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P i l o t 1 1 1600 20 channels dmx controller user manual rel.
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P i l o t 1 1 1600 20 channels dmx controller user manual rel.

Pilot 111600

20 channels dmx controller

P i l o t 1 1 1600 20 channels dmx controller user manual rel. 1.03
P i l o t 1 1 1600 20 channels dmx controller user manual rel. 1.03
P i l o t 1 1 1600 20 channels dmx controller user manual rel. 1.03
P i l o t 1 1 1600 20 channels dmx controller user manual rel. 1.03
P i l o t 1 1 1600 20 channels dmx controller user manual rel. 1.03
P i l o t 1 1 1600 20 channels dmx controller user manual rel. 1.03
P i l o t 1 1 1600 20 channels dmx controller user manual rel. 1.03
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General Indications

Read the instructions in this manual carefully, as they give important indications regarding safety dur- ing the unit’s installation, use and maintenance.

Make certain to keep this manual with the unit for future consultation. If the unit is sold to or used by another operator, make sure that the manual is always with the unit to enable the new owner or user to read about its operation and relative instructions.

• Not for residential use.

• After having removed the packaging, check that the unit isn’t damaged in any way: if you have any

doubts, don’t use the unit and contact an authorized SGM service centre.

• Packaging material (plastic bags, polystyrene, nails, etc.) must be kept out of the reach of children, as it could be dangerous.

• This unit must only be operated by adults. Don’t allow children to tamper or play with it.

• Any electrical work required for installing the unit must be carried out by qualified electricians or other people with sufficient experience. Avoid using the unit:

• in places subject to excessive damp (ideal conditions are between 35% and 80%)

• in places subject to vibration or the risk of bumps

• in places in which the temperature is above 45° or below 2°C

• Do not dismantle or modify the unit

• Make certain that no inflammable liquids, water, metal objects or other foreign bodies enter the unit.

• Should any liquid enter the unit, turn off the power supply immediately.

• Should there be any serious operating problem with the unit, switch it off and take it to the nearest authorized SGM service centre for a check-up or contact the manufacturer directly.

• Never open the unit: there are no user-replaceable parts inside.

• Never try to repair the unit yourself. Repairs carried out by inexperienced people can cause further damage or serious malfunction: contact the nearest authorized SGM service centre.

Always insist that any spares fitted are original.

Safeguard the environment: don’t throw batteries, accumulators or packages into your trash can: return them to your retailer or take them to the nearest special waste collection point.

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trash can: return them to your retailer or take them to the nearest special waste collection

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Index

1

General indications

2

Index

3

Chapter 1 - Pilot 1600’s structure

3

Chapter 1.1 - Main features

4

Chapter 1.2 - Display and keyboard

5

Chapter 1.3 - Pilot 1600 controls

6

Chapter 2 - Starting to use the Pilot 1600

7

Chapter 2.1 - Soft Patch

7

Chapter 3 - Manual operation

8

Chapter 4 - Using the Program mode

9

Chapter 5 - Using the Record mode

10

Chapter 6 - Copy function

12

Chapter 7 - Advanced functions

12

Chapter 7.1 - Set-up

12

Chapter 7.2 - Edit UNLBL

13

Chapter 7.3 - Edit EFLBL

13

Chapter 7.4 - CFG UNIT

15

Chapter 7.5 - CFG RESVAL

15

Chapter 7.6 - CFG LMPVAL

16

Chapter 7.7 - Store & Load File

17

Chapter 7.8 - Back-up and restore

18

Chapter 7.9 - Menu & Copy enable/disable

19

Chapter 7.10 - Soft Patch reset

20

Chapter 8 - Remote fixture controls

20

Chapter 8.1 - Remote reset

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Chapter 8.2 - Remote lamp on/off

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Made in Italy by SGM Electronic Printed in September, 1998 • Rel. 1.03

1. Pilot 1600’s structure

1.1 Main features

The Pilot 1600 is a controller for scanners or intelligent lighting fixtures which use a maximum of 20 control channels and DMX 512 protocol. The unit’s main feature is its flexibility: data regarding the fixtures which it controls is in fact stored in a built-in library, to which new fixtures can be added up to a maximum of 64. For each of these, logic channels different from the physical ones can be allocated, thus simplifying connection with the fix- tures controlled. Pilot 1600 controls 16 programs, each of which is made up of a maximum of 16 scenes and 16 records made up of program sequences of up to a maximum of 100 steps (each step contains a pro- gram and Speed and Rate settings). Speed is the speed with which the scanners’ mirrors moves (Pan and Tilt), whereas Rate is the rate at which the unit passes from scene to scene in a program: both can be changed at any time while the program is running. It’s also possible to control some fixtures manually - even while a program is running - and add fix- tures to or remove them from the group under manual control. Pilot 1600 also allows operators to store programs in protected areas and to transfer stored data to other units.

