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PROJECTORS
LAMPSOUND
16mm
XENON-ARC
LX-|100/Lx-2200
MANUAL
INSTRUCTION
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C O N T E N T S
Page
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VI.
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INTRODUCTION
COMPONENTS .
SPECIFICATIONS
NOMENCLATURE
FUNCTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTPARTS
l. ProjectionControl Switches
2. SoundSystemControls
3. Other Controls
4. ElectricBulbs
5. MagneticPlaybackSystem
6. Film TransportMechanism. .
1. Others
O P E R A T I O NP R O C E D U R E.
l. Lighting Xenon-Arc Lamp
2. Film Threading. .
3. Preparationbefore Projection
4. StartingProjection
5. Cautionsduring Projection
6. After Projection .
7. Other OperationHints .
VII. MAINTENANCE HINTS
l. CleaningProjector
2. Lubrication
3. ReplacingMajor ComponentParts
VIII. ELMO SCOPELENS HOLDER
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I.
INTRODUCTION
Elmo l6mm Xenon-arcLamp Sound Projectors,Models LX-l100/tX-2200 arestationary-typehigh-perfolrnance
sound projectorsequippedwith 1000W (tX-l100) or 2000W (LX-2200) Xenon-arclamp as light sourceand
powerful 50W monaural(IX-l100) or 50W + 50W stereo(LX-2200) amplifierfor both optical and magnetic
use.
playback,and are bestsuitedfor theater/auditorium
l;1-l100/LX-2200 offer such superbfeaturesas outstandingscreenbrightnessthroughout its lamp'slong service
life and excellentsound performancein terms of frequencyresponse,distortion,S/N ratio and so forth.
The operation is as simple as the operation with the conventionalprojectorsand the Xenon-arclamp ON/OFF
can be done by just simple switching. Only one different point in operationis that the Xenon-arclamp must be
turned on before starting film run. Thanks to the safety shutter interlockedwith film transportationand the
reflector incorporatedinto the lamp system,the film will be neverdamagedby heat.
specially-designed
To operatethe projector in most effectiveway, pleasereadthrough this instructionmanual.
The following precautionmust be faithfully exercised.
I . Avoid exerting shock againstthe projection lamp. The bulb of the Xenon-arclamp is highly pressured.Particularly, when it is on, the interior pressureis further raised,and, therefore,no shockor impact shouldbe given
to the lamp.
2. Do not allow excessiveelectric current other than the specifiedone to the lamp. The lamp current is always
kept constant so that no cunent fluctuation occurswhile the operationis under way. The lamp circuit is preadjustedto the normal current setup at factory. If the current adjustmentis necessitatedby all meansfor
good reason,adjust the current level by turning the rod in the lamp current adjustinghole. Don't raisethe
levelof the lamp current beyond the red mark on the lamp ammeter.
3. When the Xenon-arclamp is tumed on, a high voltageof some 30,000V is applied. The lamp ignition circuit
is safety-proofed;it is so arrangedthat no current is admitted if the lamphousecover is removed. Don't
remove the safety switch nor tamper the safety circuit. Any trouble or accidentattributed to tamperingof
this circuit by unauthorizedpersonwill exempt us frdm any obligationor responsibility.
4. Don't insert metal piece or the like into the openingsin the projectornor peepinto the projector through the
openings.
II.
COMPONENTS
Projector
Projectorproper
Pedestal
Feedreel arm
Attachment
Powercord
Elmoscopelensholder
Reelholdingknob
Option
Soundoutput cord
2-strandsealedcord (5 m) with plug
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..lpce.
......
lpce.
...2pcs.
III.
SPE('lFt('Al'IONS
P o we r s u p p l v
S i n g l cp h a s eA C 1 0 0 - 2 6 0 V5. 0 o r 6 0 H z
S r n g l ep h a s eA C 1 0 0 - 2 6 0 V5. 0 o r 6 0 H z
I ) O w c rc 0 r r s u n t p t r o n
-1..1KVA.....LX-I100
4.6KVA.....LX-2200
Filrrr
l 6 t t t r no p t i c a a
l n dn t a g n e t isco u n df i l m sa n d l 6 r r r r no p t i c a sl o u n df i l n rr e c o r c i e d
with laserrecordingsystem,plus l6nrrriopticalstereo/2-track
soundfilnrs
(LX-2200only)
P r o j e c t i o ns p e e d
24 fps
R e v e r s ep r o j e c t i o n
Possible
L X 11 0 0
LX-2100
R e r n o t ep r o j e c t i o n
Possible
(with optionalremotecontrol)
r r o je c t i o n
C lr a n g c o v e p
P o s s i b l(ew i t h o p t i o n acl o n n e c t i o cna b l e )
Rewinding
Fihrrbreakinterlock switch
High-speed
rewindingwitl-routchangingoverreels
Provided.In casefihn breaksduringprojectionby accident,projectorsrops
autonratically.
H o u r r r r c . tre
Iluilt-in
Loop restorer
Au toniatrc
lleel capacity,
1 8 0 0r n ( 6 0 0 0f t )
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P r o j c c t o rb o d 1 , '
S u b s t a n t i a l l yc a s t i n ga l u r n i n u n ra l l o y a n d s t c c l s h c e t
l ) ro j c c t i o r rl a r l p
1 0 0 0 Wt ) z o n c - f i e cX e n o n - a r cl a r n p . . .
