Hi! Whenever I try to fade some scenes and switches on my design spot 250 pros they do a position reset before going to the next position. Now, most of my scenes do these but two of them don't. This happens when my pan changes but not my tilt in these scenes any help is appreciated.
i mean they do their position reset whenever I turn them on. then lets say I want them to go to the drums. They go to the drums but then if I want them to go to the keys and I press the keys scene instead of just fading to that position they fade to their home position then to they keys scene. but they do not stop at the home position they just fade into them home position and continue to their next destination. Usually the same thing for tilt
Greetings, please email me at gines dot gines at elation lighting dot com. also just a heads up parts for the DS250pro are no longer available. also let me know what issues you are having, i maybe able to point you in the right direction.
A bit of a shot in the dark but decided to ask here... In the past (2011 or so), requests for service manuals would usually get a response of "Send me your email and I'll forward one to you". Is that still possible today? I have two 250 Pros I need to revive for my church. (I already downloaded the User Manual...) Any help is greatly appreciated!!
I'm having issues finding the correct omega brackets for these fixtures - do they have a universal or interchangeable size bracket with another fixture like say Martin 250 Entour? The holes measure 7" from the centers. Surely this isn't the only fixture with this size bracket.
To whom it may concern, Greetings, just wanted to let you know that this forum is strictly for Elation lighting fixtures and products. You would need to contact Martin direct, for assistance with your fixture. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Hello Forum members. Sure hope you can help me. I'm am a union sound guy working in the industry for the local and only have a basic knowledge of lighting instruments. I recently purchased 8 Martin Mac 250 Kryptons at auction. I really don't have a DMX console to run them thru, but there is one at work, an ETC Element, that i am vaguely familiar with. 3 of the units work flawlessly, one needs a tilt belt after a Halloween decoration (spider webbing) incident, and 1 has a jumpy pan motor when...
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