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Important Safety/Installation/Operating Instructions
U.S. Patent
Number
D395,909
Scissor Lift SL Video Projector Lift by Draper
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Caution:
Important Safety Instructions
Read all instructions completely before proceeding.
DANGER: To reduce risk of shock:
1 Always disconnect power from lift before cleaning.
WARNING–To reduce risk of burns, fires, electric shock or injuries to persons:
2 Disconnect power from lift before putting on or taking off parts.
3 Use this lift only for its intended use as described in these instructions. Do
not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer.
4 Never operate this lift if it has a damaged cord or plug. If it is not working
properly, call your dealer or the manufacturer for assistance/repair.
5 Keep cords away from heated surfaces.
6 Never operate lift with air opening blocked. Keep the air openings free of lint,
hair, and the like.
7 Never drop or insert any object into any opening.
8 Do not use outdoors.
9 Route cords and cables as shown in the instructions.
10 WARNING: Risk of Electric Shock—connect this product to a
properly grounded electrical supply.
Important installation/operating Instructions
WARNING: To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely attached to the
building structure in accordance with the instructions.
Caution: Do not operate Scissor Lift SL without a minimum of 15 lbs. of weight
attached to the pan. Operating without weight may cause cables to unspool.
11 Test lift prior to installation. Please Note: Packaging must be removed from
lift before testing.
12 Follow instructions carefully. Installation contrary to instructions invalidates
warranty.
13 Do not obstruct operation of Scissor Lift SL with fingers or any object.
Serious injury or damage could result.
14 Lift is intended for use with product weighing not more than 100 pounds.
15 Scissor Lift SL is designed to accommodate ceiling suspended equipment.
Equipment should not be allowed to rest on optional ceiling closure
during operation (refer to section titled “Installing Projector”).
16 Entire bottom of unit must be unobstructed to permit proper operation.
Sufficient clearance must be allowed below projector or optional ceiling
closure: 4' for Model SL4, 10' for Model SL10, etc.
17 Unit must be installed level (use a carpenter’s level).
18 Unit operates on 115V AC 60 Hz. current. 9.06 amps current draw (2.06
amps for lift, 7 amps for outlet).
19 Verify the show position when testing lift. Make required changes by referring
to adjustment instructions on page 4 of this document.
20 The maintenance/service factory limit setting must not be adjusted to a lower
position than the preset factory limit setting. In addition, Draper does not
recommend setting show position at the maintenance/service position—for
example, if you wish to have 8' show position, order a lift with at least a 10'
maintenance position.
21 When the Scissor Lift SL is to be installed in “other space used for
environmental air” the optional environmental air space housing must
be installed per instructions to isolate the lift from the “other space
used for environmental air.”
22 When Scissor Lift SL is NOT installed in environmental air space housing and optional ceiling closure, the ALTERNATE wiring for up limit switch may
be used (see Alternate Wiring schematic on page 5).
CAUTION: Before servicing unit, disconnect hardwired control and
any remote control.
Note: Unit has been thoroughly inspected and tested at factory and found
to be operating properly prior to shipment.
WARNING/AVERTISSEMENT
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT OPEN
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE. NE PAS OUVRIR.
Electrical Connections
Unit operates on 115V AC, 60 Hz. current. 9.06 amps current draw (2.06 amps
for lift, 7 amps for outlet). Opening the electrical box exposes terminals for field
connections. Unit is shipped with internal wiring complete.Wire to connect unit to
power supply should be furnished by installer. Connections should be made in
accordance with wiring diagram, and wiring should comply with national and local
electrical codes. An appropriate disconnect device shall be provided as part of the
building installation. All operating switches
should be “off” before power is connected.
Caution:
Beware
of pinch
points
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Form ScissorLiftSL_Inst15
Printed in U.S.A.
Caution: Make sure electrical supply has been disconnected before
attempting to connect Scissor Lift to electricity.
