PR Lighting XS 1200 Beam Product manual

XS 1200 Beam
PR-2933M
This product manual contains important information about the safe installation and use of this
projector. Please read and follow these instructions carefully and keep this manual in a safe place
for future reference.
PR LIGHTING LTD.
http://www.pr-lighting.com
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SAFE USAGE OF THE PROJECTOR
INSTALLING THE PROJECTOR
FITTING THE LAMP
POWER SUPPLY – MAINS
CONTROL CONNECTIONS
DMX TERMINATOR
SETUP OPTIONS-PROJECTOR CONFIGURATION
TO SET THE DMX START ADDRESS
OPERATION MENU
ERROR MESSAGES
REPLACING GOBOS
DMX PROTOCOL
LED INDICATION
MAINTENANCE
LUBRICATION
KEEPING THE PROJECTOR CLEAN
TROUBLESHOOTING
TECHNICAL DATA
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
COMPONENT ORDER CODES
Please note that as part of our ongoing commitment to continuous product development, specifications are subject to change without
notice. Whilst every care is taken in the preparation of this manual we reserve the right to change specifications in the course of
product improvement. The publishers cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of the information herein, or any consequence
arising from them.
Every unit is tested completely and packed properly by the manufacturer. Please make sure the packing and / or the unit are in good
condition before installation and use. Should there be any damage caused by transportation, consult your dealer and do not use the
unit. Any damage caused by improper use will not be assumed by the manufacturer and / or dealer.
ACCESSORIES
These items are packed together with the projector:
Name
Quantity
Unit
G clamps
2
Pcs
XLR connector
1
Pc
Safety cord
2
Pcs
Spare gobos
4
Pcs
This manual
1
Pc
Ω clamps
2
Pcs
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Remark
without plug
Options
SAFE USAGE OF THE PROJECTOR
When unpacking and before disposing of the carton check there is no transportation damage before using the projector.
Should there be any damage caused by transportation, consult your dealer and do not use the apparatus.
The projector is for indoor use only, IP20. Use only in dry locations. Keep this device away from rain and moisture,
excessive heat, humidity and dust. Do not allow contact with water or any other liquids.
The projector is not designed or intended to be mounted directly on to inflammable surfaces.
The projector is only intended for installation, operation and maintenance by qualified personnel.
The projector must be installed in a location with adequate ventilation, at least 50cm from adjacent wall surfaces. Be sure
that no ventilation slots are blocked.
Do not project the beam onto inflammable surfaces, minimum distance is 5m.
5m
Avoid direct exposure to the light from the lamp. The light is harmful to the eye.
Do not attempt to dismantle and/or modify the projector in any way.
Electrical connection must only be carried out by qualified personnel.
Before installation, ensure that the voltage and frequency of power supply match the power requirements of the projector.
It is essential that each projector is correctly earthed and that electrical installation conforms to all relevant standards.
Do not connect this device to any other types of dimmer apparatus.
Make sure that the power-cord is never crimped or damaged by sharp edges. Never let the power-cord come into contact
with other cables. Only handle the power-cord by the plug. Never pull out the plug by tugging the power-cord.
Keep the lamp clean. Do not touch the lamp glass with bare hand.
The projector should always be installed with a secondary safety fixing. A safety cord is supplied for this; it should be
attached as shown in “installing the projector” section.
The lamp used in this projector is a discharge lamp. After switching off don’t attempt to restart the projector until lamp has
cooled, this will require approx 15 minutes. Switching the lamp on and off at short intervals will reduce the life of both the
lamp and the projector. But occasional breaks will prolong the life of the lamp and projector.
Never run the projector without a lamp.
The lamp shall be changed if it has become damaged or thermally deformed.
Shields and lens shall be changed if they have become visibly damaged to such an extent than their effectiveness is
impaired, for example by cracks or deep scratches.
Exterior surface temperatures of the luminaire after 5 minutes operation is 80℃, when steady state is achieved 170℃,
There is no user serviceable parts inside the projector, do not open the housing and never operate the projector with the
covers removed.
Always disconnect from the mains, when the device is not in use or before cleaning it or
before attempting any maintenance work !
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to consult your dealer or manufacturer.
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INSTALL THE PROJECTOR
Take 2 clamps and 2 safety cords out from the package and mount 2 clamps on the underside of fixture with 2 retainers
attached to each clamp. Hang the fixture on the structure and fasten the screws attached to each clamp. (See the
WARNING on the underside of the base as shown above) To pass 2 SAFETY CORDS through 4 HOLES for safety!
