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The remote control is powered by a "master" fixture via
the data connection. The Detonator master fixture is
selected by setting pins 2 and 3 of the Mode DIP switch
to ON. Use this setting to operate a single fixture with
the remote control. If multiple fixtures are connected,
set only one to be the master.
If the Detonator is connected to multiple fixtures, all
fixtures except the master shall be set as slave fixtures,
with pin 2 of the Mode DIP switch ON and pin 3 OFF.
O
P E R A T I O N
I
N T E N S I T Y
Flash intensity is controlled from minimum (blackout) to maximum with the
Intensity fader.
The maximum intensity is reduced in low power mode, which is selected on pin 6
of the Mode DIP switch.
F
L A S H R A T E
Flash rate is controlled from 0 to 25 flashes per second on 50 Hz power supplies,
or 0 to 30 flashes per second on 60 Hz power supplies, with the flash rate fader.
The Run/Stop button toggles continuous flashing on and off. The indicator diode
is green when running and red when stopped.
C
H A S E
The Chase/Sync button toggles between staggered and simultaneous flashing of
multiple fixtures. The indicator diode blinks in chase mode and remains on in
Sync mode.
B
L I N D E R E F F E C T
The blinder effect is controlled with the momentary Blinder Effect button. The
intensity is controlled with the Intensity fader. Lamp power is electronically
regulated to prevent the lamp from overheating.
S
I N G L E F L A S H
Single flashes can be achieved by pressing the Single Flash button with
continuous flash stopped.
The flash rate cycle can be restarted, for example to synchronize with a beat, by
pressing the Single Flash button while continuous flash is running.
Atomic 3000 user manual
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Remote controls
1
2 3 4 5
6
Detonator master
mode setting
1
2 3 4 5
6
Detonator slave
mode setting
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