1.2 Display and keyboard

All Pilot 1600 control parameters are shown on the alphanumerical display, which shows the following

 

PILOT-1600

 

message when the unit is switched on

VERS. 1.03

. Parameters which can be modified by the

operator can be changed using the cursor keys

The various operating modes available are selected using the “Keyboard mode” keyboard. According to the operating mode, keys 1-16 are used to select the unit to control, the program or record to be run or the fixture to be controlled manually.

or the Data Entry slider.

fixture to be controlled manually. or the Data Entry slider. music sync edit keyboard Pilot 16001600
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scene
manual
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speed
rate
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1.3 Pilot 1600 controls

All Pilot’s control functions are accessible via a tree structure shown in the diagram below. The cursor keys or the Data Entry are used to move, access to the various commands is given with the

key and theto move, access to the various commands is given with the key is used to exit

access to the various commands is given with the key and the key is used to

key is used to exit the command. When operators leave the command,

SAVE? Y/N

ENT/ESC

When operators leave the command, SAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC the Pilot displays the following message: to return
When operators leave the command, SAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC the Pilot displays the following message: to return

the Pilot displays the following message:

to return to the previous level without confirming any changes. When the Pilot 1600 is switched on,

. Press

to confirm, or

 

PILOT-1600

 

the following message is displayed:

VERS. 1.03

. This message appears for 3 seconds, after

PROGR=_ SCENE=_ ÷ .
PROGR=_
SCENE=_
÷
.

which the following is appears

to select the program to be used.

: now press any of the keys numbered from 1 to 16

Pilot 1600 command layout Menù Principale Main Menu Edit Program Edit Record Soft Patch Setup
Pilot 1600 command layout
Menù Principale
Main Menu
Edit Program
Edit Record
Soft Patch
Setup
EDIT SCENE
Edit UNLBL
UNIT MASK
Edit EFLBL
CFG UNIT
CFG RESVAL
To facilitate the procedure of setting mirrors when
CFG LMPVAL
scanners are being used, during programming, the
RATE slider operates as a controller of the mirror’s
LOAD/STORE
movement, which remains linked with the joystick.
BACKUP/RESTORE
Joystick movement is automatically converted to
parameters for Pan and Tilt control.
MENU/COPY EN
PATCH RESET
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2. Starting to use the Pilot 1600 2.1 Soft Patch

The Pilot 1600 is a universal controller, so for correct operation the first fundamental operation to be carried by the operator is to define what fixtures are connected to the Pilot. This is done using the Soft Patch function.

thento the Pilot. This is done using the Soft Patch function. key or the DATA ENTRY

the Pilot. This is done using the Soft Patch function. then key or the DATA ENTRY

key

or the DATA ENTRY slider scroll the commands until the following appears on the display:

Access this function by pressing

on the EDIT keypad, and with the

this function by pressing on the EDIT keypad, and with the MAIN MENU SOFT PATCH Press

MAIN MENU

SOFT PATCH

Press

the EDIT keypad, and with the MAIN MENU SOFT PATCH Press for access to allocation. A

for access to allocation. A LED will light up above the

key, showing that you are working with fixture No.1.

the key, showing that you are working with fixture No.1. Use the and GALIL_1 01 ADDR=
Use the and GALIL_1 01 ADDR=
Use the
and
GALIL_1 01
ADDR=
working with fixture No.1. Use the and GALIL_1 01 ADDR= keys in the top row or

keys in the top row or Data Entry to select the required fixture: e.g.

The start address for this fixture must now be set. Press

The start address for this fixture must now be set. Press . The value on GALIL_1

. The value on

GALIL_1 01

ADDR=001

. You can now key in another value

(which must however correspond to that set on the fixture), or accept the value proposed (001, as this

the line of the start address changes to 001:

(001, as this the line of the start address changes to 001: is fixture No.1). Press

is fixture No.1). Press

When the

to set the value chosen for this fixture.

Press When the to set the value chosen for this fixture. key in the bottom row

key in the bottom row of the DATA SELECT group is pressed, the display indicates

 

GALIL_1 01

 

the conversion of the start address to a dip-switch position:

˛˛˛˛˛˛˛˛˛˛

. This is extremely

useful when working with fixtures which use this system of setting. Use the

useful when working with fixtures which use this system of setting. Use the arrow to return

arrow to return to

numerical mode. Pilot 1600 units are factory-programmed with the start addresses of the fixtures stored every 25. When a new unit is selected (e.g. No.2) and a fixture allocated (e.g. a Galileo IV), the start address of this second unit is calculated automatically. If fixture No.1 is a Galileo 1200 (six DMX channels), fixture No.2’s start address will be 7. Although this is correct, we suggest that start addresses should be set manually 20/25 numbers apart, because if fixtures No. 1 and No.2 have to be inverted, the Galileo IV’s

16 control channels would overlap with those of the Galileo 1200, making the latter uncontrollable and compelling the operator to reset the Soft Patch of all the fixtures connected to the Pilot. A start address reset function has been added to further facilitate operators’ work. To enable it, access SETUP mode (see chapter 7.10 - pag. 19 - Advanced Functions).

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work. To enable it, access SETUP mode (see chapter 7.10 - pag. 19 - Advanced Functions).

To store the required values, press

To store the required values, press . once. The following will appear on the display: SAVE?