Always ensure that the projector is firmly anchored to avoid vibration and slipping whilst functioning. Always ensure that
the structure that you are going to mount the projector is secure and is strong enough to support a weight of each unit.
WARNING:
1. Unlock the PAN and TILT before the 1st application of projector for safety.
2. The projector MUST be lifted or carried by the HANDLES instead of clamps.
3. For safety the safety cord should afford 10 times of the unit’s weight.
FITTING THE LAMP
Lock the yoke before fitting/replacing the
lamp.
Loosen 4 fast-fit screws and remove the back
cover, you can see the structure as shown in
the figure.
Rotate the lampholder to the left and take out
the worn-out lamp.
Hold the ends of worn-out lamp and take it
out according to direction of the arrow. Then
take the other side out by the same way.
Fit new lamp and close the back cover by
fastening 4 fast-fit screws. Note: don’t touch
the bulb of the new lamp with bare hand so
as not to influence the beam output;
NOTE: The convex of the nuts should face to
the side when fitting the lamp.
WARNING: The MSR series are high-pressure lamps with external igniters ( ). Care should always be taken
when handling these lamps. Always read the manufacturers "Instructions for use" enclosed with the lamp.
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POWER SUPPLY-MAINS
Connect the power cord as follows:
L (live) =brown
E (earth) =yellow/green
N (neutral) =blue
Use the plug provided to connect the mains power to the projector paying attention to the voltage and frequency marked
on the panel of the projector. It is recommended that each projector be supplied separately so that they may be
individually switched on and off.
IMPORTANT
It is essential that each projector is correctly earthed and the electrical installation conforms to all relevant
standards.
CONTROL CONNECTION
Connection between controller and projector and between one projector and another must be made with a 2
core-screened cable, with each core having at least a 0.5mm diameter. Connection to and from the projector is via
cannon 3 pin (which are included with the projector) or 5 pin XLR plugs and sockets. The XLR's are connected as shown
in the figure above.
Note: care should be taken to ensure that none of the pins touch the metallic body of the plug or each other. The body of
the plug is not connected in any way. The unit accepts digital control signals in protocol DMX512 (1990).
Connect the controller’s output to the first fixture’s input, and connect the first fixture’s output to the second fixture’s input
and connect the rest fixtures in the same way. Eventually connect the last fixture’s output to a DMX terminator as shown
in the figure below.
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DMX TERMINATOR
In the Controller mode, at the last fixture in the chain, the DMX output has to be connected with a DMX terminator. This
prevents electrical noise from disturbing and corrupting the DMX control signals.
The DMX terminator is simply an XLR connector with a 120Ω (ohm) resistor connected across pins 2 and 3, which is
then plugged into the output socket on the last projector in the chain. The connections are illustrated below.
DMX TERMINATOR
2
1
3
120
CONNECTION
Connect a 120 (OHM) resistor
across pins 2 and 3 in an XLR plug
and insert into the DMX out socket
on the last unit in the chain.
PIN 2
PIN 3
SETUP OPTIONS-PROJECTOR CONFIGURATION
UP
UP
Projector configuration can be set conveniently via pressbutton switch and LCD display. Turn the projector on and the
LCD display will show DMX address you set and save last time and it can be reset and saved again as you please.
Launch the projector. Press button ENTER more than 5 seconds to unlock panel.
Press button UP or DOWN
if you want to browse through the various Setup Options. There are 9 option codes
from DMX Address to Lamp Manual Control, and each code has a specific function. If you turn the encoder
knob clockwise, the function like as button UP . On the contrary, the function like as button DOWN .
Press button ENTER to save your settings or enter the next menu. There is same function if you push the encoder knob.
Press button UP or DOWN to shift.
Press button FUNC, it will return to the upper menu one by one. If you stay for minutes defaulted will show display status
automatically.
TO SET THE DMX START ADDRESS
Each projector must be given a DMX start address so that the correct projector responds to the correct control signals.
This DMX start address is the channel number from which the projector starts to “listen” to the digital control information
being sent out from the controller. This unit have 3 DMX modes. There are standard mode, extended mode and short
mode. For example standard mode have 20 channels, so set the No. 1 projector’s address 001, No. 2 projector’s
address 021, No. 3 projector’s address 041, No. 4 projector’s address 061, and so on.
