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User's Manual for Linear LED Wall Washers-IP20

This manual includes important information about checking after receiving the product, cautions, working environment of the product, user's responsibilities and operation instructions, please read it carefully before you use the product.

Product Checking

1) Unpack and carefully examine the product.
2) Report any damage and save all packing material if any part is damaged during the transportation.
3) Do not attempt to use this device if it is damaged.

Cautions

1) This device shall be installed and operated by a qualified electrician or technician in accordance with all relevant local codes.
2) Risk of electric shock. Ensure that the power supply is off when wiring or soldering the sections of the device.
3) Do not use sharp tools near or on the surface of the device.
4) DO not plug them into power when the product is still in package.
5) Don't use anything to cover the fixture during application.
6) Make sure the ground wire connected well to avoid electric shock due to metal housing.
7) Don't use this product in close environment.
8) If this product appears to be damaged, do not attempt any repair, please contact your dealer.

Working Environment

This product is suitable for indoor and outdoor use, and applicable for both dry and damp environments.

User Responsibilities

It is the responsibility of the contractor, installer, purchaser, owner, and user to install, maintain, and operate the device in such a manner as to comply with all state and local laws, ordinances, and regulations.
Note: The instructions and precautions set forth in this user guide are not necessarily all-inclusive, all conceivable, or relevant to all applications, FOBSUN Electronics cannot anticipate all conceivable or unique situations.

Operation Instructions

Working Mode

(1) Independent mode; (2) DMX mode; (3) Master/Slave mode

Function & Setup

(1) Independent mode

Plug in the light into the power (w.o. DMX signal), the 3 digital LEDs will show the present built-in program and parameters; then press button A, the second digital LED will flash, press button B to adjust the parameter (range 1-9 and A-H) to select the built-in program; when press button A once again, the third digital LED will flash, and also the button B can be pressed to choose the parameter, the corresponding flash digital LED increased one bit (range 1-9), see the following diagram:

Function and Parameter Sheet

2nd digital LED

Description

3rd digital LED

0

Blackout

Null

1

Static Red

1-9 Brightness

2

Static Green

1-9 Brightness

3

Static Yellow (R+G)

1-9 Brightness

4

Static Blue

1-9 Brightness

5

Static Purple (R+B)

1-9 Brightness

6

Static Cyan (G+B)

1-9 Brightness

7

Static White (R+G+B)

1-9 Brightness

8

Multicolor Jumping

1-9 Speed

9

Multicolor Fading

1-9 Speed

A

Multicolor Flashing

1-9 Speed

b

Rainbow Flow

1-9 Speed

C

Single Color Flow

1-9 Speed

d

Roll Flow from Side

1-9 Speed

E

Roll Flow from Middle

1-9 Speed

F

Pixel Accumulation

1-9 Speed

G

Single Pixel Roll Flow

1-9 Speed

H

Falling Star Effect

1-9 Speed

(2) DMX mode

DMX Addressing Mode

When the digital LED is not flashing, press button A, digital LED begin to flash, press A once, active digital LEDs moves backward, you can start to edit the second digital LED. Press B, the corresponding flash digital LED increases one bit (the value is between 1 to 9).

DMX Channel Mode

3CH: All Red LED-Channel 1; All Green LED-channel 2; All Blue LED-Channel 3. 30CH: Each LED occupies one channel. 60CH: Each LED occupies one channel. Enter or quit DMX mode automatically once detecting valid signal.

DMX Channel Option Sheet:

S/N.

Digital LED Display

LED Pixel (total 60 LED/power LED 1W, 20 Pixel; R, G, B/Pixel)

Dimmer

Strobe

Rainbow

 

1

2

3

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

 

 

5

C

6

3

CH3

CH6

CH9

CH12

CH15

CH18

CH21

CH24

CH27

CH30

CH33

CH36

CH39

CH42

CH45

CH48

CH51

CH54

CH57

CH60

CH61

CH62

CH63

CH2

CH5

CH8

CH11

CH14

CH17

CH20

CH23

CH26

CH29

CH32

CH35

CH38

CH41

CH44

CH47

CH50

CH53

CH56

CH59

CH1

CH4

CH7

CH10

CH13

CH16

CH19

CH22

CH25

CH28

CH31

CH34

CH37

CH40

CH43

CH46

CH49

CH52

CH55

CH58

 

 

 

4

C

3

3

CH3/B

CH6/B

CH9/B

CH12/B

CH15/B

CH18/B

CH21/B

CH24/B

CH27/B

CH30/B

CH31

CH32

CH33

CH2/G

CH5/G

CH8/G

CH11/G

CH14/G

CH17/G

CH20/G

CH23/G

CH26/G

CH29/G

CH1/R

CH4/R

CH7/R

CH10/R

CH13/R

CH16/R

CH19/R

CH22/R

CH25/R

CH28/R

 

 

 

3

C

1

5

CH3 (Blue LED)

