COEF PERFORMANCE 250DV DV Operating instructions

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51019 Ponte Buggianese (PT)
ITALY
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PERFORMANCE 250 DV / DVP
Realized by PC CAD & VIDEO
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• Code 02A016 Performance 250 DV
• Code 02A017 Performance 250 DVP
• OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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ATTENTION: carefully read the directions of this manual. Exclusively follow the safety rules in force and do not carry
out assembly and/or maintenance operations without taking all precautions as indicated in the different sections or
without the necessary specialization.
This manual must always accompany the equipment, therefore it must be available and readable at any moment if
necessary. Also in case of sale, rent, change of place and/or ownership, these documents shall be enclosed with the
relative equipment.
Declaration of CE Conformity
We, Manufacturer/Importer
COEF srl. Via Albinatico, 80-82 / 51019 Ponte Buggianese (Pistoia) ITALY
Declare that the products
Performance 250 DV
Performance 250 DVP
are in conformity with in accordance with 89/336 EEC-EMC Directive and with the actual required safety
standards in accordance with LVD 73/23 EEC
ADVICES FOR A CORRECT INSTALLATION
This equipment is destined to an exclusively Professional use.
1) Make sure that all the fastening parts of the spotlight are in good condition. Regulate the proportions of the fastening accessories (screws, bushes, nuts, supports, etc.) in order to be slightly over-dimensioned as compared to the actual requirements.
2) Carefully check the contents of the packaging and the completeness of the components. If any of the parts listed hereunder
is missing, please contact your Dealer immediately.
3) Do not install the projector outside where the influence of atmospheric factors could damage the unit working (rain, wind,
intense heat etc.) or indoor if there is a high percentage of humidity.
4) Do not clean the projector using water jets or immersion in different liquids. Scrupulously follow the indications given in the
chapter MAINTENANCE.
5) Make the electric connections and the installation / replacement of the lamp after having disconnected the power supply and
after haved positioned the power switch to OFF.The apparatus is classified as belonging to Class 1 type of protection against electric shocks. Its connection to an earthed mains unit is compulsory. The equipment must be protect by an adeguated magnetothermal switch. You are recommended to equip the system with aptly dimensioned differential switches.
6) Do not touch in any case the internal and external parts of the projector without previous authorization of the constructor
and make modifications only by the intervention of qualified staff.
7) Make sure that the projector is correctly fixed on the support as indicated in par. 3.3
8) If the bulb explodes, the particular design of the apparatus prevents the splinters from going outside the projector. All the
parts, therefore, shall be complete and perfectly assembled. The lenses, if visibly damaged, shall be replaced by original spare
parts.
9) Minimum distance from illuminated objects: The projector must be positioned in such a way that objects struck by the
light beam are located at least 1,5 metres from the projector objective.
10) Minimum distance from inflammable materials: 0.1 meters
11) MAX ambient temperature: 40° C.
1,5 mt.
12) MAX external surface temperature: 60° C.
13) Don’t look directly the lamp trough the lens.
14) We recommend not to look at the lamp without wearing a proper protection; also ensure that the covers are assembled to
the equipment.
15) Inside the equipment there are high temperatures and tension/current values which might be very dangerous. It is
necessary to disconnect the equipment from the mains before removing its protection covers and wait for 30 minutes at least
before touching any part inside.
16) Do not switch on the equipment if its lamp is not inserted.
17) Leave sockets and air outlets free from encumbrances and clean them periodically (see “Maintenance” section).
18) Do not leave the packaging elements (polystyrene, nylon, metal parts, etc.) unattended.
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We recommend you read the entire manual very carefully, particularly the sections concerning correct installation and safety procedures. This manual is an integral part of the supplied apparatus, therefore you are requested to
keep it with care for future reference.
This manual has been organized in order support the user, the installer or the maintenance operator of the described unit with those necessary informations for a correct use of the installation and working procedures of the
same unit.The various procedures will be just signalled by indicators (when necessary) evidencing the operation
dangers and the necessity of technical support.
Please find here below a list of symbols and relative meaning:
OPERATOR : Not particulary qualified staff, that can operate when no specific knowledge is required
COEF OPERATOR: Technical staff, qualified and trained by the constructor, for repair and extraordinary
operations.
MECHANICAL OPERATORS: Staff employed in the ordinary mechanical maintenance.
SPECIALIZED MECHANICAL OPERATOR: Qualified staff employed in extraordinary authorized installations and repair.
