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Christie CP 2210 Setup guide
CP2210
Setup Guide
020-100524-04
CP2210
Setup Guide
020-100524-04
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GENERAL WARRANTY STATEMENTS
For complete information about Christie’s limited warranty, please contact your Christie dealer. In addition to the other
limitations that may be specified in Christie’s limited warranty, the warranty does not cover:
a. Damage occurring during shipment, in either direction.
b. Cinema projector lamps (See Christie’s separate lamp program policy).
c. Damage caused by use of a cinema projector lamp beyond the recommended lamp life, or use of a lamp supplied by a
supplier other than Christie.
d. Problems caused by combination of the product with non-Christie equipment, such as distribution systems, cameras,
video tape recorders, etc., or use of the product with any non-Christie interface device.
e. Damage caused by misuse, improper power source, accident, fire, flood, lightning, earthquake or other natural
disaster.
f. Damage caused by improper installation/alignment, or by product modification, if by other than a Christie authorized
repair service provider.
g. For LCD projectors, the warranty period specified applies only where the LCD projector is in “normal use.” “Normal
use” means the LCD projector is not used more than 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. For any LCD projector where
“normal use” is exceeded, warranty coverage under this warranty terminates after 6000 hours of operation.
h. Failure due to normal wear and tear.
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
Preventative maintenance is an important part of the continued and proper operation of your product. Please see the
Maintenance section for specific maintenance items as they relate to your product. Failure to perform maintenance as
required, and in accordance with the maintenance schedule specified by Christie, will void the warranty.
Table of Contents
1: Introduction
1.1 Cinema projector Labels and Marking ........................................................................................1-1
1.2 General Precautions .....................................................................................................................1-1
1.3 AC/Power Precautions.................................................................................................................1-2
1.4 Lamp Precautions ........................................................................................................................1-2
1.5 Contact Your Dealer ....................................................................................................................1-3
2: Installation and Setup
2.1 Power Requirements....................................................................................................................2-1
2.2 What’s In the Box? ......................................................................................................................2-1
2.3 Cinema Projector Components ....................................................................................................2-1
2.3.1 Air Filter Cover and Air Filter.............................................................................................2-1
2.3.2 Douser..................................................................................................................................2-1
2.3.3 Adjustable Feet ....................................................................................................................2-2
2.3.4 Lamp Door and Lamps ........................................................................................................2-2
2.3.5 LED Status Indicators..........................................................................................................2-2
2.3.6 Optional - Motorized Auxiliary Lens Mount (MALM).......................................................2-2
2.3.7 Projection Lens ....................................................................................................................2-2
2.3.8 Security Locks ....................................................................................................................2-2
2.3.9 Input Panel ...........................................................................................................................2-2
2.3.10 Touch Panel Controller (TPC)..........................................................................................2-4
2.4 Position the Cinema Projector .....................................................................................................2-5
2.5 Adjust Tilt and Level the Cinema Projector ................................................................................2-6
2.6 Install the Touch Panel Controller (TPC)....................................................................................2-6
2.7 Connect Optional Exhaust Ducting .............................................................................................2-7
2.7.1 Determine the cinema projector Exhaust CFM Value.........................................................2-7
2.8 Install the Primary Lens...............................................................................................................2-7
2.9 Install the Optional Anamorphic Lens.........................................................................................2-8
2.10 Install the Optional Wide Converter Lens .................................................................................2-9
2.11 Install the Optional Motorized Auxiliary Lens Mount (MALM)..............................................2-9
2.12 Install the Lamp .........................................................................................................................2-9
2.13 Connect the Cinema Projector to AC Power .............................................................................2-10
2.14 Connect Sources and Turn the Cinema Projector On...............................................................2-11
3: Connect Devices to the cinema projector
3.1 Connect a Cinema Server ............................................................................................................3-1
3.2 Connect a Communications Device ...........................................................................................3-2
3.3 Connect Devices to the SCCI Port ..............................................................................................3-2
3.4 Connect Devices to the GPIO Port ..............................................................................................3-3
3.5 Connect Devices to the 3D Connector ........................................................................................3-5
4: Adjust the Image
4.1 Maximize Light Output ...............................................................................................................4-1
4.2 Calibrate Screen Brightness (fL) .................................................................................................4-1
4.3 Basic Image Alignment ...............................................................................................................4-2
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4.4 Adjust Offset................................................................................................................................4-2
4.5 Adjust Left and Right Boresight ..................................................................................................4-2
4.6 Adjust Horizontal Boresight ........................................................................................................4-3
4.7 Adjust DMD Convergence ..........................................................................................................4-5
4.8 Fold Mirror Adjustment...............................................................................................................4-5
4.9 Color Calibration .........................................................................................................................4-5
4.10 Electronic Screen Masking ........................................................................................................4-6
5: Operation
5.1 Turn the Cinema Projector On.....................................................................................................5-1
5.2 Turn the Cinema Projector Off ....................................................................................................5-1
5.3 The Touch Panel Controller (TPC)..............................................................................................5-1
6: Maintenance
6.1 Inspect Ventilation .......................................................................................................................6-1
6.2 Fill the Coolant Reservoir............................................................................................................6-1
6.3 Inspect the Optional Exhaust Duct (P/N: 119-103105-xx)..........................................................6-1
6.4 Inspect the Lamp..........................................................................................................................6-2
6.5 Inspect and Clean Optics .............................................................................................................6-2
6.5.1 Clean the Lens......................................................................................................................6-2
6.5.2 Clean the Lamp Reflector ....................................................................................................6-3
6.6 Clean the Radiator Filter..............................................................................................................6-3
6.7 Inspect and Clean Lamp Blower..................................................................................................6-4
6.8 Replace the Lamp ........................................................................................................................6-4
6.9 Rotate the Lamp...........................................................................................................................6-6
6.10 Replace the Air Filter.................................................................................................................6-7
6.11 Replace the Lens ........................................................................................................................6-8
7: Troubleshooting
7.1 Cinema Projector Does Not Turn On...........................................................................................7-1
7.2 Lamp Does Not Ignite..................................................................................................................7-1
7.3 Lamp Suddenly Turns Off ...........................................................................................................7-2
7.4 Flicker, Shadows, or Dimness .....................................................................................................7-2
7.5 LampLOC™ Not Working ..........................................................................................................7-2
7.6 LiteLOC™ Not Working.............................................................................................................7-2
7.7 TPC ..............................................................................................................................................7-2
7.8 Cannot Establish Communication with cinema projector ...........................................................7-3
7.9 Blank Screen, No Display of Cinema Image ..............................................................................7-3
7.10 Severe Motion Artifacts.............................................................................................................7-3
7.11 Image Appears Vertically Stretched or Squeezed into Center of Screen ..................................7-3
7.12 No Image, Just Pink Snow .........................................................................................................7-3
7.13 Inaccurate Display Colors.........................................................................................................7-3
7.14 Display is Not Rectangular .......................................................................................................7-4
7.15 Display is Noisy........................................................................................................................7-4
7.16 Display has Suddenly Frozen ...................................................................................................7-4
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7.17 Data is Cropped from Edges.....................................................................................................7-4
7.18 The cinema projector is On, but There is No Display ..............................................................7-4
7.19 The Display is Unstable............................................................................................................7-5
7.20 The Display is Faint..................................................................................................................7-5
7.21 Portions of the Display are Cut OFF or Warped to the Opposite Edge....................................7-5
7.22 Display Appears Compressed (Vertically Stretched) ...............................................................7-5
7.23 Inconsistent Picture Quality.......................................................................................................7-5
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1 Introduction
This manual is intended for professionally trained operators of Christie high-brightness projection systems.
