Light Source Install Guide

LIGHT SOURCE
INSTALLATION GUIDE
INSTALLATION
• General Requirements
• Fiberhead Installation
MAINTENANCE
• Lamp & Fuse Replacement
• Troubleshooting
APPENDIX
• Specifications
• Warranty
General Information
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Have proper voltage at site. Voltage requirements for light sources may be specified at time of order. (Refer to
figure on this page for power requirements or refer to the label on the back of the illuminator.)
Mount the light source in an area that has good ventilation and clearance for fan intake and exhaust. Avoid
placing multiple illuminators in positions that place air exhaust and air intake vents near each other.
Avoid dusty areas.
Be sure the mounting location will allow access for bulb replacement and that there is enough clearance for the
light source lid to be opened.
The mounting location must be a minimum distance from water, based on local, county or state building codes.
Use GFI circuit breakers when installing near water.
For mounting use #10 screws or bolts.
CAUTION: Do not turn key switch to ON position when lid is open.
Do not operate without lamp in place. Allow lamp to cool before removing. Replace with lamps supplied by
SUPERVISION® International, Inc. or authorized SUPERVISION® distributor.
ISM
1997
1.
sv.250H
TOP VIEW
7.5"
.75"
.75"
6"
(bracket)
1"
3/8" top overhang
.25" clearance
Fiber optic cable
(not included)
cover door
14.5" (cover door open)
Air vents
in rear
spring-loaded
screw lock
Fiber head
12.5"
(cover door)
Hinge
6.75"
(overhang)
9.75"
aperture for fiber head
Flexible PVC
Conduit Fitting
for Power Hookup
start/stop color
wheel switch
7.5"
on/off
switch
7.5"
spring-loaded
screw lock
1"
FRONT VIEW
10.5"
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
7.5"
wh
ite
Hot
Neutral
Flexible PVC
Conduit Fitting
for Power Hookup
green
ck
bla
Switch
Ground
sv.750
cover door
cover door
1"
power
5.5"
Fiber
head
mounting
hole
start/stop
color
wheel
switch
fuse
fiber head
aperture
5.5"
5.5"
mounting
bracket
on/off
switch
.5" top overhang
0.25" clearance
5.5"
spring-loaded
screw lock
5"
FRONT
2"
Hinge
REAR
cover door
(cover door)
(bracket)
1.125"
5.5"
(top overhang)
5.5"
4.5"
2"
(top overhang)
Intake air
vent
& filter
Exhaust
air vent
& filter
cover door
spring-loaded
screw lock
5.5"
hinge
4.5"
10.5" (cover door open)
9.75"
6.5"
1.125"
3-5/16"
7.25"
TOP VIEW
9.5"
LEFT SIDE VIEW
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
sv.1500
low
yel
Add switch to control
color wheel start/stop:
1. Turn off power
2. Cut yellow wire
3. Add switch with 10A
contact ratings
10.5" (door open)
co
e
wir
communication
port
flexible PVC
conduit fitting
12"
14"
LEFT SIDE VIEW
hinge
aperture for
fiber head
5"
cut
here
flexible PVC
conduit fitting
r
oto
lm
hee
w
lor
(cover door)
5"
Ground
1" brackets
pow
er
en
gre
12"
Neutral
7"
bla
ck
white
13.25" (center of holes)
Hot
Fiber
Head
1"
0.375"
5.375"
TOP VIEW
12"
0.8125"
14"
BOTTOM VIEW
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
sv.2000D
on/off
color
wheel
Fiber optic
cable
communication
port
Fiber head
power
fuse/
universal power
on/off replacement fuse
socket
8.25cm
(3.25")
0.5"
REAR VIEW
13.25" (center of holes)
Air vent
& filter
15.75" (door open)
“A”
(cover door)
Key
switch
Hinge
aperture
for fiber
head
6.50"
Air vent
& filter
5"
2.5"
6.5"
30.2cm
(12")
12"
10.0"
(holes)
14"
FRONT VIEW
SIDE VIEW
1" brackets
0.5"
TOP VIEW
sv.2000W
VERTICAL MOUNT POSITION
0.5"
1" brackets
TOP
DMX In
13.25" (center of holes)
aperture
for fiber
head
DMX Out
Key
switch
flexible PVC
conduit fitting
for power hookup
