Question about Behringer Eurolight Lc2412 Dmx Lighting Console Theater Dj Led Lc 2412
I have all 24 channels programed for dmx. I cant figure out how to use both preset and memory to run without toggeling between the two. In a readout from Behringer it says to to use faders 1 2 and 3 in the A PRESET section to create a stage design with the lights.does this mean to assign dmx to those channels or possibly raise the pre dmxed faders to full on position. then it says to press flash button 1. soft A then quit. Do I follow this procedure through all the faders 1-12? I'm lost.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I will give you something to try and beyond that, you have to replace the fader.
Try spraying a LITTLE CRC 226 into the fader slot. Procure this at a Home Depot store in a small blue spray can in the electrical department. (about $2.60) DO NOT USE CONTACT CLEANER such as De-Oxit.
Spray a bit in and see if it improves the situation.
IF NOT what has happened is the sliding fingers have worn through and folded back and dug into the resistance element in the fader. That is fatal!
The faders, once you find the right type are not very expensive say less than $5 BUT there are usually massive number of screws to take out and knobs to remove to get the board out. SOMETIMES the ones you get have to have the "handle" shortened by a quarter inch. Do this with tin snips and clean off burrs with a file.
You need to match the resistance, the hole pattern, AND the "taper" which for those will be an "audio taper" The fader will have a part number on the side and MOST are made by "ALPS". Digikey and Mouser are my usual sources online.
Un-soldering the old fader takes care and solder removal tools. DO NOT force the leads out till the solder is all out and the lead is free. You will lift the circuit traces off the board.
Clean the residue of soldering flux when done and re-assemble.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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The LED cans are not easily dimmable to very low levels. The signals sent are all digital. It is POSSIBLE that the A channel fader doesn't go low enough electrically within the console and the conversion to the control stream of data is NOT commanding a low enough level. LED's are HARD to dim below a certain point and what would happen is that in the multiple strings of each color, some stings would go completely out before others... SO it is possible they have a minimum SET in the PAR can that is the lowest level that can be done without dropping off some of the internal groups and making a mess of the color. There would be NO solution available to you in this case.
Posted on Jul 08, 2011
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