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PDF Content Summary: LED Pot 12×1W RGBW LED PAR user manual Musikhaus Thomann Thomann GmbH Hans-Thomann-Straße 1 96138 Burgebrach Germany Telephone: +49 (0) 9546 9223-0 E-mail: info@thomann.de Internet: http://www.thomann.de 13.11.2019, ID: 377666 (V2) Table of contents Table of contents 1 General information................................................................................................................................. 5 1.1 Further information........................................................................................................................... 6 1.2 Notational conventions.................................................................................................................... 7 1.3 Symbols and signal words............................................................................................................... 7 2 Safety instructions.................................................................................................................................. 10 3 Features....................................................................................................................................................... 16 4 Installation.................................................................................................................................................. 17 5 Starting up.................................................................................................................................................. 21 6 Connections and operating elements........................................................................................... 24 7 Operating.................................................................................................................................................... 30 7.1 Starting the device........................................................................................................................... 30 7.2 Main menu.......................................................................................................................................... 30 7.3 Menu overview................................................................................................................................. 34 7.4 Functions in 4-channel DMX mode........................................................................................... 35 7.5 Functions in 6-channel DMX mode........................................................................................... 35 LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 3 Table of contents LED PAR 4 7.6 Functions in 8-channel DMX mode........................................................................................... 36 8 Technical specifications....................................................................................................................... 40 9 Plug and connection assignments.................................................................................................. 43 10 Troubleshooting...................................................................................................................................... 44 11 Cleaning....................................................................................................................................................... 46 12 Protecting the environment.............................................................................................................. 47 General information 1 General information This user manual contains important information on the safe operation of the device. Read and follow all safety notes and all instructions. Save this manual for future reference. Make sure that it is available to all persons using this device. If you sell the device to another user, be sure that they also receive this manual. Our products and user manuals are subject to a process of continuous development. We there‐ fore reserve the right to make changes without notice. Please refer to the latest version of the user manual which is ready for download under http://www.thomann.de. LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 5 General information 1.1 Further information On our website (www.thomann.de) you will find lots of further information and details on the following points: Download This manual is also available as PDF file for you to download. Keyword search Use the search function in the electronic version to find the topics of interest for you quickly. Online guides Our online guides provide detailed information on technical basics and terms. Personal consultation For personal consultation please contact our technical hotline. Service If you have any problems with the device the customer service will gladly assist you. LED PAR 6 General information 1.2 Notational conventionsThis manual uses the following notational conventions:

Letterings The letterings for connectors and controls are marked by square brackets and italics. Examples: [VOLUME] control, [Mono] button. Displays Texts and values displayed on the device are marked by quotation marks and italics. Examples: ‘24ch’, ‘OFF’.

1.3 Symbols and signal words In this section you will find an overview of the meaning of symbols and signal words that are used in this manual. LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 7 General information LED PAR 8 Signal word Meaning DANGER! This combination of symbol and signal word indicates an immediate dangerous situation that will result in death or serious injury if it is not avoided. WARNING! This combination of symbol and signal word indicates a pos‐ sible dangerous situation that can result in death or serious injury if it is not avoided. NOTICE! This combination of symbol and signal word indicates a pos‐ sible dangerous situation that can result in material and environmental damage if it is not avoided. Warning signs Type of danger Warning – high-voltage. Warning – dangerous optical radiation. General information Warning signs Type of danger Warning – suspended load. Warning – danger zone. LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 9 Safety instructions 2 Safety instructions

Intended use This device is intended for use as an electronic lighting effect by means of LED technology. The device is designed for professional use and is not suitable for use in households. Use the device only as described in this user manual. Any other use or use under other operating con‐ ditions is considered to be improper and may result in personal injury or property damage. No liability will be assumed for damages resulting from improper use. This device may be used only by persons with sufficient physical, sensorial, and intellectual abilities and having corresponding knowledge and experience. Other persons may use this device only if they are supervised or instructed by a person who is responsible for their safety.

