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Phantom 75 LED Spot
ORDERCODE 40188
Highlite International B.V.
Vestastraat 2
6468 EX Kerkrade
The Netherlands
Phone: +31 45-5667700
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    Phantom 75 LED Spot
    ORDERCODE 40188

    Highlite International B.V.
    Vestastraat 2
    6468 EX Kerkrade
    The Netherlands
    Phone: +31 45-5667700



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    Congratulations!
    You have bought a great, innovative product from Showtec.
    The Showtec Phantom 75 LED Spot brings excitement to any venue. Whether you want simple plug-&play action or a sophisticated DMX show, this product provides the effect you need.
    You can rely on Showtec, for more excellent lighting products.
    We design and manufacture professional light equipment for the entertainment industry.
    New products are being launched regularly. We work hard to keep you, our customer, satisfied.
    For more information: iwant@showtec.info
    You can get some of the best quality, best priced products on the market from Showtec.
    So next time, turn to Showtec for more great lighting equipment.
    Always get the best -- with Showtec !
    Thank you!



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    Showtec
    Showtec Phantom 75 LED Spot ™ Product Guide
    Warning ...............................................................................................................................................................................2
    Safety Instructions .........................................................................................................................................................2
    Operating Determinations ..........................................................................................................................................4
    Rigging ............................................................................................................................................................................4
    Return Procedure ..........................................................................................................................................................6
    Claims ..............................................................................................................................................................................6
    Description of the device .................................................................................................................................................7
    Overview ........................................................................................................................................................................7
    Backside .........................................................................................................................................................................8
    Installation ...........................................................................................................................................................................8
    Set Up and Operation .......................................................................................................................................................8
    Control Modes ...............................................................................................................................................................9
    One Phantom (Built-in Programs) ..........................................................................................................................9
    One Phantom (Sound-control) ..............................................................................................................................9
    Multiple Phantoms (Master/Slave control) ..........................................................................................................9
    Multiple Phantoms (DMX Control) .......................................................................................................................10
    Fixture Linking ...............................................................................................................................................................11
    Data Cabling ...............................................................................................................................................................11
    Control Panel ...............................................................................................................................................................12
    Control Mode ..............................................................................................................................................................12
    DMX Addressing ..........................................................................................................................................................12
    Menu Overview ...........................................................................................................................................................13
    Main Menu Options ...............................................................................................................................................14
    DMX Addressing .....................................................................................................................................................14
    Built-in Programs Mode .........................................................................................................................................15
    Pan movement Mode ...........................................................................................................................................15
    Tilt movement Mode..............................................................................................................................................15
    Display Mode ..........................................................................................................................................................15
    Advanced/Basic Mode ........................................................................................................................................15
    Pan Mode ................................................................................................................................................................15
    Tilt Mode ...................................................................................................................................................................16
    Reset .........................................................................................................................................................................16
    Default Settings .......................................................................................................................................................16
    Password Change ..................................................................................................................................................16
    Service Functions ....................................................................................................................................................16
    DMX Channels .............................................................................................................................................................17
    14 Channels .............................................................................................................................................................17
    8 Channels ...............................................................................................................................................................19
    Channel settings .........................................................................................................................................................20
    Maintenance ....................................................................................................................................................................21
    Replacing a Fuse ........................................................................................................................................................21
    Replacing a Gobo from the rotating Gobowheel ...............................................................................................21
    Rotating Gobo-wheel, Colorwheel .........................................................................................................................23
    Troubleshooting ...............................................................................................................................................................23
    No Light .........................................................................................................................................................................23
    No Response to DMX..................................................................................................................................................23
    Product Specification .....................................................................................................................................................25

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    Warning
    FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY, PLEASE READ THIS USER MANUAL CAREFULLY
    BEFORE YOUR INITIAL START-UP!

    Unpacking Instructions
    Immediately upon receiving this product, carefully unpack the carton and check the contents to ensure
    that all parts are present, and have been received in good condition. Notify the dealer immediately and
    retain packing material for inspection if any parts appear damaged from shipping or the carton itself
    shows signs of mishandling. Save the carton and all packing materials. 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.

    Your shipment includes:
    • Showtec Phantom 75 LED Spot with IEC powercable 0,9m
    • 1 bracket for truss mounting
    • Safety eye
    • User manual

    LED Expected Lifespan
    LEDs gradually decline in brightness over time. HEAT is the dominant factor that leads to the acceleration
    of this decline. Packaged in clusters, LEDs exhibit higher operating temperatures than in ideal or singular
    optimum conditions. For this reason when all color LEDs are used at their fullest intensity, life of the LEDs is
    significantly reduced. It is estimated that a viable lifespan of 40,000 to 50,000 hours will be achieved
    under normal operational conditions. If improving on this lifespan expectancy is of a higher priority, place
    care in providing for lower operational temperatures. This may include climatic-environmental and the
    reduction of overall projection intensity.

    CAUTION!
    Keep this device away from rain and moisture!
    Unplug mains lead before opening the housing!

    Safety Instructions
    Every person involved with the installation, operation and maintenance of this device has to:
    be qualified
    follow the instructions of this manual

    CAUTION! Be careful with your operations.
    With a dangerous voltage you can suffer
    a dangerous electric shock when touching the wires!
    Before your initial start-up, please make sure that there is no damage caused by transportation. Should
    there be any, consult your dealer and do not use the device.
    To maintain perfect condition and to ensure a safe operation, it is absolutely necessary for the user to
    follow the safety instructions and warning notes written in this manual.
    Please consider that damages caused by manual modifications to the device are not subject to
    warranty.
    This device contains no user-serviceable parts. Refer servicing to qualified technicians only.

