Basic Operation

There are several human-machine inputs on the DC200 that are handled slightly different that S1 FW. 

  1. Switch Center. This position always provides access to all settings screens and functions regardless of mode or if DMX input is present. 
    1. Start by pressing the screen-side button positioned on the right (R). Navigation is completely performed with the left knob. Turn the knob until the desired selection is highlighted (inverted). Select by a short-press gesture to the left knob.
      1. Note that the header also functions as the “back” function.
      2. Note the arrow pointing right indicates additional screens are available.
      3. Note the “scroll bar”, the vertical line on the very right side of the screen, as it denotes pagination. E.g. A line that is half the height of the screen indicated that there are more items “below”. Scrolling navigates to the next page automatically.
      4. Active items show a bullet before its description. This indicated the current setting.
  2. Switch  Up (with no DMX signal present)
    1. Operates Simple Mode.
      1. Use the right knob to operate the Intensity
      2. Use the left knob to operate CCT.
      3. Use the screen-side buttons to operate:
        1. Presets
        2. Audition
        3. Tint function
  3. Switch Down
    1. Operates all advanced modes. See details below for more info.
      1. Spectrum Mode is the default mode. This includes control for Intensity, CCT, Tint (+/-), Saturation and Accent color. New to OS2 is an updated method of control. If the item on the screen is reversed (inverted color), then the left knob operates it. I not, the right knob does. Unlike S1 FW, there is only one main screen where intensity is always active and controlled by the right knob. CCT, Saturation, and Accent color are all operated by the left knob. A short-press of the left knob cycles through the three “parameters”. 
        1. Note: an algorithm that evaluates how fast you are turning each knob and accelerates the adjustment speed eliminating the S1 FW push-and-turn function.