First: In the stage lighting control of the auditorium, if the lighting controllers suddenly turn on the light when the light bulb is cold, it is likely to cause the light bulb to burst with a bang; or cause the tungsten filament of the light bulb to fuse. Faced with this problem The control technique that our stage lighting controllers should master is when the bulb is in a cold state (before the opening), the fader of the console is only pushed up a little (commonly known as the calendered state), so that the bulb is slightly bright , let it be in the preheating state, so that it can be heated evenly, and at the same time evaporate the water molecules condensed on the glass shell of the bulb. After a few minutes of preheating, push it a little brighter. Second: Lighting controllers should remember not to turn on the power supply of the silicon box when the fader of the dimming console is fully pushed. Fault.
Third: Stage lighting controllers must remember not to reverse the order of the light console and the power supply of the silicon box when switching the equipment. It is normal for the incorrect operation sequence to damage the equipment. Friends who understand control technology should be very clear about this. that's it. Fourth: When operating and controlling the lighting equipment, avoid shaking the lamps and lanterns with large movements when the bulb is turned on. Fifth: Do not touch the bulb directly with your hands when replacing the bulb, which will affect the smoothness of the bulb, and another hidden hazard is that it will cause the bulb to burst. The operation technique we use in this step is when replacing the bulb , Be sure to put on gloves before touching the bulb.
If you don't have gloves, you can wrap the bulb with sponge, plastic paper or soft paper towel before installing. Remember to remove these wrappers after installation to avoid fire when the bulb is turned on. Sixth: Do not forget to install the protective net cover when installing the color changer. The protective net cover is to prevent splashing and burning objects when the bulb explodes.