Barco R9828129 Installation manual

BARCO PROJECTION SYSTEMS
RETROGRAPHICS
808s
R9002040
R9002049
INSTALLATION MANUAL
Date :
250297
Revision :
01
Art. No. :
R5975537
Due to constant research, the information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
Produced by BARCO NV, February 1997.
All rights reserved.
Trademarks are the rights of their respective owners.
Printed in Belgium
BARCO nv/Projection Systems
Noordlaan 5
B-8520 Kuurne
Belgium
Printed in Belgium
Table of Contents
Table of contents ............................................................................................................................................................................ i-1
Safety Instructions ......................................................................................................................................................................... 1-1
Unpacking and Projector Dimensions .......................................................................................................................................... 2-1
Unpacking .................................................................................................................................................................................. 2-1
Projector dimensions ................................................................................................................................................................. 2-2
Installation Set-up .......................................................................................................................................................................... 3-1
Cabinet assembly ...................................................................................................................................................................... 3-1
Mounting the side profiles .......................................................................................................................................................... 3-2
Projector Set-up ............................................................................................................................................................................. 4-1
To gain access to the DIP switches ............................................................................................................................................
Setting the projector address .....................................................................................................................................................
Power-up mode ..........................................................................................................................................................................
Baud rate for communication with a computer ............................................................................................................................
Password mode .........................................................................................................................................................................
4-1
4-2
4-3
4-4
4-4
AC Power Connection .................................................................................................................................................................... 5-1
AC power cord connection .........................................................................................................................................................
Preparing your power cord .........................................................................................................................................................
AC power check .........................................................................................................................................................................
AC input power (mains) voltage adaptation ................................................................................................................................
Switching on the projector ..........................................................................................................................................................
5-1
5-1
5-2
5-2
5-4
Source Connection ........................................................................................................................................................................ 6-1
Signal input connection on the projector .....................................................................................................................................
Connecting a composite video source to port 1 ..........................................................................................................................
Connecting a S-Video or Video source to port 2 .........................................................................................................................
Connecting a RGB Analog source to port 3 ................................................................................................................................
Connecting a RGB Analog source to port 4/5 .............................................................................................................................
Connecting a RGB Analog source with Tri-level sync to port 4/5 ................................................................................................
Connecting a component video source to port 4/5 ......................................................................................................................
Connecting a component video source with Tri-level sync to port 4/5 .........................................................................................
Connecting external loudspeakers to the retroprojector ..............................................................................................................
Peripheral equipment .................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting a RCVDS 05 switcher to the retroprojector ..............................................................................................................
Connecting a VS05 switcher to the retroprojector .......................................................................................................................
Connecting an IR remote receiver to the retroprojector ...............................................................................................................
6-1
6-1
6-2
6-3
6-4
6-4
6-5
6-5
6-6
6-6
6-6
6-6
6-6
Appendix A : Orbiting ....................................................................................................................................................................... A-1
Appendix B : G2 adjustment ............................................................................................................................................................. B-1
Appendix C : Gamma corrections ..................................................................................................................................................... C-1
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Safety Instructions
1
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Notice on Safety
This equipment is built in accordance with the requirements of the
international safety standards EN60950, UL 1950 and CSA C22.2
No.950, which are the safety standards of information technology
equipment including electrical business equipment.
These safety standards impose important requirements on the use of
safety critical components, materials and isolation, in order to protect
the user or operator against risk of electric shock and energy hazard,
and having access to live parts.
Safety standards also impose limits to the internal and external
temperature rises, radiation levels, mechanical stability and strength,
enclosure construction and protection against the risk of fire.
Simulated single fault condition testing ensures the safety of the
equipment to the user even when the equipment's normal operation
fails.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Before operating this equipment please read this manual
thoroughly, and retain it for future reference.
Installation and preliminary adjustments should be performed
by qualified BARCO personnel or by authorized BARCO
service dealers.
WARNING
TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS EQUIPMENT TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE
FEDERAL COMMUNICATION COMMISSION (FCC STATEMENT)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
of a class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Note :
The use of shielded cables is required to comply within the limits of
Part 15 of FCC rules and EN55022.
* All the safety and operating instructions should be read before using
this unit.
* The safety and operating instructions manual should be retained for
future reference.
OWNER’S RECORD
* All warnings on the equipment and in the documentation manuals
should be adhered to.
The part number and serial number are located at the back side of the
projector. Record these numbers in the spaces provided below.
Refer to them whenever you call upon your BARCO dealer regarding
this product.
* All instructions for operating and use of this equipment must be
followed precisely.
On safety
PART NUMBER :
SER. NUMBER :
1. This product should be operated from an AC power source.
This projector may be connected to an IT-power system.
DEALER :
Operating AC power voltage of the projector:
BARCO RETROGRAPHICS 808s
Art.No. R9002040 (230V AC)
Art. No R9002049 (120V AC)
Consult your dealer to switch over from 230Vac to 120 Vac or from
120Vac to 230 Vac.
If you are not sure of the type of AC power available, consult your
dealer or local power company.
The lightning flash with an arrowhead within a
triangle is intended to tell the user that parts
inside this product may cause a risk of electrical
shock to persons.
The exclamation point within a triangle is intended to tell the user that important operating
and/or servicing instructions are included in the
technical documentation for this equipment.
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2. This product is equipped with a 3-wire grounding plug, a plug
having a third (grounding) pin. This plug will only fit into a groundingtype power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert
the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your
obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the purpose of the grounding-type
plug.
WARNING FOR THE CUSTOMERS: THIS APPARATUS MUST BE
GROUNDED (EARTHED) via the supplied 3 conductor AC power
cable.
(If the supplied power cable is not the correct one, consult your
dealer.)
1-1
Safety Instructions
A. Mains lead (Power cord) with CEE 7 plug:
qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
The wires of the mains lead are colored in
accordance with the following code.
a. When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
b. If liquid has been spilled into the equipment.
Green and yellow:
Blue:
Brown:
earth (safety earth)
neutral
line (live)
B. Power cord with ANSI 73.11 plug:
The wires of the power cord are colored in
accordance with the following code.
Green/yellow: ground
White:
neutral
Black:
line (live)
c.If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d. If the product does not operate normally when the operating
instructions are followed.
Note : Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating
instructions since improper adjustment of the other controls may
result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified
technician to restore the product to normal operation.
e. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
f. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating
a need for service.
3. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this
product where persons will walk on the cord.
To disconnect the cord, pull it out by the plug. Never pull the cord
itself.
4. If an extension cord is used with this product, make sure that the
total of the ampere ratings on the products plugged into the extension
cord does not exceed the extension cord ampere rating. Also make
sure that the total of all products plugged into the wall outlet does not
exceed 15 amperes.
5. Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet
slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts
that could result in a risk of fire or electrical shock.
Never spill liquid of any kind on the product. Should any liquid or solid
object fall into the cabinet, unplug the set and have it checked by
qualified service personnel before resuming operations.
Replacement parts - When replacement parts are required, be sure
the service technician has used original BARCO replacement parts or
authorized replacement parts which have the same characteristics as
the BARCO original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in
degraded performance and reliability, fire, electric shock or other
hazards. Unauthorized substitutions may void warranty.
Safety check - Upon completion of any service or repairs to this
projector, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to
determine that the product is in proper
operating condition.
On cleaning
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not
use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for
cleaning.
1. Do not place this equipment on an unstable cart, stand, or table.
The product may fall, causing serious damage to it.
- To keep the cabinet looking brand-new, periodically clean it with a
soft cloth. Stubborn
stains may be removed with a cloth lightly
dampened with mild detergent solution. Never use strong solvents,
such as thinner or benzine, or abrasive cleaners, since these will
damage the cabinet.
- To ensure the highest optical performance and resolution, the
projection lenses are specially treated with an anti-reflective coating, therefore, avoid touching the lens. To remove dust on the lens,
use a soft dry cloth. Do not use a damp cloth, detergent solution, or
thinner.
2. Do not use this equipment near water.
On repacking
3. Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are
provided for ventilation; to ensure reliable operation of the product
and to protect it from overheating, these openings must not be
blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by
placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This
product should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat
register.
The projector should not be placed in a built-in installation or enclosure unless proper ventilation is provided.
Save the original shipping carton and packing material; they will
come in handy if you ever have to ship your equipment. For maximum
protection, repack your set as it was originally packed at the factory.
6. Lightning - For added protection for this video product during a
lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long
periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet. This will prevent
damage to the projector due to lightning and AC power-line surges.
On installation
4. Do not block the projector cooling fans or free air movement under
and around the projector. Loose papers or other objects may not be
nearer to the projector than 4" on any side.
On servicing
Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as opening or
removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage potentials
and risk of electric shock!
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
On illumination
In order to obtain the best quality for the projected image, it is essential
that the ambient light which is allowed to fall on the screen be kept to
an absolute minimum.
When installing the projector and screen, care must be taken to avoid
exposure to ambient light directly on the screen. Avoid adverse
illumination on the screen from direct sunlight or fluorescent lighting
fixtures.
The use of controlled ambient lighting, such as incandescent spot
light or a dimmer, is recommended for proper room illumination.
Where possible, care should also be taken to ensure that the floors
and walls of the room in which the projector is to be installed are nonreflecting, dark surfaces. Brighter surfaces will tend to reflect and
diffuse the ambient light and hence reduce the contrast of the
projected image on the screen.
Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to
1-2
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Unpacking and dimensions
2
UNPACKING AND PROJECTOR DIMENSIONS
Unpacking
To open the banding around the carton, pull out the clip as shown below :
Take the projector cabinet and the mirror cabinet out of its shipping carton and place them on floor.
Save the original shipping cartons and packing material, they will come in handy if you ever have to ship your retroprojector. For maximum
protection, repack your projector as it was originally packed at the factory.
Contents of the shipping boxes :
❒
1 RETROGRAPHICS 808s, projector cabinet and mirror cabinet.
❒
1 Remote Control Unit plus 1 battery 9V
❒
1 power cord with outlet plug type CEE7 or ANSI 73.11
❒
1 Owner's Manual
❒
1 Installation Manual
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2-1
1370 mm
54.03"
996 mm
39.21"
1341.5 mm
52.81"
22 mm
0.85"
1969 mm
77.53"
39.25"
997 mm
747 mm"
29.43"
1020 mm
40.10"
110 mm
4.35"
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820 mm
32.27"
AIRFLOW
743 mm
29.25"
70 mm
2.74"
Unpacking and dimensions
Projector dimensions (in mm)
2-2
1535 mm
60.42"
Installation set-up
3
INSTALLATION SET-UP
Cabinet Assembly
Attention : Avoid touching the screen surface while handling the
screen cabinet in order to avoid any damage of the screen surface.
Lift up the mirror cabinet and place it on the projector cabinet. Both
centering pins on the the mirror cabinet must match the centering
holes in the projector cabinet. Ensure also that the fixation holes in the
mirror cabinet matches the holes in the projector cabinet.
Secure both cabinets with 3 bolts.
Fixation
holes
1
Centering
holes
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3-1
Installation set-up
Mounting the side profiles
The side profiles are packed during transportation inside the mirror
cabinet (back side).
Turn in the screws a little and slide the profile over the screws.
Fixate the 3 screws.
3-2
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Projector set-up
4
PROJECTOR SET-UP
The DIP switches on the controller unit allow the SET-UP of the
projector :
❒
r
r
r
8 DIP switches for setting the projector address
1 DIP switch for setting the power up mode
3 DIP switches for setting the baud rate for communication
1 DIP switch for setting the password mode
To gain access to the DIP switches :
1
Acces to the DIP switches is possible via the backside of the
retroprojector (image 1)
Open the top cover of the controller module by loosening both
retaining screws of the metal protection plate. Pivot this plate
downside (image 2).
2
The DIP switches are located on the back side of this metal protection
plate (image 3).
PASSWORD MODE
POWER UP MODE
PASSWORD REQUIRED
OPERATING MODE WHEN
POWER IS SWITCHED ON
ON
PLAYING
OFF
StdBY
FOR ADJUSTMENT
ON
YES
OFF
NO
0 1
BAUD RATE TABLE
TO COMPUTER
CODE
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
PROJECTOR ADDRESS
(sum)
SPEED
110
150
300
600
1200
2400
4800
9600
3
RESERVED
POWER UP MODE
PASSWORD MODE
BAUD RATE CODE
(sum)
128
64
32
16
8
4
2
1
1
2
3
4
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
StdBY
MAIN POWER
PROCESSOR CYCLES
2
I C SHORTED
BLOCK MATCH
ERROR
RCU
RCVDS
PC
PAUSE
OFF
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ON
4-1
Projector set-up
Setting the projector address
The projector's address may be set to any value between 0 and 255.
When the address is set, the projector can be controlled now by :
❒
RCU for addresses between 0 and 9;
❒
IBM PC (or compatible) or Apple MAC for addresses between 0
and 255.
0
Addressable with
RCU
Addressable with
PC or MAC
9
255
4-2
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Projector set-up
Setting the address is a hardware SET-UP of your projector which
must be done during installation. Use the 8 DIP switches provided on
the controller unit.