ELECTRIC OPERATORS: Staff employed in the ordinary electric maintenance.
SPECIALIZED ELECTRIC OPERATORS: Qualified staff employed in extraordinary authorized installations and repairs.
DANGER SIGNAL: Generic danger signal and electric shock danger signal .
GENERAL WARRANTY CONDITIONS
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The guarantee is valid for a period of 12 months from the date of purchase of the equipment.
The guarantee is not valid in case a wrong voltage or frequency is selected.
The parts which are proved to have manufacturing defects are also covered by the guarantee.
The external parts of the equipment, its removable elements and lamps are excluded from the guarantee; for these
parts we recommend to follow the directions supplied by their manufacturers.
The guarantee is not valid in case of tampering or repairs carried out by non-authorized personnel.
The replacement of the equipment during the validity of the guarantee is not provided for.
The transport freights from and to the manufacturer for repairs under guarantee are at Customer’s charge.
When applying for the repair, always mention the serial number and the model of the equipment.
PACKING CONTENTS
Carefully check the contents of the packaging and the completeness of the components. If any of the parts listed hereunder is
missing, please contact your Dealer immediately:
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Performance 250 DV or DVP complet unit.
This user manual.
1 connector XLR 3 pin male.
1 connector XLR 3 pin female.
1 connector POWER.
PROTECT NATURE.
DO NOT DISPOSE OF THE PACKAGING IN THE ENVIRONMENT.
CAREFULLY KEEP THE BOX AND THE COMPONENTS OF THE PACKAGING FOR ANY DISPLACEMENT
OR RE-SHIPMENT OF THE EQUIPMENT.
Do not leave the packaging elements (polystyrene, nylon, metal parts, etc.) unattended.
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1.0
INSTALLATION
The constructor is not be considered responsible in case of:
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Improper use fo the unit or use by not trained staff
Use in contrast with the directions on work safety
Wrong installation
Defective power supply
Serious lacks in the necessary maintenance
Unauthorized modifications and interventions
Use of spare parts that are not original or not specific for the unit
Total or partial inobservance of instructions
Unusual events
2.0 LAMP MOUNTING AND REPLACING
The units mounts high pressure lamp with external traditional striker.
The lamp must be changed if damaged or deformed by heat.
WARNING: switch off the projector before operating.
Read carefully the lamp builder’s instructions.
Wait at least 10 minutes after
the projector has been switched
off before operating again, in order
to let it cool down and avoid the
lamp explosion.
Wait 20 minutes in case you
are operating with the bare hands
in order to avoid burns.
Screw the two screws off (part.
A) and remove the round cover
that’s supporting the lampholder.
Insert the lamp in the socket. Insert delicately the lamp in the projector support, driving it with the round cover.
Pay attention: the lampholder’s wires must correctly reenter in the projector. Block the cover screwing the screws
up ( part. A).
2.1 MIRROR MOUNTING OR REPLACEMENT
Remove the elastic band
that’s blocking the motor of scansion group. For the mirror replacement (C), screw the two screws (B) and remove
the broken mirror. Install the new spare part (its support is already mounted by the factory) on the motor A, carefully
closing, using an hexagonal screwdriver.
WARNING! The mirror is very delicate, so you must handle it with great care.
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2.2
MACHINE INSTALLATION
To fix the Performance 250 DV/DVP is necessary, when the installation has to be on a raised-from-the ground
support, to block the fixing bracket of the unit by means of a screw provided with nut and locknut measuring not less
than M10X50, to insert in the central pre-arranged hole on the fixing bracket.
In order to guarantee a necessary security and in respect of the actual safety rules concerning the projectors’ installation, it is compulsory to install a safety-chain (or steel cable), equipped with spring clips, to connect the Performance 250 DV/DVP‘s body to the fixing structure.
ATTENTION: the safety-chain must be properly installed and fixed to the supporting structure, in a way that an
incidental givin in of the main bracket would leed to the shortest possible fall of the projector. After such an intervention the safety-chain must be replaced.
ATTENTION: COEF is not responsible for installations not correctly made or made without respecting the
above indications: those installations are considered dangerous.
When you need to disassemble the fixing bracket of the Performance 250 DV/DVP, refer to figure to
re-assemble correctly the bracket with all its components, without damaging its functionality and security.