DMX VERSION
communication
port
aperture
for fiber
head
flexible PVC
conduit fitting
for power hookup
Air intake
louvre
Air exhaust louvre
(must face down)
5"
2.5"
(cover door)
FRONT VIEW
15.75" (door open)
30.2cm
(12")
Hinge
(holes)
BOTTOM
Add switch to control
color wheel start/stop:
1. Turn off power
2. Cut yellow wire
3. Add switch with 10A
contact ratings
6.5"
Key
switch
8.25cm
(3.25")
Air vent
louvres
yellow wire
n
gree
powe
Ground
Fiber head
l motor
ck
white
color whee
Neutral
r
Hot bl
a
Fiber optic
cable
“A”
Air vent
louvres
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
12"
14"
LEFT SIDE VIEW
cut here
sv.4000
TOP VIEW
cover door
12.5"
4.75"
5"
(between holes)
(top overhang)
4.75"
spring-loaded
screw locks
(bracket)
1"
7.75"
cover lock
screws
14.25"
Hinge
RIGHT SIDE VIEW
16.25"
14.375"
(cover door)
fan
vent
Ground
n
gree
6"
cut here
Fiber head
communication
port
Fiber optic cable
(not included)
flexible PVC
conduit fitting for
power hookup
FRONT VIEW
aperture
for fiber
head
(overhang)
yellow wire
ck
white
color wh
Neutral
(bracket)
r
eel motor
Hot bl
a
13"
powe
Add switch to control
color wheel start/stop:
1. Turn off power
2. Cut yellow wire
3. Add switch with 10A
contact ratings
18.5" (cover door open)
fan
vent
7.75"
air
vent
1"
14.25"
LEFT SIDE VIEW
sv.250H
Capacity: 500 fibers
white PVC spacers
for tightening
aluminum
reducer
sleeve
waterproof
gasket
aluminum
ferrule
fiber tight
connector
hot knife
cable
limit of
black jacket
1/2”
INSTRUCTIONS:
CAUTION: Do not allow the black jacket portion of Endglow cables to come into the fiber tight
connector portion of the fiberhead. The black jacket material inside the fiberhead connector
may cause overheating and melting of the outer black jacket and fibers.
1. Expose the fiber strands by removing approximately 8" of the black or clear PVC outer covering. (For the
clear jacket, a reflective white PVC center core tube must be removed.) Caution: do not cut or scratch
the exposed fibers.
2. Feed fibers through the fiber tight connector, use reducer (see figure 1) if necessary, then through the
aluminum ferrule until 1/2" - 1" of raw fiber will come through the aluminum ferrule. Tighten the connector
cap with a wrench or pliers to prevent the fibers from slipping in the head. Use white PVC spacers
(provided) to help tighten the head.
3. Using a hot knife, cut the exposed fibers as flush as possible. Protruding fibers can interfere with the
color wheel movement. To cut fibers, do not use a “sawing” motion. Apply even pressure on the fibers.
NOTE: Allow the hot knife to fully heat up before cutting. It is important to allow the heat to cut the fibers.
(Caution: sawing back and forth will damage the fibers.)
4. For a wet location light source, it is necessary to use the waterproof gasket. A waterproof gasket is
provided with an adhesive backing. Adhesive side toward the fiber head.
5. The fiber head is now ready to be inserted into the light source. To insert: the notch must be face up to
match the opening in the light source. Make sure the fiber head slides all the way through the motor plate.
To lock: turn 90° clockwise. NOTE: Sometimes it will be a little hard to insert the fiber head on a new
light source for the first time.
Fiberhead Reducers
NOTE: If fibers do not fill the fiber head
ferrule, use one of the three reducers to fill
up the space.
FIGURE 1
sv.750
1
2
Fiber Head
3" - 5"
fiber
optic
strands
2
After applying epoxy, slide fiber head
about one inch over the glued area.
1"
1
A
full Fiber head
Place fibers in Fiberhead, leaving 3" to 5" in
excess.
3
3
Fiber head
half-filled
with PVC
insert.