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Launch the projector. Press button ENTER or encoder knob more than 5 seconds to unlock panel.
Press button FUNC to display DMX address;
Press button UP and DOWN, you can set the address;
Press button ENTER to confirm; In the same time. The GREEN LED will flash one time. It means the setting has
been enabled.
Press button FUNC, it will return to the upper menu one by one.
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OPERATION MENU
1st LEVEL
PR LIGHTING
XS SERIES
XS 1200 BEAM
DMX Address
Reset
2nd LEVEL
3rd LEVEL
DMX Address=001
DMX Address
Reset
Are You Sure?
DMX Mode
Config Settings
Lamp Control
Factory Settings
(Press button
DOWN/UP/ENTER at the
same time to enter the
sub-menu)
Fixture type
(WARNING:Never change
the fixture type or the
system will be damaged!)
Colour Positions
STEPPED
Colour Positions
LINEAR
Pan DMX Invert
OFF
Pan DMX Invert
ON
Tilt DMX Invert
OFF
Tilt DMX Invert
ON
Pan Tilt Swap
OFF
Pan Tilt Swap
ON
Dimmer Invert
OFF
Dimmer Invert
ON
Zoom Invert
OFF
Zoom Invert
ON
CMY Invert
OFF
CMY Invert
ON
Defaults
OFF
Defaults
Restore Defaults
Colour Positions
Pan DMX Invert
Tilt DMX Invert
Pan Tilt Swap
Option Settings
Dimmer Invert
Zoom Invert
CMY Invert
Defaults
Display Options
DMX Mode
Standard 16
DMX Mode
Extended 16
DMX Mode
Short 8
Lamp Control By
Control Channel
Lamp Control By
Power on
Lamp Control By
DMX present
Display Mode
Display Mode
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4th LEVEL
On Always
Display Mode
Off After Delay
Display Invert
OFF
Display Invert
ON
Disp Dim Level
Min
Disp Dim Level
1
Disp Dim Level
2
Disp Dim Level
3
Disp Dim Level
4
Disp Dim Level
5
Disp Dim Level
6
Disp Dim Level
7
Disp Dim Level
8
Disp Dim Level
9
Disp Dim Level
full
Display Contrast
XX(XX:1-21)
Display Invert
Display Dimming
Display Contrast
Lamp Hours
Lamp Hours=XX
Total Hours
Total Hours=XX
Temperature
Information
Software Version
Factory Setup
Test Modes
Self Test
Lamp Status
Lamp Manual Control
Display Board
Display Board= XX ℃
Driver Board 1
Driver Board 1= XX ℃
Driver Board 2
Driver Board 2= XX ℃
Driver Board 3
Driver Board 3= XX ℃
Pan and Tilt
Pan and Tilt= XX ℃
Head Sensor
Head Sensor = XX ℃
Display Board
Display Board=X.X.X
Driver Board 1
Driver Board 1=X.X.X
Driver Board 2
Driver Board 2=X.X.X
Driver Board 3
Driver Board 3=X.X.X
Pan and Tilt
Pan and Tilt=X.X.X
Power Board
Power Board=X.X.X
DMX Channel
1=XXX
Factory Setup
OFF
Factory Setup
ON
Self Test
OFF
Self Test
ON
S=X C=X
View DMX values
Turn Lamp On
Turn Lamp Off
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Reset Lamp Hours
Are You Sure?
ERROR MESSAGES
In the course of launch, this unit examines automatically whether there are errors and if there are, it will display
information as follows:
Display
Sensor Err
Sensor Err
Sensor Err
Sensor Err
Sensor Err
Sensor Err
Sensor Err
Sensor Err
Sensor Err
Sensor Err
S1-M1
S1-M2
S1-M3
S1-M4
S1-M5
S2-M2
S2-M3
S2-M4
S3-M1
S3-M2
Message
Colour wheel (1# drive board motor 1) error
CYM-cyan (1# drive board motor 2) error
CYM-yellow (1# drive board motor 3) error
CYM-magenta (1# drive board motor 4) error
Zoom (1# drive board motor 5) error
Fixed Gobo wheel (2# drive board motor 2) error
Rotating Gobo wheel 1 (2# drive board motor 3) error
Gobo rotation 1 (2# drive board motor 4) error
Prism (3# drive board motor 1) error
Prism rotation (3# drive board motor 2) error
REPLACING GOBOS
Disconnect the fixture from power. Lock Tilt. Carefully lift off the cover by undoing the 6 screws.
