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COLOR BLASTER CB-250T

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CAUTION!

 Risk of electric shock

Read instructions before installing

or connecting to power

Color Blaster

CB-250/B/T

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Compact case, outstanding output,

 Color Blaster   color changer gets it right.

 Color Blaster   delivers a broad, strong beam of light;

 Ten dichroic colors, + white, rainbow effect,

 strobe and dimming.

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Contents

Section 3 - General Use

Appendix 1

Section 2 - Operation

Section 1 - Setting Up

Color Blaster

DMX Address Chart

Setting DMX Addresses

Product Specifications

Trouble-shooting

Lamp Removal

Maintenance

Function Dip Switches

Audio Control for 4 or 8 Units

DMX Channel Control Diagram

DMX512 Control

Color Changer Installation

Lamp Installation

Inspection

Warning

Color Changer Diagrams

Features

Description

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Page 14

Page 13

Page 11

Page 10

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DMX starting addresses and dip switch settings for 28 Color Blaster   color 
changers follow. For more information about the DMX512 addressing 
system, please see the guide DMX512 Basics.

DMX Address Chart

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Unit

Unit 14

Unit 13

Unit 12

Unit 11

Unit 10

Unit 9

Unit 8

Unit 7

Unit 6

Unit 5

Unit 4

Unit 3

Unit 2

Unit 1

Address

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Unit 24

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Unit 22

Unit 21

Unit 20

Unit 19

Unit 18

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Color Blaster

Description

Convenient to use:
    Two preprogrammed audio-controlled shows
    Standard DMX512 control and address
    Convenient 3-pin XLR signal connection
    Two channels: color/shutter; dimmer
    Built-in focus assistance and self-test functions

  Powerful fan for efficient cooling
     Built for lasting value:
     One precision, quality stepper motor

Engineered to perform:
    Electronic dimming 0-100%
    Up to five frequency-per-second (fps) strobe
    Audio and DMX512 control
    Self-test and focus assistance functions

Effect variety: Ten dichroic colors + white
    Rainbow effect; shutter and dimming

High lumen output: large optical path
    AR & IR coated lenses, high quality optics

Features

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User-oriented design lets you work at your convenience. User aids 
include focus assistance, selection of a four- or eight-unit audio program, 
self-test function, and DMX signal termination. 

A compact, powerful color changer, Color Blaster   delivers a broad, strong 
beam of colored light. You get ten dichroic colors + white, along with 1 to 5 
frequency-per-second strobe and 0 to 100% dimming. Either turn on the 
music to enjoy a preprogrammed audio-controlled show or use DMX 
control. Both are chosen simply with the flip of a dip switch. 

With Color Blaster  , you get a reliable, easy-to-use color changer that's 
value-engineered to serve you for years to come.

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series scanners, or make a powerful color show with Color Blaster   alone.

Use Color Blaster    color changer as a companion to  Nimbus    or  Shiva

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Appendix 1

Setting DMX Addresses

To set DMX addresses, you must know about (1) the relationship between 
DMX512 dip switches and address values, (2) your equipment, and (3) how to 
compute DMX addresses. The following is a brief explanation of the DMX512 
system. For a more thorough guide, please see the booklet DMX512 Basics

1. The relationship between DMX512 dip switches and address values:

 N 

ote th 

at DMX 

values 

double progre 

ssiv 

ely: 

the fir 

st D 

MX dip sw 

itc 

h has a

DM X addre ss valu e of  1; Th e secon d DM X d ip switc h h as a valu e of  2; th e
thi rd DM X d ip swit ch h as  a valu e   of  4, etc .,  as show n above.

2. Your  equipment.  Since  each  Color  Blaster    colo r change r ha s two  DM X

channe ls, ea ch starti ng address es advanc es tw o place s. I n th is example ,we 

ha ve  no oth er DM

  X equipme nt in fro nt of o ur co lor change rs,  so  the  first

effe ct un it's starti ng addre ss shou ld  =  1; Th e secon d uni t's startin g addre ss
shou ld = 3, e tc. L ist t he DM

  X starti ng valu es th at yo ur equipme nt sho uld

have.

