XRLED 500 SPOT PR-8160

XRLED 500 SPOT PR-8160
XRLED 500 SPOT
PR-8160
This product manual contains important information about the safe installation and use of this projector.
Please read and follow these instructions carefully and keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
PR LIGHTING LTD.
http://www.pr-light ing.com
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SAFE USAGE OF THE PROJECTOR
INSTALLING THE PROJECTOR
POWER SUPPLY – MAINS
CONTROL CONNECTIONS
DMX TERMINATOR
SETUP OPTIONS-PROJECTOR CONFIGURATION
TO SET THE DMX START ADDRESS
STAND-ALONE MODE
MASTER/SLAVE MODE
OPERATION MENU
REPLACING GOBOS
DMX PROTOCOL
INDICATION OF LED DIGITAL TUBE
MAINTENANCE
LUBRICATION
KEEPING THE PROJECTOR CLEAN
TROUBLESHOOTING
TECHNICAL DATA
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
COMPONENT ORDER CODES
Please note that as part of our ongoing commitment to continuous product development, specifications are subject to change without notice. Whilst
every care is taken in the preparation of this manual we reserve the right to change specifications in the course of product improvement. The
publishers cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of the information herein, or any consequence arising from them.
Every unit is tested completely and packed properly by the manufacturer. Please make sure the packing and / or the unit are in good condition
before installation and use. Should there be any damage caused by transportation, consult your dealer and do not use the unit. Any damage caused
by improper use will not be assumed by the manufacturer and / or dealer.
ACCESSORIES
These items are packed together with the projector:
Name
G clamps
XLR cable
Safety cord
This manual
Ω clamps
Quantity
Unit
2
1
1
1
2
Pcs
Pc
Pc
Pc
Pcs
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Remark
with plug and socket
Optional
SAFE USAGE OF THE PROJECTOR
When unpacking and before disposing of the carton check there is no transportation damage before using the projector. Should there
be any damage caused by transportation, consult your dealer and do not use the apparatus.
The projector is for indoor use only, IP20. Use only in dry locations. Keep this device away from rain and moisture, excessive heat,
humidity and dust. Do not allow contact with water or any other liquids.
The projector is only intended for installation, operation and maintenance by qualified personnel.
The projector must be installed in a location with adequate ventilation, at least 50cm from adjacent wall surfaces. Be sure that no
ventilation slots are blocked.
Do not project the beam onto inflammable surfaces, minimum distance is 1.3m.
1.3m
Avoid direct exposure to the light from the lamp. The light is harmful to the eye.
Do not attempt to dismantle and/or modify the projector in any way.
Electrical connection must only be carried out by qualified personnel.
Before installation, ensure that the voltage and frequency of power supply match the power requirements of the projector.
It is essential that each projector is correctly earthed and that electrical installation conforms to all relevant standards.
Do not connect this device to any other types of dimmer apparatus.
Make sure that the power-cord is never crimped or damaged by sharp edges. Never let the power-cord come into contact with other cables.
Only handle the power-cord by the plug. Never pull out the plug by tugging the power-cord.
The projector should always be installed with a secondary safety fixing. A safety cord is supplied for this; it should be attached as
shown in “installing the projector” section.
Shields and lens shall be changed if they have become visibly damaged to such an extent than their effectiveness is impaired, for
example by cracks or deep scratches.
Exterior surface temperatures of the luminaire after 5 minutes operation is 45℃, when steady state is achieved 50℃,
There is no user serviceable parts inside the projector, do not open the housing and never operate the projector with the covers
removed.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to consult your dealer or manufacturer.
Always disconnection from Power before a device’s installation, cleaning and maintenance !
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INSTALL THE PROJECTOR
Handle
Safety cord
Clamp
Warning
Please run the safety cord
through a safety cord hole
for safety.
Safety cord hold
106
Operation menu
106
Take 2 clamps and the safety cord out from the package and mount 2 clamps on the underside of fixture with 2 retainers attached to
each clamp. Hang the fixture on the structure and fasten the screws attached to each clamp. (See the WARNING on the underside of
the base as shown above) To pass SAFETY CORD through 1 HOLE for safety! Always ensure that the projector is firmly