. once. The following will appear on the display:

SAVE? Y/N

ENT/ESC

. Press

will appear on the display: SAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC . Press to confirm or to abort modification

to confirm or

to abort modification procedure withouton the display: SAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC . Press to confirm or ONE MOMENT UPDATING showing that

ONE MOMENT

UPDATING

showing

that storage is being carried out. Carry out the entire procedure for every fixture available. To check which fixture is allocated to the keys numbered 1 to 16, access the UNIT MASK function by

carrying out any changes. If you’ve pressed the following will appear:

pressing . When the
pressing
. When the

MAIN MENU

EDIT PROGR

message appears, press

or use Data Entry to scroll through until the following message appears:

and then PROGRAM 01 UNIT MASK . Then
and then
PROGRAM 01
UNIT MASK
. Then

UNIT MASK

appears: and then PROGRAM 01 UNIT MASK . Then UNIT MASK . Now just hold the

. Now just hold the required

key from 1 to 16 down for approximately 3 seconds. One possible result could be as follows:

press

: the following appears on the display

UNIT MASK

GALIL_2 01

, showing that the selected fixture is the first Galileo II connected to the Pilot.

fixture is the first Galileo II connected to the Pilot. 3. MANUAL operation The Pilot 1600

3. MANUAL operation

The Pilot 1600 can be operated manually in two ways: with single fixtures or groups of fixtures. Manual operation with one of more fixture can be carried out while records or programs are running.

When the Pilot is running a program or record, press

When the Pilot is running a program or record, press to access manual mode. If no

to access manual mode. If no fixtures

NO UNIT have been set for manual control, the following message will flash on the
NO
UNIT
have been set for manual control, the following message will flash on the display:
and the LED indicating the program or record running during manual operation will remain lit, e.g.
.
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To set the fixture(s) to be controlled manually, press

required fixture(s) by pressing the keys numbered from several fixtures manually at the same time.

, and hold it down, then select the to if you wish to control
, and hold it down, then select the
to
if you wish to control

When

it down, then select the to if you wish to control When is released, the following

is released, the following message appears:

SAVE? Y/N

ENT/ESC

. Press

the following message appears: SAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC . Press to confirm data storage, or key to

to

confirm data storage, or

key to abort modification procedure without carrying out anySAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC . Press to confirm data storage, or ONE MOMENT UPDATING showing that the

ONE MOMENT

UPDATING

procedure without carrying out any ONE MOMENT UPDATING showing that the storage is being carried out.

showing that the

storage is being carried out. Supposing that you’ve enabled two Galileo I for manual control, when you access Manual mode, the

changes. If you pressed

the following will appear:

GALIL_1 01

IRIS =nnn

following appears:

is the value of that function at that moment).

Using the cursor arrows it is possible to gain access to the fixture’s functions (the

keys in the bottom row), select the fixtures enabled for manual operation (the

in the top row) or gain access to the values of the function shown on the display (the

keys or Data Entry).to the values of the function shown on the display (the To control all the fixtures

To control all the fixtures enabled for manual control simultaneously, press the

showing that the first of the fixtures stored is a Galileo I (nnn

and and keys and
and
and
keys
and
the fixtures stored is a Galileo I (nnn and and keys and and keys in the

and

fixtures stored is a Galileo I (nnn and and keys and and keys in the top

keys in the top row at the same time. The following will appear:

GALIL_1 AL

IRIS =nnn

again.same time. The following will appear: GALIL_1 AL IRIS =nnn To exit manual mode, press The

To exit manual mode, press

The group of fixtures under manual control can be reset at any time, as the manual section is run inde- pendently from the others.

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control can be reset at any time, as the manual section is run inde- pendently from

4. Using the PROGRAM mode

Pilot 1600 can control 16 programs each comprising a maximum of 16 scenes. Each program is pre- pared using 16 fixtures previously configured in the Soft Patch, which can be chosen from the 64 in the Pilot’s built-in library.

Using the keyboard, select the program

: the display will show the number ofbuilt-in library. Using the keyboard, select the program the program   PROGR=01   being run and

the program

 

PROGR=01

 

being run and the current scene:

SCENE=01

. To pass to the program editing phase, press

SCENE=01 . To pass to the program editing phase, press on the EDIT keyboard: the display

on the EDIT keyboard: the display will now show

MAIN MENU

EDIT PROGR

. Press

the display will now show MAIN MENU EDIT PROGR . Press : the PROGRAM 01 EDIT

: the

PROGRAM 01 EDIT SCENE display will show the program being edited ; scrolling with the
PROGRAM 01
EDIT SCENE
display will show the program being edited
; scrolling with the
and
keys or with DATA ENTRY, choose one of the two options: Unit Mask or Edit Scene.
program
Select Unit Mask first and confirm by pressing
: the Program LED
will flash and the

following will appear on the display

UNIT MASK

. The LEDs relative to the fixtures enabled in

that program will light up (e.g.

to the fixtures enabled in that program will light up (e.g. ). To add fixtures to

). To add fixtures to the program or remove them, press the

to). To add fixtures to the program or remove them, press the keys down one of

To add fixtures to the program or remove them, press the to keys down one of

keys

down one of them for approximately 3 seconds, the type of fixture allocated to that key will be dis-

: the enabled fixtures are indicated by lit LEDs, and by pressing and holding

UNIT MASK GALIL_1 01 played, e.g. showing that key No.1 is allocated to a Galileo
UNIT MASK
GALIL_1 01
played, e.g.
showing that key No.1 is allocated to a Galileo I fixture. When setting
SAVE? Y/N
ENT/ESC
is finished, press
: the following will appear:
. Press
to confirm
or
per abbandonare la sessione di modifica senza eseguire variazioni. Sto abort modification
procedure without carrying out any changes. If you press ENTER, the following will appear:
ONE MOMENT
UPDATING
showing that storage procedure is being carried out.
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PROGRAM 01