3. Set DMX dip switches to appropriate DMX  starting  addresses . Begin  wit h

he highe 

st di 

p switc 

h valu 

e possibl 

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k down from there 

. Fo 

r a DMX 

startin g addre ss of 1 9, f or examp le, activ ate D MX  dip sw itch  #5  (w ith a
valu e  of 16 ), the n wo rk dow n, activatin g d ip switc h #2 , (wi th a valu e o f 2 ),
an d d ip switc h # 1 (wit h a valu e o f 1 ). Us e  a ballpoin t pe n o r  a toothpic k to 
fl ip DM X d ip switch es  to th e appropria te addre ss settings.

For c onvenience, C olor B laster     color  change r startin g address es f or  28
units and corresponding DMX dip switch settings are shown on the following 
page.

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Value             

DMX 

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128   

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6  

32    

6    

1  

8    

4    

2    

1    

9    

8    

7    

6    

5    

4    

3    

2    

1    

Switch         

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T4

T3

T2

T1

Color Changer Diagrams

Front and Back Views

Back

Front     

F5

F4

F3

F2

F1

F1 - Lens
F2 - Built-in Microphone
F3 - Function Dip Switches
F4 - DMX512 Dip Switches
F5 - Air Vents

2

B5

B4

B3

B2

B1

B1 - Fan Hole
B2 - Fuse Holder
B3 - Canon XLR Socket (DMX in)
B4 - Canon XLR Socket (DMX out) 
B5 - Mains IEC Power Socket

T1 - Bracket
T2 - Unit Cover
T3 - Cover Screws
T4 - Bracket Knob

Termination: Built-in (manual)

Addressing: Standard DMX512 9-pin binary

Signal connection: 3 pin XLR

Signal: USITT DMX512

Power consumption: 300VA

Weight: 5.70 kg

Dimensions: 280x150x155mm (LxWxH)

Lamp: 24V/250W ELC GX5.3  (50-hr)

Voltage: 120V~50Hz; 230V~50Hz(CE Approved)

Model: CB-250T

Termination: Built-in (manual)

Addressing: Standard DMX512 9-pin binary

Signal connection: 3 pin XLR

Signal: USITT DMX512

Power consumption: 300VA

Weight: 5.70 kg

Dimensions: 280x150x155mm (LxWxH)

Lamp: 24V/250W EHJ G6.35  (No: 64655, 50-hr.; No: 64657 300-hr)

Voltage: 120V~50Hz; 230V~50Hz(CE Approved)

Model: CB-250B

Termination: Built-in (manual)

Channels: 2   Fuse: T5A/250V 20mm

Addressing: Standard DMX512 9-pin binary

Signal connection: 3 pin XLR

Signal: USITT DMX512

Power consumption: 300VA

Weight: 3.35 kg

Dimensions: 280x150x155mm (LxWxH)

Lamp: 82V/250W EXY GX5.3  (200-hr)

Voltage: 120V~60Hz input

Model: CB-250

Product Specifications

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Channels: 2   Fuse: T5A/250V 20mm

Channels: 2   Fuse: T5A/250V 20mm

Three-dimensional Diagram

 


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Solution:

Problem: Function dip switches have been set for "audio mode,"  but  color
              changer does not respond to music.

2. Have a qualified service technician inspect the PC board.

1. Disconnect power. Turnon Function dip switch #1. Turn off other
    Function dip switches. Disconnect  DMX  signal cables. Reconnect 
    power supply. Turn on music.

1. Have a qualified service technician inspect the unit, including Triac
    41600.

Solution:

Problem: Color changer light does not dim according to DMX slider positions.

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Follow standard precautions for all electronic products.

Warning!

This appliance must be earthed (grounded). Disconnect from
power before removing covers or servicing. Keep case closed while
operating.
Color Blaster  color changer contains no user serviceable parts.
Servicing must be conducted by qualified service personnel.
Lamp and components become hot during operation. Allow time to
cool before handling.
Keep flammable material at least one meter away from unit. Do not
operate in wet conditions or near liquids.
Keep air vents clear to avoid overheating. Never insert objects into
air vents.
Lamp produces hazardous UV light. Do not look directly at lamp
when lit. Do not expose skin to uncovered lamp.
If objects fall on unit, disconnect mains power supply immediately.
Have a qualified technician inspect for safety before operating.
Never remove warning or informative labels from the unit.

