XR 330 Beam
PR-2354
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
INDEX
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SAFE USAGE OF THE PROJECTOR
INSTALLING THE PROJECTOR
FITTING LAMP
POWER SUPPLY – MAINS
CONTROL CONNECTIONS
DMX TERMINATOR
SETUP OPTIONS-PROJECTOR CONFIGURATION
TO SET THE DMX START ADDRESS
STAND-ALONE MODE
MASTER/SLAVE MODE
OPERATION MENU
DMX PROTOCOL
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
G clamps
XLR cable
Safety cord
This manual
Ω clamps
Quantity
2
1
1
1
2
Unit
Pcs
Pc
Pc
Pc
Pcs
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Remark
with plug
Optional
SAFE USAGE OF THE PROJECTOR
When unpacking and before disposing of the carton check if 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 12m.
12m
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 or reached its life limit.
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 45℃, when steady state is achieved 55℃,
There is no user serviceable parts inside the projector, do not open the housing and never operate the projector with the covers
removed.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to consult your dealer or manufacturer.
Always disconnect from the mains, when the device is not in use or before cleaning it or before
attempting any maintenance work !
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INSTALL THE PROJECTOR
SAFETY CORD
CLAMP
CONTROL
PANEL
WARNING
To pass 1 SAFETY CORD
through 2 holes for safety
106
HANDLE
106
Take 2 clamps and 1 safety cords out from the package and mount 2 clamps on the underside of fixture with 4 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) 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 the weight of the
fixture.
WARNING
1. The projector MUST be lifted or carried by the HANDLES instead of clamps.
2. For safety the safety cord should support 10 times of the unit’s weight.
FITTING THE LAMP
Unplug the projector from power before lamp
FAST-FIT SCREWS
installation or replacement and wait for it to cool.
LAMP
Lock the yoke before fitting/replacing the lamp.
Loosen 8 fast-fit screws and remove the back cover,
you can see the structure as shown in the figure 2..
After unplug the power wires, hold the end of the
lamp and push it as directed by the arrow resulting in
the other end of the lamp unblocked ,then pull the
lamp out. Before installing new lamp, plug the power
wires for the lamp tightly. Installation of the lamp is
an reverse sequence to the pull-out.
Fit new lamp and close the back cover by fastening 8
fast-fit screws. Note: don’t touch the bulb of the new
lamp with bare hand so as not to influence the beam
A
B
output; Do not harm the sticking out point of the
lamp during its installation.
WARNING: 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(yellow/green twin wire) 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 other than as shown above. The projector 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.
TO CONTROLLER
DMX512
DMX IN
DMX OUT
DMX IN
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DMX OUT
DMX IN
TO TERMINATER
DMX OUT
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
Projector configuration can be set conveniently via switch button 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. After this, the display shows the projector’s function
menu and each option has its own sub-menus. Each menu stands for special function, see details as follows.
Press button UP or DOWN if you want to browse through the various Setup Options.
Press button ENTER to save your settings or enter the next menu. Press button UP or DOWN to change the values(plus or minus)
Press button FUNC, it will return to the upper menu one by one. If the button not pressed, 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. XR 200 BEAM has 3 DMX modes. There are standard mode ,short mode and extended mode. For example standard
mode have 14 channels, so set the No. 1 projector’s address 001, No. 2 projector’s address 015, No. 3 projector’s address 029, No. 4
projector’s address 043, and so on.
Launch the projector. Press button ENTER more than 5 seconds to unlock panel.
Press button ENTER to display DMX address;
Press button UP and DOWN, you can set the address;
Press button ENTER to confirm; after powered next time, It will display latest values.
Press button FUNC, it will return to the upper menu one by one.
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STAND-ALONE MODE
Operate the projector without connecting a controller, enable the master mode in the operation panel, the projector
will run in Stand-Alone mode automatically.
MASTER/SLAVE MODE
Without using a controller, many projectors can run synchronously in the Master/Slave mode by linking them with
each other. 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. Then the first one is the master with setting options as master mode enabled, and others are slaves.
Start Address for all slaves is 001. The Master can run at any mode for the Master and Slaves run at the corresponding
mode compared to the Master.
After powered , the group will run at Master/Slave Mode.
MASTER
.