 

Now proceed with the

EDIT SCENE

, function, selected with

Now proceed with the EDIT SCENE , function, selected with and or DATA

and

Now proceed with the EDIT SCENE , function, selected with and or DATA

or DATA

ENTRY and accessed

by pressing

. The LED above the Program key will flash and the onewith and or DATA ENTRY and accessed by pressing program above Scene will light up lit.

program. The LED above the Program key will flash and the one above Scene will light

above Scene will light up

lit. If you’ve enabled two Galileo I fixtures for use with this program during the UNIT MASK stage, the

, and the LED indicating the scene being edited will also be

GALIL_1 01

IRIS =nnn

following will appear on the display:

the value of that function at that point).

Using the cursor arrows it is possible to gain access to the fixture’s functions (

showing that the fixture is a Galileo I (nnn is

and

( showing that the fixture is a Galileo I (nnn is and or Data Entry). in

or Data Entry).

in

in the top row) or the values of

is and or Data Entry). in in the top row) or the values of and and

and

and or Data Entry). in in the top row) or the values of and and keys
and or Data Entry). in in the top row) or the values of and and keys

and

or Data Entry). in in the top row) or the values of and and keys the

keys

the bottom row), to the fixtures enabled for use (

the function shown on the display (

If the fixtures have to carry out the same controls simultaneously, press the

to carry out the same controls simultaneously, press the and   GALIL_1 AL   in the
to carry out the same controls simultaneously, press the and   GALIL_1 AL   in the

and

 

GALIL_1 AL

 

in the top row at the same time. The following will appear:

IRIS =nnn

. When two or more

units have to be controlled simultaneously, all functions must have the same values (e.g. IRIS=255). If

GALIL_1 AL

IRIS =???

. Once the scene has been set, pass to the next

one by pressing the relative key or using the COPY function (see relative chapter). When all the neces-

they don’t, the following appears:

sary scenes have been set, press

the following appears: sary scenes have been set, press to store them and the following will

to store them and the following will appear:

SAVE? Y/N

ENT/ESC

them and the following will appear: SAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC to abort modification procedure without carrying out
them and the following will appear: SAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC to abort modification procedure without carrying out

to abort modification procedure without

carrying out any changes. If you press ENTER the storage is being carried out. The length of the Program (i.e. the number of scenes it contains) is automatically found by the Pilot 1600, which sets the cyclic repetition accordingly: this can be modified by the operator using the SPEED and RATE sliders. Speed is the speed with which the scanner mirrors moves (Pan and Tilt), and Rate is the rate at which the unit passes from scene to scene in a program: both can be changed at any time while the program is running.

With Speed and Rate at maximum, scenes are changed in sync with the music.

. Press

to confirm, or

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With Speed and Rate at maximum, scenes are changed in sync with the music. . Press

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5. Using the Record mode

Pilot 1600 can control 16 records each comprising sequences of programs, including the Speed and Rate settings, up to a maximum of 100 steps.

To pass Record editing from the Program mode, press

on the EDIT keyboard followed by thesteps. To pass Record editing from the Program mode, press number (using the to keys) of

number (using the

number (using the to keys) of the Program to be edited, then : the follow-

to

to

keys) of the Program to be edited, then

number (using the to keys) of the Program to be edited, then : the follow-

: the follow-

MAIN MENU

 

ing will appear:

EDIT PROGR

. Scrolling with

. Scrolling with

and

or DATA ENTRY, choose

or DATA ENTRY, choose

MAIN MENU

EDIT REC

then press

and or DATA ENTRY, choose MAIN MENU EDIT REC then press the following will appear: ST00

the following will appear:

ST00 PG01

SP00 RT99

. This shows

that the current Step is (ST) 00, made up of Program (PG) 01 with Speed (SP) 00 and Rate (RT) 99.

up of Program (PG) 01 with Speed (SP) 00 and Rate (RT) 99. program . to
program . to
program
.
to

On the Pilot, the Program LED is lit and the Record LED flashes:

, and to change

Speed and Rate use the relative sliders. When Speed and Rate are set at maximum (99), the scenes automatically change in sync with the

To change the Program of any given step, press the keys from

ST00 PG01

MUSIC SYNC

music. The following appears on the display:

Use

to 99).

andmusic. The following appears on the display: Use to 99). or DATA ENTRY to move from

music. The following appears on the display: Use to 99). and or DATA ENTRY to move

or DATA ENTRY to move from one Record step to another (numbered from 00

When setting is finished, if you press

(numbered from 00 When setting is finished, if you press the following message will appear: SAVE?

the following message will appear:

SAVE? Y/N

ENT/ESC

. Press

following message will appear: SAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC . Press to confirm, or to abort modification procedure

to confirm, or

to abort modification procedure withoutwill appear: SAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC . Press to confirm, or carrying out any changes. If you

carrying out any changes. If you press ENTER the following will appear:

that the storage is being carried out.