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    IMPORTANT:
    The manufacturer will not accept liability for any resulting damages caused by the nonobservance of this manual or any unauthorized modification to the device.




































    Never let the power-cord come into contact with other cables! Handle the power-cord and all
    connections with the mains with particular caution!
    Never remove warning or informative labels from the unit.
    Never use anything to cover the ground contact.
    Never lift the fixture by holding it at the projector-head, as the mechanics may be damaged.
    Always hold the fixture at the transport handles.
    Never place any material over the lens.
    Never look directly into the light source.
    Never leave any cables lying around.
    Never unscrew the screws of the rotating gobo, as the ball bearing will otherwise be opened.
    Do not insert objects into air vents.
    Do not connect this device to a dimmerpack.
    Do not switch the device on and off in short intervals, as this would reduce the device’s life.
    Do not touch the device’s housing bare-handed during its operation (housing becomes very hot).
    Allow the fixture to cool for at least 5 minutes before handling.
    Do not shake the device. Avoid brute force when installing or operating the device.
    Only use device indoor, avoid contact with water or other liquids.
    Only operate the fixture after having checked that the housing is firmly closed and all screws are
    tightly fastened.
    Only operate the device after having familiarized with its functions.
    Avoid flames and do not put close to flammable liquids or gases.
    Always keep case closed while operating.
    Always allow free air space of at least 50 cm around the unit for ventilation.
    Always disconnect power from the mains, when device is not used or before cleaning! Only
    handle the power-cord by the plug. Never pull out the plug by tugging the power-cord.
    Make sure that the device is not exposed to extreme heat, moisture or dust.
    Make sure that the available voltage is not higher than stated on the rear panel.
    Make sure that the power-cord is never crimped or damaged. Check the device and the powercord from time to time.
    If the lens is obviously damaged, it has to be replaced. So that its functions are not impaired, due
    to cracks or deep scratches.
    If device is dropped or struck, disconnect mains power supply immediately. Have a qualified
    engineer inspect for safety before operating.
    If the device has been exposed to drastic temperature fluctuation (e.g. after transportation), do
    not switch it on immediately. The arising condensation water might damage your device. Leave
    the device switched off until it has reached room temperature.
    If your Showtec device fails to work properly, discontinue use immediately. Pack the unit securely
    (preferably in the original packing material), and return it to your Showtec dealer for service.
    For adult use only. Movinghead must be installed out of the reach of children. Never leave the
    unit running unattended.
    Never attempt to bypass the thermostatic switch or fuses.
    For replacement use fuses of same type and rating only.
    The user is responsible for correct positioning and operating of the Phantom. The manufacturer will
    not accept liability for damages caused by the misuse or incorrect installation of this device.
    This device falls under protection class I. Therefore it is essential to connect the yellow/green
    conductor to earth.
    During the initial start-up some smoke or smell may arise. This is a normal process and does not
    necessarily mean that the device is defective.
    Repairs, servicing and electric connection must be carried out by a qualified technician.
    WARRANTY: Till one year after date of purchase.

    CAUTION ! EYEDAMAGES !.
    Avoid looking directly into the light source.
    (meant especially for epileptics) !

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    Operating Determinations
    • This device is not designed for permanent operation. Consistent operation breaks will ensure that the
    device will serve you for a long time without defects.
    • The minimum distance between light-output and the illuminated surface must be more than 1 meter.
    • The maximum ambient temperature ta = 45°C must never be exceeded.
    • The relative humidity must not exceed 50 % with an ambient temperature of 45° C.
    • If this device is operated in any other way, than the one described in this manual, the product may
    suffer damages and the warranty becomes void.
    • Any other operation may lead to dangers like short-circuit, burns, electric shock, crash etc.

    You endanger your own safety and the safety of others!

    Rigging
    Please follow the European and national guidelines concerning rigging, trussing and all other
    safety issues.
    Do not attempt the installation yourself !
    Always let the installation be carried out by an authorized dealer !

    Procedure:






    If the projector is lowered from the ceiling or high joists, professional trussing systems have to be
    used.
    Use a clamp to mount the projector, with the mounting-bracket, to the trussing system.
    The projector must never be fixed swinging freely in the room.
    The installation must always be secured with a safety attachment, e.g. an appropriate safety net
    or safety-cable.
    When rigging, derigging or servicing the projector, always make sure, that the area below the
    installation place is blocked and staying in the area is forbidden.

    The Phantom can be placed on a flat stage floor or mounted to any kind of truss by a clamp.

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    Mounting a clamp to the underside of the Phantom moving head

    Improper installation can cause serious damage to people and property !
    Connection with the mains
    Connect the device to the mains with the power-plug.
    Always pay attention, that the right color cable is connected to the right place.
    International

    EU Cable

    UK Cable

    US Cable

    Pin

    L

    BROWN

    RED

    YELLOW/COPPER

    FASE

    N

    BLUE

    BLACK

    SILVER

    NUL

    YELLOW/GREEN

    GREEN

    GREEN

    EARTH

    Make sure that the device is always connected properly to the earth!