INPUT
OUTPUT
SLAVE
INPUT
OUTPUT
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SLAVE
INPUT
DMX TERMINATOR
OPERATION MENU
1st LEVEL
2nd LEVEL
AddR
XXX
(1~499)
Are you sure
Reset
3rd LEVEL
STd 14
(DMX Mode Standard)
SHRT 10
(DMX Mode Short)
EXT 16
(DMX Extended Mode)
ByControlChanne
(By Control Channel)
ByPowerOn
(By Power)
OFF
dmX
(DMX Mode
,Default: STD)
CNFG
(Config Settings)
Lamp Control Set
(Lamp Control
,Default: CHAN)
Pan Tilt Swap
(Default: OFF)
ON
OFF
Pan Tilt Invert
(Default: OFF)
ON
Pan amend
0~127
Tilt amend
0~127
Wireless Mode
(Default: XLR First)
Optional
XLR First
XLR Only
Wireless Only
Wireless First
Wireless To XLR
Unlink Wireless
Yes
Slave
MasterSlaveSelec
Selection of Master/Slave
(Default: Slave)
Reset Lamp Hours
(Lamp hours changed into 0)
FactorySettings
(Factory Default Settings?)
ParameterTransm
(Parameters transmitted?)
Master
Are you Sure
Yes
Yes
Language
Display Mode
Display Options
INFO
(Information)
TEST
4th LEVEL
Power On Hours
(Lighting Fixture Use Time)
Lamp Hours
(Lamp Use Time)
VER
(Version No.)
Display Invert
Display Contrast
XXXX
(Time displayed)
XXXX
(Time displayed)
X.X.X
(Software Version No.)
Head Sensor
Head Temp
Self Test
Yes
Strobe
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English/Chinese
Off After Delay / On
Always
OFF / ON
0~18
NO
(Without Strobe)
Mode 1
Mode 2
Color Wheel
Manual Test
NO
(White)
Cw1-CW14
(Color Wheel1-Color
Wheel14)
FORw
(Rotation)
STOP
(Rotation Stops)
REVE
(reverse Rotation)
NO
(White)_
Gobo1-Gobo17
Fixed Gobo Wheel
Rotation
Reverse Rotation
Shake Effect 1-10
(Test Modes)
NO
Effect Wheel
Effect 1
Effect 2
Effect 3
Stop Rotating
Prism Rotation
Rotation
Reverse Rotation
Focus
0-255 Linear Focusing
Pan Location
0-255
Tilt Location
0-255
Pan & Tilt Speed
0-255
Fan
OFF/ON
DMX Operation
DMX
Preset Memory
mENU
(Operating Menu)
User’s Memory
CH1
(Strobe)
CH2
(Dimming)
CH3
(Color Wheel)
Static Scene 1~16
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0-255
0-255
0-255
CH4
(Fixed Gobo Wheel)
CH5
(Effect Wheel)
CH6
(Prism Rotation)
CH7
(Focusing)
CH8
(Pan Location)
CH9
(Tilt Location)
CH10
(Pan and Tilt Speeds)
CH11
Scene hold time
Lamp Manual Control
Turn Lamp On
Yes
Turn Lamp Off
Yes
0-255
0-255
0-255
0-255
0-255
0-255
0-255
0-25 Seconds
Remark:
1. In the synchronous control of multiple projectors parameters can be transmitted from the master including: DMX mode,
display setting, operation mode(user memory);
2. all projectors Accepting parameters will automatically be set to slave mode.
Explanations for Letters on top-right of the display
S: Slave Mode
M: Master Mode
D: DMX512 Mode I: Preset Memory
U: User’s Memory
T: Test Mode
Lock Logo: buttons locked, press” ENTER” for more than 5 seconds, lock logo disappears and buttons are unlocked
Error information listed as follows:
Warning
Fan Board No Signal
Fan 1 Error
Fan 2 Error
When errors are displayed, the lamp can only be turned on after the three above-mentioned errors have been corrected.