LX I 100
2 0 0 0 W O z o n e - l r e e X e t r o n - a r c l a n t. p. . . L X - 2 2 0 0
L a n r pc u r r c r r t
Max.50A
Max.80A
Liglrtcorrdensing
systent
l l t u l t i - r e l l e c t i v ew i t h O v a l m i r r o r a n d C o l d r n i r r o r i n s t a l l e di n t l r e l a n r p i r o u s e
F / 1 . 2 1 ' - 5 O r n r[ni l r r r op r o j e c t i o nl e n s a s s t a n d a r c ]
(Available a variety of projection lensesas optiolt)
l ) r o j c c ito r rl c r r s
t()+)
. . LX-1100
... LX-2200
F i l n r t r a r r s p o r tr n t ' c h a n i s r n
3 s p r . c k e t s ; l n t e r n i t t e n t f i l m f e e d i n ga p a r a t u sp r o v i d e d w i t h s h u t t e r a n d
installed in a casinghaving therein euadruple cam/cylinder carn/Filn
transr n i t t i n g c l a w / G e a r sF
; i l n r s e n d i n gr e e l - a r n ra; n d F i l m w i n d i n g d e v i c e .
G r e a s el u b r i c a t i o ns y s t e n r . A u t o n i a t i c l o o p s e t t e rp r o v i d e c l .c a p a b l e f o r
reverse
f i1m-feeding.
. \ e n o t i - a l cl a n t p a c t u a t o r
G e ' e r a t o r f o r h i g h v o l t a g ew i t h l i i g h f r e q u e n c ya l ' p e r e c o ' t r o l l e r
and ,ronrtor
anuleter. which arebuilt in the projectorbody.
Lrcitcr lartrp
.+V-0.75A
DC
A rnpliticr
P r e / M a i n a n r p l i lfpi ec re .
.... LX-]100
P r e / M a i n a m p l i f 2i eprc s .
.... LX-2100
6 0 0 o h r n sB a i a n c etdy p e ,- 1 5 d B n rt o + 6 d B r n
l 0 K - o h n r s- l. O d Bt o 0 d B
8ohrns.50W(Mar.60W). . .. LXll00
E o l u r s 5 0 W+ 5 0 W( M a x .6 0 W+ 6 0 W ) . . L X - ] 2 0 0
L E I ) ( l - i g h tI : n r i t t i n D
g iode)
Aux output
r\u\ ilipUt
S p r ' l k er o u t p u t
Levc'1
i r r d i c a ito n
Ionc rolltrol
T r e b l ca n d B a s s e p a r a tceo t r t r o l
P u b l i ca d d r e s s
Possib
le
N o i s c ' - r ' cudc er t c r r ni r r a l
P r o v i d e d (. L X - 2 2 0 0o n l y )
Nlonitorspeaker
B u i i t - i n1 2 c r ns p e a k e r
N l o to r s
Main
Filrl take-up/rewind
Cooling
T o r q u en t o t o r
I n d u c t i o nm o t o r .
Dhrensions
Weight
S y n c h r o n o u sr n o t o r
I pce.
2 pcs.
4 pcs.
1 1 4x 4 9 x 3 8 c r n( 6 8 . 5x 1 9 . 3x 1 5 . 0i n . )
I l 0 k g s .( l a 3 l b s . )
LX-1100
I l 0 k c s ( 1 6 5l h s)
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IV.
NOMENCLATURE
Tensionarrrr
Tensionroller
Projectorproper
Machineframe
Larnphousecover
Controlpanel
Tilting handle
Lamp ammeter
Tensionroller
Power switch
Timer
Take-upreel
T e n s i o na n n
Fig. 1 (LX-2200illustrated)
3
Framc marual leed knob
Sidecontrol panel
F i g .2 ( L X - 2 2 0 0r l l u s t r a t e d )
Monitor speaker
Monitor speaker
volumeknob
Monitor speaker
playbackmode
selectknob
(LX-2200only)
Fig. 3 (LX-2200 illustrated)
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F-io z1
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\ 1 r .I s p l r r q L g ' 1
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I ; o c t t s i r r kg r t t t b
P r o j e c t i o nl e n s
l - r ) ( ) fr c c t ( ) r L - r
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M - O s e l e c tl e v e r
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strb ilize-r
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switch
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cover
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Mikc Jack
D o u s eO
r PEN
L , a r n pO F F b u t t o n
L a r n pO N b u t t o r r
I ) o u s e (r ' L O S E
FORWARDbutton
Changeover
button
STOPbutton
R E V E R S Eb u t t o n
Fi& 6-l (LX-I100)
S o u n dl e v e lL E D
(L/R channels)
LrR Bullncc
c o r r t r o kl n o l r
Phyback nrode
s c l e c tk n o b
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DouseO
r PEN
D o u s eC
r LOSE
Ciiangeover
b u tt o n
V o l u n r ek n o b i
A n r p .s w r t c h
B a s sc o n t r o l
T r e b l ec o n t r o l
L a m pO F F b u t t o n
Lamp ON button
F O R W A R Db u t t o n
S T O Pb u t t o n
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. rtton
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l i i l r t t r c r ' i"t t d
b u tt o t t
.rtch
A u x o u t p u tj a c k
V o l u r t t ek t t o i t
