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PDF Content Summary: User Manual Table of Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Before You Begin ....................................................................... 1 What Is Included ........................................................................................... 1 Unpacking Instructions.................................................................................. 1 Claims ................................................................................................................ 1 Text Conventions.......................................................................................... 1 Symbols ........................................................................................................ 1 Disclaimer ..................................................................................................... 1 Product at a Glance ...................................................................................... 2 Safety Notes.................................................................................................. 2 2. Introduction ................................................................................ 3 Product Overview.......................................................................................... 3 Product Dimensions...................................................................................... 3 3. Setup ........................................................................................... 4 DC Power...................................................................................................... 4 AC Power (Multi-Charger).................................................................................. 4 Fuse Replacement .................................................................................................. 4 Battery Power..................................................................................................... 5 Charging the Battery................................................................................................ 5 Battery Life Indicator................................................................................................ 5 Battery Run Time..................................................................................................... 5 Mounting ....................................................................................................... 6 Orientation.......................................................................................................... 6 4. Operation Rigging............................................................................................................... .................................................................................... 6 7 Control Panel Operation................................................................................ 7 Menu Map..................................................................................................... 7 Wireless DMX Linking................................................................................... 8 DMX Personality and Starting Address.............................................................. 8 Wireless DMX Configuration.............................................................................. 8 DMX Channel Assignments and Values....................................................... 9 12CH.................................................................................................................. 9 8-CH................................................................................................................... 10 6-CH................................................................................................................... 10 Configuration (Standalone)........................................................................... 10 Automatic Programs........................................................................................... 10 Auto-Program Speed ......................................................................................... 10 Sound-Active Mode............................................................................................ 11 Sound-Sensitivity ............................................................................................... 11 Preset Color Mode ............................................................................................. 11 Custom Color Mixing.......................................................................................... 11 IRC-6 Infrared Remote Control..................................................................... 12 IRC-6 Operation................................................................................................. 12 Master/Slave Mode....................................................................................... 13 5. Maintenance................................................................................ 14 Product Maintenance.................................................................................... 14 6. Technical Specifications ........................................................... 15 Returns............................................................................................ 16 Contact Us ...................................................................................... 17 Freedom H1 User Manual Rev. 1 Page 1 of 17 Freedom H1 User Manual Rev. 1 Before You Begin 1. Before You Begin What Is Included

• 4x Freedom H1 • 4x Diffusers • Multi-Charger • Carry Bag • Warranty Card • Quick Reference Guide

• IRC-6 Unpacking Instructions Carefully unpack the product immediately and check the container to make sure all the parts are in the package and are in good condition. Claims If signs the box of mishandling, or the contents notify (the the product carrier and immediately, included accessories) not Chauvet. appear Failure damaged to report damage from shipping, to the carrier or show immediately may invalidate your claim. In addition, keep the box and contents for inspection. For other issues, such as missing components or parts, damage not related to shipping, or concealed damage, file a claim with Chauvet within 7 days of delivery. Text Conventions Symbols Disclaimer Chauvet Chauvet assumes believes that no responsibility the information and contained specifically in this disclaims manual any is accurate and all liability in all respects. to any party However, for any loss, damage or disruption caused by any errors or omissions in this document, whether such errors or omissions content of this result document from negligence, without any accident obligation or any to notify other any cause. person Chauvet or company reserves of the such right revision, to revise however, the Chauvet has no obligation to make, and does not commit to make, any such revisions. Download the latest version from chauvetdj.com. The are owned works of by authorship Chauvet. contained in this manual, including, but not limited to, all design, text and images © Copyright 2018 Chauvet & Sons, LLC. All rights reserved. Electronically published by Chauvet in the United States of America. CHAUVET, the Chauvet logo, and Freedom H1 are registered trademarks or trademarks of Chauvet & Sons LLC (d/b/a Chauvet and Chauvet Lighting) in the United States and other countries. Other company and product names and logos referred to herein may be trademarks of their respective companies. Convention Meaning 1–512 A range of values 50/60 A set of values of which only one can be chosen Settings A menu option not to be modified <ENTER> A key to be pressed on the product’s control panel ON A value to be entered or selected Symbol Meaning Electrical warning. Not following these instructions may cause electrical damage to the product, accessories, or the user. Critical installation, configuration, or operation information. Not following these instructions harm to the may operator. make the product not work, cause damage to the product, or cause Important installation or configuration information. The product may not function correctly if this information is not used. Useful information.

