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DTS Raptor User manual
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INDEX:
1- SYMBOLS
2- GENERAL WARNING
3- GENERAL WARRANTY CONDITION
4- TECHNICAL FEATURES
5- ACCESSORIES
6- IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
6.1 Fire prevention
6.2 Prevention of electric shock
6.3 Protection against ultraviolet radiation
6.4 Safety
6.5 Level of protection against the penetration of solid and liquid objects
7- MOUNTING / REPLACING THE LAMP AND LAMP ALIGNMENT
8- VOLTAGE AND FREQUENCY
9- INSTALLATION
9.1 Safety cable
9.2 Protection against liquids
9.3 Movement
9.4 Risk of fire
9.5 Forced ventilation
9.6 Ambient temperature
10- MAINS CONNECTION
10.1 Protection
11- DMX SIGNAL CONNECTION
11.1 DMX Addresses
11.2 Selecting the DMX address
12- FIRMWARE UPDATING
13- DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
14- ERROR MESSAGES
15- HIDDEN MENU
15.1 Calibration mode
15.2 Power Setup menu
16- PAN SPEED & TILT SPEED
17- OPENING THE PROJECTOR HOUSING
18- PERIODIC CLEANING
18.1 Lenses and reflectors
18.2 Fans and air passages
19- PERIODIC CONTROLS
20- DMX PROTOCOL
21- FIXED GOBO WHEEL
22- COLOUR WHEEL
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1- SYMBOLS
Graphic symbols used on this manual:
THIS SYMBOL INDICATES A HOT SURFACE
THIS SYMBOL INDICATES ELECTRIC
SHOCK RISK
!
F
THIS SYMBOL INDICATES GENERAL RISK
THIS SYMBOL MEANS “DO NOT PLACE THE
UNIT ON INFLAMMABLE SURFACES”
UV
THIS SYMBOL MEANS “RADIATION FROM
THIS LAMP CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO EYES
AND SKIN”
15M
MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE OBJECTS
AND THE PEOPLE LIT BY THE LIGHT BEAM
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2- GENERAL WARNING
Read the instruction contained in this user manual carefully, as they give important
information regarding safety during installation, use and maintenance.
The device is not for domestic use and must be installed by a qualified electrician or
experienced person.
Always disconnect the device from the mains before replacing the lamp.
The lamp must be replaced if it has been damaged or deformed by prolonged use or
overheating.
The device must always be equipped with an efficient ground connection.
MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE OBJECTS AND THE PEOPLE
The projector needs to be positioned so that the objects and the people hit by the
beam of light are at least 15 meters (49,21 ft) from the unit frontal lens.
3- GENERAL WARRANTY CONDITIONS
The unit is guaranteed for 36 months from the date of purchase against manufacturing
material defects.
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4- TECHNICAL FEATURES
Overview
RAPTOR is the most compact Beam moving head on the market: just 37 cm x 50 cm.
RAPTOR projects the most powerful beam of light (150.000 Lux at 15 m) and the most
concentrated one.
RAPTOR can perfectly focus its 17 gobos at any distance.
Its unique selectable ‘Smooth’ filter eliminates the hot spot typical of Beam projectors,
evenly diffusing luminosity at any point of the light beam.
RAPTOR comes equipped with the ‘FPR’ (patented) system, which allows limitless
pan rotation, in either direction, never having to reverse motion.
Also, the unit features the fastest strobe effect.
RAPTOR
(D.T.S. Product Code: 03.MB005.EB.L)
• Electronic ballast 90-260V 50/60 Hz • Black finish
RAPTOR FPR
(D.T.S. Product Code: 03.MB005.EB.LFP)
• Electronic ballast 90-260V 50/60 Hz • FPR (Free Pan Rotation) • Black finish
Lamp
Osram Sirius HRI 330W (16.500 Lumens)
Colour temperature: 7.500°K
Optical group
Beam opening: 0,6° - 3,4°
16-bit motorized linear focus
Linear dimmer / shutter / ultra-fast strobe
150.000 Lux at 15 m
Colour generation
17-colour wheel with linear selection for perfect 2-colour beams
Dynamic effects
17-gobo wheel
8-facet rotating prism
Filters
Smooth filter (eliminates the hot spot, evenly diffusing luminosity)
Frost filter
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4- TECHNICAL FEATURES
Interface / Control / Programming
LCD graphic display (control / management / monitoring of the main parameters)
4 soft-keys
Controlled via DMX 512
RDM
Wireless ready
ARTNET available on request
Internal operating system updatable via D.T.S. RED BOX interface and
hyperterminal program on windows based PC
DMX
18 DMX channels
Pan & Tilt
RAPTOR FPR (03.MB005.EB.LFP)
'FPR': limitless pan rotation, in either directions, never having to reverse motion
Tilt 270° (1,2 sec.)
RAPTOR (03.MB005.EB.L)
Pan 540° (2,3 sec.); Tilt 270° (1,2 sec.)