lirr Arrxirtput
l )t l t t o l l
,uttoll
Aux rnput
E x t . s p e a k e jra c k
lack
l.D bul.ton
F i g .7 - 1 ( L X - 1 1 0 0 )
l ton
,1. button
Remote/Loca1
selectswitch
Filmrewind
button
Frlm capacity
selectswitch
NR switch
'r knob/
.rvitch
)lt trol
O u t p u jt a c k s
for noise
r e d u crc
(L/R channels)
l n p u tj a c k sf o r
noisereducer
(L/R channels)
' control
A u x o u t p u tj a c k s
(L/R channels)
r OFF butto
p ON button
L , x t .s p e a k ej a
r ck
(L/R channels)
RWARDbut'
()P buttoll
A u x i n p u tj a c k s
( L/I{ channcls)
VERStsbutti
F i g . 7 - 2( L X - 2 2 0 0 )
Monitorspeaker
volurne knob
F i g .8 - 1( L X - 1 1 0 0 )
\l()rllot spclrkel
volLrrrt k nob
N l o n i t o rs p c a k e r
playblckrnorlc
s c l c c lk r r o l r
F i g .8 - 2( L X 2 2 0 0 )
No.3 sprocket
S o u n dd r u r n
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N l a i nn r o t o r
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Prt'-utrrpl if'reI
C o n t r o lc i r c u i t
Fig. 10.2(LX-2200)
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V.
FUNCTION OF MAJOR COMPONENT PARTS
1 . Projection
ControlSwitches
a.
Powerswitch(Fig.1)
Whenthis power switch is turned ON:
(1) The powerdisplaylamp comeson.
(2) The cooling fan motors start rurning.
(3) "STOP", "La-p OFF" and "Douser OPEN" display lamps on the control panel are all illuminated,
indicatingeachcomponentpart is readyfor operation.
Note: Whenthe volume knob is positionedat"0", the amplifier'spower sourceis switchedoff.
(4) Take-upand rewind motor circuitsare closed(ON) with the reel shaft beingbraked.
Note: Non-fuse breaker built in this switch will open the circuit automaticallyif the circuit is overloaded.
Lamp ON/OFF buttons(Fig. 6)
Thesebuttons are usedto turn on/off the Xenon-arclamp.
If the lamp ON button is depressed:
(1) The lamp OFF displaygoesout and the lamp ON displaycomeson.
(2) The Xenon-arclamp comeson.
About half the normal current, 50A (LX-l100) or 80A (LX-2200), is alwaysapplied except when the
main motor is running and the douseris open.
Forwardbutton (Fig. 6)
Whenthis button is depressed:
( l ) " F W D " d i s p l a yl a m pc o m e so n .
(2) The main motor startsruruting.
(3) If the douserOPEN displaylamp is illuminated,the douserwill be openedautomaticallyin a few
seconds.
The douserdoesnot work if the projectionlamp is not on.
(a) The take-upmotor runs to revolvethe take-upreel spindle.
Stop button (Fig. 6)
Whenthis button is depressed:
(l) "STOP" displaylamp comeson.
(2) The main motor comesto a stop.
(3) At the sametime, the douseris automaticallyclosed.
(a) The take-upmotor comesto a stop.
Reversebutton (Fig. 6)
When this button is depresed:
(1) "REV" displaylamp comeson.
(2) The main motor startsrunningreversely.
(3) If the douserOPEN displaylamp is on, the douserwill automaticallyopen in a few seconds.The douser
will not operateif the Xenon-arclamp is off.
(a) The rewind motor startsto revolvethe rewindreel spindle. If the M-O selectleveris set to "M" position,
the rewindmotor doesnot run.
f.
DouserOpen/Close
buttons(Fig.6)
Thesebuttonsareusedto openand closethe douser.
When the power is switched on, the douser OPEN display lamp is illuminated. However,the douserwill
not operateindependentlyunies the Xenon-arclamp is on and either forward or reversebutton for the film
transportation
is actuated.
Therefore,the dousercan be openedor closedby thesebuttonsaslong asthe Xenon-arclamp is on and the
projectoris running.
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T h i s s o u n dl e v e lL E D t e l l st h e s o u n do u t p u t l c v e l . l f ' t i r e a u r . o r r t p u jt a c k i s p l u g g e di n , t h c o u t p u t l e v e li s
indicated
b y t h e u n i t o f , , d 8 " . A n d r l 't l t c c x t. s p e a k e r j a c ki s p l u g g c di n . t h e o u t p u t l e v c li s i n d i c a t e b
dy the
u n i to f " W "
1 ,
Monitor speakervolumeknob (Fig. 8)
If this volume knob is turned clockwise,the soundfrom the monitor speakeris amplified.
Aux. output jack (Fig. 7)
The impedanceis 600 ohmsbalanced.Two jacks areprovided inLX-2200.
o'
Aux. input jack (Fig. 7)
The impedanceis l0 K-ohmsunbalanced.
h.