Each DIP switch has its own decimal value. The sum of the values
associated to those DIP switches gives the address. As shown in the
table, if Switch No. 1 is set to ON, it represents a decimal value of 128,
Switch No.2 for 64, Switch No.3 for 32, and so forth.
In the given example, the projector address is set to 202 :
DIP switch No.
: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Position ON/OFF : 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0
0
Switch No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
Value
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
128
64
32
16
8
4
2
1
Sum : 1x128 + 1x64 + 0x32 + 0x16 + 1x8 + 0x4 + 1x2 + 0x1 = 202
OFF ON
Note :
when the address button on the RCU is pressed, the projector will
display its own address on the screen. Once the address button is
pressed, to continue using your RCU, it is necessary to enter an
address, even when the displayed address is correct. Use the
numeric keys to enter the address.
PROJECTOR
ADDRESS
001
Power-up mode
The projector can start up in two different modes. The start up mode
is determined by the position of DIP Switch No. 4 of another set of 8
DIP switches on the controller unit (one set of 8 switches are used for
projector address setting).
Power-up mode
Position of the DIP Switch No. 4 (power up mode) :
ON : operational mode
OFF : stand-by mode
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
OFF ON
OFF
ON
❒ Operational mode
When the power switch on the rear of the projector is pressed, the
projector displays the last selected source if available, otherwise it
remains on that source number until the source becomes available.
The on screen indication is only available when the "Text" function is
set to "ON".
Source 2
Fh= 15.6 kHz
Fv= 50 Hz
❒ Stand-By mode
When the power switch on the rear of the projector is pressed, the
projector starts up in the stand-by mode. The stand-by key on the
RCU is used to turn the projector ON and OFF.
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Projector set-up
Baud Rate for communication with a computer
The communication speed between the projector and the computer
has 8 possible settings. With DIP Switch No. 6, No.7 and No.8 of the
8 DIP switches on the controller unit, labelled as ‘Baud rate code
(sum)’, it is possible to select the baud rate (communication speed).
Each DIP switch has its own decimal value. The sum of the values
associated to those DIP switches gives the baud rate code. Each
baud rate code corresponds with a communication speed.
0
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Position of DIP switches and baud rate codes :
baud rate code speed
0
110
1
150
2
300
3
600
4
1200
5
2400
6
4800
7
9600
4
2
Baud rate
DIP switches
1
OFF ON
More information about computer communication with the projector
is available in the Projector Control Software manual.
Password mode
0
With DIP Switch No.5 of the second set of 8 DIP switches on the
controller unit, the projector adjustments can be protected with a
password. When the password feature is enabled, the user has to
enter a password before he can entering the adjustment mode (for
more information about password setting and reprogramming the
password, see Installation adjustment).
When the password mode is disabled (adjustment mode is unprotected), the adjust mode can be selected by pressing the ADJUST
key. This position of the DIP switch is useful for qualified service
technicians as no password is needed to enter the adjustment mode.
Position of DIP Switch No.5 :
ON
: password mode enabled
Password
mode
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
OFF ON
OFF : password mode disabled
4-4
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AC power connection
5
AC POWER CONNECTION
AC Power (mains) cord connection
Use the supplied power cord to connect the projector to the wall outlet.
Plug the female power connector into the male connector at the back
of the projector.
This projector may be connected to an IT-power system.
120/230 V
POWER / MAINS
Preparing your power cord
Mains lead (power cord) with CEE7 plug
As the colors of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not
correspond with the colored markings identifying the terminals in your
plug, proceed as follows:
❒
The yellow/green wire is ground and must be connected to the
terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter E or by the safety
earth symbol or colored yellow and green.
❒
The blue wire is neutral and must be connected to the terminal
marked with the letter N or colored black.
❒
The brown wire is the line and must be connected to the terminal
marked with the letter L or colored red.
The wires of the delivered mains lead (power cord) are colored in
accordance with the following code :
Yellow and Green : ground
Blue
: neutral
Brown
: live
Power cord with an ANSI 73.11 plug
The wires of the delivered mains lead (power cord) are colored in
accordance with the following code :
Yellow and Green : ground (earth)
White
: neutral
Black
: live
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5-1
AC power connection
AC Power check
The power voltage is indicated by the Art. No (Article number) on the
identification label sticked on the backside of the retroprojector.
Retroprojector with the Art. No. R9002040 has to operate on 230
Vac.
Retroprojectors with the Art. No. R9002049 has to operate on 120
Vac.
If the indicated voltage is different from that of the wall outlet, proceed
to ' AC input power voltage adaptation' (only for qualified service
technicians).
AC Input power (mains) voltage adaptation
Attention !
The RETROGRAPHICS 808s - R9002040 leaves the factory to
operate on a mains (power) input of 230 Vac.
The RETROGRAPHICS 808s - R9002049 leaves the factory to
operate on a mains (power) input of 120 Vac.
Adaptation of the power input of the projector between 230 Vac and
120Vac or vice versa is possible.
Follow the procedure as described below to adapt the voltage :
WARNING: turn off the projector and unplug the AC Power
Cord before starting the procedure !
a. Gaining access to the power selector module.
To gain access to the electronic modules of the projector, this
projector has to be turned to its service position 2. Handle as follows:
Operational position
Service position 2
Access tube
unit
front side
Access
electronics
rear side
* Remove the front cover.
- open the local keyboard.
- turn both retaining screws a half turn counter clockwise.
- pivot the front panel to the front and hook it out.
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AC power connection
* Loosen both fixation screws (indicated on next image) on the front
side of the retroprojector.
* Pull on the fixation on the back side of the retro and turn the projector
frame until service position 2 is reached. The fixation points will
automatically jump into the correct position when turning the frame
to this position.
* Open the cover plate of the electronics (front side of the retroprojector)
by loosening both retraining screws and pivot the plate downwards.
2
* The AC power input board is located on the left handside of the
projector.
* Loosen the retaining screws of the AC power input board and pull
out this board.
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5-3
AC power connection
* Pull out the 'power selector plug' and re-insert it as illustrated in the
drawing, depending on the wall outlet in the room.
1 Power selector plug
Fuses
2
AC Power
input board
120V
230V
Power selector on 230V
Power selector on 120V
* Pull out the fuses and place the correct fuses in their sockets. See
the table below for the correct type of fuses.
* Re-insert the power input board and secure it with the retaining
screws.
Fuses
Warning !
AC power
For continued protection against fire hazard :
❒
Replace with the same type of fuse.
❒
Refer replacement to qualified service personnel.
