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PDF Content Summary: ARTISTE DAVINCITM user manual ©2018 ELATION PROFESSIONAL all rights reserved. Information, specifications, diagrams, images, and instructions herein are subject to change without notice. ELATION PROFESSIONAL logo and identifying product names and numbers herein are trademarks of ELATION PROFESSIONAL. Copyright protection claimed includes all forms and matters of copyrightable materials and information now allowed by statutory or judicial law or hereinafter granted. Product names used in this document may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies and are hereby acknowledged. All non-ELATION brands and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. ELATION PROFESSIONAL and all affiliated companies hereby disclaim any and all liabilities for property, equipment, building, and electrical damages, injuries to any persons, and direct or indirect economic loss associated with the use or reliance of any information contained within this document, and/or as a result of the improper, unsafe, insufficient and negligent assembly, installation, rigging, and operation of this product. Elation Professional USA | 6122 S. Eastern Ave. | Los Angeles, CA. 90040 323-582-3322 | 323-832-9142 fax | elationlighting.com | info@elationlighting.com Elation Professional B.V. | Junostraat 2 | 6468 EW Kerkrade, The Netherlands +31 45 546 85 66 | +31 45 546 85 96 fax | elationlighting.eu | info@elationlighting.eu Elation Professional Mexico | AV Santa Ana 30 | Parque Industrial Lerma, Lerma, Mexico 52000 +52 (728) 282-7070 DOCUMENT VERSION Due to additional product features and/or enhancements, an updated version of this document may be available online. Please check elationlighting.com for the latest revision/update of this manual, before beginning installation and/or programming. Date Document Version Software Version ≥ DMX Channel Modes Notes 02/09/17 1 1.2.0 26 / 28 / 40 Initial release. 02/20/17 1.2 1.2.1 26 / 28 / 40 Updated Service Setting and Fans Control menu items. Updated dimensional drawings. Added Color & Gobo section. 02/22/17 1.3 N/C NO CHANGE Added E-FLY Wireless DMX Section. 09/20/17 1.4 1.2.4 NO CHANGE Added ArtNet 4 support, Silent Fan Mode, USB Software Update, and multiple System Menu edits. 12/03/18 1.6 N/C NO CHANGE Updated release. 2 CONTENTS General Information 4 Limited Warranty (USA Only) 5 Safety Guidelines 6 Maintenance Guidelines 7 Fixture Overview 8 Fixture Installation 9 System Menu 13 E-FLY Wireless DMX Set Up 22 DMX Channel Functions And Values 24 Error Codes 30 Specifications 33 Optional Accessories 35 3 GENERAL INFORMATION INTRODUCTION Please read and understand the instructions in this manual carefully and thoroughly before attempting to operate this device. These instructions contain important safety and use information. UNPACKING Every device has been thoroughly tested and has been shipped in perfect operating condition. Carefully check the shipping carton for damage that may have occurred during shipping. If the carton is damaged, carefully inspect the device for damage, and be sure all accessories necessary to install and operate the device have arrived intact. In the event damage has been found or parts are missing, please contact our customer support team for further instructions. Please do not return this device to your dealer without first contacting customer support. Please do not discard the shipping carton in the trash. Please recycle whenever possible. BOX CONTENTS powerCON TRUE1 Cable Safety Cable Omega Brackets (x2) CUSTOMER SUPPORT Contact ELATION Service for any product related service and support needs. Also visit forums.elationlighting.com with questions, comments or suggestions. ELATION SERVICE USA - Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm PST 323-582-3322 | Fax 323-832-9142 | support@elationlighting.com ELATION SERVICE EUROPE - Monday - Friday 08:30 to 17:00 CET +31 45 546 85 63 | Fax +31 45 546 85 96 | support@elationlighting.eu REPLACEMENT PARTS please visit parts.elationlighting.com I M P O R T A N T N O T I C E ! THERE ARE NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE THIS UNIT. DO NOT ATTEMPT ANY REPAIRS YOURSELF; DOING SO WILL VOID YOUR MANUFACTURES WARRANTY. DAMAGES RESULTING FROM MODIFICATIONS TO THIS FIXTURE AND/OR THE DISREGARD OF SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND GUIDELINES IN THIS MANUAL VOID THE MANUFACTURES WARRANTY AND ARE NOT SUBJECT TO ANY WARRANTY CLAIMS AND/OR REPAIRS. 4 LIMITED WARRANTY (USA ONLY) A. Elation Professional hereby warrants, to the original purchaser, Elation Professional products to be free of manufacturing defects in material and workmanship for a period of two years (730 days), and Elation Professional product rechargeable batteries to be free of manufacturing defects in material and workmanship for a period of six months (180 days), from the original date of purchase. This warranty excludes discharge lamps and all product accessories. This warranty shall be valid only if the product is purchased within the United States of America, including possessions and territories. It is the owner’s responsibility to establish the date and place of purchase by acceptable evidence, at the time service is sought. B. For warranty service, send the product only to the Elation Professional factory. All shipping charges must be pre-paid. If the requested repairs or service (including parts replacement) are within the terms of this warranty, Elation Professional will pay return shipping charges only to a designated point within the United States. If any product is sent, it must be shipped in its original package and packaging material. No accessories should be shipped with the product. If any accessories are shipped with the product, Elation Professional shall have no liability what so ever for loss and/or or damage to any such accessories, nor for the safe return thereof. C. This warranty is void if the product serial number and/or labels are altered or removed; if the product is modified in any manner which Elation Professional concludes, after inspection, affects the reliability of the product; if the product has been repaired or serviced by anyone other than the Elation Professional factory unless prior written authorization was issued to purchaser by Elation Professional; if the product is damaged because not properly maintained as set forth in the product instructions, guidelines and/or user manual. D. This is not a service contract, and this warranty does not include any maintenance, cleaning or periodic check-up. During the periods as specified above, Elation Professional will replace defective parts at its expense, and