COEF MP250 ZOOM Operating instructions

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MP250 Zoom
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• OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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INDEX
1.0
HOW TO USE THE MANUAL .........................................................................................................
1.1 TECHNICAL NOTES ................................................................................................................
pag. 4
pag. 4
2.0
INSTALLATION ..............................................................................................................................
pag. 5
2.1 Lamp mounting and re-lamping .................................................................................................
pag. 5
2.2 Lamp adjustment .......................................................................................................................
pag. 5
2.3 Projector installation ..................................................................................................................
pag. 6
2.4 Advices for a correct installation ................................................................................................
pag. 6
3.0 POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION ......................................................................................................
pag. 7
3.1 DMX 512 CONNECTION ...........................................................................................................
pag. 7
4.0 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS AND PROJECTOR ASSIGNMENT..............................................................
pag. 8
4.1 MENU & FUNCTIONS ..............................................................................................................
pag. 9
5.0 CHANNELS AND DIGITAL VALUES ...............................................................................................
pag. 10
pag. 11
6.0 FOCUS ADJUSTMENT ....................................................................................................................
pag. 12
7.0 ZOOM ADJUSTMENT ......................................................................................................................
pag. 12
8.0 GOBOS REPLACEMENT ..................................................................................................................
pag. 12
9.0
ORINARY MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................
pag. 13
9.1
EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE .....................................................................................
pag. 13
9.2
ELECTRONIC MAINTENANCE .............................................................................................
pag. 14
10.0
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................................................................
pag. 15
11.0
CONFORMITY DECLARATION ....................................................................................................
pag. 16
12.0
ELECTRIC DIAGRAM ...................................................................................................................
pag. 17
13.0
DIMENSIONS ................................................................................................................................
pag. 18
14.0
PARTS ASSEMBLY .....................................................................................................................
pag. 19
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15.0
TECHNICAL NOTES ....................................................................................................................
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1.0 HOW TO USE THE MANUAL
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 repairs.
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.
1.1 TECHNICAL NOTES
MP250 Zoom
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Code: 02E003
MSD 250/2 lamp - 250 W - 2.000 hours life - 8.000 °k
540° PAN - 270° TILT
16 bit movement resolution
PAN and TILT automatic repositioning
6 metal and 2 dichroich rotating gobos all interchangeable and indexable on 540°
10 additional metal gobos given with the projector
1 selectable beam reducer
10 colors + white + 8 bi-colors
Rainbow effect adjustable in speed
Black light filter
Linear dimmer from 0% to 100%
Mechanical shutter
Adjustable strobe
Power
4 Lenses optical system
Linear zoom from 12° to 22°
v~
Focus adjustment
100
Multifunctional display
Remote reset via DMX, selectable from display
100
Remote ON/OFF lamp via DMX, selectable from display
120
Software Upgrade via DMX (UNI-PROG 8 optional available)
120
Internal self-test with led indication
200
Internal power factor correction - absorbed power 1,4 A.
200
DMX 512 Standard
230
8/9 control channels
230
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supply | Absorbed power
Hz
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60
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60
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60
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60
4,3A
3,6A
3,6A
3,0A
2,2A
1,8A
1,7A
1,8A
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2.0
INSTALLATION
The constructor is not to be considered responsible in the case of:
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improper use of 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
2.1 LAMP MOUNTING AND REPLACING
The unit 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.
Screw the two screws off (part.A) and remove the round cover
that’s supporting the lampholder. Insert the lamp (MSD250/2) in
the socket. Insert delicately the lamp inthe 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.
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 bare hands in order to avoid burns.
2.2
LAMP ADJUSTMENT
Lamp adjstment is necessary to obtain a uniform and powerful light beam. Switch on the projector and set the
shutter to open, set the color as white. Adjust the three screws (part. B) until you reach the ideal condition between
power and homogeneity.