3.0 TECHNICAL NOTES
PERFORMANCE 250 DV
PERFORMANCE 250 DVP
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Code: 02A017
Lamp MSD 250/2 - 2000 hours life - socket GY 9,5
6 metal and 2 dichroic rotating gobosall interchangeable and indexable position on 540°
Set of 10 extra metal gobos, given with the projector
1 diameter projection reducer
10 basic colors + white + 7 bi-colors
2 color conversion filters superimposing to the basic colors for a total of 33 colors + bi-colors (only DVP version )
Rainbow effect
Blacklite filter
2 rotating prisms : 3 facet and 6 facet
(only DVP version )
Dimmer from 0 to 100%
(only DVP version )
FROST Effect
(only DVP version )
Adjustable strobe
Adjustable focus
Multifunctional display
Remote reset via DMX; selectable from display
Software Upgrade via DMX (with UNI-PROG 8 accessory)
Internal self-test with led indicator
Internal power factor correction
Power supply
- Absorbed power
DMX 512 Standard
V~
Hz
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8/9 control channels (only DVP version )
230
50
1.8
400
230
60
1.7
380
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4.0 - CONNECTIONS
4.1 - Power supply connections
WARNING: In order to guarantee the utmost safety, connect the apparatus only to a properly
earthed mains system. The projector is designed to work at the tension and frequency indicated by
the electrical data label on the rear. Before connecting the projector to the mains, a qualified electrician must check its conformity. Should there be different electrical characteristics or special steps to
be carried out, please contact COEF by telephone or e-mail elettronica@coef.it
Supply the projector by connecting it as indicated in picture.
Power supply: 230V~ (+5% / -10%) 50/60 Hz. Voltage and frequency are indicated on the rear of the projector.
Power absorbed: 400W - 1,8 A for 230V~ 50Hz.
PHASE
GROUND
NEUTRAL
S/N
S/N
S/N
4.2 - DMX 512 Connection
Connect the projector and the control unit to a wire in conformity with the EIA RS-485 standards:
braided bipolar, shielded, 120 ohm of characteristic impedance, 22-24 AWG, equipped with Cannon
3 Pin XRL plugs. Respect the DMX 512 signal input and output according to the panel indications. A
terminal pin with 120 ohm resistance (¼ Watt minimum) must be inserted between the terminals 2
and 3 in the last piece of apparatus.
S/N
S/N
S/N
FROM CONTROL UNIT
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5.0
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS AND PROJECTOR ASSIGNMENT
On the front panel of Performance 250 DV/DVP you'll
find a section for the additional functions and for setting the
projector.
Following the picture, you can see all the offered possibilities in detail.
All operations are to be carried out with the F, G, E, D buttons, respectively indicated as MENU, ENTER, DOWN and
UP.
The display C will inform you about the selected functions.
The 2 A, B, leds will allow you to know:
A = reception of the DMX line.
B = The errors presence indicated on the ERR table.
On switching the projector on, the display will indicate the type of projector and the version of control software
which have been installed. To this purpose, please remember that this type of projector belongs to a new generation
of projectors, designed with the possibility of updating the software version through the normal DMX connection by
means of a programmer deliberately created: UNI-PROG 8.
After the indication MSTR HOME, the projector carries out the RESET and gets ready to be controlled from the
connected console.
The display will indicate 1 as default value. This means that the first channel occupied by the projector will respond to the values sent to channel 1 by the DMX line. This also means that according to the total number of channels assigned to the projector by means of the CH8/9 function, MISC menu (only DVP model)(see Table 4.1), we
shall be able to check the Performance 250 DV/DVP with the 1 to 8/9 channels (DVP) 1 to 6 (DV) of the DMX line.
This enables us to make Performance 250 DV/DVP (which we are installing) completely independent from control
or integral with any other installed projector.
General Rules:
Refer to the Table of Section 4.1 in the following page.
By each pressure, Button MENU (F) permits to go backwards by one level.
E and D (DOWN and UP) buttons select functions and sub-functions.
Button G (ENTER) enters the function and confirms a control.
By pressing Button MENU (F) and buttons UP and DOWN (D and E) you can select the menu you have to modify.
Once the wished menu is reached, press Button G (ENTER) to confirm your selection and enter the function.
Press D or E to enter the sub-functions if available.
Always confirm your selection with ENTER.
Press MENU to go out of the function and press again to go back to the starting level.
Example: We installed our projector on the ceiling and for this reason we want the visualization of the display to
be correct.
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Press MENU
Press D (UP) (12 times for DVP) (10 times for DV) up to “MISC”
Press ENTER the Display will show “RSET”
Press D (UP) twice up to “DSPL”
Press ENTER the Display will show “ONOF”
Press D (UP) once up to “STRV”
Press ENTER the Display will show “STND”; this is the actual configuration state.
