Avers Electric projection screen User`s manual

Electric projection screen
Avers Contour
User’s manual
Read these instructions carefully before operating the screen.
Dear Customer,
Thank you very much for the purchase of our product. The manual booklet contains all operation information
you may require to install properly and operate the screen. We hope it will help you to get the most performance and
enjoyment of your new screen. Enjoy time with the Avers Screens product.
SAFETY INFORMATION
NOTICE: Important safety information.
Follow the instructions described in the operating manual for safety reasons. After reading the manual, please store
it in a safe place just in case you need it in the future.
NOTICE: THE DEVICE HAVE TO BE EARTHED.
WARNING:
1) Disconnect the device from the power supply if it will not be used within longer period of time.
2) Do not open the casing of the device in order to avoid possible electric shock. There are not any user operated
parts inside the case of the screen. All service work can be done by Avers Authorized Service Center personnel
only.
3) Do not remove the Ground pin from the power outlet neither connect the device to the socket without the Ground
pin. If you can't put the plug to the power outlet, please ask electrician for assistance.
Table of contents:
1. Safety rules
1.1. Declaration of Conformity CE
2. Product specification
2.1. Contents of package
2.2. Technical data
3. Screen installation
3.1. Installation directions
3.2. Screen installation at segmented recessed ceiling
3.3. Screen installation at cardboard-plaster recessed ceiling
3.4. Electric installation
3.5. Programming
4. Screen operation
4.1. Manual operation
4.2. Screen maintenance
4.3. Before asking for service
5. Warranty conditions
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1. SAFETY RULES
SAFETY INFORMATION
NOTICE: Important safety information. It is important for the safety of persons to follow these instructions.
After reading the manual, please save it just in case of need in the future
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Do not allow children to play with the fixed controls (remote control).
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Keep the remote control unit out of reach of children.
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Frequently examine the screen installation for imbalance and signs of wear or damage to cables. Do not use if repair or
adjustment is necessary.
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Watch the moving screen and keep the people away until the screen is completely rolled in/out. It will help to avoid
injuries caused with moving screen.
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Do not attach any objects to the screen’s bottom bar. Screen damage and/or person injury danger.
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All installation work should be carried out by the qualified technician.
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Improper installation of the screen can cause device damage or health breakdown.
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Ceiling/wall installation can be done with the originally supplied mounting brackets dedicated for this model only.
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Do not do anything that may damage the power cable or power plug.
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Do not damage the power cable: make any modifications by your own, put it near the hot objects, bend it strongly,
twist it, pull out the power cable, put the heavy objects on the cable, wrap it into the bundle.
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Operation of the screen with damaged power cord can result with electric shock, electric short circuit and fire.
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Do not touch the power cable and the power plug with wet hands.
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Always follow the instructions described in the operating manual.
1.1. Declaration of Conformity CE
Manufacturer’s Dedlaration of ConformityCE
AVERS Screens Sp. z o.o.
Under it’s own responsibility declares:
All screensand accessories mentioned below are manufactured in Polandaccording to the essential safety
requirements of Council Directive 98/79/WE
Projection screens: Stratus, AkuStratus, Focus, Cumulus X, Solar, Solaris, Contour, Altus,
Cirrus CL, Cirrus X, Cirrus X crank
Projector mount brackets: Alumount, Promount, SimpleMount, Prolift
The above mentioned products are in conformity with the European Directives
and especially with the norms:
PN-EN 55014-1:2007(U)
PN-EN 50082-1:1997
PN-EN 60335-1:2004
PN-EN 61000-3-2:2007
PN-EN 61000-3-3:1997
IEC 60335-2-97:2007
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2. Product specification
Electrically rolled projection screen designed for fixed installation at projection systems for business presentations
and/or home cinema applications. Best picture quality can be reached based when the selection of the projection surface
type and size will be optimal for the, projection device (projector) and projection conditions at the planed installation.
Optional remote control system can significantly improve comfort of use of the screen.
