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Apollo LIGHTING PROJECTOR User guide
HDX series Quick start guide
LED and Button indication chart
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RGB
PATTERN
WINDOW
PIP
10/100 BASE-T
Mounting the lens
WIFI
ETH
ACT PWR LMP SEL
10/100 ERR
STBY
PAUSE
TEXT
IR
ACT
Communication interface
LED or Button
Color status
Description
Standby button
RED on
Projector is in standby
RED toggles on/off
Projector startup failed
GREEN toggles on/off
Projector starts up
GREEN on
Projector is on
WHITE toggles on/off
Projector goes from/to ECO standby
RED on
Shutter is closed
GREEN on
Shutter is open
Dimmed WHITE
Shutter is closed, projector in standby
Full WHITE
Shutter is undefined
Full WHITE toggles on/
off
Shutter is closed during reset formatter
Off
Projector powers up
RED
Projector is in standby
ORANGE
Projector is in ECO standby
GREEN
Projector is on
Off
Lamp is off
RED
No lamp inserted
ORANGE
Lamp is on in ECO mode
GREEN
Lamp is on in normal mode
GREEN-ORANGE
Lamp is on in CLO mode
Off
No error
RED toggles on/off
Error
ORANGE toggles on/off
Warning
RED
IR signal received
GREEN
IR signal acknowledged
PWR (power LED)
LMP (lamp LED)
ERR (error LED)
IR
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AUTO
Button panel
Pause button
Quick setup and operation
• Secure the lens in the lens holder. Move
A
• Remove foam in lens opening.
• Place lens holder in unlock position. Handle A
towards socket B.
• Gently insert the lens in such a way that the
lens connector matches the socket B.
• Insert the lens until the connector seats into
the socket.
handle A into the lock position (away from
socket B).
• Check if lens touches the front plate of the lens
holder.
• Check if the lens is really secured by trying to
pull the lens out of the lens holder.
Local LCD screens
A
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Overview window (A)
• Main source
• PiP source
• IP address
• RCU address
• Customer ID
• Lamp status
• Mains voltage
• Ambient temperature
• Text status (OSD)
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B
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2
Lamp overview window (B)
About window (C)
• Number of strikes
• Package version in use
• Run time (hours)
• Mgr Software in use
• Remaining run time (hours)
• GUI Software in use
• % lamp used
Common parts
• Error and warning area (1)
• Projector status (2)
Green: projector works correctly
Red cross: projector has errors
Yellow triangle: projector has warnings
C
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2
The following summarizes HDX setup and operation. For errorfree installation always refer to the
User Guide.
1 Connect power. Ensure that the power (200240 V @ 50/60hz) is properly connected to the
power input.
2 Connect available sources to the appropriate
input terminal.
3 Power on. Turn the mains switch to on.
4 Start up sequence starts. Local LCD displays a
start up screen
5 Standby button changes from red to green
when pressed.
6 Image of the latest selected input appears.
7 Adjust the lens settings by pressing the LENS
button or via the direct lens keys on the RCU
8 Auto image can load automatically the correct
file. The manual selection can be done via menu
or other control systems.
9 Orientation of the unit is set as standard in
table front projection mode. Change the projector set up in the ALIGNMENT > ORIENTATION
menu.
10 If geometrical distortion occurs, this can
be corrected with the Warping settings in the
ALIGNMENT menu.
11 Tuning the image can be done in the IMAGE
menu or via the image settings on the RCU
12 Picture-in-Picture control can be done in the
LAYOUT menu or via the PiP button.
13 Lamp management in the LAMP menu.
14 Switching off the unit can be done by pressing
the STBY button for 3 sec. An aftercool up to
300 sec will start.