Press D (UP) once up to R.E.V..; the blinking point indicate the available configuration.
Press ENTER ...... The Display visualization as been rotated to 180°.
The indication of the display will automatically come back after 120 sec. and inform on the set starting channel
DMX.
If we are now in a sub-function, this automatic device will not assume control.
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5.1 MENU, FUNCTION & SUB-FUNCTION
MENU
FUNCTION
DMX
1 / 507 DV
1 / 505 DVP 8ch
1 / 504 DVP 9Ch
LAMP
TIME
MACH
SUB-FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
DMX start channel
SHOW - KH, H
RST - GO?
SHOW - KH, H
Lamp working hours (KH=thousands H=hours)
Lamp working hours reset (confirm by ENTER)
Projector working hours (KH=thousands H=hours)
ERR
E OK
E110
E210
E220
E230
E240
E250
E260
E270 (only DVP)
W310
W410
NO ERROR
EEPROM failure
Malfunction of the SHUTTER motor
Malfunction of the COLOR motor/sensor
Malfunction of the GOBOS motor/sensor
Malfunction of the GOBOS ROT. motor/sensor
Malfunction of the PAN motor
Malfunction of the TILT motor
Malfunction ot the EFFECT wheel motor/sensor
Checksum Setup not valid
Lamp working hours for more than 1900 hours.
SHUT
HOME
TEST
HOME SHUTTER
TEST SHUTTER
COL
HOME
TEST
CSHUT
MODE
(*) OFF / ON
(*) MOD1 / MOD2
HOME COLOR
TEST COLOR
Color change in black-out position
Color switching or linear wheel motion
GOBO
HOME
TEST
GSHUT
(*) OFF / ON
HOME GOBOS
TEST GOBOS
GOBO change in black-out position
RGOB
HOME
TEST
HOME GOBOS rotation
TEST GOBOS rotation
EFF
(only DVP)
HOME
TEST
HOME EFFECT wheel
TEST EFFECT wheel
REFF
(only DVP)
TEST
TEST EFFECT rotation
PAN
HOME
TEST
STRV
(*) STND / REV
HOME PAN movement
TEST PAN movement
Switch movement direction ( DX / SX)
HOME
TEST
STRV
(*) STND / REV
HOME TILT movement
TEST TILT movement
Switch movement direction (UP / DOWN)
CH1 / CH9 DVP
CH1 / CH6 DV
DMX value for the indicated channel
(*) YES / NO
(*) ON / OFF
(*) STND / REV
(*) STND / SWAP
(*) CH 8 / CH 9
MASTER HOME (Starting RESET)
MASTER HOME via DMX control
Display on / Display off
180° rotation of the visualization display
Channel control switch PAN / TILT
Projector control (8 or 9 channels)
Show the installed software version.
TILT
SCH
RSET
RDMX
DSPL
MISC
SWPT
CH8/9(onlyDVP)
VER
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CH
CHANNELS AND DIGITAL VALUES
6 CHANNELS (DV)
MODE
1
2
MODE
2
9 CHANNELS (DVP)
SHUTTER / STROBE
0 - 20
SHUTTER closed
21 - 50
STROBE Random
51 - 250
STROBE Speed adjustment
251 - 255
SHUTTER open
SHUTTER / STROBE / DIMMER
0-5
SHUTTER closed
6-100
DIMMER adjustment
101-110
DIMMER 0 > 100% Automatic 6 sec.
111-120
DIMMER 100% > 0 Automatic 6 sec.
121-126
DIMMER 0 > 100% slow Fuster shut down
127-132
DIMMER 0 > 100% middle Fuster shut down
133-138
DIMMER 0 > 100% fast Fuster shut down
139-144
DIMMER 100% > 0 slow
Fuster open
145-150
DIMMER 100% > 0 middle
Fuster open
151-156
DIMMER 100% > 0 fast
Fuster open
157-162
Dimmer 0 > 100% > 0 slow
163-168
Dimmer 0 > 100% > 0 middle
169-174
Dimmer 0 > 100% > 0 fast
175-180
Str. lamp from 1 to 6 random [reg. 0.0-0.5 sec.]
181-186
Str. lamp from 1 to 6 random [reg. 0.6-1.5 sec.]
187-192
Str. lamp from 1 to 6 random [reg. 1.6-2.5 sec.]