will absorb all expenses for warranty service and repair labor by reason of defects in material or workmanship. The sole responsibility of Elation Professional under this warranty shall be limited to the repair of the product, or replacement thereof, including parts, at the sole discretion of Elation Professional. All products covered by this warranty were manufactured after January 1, 1990, and bare identifying marks to that effect. E. Elation Professional reserves the right to make changes in design and/or performance improvements upon its products without any obligation to include these changes in any products theretofore manufactured. F. No warranty, whether expressed or implied, is given or made with respect to any accessory supplied with the products described above. Except to the extent prohibited by applicable law, all implied warranties made by Elation Professional in connection with this product, including warranties of merchantability or fitness, are limited in duration to the warranty periods set forth above. And no warranties, whether expressed or implied, including warranties of merchantability or fitness, shall apply to this product after said periods have expired. The consumer’s and/or dealer’s sole remedy shall be such repair or replacement as is expressly provided above; and under no circumstances shall Elation Professional be liable for any loss and/or damage, direct and/or consequential, arising out of the use of, and/or the inability to use, this product. G. This warranty is the only written warranty applicable to Elation Professional products and supersedes all prior warranties and written descriptions of warranty terms and conditions heretofore published. WARRANTY RETURNS All returned service items whether under warranty or not, must be freight pre-paid and accompany a return authorization (R.A.) number. The R.A. number must be clearly written on the outside of the return package. A brief description of the problem as well as the R.A. number must also be written down on a piece of paper and included in the shipping container. If the unit is under warranty, you must provide a copy of your proof of purchase invoice. Items returned without a R.A. number clearly marked on the outside of the package will be refused and returned at customer’s expense. You may obtain a R.A. number by contacting customer support. ONLY Use the original packaging and materials to transport the fixture in for service. 5 SAFETY GUIDELINES This fixture is an extremely sophisticated piece of electronic equipment. To guarantee a smooth operation, it is important to follow all instructions and guidelines in this manual. The manufacturer of this device is not responsible for injury and/or damages resulting from the misuse of this fixture due to the disregard of the information printed in this manual. Only qualified and/or certified personnel should perform installation of this fixture and only the original rigging parts (omega brackets) included with this fixture should be used for installation. Any modifications to the fixture and/or the mounting hardware included will void the original manufactures warranty and increase the risk of damage and/or personal injury. DO NOT TOUCH the fixture housing during operation. Turn OFF the power and allow approximately 15 minutes for the fixture to cool down before serving. DO NOT shake fixture, avoid brute force when installing and/or operating fixture. DO NOT operate fixture if the power cord has become frayed, crimped, damaged and/or if any of the power cord connectors are damaged and do not insert into the fixture securely with ease. NEVER force a power cord connector into the fixture. If the power cord or any of its connectors are damaged, replace it immediately with a new one of similar power rating. DO NOT block air ventilation slots. All air/fan inlets must remain clean and never blocked. Allow approx. 6” (15cm) between fixture and other devices or a wall for proper cooling. When installing fixture in a suspended environment, always use mounting hardware that is no less than M10 x 25 mm, and always install fixture with an appropriately rated safety cable. Always disconnect fixture from main power source before performing any type of service and/or cleaning procedure. Only handle the power cord by the plug end, never pull out the plug by tugging the wire portion of the cord. During the initial operation of this fixture, a light smoke or smell may emit from the interior of the fixture. This is a normal process and is caused by excess paint in the interior of the casing burning off from the heat associated with the lamp and will decrease gradually over time. Consistent operational breaks will ensure fixture will function properly for many years. PROTECTION CLASS 1 - FIXTURE MUST BE PROPERLY GROUNDED DO NOT PLUG FIXTURE INTO A DIMMER PACK! NEVER OPEN THIS FIXTURE WHILE IN USE! UNPLUG POWER BEFORE SERVICING FIXTURE! NEVER TOUCH FIXTURE DURING OPERATION, AS IT MAY BE HOT! KEEP FLAMMABLE MATERIALS AWAY FROM FIXTURE! NEVER LOOK DIRECTLY INTO THE LIGHT SOURCE! RETINA INJURY RISK - MAY INDUCE BLINDNESS! SENSITIVE PERSONS MAY SUFFER AN EPILEPTIC SHOCK! 6 MAINTENANCE GUIDELINES DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE PERFORMING ANY MAINTENANCE! CLEANING Frequent cleaning is recommended to insure proper function, optimized light output, and an extended life. The frequency of cleaning depends on the environment in which the fixture operates: damp, smoky or particularly dirty environments can cause greater accumulation of dirt on the fixture’s optics. Clean the external lens surface at least every 20 days with a soft cloth to avoid dirt/debris accumulation. NEVER use alcohol, solvents, or ammonia-based cleaners. MAINTENANCE Regular inspections are recommended to insure proper function and extended life. There are no user serviceable parts inside this fixture, please refer all other service issues to an authorized Elation service technician. Should you need any spare parts, please order genuine parts from your local Elation dealer. Please refer to the following points during routine inspections: A detailed electric check by an approved electrical engineer every three months, to make sure the circuit contacts are in good condition and prevent overheating. Be sure all screws and fasteners are securely tightened at all times. Lose screws may fall out during normal operation resulting in damage or injury as larger parts could fall. Check for any deformations on the housing, color lenses, rigging hardware and rigging points (ceiling, suspension, trussing). Deformations in the housing could allow for dust to enter into the fixture. Damaged rigging points or unsecured rigging could cause the fixture to fall and seriously injure a person(s). Electric power supply cables must not show any damage, material fatigue or sediments. NEVER remove the ground prong from the power cable. 