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    Return Procedure
    Returned merchandise must be sent prepaid and in the original packing, call tags will not be issued.
    Package must be clearly labeled with a Return Authorization Number (RMA number). Products returned
    without an RMA number will be refused. Highlite will not accept the returned goods or any responsibility.
    Call Highlite 0031-455667723 or mail aftersales@highlite.nl and request an RMA prior to shipping the fixture.
    Be prepared to provide the model number, serial number and a brief description of the cause for the
    return. Be sure to properly pack fixture, any shipping damage resulting from inadequate packaging is the
    customer’s responsibility. Highlite reserves the right to use its own discretion to repair or replace
    product(s). As a suggestion, proper UPS packing or double-boxing is always a safe method to use.
    Note: If you are given an RMA number, please include the following information on a piece of paper
    inside the box:
    1) Your name
    2) Your address
    3) Your phone number
    4) A brief description of the symptoms

    Claims
    The client has the obligation to check the delivered goods immediately upon delivery for any shortcomings and/or visible defects, or perform this check after our announcement that the goods are at their
    disposal. Damage incurred in shipping is the responsibility of the shipper; therefore the damage must be
    reported to the carrier upon receipt of merchandise.
    It is the customer's responsibility to notify and submit claims with the shipper in the event that a fixture is
    damaged due to shipping. Transportation damage has to be reported to us within one day after receipt
    of the delivery.
    Any return shipment has to be made post-paid at all times. Return shipments must be accompanied with
    a letter defining the reason for return shipment. Non-prepaid return shipments will be refused, unless
    otherwise agreed in writing.
    Complaints against us must be made known in writing or by fax within 10 working days after receipt of the
    invoice. After this period complaints will not be handled anymore.
    Complaints will only then be considered if the client has so far complied with all parts of the agreement,
    regardless of the agreement of which the obligation is resulting.

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    Description of the device
    Features
    The Showtec Phantom 75 LED Spot is a moving-head with high output and great effects.
    • LED source the shutter is electronic not mechanical.
    • Focus is motorized and the Phantom 75 has a manual zoom.
    • Gobo inner diameter: 20mm, Gobo outer diameter: 24mm
    • DMX-control via standard DMX-controller
    • Built-in Automatic Programs + Built-in Sound activated programs
    • User-selectable Pan & Tilt ranges, 540° / 360° / 180°
    • Reverse Pan / Tilt movement
    • Special: Pan / Tilt movement blackout
    • Pan 0º -- 540º, Tilt 0º -- 270º
    • Pan/Tilt resolution: 16 bit
    • Control: DMX-512, Master/Slave, Sound-controlled
    • 16 Built in programs selectable by DMX
    • Light Source: 1 x 75W White LED
    • Colourwheel with 8 dichroic-colours and white
    • Color functions: Split colors, Rainbow-flow effect
    • Rotating Gobowheel with 2 glass gobos, 5 metal gobos and open with Gobo Shake Function
    • Rotation: Bi-directional
    • Prism: 3-facet prism
    • Gobo functions: Gobo-flow effect, Gobo shake
    • 8 automatic and 8 sound-to-light programs
    • Single clamp bracket, which makes it easy to handle and position in truss systems.
    • Output: 24.500 Lux @ 1m. (at 17°)
    • Beam Angle: 17° - 20° Manual
    • Input Voltage: 100-240 VAC
    • LED Drive Current: 16.5A
    • Continuous Power 170 Watt
    • Dimmer: 0-100%
    • Strobe: 0-20Hz
    • Focus: Motorized focus
    • Housing: Black Metal & Flame-retardant plastic
    • Fixture Connection: XLR Data in/out (XLR 3-pin), IEC Power in
    • Fuse F3A / 250V
    • Dimensions (WxDxH): 338 x 247x 390 mm
    • Weight: 11 kg
    • User selectable Basic (8CH) or Advanced (14CH) operating modes

    Overview

    1

    Fig. 1

    2
    1) Lens
    2) Menu Buttons + LCD Display

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    Backside

    Fig. 2

    3

    4 5

    3) IEC power connector + Fuse F3A 250V
    4) DMX signal connector (IN) 3-pin
    5) DMX signal connector (OUT) 3-pin

    Installation
    Remove all packing materials from the Phantom 75 LED Spot. Check that all foam and plastic padding is
    removed. Connect all cables.
    Do not supply power before the whole system is set up and connected properly.
    Always disconnect from electric mains power supply before cleaning or servicing.
    Damages caused by non-observance are not subject to warranty.

    Set Up and Operation
    Follow the directions below, as they pertain to your preferred operation mode.
    Before plugging the unit in, always make sure that the power supply matches the product specification
    voltage. Do not attempt to operate a 120V specification product on 230V power, or vice versa.
    Connect the device to the main power supply. The device can be music-controlled by its built-in
    microphone.

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    Control Modes
    There are 4 modes:

    • Stand-alone (built-in programs)
    • Sound-controlled
    • Master/Slave
    • DMX512 (14 Channels ADVANCED or 8 channel BASIC)

    One Phantom (Built-in Programs)
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.

    Fasten the effect light onto firm trussing. Leave at least 1 meter on all sides for air circulation.
    Always use a safety cable (ordercode 70140 / 70141).
    Plug the end of the electric mains power cord into a proper electric power supply socket.
    When the Phantom is not connected by a DMX-cable, it functions as a stand-alone device.
    Please see page 15 for more information about the built-in programs.

    One Phantom (Sound-control)
    1. Fasten the effect light onto firm trussing. Leave at least 1 meter on all sides for air circulation.
    2. Always use a safety cable (ordercode 70140 / 70141).
    3. Plug the end of the electric mains power cord into a proper electric power supply socket.
    4. Turn on the music. If the device is set to sound-control, then the Phantom will react to the beat of the
    music. Please see page 15 for more information about the sound-control options.