Option: Fiber tight
connector for
sideglow™ cable.
If the amount of fibers does not completely
fill the Fiberhead, a PVC insert must be
added to compact the fibers.The type of
PVC will depend on the fiber bundle or cord.
XY
fiber
optic
strands
A
EPO
Once the fibers fit snugly into the Fiberhead,
epoxy both ends of the exposed fibers. Mix
the epoxy thoroughly into and over the fibers
in order to permanently cement them together.
5
4
fiber
optic
strands
A
After the epoxy has completely dried, cut
the fiber flush to the Fiberhead with a saw.
Do not usea hot knife when epoxy is
present.
fiber
optic
strands
A
Hand
Sander
Polish the cut fibersusing a fine grit sandpaper
and handsander. Begin with 600 grit, finish
with1000 grit, polish until smooth. Final polish
with a plastic polisher. The Fiberhead is
now ready for use.
sv.1500, sv.2000
Capacity: 500 fibers
white PVC spacers
for tightening
aluminum
reducer
sleeve
fiber tight
connector
aluminum
ferrule
waterproof
gasket
hot knife
cable
limit of
black jacket
1/2”
INSTRUCTIONS:
CAUTION: Do not allow the black jacket portion of Endglow cables to come into the fiber tight connector portion of the fiberhead.
The black jacket material inside the fiberhead connector may cause overheating and melting of the outer black jacket and
fibers.
1. Expose the fiber strands by removing approximately 8" of the black or clear PVC outer covering. NOTE: Strip back black jacket cable so it
does not any aluminum part of the fiber head. For the clear jacket, a reflective white PVC center core tube must be removed. Caution: do
not cut or scratch the exposed fibers.
2. Feed fibers through the fiber tight connector, use reducer (see figure 1) if necessary, then
through the aluminum ferrule until 1/2" - 1" of raw fiber will come through the aluminum
Aluminum Reducer Sleeves
ferrule. Tighten the connector cap with a wrench or pliers to prevent the fibers from slipping
1
2
3
in the head. Use white PVC spacers (provided) to help tighten the head. If fibers do not
band
bands
bands
fill the fiber head ferrel, insert unused fibers into the ferrel until the fiberhead is full.
3. Using a hot knife, cut the exposed fibers as flush as possible. Protruding fibers can
interfere with the color wheel movement. To cut fibers, do not use a “sawing” motion.
Apply even pressure on the fibers. NOTE: Allow the hot knife to fully heat up before
cutting. It is important to allow the heat to cut the fibers. (Caution: sawing back and forth
will damage the fibers.)
holds 100
holds 200
holds 300
4. For a wet location light source, it is necessary to use the waterproof gasket. A waterproof
fibers
fibers
fibers
gasket is provided with an adhesive backing. Adhesive side toward the fiber head.
5. The fiber head is now ready to be inserted into the light source. To insert: the notch must NOTE: If fibers do not fill the fiber head ferrule, use
be face up to match the opening in the light source. Make sure the fiber head slides all one of the three reducers to fill up the space.
the way through the motor plate. To lock: turn 90° clockwise. NOTE: Sometimes it will
FIGURE 1
be a little hard to insert the fiber head on a new light source for the first time.
sv.4000
Capacity: 300 fibers
fiber tight
connector
aluminum
ferrule
hot knife
cable
limit of
black jacket
1/2”
INSTRUCTIONS:
CAUTION: Do not allow the black jacket portion of Endglow cables to come into the fiber tight connector portion of the fiberhead.
The black jacket material inside the fiberhead connector may cause overheating and melting of the outer black jacket and
fibers.
1. Make sure all fiber optic cable coming out of the ground conduit to be long enough to reach the light source. See above (We recommend
an extra 1' - 2' of fiber cable for connection to light source).
2. Expose the fiber strands by removing approximately 8" of the black or clear PVC outer covering. (For the clear jacket, a reflective white
PVC center core tube must be removed.) Caution: do not cut or scratch the exposed fibers.