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Section 1 - Setting Up

Inspection

3.  Operating manual

2.  IEC power cord

1.  Color Blaster    color changer

Packing list:

Every Color Blaster  color changer was thoroughly tested and shipped in 
perfect condition. Carefully unpack your Color Blaster  color changer and 
remove the bag with components from the carton. Inspect equipment for 
shipping damage. If shipping damage has occurred, contact your Geni dealer 
immediately.

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Follow lamp installation instructions for your specific product. Always 
disconnect from power source before opening cover or servicing.

lamp. Like the lamp of CB-250, this lamp is a "cup lamp."

230V~50/60Hz power supply. It uses HLX 64653 ELC 24V/250W (50-hour) 

or 

120V~50/60Hz 

is 

there 

where 

use 

for 

designed 

is 

CB-250T 

It 

supply. 

CB-250 

Note: There  are  thre e type s  of Co lor Blas t e r co lor chang ers, e ac h of  which
uses a different lamp. Be sure to use the proper lamp for your unit.

Caution!  Lamp  and  metal  components  get  hot  during  operation.  Always
disconnect power  and  allo w un it  to co ol befo re chang ing lam

 p s or open ing

unit cover.

Lamp Installation

reflector.

referred to as a "cup lamp" because the bulb is in the  center  of  a  cup-shaped 

uses EXY 93510 GV5.3 82V/250W (200-hour) lamp. This lamp is sometimes 

power 

120V~50/60Hz 

is 

there 

where 

use 

for 

designed 

is 

  into the center of a reflector plate that is built into the unit.

  (50hour) or  EHJ  64657  G6.35  24V/250W  (300-hour ) lamp . This  lamp  slip s

  230V~50/60Hz   power   supply.   It    uses    EHJ   64655   G6.35   24V/250W 

or 

120V~50/60Hz 

is 

there 

where 

use 

for 

designed 

is 

CB-250B 

5. Replace unit cover (T2) and fasten screws (T3) firmly.

4. With your other hand, guide the lamp pins into the holes in the lamp socket. 
    Insert firmly.

3. Cover the  lamp  bulb  glass  with  a  lint-fre e clot h o r pape r. Ho ld th e covere d
    bulb in one  hand  and  inser t the  lamp  stem  through  th e hol e i n th e reflector
    cup.

2. Remove  lamp   from   packaging.  Read  lamp  instructions.  Grasp  the  lamp 
    stem, not the lamp bulb glass. Touching  the  glass  with  bare  hands  can  shorten 
  the lamp life. (Lamp not included with Color Blaster  color changer.)

1. Loosen the two screws (T3) on the unit cover (T2). Remove cover (T2).

CB-250B

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Problem: Lamp is not lit, but fan is operating.
Solution:

1. Disconnect power (D5).  Let  unit  cool.  

Check t he l amp. I 

f lamp is

     discolored or broken, r eplace i t w ith a  n ew la mp o f th e a ppropriate ty pe.

2. If lamp is not burnt or broken, re-insert it. If  you  accidentally  touch 
     the lamp bulb with your bare hands, wipe the bulb clean with a lint-free 

clo th.

Solution:

Problem: Lamp is not lit and fan (B1) is not spinning.

The following  tips  are  provide d t o he lp use rs so lve mi nor proble ms. Alw ays
refer servicing to qualified technicians. 

Trouble-shooting

1 .   C h e c k   f o r   p r o p e r   p o w e r   c o n n e c t i o n   a n d   s u p p l y.
2. Disconnect power supply. Use a flat-h ead screw driver to pr y open th e 
    fuse holder (B2) above the IEC power socket (B5). Check the fuse. If the 
     fuse  is discolo red, rathe r  than  clear,  replace it.  A replac ement  fuse  is 
  provided  in  the fuse holder. Always use appropriate type of fuse.

Close the case  ( 2),  tighten  case  screw s (T3) , an d reconnec t powe r.  If

T

unit still doesn't  operate  properly , refe r servicing  t o  a qualifie d servic e

technician.

2. Turn  on  self-test function, Functio n d ip swi tch #

  3 . If  unit ope rates

   properly, replace the original DMX signal cable with a  good  cable.