WARNING! The lamp is pre-regulated by the factory. Only fine-adjustment is required. Don’t move the screws B
up to upper or lower extremities.
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2.3
PROJECTOR INSTALLATION
To fix the MP250 Zoom 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 MP250
Zoom‘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 giving 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.
2.4 ADVICES FOR A CORRECT INSTALLATION
The following conditions have to be respected for a correct operation:
1) Do not install the projector outside where the influence of atmospheric factors could damage the unit working (rain, wind, intense heat etc.).
2) Do not clean the projector using water jets or immersion in different liquids. Scrupulously follow the indications given in the chapter MAINTENANCE.
3) Make the electric connections and the installation / replacement of the lamp after haved disconnected the
power supply and after haved positioned the power switch to OFF.
4) 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.
5) Make sure that the projector is correctly fixed on the support as indicated in par.2.3.
1,5 mt.
6) 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.
7) Minimum distance from inflammable materials: 0.3 meters
8) MAX ambient temperature: 40° C.
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3.0
POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONS
Supply the projector by connecting it as indicated in picture
Power supply: 100/120/200/230 V~ 50-60 Hz. Voltage and frequency as indicated on the rear of the projector.
Power absorbed: see table pag. 4
3.1
DMX 512 CONNECTIONS
Connect the projector to the control unit by means of a RG58 or RG59 coaxial cable supplied with 3 Pin XRL
Cannon plugs and connectors. Respect, according to the indications on the panel, the input and the output of the
DMX 512 signal.
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4.0
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS AND PROJECTOR ASSIGNMENT
On the front panel of MP250 Zoom 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 E, F, G, H buttons, respectively indicated as MENU, ENTER, DOWN and
UP.
The display D will inform you about the selected functions.
The 3 A, B, and C leds will allow you to know:
A = reception of the DMX line.
B = lamp ON.
C = errors 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 CH89 function, MISC menu (see Table 4.1 Menu/Fuctions), we shall
be able to check the MP250 Zoom with the 1 to X channels (8 or 9 according to how the setting is) of the DMX line.
This enables us to make MP250 Zoom (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 (E) permits to go backwards by one level.
G and H (DOWN and UP) buttons select functions and sub-functions.
Button F (ENTER) enters the function and confirms a control.
By pressing Button MENU (E) and buttons UP and DOWN (H and G) you can select the menu you have to modify.
Once the wished menu is reached, press Button F (ENTER) to confirm your selection and enter the function.
Press G or H 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 H (UP) 11 times up to “MISC”
Press ENTER the Display will show “RSET”
Press H (UP) twice up to “DSPL”
Press ENTER the Display will show “ONOF”
Press H (UP) once up to “STRV”
Press ENTER the Display will show “STND”; this is the actual configuration state.
Press H (UP) once up to R.E.V..; the blinking point indicate the available configuration.
Press ENTER ...... The Display visualization as been rotated to 180°.
Press MENU 4 times to return to starting MENU.
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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4.1 MENU, FUNCTION & SUB-FUNCTION
MENU
FUNCTION
DMX
(*) 1 / 255
SUB-FUNCTION
DESCRIPTION
DMX start channel
LAMP
SHOW - KH, H
RESET - GO?