Fuses
Order Number
230 Vac
T6.3A/250V (2x)
R314145
120 Vac
T10A/250V (2x)
R314154
Switching on the projector
Push the power (mains) switch on the local keyboard to switch the
projector ON and OFF :
❒
if the switch is pressed
: ON
❒
if the switch is Not pressed
: OFF
The projector can be started up in the 'operational mode' (image
displayed) or in the 'stand-by mode', depending on the position of the
'power-up' DIP switch on the controller unit (see p.5-2). This DIP
switch is set during installation by a qualified technician. If you want
to change this start up mode, call a qualified technician.
Power indication lamp :
OFF
: no power
Green : projector in operational mode
Red
: projector in stand-by mode
When switching on the projector, with the power switch or via the
stand-by key, the projector can start up in two ways if the "CRT run
in cycle" option is switched OFF :
❒
a full white image (projector warm up) or
❒
immediately image display.
The way of starting up can be set in the service mode.
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AC power connection
Starting up with a full white image
PROJECTOR WARM UP
When the projector is set to start up with a full white image, the
"projector warm up" menu will be displayed for 30 seconds.
Start up with "warm up period"
If no action is taken, a white image will be displayed for 20 minutes.
This white image will be shifted on the faceplate of the CRT to avoid
a CRT burn-in.
During this warm up period, it is possible to interrupt this white image
projection by pressing the <EXIT> key. The "projector warm up"
menu will be re-displayed for another 30 seconds but with the
remaining time indicated.
If the <EXIT> key is pressed again, the remaining warm up period will
be skipped.
During the warm up period, every 30 seconds a text box with the
remaining time will be displayed on the screen for 2 seconds. This
text box will be displayed every time on another place.
If a key, other than the <EXIT> key, is pressed, a text box with the
following text will be displayed :
"Please use <EXIT> to leave this procedure."
Start up without "warm up period"
A FULL WHITE PATTERN
WILL BE GENERATED FOR
20 MINUTES.
FOR IMMEDIATE USE OF
THE PROJECTOR, PRESS
<EXIT>.
WARNING : SKIPPING THIS
PROCEDURE CAN REDUCE
THE INITIAL PICTURE
QUALITY OF THE PROJECTED
IMAGE.
THIS OPTION CAN BE
DISABLED IN THE SERVICE
MENU
REMAINING
PROJECTOR
WARM UP
TIME
18.5MIN
PLEASE USE
<EXIT> TO
LEAVE THIS
PROCEDURE
If the <EXIT> key is pressed, the warm up period will be skipped and
the projector is immediately ready for use.
Warning : skipping this warm up procedure can reduce the initial
picture quality of the projected image.
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Source Connections
6
SOURCE CONNECTIONS
REMOTE
R
L
R
RS232 IN RS232 OUT IR
L
- Composite Video
- S-Video
- RGBS or RGsB
- RGB3S or RG3sB (option)
RL
INTERNAL
EXTERNAL
Signal Input Connection to the Projector :
REMOTE IR RS232 OUT RS232 IN
LR
PORT 2
PORT 4/5
7/5 A mp
50/60 Hz
75 Ohm
75 Ohm
120/230 V
This d evice com plies with par t 15 of
the FCC rules. Operation is subject to
following two conditions (1). This
device may not cau se harm fu l in terfer en ce, and (2) this device m ust
accept any in terference r eceived
includ ing inter fer ence that m ay cau se
undesired op er ation "
See installation instructions before connecting to the supply.
Voir la notice d'installation avant de raccorder au réseau.
PORT 4/5
PORT 2
1
Port No
Projector input
2
4
5
3
Press Digit Button
1
Comp. Video
1
2
S-Video1/Comp. Video*
2
3
RGB2
3
4/5
RGB2
4 or 5
4/5
Component video3
6
4/5
RGB with Tri level sync4
7
4/5
Component video
with Tri-level sync5
8
footnotes
1
Input signal Y/C (luma/chroma)
2
Input signal : R, G and B with automatic sync
detection between seperate sync (separate composite sync or with separate Hor and Vert. sync)
or sync on green (composite sync).
3
Input signal : R-Y, Y and B-Y with separate
composite sync or with separate Hor and Vert.
sync or with composite sync on Y.
4
Input signal : R, G and B with separate Tri level
sync or with Tri-level sync on green.
5
Input signal : R-Y, Y and B-Y with separate Tri
level sync or with composite Tri-level sync.
*
Video or S-Video : switchable in the Picture
Tuning menu.
Only available when the optional Tri-level sync module is installed.
EXTERNAL
Composite video signals from a VCR, OFF air signal decoder,
etc..
R
L
R
L
RS232 IN RS232 OUT IR REMOTE
INTERNAL
Connecting a Composite Video source to port 1.
RL
REMOTE IR RS232 OUT RS232 IN
LR
PORT 2
PORT 4/5
50/60 Hz
75 O hm
120/230 V
7/5 Amp
75 O hm
This device complies with part 15 of
the FCC rul es. Operation is subject to
following two condi tions (1). This
device may not cause harmful inter ference, and (2) this device must
accept any inter ference received
including interference that may cause
undesired operation"
See inst allatio n instructio ns before conn ectin g to t he supply.
Voir la notice d'installation avant de raccorder au réseau.
PORT 4/5
PORT 2
Video input selection :
Composite
video
with the RCU or the build in RCU : press digit button 1
to next projector or
to a monitor
Audio
TV tuner, e.g. TVDM40 stereo
* Note : if using the loop-through Video output, then set the
Termination Switch to the "OFF" position.
VCR
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Source Connections
Connecting a S-Video or Video source to port 2.
R
L
R
L
RS232 IN RS232 OUT IR REMOTE
INTERN AL
RL
REMOTE IR RS232 OUT RS232 IN
LR
PORT 2
PORT 4/5
7/5 Amp
50/60 Hz
75 Ohm
120/230 V
75 O hm
This device complies with part 15 of
the FCC rules. Operation is subject to
following two conditions (1). This
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received
including interference that may cause
undesired operation"
See in stallation in structions before co nn ecting to th e su pply.
Voir la notice d'installation avant de raccorder au réseau.
PORT 4/5
PORT 2
Pin configuration input plug :
For S-Video :
pin 1 : earth (ground) luminance
pin 2 : earth (ground) chrominance
pin 3 : luminance (Y) signal 1Vpp ±3 dB
pin 4 : chrominance (C) signal 300 mVpp ± 3 dB
For Video :
pin 1 : earth (ground) video
pin 2 : nc
pin 3 : video signal
pin 4 : nc
EXTERNAL
Separate Y-luma/C-chroma signals for higher quality playback
of Super VHS signals.
to next projector or
to a monitor
Input selection
with the RCU or the local keyboard : press digit button 2
Depending on the priority setting in the 'Picture Tuning
menu', Video or S-Video can be displayed.