These operators are qualified to replace the lamp and air filter, but should not attempt to install or service the
cinema projector.
Only accredited Christie technicians who are knowledgeable about the hazards associated with high-voltage,
ultraviolet exposure, and the high temperatures generated by the cinema projector lamp are authorized to
assemble, install, and service the cinema projector.
1.1
Cinema projector Labels and Marking
Observe and follow any warnings and instructions marked on the cinema projector.
DANGER Danger symbols indicate a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result
in death or serious injury. This signal word is to be limited to the most extreme situations.
WARNING Warning symbols indicate a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
Caution symbols indicate a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could
result in minor or moderate injury.
NOTICE! Addresses practices not related to personal injury.
NOTICE! Observe and follow any warnings and instructions marked on the cinema projector.
The exclamation point within the equilateral triangle indicates related operating/maintenance instructions
in the documentation accompanying the cinema projector.
The lightning flash and arrowhead symbol within the equilateral triangle indicates non-insulated
“dangerous voltage” within the cinema projector's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a
risk of electric shock.
1.2
General Precautions
WARNING Never look directly into the cinema projector lens or at the lamp. The extremely high
brightness can cause permanent eye damage. For protection from ultraviolet radiation, keep all cinema
projector housings intact during operation. Protective safety gear and safety goggles are recommended
when servicing.
WARNING FIRE HAZARD! Keep hands, clothes, and all combustible material away from the
concentrated light beam of the lamp.
Position all cables where they cannot contact hot surfaces or be pulled or tripped
over.
1) The American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH)
recommends occupational UV exposure for an 8-hour day to be less than 0.1 microwatts per square
centimeters of effective UV radiation. An evaluation of your workplace is advised to assure employees are
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not exposed to cumulative radiation levels exceeding the government guidelines for your area. 2) Be aware
that some medications are known to increase sensitivity to UV radiation.
This cinema projector must be operated in an environment that meets the operating range specification, as
listed in Section 6 - Specifications from the CP2210 User Manual (020-100410-xx).
1.3
AC/Power Precautions
WARNING
1) Use only the AC power cord supplied. DO NOT attempt operation if the AC supply is not
within the specified voltage and power range. For details, see Section 6 - Specifications from
the CP2210 User Manual (020-100410-xx).
2) As a safety feature the cinema projector is equipped with a three-wire plug with a third
(grounding) pin. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact an electrician to
have the outlet replaced. DO NOT defeat the safety purpose of the grounding-type plug.
3) DO NOT attempt operation if the AC supply is not within the rated voltage range, as
specified on the license label.
4) Disconnect cinema projector from AC before opening any enclosure.
1) DO NOT allow anything to rest on the power cord. Locate the cinema projector where the
cord cannot be abused by persons walking on it or objects rolling over it. Never operate the
cinema projector if the power cable appears damaged in any way.
2) DO NOT overload power outlets and extension cords as this can result in fire or shock
hazards.
3) Note that only qualified service technicians are permitted to open any enclosure on the
product and only if the AC has been fully disconnected from the product.
Power Cords and Attachments
WARNING 1) The North American rated power cord is provided with each cinema
projector. Ensure that you are using a power cord, socket and power plug that meets the
appropriate local rating standards. 2) Use only an AC power cord recommended by Christie.
Do not attempt operation if the AC supply and cord are not within the specified voltage and
power range.
Use only the attachments and/or accessories recommended by Christie. Use of others may result in the risk of
fire, shock or personal injury.
1.4
Lamp Precautions
DANGER EXPLOSION HAZARD! Wear authorized protective safety gear whenever the
lamp door is open! Never attempt to remove the lamp directly after use. The lamp is under
significant pressure when hot and cold, and may explode, causing personal injury and/or
property damage.
Any lamp used in the CP2210 is under high pressure and must be handled with great care at all times. Lamps
may explode if dropped or mishandled.
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Wear Protective Clothing
Never open the lamp door unless you are wearing authorized protective clothing such as that included in a
Christie Protective Clothing Safety Kit (P/N: 598900-095). Recommended protective clothing includes, but
may not be limited to a polycarbonate face shield, protective gloves, and a quilted ballistic nylon jacket or a
welder’s jacket. NOTE: Christie’s protective clothing recommendations are subject to change. Any local or
federal specifications take precedence over Christie recommendations.
Cool the Lamp Completely
DANGER Lamp may explode causing bodily harm or death. 1) Always wear protective
clothing whenever lamp door is open or while handling lamp. 2) Ensure those within the
vicinity of the cinema projector are also suited with protective clothing. 3) Never attempt to
access the lamp while the lamp is ON. Wait at least 10 minutes after the lamp turns OFF
before powering down, disconnecting from AC and opening the lamp door.