193-250
STROBE Speed adjustment
251-255
SHUTTER open
SHUTTER / STROBE / DIMMER
0-5
SHUTTER closed
6-100
DIMMER from channels 9 value
101-110
DIMMER 0 > 100% Automatic 6 sec.
111-120
DIMMER 100% > 0 Automatic 6 sec.
121-126
DIMMER 0 > 100% slow Fuster shut down
127-132
DIMMER 0 > 100% middle Fuster shut down
133-138
DIMMER 0 > 100% fast Fuster shut down
139-144
DIMMER 100% > 0 slow
Fuster open
145-150
DIMMER 100% > 0 middle
Fuster open
151-156
DIMMER 100% > 0 fast
Fuster open
157-162
Dimmer 0 > 100% > 0 slow
163-168
Dimmer 0 > 100% > 0 middle
169-174
Dimmer 0 > 100% > 0 fast
175-180
Str. lamp from 1 to 6 random [reg. 0.0-0.5 sec.]
181-186
Str. lamp from 1 to 6 random [reg. 0.6-1.5 sec.]
187-192
Str. lamp from 1 to 6 random [reg. 1.6-2.5 sec.]
193-250
STROBE Speed adjustment
251-255
SHUTTER open
COLOR MODE 1
0-5
6 - 15
16 - 25
26 - 35
36 - 45
46 - 55
56 - 65
66 - 75
76 - 85
86 - 95
96 - 105
106 - 115
116 - 125
126 - 135
136 - 145
146 - 155
156 - 165
166 - 175
176 - 185
186 - 195
196 - 200
201 - 205
206 - 230
231 - 255
COLOR MODE 1
0-5
6 - 15
16 - 25
26 - 35
36 - 45
46 - 55
56 - 65
66 - 75
76 - 85
86 - 95
96 - 105
106 - 115
116 - 125
126 - 135
136 - 145
146 - 155
156 - 165
166 - 175
176 - 185
186 - 195
196 - 200
201 - 205
206 - 230
231 - 255
COLOR MODE 1
0-5
6 - 15
16 - 25
26 - 35
36 - 45
46 - 55
56 - 65
66 - 75
76 - 85
86 - 95
96 - 105
106 - 115
116 - 125
126 - 135
136 - 145
146 - 155
156 - 165
166 - 175
176 - 185
186 - 195
196 - 200
201 - 205
206 - 230
231 - 255
1
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8 CHANNELS (DVP)
Neutral
Yellow
Blue
Magenta
Green light
Orange
Cyano
Pink
Red
Blu light
Green
Wood
White-Yellow
Yellow-Blue
Blue-Magenta
Green light-Orange
Orange-Cyano
Cyano-Pink
Red-Blue light
Blue light-Green
Random full-color (slow)
Random full-color (fast)
CW Rotation adjustment
CWW Rotation adjustment
COLOR MODE 2
0-5
Neutral
6 - 10
Yellow
11 - 15
Blue
16 - 20
Magenta
21 - 25
Green light
26 - 30
Orange
31 - 35
Cyano
36 - 40
Pink
41 - 45
Red
46 - 50
Blu light
51 - 55
Green
56 - 60
Wood
61 - 180
Positioning
181 - 185
Random fast
186 - 190
Random middle
191 - 195
Random slow
196 - 200
Random very slow
201 - 215
Random very fast
216 - 235
CW Rotation adjustment
236 - 255
CWW Rotation adjustment
Neutral
Yellow
Blue
Magenta
Green light
Orange
Cyano
Pink
Red
Blu light
Green
Wood
White-Yellow
Yellow-Blue
Blue-Magenta
Green light-Orange
Orange-Cyano
Cyano-Pink
Red-Blue light
Blue light-Green
Random full-color (slow)
Random full-color (fast)
CW Rotation adjustment
CWW Rotation adjustment
COLOR MODE 2
0-5
Neutral
6 - 10
Yellow
11 - 15
Blue
16 - 20
Magenta
21 - 25
Green light
26 - 30
Orange
31 - 35
Cyano
36 - 40
Pink
41 - 45
Red
46 - 50
Blu light
51 - 55
Green
56 - 60
Wood
61 - 180
Positioning
181 - 185
Random fast
186 - 190
Random middle
191 - 195
Random slow
196 - 200
Random very slow
201 - 215
Random very fast
216 - 235
CW Rotation adjustment
236 - 255
CWW Rotation adjustment
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Neutral
Yellow
Blue
Magenta
Green light
Orange
Cyano
Pink
Red
Blu light
Green
Wood