ONE MOMENT

UPDATING

showing

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6. COPY function

To facilitate programming for operators, a data copy function has been included with three different areas of application: copying programs, scenes and records. The copy function can be aborted without

any changes being made by pressing

can be aborted without any changes being made by pressing . To copy a program, you

. To copy a program, you must be in the PROGRAM

by pressing . To copy a program, you must be in the PROGRAM according to the
by pressing . To copy a program, you must be in the PROGRAM according to the
by pressing . To copy a program, you must be in the PROGRAM according to the

according to the program

to be copied and then the key of the program it’s to be copied to. If you’re copying program 01 to pro-

function, then press

followed by a key from

to

gram 02,

the following will appear on the display:

COPY P01 TO P02

. Press

will appear on the display: COPY P01 TO P02 . Press to confirm and the following

to confirm

and the following will appear:

ONE MOMENT

UPDATING

To copy a scene, you must be in the SCENE function, then press

copy a scene, you must be in the SCENE function, then press , followed by a

, followed by a key from

toin the SCENE function, then press , followed by a key from according to the scene

the SCENE function, then press , followed by a key from to according to the scene

according to the scene to be copied, then the key of the scene it’s to be copied

to. If you are copying scene 01 to scene 02, the following will appear on the display:

COPY S01 TO S02

Press

to confirm, and the following will appear:following will appear on the display: COPY S01 TO S02 Press ONE MOMENT UPDATING To copy

ONE MOMENT

UPDATING

To copy a record, you must be in the RECORD function, then press

a record, you must be in the RECORD function, then press , followed a key from

, followed a key from

tobe in the RECORD function, then press , followed a key from according to the record

in the RECORD function, then press , followed a key from to according to the record

according to the record to be copied and then the key of the record it’s to be

copied to. If you’re copying record 01 to record 02, the following will appear on the display:

COPY R01 TO R02

Press

to confirm, and the following will appearfollowing will appear on the display: COPY R01 TO R02 Press ONE MOMENT UPDATING It is

ONE MOMENT

UPDATING

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the program relized. To enable/disable Copy, see chapter 7.9 (Advanced functions), page 18. EN I D

7. Advanced functions

By means of these controls, access is gained to important Pilot 1600 functions which allow operators to create and control fixture libraries, save settings in a protected memory area and transfer them from one Pilot to another.

7.1 Setup

Access to this is from the Main Menu, scrolling with

andSetup Access to this is from the Main Menu, scrolling with or with DATA ENTRY until

or with DATA ENTRY until theAccess to this is from the Main Menu, scrolling with and following appears on the display:

following appears on the display:

MAIN MENU

SETUP

. Press

to which the reply will be:following appears on the display: MAIN MENU SETUP . Press SETUP COD = . The password

SETUP

COD =

. The password for Setup access is 1996, keyed in using the numerical keypad:

Setup access is 1996 , keyed in using the numerical keypad: then . 7.2 Edit UNLBL
then .
then
.

7.2 Edit UNLBL

This function allows to allocate a name to one of the fixtures in the library (15 of the 64 are taken up by SGM products).

When you’re in Setup, the following appears on the display:

access the name allocation (UNit LaBeL) section.

SETUP MENU

EDIT UNLBL

. Press to
. Press
to
and
and

Using the cursor arrows

and and
and
and

, access is gained to the library position (

arrows and and , access is gained to the library position ( in the top row),

in the top row), while

in the bottom row operate as cursors and

or DATA ENTRY change the letters of the name. When setting is finished, press

SAVE? Y/N

ENT/ESC

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When setting is finished, press SAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC page 12 the following appears on the display:

the following appears on the display:

. Press

to confirm or

to abort modification procedure without carrying out any changes. If you press ENTER the

ONE MOMENT

UPDATING

showing that storage is being carried out.

following will appear:without carrying out any changes. If you press ENTER the ONE MOMENT UPDATING showing that storage

7.3

Edit EFLBL

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This function allows to allocate a name to the effects which fixtures stored in one of the positions of the fixture library have. Effect is taken to mean all the functions available on a controllable fixture. For example a scanner such as a Galileo has Iris, Color, Gobos, Pan and Tilt. Other types of scanners might have more gobo wheels or color wheels, but some of the above controls are “standard”, so when a name has to be given to a function, it’s not necessary to define the term (e.g. Pan) every time, and 37 positions available for cus- tom settings are able to ensure a considerable number of updates.

SETUP MENU

EDIT UNLBL

SETUP MENU

EDIT EFLBL

In Setup, the display shows

Press

or use DATA ENTRY until the follow-SETUP MENU EDIT EFLBL In Setup, the display shows Press : access has been gained to

the display shows Press or use DATA ENTRY until the follow- : access has been gained

: access has been gained to the

and and
and
and

in the top row),

or DATA

the following

ing appears on the display

section for giving names to the effects (EFfect LaBeL).

Using the cursor arrows access is gained to the library position (

then use

then press

is gained to the library position ( then use then press and in the bottom row

and

is gained to the library position ( then use then press and in the bottom row

in the bottom row as cursors and the

ENTRY to scroll the letters for the new name. When setting is finished, press

SAVE? Y/N

ENT/ESC

name. When setting is finished, press SAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC appears on the display: tion procedure without
name. When setting is finished, press SAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC appears on the display: tion procedure without

appears on the display:

tion procedure without carrying out any changes. If you press ENTER, the following will appear:

o abort modifica-

. Press

to confirm or

ONE MOMENT

UPDATING

showing that storage is being carried out.

