Lightworx System Installation, Operation & Service Manual August 2015 / 84-900027-000

Lightworx System Installation, Operation & Service Manual August 2015 / 84-900027-000
Installation, Operation &
Service Manual
Lightworx System
August 2015 / 84-900027-000
Lightworx System Installation, Operation & Service manual
© August 2015 by Brunswick Bowling Products. All rights reserved.
Past Revisions: July 1998, August, 1998, October 1998, March 2006
Lightworx is a registered trademark of Brunswick Bowling Products.
Reorder Part No. 84-900027-000
Notice: If available, updates to this manual can be found on-line at www.brunswickbowling.com.
Confidential proprietary information. All information contained in this document is subject to change without notice.
Brunswick Bowling Products
525 West Laketon Avenue
P.O. Box 329
Muskegon, MI 49443-0329
U.S.A.
231.725.3300
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Table of Contents
SAFETY........................................................................................................................................................................... 4
SAFETY NOTICE TO USERS OF THIS MANUAL...................................................................................................... 5
Brunswick Lightworx System Packaging......................................................................................................................... 6
Warranty and Service Policy............................................................................................................................................. 7
Replacement Parts Under the Warranty............................................................................................................................ 8
Primary Components of Lightworx.................................................................................................................................. 9
System Overview............................................................................................................................................................ 10
Section 1: System Installation......................................................................................................................11
Address Decoder Module .............................................................................................................................................. 12
DIP Switch Settings........................................................................................................................................................ 13
Transformers................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Address Decoder Power.................................................................................................................................................. 16
Cable Routing and Termination...................................................................................................................................... 17
Light Modules................................................................................................................................................................. 21
Module Cable Routing and Termination......................................................................................................................... 22
Cosmetic Covers ............................................................................................................................................................ 23
Section 2: System Operation....................................................................................................................... 24
Initial System Setup and Self-Diagnostic Test................................................................................................................ 24
Selecting Lighting Patterns............................................................................................................................................. 26
Customizing Lighting Patterns....................................................................................................................................... 26
System Control Adjustments.......................................................................................................................................... 27
Adjusting LCD Display.................................................................................................................................................. 27
Adjusting Audio Input Level.......................................................................................................................................... 27
Section 3: Maintenance and Troubleshooting........................................................................................... 28
Maintenance ................................................................................................................................................................... 28
Light Module PCB Replacement.................................................................................................................................... 28
Troubleshooting.............................................................................................................................................................. 29
Appendix A.................................................................................................................................................... 30
Cables.............................................................................................................................................................................. 30
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SAFETY
Throughout this publication, “Warnings”, and “Cautions” (accompanied by one of the International HAZARD
Symbols) are used to alert the mechanic to special instructions concerning a particular service or operation that may
be hazardous if performed incorrectly or carelessly. They are defined below. OBSERVE AND READ THEM
CAREFULLY!
These “Safety Alerts” alone cannot eliminate the hazards that they signal. Strict compliance to these special
instructions when performing the service, plus training and “Common Sense” operation are major accident prevention
measures.
NOTE or IMPORTANT!: Will designate significant informational notes.
WARNING!
Will designate a mechanical or nonelectrical alert which could potentially cause personal injury or
death.
WARNING!
Will designate electrical alerts which could potentially cause personal injury or death.
CAUTION!
Will designate an alert which could potentially cause product damage.
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Will designate grounding alerts.
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SAFETY NOTICE TO USERS OF THIS MANUAL
This manual has been written and published by the Service Department of Brunswick Bowling and Billiards to aid the
reader when servicing or installing the products described.
It is assumed that these personnel are familiar with, and have been trained in, the servicing or installation procedures of
these products, which includes the use of common mechanic’s hand tools and any special Brunswick or recommended
tools from other suppliers.
We could not possibly know of and advise the reader of all conceivable procedures by which a service might be
performed and of the possible hazards and/or results of each method. We have not attempted any such wide evaluation.
Therefore, anyone who uses a service procedure and/or tool, which is not recommended by Brunswick, must first
completely satisfy himself that neither his nor the products safety will be endangered by the service procedure selected.
All information, illustrations and specifications contained in this manual are based on the latest product information
available at the time of publication.
It should be kept in mind, while working on the product, that the electrical system is capable of violent and damaging
short circuits or severe electrical shocks. When performing any work where electrical terminals could possibly be
grounded or touched by the mechanic, the power to the product should be disconnected prior to servicing and remain
disconnected until servicing is complete.