Page 2 of 17 Product at a Glance Freedom H1 User Manual Rev. 1

Use on Dimmer 0 Auto Programs * Outdoor Use 0 Auto-ranging Power Supply * Sound-Active * Replaceable Fuse * DMX * User-Serviceable 0 Master/Slave * Safety Notes • Always connect the product to a grounded circuit to avoid the risk of electrocution. • Always disconnect the product from the power source before cleaning or replacing the fuse. • Avoid direct eye exposure to the light source while the product is on. • Make sure the power cord is not crimped or damaged. • Never disconnect the product from power cord by pulling or tugging on the cord. • If mounting the product overhead, always secure to a fastening device using a safety cable. • Make sure there are no flammable materials close to the product when operating. • Do not touch the product’s housing when operating because it may be very hot. • Do not charge the battery of the product in a closed case or container. • Always make sure that the voltage of the outlet to which you are connecting the product is within the range stated on the decal or rear panel of the product. • The product product to rain is for or moisture. indoor use only! (IP20) To prevent risk of fire or shock, do not expose the • Always install the product in a location with adequate ventilation, at least 20 in (50 cm) from adjacent surfaces. • Be sure that no ventilation slots on the product’s housing are blocked. • Never connect the product to a dimmer. • Make sure to replace the fuse with another of the same type and rating. • Never mounting carry bracket. the product from the power cord or any moving part. Always use the hanging/ • The maximum ambient temperature (Ta) is 104 °F (40 °C). Do not operate the product at higher temperatures. • In the event of a serious operating problem, stop using the product immediately. • Never try to repair the product. Repairs carried out by unskilled people can lead to damage or malfunction. Please contact the nearest authorized technical assistance center. • To completely eliminate disconnect unnecessary the wear product and from improve power its via lifespan, breaker during or by periods unplugging of non-use it. Keep this User Manual for future use. If you sell the product to someone else, be sure that they also receive this document. Before You Begin Page 3 of 17 Freedom H1 User Manual Rev. 1 Introduction 2. Introduction Product Overview

Menu Buttons Power Switch Product Dimensions 3 in 75 mm 8.5 in 139 mm 3.8 in 97 mm Lens LED Display DC Power In IR Sensor Page 4 of 17 Freedom H1 User Manual Rev. 1

3. Setup DC Power The Freedom H1 comes with an external Multi-Charger that can charge the batteries of up to 4 Freedom H1 products at the same time. AC Power (Multi-Charger) The Freedom H1 Multi-Charger is an auto-ranging power supply and it can work with an input voltage range outlet, of and 100 wiring), to 240 use VAC, the 50/60 current Hz. value To determine listed on the the product’s label affixed power to the requirements product’s back (circuit panel, breaker, or refer power to the product’s specifications chart. The listed current rating indicates the product’s average current draw under normal conditions. • Always connect the product to a protected circuit (a circuit breaker or fuse). Make electrocution sure the or product fire. has an appropriate electrical ground to avoid the risk of • To eliminate unnecessary wear and improve its lifespan, during periods of non- use completely disconnect the product from power via breaker or by unplugging it. Never connect the product to a rheostat (variable resistor) or dimmer circuit, even if the rheostat or dimmer channel serves only as a 0 to 100% switch. Fuse Replacement 1. Wedge the tip of a flat-head screwdriver into the slot of the fuse holder. 2. Pry the fuse holder out of the housing. 3. Remove the blown fuse from the holder and replace with a fuse of the exact same type and rating. 4. Insert the fuse holder back in place and reconnect power. Disconnect the Multi-Charger from the power outlet before replacing the fuse. AC Power In DC Power Out (x4) Fuse Holder

