DTS DELTA R FULL COLOR Datasheet

DELTA 8 R
Datasheet
DELTA 8 WHITE + AMBER R
DELTA 8 FULL COLOUR R
DELTA 8 RGB R
User’s Manual rel 1.1 GB
D.T.S. Illuminazione srl - ITALY
http://www.dts-lighting.it
Made in Italy
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DELTA 8 R
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DELTA 8 R
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INDEX
1- SYMBOLS
2- GENERAL WARNING
3- GENERAL WARRANTY CONDITION
4- TECHNICAL FEATURES
5- TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
6- ACCESSORIES
7- IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
7.1 Fire prevention
7.2 Prevention of electric shock
7.3 Safety
7.4 Level of protection against the penetration of solid and liquid objects
8- VOLTAGE AND FREQUENCY
9- INSTALLATION
9.1 Safety cable
9.2 Protection against liquids
9.3 Movement
9.4 Risk of fire
9.5 Forced ventilation
9.6 Ambient temperature
10- MAINS CONNECTION
10.1 Protection
11- DMX SIGNAL CONNECTION
11.1 DMX Addresses
11.2 Selecting the DMX address
12- FIRMWARE UPDATING
13- DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
14- AUTOMATIC OPERATION (AUTO)
15- PERIODIC CLEANING
16- PERIODIC CONTROLS
17- DMX PROTOCOL
18- WIRING DIAGRAMS
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DELTA 8 R
1- SYMBOLS
Graphic symbols used on this manual
THIS SYMBOL INDICATES A HOT SURFACE
THIS SYMBOL INDICATES ELECTRIC SHOCK RISK
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0,5M
THIS SYMBOL INDICATES GENERAL RISK
THIS SYMBOL MEANS “DO NOT PLACE THE UNIT ON
INFLAMMABLE SURFACES”
THIS SYMBOL INDICATES THE MINIMUM DISTANCE TO
BE KEPT BETWEEN THE DEVICE AND THE LIT OBJECT
2- GENERAL WARNING
Read the instruction contained in this user manual carefully, as they give important information
regarding safety during installation , use and maintenance.
The device is not for domestic use and must be installed by a qualified electrician or experienced
person.
Always disconnect the device from the mains before replacing the lamp.
The lamp must be replaced if it has been damaged or deformed by prolonged use or overheating.
The device must always be equipped with an efficient ground connection.
3- GENERAL WARRANTY CONDITIONS
The unit is guaranteed for 36 months from the date of purchase against manufacturing material defects.
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DELTA 8 R
4- TECHNICAL FEATURES
Overview
The DELTA 8 R is a self-contained high-output LED moving head projector suitable for lighting and
colouring large surfaces.
The DELTA 8 R provides a powerful colour synthesis engine: * 16 million colours (RGB, FULL COLOUR),
* linear colour temperature (2800°K to 6500°K).
The unit is available with interchangeable lenses sets offering a range of beam angles.
DELTA 8 RGB R: 108 x 1W P4 type RGB LEDs
DELTA 8 FULL COLOUR R: 36 Full Colour LEDs
DELTA 8 WHITE + AMBER R: 108 x 1W P4 type WHITE + AMBER LEDs
Applications
DELTA 8 R is ideal in various applications, such as: lighting shopping malls, libraries, museums,
exhibitions, clubs, restaurants, buildings, monuments, as well as special events, fashion displays, indoor
and outdoor.
5- TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
LED technology
Delta 8 RGB R:108 x 1W P4 type RGB LEDs (36 Red, 36 Green, 36 Blue)
Delta 8 White + Amber R:108 x 1W P4 type White + Amber LEDs. (72 White, 36 Amber).