7.4 CFG Unit

This function allows fixtures to be controlled with the Pilot 1600 to be configured. For each fixture, it’s possible to decide how many and which control channels are used and also to give the fixture a name from the UNLBL library and give its functions names from the EFLBL library.

In Setup, the display shows

SETUP MENU

EDIT UNLBL

Press

or use DATA ENTRY until the follow-In Setup, the display shows SETUP MENU EDIT UNLBL Press SETUP MENU CFG UNIT ing appears

SETUP MENU CFG UNIT ing appears on the display then press . CFG UNIT GALIL_1
SETUP MENU
CFG UNIT
ing appears on the display
then press
.
CFG UNIT
GALIL_1
The following will appear on the display
.With

row or DATA ENTRY, the list of 64 configurable fixtures can be scrolled.

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and
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Once the fixture to be configured has been chosen, press

14 Once the fixture to be configured has been chosen, press the following will appear on

the following will appear on the dis-

play:

GALIL_1

N_EFF=07

. Using

andwill appear on the dis- play: GALIL_1 N_EFF=07 . Using or DATA ENTRY, choose the number

will appear on the dis- play: GALIL_1 N_EFF=07 . Using and or DATA ENTRY, choose the

or DATA ENTRY, choose the number of channels

.

GALIL_1

E01=IRIS

andENTRY, choose the number of channels . GALIL_1 E01=IRIS necessary for controlling the fixture in question,

choose the number of channels . GALIL_1 E01=IRIS and necessary for controlling the fixture in question,

necessary for controlling the fixture in question, then press

on the display, showing that effect No.1 for that fixture is the Iris control. Using the bottom row, scroll through the list of effects to be set.

Use

(e.g. 01 - Iris), slow (SOFT) or instant effect (HARD), using

, will appear

in

slow (SOFT) or instant effect (HARD), using , will appear in and in the top row

andslow (SOFT) or instant effect (HARD), using , will appear in in the top row to

(SOFT) or instant effect (HARD), using , will appear in and in the top row to

in the top row to access the setting of the type of change for the effect chosen

keys or DATA ENTRY

andthe type of change for the effect chosen keys or DATA ENTRY GALIL_1 CROSS=SOFT to scroll

type of change for the effect chosen keys or DATA ENTRY and GALIL_1 CROSS=SOFT to scroll

GALIL_1

CROSS=SOFT

to scroll the list of options available:

By pressing

high precision scanner mirror movement, but is useless for functions with instantaneous Cross

(changeover). Using

in the top row, access is gained to the definition of 16-bit resolution, which give

is gained to the definition of 16-bit resolution, which give and or DATA ENTRY to scroll

is gained to the definition of 16-bit resolution, which give and or DATA ENTRY to scroll

and

or DATA ENTRY to scroll the list of options available, the fol-to the definition of 16-bit resolution, which give and GALIL_1 RSL=8 BIT lowing is reached: Using

GALIL_1

RSL=8 BIT

lowing is reached:

Using

effect (e.g. Iris = ch1). Use

BIT lowing is reached: Using effect (e.g. Iris = ch1). Use in the top row again,

in the top row again, access is gained to the definition of the channel relative to that

or DATA ENTRY to scroll the values available:

andto that or DATA ENTRY to scroll the values available: GALIL_1 CH=01 This allows the Pilot

to that or DATA ENTRY to scroll the values available: and GALIL_1 CH=01 This allows the

GALIL_1

CH=01

This allows the Pilot to use any fixture configuration, as the functions can be

sent to the physical channel of the fixture to be controlled, e.g. allocating function 6 to channel 2. If 16-bit resolution has been chosen, a second channel is necessary, normally added to the end of the

effects list. This control will also appear on the display as:

not possible with 8-bit resolution.

GALIL_1

CL=8

. Access to this menu is

Pressing in the top row sets the value or position the effects have to assume
Pressing
in the top row sets the value or position the effects have to assume when fixtures are
in Standby. Use
and
or DATA ENTRY
to scroll through the values available:

GALIL_1

STD_BY=UND

The values available are from 0 to 255, but the UND parameter is also available,

which indicates that in the event of the fixture being in Standby, none of the effect’s values are changed.values available: GALIL_1 STD_BY=UND The values available are from 0 to 255, but the UND parameter

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Proceed in the same manner with all the new fixture’s effects, then press

same manner with all the new fixture’s effects, then press until the following SAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC

until the following

SAVE? Y/N

ENT/ESC

to abort modificationeffects, then press until the following SAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC procedure without carrying out any changes. If

procedure without carrying out any changes. If you press ENTER, the following will appear:

message appears:

to confirm oryou press ENTER, the following will appear: message appears: . Press ONE MOMENT UPDATING showing that

. Press

ONE MOMENT

UPDATING

showing that storage is being carried out.

7.5 CFG ResVAL

This function allows operators to choose which channel controls the Remote Reset function which some fixtures have.

