Pro Spot™

Watch the setup video

In this short 2 minute video, you’ll learn the essentials needed to utilize your Pro Spot™.

STEP-BY-STEP

Key steps for setting up your fixture...

Step 1

Unbox your fixture and its parts. Included are the fixture, lens tube, power cord, short DMX cable and color temperature filter/gel with frame.

Step 2

Attach the power cable by inserting the blue PowerCon™ connector into the fixture and twisting it to lock.

Step 3

Plug into power and press the power switch to the ON position.

Step 4

Patch the fixture into your software or controller. (View patching example below)

Step 5

Set the DMX address and run mode using the menu + up/down buttons. We recommend 1CH run mode.

Step 6

Mount your fixture, attach the barn doors and connect DMX cable to your other fixtures, distributor or controller using the in/out DMX port.

Fixture Profiles

Control

Software patching examples

Don't see your controller listed?
Simply follow the concepts outlined in the patching examples.
View your specific software or controller manual for related patching instructions.

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Pro Spot™ User Manual

FAQ

Use the frame shutter handles on the top/bottom and left/right. Move them in and out of the fixture to shape the beam. You may also soften the beam edge by moving the lens in and out.

Rigging guides are available to PCL customers only. Please login to view detailed rigging guides.

Your software will dictate what DMX address you should set to your fixture. View the software patching examples on this page for more detail.

The color temperature filter included with your fixture is optional. The native color temp is 3200k. To achieve 4000k, simply attach the filter to the front of the fixture using the included frame.

Check to make sure the PowerCon™ end is twisted and locked into the fixture. Check the power switch. Check the fuse. Check the power cord and power source.

This is most likely caused by your DMX or Mode being set incorrectly. Please check your DMX addressing and mode settings.

Yes, simply use a power chain cable to connect power between fixtures. Up to 6 fixtures can be chained together.

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