7 FIXTURE OVERVIEW 8 1. LED Lens Array 2. Wireless Indicator 3. LCD Menu Function Display 4. MODE/ESC Button 5. LEFT Button 6. DOWN Button 7. ENTER Button 8. UP Button 9. RIGHT Button 10. RJ45 Ethernet IN 11. RJ45 Ethernet OUT 12. 5pin DMX IN 13. 5pin DMX OUT 14. powerCON TRUE1 OUT 15. Fuse 16. powerCON TRUE1 IN FIXTURE INSTALLATION FLAMMABLE MATERIAL WARNING Keep fixture minimum 5.0 feet (1.5m) away from flammable materials and/or pyrotechnics. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS A qualified electrician should be used for all electrical connections and/or installations. USE CAUTION WHEN POWER LINKING OTHER MODEL FIXTURES AS THE POWER CONSUMPTION OF OTHER MODEL FIXTURES MAY EXCEED THE MAX POWER OUTPUT ON THIS FIXTURE. CHECK SILK SCREEN FOR MAX AMPS. DO NOT INSTALL THE FIXTURE IF YOU ARE NOT QUALIFIED TO DO SO! Fixture MUST be installed following all local, national, and country commercial electrical and construction codes and regulations. Before rigging/mounting the fixture to any metal truss/structure or placing the fixture on any surface, a professional equipment installer MUST be consulted to determine if the metal truss/structure or surface is properly certified to safely hold the combined weight of the fixture, clamps, cables, and accessories. Fixture ambient operating temperature range is 14° to 113°F. (-10° to 45°C) Do not use the fixture under or above this temperature. Fixture should be installed in areas outside walking paths, seating areas, or away from areas were unauthorized personnel might reach the fixture by hand. NEVER stand directly below the fixture when rigging, removing or servicing. Overhead fixture installation must always be secured with a secondary safety attachment, such as an appropriately rated safety cable. Allow approximately 15 minutes for the fixture to cool down before serving. 9 FIXTURE INSTALLATION OMEGA BRACKETS INSTALLATION Insert the Omega Brackets into the matching holes on the bottom of the fixture. Secure the Omega Brackets to the fixture by turning each quick-lock fastener 1⁄4 turn clockwise; making sure the fastener is completely locked. CLAMP INSTALLATION When mounting fixture to truss, be sure to secure an appropriately rated professional grade rigging clamp to the included Omega Brackets using an M10 screw fitted through the center hole of the Omega Brackets. The fixture provides a built-in rigging point for a SAFETY CABLE. Be sure to only use the designated rigging point for the safety cable and never secure a safety cable to a carrying handle. 10 SAFETY CABLE RIGGING POINT FIXTURE INSTALLATION RIGGING Overhead rigging requires extensive experience, including amongst others calculating working load limits, installation material being used, and periodic safety inspection of all installation material and the fixture. If you lack these qualifications, do not attempt the installation yourself. Improper installation can result in bodily injury. Fixture is fully operational in the specific mounting positions illustrated below. ART-NET CONNECTION When connecting fixture to a network switch to control multiple devices, a Gigabit Ethernet Switch that supports IGMP (Internet Group Management Protocol) is required. Using a Gigabit Ethernet Switch that does not support IGMP can cause erratic behavior of all connected devices to the switch. Click link below for more information about IGMP. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Group_Management_Protocol 11 SAFETY CABLE ALWAYS ATTACH A SAFETY CABLE WHENEVER INSTALLING THIS FIXTURE IN A SUSPENDED ENVIRONMENT TO ENSURE THE FIXTURE WILL NOT DROP IF THE CLAMP FAILS. FIXTURE INSTALLATION POTENTIAL INTERNAL FIXTURE DAMAGE FROM EXTERNAL SOURCES OF LIGHT BEAMS External sources of light beams from direct sunlight, lighting moving head fixtures, and lasers, which are focused directly towards the exterior housing and/or penetrate the front lens opening of ELATION lighting fixtures, can cause severe internal damage including burning to optics, dichroic color filters, glass and metal gobos, prisms, animation wheels, frost filters, iris, shutters, motors, belts, wiring, discharge lamps, and LEDs. This issue is not specific only to ELATION lighting fixtures, it is a common issue with lighting fixtures from all manufacturers. Although there is no true way to fully prevent this issue from happening, the guidelines below can prevent any potential damage from occurring if followed. Contact ELATION Service for more details. DO NOT EXPOSE THE FIXTURE AND/OR FRONT LENS OPENING TO LIGHT BEAMS FROM DIRECT SUNLIGHT, OTHER LIGHTING MOVING HEAD FIXTURES, AND LASERS WHILE UNPACKING, INSTALLATION, USE, AND EXTENDED IDLE TIMES OUTDOORS. DO NOT FOCUS A LIGHT BEAM FROM ONE LIGHTING FIXTURE DIRECTLY TOWARDS ANOTHER. 12 SYSTEM MENU The fixture includes an easy to navigate system menu. The control panel (see image below) located on the front of the fixture, provides access to the main system menu and is where all necessary system adjustments are made to the fixture. During normal operation, pressing MODE/ESC button once will access the fixture’s main menu. Once in the main menu you can navigate through the different functions and access the sub-menus with the UP, DOWN, RIGHT, and LEFT buttons. Once you reach a field that requires adjusting, press the ENTER button to activate that field and use the UP and DOWN buttons to adjust the field. Pressing the ENTER button once more will confirm your setting. You may exit the main menu at any time without making any adjustments by pressing the MODE/ESC button. To access the LCD Menu Control Display via the internal battery, press and hold the MODE/ESC button for 3 seconds. The LCD Menu Control Display will shut OFF automatically about 1 minute from the last button press. 