Spare fuse holder (inside safety cap) Setup Installed fuse (held by plastic clip) Safety cap

Page 5 of 17 Freedom H1 User Manual Rev. 1 Setup Battery Power The Freedom H1 comes with a rechargeable lithium battery for cable-free operation. Charging the Battery The battery charges whenever the product is plugged into the Multi-Charger and the Multi-Charger is plugged into a power source. If the product is plugged in and not in operation, make sure the On/Off switch is in the Off position. Do not charge the battery of the product in a closed case or container. Battery Life Indicator The provides indicators a key on to the reading LED the Menu battery Display life show indicators. how much battery life remains available. The drawing below 100% 75% 50% 25% Battery Run Time Maximum Run Time (all colors on) Recharge Time Up to 8 hours 7 hours Page 6 of 17 Freedom H1 User Manual Rev. 1

Mounting Before mounting the product, read and follow the safety recommendations indicated in the Safety Notes. Orientation The Freedom H1 may be mounted in any position; however, make sure adequate ventilation is provided around the product. Rigging • Before deciding on a location, always make sure there is easy access to the product for maintenance and programming purposes. • Make sure adequate ventilation is provided around the product. • Make sure that the structure or surface onto which you are mounting the product can support the product’s weight. (see the Technical Specifications) • When mounting the product overhead, always use a safety cable. Mount the product securely to a rigging point, whether an elevated platform or a truss. • When rigging the product onto a truss, use a mounting clamp of appropriate weight capacity. • When power linking multiple products, mount the products close enough for power linking cables to reach. • The bracket adjustment knob allows for directional adjustment when aiming the product to the desired angle. Only loosen or tighten the bracket knob manually. Using tools could damage the knob. Mounting Diagram Safety Cable

Mounting Clamp Kensington Security Slot Mounting Bracket

Bracket Adjustment Knob Setup Page 7 of 17 Freedom H1 User Manual Rev. 1 Operation 4. Operation Control Panel Operation To access the control panel functions, use the four buttons located underneath the display. Please refer to the Product Overview to see the button locations on the control panel. Button Function <MENU> Press to find an operation mode or to back out of the current menu option <UP> Press to scroll up the list of options or to find a higher value <DOWN> Press to scroll down the list of options or to find a lower value <ENTER> Press to activate a menu option or a selected value Menu Map Mode Programming Levels Description DMX Mode 6-CH 8-CH 12CH d 1–512 Sets DMX personality and starting address Preset Colors C-- C 1–63 Selects a preset static color Automatic Programs P-- P 1–4 Automatic programs Auto Speed S-- S 1–100 Program speed for P 1–4 Sound-Active Mode Snd Snd Sound-active programs Sensitivity Sound SenS u 1–100 Adjusts the sound sensitivity Color Custom Mixing U-- r 0–255 g 0–255 b 0–255 A 0–255 Adjusts white, and the UV red, levels green, to blue, create amber, custom colors W 0–255 P 0–255 Dimmer Mode dIM OFF dIM1 Sets the dimmer curve: dIM1 (fast) to dIM2 dIM3 (slow), or oFF dIM3 Infrared Mode SEt ON OFF Turns infrared on or off Wireless DMX S-tr drCH dtCH dr 1–16 dt 1–16 Turns transmitter on wireless or receiver DMX channel and sets