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Brunswick Lightworx System Packaging
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84-860735-xxx Package - Light Kit with Accessories
Qty. Part Number Description
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84-200845-xxx Module Assembly, Lightworx
1
84-200299-xxx Cosmetic Cover, Clear, Division Capping (Package of 20)
1
84-200847-000 Address Decoder Module, Assembly
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84-200287-000 Cable Assembly, Light Module to Light Module
1
84-200298-000 Cable Assembly, Address Decoder Module to Light Module
1
84-200288-000 Cable Assembly, Address Decoder Module to Address Decoder Module
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84-200332-000 Cable Assembly, Address Module Power Adapter
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11-081201-000 Screw, Robertson, #10 x 1-1/2"
1
84-860737-xxx Package, Spare Parts Kit
Qty. Part Number Description
1
84-860737-700 Packaging List
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84-200845-xxx Light Module, Assembly (RoHS)
1
84-200847-000 Address Module, Assembly
1
1
1
L2-600072-xxx Front Desk Kit
Qty. Part Number Description
1
53-860629-xxx Transformer Kit
1
84-860738-401 Front Desk Lightworx Controller
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84-900030-000 Manual - Lightworx
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*53-860649-115 Package, Transformer Kit, 115VAC
Qty. Part Number Description
1
53-600185-115 Transformer, Lightworx Controller/Address Decoder Module, 115VAC, 60Hz
1
53-860649-001 Bracket, Mounting, Transformer
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53-860649-002 Screw, Self Tapping, #8 x 3/4"
84-860736-xxx Package, Color Strip, Division
Qty. Part Number Description
6
84-860736-301 Color Strip, Division Capping (clear)
6
84-860736-229 Color Strip, Division Capping (graphite)
*53-860649-230 Package, Transformer Kit, 230VAC
Qty. Part Number Description
1
53-600185-230 Transformer, Lightworx Controller/Address Decoder Module 230VAC, 50Hz
1
53-860649-001 Bracket, Mounting, Transformer
4
53-860649-002 Screw, Self Tapping, #8 x 3/4"
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NOTE: Transformer dependent upon country of installation.
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Warranty and Service Policy
If any defects in material or workmanship appear during the first three months after installation, the defective part will
be repaired or replaced, at Brunswick’s option, with no charge to the Customer.
If any defects in material appear during the nine months following the initial three month warranty period, the defective
part will be repaired or replaced, at Brunswick’s option, with no charge to the Customer for parts. The Customer must
assume all other costs in making the repair or replacement.
All service calls during the first three months of the warranty period, resulting from the inability of the Customer’s
mechanics to perform required adjustments or maintenance, will be billed directly to the Customer.
Brunswick reserves the right to change the design of any product, but assumes no responsibility to incorporate such
design changes on products already sold.
The warranty applies only to new products installed by Brunswick and extends only to the original purchaser. Repairs
or replacements made by anyone not approved by Brunswick void the warranty.
Under no circumstances shall the Seller or Manufacturer be liable for loss of profits or other direct or indirect costs,
expenses, losses, or damages arising out of defects in or failure of parts.
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Replacement Parts Under the Warranty
All service parts are F.O.B. the installation site both during and after the warranty period. The price of parts includes
delivery by standard means, such as United Parcel Service (UPS). Any expense resulting from expedited delivery, such
as air freight, will be billed to the Customer.
During the one year period, parts which are faulty due to material or workmanship will be replaced or repaired free of
charge only if the old part is properly identified and turned in for credit. Identify the defective part by attaching a tag
containing the part name and part number. Light bulbs are not covered by the warranty.
Service parts are ordered through the Brunswick Bowling and Billiards Corporation toll free number: 1-800-323-1812
or in Michigan, 1-800-626-5963. Refer to the “General Information” section of the Bowling Service Parts Catalog
for address and order information. When ordering service parts, specify part numbers and descriptions to simplify
handling. Use only Genuine Brunswick Replacement Parts.
Introduction
Lightworx is a computer controlled show designed for use with Cosmic bowling. Bowling centers can now present a
colorful, coordinated, computerized light show to bowlers during the Cosmic experience. A music interface feature
included with the system, allows an external audio signal to dictate what the lighting pattern will be.
Basic additions to PVC style division capping along with required cabling and a control unit make the installation of
Lightworx easy.