White-Yellow
Yellow-Blue
Blue-Magenta
Green light-Orange
Orange-Cyano
Cyano-Pink
Red-Blue light
Blue light-Green
Random full-color (slow)
Random full-color (fast)
CW Rotation adjustment
CWW Rotation adjustment
COLOR MODE 2
0-5
Neutral
6 - 10
Yellow
11 - 15
Blue
16 - 20
Magenta
21 - 25
Green light
26 - 30
Orange
31 - 35
Cyano
36 - 40
Pink
41 - 45
Red
46 - 50
Blu light
51 - 55
Green
56 - 60
Wood
61 - 180
Positioning
181 - 185
Random fast
186 - 190
Random middle
191 - 195
Random slow
196 - 200
Random very slow
201 - 215
Random very fast
216 - 235
CW Rotation adjustment
236 - 255
CWW Rotation adjustment
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6 CHANNELS (DV)
8 CHANNELS (DVP)
9 CHANNELS (DVP)
CH
3
GOBOS
0 - 10
11 - 20
21 - 30
31 - 40
41 - 50
51 - 60
61 - 70
71 - 80
81 - 90
91 - 100
101 - 110
111 - 120
121 - 130
131 - 140
141 - 150
151 - 160
161 - 170
171 - 180
181 - 193
194 - 205
206 - 230
231 - 255
Neutral
GOBO 1 chann.4 controls rotation
GOBO 2 chann.4 controls rotation
GOBO 3 chann.4 controls rotation
GOBO 4 chann.4 controls rotation
Reduction
GOBO 5 chann.4 controls rotation
GOBO 6 chann.4 controls rotation
GOBO 7 chann.4 controls rotation
GOBO 8 chann.4 controls rotation
GOBO 1 chann.4 controls position
GOBO 2 chann.4 controls position
GOBO 3 chann.4 controls position
GOBO 4 chann.4 controls position
GOBO 5 chann.4 controls position
GOBO 6 chann.4 controls position
GOBO 7 chann.4 controls position
GOBO 8 chann.4 controls position
GOBOS Fast random
GOBOS Slow random
CW Rotation adjustment
CWW Rotation adjustment
GOBOS
0 - 10
11 - 20
21 - 30
31 - 40
41 - 50
51 - 60
61 - 70
71 - 80
81 - 90
91 - 100
101 - 110
111 - 120
121 - 130
131 - 140
141 - 150
151 - 160
161 - 170
171 - 180
181 - 193
194 - 205
206 - 230
231 - 255
Neutral
GOBO 1 chann.4 controls rotation
GOBO 2 chann.4 controls rotation
GOBO 3 chann.4 controls rotation
GOBO 4 chann.4 controls rotation
Reduction
GOBO 5 chann.4 controls rotation
GOBO 6 chann.4 controls rotation
GOBO 7 chann.4 controls rotation
GOBO 8 chann.4 controls rotation
GOBO 1 chann.4 controls position
GOBO 2 chann.4 controls position
GOBO 3 chann.4 controls position
GOBO 4 chann.4 controls position
GOBO 5 chann.4 controls position
GOBO 6 chann.4 controls position
GOBO 7 chann.4 controls position
GOBO 8 chann.4 controls position
GOBOS Fast random
GOBOS Slow random
CW Rotation adjustment
CWW Rotation adjustment
GOBOS
0 - 10
11 - 20
21 - 30
31 - 40
41 - 50
51 - 60
61 - 70
71 - 80
81 - 90
91 - 100
101 - 110
111 - 120
121 - 130
131 - 140
141 - 150
151 - 160
161 - 170
171 - 180
181 - 193
194 - 205
206 - 230
231 - 255
Neutro
GOBO 1
can.4 regola la rot.
GOBO 2
can.4 regola la rot.
GOBO 3
can.4 regola la rot.
GOBO 4
can.4 regola la rot.
RIDUTTORE
GOBO 5
can.4 regola la rot.
GOBO 6
can.4 regola la rot.
GOBO 7
can.4 regola la rot.
GOBO 8
can.4 regola la rot.
GOBO 1
can.4 regola il posiz.
GOBO 2
can.4 regola il posiz.
GOBO 3
can.4 regola il posiz.
GOBO 4
can.4 regola il posiz.
GOBO 5
can.4 regola il posiz.
GOBO 6
can.4 regola il posiz.
GOBO 7
can.4 regola il posiz.
GOBO 8
can.4 regola il posiz.