13 S Y S T E M M E N U Supports Software Versions: ≥ 1.2.0 Features are subject to change without any prior written notice. *Rotation direction (Clockwise or Counterclockwise) of effects depends on orientation of the fixture head and Pan/Tilt settings. MAIN MENU SUB MENU OPTIONS / VALUES (Default Settings in BOLD) DESCRIPTION Function Set Dmx Address A001~AXXX DMX Address Setting Dmx Value ALL...... DMX Value Display Slave Mode Slave1, Slave2, Slave3 Slave Setting Auto Program Master / Alone Auto Program Information Current Time XXXX (Hours) Fixture Run Time From Power ON Total Run Time XXXX (Hours) Fixture Total Run Time Last Run Time XXXX (Hours) Fixture Last Run Time LastRun Password Password=038 (PSWD Required) Clear Last Run ON / OFF Clear Fixture Last Run Time Temperature Info Head Temperature XXX C° / F ° Base Temperature XXX C° / F ° Temperature in Fixture Head Temperature in Fixture Base Ethernet IP XXX . XXX . XXX . XXX XXX . XXX . XXX . XXX Displays Fixture Ethernet Address Fan Speed Head4UFan1 / 2, BaseFan1 / 2 RPM Speeds of Head/Base Fans Software Version 1U01: - 7U01: ≥V1.2.0 Software Version Error Info Error Record 1 ~ Error Record 10 Fixture Last 10 Error Codes Personality Time Information Address via DMX ON/OFF Address Via DMX No DMX Status Close Shutter / Hold / Auto Program Fixture State When NO DMX Signal Pan Reverse ON/OFF Pan Reverse Movement Status Settings Tilt Reverse ON/OFF Pan Degree 630/540 Tilt Reverse Movement Pan Degree Select Feedback ON/OFF Movement Feedback Hibernation OFF, 01M~99M, 15M Stand By Mode Service Setting Password Password=050 Service Password RDM PID 22A6xxxxxxxx RDM PID Code (PSWD Required) Clear Err. Info ON/OFF Clear Error Info (PSWD Required) DFLT Pow. WDMXOn ON/OFF Set E-FLY Default Power State to ON USB YES/NO USB Port for Software Updates Fans Control Auto, High, Low Select Fan Speeds Display Setting Shutoff Time 02~60m 05m Display Shut Off Time Display Reverse ON/OFF Display Reverse 180o Key Lock ON/OFF Key Lock Temperature C/F Celsius/Fahrenheit Temperature Switch Between C ̊/ F ̊ Initial Status PAN =XXX Initial Effect Position Select Signal E-FLY Off Disable E-FLY Wireless Transceiver DMX & E-FLY Activate 5pin DMX and E-FLY E-FLY & OUT Activate E-FLY and 5pin DMX OUT Art-Net on IP2 Activate Art-Net with 002. IP Address Art-Net on IP10 Activate Art-Net with 010. IP Address sACN Activate sACN Set Universe 000 - 255 Set ArtNet Universe Set E-FLY Chn 00 - 15 Set E-FLY Wireless Channel Dimmer Mode Standard, Stage, TV, Architectural, Theatre Set Dimmer Curve Mode Refresh 1200, 900-1500, 2500, 4000, 5000, 10000, 15000, 20000, 25000 (Hz) Set LED Refresh Rate Frequency Gamma 2.0, 2.2, 2.4, 2.6, 2.8 Set Gamma Brightness Reset Default ON/OFF Password=011 Restore Factory Settings (PSWD Required) 14 S Y S T E M M E N U Supports Software Versions: ≥ 1.2.0 Features are subject to change without any prior written notice. *Rotation direction (Clockwise or Counterclockwise) of effects depends on orientation of the fixture head and Pan/Tilt settings. MAIN MENU SUB MENU OPTIONS / VALUES (Default Settings in BOLD) DESCRIPTION Reset Function Reset All Reset All Motors Reset Pan&Tilt Reset Pan/Tilt Reset Colors Reset Color Wheel Reset Gobos Reset Gobos Reset Others Reset Other Motors Effect Adjust Test Channel PAN ...... Test function Manual Control PAN =XXX, ...... Fine Adjustments Calibration Calibration Password Password 050 (PSWD Required) User Mode Set Standard Mode Basic Mode DMX Channel Modes User Mode Extended Mode User Mode A User Mode B User Defined Channel Assignment User Mode C Edit User Mode Edit User Mode A Edit User Mode Max Channel = XX Edits User Defined B Edit User Mode PAN = CH01 Channel Assignments C Edit Program Auto Pro Part1 = Program 1~10 (Program 1) Select Program Auto Pro Part2 = Program 1~10 (Program 2) Select Programs To Be Run Auto Pro Part3 = Program 1~10 (Program 3) Edit Program Program 1 Program Test Testing Program : Step 01=SCxxx Program In Loop Program 10 Step 64=SCxxx Save and Exit Edit Scenes Pan,Tilt,...... Save and Automatically Return --Fade Time-- --Scene Time-- Manual Scenes Edit Input By Outside Stores Scenes via Ext DMX Console Rec. Controller XX~XX Automatic Scenes Recorder SYSTEM MENU CHANGE WITH SOFTWARE UPDATE VERSION ≥1.2.1 See highlighted menu items below which have been updated with this software update. Personality Service Setting Scene 001 ~ Scene 250 Password Password=050 Service Password RDM PID 22A6xxxxxxxx RDM PID Code (PSWD Required) Clear Err. Info ON/OFF Clear Error Info (PSWD Required) DFLT Pow. EflyOn ON/OFF Set E-FLY Default Power State to ON USB YES/NO USB Port for Software Updates Fans Control Auto, High, Silent Select Fan Speeds 15 SYSTEM MENU CHANGE WITH SOFTWARE UPDATE VERSION ≥1.2.4 See highlighted menu items below which have been updated with this software update. INFORMATION Fan info Head4UFan1 / 2, BaseFan1 / 2 RPM Speeds of Head/Base Fans PERSONALITY Password Password=050 Service Password RDM UID 22A6xxxxxxxx RDM PID Code (PSWD Required) Service Setting Clear Err. Info ON/OFF Clear Error Info (PSWD Required) DFLT Pow. EflyOn ON/OFF Set E-FLY Default Power State to ON USB Update YES/NO USB For Fixture Software Updates Fans Control Auto, High, Silent Select Fan Speeds Display Setting Shutoff Time 02~60m 05m Display Shut Off Time Display Reverse AUTO, ON, OFF Display Reverse 180o Key Lock ON/OFF Key Lock Temperature C/F Celsius/Fahrenheit Temperature Switch Between C ̊/ F ̊ Initial Status PAN =XXX Initial Effect Position Select Signal E-FLY Off Disable E-FLY Wireless Transceiver DMX & E-FLY Activate 5pin DMX and E-FLY E-FLY & OUT Activate E-FLY and 5pin DMX OUT Art-Net Select Art-Net sACN Activate sACN Ethernet IP XXX . XXX . XXX . XXX Ethernet IP (PSWD Required) Ether Mask IP XXX . XXX . XXX . XXX Ethernet Mask IP (PSWD Required) Set Universe 000 - 32767 Set ArtNet Universe PERSONALITY - Status Settings - Address Via DMX When ON, define the desired DMX address via an external controller. NOTE: This process assumes the fixture DMX address is set to 001. If fixture DMX address is not at 001, you must adjust the channel numbers accordingly in order for this feature to work. For example: if your fixture address is 010, then Channel 1 becomes Channel 10, Channel 2 becomes Channel 11, and Channel 3 becomes Channel 12. 1. Connect the fixture to the external controller and power ON. 2. Set the DMX value of Channel 1 on the controller to (7). 3. Set the DMX value of Channel 2 on the controller to (7) or (8). When set to (7), the DMX address can be set between (1) and (255). When set to (8), the DMX address can be set between (256) and (511). 4. Using Channel 3 on the controller set the desired DMX address of the fixture. Example 1: If the desired DMX address is 57, set Channel 1 to a value of (7), set Channel 2 to a value of (7), and then set Channel 3 to a value of (57). Example 2: If the desired DMX address is 420, set Channel 1 to a value of (7), set Channel 2 to a value of (8), and then set Channel 3 to a value of (164). (256+164=420) 5. After setting Channel 3 to the desired DMX address value, wait for approximately 20 seconds (some fixtures may require a longer time) for the fixture to complete the address reset function. 