IMPORTANT!: Lightworx can only be installed on Brunswick PVC division capping. Installation of the PVC
division capping is addressed in the Frameworx Gutter and Capping Installation Manual part number 84-900026-000.
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Primary Components of Lightworx
Light Modules
Eighteen modules are installed within the PVC division capping. Each light module contains a green, a blue, and a
red LED. Seven different light combinations are possible; red, green, blue, red-blue, blue-green, red-green, and redgreen-blue.
Lightworx Controller
This unit is placed at the front desk and contains the on/off control of the system. A computerized chip within the unit
initiates and synchronizes the lighting patterns and color combinations. The proprietor can choose from multiple predesigned lighting patterns and set the time that each pattern repeats.
Address Decoder Modules
The modules are placed near the ball lifts, and provide address (location) input/output signals of each division to the
Lightworx controller. The electrical power supply is also provided to the individual light modules via the address
decoder modules.
Step-Down Transformers
The step-down transformers adapt the 100, 115, or 230 VAC center power to the required 12 VAC power necessary
to operate the system components. Each address decoder module requires its own transformer and a separate
transformer is required for the Lightworx controller. An IEC connector is included with 100VAC and 230VAC
transformers. For 115VAC a power cord will be supplied with the transformer.
Required Cabling
There are five basic cable assemblies provided with the Lightworx system.
• Control Module Interface Cable - used for signal input/output (I/O) between the Lightworx controller and the
first address decoder module on either end of the center.
• Address Decoder Module to Address Decoder Module Cable - connects the individual address decoder
modules together.
• Light Module to Light Module Cable - connects the light modules within a division to each other.
• Address Decoder Module to Light Module Interface Cable - used for signal I/O and power from the division
address decoder module to the light module nearest the foul line.
• Power Supply Adapter Cables- adapts transformer output power to the Lightworx controller and address
decoder modules.
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System Overview
The following System Overview shows the basic layout and components of the Lightworx system. It is intended for
general purposes only and is not meant to replace the step-by-step instructions contained in this manual.
System Overview
(1) light module
(2) transformer
(3) Power connector
(4) address decoder module (5)Lightworx controller (6) alternate location for address decoder module
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Section 1: System Installation
Electrical Power Requirements
For 115VAC and 230 VAC, a power cord is provided with the transformer. The cord is terminated with a NEMA
standard North American 115 VAC plug or a 230 VAC plug. Refer to Figure 1-1 and 1-2. On new installations, this
should be done after the lane foundation is completed.
Figure 1-1. Electrical Power Supply Responsibility Chart
(1)Transformer
(2) incoming electrical service
Figure 1-2. Transformer to Single Phase Power Outlet
NOTE: Use the following load requirements to ensure the ball lift circuit is not overloaded; each transformer pulls 0.35 amps at 115VAC and 0.15 amps at 230VAC.
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Address Decoder Module
DIP Switch Settings
NOTE: Prior to mounting the address decoder modules, the DIP switches must be set to a designated address
as shown in Figures 1-4 and 1-5.
IMPORTANT!: The maximum number of unique addresses for the address decoder modules is 41. If more
than 41 divisions exist, the center should be divided into two sections so that some address decoder modules
share the same DIP switch setting. Example: 100 lane center (51 divisions), divisions 1-26 = addresses 1-26.
At division 27, set addresses to 25, 24, 23, etc.
1. Starting with the address decoder module being installed at the left-most division, set the DIP switches on the
address decoder PCB. Refer to Figure 1-3. Refer to Figures 1-4 and 1-5 for DIP switch settings. The address
decoder module being installed at the left-most division is assigned as address #1.
(1)Address decoder module
(2) dip switches
(3) #6-32 x 1-1/4" pan head screw
Figure 1-3. DIP Switch Location
2. After properly setting the DIP switches as listed in Figures 1-4 and 1-5, install the address decoder module
cover using two #6-32 x 1-1/4" pan head C.R. screws. Reference Figure 1-3.
3. Label the cover of the module enclosure with the address setting of internal DIP switches. This will aid in easy
identification of the unit.
4. Repeat steps 1 through 3 above to set DIP switches for all of the address decoder modules.
IMPORTANT!: The address decoder modules are attached to the return I-joist after the cables are routed
and terminated at the ports of the address decoder module. If address decoder modules are attached at this
time, cable connections become difficult.
