Savage RGB-100P Pro LED Panel

BH #SARGB100P • MFR #RGB-100P
Savage RGB-100P Pro LED Panel
Key Features
  • Measures 11.5 x 10"
  • 120° Beam Spread
  • CCT: 3200-10,000K, CRI97 @ 3200/5600K
  • RGB Mode: 360 Selectable Colors
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Featuring a compact form factor and expansive color control, the 11.5 x 10" RGB-100P Pro LED Panel from Savage has a wide color temperature range of 3200 to 10,000K to satisfy ambient or mixed lighting requirements with a high CRI of 97 at 5500K and 3200K. Additionally, the light's RGB Mode features 360 selectable colors with saturation control that yields a myriad of hues. You can make these adjustments locally on the fixture or remotely on a console via built-in DMX. Modifications appear on the fixture's LCD screen. There's also a smartphone app for wireless control.
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Savage RGB Pro LED Panel Overview

Featuring a compact form factor and expansive color control, the 11.5 x 10" RGB-100P Pro LED Panel from Savage has a wide color temperature range of 3200 to 10,000K to satisfy ambient or mixed lighting requirements with a high CRI of 97 at 5500K and 3200K. Additionally, the light's RGB Mode features 360 selectable colors with saturation control that yields a myriad of hues. You can make these adjustments locally on the fixture or remotely on a console via built-in DMX. Modifications appear on the fixture's LCD screen. There's also a smartphone app for wireless control.

The RGB-100P has a wide 120-degree beam spread that can be modified by the included 4-way barndoors, by simply swinging one or more leaves into the path of the light. Among the fixture's benefits are special effects like strobe span, and pulse, as well as AC or optional V-mount battery power.

Savage RGB Pro LED Panel Specs

Light Fixture
Beam Angle120°
Color Temperature3200 to 10,000K
Color Accuracy StandardCRI 97 at 5600K
Cooling SystemNone
DisplayLCD
Photometrics120° at 5500K:
179.7 fc / 1934 lux at 3.28' / 1 m
120° at 3200K:
143.6 fc / 1546 lux at 3.28' / 1 m
Fixture Dimensions15.0 x 10.0" / 38.1 x 25.4 cm
Mounting
Fixture MountNone
Yoke
Yoke TypeYoke/Bracket
Remote Operation
Remote Control TypeDMX
Power
Power SourceAC Adapter, External Battery
Physical
Packaging Info
Package Weight12.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)19.8 x 19.3 x 6.2"
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How do I set the start DMX channel? It seems to ...

How do I set the start DMX channel? It seems to default to channel 1 as the start with no way to change to another number. I tried the app also but no DMX settings in there. (I have several of these I purchased from you but the manual doesn't say and I cannot find the information online!). Thank You!
Asked by: Jonathan
This is a copy of the manual. If you have any other concerns please contact Savage directly. DMX Operation Connect the DMX output to the Savage RGB Pro Panel and turn the panel on. The panel should automatically detect the controller and switch to DMX mode. The panel display will say: “DMX 512 with RGB..” Below the readout, the channel information will display. Channel 1: Center Channel 2: Red Channel 3: Green Channel 4: Blue The DMX512 will default to channel one, but four channels are supported. Set channel one to any number above zero (we recommend the 50% position). The panel’s functions supported in DMX mode are RGB, hue/saturation/intensity and CCT. Red, green and blue can now be controlled individually. To change modes. Press the “Menu/Intensity” button one time. The menu will display the following: DMX 1/SW 2/R 3/G 4/B 1/SW 2/I 3/S 4/H 1/SW 2/BRI 3/CCT The number before each letter is the channel number for the selected function. The first line is the RGB mode and when selected will allow the user to make red, green and blue adjustments. The second line allows the user to adjust the intensity, saturation and hue of the selected color. The third line allows the user to switch to CCT mode. To change modes, rotate the “Menu/Intensity” clockwise until the desired mode is highlighted. Press the “Intensity/Menu” button again and the light will switch to the selected mode and be controllable with the DMX contro
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