The arc lamp operates at a high pressure that increases with temperature. Failure to allow the lamp to
sufficiently cool prior to handling increases the potential for an explosion causing personal injury and/or
property damage. After turning the lamp OFF, it is crucial that you wait at least 15 minutes before disconnecting AC and opening the lamp door. This provides enough time for the cooling fans to properly cool the lamp.
Ensure the lamp is completely cooled before handling and always wear protective clothing!
For all other precautions critical for safe removal and replacement of the lamp, see 6.8 Replace the Lamp, on
page 6-4.
1.5
Contact Your Dealer
If you encounter a problem with your Christie cinema projector, contact your dealer. Typically, servicing is
performed
on site. To assist with the servicing of your cinema projector, enter the information in the tables and keep this
information with your records.
Table 1.1 Purchase Record
Dealer:
Dealer or Christie Sales/Service
Contact Phone Number:
cinema projector Serial
Number*:
Purchase Date:
Installation Date:
* The serial number can be found on the license label located on the front panel.
Table 1.2 Ethernet Settings
Default Gateway:
cinema projector IP Address:
Subnet Mask:
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2 Installation and Setup
This section provides information and procedures for positioning and installing the cinema projector.
You need these tools to install the CP2210 cinema projector:
• 19 mm wrench
• Protective safety clothing (if you are replacing the lamp)
• Lamp
This section explains how to install, connect and optimize the cinema projector for delivery of superior image
quality. NOTE: Illustrations are graphical representations only and are provided to enhance the understanding of the written material.
2.1
Power Requirements
WARNING No protective device is provided in the neutral conductor.
• A single-phase 20A UL listed connection of AC power supply is required to accommodate the detachable
cinema projector plug.
• The power supply, along with protection from short-circuits must be must be part of the building installation.
2.2
What’s In the Box?
These items are included with your CP2210 cinema projector:
•
•
•
•
•
cinema projector with Touch Panel Controller
User Manual
Warranty Card
Web Registration Form
Power Cord
NOTE: Lamp and lens supplied separately.
2.3
Cinema Projector Components
The CP2210 cinema projector includes these components:
2.3.1 Air Filter Cover and Air Filter
Located directly behind the air filter cover is a field replaceable air filter. The air filter is responsible for
filtering the intake air before it begins circulating in the front compartment to cool the main electronics.
2.3.2 Douser
For most instances, use the douser control buttons on the TPC to blank the display for instant picture muting.
Closing the douser rotates a shutter blade in front of the illumination system and reduces lamp power to
conserve lamp life.
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2.3.3 Adjustable Feet
For many cinema installations, the cinema projector is inclined slightly forward to match screen tilt and to
minimize the amount of vertical offset required. Turn the adjustable feet to increase or decrease the cinema
projector height as needed for proper leveling and/or slight tilt. See Section 2.5 Adjust Tilt and Level the
Cinema Projector for details on how to adjust the feet and how to properly secure the cinema projector.
2.3.4 Lamp Door and Lamps
Located on the back of the cinema projector is the lamp access door designed with a mid-security lock. The
lamp door must remain closed and locked for all normal operation. Lamp replacement should only be
performed by qualified technicians.
The cinema projector is designed to operate with 2.0kW, 1.8kW and 1.4kW lamps.
2.3.5 LED Status Indicators
Located in the rear corners of the cinema projector are two sets of LEDs, which illuminate to provide
continuous feedback of the cinema projector status.
2.3.6 Optional - Motorized Auxiliary Lens Mount (MALM)
The MALM assembly is an optional hardware component, which when needed can be used to switch from flat
to “scope” formats. This assembly can be secured to the cinema projector base and supports either a 1.25x
anamorphic lens or a 1.26x wide converter lens (WCL). The drive and control electronics package for this
motorized accessory lens mount communicates with and is controlled by the cinema projector over a 9-pin
subminiature D cable that connects to the Auxiliary Input Panel.
2.3.7 Projection Lens
A variety of lenses can be used with the CP2210.
2.3.8 Security Locks
Critical internal components and/or connections are protected by various security locks on cinema projector
covers/access panels. This safeguard enables only authorized personnel to access certain restricted areas of the
cinema projector. The cinema projector panels cannot be removed with standard tools unless the key locks are
open.
• Panels with high-security lock: Light Engine and Cardcage
• Panels with low-security lock: Rear Access Door
• No locks: Air Filter Access Panel
2.3.9 Input Panel
• PIB Faceplate Connections
Located on the operator side of the cinema projector (left side) is a communication panel that provides
connection of external devices such as servers and a controller.
• Ethernet: Use the 10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet port for network connection to the cinema projector.
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• GPIO: Connect external I/O devices, such as the Christie ACT, for remote control of a limited number of
cinema projector functions. See Section 3 Connect Devices to the cinema projector for GPIO pinouts.
• SCCI: A Simple Contact Closure Interface (SCCI) port that provides the following functions upon a simple
dry contact closure: Lamp ON/OFF and Douser Open/Closed.
• RS232 ICP: For direct DLP communication. Trained users required.
• RS232 PIB: Utilizes Christie-proprietary protocol and is intended for Christie accessories or third-party
automation equipment.
• 3D: Connect a variety of 3D products to this connector, such as MasterImage or Real D for polarizing and
de-ghosting 3D content during projection.
• Marriage: Marriage must be established to allow the cinema projector to play encrypted content. This
means the security boundaries SPB1 and SPB2 are physically and electrically connected and that marriage is
monitored 24/7. Marriage is initiated from a Wizard application on the TPC. A user with the appropriate credentials is prompted to press the Marriage button to establish marriage. If the button is pressed any other
time it is ignored. Marriage cannot be established remotely.
• Emergency Start: This button is recessed into the faceplate to prevent accidental activation. It should only
be used when the TPC has failed or is disconnected. When pressed, the cinema projector is powered on, the
lamp is powered up and the douser is opened. When you press and hold this button, the douser is closed and
the lamp is powered OFF, but power is still ON.