If the setting is not correct, start up the adjustment mode by
pushing on the ADJUST key.
Select 'Random Access' and press ENTER.
Luma/Chroma
VCR S-VHS
ADJUSTMENT MODE
Select a path from below :
Select 'Selected source' and press ENTER.
GUIDED
RANDOM ACCESS
INSTALLATION
SERVICE
IRIS
Source 02
Choose a setup pattern
Select with
or
from below :
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
SELECTED SOURCE
GENLOCKED PATTERN
INTERNAL # PATTERN
Highlight 'Picture Tuning' and press ENTER.
Highlight Port 2 : Video and press ENTER to toggle between VIDEO
or S-VIDEO.
Press EXIT to return.
Press ADJUST to return to operational mode.
* Note: When using the Port 2 loop-through output, set the Termination Switch in the "OFF" position.
6-2
Source 02
RANDOM ACCESS
MODE
Select with ADJUSTMENT
or
PICTURE TUNING
then <ENTER>
GEOMETRY
<EXIT> to return.
CONVERGENCE
FOCUSING
COLOR SELECT
ORBITING
CONTR. MODULATION
PICTURE TUNING
SOFT EDGE
Select with
or
COLOR BALANCE
then <ENTER>SYNC : FAST
<EXIT> to return.
PORT2 : S-VIDEO
LINE DOUBLER : ON
Select with
or
<ENTER> to accept
<EXIT> to return.
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Source Connections
Connecting a RGB Analog source to port 3.
RS232 IN RS232 OUT IR REMOTE
IN TERNA L
REMOTE IR RS232 OUT RS232 IN
R
LR
PORT 4/5
PORT 2
50/60 Hz
75 Ohm
7/5 Amp
75 O hm
120/230 V
This device complies with part 15 of
the FCC rules. Operation is subject to
following two conditions (1). This
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received
including interference that may cause
undesired operation"
See installation in structions before connecting to the supply.
Voir la notice d'installation avant de raccorder au réseau.
PORT 4/5
PORT 2
RGB analog input with automatic sync detection. (Separate H and
V sync inputs, with composite sync input or with sync signals on
green)
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
RL
R L
L
Barco interfaces which can be applied :
Universal analog interface
R9826100
RGB 120 MHz analog interface R9826570
VGA interface
120V R9828079
230V R9828070
MAC interface
120V R9828059
230V R9828050
MAGIK interface
120V R9828129 & R9828128
230V R9828120 & R9828121
EXTER NAL
Connect your RGB source via an interface to Port 3.
Always use an interface when a computer and local monitor have to
be connected to the projector.
Order number D9BNC cable : R9827840
configuration D9 connector of the Analog input.
not connected
ground RGBS
RED
GREEN
BLUE
ground RGBS
ground RGBS
Hor/comp. sync
Vert. sync
ON
ANALOG INTERF. 120MHz
INPUT
B
H
V
OFF
R
G
INP
75 o h m t erm.
INP
in ver.
Analog Input Selection :
with the RCU or build in RCU, press digit button 3.
Locations of the Termination Resistors and Switches
When changing a switch position or removing a resistor, turn off the
projector and unplug the power cord from the wall outlet.
S2 Blue in Green (ON=yes)
75 Ω Termination resistors
In case of chaining (loop-through) the projectors, the 75Ω line
termination resistors must be removed from the RGB Input Auto Sync
Tracking Module when the projector is the last unit in the chain.
In case of a stand-alone projector, do not remove the resistors.
75 Ω resistors on the module : line terminated.
75 Ω resistors removed
: line not terminated.
Procedure to remove the line termination resistors :
➊ Turn off the projector and unplug the projector power cord.
R101
Vsync
R81
Hsync
R41
(Blue)
R21
(Green)
R1
(Red)
S1 Force Negative Sync
(ON=yes)
➋ Put the projector in service position 2 (see p.5-2).
➌ Take out the RGB Input Auto Sync Tracking Module from the main
frame.
Line termination 75 Ω resistors
➍ Unsolder and remove the resistors.
To take out the RGB Input Auto Sync Tracking Module :
➊ press the module lock and lift up the module handle;
Side view
Top view
Top view
Side view
➋ repeat this action on both sides of the module and extract the
module out of the main frame.
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RGB Input Auto Sync Tracking Module
6-3
Source Connections
Connecting a RGB Analog source to port 4/5.
EXTER N AL
INT ERN A L
RGB analog input terminals with separate H and V sync inputs, with
composite sync input or with sync signals on green (automatic sync
detection).
Always use an interface when a computer and local monitor have to
be connected to the projector. See 'Connecting a RGB Analog
source to port 3' for a list of BARCO interfaces which can be applied.
RL
R L
RS232 IN RS232 OUT IR REMOTE
REMOTE IR RS232 OUT RS232 IN
L
R
LR
PORT 4/5
PORT 2
7/5 Amp
50/60 Hz
75 Ohm
75 O hm
120/230 V
This device complies with part 15 of
the FCC rules. Operation is subject to
following two conditions (1). This
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received
including interference that may cause
undesired operation"
See installation in structions before connecting to the supply.
Voir la notice d'installation avant de raccorder au réseau.
RGB input selection :
(RGB : R, G, B signals with automatic sync detection)
PORT 4/5
PORT 2
with the RCU or the build in RCU : press digit
button 4 or 5
ON
ANALOG INTERF. 120MHz
INPUT
B
H
V
OFF
R
G
INP
75 o h m t erm.
INP
in ver.
EXTERNAL
RGB analog input terminals with Tri level sync input or
with Tri-level sync on green. The projector detects
automatically where the sync signal is located.
R
L
R
REMOTE
L
RS232 IN RS232 OUT IR
INTERNAL
Connecting a RGB Analog source with Tri-level
sync to port 4/5.
(option)
RL
REMOTE IR RS232 OUT RS232 IN
LR
POR T 2
PORT 4/5
120/230 V
7/5 Amp
50/60 H z
75 Ohm
75 Ohm
This device complies with par t 15 of
the FCC rules. Operation is subject to
following two conditions (1). This
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference r eceived
including inter ference that may cause
undesir ed operation"
Voir la notice d'installation avant de raccorder au réseau.
See inst allatio n in stru ctio ns b efo re con nect ing to th e sup ply.