2.1. Contents of packaging
Please check carefully if any physical damage of the screen has not happen during transportation. Please inspect the
package for all accessories presented below:
M8 x 6
x4
x2
x2
x4
M6x25 x 4
x2
M6 x 4
Complete screen x 1
x 14*)
Handling magnets
x 14*)
Fitting springs
Installation accessories
Installation brackets
Wall switch x 1
Regulation wrench x 1
Operation manual x 1
*) quantity depends on the screen width: 180cm - 14pcs.; 210cm - 16pcs.; 240cm - 18pcs.
2.2 Technical Data
Projection fabrics characteristics:
- Matt White (MW) – a special screen dedicated polyester fabric double side covered with vinyl, black back surface
and white front (projection) surface, recommended for application with DLP and LCD multimedia projectors.
Neutral color of the surface enables projection from any directions. Gain: 1.0, viewing angle: 150 degrees,
thickness: 0,35 mm.
- Matt Grey (MG) – a special screen dedicated polyester fabric double side covered with vinyl, black back surface
and grey front (projection) surface, recommended for application with high brightness DLP and LCD multimedia
projectors. The surface offers deeper level of black and more realistic rich dark colors recognized as a feeling of higher
image contrast. Recommended for home cinema applications. Gain: 0,8. viewing angle: 150 degrees,
thickness: 0,35 mm.
- White Ice (WI) – White color vinyl monofoil, matt front size (projection), gloss rear side, dedicated for projection with
LCD and DLP projectors. Fabrics with slightly directional characteristics dedicated for business presentations.
Gain 1,2 , viewing angle 120 degrees, thickness 0,4mm.
- New Coral (NC) – Rear projection white vinyl monofoil, gloss front side (projection), matt rear side, dedicated for rear
projection with LCD and DLP projectors. Recommended for business presentations due to directional optical
characteristics of the fabrics. Gain 3,2 , viewing angle 90 degrees, thickness 0,6mm.
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Dimensions of projection screens.
Screen width Viewing area
size [cm]
[cm]
Screen
aspect
ratio
Screen case size
W x H x D [cm]
Projection fabrics
max. length [cm]
Top belt
width [cm]
Version *) Net
weigth**)
ceiling modul
masking modul
170 x 95,6
16:9
141
35
BT
9,6
170 x 127,5
4:3
153
8
BB
9,4
199,1 x 11 x 10,6
170
x
95,6
16:9
123,5
8
BB
9,4
180
180 x 118,2
16:9
123,5
9,0
203,8 x 15,7 x 0,5
180 x 135
4:3
150
9,4
180 x 180
1:1
190
9,7
200 x 112,5
16:9
158
35
BT
12,1
200 x 150
4:3
168
8
BB
11,9
229,1 x 11 x 10,6
200
x
112,5
16:9
130,5
8
BB
11,6
210
210 x 118,2
16:9
130,5
11,6
233,8 x 15,7 x 0,5
210 x 157,5
4:3
168
11,9
210 x 210
1:1
220
12,2
230 x 129,5
16:9
174,5
35
BT
14,3
230 x 172,5
4:3
190
8
BB
14,0
259,1 x 11 x 10,6
230
x
129,5
16:9
147
8
BB
13,6
240
240 x 135
16:9
147
13,6
263,8 x 15,7 x 0,5
240 x 180
4:3
190
14,0
240 x 240
1:1
250
14,4
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BT and BB versions are available with MW, MG and WI fabrics
Version BB – 5 cm width black border surrounding the viewing area
Version BT – 5 cm width black border surrounding the viewing area and additional black top 30 cm above the top black border.
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approximate value for the screen with Matt White fabrics
Motor:
Electric tubular engine AC:
Voltage: 220-240V AC 50 Hz, 125 W
Power consumption:
0,52A
Rotation speed: 28 rot./min
Torque: 3 Nm
max. operation time*): 4 min
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Engine single cycle operation time, operation cycle can be repeated in 20 minutes intervals.
3. Screen installation
3.1. Installation precautions
- Installation work should be carried out by a qualified technician in accordance with the instructions described below.