Extend the life of the device by regular breaks in operation and avoid switching it on and off frequently. This device is not suitable for continuous use. LED PAR 10 Safety Safety instructions DANGER! Danger for children Ensure that plastic bags, packaging, etc. are disposed of properly and are not within reach of babies and young children. Choking hazard! Ensure that children do not detach any small parts (e.g. knobs or the like) from the unit. They could swallow the pieces and choke! Never let children unattended use electrical devices. DANGER! Electric shock caused by high voltages inside Within the device there are areas where high voltages may be present. Never remove any covers. There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Do not use the device if covers, protectors or optical components are missing or damaged. LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 11 Safety instructions LED PAR 12 DANGER! Electric shock caused by short-circuit Do not modify the mains cable or the plug. Failure to do so could result in electric shock/death or fire. If in doubt, seek advice from a registered electrician. WARNING! Eye damage caused by high light intensity Never look directly into the light source. WARNING! Risk of epileptic shock Strobe lighting can trigger seizures in photosensitive epilepsy. Sensitive persons should avoid looking at strobe lights. Safety instructions NOTICE! Risk of fire Do not block areas of ventilation. Do not install the device near any direct heat source. Keep the device away from naked flames. LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 13 Safety instructions LED PAR 14 NOTICE! Operating conditions This device has been designed for indoor use only. To prevent damage, never expose the device to any liquid or moisture. Avoid direct sunlight, heavy dirt, and strong vibrations. Only operate the device within the ambient conditions specified in the chapter ‘Technical specifications’ of this user manual. Avoid heavy temperature fluctua‐ tions and do not switch the device on immediately after it was exposed to tem‐ perature fluctuations (for example after transport at low outside temperatures). Dust and dirt inside can damage the unit. When operated in harmful ambient conditions (dust, smoke, nicotine, fog, etc.), the unit should be maintained by qualified service personnel at regular intervals to prevent overheating and other malfunction. Safety instructions NOTICE! Power supply Before connecting the device, ensure that the input voltage (AC outlet) matches the voltage rating of the device and that the AC outlet is protected by a residual current circuit breaker. Failure to do so could result in damage to the device and possibly injure the user. Unplug the device before electrical storms occur and when it is unused for long periods of time to reduce the risk of electric shock or fire. LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 15 Features 3 Features Special features of the device: ∎ 12 × 1 watt TrueColour LED (each 3 × red, green, blue and white) ∎ Stand-alone, master-slave or DMX mode operation ∎ Operation via buttons and display on the unit or via an optionally available infrared remote control ∎ Compact plastic housing ∎ Universal two-piece mounting bracket for hanging or standing installation ∎ Suitable for use in clubs, bars, theatres, exhibitions, etc. or for architectural lighting For technological reasons, the light output of LEDs decreases over their lifetime. This effect increases with higher operating temperature. You can extend the service life of the illuminants by providing adequate ventilation and operating the LEDs with the lowest possible brightness. LED PAR 16 Installation 4 Installation Unpack and check carefully there is no transportation damage before using the unit. Keep the equipment packaging. To fully protect the product against vibration, dust and moisture during transportation or storage use the original packaging or your own packaging material suitable for transport or storage, respectively. WARNING! Risk of injury caused by falling objects Make sure that the installation complies with the standards and rules that apply in your country. Always secure the device with a secondary safety attachment, such as a safety cable or a safety chain. LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 17 Installation LED PAR 18 NOTICE! Risk of overheating The distance between light output and the illuminated surface must be more than 1.5 m (19.7in). Provide sufficient ventilation. The ambient temperature must always be below 40 °C (104 °F). NOTICE! Use of stands When mounting the device onto a stand, ensure that the stand is in a safe and stable position and that the weight of the device does not exceed the maximum permissible load capacity of the stand.

Mounting options Installation You can install the unit in hanging or standing position. When in use, the device must always be attached to a solid surface or an approved truss. Use the openings provided on the two- piece bracket for attaching.

NOTICE! Possible data transmission errors For error-free operation make use of dedicated DMX cables and do not use ordi‐ nary microphone cables. Never connect the DMX input or output to audio devices such as mixers or ampli‐ fiers. Always work from a stable platform whenever installing, moving or servicing the unit. In doing so, the area underneath the unit must be cordoned off. The safety cable must be attached to the bracket. LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 19 Installation LED PAR 20 Please note that this device must not be connected to a dimmer. Starting up 5 Starting up Create all connections while the device is off. Use the shortest possible high-quality cables for all connections. Take care when running the cables to prevent tripping hazards. LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 21

Starting up Connections in DMX mode LED PAR 22 Connect the DMX input of the device to the DMX output of a DMX controller or another DMX device. Connect the output of the first DMX device to the input of the second one, and so on to form a daisy chain. Always ensure that the output of the last DMX device in the daisy chain is terminated with a resistor (110 Ω, 1⁄4 W). Connections in master/slave mode Starting up When you configure a group of devices in master/slave mode, the first unit will control the other units for an automatic, sound-activated, synchronized show. This function is ideal when you want to start a show immediately. Connect the DMX output of the master device to the DMX input of the first slave device. Then connect the DMX output of the first slave device to the DMX input of the second slave device and so on. LED Pot 12×1W RGBW