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Figure 1-4. DIP Switch Settings
(1)String Address = 1
(4)String Address = 4
(7)String Address = 7
(10)String Address = 10
(13)String Address = 13
(16)String Address = 16
(19)String Address = 19
(22)String Address = 22
(25)String Address = 25
(28)String Address = 28
(2)String Address = 2
(5)String Address = 5
(8)String Address = 8
(11)String Address = 11
(14)String Address = 14
(17)String Address = 17
(20)String Address = 20
(23)String Address = 23
(26)String Address = 26
(3)String Address = 3
(6)String Address = 6
(9)String Address = 9
(12)String Address = 12
(15)String Address = 15
(18)String Address = 18
(21)String Address = 21
(24)String Address = 24
(27)String Address = 27
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Figure 1-5. DIP Switch Settings
(29)String Address = 29
(32)String Address = 32
(35)String Address = 35
(38)String Address = 38
(41) string address = 41
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(30)String Address = 30
(33)String Address = 33
(36)String Address = 36
(39)String Address = 39
(31)String Address = 31
(34)String Address = 34
(37)String Address = 37
(40)String Address = 40
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Transformers
1. Attach the transformer and the address module to the appropriate location under the gutter capping or other
suitable location using hardware provided. The first lane pair requires two transformers and two decoder
modules. The remaining lanes only require one transformer and one decoder module. Refer to Figure 1-6.
Figure 1-6. Transformer and Address Module Mounting Location
(1) transformers
(2) mounting brackets
(3) screws
(4) Address Modules Lightworx System Installation, Operation, and Service Manual
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Address Decoder Power
1.
Connect the Address Module Power Adapter Cable 84-200332-000 appropriately to the transformer before connecting the transformer to the power outlet. Refer to figure 1-7.
Figure 1-7. Attach Power Adapter Cable.
2. Connect the male end of the Address Module Power Adapter Cable 84-200332-000 appropriately to the Address
Module. Refer to figure 1-8.
Figure 1-8. Attach Power Adapter Cable to Address Decoder Module.
3. Connect the Power Adapter to the appropriate power outlet. Repeat steps above to install all of the power supply
transformers for the address decoder modules.
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Cable Routing and Termination
NOTE: Appendix A in the rear of this manual contains cable and component prints for reference purposes.
1. Drill a 3/4" (19 mm) access hole in division capping approximately 3" (76 mm) behind the division reflector
cover. Refer to Figure 1-9.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
PVC division capping
drill 3/4" through hole
support strip
end view
top view division reflector cover
Figure 1-9. Drill Cable Access
2. Route address decoder module to light module cables beneath the approach from the selected location of the
address decoder modules to the first light modules located on each division capping. Refer to Figure 1-10 for a
view of cable routing/termination. Route connector end of cable through 3/4" (19 mm) access hole on division
capping (step 1 above).
CAUTION! Only plug cable into the front of
system will occur!
first module (Refer to Figure 1-10) or damage to
3. Route address decoder module to address decoder module cables. Refer to Figures 1-10 and 1-11.
NOTE: For the first pair of lanes and lane breaks, two sets of address decoder modules and transformers will
be installed under the gutter capping. Lane breaks will make it necessary to place address decoder modules in
such a way as to keep them within reach of each other using the 16' address decoder module cable.
4. Route power supply adapter cables from transformers to the adapters, then to the address decoder modules.
5. Route a control module interface cable assembly from the Lightworx controller to the address decoder module
located on either of the outside lanes. Refer to Figure 1-10 and 1-11 for cable/termination view.
6. With cables routed to address decoder modules, perform steps 6a through 6d:
a. Insert the connector end of the address decoder module to light module cable (5-pin), into the J2 port.
Insert the miniature RCA plug of power supply adapter cable into J4 port of address decoder module.
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Figure 1-10. Cable Routing/Termination
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b. Insert the connector end of one of the address module to address module cables (11-pin) into the visible J1 or J3 port of the address decoder module.
c. Terminate remaining address decoder module to address decoder
module cable at either J1 or J3 port of module.
d. Repeat steps 6a through 6d for each of the address decoder modules.
7.
Insert 11-pin connector end of control module interface cable assembly into last unused J1 or J3 port of the
address decoder module located on either of the outside lanes.
8.
Insert the two terminal ends of the power supply adapter cable assembly into the corresponding receptacles
attached to transformer leads.
9.
Insert the 15-pin connector end of control module interface cable assembly into the J4 port on rear of
Lightworx controller.
10.
Install a line terminator into the last address decoder module. Refer to Figure 1-11.
