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Djernis

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Posted - 02 Mar 2015 :  21:59:35  Show Profile
Hi.
I tried to set up some Mac 301 to stand alone. But it is NOT possible to activate Remote at the slave fixture. It just says inactive.
What do i do wrong?

Kind regards
Djernis

Kris VH

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Posted - 03 Mar 2015 :  12:57:10  Show Profile
Hello Djernis, please note that:
"The RUN, MODIFY and REMOTE commands in the STANDALONE menu and FINE ADJUST in the SERVICE menu are locked by default. Hold ENTER pressed in and press ESC to unlock them. Hold ESC pressed in and press ENTER to lock them again."

To set up master-slave stand-alone operation:
1. Create a stand-alone program in the master fixture.
2. Set all fixtures apart from the master to REMOTE in the STANDALONE menu. To access the REMOTE
command, you must unlock it by holding ENTER pressed in and pressing ESC. If a slave fixture has
been set up with a stand-alone program, that stand-alone program is de-activated and the slave fixture
will only respond to DMX commands from the master fixture when you set the slave fixture to REMOTE.
3. Connect the DMX output of the master fixture to the DMX input of the first slave fixture and continue
connecting slave fixtures in a daisy-chain, DMX output to DMX input.
4. Select RUN in the master fixture’s STANDALONE menu. To access the RUN command, you must unlock
it by holding ENTER pressed in and pressing ESC. The master fixture will start running its programmed
sequence itself and in all the connected slave fixtures in a repeating loop.
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Djernis

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Posted - 03 Mar 2015 :  15:17:13  Show Profile
I have tried to do that.
Going to Remote. Hold down Enter and press Esc. It just says inactive.
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