||This worksheet documents the function of each channel for each fixture.
||Each Chauvet Obey 10 fixtures has sixteen DMX channels divided into
Page A (channels 1-8) and Page B (channels 9-16). Channels can be patched,
reversed, and can switch from variable to switched output.
||For best results, set printer to only print page one unless you need copies of
||This block can be used to describe the event.
||This block can be used to indicate date when fixtures need to be ready.
||This block can be used to indicate date when fixtures will be available for the next event.
||Specify what type of device is physically mapped to this fixture.
||DMX is divided into universes of 512 channels. Indicate which universe this controller
||Specifies the starting DMX address for this fixture. In the chart below, mark unused
channels 'N/A'. While it might be possible to "stack" more than one device on a fixture
it isn't practical in operation.
||Specify the which controller fixture the fixture is assigned to.
||Specify the control function for this channel. You can also annotate additional
useful information e.g. 0-20 off, 21-127 forward rot, 128-255 reverse rot. as
||Channel Mode: leave blank or mark 'N' to indicate normal dimmer mode
or mark 'Y' to indicate switched (on/off) mode.
||Channel Reverse: Reversing can be used to make fixture actions more convenient so that
0 becomes 255 and 255 becomes 0. Leave blank or mark 'N' to indicate normal fader direction
or mark 'Y' to indicate reversed fader direction.
||Channel Patch: Some fixtures may have features on different channels form
others, for example Gobo on 6 on one type, but on 7 on another. Patching allows
the operator to reassign channel 6 to 7 and 7 to 6 in order to line them up. Note
that the value to be entered is the actual DMX address to be patched.