    Multiple Phantoms (Master/Slave control)
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.

    Fasten the effect light onto firm trussing. Leave at least 1 meter on all sides for air circulation.
    Always use a safety cable (ordercode 70140 / 70141).
    Plug the end of the electric mains power cord into a proper electric power supply socket.
    Use a 3-p XLR cable to connect the Phantom.
    The pins:
    1.
    Earth
    2.
    Signal 3.
    Signal +

    5. Link the units as shown in (Fig. 3), Connect a DMX signal cable from the first unit's DMX "out" socket to
    the second unit's "in" socket. Repeat this process to link the second, third, and fourth units. You can
    use the same functions on the master device as described on page 15 (Built-in Programs or Music
    control)). This means on the master device you can set your desired operation Mode and all slave
    devices will react the same as the master device.

    Multiple Phantoms (Master/Slave control)

    Fig. 3
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    Multiple Phantoms (DMX Control)
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.

    Fasten the effect light onto firm trussing. Leave at least 1 meter on all sides for air circulation.
    Always use a safety cable (ordercode 70140 / 70141).
    Plug the end of the electric mains power cord into a proper electric power supply socket.
    Use a 3-p XLR cable to connect the Phantoms and other devices.

    5. Link the units as shown in (figure 4), Connect a DMX signal cable from the first unit's DMX "out" socket
    to the second unit's "in" socket. Repeat this process to link the second, third, and fourth units.
    6. Supply electric power: Plug electric mains power cords into each unit's IEC socket, then plug the
    other end of the mains power cord into proper electric power supply sockets, starting with the first
    unit. Do not supply power before the whole system is set up and connected properly.

    Multiple Phantoms DMX Set Up

    Note : Link all cables before connecting electric power
    Fig. 4

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    Fixture Linking
    You will need a serial data link to run light shows of one or more fixtures using a DMX-512 controller or to
    run synchronized shows on two or more fixtures set to a master/slave operating mode. The combined
    number of channels required by all the fixtures on a serial data link determines the number of fixtures the
    data link can support.
    Important:

    Fixtures on a serial data link must be daisy chained in one single line. To comply with the
    EIA-485 standard no more than 30 devices should be connected on one data link.
    Connecting more than 30 fixtures on one serial data link without the use of a DMX optically
    isolated splitter may result in deterioration of the digital DMX signal.
    Maximum recommended DMX data link distance: 100 meters
    Maximum recommended number of Phantoms on a DMX data link: 30 fixtures

    Data Cabling
    To link fixtures together you must obtain data cables. You can purchase DAP Audio certified DMX cables
    directly from a dealer/distributor or construct your own cable. If you choose to create your own cable
    please use data-grade cables that can carry a high quality signal and are less prone to electromagnetic
    interference.
    DAP Audio Certified DMX Data Cables
    • DAP Audio cable for allround use. bal. XLR/M 3 p. > XLR/F 3 p.
    Ordercode FL01150 (1,5m.), FL013 (3m.), FL016 (6m.), FL0110 (10m.), FL0115 (15m.), FL0120 (20m.).
    • DAP Audio cable for the demanding user with exceptional audio-qualities and connector made by
    Neutrik®. Ordercode FL71150 (1,5m.), FL713 (3m.), FL716 (6m.), FL7110 (10m.).

    The Phantom 75 LED Spot can be operated with a controller in control mode or without the controller in
    stand-alone mode.

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    Control Panel

    Fig. 5

    A. LCD Display
    B. MODE/ESC button
    C. Up Button

    D. Down Button
    E. ENTER Button

    Control Mode
    The fixtures are individually addressed on a data-link and connected to the controller.
    The fixtures respond to the DMX signal from the controller. (When you select the DMX address and save it,
    the controller will display the saved DMX address the next time.)

    DMX Addressing
    The control panel on the front side of the base allows you to assign the DMX fixture address, which is the
    first channel from which the Phantom will respond to the controller.
    Please note when you use the controller, the unit has 14 channels.
    When using multiple Phantoms, make sure you set the DMX addresses right.
    Therefore, the DMX address of the first Phantoms should be 1(001); the DMX address of the second
    Phantom should be 1+14=15 (015); the DMX address of the third Phantom should be 15+14=29 (029), etc.
    Please, be sure that you don’t have any overlapping channels in order to control each Phantom
    correctly.
    If two or more Phantoms are addressed similarly, they will work similarly.
    For address settings, please refer to the instructions under ”Addressing’.

    Controlling:
    After having addressed all Phantom fixtures, you may now start operating these via your lighting
    controller.
    Note: After switching on, the Phantom will automatically detect whether DMX 512 data is received or
    not. If there is no data received at the DMX-input, the “LED “ on the control panel will not flash.
    The problem may be:
    • The XLR cable from the controller is not connected with the input of the Phantom.
    • The controller is switched off or defective, the cable or connector is detective, or the signal wires are
    swapped in the input connector.
    Note: It’s necessary to insert a XLR termination plug (with 120 Ohm) in the last fixture in order to ensure
    proper transmission on the DMX data link.

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    Menu Overview

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    Main Menu Options
    DMX address

    Built-in Programs Slow/Fast/Sound-control/Slave

    Pan/Reverse Pan

    Tilt/Reverse Tilt

    Display/Reverse Display

    Advanced 14 channels/ Basic 8 channels

    Pan 540º, 360º, 180º

    Tilt 270º, 180º, 90º

    Reset

    Load factory default settings

    DMX Addressing
    With this menu you can set the DMX address.
    1. Press Mode/Esc, until the display shows
    .
    2. Press Enter to confirm. You can choose 512 different DMX addresses.
    Use the Up / Down buttons to select the required address from
    .
    3. Once you have set the desired DMX address, press the enter button to store your DMX address.

