Channels can be reassigned within fixture groups, fader direction can be reversed on any channel, and fade mode can be set on any channel. Six chases consisting of up to steps can be programmed. Chases can be played manually using up and down buttons as a scene mode. Chase fade time and speed can be controlled during automatic chase playback. Chases can be played by sound triggering. Chases can be run individually or stacked.
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Channels can be reassigned within fixture groups, fader direction can be reversed on any channel, and fade mode can be set on any channel. Six chases consisting of up to steps can be programmed. Chases can be played manually using up and down buttons as a scene mode. Chase fade time and speed can be controlled during automatic chase playback. Chases can be played by sound triggering. Chases can be run individually or stacked. Individual fixtures can be operated over top of chases.
In addition to preset chases, individual fixtures can be operated manually, either individually or in a group allowing some to be used for area lighting while others are performing sequenced chases. Consider the Stage Designer 50 for that role.
Consider the Obey 70 for that role. Consider Obey 40 or 70 for these. The Obey 10 controller features a great deal of functionality condensed into a modest number of multifunction controls which do different things depending on the current mode. These control functions can be divided into groups by function: Mode Selection, Configuration, and Execution.
Generally speaking, mode controls maintain their current status until explicitly changed. The 'step' indicator turns on. The 'step' indicator turns off. Faders can be assigned to channels or channels assigned to faders so that its possible to assign all sixteen DMX channels of a fixture to just one fader or all sixteen faders to one DMX channel.
It's also possible that after reassignment, some faders may not have any channels assigned to them or vice versa. Multiple fixtures can be patched simultaneosly. The 'step' indicator turns on and the display shows a "r" in the first position. The 'step' indicator turns off and display no longer shows "r" in the first position. This mode allows the direction faders move to be reversed so, for example, moving a fader up causes the fixture to move upward instead of downward.
The 'step' indicator turns on and the display shows a "F" in the first position. The 'step' indicator turns off and the display no longer shows an "F" in the first position. Certain features of moving lights expect a switched on - off control signal rather than a variable dmx value. Individual faders can be changed from variable to binary output.
LCD Display "Program"" indicator starts flashing. LCD Display "Program" indicator turns off. The left most digit in the display indicates the current chase, the right three digits indicate the current step within that chase. Chase "0" is independent mode where fixtures can be operated manually while remaining in auto or music mode. This allows some fixtures to be used for area lighting and the others for chases.
LCD Display will have no indicators lit. Music mode synchronizes the chase speed to the music beat. The 'Blackout' indicator begins flashing. The 'Blackout' indicator turns off. This mode disables any output from the controller allowing blind programming or the ability to take the stage to black during the performance. System Reset returns the device to factory defaults. The primary purpose is to reset channel assignments, fader reverses, fade disable, and chase programs.
It works in any mode. LCD Display Step indicator is lit. Lights will flash indicating the assignment has been saved. Repeat the process until all reassignments are complete for all channels. Note: Some faders may not have channels associated with them orphaned faders. When all reassignments are complete, exit the mode. To assign faders to channels non preferred Check "Step" is active.
Repeat the process until all reassignments are complete for all faders. Note: Some channels may not have faders associated with them orphaned channels. Channels with multiple faders assigned will function as "pile on" or highest takes precendence HTP. To facilitate programming and manual operation, it is useful to conform fixture functions so that the various functions are mapped to the same faders by some convention. See table below for a possible convention chart. It is far more intuitive to assign channels to faders than faders to channels and mixing the methods is chaotic at best and should be avoided.
Since channel patching is relative within a fixture, you don't need to be concerned with actual DMX offsets. To copy assignments from one fixture to another: Check "Step" is active. Press and hold [ADD] button note: three buttons are being held. Release [ADD] button. Lights flash indicating success.
Repeat until all copies are done. When all copies are complete, exit the mode. Fixture copying does not copy Fader Reverses because they have more to do with fixture placement and orientation, that is, identical fixture types may have different reversal patterns. The current assignment is shown to the right of the fader number on the right two digits of the display.
Repeat the process until all reassignments of interest have been viewed. When finished viewing channel assignments, exit the mode. LCD Display Step indicator is lit and 'r' is displayed in first position. Repeat the process until all faders of interest have been set. When finished reversing faders, exit the mode.
This is a powerful feature that allows fixtures to move by convention: up moves fixtures up, left, or upstage, down moves fixtures down, right or downstage. See chart below as an example. The current reversal status is shown to the right of the fader number on the display. Repeat the process until all reversal statuses of interest have been viewed.
When finished viewing fader reversals, exit the mode. When finished changing modes, exit the mode. Generally, fader mode switching is only needed for the gobo controllers but any fader can be changed.
In switched mode, dmx output is either zero or and is appropriate for fixture channels that need binary on and off control. The current fader mode status is shown to the right of the fader number on the display. Repeat the process until all fader modes of interest have been viewed. When finished viewing fader mode assignments, exit the mode. LCD Display "Program" indicator is flashing. Lights flash indicating chase has been cleared. When finished clearing chases, exit the mode.
Select Page A. Adjust faders 1—8 to get desired look. Select Page B. Adjust 9—16 to get desired look. Repeat above steps until the look is complete. All lights flash indicating successful insertion.
Repeat for next step. When finished inserting steps, exit the mode. Note: When moving from Page A to B or Page B to A, you must move each fader slightly to get the controller to recognize the new setting.
All lights flash to indicate success. When finished removing steps, exit the mode. When finished viewing steps, exit the mode. When finished editing steps, exit the mode. All selected fixtures will behave as controlled. Note 1: selected chases play in sequential order and can be toggled on and off as needed. Note 2: chases can be overridden by manual operation of fixtures and faders HTP. Note 3: chases can be blacked out but will continue to run.
Note 3: audio is picked up by a microphone sensor in the controller and there is no level control. Note 4: chases can be blacked out but will continue to run.
No warranty express or implied exists with respect to the accuracy of information contained within and users are advised to use the information contained within at their own risk.
User manual CHAUVET Obey 40 DMX Controller OBEY 40
Have no fear! In the videos below, I show you all the basics that you need in order to thrive on the Obey 40! This console here is one that I really like for people who are just getting started with some basic lighting. You just really need some basic control of twelve unique fixtures, which are over here, and to be able to create some basic scenes and maybe some chases and play them back.
Chauvet Obey 10 Owner's Manual
Quick Links. Download this manual See also: User Manual. User Manual. Table of Contents. Author: Anthony Chiappone Page 4: Before You Begin In the event that a fixture must be returned to the factory, it is important that the fixture be returned in the original factory box and packing.
Chauvet Obey 40 User Manual
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