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5R Spot Pro cyan, yellow, magenta color error

Carpentermit ·
5R spot pro with a cyan yellow and magenta color error tried replacing the CMY unit with a know working one to no avail. Any thoughts?
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Using MIDI with Alcorn McBride WinScript

phillipmaz ·
I'm designing a 4D simulation using an Alcorn McBride V16 Pro as the base controller. For the lights, the V16 has MIDI out which I'm sending to an SD2 lighting board. The issue is that the MIDI format is different than standard MIDI. Does anyone know any workarounds for this? Particularly if you've had experience using WinScript to program MIDI cues. I don't know if there is a way for the MIDI message to automatically convert to Elation's format or if there is a specific I/O or variable I...
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SD1 and Generic Dimmer pack programming

SquireDude ·
I have an SD1 that is working fine but I have recently purchased a couple of Optima Matrix Pro dimmer packs. THey are supposed to work in 1, 2, and 4 channel modes. They work in 1 and 2 channel modes but fail in 4 channel mode. I have contacted the seller but they have no answers. I have suggested several times that it may be my programming but they are not familiar with the SD1. I am creating it as a Generic Dimmer and assigning 4 channels to it. I have tried 4 different dimmer packs and...
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Re: 5R Spot Pro cyan, yellow, magenta color error

ELA GINES ·
greetings, you may have a bad pcb. Please remove the arm covers and inspect the Caps for swelling.. if ok try exchanging IC HY483n-3U01
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Re: Using MIDI with Alcorn McBride WinScript

ELA GINES ·
Good morning, i will refer this one to our show designer engineer Ken. it may take a day or so, just an fyi
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Re: Using MIDI with Alcorn McBride WinScript

sdman ·
The SD2 uses standard MIDI continuous controller messages to trigger scenes. As long as you can generate those from you software you should be able to create cues. The SD2 manual has a page that shows how to make the message. Controller messages work better than notes for this controller due to the large number of scene slots.
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Re: SD1 and Generic Dimmer pack programming

SquireDude ·
Hi, After multiple tests using either of the Generic Dimmers definitions… I found that one definition is only 2 chnl and the other definition is 3 chnls. Instead of defining it as a Generic Dimmer pack I used RGBW and now I have all 4 channels working fine. Thanks, Phillip
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Re: SD1 and Generic Dimmer pack programming

Jingles8302 ·
Hi, this should all work fine, as long as the patch is correct and the packs themselves are in the correct mode and address, if it works in 1 and 2ch, it should work in 4ch.
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