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    Built-in Programs Mode
    You can select 4 different Programs when using the Phatom.
    Press MODE until the display shows
    ,then press the UP / DOWN buttons to select all 4 programs.

    Built-in Program Slow
    When the display shows :
    ,then press ENTER. The display will show
    The device is now in a slow built-in program mode.

    .

    Built-in Program Fast
    When the display shows :
    ,then press ENTER. The display will show
    The device is now in a fast built-in program mode.

    .

    Sound-controlled Mode
    When the display shows :
    ,then press ENTER. The display will show
    The device is now sound-controlled and will react to the music.

    .

    Slave Mode
    When the display shows :
    , then press ENTER. The display will show
    The device is now a slave device. It will now react the same as its master.

    .

    Pan movement Mode
    When the display shows :

    , the device is in normal Pan Mode.

    When you press Up/Down. The display will show

    . The Pan function is reversed.

    Tilt movement Mode
    When the display shows :

    , the device is in normal Tilt Mode.

    When you press Up/Down. The display will show

    . The Tilt function is reversed.

    Display Mode
    When the display shows :

    , the device is in normal Display Mode.

    When you press Up/Down. The display will show

    . The Display function is reversed.

    Advanced/Basic Mode
    When the display shows :

    , the device has 14 Channels.

    When you press Up/Down. The display will show

    . The device now has 8 channels.

    Pan Mode
    When the display shows :

    , the Pan is 540º.

    When you press Up/Down and the display shows

    , the Pan is 360º.

    When you press Up/Down and the display shows

    , the Pan is 180º.

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    Tilt Mode
    When the display shows :

    , the Tilt is 270º.

    When you press Up/Down and the display shows

    , the Pan is 180º.

    When you press Up/Down and the display shows

    , the Pan is 90º.

    Reset
    When the display shows :

    and you press ENTER the device will reset.

    Default Settings
    When the display shows :
    settings.

    and you press ENTER the device will return to the factory default

    Password Change
    This is a Service Function.
    Press and hold MODE/ESC for 10 seconds.
    The display will show 0000.
    Press the Up button to change the value. Press the Down button to go to the next digit.
    Enter password: 2323.
    A new menu will open, you can scroll through the menu with the MODE/ESC button.

    Use the Up/Down buttons to change a certain value.
    Press the ENTER button to store your setting. This option will auto-exit after 10 seconds.

    Service Functions
    This is a Service Function.
    Press and hold MODE/ESC for 10 seconds.
    The display will show 0000.
    Press the Up button to change the value. Press the Down button to go to the next digit.
    Enter password: 2322.
    Use the Up/Down buttons to change a certain value.

    Press the ENTER button to store your setting. This option will auto-exit after 10 seconds.

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    DMX Channels
    14 Channels
    Channel 1 – Horizontal movement (Pan)
    Push the slider up, in order to move head horizontally (PAN).
    Gradual head adjustment from one end of the slider to the other (0-255, 128-center).
    The head can be turned by 540° and stopped at any position you wish.

    Channel 2 – Vertical movement (Tilt)
    Push the slider, up in order to move head vertically (TILT).
    Gradual head adjustment from one end of the slider to the other (0-255, 128-center).
    The head can be turned by 270° and stopped at any position you wish.

    Channel 3 – Pan fine 16 bit
    Channel 4 – Tilt fine 16 bit
    Channel 5 – PAN/TILT Speed
    0-255

    From Max Speed (0) to Min. Speed (255)

    Channel 6 – Colourwheel
    Linear color change following the movement of the slider. Between 128 - 255, the color-wheel rotates
    continuously the so-called “Rainbow” effect.
    0-6
    7-13
    14-20
    21-27
    28-34
    35-41
    42-48
    49-55
    56-63
    64-70
    71-77
    78-84
    85-91
    92-98
    99-105
    106-112
    113-119
    120-127
    128-191
    192-255

    Open / White
    Yellow
    Pink
    Green
    Red
    Light Blue
    Light Green
    Orange
    Dark Blue
    Split Color White / Yellow
    Split Color Yellow / Pink
    Split Color Pink / Green
    Split Color Green / Red
    Split Color Red / Light Blue
    Split Color Light Blue / Light Green
    Split Color Light Green / Orange
    Split Color Orange / Dark Blue
    Split Color Dark Blue / White
    Clockwise rotation (CW) rainbow effect from slow to fast
    Counter-clockwise rotation (CCW) rainbow effect from slow to fast

    Channel 7 – Shutter / Strobe (Dimmer must be open
    0-3
    4-7
    8-76
    77-145
    146-215
    216-255

    Close
    Shutter open
    Strobe effect, from slow to fast (0-10 flashes/sec.)
    Pulse Strobe effect
    Random Shutter
    Shutter open

    Channel 8 – Dimmer intensity (Shutter must be open
    0-255

    )

    From black to brightest

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    Channel 9 – Rotating Gobo-wheel + Gobo Shake
    0-7
    8-15
    16-23
    24-31
    32-39
    40-47
    48-55
    56-63
    64-71
    72-79
    80-87
    88-95
    96-103
    104-111
    112-119
    120-127
    128-191
    192-255