23 Connections and operating elements 6 Connections and operating elements Rear panel LED PAR 24 Connections and operating elements 1 Locking screws for the mounting bracket. 2 Light aperture. 3 Infrared sensor for receiving signals from an optionally available remote control. 4 [DMX IN] DMX input. 5 Power cord. 6 [DMX OUT] DMX output. 7 Display. 8 Button [Down] Decreases the displayed value by one. 9 Button [Up] Increases the displayed value by one. 10 Two-piece bracket for hanging or installation and for securing the safety-rope. LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 25 Connections and operating elements LED PAR 26 11 Button [Setup] Confirms a selected value. 12 Button [MODE] Calls the main menu or a submenu. Remote control (optional) Connections and operating elements LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 27 Connections and operating elements LED PAR 28 13 [AUTO] Enables the auto mode. 14 [PRG] Enables the Programme mode. Select the desired programme with the buttons [+] and [–]. 15 [ON/OFF] Activates / deactivates the device. 16 [SPEED] Activates the setting mode for the programme speed. Adjust the speed using the buttons [+] and [–] . 17 [SOUND] Activates the sound-controlled mode. 18 [STROBE] Turns the strobe function on / off. 19 [+] Increases the set value. Connections and operating elements 20 [–]Decreases the set value. 21 [Dimming] Enables the dimmer function. 22 [0 ... 9] Numeric buttons for direct selection of a fixed colour. 23 [R], [G], [B], [A], [W] Buttons to select a colour tone for the dimmer mode. LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 29 Operating 7 Operating 7.1 Starting the device Connect the device to the power supply to start operation. After a few seconds the unit is ready for use. 7.2 Main menu Press [MODE] to activate the main menu. Press again [MODE] or [UP] | [DOWN] to call further menu items. To activate the respectively shown menu item, press [SETUP]. Use [UP] and [DOWN] to change the respectively indicated value. Changed values and settings will immedi‐ ately take effect. With [MODE] you return to the previous menu level. If you do not press any key for about 15 seconds, the display will turn off. The set values are retained even when the device is disconnected from the mains power supply. LED PAR 30

Auto mode Programme mode Operating Press [MODE] or [UP] | [DOWN] repeatedly until the display shows ‘AUTO’. The unit now oper‐ ates in automatic stand-alone mode. Press [MODE] or [UP] | [DOWN] repeatedly until the display shows ‘Pro’. Press [SETUP] to then select with [UP] | [DOWN] one of the programmes ‘Pr.01’ - ‘Pr.14’.

If you select ‘Pr.01’, you can press [SETUP] and then use [UP] | [DOWN] to select 15 pro‐ grammed colour patterns that are constantly lighting. Or you select ‘-OFF’ to blackout the unit. Press [SETUP] to then select with [UP] | [DOWN] the strobe frequency from ‘FS.01’ (slow) to ‘FS.99’ (fast). Select ‘FS.00’ for constant light. Programmes ‘Pr.02’ - ‘Pr.14’ offer preprogrammed colour sequences. After selecting one of these programmes, press [SETUP] to then select with [UP] | [DOWN] the speed of the colour sequences from ‘SP.01’ (slow) to ‘SP.FL’ (fast). Press [SETUP] to then select with [UP] | [DOWN] the strobe frequency from ‘FS.01’ (slow) to ‘FS.99’ (fast). LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 31

Operating DMX address Slave mode Color mode LED PAR 32 Press [MODE] or [UP] | [DOWN] repeatedly until the display shows ‘d---’. Press [SETUP] to then select with [UP] | [DOWN] the desired DMX address between 1 and 512 (the display shows ‘d.001’ ...‘d.512’). Make sure that this number matches the configuration of your DMX con‐ troller. Press [MODE] or [UP] | [DOWN] repeatedly until the display shows ‘SLAv’. The device is now working in slave mode, i.e. it will exactly copy the movement of the controlling master device, correct wiring provided. Press [MODE] or [UP] | [DOWN] repeatedly until the display shows ‘Colr’. All LEDs light with full intensity. Press [SETUP] to then select with [UP] | [DOWN] the intensity of the red LEDs between ‘r.000’ (off) and ‘r.255’ (full). Press [SETUP] to then select with [UP] | [DOWN] the intensity of the green LEDs between ‘g.000’ (off) and ‘g.255’ (full). Press [SETUP] to then select with [UP] | [DOWN] the intensity of the blue LEDs between ‘b.000’ (off) and ‘b.255’ (full). Press [SETUP]to then select with [UP] | [DOWN] the intensity of the white LEDs between ‘u.000’ (off) and ‘u.255’ (full).