SHOW - KH, H
TIME
MACH
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
E510
E260
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/sensor
Malfunction of the TILT motor/sensor
Malfunction of the PAN Encoder
Malfunction of the TILT Encoder
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
PAN
HOME
TEST
STRV
ENCO
(*) STND / REV
(*) ON / OFF
HOME PAN movement
TEST PAN movement
Switch movement direction ( DX / SX)
ON/OFF the automatic repositioning of the PAN
TILT
HOME
TEST
STRV
ENCO
(*) STND / REV
(*) ON / OFF
HOME TILT movement
TEST TILT movement
Switch movement direction (UP / DOWN)
ON/OFF the automatic repositioning of the TILT
SCH
da CH1 a CH9
0 / 255
DMX value for the indicated channel
ONOF
ON
OFF
AUTO
(*) NO / YES
LAMP ON
LAMP OFF
LAMP OFF after 1 hour of no change on DMX
LAMP switching on by DMX control
(*) 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
Pojector control (8 or 9 channels)
Show the installed software version
LAMP
CDMX
RSET
RDMX
DSPL
MISC
SWPT
CH 8/9
VER
(*) default value- factory assigned
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5.0
8 CHANNELS
CH
1
2
MODE1
CHANNELS AND DIGITAL VALUES
9 CHANNELS
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
Faster shut down
127-132 DIMMER 0 > 100% middle Faster shut down
133-138 DIMMER 0 > 100% fast
Faster shut down
139-144 DIMMER 100% > 0 slow
Faster open
145-150 DIMMER 100% > 0 middle Faster open
151-156 DIMMER 100% > 0 fast
Faster open
157-162 Dimmer 0 > 100% > 0
slow
163-168 Dimmer 0 > 100% > 0
middle
169-174 Dimmer 0 > 100% > 0
fast
175-180 Strobe lamp from 1 to 6 random [reg. 0.0-0.5 sec.]
181-186 Strobe lamp from 1 to 6 random [reg. 0.6-1.5 sec.]
187-192 Strobe 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 channel 9 value
101-110 DIMMER 0 > 100% Automatic 6 sec.
111-120 DIMMER 100% > 0 Automatic 6 sec.
121-126 DIMMER 0 > 100% slow
Faster shut down
127-132 DIMMER 0 > 100% middle Faster shut down
133-138 DIMMER 0 > 100% fast
Faster shut down
139-144 DIMMER 100% > 0 slow
Faster open
145-150 DIMMER 100% > 0 middle Faster open
151-156 DIMMER 100% > 0 fast
Faster open
157-162 Dimmer 0 > 100% > 0
slow
163-168 Dimmer 0 > 100% > 0
middle
169-174 Dimmer 0 > 100% > 0
fast
175-180 Strobe lamp from 1 to 6 random [reg. 0.0-0.5 sec.]
181-186 Strobe lamp from 1 to 6 random [reg. 0.6-1.5 sec.]
187-192 Strobe 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
Neutral
6 - 15
Yellow
16 - 25
Blue
26 - 35
Magenta
36 - 45
Green light
46 - 55
Orange
56 - 65
Cyano
66 - 75
Pink
76 - 85
Red
86 - 95
Blu light
96 - 105 Green
106 - 115 Wood
116 - 125 White-Yellow
126 - 135 Yellow-Blue
136 - 145 Blue-Magenta
146 - 155 Green light-Orange
156 - 165 Orange-Cyano
166 - 175 Cyano-Pink
176 - 185 Red-Blue light
186 - 195 Blue light-Green
196 - 200 Random full-color (slow)
201 - 205 Random full-color (fast)
206 - 230 CW Rotation adjustment
231 - 255 CCW Rotation adjustment
COLOR MODE 1
0-5
Neutral
6 - 15
Yellow
16 - 25
Blue
26 - 35
Magenta
36 - 45
Green light
46 - 55
Orange
56 - 65
Cyano
66 - 75
Pink
76 - 85
Red
86 - 95
Blu light
96 - 105 Green
106 - 115 Wood
116 - 125 White-Yellow
126 - 135 Yellow-Blue
136 - 145 Blue-Magenta
146 - 155 Green light-Orange
156 - 165 Orange-Cyano
166 - 175 Cyano-Pink
176 - 185 Red-Blue light
186 - 195 Blue light-Green
196 - 200 Random full-color (slow)
201 - 205 Random full-color (fast)
206 - 230 CW Rotation adjustment
231 - 255 CCW 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
2
41 - 45
Red
46 - 50
Blu light
MODE2
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 CCW Rotation adjustment