    Open / White
    Gobo 1 (Glass)
    Gobo 2 (Glass)
    Gobo 3 (Metal)
    Gobo 4 (Metal)
    Gobo 5 (Metal)
    Gobo 6 (Metal)
    Gobo 7 (Metal)
    Gobo Shake 7 from slow to fast
    Gobo Shake 6 from slow to fast
    Gobo Shake 5 from slow to fast
    Gobo Shake 4 from slow to fast
    Gobo Shake 3 from slow to fast
    Gobo Shake 2 from slow to fast
    Gobo Shake 1 from slow to fast
    Open / White
    Clockwise rotation (CW) rainbow effect from slow to fast
    Counter-clockwise rotation (CCW) rainbow effect from slow to fast

    Channel 10 – Gobo rotation
    0-63
    64-147
    148-231
    232-255

    Gobo-indexing
    Clockwise rotation (CW) from slow to fast
    Counter-clockwise rotation (CCW) from slow to fast
    Gobo bouncing

    Channel 11 – Channel Functions
    0-7
    8-15
    16-23
    24-31
    32-39
    40-47
    48-55
    56-87
    88-95
    96-103
    104-111
    112-119
    120-127
    128-135
    136-143
    144-151
    152-159
    160-255

    No Function
    Blackout during Pan/Tilt movement
    Blackout during Colorwheel movement
    Blackout during Gobowheel movement
    Blackout during Pan/Tilt/Colorwheel movement
    Blackout during Pan/Tilt/Gobowheel movement
    Blackout during Pan/Tilt/Gobowheel /Colorwheel movement
    No Function
    No Function
    Reset Pan after 3 seconds
    Reset Tilt after 3 seconds
    Reset Colorwheel after 3 seconds
    Reset Gobowheel after 3 seconds
    Reset Gobo rotation after 3 seconds
    Reset Prism after 3 seconds (Tip: nice fade out prism effect)
    Reset Focus after 3 seconds
    Reset All channels after 3 seconds
    No Function

    Channel 12 – Built-in Programs + Sound-controlled Programs
    0-7
    8-23
    24-39
    40-55
    56-71
    72-87
    88-103
    104-119
    120-135
    136-151
    152-167
    168-183
    184-199
    200-215
    216-231
    232-247
    248-255

    No Function
    Built-in Program 1
    Built-in Program 2
    Built-in Program 3
    Built-in Program 4
    Built-in Program 5
    Built-in Program 6
    Built-in Program 7
    Built-in Program 8
    Sound-controlled Program 1
    Sound-controlled Program 2
    Sound-controlled Program 3
    Sound-controlled Program 4
    Sound-controlled Program 5
    Sound-controlled Program 6
    Sound-controlled Program 7
    Sound-controlled Program 8

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    Channel 13 – Prism
    0-7
    8-12
    13-130
    131-247
    248-255

    Open
    3-facet Prism Effect
    Clockwise rotation (CW) prism effect from slow to fast
    Counter-clockwise rotation (CCW) prism effect from slow to fast

    3-facet Prism Effect

    Channel 14 – Focus
    0-255

    0-255 Continuous adjustment from far to near

    8 Channels
    Channel 1 – Horizontal movement (Pan)
    Push the slider up, in order to move head horizontally (PAN).
    Gradual head adjustment from one end of the slider to the other (0-255, 128-center).
    The head can be turned by 540° and stopped at any position you wish.

    Channel 2 – Vertical movement (Tilt)
    Push the slider, up in order to move head vertically (TILT).
    Gradual head adjustment from one end of the slider to the other (0-255, 128-center).
    The head can be turned by 270° and stopped at any position you wish.

    Channel 3 – Colourwheel
    Linear color change following the movement of the slider. Between 128 - 255, the color-wheel rotates
    continuously the so-called “Rainbow” effect.
    0-6
    7-13
    14-20
    21-27
    28-34
    35-41
    42-48
    49-55
    56-63
    64-70
    71-77
    78-84
    85-91
    92-98
    99-105
    106-112
    113-119
    120-127
    128-191
    192-255

    Open / White
    Yellow
    Pink
    Green
    Red
    Light Blue
    Light Green
    Orange
    Dark Blue
    Split Color White / Yellow
    Split Color Yellow / Pink
    Split Color Pink / Green
    Split Color Green / Red
    Split Color Red / Light Blue
    Split Color Light Blue / Light Green
    Split Color Light Green / Orange
    Split Color Orange / Dark Blue
    Split Color Dark Blue / White
    Clockwise rotation (CW) rainbow effect from slow to fast
    Counter-clockwise rotation (CCW) rainbow effect from slow to fast

    Channel 4 – Shutter / Strobe (Dimmer must be open
    0-3
    4-7
    8-76
    77-145
    146-215
    216-255

    Close
    Shutter open
    Strobe effect, from slow to fast (0-10 flashes/sec.)
    Pulse Strobe effect
    Random Shutter
    Shutter open

    Channel 5 – Dimmer intensity (Shutter must be open
    0-255

    )

    From black to brightest

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    Channel 6 – Rotating Gobo-wheel + Gobo Shake
    0-7
    8-15
    16-23
    24-31
    32-39
    40-47
    48-55
    56-63
    64-71
    72-79
    80-87
    88-95
    96-103
    104-111
    112-119
    120-127
    128-191
    192-255