PORT 4/5
POR T 2
RGB input selection :
(RG3sB : R, G, B signals with automatic Tri-level sync detection)
with the RCU or the build in RCU : press digit button 7
to next projector or
to a monitor
Audio
VCR HDTV player
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6-5
VCR HDTV player
with the RCU or the build in RCU : press digit button 8.
to next projector or
to a monitor
Audio
To select the component video input :
PORT 4/5
POR T 2
This device complies with par t 15 of
the FCC rules. Operation is subject to
following two conditions (1). This
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference r eceived
including inter ference that may cause
undesir ed operation"
See installatio n in stru ctio ns b efo re con necting to th e sup ply.
Voir la notice d'installation avant de raccor der au réseau.
120/230 V
7/5 Amp
50/60 H z
75 Ohm
PORT 4/5
75 Ohm
POR T 2
LR
R
L
R
REMOTE IR RS232 OUT RS232 IN
REMOTE
L
RS232 IN RS232 OUT IR
EXTERNAL
INTERNAL
RL
A component video (R-Y, Y, B-Y) with Tri-level sync signals can be
connected to the projector via the Port 4/5. The projector detects
automatically where the sync signal is located.
Connecting a Component Video source with Trilevel sync to port 4/5.
(Opion)
VCR HDTV player
to next projector or
to a monitor
Audio
with the RCU or the build in RCU : press digit button 6.
To select the component video input :
POR T 2
PORT 4/5
This device complies with par t 15 of
the FCC rules. Operation is subject to
following two conditions (1). This
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference r eceived
including inter ference that may cause
undesir ed operation"
See installatio n in stru ctio ns b efo re con necting to th e sup ply.
Voir la notice d'installation avant de raccor der au réseau.
120/230 V
7/5 Amp
50/60 H z
75 Ohm
PORT 4/5
75 Ohm
POR T 2
LR
R
L
R
REMOTE IR RS232 OUT RS232 IN
REMOTE
L
RS232 IN RS232 OUT IR
EXTERNAL
INTERNAL
RL
A component video (R-Y, Y, B-Y) with sync signals can be connected
to the projector via the Port 4/5. The projector detects automatically
where the sync signal is located.
Connecting a Component Video source to
port 4/5.
Source Connections
Source Connections
Connecting external loudspeakers to the
retroprojector.
Connecting speakers wires.
Peel back the vinyl covering and twist the wire core.
Push with your finger on the black lever of the R(right) speaker input
and connect the speaker's minus (-) wire to the terminal. Remove
your finger from the lever and gently pull the wire to confirm that it is
securely connected.
Push with your finger on the red lever of the R(right) speaker input and
connect the speaker's plus (+) wire to the terminal. Remove your
finger from the lever and gently pull the wire to confirm that it is
securely connected.
10 mm
Repeat the same procedure for the left speaker.
R
L
R
L
RL
LR
To switch between internal loudspeakers or external loudspeakers.
When pressed : set for operation with sound output from the built-in
speaker system.
When not pressed : set for operation with sound output from the
external connected speakers.
EXTERNAL
Speaker selection switch
INTERNAL
Precautions regarding connections :
* Be sure that no speaker wire protrudes and contacts other than its
own terminal.
* Be sure to correctly connect the right and left speakers, and the +
and - polarities. If the polarities of one of the speakers are connected
improperly, the right and left speakers will operate in reverse phase,
and the sense of stereo sound will be lost.
PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
Connecting a RCVDS 05 switcher to the
retroprojector.
- Up to 20 inputs with the RCVDS 05 switcher and up to 90 inputs
when 10 RCVDS switchers are linked via the expansion modules.
- Serial communication with the projector.
- Remote control buttons on the RCVDS to control the
retroprojector (source selection and analog settings)
- The selected source number will be displayed on a 2 digit display
and the selected input modules will be indicated with a LED on the
rear.
Order number : R9827880 (230V), R9827889 (120V)
For more information consult the Owner's Manual of the RCVDS.
Order number : R5975765
Connecting a VS05 switcher to the retroprojector.
The VS05 can switch up to 5 Composite Video sources, 3 S-Video
Sources and 1 RGB analog or component Video source to the
retroprojector. In addition, an audio signal associated with the
source, can be switched to an audio amplifier.
Order number : R9827890.
For more information consult the Owner's Manual, order number :
R5975245.
Connecting an IR Remote Receiver to the
retroprojector.
This infra-red receiver unit makes it possible to control the retroprojector
from another room. There is a communication line cable between the
IR receiver and the projector or the RCVDS 05. The infrared control
information from the Remote Control Unit is sent to the IR Remote
Receiver. The IR Remote Receiver 800 displays the selected source
on a 7-segment display.
Order number : R9827515.
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Orbiting
A
ORBITING
Orbiting (option)
Static pictures are very often shown on large screen projectors,
espectially in process control and presentation applications. Due to
the fact that the same picture information is shown for a long period
on the same place, picture tubes can be damaged by 'local burn-in'.
Adjustment procedure :
The orbiting path is automatically added to the Random access
adjustment mode menu when installed.
Press ADJUST to enter the adjustment mode and select Random.
The Random Access Adjustment Mode menu will be displayed.
Highlight ORBITING by pushing the joy stick forward or backward and
press ENTER.
To avoid this problem, BARCO has designed special Orbiting circuitry
which moves the picture very slow around a predefined screen area.
The orbiting circuitry has been designed using a very long cycle time
to make the movement of the projected image imperceptible.
RANDOM ACCESS
ADJUSTMENT MODE
PICTURE TUNING
GEOMETRY
CONVERGENCE
FOCUSING
COLOR SELECT
ORBITING
CONTR. MODULATION
SOFT EDGE
Select with
or
then <ENTER>
<EXIT> to return.
Orbiting Mode Toggle Switches
The orbiting module is provided with a three pin connector for
connection with the BARCO's BCl link option module, used in
multiple projector installations. For Orbiting, one projector operates
as master wheras the others operate as slave.
Master/Slave Toggle
Highlight 'CHANGE TO SLAVE' with the joy stick and press ENTER
to set the projector as Slave.
Highlight 'CHANGE TO MASTER' with the joy stick and press
ENTER to set the projector as Master.
MASTER ORBITING
CHANGE TO SLAVE
MODE : ON
SPEED : FAST
ADJUST DEVIATION
SELECT WITH OR
THEN <ENTERN>
DEVIATION ADJUST :
VERTICAL WITH OR
HORIZONTAL WITH
OR
<EXIT> to return.
SLAVE ORBITING
CHANGE TO MASTER
SELECT WITH OR
THEN <ENTERN>
DEVIATION ADJUST :
VERTICAL WITH OR
HORIZONTAL WITH
OR
<EXIT> to return.
Orbiting ON/OFF toggle (only in Master Orbiting)
Highlight 'MODE : ON' with the joy stick and press ENTER to set the
ORBITING OFF.