Delta 8 FULL COLOUR R: 36 x 3W P5 II Full colour LEDs
LEDs average lifespan: 100.000 hours
Colour temperature variable on a linear range (2800°K ÷ 6500°K)
No infrared emission; no ultraviolet emission
Optical units
4 interchangeable lenses sets available (Spot, Medium flood, Wide flood, Very wide flood)
User interface
OLED display
Independent operation
Fully programmable via built-in user interface
Master or Slave capability (chains of up to 32 interconnected units)
Remote control
Remotely controlled by cable or wireless (USITT DMX512)
USITT DMX 512 serial digital protocol (reception / transmission)
15 DMX channels
Protection
IP65 protection level
Head movements (horizontal / vertical axes)
Movement of the head on 3 axes: 280° horizontal (1,66 sec.) /180° vertical 1 ( 2,18 sec.) /
135° vertical 2; motorized movement on horizontal and vertical 1 axes
Power supply
Full range AC 90-260V, 50-60Hz power supply
Power consumption Delta 8 RGB R / Delta 8 White + Amber R:
* 90 V - 2,6 A - 240 W
* 120 V - 2 A - 240 W
* 230 V - 1 A - 240 W
* 260 V - 0,9 A - 240 W
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Power consumption Delta 8 FULL COLOUR R:
* 90 V - 3 A - 270 W
* 120 V - 2,5 A - 270 W
* 230 V - 1,17 A - 270 W
* 260 V - 1 A - 270 W
Movements (horizontal/pan – vertical/tilt axes)
Movement of the head on 3 axes: 280° horizontal (1,66 sec.) /180° vertical 1 ( 2,18 sec.) /
135° vertical 2; motorized movement on horizontal and vertical 1 axes
Thermal
Operating ambient temperature - 10° / + 40°
Finishes
Black or white finish
Certification and Safety
Certification CE;
LED Class
Class 2 LED product
Weight
24 Kg
Dimensions
Unit Dimensions (LxWxH)
430x285x570 mm
Weight:
24 Kg
Packaging Dimensions (LxWxH)
530 x 500 x 660 mm
Weight:
30 Kg
430 mm
144 mm
570 mm
300 mm
mm
5
5
1
285 mm
392 mm
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DELTA 8 R
6- ACCESSORIES
As standard
• 2 x “C” Clamp GQUICK with “Fast Lock” connection 1/4 turn (max. load. 80Kg) (cod. 0521A014)
• ABS cover protection for Main AC and DMX cables on the base (cod. 0511C083)
• User’s manual
Optional (on request)
Lenses sets (black colour assembly)
Delta 8 RGB R / White + Amber R:
Lenses set Spot (cod. 03.LK021) ,Lenses set MEDIUM flood (cod. 03.LK.022), Lenses set WIDE flood
(cod. 03.LK.023), Lenses set VERY WIDE flood (cod. 03.LK.020)
Delta 8 FULL COLOUR R:
Lenses set Spot (cod. 03.LK098) ,Lenses set MEDIUM flood (cod. 03.LK.099), Lenses set WIDE flood
(cod. 03.LK.100), Lenses set VERY WIDE flood (cod. 03.LK.020)
Flight cases
Flight case for 1 DELTA with no wheels (cod. 0521C029), Standard Flight case with wheels for 2 DELTA
(cod. 0521C030), Professional Flight case with wheels for 2 DELTA (cod. 0521C030.1)
Clamps / safety wires
• “C” Clamp G60 black (max. load 50Kg) (cod. 0521A004)
• “C” Clamp G60 chrome (max. load. 50Kg) (cod. 0521A004.20)
• “C” Clamp GQUICK with “Fast Lock” connection 1/4 turn (max. load. 80Kg) (cod. 0521A014)
• “C” Clamp G100 black / professional (max. load. 200Kg) (cod. 0521A015)
• Omega clamp with “Fast Lock” connection 1/4 turn 1 couple (2 pieces) (Cod. 02K00467)
• Safety wire (3mm x 60 cm), ring spring catch, max. capacity load 60Kg (cod. 0521A010)
Cables / connectors
XLR 5 Pins male cable connector (cod. 0508B028)
XLR 5 Pins female cable connector (cod. 0508B027)
Wireless DMX
• Wireless DMX Receiver Card with OUTDOOR IP65 omnidirectional 2dBi antenna included
(cod.03.LA.012)
•ANTENNA Outdoor 2dBi Omni-directional, radiation (HxV) 360°x360° (cod. 0508A040)
IR remote control for Delta 8 (cod. 0514L008)
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DELTA 8 R
7- IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
7.1 Fire prevention:
F
-Never locate the fixture on any flammable surface.
-Minimum distance from flammable materials: 1 MT.
-Minimum distance from the closest illuminable surface: 0,5 MT. 0,5M
-Replace any blown or damaged fuses only with those of identical value. Refer to the wiring diagram if
there is any doubt.
-Connect the projector to mains power via a thermal magnetic circuit breaker.
7.2 Prevention of electric shock:
-High voltage is present inside the unit. Unplug the unit prior to performing any function which involves
touching the inside of the moving head.
-The level of technology inherent in the DELTA 8 R requires the assistance of specialised personnel for all
servicing. Please refer to an authorised DTS service centre.
-A good earth connection is essential for proper functioning of the projector.
-Never connect the unit without proper earth connection.
-The fixture should be located in places with a good air ventilation.
7.3 Safety:
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-The projector should always be installed with bolts, clamps and other tools that are capable of
supporting the weight of the unit.
-Always use a second safety cable to sustain the weight of the unit in case of the failure of the main
fixing point.
-The external surface of the unit, at various points, may exceed 70°C.
Never handle the unit until at least 10 minutes have elapsed since the
projector was turned off.
-Never install the fixture in an enclosed area lacking sufficient air flow. The ambient temperature should
not exceed 40°C.
7.4 Level of protection against the penetration of solid and liquid objects:
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-The projector is classified as an ordinary appliance and its protection level against the penetration of
solid and liquid objects is IP 65.
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DELTA 8 R
8- VOLTAGE AND FREQUENCY
The DELTA 8 R can operate at 90-260 VOLT 50 or 60 Hz.
9- INSTALLATION
DELTA 8 R may be either floor or ceiling mounted.
For floor mounting installations, the DELTA 8 R is supplied with four rubber mounting feet on the base.
For ceiling mounted installations, we reccomend the use of appropriate clamps to fix the unit to the
mounting surface.
The supporting structure from which the unit is hung should be capable of bearing the weight of the
unit, as should any clamps used to hung it. The structure should also be sufficiently rigid so as not to
move or shake if moving head units are attached to it.
