L52 2C

Table of Contents

Flash Pattern

Introduction

  • With Steady burn 1 and Steady burn 2 an external flasher or control system is used to control the flash pattern.

The flash pattern setting controls the flash pattern. There are seven available combinations of flash patterns, see table. 

  • Double, Triple and Steady burn are built-in flash patterns and no control system is needed.

  • With Steady burn 1, Steady burn 2 and Steady burn 3 an external flasher or control system is used to control the flash pattern.

The preset setting of flash pattern depends on the version of the lamp, see Preset Settings .

When in configuration mode, the number of blank flashes (lamp off) in the flash sequence show the current flash pattern setting, see table.

Blank flashes per

flash sequence

Flash pattern

Flash control

Color 1

Color 2

1

Double

Double

Built-in

2

Triple

Triple

Built-in

3

Double

Steady burn

Built-in

4

Triple

Steady burn

Built-in

5

Steady burn 1

Steady burn 1

External

6

Steady burn 2

Steady burn 2

External

7

Double

Steady burn 3

Built-in/External

Setting the Flash Pattern

WARNING

Risk of eye damage. Do not look into the light beam at close range.

  1. If already in configuration mode, go to step 6.

  1. If the lamp is connected to the power supply, disconnect it.

  2. Connect the red wire to 10-30 V DC via a 5 A fuse.

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  3. Connect the black wire to ground.

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  4. Within 1 to 6 sec: temporarily connect the white wire to ground and let it stay connected for at least 2 sec.

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    The lamp enters configuration mode and a flash sequence indicating the current settings starts.

    Note

    If this step is performed incorrectly, you must restart from step 2.

  1. Temporarily connect the white wire to ground to enter configuration mode for flash pattern.

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  2. Count the number of blank flashes (lamp off) per flash sequence to find out the current flash pattern setting.

  3. Temporarily connect the white wire to ground again to change to the next version of flash pattern. Each time the white wire is temporarily connected to ground the next version of flash pattern is selected.

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  4. To change the sync mode setting, see Sync Mode. To change the input X2/X3 setting, see Input X2/X3To reset to factory settings, see Factory Reset.

  5. Disconnect the power supply to save the selected settings and exit configuration mode.