For gobos replacement on the fixed gobo: Remove the gobo and insert the new one into the position by hands.
For gobos replacement on the rotating gobo wheel: Remove the gobo holder with gobo from gobo wheel by
hands.
Pull out the spring and drop the old gobo out of the holder.
Insert the new gobo into the holder, and then insert the spring with the narrow end against the gobo.
Push the end of the spring in under lip of the holder.
Pick the spring clip up and put the gobo holder back into the position, if necessary, a small screwdriver will be
helped.
Note: If the gobo is a glass one, it should be touched with glabrous, clean and soft tissue or cloth matted between hand
and glass instead of with bare hand.
Close the rear cover and fasten 6 screws.
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DMX PROTOCOL
Short
mode
1
2
Standard
mode
1
2
Extended
mode
1
FUNCTION
Strobe
2
Dimmer
3
Dimmer Fine
3
3
4
CYM Macro
4
4
5
CYM-Cyan
CYM-Cyan
Fine
CYM-Yellow
CYM-Yellow
Fine
CYM-Magenta
CYM-Magenta
Fine
6
5
5
7
8
6
6
9
10
7
7
11
Colour Wheel
DMX
000-010
Black
011-025
Open
026-225
Strobe speed from slow to fast
226-246
Macro
247-255
Open
000-003
004-255
000-255
000-016
017-035
036-054
055-073
074-092
093-110
111-128
129-255
000-255
Black
Dimmer in 16 Bit precision
White
Yellow+ Magenta=Red
Yellow
Yellow+ Cyan=Green
Cyan
Cyan+ Magenta=Blue
Magenta
CYM colour mixing from slow to fast
Cyan (Linear 0-100%)
000-255
Cyan in 16 Bit precision
000-255
Yellow (Linear 0-100%)
000-255
Yellow in 16 Bit precision
000-255
Magenta (Linear 0-100%)
000-255
Magenta in 16 Bit precision
000-016
White
017-024
White/colour 1
025-032
Colour 1
033-040
Colour 1/colour 2
041-048
Colour 2
049-056
Colour 2/colour 3
057-064
Colour 3
065-072
Colour 3/colour 4
073-080
Colour 4
081-088
Colour 4/colour 5
089-096
Colour 5
097-104
Colour 5/colour 6
105-112
Colour 6
113-120
Colour 6/ white
121-127
white
Rainbow rotation speed from fast to
slow
128-191
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DESCRIPTION
Dimming from dark to light (0-100%)
195-255
Rainbow reverse rotation speed from
fast to slow
White
Gobo1
Gobo 2
Gobo 3
Gobo 4
Gobo 5
Gobo 6
Gobo 7
Rotation speed from slow to fast
Reverse rotation from slow to fast
Gobo 1 shake speed from slow to fast
Gobo 2 shake speed from slow to fast
Gobo 3 shake speed from slow to fast
Gobo 4 shake speed from slow to fast
Gobo 5 shake speed from slow to fast
Gobo 6 shake speed from slow to fast
Gobo 7 shake speed from slow to fast
white
Gobo1
Gobo 2
Gobo 3
Gobo 4
Gobo 5
Gobo 6
Rotation speed from slow to fast
Reverse rotation from slow to fast
Gobo 1 shake speed from slow to fast
Gobo 2 shake speed from slow to fast
Gobo 3 shake speed from slow to fast
Gobo 4 shake speed from slow to fast
Gobo 5 shake speed from slow to fast
Gobo 6 shake speed from slow to fast
Index
Rotation speed from slow to fast
Stop rotating
Reverse rotation speed from slow to
fast
000-255
Gobo rotation in 16 Bit precision
000-050
051-101
102-152
153-203
204-255
000-127
128-188
189-195
White
Frost
Extended frost 1
Extended frost 2
3 facet prism
Prism index
Rotation speed from fast to slow
Stop
Reverse rotation speed from slow to
fast
Linearly zooming
Zoom in 16 precision
Pan rotation
192-255
8
8
12
Fixed Gobo
Wheel
9
9
13
Rotating Gobo
Wheel
10
10
14
Gobo rotation
11
15
Gobo rotation
Fine
11
12
16
Prism
12
13
17
Prism rotation
000-016
017-032
033-048
049-064
065-080
081-096
097-112
113-127
128-149
150-171
172-183
184-195
196-207
208-219
220-231
232-243
244-255
000-018
019-036
037-054
055-073
074-091
092-109
110-127
128-156
157-185
186-196
197-208
209-220
221-232
233-244
245-255
000-127
128-188
189-194
196-255
13
14
14
15
18
19
20
Zoom
Zoom Fine
Pan
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000-255
000-255
000-255
15
16
16
17
18
21
22
23
19
24
20
25
Pan Fine
Tilt
Tilt Fine
Pan & Tilt
speed
Control
000-255
000-255
000-255
Pan rotation in 16 precision
Tilt rotation
Tilt rotation in 16 precision