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DMX PROTOCOL
Short
mode
Standard
mode
FUNCTION
DMX
000-015
1
1
Strobe
016-239
240-244
245-249
250-255
2
3
2
3
Dimmer
Color Wheel
DESCRIPTION
Open
Strobe from Slow to Fast
Macro 1
Macro 2
Macro 3
000-255
From dark to bright
000-011
White
012-015
White+Color 1
016-019
Color 1
020-023
Color 1+Color 2
024-027
Color 2
028-031
Color 2+Color 3
032-035
Color 3
036-039
Color 3+ Color 4
040-043
Color 4
044-047
Color 4+ Color 5
048-051
Color5
052-055
Color5+ Color6
056-059
Color 6
060-063
Color 6+Color 7
064-067
Color7
068-071
Color 7+Color 8
072-075
Color 8
076-079
Color 8+ Color 9
080-083
Color 9
084-087
Color 9+ Color 10
088-091
Color 10
092-095
Color 10+Color 11
096-099
Color 11
100-103
Color 11+ Color 12
104-107
Color 12
108-111
Color 12+Color 13
112-115
Color 13
116-119
Color 13+ Color 14
120-123
Color 14
124-127
Color 14+White
128-159
Rotation (From slow to Fast)
160-223
Stops with White
224-255
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Reverse Rotation(From slow to Fast)
4
5
6
7
8
4
5
6
Fixed Gobo
Wheel
Prism Wheel
000-007
White
008-015
Gobo 1
016-023
Gobo 2
024-031
Gobo 3
032-039
Gobo 4
040-047
Gobo 5
048-055
Gobo 6
056-063
Gobo 7
064-071
Gobo 8
072-079
Gobo 9
080-087
Gobo 10
088-095
Gobo 11
096-103
Gobo 12
104-111
Gobo 13
112-119
Gobo 14
120-127
Gobo 15
128-135
Gobo 16
136-143
Gobo 17
144-159
Rotation (From slow to Fast)
160-175
Reverse Rotation (From slow to Fast)
176-183
Shake 1(From Fast to slow)
184-191
Shake 2 (From Fast to slow)
192-199
Shake 3(From Fast to slow)
200-207
Shake 4(From Fast to slow)
208-215
Shake 5(From Fast to slow)
216-223
Shake 6(From Fast to slow)
224-231
Shake 7(From Fast to slow)
232-239
Shake 8(From Fast to slow)
240-247
Shake 9(From Fast to slow)
248-255
000-063
Shake 10(From Fast to slow)
White
064-127
Prism
128-191
192-255
000-063
Frost Filter
064-127
Low CT filter
Stop
Rotation (From slow to Fast)
Stop
Prism Rotation
128-191
7
Focusing
192-255
000-255
Linear Focusing
8
Focusing Fine
000-255
Focusing in 16 bit precision
9
Pan
000-255
Pan(0°~540°)
10
Pan Fine
000-255
Pan in 16 bit precision
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Reverse Rotation (From slow to Fast)
9
10
11
Tilt
000-255
Tilt(0°~270°)
12
Tilt Fine
000-255
Tilt in 16 bit precision
13
Pan & Tilt
Speeds
000-255
14
Extended Mode
1
Control
FUNCTION
Color Wheel
Pan & Tilt Speed from Fast to Slow
000-031
Reserved
032-063
Lamp Off (stop in DMX value for 2 s)
064-095
Reserved
096-127
Lamp On ( stop in DMX value for 2 s)
128-159
Reserved
160-191
Reset( stop in DMX value for 2 s)
192-255
Reserved
DMX
DESCRIPTION
000-004
White
005-008
White /Color 1
009-012
Color 1
013-017
Color 1/Color 2
018-021
Color 2
022-025
Color 2/Color 3
026-029
Color 3
030-034
Color 3/ Color 4
035-038
Color 4
039-042
Color 4/ Color 5
043-406
Color5
047-051
Color5/ Color6
052-055
Color 6
056-059
Color 6/ Color 7
060-063
Color7
064-068
Color 7/ Color 8
069-072
Color 8
073-076
Color 8/ Color 9
077-081
Color 9
082-085
Color 9/ Color 10
086-089
Color 10
090-093
Color 10/ Color 11
094-098
Color 11
099-102
Color 11/ Color 12
103-106
Color 12
107-110
Color 12/ Color 13