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Wireless DMX Linking The Freedom H1 works with a DMX controller in Wireless DMX mode. In wireless DMX mode a lighting control board or D-Fi product must send wireless DMX signals to the products. Information about DMX is in the CHAUVET DMX Primer, which is available from the Chauvet website chauvetlighting.com/ downloads/DMX_Primer_rev05_WO.pdf. DMX Personality and Starting Address When selecting a starting DMX address, always consider the number of DMX channels the selected DMX mode uses. If you choose a starting address that is too high, you could restrict the access to some of the product’s channels. The Freedom H1 uses up to 12 DMX channels, which defines the highest configurable address as 501. If you are not familiar with the DMX protocol, download the DMX Primer from chauvetdj.com. To select the starting address, do the following: 1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until 6-CH, 8-CH, or 12CH shows on the display. 2. Press <ENTER>. 3. Use <UP> or <DOWN> to select the starting address, from d 1–512. 4. Press <ENTER>. Wireless DMX Configuration The Freedom H1 offers wireless control of 2 or more products with a single DMX controller. To set up the D-Fi 2.4 GHz transceiver, follow the instructions below. For the transmitting product: 1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until S-tr shows on the display. 2. Press <ENTER>. 3. Use <UP> or <DOWN> to select dtCH. 4. Press <ENTER>. 5. Use <UP> or <DOWN> to select the D-Fi channel, from dt 1–16. 6. Press <ENTER>. For the receiving product(s): 1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until S-tr shows on the display. 2. Press <ENTER>. 3. Use <UP> or <DOWN> to select drCH. 4. Press <ENTER>. 5. Use <UP> or <DOWN> to select the D-Fi channel, from dr 1–16. The channel number should match the channel number of the transmitting product or controller. 6. Press <ENTER>. Caution: D-Fi 2.4 GHz operation can be interrupted or inhibited by obstructions between the transmitter and receiver such as structures or people. For best results, keep the line of sight clear. • The Freedom H1 is fully compatible with the D-Fi 2.4 GHz wireless transceiver (transmitter/receiver) from Chauvet (sold separately). For more detailed information about D-Fi 2.4 GHz functionality, refer to the D-Fi 2.4 GHz User Manual available at the Chauvet website chauvetdj.com. • Ensure that all linked products are configured to the same DMX personality. Operation Page 9 of 17 Freedom H1 User Manual Rev. 1 Operation DMX Channel Assignments and Values 12CH Channel Function Value Percent/Setting 1 Dimmer 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 2 Red 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 3 Green 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 4 Blue 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 5 Amber 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 6 White 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 7 Ultraviolet 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 8 Strobe 000 ⬄ 010 No function 011 ⬄ 255 Strobe, slow to fast 9 Color Macro 000 ⬄ 010 No function 011 ⬄ 030 R: 100% G: 0–100% B: 0% A: 0% 031 ⬄ 050 R: 100–0% G: 100% B: 0% A: 0% 051 ⬄ 070 R: 0% G: 100% B: 0–100% A: 0% 071 ⬄ 090 R: 0% G: 100–0% B: 100% A: 0% 091 ⬄ 110 R: 0–100% G: 0% B: 100% A: 0% 111 ⬄ 130 R: 100% G: 0% B: 100–0% A: 0% 131 ⬄ 150 R: 100% G: 0–100% B: 0–100% A: 0% 151 ⬄ 170 R: 100–0% G: 100–0% B: 100% A: 0% 171 ⬄ 200 R: 100% G: 100% B: 100% A: 100% 201 ⬄ 205 Color 1 206 ⬄ 210 Color 2 211 ⬄ 215 Color 3 216 ⬄ 220 Color 4 221 ⬄ 225 Color 5 226 ⬄ 230 Color 6 231 ⬄ 235 Color 7 236 ⬄ 240 Color 8 241 ⬄ 245 Color 9 246 ⬄ 250 Color 10 251 ⬄ 255 Color 11 10 Auto/Sound-Active Programs 000 ⬄ 010 No function 011 ⬄ 060 Auto program 1 061 ⬄ 120 Auto program 2 121 ⬄ 180 Auto program 3 181 ⬄ 