NOTE: Line terminators may cause occasional interference with light module operation. If this occurs, remove
line terminator and check system again.
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Figure 1-11. Cable Routing/Termination
(1) lightworx controller
(2) Power Supply Adapter Cable (transformer to lightworx controller)
(3)transformer
(4) iec power cord
(5) iec plug
(6) control module interface cable
(7) address decoder module
(8) address decoder module to address decoder module cable
(9)caution: connect address decoder module to light module cable as shown or damage to system will occur
(10) address decoder module to light module cable
(11) light module
(12) light module to light module cable
(13)power supply adapter cable (transformer to address decoder module)
(14) line terminator (installed on last address decoder module)
(15) in
(16) out
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Light ModuleS
Installation
NOTE: Installation of the Lightworx light modules requires the new PVC division capping with the clear strips.
The Light modules CANNOT be installed in UOS/VOS capping. Do not proceed with the following steps unless
PVC division capping is installed.
1. If installed, remove the clear strips on top of PVC division capping.
2. From the foul line, measure 24" (610 mm) along the center line of division capping and place a mark on capping
for light module location. Refer to Figure 1-12 for view of light module placement.
Figure 1-12. Light Module Location
(1) division reflector cover
(2)
foul line
(3)
light module
(4) light module/address module cable previously routed.
(5)
in
(6)
out
3. From the original marked location, continue to measure and mark in 35-1/4" (895 mm) increments all the way
down the division capping. These will be the locations for leading edge placement of the light modules.
NOTE:If screws attaching the division capping interfere with placement of light modules, remove screws and
reinstall in alternate location on capping.
4. Peel off adhesive backing on bottom of module. Carefully position light module into the alignment groove of
capping making sure that the foul line edge of module is on mark made in step 3 above. Align the scoop to face
evenly forward and press down firmly on module housing to secure.
5. Repeat step 4 to install all of the light modules in the division capping.
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Module Cable Routing and Termination
1. Route light module to light module cables between the light modules on a division. See Figure 1-8 for routing/
termination points.
2. Starting at the light module closest to foul line, insert the connector end of the address decoder module to light
module cable into the J2 port of light module.
3. Insert the connector ends of light module to light module cable into the light modules. Refer to Figure 1-13.
Move any excess slack toward the light module nearest the foul line and apply a length of PVC electrical tape
to secure cable. This is necessary to keep cable centered in division capping. Refer to Figure 1-13.
(1)approach
(2) light module
(3)pvc electrical tape
Figure 1-13. Route Light Module Cables
4. Insert connector ends of light module to light module cables into the light modules while straightening and
taping cables to remove excess slack (step 3).
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Cosmetic Covers
Installation
1. Install cosmetic covers between all light modules as shown in Figure 1-14.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
light module
clear strip
cosmetic cover
light module to light
module cable
Figure 1-14. Cosmetic Cover
2. Smooth edges of cover down to fit snugly within the bottom corners of capping to conceal light module cabling.
NOTE: If cosmetic covers are too long between modules, place overlapping end on module nearest the foul line.
3. Reinstall clear strips on top of division capping. Refer to Figure 1-14.
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Section 2: System Operation
Initial System Setup and Self-Diagnostic Test
IMPORTANT!: After installation of the Lightworx system, it is necessary to perform the following steps to
identify the number of divisions (light strings) installed and to verify proper system operation.
At the Lightworx controller, perform the following:
1. Place toggle switch on rear of Lightworx controller to ON (up ) position, the word "READY" appears when the
self-diagnostic test is complete. Refer to Figure 2-1.
Figure 2-1. Lightworx Controller Face Plate
(1)LCD Screen
(4) run/stop key
(7) custom key
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(2) scroll up key
(3) scroll down key
(5) toggle "on/off" switch (6) setup key
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2. Press and hold the SETUP key for ten seconds.
3. At the prompt, "No. of divisions", use the s and t keys to indicate the number of divisions with Lightworx.
4. Press SETUP key when the correct number of divisions is displayed.
5. Use the s and t keys to select diagnostic pattern(s) to be activated.
NOTE: Diagnostic patterns are currently designed to verify that light strings/modules have consistent flashing
of colors and color combinations and that address decoder modules are properly sequenced. Diagnostics may
also be done to assist in troubleshooting the system.
6. To exit SETUP mode, place toggle switch to OFF (down) position.
7. Place toggle switch to the ON (up) position and press the RUN/STOP key for normal system operation. The
default lighting will begin with name of lighting pattern listed on the LCD display.
