SX4® DISC TRAY
The SX4® Disc Tray fits in the same SX4® housing as the Loop, Six-Gobo and Four-Gobo Trays. It utilizes the same DMX Dual Power Supply as the Six and Four-Gobo Tray. The Disc Tray can be operated using a DMX signal, or it can be simply turned on and off using built-in programs
Select speed and direction of rotation using the 4 Channel and Mode Selection switches mounted on the Dual Power Supply. In this mode of operation, the unit will turn on and off when you power it. To operate in this fashion, follow the following instructions:
|MODE = 5
Stand Alone Continuous Rotation
X100 sets clockwise or counter-clockwise rotation.
Odd numbers (1,3,5) set counterclockwise, even numbers set clockwise.
X10 and X1 sets speed of rotation.
X10 at 0 and X1 at 0 is slowest rotation.
X10 at 6 and X1 at 3 is fastest possible rotation.
CONTROL YOUR DISC TRAY WITH A DMX SIGNAL.
In order to do that, you will use the mode and channel select switches on the DMX Control Dual Power Supply, and follow the following procedure:
|MODE = 6
DMX Controlled Continuous Rotation
Set channel selection with X100, X10, X1 to desired DMX channel. Example: X100 at 0, X10 at 0, X1
at 1 means unit will operate on DMX channel one.
Run the fader up and down. 0% to 50% is fast to slow Clockwise. 51% to 100% is slow to fast
|MODE 7 OPERATION • MODE SWITCH = 7
DMX single channel linear indexing and
Select DMX control channel on SX4® switches: X100, X10, X1. Control channel fader operates index/rotate functions as per chart below:
Variable speed levels
Indexing to position
with shortest route
0 degrees (home)
|MODE 8 OPERATION • MODE SWITCH = 8
DMX two channel indexing with variable
Select DMX control channel on SX4® switches X100, X10 and X1
Control channel fader has two functions:
- Operates as an indexing fader from zero to 99%
- If set at 100%, then it holds the disc in
continuous rotation mode
|SETTING UP CHOICES FOR CHANNEL 1
Variable index positions
||0 degrees (home)
Second channel controls speed & direction of disc when 1st channel is set at 100% continuous rotation mode.