Scissor Lift should be operated and checked prior to installing projector and/or
optional ceiling closure. Low Voltage Control Switch shown below comes with 75'
of non-plenum rated cable and should be plugged in to Control Panel on top frame
of lift for control of the "Up" and "Show" positions. Momentary Key Switch shown
below comes with 75' of cable and should be plugged in to Control Panel on top
frame of lift for control of the "Service" position.
Planning
1 Based on screen location and projector specifications, determine proper
position for projector installation.
2 Confirm that there is adequate space for installation and operation. Minimum
clearance above ceiling level varies according to Scissor Lift model, plus height
of projector, optional mounting bracket, optional ceiling closure, and optional
Environmental Air Space Housing.
3 Arrange to provide service access to the unit.
4 Maximum lifting capacity is 100 lbs.
As Soon As Scissor Lift Arrives
1 Open carton and inspect for damage.
2 Locate the following parts:
A.The unit itself
B.Controls
C.Optional equipment: Environmental Air Space
Housing, Universal Projector Mount, closure panel or ceiling finish kit
(all ship in separate cartons).
3 Test lift prior to installation. Please Note: Packaging must be removed from
lift before testing.
Operation
Before operating or testing the unit, make sure the
packaging has been removed from the unit. Remove the
corrugated block from the cardboard sleeve (bottom-most
packaging material), then collapse the sleeve and remove it,
along with the rest of the packaging. Next, operate the lift in
the "up" direction, so the lift's control encoder will recognize
it's "home" location. Until you do this, the Down function will
not work. You must also do this if the Scissor Lift ever
loses or is disconnected from the power.
When unit is first operated, be cautious! If unit fails
to operate properly, press “off” and recheck electrical
connections before proceeding. Cycle unit down and up
several times to confirm satisfactory operation.
Caution: Do not pull on or touch safety belt when unit
is in motion. If belt locks, the cables will unspool.
Caution: Obstructing bottom pan may cause cables
to unspool.
Caution: Do not operate Scissor Lift SL without a
minimum of 15 lbs. of weight attached to the pan.
Operating without weight may cause cables to unspool.
LVC-S
Up &2¾"
Show
7/8"
4½"
Front
SP-KSM
Service
UP
UP
Side
OFF
OFF
DOWN
DOWN
Figure 1
Standard Single Station Low Voltage Control (See Fig. 1)—One three-button
switch with “up”, “down”, and “off” buttons. Lift starts up or down when appropriate
button is pressed, and may be stopped by pressing “off” button. Factory set
limit switches stop lift automatically when projector is in “show” position. One
momentary key switch lowers lift from “show” to “service” position.
Optional Multiple Station Control—Optional, moves lift from “stored” to “show”
position only. Each switching station has a three-button switch with “up”, “down”,
and “off” buttons. Lift starts up or down when appropriate button is pressed,
and may be stopped by pressing “off” button. Factory set limit switches stop lift
automatically when projector is in “show” position.
Optional Key Operated Switch—If ordered, the standard LVC-S can be replaced
with a second single station, momentary key-operated three position (up/off/down)
switch. Multiple Station Control required for this option. Moves lift from “stored” to
“show” position only.
Optional Infrared or Radio Frequency Remote Control—If ordered, a threebutton transmitter is provided, with “up”, “down”, and “stop” buttons. Unit starts up
or down when appropriate button is pressed, and may be stopped by pressing
“off” button. Factory set limit switches stop unit automatically when projector is in
“show” position. Only controls "show" and "stored" positions.
Optional RS232 Control—For Serial communication an R2D7 Serial
Communications Interface is optionally available.
Low Voltage Trigger—Input provided for Low Voltage Trigger from projector (see
diagram on page 4).
Scissor Lift SL is approved to UL 2442 and CSA C22.2 No. 60065-03.