3. Feed fiber through the connector cap, fiber head ferrel until 1/2" - 1" of raw fiber will come through the fiber head ferrel. If fibers do not fill
the fiber head ferrel, insert unused fibers into the ferrel until the fiberhead is full. Tighten the connector cape with a wrench or pliers to prevent
the fibers from slipping in the head. Use white PVC spacers (provided) to help tighten the head.
4. Using a hot knife, cut the exposed fibers as flush as possible. Protruding fibers can interfere with the color wheel movement. To cut fibers,
do not use an excessive “sawing” motion. Apply even pressure on the fibers. NOTE: Allow the hot knife to fully heat up before cutting. It is
important to allow the heat to cut the fibers. (Caution: sawing back and forth will damage the fibers.)
5. For a wet location light source, it is necessary to use the waterproof gasket. A waterproof gasket is provided with an adhesive backing.
Adhesive side towards the fiber head.
6. The fiber head is now ready to be inserted into the light source. To insert: the notch must face up to match the opening in the light source.
Make sure fiberhead slides all the way through the motor plate. To lock: turn 90° clockwise.NOTE: Sometimes it will be a little hard to insert
the fiber head on a new lightsource for the first time.
Lamp Replacement for sv.250H
A
STEP 1
1. Turn off power, open cover.
2. Remove lamp cover screw (A) with phillips
screwdriver.
CAUTION: Do not touch bulb when hot. Let
cool down before replacing.
STEP 2
3. Pull lever (B) in direction shown to lift lamp
from its socket.
4. Return lever to front position.
5. Replace lamp.
6. Replace lamp cover, close light source cover
before testing.
7. Turn power on.
sv.750
A
STEP 1
1. Turn off power, open cover.
2. Pull lever (A) in direction shown to lift lamp from its
socket.
CAUTION: Do not touch bulb when hot. Let cool down
before replacing.
STEP 2
3. Remove lamp.
4. Return lever to front position.
5. Replace lamp.
6. Replace lamp cover, close light source cover before
testing.
7. Turn power on.
Lamp Replacement for sv.1500, sv.2000
A
lamp
reflector
electrical
connectors
clip holder
STEP 1
1. Turn off power, open cover.
2. Pull lamp reflector out of clip holder.
STEP 2
3. Remove electrical connectors (A).
4. Attach connectors and push new lamp
into position (refer to Figure 1). Replace
lamp with sv.150MHL lamp only.
5. Close ligth source cover and lock key
switch before testing.
6. Turn power on.
Figure 1
Lamp reflector
sv.4000
FUSE
AUTO ON/OFF
SWITCH
FAN
C
D
STEP 1
1. Turn off power, open cover.
2. Remove lamp cover (A) and its three screws (B)
with phillips screwdriver.
STEP 2
3. Remove electrical connector (C) from socket.
4. Turn spring lamp (D) clockwise to free the lamp
for removal.
STEP 3
5. Reverse steps 1 through 4 to replace lamp.
6. Replace lamp cover, close light source cover before
testing.
7. Turn power on.
Toubleshooting for all Light Sources
Illuminator will not operate:
Make sure illuminator is wired properly.
Make sure the power switch on the back of the light source is in the “up” position.
Make sure the key switch is turned fully clockwise.
If restart, let it cool down for about 3 minutes.
Contact your SUPERVISION® service representative if above steps fail.
Illuminator lamp will not light, but the fan is on:
Shut off illuminator immediately.
Check bulb connection.
If lamp still doesn’t operate, replace lamp.
Contact your SUPERVISION® service representative if above steps fail.
Illuminator lamp works, but fan is not on:
Shut off illuminator immediately.
Check fan connection.
Contact your SUPERVISION® service representative if above steps fail.
Illuminator works but does not change color:
Make sure the color wheel switch on the back of the light source is in the “on” position (for dry location light sources only).
Be sure there are no obstructions in the way of the color wheel.
Check and see if the color wheel nut is on tight.
Check to see if fiber head fibers are touching color wheel.
Illuminator intensity dims over a period of time:
Remove fiber head and inspect fibers for a flush cut at the end of the fiberhead.
Make sure glass filter and color wheel are clean. (Clean with lens paper and any glass cleaner product)
Check to see if fiberhead is inserted all the way into the motor plate.
