Atomic 3000 DMX

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The Atomic 3000 DMX is a powerful and rugged, 3000 W high-impact strobe.

Specifications

  • Physical Height: 240 mm (9.4 in.) without bracket Length: 425 mm (16.7 in.) without bracket Weight: 7.5 kg (16.5 lbs.) without bracket Width: 245 mm (9.6 in.) without bracket Dynamic Effects Variable strobe: 0 - 650 ms (50 Hz supply), or 0 - 530 ms (60 Hz supply) Strobe rate: 0 - 25 flashes/second (50 Hz supply), 0 - 30 flashes/second (60 Hz supply) Blinder effect: Continuous with auto fade Strobe intensity: Blackout - maximum Special effects: Ramp up, ramp down, ramp up-down, random flash, lightning, spikes, blinder, single flash Control and Programming Control options: DMX, stand-alone, multi-fixture chase (with Detonator remote), MC-1 Stand-alone control: Via N.O. or N.C. SPST switch Stand-alone options: Selectable flash rate or blinder effect Setting and addressing: DIP switch DMX channels: 1, 3, and 4 channel modes Receiver: RS-485 DMX compliance: USITT DMX512/1990 Lamp Type: Xenon discharge Approved lamps: MAX-15 Xenon (200-240 V power), MAX-7 Xenon (100-120 V power) Construction Housing: Steel Color: Black Finish: Electrostatic powder-coated Installation Minimum clearance around fan and air vents: 0.1 m (0.4 ft.) Mounting points: Five 12 mm (0.5 in.) holes in mounting bracket Orientation: Any Minimum distance to combustible materials: 0.5 m (1.7 ft.) Minimum distance to illuminated surfaces: 1 m (3.3 ft.) Connections Power connection: 1.5 m (4.9 ft.) cable tail, 14 AWG DMX data in/out: 3-pin and 5-pin XLR sockets
  • Electrical AC power (MAX-7 model): 100-120 V nominal, 50/60 Hz AC power (MAX-15 model): 200-240 V nominal, 50/60 Hz Power supply unit: Auto-ranging electronic switch-mode Typical current consumption (MAX-15, high power mode): 8 A Peak current consumption: 33 A Main fuse (all AC power voltages): 20 AT (slow blow), 250 V AC mains power cable: 14 AWG or 2.5mm2 Thermal Maximum ambient temperature (Ta max.): 40° C (104° F) Minimum ambient temperature (Ta min.): 5° C (41° F) Maximum lamp socket temperature: 120° C (248° F) Approvals EU safety: EN 60598-1, EN 60598-2-17 EU EMC: EN 50 081-1, EN 50 082-1 US safety: ANSI/UL 1573 Canadian safety: CSA C22.2 No. 166 Included Items MAX-15 Xenon lamp (installed, EU model): P/N 97010307 MAX-7 Xenon lamp (installed, US model): P/N 97010308 User manual: P/N 35000094 Accessories G-clamp: P/N 91602003 Atomic Detonator: P/N 90760020 Atomic Colors for Atomic 3000: P/N 91611086 Half-coupler clamp: P/N 91602005 Spare Parts MAX-15 lamp for use with 200-240 V power: P/N 97010307 MAX-7 lamp for use with 100-120 V power: P/N 97010308 Main fuse (20 AT): P/N 05020040 Ordering Information Atomic 3000 DMX EU model (MAX-15 lamp, 200-240 V): P/N 90424200 Atomic 3000 DMX US model (MAX-7 lamp, 100-120 V): P/N 90424300

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Specifications
Atomic 3000 DMX Spec Sheet-English   en  412 KB Jul 09, 2018
Manuals
Atomic 3000 DMX - User Manual en  1.36 MB Jul 14, 2016
Manuel d´utilisation fr  771 KB Jul 15, 2008
Bedienungsanleitung de  826 KB Aug 11, 2005
Manual de instrucciones es  1.31 MB Dec 01, 2005
Illustrations
Dimensions en  95.9 KB Oct 29, 2001
Atomic 3000 DMX Dimensions 2D (DXF) en  7.94 MB Mar 18, 2016
Cad Drawings
Vectorworks Symbols 2.5  en  110 MB Mar 27, 2018
Compliances
Atomic 3000 DMX - ETL Authorization to Mark en  198 KB Jun 17, 2007
Atomic 3000 DMX - EU Declaration of Conformity en  41.8 KB Mar 18, 2016
Martin MAX Series Xenon Lamp - EU Declaration of Conformity en  622 KB Feb 06, 2018
Lampe Xénon Série Martin MAX - Déclaration Européenne de Conformité fr  629 KB Feb 06, 2018
Service Notes
Multi-unit coupler installation en  236 KB Oct 29, 2001
Touring Kit en  124 KB Jun 19, 2002
Tech Notes
Atomic 3000 Can Cause Voltage Drops     Oct 09, 2017
AC Mains power voltage jumper setting on PCB en    Aug 16, 2010
Electrical safety test equipment     Oct 09, 2017
Martin Lamps Only in Atomic 3000     Oct 09, 2017
New Lamp for Atomic 3000     Oct 09, 2017
Odd-Address Bug in Version 1.1     Oct 09, 2017
Atomic 3000 DMX Protocol Version 1     Oct 09, 2017
Hints And Tips
Atomic 3000 Can Cause Voltage Drops en    Apr 03, 2005
Electrical safety test equipment en    Nov 09, 2008
Martin Lamps Only in Atomic 3000 en    Dec 26, 2007
New Lamp en    Aug 26, 2001
Odd-Address Bug in Version 1.1 en    Jul 04, 2001

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