Two 1/4 turn Fast Locks connections placed in the base of the units allow to hang the DELTA 8 R by
using the Fast Lock ‘C’ clamps provided in the box.
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LOCK
9.1- Safety cable
We recommend the use of a safety chain/cord connected to the DELTA 8 R and to the suspension truss
in order to avoid the fixture accidentally falling should the main fixing point fail. Make sure that the iron
cable or chain can bear the weight of the entire unit.
You may attach the safety chain/cord to the attachment points (A) located on the base of the fixture, as
shown in the picture below.
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A
SAFETY CHAIN/CORD
ATTACHMENT POINT
SAFETY CHAIN/CORD
9.2- Protection against liquids
The projector contains electric and electronic components which should under no circumstances come
into contact with oil, water or any other liquid. The proper unit functioning would be compromised
should this occur.
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9.3- Movement
The projector has a maximum movement of 280° for Pan,180° for Tilt 1 and 135° for tilt 2
(7 mechanical steps 22,5° each).
DO NOT place any obstructions in the path of the projector's movement.
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WARNING
Do not place
any object in the path
of the projector’s
movement
PAN 280°
Tilt 2 mechanical
regulation
TILT1 180°
Motorized
TILT2 135°
Mechanical
9.4- Risk of fire
Each fixture produces heat and must be installed in a well-ventilated place. The minimum recommended
distance from flammable material is 1 MT.
F
Minimum distance from the object being illuminated is 0,5 MT.
0,5M
9.5- Forced ventilation
You will note, on inspection, that the unit feature a thermal dissipator on the head. This should, under no
circumstances, be blocked or obstructed whilst the projector is in operation.
Doing so could cause the fixture to seriously overheat thereby compromising its proper operation.
9.6- Ambient temperature
The projector should never be installed in places that lack a constant air flow. The ambient temperature
should NOT exceed 40°C.
10- MAINS CONNECTION
DELTA 8 R operate at 90-260 VOLT 50-60 Hz.
Prior to connecting the unit to your mains supply,
ensure that the model in your possession
correctly matches the mains supply available.
For connection purposes, ensure that your plug
is capable of supporting 1,20 amps at 230V,
Or 3 amps at 90 V.
Strict adherence to regulatory norms
is strongly recommended.
10.1- Protection
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DMX IN
DMX 512
1 GND
2 DATA3 DATA +
DMX OUT
90-260 Vac
50/60 Hz
Mains
90-260V AC 50 / 60Hz
The use of a thermal magnetic circuit breaker is recommended for each DELTA 8 R.
A good earth connection is essential for the correct operation of the projector.
ANTENNA
WIRELESS
DMX
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DELTA 8 R
11- DMX SIGNAL CONNECTION
The unit operates using the digital DMX 512 (1990) signal. Connection between the mixer and the
projector or between projectors must be carried out using a two pair screened ø 0.5 mm cable and a XLR
5 pins connector. Ensure that the conductors do not touch each other. Do not connect the cable ground to
the XLR chassy.
The plug housing must be isolated. Connect the mixer signal to the DMX IN projector plug and connect it
to the next projector by connecting the DMX OUT plug on the first projector to the DMX IN plug of the
second one.
This way, all the projectors are cascade connected.
NB. If the display showing the DMX address flashes, then one of the following errors has occurred:
- DMX signal not present
- DMX address not valid
- DMX reception problem
CONTROLLER
STANDARD DMX 512
5
1
4
2
1=GND
2=DATA3=DATA+
3
DMX OUT
For Installations where long distance DMX cable connections are needed, we suggest to use a DMX
terminator.
The DMX terminator is a male XLR 3-5 pins connector with a 120 ohm resistor between pin 2 and 3.
The DMX terminator must be plugged into the last unit (DMX out cable connector) of the DMX line.
5
1
4
2
3
OUT
PLACE A 120 OHM RESISTOR BETWEEN PIN 2
AND 3 OF A MALE XRL CONNECTOR AND PLUG IT
INTO THE DMX OUT PANEL CONNECTOR OF THE
LAST UNIT CONNECTED TO THE DMX LINE
PIN 3
120 ohm
PIN 2
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11.1-DMX Addresses
DELTA 8 R (all models) have 15 DMX control channels.
Here below are described the DMX channels addressing for the controller:
Projector
Projector
Projector
…..
projector
1
2
3
6
A001
A016 If you want to select the next projector, just add “15”
A031
A….
A091
11.2-Selecting the DMX address
1) Press the UP-DOWN key until you reach the required DMX channel. The numbers on the display will
start to flash (but the new DMX address hasn't yet been set).
2) Press ENTER to confirm your selection. The numbers on the display will stop flashing and the
projector is now setted to the new DMX address.
TRICKS:
if you keep pushed the UP or DOWN keys, the channels are calculated more quickly and you get a
faster selection.
12 FIRMWARE UPDATING
Warning:
This procedure require a base knolewge of Windows based computer applications
. Please refer to an authorised D.T.S. service centre.