In Setup, the display shows

SETUP MENU

EDIT UNLBL

. Press

ing appears

SETUP MENU

CFG RESVAL

then press

UNLBL . Press ing appears SETUP MENU CFG RESVAL then press . or use DATA ENTRY

.

. Press ing appears SETUP MENU CFG RESVAL then press . or use DATA ENTRY until

or use DATA ENTRY until the follow-

Then use

Then use and or DATA ENTRY to select the necessary value, which appears on the dis-

and

Then use and or DATA ENTRY to select the necessary value, which appears on the dis-

or DATA ENTRY to select the necessary value, which appears on the dis-

play:

GALIL_1

RES_VL=nnn

- nnn is the necessary value. If ??? appears on the display for some fixtures, this

means that the function is not enabled.

If any changes have been made, when

: is pressed,function is not enabled. If any changes have been made, when the following will appear: SAVE?

the following will appear:

SAVE? Y/N

ENT/ESC

. Press

to confirm orthe following will appear: SAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC . Press to abort modification procedure without carrying out

will appear: SAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC . Press to confirm or to abort modification procedure without carrying

to abort modification procedure without

carrying out any changes. If you press ENTER the following will appear:

that storage is being carried out.

ONE MOMENT

UPDATING

showing

7.6 CFG LMPVAL

This function allows operators to decide which channel controls the remote switching on of the lamp by means of a command on a special DMX channel which some fixtures have.

SETUP MENU EDIT UNLBL In Setup, the following appears: . Press or use DATA ENTRY
SETUP MENU
EDIT UNLBL
In Setup, the following appears:
. Press
or use DATA ENTRY until the fol-
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MENU EDIT UNLBL In Setup, the following appears: . Press or use DATA ENTRY until the

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SETUP MENU

CFG LMPVAL

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page 16 SETUP MENU CFG LMPVAL . lowing appears Then use then press and or DATA

.

lowing appears

Then use

then press

andSETUP MENU CFG LMPVAL . lowing appears Then use then press or DATA ENTRY to select

or DATA ENTRY to select the necessary value, which appears on the dis-

GALIL_1

RES_VL=nnn

play:

tures, this means that the function is not enabled.

- nnn is the necessary value. If ??? appears on the display for some fix-

If any changes have been made, when

display for some fix- If any changes have been made, when is pressed, the following will

is pressed,

the following will appear:

SAVE? Y/N

ENT/ESC

. Press

the following will appear: SAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC . Press to confirm or to abort modification procedure

to confirm or

to abort modification procedure withoutwill appear: SAVE? Y/N ENT/ESC . Press to confirm or carrying out any changes. If you

carrying out any changes. If you pressed ENTER the following will appear:

ing that storage is being carried out.

ONE MOMENT

UPDATING

show-

7.7 Store & Load file

This function enables Pilot 1600 configuration data to be stored in a Flash EPROM area of the con- troller’s memory. Work data is normally stored in another part of the memory. It is therefore advisable to save the data every time changes are made to the configuration or to the Soft Patch to avoid loosing the work done.

In Setup, the following appears

SETUP MENU

EDIT UNLBL

Press

or use DATA ENTRY until the fol-Setup, the following appears SETUP MENU EDIT UNLBL Press   SETUP MENU     lowing appears

 

SETUP MENU

 
  SETUP MENU    
 

lowing

appears

STORE FILE

then

press

.

The

following

will

appear:

ONE MOMENT

UPDATING

showing that storage is being carried out.

The Load function allows to recover Pilot 1600 configuration data from the Flash EPROM memory. This is extremely useful when the controller’s used in various situations and it’s necessary to return to the ideal conditions previously saved in the memory.

In Setup, the following appears to the ideal conditions previously saved in the memory. SETUP MENU EDIT UNLBL Press or use

SETUP MENU

EDIT UNLBL

Press

or use DATA ENTRY until the fol-to the ideal conditions previously saved in the memory. In Setup, the following appears SETUP MENU

lowing appears

SETUP MENU

LOAD FILE

then press

The following will appear:

aborts the operation.

SURE ??

ENT/ESC

. : pressing
.
: pressing

confirms file loading,aborts the operation. SURE ?? ENT/ESC . : pressing 7.8 Backup & Restore This function allows

7.8 Backup & Restore

: pressing confirms file loading, 7.8 Backup & Restore This function allows the data stored in

This function allows the data stored in the unit’s memory to be transferred to another Pilot 1600. Instead of manually repeating all the configuration work, anybody with a unit with new fixtures stored in it can make use of this useful facility. Just connect the two Pilot 1600 units using the DMX connectors, then enable the BACKUP function on the one which has to transmit the data and the RESTORE function on the one which has to receive it.

ATTENTION: enabling the Restore function without connecting to another Pilot 1600 which transfers the data cause the complete cancellation of the Pilot which has to be pro- grammed!

In Setup, the following appears

SETUP MENU

EDIT UNLBL

. Press

or use DATA ENTRY until the fol-Setup, the following appears SETUP MENU EDIT UNLBL . Press lowing appears SETUP MENU BACKUP then

lowing

appears

SETUP MENU

BACKUP

then

press

until the fol- lowing appears SETUP MENU BACKUP then press . The following will appear: TR

.