• Reset: This button is slightly recessed into the faceplate to prevent accidental activation. The main purpose
is to reset the electronics of the cinema projector. After re-booting, the cinema projector will return to the
previous power mode (STANDBY or FULL power), however the lamp will not strike automatically and
requires manual striking.
• DVI-A / DVI-B: These are single-link ports for single-link cables/connectors only. The connectors can be
used together as a twin-link DVI port.
• HD-SDI A/HD-SDI-B: Connect a variety of high-definition cinema sources to these SMPTE 292M bitserial standard interface BNCs. The connectors can be used together to deliver Dual Link HD-SDI following
the SMPTE 372M standard.
• PIB Faceplate Status Indicators
• STBY: Standby power (Single Color Green) indicates the presence of +24V from the standby power supply.
• OFF: Indicates no standby power (breaker OFF or Standby power failure).
• Green: Indicates standby power.
• PWR: Main power (Single Color Green) indicates the presence of +24V from the Low Voltage Power
Supply (LVPS).
• OFF: No LVPS power (STANDBY mode or breaker OFF).
• Green: Indicates full power.
• RUN: Blinking heartbeat (bi-color green/yellow).
• OFF or Solid Green: Indicates cinema projector not functioning properly.
• Blinking Green: OK (software/communication/OS/ICP/Enigma/IMB if present are operating
normally).
• Solid Yellow: Communication error. NiOS functioning OK, but can no longer communicate with TPC.
• PIB: cinema projector Intelligence Board Status (Bi-color Red/Green)
• OFF: Not detected.
• Red: Detected communication problems etc.
• Blinking Red: PIB card seating error.
• Green: Detected and working properly.
• ICP: Integrated Cinema Processor Status (Bi-color Red/Green)
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• OFF: Not detected.
• Red: Detected communication problems etc.
• Green: Detected and working properly.
• LD: Link Decrypter (Enigma) Status (Bi-color Red/Green)
• OFF: Not detected.
• Red: Detected communication problems etc.
• Green: Detected and working properly.
• IMB: Image Media Block Status (Bi-color Red/Green)
• OFF: Not detected.
• Red: Detected communication problems etc.
• Green: Detected and working properly.
• ICP Faceplate Connections
The ICP board provides the image processing electronics for the cinema projector. The ICP faceplate includes
a number of LEDs that are only functional when the cinema projector is in full power mode.
• REGEN: (Regulators Enabled) This LED indicates the presence of the internal regulator enable signal.
When illuminated BLUE the internal regulators are enabled. When OFF, not enabled.
• SOFTST: (Software State) This LED indicates the state of the software application. When OFF, in a Fail
state (0). When RED, in a Fail state (1). When YELLOW, in a Fail state (2). When GREEN, status OK.
• OSST: (Operating System State) This LED indicates the state of the operating system. When OFF, in a Fail
state (0). When RED, in a Fail state (1), When YELLOW, in a Fail state (2). When GREEN, status OK.
• FMTST: (FMT FPGA State) This LED indicates the configured state of the FMT FPGA. When RED,
unable to configure FPGA with Main or Boot application. When YELLOW, in Boot application. When
GREEN, in Main application.
• ICPST: (ICP FPGA State) This LED indicates the configured state of the ICP FPGA. When RED, unable to
configure FPGA with Main or Boot application. When YELLOW, in Boot application. When GREEN, in
Main application.
• Port A / Port B: Indicates the status of the ICP input port A or B. When OFF, no source is present. When
GREEN, active source present.
• USB 1 / USB 2: For future use.
2.3.10 Touch Panel Controller (TPC)
The TPC is a portable, touch-sensitive screen used to control the cinema projector. It is mounted to the rear of
the cinema projector and can be adjusted at any angle using the flexible double ball joint mount for convenient
viewing and flexible operation in various installation configurations. The TPC provides users with a means for
monitoring operation and status of the cinema projector. Users can turn the lamp ON/OFF, select a specific
source/input and obtain basic status information. Depending on the installation, the TPC can remain mounted
to the cinema projector or wall mounted anywhere else at the site. An optional extension cable is also available,
which can be purchased separately to provide TPC access up to 100 feet away. NOTE: If your system has a
TPC-660E check to ensure the main switch on the back is connected properly. If your system has a TCP-650H
it automatically turns ON when connected.
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Position the Cinema Projector
WARNING
• All installation procedures must be performed by a qualified technician in a restricted access
location.
• Never operate the cinema projector without all of its covers in place.
• cinema projector uses a high-pressure lamp that may explode if improperly handled. Always
wear manufacturer approved protective safety clothing (gloves, jacket, face shield) whenever the lamp door is open or while handling the lamp. Lamp installation/replacement
requires a qualified technician.
• Two people are required to safely lift and install the cinema projector.
• When transporting the cinema projector from a cold environment it is essential the cinema
projector
acclimatizes to the operating environment before powering up for a minimum of three
hours after unpacking. Failure to ensure the cinema projector has properly acclimatized
could
damage cinema projector electronics. This applies to the lamp as well. The lamp will be damaged if it is powered ON when below room temperature. Lamps should be stored between
25-65°C (77-149°F).
Auto LampLOC™ must be run any time the cinema projector is physically moved
or when it has been leveled.
1. An optional rack stand (P/N: 108-282101-xx) is available for use with the cinema projector. For
installation instructions, see the Rack Stand Installation Instruction Sheet (P/N: 020-100060-xx).
NOTES: 1) When using the rack stand, the foot lock brackets are a mandatory safety measure to prevent
the cinema projector from tipping. 2) The rack stand’s feet are used for leveling only and not for tilting the
cinema projector. To prevent tipping ensure the required accessories supplied by Christie are used.
2. Position the cinema projector at an appropriate throw distance (cinema projector-to-screen distance) and
vertical position. Ideally, center the cinema projector with the theatre screen. If competing for space with
an already present film cinema projector, aim the cinema projector slightly off-center, as shown in . This
will slightly increase side keystoning, but will minimize the horizontal lens offset required. NOTE: Unlike
film cinema projectors, it is best to keep the cinema projector lens surface as parallel to the screen as
possible, even if significantly above the screen center. When a particularly short throw distance combines
with a very wide screen, you may have to forfeit some aim and stay more parallel to the screen. In such
cases, some lens offset can reduce the keystone distortion.
