CBRSNS CyberSense User Manual 15_1.0 UserMan r1 Paul C. Buff, Inc.

Paul C. Buff, Inc. CyberSense

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MANUAL
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
The CyberSense can be used to control the output of both the flash and modeling lamp on up to four Paul C. Buff flash units.
REQUIRED EQUIPMENT
- CyberSyncTM Trigger Transmitter 2 (CST2)
- AlienBees and White Lightnings flash units require CyberSyncTM Plus Model Receivers (CSR+ or CSRB+)
- DigiBee and EinsteinTM flash units require CyberSyncTM Tranceiver (CSXCV)
RADIO RANGE Up to 300 ft. (when on a flat and level terrain with no obstructions)
RADIO OPERATING FREQUENCY
2.4GHz
SYNC VOLTAGE
<= 4VDC
SYNC DELAY
1/4000s
SYNC PORT
1/8” (3.5mm) mono jack
BATTERY TYPE 2x AAA Alkaline or 2x NiMH. Do NOT mix-and-match.
BATTERY LIFE
Alkaline: 25 - 30hrs. with the screen on at 50% brightness and under normal usage.
1 year in low-power standby mode.
NiMH*: 12 - 15hrs. with the screen on at 50% brightness and under normal usage.
3 months in low-power standby mode. (At room temperature.
Self-discharge of NiMH batteries increases at higher temperatures).
*Battery life for NiMH is per charge.
NOTE: By default, the CyberSense enters low-power standby after 30 seconds of inactivity.
SETUP CHECKLIST
All of the lights in your setup are positioned where you want them, on appropriate light stands
and with your choice of accessories in place. Each light is powered ON.
Each light in your setup has its own dedicated CyberSync™ transceiver or receiver.
The CyberSync™ Trigger Transmitter (CST2) is installed on the camera hot shoe.
The CyberSense™ remote, transmitter on camera, and all transceivers / receivers connected to
ash units are set to the same frequency. Additionally, make sure the transceivers / receivers are
set to seperate channels.
PARTS
CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 DIGITAL
DISPLAY
BUTTONS
TOUCH
SENSITIVE
SLIDERS
SYNC PORT
NOTE: Both batteries MUST be either AAA alkaline
or AAA NiMH batteries. Do NOT mix-and-match.
MODES OF
OPERATION
FLASH ADJUSTMENT
MODEL ADJUSTMENT
SETUP
FREQUENCY SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
BRIGHTNESS SETUP
TIMEOUT SETUP
BATTERY SETUP
FLASH ADJUSTMENT MODE
TOUCH SENSITVE SLIDERS IN FLASH ADJUSTMENT MODE
SCAN Tap-and-Hold each slider to scan the channel for a Paul C. Buff light.
If one is found, the CyberSense will display the model setting that is
associated with that light on the screen.
If one cannot be found, it will blink “---“ three times.
When the CyberSense finds a light, it will set that light’s model mode to the global
model lamp setting shown in the lower-left corner of the CyberSense display.
TOGGLE Double-tapping the slider will toggle that light on or off, when the CyberSense
has found a light on the channel,
SLIDE Increase or decrease the flash setting of a light on a particular channel by sliding
your finger UP or DOWN. If the light’s model lamp is in Tracking mode, the model
lamp setting will also increase or decrease with the flash setting.
BUTTON OPERATIONS IN FLASH ADJUSTMENT MODE
ATEST FIRES THE
LIGHT SELECTED BACCESS MODEL
ADJUSTMENT MODE CACCESS
SETUP MODE
CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4
ABC
BUTTON OPERATIONS IN MODEL ADJUSTMENT MODE
MODEL ADJUSTMENT MODE
CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4
ABC
TOUCH SENSITVE SLIDERS IN MODEL ADJUSTMENT MODE
SCAN Tap-and-Hold each slider to scan the channel for a Paul C. Buff light.
If one is found, the CyberSense will display the model setting that is associated
with that light on the screen. If one cannot be found, it will blink “---“ three times.
When the CyberSense finds a light, it will set that light’s model mode to the global
model lamp setting shown in the lower-left corner of the CyberSense display.
TOGGLE Double-tapping the slider will toggle that light ON or OFF, when the CyberSense
has found a light on the channel.
If the model lamp is ON, double-tapping the slider will turn it OFF. If the light is OFF, double-tapping the slider will send
the global model lamp setting to the light. If the global model lamp setting is MODEL OFF, double-tapping the slider does
nothing.
SLIDE Increase or decrease the model lamp setting of a light on a particular channel by sliding your finger UP or DOWN.
If the unit’s global model lamp setting is OFF or FULL, the slider does nothing.
