It can be fastened directly to a suitable surface, hung with a rigging clamp, or placed directly on a level surface. While it was down I changed the lamp as it was about time and hoped this would solve the issue. Touche', I may have been too hasty in my reply. While it was down I changed the lamp as it was about time and hoped this would solve the issue. The multi-layer dichroic reflector minimizes thermal stress and delivers a beautifully even beam.
I just took my entire rig down for a deep clean 6 250 washes, 6 250 Krypton and 4 250 Entour all went smoothly which is rare and apart from the fact that the smoke fluid I use is clearly causing massive build ups of dust, the rig located and ran as fine. I think the entours can tell you their base and head temp, make sure nothing is out of the ordinary there before moving onto checking the temperature sensor below : As stated it could also be the temperature sensor. I haven't changed the voltage or the frequency and all of the fans are connected and seem to be working. The prism should be able to rotate freely. It's been a while since I have been inside a 250, so I may be taking out my other end.
A hard reset brings them back on line. The number of lamp on commands is irrelevant. . The error then comes up to tell you that it cannot possibly strike the lamp because the lamp is too hot to do so. Secure the gobo with the retention spring. Although with the lamp striking and staying on suggests its not an actual heat issue, or the thermal fuse would have tripped causing the unit to lamp off. When applying lubricant, always remove excess and do not get oil on other parts.
Does anyone have any suggestions it's really annoying that my rig is all back looking clean and running smooth except for this one fixture. Maybe grab a working one from another unit and test it. G O B O O R I E N T A T I O N Figure 4 shows the correct orientation for different gobo types. If you're using a Strand 520 or similar make sure that you 'capture' that channel at the correct percentage for 'shutter open' which you can find in the manual on page 39 in the manual. Press the filter forwards slightly to release it and then grasp it by the edges and remove.
Position Color Yellow 603 Blue 104. The maintenance schedule will depend on the application and should be discussed with your Martin distributor. I have also seen that error on a voltage drop. See if this solves the issue. Installing any other lamp may damage the fixture. Excessive dust, grease, and smoke fluid buildup degrades performance and causes overheating and damage that is not covered by the warranty. The strange thing is that the lamp itself has struck so it's not the ignitor and I don't think it's the balast.
If not, then yes it could be a faulty sensor. A new and improved glass reflector produces extremely high light output. The 16-bit precision gobo wheel houses 7 slots plus open, and the new design makes gobo changes fast and easy. My bet is on the light sensor I just had one go that was causing me all sorts of issues trying to get to the source of the issue! Check your lighting console to check what it is outputting on the 'reset' channel. Figure 3: Clamp mounting bracket Warning! All Martin Professional catalogs and technical brochures. Push the gobo out from the back and remove. That is not strictly true.
Cheers A concurrent post has been automatically merged from this point on. Cheers, -w The first thing to check as stated is the light sensor. Attach an approved safety cable to the attachment point provided in the base. Matt Cowles is correct here. Does anyone have any suggestions it's really annoying that my rig is all back looking clean and running smooth except for this one fixture. Most poeple are correct to suggest looking at the light sensor circuit. The strange thing is that the lamp itself has struck so it's not the ignitor and I don't think it's the balast.
No other lubricant is approved for use. It should be between 8 and 19%. I usually create a macro that will send that channel to a 'safe' percentage, and then create another macro which will send that channel to 100% to lamp off. Instead whereas before it was an intermittent error, now it is constant. This is located on the main metal divider between the lamp assembly and modules. It cannot be dispalyed before the lamp has been struck as it only occurs after a lamp on command has been sent to the fixture.
This is, from my experience, prone to dry joints due to the heat its subjected to. I haven't changed the voltage or the frequency and all of the fans are connected and seem to be working. Up to 32 devices may be connected on a serial link. It should be top left on the side you take the modules out from. Instead whereas before it was an intermittent error, now it is constant. Other possibility is that the heat sensor is failing.
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