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OK, have been learning how to use our new fat frog (having lots of fun), but can't find any instructions for powering down.

 

Any advice on how to switch off?

 

Obvious answer would be to switch off at the mains, but surely this will cause damage?

 

Also; been wondering what on earth LTP stands for (and more to the point what it does) as I can't see any clues in the manual.

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OK, have been learning how to use our new fat frog (having lots of fun), but can't find any instructions for powering down.

 

Any advice on how to switch off?

 

Obvious answer would be to switch off at the mains, but surely this will cause damage?

 

Also; been wondering what on earth LTP stands for (and more to the point what it does) as I can't see any clues in the manual.

 

As there is no power switch on the desk itself, switching off at the mains is the normal method for powering down the desk.

 

LTP = LATEST TAKES PRECEDENCE

This is a standard by which some lighting desks operate. If there is more than one control on the desk affecting a particular channel, then the latest control to operate will be the one to affect the output on stage (regardless if this is higher or lower than the previous output value). This system is used on desks with moving light functionality and is used to control the colour, beamshape (gobos, shutter, iris etc) and position (pan and tilt) parameters.

 

The brightness (intensity) of a fixture is normall controlled HTP (Highest Takes Precedence).

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As there is no power switch on the desk itself, switching off at the mains is the normal method for powering down the desk.

 

LTP = LATEST TAKES PRECEDENCE

This is a standard by which some lighting desks operate. If there is more than one control on the desk affecting a particular channel, then the latest control to operate will be the one to affect the output on stage (regardless if this is higher or lower than the previous output value). This system is used on desks with moving light functionality and is used to control the colour, beamshape (gobos, shutter, iris etc) and position (pan and tilt) parameters.

 

The brightness (intensity) of a fixture is normall controlled HTP (Highest Takes Precedence).

wow i too have been wondering that. thank you so much!

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