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To update the software version of the DELTA 8 R you will need:
D.T.S. RED BOX interface (D.T.S. Code: 03.LA.008).
USB-DMX Driver for the D.T.S. RED BOX interface .
D.T.S. Firmware upgrade utility program.
(The driver and the installation procedure are available in our web site www.dts-lighting.it)
Updating the software version.
Please follow the procedure below to perform the update:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Install the D.T.S. RED BOX USB-DMX driver on the PC you will use to update the unit software.
Connect the D.T.S. RED BOX interface to the PC by using a USB cable.
Connect the D.T.S. RED BOX interface to the fixture by using a DMX cable.
Download the new software version into the unit by using D.T.S. Firmware upgrade utility program.
It will be possible to download the software from the reserved area of D.T.S. web site:
www.dts-lighting.it.
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13- DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
Fuse 5A T 5X20
External ANTENNA
panel connector
(Wireless DMX)
DMX IN
DMX OUT
MAINS
Electronic Power supply
90-260V AC 50 / 60Hz
DISPLAY
UP
DOWN
MENU
ENTER
DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
The DELTA 8 R display panel shows all the available functions . Using these functions, it is possible
to change some of the parameters and add some functions. Changing the DTS setting can vary
the functions of the unit so that it does not respond to the DMX 512 used to control it. Carefully
follow the instructions below before carrying out any variations or selections.
NOTE: the symbol
shows which key has to be pushed to obtain the desired function.
Software version 1.04 (Aug 2 2011)
Menu
Up-Down
Display
ENTER
DISPLAY POSITION / STAND BY
Display Position:
Reverses display's reading depending on the
mounting position
(On the ground or suspended).
Display Standby:
To turn off the display (after 5 seconds)
Or leave it always on.
Up-Down
Display Position
ON THE GROUND (Default)
SUSPENDED
DISPLAY
POSITION
ENTER
AA
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
Display Standby
OFF = Display Standby disabled
(Default)
ON = Display goes OFF after 5
seconds
DISPLAY
STANDBY
OFF
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
ENTER
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13- DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
Menu
Up-Down
DMX Set
ENTER
Up-Down
DMX MODE / MACRO
DMX Mode
To select DMX mode : RGB 15 channels
(Default)
RGBW 16 channels (Reserved for future
use)
DMX SET
DMX MODE
2015CH
ch
RGB
MENU ENTER DOWN
Macro
Macro Function, enable channel
mapping macro rainbow effects
STD (default)
DMX mode
RGB 15 channels (Default)
RGBW 16 channels (Reserved for
future use)
ENTER
UP
DMX SET
DMX MODE
20 ch
RGBW 16 channels (Reserved for
future use)
NO FUNCTION ON DELTA 8 R
RGBW 16CH
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
DMX SET
DMX
MACRO
MODE
20
STD
ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
Menu
Up-Down
LED
RGBA MINIMUM VALUES
This menu allow to select the
minimum levels for Red, Green, and
Blue
RGB MAXIMUM VALUES
This menu allow to select the
maximum levels for Red, Green,
and Blue
These settings have priority on
Master Dimmer (DMX channel 7)
SMOOTH VALUE
This menu allow to select the value
of the delay ( in millisecons) for
RGBA and Dimmer channels
reaction to DMX or Program
variation.
4 = 25 ms delay (Fast response)
20 = 250 ms delay (Slow response)
GAMMA CORRECTION
This menu allow to select between
Linear current output or Quadratic
current output for LEDs.
Default = Quadratic
OUTPUT FREQUENCY
This menu allow to adjust the PWM
frequency value (Hz) in order to
reduce flickering in the process of
your camera recordings
BOOST DRIVING
This menu allow to increase the
LED’s current from 350mA to 500
mA
ENTER
Up-Down
MACRO
Standard mode enabled (Default)
Extended mode enabled: Rainbow
effects on MACRO channel
UP
RED Min default =0
RED Max default = 255
DMX
LED
SET
DMX
REDMODE
MIN
200ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
BLUE Min default =0
BLUE Max default = 255
DMX
LED
SET
GREEN
DMX MODE
MIN
200ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
GREEN Min default =0
GREEN Max default = 255
DMX
LED
SET
DMX
BLUEMODE
MIN
200ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
DMX
LED
SET
AMBER
DMX MODE
MIN
AMBER Min default =0
AMBER Max default = 255
NO FUNCTION ON DELTA 8 R
200ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
DMX
LED
SET
DMX
SMOOTH
MODE
204ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
SMOOTH
Range = Off - 20
Default = 4
ENTER
DELTA 8 R
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13- DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
Menu
Up-Down
LED
ENTER
Up-Down
GAMMA CORRECTION
This menu allow to select between
Linear current output or Quadratic
current output for LEDs
Default = Quadratic
DMX
LED
SET
GAMMA
DMX MODE
CORR.
QUAD
20 ch
OUTPUT FREQUENCY
This menu allow to adjust the PWM
frequency value (Hz) in order to
reduce flickering in the process of
your camera recordings
MENU ENTER DOWN
OUTPUT
DMX MODE
FREQ.
UP
DMX
LED
SET
DMX
BOOST
MODE
20
ON
ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
Up-Down
AUTO
AUTOMATIC MODE
Automatic demo game without
DMX controller.