- Fixed installation of the screen should be done with use of the screws and anchors suitable for the walls/ceilings
materials at the installation place and the genuine installation brackets delivered with the screen.
- Check carefully after installation if the screen is perfectly leveled. Do not roll out the screen not installed in horizontal
position. In case the screen leveling is not perfect correct the installation.
3.2. Screen installation at segmented recessed ceiling
- Prepare 2 steel rifled rods M8 diameter, cut them to the length equal of the distance between the recessed ceiling and
construction ceiling increased of 23 cm (rods are not included in the screen set and must be purchased separately) .
- Point the location of screen ceiling anchors and drill wholes diameter ø12mm and 16,5cm depth.
- Fix the ceiling anchors in the drilled wholes replacing the original anchor bolts with prepared steel rods M8 diameter.
- Fix the installation brackets at the anchored steel rods. Distance between the construction ceilin and the bracke should
be 5 cm shorter than distance between the construction ceiling and the recessed ceiling.
- Fix the ceilin module to the brackets with supplied installation nuts.
- Check leveling of the modul. Finetune leveling if needed. Secure bottom nuts with additional counter nut when the
regulation is finished.
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D=
2034 mm for Contour 18xxx
2334 mm for Contour 21xxx
2634 mm for Contour 24xxx
Pic.1 Installation of the rods and anchors in the ceiling
Pic.2 Ceiling modul installation
Pic.3 Screen module installatiuon
Rys.4 Masking module installation
- Modify the recessed ceiling checkerwork to create rectangular whole of 106 x W+191 mm dimensions, (W - screen
fabrics width in milimeters). Bottom flange of the properly installed ceiling module should be surfaced with the ceiling
checkerwork.
- Connect the screen module to the electric installation (see chapter 3.4)
- Fix the screen module inside the ceiling module. Use spiral installation springs and nuts. Check the screen module
leveling, perform regulation if needed. Secure the screen module fixing nuts with counter nuts.
- Arrange the handling magnets at the ceiling module bottom flange. leave distance of 30 cm between magnets.
- Fix the masking module safety ropes.
- Fix the masking module to the ceiling module. The masking module is installed properly when the screen bottom bar
remains located centrally in the module whole and it can move down without any interruption.
Check the screen module leveling before first unrolling the screen.
Do not use the screen if it is not properly.
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3.3. Screen installation in the cardboard-plaster recessed ceiling.
- Trace the shape of the ceiling module installation whole. Cut out the whole in the recessed ceiling according to the
traced shape.
- Slot up the ceiling module into the prepared whole and fix it with the installation springs.
D=
1991 mm for Contour 18xxx
2291 mm for Contour 21xxx
2591 mm for Contour 24xxx
Pic.5 Ceiling module installation slot preparation
Pic.7 Screen module installation
Pic.6 Ceiling module installation
Pic.8 Masking module installation
- Connect the screen module to the electric installation (see chapter 3.4)
- Fix the screen module inside the ceiling module. Use spiral installation springs and nuts. Check the screen module
leveling, perform regulation if needed. Secure the screen module fixing nuts with counter nuts.
- Arrange the handling magnets at the ceiling module bottom flange. leave distance of 30 cm between magnets.
- Fix the masking module safety ropes.
- Fix the masking module to the ceiling module. The masking module is installed properly when the screen bottom bar
remains located centrally in the module whole and it can move down without any interruption.
Check the screen module leveling before first unrolling the screen.
Do not use the screen if it is not properly.
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3.4. Electric installation.
ATTENTION: Electric installation work should be carried out by a certified electrician.
- Lead out the power cables to the place of installation of the wall switch and between wall switch and screen.
- Screen power line should be fused with 1A fuse.
- Switch off the screen power line during installation work.
- Manual wall steering switch should be installed at the place meeting the following conditions:
a) installation150-180 cm above the floor level,
b) the screen should be visible by the wall switch operator during the screen operation,
c) wall switch operator cannot stay in reach of any of the screen’s moving parts during the screen operation .
d) the wall switch must be visible from the each part of the room irrespective of the screen position.