3. Once you have completed the remaining installation steps and the cinema projector is up-and-running,
adjust precise image geometry and placement, as described in 4.3 Basic Image Alignment, on page 4-2.
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2.5
Adjust Tilt and Level the Cinema Projector
Auto LampLOC™ must be run any time you move or level the cinema projector.
Disconnect the cinema projector from AC when adjusting the tilt angle or
leveling the cinema projector.
The CP2210 lens should be centered and parallel with the screen. This orientation ensures optimum lens
performance with minimal offset. If this position is not possible (such as when the cinema projector is
significantly higher than the center of the screen), it is better to rely on offset rather than extra tilt.
Use a protractor to measure the degree of screen tilt and then extend or retract the cinema projector feet to
match this angle.
NOTE: The front-to-back tilt of the cinema projector must not exceed 15°.
This limit ensures safe lamp operation and the proper positioning of the
liquid cooling reservoir.
To adjust the vertical or horizontal position of the cinema projector, extend
or retract the adjustable feet on the bottom of the cinema projector by
rotating them. Once the required adjustment is made, tighten the lock nut.
2.6
Install the Touch Panel Controller (TPC)
1. Loosen the mounting arm so that the end fits over the ball joint located
on the rear panel of the cinema projector.
Figure 2-1 Adjusting
Figure 2-2 Loosen Mounting Arm
2. Tighten the mounting arm until it fits tightly on the joint.
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Figure 2-3 Tighten Mounting Arm
3. Connect the cable from the TPC to the connector on the rear panel of the cinema projector.
4. Adjust the angle of the TPC.
2.7
Connect Optional Exhaust Ducting
Connect the existing outside-venting
ductwork to the 8 inch diameter exhaust port
on the top of the cinema projector. Confirm
that there are no obstructions or bends in the
ducting, and all air intakes are free of
obstructions.
The pre-installed outside-venting duct
should be rigid at the cinema projector and
must also include a heat extractor and blower
that maintains a minimum of 450 CFM*
when the cinema projector is operating at
less than or equal to 25°C ambient and less
than 3,000 feet, while measured at the
cinema projector exhaust opening.
WARNING
Figure 2-4 Connect Ducting
• *600 CFM is required in projection rooms with an ambient temperature above 25°C or
located at an elevation greater than 3000 feet above sea level.
• At minimum, a 10” long, strong metal duct must be installed at the cinema projector to prevent glass shards from exiting the duct in the event of a lamp explosion.
2.7.1 Determine the cinema projector Exhaust CFM Value
Use an airflow meter to measure the ft/min or ft/sec at the rigid end of the open exhaust duct that connects to
the cinema projector. Take the measurement at the very end of the duct without the cinema projector
connected. Use this formula to determine the CFM value for the cinema projector:
Measured linear ft/min x 0.34 = CFM
2.8
Install the Primary Lens
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The lens seals the projection head, preventing contaminants from entering the
main electronics area. Do not operate the cinema projector without a lens installed. Install a
lens plug when you install or transport the cinema projector.
1. Turn the lens clamp to the OPEN position.
Figure 2-5 Insert Lens
2. Remove the two hex screws from the lens mount 2.9.
3. Orient the lens so the lens retaining ring mounts line up with the lens mount.
4. Fully insert the assembly straight into the lens mount opening without turning. Magnets inside the lens
mount help guide the lens into the correct position. A clicking sound indicates the lens has made contact
with the magnets. These magnetic guides ensure the lens is properly seated inside the mount, that the
aperture is orientated correctly and that the connector for motorized zoom and focus is properly connected.
5. Secure the two hex screws and position the lens clamp DOWN to lock the lens assembly in place.
Figure 2-6 Lock Lens in Place
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2-8
Install the Optional Anamorphic Lens
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1. Install the M-MALM according to the instructions provided with the kit. Ensure the primary lens is
optimized first for best optical alignment, offset and boresight.
2. Loosen the holding clamp on the auxiliary lens mount and adjust rotation of the whole anamorphic lens so
the image remains perfectly square with anamorphic in and out.
3. Adjust location of anamorphic lens so the image does not shift left or right with the anamorphic lens IN
and OUT.
4. Adjust location of anamorphic lens so the image passes through the center as much as possible without
vignetting or reducing side or corner brightness, especially in wide angle projection.
5. With the anamorphic lens not in place, re-focus the primary lens. The goal is good focus at center and on
all sides. Now add the anamorphic lens and check focus again.
6. If center-to-edge horizontal focus in the image needs improvement, focus the anamorphic lens - rotate its
focus barrel as needed.
2.10 Install the Optional Wide Converter Lens
1. Install the Auxiliary Lens Mount and WCL according to the instructions provided with the kit. Ensure the
primary lens is optimized first for best optical alignment, offset and boresight.
2. Image shift: Adjust the vertical and horizontal position of the WCL to align it with the already adjusted
prime lens.
3. Pitch Adjustment: Adjust pitch, either up or down to equalize the top and bottom clearance to the prime
lens barrel.
4. Yaw Adjustment: Adjust yaw so the clearance between both lens barrels is equal from side-to-side.
2.11 Install the Optional Motorized Auxiliary Lens Mount (MALM)
The M-MALM assembly is an optional hardware
component, that you can use used to switch from
flat to scope formats. The MALM is secured to the
cinema projector base and supports either a 1.25x
anamorphic lens or a 1.26x wide converter lens
(WCL). A 9-pin subminiature D cable connected to
the input panel is used to communicate with and
control the MALM. For more information, see the
Motorized Auxiliary Lens Mount (M-MALM)
Installation Instruction Sheet (P/N: 020-100188xx).
2.12 Install the Lamp
Figure 2-7 MALM
DANGER
• Only personnel trained specifically by Christie on lamp replacement and lamp safety may
handle the lamp. High-pressure lamp may explode if improperly handled.