240 Auto program 4 241 ⬄ 255 Sound-active program 11 Auto is 011 Speed ⬄ 240) (when CH 10 000 ⬄ 255 Auto program speed, slow to fast Sound CH 10 is Sensitivity 241 ⬄ 255) (when 000 011 ⬄ ⬄ 010 255 Sound-sensitivity Sound sensitivity, off low to high 12 Dimmer Speed Mode 000 ⬄ 051 Preset dimmer speed from display menu 052 ⬄ 101 Dimmer speed mode off 102 ⬄ 152 Dimmer speed mode 1 (fast) 153 ⬄ 203 Dimmer speed mode 2 (medium) 204 ⬄ 255 Dimmer speed mode 3 (slow) Page 10 of 17 8-CH Channel Function Value Percent/Setting 1 Dimmer 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 2 Red 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 3 Green 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 4 Blue 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 5 Amber 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 6 White 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 7 Ultraviolet 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 8 Strobe 000 ⬄ 010 No function 011 ⬄ 255 Strobe, slow to fast 6-CH Channel Function Value Percent/Setting 1 Red 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 2 Green 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 3 Blue 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 4 Amber 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 5 White 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% 6 Ultraviolet 000 ⬄ 255 0–100% Configuration (Standalone) Set the product in one of the standalone modes to control without a DMX controller. Never connect a product that is operating in any standalone mode to a DMX string connected to a DMX controller. Products in standalone mode may transmit DMX signals that could interfere with the DMX signals from the controller. Automatic Programs To run the Freedom H1 in automatic mode, follow the instructions below: 1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until P-- shows on the display. 2. Press <ENTER>. 3. Use <UP> or <DOWN> to select an automatic program, from P 1–4. 4. Press <ENTER>. Auto-Program Speed To change the auto-program speed on the Freedom H1, do the following: 1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until S-- shows on the display. 2. Use <UP> or <DOWN> to increase or decrease the program speed, from S 1–100. 3. Press <ENTER>. The product will return to the last selected mode. Operation Freedom H1 User Manual Rev. 1 Page 11 of 17 Freedom H1 User Manual Rev. 1 Operation Sound-Active Mode To run the Freedom H1 in sound-active mode, follow the instructions below: 1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until Snd shows on the display. 2. Press <ENTER>. The product will only respond to low frequencies of music (bass and drums). Sound-Sensitivity To set the sound sensitivity on the Freedom H1, do the following: 1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until SenS shows on the display. 2. Use <UP> or <DOWN> to increase or decrease the program speed, from u 1–100. 3. Press <ENTER>. The product will return to the last selected mode. Preset Color Mode To run the Freedom H1 on a static color, follow the instructions below: 1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until C-- shows on the display. 2. Press <ENTER>. 3. Use <UP> or <DOWN> to select a static color, from C 1–63. 4. Press <ENTER>. Custom Color Mixing To custom mix a static color, do the following: 1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until U-- shows on the display. 2. Press <ENTER>. and one of the following will appear: • r_ _ _ (red) • g_ _ _ (green) • b_ _ _ (blue) • A_ _ _ (amber) • W_ _ _ (white) • P_ _ _ (UV) 3. Press <ENTER> to cycle through the color settings. 4. When the desired color shows on the display, use <UP> or <DOWN> to increase or decrease the color value, from 0–255. 5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until the product outputs as desired.