000-255
Pan&Tilt speed from fast to slow
000-047
048-080
081-112
113-144
145-168
169-200
201-223
224-255
Reserved
Reset
Reserved
Lamp off ( stop in DMX value for 10 s)
Reserved
Lamp power reduced to 50%
Reserved
Lamp on (See remark below)
Remark:
If you intend to turn on/off the lamp via the last channel of the controller, don’t attempt to push the channel to value
224-255 immediately after turning it off, or push the slide bar to value 224-255 to wait it cooling. Under these 2
circumstances, the lamp can not be turned on. The right operation is: turn it off---cool down---push the slide bar to turn it
on.
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LED INDICATION
Green
Yellow
Blue
Red/Green
On
Off
Flash
On
On
Red
Green
DMX signal OK
No DMX signal
DMX signal error
Setting the panel
Power
Running self test mode
Reserved
MAINTENANCE
If the projector’s lens becomes damaged or broken it should be replaced. If the lamp becomes damaged or deformed in
any way it must be replaced. If the light from the lamp appears dim this would normally indicate that it is reaching the end
of its life and it should be changed at once, aged lamps run to the extremity of their life might explode. If the projector
does not function, check the fuses on the power socket of the projector, they should only be replaced by fuses of the
same specification. Should these be damaged call a qualified technician before replacement. The projector has thermal
protection device that will switch off the projector in case of overheating, should either of these operate, check that the
fans are not blocked, and if they are dirty clean them before switching on the projector again. Check that the fans are
operational, if not call a qualified technician.
Any maintenance work should only be carried out by qualified technicians.
LUBRICATION
To ensure the continuous rotation of the rotating gobos and linear motion of the lens for focusing, it is recommended that
the bearings for the rotating gobos and the 2 shafts for the focusing lens holder be lubricated periodically, preferably
every two months. Use only high quality, high-temperature resistant grease instead of any type of oil. When lubricating
the bearings, a syringe with a fine needle is the easiest way to introduce the grease to the bearings around each gobo.
KEEPING THE PROJECTOR CLEAN
To ensure the reliability of the projector it should be kept clean. It is recommended that the fans should be cleaned every
15 days. The lens and dichroic colour filters should also be regularly cleaned to maintain an optimum light output. Do
NOT use any type of solvent on dichroic colour filters.
Cleaning frequency depends on the environment in which the fixture operates: damp, smoke or particularly dirty
surroundings can cause greater accumulation of dirt on the unit’s optics. A soft cloth and typical glass cleaning products
should be used in cleaning. It is recommended to clean the external optics at least once every 20 days and clean the
internal optics at least once every 30 / 60 days.
Do not use any organic solvent, e.g. alcohol, to clean the reflector mirror, dichroic colour filters or housing of
the apparatus.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
ACTION
¾
Check the fuse on the power socket.
¾
Replace the lamp.
The lamp comes on but the projector
¾
Make sure that the projector is correctly configurated.
doesn’t respond to the controller
¾
Replace or repair the DMX cable.
The projector only functions intermittently
¾
Make sure the fan is working and not dirty.
¾
Check the lenses are not broken.
¾
Remove dust or grease from the lenses.
¾
Make sure the lamp is installed correctly.
¾
Carefully clean the optical group lenses and the projector
The projector doesn’t switch on
Defective projection
The project image appears to have a halo
components.
The beam appears dim
¾
Check the optics is clean.
¾
Replace with a new lamp of the specified type and rating.