The

following

will

appear:

TR ? (Y/N) ENT/ESC

. Pressing

confirms data transfer and. The following will appear: TR ? (Y/N) ENT/ESC . Pressing aborts the operation. During transfer,

aborts the operation.TR ? (Y/N) ENT/ESC . Pressing confirms data transfer and During transfer, the following appears on

During transfer, the following appears on the display:

ation

TRANSFER

END

TRANSFER

ON

, and at the end of the oper-

In Setup, the display of the unit which has to receive the data shows

SETUP MENU

EDIT UNLBL

: press

or use DATA ENTRY until the following appearsto receive the data shows SETUP MENU EDIT UNLBL : press following will appear: CONFIRM? ENT/ESC

following will appear:

CONFIRM?

ENT/ESC

. Pressing

SETUP MENU

RESTORE

, then press

. The page 17
. The
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ENT/ESC . Pressing SETUP MENU RESTORE , then press . The page 17 confirms data transfer

confirms data transfer and

ENT/ESC . Pressing SETUP MENU RESTORE , then press . The page 17 confirms data transfer
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aborts the operation. Before enabling reception, the “virgin” Pilot cancels its memory. The following appears on the display:

ATTENTION: while STORE procedure is at operators’ discretion, LOAD is auto- matic (it may also be carried out manu- ally). Every time the Pilot 1600 is switched on, the control software reloads the contents of the unit’s flash memory into the work memory.

REMEMBER TO SAVE THE DATA WHEN YOU FINISH PROGRAMMING!

ER ? (Y/N)

ENT/ESC

Press

DATA WHEN YOU FINISH PROGRAMMING ! ER ? (Y/N) ENT/ESC Press to cancel: ERASE FLASH appears

to

cancel:

ERASE

FLASH

appears

READY TO

RECEIVE

Pressing

tion.

If

the

operation

is

on

the

display,

then

enables data recep- carried out perfectly
enables data recep-
carried
out
perfectly

TRANSFER

GOOD

will appear: if not

TRANSFER

ERROR

showing that the operation must be repeated.

7.9 Menu & Copy enable/disable

This function blocks access to the programming MENU and the COPY function, making it impossible for any unwanted changes to be made to PROGRAMS and RECORDS.

To enable this protection, press the following keys and hold them down for 8 seconds:

press the following keys and hold them down for 8 seconds: MENU COPY scene DISABLE +
MENU COPY scene DISABLE + + . The display shows At this point, if the
MENU COPY
scene
DISABLE
+
+
. The display shows
At this point, if the MENU key is pressed,
MENU KEY
IS DISABLE
this
message
appears
on
the
display:
and
if
COPY
is
pressed,
COPY KEY
scene
IS DISABLE
appears. Pressing
+
+
and holding them down again for 8

seconds restores normal operating conditions, and the following appears on the display:

MENU COPY

ENABLE

again for 8 seconds restores normal operating conditions, and the following appears on the display: MENU

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7.10 Patch reset

This function allow fixtures’ addresses to be reset at parameters which are considered “ideal”, reset- ting al the start address in groups of 25, starting with unit 1. As already said, this space of 25 channels allows fixtures being controlled to be easily changed without having to worry about moving adjacent units whose control channels might overlap those of a new unit, causing faulty operation.

SETUP MENU

EDIT UNLBL

SETUP MENU

PATCH RST

When SETUP is accessed, the display shows

MENU PATCH RST When SETUP is accessed, the display shows , press or use DATA ENTRY

, press

or use DATA ENTRY

is accessed, the display shows , press or use DATA ENTRY until the following appears on

until the following appears on the display:

, then press

. The following

 

SURE ??

 

appears on the display:

ENT/ESC

. At this point, press

appears on the display: ENT/ESC . At this point, press to confirm the “reset”, or to

to confirm the “reset”, or

ENT/ESC . At this point, press to confirm the “reset”, or to abort the procedure. EN

to abort the procedure.

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ENT/ESC . At this point, press to confirm the “reset”, or to abort the procedure. EN

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8. Remote fixture controls

8.1 Remote reset

page 20 8. Remote fixture controls 8.1 Remote reset For access to the remote functions of

For access to the remote functions of those fixtures which have this control, just press

, andof those fixtures which have this control, just press hold it down for about 3 seconds:

hold it down for about 3 seconds: then use

andjust press , and hold it down for about 3 seconds: then use keys until RESET

press , and hold it down for about 3 seconds: then use and keys until RESET

keys until

RESET

UNIT

for about 3 seconds: then use and keys until RESET UNIT . If the relative LED

. If

the relative LED lights up, this shows that the reset has been carried out; if not the unit chosen cannot be reset remotely.

appears on the display. Then just press the key relative to the fixture or unit to be reset, e.g.

8.1 Remote lamp On/Off

For access to the remote functions of those fixtures which have this function, just press

of those fixtures which have this function, just press and hold it down for about 3

and

hold it down for about 3 seconds: then use

andjust press and hold it down for about 3 seconds: then use until LAMP ON appears

press and hold it down for about 3 seconds: then use and until LAMP ON appears

until

LAMP

ON

appears on

for about 3 seconds: then use and until LAMP ON appears on . If the relative

. If the relative

LED lights up or goes off, this shows that the reset has been carried out; if not, the unit chosen doesn’t

have this facility.

the display. Then press the key relative to the fixture or unit to be reset, e.g.

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