The Da-Lite Difference.
Instruction Book for
Tensioned Advantage® Deluxe
Electrol®
DA-LITE SCREEN COMPANY, INC.
3100 North Detroit Street
Post Office Box 137
Warsaw, Indiana 46581-0137
Phone: 574-267-8101
800-622-3737
Fax: 574-267-7804
Toll Free Fax: 877-325-4832
www.da-lite.com
e-mail: info@da-lite.com
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using your video equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the
following:
1. Read and understand all instructions before using.
2. Position the cord so that it will not be tripped over, pulled, or contact hot surfaces.
3. If an extension cord is necessary, a cord with a current rating at least equal to that of the appliance
should be used. Cords rated for less amperage than the appliance may overheat.
4. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this appliance. Contact an authorized
service dealer when repair work is required. Incorrect reassembly can cause electric shock when
the appliance is used subsequently.
5. The use of an accessory attachment not recommended by the manufacturer may cause a risk of
fire, electric shock, or injury to persons.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
PRE-INSTALLATION
1. Carefully unpack screen and remove outer wrapping from case.
2. Make sure to recheck measurements of screen location before installation.
SCREW FOR
SECURING ROLLER
ACCESS DOOR
FABRIC DOOR
ACCESS
DOOR
FIGURE 1
CASE INSTALLATION
1. The case provides multiple attachment points for bolts, cables, or threaded rod. Page 7 shows threaded rod
installed. The variable position-mounting bracket may be located anywhere along the length of the case. It is
recommended to keep the brackets spaced evenly enough to distribute the weight of the screen.
The case has a self-trimming flange around the bottom. Ceiling tiles or drywall may be placed on top of this flange
to provide a finished appearance.
2. After securing the case in the ceiling check that the case is level and plumb.
3. Install electrical connections that apply to your unit. Refer to the following diagrams for proper installation. The
diagrams on page 4 are for standard controls; the diagrams on page 5 are for SCB100 controls and page 6 for
SCB200 controls. The terminal block for the wall switch connections is located under the metal housing
surrounding the junction box. Remove two screws for access.
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SCREEN AND ROLLER ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION
If your screen was shipped with the motor and roller already installed proceed to step 6.
1. Remove the screw from each end of the access door (front door) and open the door. See figure 1.
2. Carefully unpack screen and roller assembly. Leave packing paper on the roller.
3. Place the roller assembly into the case with the motor on the left side. The limit switches should be facing down.
Line up the square pin on the motor with the square hole in the bracket.
4. Lift the pin end (right end) of the roller into position and slide the bracket onto the roller pin. Tighten two nuts to
secure the bracket.
5. Complete electrical hook-up by snapping motor wire connector into case connector.
6. Remove shipping brackets by removing the hex head screws from aluminum slat and case. Slat should move freely.
See figure 2. (Only if the roller assembly is preinstalled.)
7. Test installation by operating the screen several times. Be prepared to stop the screen. Standard Duty Cycle: 1
MIN. ON/3 MIN. OFF. The fabric door (rear door) will not close until the wall switch is placed in the up position and
when the screen motor stops at its limit switch in the up direction.
NOTE: Excessive continuous operation may cause the motor to overheat. If this happens the motor will shut off until it cools to
a normal operating temperature.
8. Run the screen down enough to open the fabric door. Close the access door and reinstall the screws to secure the
door.
screen motor
WHITE
ADJUSTMENT
KNOB "DOWN"
BLACK
ADJUSTMENT
KNOB "UP"
access door
door microswitch
fabric door
door motor
hex head screws
shipping bracket
scb-100/scb-200
access cover
knockouts for conduit installation
FIGURE 2
FIGURE 3
2
SCREEN ADJUSTMENT
RECALIBRATION
The screen controller (standard control, not SCB100 or SCB200) is factory calibrated to control the screen and door
sequence timing. If the line voltage varies 10% or more from the factory setting, the door will not close properly and the
unit will need to be recalibrated. The steps are:
1. The screen surface must be all the way up
2. Press and hold the stop button for 10 seconds
The screen will then run through a whole cycle and be recalibrated upon completion. Press "up" button to close door after
recalibration.
If the screen limit switch setting is changed in the up direction, the unit must be recalibrated. Surface travel is stopped
automatically in the fully opened and closed positions by limit switches that are factory set at Da-Lite. Should it be
necessary to adjust for more or less drop of picture, proceed in the following manner:
NOTE: Use a screw driver or 5/32" Allen wrench to make adjustments.