Volume knob for Aux input (Fig. 7)
This knob is to adjust the input level from tape recorder,etc. (By turning this knob, the level of original
l6mm soundmay be affected.)
i.
Ext. speakerjack(Fig. 7)
The impedanceis 8 ohmsandmaximumoutput is 60W.. . . . LX-1100.
jacks,with an 8 ohmsimpedance,
Two ext. speaker
areprovidedfor maximum60w+60w output. connect
the RH-sidespeakerto R jack and the LH-sidespeakerto L jack respectively.. . . . Lx-2200.
J.
M-O selectlever(Fig. 5)
This leveris usedto selectthe modeof soundplayback,eitheropticalsoundor magneticsound.
If tumed to the RII-sid€"O', the opticalsoundcanbe playedbackand if to the Lft-siae.'M", the magnetic
soundcanbe playedback.
This switch-over operation is interlockedwith the pad roller and the amplifier circuit is also automatically
switchedto the playbackmode selected.
IMPORTANT: While this selectlever is set to "M" position,the reverseprojectioncan't be performed.
t.
L/R balancecontrol knob (Fig. 6) . . . . . LX-2200 only
Thtl knob is to adjustthe balanceof L (left) and R (right) channelsoundswhile playing back in stereomode.
If the knob is turned clockwise,the sound volume of R charurelwill increaseand the one in L channelwill
decrease;If tumed counterclockwise,
the reverseeffectwill be produced.
l.
Playbackmode selectknob (Fig. 6) . . . . . LX-2200only
This knob is to selectmode of soundplaybackaccordingto the opticalsoundfilm to be run.
MONO
: Playsback conventionalor lasersinglesoundtrack film.
srEREo
: Playsback stereoor both tracksof 2-track film simultaneouslv.
I
: Playsback only track I of 2-trackfilm.
: Playsback only track 2 of 2-trackfilm.
2
m . Monitor speakerplaybackmode selectknob (Fig. g) . . . . . LX-2200 only
This knob is to selectcharurelfor monitor speaker.
L
: Capableof monitoringthe soundin L channel.
R
: Capableof monitoring the soundin R charmel.
L+R
: Capableof monitoring both soundsin L and R channels.
n.
NR (Noise Reduction)terminal (Fig. 7) . . . . . LX-2200 only
To minimize noiselevel in playback,NR (Noise Reduction) terminal is provided for the use of your
noisereducer.
When playback a soundwhich is recordedthrough a noisereducer,the use of samenoisereducer
in playback
is recommended.
Connectthe noisereducerand LX-2200 asfollow:
Noisereducer'sinputjacksto NR outputjacksof LX-2200.
Noisereducer'soutput jacksto NR input jacksof LX-2200.
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t o O N ( u p ) p o s i t i o nn. o s o u n di s r c p r o d r r c e d .
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[ 1 ' t l r r ' l o e ri s p u s h e do r t t o r i g h t .t h e f i l r l l g a t e i s o p e n e d .
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n t o v e sd o w n . T h i s d e v i c ci s u s e dt o e l i r n i n a t et h e f r a n r el i n e a p p e a r e do n t h e s c r e c n .
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h a n d l e i s u s c d t o t i l t u p o r d o w n t h e p r o j e c t o r w h e n a d j u s t i n gt h e p r o j e c t i o n i r t t a g ct o t l t e s c r e e n .
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f'.
rc.
.',itl
L r r r r pc u r r en t a d j u s t u r gh o l e ( F i g . 1 3 )
A n a c c c s so p c n i - n gt o t l r c l a r n pc u r r e n t a d j u s t i n gr o d . U s e t l i e f l a t - t i p s c r e w d r i v e fr b r a d j u s t n r c n t .
'l'lrc
l a r r r pc u r r e l t t r s f a c t o r r ' - a d j u s t esdo t h a t n o a d d i t i o n a l a d j u s t r n e n ti s r e q u i r e d .
t l u t r 1 ' t l r ea d j u s t n t e n ri s r c ' q u i r e df o r s o n t e r e a s o n ,t u r n t h e r o d c l o c k w i s et o i t t c r e a s et l t e c u r r e n t o r c o u n t e r c l o c k r ' " ' i st c. d e c r c a s ei t '
I l e s u r c t o n t a k e t i t i s c u r r c . n ta d j u s t r t r e n w
t liile the projector is set for norntal projectiort;witlt tlre rnairt
n r o t o r r u n r r i n g a n d t l r c d o u s e r o p e n . T h e l a r n p c u r r e n t a p p l i c a b l ei s 5 0 A I l a x i r t t u t n 1 ' o rL X - 1 1 0 0 o r 8 0 A
r r r a - r i r r i u r1r 'ro rL X - 1 1 0 0 . T a k e b e s t c a r en o t t o r a i s et h e c u r r e n t t o t h e r e d n t a r k e da r e ai l t t l t c l a n l p a l t l t t t e t e r .