Please Note: Scissor Lift SL must be installed in accordance with the requirements
of the Local Building Codes, the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC), CAN/CSA
C22.1 and the National Electric Code (NEC), NFPA 70, as required. An appropriate
disconnect device shall be provided as part of the building installation.
If you encounter any difficulties installing or servicing your Scissor Lift SL, call your
dealer or Draper, Inc. in Spiceland, Indiana, 765-987-7999, or fax 765-987-7142.
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Hanging Unit
Please note: If using Environmental Air Space Housing option, go to
Environmental Air Space Housing instructions on page 3.
The Scissor Lift may be installed in a variety of ways; recessed above the
ceiling, or suspended below the ceiling. The lift should be supported by four 3/8"
threaded mounting rods or bolts with locking nuts. If ceiling recessed, the entire
unit (including the projector) should set approximately 1½" above the finished
ceiling in its “stored” position. The threaded rods should pass through the corner
mounting flanges and be secured by nuts above and below. The unit should then
be guy wired or blocked to prevent swinging. All installations should observe the
following guidelines:
1 If installing above a hard ceiling, optional Draper Access Panels are available to
allow access to the unit.
2 Installer must ensure that all fasteners and supports are of adequate strength to
securely support Scissor Lift and projector.
3 Fastening methods must be suitable for mounting surface, and securely anchored so that vibration or abusive pulling on unit will not weaken installation.
4 Unit should be level, with weight shared more or less equally by all four
threaded mounting rods.
5 Bottom of unit must be unobstructed after installation. Sufficient clearance must
be allowed below projector or optional ceiling closure.
6 Unit must be secured independent from suspended ceiling and do not use unit
to support adjacent ceiling, light fixtures, etc.
7 Unit to be installed so when lowered to its lowest point, it is a minimum of 8 feet
(2.44 m) above the floor.
8 Do not complete the ceiling below unit until electrical connections have been
completed and unit has been operated successfully.
9 We recommend that safety cables be attached to the Scissor Lift SL for added
security (a sound installation practice with overhead equipment).
10 When the Scissor Lift SL is to be installed in “other space used for environmental air” the optional Environmental Air Space Housing must be
installed per instructions to isolate the lift from the “other space used for
environmental air.”
11 When Scissor Lift SL is NOT installed in environmental air space housing and
optional ceiling closure, the ALTERNATE wiring for 'UP' limit switch may be
used. Disconnect both BLACK (BK) wires from 'UP' limit switch and quick
connect them together usingthe provided jumper cable (see Alternate Wiring
schematic on page 5).
Lifting Cable Bar
Projector Pan
Installing Projector
Generally, the video projector should be suspended from the Projector Pan
according to projector manufacturer’s instructions and recommended standard
ceiling mounting hardware. Projector should be bolted to Projector Pan as in a
normal ceiling mounting. Equipment should not be allowed to rest on optional
ceiling closure during operation.
The Scissor Lift SL has a grounded 115V AC, 60 Hz power cord for projector
power supply. The power cord is laced down the back scissor and is “hot” at all
times.
Control cables should be laced through our Cable Management System on
rear scissor mechanism only. Route the cables and attach with plastic wire ties
similar to factory installed power cable. Make sure to use flexible cables. Plenum
rated cables are typically too stiff and should not be used. Installer is responsible
for ensuring cables do not stretch, kink, or interfere with the scissor mechanism as
the unit raises and lowers. This will ensure that cords do not become tangled and
damaged during Scissor Lift SL operation.
Unit and projection system should be operated, checked and adjusted as
necessary at this time.
NOTE: Immediately upon completion of the surrounding ceiling, units should be
operated to confirm that optional ceiling closure panel stops just short of touching
ceiling in closed position.
Warning: Keep fingers and other objects away from automatic ceiling closure
and scissor mechanisms when unit is operating. Serious injury or damage could
result.
Adjusting for Level or Center of Gravity
Preferred Method—Adjusting Projector Pan
1
2
3
4
5
6
The Projector Pan can be moved forward or back.