Support
www.barco.com/esupport
USA+1 866 374 7878
EMEA
+32 56 368019
APAC
+86 400 88 22726
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Standard inputs
IN
DMX
OUT
SYNC
OUT1
IN2
1
RS232/422 IN
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3
USB
10/100 ERR IR
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2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
WIFI antenna for wireless IP (optional)
12V 1A output
DMX interface input - output
XLR input for wired projector control
RS232 for serial communication
USB backup custom settings
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12
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9 10 11
12
10/100 base-T for external control over IP and Art-Net
Ethernet status lights
Projector Status lights
WIFI status lights
IR receive sensor
GSM antenna input (optional)
Optional input
R9864010
5-CABLE INPUT
BARCO
SEL
R/PR
G/Y/VIDEO
B/PB
H/S
V/CR
SYNC
• 5 Cable Input accepts:
RGB HV/YUV HV
Composite video
S-Video
3G : standard SMPTE 425M
HDSDI : standard SMPTE 292M
Dual link : standard SMPTE 372M
SDI : standard SMPTE 259M
Input
R/PR
G/Y/Video
B/PB
H/S
V/CR
RGBHV
R
G
B
H
V
RGBS
R
G
B
S
-
RGSB
R
GS
B
-
-
RGBCV
R
G
B
CV
-
Composite
Video
-
Video
-
-
-
S-Video
-
Y
-
-
C
Component
Video-S
PR/R-Y
Y
PB/B-Y
S
-
Component
Video-SOY
PR/R-Y
YS
PB/B-Y
-
-
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2
alignment
lamps
Projector control
R-Y
Y
B-Y
4
ENTER
6
PAUSE
CV
7
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Image Settings
Main Window
Lamp Power
Orientation
Aspect Ratio
PiP Window
Identification
Lens
Serial communication
Diagnosis
Input Locking
Timings
Layout File Services
Z-axis
Warping
Network
Int. Service Patterns
Contrast/Intensity
DMX
Factory Default
Gamma
Buttons
USB Memory
EDID
Internal patterns
Menu Position
Reset Formatter
3D*
Color Space
Local LCD
Refill mode
ScenergiX
Change Language
Save Custom Settings
3D Glasses
Scheduler
Sp. HD Camera Mode
GSM Configuration**
Auto Dim overtemp.
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Splash Screen
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Save Custom Settings
* Only available with optional 3D input
** Only available with optional GSM module
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4
Convergence
No Signal
7
3
IR control
Time and Date
SHARPN
5
10
6
LENS
SHIFT
LENS
FOCUS
LENS
SHIFT
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
RGB
PATTERN
WINDOW
PIP
LENS
STBY
PAUSE
TEXT
AUTO
FN
1
11
CONTR
LENS
ZOOM
9
2
12
TEXT
PHASE
0
Identification
Blanking
LENS
13
O IMA
9
service
Advanced Settings
Native Resolution
Using the remote control or local
keypad
15
EXIT
Fn
Input Selection
Same Zoom/Focus
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14
9
Image File Services
W
DO
5
Projector Address
Minimum Delay
IP
GE
layout
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8
image
SYNC
3D SYNC OUT
• Remove the lens before transporting the projector.
• To save lamp lifetime, first
switch the projector to standby
mode and wait until the after
cooling is finished to switch off
the main power.
• Ensure that the projector is operating with clean filters.
• Do not block the ventilation in
and outlets
• Laser light can cause severe
damage to the DMD. This damage
is not covered by warranty.
Pattern to display test patterns
RGB to toggle colors
3 Address to enter projector address
4 Lens to open lens adjustments menu
5 Pause to switch to pause
6 Standby to switch to standby
7 Fn to toggle the display to the preview image
8 Auto image to activate the auto image adjustment
9 Digit keys Direct input selection or numeric entries
10 Lens keys to direct lens adjustment
11 Settings
Phase: to adjust phase (analog signals only)
Sharpness: to increase edge detail
Tint: to adjust tint (NTSC only)
Color: to adjust color saturation
Brightness: to adjust the low lights
Contrast: to adjust the high lights
12 Freeze to freeze the current image
13 Text to activate or deactivate the OSD
14 Navigation and Menu keys
15 Window to select the active window
16 PiP to activate selected Picture in Picture
17 Info to activate help information on a menu item
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Menu structure
INPUT
ERN
GB
MENU
YUV-CV
HDMI
• 3D Input accepts:
3D sync in
Display port 1.1a up to 210 MHz
HDMI 1.4a up to 210 MHz
• 3G/DUAL HDSDI input accepts:
RGB HV/YUV HV
Single DVI
Dual link DVI
ACT
SEL
SYNC
3D SYNC IN DISPLAYPORT
2
• Dual Link DVI-I HDCP input accepts:
WIFI
ETH
ACT PWR LMP SEL
12V /1A
1
OUT2
10/100 BASE-T
REMOTE CTRL
1
SYNC
R9864140
SEL
P
IN1
INPUT
3D INPUT
BARCO
SEL
PATT
SEL
SYNC
R9864000
3G/DUAL HDSDI
SEL
R
DUAL LINK DVI-I HDCP
Communication panel
IMPORTANT:
Optional 3D input
WIN
Connections
AUT
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