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hi all, I have some new fixtures that I am trying to patch into my desk. it says they can be run on 2,3,5 or 24 channels. they work on 5 channels but I wanted them on 24 and they wont respond when I set them in that mode. below is the information from Thommans site. I have a zero88 leapfrog 96 with the latest operating upgrade installed. any help would be appreciated.

Stairville Led Bar 240/8 RGB DMX 30°



LED Floodlight Bar

  • With 240 10 mm LEDs
  • The LED bar 240/8 is ideally suited to the colour light design of stages in clubs, bars, etc.
  • Via the 8 individual and controllable segments, very diverse and dynamic surface effects can be produced
  • A practically limitless range of colours via RGB colour blend
  • Via the LED display, all the main functions can be adjusted and retrieved directly on the device
  • Light source: 240 LEDs with Ø 10 mm (96 red, 72 green, 72 blue)
  • 8 Control segments
  • Beam angle: 30°
  • Power supply: AC 90 V / 240 V, 50 Hz / 60 Hz
  • Max. power consumption: 36 W
  • Connections: DMX in- and output: 3-pin XLR
  • Power in- and output: IEC (cold device plug)
  • Material: Aluminium
  • Incl. 4 Mounting brackets (2 x short, 2 x long)
  • Scope of application: Inside, -10°C up to +40°C
  • Dimensions: 1064 x 65 x 88.5 mm
  • Weight: 2.6 kg

Possible operating modes:


  • Control via DMX 512 (2, 3, 5, or 24 channels)
  • Master/Slave
  • Auto Run (internal programs)
  • Sound-to-Light (via built-in microphone)
  • Static colour setting

Further information

OutdoorNoNumber of LEDs240LED Power10 mmColour MixingRGBLED Typesingle color LEDFanlessYesRemote controlOptionalwireless DMXNohousing colourBlackIndividually controllable LEDsNoLength1 m

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You've been posting on the Zero88 Forum regards your PAR56 unit (to which I've just replied). Same advice goes here: have you got a fixture definition for this unit? If not, send a link to the manual to FixtureSupport@Zero88.com.


As David says above, getting it working on the generics faders is a start to know it's at least working.




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