GOBOS Random veloce
GOBOS Random lento
Rot. in senso orario regolabile
Rot. in senso anti-orario regolabile
GOBOS ROTATION
0-5
STOP
6 - 255
From 0 to 540° GOBO positioning
6 - 130
CW Rotation adjustment of the GOBO
131 - 255
CWW Rotation adjustment of the GOBO
GOBOS ROTATION
0-5
STOP
6 - 255
From 0 to 540° GOBO positioning
6 - 130
CW Rotation adjustment of the GOBO
131 - 255
CWW Rotation adjustment of the GOBO
ROTAZIONE GOBOS
0-5
STOP
6 - 255
Da 0 a 540° per GOBO posizionabile
6 - 130
Reg. Rotazione oraria per GOBO in rotaz.
131 - 255
Reg. Rotazione anti-oraria per GOBO in rotaz.
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PAN MOVEMENT
EFFECTS
0 - 10
11 - 30
31 - 50
51 - 70
71 - 90
91 - 110
111 - 130
131 - 250
251 - 255
EFFECTS
0 - 10
11 - 30
31 - 50
51 - 70
71 - 90
91 - 110
111 - 130
131 - 250
251 - 255
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TILT MOVEMENT
PRISM ROTATION
0-5
STOP
6 - 130
CW Rotation
131 - 255
CWW Rotation
PRISM ROTATION
0-5
STOP
6 - 130
CW Rotation
131 - 255
CWW Rotation
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PAN MOVEMENT
PAN MOVEMENT
8
TILT MOVEMENT
TILT MOVEMENT
4
OPEN
Prism 3 Facets
Prism 6 Facets
COLD Conversion Filter
WARM Conversion Filter
Automatic Frost from 0 to 100%
Automatic Frost from 100% to 0
Manual Frost
Full FROST
OPEN
Prism 3 Facets
Prism 6 Facets
COLD Conversion Filter
WARM Conversion Filter
Automatic Frost from 0 to 100%
Automatic Frost from 100% to 0
Manual Frost
Full FROST
DIMMER
0 - 10
DIMMER CLOSED
11 - 250
DIMMER Adjustment
251 - 255
DIMMER OPEN
WARNING:position CHANNEL 1 at a value between 6 and 100, in
order to control DIMMER with this channel.
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SPECIAL ACTION
If the RDMX function have been activated in the configuration menu, it’s possible, by a combination of the channels values, to
allow the projector MASTER RESET.
MASTER RESET:
Channel 1 = Value 0
Channel 2 and Channel 3 = Value 0 > 255 > 0
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FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
In order to adjust the objective, it is necessry to
pre-set channels so that the shutter is open; assign
the white colour and insert the selected gobo.
Rotate the knob on the front part of the projector
which is highlighted by the writing FOCUS (see the
picture) and adjust the focusing device of the objective, positioning the projector wherever you wish.
8.0
LAMP ADJUSTMENT
Lamp adjustment is necessary to obtain a uniform and powerful light beam. Switch on the projector and set the channels without gobo and colors.
Adjust the three screws B until you reach the ideal
condition between power and homogeneity.
Warning! The lamp is pre-regulated by the factory. Only fine-adjustment. Don’t move the screws B up to upper or lower
extremities.
9.0 GOBOS REPLACEMENT
WARNING: switch off the projector before operating
Open the cover of the Performance 250 DV/DVP first.
The gobo-wheel contains both steel gobos and dichroic gobos.
They are interchangeable simply by removing the little elastic ring
with a screwdriver (see figure).
In order to replace a dichroic gobo with a steel gobo, put a
thick ring between the gobo and the elastic ring (see part. B).
Insert the chosen gobo and place again the steel ring, paying
attention that it reaches its correct position.
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ORDINARY MAINTENANCE
WARNING: switch off the projector before operating.
Ordinary maintenance on the projectors
PERFORMANCE 250 DV/DVP is necessary to maintain the perfect efficiency of the
unit and to avoid defects like the low luminosity of the light beam, irregular motion of
the mirror or other rotating components. In
the figures you can see those components
that can easily accumulate dust and
grease. Clean them using a soft cloth and
common glass-cleaners. As regard the picture on right side, the intervention must be
effected by a mechanical maintenance operator, who will clean the anti-heat filter,
reachable only from the inside of the projector.