Screen
bl - blue (common)
br - brown (rolling down)
yg - yellow-green (protective)
bk - black (rolling up)
yg bl
br
Zasilanie
L1 - brown (live)
N - blue (neutral)
G - yellow-green (protective)
bk
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Pic.9 Wall switch connection
Pic.10 Lower bar fine tuning
3.5. Screen programming.
The screen is programmed properly at the factory and there is no need to reprogram it without any important
reason. Setting of screen extreme positions was made by manufacturer.
If you need to change the screen extreme position follow the instructions described below.
Programing the length of the rolled out screen (screen bottom bar position).
- Roll up the screen until it will stop automatically in the upper position.
- Insert regulation wrench included in the screen set into the regulation slot (see picture. 6) located in the left bottom
part of the screen .
Regulation knob “2” (red color) enables setting of the lower extreme position of the screen bottom bar:
„+” - means increasing the lenght of the fabrics is rolled down when the screen is rolled out,
„–” - means decreasing the length of the fabrics is rolled down when the screen is rolled out.
Regulation knob “1” (white color) enables setting of the upper extreme position of the screen bottom bar:
“-“ - means increasing the lenght of the fabrics is rolled down when the screen is rolled in,
“+” - means decreasing the length of the fabrics is rolled down when the screen is rolled in.
IMPORTANT!
Do not decrease (tuning knob 1+) the range of the rolled down surface. It can damage the screen.
Do not increase (regulation 2+) the range of the surface which was rolled down behind the STOP mark, placed in
the upper right corner of the screen. Rolling down the screen behind the mark can damage the screen.
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4. Screen operation
Projection screen AVERS can be operated automatically (after installation of optional remote control system) or
manually.
4.1. Manual operation
Manual screen operation is possible with the wall control switch or by radio frequency transmitter of the optional remote
control system.
- Push button „€ ”, the screen will begin to roll down and stop automatically at the bottom position after rolling down.
- Push button „
”, the screen will begin to roll up and stop automatically in the upper position after rolling up.
4.2. Screen maintenence
Pojection screen Avers do not require periodical service maintenance. Clean dust from the screen case and fabrics with
dry soft cloths. If needed use moisturized cloth with soft detergent to remove stains. After stain removal dry the cleaned
surface with cloth carefully.
4.3. Before calling the service
Symptoms
Reasons
Remedy
The screen fabrics does not
roll down
Power failure
Check the screen’s circuit fuse and the
power cable
the screen fabrics does not
roll down smoothly
The screen was not installed properly in
horizontal position.
Check if the screen case is properly leveled.
Reinstall the screen correctly.
The screen stops in the
middle position.
There are some objects on the bottom bar
way.
Remove the objects which can block the
proper work of the screen or are at the
bottom bar way.
Power failure
Check the propriety of electric installation
and the state of the power wires.
At other cases please contact service.
5. Warranty conditions
1) Avers screens warranty period is 24 months from the date of purchase confirmed with the original purchase invoice.
2) Extended warranty period for electric engine is 60 month.
3) Surety commits to fix free of charge any failures (component or production defects) of the product which appear during
warranty period.
4) Warranty exclusions :
a) the failures caused by the usage of the screen against the rules described in operation manual,
b) the failures caused by improper storage or transportation,
c) mechanical defects of the screen other than mentioned at point 3),
d) damages caused with overvoltage at power network,
e) deinstallation and reinstallation of the screen.
5) Avers Screens Service department will remove all defects within 21 days after receiving the demaged product.
6) Warranty claims should be passed to the screen supplier (dealer).
Manufactured after 13.08.2005
This symbol on the products and/or accompanying documents means that used electrical and
electronic products should not be mixed with general household waste. Disposing of this
product correctly will help to save valuable resources and prevent any potentialnegative effects
on human health and the environment which could otherwise arise from inappropriate waste
handling. Please contact your local authority for further details of your nearest designated
collection point.