New Tri-phase stepper motor technology for ultra-fast and silent Pan &Tilt movements
16-bit movement resolution
Power supply
Electronic ballast: 90-260V 50/60 Hz
Power consumption: 450W with PFC
Energy saving
Power saving mode (the lamp dims to 80% after shutter closure)
Connectors
DMX: 4x XLR connectors (3-pole In and Out; 5-pole In and Out) by Neutrik;
Power supply: POWERCON connectors (Power In / Power Out) by Neutrik
Operating ambient temperature
-10° / 40°
Weight
15,4 Kg
Internal safety devices
Overvoltage circuit protection and overtemperature circuit protection
International certifications
Safety: EN 60598-1: 2009
EN 60598-2-17: 1989
EMC: EN 55015.2006
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4- TECHNICAL FEATURES
Dimensions
Packaging Dimensions (LxWxH)
Unit Dimensions (LxWxH)
420 x 440 x 580 mm
368x288x538mm
Weight: 18,9 Kg
Weight: 15,4 Kg
5- ACCESSORIES
As standard
* 1 x Osram Sirius HRI 330W (already installed in the projector) (Code 0505S037)
* 1 x POWERCON male cable connector (Code 0520P014)
* 1 x XLR 5 Pins male cable connector (Code 0508B066)
* 1 x XLR 5 Pins female cable connector (Code 0508B065)
* 2 x Omega clamp with “Fast Lock” connection 1/4 turn
* User’s manual
Optional (on request)
• “C” Clamp G100 black / professional (max. load 200Kg) (Code 0521A015)
• Aliscaf Clamp (max. capacity load 100Kg) (Code 0521A008)
• Safety wire (3mm x 60 cm), ring spring catch, max. capacity load 60Kg (Code
0521A010)
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6- IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
6.1 Fire prevention:
RAPTOR uses a Osram Sirius HRI 330W lamp.
The use of any other alternative lamp is not recommended and will null and void the
fixture's warranty.
-Never locate the fixture on any flammable surface.
F
-Minimum distance from flammable materials: 1 m .
-Minimum distance from the closest illuminable surface: 15 m. 15M
-Replace any blown or damaged fuses only with those of identical value (5AT).
Refer to the wiring diagram if there is any doubt.
-Connect the projector to mains power via a thermal magnetic circuit breaker.
6.2 Prevention of electric shock:
-High voltage is present inside the unit.
Unplug the unit prior to performing any function which involves touching the inside of
the moving head, including lamp replacement.
-The level of technology inherent in the RAPTOR requires the assistance of
specialised personnel for all servicing.
Please refer to an authorised D.T.S. service centre.
-A good earth connection is essential for proper functioning of the projector.
-Never connect the unit without proper earth connection.
-The fixture should be located in places with a good air ventilation.
6.3 Protection against ultraviolet radiation:
UV
-Never turn on the lamp if any of the lenses, filters or plastic covering are damaged.
Their respective shielding functions will only operate efficiently if they are in perfect
working order.
-Never look directly the lamp when it is on.
6.4 Safety:
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-The projector should always be installed with bolts, clamps and other tools that are
capable of supporting the weight of the unit.
-Always use a second safety cable to sustain the weight of the unit in case of the
failure of the main fixing point.
-The external surface of the unit, at various points, may exceed 70°C. Never handle
the unit until at least 20 minutes have elapsed since the lamp was turned off.
-Always replace the lamp if any physical damage is evident.
-Never install the fixture in an enclosed area lacking sufficient air flow.
The ambient temperature should not exceed 40°C.
-A hot lamp may explode, so always wait for at least 20 minutes prior to attempting to
replace the lamp.
-Always wear suitable hand protection when handling the lamp.
6.5 Level of protection against the penetration of solid and liquid objects:
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-The projector is classified as an ordinary appliance and its protection level against the
penetration of solid and liquid objects is IP20.
For outdoor use, D.T.S. reccomend the use of the dedicated raincovers.
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7- MOUNTING / REPLACING THE LAMP AND LAMP ALIGNMENT
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WARNING
Turn off the lamp before opening the unit head covers.
Never look directly at the lamp when it’s lit.
Discharge lamps emits UV rays; radiation from this lamp
can cause damage to eyes and skin.
UV
Let the projector cool for at least 20 minutes.
Switch off the unit and unplug the Mains AC cable connector
before replacing the lamp.
REPLACEMENT LAMP (D.T.S. Code 0505S037) :
OSRAM SIRIUS HRI
Power 330W
Luminous flux 16.500 lm
Colour temperature 7.500°K
Rated life 1500 hours
The use of any other alternative lamp is not recommended and will null and void the
fixture's warranty.
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1) Loosen the 3 “¼ turn” screws which fix the head covers on both sides (picture 1) .
2) Once loosened the screws, simply lift the covers to access the internal components
(picture 2).
PICTURE 1
PICTURE 2
3) Unplug the indicated fan connectors from the fans resend card (picture 3);
Unplug the two indicated fast-on cable connectors (1 and 2) and using a flathead
screwdriver remove the indicated lamp cable (3) from the screw connector (picture 4).
PICTURE 3
PICTURE 4
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4) Using a phillips screwdriver, loose the 4 screws A, B, C, D and remove the lamp fan
assembly (picture 5).
PICTURE 5
5) Loose the four screws E, F, G, H from the plate which fix the lamp (picture 6), then
loose the two screws on both sides of the lamp rear metal cover (picture 7) and
remove the old lamp.
PICTURE 6
PICTURE 7
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6) Remove the cable connectors from the old lamp and apply them on the new lamp
(picture 8).
PICTURE 8
7) Put in place the new lamp in the lamp support.
Place the lamp connectors on the fan air conveyor side (picture 9).
PICTURE 9
8) Lamp sub-assembly can now be re-installed, following backward all the above
listed steps.
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Lamp Alignment
Attention: we recommend to align the lamp in the optical system to avoid overheating
of the dichroic filters and other components inside the unit.