16 PERSONALITY – Service Setting - Password (050) The Service Password MUST be entered in order to access the following menus: RDM PID, Ethernet IP, Ethernet IP Mask, and Clear Err. Info. PERSONALITY – Service Setting - RDM PID Select various submenus via RDM. RDM stands for "Remote Device Management", which provides the ability to control the device remotely while connected to a DMX-bus. ANSI E1.20-2006 by ESTA specifies the RDM standard as an extension of the DMX512 protocol. Manual settings like adjusting the DMX starting address are no longer needed. This is especially useful when the device is installed in a remote area. RDM ready and conventional DMX devices can be operated in one DMX line. The RDM protocol sends its own packages in the DMX512 data feed and does not influence conventional devices. If DMX splitters are used and RDM control is to be used, these splitters must support RDM. The number and type of RDM parameters depend on the RDM controller being used. PERSONALITY - Display Setting – Key Lock When ON, Control Panel buttons lock automatically after exiting main menu for 15 seconds. To unlock, keep MODE/ESC button pressed for 3 seconds. PERSONALITY - Select Signal – Art-Net on IP2/IP10 (AVAILABLE ONLY IN SOFTWARE v1.20 & v1.21) Fixture has 2 predefined IP addresses for Art-Net. Select Art-Net on IP2 for a unique 002 IP range address or Art-Net on IP10 for a unique 010 IP range address. 17 PERSONALITY - Dimming Modes Select desired DIMMER MODE (Standard, Stage, TV, Architectural, Theatre). PERSONALITY - Reset Default (011) ONLY QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS SHOULD PERFORM THIS FUNCTION. SAVED WHITE BALANCE IS ERASED AFTER A RESET IS PERFORMED. This function restores all fixture settings to the factory default settings. The password is 011 and must be entered each time a reset is performed. EFFECT ADJUST – Test Channel Auto test each individual channel function independently from the DMX control board. EFFECT ADJUST – Manual Control Select and manually test and fine adjust each individual channel function Independently from DMX control board. This function will center PAN and TILT motors and set dimmer to 100%. PAN and TILT functions will still operate if the fixture needs to be positioned to a flat clear surface. With the individual functions, you can focus the light on a flat surface (wall) and perform fine adjustments. 18 EFFECT ADJUST – Calibration ONLY QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS SHOULD PERFORM THIS FUNCTION. This function allows small adjustments to be made to the Pan, Tilt, and Zoom movements to compensate for ware or in the event a sensor has been knocked slightly out of place. Because improper use of this function can result in undesired operation this function has been password protected. The password is 050 and must be entered each time the calibration menu function is entered. Because calibration is an extremely delicate procedure, instructions on performing this action are left out of this manual. For a first-time calibrator, please contact our customer support team for step-by-step instructions. USER MODE SET – Edit User Mode Create user defined channel orders allowing the fixture to match the channel order of other fixtures on the market for easier operation. A total of three user modes may be configured: User Mode A, User Mode B, and User Mode C. EDIT PROGRAM – Rec. Controller The fixture features an integrated DMX-recorder by which you can transmit the programmed scenes from your DMX-controller to the moving head. Adjust the desired scene numbers via the encoder (from – to). When you call up the scenes at your controller, they will automatically be transmitted to the moving head. EDIT PROGRAM – Record Controller – Working With Built In Programs A Master unit can send up to 3 different data groups to the Slave units, i.e. a Master unit can start 3 different Slave units, which run 3 different programs. The Master unit sends the 3 program parts in a continuous loop. The Slave unit receives data from the Master unit according to the group which the Slave unit was assigned to. If e.g. a Slave unit is set to “Slave 1” in the menu “Set to Slave”, the Master unit sends “Auto Program Part 1” to the Slave unit. If set to “Slave 2”, the Slave unit receives “Auto Program Part 2”. 19 EDIT PROGRAM – Record Controller – Working with Built-In Program [continued] To start an Auto Program, proceed as follows: 1. Slave Setting • Select “Function Mode”. • Press ENTER to confirm. • Select “Set to Slave”. • Press ENTER to confirm. • Select “Slave 1”, “Slave 2” or “Slave 3”. • Press ENTER to confirm. • Press MODE/ESC in order to return to the main menu. 2. Automatic Program Run • Select “Function Mode”. • Press ENTER to confirm. • Select “Auto Program”. • Press ENTER to confirm. • Select “Master” or “Alone”. • Press ENTER to confirm. • Press MODE/ESC in order to return to the main menu. 3. Program Selection for Auto Pro Part • Select “Edit Program”. • Press ENTER to confirm. • Select “Select Programs”. • Press ENTER to confirm. • Select “Auto Pro Part 1”, “Auto Pro Part 2” or “Auto Pro Part 3”, and select which Slave program is to be sent. Selection “Part 1” means, that the Slave unit runs the same program as the master units. • Press ENTER to confirm. • Press MODE/ESC in order to return to the main menu. 20 EDIT PROGRAM – Record Controller – Working with Built-In Program [continued] 4. Program Selection for Edit Program • Select “Edit Program”. • Press ENTER to confirm. • Select “Edit Program”. • Press ENTER to confirm. • Select the desired program to edit specific scenes into a specific program. • Press ENTER to confirm. • Press MODE/ESC in order to return to the main menu. 5. Automatic Scene Recording • Select “Edit Program”. • Press ENTER to confirm. • Select “Edit Scenes”. • Select desired scene numbers. A maximum of 250 scenes can be programmed. • Press ENTER to confirm. • Press MODE/ESC in order to return to the main menu. Example: Program 2 includes scenes: 10, 11, 12, & 13 Program 4 includes scenes: 8, 9, & 10 Program 6 includes scenes: 12, 13, 14, & 15 Auto Pro Part 1 is Program 2 Auto Pro Part 2 is Program 3 Auto Pro Part 3 is Program 6 The 3 Slave groups run the Auto Program in certain time segments. (See diagram below) 21 E-FLY WIRELESS DMX SET UP BEFORE SETTING THE WIRELESS CHANNEL ON ANY E-FLY FIXTURE, MAKE SURE THE SOURCE E-FLY WIRELESS DMX TRANSCEIVER DEVICE IS OFF. TO CONTROL FIXTURE WITH E-FLY WIRELESS DMX SIGNAL 1. Ensure the source E-FLY wireless DMX Transceiver device is powered OFF. 2. Power ON fixture and from the LCD control panel select DMX & E-FLY or E-FLY & OUT in the Select Signal sub menu of the PERSONALITY main system menu. 3. From the LCD control panel set the E-FLY wireless channel to the same wireless channel of the source E-FLY DMX Transceiver device in the Set E-FLY Chn sub menu of the PERSONALITY main system menu. NOTE: Erratic fixture movement may occur if other E-FLY wireless DMX products are in use in the same area and are using the same E-FLY wireless channel. The fixture may immediately start to respond to the DMX wireless signal from another E-FLY wireless DMX Transceiver immediately when E-FLY is enabled. Make sure to know what E-FLY wireless channels are being used in the area where the fixture is being installed. ELATION E-FLY WIRELESS TRANSCEIVER only has 0-14 wireless channels, NO CH 15. 