STEP 01/16
Chase with 16 steps previously
created in REC MODE
Speed time, Wait time, Dimmer,
Pan and Tilt values selectable by
user.
PERSONAL COLOURS
RGB, Dimmer, Shutter, Pan and
Tilt values selectable by user.
RAINBOW
Rainbow colours effect.
Speed time, Dimmer, Shutter, Pan
and Tilt values selectable by user.
FIXED COLOURS
Sixteen Colour Macros as on
“MACRO” channel.
Dimmer, Shutter, Pan and Tilt
values selectable by user.
WHITE MACROS
Sixteen macros for White color
from 2800 to 6500 ° K.
Dimmer, Shutter, Pan and Tilt
values selectable by user.
OUTPUT FREQUENCY
Range = 610 Hz -10 KHz
Default = 610 Hz
20
610
ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
Menu
ENTER
UP
DMX
LED
SET
BOOST DRIVING
This menu allow to select the LED’s
driving current: 350 / 500 mA
GAMMA CORRECTION
Linear = Linear courrent output
Quadratic = Linear light output
(Default)
ENTER
Up-Down
UP
DMX
AUTO
SET
ENTER
SURE?
DMX
MODE
Menu - NO
Enter - YES
20 ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
AUTO-PROGRAM
DMX SET
DMX
STEP
MODE
01/16
20 ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
AUTO-PERS.COL.
DMX SET
DMX
RED
MODE
20
120
ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
AUTO-RAINBOW
DMX SET
DMX
SPEE
MODE
20
0010
ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
BOOST
Whit BOOST active,the LED’s current
is set to 500mA (30% more gain).
Default = Enabled
UP
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13- DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
Menu
Up-Down
AUTO
ENTER
Up-Down
AUTOMATIC MODE
Automatic demo game without
DMX controller
AUTO-FIXED
DMX SETCOL.
DMX
COLOR
MODE
201ch
FIXED COLOURS
Sixteen Colour Macros as on
“MACRO” channel.
Dimmer, Shutter, Pan and Tilt
values selectable by user.
WHITE MACROS
Sixteen macros for White color
from 2800 to 6500 ° K.
Dimmer, Shutter, Pan and Tilt
values selectable by user.
MENU ENTER DOWN
Up-Down
SLAVE
SLAVE MODE SETTING
This menu allow to set the DELTA
8 R as slave unit.
DMX signal must be present from
MASTER unit (set in AUTO MODE)
in order to ran the units in SLAVE
mode.
By setting all the SLAVE units
connected to the MASTER, to
DMX address 1, them will be
sinchronized with the Master unit
following the chase selected on it,
but running their own Pan&Tilt
position.
UP
AUTO-WHITE
DMX SET
DMX
WHITE
MODE
NO.
201ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
Menu
ENTER
ENTER
Up-Down
UP
DMX
SLAVE
SET
SURE?
DMX
MODE
Menu - NO
Enter - YES
20 ch
UP
MENU ENTER DOWN
SLAVE
DMX
SET
DMX
PAN
MODE
20
128
ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
SLAVE
DMX
SET
DMX
TILT
MODE
20
128
ch
UP
MENU ENTER DOWN
SLAVE
DMX
SET
DMX
ZOOM
MODE
200ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
By setting all the units connected to
the MASTER, to DMX address 1,
them will be sinchronized with the
Master unit following the chase
selected on it, including TIME, WAIT,
Pan and Tilt position of the MASTER
unit.
UP
The SLAVE unit receive DMX signal
from the MASTER unit.
By setting all the SLAVE units
connected to the MASTER, to DMX
address 1, them will be sinchronized
with the Master unit following the
chase selected on it, but running
their own Pan&Tilt position.
ENTER
DELTA 8 R
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13- DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
Menu
Up-Down
WIRELESS
WIRELESS DMX
Wieless DMX enabled / disabled.
By activating WDMX MODE, it will
be possible to control DELTA 8 R
via D.T.S. ANTENNA Wireless DMX
Transmitter (cod. 03.E1271).
WIRELESS DMX system on
DELTA 8 R is available on
request.
NOTE:
Wireless DMX receiver card
needed (cod. 03.LA.012).
External IP65 2dbi
omnidirectional Antenna
needed (cod. 0508A040)
ENTER
Up-Down
WIRELESS
DMX SET
WIRELESS DMX SYSTEM
DISABLED
ENTER
WIRELESS DMX SYSTEM
ENABLED
ENTER
SELECTION
DMX MODE
20
OFF
ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
WIRELESS
DMX SET
SELECTION
DMX MODE
20
ON
ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
UNLINK = LOG OUT
WIRELESS
DMX SET
DMX MODE
UNLINK
20 ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
Logging on DELTA 8 R (WIRELESS DMX must be enabled on the unit)
To log on the DELTA 8 R in the WIRELESS system simply press and quickly release the function button on the transmitter .
The transmitter will start flashing rapidly red/green scanning for new free receivers / DELTA 8 R units. When a DELTA 8 R logs on to
the transmitter the LINK green light on transmitter starts to flash rapidly.