CH6 (Blue LED)

CH9 (Blue LED)

CH12 (Blue LED)

CH13

CH14

CH15

CH2 (Green LED)

CH5 (Green LED)

CH8 (Green LED)

CH11 (Green LED)

CH1 (Red LED)

CH4 (Red LED)

CH7 (Red LED)

CH10 (Red LED)

 

 

 

2

C

0

9

CH3 (all Blue LED in Left half Part)

CH6 (all Blue LED in Right half Part)

CH7

CH8

CH9

CH2 (all Green LED in Left half Part)

CH5 (all Green LED in Right half Part)

CH1 (all Red LED in Left half Part)

CH4 (all Red LED in Right half Part)

 

 

 

1

C

0

6

CH3 (all Blue LED)

CH4

CH5

CH6

CH2 (all Green LED)
CH1 (all Red LED)

Channel of Dimmer

It will allow controlling intensity of the light power. The 1-255 DMX values will correspond to 0-100% of intensity, 100% is the maximum intensity that the LED can deliver. So it will depend on the intensity value chosen for the three colors which means that the modification of intensity mustn¡¯t change the temperature of color selected previously. E.g. in DMX mode C06, CH1 is 102 (red: 40%), CH2 is 51 (green: 20%), CH3 is 204 (blue: 80%), if we setup the CH4 as 128 (50%), then the Red will be 51 (256*40%*50%), green 25 (256*20%*50%), blue 102 (256*80%*50%).

Channel Strobe

It will allow choosing between different effects in function of the DMX value. The different effects should be:

DMX Value

Effect

 

DMX Value

Effect

001-015

Shutter open

104-109

Strobe at the frequency of 17Hz

016-021

Strobe at the frequency of 1Hz

110-114

Strobe at the frequency of 18Hz

022-026

Strobe at the frequency of 2Hz

115-120

Strobe at the frequency of 19Hz

027-032

Strobe at the frequency of 3Hz

121-127

Strobe at the frequency of 20Hz

033-037

Strobe at the frequency of 4Hz

128-135

Pulse open effect low speed close effect low speed

038-043

Strobe at the frequency of 5Hz

136-143

Pulse open effect low speed close effect medium speed

044-048

Strobe at the frequency of 6Hz

144-151

Pulse open effect low speed close effect high speed

049-054

Strobe at the frequency of 7Hz

152-159

Pulse open effect medium speed close effect low speed

055-059

Strobe at the frequency of 8Hz

160-167

Pulse open effect medium speed close effect medium speed

060-065

Strobe at the frequency of 9Hz

168-175

Pulse open effect medium speed close effect high speed

066-070

Strobe at the frequency of 10Hz

176-183

Pulse open effect high speed close effect low speed

071-076

Strobe at the frequency of 11Hz

184-191

Pulse open effect high speed close effect medium speed

077-081

Strobe at the frequency of 12Hz

192-199

Pulse open effect high speed close effect high speed

082-087

Strobe at the frequency of 13Hz

200-207

Random strobe effect low speed

088-092

Strobe at the frequency of 14Hz

208-215

Random strobe effect medium speed

093-098

Strobe at the frequency of 15Hz

216-223

Random strobe effect high speed

099-103

Strobe at the frequency of 16Hz

224-255

Shutter close

The pulse effect corresponds to the light up and the quenching of the light. The light stay turned on at the maximum of intensity selected during 1 second. The three different speeds correspond to three different times of increasing (open effect) or decreasing (close effect) of the light intensity. Low speed means 1 second, medium speed means 0.5 second, and high speed means 0.1 second.

Channel of Rainbow

It makes a fade on the entire visible spectrum with 6 color of reference which are Red-Yellow-Green-Blue-Pink and White. The value of the DMX will correspond to the time necessary to achieve the fade of the entire visible spectrum. Each increasing by one of the DMX value corresponds to an increasing by 10 seconds of the time. The following table shows example of time for different DMX values:

DMX Value

Time

 

DMX Value

Time

000

Full spectrum flow: 10s

128

Spectrum fading: 10s

001

Full spectrum flow: 20s

129

Spectrum fading: 20s

002

Full spectrum flow: 30s

130

Spectrum fading: 30s

003

Full spectrum flow: 40s

131

Spectrum fading: 40s

 

050

Full spectrum flow: 8min 30s

150

Spectrum fading: 3min 40s

100

Full spectrum flow: 16min 50s

200

Spectrum fading: 12min 10s

127

Full spectrum flow: 21min 20s

255

Spectrum fading: 21min 20s

Rainbow spectrum: Red->Orange->Yellow->Green->Cyan->Blue->White......->Purple->Pink......etc, total 21 colors.

(3) Master/Slave mode

Choose any one light as the master for attaining auto online function, the operations are as below: firstly, set the address of master as 001, others are set as slave (address can be any one except oo1); change function of the master (001) light, then all lights will work synchronously;

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