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• Always wear Christie approved protective safety clothing (P/N: 59-8900-095) whenever the
internal lamp door is open or while handling the lamp.
• Never attempt to access the lamp while the lamp is ON. Wait at least 15 minutes after the
lamp turns OFF before powering down, disconnecting from AC and opening the internal
lamp door.
1) Auto LampLOC™ must be run any time the lamp is removed (inspected or
changed). 2) DO NOT place heavy objects on the open rear access door.
1. If the cinema projector is operating, turn it off and allow it to cool a minimum of 10 minutes.
2. Turn the breaker switch for the cinema projector off.
3. Disconnect the cinema projector from AC power.
4. Put on your protective clothing and face shield.
5. Use the security key to open the lamp door on the rear of the cinema projector.
6. Turn the two thumbscrews on the internal lamp door counterclockwise.
7. Install the lamp. See 6.8 Replace the Lamp, on page 6-4.
Table 2.1 Lamp Types Available for CP2210
Lamp
Type
1.4kW
CXL-14M
1.8kW
CDXL-18SD
2.0kW
CDXL-20SD
2.13 Connect the Cinema Projector to AC Power
WARNING
• DO NOT attempt operation if the AC supply and cord are
not within the specified voltage and power range. See
Section 6 - Specifications from the CP2210 User Manual
(020-100410-xx).
• Always turn the cinema projector off before unplugging
the AC power cord. The appropriate ratings for the cinema projector are listed on the license label on the back
of the cinema projector. Wait 15 minutes for the main
exhaust fan to turn OFF and for the lamp to cool sufficiently before unplugging the cinema projector.
• Ground (earth) connection is necessary for safety. Never
compromise safety by returning the current through the
ground. Connect ground FIRST to reduce shock hazard
from high leakage.
Figure 2-8
AC Receptacle
NOTICE! Use the power cord provided with the cinema projector. DO NOT compromise
safety by using other connectors. For all other regions, ensure a power cord, power plug, and
socket that meet the appropriate rating standards are used.
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1. Connect one end of the cinema
projector power cord to the AC
receptacle on the rear of the
cinema projector and the other
end to an AC outlet.
2.
Turn the AC switch to the left
(Figure 2-9).
2.14 Connect Sources and
Turn the Cinema Projector On
After you install the lamp, you can
connect external cinema servers and
sources. Before you ignite the lamp
for the first time, use this procedure
to ensure successful communication
with input devices.
Figure 2-9 Connecting to Power
1. Assign the cinema projector a unique IP address and enter a baud rate:
• Tap Menu > Administrator Setup > Communications Configuration.
• Enter the IP address for the cinema projector in the IP Address field.
• Select a baud rate for the input device in the Serial Speed (Baud) list.
2. Enter lamp information:
• Tap Menu > Advanced Setup > Lamp History.
• Tap Add Lamp.
• Complete the fields in the Add Lamp dialog.
• Tap Save.
3. On the Touch Panel Controller (TPC), tap and hold the green power
icon
4. Complete a LampLOC™ alignment on the new lamp:
• Tap Menu > Advanced Setup > LampLOC™ Setup.
• Tap Do Auto.
5. On the TPC, tap and hold the light bulb
icon to ignite the lamp.
6. Complete an optical alignment to optimize images displayed on screen. See Section 4.3 Basic Image
Alignment.
7. Adjust optical components if required.
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3 Connect Devices to the cinema projector
This section provides information and procedures for connecting input devices to the cinema projector. You
connect input devices to the input panel located on side of the cinema projector
3.1
Connect a Cinema Server
Cinema servers reside outside the cinema projector and are connected to one of the ports on the cinema
Projector Intelligence Board (PIB) located on the left (operator’s) side of the cinema projector. (Figure 3-1)
Figure 3-1 Connecting Cinema Sources
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3.2
Connect a Communications Device
The RS232 PIB port located on the PIB faceplate utilizes Christie-proprietary
protocol and is intended for Christie accessories or automation controllers only.
To communicate with the cinema projector, connect the equipment to an Ethernet hub or switch.
Figure 3-2 Connecting Communications
3.3
Connect Devices to the SCCI Port
The Simple Contact Closure Port (SCCI) port is a DB-9 (male) connector is located on the PIB input panel and
is used to control a limited set of cinema projector functionality through contact closures. This table lists the
control functions available through the SCCI:
Table 3.1 SCCI Connector Pinouts
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PIN
SIGNAL NAME
DIRECTION
DESCRIPTION
1
2
+5V Standby
Lamp ON
Out
In
3
4
+5V Standby
Lamp OFF
Out
In
5
6
7
+5V Standby
Douser Closed
Douser Open
Out
In
In
Current limited 5VDC supply
cinema projector at Power On mode,
lamp is ON
Current limited 5VDC supply
cinema projector at full power, lamp is
OFF
Current limited 5VDC supply
Close douser
Douser open
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8
Health Output
Out
9
Ground
Out
Open Collector Low when one of the
following interlocks is tripped or conditions present:
• Lamp Door
• Lamp Blower
• Extractor
• Tamper
• Marriage
• Ballast Communication
The show will not be able to play.
Open Collector High when all interlocks relevant to CineLink and Lamp
are not tripped. The show is able to
play.
Ground
NOTE: All SCCI inputs require a pulse input of 50ms to several seconds to operate reliably. Inputs are 5V
resistor current limited LED’s inside of optocouplers.
A “Health Output” on this connector is also provided for locations that require a cinema projector Health
Output. The output is an open-collector circuit which only draws power when the cinema projector is deemed
to be “un-healthy”. The primary use of the cinema projector Health Output is to ensure that patrons are not left
in a dark theatre due to cinema projector fault. Therefore, any fault that results in the movie playback stopping
should cause this circuit to draw power and indicate an un-healthy state. The cinema projector is always
considered to be “healthy” in Standby Mode since there is no fear of cinema projector fault causing an impact
to patrons, and there should be no patrons in the theatre at that time.