After approximately 10 seconds the transmitter will jump back to normal mode and continue transmitting data. The DELTA 8 R now
try to synchronize to the transmitter.
When synchronized to the transmitter, 2 different modes are possible:
1. Antenna transmitter has detected and transmits a DMX signal, in this mode a solid green light is seen on the transmitter and solid
display is seen on DELTA 8 R.
2. No DMX signal connected, the Antenna transmitter will flash red/green; display blinking on DELTA 8 R
To log off DELTA 8 R from a transmitter simply select UNLINK function under WIRELESS DMX MENU and press ENTER.
When DELTA 8 R is logged off the display is blinking, meaning its available for log in on a new transmitter.
Logging out a DELTA 8 R
Select UNLINK function under WIRELESS DMX MENU and press ENTER.
When DELTA 8 R is logged off the display is blinking, meaning its available for log in on a new transmitter.
Logging out all DELTA 8 R units linked to a transmitter
Press and hold the function button of the transmitter for about 3 seconds. When the display is blinking on DELTA 8 R, it mean that
the units are logged out.
Transmitter, Status LED
Flashing red/green, no dmx connected.
Solid green, dmx signal detected and transmitted.
Fast flashing red/green, log in mode (every free DELTA 8 R unit, not logged in to any other transmitter, will be logged on)
DELTA 8 R Status
Display blinking, not logged on to a transmitter (free).
Solid display, logged on to a transmitter and receiving dmx data.
ENTER
DELTA 8 R
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13- DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
Menu
Up-Down
EMERGECY
EMERGENCY
Emergency operating mode.
By setting Emergency mode, it
will be possible to select one of
the 16 preprogrammed WHITE
cues that will then ran if DMX
signal is missing or not available.
Usefull for Emergency EXIT
ilumination on public areas.
Dimmer level, Pan and Tilt
values selectable by user.
ENTER
Up-Down
EMERGENCY
DMX SET
SELECTION
DMX MODE
EMERGENCY
ON = Enabled
OFF = Disabled (Default)
20
OFF
ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
EMERGENCY
DMX SET
EMERGENCY
Enabled
SELECTION
DMX MODE
20
ON
ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
EMERGENCY
DMX SET
WHITE 1-16
Default = WHITE 1
DMX
WHITE
MODE
201ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
EMERGENCY
DMX SET
DIMMER
Default = 255
DMX
DIMMER
MODE
20
255
ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
PAN
Default = 128
EMERGENCY
DMX SET
DMX
PAN
MODE
20
128
ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
EMERGENCY
DMX SET
DMX
TILT
MODE
20
128
ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
TILT
Default = 128
ENTER
DELTA 8 R
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13- DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
Menu
Up-Down
DEFAULT SET
ENTER
Up-Down
DEFAULT SETTINGS
To restore default settings
DEFAULT
DMX SET
SET
ENTER
DMX MODE
20 ch
UP
MENU ENTER DOWN
DEFAULT
DMX SET
SET
DMX
SURE?
MODE
Menu - NO
Enter - YES
20 ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
Menu
Up-Down
TEMPER. °C
UP
TEMPER.
DMX SET°C
ENTER
TEMPERATURE
Unit temperature
DMX MODE
028.7
20 ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
Menu
Up-Down
TIME
LIFE TIME
This menu show the total UNIT life time
and the RGBA life time
ENTER
Up-Down
UP
DMX
TIME
SET
ENTER
DMX
MODE
UNIT
20- 08
chmin
13 Hr
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
DMX
TIME
SET
DMX
MODE
RED
20- 08
chmin
0 Hr
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
DMX
TIME
SET
DMX
MODE
GREEN
20- 08
chmin
0 Hr
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
DMX
TIME
SET
DMX
TIME
SET
DMX
MODE
BLUE
DMX
MODE
AMBER
20- 08
chmin
0 Hr
20- 00
chmin
0 Hr
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
DELTA 8 R
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13- DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
Menu
Up-Down
SYSTEM
ENTER
Up-Down
PAN INVERTION
Default = NORM
DMX
SYTEM
SET
PAN
DMX
INVERSION
MODE
PAN INVERTION / TILT INVERTION /
PAN-TILT SPEED / FAN MAX SPEED /
RESET BY DMX / MOTORS FIRMWARE
UPGRADE.
20
ch
NORM
MENU ENTER DOWN
PAN INVERSION
This menu allows to set the Pan
movement.
Normal or Reversed.
UP
TILT INVERTION
Default = NORM
DMX
SYTEM
SET
TILT
DMX
INVERSION
MODE
TILT INVERTION
This menu allows to set the Pan
movement.
Normal or Reversed.
20
ch
NORM
MENU ENTER DOWN
PAN TILT SPEED
Pan Tilt Speed control (1-4)
UP
PAN TILT SPEED CONTROL
Default = 4
DMX
SYTEM
SET
FAN MAX SPEED
This menu’ allow to select the
internal fans speed.
PAN-TILT
DMX MODE
SPEED
RESET BY DMX
This menu’ allow to enable / disable
the Motors reset control (Pan&Tilt
and Zoom) via DMX.