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IRC-6 Infrared Remote Control The Freedom H1 is compatible with the IRC-6 infrared remote control from Chauvet. To activate IR mode, follow the instructions below: 1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until SEt shows on the display. 2. Press <ENTER> to accept. 3. Press <UP> or <DOWN> to select ON or OFF. 4. Press <ENTER>. IRC-6 Operation Automatic Mode Automatic mode will enable you to run the automatic programs on the product. To turn on Automatic mode: 1. Press <AUTO> on the IRC-6. 2. Press <+> or <–> to choose between the different auto programs. To select only fading programs: 1. Press <FADE> on the IRC-6. 2. Press <+> or <–> to choose between the different fading programs. To adjust the speed of the automatic program: 1. Press <SPEED> on the IRC-6. 2. Press <+> or <–> to increase or decrease the speed of the program. Sound-Active Mode Sound-Active mode will enable the product to respond to the music. To turn on Sound-Active mode: 1. Press <SOUND> on the IRC-6. 2. Press <+> or <–> to select a sound-active program. To adjust the sound sensitivity: 1. Press <SENSITIVITY> on the IRC-6. 2. Press <+> or <–> to increase or decrease the sensitivity. Manual Color Control To select a preset static color with the IRC-6: 1. Press <1>–<9> on the IRC-6. To custom-mix a color with the IRC-6: 1. Press <MANUAL> on the IRC-6, or skip to step 2. 2. Select the color to be edited, from <R> (red), <G> (green), <B> (blue), <A> (amber), <UV/P> (UV), or <W>. (white). 3. Press <+> or <–> to increase or decrease the value of the selected color. 4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until the product outputs as desired. Strobe To adjust the strobe rate: 1. Press <STROBE> on the IRC-6. 2. Press <+> or <–> to increase or decrease the strobe rate. 3. Press <STROBE> again to turn off the strobe. Dimmer To adjust the total output with the IRC-6: 1. Press <%> on the IRC-6. 2. Press <+> or <–> to increase or decrease the output level. Black Out To black out the lights: 1. Press <BLACK OUT> on the IRC-6. This will turn off all the lights until the button is pressed again. NOTE: The IRC-6 will not respond to any inputs when Black Out is activated. If the remote does not respond when a button is pressed, try pressing <BLACK OUT>. You may have inadvertently activated Black Out. Operation Page 13 of 17 Freedom H1 User Manual Rev. 1 Operation Master/Slave Mode The Master/Slave mode allows a single Freedom H1 product (the “master”) to control the actions of one or more Freedom H1 products (the “slaves”) without the need of a DMX controller or DMX cables. The master (transmitter) product will be set to operate in either Stand-Alone mode or with the IRC-6, while the slave (receiver) products will be set to operate in Slave mode. Once set and connected, the slave products will operate in unison with the master product. Configure the products as indicated below. Slave products: 1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until S-tr shows on the display. 2. Press <ENTER>. 3. Use <UP> or <DOWN> to select drCH. 4. Press <ENTER>. 5. Use <UP> or <DOWN> to select the receiving D-Fi channel, from dr 1–16. 6. Press <ENTER>. 7. Finish setting all the slave products. Master product: 1. Press <MENU> repeatedly until S-tr shows on the display. 2. Press <ENTER>. 3. Use <UP> or <DOWN> to select dtCH. 4. Press <ENTER>. 5. Use <UP> or <DOWN> to select the transmitting D-Fi channel on which the slave products are receiving, from dt 1–16. 6. Press <ENTER>. 7. Set the master product to operate in Stand-Alone mode or with the IRC-6. • Configure all the slave products before connecting the master to the daisy chain. • Never connect a DMX controller to a DMX string configured for Master/Slave operation because the controller may interfere with the signals from the master.