MORE SCREEN DROP
1. Place operating switch in “down” position.
2. W
hen the screen stops, turn the white “down” limit knob (Fig. 2) one-quarter turn counterclockwise. Test by raising
picture surface approximately two feet, then lower again. Repeat until desired picture surface position is attained.
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CAUTION: Do not adjust for more drop than what was ordered. At least 1-1/2 wraps of fabric must remain on the roller. This
screen comes standard with 12" black at the top.
3. Recalibrate according to above instructions. Press "up" button to close door after recalibration.
LESS SCREEN DROP
1. Raise picture surface approximately two feet above desired level.
2. Place operating switch in “off”position.
3. T
urn the white “down” limit switch (Fig. 2) one-quarter turn clockwise. Test by raising picture surface approximately
two feet, then lower again. Repeat until desired picture surface position is attained.
4. Recalibrate according to above instructions. Press "up" button to close door after recalibration.
Contact Da-Lite at 800-622-3737 if door motor needs adjustment.
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TENSIONED ADVANTAGE® DELUXE ELECTROL® INSTRUCTIONS FOR STANDARD CONTROL
120V WIRING DIAGRAM
FRONT OF
WALL SWITCH
BACK OF
WALL SWITCH
UP
NOTE: 20-24AWG WIRE RECOMMENDED
FOR CONNECTING WALL SWITCH TO THE
DUAL MOTOR CONTROLLER
STOP
DOWN
NOTE: Electrical connections
on left end of case.
RED (UP)
BLACK (DOWN)
WHITE (COMMON)
NOT USED
WHITE (COMMON)
WHITE (COMMON)
RED (UP)
RED (UP)
BLACK (DOWN)
BLACK (DOWN)
GREEN (GROUND)
GREEN (GROUND)
BLACK (DOWN)
AUX EYE
WHITE (COMMON)
POWER INPUT
120VAC/60HZ
WHITE (COMMON)
NOT USED
RED (UP)
BLACK (DOWN)
OPTIONAL RF OR IR
REMOTE CONNECTOR
RED (UP)
BLACK (HOT)
WHITE (COMMON)
GREEN (GROUND)
RED (DOWN)
SCREEN MOTOR
BLACK (UP)
WHITE (COMMON)
WHITE (COMMON)
WHITE (COMMON)
RED (DOWN)
RED (DOWN)
BLACK (UP)
BLACK (UP)
GREEN (GROUND)
GREEN (GROUND)
NOT USED
DOOR MOTOR
DOOR MICROSWITCH
220/240V WIRING DIAGRAM
FRONT OF
WALL SWITCH
NOTE: Electrical connections
on left end of case.
BACK OF
WALL SWITCH
UP
NOTE: 20-24AWG WIRE RECOMMENDED
FOR CONNECTING WALL SWITCH TO THE
DUAL MOTOR CONTROLLER
STOP
DOWN
RED (UP)
BLACK (DOWN)
WHITE (COMMON)
BLUE (COMMON)
POWER INPUT
240VAC/50HZ
WHITE (COMMON)
NOT USED
RED (UP)
BLACK (DOWN)
OPTIONAL RF OR IR
REMOTE CONNECTOR
NOT USED
BLUE (COMMON)
BLUE (COMMON)
BLACK (UP)
BLACK (UP)
BROWN (DOWN)
GREEN/YELLOW (GROUND)
BROWN (DOWN)
GREEN/YELLOW (GROUND)
BROWN (DOWN)
AUX EYE
BLACK (UP)
BROWN (HOT)
BLUE (COMMON)
GREEN/YELLOW (GROUND)
BLACK (DOWN)
SCREEN MOTOR
BROWN (UP)
BLUE (COMMON)
BLUE (COMMON)
BLUE (COMMON)
BLACK (DOWN)
BLACK (DOWN)
BROWN (UP)
GREEN/YELLOW (GROUND)
BROWN (UP)
GREEN/YELLOW (GROUND)
NOT USED
DOOR MOTOR
DOOR MICROSWITCH
4
TENSIONED ADVANTAGE® DELUXE ELECTROL® INSTRUCTIONS SCB-100 CONTROL
NOTE: Electrical connections on right side of case.
POWER INPUT AND CONTROL
BOARD ARE LOCATED ON RIGHT
SIDE OF SCREEN HOUSING.