Make sure Bottom Pan is supported.
Remove the Lifting Cable Bar (see Fig. 2).
Remove screws holding Projector Pan on Bottom Pan (see Fig. 2).
Move Bottom Pan forward or back.
Replace screws.
Replace Lifting Cable Bar.
Secondary Method—Adjusting Lifting Cable Bar
(if above does not work)
Run the unit to its "Service" position and make sure pan is level. Try and set so
that pan is not more than ¾" out of level. However, the pan does not have to
be perfectly level, as long as the positioning is consistent and repeatable in
"Show" and "Closed" positions.
1 Make sure Bottom Pan is supported.
2 Remove screws holding Lifting Cable Bar to the Bottom Pan (see Fig. 2).
3 Move Lifting Cable Bar forward or back (see Fig. 2).
4 Replace screws.
5 Check level again. If still not level, repeat.
¼"-20 x ¾" hex head
cap screws for
attaching Projector
Pan to Bottom Pan
Bottom Pan
3
/8"-18 x 1" hex head cap
screws for attaching Lifting
Cable Bar to Bottom Pan
Figure 2
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21/16"
315/16"
Installing Optional Universal Projector Mount
If you ordered the unit with optional Universal Projector Mount pre-installed,
disregard these instructions.
If you did not order the mount pre-installed, you will need to install a new
Projector Pan, which includes the Universal Projector Mount's rectangular plate.
The optional Universal Projector Mount will hold up to 26 lbs.
1 Lower unit until the Bottom Pan is resting on a tabletop or other stable and
sturdy surface.
2 Remove Lifting Cable Bar from Bottom Pan (see Fig. 2).
3 Remove bolts holding Projector Pan to Bottom Pan (see Fig. 2).
4 Remove Projector Pan and set aside.
5 Place new Projector Pan with Universal Mount into place.
6 Re-attach Projector Pan to Bottom Pan.
7 Re-attach Lifting Cable Bar to Bottom Pan.
7"
12"
7"
21/16"
315/16"
12"
Figure 3
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Installing Projector Using Universal Projector Mount
1
2
3
4
5
The Universal Projector Mount includes:
-2 x long arms
-4 x short arms
-4 x M3, 4 x M4, 4 x M5 and 4 x M6 mounting bolts (30mm in length)
-4 spacers (½" [13 mm], 5/8" [16 mm], ¾" [19 mm], 7/8" [22 mm])
Determine which size mounting bolts suit your projector, and set others
aside. They are no longer required. If your projector has only three
mounting holes, set aside one of the mounting arms (see Fig. 3).
Attach the appropriate mounting arms to the rectangular plate via center
bolt. Spread out the arms so each end is over one of the mounting holes.
Connect projector mounting arms.
Tighten the mounting bolts.
Use the ¼" (6.35 mm)-20 bolts and springs which hold the rectangular
plate to the bottom pan to adjust roll and tilt (the springs will ensure that the
projector is held still during motion). The center 5/16" (8 mm) bolt provides
Yaw adjustment (see Fig. 4).
Installing Optional Environmental Air Space Housing
The Environmental Air Space Housing is shipped in pieces, and must be
assembled by the installer. The height of the Environmental Air Space Housing is set by drilling out the knockouts at the desired locations then using
screws to connect side panels. It is recommended that an access panel be
installed in the ceiling to allow future access. The optional environmental air
space housing must be installed to isolate the lift from the “other space used
for environmental air.”
Includes trim ring for ceiling opening.
See installation instructions included with Environmental Air Space Housing.
Please Note: When using the Environmental Air Space House "SL" size,
the mounting brackets attached to the top four corners of the Scissor
Lift SL must be removed, and replaced with brackets which are shipped
with the Environmental Air Space Housing (see Fig. 5).
Please Note: The factory wiring of 'UP' Limit Switch MUST ALWAYS
be used when SL is installed in Environmental Air Space Housing and
optional ceiling closure.