1. Check  DMX512  dip  switch  setting s (F4 ). Mak e su re un it is address ed
    properly. Make sure that Function dip switches (F3) 1-5 and 7 are off. 

Solution:

Problem: Colors don't change according to DMX512 slider positions.

3. Have a qualified service technician check the unit, including the stepper 
    motor and its driver, IC 2069.

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Section 3 - General Use

3.  Clean internal parts once a year with a brush and strong vacuum cleaner.

2.  Keep internal optical path free from dust or cobwebs.

1.  Wipe lens clean regularly.

To maintain maximum brightness, clean the unit regularly with a damp cloth o 

r

glass cleaner. Do not use alcohol or solvents.

Warning: Disconnect power and let unit cool before  handling.  Never  open  uni t
when in use. Keep away from water and other liquids.

Maintenance

4. Dispose lamps properly. Keep old lamps away from children and animals.

2. Note  that the   lamp   holder   assembly includes a lever. While holding the
   cup-shaped lamp reflector in one hand, pull the lever toward the back of the
   unit.
3. With one hand holding the lamp socket, gently pull the cup-shaped lamp 
   reflector stem out of the lamp socket.

1. Loosen the two screws (T3) on the lamp cover (T2). Remove cover (T2).

3. Dispose lamps properly. Keep old lamps away from children and animals.

2. 

With 

one hand on the lamp socke 

t, pu 

ll th 

e lam 

p stem

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1.  Loosen the two screws (T3) on the unit cover (T2). Remove cover (T2).

Disconnect power, let unit cool, then follow the directions below for your 
specific product.

Lamp Removal

CB-250B

CB-250 and CB-250T

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5. Replace unit cover (F2) and fasten screws (F3) firmly.

4. Slide  the  reflector  cup  fully  down  into  the  lamp  holder.  The  lamp  lever  will 
    move forward.

3  Holding the lamp reflector cup in one hand and the lamp socket in the other, 

.

   insert  the  lamp  pins  into  the  holes  in  the  lamp  socket.

2. Remove  lamp  from  pa ckaging.   Read   lamp   instructions .  Do   not   touc h  lam p
    bulb  with  bare  hands,  as  this  could damage the lamp. (Lamp not included with 
    Color Blaster    color changer.)

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2. "Daisy chain" the color changers as illustrated in DMX Basics. Always use 
    h

  igh q uality, t wisted p air 1 20 o hm sh ielded, 22  or 24  AW

  G, bra ided shi eld

 

    microphone cables and three-pin canon XLR connectors.

1. Use a 12-kg rated or stronger  clamp  to  fasten  Color  Blaste r  color  changer 
    bracket (T1) onto a  good t russ. A llowo ne m eter o n a ll si desfo r pr oper co oling.

 

    Keep  unit  away  from  liquids  a nd  f lammable i t ems. A  djust t il t a n d tig  hten

 

 

    bracket knob (T4).

Follow the steps below to install Color Blaster    color changer. 

Color Changer Installation

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1. Loosen the two screws (T3) on the unit cover (T2). Remove the cover.

CB-250 and CB-250T

3. Set Function dip switch #6. Flip the dip switch as appropriate with either a 
    toothpick or ballpoint pen.I n a reas w ith 5 0 H z p ower su pply, tu rn Fu ction dip 

 

    switch #6 off. In areas with 60 Hz power, turn Fuction dip switch #6 on.
4. Use appropriate power supply for your unit. Plug mains power supply cord 
    into  the unit's mains   IEC   power  s ocket  ( B5),  t hen  p lug  o ther e  nd  in to  
    appropriate power supply socket.
5. Adjust focus.  First,  turn  on  Function  dip  (F3 ) switc h #4 : a whi te sp ot w ill
    appear, then rotate lens until a good focus is obtained.

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5.  Please  refer  to   the  Color   Blaster   c olor  c hanger  D MX C

  hannel C

  ontrol  

     Diagr am for programming positions.

4.  Make sure that  your  power  source  and  th e uni t's specifie d pow er volta ge
     are the same.  Plug  power  cords  into  colo r change r IE C sock et (B5 ), th en
     connect effect units and controller to power source. 