1 ' l r eI a n r pn r a v b e e r p i o d c d i t ' a c u r r e n t m o r e t h a n t h e a b o v es p e c i f i e dv a l u e i s a p p l r e dt o t l r e J a r r r p ,
g
R e e l h o l d i n g k n o b ( F r g . l - 1)
Whcn using r long-runf ilrrrof nrore tlian 2400 feet, this knob is used to flr the reel to the reel sni.dle
W h c n t i r c r c c l h o l d i n g k n o b i s u s c d .l e a v et h e r e e l l o c k i n t h e r a i s e dp o s i t i o n .
li
I-ig. I -i
Fig. 1,1
A
ElectricBulbs
^
Projectionlight source
Xenon-arclamp 1000W
b.
Exciterlamp 4V-0.75A
beam.
Liglit sourcefor opticalsoundplaybackscanning
"O" position.
This lamp comeson only when the M-O leveris set at
c.
motor torquecontrollamps
Take-up/rewind
Light sourceto regulatethe torqueof the take-upandrewindmotors.
Whenthe power switchis turnedon. theseIampscomeon.
5 . MagneticPlayback System
a.
Magneticplaybackhead
Housed inside the sound drum, this head performs the function of picking up the signalsrecordedon the
magneticsound track of the film.
Through the actuation of the M-O selectlever,the playbackhead comesin contact with and off the film
which is pulled taut around the sounddrum. The headis fixed at the best working position so that it should
not be removedand the adjustingscrewshouldnot be tampered.
Padroller
When playing back the magneticsound,this roller functions to allow the film to make a tight contactwith
the head. The rotatingpart of this rolleris madeof syntheticrubber.
"O" positionwhen the
The pad roller is operatedby the M-O selectlever. Be sureto leavethe selectleverat
projectoris not in useso that the pad roller is kept off the sounddrum.
Unlessotherwise,the rubberroller may be deformed,causingunevenrollerrotation.
F i l m T r a n s p o rM
t echanism
N o . I S p r o c k e(t F i g .5 )
The function of the No. I sprocketis to advancethe film from the feed reel to the film gate.
b.
No. 2 Sprocket(Fig. 5)
This sprocketleadsthe film, which has been driven intermittentlvthrough the film gate, onto the sound
drum at a constantspeed.
N o . 3 S p r o c k e(t F i g .5 )
This sprocket pulls taut the film which passesover the sound drum and holds back the film being wound
by the take-upreel.
d.
Loop restorer(Fig. 5)
Damagedfilm perforationsand/or faulty film splicesmay causethe film to be flexed in the film gate,resulting a lossof film loop under the film gate.
This trouble may causethe picturesto be derangedand the film to be damagedas well. The loop restorer
recoversthe loop los to remedythe troublesituation
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e.
Balancingstabilizer(FrC.5)
ln combination with the sound drum, two balancingstabilizerrollers are provided to accommodate
any
flexing in the film path; two rollers stabilizethe filrn drive motion through their relativeoperatingposition.
f.
Sounddrum (Fig. 5)
The sound drum is driven at a uniform speedby meansof a flywtreel,performingan important function of
eliminatingwow and flutter in the playback sound. The magneticplaybackheal and photoelectriccell are
housedin this sounddrum.
If the sound drum axis is distorted out of center-alignmentand if any mechanicalshock is exerted to the
high-precision-performance
bearing,the soundreproductionquality witl be greatlyaffected.
Tensionroller (Fig. 1)
This roller absorbsthe film tensionvariation which derivesfrom the film take-up action, allowingthe takeup motor torque to be variedproportionally so that a constantfilm tensioncan bemaintained.
7 . Others
a.
Projectionlens(Fig. 5)
Standard:Fl.2 f=50mm
b.
Soundlens(Fig. l2)
l,ens used to produce a scanningbeam by focusinga light from the exciterlamp so asto createan imageof
the lamp filament on the film's soundtrack.
This lens is fixed at factory in a preciseposition so that it shouldnot be tamperedand moved.
c.
Reflector
Large-diameteroval reflector is combinedwith the plane cold mirror to allow the Xenon-arclamp to emit a
spreadingbeam for uniform illumination without damagingthe film by heat.
Don't movethe reflectorand/orcold mirror out of position.
VI.
OPERATION PROCEDURE
With the LX-ll00iLX-2200 projectors,the initial step in operatingthe projectionis to turn on the Xenon'arc
projectors.Sincethe douseropens
lamp and then threadthe filrn, which is differentfrom thoseof conventional
film
to
be
damaged.
for
the
no
risk
film
tl.rere
is
after
the
starts,
belatedly
l.
Ughting Xenon-arcLamp
a.
T u r n t l i e p o w e rs w i t c ho n :
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
b.
Everycoolingfan motor startsrunning.
Powerdisplaylamp comeson.
"STOP", "Lamp OFF" and "Douser OPEN" displaylamps on the control panel are all illuminated.
The take-upand rewindmotorsareswitchedon and the reelspindlearebeingbraked.
irnmediatelyand the lamp displayis
the lamp is half-iliuminated
When the lamp ON button is depressed,
"ON".
switchedfrom "OFF" to
Note: This projectoris providedwith a safetyswitch in the lamp ignitioncircuit. If the lowerpart of the
lamphousecoveris off or not fitted snugly,the lamp won't comeon.