Detail: ¼" (6.35 mm)-20
Bolts and Spring
Spring
¼" (6.35 mm)-20
Bolt and Washer
Figure 4
Scissor Lift SL Dimensions
16½" (419 cm)
7
Figure 5
Table A
ClosedExtended
Model Height Height
/16" (11 mm)
x4
2215/16"
(583 mm)
SL4
8"
4'
SL6
10"
6'
SL8
12"
8'
SL10
14"
10'
SL12
16"
12'
SL Size Mounting
Bracket Configuration
Standard Mounting
Bracket Configuration
(B, E, U sizes)
Installing Optional Ceiling Closure
Top View
20¾" (527 cm)
249/16" (624 mm)
Installing Optional Ceiling Trim Kit
See
Table
"A"
20" (508 cm)
There are four sizes of closure.
See separate instructions
for details and dims.
Front View
If your Scissor Lift SL is equipped with optional ceiling closure, it can
be used as is, or in conjunction with a square of existing ceiling tile. See
installation instructions included with ceiling closure.
The Scissor Lift SL is available with a ceiling trim kit, which consists of
the lower section of the Environmental Air Space Housing and the optional
closure panel. See installation instructions included with Ceiling Trim Kit.
Scissor Lift SL Inspection and Maintenance
205/8" (524 cm)
There are four sizes of closure.
See separate instructions
for details and dims.
Side View
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Draper recommends inspecting the Scissor Lift SL at least annually or
every 300 cycles—whichever comes first.
A recommended maintenance schedule includes:
-Cables: Check for fraying
-Fasteners along scissor arm assemblies: Make sure they are not loose. If
any are loose, hand tighten the nuts. (Please Note: there is no need to
tighten nut in the top scissor which slides back and forth in the side slot in
the lift. Tightening this fasteners assembly will cause the unit to lock up
and lead to damage to the unit.)
-Closure: Make sure threaded rod remains seated firmly in the closure
panel corners, and that the nuts remain tight. If they are loose, tighten
them.
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Connecting Controls to Data Cable Splitter Board
Controls plug into the Data Cable Splitter Board, which is located on
the Top Frame on the front side of the lift, using RJ14 connectors.
DETAIL OF DATA CABLE
SPLITTER BOARD
Pin
123456
YGRB
Pin
123456
YGRB
Please Note:
Data cable connections must be made using
electrically straight 4-conductor modular cable
(RJ14). If making your own cables, this means
colors do not cross over: blue leads to blue, green
to green, etc. (see diagram below).
LVT
RP/RQ
KEY
Any control, including automated dry contact systems, being
connected to the wall switch input MUST send a momentary signal.
Pin
123456
YGRB
WALL
For serial control of "Show" position, use data cable with RJ14
connectors on both ends and an R2D7 Serial Control Interface.
Plug into the "RP/RQ" input.
RP/RQ
Function Indicator
For IR or RF Remote Control, use data cable with RJ14 connectors
on both ends.
Low Voltage Trigger
(6-24 VDC)
(No +/- wiring requirement)
RP/RQ Bus Ports for
remote controls such as
IR Eye, RF Receiver, LED
Wall Switch and RS232
LVC-S
Red - Down
Black - Com
Black - Com
Blue - Up
Pin
123456
YGRB
SP-KSM
Green
Black
DCU
Yellow
Low voltage
wiring by others
Green
Black
Yellow
R2D7 (Optional)
Pin
654321
B R GY
CLEARING THE SHOW POSITION AT CURRENT SHOW POSITION:
1 Move lift to the show position.
2 While lift is at the show position press and hold the Key Up toggle
switch and release once the Lift begins moving upward.
3 The show position is now cleared and ready for a new show position
to be set.
CLEARING THE SHOW POSITION AT THE MAINTENANCE POSITION:
1 Move lift to the maintenance position.
2 While lift is at the maintenance position press and hold the Key Down
toggle switch and release once the Lift begins moving upward.