Highlight 'MODE : OFF' with the joy stick and press ENTER to set the
ORBITING ON.
ENTER toggles between mode on and off.
EXIT returns to the Path selection menu.
MASTER ORBITING
CHANGE TO SLAVE
MODE : ON
SPEED : FAST
ADJUST DEVIATION
SELECT WITH OR
THEN <ENTERN>
DEVIATION ADJUST :
VERTICAL WITH OR
HORIZONTAL WITH
OR
<EXIT> to return.
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Orbiting
Orbiting Speed Toggle (only in MASTER Orbiting)
Highlight 'SPEED : SLOW' with the control stick and press ENTER to
set the ORBITING SPEED to Fast.
Highlight 'SPEED : FAST' with the control stick and press ENTER to
set the ORBITING SPEED to Slow
ENTER continues to Set up Orbiting
EXIT returns to path selection menu
ADJUST returns to operational mode.
MASTER ORBITING
CHANGE TO SLAVE
MODE : ON
SPEED : FAST
ADJUST DEVIATION
SELECT WITH OR
THEN <ENTERN>
DEVIATION ADJUST :
VERTICAL WITH OR
HORIZONTAL WITH
OR
<EXIT> to return.
Orbiting Alignment
Preparation :
Before proceeding to the alignment of the Orbiting default settings,
be sure that the Horizontal Phase and the Raster shift are correctly
aligned with the Orbiting mode set to OFF.
This alignment must be performed in case of a multiple projector
installation with Master and Slave projectors in order to ensure a
correct operation of the Orbiting for all projectors.
Adjustment procedure Stand-Alone projector :
Highlight 'ADJUST DEVIATION' with the control stick and press
ENTER.
MASTER ORBITING
CHANGE TO SLAVE
ADJUST DEVIATION
MODE : OFF
SPEED : SLOW
SELECT WITH OR
THEN <ENTERN>
DEVIATION ADJUST :
VERTICAL WITH OR
HORIZONTAL WITH
OR
<EXIT> to return.
When adjusting the horizontal and the vertical deviation, the picture
moves in the corresponding direction, allowing the set up of the
deviation without orbiting operation.
Push the control stick to the right or backward to toggle between Hor.
and Vert. deviation andjustment.
HORIZONTAL
ORBIT AMPL
70
Adjust horizontal deviation by pushing
the control stick to the left or to the right
VERTICAL
ORBIT AMPL
Adjust vertical deviation by pushing
the control stick forward or backward
A-2
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Orbiting
Adjustment procedure multiple projector installations :
Inportant : to allow corrections in the deviation alignments of the slave
projectors, never adjust the deviations of the master projector to its
maximum.
Default setting of the Master projectorn see 'Stand-Alone projector'.
Highlight 'ADJUST DEVIATION' by pushing the control stick forward
or backward and press ENTER.
When adjusting the horizontal and the vertical deviation, the picture
moves in corresponding direction, allowing the set up of the deviation
without orbiting operation.
SLAVE ORBITING
CHANGE TO MASTER
ADJUST DEVIATION
SELECT WITH OR
THEN <ENTERN>
DEVIATION ADJUST :
VERTICAL WITH OR
HORIZONTAL WITH
OR
<EXIT> to return.
Push the control stick to the right or backward to toggle between Hor.
and Vert. deviation adjustment.
Adjust horizontal deviation by pushing
the control stick to the left or to the right
Adjust vertical deviation by pushing
the control stick forward or backward
HORIZONTAL
ORBIT AMPL
70
VERTICAL
ORBIT AMPL
70
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Appendix B: G2 adjustment
B
G2 ADJUSTMENT
Once the on-screen menu "G2 ADJUSTMENT" is displayed, proceed
as follows :
G2 ADJUSTMENT
Use the potentiometers
on the G2-ADJ. module
to set the screen grid
voltage for Red,
Green and Blue.
Adjust until the LED
on the corresponding
output amplifier is
turned off.
<EXIT> to return
891
- Put the projector in service position 2 (see chapter 'AC power
Connection')
Service position 2
- A green LED is mounted on each driver unit (open the cover on the
oposite side of the lenses). The green LEDs are mounted on the
bottomside (and backside) of the printed circuit board. When
selecting the G2 adjustment menu, these green LEDs must be out.
If not, follow the next procedure to adjust the G2 :
- open the metal cover on the lens side (covering the modules) by
turning out the retaining screws on both sides and pivot the cover
downwards;
- adjust the G2 potentiometers very slowly with a screwdriver until the
corresponding LED just stops illuminating. Repeat the adjustment
for the other colours;
- once the three G2 potentiometers have been correctly adjusted,
close both metal covers and secure with the retaining screws.
Access tube
unit
front side
Access
electronics
rear side
2
3
Red Green
Blue
Green LEDs
After finishing the adjustments :
Press the ENTER to continue with the "SERVICE" menu.
Press the EXIT to return to the "SERVICE" menu.
Press the ADJUST to return to Operational mode.
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Gamma corrections
C
GAMMA CORRECTIONS
When entering the gamma corrections, a warning will be displayed :
"RISK OF INCORRECT ADJUSTMENT OF THE PROJECTOR.
THE GAMMA CORRECTIONS ARE FACTORY ADJUSTED USING
AN ACTAS COLOUR ANALYSER ! THEREFORE, ONLY QUALIFIED INSTALLATION OR SERVICE PERSONNEL SHOULD PERFORM THESE ADJUSTMENTS ! "
If you are qualified, press the ENTER to continue.
Gamma Corrections
Three items can be selected inside the "Gamma Corrections" menu:
the Blue Gamma Correction, the R & B midlights and the factory
preset.
To carry out the Blue Gamma Correction :
- Push the control stick forward or backward to highlight the item
BLUE GAMMA CORRECTION in the menu and then press ENTER.
If EXIT is pressed, the projector will return to the Service menu.
- After ENTER is pressed, a text box with message "Adjust with arrow
key" will be displayed on the screen.
- Push the control stick forward or backward to adjust the slope, a text
box with a bar scale (Min to Max) will be displayed to visualise the
magnitude of the correction.
- Push the control stick to the left or to the right to adjust the
breakpoint, a text box with a numeric bar scale (0-99) will be
displayed to visualise the magnitude of the correction.
- Press ENTER to return to the "Gamma Corrections" menu.
WARNING
RISK OF INCORRECT
ADJUSTMENT OF THE
PROJECTOR.
THE GAMMA CORRECTIONS ARE
FACTORY ADJUSTED USING AN
ACTAS COLOUR ANALYSER !