The lamp alignment is also essential to obtain the maximum luminous performance by
the projection.
1) Mount the fixture in an orientation so that it may be squarely projected onto a
smooth white surface no less than 20 meters away.
2) Using a console or the “LAMP ADJUST” menu system, focus and open (white)
beam onto the surface and observe the beam.
3) Using a phillips screwdriver, rotate the 3 indicated adjusters until you achieve a hot
spot in the center.
When the lamp alignment is correctly optimized, you will have a hot spot in the center.
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8- VOLTAGE AND FREQUENCY
The RAPTOR with electronic ballast can operate at 90-260V 50 or 60 Hz.
9- INSTALLATION
RAPTOR may be either floor or ceiling mounted.
For floor mounting installations, the RAPTOR is supplied with four rubber mounting
feet on the base.
For ceiling mounted installations, we reccomend the use of appropriate clamps to fix
the unit to the mounting surface.
The supporting structure from which the unit is hung should be capable of bearing the
weight of the unit, as should any clamps used to hang it.
The structure should also be sufficiently rigid so as not to move or shake whilst the
RAPTOR is moving.
Four 1/4 turn Fast Locks connections placed in the base of the unit allow to hang the
RAPTOR by using the two omega clamps (provided in the box) in conjunction with
fixing clamps for truss (fixing clamps are not included into the unit box).
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9.1- Safety cable
!
We recommend the use of a safety cable or chain connected to the RAPTOR and to
the suspension truss in order to avoid the fixture accidentally falling should the main
fixing point fail.
Make sure that the iron cable or chain can bear the weight of the entire unit.
You may attach the safety chain/cord to the attachment point (A) located on the base
of the fixture, as shown in the picture below.
9.2 Protection against liquids
The projector contains electric and electronic components which should under no
circumstances come into contact with oil, water or any other liquid.
The proper unit functioning would be compromised should this occur.
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9.3- Movement
RAPTOR FPR (03.MB005.EB.LFP) Unlimited Pan rotation; Tilt 270° (1,2 sec.) .
RAPTOR (03.MB005.EB.L) Pan 540° (2,3 sec.); Tilt 270° (1,2 sec.) .
Do not place any obstructions in the path of the projector's movement.
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WARNING
Do not place any object in the
path of the projector’s
movement
Free Pan Rotation (‘FPR’)
(03.MB005.EB.LFP)
No ‘FPR’
(03.MB005.EB.L)
Please Note: If two different RAPTOR model (with and without FPR) are controlled at
the same time via DMX controller, be shure that channel 6 (PAN FAR) is set to value
0. In this way, the RAPTOR with FPR will react to DMX same as RAPTOR with no
FPR function.
9.4- Risk of fire
Each fixture produces heat and must be installed in a well-ventilated place.
The minimum recommended distance from flammable material is 1 m.
Minimum distance from the object being illuminated is 15 m.
F
15M
9.5- Forced ventilation
You will note, on inspection, that the unit features various air inlets and cooling fans
located on both the base and head of the fixture.
These should, under no circumstances, be blocked or obstructed whilst the projector
is in operation. Doing so could cause the fixture to seriously overheat thereby
compromising its proper operation.
9.6- Ambient temperature
The projector should never be installed in places that lack a constant air flow.
The ambient temperature should NOT exceed 40°C.
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10- MAINS CONNECTION
RAPTOR with electronic ballast operate at 90-260V 50-60 Hz.
Prior to connecting the unit to your mains supply, ensure that the model in your
possession correctly matches the mains supply available.
For connection purposes, ensure that your plug is capable of supporting 1,5 amps
at 230 VOLT, or 3 amps at 90 VOLT.
Strict adherence to regulatory norms is strongly recommended.
MAINS AC OUTPUT 90-260V 50/60 Hz (16A Max)
MAX 6 RAPTOR UNITS @ 230V
MAX 3 RAPTOR UNITS @ 120V
(03.MB005.EB.LFP)
(03.MB005.EB.L)
MAINS AC INPUT 90-260V 50/60 Hz
FUSE 5A T 5X20
10.1- Protection
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The use of a thermal magnetic circuit breaker is recommended for each RAPTOR.
A good earth connection is essential for the correct operation of the projector.
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11- DMX SIGNAL CONNECTION
The unit operates using the digital DMX 512 (1990) signal.
Connection between the mixer and the projector or between projectors must be carried
out using a two pair screened ø 0.5 mm cable and a XLR 5 or 3 pins connector.
Ensure that the conductors do not touch each other.
Do not connect the cable ground to the XLR chassy.
The plug housing must be isolated. Connect the mixer signal to the DMX IN projector
plug and connect it to the next projector by connecting the DMX OUT plug on the first
projector to the DMX IN plug of the second one.
This way, all the projectors are cascade connected.
NB. If the display showing the DMX address flashes, then one of the following errors
has occurred:
- DMX signal not present
- DMX address not valid
- DMX reception problem
For Installations where long distance DMX cable connections are needed, we suggest
to use a DMX terminator.
The DMX terminator is a male XLR 3-5 pins connector with a 120 ohm resistor
between pin 2 and 3.
The DMX terminator must be plugged into the last unit (DMX out panel connector) of
the DMX line.
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1
4
2
3
OUT
PLACE A 120 OHM RESISTOR BETWEEN PIN 2
AND 3 OF A MALE XRL CONNECTOR AND PLUG IT
INTO THE DMX OUT PANEL CONNECTOR OF THE
LAST UNIT CONNECTED TO THE DMX LINE
PIN 3
120 ohm
PIN 2
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11.1-DMX Addresses
RAPTOR can be controlled with 18 DMX channels.