anchored to avoid vibration and slipping whilst functioning. Always ensure that the structure that you are going to mount the projector
is secure and is strong enough to support a weight of each projector.
WARNING:
1. A device MUST be lifted or carried by its HANDLES instead of clamps.
2. For safety the safety cord should afford 10 times the unit’s weight.
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POWER SUPPLY-MAINS
Connect the power cord as follows:
L (live) =brown
E (earth) =yellow/green
N (neutral) =blue
Use the plug provided to connect the mains power to the projector paying attention to the voltage and frequency marked on the panel
of the projector. It is recommended that each projector be supplied separately so that they may be individually switched on and off.
IMPORTANT
It is essential that each projector is correctly earthed and the electrical installation conforms to all relevant standards.
CONTROL CONNECTION
Connection between controller and projector and between one projector and another must be made with a 2 core-screened cable, with
each core having at least a 0.5mm diameter. Connection to and from the projector is via cannon 5 pin (which are included with the
projector) or 3 pin XLR plugs and sockets. The XLR's are connected as shown in the figure above.
Note: care should be taken to ensure that none of the pins touch the metallic body of the plug or each other. The body of the plug is not
connected in any way. The projector accepts digital control signals in protocol DMX512 (1990).
Connect the controller’s output to the first fixture’s input, and connect the first fixture’s output to the second fixture’s input and connect
the rest fixtures in the same way. Eventually connect the last fixture’s output to a DMX terminator as shown in the figure below.
NO.1
DMX
controller
DMX512
Input
Output
NO.2
Input
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Output
NO.n
Input
Output
XLR
terminator
DMX TERMINATOR
In the Controller mode, at the last fixture in the chain, the DMX output has to be connected with a DMX terminator. This prevents
electrical noise from disturbing and corrupting the DMX control signals.
The DMX terminator is simply an XLR connector with a 120 (ohm) resistor connected across pins 2 and 3, which is then plugged
into the output socket on the last projector in the chain. The connections are illustrated below.
DMX TERMINATOR
2
1
3
120
CONNECTION
Connect a 120 (OHM) resistor
across pins 2 and 3 in an XLR plug
and insert into the DMX out socket
on the last unit in the chain.
PIN 2
PIN 3
SETUP OPTIONS-PROJECTOR CONFIGURATION
A device configuration can be set conveniently via press button switch and LCD display.
Launch the projector. Press button ENTER more than 5 seconds to unlock panel, LCD display shows functional menus which have
their own sub-menus for designated functions, the below is the details
Press button UP or DOWN if you want to browse through the various Setup Options.
Press button ENTER to save your settings or enter the next menu.
Press button UP or DOWN to shift.
Press button FUNC, it will return to the upper menu one by one. If you stay for minutes defaulted will show display status
automatically.
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TO SET THE DMX START ADDRESS
Each projector must be given a DMX start address so that the correct projector responds to the correct control signals. This DMX start
address is the channel number from which the projector starts to “listen” to the digital control information being sent out from the
controller. The fixture has 3 DMX modes. There are standard mode, extended mode and short mode. For example standard mode has
23 channels, so set the No. 1 projector’s address 001, No. 2 projector’s address 024, No. 3 projector’s address 047, No. 4 projector’s
address 070, and so on.
Launch the projector. Press button ENTER more than 5 seconds to unlock panel.
Press button FUNC to display DMX address;
Press button UP and DOWN, you can set the address;
Press button ENTER to confirm, after powered next time, the last saved settings will be showed.
Press button FUNC, it will return to the upper menu one by one.
STAND-ALONE MODE
Operate the projector without connecting a controller, enable the master mode in the operation panel, the projector
will run in Stand-Alone mode automatically.
DMX address can be set without limitations.
MASTER/SLAVE MODE
Many projectors can run synchronously in the Master/Slave mode by linking them with each other. Select one
projector as the master with setting options at any mode of master’s modes enabled and make the other projectors as
the slaves with setting options slave mode enabled and their DMX start address “001”.
Using XLR-XLR cables, Connect the first fixture’s output to the second fixture’s input, and connect the second fixture’s output to the