4. Set fixture DMX address in the Set Dmx Address sub menu of the FUNCTION main system menu. 5. The E-FLY signal Indicator on the fixture LCD control display will illuminate GREEN if a successful wireless DMX connection has been made or illuminate RED for NO connection. If no connection is made, repeat steps 1-4 above. 6. Repeat this process for all E-FLY compatible fixtures in the E-FLY wireless network, making sure all fixtures are assigned the same E-FLY wireless channel. 7. After all fixtures in the E-FLY wireless network have been set to the same E-FLY wireless channel and powered ON, now power ON the source E-FLY DMX Transceiver device. 8. Test all fixtures connected to the E-FLY wireless network to confirm proper functionality. 22 WIRELESS E-FLY INSTALLATION LOCATION GUIDELINES Wireless DMX signal can penetrate walls, glass, metal, and most objects. However, there are many factors that can affect and/or interrupt the wireless DMX signal, one of which is people. Therefore, it is highly recommended to position the wireless antenna a minimum of 9.8 ft. (3m) above audiences and/or above ground level. Careful planning and testing of the selected installation location is critical to ensure optimum and reliable wireless DMX operation. 23 DMX CHANNEL FUNCTIONS AND VALUES ELATION ARTISTE DAVINCI DMX Channel Values / Functions (40 DMX Channels) Supports Software Versions: ≥ 1.2.0 Features are subject to change without any prior written notice. *Rotation direction (Clockwise or Counterclockwise) of effects depends on orientation of the fixture head and Pan/Tilt settings. MODE / CHANNEL BASI VALUE FUNCTION C STAN D EXTEN D 1 1 1 PAN MOVEMENT 0-255 PAN Movement 2 2 PAN FINE MOVEMENT [16 BIT] 0-255 Fine Control of PAN Movement 2 3 3 TILT MOVEMENT 0-255 TILT Movement 4 4 TILT MOVEMENT [16 BIT] 0-255 Fine Control of TILT Movement 3 5 5 CYAN COLOR 0-255 0-WHITE ~ 255-100% CYAN 6 CYAN COLOR FINE [16 BIT] 0-255 CYAN FINE Adjustment 4 6 7 MAGENTA COLOR 0-255 0-WHITE ~ 255-100% MAGENTA 8 MAGENTA COLOR FINE [16 BIT] 0-255 MAGENTA FINE Adjustment 5 7 9 YELLOW COLOR 0-255 0-WHITE ~ 255-100% YELLOW 10 YELLOW COLOR FINE [16 BIT] 0-255 YELLOW FINE Adjustment 6 8 11 CTO COLOR 0-255 0-WHITE ~ 255-100% CTO 12 CTO COLOR FINE [16 BIT] 0-255 CTO FINE Adjustment 7 9 13 COLOR WHEEL 0-15 OPEN / WHITE 16-31 RED 32-47 BLUE 48-63 GREEN 64-79 LIGHT YELLOW 80-95 HALF MINUS GREEN 96-111 CTB 112-127 VIOLET 128-189 *Clockwise COLOR Rotation from FAST to SLOW 190-193 NO Rotation 194-255 *Counterclockwise COLOR Rotation from SLOW to FAST 14 COLOR WHEEL FINE ADJUSTMENT [16 BIT] 0-255 FINE Adjustment of Color Wheel to Any Position 24 Supports Software Versions: ≥ 1.2.0 Features are subject to change without any prior written notice. *Rotation direction (Clockwise or Counterclockwise) of effects depends on orientation of the fixture head and Pan/Tilt settings. MODE / CHANNEL BASIC STAND EXTEN D VALUE FUNCTION 8 10 15 ROTATING GOBOS, CONTINUOUS ROTATION [GOBO WHEEL 1] 0-9 OPEN 10-19 Rotating Gobo 1 20-29 Rotating Gobo 2 30-39 Rotating Gobo 3 40-49 Rotating Gobo 4 50-59 Rotating Gobo 5 60-69 Rotating Gobo 6 70-89 Gobo 1 Shake SLOW to FAST 90-109 Gobo 2 Shake SLOW to FAST 110-129 Gobo 3 Shake SLOW to FAST 130-149 Gobo 4 Shake SLOW to FAST 150-169 Gobo 5 Shake SLOW to FAST 170-189 Gobo 6 Shake SLOW to FAST 190-221 *Clockwise Gobo Wheel Rotation from FAST to SLOW 222-223 RESERVED 224-255 *Counterclockwise Gobo Wheel Rotation from SLOW to FAST 9 11 16 ROTATING GOBOS, INDEX ROTATION [GOBO WHEEL 1] 0-127 Gobo Indexing 128-189 *Clockwise Gobo Rotation from FAST TO SLOW 190-193 NO Rotation 194-255 *Counterclockwise Gobo Rotation from SLOW to FAST 17 ROTATING GOBOS, FINE INDEX ROTATION [GOBO WHEEL 1] [16 BIT] 0-255 Gobo Rotation FINE Indexing 10 12 18 STATIC / FIXED GOBOS [GOBO WHEEL 2] 0-9 OPEN 10-19 Static / Fixed Gobo 1 20-29 Static / Fixed Gobo 2 30-39 Static / Fixed Gobo 3 40-49 Static / Fixed Gobo 4 50-59 Static / Fixed Gobo 5 60-69 Static / Fixed Gobo 6 70-79 Static / Fixed Gobo 7 80-89 Static / Fixed Gobo 8 90-99 Static / Fixed Gobo 9 100-109 Shake SLOW to FAST Static / Fixed Gobo 1 110-119 Shake SLOW to FAST Static / Fixed Gobo 2 120-129 Shake SLOW to FAST Static / Fixed Gobo 3 130-139 Shake SLOW to FAST Static / Fixed Gobo 4 140-149 Shake SLOW to FAST Static / Fixed Gobo 5 150-159 Shake SLOW to FAST Static / Fixed Gobo 6 160-169 Shake SLOW to FAST Static / Fixed Gobo 7 170-179 Shake SLOW to FAST Static / Fixed Gobo 8 180-189 Shake SLOW to FAST Static / Fixed Gobo 9 190-221 *Clockwise Gobo Wheel Rotation from FAST to SLOW 222-223 NO FUNCTION 224-255 *Counterclockwise Gobo Wheel Rotation from SLOW to FAST 25 Supports Software Versions: ≥ 1.2.0 Features are subject to change without any prior written notice. *Rotation direction (Clockwise or Counterclockwise) of effects depends on orientation of the fixture head and Pan/Tilt settings. MODE / CHANNEL BASIC STAND EXTEND VALUE FUNCTION 19 STATIC / FIXED GOBOS, FINE INDEX ROTATION [GOBO WHEEL 2] [16 BIT] 0-255 Gobo Rotation FINE Indexing 11 13 20 ROTATING PRISM, PRISM / GOBO MACROS 0-31 OPEN 32-79 3-FACET PRISM 80-127 LINEAR PRISM 128-135 Prism / Gobo Macro 1 136-143 Prism / Gobo Macro 2 144-151 Prism / Gobo Macro 3 152-159 Prism / Gobo Macro 4 160-167 Prism / Gobo Macro 5 168-175 Prism / Gobo Macro 6 176-183 Prism / Gobo Macro 7 184-191 Prism / Gobo Macro 8 192-199 Prism / Gobo Macro 9 200-207 Prism / Gobo Macro 10 208-215 Prism / Gobo Macro 11 216-223 Prism / Gobo Macro 12 224-231 Prism / Gobo Macro 13 232-239 Prism / Gobo Macro 14 240-247 Prism / Gobo Macro 15 248-255 Prism / Gobo Macro 16 12 14 21 ROTATING PRISM, PRISM INDEX ROTATION 0-127 Prism Indexing 128-189 *Clockwise Prism Rotation from FAST to SLOW 190-193 NO Rotation 194-255 *Counterclockwise Prism Rotation from SLOW to FAST 22 ROTATING PRISM, PRISM FINE INDEX ROTATION [16 BIT] 0-255 Gobo Rotation FINE Indexing 13 15 23 FOCUS 0-255 Continuous Adjustment from NEAR to FAR 24 FOCUS FINE [16 BIT] 0-255 Continuous FINE Focus Adjustment 14 16 25 MOTORIZED ZOOM 0-255 ZOOM Adjustment from SMALL to BIG 26 MOTORIZED ZOOM FINE [16 BIT] 0-255 ZOOM FINE Adjustment 15 17 27 AUTO FOCUS 0-50 AUTO FOCUS OFF 51-150 49.2 ft (15m) 151-255 65.6 ft (20m) 16 18 28 AUTO FOCUS FINE 0-255 Continuous