In order to use the unit in 18 channels, set the following addresses on the mixer:
Projector 1
Projector 2
A001
A019
Projector 3
…..
projector 6
A037
A….
A091
If you want to select the next projector, just add “18”
11.2-Selecting the DMX address
1) Press the UP-DOWN key until you reach the required DMX channel. The numbers
on the display will start to flash (but the new DMX address hasn't yet been set).
2) Press ENTER to confirm your selection. The numbers on the display will stop
flashing and the projector is now setted to the new DMX address.
TRICKS:
If you keep pushed the UP or DOWN keys, the channels are calculated more quickly
and you get a faster selection.
12- FIRMWARE UPDATING
Warning:
This procedure require a base knowledge of computer applications and Windows
Hyperterminal program. Please refer to an authorised D.T.S. service centre.
To update the software version of the RAPTOR you need:
D.T.S. RED BOX interface (D.T.S. Code: 03.LA.008).
USB-DMX Driver for the D.T.S. RED BOX interface.
(The driver and the installation procedure are available in our web site
www.dts-lighting.it)
Updating the software version.
Please follow the procedure below to perform the update:
1. Install the D.T.S. RED BOX USB-DMX driver on the PC you will use to update the
unit software.
2. Connect the D.T.S. RED BOX interface to the PC by using a USB cable.
3. Connect the D.T.S. RED BOX interface to the fixture by using a DMX cable.
4. Download the new software version into the unit by using Windows Hyperterminal
program.
It will be possible to download the software from the reserved area of D.T.S. web site:
www.dts-lighting.it.
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13- DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
MENU
ENTER
DOWN
UP
DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
The RAPTOR display panel shows all the available functions . Using these functions, it
is possible to change some of the parameters and add some functions. Changing the
D.T.S. setting can vary the functions of the unit so that it does not respond to the DMX
512 used to control it. Carefully follow the instructions below before carrying out any
variations or selections.
NOTE: the symbol
shows which key has to be pushed to obtain the desired
function.
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13- DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
Software Version: 18.25
WARNING
WARNING
PLACE THE PROJECTOR AT
LEAST 15mt (49’ 21’’ ft)
AWAY FROM THE OBJECTS
AND PEOPLE LIT BY ITS
LIGHT BEAM.
MENU ENTER DOWN
Menu
Up-Down
UP
Pan Direction
MENU ENTER DOWN
Up-Down
Tilt Direction
Up-Down
NORMAL
MENU ENTER DOWN
ENTER
Up-Down
TILT DIRECTION
This menu allows to set
the Tilt movement
Normal or Reversed
Up-Down
Pan Speed
NORMAL
ENTER
Up-Down
PAN SPEED
Pan Speed control (1-8)
Menu
Up-Down
Tilt Speed
8
TILT SPEED
Tilt Speed control (1-8)
ENTER
Up-Down
Tilt movement
Normal or Reversed
Default = Normal
ENTER
Pan Speed control
(1-8)
Default = 8
ENTER
UP
TILT SPEED
8
MENU ENTER DOWN
ENTER
UP
PAN SPEED
MENU ENTER DOWN
Pan movement
Normal or Reversed
Default = Normal
UP
UP
TILT DIRECTION
MENU ENTER DOWN
Menu
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
PAN DIRECTION
ENTER
PAN DIRECTION
This menu allows to set
the Pan movement
Normal or Reversed
Menu
A001
READ WITH CAREFULL THE
USER MANUAL BEFORE TO
INSTALL AND USE THE
PROJECTOR.
UP
Tilt Speed control
(1-8)
Default = 8
ENTER
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13- DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
Menu
Up-Down
Display
ENTER
Up-Down
DISPLAY
Display Flip
ON THE GROUND (Default)
SUSPENDED
DISPLAY FLIP / STAND BY / CONTRAST
FLIP
Display Flip:
Reverses display's reading depending on
the mounting position
(On the ground or suspended).
ON THE GROUND
Display Standby:
To turn off the display (after 5 seconds)
or leave it always on.
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
DISPLAY
Display Standby
OFF = Display Standby
disabled (Default)
ON = Display goes OFF
after 5 seconds
STANDBY
FLIP
OFF
Display Contrast:
Display contrast regulation (1-40)
MENU ENTER DOWN
ENTER
ENTER
UP
DISPLAY
Display Contrast
1-40 (Default = 30)
ENTER
CONTRAST
FLIP
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MENU ENTER DOWN
Menu
Up-Down
Lamp
ENTER
Up-Down
LAMP
Lamp always ON, always OFF,
lamp ON-OFF selectable via DMX
and lamp life time reset
LAMP
MENU ENTER DOWN
Reset
ENTER
LAMP ADJUST = To adjust
the lamp with no mixer
connected.
It’s possible to set the
parameters for PAN-TILT
and FOCUS
ADJUST
FLIP
Up-Down
RESET
ENABLED = Reset via
DMX enabled (Default)
DISABLED = Reset via
DMX disabled
NOW = Unit motors reset
ENABLED
MENU ENTER DOWN
ENTER
UP
BY DMX
RESET
Reset via DMX ENABLED / DISABLED
And unit reset
ENTER
UP
LAMP
MENU ENTER DOWN
Up-Down
BY DMX = Lamp ON / OFF
via DMX (Default)
ALWAYS ON = Forced ON
ALWAYS OFF = Forced OFF
RESET COUNTER = Lamp
life time reset
BY
DMX
FLIP
ADJUST
To adjust the lamp with no mixer
connected.