2.  Set DMX512 dip switches settings. Use  a  toothpick  o r ballpoin t pe n t o fl ip
     dip switches to the appropriate address.  See  DMX  Basics f or i nformation. O

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     use Appendix 1 as reference.

3.  Activate Function dip switch #7 on the last in  a  series  of  units.  This  will k eep  
     the DMX signal clear.

1.  Link  DMX  signal  cables   to   each   unit   properly,   plugging   signa l  cable 
     connectors   into   c anon  c o

  nnectors (B  4  an d B5 ). (S e e  the gui de DM  X512

 

     Basics for more information.)

Each Color Blaster    c olor c hanger h as t wo D MX c hannels. T he fi rst ch annel  
controls strobe, rotation, and  color.  The  second  channel c ontrols d imming.  
Please see the DMX  Channel  Position Diagram  on t he n ext p age f or d etails.

Follow t he d irections b elow to  u se a D MX512 co ntroller w ith C olor Bl aster

   

color changer.

Section 2 - Operation

DMX512 Control

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Function Dip Switch Chart

The following functions are designed to enhance user convenience. Simply flip 
the appropriate function dip switch as shown to activate the desired function.

Function Dip Switches

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Note: Your color changer power supply should be disconnected when you 
adjust dip switches. Reconnect power supply after setting Function dip 
switches.

#1 Off
Activates DMX controller mode

#1 On
Activates 4-unit audio mode; Please 
refer to the audio control section.

#2 Off
Activates DMX controller mode

#3 Off
Activates DMX controller mode

#4 Off
Activates DMX controller mode

#5 Off
Activates DMX controller mode

#6 Off
50 Hz power supply

#7 Off
Normal DMX operation

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60 Hz power supply; Activate this dip 
switch if you have 60 Hz power supply.

#6 On

Not presently used

#5 On

Activates focus assistance;  A white spot 
appears for easy focusing.

#4 On

Activates self-test function;  Unit runs 
through a set pattern of actions.

#3 On

Activates 8-unit audio mode; Please 
refer to the audio control section.

#2 On

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DMX signal termination; Activate this on 
the last unit in a series of DMX 
equipment. This keeps the DMX signal 
free  from interference.

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To operate more units on audio control, "double up" the DMX dip switch 
addresses. For example, on the four-unit audio mode, the first, fifth, ninth, 
and 13th units (etc.) would have the same DMX starting address value, 1. 
And the second, sixth, tenth, (etc.) units would have the same dip switch 
starting address value, 3. Refer to the diagram below for assistance.

1. For an automatic, sound activated four-unit show, turn on Function dip 
switch #1 of the first unit in the daisy chain. For an automatic, sound 
activated eight-unit show, turn on Function dip switch #2 of the first unit in 
the daisy chain. Turn on the music. The light show will begin.

Color Blaster    color  changer  has  two  sound  activated  show s i n memor y.
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Audio Control for 4 or 8 Units

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DMX Dip
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Four-unit Audio Mode - DMX Dip Switch Settings

Eight-unit Audio Mode - DMX Dip Switch Settings

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Channel positions produce effects as indicated below.

DMX Channel Control Diagram

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Channel 2

Channel 1

Off

White

Pink

Lt. Blue

Yellow

Purple

Orange

Green

Red

Dark Blue

Blue Green

Light Pink

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Rainbow

Fast

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Strobe

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13 - 25

26 - 38

39 - 51

52 - 63

64 - 76

77 - 89

90 - 102

103 - 115

116 - 127

128 - 140

141 - 153

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192

Dimming

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Closed

Open

For  example,  when  using  a  DMX512  controller  on  channel  one, from 
position 103 to 115, a red-colored light will be projected. On channel two, 
at position 255, light output will be on full power.

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Color Changer Units

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DMX Dip
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1, 9, 17, 25, 33, 41

2, 10, 18, 26, 34, 42

3, 11, 19, 27, 35, 43

4, 12, 20, 28, 36, 44

5, 13, 21, 29, 37, 45

6, 14, 22, 30, 38, 46

7, 15, 23, 31, 39, 47

8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48

Note: Up to
48 color
changers can
be operated
in the four-  
unit or eight-
unit audio 
modes, or in
DMX mode.
Keep DMX
cable length
within 100 meters
from the controller
to the last
color changer.

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