THEREFORE, ONLY QUALIFIED
INSTALLATION OR SERVICE
PERSONNEL SHOULD PERFORM
THESE ADJUSTMENTS !
<ENTER> TO CONTINUE
<EXIT> TO RETURN.
GAMMA CORRECTIONS
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ç è
BLUE GAMMA CORRECTION
Adjust slope with or
Breakpoint with
or
é ê
ç è
R & B MIDLIGHTS
Adjust red with or
blue with
or
FACTORY PRESET
é ê
Select with or
then <ENTER>;
<EXIT> to return.
Adjust with arrow key
BLUE GAMMA
SLOPE
Min
Max
BLUE GAMMA
BREAKPOINT
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Gamma Corrections
To carry out the Red and Blue Midlights Correction :
- Push the control stick forward or backward to highlight the item
R & B MIDLIGHTS in the menu and then press ENTER.
If EXIT is pressed, the projector will return to the Service menu.
- After ENTER is pressed, a text box with message "Adjust with arrow
key" will be displayed on the screen.
- Push the control stick forward or backward to adjust the Red
Midlights, a text box with a bar scale (0-16) will be displayed to
visualise the magnitude of the correction.
- Push the control stick to the left or to the right to adjust the Blue
Midlights, a text box with a bar scale (0-16) will be displayed to
visualise the magnitude of the correction.
- Press ENTER to return to the "Gamma Corrections" menu.
GAMMA CORRECTIONS
é ê
ç è
BLUE GAMMA CORRECTION
Adjust slope with or
Breakpoint with
or
é ê
ç è
R & B MIDLIGHTS
Adjust red with or
blue with
or
FACTORY PRESET
é ê
Select with or
then <ENTER>;
<EXIT> TO RETURN.
Adjust with arrow key
RED
MIDLIGHTS
8
BLUE
MIDLIGHTS
8
To set the parameters back to the factory preset values :
- Push the control stick forward or backward to highlight the item
FACTORY PRESET in the menu and then press ENTER.
- Press EXIT to return to the Service menu.
GAMMA CORRECTIONS
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ç è
BLUE GAMMA CORRECTION
Adjust slope with or
Breakpoint with
or
é ê
ç è
R & B MIDLIGHTS
Adjust red with or
blue with
or
FACTORY PRESET
é ê
Select with or
then <ENTER>;
<EXIT> to return.
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Form Approved
Bureau Budget No. 45-R0338
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
MANUFACTURER'S NAME AND FSCM (Federal Supply Code for Manufacturer's)
BARCO N.V.
EMERGENCY PHONE NO.
32-56-368211
SECTION I
ADDRESS (Number, Street, City, State, and ZIP Code)
Noordlaan 5 B-8520 KUURNE
CHEMICAL NAME AND SYNONYMS
Ethylenglycol & Glycerol
TRADE NAME AND SYNONYMS
Cooling liquid 512334
CHEMICAL FAMILY
Polyalcohols
FORMULA
FEDERAL STOCK NUMBER (FSN)
GROSS WEIGHT (LBS)
C2H6O2+C3H8O3
OUTSIDE PACKAGE DIMENSIONS (Inches)
MIL-STD-1341/NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION STD 704M SIGNAL
FLAMMABILITY....................
HEALTH..................
REACTIVITY.................
SECTION III
PHYSICAL DATA
SECTION II - HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
PAINTS, PRESERVATIVES, AND
SOLVENTS
TRESHOLD LIMIT
VALUE (Units)
%
ALLOYS AND METALLIC COATINGS
PIGMENTS
BASE METAL
CATALYST
ALLOYS
VEHICLE
METALLIC COATINGS
SOLVENTS
FILLER METAL
PLUS COATING OR CORE FLUX
ADDITIVES
OTHERS
SPECIFIC HAZARD.............
%
TRESHOLD LIMIT
VALUE (Units)
%
TRESHOLD LIMIT
VALUE (Units)
OTHERS
HAZARDOUS MIXTURES OF OTHER LIQUIDS, SOLIDS, OR GASES
BOILING POINTS (°C.)
201°C
SPECIFIC GRAVITY (H2O=1)
VAPOR PRESSURE (mm Hg.)
3 mm Hg
PRECENT VOLATILE
BY VOLUME (%)
VAPOR DENSITY (AIR=1)
2.2
EVAPORATION RATE
(.............................=1)
1.15
SOLUBILITY IN WATER
SECTION IV - FIRE AND
EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
APPEARANCE AND ODOR
DD
FLASH POINT (Method used)
FLAMMABLE LOWER EXPLOSIVE LIMIT
LIMITS
UPPER EXPLOSIVE LIMIT
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA
SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES
UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS
FORM
1 JUN 71
1813 *
GPO 794/043/30
S/N 0102-026-1080
SECTION V
HEALT HAZARD DATA
TRESHOLD LIMIT VALUE
EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE
EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES
STABILITY
SECTION VI
REACTIVITY DATA
100ppm
CONDITIONS TO AVOID
UNSTABLE
STABLE
X
INCOMPATABILITY (Materials to avoid)
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS
HAZARDOUS
POLYMERIZATION
MAY
OCCUR
X
CONDITIONS TO AVOID
WILL NOT
OCCUR
SECTION IX
SPECIAL
PRECAUTIONS
SECTION VIII - SPECIAL
PROTECTION INFORMATION
SECTION VII
SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES
STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED
Rinse with water
WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION (Specific type)
VENTILATION
LOCAL EXHAUST
SPECIAL
MECHANICAL (General)
OTHER
PROTECTIVE GLOVES
EYE PROTECTION
OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING AND STORING
Harmful if swallowed
Keep out of the reach of children
OTHER PRECAUTIONS
To avoid from oxidants
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS BASED ON DATA CONSIDERED ACCURATE.
HOWEVER, NO WARRANTY IS EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED REGARDING THE ACCURACY OF
THESE DATA OR THE RESULTS TO BE OBTAINED FROM THE USE THEREOF.
VENDOR ASSUMES NO RESPONSABILITY FOR INJURY TO VENDEE OR THIRD PERSONS
PROXIMATELY CAUSED BY THE MATERIAL IF REASONABLE SAFETY PROCEDURES ARE NOT
ADHERED TO AS STIPULATED IN THE DATA SHEET. ADDITIONALLY, VENDOR ASSUMES NO
RESPONSABILITY FOR INJURY TO VENDEE OR THIRD PERSONS PROXIMATELY CAUSED BY
ABNORMAL USE OF THE MATERIAL EVEN REASONABLE SAFETY PROCEDURES ARE FOLLOWED. FUTHERMORE, VENDEE ASSUMES THE RISK IN HIS USE OF THE MATERIAL.