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TECHNICAL DATA
VOLTAGES:
220V/230V AC,50/60Hz
Option: 200V/240V AC,50/60Hz
POWER CONSUMPTION:
1300W@220V
LAMP:
PHILIPS
MSR Gold 1200 SA/2 DE
Colour Temperature
7500°K
Socket
SFc10-4,double ends
Manufacturers Rated Lamp Life
750 hours replacement
Or
OSRAM
SharXS HTI 1200 W/D7/60
Colour Temperature
6000°K
Socket
SFc10-4,double ends
Manufacturers Rated Lamp Life
750 hours replacement
COLOURS:
Smooth CYM colour mixing system with macro
1 wheel with 6 dichroic colour filters plus white
With variable speed bi-directional rainbow effect
Step/linear colour changing is available
GOBOS:
1 Rotating gobo wheel:
6 interchangeable gobos+ white, glass or metal gobos can be fixed
Indexable, bi-directionally rotatable at variable speeds
1 Fixed gobo wheel :
7 interchangeable gobos+ white
bi-directional wheel scrolling at variable speeds
Gobo diameter: Φ36.3mm
Gobo image diameter: Φ23mm
PRISM/ FROST:
1X3 facet prism, indexable, bi-directionally rotatable at variable speeds
1X frost
1X extended frost 1, 1X extended frost 2
FOCUS:
DMX linear focus
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DIMMER:
0-100% linearly adjustable
SHUTTER:
Double shutter blades, 0.3~25 F.P.S
HEAD MOVEMENT:
Pan 540º, Tilt 270º with auto position correction
BEAM ANGLE:
Focus 5°in 16 Bit precision
Extended frost 1:9.5°
Extended frost 2:11.5°
CONTROL:
DMX512, 3 pin and 5 pin interfaces
RDM control protocol
16 channels in short mode, 20 channels in standard mode, and 25 channels in extended mode.
Self-test mode
OTHER FUNCTIONS:
Adjustable Pan & Tilt speed
Fixture and lamp usage time display
LCD display in English language menu
Energy saving function of the ballast
Built-in analyzer for easy fault finding, error messages
Modular construction for easy maintenance
HOUSING:
Composite plastic, IP20
WEIGHT:
53Kg
SIZES:
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485
672
907
610
515
LIGHT OUTPUT:
11.5°Lux
9.5°Lux
5°Lux
4m
2m
0m
2m
4m
0
0
0
54065
63084
297675
13516
15771
74419
6007
7009
33075
3379
3943
18605
2163
2523
11907
5m
3m
1m
5° 9.5°11.5°
1m
3m
5m
DISTANCE(m)
0m
DIAMETER(m)
DIAMETER(m)
DIAMETER(m)
0
0
0
5m
10m
15m
20m
25m
0.45
0.91
1.00
0.90
1.82
2.00
1.35
2.73
3.00
1.80
3.64
4.00
2.25
4.55
5.00
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View side of no axletree
M1-4 品红色
Magenta
变焦
M1-6A
Dimmer 调光
View side of no axletree
M2-3 自转图案盘
GOBO
View side of no axletree
M2-4 图案自转
Rotation GOBO
View side of no axletree
M2-5 频闪片1
SHUTTER A
View side of no axletree
M-5A
Zoom
M2-2 固定图案盘
FIX-GOBO
View side of no axletree
View side of no axletree
M2-6 频闪片2
SHUTTER B
View side of no axletree
MOTOR6
M1-6B
Dimmer 调光
MOTOR5
View side of no axletree
MOTOR4
变焦
MOTOR3
M1-5B
Zoom
MOTOR2
View side of no axletree
MOTOR1
V G S
SENS1
SENS2
V G S
V G S
SLAVE #2 PCB
V G S
