HO Uplighter (Ground)

Flightcase

Weight of Fixture:
15.5 Kg

Qty in box:
6 (Max)

Full box:
136 Kg

Wheels:
Yes

Dimensions:
720 x 485 x 745mm

Other Information:
Chargers built in to flightcase

Disclaimer

Please note all measurements and weights are approximate and should be used as a guide only.

Features

Full RGB with 16 bit dimming curve

Wireless DMX Control

Up to 12 hour runtime from fully charged battery (5 hours full white)

50 preset colours

20 preset colour chases

Charging Cycle Approximately 8 hours

Wireless Firmwire Update

LAMP
RGB LED

OUTPUT
Lumen 1600lm

CONFORMITY
LiteWare-HO conforms to the following standards:
EN 61000-6-3 Light Industrial Emissions
EN 61000-4-2 Heavy Industrial Immunity

DMX MODE
1-510 Wireless DMX Mode Address

STAND ALONE MODE
601-650 Fixed Colour Mode
651-660 Colour Fade Sequence
661-670 Colour Snap Sequence
The display will blank after 5 seconds of button activity.

WIRELESS DMX MODE (Address 1-510)

In WDMX Mode—the unit will simply respond to the DMX levels being received. DMX channel allocations are as follows:
Start Address Red Level
Start Address 1 Green Level
Start Address 2 Blue Level
In WDMX mode, the unit will hold the last DMX value upon loss of signal of DMX. The unit will store this level when turned off so it can be resumed when it is powered back up.
If the battery is disconnected, these values will be lost.

WDMX LINKING
Lite-Ware-HO is automatically unlinked from the transmitter when plugged into the charger. The link status is shown on the LED display on the base of the unit when Lite-Ware-HO is powered on.
Please refer to your W-DMX transmitter user normal for further information about the linking process.

MEASUREMENTS
H x W x D: 180 x 210 x 330mm

WEIGHT
15.5 KG

Channels

DMX Mode
1-510
Wireless DMX Mode Address
Stand Alone Mode
601-650 Fixed Colour Mode
651-660 Colour Fade Sequence
661-670 Colour Snap Sequence
The display will blank after 5 seconds of button in activity.
Wireless DMX Mode (Address 1-510)
In WDMX Mode – the unit will simply respond to the DMX levels being received.
DMX channel allocations are as follows:
Start Address Red Level
Start Address +1 Green Level
Start Address +2 Blue Level