3.4
Connect Devices to the GPIO Port
The GPIO port is a 37-pin D-sub connector (female) located on the PIB input panel and provides 8 input and 7
output signals for connecting external devices to the cinema projector. To configure the pins on the connector,
tap Menu > Administrator Setup > GPIO Setup.
Pin 1
Pin 37
GPIO Connector
Figure 3-3 Admin: GPIO Setup Window and GPIO Port Location on cinema projector
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As shown in the tables, each available pairing of pins (±) is defined as either an input or output. Four inputs
and three outputs have already been predefined. Configure a pin as an input if you want the cinema projector to
respond to an incoming signal, or as an output if you want an external device to respond to the cinema
projector.
Inputs
Positive
Negative
Description
GPIN #1
GPIN #2
GPIN #3
GPIN #4
GPIN #5
GPIN #6
GPIN #7
GPIN #8
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 20
Pin 21
Pin 22
Pin 23
Pin 24
Pin 25
Pin 26
Pin 27
3-D L/R Input Reference
3-D L/R Display Reference
Reserved
Reserved
Input
Input
Input
Input
Outputs
Positive
Negative
Description
GPOUT #1
GPOUT #2
GPOUT #3
GPOUT #4
GPOUT #5
GPOUT #6
GPOUT #7
PROJ_GOOD
Pin 9
Pin 10
Pin 11
Pin 12
Pin 13
Pin 14
Pin 15
Pin 16
Pin 28
Pin 29
Pin 30
Pin 31
Pin 32
Pin 33
Pin 34
Pin 35
External 3-D L/R Output Reference
Reserved
Reserved
Output
Output
Output
Output
cinema projector Good
This diagram illustrates how to wire your own GPIO cable to a server or 3D device such as an infrared emitter.
Recommended Operating Point = 5 mA
Max. Current = 50 mA
Forward Voltage Drop ~ 1.1 V (@ 5 mA)
+5 VDC (External Supply)
2K
1K
GPO
GPO
To Center
Pin of BNC
To Shielding
of BNC
IR Emitter
Figure 3-4 GPIO Circuit Diagram
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Connect Devices to the 3D Connector
The 3D connector is a 15-pin D-sub connector (female) located on the PIB input panel. This table lists the
control functions available through the 3D connector.
PIN
SIGNAL NAME
DIRECTION
DESCRIPTION
1
+12V
Out
2
3
4
GND
GND
RS232_RX
/
/
In
5
RS232_TX
Out
Power to 3D device. Maximum 1A (total between both
+12V pins).
Ground
Ground
Data to cinema projector from 3D device. 1200 Baud, 8
bits, no parity. Currently unsupported.
Data to cinema projector from 3D device. 1200 Baud, 8
bits, no parity. Currently unsupported.
6
CONN_3D_MODE+
Out
7
CONN_SYNC+
Out
8
3D_INPUT_REFRERENCE+
In
9
+12V
Out
10
3D_INPUT_REFRERENCE-
In
11
3D_DISPLAY_REFERENCE+
In
12
3D_DISPLAY_REFERENCE-
In
3D L/R Input Reference (P)
(Voltage limit: 1.4VDC to 12VDC)
13
CONN_3D_MODE-
Out
14
CONN_SYNC-
Out
3D mode state from cinema projector. From cinema
projector GPO emitter. Compatible with current cinema
projector GPIO requirements and restrictions. (24VDC
max, 50mA max)
SYNC from cinema projector. From cinema projector
GPO emitter. Compatible with current cinema projector
GPIO requirements and restrictions. (24DC max, 50mA
max)
15
Not connected
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GPO collector. Compatible with current cinema projector GPIO requirements and restrictions. (24VDC max,
50mA max)
3D ON = Hi logic level = O/P transistor ON
3D OFF = Low logic level = O/P transistor OFF
SYNC from cinema projector. To cinema projector
GPO collector. Compatible with current cinema projector GPIO requirements and restrictions. (24VDC max,
50mA max)
3D L/R Input Reference (P)
(Voltage Limit: 1.4VDC to 12VDC)
Power to 3D system. Maximum 1A (Total between both
+12V pins)
3D L/R Input Reference (N)
(Voltage limit: 1.4VDC to 12VDC)
3D L/R Input Reference (P)
(Voltage limit: 1.4VDC to 12VDC)
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4 Adjust the Image
This section provides information and procedures for adjusting the cinema projector image.
4.1
Maximize Light Output
To ensure optimal operation and peak screen brightness, use LampLOC™ to adjust the lamp position whenever
you install a new lamp in the cinema projector. When you complete the LampLOC adjustment, the lamp is
centered and is the correct distance from the illumination system. Before running LampLOC, verify that
• The lamp is on and the douser is open.
• A white test pattern is selected.
1. On the TPC, tap Menu > Advanced Setup > LampLOC™ Setup.
2. Tap Do Auto.
4.2
Calibrate Screen Brightness (fL)
1. On the Touch Pad Controller, tap Menu >
Administrator Setup > Foot Lamberts
Calibration.
2. Complete t he Foot Lamberts Calibration
wizard.
Figure 4-1 Footlamberts Calibration Wizard
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4.3
Basic Image Alignment
This procedure ensures that the image reflected from the digital micromirror device (DMD) is parallel and
centered with the lens and screen. This procedure must be completed before you complete a boresight
adjustment.
1. Verify the CP2210 is properly positioned relative to the screen. See 2.4 Position the Cinema Projector.
2. Display a test pattern that you can use to analyze image focus and geometry. The framing test pattern
works well for this.
3. Perform a preliminary focus and (if available) a zoom adjustment with the primary lens. Focus the center
of the image first.
4. Hold a piece of paper at the lens surface and adjust the offsets until the image is centered within the lens
perimeter.
5. With the framing test pattern on screen, re-check cinema projector leveling so the top edge of the image is
parallel to the top edge of the screen.
4.4
Adjust Offset
IMPORTANT! Ensure the correct lens is selected in the Advanced Setup: Lens Setup window
before calibration to ensure you will remain within the applicable boundary of the installed
lens when adjusting.