111-115
Color 13
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2
3
4
116-119
Color 13/ Color 14
120-123
Color 14
124-127
Color 14/White
128-255
000-003
Rotation (From slow to Fast)
Open
004-103
Strobe from Slow to Fast
104-212
Open
213-225
Macro1
226-238
Macro 2
239-251
Macro 3
251-255
Open
000-255
From dark to Bright
000-003
White
004-007
Gobo 1
008-011
Gobo 2
012-015
Gobo 3
016-019
Gobo 4
020-023
Gobo 5
024-027
Gobo 6
028-031
Gobo 7
032-035
Gobo 8
036-039
Gobo 9
040-043
Gobo 10
044-047
Gobo 11
048-051
Gobo 12
Fixed Gobo
052-055
Gobo 13
Wheel
056-059
Gobo 14
060-063
Gobo 15
064-067
Gobo 16
068-071
Gobo 17
072-113
Rotation (From Fast to Slow)
114-117
Stop at White
118-159
Rotation (From slow to Fast)
160-166
Shake 1(From Fast to slow)
167-172
Shake 2 (From Fast to slow)
173-185
Shake 3(From Fast to slow)
186-191
Shake 4(From Fast to slow)
192-198
Shake 5(From Fast to slow)
199-204
Shake 6(From Fast to slow)
205-211
Shake 7(From Fast to slow)
Strobe
Dimming
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5
6
Effect Wheel
Prism Rotation
212-217
Shake 8(From Fast to slow)
218-223
Shake 9(From Fast to slow)
224-255
Stop at White
000-127
White
128-255
000-127
Eight-facet Prim
Stop
128-190
Rotation (From Fast to Slow)
191-192
Stop
193-255
Reverse Rotation (From slow to Fast)
7
Reserved
8
Frost Filter
9
10
focusing
Pan
000-255
Linearly focusing
Pan(0°~540°)
11
Pan Fine
000-255
Pan in 16 bit precision
12
Tilt
000-255
Tilt(0°~270°)
13
Tilt Fine
000-255
Tilt in 16 bit precision
14
Reserved
000-255
15
16
Control
Lamp Control
0-255
0-127
128-255
0-255
White
Frost Effect
000-076
Reserved
077-127
Reset(Stop for 2S)
128-255
Reserved
000-024
Reserved
025-099
Lamp off(for 2S)
100-255
Lamp on(for 2S)
Remarks:
1. For the use of Prism, Frost Filter and CT Filter, Prism, Frost Filter and CT filter are 1st, 2nd and 3rd respectively in priority
sequence.
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INDICATION OF LED DIGITAL TUBE
Decimal point of the first digital tube
Decimal point of the third digital tube
Decimal point of the fourth digital tube
Parameters that LED digital tubes display
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
Flash
DMX signal OK
No DMX signal
Master / slave signal is OK
No master / slave signal
When setting master mode
When setting slave mode
Parameters not saved, press “ENTER” to save them
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.
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
The projector doesn’t switch on
ACTION
¾
Check the fuse on the power socket.
¾
Replace the lamp.
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The lamp comes on but the projector doesn’t
¾
Make sure that the fixture’s start address is right
respond to the controller
¾
Replace or repair the XLR singal cable.
The projector only functions intermittently
¾
Make sure the fan is working well or fans and their filters not blocked
¾
Make sure the lamp is within its life limit
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 components.
¾
Check the optics is clean or the lens in good condition(not cracked)
¾
Replace with a new lamp of the specified type and rating.