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5. Maintenance Product Maintenance Dust build-up reduces light output performance and can cause overheating. This can lead to reduction of the light source’s life and/or mechanical wear. To maintain optimum performance and minimize wear, clean your lighting products at least twice a month. However, be aware that usage and environmental conditions could be contributing factors to increase the cleaning frequency. To clean the product, follow the instructions below: 1. Unplug the product from power. 2. Wait until the product is at room temperature. 3. Use a vacuum (or dry compressed air) and a soft brush to remove dust collected on the external surface/vents. 4. Clean all transparent surfaces with a mild soap solution, ammonia-free glass cleaner, or isopropyl alcohol. 5. Apply the solution directly to a soft, lint free cotton cloth or a lens cleaning tissue. 6. Softly drag any dirt or grime to the outside of the transparent surface. 7. Gently polish the transparent surfaces until they are free of haze and lint. Always dry the transparent surfaces carefully after cleaning them. Maintenance Page 15 of 17 Freedom H1 User Manual Rev. 1 Technical Specifications 6. Technical Specifications Dimensions and Weight Note: Dimensions in inches rounded to the nearest decimal digit. Power Light Source Photometrics Thermal DMX OrderingLength Width Height Weight 3.8 in (97 mm) 3 in (75 mm) 5.5 in (139 mm) 1.4 lb (0.7 kg) Power Supply Type Range Voltage Selection Input Voltage Switching (external) 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz Auto-ranging 8.4 VDC, 1.35 A Parameter 120 V, 60 Hz 230 V, 50 Hz Consumption 35 W 35 W Operating Current 0.05 A 0.03 A Fuse F 1 A, 250 V F 1 A, 250 V Power I/O U.S./Worldwide UK/Europe Power input connector IEC IEC Power Cord plug Edison (U.S.) Local Plug Type Color Quantity Power Current Lifespan LED Hex-color RGBAW+UV 1 10 W 3 A 50,000 hours Strobe Rate Beam Angle Field Angle Illuminance @ 5 m (w/ filter) Illuminance @ 5 m (w/o filter) 0 to 25 Hz 21° 32° 268 lux 314 lux Maximum External Temperature Cooling System 104 °F (40 °C) Convection I/O Connector Channel Range Wireless 6, 8 or 12 Product Name Item Code UPC Number Freedom H1 03031422 781462217709 Page 16 of 17 Returns In case you need to get support or return a product: • If you are located in the U.S., contact Chauvet World Headquarters. • If you are located in the UK or Ireland, contact Chauvet Europe Ltd. • If you are located in Mexico, contact Chauvet Mexico. • If you are located in Benelux, contact Chauvet Europe BVBA. • If you are located in any other country, DO NOT contact Chauvet. Instead, contact your local distributor. See chauvetdj.com for distributors outside the U.S., UK, Ireland, Mexico, or Benelux. If you are located outside the U.S., UK, Ireland, Mexico, or Benelux, contact your distributor them. Visit of our record website and chauvetdj.com follow their instructions for contact on how details. to return Chauvet products to Call the corresponding Chauvet Technical Support office and request a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) a brief description number before of the shipping cause the for the product. return. Be prepared to provide the model number, serial number, and To submit a service request online, go to chauvetdj.com/service-request. Send the merchandise prepaid, in its original box, and with its original packing and accessories. Chauvet will not issue call tags. Clearly label the package with the RMA number. Chauvet will refuse any product returned without an RMA number. Write directly the on RMA the number box. on a properly affixed label. DO NOT write the RMA number Before the box: sending the product, clearly write the following information on a piece of paper and place it inside • Your name • Your address • Your phone number • RMA number • A brief description of the problem Be sure to pack the product properly. Any shipping damage resulting from inadequate packaging will be your responsibility. FedEx packing or double-boxing are recommended. Chauvet product(s). reserves the right to use its own discretion to repair or replace returned Returns Freedom H1 User Manual Rev. 1 Page 17 of 17 Freedom H1 User Manual Rev. 1 Contact Us Contact Us World Headquarters General Information Technical Support Address: 5200 NW 108th Ave. Sunrise, FL 33351 Voice: (954) 577-4455 Outside the U.S., United Kingdom, Ireland, Mexico or Benelux, contact the dealer of record. Follow the instructions to request support or to return a product. Visit our website for contact details. Voice: (844) 393-7575 Fax: (954) 756-8015 Email: chauvetcs@chauvetlighting.com Fax: (954) 929-5560 Website Toll Free: (800) 762-1084 chauvetdj.com EUROPEGeneral Information Technical Support Address: Stokstraat 18 Email: eutech@chauvetlighting.eu 9770 Kruishoutem Website Belgium chauvetdj.eu Voice: +32 9 388 93 97 General Information Technical Support Address: Unit 1C Email: uktech@chauvetlighting.com Brookhill Road Industrial Estate Pinxton, Nottingham, UK Website NG16 6NT chauvetdj.eu Voice: +44 (0) 1773 511115 Fax: +44 (0) 1773 511110 MEXICOGeneral Information Technical Support Address: Av. de las Partidas 34 - 3B Email: servicio@chauvet.com.mx (Entrance by Calle 2) Zona Industrial Lerma Lerma, México, C.P. 52000 Website Voice: +52 (728) 690-2010 chauvetdj.mx


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