It’s possible to set the parameters
for PAN-TILT and FOCUS
Menu
UP
UP
ENTER
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13- DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
Menu
Up-Down
Wireless
ENTER
Up-Down
WIRELESS
ON = Enabled
OFF = Disabled
(Default)
UNLINK = Log out
OFF
WIRELESS
Wireless DMX enabled / disabled.
(Wireless module on request)
MENU ENTER DOWN
Menu
Up-Down
System Info
ENTER
Up-Down
Up-Down
Reserved
RESERVED
(Code = 100)
Pan lock-Tilt lock
Pan free-Tilt free
Lock Detector
Reboot
Exit To Main
ENTER
SYSTEM INFO
LAMP LIFE:0087H
STRIKE:045
UNIT LIFE: 0099H
9M R.17
PT R.24
MODEL: RAPTOR FPR
SYSTEM INFO
Lamp life time, lamp strikes,
unit life time, 9 motors card
software version, Pan&Tilt card
software version and unit model
Menu
UP
MENU ENTER DOWN
Up-Down
ENTER
(Wireless module on
request)
SYSTEM INFO
Lamp life time, lamp strikes,
unit life time, 9 motors card
software version, Pan&Tilt
card software version and
unit model
ENTER
UP
RESERVED
ENTER
ENTER CODE
000
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
PAN LOCK
NO
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
LOCK DETECTOR
OFF
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
REBOOT
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
EXIT TO MAIN
Pan Lock = Lock the Pan
to the desired value
Tilt Lock = Lock the Tilt
to the desired value
Pan Free = Remove power
to Pan motor
Tilt Free = Remove power
to Tilt motor
Lock Detector OFF = Default
Lock Detector ON: This function
let the user to activate the Lock
detector on Pan and Tilt.
When Lock detector is set to
ON, the unit start the Pan&Tilt
motors reset normally, but if for
any reason there is something
blocking the movement for
Pan&Tilt motors during the
initial reset (example unit into
the fly case and power
connected), it automatically will
stop to reset Pan&Tilt motors
after 5 seconds from the startup
and a warning message (Pan
Locked-Tilt locked) will appear
on unit display .
Reboot = Unit Reboot without
needing of turning OFF the unit
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
Exit To Main = Exit from
Reserved menu
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Menu
Up-Down
Default
ENTER
DEFAULT
Up-Down
RESTORE MAIN SETTINGS
DEFAULT
To restore main settings
MENU ENTER DOWN
Default
To restore main settings
ENTER
UP
DEFAULT
13- DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
RESTORE MAIN SETTINGS
SURE?
PRESS ENTER TO CONFORM
PRESS MENU TO CANCEL
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
14- ERROR MESSAGES
ERROR
ERROR
PAN
TILT
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
PAN REPOSITIONING
ENCODER ERROR
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
TILT REPOSITIONING
ENCODER ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
INTERNAL BUS
DMX ADDRESS
FIXED GOBO
COLOUR WHEEL
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
COMMUNICATION
PROBLEM BETWEEN
9 MOTORS CARD AND
PAN&TILT CARD
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
DMX ADDRESS
ERROR
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
FIXED GOBO WHEEL
POSITION ERROR
MENU ENTER DOWN
COLOUR WHEEL
POSITION ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
ERROR
FROST
PRISM
SMOOTH
FOCUS
MENU ENTER DOWN
FROST BLADE
POSITION ERROR
UP
MENU ENTER DOWN
PRISM POSITION
ERROR
UP
MENU ENTER DOWN
SMOOTH BLADE
POSITION ERROR
UP
UP
MENU ENTER DOWN
FOCUS ERROR
UP
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15- HIDDEN MENU (only for technical personnel)
To operate this menu:
- Connect the projector to the DMX controller (DMX SIGNAL MUST BE CORRECTLY
RECEIVED)
- Reset the RAPTOR (reset from the MENU, not from the DMX controller).
- While reset is running, press the MENU and ENTER keys at the same time.
CALIBRATION
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
DEFAULT CAL.