Check to see if fan is working properly.
Make sure fiber cable exits straight out the light source without excess bending.
Check to see if fibers are melting or discoloring in the end of fiber head. (Typical cause: improper ventilation)
IIluminator shuts down after a period of time:
Check if fan is working properly.
Check location of light source for proper ventilation requirements.
Check for obstruction of air vents. (located on underside)
llluminator melts fiber at the fiber head:
Check location of light source for proper ventilation requirements.
Check if fan is working properly.
Check for obstructions at air vents. (located on underside)
Water is entering into the light source (sv.250H & sv.2000W only)
Check gasket for defects. (sv.250H & sv.2000W)
Check to see if louvres are facing n the down position. (sv.2000W)
Make sure is wall mounted, that fiberhead is facing down. (sv.2000W)
Specifications for sv.250H
UL Listed for Wet Locations
Input Voltage/Current
• 120 VAC. 60Hz / 1.8 Amps
• CE: 220-240VAC, 50Hz, .9 Amps
Lamp
• 250 Watt Halogen MR-16 ELC
• 600 average life hours
Power Consumption
• 250 Watts maximum
Color Wheel
• Standard 4 Color Wheel: clear, hot pink, lime green, cyan.
• Optional 8 Color Wheel: clear, cyan, yellow, turquoise, orange, dark
blue, hot pink, lime green.
Optional Colors
• Blue-magenta, magenta, red magenta, primary blue, medium blue,
dark green, primary green, amber, red (call for lead times).
Motors
• Standard 3 RPM motor “one direction only”, 50,000 life hours.
Fan
• 80,000 life hours
• 120 VAC 60 Hz /115 CFM/ 20 Watt
• 220 VAC 50 Hz . 115 CFM / 21 Watt
Safety Features
• Thermal protector “shuts down illuminator when temperature reaches
185°F.
• Current protector “protects illuminator from current spikes”.
Operating Temperature
• -20°F to 110°F
• -29°C to 44°C
Dimensions
• 7.5”W* x 12.5”L x 7.8”H (14.5 with door open), *add 2.5” for fiberhead.
Weight
• 18 lbs.
Finish
• Powder coating silver vein, no bare metal inside or out.
• Water, corrosion and chemical resistant.
Standard Features
• On/off power switch.
• Stop/start color wheel switch.
• 1/2” flexible conduit fitting for hard wiring. for use with flexible meal
conduit.
Location Listing / Installation
• Indoor/Outdoor - surface or wall mount.
Ventilation
• Forced ventilation 115 CFM, 6” clearance required to nearest surface.
2’ clearance between each illuminator.
Storage Temperature
• -40°F to 140°F
• -40°C to 60°C
Fiber Capacity
• 500 strands maximum
Warranty:
• 1 Year, excluding lamp.
sv.750
UL Listed for Wet Locations
Input Voltage/Current
• 120 VAC. 60Hz / .75 Amps
• CE: 220-240VAC, 50Hz, .56 Amps
• 12 VAC / 6.5 Amps
Lamp
• 75 watt MR-16 EYC watt maximum
• 4000 average life hours
Power Consumption
• 88 Watts maximum
Safety Features
• Thermal protector “shuts down illuminator when temperature reaches
122°F.
• Current protector “protects illuminator from current spikes”.
• Power inlet - 2 Amp fuse (extra fuse provided).
Operating Temperature
• -20°F to 110°F
• -29°C to 44°C
Dimensions
• 7.5”W* x 9.5”L x 5.75”H (11” with door open), *add 2.5” for fiberhead.
Weight
• 7 lbs.
Finish
• Powder coating silver vein, no bare metal inside or out.
• Water, corrosion and chemical resistant.
Standard Features
• Universal power inlet with on/off power switch.
• Stop/start color wheel switch.
• AC power cord.
Location Listing / Installation
• Indoor - surface or wall mount.
Ventilation
• Forced ventilation 21 CFM, 6” clearance required to nearest surface.
• 2’ clearance between each illuminator.