120V WIRING DIAGRAM
BLACK (HOT)
POWER INPUT
120VAC/60HZ
BLACK (HOT)
GREEN (GROUND)
WHITE (COMMON)
GREEN (GROUND)
WHITE (COMMON)
WHITE (COMMON)
WHITE (COMMON)
WHITE (COMMON)
RED (UP)
RED (UP)
GRAY (DOOR)
GRAY (DOOR)
BLACK (DOWN)
BLACK (DOWN)
GREEN (GROUND)
GREEN (GROUND)
BLACK (DOWN)
RED (UP)
WHITE (COMMON)
TERMINAL BLOCK
TX
G
RX
TX
G
RX
- DATA OUT
- GROUND
- DATA IN
- DATA OUT
- GROUND
- DATA IN
WHITE (COMMON)
BLACK (DOWN)
RED (UP)
- 12VDC OUT
+ 12VDC OUT
BACK OF
WALL SWITCH
RED (DOWN)
FRONT OF
WALL SWITCH
UP
STOP
BLACK/
YELLOW
SCREEN MOTOR
DOWN
NOTE: 20-24AWG WIRE RECOMMENDED
FOR CONNECTING WALL SWITCH TO THE
DUAL MOTOR CONTROLLER
WHITE (COMMON)
RED (DOWN)
BLACK (UP)
GREEN (GROUND)
WHITE
(COMMON)
BLACK (DOWN)
NOT USED
BLACK (UP)
DOOR MOTOR
SCREEN AND DOOR MOTOR, MICROSWITCH
AND TIMER RELAY ARE LOCATED ON LEFT
SIDE OF SCREEN HOUSING.
DOOR MICROSWITCH
NOTE: Electrical connections on right side of case.
POWER INPUT AND CONTROL
BOARD ARE LOCATED ON RIGHT
SIDE OF SCREEN HOUSING.
220 / 240V
WIRING DIAGRAM
BROWN (HOT)
POWER INPUT
240VAC/50HZ
BROWN (HOT)
GREEN/YELLOW (GROUND)
BLUE (COMMON)
GREEN/YELLOW (GROUND)
BLUE (COMMON)
BLUE (COMMON)
BLUE (COMMON)
BLUE (COMMON)
BLACK (UP)
BLACK (UP)
GRAY (DOOR)
GRAY (DOOR)
BROWN (DOWN)
BROWN (DOWN)
GREEN/YELLOW (GROUND)
GREEN/YELLOW (GROUND)
BROWN (DOWN)
BLACK (UP)
BLUE (COMMON)
BLACK (DOWN)
TERMINAL BLOCK
TX
G
RX
TX
G
RX
- DATA OUT
- GROUND
- DATA IN
- DATA OUT
- GROUND
- DATA IN
WHITE (COMMON)
BLACK (DOWN)
RED (UP)
- 12VDC OUT
+ 12VDC OUT
BACK OF
FRONT OF
WALL SWITCH WALL SWITCH
UP
STOP
BROWN/
YELLOW
SCREEN MOTOR
DOWN
NOTE: 20-24AWG WIRE RECOMMENDED
FOR CONNECTING WALL SWITCH TO THE
DUAL MOTOR CONTROLLER
BLUE (COMMON)
BLACK (DOWN)
BROWN (UP)
GREEN/YELLOW (GROUND)
BROWN (DOWN)
BLUE
(COMMON)
NOT USED
BROWN (UP)
DOOR MOTOR
SCREEN AND DOOR MOTOR, MICROSWITCH
AND TIMER RELAY ARE LOCATED ON LEFT
SIDE OF SCREEN HOUSING.
DOOR MICROSWITCH
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TENSIONED ADVANTAGE® DELUXE ELECTROL® INSTRUCTIONS SCB-200 CONTROL
NOTE: Electrical connections on right side of case.
POWER INPUT AND CONTROL
BOARD ARE LOCATED ON RIGHT
SIDE OF SCREEN HOUSING.