3 The show position is now cleared and ready for a new show position
to be set.
PLEASE NOTE: At this point the Key Switch will not operate until
the new “Show Position” has been set. Also the 3-Button Wall Switch
changes into a maintain, push and hold type button, for continuous
movement. This allows for easy setting of new “Show Position”)
PROCEDURE FOR SETTING SHOW POSITION:
1 Now that the show position has been cleared, use wall switch up and down
buttons to get lift into desired show position.
2 While lift is at desired show position, press and hold the Key Down toggle
switch until lift begins to move upward. Lift will begin a calibration cycle
where it will move upward for two seconds, stop then move down for one
second and then the Lift will return to the desired show position.
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Pin
123456
YGRB
To RS232 Port:
Yellow = Rx (Data from control system)
Green = Tx (Data to control system)
Red = Unused
Black = Gnd (Signal Ground)
Optional Delay Feature
1When the Optional Delay Feature is installed the Delay Switch must be in the "Delay On" position for normal operation.
2If the Optional Delay Feature is installed and the "Show Position" requires adjusting, then the "Delay Switch" must be switched to OFF while adjusting the show position.
PLEASE NOTE: If the Scissor Lift loses power, the DOWN
function will not work until you operate the lift in the UP
direction using the wall switch. This allows the lift's control
encoder to recognize it's "home" location.
CAUTION: Be sure all switches are in OFF position before adjusting limit
switch. Always be prepared to shut lift off manually when new adjustment is
being tested. Please refer to wiring diagram.
Adjusting Limit Switches
PLEASE NOTE:
Changing the fully open or fully closed position will reset the
electronic controls and cuase the lift to operate improperly.
Please call Draper before attempting these adjustments.
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Adjusting FULLY DOWN position
Limit switches for the Scissor Lift SL are preset at the factory.
The DOWN limit switch is set for the fully down (maintenance) position for
the size lift you have ordered. The limit switch assembly is located inside
the lift and behind the Lifting Cable Drum.
DOWN
The Down limit switche shown in the drawing are for setting the "Fully
Down" position. This can be adjusted manually by loosening or tightening
the screw to increase or reduce the travel.
ROTATE
TO
ADJUST
DOWN
Limit
Switch
Caution: The maintenance/service factory limit setting must
not be adjusted to a lower position than the preset factory limit
setting. In addition, Draper does not recommend setting show
position at the maintenance/service position.
Wiring Schematic
ALTERNATE ‘UP’ LIMIT SWITCH WIRING
NC
OR
NC
BK
BK
BK
WH
OR
RD
2 Cond. Cable
Down
Limit
BN Switch
BK
BK
Jumper*
NC RD
NOTE: This CANNOT be
used when lift is installed in
Environmental Air Space Housing
and Optional Ceiling Closure
UCD
BN
RD
WH
BK
YL
YL/GN
Up
Limit
RD Switch
NC OR
BK
NC BK
Delay Switch
(on position)
OR
BK
RD
Run Cap
45 MFD
BK
RD Motor
Down
BK
BK
BK
WH
OR
RD
BL
AC
Up
YL/GN
AC
COM
BK
BK
WH
RD
N.O.
N.C.
OR
BK
Optional Delay Assembly
115V ac, 7A 60 Hz Outlet WH
RD
Attached to lower pan
WH
BK
WH
BK
GN
N
115V ac,
Supply
Up
Limit
RD Switch
WH
FRONT OF DATA CABLE
SPLITTER BOARD
BACK OF DATA CABLE
SPLITTER BOARD
Dashed wiring by electrician
WH
RD
Encoder
KEY
WALL
LVT
RP/RQ
RP/RQ
BK
RD
BK WH
RD
WH
*Black (BK) Jumper wire is
located in the plastic sleeve
with these instructions.
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