Press [SETUP] to then select with [UP] | [DOWN] the number of channels (4, 6 or 8) available for DMX operation.

Sound mode Resetting the device Information display Operating Press [MODE] or [UP] | [DOWN] repeatedly until the display shows ‘Soud’. The device now shows a sound-controlled colour sequence. Press [SETUP] to then select with [UP] | [DOWN] the sensitivity of the built-in microphone for sound control between ‘SU.00’ (low) and ‘SU.31’ (high). Press [MODE] or [UP] | [DOWN] repeatedly until the display shows ‘SEt’. Press [SETUP], the dis‐ play shows ‘-rSt’. If you press [SETUP] again during this display, the device is being reset to fac‐ tory defaults. All your previously adjusted settings are thereby being irretrievably erased. Press ‘MODE’ to cancel the procedure. Press [MODE] or [UP] | [DOWN] repeatedly until the display shows ‘InFo’. Press [SETUP], the dis‐ play shows ‘tEnP’. If you press [SETUP] again during this display, the display shows ‘t-on’. If you press [UP] or [DOWN] during the ‘tEnP’ display, the display shows ‘VEr’. Press SETUP to let the device show the Firmware version. LED Pot 12×1W RGBW

33 7.3 Menu overview Operating LED PAR 34 Operating 7.4 Functions in 4-channel DMX mode Channel Value Function 1 0...255 Intensity Red (0 % to 100 %) 2 0...255 Intensity Green (0 % to 100 %) 3 0...255 Intensity Blue (0 % to 100 %) 4 0...255 Intensity White (0 % to 100 %) 7.5 Functions in 6-channel DMX mode Channel Value Function 1 0...255 Dimmer (0 % to 100 %) 2 0...255 Intensity Red (0 % to 100 %) 3 0...255 Intensity Green (0 % to 100 %) LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 35 Operating Channel Value Function 4 0...255 Intensity Blue (0 % to 100 %) 5 0...255 Intensity White (0 % to 100 %) 6 1...255 Strobe effect 7.6 Functions in 8-channel DMX mode Channel Value Function 1 0...255 Dimmer (0 % to 100 %) 2 0...255 Intensity Red (0 % to 100 %) 3 0...255 Intensity Green (0 % to 100 %) 4 0...255 Intensity Blue (0 % to 100 %) 5 0...255 Intensity White (0 % to 100 %) LED PAR 36 Operating Channel Value Function 6 0 Blackout 1...16 Activate colour macro for channel 7 17...33 Programme 01 34...50 Programme 02 51...67 Programme 03 68...84 Programme 04 85...101 Programme 05 102...118 Programme 06 119...135 Programme 07 136...152 Programme 08 153...169 Programme 09 170...186 Programme 10 187...203 Programme 11 LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 37 Operating Channel Value Function 204...220 Programme 12 221...237 Programme 13 238...255 Sound control

7 (if channel 6 is in colour macro) LED PAR 38 0...15 Colour value R = 000 | G = 000 | B = 000 | W = 000 16...31 Colour value R = 255 | G = 000 | B = 000 | W = 000

32...47 Colour value R = 000 | G = 255 | B = 000 | W = 000 48...63 Colour value R = 000 | G = 000 | B = 255 | W = 000 64...79 Colour value R = 000 | G = 000 | B = 000 | W = 255 80...95 Colour value R = 255 | G = 150 | B = 000 | W = 000 96...111 Colour value R = 255 | G = 180 | B = 000 | W = 000 112...127 Colour value R = 255 | G = 255 | B = 000 | W = 000 128...143 Colour value R = 255 | G = 000 | B = 255 | W = 000 144...159 Colour value R = 255 | G = 000 | B = 140 | W = 000 Operating Channel Value Function 160...175 Colour value R = 000 | G = 255 | B = 255 | W = 000 176...191 Colour value R = 255 | G = 000 | B = 000 | W = 210 192...207 Colour value R = 000 | G = 255 | B = 000 | W = 210 208...223 Colour value R = 000 | G = 000 | B = 255 | W = 210 224...239 Colour value R = 255 | G = 200 | B = 040 | W = 090 240...255 Colour value R = 255 | G = 255 | B = 255 | W = 255 7 (if channel 6 is in a programme 1– 14) LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 39 0...100 Speed for programmes 1–14 of channel 6 101...255 Intensity Sound to Light 8 1...255 Strobe effect Technical specifications 8 Technical specifications Light source 12 × TrueColour LED, 1 W (each 3 × red, green, blue and white) Light source properties Light power 5520 Lux @ 1 m Optical properties Beam angle 25° Control DMX Remote control (optional) Number of DMX channels 4, 6 or 8 Input connections DMX control XLR chassis socket, 3-pin Output connections DMX control XLR chassis socket, 3-pin Power consumption 15 W Supply voltage 100 – 240 V 50/60 Hz Degree of protection IP20 LED PAR 40 Technical specifications Mounting options Hanging, standing Dimensions (W × H × D) 168 mm × 172 mm × 130 mm Weight 0.76 kg Ambient conditions Temperature range 0 °C...40 °C Relative humidity 50 %, non condensing LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 41