Safety switch
Fig.15
-2r-
Film Threading
Referto Fig. 9 for detaiison the film path.
Note:
a' Be sureto passthe film through-the upper and
lower tensionrollers. unlessotherwise,there is a risk
that the film may be tom when the propction is
started.
b'
This projector is speciallyequippedwith film break
interlock switch (roller type) to srop pro.lector
when the film breaksduring pro.lictionby accident
o, th, proi.ctlon ends. Make certainthat the film
is
properlyloadedon the film breakswitchasper
Fig. 9.
If you want to folwar!'^run the projector witho'ut
loading it with film, pressand hold the film
break
rnterlockswitchto the left.
c'
Be certarn to securethe reel with the reel holding
knob when usinga reel for film of more than
2400
Preparation
beforeProjection
a.
S e t t i n gt h e M - O s e l e clte v e r :
Set tl.reM-o levereither to position"M" for magneticsound
film or to position..o,,for opticalsoundfilm.
Fig. l6
S e t t n g f i l r n c a p a c i t ys e i e c ts w i t c h :
l n c o n f o r r r t i t yw i t h t h e c a p a c i t y o f t h e r e e l t o
b e u s e d , s e t t h e f i l m c a p a c i t ys e l e c ts w i t c h t o e i t h e r , . 2 . 1 0 0,
"6000"
or
position.
It is advisableto have the sound volume and tone
adjusted in advance.
d.
S e t t i n gp l a y b a c k m o d e s e l e c rk n o b : ( L X _ 2 2 0 0
only)
fj|itilj,il,ilt";tt;:d
soundfilm to be run,settheplayback
modeselect
knobeitherof ..MoNo,,,
St art ing l)rojr-ctio tt
l ) e p r c s st l t e f o r w a r d b t t t t o t t .
" S ' l O [ ' " t o " t " W t ) " . a n d t h e f i l r r r i s t r a n s p o r t ed i r t t l r c f ' o r w a r dd i r ec i t o r l
T l i e d i s p l a y l' r r t t p c l t a r t g c fsr o r r r
-l'lrc
. o u s c rO I ' L N l a r r r pi s i l l u n r i na t c d .
d o u s c rw ' i l lo p c r ta u t o r n a t i c a l liv1 ' t h t d
b v u s c o l c a c l tc o t r t r o l k l l o b .
A d j u s t t h c l - o c t r sa r t dr r t a s k i t i g
h
Fig. 17
A d l u s t t h e s g u n d v o l u n r eb y t u n r i n g t h e v o l u r n e k n o b / a r l p l i l i e r s w i t c h w l i i l e w a t c h i n g t h e s o u n d l e v e l L E D
o r l i s t e n i n gt o t l i e s o u n d t o b e r e p r o d u c c dt h r o u g l ' rt l t e n l o n i t o r s p e a k e r .
A d j u s t t h e t o n e b y n t e a n so f t h e b a s s / t r e b l ec o n t r o l k n o b s .
A d j u s t t h e b a l a n c eo f L a n d R c h a m e l s w i t h L / R b a l a n c ec o n t r o l k n o b . R e f e r t o t h c s o u n d l e v e l l . E D o r
p l a v b a c k s o u n d t h r o u g h t h e r n o n i l o r s p e a k e rt o c l t e c kt l t e s o u n d l e v e l . ( L X - 2 2 0 0 o n l y )
( a u t i o n sd u r i n g I ' r o j ec t i o n
I)a1'dr-ra
c t t e t i t i o l lt o t h c p r o j c c t c dp i c t u r e o n t i t e s c l e e l t ,s o u n d l e v e l a n d t o n e , f i i t t l t r a l l s p o r t a t i o na l l d
t a k i r r g - u pc o r t d i t i o n s .l a t t t p a t t t t t l c t c r .n r a c l u n cn o i s c . c t c . , d u r i r t gt h e p r o j e c t i o n f o r p e r f o n l i n g t h e p r o j e c t o r
in tirc best conditiort.
b.
[ ) o n ' t g i v c a t t y i n r p a c t o r j o l t a g r i t r s tt h e p l o t e c t o r * ' h i l e i t i s r u n n i n g . K e e p t h e v e n t i l a t i o no p e r t i t t g sr t r t l t e
p r o j e c t o rf r c c .
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'\ltcr I)rojcction
\ \ ' l r t ' nt l r e p r o j e c t i o nc r ) l t t e st o a t t c l l d . d c ' ; r r c stsl l c s t o p b u t t o l l .
'furn
o l ' f ' t h ea l t r p l iifc r b y t u r n i t r gt l t e v t r l t t t t t kc r r o bf u l l y ' c o u l l t e r c l o c k w i s e .