MENU ENTER DOWN
204ch
UP
DMX
SYTEM
SET
FAN
DMX
MAX
MODE
SPEED
MOTORS FIRMWARE UPGRADE
This menu’ allow to upgrade the
firmware for Pan&Tilt circuit board.
UP
DMX
SYTEM
SET
RESET
DMX BY
MODE
DMX
20
ch
ENAB
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
DMX
SYTEM
SET
DMX
MOTORS
MODE
FW UPGRADE
20 ch
MENU ENTER DOWN
Up-Down
SOFTWARE
SOFTWARE
LEDs circuit board software, MOTORS
circuit boards software (Pan&Tilt)
FAN MAX SPEED
50% - 100%
Default = 100%
100%
MENU ENTER DOWN
Menu
ENTER
ENTER
Up-Down
RESET BY DMX
Enable: Motors reset enabled via
DMX (Default).
Disabled: Motors reset disabled via
DMX.
Now: Instant motors reset.
MOTORS FIRMWARE UPGRADE
Pan&Tilt circuit board firmware
upgrade.
UP
SOFTWARE
DMX SET
LEDs CIRCUIT BOARD SOFTWARE
ENTER
DMXLED
MODE
20 ch
Id 0D1207C1
v1.04 Aug 2 2011
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
SOFTWARE
DMX SET
DMX
Motors
MODE
20 ch
Pan/Tilt v.1.6
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
MOTORS CIRCUIT BOARDS SOFTWARE:
PAN&TILT
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DELTA 8 R
14- AUTOMATIC OPERATION (AUTO)
DELTA 8 R can work in automatic mode without a DMX controller. First of all connect the projectors with
a DMX cable (picture below). A maximum quantity of 32 slave units can be connected to the same
Master unit.
MASTER
SLAVE 1
SLAVE 2
SLAVE 3
SLAVE 32
To activate Auto mode on the first unit, use the menu to run through the different modes until AUTO
appears on the display, and press enter.
Now it is possible to choose between the different pre-programmed games (STEP 01/16, PERSONAL
COLOURS, RAINBOW, FIXED COLOURS, WHITE MACROS). To confirm game activation press ENTER on
the selected GAME.
By setting all the units connected to the MASTER, to DMX address 1, them will be sinchronized with the
Master unit following the chase selected on it, including TIME, WAIT, Pan and Tilt position of the
MASTER unit.
MASTER/SLAVE
The first unit that will function as a Master must be set to Automatic mode (AUTO), the other units must
be set to SLAVE mode (selectable through the menu) and DMX address 1. In this way all the Slave units
will be sinchronized with the Master unit following the chase selected on it, but running their own
Pan&Tilt position.
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DELTA 8 R
15- PERIODIC CLEANING
Front head Glass
The dust can reduce the luminous output substantially. Regularly clean the front head glass using a
soft cotton cloth, dampened with a specialist glasses cleaning solution.
Air passages
Air passages on head thermal dissipator must be cleaned approximately every 6 weeks. This
periodic cleaning will depend of course, on the conditions in which the projector is operating.
Suitable instruments for performing this type of maintenance are a brush and a common vacuum
cleaner or an air compressor. If necessary, clean the air passages more frequently.
16- PERIODIC CONTROLS
Mechanical parts
!
Periodically check all mechanical parts and the gaskets;
Please refer to an authorized D.T.S. service centre in case mechanical parts should be replaced.
Electrical components
Periodically check the unit for correct earthing (grounding) on Main AC cable.
Attention: Disconnect mains power before any servicing or maintenance
Fuse replacement
Locate the fuse, which protect the electronics, in the base of the unit.
Using a multimeter, test the condition of the fuse, replacing it with one of equivalent type if
necessary.