    Open / White
    Gobo 1 (Glass)
    Gobo 2 (Glass)
    Gobo 3 (Metal)
    Gobo 4 (Metal)
    Gobo 5 (Metal)
    Gobo 6 (Metal)
    Gobo 7 (Metal)
    Gobo Shake 7 from slow to fast
    Gobo Shake 6 from slow to fast
    Gobo Shake 5 from slow to fast
    Gobo Shake 4 from slow to fast
    Gobo Shake 3 from slow to fast
    Gobo Shake 2 from slow to fast
    Gobo Shake 1 from slow to fast
    Open / White
    Clockwise rotation (CW) rainbow effect from slow to fast
    Counter-clockwise rotation (CCW) rainbow effect from slow to fast

    Channel 7 – Gobo rotation
    0-63
    64-147
    148-231
    232-255

    Gobo-indexing
    Clockwise rotation (CW) from slow to fast
    Counter-clockwise rotation (CCW) from slow to fast
    Gobo bouncing

    Channel 8 – Prism
    0-7
    8-12
    13-130
    131-247
    248-255

    Open
    3-facet Prism Effect
    Clockwise rotation (CW) prism effect from slow to fast
    Counter-clockwise rotation (CCW) prism effect from slow to fast

    3-facet Prism Effect

    Channel settings

    Fig. 6

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    Maintenance
    The Showtec Phantom 75 LED Spot requires almost no maintenance. However, you should keep the unit
    clean. Otherwise, the fixture’s light-output will be significantly reduced. Disconnect the mains power
    supply and then wipe the cover with a damp cloth. Wipe the front glass panel clean with glass cleaner
    and a soft cloth. Do not use alcohol or solvents. The front glass panel will require weekly cleaning, as
    smoke-fluid tends to build up residues, reducing the light-output very quickly. Do not immerse in liquid.
    The cooling-fans, colour-wheel, the gobowheel, the gobos and the internal lenses should be cleaned
    monthly with a soft brush.
    Please clean internal components once a year with a light brush and vacuum cleaner.
    Keep connections clean. Disconnect electric power, and then wipe the DMX and audio connections
    with a damp cloth. Make sure connections are thoroughly dry before linking equipment or supplying
    electric power.
    The operator has to make sure that safety-relating and machine-technical installations are to be
    inspected by an expert after every year in the course of an acceptance test.
    The operator has to make sure that safety-relating and machine-technical installations are to be
    inspected by a skilled person once a year.
    The following points have to be considered during the inspection:
    1. All screws used for installing the device or parts of the device have to be tightly connected and must
    not be corroded.
    2. There may not be any deformations on housings, fixations and installation spots.
    3. Mechanically moving parts like axles, eyes and others may not show any traces of wearing.
    4. The electric power supply cables must not show any damages or material fatigue.

    Replacing a Fuse
    Power surges, short-circuit or inappropriate electrical power supply may cause a fuse to burn out. If the
    fuse burns out, the product will not function whatsoever. If this happens, follow the directions below to do
    so.
    1. Unplug the unit from electric power source.
    2. Insert a screwdriver into the slot in the fuse cover. Gently pry up the fuse cover. The fuse will come out.
    3. Remove the used fuse. If brown or unclear, it is burned out.
    4. Insert the replacement fuse into the holder where the old fuse was. Reinsert the fuse cover. Be sure to
    use a fuse of the same type and specification. See the product specification label for details

    Replacing a Gobo from the rotating Gobowheel
    1. Disconnect mains power supply and set the switch to OFF.
    2. Make sure that the gobo you want to insert has the same size. For the right size, see below.
    Gobo Size

    Fig. 7

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    Fig. 8
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.

    Loosen the service lid of the housing, by sliding it to the left/right.
    Gently tilt the head so the small metal housing will slide out more easy.
    Turn the gobo wheel, with the gobo you want to remove, to the upside.
    Gently lift up the gobo holder 10º and then gently pull out the gobo from its position.

    Fig. 9
    7. Very carefully take the gobo out of the gobo holder with a pair of pliers.
    8. Place the new gobo in the gobo holder. Carefully put the pinchcock back, gently press the
    pinchcock a little bit together. Possibly use a pair of pliers to press the pinchcock a little bit together.
    9. Put the gobo holder back under the pressing snap and push it back.
    10.Replace the maintenance caps and fasten all screws.

    Glass Gobo Orientation
    Coated glass gobos are inserted with the coating against the rim of the holder (away from the spring).
    Textured gobos are inserted with the smooth side against the spring. This provides the best results when
    combining rotating gobos.

    When an object is held up to the coated side
    there is no space between the object and its
    reflection. The back edge of the gobo cannot
    be seen when looking through the coated
    side.

    When an object is held up to the uncoated
    side there is a space between the object and
    its reflection. The back edge of the gobo can
    be seen when looking through the uncoated
    side.

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    Rotating Gobo-wheel

    Colorwheel

    1
    8

    2

    7

    3
    6

    4
    5

    Fig. 10

    Fig. 11

    Troubleshooting
    No Light
    This troubleshooting guide is meant to help solve simple problems.
    If a problem occurs, carry out the steps below in sequence until a solution is found. Once the unit
    operates properly, do not carry out following steps.
    If the light effect does not operate properly, refer servicing to a technician.
    Response: Suspect four potential problem areas as: factory reset, the power supply, the LED, the fuse.
    1. First try to reset the device to its original factory default settings (Load Menu see page 16).
    2. Power supply. Check that the unit is plugged into an appropriate power supply.
    3. The LEDs. Return the Phantom to your Showtec dealer.
    4. The fuse. Replace the fuse. See page 21 for replacing the fuse.
    5. If all of the above appears to be O.K., plug the unit in again.
    6. If you are unable to determine the cause of the problem, do not open the Phantom, as this may
    damage the unit and the warranty will become void.
    7. Return the device to your Showtec dealer.