ABC
TOGGLES THE GLOBAL MODEL
LAMP SETTING ACCESS FLASH
ADJUSTMENT MODE
ACCESS
SETUP MODE
Icon 1 Icon 2
Icon 3 Icon 4
SETUP MODE / FREQUENCY SETUP MODE
CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4
ABC
BUTTON OPERATIONS IN SETUP MODE
APLACES CYBERSENSE INTO FREQUENCY SETUP MODE
BPLACES CYBERSENSE INTO DISPLAY SETUP MODE
CPLACES CYBERSENSE INTO BATTERY SETUP MODE
*The sliders have no function when the CyberSense is in these modes.
AINCREASES THE RADIO FREQUENCY USED BY THE CYBERSENSE
CRETURNS THE CYBERSENSE TO THE PREVIOUS ADJUSTMENT
MODE PRIOR TO ENTERING THE FREQUENCY SETUP MODE
BDECREASES THE RADIO FREQUENCY USED BY THE CYBERSENSE
BUTTON OPERATIONS IN FREQUENCY SETUP MODE
DISPLAY SETUP MODE / BRIGHTNESS SETUP MODE
CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4
ABC
BUTTON OPERATIONS IN DISPLAY SETUP MODE
APLACES CYBERSENSE INTO BRIGHTNESS SETUP MODE
BPLACES CYBERSENSE INTO TIMEOUT SETUP MODE
CRETURNS THE CYBERSENSE TO THE PREVIOUS ADJUSTMENT MODE
PRIOR TO ENTERING THE DISPLAY SETUP MODE
*The sliders have no function when the CyberSense is in these modes.
AINCREASES THE BRIGHTNESS OF THE CYBERSENSE’S DISPLAY
CRETURNS THE CYBERSENSE TO THE PREVIOUS ADJUSTMENT
MODE PRIOR TO ENTERING THE BRIGHTNESS SETUP MODE
BDECREASES THE BRIGHTNESS OF THE CYBERSENSE’S DISPLAY
BUTTON OPERATIONS IN BRIGHTNESS SETUP MODE
TIMEOUT SETUP MODE
CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4
ABC
BUTTON OPERATIONS IN TIMEOUT SETUP MODE
INCREASES THE LENGTH OF TIME THE CYBERSENSE
MUST BE INACTIVE BEFORE ENTERING LOW POWER MODE
A
DECREASES THE LENGTH OF TIME THE CYBERSENSE
MUST BE INACTIVE BEFORE ENTERING LOW POWER MODE
B
RETURNS THE CYBERSENSE TO THE PREVIOUS ADJUSTMENT
MODE PRIOR TO ENTERING THE TIMEOUT SETUP MODE
C
*The sliders have no function when the CyberSense is in Timeout Setup Mode.
BATTERY SETUP MODE
AADJUSTS THE BATTERY DISPLAY (located in the lower-right corner)
TO INDICATE THE AMOUNT OF POWER REAMAINING IF THE CYBERSENSE
WAS POWERED BY ALKALINE BATTERIES.
CRETURNS THE CYBERSENSE TO THE PREVIOUS ADJUSTMENT
MODE PRIOR TO ENTERING THE BATTERY SETUP MODE
BADJUSTS THE BATTERY DISPLAY (located in the lower-right corner)
TO INDICATE THE AMOUNT OF POWER REAMAINING IF THE CYBERSENSE
WAS POWERED BY NiMH BATTERIES.
*The sliders have no function when in battery setup mode.
*The CyberSense attempts to automatically detect whether the installed
batteries are alkaline or NiMH on start-up. This mode is only necessary
if the CyberSense’s automatic detection is incorrect.
CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4
ABC
BUTTON OPERATIONS IN BATTERY SETUP MODE
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
SAFETY AND LEGAL INFORMATION
- This product is NOT sealed or waterproof.
- The only user-serviceable parts in this product are the batteries.
- When not in use, store in a dry environment where the temperature will not fall below 0° C nor exceed 70° C.
We recommend that you remove the batteries from the battery compartment to prevent damage from corrosion
during long-term storage.
FCC ID: OUECBRSNS
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference,
(2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not
expressly approved by the part responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
WARRANTY
Paul C. Buff, Inc. guarantees all CyberSyncTM products for a period of two years from date of purchase.
We will, at our option, repair or replace any CyberSyncTM product that becomes defective during this period.
Batteries are excluded from this warranty, as is any damage resulting from improper use.
No claim is made for the suitability of this product for any intended use and no liability is implied
or assumed beyond the repair or replacement of this product.
Defective units should be returned to us at the address below with a note explaining the defect or problem.
We will return repaired or replaced units to you at our cost.
Designed in the USA by
Paul C. Buff, Inc.
2725 Bransford Ave., Nashville, TN 37204 USA
Toll Free: 1.800.443.5542 (USA) | Local: 615.383.3982
Fax: 615.383.0676
[email protected] | paulcbuff.com
Go from hobby to profession with Paul C. Buff.
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