Warranty
• 1 Year, excluding lamp.
sv.1500
UL Listed for Dry Locations
Input Voltage/Current
• 120 VAC, 60Hz
• CE: 220-240VAC, 50Hz
• 100 VAC / 50-60 Amps
• 277 VAC, 60Hz
Lamp
• 150 Watt metal halide
• 6000 average life hours
Power Consumption
• 200 Watts maximum
Color Wheel
• Standard 4 Color Wheel: clear, hot pink, lime green, cyan.
• Optional 8 Color Wheel: clear, cyan, yellow, turquoise, orange, dark
blue, hot pink, lime green.
Optional Colors
• Blue-magenta, magenta, red magenta, primary blue, medium blue,
dark green, primary green, amber, red (call for lead times).
Safety Features
• Thermal protector “shuts down illuminator when temperature reaches
185°F.
• Current protector “protects illuminator from current spikes”.
• Power inlet - 2 Amp fuse (extra fuse provided).
Operating Temperature
• -20°F to 110°F
• -29°C to 44°C
Dimensions
• 7”W* x 12”L x 5”H (10.5” with door open), *add 2.5” for fiberhead.
Weight
• 16 lbs.
Finish
• Black wrinkle powder coat
• Water, corrosion and chemical resistant.
Standard Features
• 1/2” flexible conduit - rady for use with flexible metal conduit..
Location Listing / Installation
• Indoor - surface or wall mount.
Ventilation
• Forced ventilation 115 CFM, 6” clearance required to nearest surface.
• 2’ clearance between each illuminator.
Warranty
• 1 Year, excluding lamp.
Specifications for sv.2000D
UL/cUL Listed for Dry Locations
Input Voltage/Current
• 120 VAC. 60Hz / 1.8 Amps
• CE: 220-240VAC, 50Hz. / 9 Amps
• 277 VAC, 60Hz / .8 Amps
Lamp
• 150 Watt metal halide
• 6000 average life hours
• Reflector - Super Vision design
Fuse
• 5 Amp
Power Consumption
• 200 Watts maximum
Color Wheel
• Standard 4 Color Wheel: clear, hot pink, lime green, cyan.
• Optional 8 Color Wheel: clear, cyan, yellow, turquoise, orange, dark blue,
hot pink, lime green.
Optional Colors
• Blue-magenta, magenta, red magenta, primary blue, medium blue, dark
green, primary green, amber, red (call for lead times).
Motors
• Standard 3 RPM motor “one direction only”, 50,000 life hours.
Fan
• 80,000 life hours
• 120 VAC 60 Hz /115 CFM/ 20 Watt
• 220 VAC 50 Hz / 115 CFM / 21 Watt
Safety Features
• Thermal protector shuts down when temperatures reach 185°F.
• Current protector “protects illuminator from current spikes”.
• Power inlet with 5 Amp fuse and extra fuse.
• Power key switch (must be off to open illuminator)
Operating Temperature
• -20°F to 110°F
• -29°C to 44°C
Dimensions
• 10”W* x 12”L x 6.5”H (15.5” with door open), *add 2.5” for fiberhead.
Weight
• 24 lbs.
Finish
• Powder coating silver vein, no bare metal inside or out.
• Water, corrosion and chemical resistant.
Standard Features
• Universal power inlet with on/off switch.
• On/off color wheel switch.
• On/off power key swicth / door lock.
Location Listing / Installation
• Indoor - surface or wall mount.
Ventilation
• Forced ventilation 115 CFM, 6” clearance required to nearest surface. 2’
clearance between each illuminator.
Storage Temperature
• -40°F to 140°F
• -40°C to 60°C
Fiber Capacity
• 500 strands maximum
Warranty:
• 1 Year, excluding lamp.
sv.2000W
UL/cUL Listed for Dry Locations
Input Voltage/Current
• 120 VAC. 60Hz / 1.8 Amps
• CE: 220-240VAC, 50Hz. / 9 Amps
• 277 VAC, 60Hz / .8 Amps
Lamp
• 150 Watt metal halide
• 6000 average life hours
• Reflector - Super Vision design
Power Consumption
• 200 Watts maximum
Color Wheel
• Standard 4 Color Wheel: clear, hot pink, lime green, cyan.
• Optional 8 Color Wheel: clear, cyan, yellow, turquoise, orange, dark blue,
hot pink, lime green.