third fixture’s input and connect the rest fixtures in the same way. Eventually connect the last fixture’s output to a DMX terminator as
shown in the figure below.
After powered, the group will run in synchronous Master/Slave Mode.
Master
Input
Output
Slave
Input
Output
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Slave
Input
Output
XLR
Terminator
OPERATION MENU
1st LEVEL
AddR
DMX Address
Reset
CNFG
Config Settings
2nd LEVEL
XXX
(XXX:1~512)
3rd LEVEL
4th LEVEL
Are You Sure
DMX mode
(Default is:STD)
Standard 23
STD 23,Maximm Address:490
Short 18
Short 18,Maximm Address:495
Extended 31
Extended 31,Maximm Address:482
OFF
Pan Tilt Swap
(Default is OFF)
ON
OFF
Pan Tilt Invert
(Default is OFF)
ON
Pan Correction
Tilt Correction
0~127
0~127
XLR First
XLR ONLY
Wireless Only
Wireless First
Wireless to XLR
Yes
Wireless Mode
(Default is XLR)
Unlink Wireless
Slave
Master/Slave Options
(Default is slave)
Master
Restore ex-factory Defaults
yES
parameters Transmission
yES
Language
English/Chinese
Display Mode
Off after delay/ Always on
Display Invert
OFF/ON
Display Contrast
0~18
Display Options
INFO
(Information)
Power-on Time
XXXX
Software version
Auto- Test
1.0.0
Yes
TEST
Test Mode
Iris effect Options
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NO
Iris not in use
Iris Effect1
Fixed Gobo Wheel
Manual Test
Rotating Gobo Wheel
Iris effect 2
Iris Effect 3
NO Gobo
Gobo 1 to Gobo 7
Forward Rotation
Reverse Rotation
GWS1-GWS6
Shake Effect 1-6
NO Gobo
Gobo from 1 to 6
Forward rotation
Reverse Rotation
Shake Effect 1-6
GOBO Rotation
Prism Settings
Prism rotation
Red Dimmer
Green Dimmer
Blue Dimmer
White Dimmer
Focus
Zoom
Pan Location
TILT Location
STOP
Forward rotation
Reverse rotation
NO
No prism
HAVE
Prism is available
STOP
Forward rotation
Reverse rotation
0-255
Red Linear Adjustment
0-255
Green Linear Adjustment
0-255
Blue Linear Adjustment
0-255
White Linear Adjustment
0-255
Linearly focusing
0-255
Linearly Zooming
0-255
0-255
Pan/Tilt speed
0-255
CH01
Strobe
0-255
DMX mode
Run preset memory
mENU
Operation Mode
Run user memory
ET XX
User memory from 01 to 16
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CH02
Dimmer
0-255
CH03
Red
0-255
CH04
Green
0-255
CH05
Blue
0-255
CH06
White
0-255
CH07
Iris
0-255
CH08
Fixed Gobo Wheel
0-255
CH09
Rotating Gobo Wheel
0-255
CH10
Gobo Rotation Direction
0-255
CH11
Prism Settings
0-255
CH12
Prism Rotation
0-255
CH13
Focusing
0-255
CH14
Zooming
0-255
CH15
Pan Location
0-255
CH116
Tilt Location
0-255
CH17
Pan/Tilt Speed
0-255
CH18
Scene hold time
0~25 seconds
Remark:
1. In the synchronous control of multiple projectors parameters can be transmitted from the master including: DMX mode,
display setting, operation mode(user memory data included);
2. All projectors Accepting parameters will automatically be set to slave mode.
Explanations for the logos on top-right of the display
S: Slave
M: Master
D: DMX 512
I: Preset Memory
U: User’s Memory
T: Test Mode
Lock Logo: all buttons are locked, press “ENTER” button for more than 5 seconds till lock logo disappears and buttons are
unlocked.
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REPLACING GOBOS
Rotating Gobo Wheel
Fixed Gobo Wheel
Disconnect the fixture from power. Carefully lift off the cover by undoing the 4 fast-fit screws.
Before the replacement of fixed gobos, take leaf spring out using finger, push the gobos out carefully and insert new gobos.
For rotating gobos: take rotating gobo wheel out by hand, push gobos out after pulling out leaf springs. Insert new gobos into gobo
holders, then insert leaf spring back and make sure it is in narrow ring groove in the holder, i.e. internal ring groove in the holder, then
flatten it. At last, use appropriate tool to push tightening spring back, then put the holder back into the wheel by another hand.
Note: If the gobo is a glass one, it should be touched with glabrous, clean and soft tissue or cloth matted between hand and glass
instead of with bare hand.
Close the rear cover and fasten 4 fast-fit screws.
DMX PROTOCOL
Short
mode
Standard
mode
Extended
mode
FUNCTION
DMX
1
1
1
Strobe
000-015
016-255
black
2
2
2
Dimmer
000-255
Dimming from dark to light (0-100%)
3
Dimmer Fine
000-255
000
001~255
000
001-031
Dimmer in 16 Bit precision
3
3
4
Color Control
3
4
5
Color Macro
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DESCRIPTION
Strobe speed from slow to fast
NO
CT from low to high
No
Red
4
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
9
10
9
10
Green
064-095
Blue
096-127
White
128-159
Yellow
160-191
Cyan
192-223
All Lamps On
224-255
Rainbow Effect(Speed From Slow to Fast)
6
Red
0-255
Red from light to Dark (0-100%)
7
Red Fine
0-255
Red in 16 Bit precision
8
Green
0-255
Green from light to Dark (0-100%)
9
Green Fine
0-255
Green in 16 Bit precision
10
Blue
0-255
Blue from light to Dark (0-100%)