POWER SETUP
SET ALL MOTORS AT 128
SHOW HIDDEN SETTINGS
127
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
RESET ALL SETTINGS
TO VALUE 128
ELECTRONIC
CALIBRATION OF
THE MOTORS
FOCUS
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
FANS / POWER SETTINGS
MENU
EXIT TO MAIN
MAINTENANCE
INSERT
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
FOCUS LENS INSERTING
OR EJECTING
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
EXIT FROM HIDDEN
MENU
15.1 Calibration mode
CALIBRATION
CALIBRATION
CALIBRATION
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
PAN
TILT
DIMMER ZERO
127
145
81
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
TILT ALIGNMENT
To align Tilt position
PAN ALIGNMENT
To align Pan position
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
DIMMER ZERO ALIGNMENT
Dimmer zero position setting
CALIBRATION
CALIBRATION
CALIBRATION
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
DIMMER PATH
SHUTTER ZERO
SHUTTER PATH
128
160
99
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
DIMMER PATH ALIGNMENT
Dimmer excursion setting
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
SHUTTER ZERO ALIGNMENT
Shutter zero position setting
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
SHUTTER PATH ALIGNMENT
Shutter excursion setting
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15.1 Calibration mode
CALIBRATION
CALIBRATION
CALIBRATION
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
COLOUR WHEEL
FIXED GOBO
FROST ZERO
111
135
61
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
FIXED GOBO WHEEL
ALIGNMENT
To align Fixed Gobo wheel
COLOUR WHEEL
ALIGNMENT
To align Colour wheel
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
FROST ZERO
ALIGNMENT
Frost zero position setting
CALIBRATION
CALIBRATION
CALIBRATION
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
FROST PATH
PRISM ZERO
PRISM PATH
149
126
147
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
PRISM ZERO ALIGNMENT
Prism zero position setting
PRISM PATH ALIGNMENT
Prism excursion setting
CALIBRATION
CALIBRATION
CALIBRATION
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
SMOOTH ZERO
SMOOTH PATH
FOCUS ZERO
152
130
128
FROST PATH
ALIGNMENT
Frost excursion setting
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
UP
FOCUS ZERO
ALIGNMENT
Focus zero position setting
SMOOTH PATH
ALIGNMENT
Smooth excursion
setting
SMOOTH ZERO
ALIGNMENT
Smooth zero position
setting
MENU ENTER DOWN
CALIBRATION
CALIBRATION
CALIBRATION
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
MOTORS ALIGNMENT
FOCUS PATH
FOCUS GOBO 0
FOCUS GOBO 17
128
177
180
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
FOCUS PATH
ALIGNMENT
Focus excursion setting
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
MENU ENTER DOWN
FOCUS GOBO 0-17 CALIBRATION
Focus gobo 0-17 setting
UP
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15.2 Power Setup menu (Access code only for technical personnel)
BASE FANS
1=13V
BALLAST FANS
12=24V
3
MENU ENTER DOWN
1=13V
12=24V
3
UP
MENU ENTER DOWN
AT 330W 1=13V 12=24V
6
UP
BALLAST FANS SPEED
BASE FANS SPEED
LAMP FAN AUX 1
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
LAMP FANS SPEED WHEN
OPEN INSERTED
LAMP FAN AUX 1
LAMP FAN AUX 1
LAMP FAN AUX 1
BY SHUTTER 1=13V 12=24V
BY COLOUR 1=13V 12=24V
BY GOBO 1=13V 12=24V
2
8
6
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
LAMP FANS SPEED
WHEN SHUTTER CLOSED
G-C FAN AUX 2
AT 330W
1=13V 12=24V
5
MENU
MENU ENTER
ENTER DOWN
UP
GOBO-COL. FAN SPEED
WHEN OPEN INSERTED
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
LAMP FANS SPEED
WHEN COLOURS INSERTED
MENU ENTER DOWN
LAMP FANS SPEED
WHEN GOBOS INSERTED
G-C FAN AUX 2
G-C FAN AUX 2
BY COLOUR 1=13V 12=24V
BY GOBO 1=13V 12=24V
5
5
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
GOBO-COL. FAN SPEED
WHEN COLOUR WHEEL
INSERTED
MENU ENTER DOWN
BALLAST
BALLAST
MAX POWER
BY SHUTTER
BY COLOUR
330W
280W
280W
UP
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
UP
GOBO-COL. FAN SPEED
WHEN GOBO WHEEL
INSERTED
BALLAST
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
BALLAST POWER WHEN
SHUTTER CLOSED
BALLAST POWER WHEN
COLOURS INSERTED
BALLAST
DEFAULT POW.
EXIT TO MAIN
BY GOBO
RESTORE HIDDEN SETTINGS
BALLAST POWER WHEN
OPEN INSERTED
330W
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
BALLAST POWER WHEN
GOBOS INSERTED
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
RESTORE THE DEFAULT
FANS / POWER SETTINGS
MENU ENTER DOWN
UP
EXIT FROM POWER SETUP
MENU
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16- PAN SPEED & TILT SPEED
You can set the PAN and TILT motors at high speed on your RAPTOR.
Press menu until you see PAN SPEED / TILT SPEED.
Press ENTER and select a speed with UP-DOWN (there are 8 speeds).
Confirm by pressing ENTER.
17- OPENING THE PROJECTOR HOUSING
It is possible to inspect the inside of the projector by removing the cover as indicated
below.
ATTENTION
REMOVE MAINS POWER PRIOR TO ACCESSING THE
PROJECTOR’S INTERNAL COMPONENTS.
1) Loosen the 3 “¼ turn” screws which fix the head covers on both sides (picture 1) .
2) Once loosened the screws, simply lift the covers to access the internal components
(picture 2).
PICTURE 1
PICTURE 2
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18- PERIODIC CLEANING
18.1- Lenses and reflectors
Even a fine layer of dust can reduce the luminous output substantially.
Regularly clean all lenses and the reflector using a soft cotton cloth, dampened with a
specialist lens cleaning solution.
18.2- Fans and air passages
The fans and air passages must be cleaned approximately every 6 weeks.
This periodic cleaning will depend of course, on the conditions in which the projector is
operating.
Suitable instruments for performing this type of maintenance are a brush and a
common vacuum cleaner or an air compressor.
If necessary, clean the fans and air passages more frequently.
19- PERIODIC CONTROLS
Attention
!
Disconnect mains power prior to removing the projector housing.
Lamp
UV
The lamp should be replaced if there is any visible damage or deformation due to heat.
This will help to avoid the danger of the lamp exploding.
RAPTOR lamp lifespan is about 1500 hours, then it is necessary to replace it.