Optional Colors
• Blue-magenta, magenta, red magenta, primary blue, medium blue, dark
green, primary green, amber, red (call for lead times).
Motors
• Standard 3 RPM motor “one direction only”, 50,000 life hours.
Fan
• 80,000 life hours
• 120 VAC 60 Hz /115 CFM/ 20 Watt
• 220 VAC 50 Hz / 115 CFM / 21 Wattq
Safety Features
• Thermal protector shuts down when temperatures reach 185°F.
• Current protector “protects illuminator from current spikes”.
• Power key switch (must be off to open illuminator)
Operating Temperature
• -20°F to 110°F
• -29°C to 44°C
Dimensions
• 10”W* x 12”L x 6.5”H (15.5” with door open), *add 2.5” for fiberhead.
Weight
• 24 lbs. 11
Finish
• Powder coating silver vein, no bare metal inside or out.
• Water, corrosion and chemical resistant.
Standard Features
• 1/2” flexible conduit -ready for use with flexible metal conduit.
Location Listing / Installation
• Outdoor - surface or wall mount, must be 4’ above ground for UL approval.
Ventilation
• Forced ventilation 115 CFM, 6” clearance required to nearest surface. 2’
clearance between each illuminator.
Storage Temperature
• -40°F to 140°F
• -40°C to 60°C
Fiber Capacity
• 500 strands maximum
Warranty:
• 1 Year, excluding lamp.
sv.4000
UL Listed for Damp Locations
Input Voltage/Current
• 120 VAC, 60Hz
• CE: 220-240VAC, 50Hz
• 100 VAC / 50-60 Amps
• 277 VAC, 60Hz
Lamp
• 400 Wat metal halide
• 1500 average life hours
Power Consumption
• 200 Watts maximum
Color Wheel
• Standard 4 Color Wheel: clear, hot pink, lime green, cyan.
• Optional 8 Color Wheel: clear, cyan, yellow, turquoise, orange, dark blue,
hot pink, lime green.
Optional Colors
• Blue-magenta, magenta, red magenta, primary blue, medium blue, dark
green, primary green, amber, red (call for lead times).
Safety Features
• Thermal protector “shuts down illuminator when temperature reaches 185°F.
• Current protector “protects illuminator from current spikes”.
• Power inlet - 2 Amp fuse (extra fuse provided).
Operating Temperature
• -20°F to 110°F
• -29°C to 44°C
Dimensions
• 7”W* x 12”L x 5”H (10.5” with door open), *add 2.5” for fiberhead.
Weight
• 16 lbs.
Finish
• White powder coat
• Water, corrosion and chemical resistant.
Standard Features
• 1/2” flexible conduit - ready for use with flexible metal conduit..
Location Listing / Installation
• Indoor - surface or wall mount.
Ventilation
• Forced ventilation 220 CFM, 6” clearance required to nearest surface.
• 2’ clearance between each illuminator.
Warranty
• 1 Year, excluding lamp.
Warranty
Super Vision International, Inc. warranties its products, excluding lamps
workmanship, under normal use, conditions and service, for a period of
purchase.
In event of a defect in material or workmanship, during warranty period,
its discretion) its products under the conditions of the Warranty. Super
materials but not for shipping. THIS REMEDY IS THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE RE
ALL CLAIMS RELATING TO ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY BY Super Vision¤.
LIMITATIONS, EXCLUSIONS AND OTHER RIGHTS:
1. Except as provided herein, Super Vision¤ makes no other warranties,
limited to the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a p
are expressly disclaimed. Some states do not allow the exclusion of an
may not apply to you.
2. Super Vision¤ is not responsible for defects or malfunctions in and/
sale is specifically made without warranty.
In such sales the disclai
above, shall continue to apply.
3. The Warranty covers normal consumer use and does not cover damage whi
or failure which results from alteration, accident, theft, misuse, abu
improper maintenance or where adequate care has not been taken to preve
4. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE
VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
If you discover a defect or malfunction during the period to which this
Vision¤ for information on receiving warranty service.
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8210 Presidents Drive
Orlando, Florida 32809
U.S.A.