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Stairville HL 40 DMX

Color Changer from Stairville .

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Stairville HL 40 DMXPublished on 05/03/07 at 15:35
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I possde 2 for 2 years that I control with the small console dedicates CA32.

Prsentation:
This color changer is exactly the MH Diffusion ICOLOR4 that sells (more expensive) under the brand JB Systems.
It is still found in the name ICOLOR4 many other brands.

See the website of the designer ACME Tawan: http://www.acmeco.com.tw/icolorbtm.htm
Manufacturing in China.

Projector room compact, strong and powerful with trs 2000 W max.

Opening angle of the beam: about 90 in all directions.

Imagine 4 halognes garden lights mounted in a cabinet in the same black sheet metal, including lamps instead of being being protected by transparent glasses have filters in place of......
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I possde 2 for 2 years that I control with the small console dedicates CA32.

Prsentation:
This color changer is exactly the MH Diffusion ICOLOR4 that sells (more expensive) under the brand JB Systems.
It is still found in the name ICOLOR4 many other brands.

See the website of the designer ACME Tawan: http://www.acmeco.com.tw/icolorbtm.htm
Manufacturing in China.

Projector room compact, strong and powerful with trs 2000 W max.

Opening angle of the beam: about 90 in all directions.

Imagine 4 halognes garden lights mounted in a cabinet in the same black sheet metal, including lamps instead of being being protected by transparent glasses have filters in place of dichoques red, yellow, green and blue.
With the indoor cabinet card DMX to control 4 lights with built-in drives.

Components protgent lamps in strong position, and in the open position vitent the glare of the audience.

Do not rely on these components for the beam width rduire because they mask the diffrent DIFFERENT lights and the colors become all but homognes.

A double lyre can land the aircraft on the ground or a structure to suspend the intermdiaire a hook.

the rear:

-2 Fans for cooling. Silencienx Trs.

-2 Bases XLR3 DMX IN and OUT.

Dip-switches to select the DMX address, or to Master mode to order as many as other iColor DSIR.

-Potentiomtre with switch to select micro + DIFFERENT autonommes modes: either rainbow trs slow or chases commands through music.

Jack-A base for tlcommande simplifies CA8.
DMX control:
In 4-channel with a channel rpartition strange as looks to discomomo.
Difficult to control with one DMX cmassique.

Small console dedicates CA32:
To get the quintessence, use the small console dedicates CA32:

It contains a lot of buttons to choose which 9 9 fixed colors, plus others to choose the operating modes including a black-out progressive ten seconds and instant restrike even when you press on button.

Plus 3 faders:

Fader 1: Choice of 32 colors, or choice of 12 chases, some brilliant, others more gentle, the other with a trs many colors, some quite violent by alternating two colors as complmentaires yellow / blue or green / red etc.
A rainbow with slow rotation of all the colors of the rainbow by 128 not-too-distant.

Fader 2: speed chases or dfile of the rainbow

Fader 3: Global Brightness (dimmer general).

The console also possde an internal microphone for control of chases on the music.

the rear: ON / OFF for DMX output channels XLR3 1 4 (unchangeable), plus a 4-pin XLR for pdalier optional.

There is an optional pdalier to control the foot to CA32 retouve little prs all functions.

There is also a tlcommande CA8 Dangle simplifies to the structure for COMAND ICOLOR4 directly with a few buttons.

These commands are for prvues diskjockey or a musician who control the lighting while doing something else.

Lighting:
Trs powerful with 4 lamps of 500 W.

Color quite nice. The blue is intense and trs is a compromise to get enough of lights with lamps halognes which produce little blue.

Glossy white power.

Warning: the edges of large bundles trs, filters lose their effectiveness dichroques and send a color drawing gradually to white.
By way of contrast, is believed to see the color complmentaire.

So if we send the red, the edges of vaisceaux appear green, and rciproquement.

This effect is clearly seen by projecting on a white surface Lumire uniform.

But the use is not trsgnant because you learn to direct the Lumire Manir phnomne that this does not see.

Use:
lighting large areas such as CycloDS colors.

J'claire often concerts In the afternoon in a tent all white: there comes a lot of lights solar, and may not - have complete darkness.

No need to beam against that black background, leave their mark in the fog color.

So I put a white face lighting.

My 2 ICOLOR4 clairent the white canvas derrire the orchestra and produce the only Lumire colors.
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DMX easy !!!!!

Stairville HL 40 DMXPublished on 07/22/11 at 01:36
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I place this topiq because I really do not understand what I have read on the DMX address
I do not know about and icolor quadcolor but the STAIRVILLE, the switch 10 is used to select the mode and DMX mode 2 it is configured in four channels each channel is assigned to the intensity of each lamp (dimmer)

No one mode is not very useful

it is necessary to just lower the switch 10
is no more complicated

to 118 euros in toto, we must not hesitate

I also read that icolor / quadcolor and use other copies 2000w! So two machines disjonctent a 16A
it's true that if we send the four-color background and once that is super rare ... is not the principle of this machine is a changer......
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I place this topiq because I really do not understand what I have read on the DMX address
I do not know about and icolor quadcolor but the STAIRVILLE, the switch 10 is used to select the mode and DMX mode 2 it is configured in four channels each channel is assigned to the intensity of each lamp (dimmer)

No one mode is not very useful

it is necessary to just lower the switch 10
is no more complicated

to 118 euros in toto, we must not hesitate

I also read that icolor / quadcolor and use other copies 2000w! So two machines disjonctent a 16A
it's true that if we send the four-color background and once that is super rare ... is not the principle of this machine is a changer "color" and not a projector 2000w
if it is a fair bit in power simply set its HL40/quadcolor/icolor dmx mode 2, and not to remove any fader to over 50% at the same time, for example to meet a 16 A plug
the four faders are raised to 50% is 1000w power is already more than enough for me at night I light the face of a castle with 1500 W halogen
wholesale should not too alarmed with the famous 2000w even on the automatic rhythm of the music I've never seen the four lamps all thoroughly
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  • Manufacturer: Stairville
  • Model: HL 40 DMX
  • Category: Color Changers
  • Added in our database on: 09/26/2006

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