Attention: Disconnect mains power before any servicing or maintenance
DELTA 8 R
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17- DMX PROTOCOL
15 CHANNELS MODE (DEFAULT)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
PAN msb 540°
PAN lsb
TILT msb 270°
TILT lsb
SPEED MOVEMENT
SHUTTER
DIMMER
RED
GREEN
BLUE
WHITE PREPROGRAMMED
CTC
MACRO
FUNCTION
RESET
DMX CHANNEL
1
Parameter: PAN msb
DMX CHANNEL
2
Parameter: PAN lsb
DMX CHANNEL
3
Parameter: TILT msb
DMX CHANNEL
4
Parameter: TILT lsb
DMX CHANNEL
5
Parameter: SPEED MOVEMENT
DMX range
Value
0-10
11-25
26-127
128-247
248-255
Mid point
DMX value
Move
range
(degrees)
Mode
Option
Function
Standard
Fast movement
Vector mode from fast to slow
Variable time reaction to
DMX signal ( fast to slow)
Slow reaction time to dmx signal
DELTA 8 R
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DMX CHANNEL
DMX range
Value
6
Parameter: SHUTTER
Mid point
DMX value
Move
range
(degrees)
Mode
Option
Black - out
Open
Black-out
Strobe( from 3.27 s to 30 ms)
Pulse up (from 42.6s to120ms)
Pulse down(from 42.6s to120ms)
Random strobe (Dimmer, Red, Green, and Blue channels active)
Full independent Random Strobe
(Dimmer, Red, Green, and Blue channels disabled)
0-9
10-19
20-29
30-119
120-149
150-179
180-204
205-229
Open
230-255
DMX CHANNEL
DMX range
Value
7
Parameter: DIMMER
Mid point
DMX value
Move
range
(degrees)
Mode
Option
0-7
8-255
DMX CHANNEL
DMX range
Value
DMX range
Value
8
Parameter: RED
Mid point
DMX value
Move
range
(degrees)
Mode
Option
Function
Proportional colour
9
Parameter: GREEN
Mid point
DMX value
Move
range
(degrees)
Mode
Option
0-255
Function
Proportional colour
DMX CHANNEL
10
DMX range
Value
Mid point
DMX value
0-255
Function
Black-out
Proportional dimmer
0-255
DMX CHANNEL
Function
Parameter: BLUE
Move
range
(degrees)
Mode
Option
Function
Proportional colour
DELTA 8 R
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DMX CHANNEL
11
Parameter: WHITE (Pre-programmed White at diff. color temperature)
DMX range
Value
Mid point
DMX value
0-55
56-105
106-155
156-205
206-255
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80
130
180
230
DMX CHANNEL
DMX range
Value
12
Move
range
(degrees)
Mode
Option
Function
No Function
Full: Red-Green-Blue at Full (dimmer channel active)
White DTS
Custom White Create (RGB levels selectable by DMX)
White CTC (Channel 12 CTC enabled)
Parameter: CTC (Color temperature correction)
Mid point
DMX value
Move
range
(degrees)
Mode
Option
Function
IF CHANNEL 11 WHITE PREPROGRAMMED = WHITE CTC (Dmx range value 206 - 255)
Linear control temperature correction: 0 = 2800°K / 255 = 6800°K
0-255
DMX CHANNEL
IF:
MENU Up-Down
DMX range
Value
0-14
15-29
30-44
45-59
60-74
75-89
90-104
105-119
120-134
135-149
150-164
165-179
180-194
195-209
210-225
226-239
240-255
13
DMX SET
Parameter: COLOUR MACROS
ENTER Up-Down
Mid point
DMX value
MACRO
Move
range
(degrees)
ENTER Up-Down
Mode
STD
ENTER
Option
(Please refer to page 14 for details)
Function
No Function
Macro 1
Macro 2
Macro 3
Macro 4
Macro 5
Macro 6
Macro 7
Macro 8
Macro 9
Macro 10
Macro 11
Macro 12
Macro 13
Macro 14
Macro 15
Macro 16
DELTA 8 R
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DMX CHANNEL
IF:
MENU Up-Down
DMX range
Value
13
DMX SET
Parameter: COLOUR MACROS
ENTER Up-Down
Mid point
DMX value
MACRO
Move
range
(degrees)
ENTER Up-Down
Mode
EXT
ENTER
Option
Function
No Function
Macro 1
Macro 2
Macro 3
Macro 4
Macro 5
Macro 6
Macro 7
Macro 8
Macro 9
Macro 10
Macro 11
Macro 12
Macro 13
Macro 14
Macro 15
Macro 16
Rainbow Speed 1 (6 Sec.)
Rainbow Speed 2 (15 Sec.)
Rainbow Speed 3 (30 Sec.)
Rainbow Speed 4 (45 Sec.)
Rainbow Speed 5 (60 Sec.)
Rainbow Speed 6 (120 Sec.)
Rainbow Speed 7 (150 Sec.)
Rainbow Speed 8 (180 Sec.)
0-14
15-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65-74
75-84
85-94
95-104
105-114
115-124
125-134
135-144
145-154
155-164
165-174
175-184
185-194
195-204
205-214
215-224
225-234
235-244
245-255
DMX CHANNEL
(Please refer to page 14 for details)
14
Parameter: FUNCTIONS (Recall,Create and Store the Custom white)
IF CHANNEL 11 WHITE PREPROGRAMMED = Dmx range value 156 - 205
DMX range
Value
0-79
80-160
161-255
DMX CHANNEL
DMX range
Value
0-15
16-255
Mid point
DMX value
Move
range
(degrees)
Mode
Option
Function
Custom White Recall
Custom White Create (Enable CH 8/9/10 for Custom white Creation)
Custom White Store (Store the Custom White created )
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Parameter: RESET
Mid point
DMX value
Move
range
(degrees)
Mode
Option
Function
No Effect
Pan&Tilt reset (activation after 3 sec.)
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DELTA 8 R
18- WIRING DIAGRAMS
1 x DMX IN
50 cm cable with
Neutrik XLR 5 pins
Male cable connector
on board
1 x DMX OUT
50 cm cable with
Neutrik XLR 5 pins
Female cable connector
on board
Main AC IN
power cord 3 x 1,5 sq millimeters
2 meters length
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any of its products without prior notice. D.T.S. assumes no responsibility for the use or
application of the products or circuits described herein.
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ISO 9001:2008
D.T.S. quality system
is certified to the
ISO 9001:2008 standard
D.T.S. products are designed
and manufactured at the D.T.S.
plants in italy
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