Defective projection
The project image appears to have a halo
The beam appears dim
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TECHNICAL DATA
VOLTAGES:
100V/200V/220V/230V/240V AC,50/60Hz
POWER CONSUMPTION:
430W@220V
LAMP:
Orsam
SIRIUS HRI 330W
Colour Temperature
8000 K
Manufacturers Rated Lamp Life
1500 hours
COLORS:
1 Color Wheel
14 dichroic colour filters plus white
Variable speed and bi-directional rainbow effect
Linear colour changing is available
GOBOS:
1 Fixed gobo wheel :
17 interchangeable gobos+ white
Shaking and bi-directional wheel scrolling at variable speeds
Gobo changing is available
EFFECT WHEEL:
8-facet rotating Prism(bi-directional with variable speeds)+CT filter+ Frost Filter + White
FOCUSING
0-100% linearly adjustable by Dmx
STROBE:
Double shutter blades, 0.3~20 F.P.S
HEAD MOVEMENT:
Pan 540º, Tilt 270º with auto position correction
BEAM ANGLE
0°~4°, Linear zoom
CONTROL:
DMX512, 3 pin and 5 pin interfaces
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10 channels in short mode, 14channels in standard mode,16 channels in extended mode
Self-test mode
OTHER FUNCTIONS:
Adjustable Pan & Tilt speed
Fixture and lamp usage time display
HOUSING:
Composite plastic, IP20
WEIGHT:
16Kg
SIZES:
LIGHT OUTPUT:
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D
C
B
A
2
3
1
1
3
Power Interface
2
5
4
3
2
1
Switch
1
2
3
4
5
1
VVV-
DMXIN
2
+
FAN1
-
+
FAN2
-
VV+
Fan Control Board
-
-
+
+
Base Fan
G
N
L
Male 3XRL Female 3XRL Male 5XRL Female 5XRL
Housing
6.3A250V
+
24V
380VDC
3
X1
+
X1-3
X1-1
X3
Temperature Switch
Pan
Motor
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
M10
POWER
+
M9
Motor Driver
MX
POWER
+24V
GND
MY
LAMP1
RXD
SCI
Flag
VDD
VDD
HY
SY
SX
HX
4
IN
Colour
Motor
M7
1
2
3
4
Effect
Motor
M5
DMXIN
DMXOUT
Tilt Pan
Hall Sensor Hall Sensor
X-Y Motor Driver
Shutter Fix-Gobo
Two-Motor Motor
Tilt
Motor
BATTERY
V+
V-
DMXOUT
Lamp
Tilt Pan
Optic Coupling Optic Coupling
POWER
+
DMXIN
A+
BGND
Master Control Display
X3-4
X3-1
A+
BGND
Lamp Driver
1
2
3
4
Fuse
A+
BGND
1
2
3
4
5
4
1
2
3
4
Power Supply
3
V
S2
S1
G
VLED
X2
X1
GND
GND
S
V
S
G
V
GND
B
A
V
S2
S1
G
VLED
Y2
Y1
GND
GND
S
V
S
G
V
+5V
GND
B
A
2
1
2
3
4
5
M4
5
V-
Zoom
Two-Motor
M3
V+
6
S7
6
GND
S
+5V
GND
S
+5V
R-Prism
Motor
M1
S6
S2
S3
Effect Zoom
Hall Sensor Hall Sensor
BATTERY
1
2
3
4
1
1
2
3
4
V
G
S
GND
S
+5V
N
V
G
S
E
GND
S
+5V
L
1
2
3
4
AC-IN
V
G
S
V
G
S
Colour
Hall Sensor
Fix-Gobo
Hall Sensor
7
7
FILE
PR-2354
PR
.SCH
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Title PR-2354
VER :1.0.0
NO
DESIGN
8
A2
PRINT DATA: 2014/05/11
CHANGE DATA: 2014/05/11
8
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C
B
A
Component Order Codes
NAME
Osram 330W Ballast
Osram 330W Lamp
200W Power Switch
400W Power Switch
Fuse
Pan Driver Belt
Tilt Driver Belt
Prism Wheel Belt
Focusing Belt
O SHAPE RUBBER RING
FAN
FAN
TURBO-FAN
BASE FAN
DRIVER BOARD FAN
PAN MOTOR
TILT MOTOR
PRISM MOTOR
FIXED GOBO WHEEL MOTOR
COLOR WHEEL MOTOR
PRISM ROTATION MOTOR
FOCUSING MOTOR
STROBE MOTOR
PAN & TILT DRIVER BOARD
7 CHANNEL DRIVER BOARD
DISPLAY BOARD
COLOR WHEEL ACCESSORIES
FIXED GOBO WHEEL ACCESSORIES
PRISM WHEEL ACCESSORIES
PART NO.
040070115
100070030
190010133
190010116
270041065
290151322
290151331
290151255
290151310
290260054
030060055
030060094
030060072
030060005
030060094
030040205
030040154A
030040073
230060195
230060125
230060658
120110366B
120110368A
120110385
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QUANTITY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
REMARK
T20A250V 6.3*32mm
HTD-531-3M
HTD-399-3M
HTD-270-3M
72MXL
WITH SQUARE BASE
PR LIGHTING LTD.
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