    No Response to DMX
    Response: Suspect the DMX cable or connectors, a controller malfunction, a light effect DMX card
    malfunction.
    1. Check the DMX setting. Make sure that DMX addresses are correct.
    2. Check the DMX cable: Unplug the unit; change the DMX cable; then reconnect to electrical power.
    Try your DMX control again.
    3. Determine whether the controller or light effect is at fault. Does the controller operate properly with
    other DMX products ? If not, take the controller in for repair. If so, take the DMX cable and the light
    effect to a qualified technician.
    See next page for more problem solving.

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    Problem
    One or more
    fixtures are
    completely dead.
    Fixtures reset
    correctly, but all
    respond
    erratically or not
    at all to the
    controller.

    Probable cause(s)
    No power to the fixture

    Remedy
    • Check that power is switched on
    and cables are plugged in.

    Primary fuse blown.

    • Replace fuse.

    The controller is not connected.
    3-pin XLR Out of the controller
    does not match XLR Out of the first
    fixture on the link (i.e. signal is
    reversed).

    • Connect controller.
    • Install a phase reversing cable
    between the controller and the first
    fixture on the link.
    • Check data quality. If much lower
    than 100 percent, the problem may
    be a bad data link connection, poor
    quality or broken cables, missing
    termination plug, or a defective
    fixture disturbing the link.

    Poor data quality

    Bad data link connection
    Fixtures reset
    correctly, but
    some respond
    erratically or not
    at all to the
    controller.

    Data link not terminated with 120
    Ohm termination plug.
    Incorrect addressing of the fixtures.
    One of the fixtures is defective and
    disturbs data transmission on the
    link.

    3-pin XLR Out on the fixtures does
    not match (pins 2 and 3 reversed).
    Shutter closes
    suddenly

    No light or lamp
    cuts out
    intermittently

    The color wheel, gobowheel or a
    gobo has lost its index position and
    the fixture is resetting the effect.
    Fixture is too hot.

    LEDs damaged
    The power supply settings do not
    match local AC voltage and
    frequency.

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    • Inspect connections and cables.
    Correct poor connections. Repair or
    replace damaged cables.
    • Insert termination plug in output jack
    of the last fixture on the link.
    • Check address setting.
    • Bypass one fixture at a time until
    normal operation is regained: unplug
    both connectors and connect them
    directly together.
    • Have the defective fixture serviced
    by a qualified technician.
    • Install a phase-reversing cable
    between the fixtures or swap pin 2
    and 3 in the fixture, that behaves
    erratically.
    • Contact a technician for servicing
    the problem persists.
    • Allow fixture to cool.
    • Clean fan.
    • Make sure air vents at control panel
    and front lens are not blocked.
    • Turn up the air conditioning .
    • Disconnect fixture and return to your
    dealer.
    • Disconnect fixture. Check settings
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    Product Specification
    Model: Showtec Phantom 75 LED Spot

    Input Voltage: 100-240 VAC
    Continuous Power 170 Watt
    Fuse: F3A / 250V
    Dimensions: 338 x 247x 390 mm (LxWxH)
    Weight: 11 kg
    Operation and Programming
    Signal pin OUT: pin 1 earth, pin 2 (-), pin 3 (+)
    Set Up and Addressing: LED control panel
    Pan/Tilt resolution: 8-16 bit
    DMX Channels: 14 or 8
    Signal input 3-pin XLR male
    Signal output 3 -pin XLR female
    Electro-mechanical effects
    LED source the shutter is electronic not mechanical.
    Focus is motorized and the Phantom 75 has a manual zoom.
    Gobo inner diameter: 20mm, Gobo outer diameter: 24mm
    Built-in Automatic Programs + Built-in Sound activated programs
    DMX-control via standard DMX-controller
    User-selectable Pan & Tilt ranges, 540° / 360° / 180°
    Reverse Pan / Tilt movement
    Special: Pan / Tilt movement blackout
    Pan 0º -- 540º, Tilt 0º -- 270º
    Control: DMX-512, Master/Slave, Sound-controlled
    16 Built in programs selectable by DMX
    Light Source: 1 x 75W White LED
    Colourwheel with 8 dichroic-colours and white
    Color functions: Split colors, Rainbow-flow effect
    Rotation: Bi-directional
    Prism: 3-facet prism
    Output: 24.500 Lux @ 1m. (at 17°)
    Beam Angle: 17° - 20° Manual
    Gobo functions: Gobo-flow effect, Gobo shake
    8 automatic and 8 sound-to-light programs
    Rotating Gobowheel with 2 glass gobos, 5 metal gobos and open with Gobo Shake Function
    Single clamp bracket, which makes it easy to handle and position in truss systems.
    Input Voltage: 100-240 VAC
    LED Drive Current: 16.5A
    Continuous Power 170 Watt
    Dimmer: 0-100%
    Strobe: 0-20Hz
    Focus: Motorized focus
    Housing: Black Metal & Flame-retardant plastic
    Gobos
    Colourwheel: heat-resistant and intensify glass; dichroic glas coating
    Max. ambient temperature ta: 40°C; Max. housing temperature tB: 80°C
    Cooling: 2 axial fans – 1 fan in the projector and 1 in the base
    Motor: high quality stepping-motor controlled by microprocessors
    Minimum distance:
    Minimum distance from flammable surfaces: 0.5m
    Minimum distance to lighted object: 1.3m
    Design and product specifications are subject to change without prior notice.

    Website: www.Showtec.info
    Email: service@highlite.nl

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