Technical specifications Further information LED PAR 42 Design Cannon

Colour mixture RGBW LED type Unicoloured LEDs Base housing Yes Fanless Yes Remote control Optional Wireless DMX No Housing colour Black 9 Plug and connection assignments

Introduction This chapter will help you select the right cables and plugs to connect your valuable equip‐ ment so that a perfect light experience is guaranteed. Please take our tips, because especially in ‘Sound & Light’ caution is indicated: Even if a plug fits into a socket, the result of an incorrect connection may be a destroyed DMX controller, a short circuit or ‘just’ a not working light show! DMX connections The unit offers a 3-pin XLR socket for DMX output and a 3-pin XLR plug for DMX input. Please refer to the drawing and table below for the pin assignment of a suitable XLR plug. Pin Configuration

1 Ground, shielding 2 Signal inverted (DMX–, ‘cold signal’) 3 Signal (DMX+, ‘hot signal’) Plug and connection assignments LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 43 Troubleshooting 10 Troubleshooting NOTICE! Possible data transmission errors For error-free operation make use of dedicated DMX cables and do not use ordi‐ nary microphone cables. Never connect the DMX input or output to audio devices such as mixers or ampli‐ fiers. In the following we list a few common problems that may occur during operation. We give you some suggestions for easy troubleshooting: LED PAR 44 Troubleshooting Symptom Remedy The unit does not work, no light. LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 45 Check the mains connection and the fuse. No response to the DMX con‐ troller. 1. Check the DMX ports and cables for proper connection. 2. Check the address settings and the DMX polarity. 3. Try using another DMX controller. 4. Check to see if the DMX cables run near or alongside to high voltage cables that may cause damage or interfer‐ ence to DMX interface circuits. If the procedures recommended above do not succeed, please contact our Service Center. You can find the contact information at http://www.thomann.de.

Cleaning 11 Cleaning Optical lenses Clean the optical lenses, that are accessible from the outside, regularly in order to optimize the light output. The frequency of cleaning depends on the operating environment: wet, smoky or particularly dirty surroundings can cause more accumulation of dirt on the optics of the device. ∎ Clean with a soft cloth using our lamp and lens cleaner (item no. 280122). ∎ Always dry the parts carefully. Fan grids The fan grids of the device must be cleaned of any contamination, such as dust, etc. on a reg‐ ular basis. Before cleaning, switch off the device and disconnect mains-operated devices from the mains. Only use pH-neutral, solvent-free and non-abrasive cleaning agents. Clean the unit with a slightly damp lint-free cloth. LED PAR 46

Disposal of batteries Protecting the environment 12 Protecting the environment Disposal of the packaging mate‐ rial For the transport and protective packaging, environmentally friendly materials have been chosen that can be supplied to normal recycling. Ensure that plastic bags, packaging, etc. are properly disposed of. Do not just dispose these materials with your normal household waste, but make sure that they are fed to a recovery. Please follow the notes and markings on the packaging. Batteries must not be disposed of as domestic waste or thrown into fire. Dispose of the bat‐ teries according to national or local regulations regarding hazardous waste. To protect the environment, dispose of empty batteries at your retail store or at appropriate collection sites. LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 47 Disposal of your old device Protecting the environment LED PAR 48 This product is subject to the European Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE) in its currently valid version. Do not dispose with your normal household waste. Dispose this device through an approved waste disposal firm or through your local waste facility. When discarding the device, comply with the rules and regulations that apply in your country. If in doubt, consult your local waste disposal facility. Notes LED Pot 12×1W RGBW 49 Notes LED PAR 50 Musikhaus Thomann · Hans-Thomann-Straße 1 · 96138 Burgebrach · Germany · http://www.thomann.de


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