120V WIRING DIAGRAM
BLACK (HOT)
POWER INPUT
120VAC/60HZ
BLACK (HOT)
GREEN (GROUND)
WHITE (COMMON)
GREEN (GROUND)
RED (UP)
BLACK (DOWN)
WHITE (COMMON)
WHITE (COMMON)
WHITE (COMMON)
ENCODER
WHITE (COMMON)
WHITE (COMMON)
RED (UP)
GRAY (DOOR)
BLACK (DOWN)
BLACK (DOWN)
GREEN (GROUND)
WHITE (COMMON)
GREEN (GROUND)
5V A B GND
BLACK (DOWN)
RED (UP)
RED (UP)
GRAY (DOOR)
B + A
-
RED (DOWN)
BLACK/
YELLOW
SCREEN MOTOR
WHITE (COMMON)
RED (DOWN)
BLACK (UP)
GREEN (GROUND)
BLACK (DOWN)
WHITE
(COMMON)
NOT USED
BLACK (UP)
DOOR MOTOR
SCREEN AND DOOR MOTOR, MICROSWITCH
AND TIMER RELAY ARE LOCATED ON LEFT
SIDE OF SCREEN HOUSING.
DOOR MICROSWITCH
NOTE: Electrical connections on right side of case.
POWER INPUT AND CONTROL
BOARD ARE LOCATED ON RIGHT
SIDE OF SCREEN HOUSING.
220 / 240V
WIRING DIAGRAM
BROWN (HOT)
POWER INPUT
240VAC/50HZ
BROWN (HOT)
GREEN/YELLOW (GROUND)
BLACK (UP)
GREEN/YELLOW (GROUND)
BLUE (COMMON)
BROWN (DOWN)
BLUE (COMMON)
BLUE (COMMON)
BLUE (COMMON)
ENCODER
BLUE (COMMON)
BLUE (COMMON)
BLACK (UP)
BLACK (UP)
GRAY (DOOR)
GRAY (DOOR)
BROWN (DOWN)
BROWN (DOWN)
GREEN/YELLOW (GROUND)
GREEN/YELLOW (GROUND)
5V A B GND
BROWN (DOWN)
BLACK (UP)
BLUE (COMMON)
B + A
BLACK (DOWN)
BROWN/
YELLOW
SCREEN MOTOR
WHITE (COMMON)
RED (DOWN)
BLACK (UP)
GREEN (GROUND)
BROWN (DOWN)
BLUE
(COMMON)
NOT USED
BROWN (UP)
DOOR MOTOR
SCREEN AND DOOR MOTOR, MICROSWITCH
AND TIMER RELAY ARE LOCATED ON LEFT
SIDE OF SCREEN HOUSING.
DOOR MICROSWITCH
6
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TENSIONED ADVANTAGE® DELUXE ELECTROL® INSTALLATION
7-1/4"
VARIABLE POSITION
CASE LENGTH
MOUNTING BRACKETS
7-1/4"
7-5/8"
Flat bracket Mounting Method
MOTOR END
9-1/4"
ELECTRICAL
JUNCTION BOX
7-5/8"
(SUGGESTED) 3/8"
THREADED ROD (NOT
INCLUDED)
ATTACHED TO
MOUNTING BRACKET
7-1/4"
FINISHED
CEILING
SELF-TRIMMING
FLANGE
8-3/4"
SEE DETAIL A
formed bracket
Mounting Method
4.59"
(SUGGESTED) 3/8"
THREADED ROD
(NOT INCLUDED)
7.21"
HANGER BRACKET
8.75"
DETAIL A
7
8.74"
TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptom
If screen is not responding properly and
SCB100 or SCB200 controls are used,
contact the factory for troubleshooting
assistance.
1.
creen will not operate or will not go
S
“down”.
Motor does not hum.
Solution
(a) Incorrect line voltage.
Motor hums.
2. Screen will not move upward.
Motor does not hum.
(b) Blown facility fuse.
(c) Tripped facility circuit breaker.
(c) Reset facility circuit breaker.
(d) No power to operating switch or
junction box.
(d) C
heck above. Tighten all loose wire
connections. Recheck wiring. See
installation instructions.
“Down” Position
Check for power across black and white
leads.
(e) L
et motor cool down for 15 minutes.
Try again.
(f) Broken wire in the “down” position.
(f) Check for continuity.
(g) Defective motor, limit switch or
capacitor.
(g) R
eplace motor assembly.
NOTE: Motor is a sealed assembly.
(h) Capacitor burned out.
(h) Replace motor assembly.
(a) Incorrect line voltage.
(a) Verify 115-125V (or 220-240V). If
insufficient voltage, rewire incoming
electric line.
(b) Blown facility fuse.
(b) Replace facility fuse.
