||This worksheet documents the function of each channel for each fixture. This form is an attachment
to the controller schedule.
Each Chauvet Obey 70 fixture has thirty two DMX channels divided into
Page A (channels 1-16) and Page B (channels 17-32). Channels can be patched,
||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. Additional details
such as mounting, connector, or customizations can be noted here.
||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 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.