Mechanical parts
Periodically check all mechanical parts, gears, guides, belts, etc. for wear and tear,
replacing them if necessary.
Periodically check the lubrification of all components, particularly the parts subject to
high temperatures.
If necessary, lubrificate with suitable lubrificant, available from your D.T.S. distributor.
Check the tension of the belts and adjust it if necessary.
Electrical components
Check all electrical components for correct earthing and proper
connection of all connectors, refastening if necessary.
Fuse replacement
Locate the fuse, which protects the lamp and electronics, in the base of the RAPTOR.
Using a multimeter, test the condition of the fuse, replacing it with one of equivalent
type (5AT) if necessary.
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20- DMX PROTOCOL
18 CHANNELS MODE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
PAN msb
PAN lsb
TILT msb
TILT lsb
SPEED MOVEMENT
PAN FAR (Active only on RAPTOR FPR)
DIMMER
SHUTTER
COLOUR
COLOUR MODE
FIXED GOBO
FIXED GOBO SHAKE
FROST
SMOOTH
PRISM
PRISM ROTATION
FOCUS
RESET + LAMP
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DMX CHANNEL
1
Parameter: PAN msb
DMX CHANNEL
2
Parameter: PAN lsb
DMX CHANNEL
3
Parameter: TILT msb
DMX CHANNEL
4
Parameter: TILT lsb
DMX CHANNEL
5
Parameter: SPEED MOVEMENT
DMX value
Function
000-010
Standard
011-025
Fast movement
026-127
Vector mode from fast to slow
128-247
Variable time reaction to dmx signal (fast to slow)
248-255
Silent movement
DMX CHANNEL
6
DMX value
Parameter: PAN FAR(Active only on RAPTOR FPR)
Function
000-010
Position mode 540° (standard path)
011-020
Position mode 360° ( 1 turn)
021-030
Position mode 720° ( 2 turns)
031-040
Position mode 1080° ( 3 turns)
041-050
Position mode 1440° ( 4 turns)
051-060
Position mode 1800° ( 5 turns)
061-070
Position mode 2160° ( 6 turns)
071-080
Position mode 2520° ( 7 turns)
081-090
Position mode 2880° ( 8 turns)
091-100
Position mode 3240° ( 9 turns)
101-110
Position mode 3600° (10 turns)
111-120
Position mode 360° smart path
121-182
Forward spin rotation speed from max to min
183-193
Stop
194-255
Reverse spin rotation speed from min to max
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DMX CHANNEL
7
Parameter: DIMMER
DMX value
Function
000-007
Black-out
008-255
Proportional dimmer
DMX CHANNEL
8
Parameter: SHUTTER
DMX value
Function
000-019
Black-out
020-039
Open
040-059
Black-out
060-079
Strobe random speed
080-084
Strobe speed 1 (1 flash/sec)
085-089
Strobe speed 2 (2 flash/sec)
090-094
Strobe speed 3 (3 flash/sec)
095-099
Strobe speed 4 (4 flash/sec)
100-104
Strobe speed 5 (5 flash/sec)
105-109
Strobe speed 6 (6 flash/sec)
110-114
Strobe speed 7 (7 flash/sec)
115-119
Strobe speed 8 (8 flash/sec)
120-124
Strobe speed 9 (10 flash/sec)
125-129
Strobe speed 10 (12 flash/sec)
130-134
Strobe speed 11 (15 flash/sec)
135-139
Strobe speed 12 (18 flash/sec)
140-149
Flash open speed 1
150-159
Flash open speed 2
160-169
Flash open speed 3
170-179
Flash open speed 4
180-189
Flash closed speed 1
190-199
Flash closed speed 2
200-209
Flash closed speed 3
210-219
Flash closed speed 4
220-227
Colours/Gobo in black-out
228-233
Pan/Tilt in black-out
234-255
Open
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Parameter: COLOUR
DMX CHANNEL
9
IF CHANNEL 10 = FULL COLOUR (DMX range value 0-63)
DMX value
Function
000-013
Colour 1
014-027
Colour 2
028-041
Colour 3
042-055
Colour 4
056-069
Colour 5
070-083
Colour 6
084-097
Colour 7
098-111
Colour 8
112-125
Colour 9
126-139
Colour 10
140-153
Colour 11
154-167
Colour 12
168-181
Colour 13
182-195
Colour 14
196-209
Colour 15
210-223
Colour 16
224-237
Colour 17
238-255
Colour 18
IF CHANNEL 10 = HALF COLOUR (DMX range value 64-127)
DMX value
Function
000-012
Colour 1
013-025
Colour 1-2
026-038
Colour 2-3
039-051
Colour 3-4
052-064
Colour 4-5
065-077
Colour 5-6
078-090
Colour 6-7
091-103
Colour 7-8
104-116
Colour 8-9
117-129
Colour 9-10
130-142
Colour 10-11
143-155
Colour 11-12
156-168
Colour 12-13
169-181
Colour 13-14
182-194
Colour 14-15
195-207
Colour 15-16
208-220
Colour 16-17
221-233
Colour 17-18
234-255
Colour 18-1
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IF CHANNEL 10 = PROPORTIONAL COLOUR (DMX range value 128-191)
DMX value
Function
000-010
No colour
011-255
Proportional colour