(c) Tripped facility circuit breaker.
(c) Reset facility circuit breaker.
(d) No power to operating switch or
junction box.
(d) C
heck above. Tighten all loose wire
connections. See above.
(e) Open door limit switch.
Power at junction box
(f) Thermal overload tripped.
Motor hums.
(a) Verify 115-125V (or 220-240V). If
insufficient voltage, rewire incoming
electric line.
(b) Replace facility fuse.
Power at junction box.
(e) Thermal overload tripped.
Cause
“Up” Position
Check for power across red and
white leads.
(e) Replace switch.
(f) L
et motor cool down for 15 minutes.
Try again.
(g) Broken wire in the “up” position.
(g) Check for continuity.
(h) Defective motor, limit switch or
capacitor.
(h) R
eplace motor assembly.
NOTE: Motor is a sealed assembly.
(i) Capacitor burned out.
(i) Replace motor assembly.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptom
Cause
Solution
3. D
oor will not open.
(a) H
inge is bound or has a foreign
substance on it which does not allow
it to open by gravity.
(a) C
heck installation to free door. Clear
any foreign substance; i.e., paint or
plaster from hinge.
(b) No power.
(b) See above.
(a) Open door limit switch.
(a) Replace switch.
(b) No power from screen motor.
(b) Replace screen motor.
(c) Unit not calibrated.
(c) Recalibrate per instructions on page
3.
5. “Down” limit switch incorrect.
(a) “Down” limit switch out of
adjustment.
(a) See installation instructions.
6. Noise.
NOTE: Screen will operate with a lowpitched hum.
(a) Buzzing noise.
(a) A
djust door limit switch (too far
down).
(b) Gear noise.
(b) Replace motor assembly.
(a) Defective brake.
(a) Replace motor assembly.
8. R
oller displaced from mounting
bracket.
(a) Pin end slipped out of nylon bearing.
(a) Realign pin end bracket.
9. Fabric hangs crooked.
(a) Screen not installed properly.
(a) Check for level and plumb.
(b) Fabric is damaged.
(b) Replace fabric.
10. Door closes before screen is all the
way up.
(a) Screen “up” limit out of adjustment.
(a) Adjust “up” limit (call factory for
instructions).
11. Door opens but screen does not
operate.
(a) Loose wire.
(a) Check all wiring and connections.
4. Door does not close.
7.
Coasting.
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10
LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY
ON DA-LITE PRESENTATION PRODUCTS
Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc. warrants its products to the original purchaser only, to be free
from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of
purchase by the original purchaser provided they are properly operated according to Da-Lite’s
instructions and are not damaged due to improper handling or treatment after shipment from
the factory.
This warranty does not apply to equipment showing evidence of misuse, abuse or accidental
damage, or which has been tampered with or repaired by a person other than authorized DaLite personnel.
Da-Lite’s sole obligation under this warranty shall be to repair or to replace (at Da-Lite’s option)
the defective part of the merchandise. Returns for service should be made to your Da-Lite
dealer. If it is necessary for the dealer to return the screen or part to Da-Lite, transportation
expenses to and from Da-Lite are payable by the purchaser and Da-Lite is not responsible for
damage in shipment. To protect yourself against damage or loss in transit, insure the product
and prepay all transportation expenses.
THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING WARRANTIES AS TO FITNESS FOR USE AND MERCHANT ABILITY. Any
implied warranties of fitness for use, or merchantability, that may be mandated by statute or
rule of law are limited to the one (1) year warranty period. This warranty gives you specific
legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state-to-state. NO LIABILITY
IS ASSUMED FOR EXPENSES OR DAMAGES RESULTING FROM INTERRUPTION IN
OPERATION OF EQUIPMENT, OR FOR INCIDENTAL, DIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE.
In the event that there is a defect in materials or workmanship of a Da-Lite product, you
may contact our Sales Partners at PO Box 137, Warsaw, IN 46581-0137, (574) 267-8101, (800) 622-3737.
IMPORTANT: THIS WARRANTY SHALL NOT BE VALID AND DA-LITE SHALL NOT BE
BOUND BY THIS WARRANTY IF THE PRODUCT IS NOT OPERATED IN ACCORDANCE
WITH DA-LITE’S WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS.
Keep your sales receipt to prove the date of purchase and your original ownership.
Printed in U.S.A.
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88585 Rev. 10/09
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