FINE Focus Adjustment 26 Supports Software Versions: ≥ 1.2.0 Features are subject to change without any prior written notice. *Rotation direction (Clockwise or Counterclockwise) of effects depends on orientation of the fixture head and Pan/Tilt settings. MODE / CHANNEL BASIC STAND EXTEND VALUE FUNCTION 17 19 29 SHUTTER, STROBE 0-31 Shutter CLOSED 32-63 NO Function (Shutter OPEN) 64-95 Strobe Effect SLOW to FAST 96-127 NO function (Shutter OPEN) 128-159 Pulse Effect In Sequences 160-191 NO Function (Shutter OPEN) 192-223 Random Strobe Effect SLOW to FAST 224-255 NO Function (Shutter OPEN) 18 20 30 DIMMER INTENSITY 0-255 Intensity 0 to 100% 31 DIMMER INTENSITY FINE [16 BIT] 0-255 Intensity 0 to 100% 19 21 32 DIMMER CURVE MODES 0-20 STANDARD 21-40 STAGE 41-60 TV 61-80 ARCHITECTURAL 81-100 THEATER 101-255 DEFAULT to UNIT CURVE SETTING 20 22 33 IRIS 0-191 MAX to MIN Diameter 192-223 Pulse Closing FAST to SLOW 224-255 Pulse Closing SLOW to FAST 34 IRIS FINE 0-255 Iris FINE Adjustment 21 23 35 FROST 0-255 NO Frost to FULL Frost 22 24 36 ANIMATION WHEEL 0-7 OPEN 8-127 *Clockwise Animation Wheel Rotation from FAST to SLOW 128-135 NO Rotation 136-255 *Counterclockwise Animation Wheel Rotation from SLOW to FAST 27 Supports Software Versions: ≥ 1.2.0 Features are subject to change without any prior written notice. *Rotation direction (Clockwise or Counterclockwise) of effects depends on orientation of the fixture head and Pan/Tilt settings. MODE / CHANNEL BASIC STAND EXTEND VALUE FUNCTION 23 25 37 CMY / COLOR MACRO SPEED 0-255 MAX to MIN Speed 24 26 38 CMY / COLOR MACROS 0-31 OFF 32-39 Macro 1 40-47 Macro 2 48-55 Macro 3 56-63 Macro 4 64-71 Macro 5 72-79 Macro 6 80-87 Macro 7 88-95 Macro 8 96-103 Macro 9 104-111 Macro 10 112-119 Macro 11 120-127 Macro 12 128-135 Macro 13 136-143 Macro 14 144-151 Macro 15 152-159 Macro 16 160-167 Macro 17 168-175 Macro 18 176-183 Macro 19 184-191 Macro 20 192-199 Macro 21 200-207 Macro 22 208-215 Macro 23 216-223 Macro 24 224-231 Macro 25 232-239 Macro 26 240-247 Macro 27 248-255 RANDOM CMY 25 27 39 PAN / TILT MOVEMENT SPEED 0-225 MAX to MIN Speed 226-235 Blackout by Movement 236-245 Blackout by ALL Wheel Movement 246-255 NO FUNCTION 28 Supports Software Versions: ≥ 1.2.0 Features are subject to change without any prior written notice. *Rotation direction (Clockwise or Counterclockwise) of effects depends on orientation of the fixture head and Pan/Tilt settings. MODE / CHANNEL BASIC STAND EXTEND VALUE FUNCTION 26 28 40 LAMP ON/OFF, RESET, INTERNAL PROGRAMS 0-19 COLOR Change Normal 20-29 COLOR Change to Any Position 30-39 COLOR & GOBO Change to Any Position 40-59 NO FUNCTION 60-79 NO FUNCTION 80-84 ALL Motors Reset 85-87 SCAN Motor Reset 88-90 COLOR Motors Reset 91-93 GOBO Motors Reset 94-96 NO FUNCTION 97-99 OTHER Motors Reset 100-119 Internal Program 1 120-139 Internal Program 2 140-159 Internal Program 3 160-179 Internal Program 4 180-199 Internal Program 5 200-219 Internal Program 6 220-239 Internal Program 7 240-255 RESERVED 29 ERROR CODES When power is applied, the unit will automatically enter a “Reset/Test” mode. This mode brings all the internal motors to a home position. If there is an internal problem with one or more of the motors an error code will flash in the display in the form of “XXer” were as XX will represent a function number. For example, when the display shows “0Er” it means there is some type of error with the Pan motor. If there are multiple errors during the start-up process they will all flash in the display. For example: if the fixtures has errors on Channel 1, 2, and 5 all at the same time, you will see the error message “01Er”, “02Er”, and ”05Er” flash repeated 5 times. If an error does occur during the initial start-up procedure the fixture will self-generate a second reset signal and try to realign all the motors and correct the errors. If the error persists after a second attempt a third attempt will be made. If after a third attempt all the errors have not been corrected the fixture will make the following determinations: • 3 or More Errors - The fixture cannot function properly with three or more errors therefore the fixture will place itself in a stand-by mode until subsequent repairs can be made. • Less Than 3 Errors - The fixture has less than 3 errors; therefore most other functions will work properly. The fixture will attempt to operate normally until the errors can be correct by a technician. The errors in question will remain flashing in the display as a reminder of internal errors. 30 ELATION ARTISTE DAVINCI E R R O R C O D E S Error Codes are subject to change without any prior written notice. ERROR CODE DESCRIPTION

PAN The PAN movement is not located in the default position after the reset. This message will appear after a fixture reset if the magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or there is a motor failure (defective motor or a defective motor IC drive on the main PCB). This error may also be displayed if the head/yoke was blocked during a reset function. TILT The TILT movement is not located in the default position after the reset. This message will appear after a fixture reset if the magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or there is a motor failure (defective motor or defective motor IC drive on main PCB). This error may also be displayed if the head was blocked during a reset function. CMY The CMY movement is not located in the default position after the reset. This message will appear after a fixture reset if the magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or there is a motor failure (defective motor or defective motor IC drive on main PCB). CTO The CTO movement is not located in the default position after the reset. This message will appear after a fixture reset if the magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or there is a motor failure (defective motor or defective motor IC drive on main PCB). COLOR The COLOR wheel movement is not located in the default position after the reset. This message will appear after a fixture reset if the magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or there is a motor failure (defective motor or defective motor IC drive on main PCB). GOBO The GOBO1 wheel movement is not located in the default position after the reset. This message will appear after a fixture reset if the magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or there is a motor failure (defective motor or defective motor IC drive on main PCB). GOBO_R The GOBO1_R movement is not located in the default position after the reset. This message will appear after a fixture reset if the magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or there is a motor failure (defective motor or defective motor IC drive on main PCB). GOBO2 The GOBO2 wheel movement is not located in the default position after the reset. This message will appear after a fixture reset if the magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or there is a motor failure (defective motor or defective motor IC drive on main PCB). 