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Selecting Lighting Patterns
1. With system power on (step 1 above), press the s key to scroll up through patterns or press the t key to scroll
down through patterns. Refer to Figure 2-1.
2. When desired pattern is listed on LCD display, press RUN/STOP key to activate new pattern.
Customizing Lighting Patterns
1. Press CUSTOM key on front desk control center. Refer to Figure 2-1.
2. Press SETUP key and use the s and t keys to select program designator ; A, B, or , C.
3. Press SETUP again and use the s and t keys to choose the desired lighting pattern.
4. Press SETUP and use the s and t keys to select pattern running time.
5. Press SETUP and use the s and t keys to set the time delay between programs.
6. Now press SETUP to enter data for program "B" and repeat steps 3, 4, and 5.
7. Press CUSTOM key when finished selecting customized lighting patterns.
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System Control Adjustments
There are two basic adjustments that can be made to the system; changing the LCD display contrast and trimming the
external audio input level. Both of these adjustments are made on the rear of the Lightworx controller.
Adjusting LCD Display
To adjust the contrast of the LCD display on Lightworx controller:
1. Locate the adjustment potentiometer screw on the rear of the Lightworx controller. Refer to Figure 2-2 for
location of screw.
Figure 2-2. Lightworx controller Rear View
(1) Power Input (transformer jack)
(2)power on/off (3)
control module interface cable port
(4) serial port
(5) display contrast (LCD) (6) audio left
(7) audio right
(8) audio input level
(9) decrease
(10) increase
2. Rotate adjustment screw clockwise to increase contrast; counterclockwise to decrease contrast.
Adjusting Audio Input Level
If an external music interface (i.e., CD player, FM tuner) is being used, the audio input signal may be too weak to
adequately drive the lighting pattern. To compensate for a weak audio input signal:
1. Locate the adjustment potentiometer screw on the rear of the Lightworx controller. Refer to Figure 2-2 for
location of screw.
2. Rotate adjustment screw clockwise to increase (amplify) the audio input signal. Continue to increase signal
strength until lighting patterns operate as desired.
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Section 3: Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Maintenance
Light Module PCB Replacement
NOTE: The individual LEDs within the light modules are not replaceable.
1. Remove the clear strip from division capping to gain access to module needing replacement.
2. As needed, lift end and slide adjacent cosmetic covers away from light module being replaced.
3. Unplug the light module to light module cables from both ends of the module.
4. Using a small, straight tip screwdriver, gently push on two tabs of lower light module enclosure while lifting up
on front edge of enclosure. When both front hooks are free, slide back top enclosure until cover is free. Refer
to Figure 3-1.
Figure 3-1. Replace LED PCB
(1) unlock tab with Screwdriver (2)
light module (3)
slide cover back
(4) replace pcb and reinstall cover
5. Remove defective PCB and place new PCB into lower housing.
6. Install top enclosure of light module.
7. Reverse procedures in steps 1, 2, and 3 to complete module replacement.
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Appendix A
Cables
Light Module to Light Module Cable 35.5" (902 mm) - 84-200287-000
(1) to "j1" or "j2" on light module(2)black
(4)brown
(5)yellow
(3) red
(6)orange
Address Decoder Module to Address Decoder Module Cable 16' (4.8 m) - 84-200288-000
(1) to "j1" or "J3" on address (2) red
decoder module
(4)orange
(5)white/orange
(7)white/yellow
(8)brown
(10)black
(11)white/black
(3) white/red
(6)yellow
(9)white/Brown
(12)drain
Control Module Interface Cable 300' (91.4 m) - 84-200289-000
(1) to Lightworx controller (2)TO "J1" ON ADDRESS DECODER (3)
red
MODULE
(4)white/red
(5)orange
(6)white/orange
(7)yellow
(8)white/yellow
(9)brown
(10)white/brown
(11)black
(12)white/black
(13)Drain
(14) no connection
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Lightworx System Installation, Operation, and Service Manual
Address Decoder Module to Light Module Cable 22' (6.7 m) - 84-200298-000
(1) to "j2" on light module or "J2" (2)
address decoder module
(4) brown
(5) yellow
black (3)
red
(6) orange
Lightworx Controller Power Adapter Cable 10' (3 m) 84-200331-000
(1) to transformer (2) to Lightworx controller
Address Decoder Module Power Adapter Cable 1' (305 mm) 84-200332-000)
(1) to transformer
(2) to address module
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