IF CHANNEL 10 = RAINBOW (DMX range value 192-255)
DMX value
Function
000-009
No colour
010-127
Right rotation speed from max to min
128-137
Stop
138-255
Left rotation speed from min to max
DMX CHANNEL
10
Parameter: COLOUR MODE
DMX value
Function
000-063
Full colour
064-127
Half colour
128-191
Proportional colour
192-255
Rainbow
DMX CHANNEL
11
DMX value
Parameter: FIXED GOBO
Function
000-010
Open
011-021
Gobo 1
022-032
Gobo 2
033-043
Gobo 3
044-054
Gobo 4
055-065
Gobo 5
066-076
Gobo 6
077-087
Gobo 7
088-098
Gobo 8
099-109
Gobo 9
110-120
Gobo 10
121-131
Gobo 11
132-142
Gobo 12
143-153
Gobo 13
154-164
Gobo 14
165-175
Gobo 15
176-186
Gobo 16
187-255
Gobo 17
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DMX CHANNEL
12
Parameter: FIXED GOBO SHAKE
DMX value
Function
000-009
Stop
010-016
Gobo shake R-L speed 1
017-023
Gobo shake R-L speed 2
024-030
Gobo shake R-L speed 3
031-037
Gobo shake R-L speed 4
038-044
Gobo shake R-L speed 5
045-051
Gobo shake R-L speed 6
052-058
Gobo shake R-L speed 7
059-065
Gobo shake R-L speed 8
066-072
Gobo shake R-L speed 9
073-079
Gobo shake R-L speed 10
080-086
Gobo shake R-L speed 11
087-093
Gobo shake R-L speed 12
094-100
Gobo shake R-L speed 13
101-107
Gobo shake R-L speed 14
108-114
Gobo shake R-L speed 15
115-126
Gobo shake R-L speed 16
127-138
Stop
139-145
Gobo shake L-R speed 1
146-152
Gobo shake L-R speed 2
153-159
Gobo shake L-R speed 3
160-166
Gobo shake L-R speed 4
167-173
Gobo shake L-R speed 5
174-180
Gobo shake L-R speed 6
181-187
Gobo shake L-R speed 7
188-194
Gobo shake L-R speed 8
195-201
Gobo shake L-R speed 9
202-208
Gobo shake L-R speed 10
209-215
Gobo shake L-R speed 11
216-222
Gobo shake L-R speed 12
223-229
Gobo shake L-R speed 13
230-236
Gobo shake L-R speed 14
237-243
Gobo shake L-R speed 15
244-255
Gobo shake L-R speed 16
DMX CHANNEL
13
Parameter: FROST
DMX value
Function
000-007
No function
008-255
Frost inserted
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DMX CHANNEL
14
Parameter: SMOOTH
DMX value
Function
000-127
No function
128-255
Smooth inserted
DMX CHANNEL
15
Parameter: PRISM
DMX value
Function
000-127
No function
128-255
Prism inserted
DMX CHANNEL
16
Parameter: PRISM ROTATION
DMX value
Function
000-009
Stop
010-127
Left rotation from fast to slow
128-137
Stop
138-255
Right rotation from slow to fast
DMX CHANNEL
17
Parameter: FOCUS
DMX value
000-255
DMX CHANNEL
Function
Linear focus
18
Parameter: RESET + LAMP
DMX value
Function
000-009
No effect
010-060
Lamp OFF (3 sec)
061-129
No effect
130-179
Lamp ON (3 sec)
180-200
No effect
201-239
Internal motor reset
240-255
Total reset
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21- FIXED GOBO WHEEL
14 13
15
12
11
16
10
17
0
9
1
8
7
2
3
6
4
5
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22- COLOUR WHEEL
COLOUR 1
RED
D.T.S. Code:
(0507C059.D14)
COLOUR 7
ORANGE
D.T.S. Code:
(0507C063.D14)
COLOUR 2
YELLOW 1
D.T.S. Code:
(0507C065.D14)
COLOUR 8
DARK BLUE
D.T.S. Code:
(0507C069.D14)
COLOUR 13
LIGHT GREEN
D.T.S. Code:
(0507C073.D14)
COLOUR 3
GREEN
COLOUR 4
PINK
D.T.S. Code:
D.T.S. Code:
(0507C068.D14) (0507C071.D14)
COLOUR 9
LIGHT RED
COLOUR 10
PURPLE
D.T.S. Code:
D.T.S. Code:
(0507C062.D14) (0507C072.D14)
COLOUR 14
MAGENTA
D.T.S. Code:
(0507C074.D14)
COLOUR 15
BLUE
D.T.S. Code:
(0507C070.D14)
COLOUR 5
FULL CTO
COLOUR 6
FULL CTB
D.T.S. Code:
(0507C061.D14)
D.T.S. Code:
(0507C060.D14)
COLOUR 11
YELLOW 2
COLOUR 12
LIGHT BLUE
D.T.S. Code:
(0507C066.D14)
D.T.S. Code:
(0507C075.D14)
COLOUR 16
AMBER
COLOUR 17
DARK GREEN
D.T.S. Code:
(0507C064.D14)
D.T.S. Code:
(0507C067.D14)
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checked. However, no responsibility will be taken for any errors. All rights are reserved
and this document cannot be copied, photocopied or reproduced, in part or
completely, without prior written consent from D.T.S.
D.T.S. reserves the right to make any aesthetic, functional or design modifications to
any of its products without prior notice. D.T.S. assumes no responsibility for the use or
application of the products or circuits described herein.
MADE IN ITALY
ISO 9001:2008
D.T.S. quality system
is certified to the
ISO 9001:2008 standard
D.T.S. products are designed
and manufactured at the D.T.S.
plants in italy
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