11
Blue Fine
0-255
Blue in 16 Bit precision
12
White
0-255
White from light to Dark (0-100%)
13
White Fine
0-255
White in 16 Bit precision
14
15
8
032-063
14
16
Iris
Iris Fine
000-207
From big to Small
208-223
Iris effect 1
224-239
Iris effect 2
240-255
Iris effect 3
0-255
Fixed Gobo
Wheel
Rotating Gobo
Wheel
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Iris in 16 Bit precision
000-015
White
016-031
Gobo1
032-047
Gobo 2
048-063
Gobo 3
064-079
Gobo 4
080-095
Gobo 5
096-111
Gobo 6
112-127
Gobo 7
128-143
Rotation from slow to fast
144-159
Reverse rotation from slow to fast
160-175
Gobo shake 1 from fast to slow
176-191
Gobo shake 2 from fast to slow
192-207
Gobo shake 3 from fast to slow
208-223
Gobo shake 4 from fast to slow
224-239
Gobo shake 5 from fast to slow
240-255
Gobo shake 6 from fast to slow
000-015
016-031
032-047
048-063
064-079
080-095
096-111
112-127
No Gobo
Gobo1
Gobo 2
Gobo 3
Gobo 4
Gobo 5
Gobo 6
Gobo 7
128-143
144-159
160-175
176-191
192-207
208-223
224-239
240-255
000-207
208-223
224-239
240-255
Rotation speed from slow to fast
Reverse rotation from slow to fast
Gobo shake 1 from fast to slow
Gobo shake 2 from fast to slow
Gobo shake 3 from fast to slow
Gobo shake 4 from fast to slow
Gobo shake 5 from fast to slow
Gobo shake 6 from fast to slow
0~540°indexable
Gobo rotation from slow to fast
Stop rotating
Reverse rotation from slow to fast
000-255
Gobo rotation in 16 Bit precision
White
Prism
Stop rotating
Prism rotation from slow to fast
Stop rotating
Reverse rotation from slow to fast
Linearly focusing
12
18
Gobo rotation
13
19
Gobo rotation
Fine
12
14
20
Prism
13
15
21
Prism rotation
14
16
22
Focus
000-019
020-255
000-063
064-127
128-191
192-255
000-255
23
Focus Fine
000-255
Focus in 16 precision
24
Zoom
000-255
Linearly focusing
25
Zoom Fine
000-255
Focus in 16 precision
18
26
Pan
000-255
Pan rotation 0°~ 540°
19
27
Pan Fine
000-255
Pan rotation in 16 precision
20
28
Tilt
000-255
Tilt rotation 0°~270°
21
29
000-255
Tilt rotation in 16 precision
22
30
Tilt Fine
Pan & Tilt
speed
000-255
Pan &Tilt speed from fast to slow
23
31
000-048
049-255
Reserved
11
15
16
17
18
17
Control
Reset
Note:
****Channel priority from high to low are as follows: RGB Dimmer, Color Macro, Color Temperature
****While prior Channel is used, lower channel is invalid
INDICATION OF LED DIGITAL TUBE
Decimal point of the first digital tube
Decimal point of the third digital tube
Decimal point of the fourth digital tube
Parameters that LED digital tubes display
On
Off
On
Off
On
Off
Flash
DMX signal OK
No DMX signal
Master / slave signal is OK
No master / slave signal
When setting master mode
When setting slave mode
Parameters not saved, press “ENTER” to save them
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MAINTENANCE
If the projector does not function, check the fuses on the power socket of the projector, they should only be replaced by fuses of the
same specification. Should these be damaged call a qualified technician before replacement. The projector has thermal protection
device that will switch off the projector in case of overheating, should either of these operate, check that the fans are not blocked, and if
they are dirty clean them before switching on the projector again. Check that the fans are operational, if not call a qualified technician.
Any maintenance work should only be carried out by qualified technicians.
LUBRICATION
To ensure the continuous rotation of the rotating gobos and linear motion of the lens for focusing, it is recommended that the bearings
for the rotating gobos and the 2 shafts for the focusing lens holder be lubricated periodically, preferably every two months. Use only
high quality, high-temperature resistant grease instead of any type of oil. When lubricating
the bearings, a syringe with a fine needle is the easiest way to introduce the grease to the bearings around each gobo.
KEEPING THE PROJECTOR CLEAN
To ensure the reliability of the projector it should be kept clean. It is recommended that the fans should be cleaned every 15 days. The
lens and dichroic colour filters should also be regularly cleaned to maintain an optimum light output. Do NOT use any type of
solvent on dichroic colour filters.
Cleaning frequency depends on the environment in which the fixture operates: damp, smoke or particularly dirty surroundings can
cause greater accumulation of dirt on the unit’s optics. A soft cloth and typical glass cleaning products should be used in cleaning. It is
recommended to clean the external optics at least once every 20 days and clean the internal optics at least once every 30 / 60 days.
Do not use any organic solvent, e.g. alcohol, to clean the reflector mirror, dichroic colour filters or housing of the apparatus.
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
ACTION