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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 CCW Rotation adjustment
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8 CHANNELS
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
GOBO 2
chann.4
GOBO 3
chann.4
GOBO 4
chann.4
Reduction
GOBO 5
chann.4
GOBO 6
chann.4
GOBO 7
chann.4
GOBO 8
chann.4
GOBO 1
chann.4
GOBO 2
chann.4
GOBO 3
chann.4
GOBO 4
chann.4
GOBO 5
chann.4
GOBO 6
chann.4
GOBO 7
chann.4
GOBO 8
chann.4
GOBOS Fast random
GOBOS Slow random
CW Rotation adjustment
CCW Rotation adjustment
9 CHANNELS
controls rotation
controls rotation
controls rotation
controls rotation
controls rotation
controls rotation
controls rotation
controls rotation
controls position
controls position
controls position
controls position
controls position
controls position
controls position
controls position
GOBOS
0 - 10
1 1- 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
GOBO 2
chann.4
GOBO 3
chann.4
GOBO 4
chann.4
Reduction
GOBO 5
chann.4
GOBO 6
chann.4
GOBO 7
chann.4
GOBO 8
chann.4
GOBO 1
chann.4
GOBO 2
chann.4
GOBO 3
chann.4
GOBO 4
chann.4
GOBO 5
chann.4
GOBO 6
chann.4
GOBO 7
chann.4
GOBO 8
chann.4
GOBOS Fast random
GOBOS Slow random
CW Rotation adjustment
CCW Rotation adjustment
controls rotation
controls rotation
controls rotation
controls rotation
controls rotation
controls rotation
controls rotation
controls rotation
controls position
controls position
controls position
controls position
controls position
controls position
controls position
controls position
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GOBOS ROTATION
0-5
STOP
6 - 255
From 0 to 540° GOBO positioning
6 - 130
CW Rotation adjustment of the GOBO
131 - 255 CCW 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 CCW Rotation adjustment of the GOBO
5
PAN MOVEMENT
PAN MOVEMENT
6
PAN MOVEMENT FINE ADJUSTMENT
PAN MOVEMENT FINE ADJUSTMENT
7
TILT MOVEMENT
TILT MOVEMENT
8
TILT MOVEMENT FINE ADJUSTMENT
TILT MOVEMENT FINE ADJUSTMENT
DIMMER
0 - 10
DIMMER CLOSED
11 - 250 DIMMER Adjustment
251 - 255 DIMMER OPEN
9
WARNING : position CHANNEL 1 at a value between 6 and 100,
in order to control DIMMER with this channel.
SPECIAL ACTION
When the lamp control via DMX (CDMX) and the RDMX function have been activated in the configuration menu, it’s possible,
by a combination of the channels values, to control the lamp switch ON/OFF or to allow the projector MASTER RESET.
Lamp ON via DMX:
CHANNEL 2 = value 0
CHANNEL 3 and CHANNEL 4 = value 0 > 255 > 0
Lamp OFF via DMX:
CHANNEL 2 = value 255
CHANNEL 3 and CHANNEL 4 = value 0 > 255 > 0
MASTER RESET:
CHANNEL 1 = value 0
CHANNEL 2 and CHANNEL 3 = value 0 > 255 > 0
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6.0
FOCUS ADJUSTMENT
7.0
ZOOM ADJUSTMENT
12°
21°
The width of the light beam of the MP250 Zoom is adjustable between 12° and 21° by means of the knob located
on the front part of the projector and indicated with the writing ZOOM.
Position your projector and adjust this knob in order to obtain the desired beam width.
Do not force your adjustment beyond the upper and lower limits of the available stroke.
8.0 GOBOS REPLACEMENT
WARNING: switch off the projector before operating
Open the cover of the MP250 Zoom first, by means of
the 4 release-screws which hold it to the frame.
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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9.0
ORDINARY MAINTENANCE
The ordinary maintenance is fundamental for the perfect efficiency of MP250 Zoom, in order to
prevent any functional defect as a reduced light beam or irregularities in the movement of the projector or of other rotating parts.