'I
h e l a r t r pO [ ] F b u t t o n .
u n t o 1 ' 1 ' t l tpcr o j e c t i o rlra r r r pb 1 'd c p r e s s i r rt g
Ilo" inding thc filrrr:
A s s o s n a s t l r c a b o v e p r o c c d u r e a . l i a s b c c r t f i n i s h e d .s e t t h e t r a i l i n g e n d o f t h e f i l n r t o t h e f e e d r e e l a n d
c i c p r e s st h e f i l r n r c w i n d b u t t o n . l n t l r i s c o n n c c t i o r r .i l ' t l r e L l r r t o S c o p e I - e n s h o l d e r i s a t t a c h e dt o t h c a c c c s s o r y s h o c . p a s st h e f i l n r a r o u n d t h e g u i d e r o l l c L f i t t e d o r l t h e t o p o f t h e l e r t sh o l d e r . W l l e n t h e f i l n r r e r v i n d i n gi s o v c r , d e p r e s st l r e f i l r r t r c w i n d b u t t O t ta g a i l lt r ) s t o p t l l e p r o j e c t o r .
'l-r.rrn
o { ' 1 ' t h ep o w e r s w i t c l i a l ' t r . ra l l o r ' " ' i r t gl r e p r o j c c t r o r l a r r l pt o c o o l e n o u g | .
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7 . OtherOperationHints
a.
Reverse
Projection:
If the M-O selectleveris set at "O" position,it is posible to performthe reverse
projectionby depressing
the
reversebutton.
b.
R e m o t ec o n t r o lp r o j e c t i o n :
Setting the remote/local select switch to "REMOTE" position will allow you to play the remote
control
projection.
The following operationscan be controlledby meansof optional remote control unit:
Forward run,
Lamp On/Off,
Reverserun.
Stop,
DouserOpen/Close, SoundOn/Off.
The projector can be operatedby the projector's control panel with the remote/localselect
switch being set
at either side.
The other operation proceduresare similar to those_ofthe ordinary projection. However,in
casethe amplifier switch on the remotecontrol panelis turned OFF, nosoundisitayedbackevenif
thevolumeknob on
the projector is fully tumed clockwise.
Contrarily, if the volume knob on the projector is set at "O" position, no sound is reproduced
even if the
amplifier switch on the remote control panelis turned ON.
Changeover
projection:
When changingover the projection alternatelyusingtwo projectorsinstalledside
by side,proceedasfollows;
( I ) Turn on the projectorlamp in both projectorsasin the proceduredescribed
in procedureVI. 1.
tn this case,leavethe douserof the No. 2 projector closeby depressing
the douserCLOSEbutton. The
following displaylampscome on.
No. I Projector : I-amp ON, DouserOPEN,
No. 2 Projector: Lamp ON, DouserCLOSE,
STOP.
STOP.
(2) Load the No. I projectorwith film accordingto procedureVI. 2.
(3) Set up the controlsof the No. I projector accordingto the procedureM. 3.
(4) Start the No. 1 projector accordingto the procedureVI. 4.
(5) Load the No. 2 projector with film accordingto the procedure Y1.2.and
set up the controlsof the No. 2
projectoraccordingto the procedureVI.3.
Adjust the soundvolumeand tone in advance.
(6) When the first sign for changeoveris noticed on the screen,depress
the changeover
button of the No. I
projector.
with the displaylamp on, the No. 2 projector will start with the douserbeing
closed.
The "FWD" lamp on the No. 2 projectorcomeson and the ..srop', lamp go-es
out.
(7) Whenthe secondsignis noticedon the screen,depress
the douserCLOSEbutton on the No. I projector.
The douserof the No. 2 projectoris openedand the douserof the No. I projector
is closed.
At the sametime, the amplifier on the No. 2 projector is switchedon *oih.
No. t amptiler is turned
off. Thusthe projectionis changedoverfrom No.-1projectorto No. 2 projector.
(8)
!9nt"tt the stop button.on-theNo. I projectorassoonasthe film on it hasbeenrewoundfully.
lamp on the_No.I projectorcomeson. Whenthe "FwD" lampgoesout, the;'cnarqcg!f9--!roe"
OVER" lamp goesout at the sametime.
(e) Rewind the film accordingto procedureVI.6.
Vll.
N{AlN'fLTNANCII tllN'fS
l.
C l e a n i n gP r o j e c t o r
a.
A p e r t u r e p l a t e a n d p r e s s u r ep l a t e
C l c a n t l r e a p c r t u r ea n d p r e s s u r ep l a t e se v e r y t i r r r eb e f ' o r es t a r t i n gt h e p r o j e c t i o n .
O p c n t h c f i h n g a t e . P u r c h i n gt h e p l a t e h o l d e r , r a i s ea r d p u l l i t t o w a r d y o u r s e l f t o r e m o v et h e p r e s s u r ep 1 a t e .
W h c n r e n r o v i n gt h e p r e s s u r ep l a t e , k e e p t h c s c n d i l g c l a w i n a r e t r a c t e dp o s i t i o n b y t u r n i n g t l i e f r a r n en r a n u a l
teedknob.
( l ) W i p ed u s to f f t h e a p e r t u r e
b r u s h .( F i g . l 8 )
p l a t ew i t h t l i e s u p p l i e d
(2) Cleanthe pressure
platecarefullyusinga soft cloth.
(-3) A filrn residueadheredon the pressureplate will scratchtlie film, so such a residuedepositmust be
wipedoff conipletelyby rubbingoff with the brush.
F i g .1 8
b.