Check the fuse on the power socket.

Replace the lamp.
The lamp comes on but the projector doesn’t

Make sure that the projector is correctly configurated.
respond to the controller

Replace or repair the DMX cable.
The projector only functions intermittently

Make sure the fan is working and not dirty.

Check the lenses are not broken.

Remove dust or grease from the lenses.

Make sure the lamp is installed correctly.

Carefully clean the optical group lenses and the projector components.

Check the optics is clean.

Replace with a new lamp of the specified type and rating.
The projector doesn’t switch on
Defective projection
The project image appears to have a halo
The beam appears dim
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TECHNICAL DATA
VOLTAGES:
100V~240V AC,50/60Hz
POWER CONSUMPTION:
350W@220V
LIGHT SOURCE:
280W LED, RGBW 4 in 1
COLOURS:
RGBW(Red Green Blue White) Linearly Mixing with Macro
With variable speed bi-directional rainbow effect
Variable pulse and strobe effects
COLOR TEMPERATURE:
Linear adjustment from 2700K~10000K
GOBOS:
1 ROTATING GOBO WHEEL:
7 interchangeable gobos+ white, glass or metal gobos can be fixed
Indexable, bi-directionally rotatable and Wheel Scrolling at variable speeds, shakable at variable speeds
1 FIXED GOBO WHEEL:
7 interchangeable gobos+ white
bi-directional wheel scrolling at variable speeds, shaking at variable speeds
Gobo diameter: Φ27.8mm
Gobo image diameter: Φ23mm
PRISM:
1x3 facet prism, bi-directionally rotatable at variable speeds
IRIS:
Linearly adjusted with Macro
FOCUS:
linearly focusing controlled by DMX
DIMMER:
0-100% linearly adjustable
STROBE:
Electronic strobe, 0.3~20 F.P.S
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BEAM ANGLE:
12°~36°linear adjustment
HEAD MOVEMENT:
Pan 540º, Tilt 270º with auto position correction
Swap and Invert functions of Pan and Tilt
CONTROL:
DMX512, 3 pin, 5 pin interfaces
18channels in short mode, 23 channels in standard mode, and 31 channels in extended mode.
Master/slave mode
Stand-alone mode
Self-test mode
OTHER FUNCTIONS:
Adjustable Pan & Tilt speed
Fixture usage time display
Software version display
DMX512 wireless available
Optional DMX512 wireless remitter
HOUSING:
Composite plastic, IP20
WEIGHT:
23.5Kg
SIZES:
See at below
377
542
650
422
445
410
338
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LIGHT OUTPUT:
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ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
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COMPONENT ORDER CODES
NAME
400W POWER SUPPLY
230W POWER SUPPLY
RGBW LIGHT SOURCE
5A FUSE
TILT BELT
PAN BELT
TAIL FAN
BASE FAN
PAN MOTOR
TILT MOTOR
IRIS MOTOR
PRISM MOTOR
ROTATING GOBO WHEEL MOTOR
PRISM ROTATION MOTOR
GOBO ROTATION MOTOR
FOCUS MOTOR
ZOOM MOTOR
FIXED GOBO WHEEL MOTOR
CONSTANT CURRENT SUPPLY
PAN/TILT DRIVE PCB
MOTOR DRIVE PCB
DISPLAY PCB
PART NO.
192010153
192010156
150020258
270041045
290151378
290151343
030060061
030060080
030040190
030040084
030040084
030040155
030040125
030040095
030040154
030040095
192010155
230060193
230060145
230060142
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QUANTITY
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
REMARK
5X20 5A、250V
HTD-684-3M
HTD-447-3M
92X92X25
60X60X20
PR LIGHTING LTD.
1582 Xingye Avenue, Nancun Panyu
Guangzhou, 511442 China
TEL: +86-20-3995 2888
FAX: +86-20-3995 2330
P/N: 320020100
Version: 20131009 (Preliminary)
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