10.1
EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE
To make an extraordinary maintenance, it is necessary the presence of a generic
or qualified mechanical operator, according to the type of the needed intervention. To
make it simple, we advice to completely extract the mechanical part of the
PERFORMANCE 250 DV/DVP from its box : look figure where you can see the hexagonal screws (A&B) 4 for DV model and 3 for DVP model; the focus bracket screws
(C) that have to removed, so that you can extract the whole mechanical part, supporting the motors and the various wheels ( effects, color, gobos). In this way it will be
much more easy to observe the components to maintain and/or replace. In the following figures it’s possible to observe the different particulars that have to be cleaned
and, at the same time, the whole mechanical structure mounted with all its components shown.
You must particularly take care of the sensors which are really fundamental in the
unit working.
The sensors are absolutely necessary when a general reset of the projector is
needed. If this function is not correctly executed, it will totally compromise the regular
working of the projector, at least for the group referred to the sensor itself. Es : when
there’s an irregular reset of the color wheel, all the setted colors will not correspond to
the colours listed in the chapter about DMX digital values.
The same situation will occur in the case of the gobos wheel or the effects wheel.
The section shutter/strobo/dimmer doesn’t use sensors during the reset positioning but it’s conditioned by a mechanical beat of the shutter shovels.
You must carefully clean also the moving zoom lens. After several working hours
dust and grease will be stored on this lens, carried inside the projector by air flow.
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10.2 ELECTRONIC MAINTENANCE
This section is dedicated in detail to the electronic connections between the card and the mechanical components, assembled in the projector. These informations will be absolutely necessary
when the mechanical unit has to be removed from the projector for maintenance and/or repair.
The connections are made using handy connectors and are detailed in figure where you can find
indications about the connection between a specific connector and a specific component of the mechanical unit. This includes the motors and the sensors of the various effects wheels ( color, gobos,
prisms, shutter etc.).
WARNING! An improper use of this documentation made by not specifically qualified staff can damage
irremediably the electronic and/or mechanical components of the projector.
1
GOBOS rotation motor
2
COLOR wheel motor
3
GOBOS wheel motor
4
SHUTTER motor 1
5
SHUTTER motor 2
(only DVP)
6
EFFECTS wheel motor
(only DVP)
7
PRISM rotation motor
(only DVP)
8
PAN movement motor
9
TILT movement motor
10
COLOR wheel sensor
11
GOBOS wheel sensor
12
GOBOS rotation sensor
13
EFFECTS wheel sensor
14
DMX input
15
Power IN
16
DipSwitch DV/DVP (S1)
16 - DipSwitch S1
4
3
2
1
SW 4 ON = DVP
SW 4 OFF= DV
ON
15 - Alimentazione / Power
5 3 1
(only DVP)
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3-4 28V.AC. +- 5%
5-6 28V.AC. +- 5%
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11.0
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
CAUSE
The projector doesn’t swich on
The projector swiches on but doesn’t
answer to commands
ACTION
- The power supply is not present
- The lamp is not working
- The thermal switch is active
Check if the luminous indicator is lighted or not.
Replace the lamp.
Just to wait for little of time
- Wrong DMX configuration
Make sure that the projector is correctly configurated.
Replace or repair the DMX cable.
Check the control unit & DMX cable
Check the control unit by means of other working projectors.
Technical aid is required.
- Defective cables
- LED A is off
- Defective control unit
Defecting projection
Check that the lens are not broken.
- The lens is broken
- Dust or grease stored on the all parts Remove dust or grease stored on lenses.
of projector
Projection with halo
- Dust or grease stored on the all parts
of projector
Carefully clean the optical group lenses and the
projector components (see “Maintenance”
chapter).
The color or other effects doesn’t - Position sensor dirty with dust or grease
coincide to the selected value.
- Defective motor
- Electronic board
Carefully clean the optical group lenses and the
projector components (see “Maintenance”).
The PAN or TILT movement doesn’t
coincide to the selcted value
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- Defective motor
- Electronic board
Technical aid is required.
Technical aid is required.
DIMENSION & COMPONENTS
620
175
8
1
9
10
250 DVP
LIST OF PARTS
1
1 - Lock Knobs
2 - DMX IN
3 - DMX OUT
4 - Screws for lamp panel
5 - Lamp panel
6 - Mains switch
7 - Mains power soket
8 - Adjustement screws for light beam
9 - Final lens
10 - Focus adjustment
5
4
S/N
4
DO NOT OPEN THE LAMP COVER BEFORE
HAVING DISCONNECTED THE POWER
IN
OUT
PIN1: GND
PIN2: SIGNALPIN3: SIGNAL+
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