3_PRISM The 3 PRISM wheel movement is not located in the default position after the reset. This message will appear after a fixture reset if the magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or there is a motor failure (defective motor or defective motor IC drive on main PCB). 3_Prism1Rot The 3 Prism1Rot movement is not located in the default position after the reset. This message will appear after a fixture reset if the magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or there is a motor failure (defective motor or defective motor IC drive on main PCB). Line_PRISM The Line_PRISM wheel movement is not located in the default position after the reset. This message will appear after a fixture reset if the magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or there is a motor failure (defective motor or defective motor IC drive on main PCB). Line_Prism1Rot The Line_Prism1Rot movement is not located in the default position after the reset. This message will appear after a fixture reset if the magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or there is a motor failure (defective motor or defective motor IC drive on main PCB). FOCUS The FOCUS movement is not located in the default position after the reset. This message will appear after the reset of the fixture reset if the magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or there is a stepper motor failure (defective motor or defective motor IC drive on main PCB). 31

ELATION ARTISTE DAVINCI E R R O R C O D E S Error Codes are subject to change without any prior written notice. ERROR CODE DESCRIPTION

ZOOM The ZOOM movement is not located in the default position after the reset. This message will appear after the reset of the fixture reset if the magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or there is a stepper motor failure (defective motor or defective motor IC drive on main PCB). IRIS The IRIS movement is not located in the default position after the reset. This message will appear after the reset of the fixture reset if the magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or there is a stepper motor failure (defective motor or defective motor IC drive on main PCB). FROST The FROST movement is not located in the default position after the reset. This message will appear after a fixture reset if the magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or there is a motor failure (defective motor or defective motor IC drive on main PCB). ANIMATION The ANIMATION wheel movement is not located in the default position after the reset. This message will appear after a fixture reset if the magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or there is a motor failure (defective motor or defective motor IC drive on main PCB). AnimationRot The ANIMATIONRot movement is not located in the default position after the reset. This message will appear after a fixture reset if the magnetic-indexing circuit malfunctions (sensor failed or magnet is missing) or there is a motor failure (defective motor or defective motor IC drive on main PCB). 32

SPECIFICATIONS SOURCE 270W Cool White 12,000 Lumen LED Engine 30,000 Hour Average LED Life* *May vary depending on several factors including but not limited to: Environmental Conditions, Power/Voltage, Usage Patterns (On-Off Cycling), Control, and Dimming. EFFECTS Motorized Zoom 3-Facet and Linear Rotating Prisms and Prism Macros Bi-Directional Full 360° Rotating Animation Wheel Frost Filter Hybrid Wash Effect Motorized Zoom, Iris, Focus, and Auto-Focus High Speed Electronic Shutter and Strobe 16-Bit Variable Dimming Curve Modes Variable LED Refresh Rate and Gamma Brightness COLOR 7 Dichroic Colors including CTB Full CMY Color Mixing Linear CTO Color Correction GOBOS (2) Gobo Wheels (6) Interchangeable-Rotating / Indexing Glass Gobos (9) Interchangeable Static-Stamped Metal Gobos CONTROL / CONNECTIONS (3) DMX Channel Modes (40 Total Channels) 6 Button Touch Control Panel Full Color 180° Reversible LCD Menu Display 8 / 16 Bit Resolution Adjustable Movement DMX, RDM (Remote Device Management), Art-NET, sACN Protocol Support Elation E-FLYTM Internal Wireless DMX Transceiver 5pin DMX In/Out RJ45 Ethernet In/Out (Art-NET) powerCON TRUE1 Power In/Out SIZE / WEIGHT Length: 16.4” (416mm) Width: 11.2” (284mm) Vertical Height: 25.4” (645mm) Weight: 56.0 lbs. (25.4 kg) ELECTRICAL / THERMAL AC 100-240V - 50/60Hz 470W Max Power Consumption 14°F to 113°F (-10°C to 45°C) APPROVALS / RATINGS CE| IP20 | Specifications and improvements in the design of this unit and this manual are subject to change without any prior written notice. 33 COLORS & GOBOS **IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING GOBO DIMENSIONS AND CUSTOM GOBOS OD = Outside Diameter | ID = Image Diameter Due to varying manufacturing processes, it is highly recommended to provide a gobo and holder sample from the fixture to 3rd party custom gobo vendors for accurate sizing. DIMENSIONAL DRAWINGS Specifications and improvements in the design of this unit and this manual are subject to change without any prior written notice. 34 FCC STATEMENT This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. FCC RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE WARNINGS & INSTRUCTIONS This product has been tested and found to comply with the limits as per Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This device uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the included instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this device does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the device off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following methods: • Reorient or relocate the device. • Increase the separation between the device and the receiver. • Connect the device to an electrical outlet on a circuit different from which the radio receiver is connected. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES ORDER CODE ITEM TRIGGER CLAMP Heavy Duty Wrap Around Hook Style Clamp SCABLE60 Safety Cable 24” (610mm) 60 lbs. (27kg) Rating DRCVINCI Dual Road Case for ARTISTE DAVINCI EFL001 E-FLYTM External Wireless DMX Transceiver AC5PDMX5PRO 5 ft. (1.5m) 5pin PRO DMX Cable CAT6PRO5 5 ft. (1.5m) CAT6 EtherCON Cable NEU088 3 ft. (1m) powerCON TRUE1 Power Link Cable Additional Cable Lengths Available 35


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