Shape Generator Lighting Controller

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Technical Parameters












































































DMXchannel




1024




Power




AC100V-240V/50-60Hz




ART-NET Port




Support




RDM




Support




Channels for each fixture




40 primary + 40 fine tune




Library




R20 library supported




Time control of Scenes




Fade in/out, LTP slope




Shape generator




Shapes of Dimmer, Pan/Tilt, RGB, CMY, Color, Gobo, Iris and Focus




Master slider




Global




USB Memory




FAT32 supported




Fixture




120




Dimmer




120




Built-in shape




227




Palette




100




Program to record




100




Playback




120




Playbacksto run simultaneously




12




Scene steps




600




Shapes for each Scene




5




Shapes to run simultaneously




10




LCD display with back light




Support




Bilingual operation




Support




Scene and dimmer by slider




Support




Swap Scene




Support




Flash Scene




Support




Re-patched Fixture address




Support




Swap Pan/Tilt




Support




Channel slope modification




Support




Reversed channel output




Support




Real time blackout




Support




Channel value by wheel




Support




Channel value by slider




Support




Dimmer by slider




Support




Net. Weight




11KG




Weight in Flight Case




15KG




Weight in Carton




26KG







Shapes Introduction



A shape is simply a sequence of values which can be applied to any attribute of a fixture. A “circle” shape, for example, applied to the pan and tilt attributes, would cause the fixture to move its beam around in a circular pattern. You can set the centre point of the circle, the size of the circle and the speed of the circle movement.



In addition to beam position shapes, there are a large number of other shapes available in this console. The shapes are defined for a particular attribute such as colour, dimmer, focus and so on. Some shapes will not work with some fixtures; focus shapes, for example, can produce nice “focus pull” effects on fixtures which have DMX focusing, but will do nothing on fixtures which don’t have focusing.



When you use a shape with more than one fixture, you can choose to either apply the shape identically to all the fixtures, or offset them so that the shape runs along the fixtures creating “wave” or “ballyhoo” type effects. This is called the spreadof the shape.



In 1024, 5 shapes can be run simultaneously, but, only 1 shape is editable.






Select A Shape



1) Select fixtures



2) Press <Shape> in “Function area”



3) Press <A> [Playback a shape]



4) Press <Up> or <Down> to select a shape type and confirm with a soft key



5) Press <Up> or <Down> to select a shape and confirm with a soft key






Edit A Shape



1) Press <Shape> in “Function area”



2) Press <B> [Edit a shape]



3) Highlight the shape that you want to edit with a soft key; then, press <Exit> to exit this menu



4) Press <C> [Shape Parameters]



5) Highlight the parameter that you want to modify with a soft key; then, change the value with <Wheel Value>.



● Size: The amplitude.



● Speed: The running speed of the shape.



● Repeat: Repeats pattern after repeat number of fixtures.



● Spread: How the instruments are spread across the pattern, 0=even spread.






Delete A Shape



1) Press <Shape> in “Function area”



2) Press <Delete> in “Function area”



3) Highlight the shape that you want to delete



4) Press <Enter> to confirm.




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