Projection
lens
Disnrountthe projection1ens,pullingon the focusingknob towardyourself.
soft cloth or lenscleaner.Don't rub or touch the lens
Cleantlte projectionlens carefullyusinga lensbrusl'r,
with finger.
Wheninstallingback the projectionlensin position,insertit asfar asit will go while pullingon the focusing
knob towardyourself,
'fhis
rneansthe tip of the focusingknob is setin the grooveon the
Then, pull back the lensuntil it clicks.
lenshousing.Makesurethat the lensnrovesin ard out smootlilyby turningthe focusingknob.
l.
Lubrication
The intermittent filrn transportation nrechanisrtt
is lubricated by a felt sump containi,ngsuft'icient
oil in addition to the liigh-perlonnance oils c a l e db e a r i n gs o t h a t n o f r e q u e n t o i l i n g t h e r e t o
1SIICCr'Ssary.
H o w e v e r . o n t h e o c c a s i o r to f r e g u l a r i n s p e c t i o t t
o r r e p a i rw o r k , s u p p l y f o u r o r f i v e d r o p s o f L l n r o
S p e c i a lO i l ( o p t i o n ) t h r o u g h t h e o i l h o l e .
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ReplacingMajor Componentparts
Xenon-arciamp
This projector usesan exclusively-designed
1000w Xenon-arclamp. The servicelife of this lamp is extremely
with that of conventionallamp but the illuminati,cnperfo*.n.e
is deterioratei after a longf;: ::lottd
For replacing,be sureto contactthe authorizedElmo servicecenter.
Note: The projectorincorporatesa timer countingthe actuallength
of lamp illuminationhours. The timer
is locatedbeneaththe powerswitch(Fig. l).
b.
E x c i t e rl a m p( F i g . 1 2 )
( 1) Removethe exciterlamp cover.
(2) Pushthe headof the exciterlamp down a littte bit and
tum it counterclockwise
to remove.
The metal flange of the lamp is providedwith three fitting holes
with eachhole-to-holepitch differently
spacedso that the lamp can be fitted into the receptaclevJry easily
without mistake.
Push the lamp downward and turn it clockwiseas far asit will go
when putting a new lamp in position.
(3) wheneverreplacingthe exciterlamp with
attempt toplaybackasoundbyrunningan optical
lj*-9nrt
sound film' This projector featuresa specifically
designedsound ieproduction system. In order to let
the systemto make a maximum performance,adjustthe exciter
lamp position preciselyin the following
procedure.
(a)
the projector with the supplied test film for exciter lamp position
adjustmentas shown in
load
Fig. 20.
(b) with the volume knob set at a middle position, run the projector
and check the sound levelLED.
(c) If two or threeof LEDs comeon, it meansthe exciterlamp is properly
setup.
(d) unlessotherwise,it meansthe exciterlamp is setup out of
correctposition.
Loosen two setscrewson the side of the socket
holder.
Adjust the vertical level of the lamp and the right
angie of the filament to the optic axis so that a
maximum number of level display LEDs can glow.
Adjustmentof the exciterlamp position
( L X - 2 2 0 0o n l y ) :
If the numbersof glowing display LEDs for L and R
channels are extremeiy different even with L/R
baiancecontrol knob in the middle position.loosen
the socketholder setscrewsand move the holder in
and out (or away from or toward yourseifl. Ft\
the socketholder in such a positionwherethe glowing display LEDs for both channelsare well balanced
in number.
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l i r r a c c c s st o t l r c s cl u s c s .
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P o r v e rf u s e h o l d e r
Amplifier fuse
Controlcircuit fuse
F i g .J 1
F i g . 2 2I ( L X - l 1 0 0 )
P r e - a m p l i f i c fr u s e
I
('ontrol circuit llse
[ ' o w e r a r n p l i f i c rf u s e
F i g .l J 2 ( L X - 1 1 0 0 )
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( 3 ) C o n t r o cl i r c u i tf u s e .
A 3A fuseis installedin the controlcircuitPC board.
Openthe projectorrearcoverfor access
to this fuse.
Sparefuse is providedon the inner sideof the rear cover.
(4) Take-up/Rewind
motor torquecontrollamps:
Removethe pedestalrear cover for accessto the take-upmotor torque control lamp and the feed reel
arm rearcoverto the rewindmotor torquecontrollamp, respectively.
Take out the lamp together with the socket when replacingthe lamp. Use 12V 3.4W swantype bulb.
Rewindmotor controllamp
Take-upmotor control lamp
VIII.
ELMO SCOPELENS HOLDER (Fie.24)
LX- 1100/LX-22ffi areequippedwith exclusiveElmo ScopeLensHolder.
With use of an optional Elmo ScopeLens,it's posible to play a l6mm cinemascope
projection.
This holder attachment is capableof accommodatinga wide rangeof lenses;fromthe standard5Omm
lensup to
a zoom lenswith long lensbarrel.
guide roller is provided on the holder so that the film can be rewound without dismounting
the holder.
L fill
This lensholder is also desigredto supporta long-barrelzoom lens.
-29-
lrlrno Scope Lens with 50rrinr Standard [.ens
E,lnroScopeLenswith Zoom Lens
I ir -l-1
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