Mode: White, Gels/Hue, RGB, CIE xy or FX
Default is White mode. Custom Kelvin settings can be set between 2700K to 6500K. To change to Gels/Hue, RGB, CIE xy or FX mode, press the control knob. Custom Kelvin settings can be set between 2500K to 9900K.
When choosing settings, if there is no activity, the display will default to Dim. The timeout default is 15 seconds, but can be changed by pressing the control knob to 0, 5, 15, 20 and 30 seconds.
Default is On. Press control knob to turn Dim Smooth Off for instant response for special effects such as flashing, flickering, strobing, etc.
Press control knob to rotate display.
The default setting is 30kHz and is generally considered to be flicker-free for most applications up to 240 frames/per second. However, Frequency can be increased up to 300kHz by increments of 1.
Celeb 250 “Boost”
The Celeb 250 includes a Boost mode to increase light output. Boost mode also increases heat of the fixture and should only be used in a studio environment with a controlled ambient temperature of 77°F (25°C) or below.
To reset factory settings, press the control knob to select Reset, press to select Factory Reset. Rotate the control knob to select Yes and press to confirm reset. Main display will default to: Dim = 10%, Kelvin = 2700K, G/M = 000 and DMX = 001.
To clear all settings, but save any presets that have been stored to memory. Press the control knob to select clear settings. Rotate the control knob to select Yes and press to confirm.
To reset Preset buttons 1-4: 2700K, 3200K, 5000K, 6500K. In addition G/M will reset to 000. Press the control knob to select Clear Presets. Rotate the control knob press to select Yes and press to confirm.
Note: Clear Presets resets buttons in White mode, both Color modes, CIE xy and FX mode.
RDM unique ID is displayed. The ID is generated by entering the model number and serial number of the fixture/LED controller at the factory or by the end user.