The parts which need more maintenance are shown in the figures. In order to free them from
dust or grease, clean them with a soft cloth and normal products for windows cleaning.
9.1
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 let you operate more easily,
we advice you to remove the two top covers of MP250 Zoom and the two basis covers. 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 parts that have to be cleaned and, at the same time, the
whole mechanical structure mounted with all its components is 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 .
The section shutter/strobo doesn’t use sensors during the reset positioning but it’s conditioned by a mechanical beat of the shutter shovels.
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9.2 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 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, 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.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
The projector doesn’t switch on
CAUSE
ACTION
- The power supply is not present
Check if the luminous indicator is lighted
or not.
- The lamp is not working
Replace the lamp.
The projector switches on but - Wrong DMX configuration
doesn’t answer to commands
Make sure that the projector is correctly
configurated.
- Defective cables
Replace or repair the DMX cable.
- Defective control unit
Chek the control unit by means of other
working projectors.
Technical aid is required.
Defecting projection
Projection with halo
- The lens is broken
Ceck that the lens are not broken.
- Dust or grease stored on lenses
Remove dust or grease stored on lenses.
- Not aligned Lamp
Lamp adjustment (see 2.2 chapter)
- Dust or grease stored on the all Carefully clean the optical group lenses
parts of projector.
and the projector components (see “Maintenance” chapter)
The color or other effects doesn’t - Position sensor dirty with dust or Carefully clean the optical group lenses
coincide to the selected value.
grease
and the projector components (see “Main- Defective Motor
tenance” chapter)
- Electronic board
Technical aid is required.
The PAN movement doesn’t co- - Position sensor dirty with dust or Carefully clean the optical group lenses
incide to the selected value
grease
and the projector components (see “Main- Defective Motor
tenance” chapter)
- Electronic board
Technical aid is required.
The projector does not carry out - ENCO OFF in the PAN/TILT confi- Set ON ENCO Function of PAN/TILT conthe automatic repositioning of the guration menu
figuration MENU (cap. 4.1)
PAN or TILT movements.
Technical aid is required.
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CONFORMITY DECLARATION
Declaration of CE Conformity
We, Manufacturer/Importer
COEF srl.
Via Albinatico, 80-82
51019 Ponte Buggianese (Pistoia)
ITALY
Declare that the product
MP250 Zoom
Is 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
Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) high
frequency equipment
Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of broadcast receivers and associated equipment
Disturbances in supply systems caused by
household appliances and similar electrical eqipment “Harmonics”
EN 61000-3-3
Disturbances in supply systems caused by
household appliances and similar electrical eqipment “Voltage fluctuations”
Generic emission standard Part 1:
Residual, commercial and light industry
Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of household electrical appliances, portable tools
and similar electrical apparatus
Generic immunity standard Part 1:
Residual, commercial and light industry
Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of fluorescent lampsand luminaries
EN 55022
Generic emission standard Part 2:
Industrial environment
Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of information technology equipment
Generic immunity standard Part 2:
Industrial environment
Immunity from radio interference of broadcast receivers and associated equipment
Cabled distribution systems; Equipment
for receiving and/or distribution from sound
and television signals
EN 60065
Safety requirements for mains operated
electronic and related apparatus for household and similar general use
Safety of household and similar electrical
appliances
Date: Ponte Buggianese, 26 July 2000
Immunity requirements for household appliances tols and similar apparatus
EN 61547
Equipment for general lighting purposes
(immunity)
EN 60598-1
Light fixtures
General instructions and tests
EN 60598-2-17
Light fixtures. General instructions and
tests. Equipment fixtures for stages, TV
and cinema studios
Name: Alfonso Ceccarelli
Position: Managing Director
Signature:
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ELECTRIC DIAGRAM
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DIMENSIONS
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PART ASSEMBLY
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