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DON'T USE THIS WORKFLOW IF YOU DON'T HAVE A MONITOR CONNECTED TO THE LIGHT BOARD

To find the circuit to turn on look at the lighting grid and find where the fixture is plugged into. Ex: H7

Go to the chart on the left and find "H" on the vertical side and the "7" on the horizontal side.

So "H7" is fixture 12.

NOTE MAY HAVE TO HIT BLACKOUT A COUPLE OF TIMES AND HIT SCENE / SUBMASATER/SCENE A FEW TIMES BEFORE IT WORKS





Press F3 to get into the setup menu

Select 1. Or Patch

Then click on (Select) or F3

Click on F3 to select "Edit Patch" or click on the right arrow to scroll down to #2 or #3 selections then click on F3 to select

Click on the right arrow to scroll down to #2 or #3 selections then click on F3 to select

To change the dimmer modules patching, select Edit Patch>Click F3 to select>

Enter in the channel to assign the dimmer to. Followed by an "@" Then enter in the Dimmer # to assign to that channel.
For Example as shown in the pic to the left.
To assign circuit 80 to the board dimmer module 40 type in 80@40 and follow that by the

Asterisk key that is the same as "enter" to set the dimmer assignment

Make sure that the scene mode is in "Single Scene" this seems to work the best


Preset A should be up as well as Grand Master

Modes

 

Type in fixture 47 @ dimmer 9 *


|One note is that pressing "scene mode" over and over with Preset A and Grand Master up then that will toggle on the lights if they don't come on|

To see the settings of the circuits click the ESC or F1 key till the "Main Menu" appears then click F3 or Setup to display the patch menu.
Arrow right to select the "2nd" setting then click Select or F3 to select the Display Patch menu.

The patch settings will appear per dimmer and by selecting the "right" arrow key can scroll through all the dimmers and see what circuit is patched to that controllable dimmer.
This example shows Circuit 80 (which is a floor plug 50 amp) is controlled by dimmer #44 on the Strand Dimmer Board