SENS3
SENS4
V G S
J2
TILT
TILT ENCODE
SENS5
SENS6
V G S
View side of no axletree
+
M1-3 黄色
Yellow
V G S
DMX-SENS2
DMX-SENS1
VCC
VCC
GND
GND
J1
PAN
V
S1
S2
G
TILT
PAN & TILT PCB
PAN
G
S2
S1
V
S
G
V
-
View side of no axletree
青色
MOTOR6
M1-2
Cyan
MOTOR5
View side of no axletree
MOTOR4
View side of no axletree
MOTOR3
V G S
SENS1
SENS2
V G S
D
D
B
B
C
C
A
A
-
BRIDGE
+
HALL 2-2
View of mark side
HALL 2-3
View of mark side
D
D
B
B
C
C
A
A
View side of no axletree
HALL 2-4
View of mark side
D
D
B
B
C
C
A
A
AC
D
D
B
B
C
C
A
A
M1-1 色片盘
COLOR
MOTOR2
V G S
SENS3
SENS4
V G S
SLAVE #1 PCB
SENS5
SENS6
V G S
M3-2 棱镜自转
PRISM Rotation
V
S
G
PAN ENCODE
-
+
V
G
S
L D
N
0V
220V
230V
Transformer
AC20V
Thermostat
LAMP
DMX-SENS2
DMX-SENS1
VCC
VCC
GND
GND
Ph
60Hz
50Hz
CN6
Thermostat
Filter
SW1
SW3
LCD DISPLAY
SW2
FUSE
Ph
60Hz
50Hz
FAN2
FULL
FAN4
HALF
Cap-1
L H C C
CAPACITOR
FAN1
FULL
FAN3
3/4
FAN & LIGHTING PCB
N D
P P L H
L N
AC230V IGNITER BALLAST
DC-SEL
DC
+ -
Cap-2
HIGH Ballast
MOTOR1
DMX-SENS2
DMX-SENS1
VCC
VCC
GND
GND
HALL 1-3
View of mark side
HALL 1-1
View of mark side
View side of no axletree
HALL 3-2
View of mark side
HALL 1-2
View of mark side
M3-1 棱镜盘
PRISM
TILT
V
S1
S2
G
View side of no axletree
PAN
SLAVE #3 PCB
S
G
V
GND
GND
VCC
VCC
DMX-SENS1
DMX-SENS2
LOW Ballast
HALL 1-5
View of mark side
HALL 1-4
View of mark side
HALL 3-1
View of mark side
G
S2
S1
V
V
G
S
SW-PB
D
D
B
B
C
C
A
A
D
D
B
B
C
C
A
A
D
D
B
B
C
C
A
A
D
D
B
B
C
C
A
A
D
D
B
B
C
C
A
A
D
D
B
B
C
C
A
A
DMX-SENS2
DMX-SENS1
VCC
VCC
GND
GND
D
D
B
B
C
C
A
A
DMX-SENS2
DMX-SENS1
VCC
VCC
GND
GND
D
D
B
B
C
C
A
A
D
D
B
B
C
C
A
A
D
D
B
B
C
C
A
A
V
S
S
G
D
D
B
B
C
C
A
A
D
D
B
B
C
C
A
A
D
D
B
B
C
C
A
A
SW4
SWITCH
G
DD+
HEAD FAN 1
HEAD FAN n
PCB FAN
BOX FAN
N
E
L
AC INPUT
GND
GND
GND
GND
3
1
2
1
3
DMX-IN
DMX-OUT
2
15
24
3
DMX-IN
DMX-OUT
51
4 2
3
COMPONENT ORDER CODES
NAME
MAINS FILTER
THERMOSTAT
IGNITOR
TRANSFARMER
BALLAST
CAPACITOR
LAMP
TILT DRIVE BELT
PAN DRIVE BELT
FOCUS MOTOR
FIXED GOBO WHEEL MOTOR
GOBO ROTATION MOTOR
PRISM ROTATION MOTOR
COLOUR WHEEL MOTOR
ROTATING PRISM WHEEL MOTOR
ROTATING GOBO WHEEL MOTOR
PAN &TILT MOTOR
SHUTTER BLADE MOTOR
DIMMER MOTOR
CYM MOTOR
PAN/TILT DRIVE PCB
MOTOR DRIVE PCB 1
MOTOR DRIVE PCB 2
MOTOR DRIVE PCB 3
DISPLAY PCB
POWER BOARD
PART NO.
193020005
190010074
040090036
040030056
040070059
140010043
100050064
290151323
290151322
030040023
030040154
030040084
030040084
030040112
030040095A
030040095A
030040127A
030040122
030040080
030040093
030040121
030040114A
230020573
230020640
230020641
230020642
230020227
230020574
20/22
QUANTITY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
REMARK
20A 115/250VAC
250V-16A
1500W
IGN40C12E
HTI 1500W/60/P50
21/22
PR LIGHTING LTD.
1582 Xingye Avenue, Nancun Panyu
Guangzhou, 511442 China
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Version: 20111111(Preliminary)
22/22