Project an image with the primary lens. Always adjust offset before boresight. Using the framing test pattern,
adjust horizontal and vertical Offset as necessary to display a square image on the screen with minimal cinema
projector aiming error. NOTES: 1) For best optical performance, make sure to minimize keystone error by
using offset more than aiming to center the image in off axis installations. 2) Avoid extreme tilts or offsets.
Corner vignettes on a white test pattern indicates extreme offset that should be avoided using mechanical
alignment.
4.5
Adjust Left and Right Boresight
When performing these adjustments the goal is to balance the tilt of the lens mount to compensate for screen to
cinema projector tilt, but also to precisely maintain the original factory settings of the lens mount axial
position.
Only adjust vertical boresight 1/8 of a turn or less at one time to maintain
optimal lens performance (i.e. factory setup of absolute lens distance to the prism). It is
critical that each turn of the cap screws is tracked to ensure adjustments are accurate.
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It is recommended that top/bottom boresight be completed before horizontal boresight. NOTE: Typically,
horizontal boresight does not require adjustment. It should only be adjusted if a large horizontal angular offset
to the screen is required.
A
Cap Screw: Adjusts Top/Bottom Boresight
B
Set Screw: Locks/Unlocks Cap Screw
Figure 4-2 Top/Bottom Image Adjustment
1. Tap the Test Patterns button on the Main Panel.
2. Tap All Test Patterns.
3.
Tap DC2K Framing.
4. Loosen the set screw with a 5mm hex key. (Figure 4-2/B).
5. Turn the vertical adjust cap screw 1/8 of a turn counter-clockwise with the 5mm hex key. (Figure 4-2/A).
6. Adjust both left and right horizontal adjusters by half the number of turns, in the opposite direction of the
vertical adjust (Figure 4-3). For example, if the vertical adjust cap screws was turned 1/8 of a turn, the left
and right horizontal cap screws should be turned 1/16 of a turn in the opposite direction.
7. Check the screen. If the projected image is worse than before the adjustment was made turn the vertical
adjust cap screw 1/8 of turn clockwise. Ensure the left and right horizontal adjusters are adjusted equally in
the opposite direction to correct axial focus. NOTE: The 1/8 of a turn is a suggestion only and can be less
if needed; however, it should never be exceeded. Always compensate both left and right horizontal
adjustments according to the vertical adjustment.
8. Always observe the screen after each adjustment. If necessary, continue to make adjustments until both top
and bottom are equally sharp. Remember to adjust left and right horizontal adjusters in the opposite
direction each time. This ensures the lens is in the same relative position.
9. When the top and bottom of the image are equally in focus lock the set screw to hold that position.
Recheck the image.
10. If fine tuning is required, focus the image at the left and right sides. See 4.6 Adjust Horizontal Boresight,
on page 4-3.
4.6
Adjust Horizontal Boresight
Only adjust vertical boresight 1/8 of a turn or less at one time to maintain
optimal lens performance (i.e. factory setup of absolute lens distance to the prism). It is
critical that you count each turn of the cap screws to ensure accurate adjustment.
Horizontal boresight should only be adjusted if a large horizontal tilt to the screen is required
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1. When top/bottom boresight is complete, adjust the image at the left and right sides of the screen.
A
Right Boresight Cap Screw
B
Right Boresight Set Screw
C
Left Boresight Cap Screw
D
Left Boresight Set Screw
Figure 4-3 Left/Right Image Adjustment
2. Tap the Test Patterns button on the Main Panel.
3. Tap All Test Patterns.
4.
Tap DC2K Framing.
5. Loosen the right boresight set screw with a 5mm hex key. (Figure 4-3/B).
6. Turn the right adjust cap screw 1/16 of a turn clockwise with a 5mm hex key (Figure 4-3/A).
7. Adjust the left adjust cap screw equally in the opposite direction (Figure 4-3/C).
8. Check the screen. If the projected image is worse than before the adjustment was made turn the right adjust
cap screw 1/16 of turn counter-clockwise. Ensure the left adjuster is adjusted equally in the opposite
direction.
9. Check the screen each time an adjustment is made. The right-side adjustments affect the top right and
bottom left points on the screen (Figure 4-4). Once both cross hairs are in focus lock the set screw for right
boresight.
Figure 4-4 Example of Framing Test Pattern
10. Repeat Steps 5 to 7 for the left-side.
11. Each corner of the screen should be equally in focus when horizontal boresight is completed correctly. If
necessary, repeat vertical boresight. Only adjust vertical boresight 1/8 of a turn or less at one time to
maintain optimal lens performance (i.e. factory setup of absolute lens distance to the prism). It is critical
that each turn of the cap screws is tracked to ensure adjustments are accurate.
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4.7
Adjust DMD Convergence
DANGER UV EXPOSURE! Protective UV glasses must be worn when performing
convergence adjustments.
A convergence problem occurs when one or more projected colors (red, green, blue) appears misaligned when
examined with a convergence test pattern. Normally, the three colors should overlap precisely to form pure
white lines throughout the image and one or more poorly converged individual colors may appear adjacent to
some or all of the lines. Contact your Christie accredited service technician to correct DMD convergence
issues.
4.8
Fold Mirror Adjustment
If a corner or edge of an image is missing, the fold mirror might be misaligned with the optical system. To
correct this issue:
1. Unlock the two set screws with a 1.5mm hex key (Figure 4-5/B).
2. Turn the pivot screw 90-180° using a 2.5mm hex key (Figure 4-5/C).
3. Adjust both cap screws with a 2.5mm hex key (Figure 4-5/A).
4. Tighten the two set screws and pivot screw when you have aligned the fold mirror correctly.
A
Cap Screw (1 of 2)
B
Set Screw (1 of 2)
C
Pivot Screw
Figure 4-5 Fold Mirror Adjustment
4.9
Color Calibration
To ensure an accurate color display:
1. Measure the colors displayed on the screen from the center of the audience viewing location to determine
the Measured Color Gamut Data (MCGD) value.
2. On the Touch Pad Controller tap Menu > Advanced Setup > MCGD File Setup and enter the color
values in the x and y fields for the different colors.
3. Tap Save. The software automatically determines the Target Color Gamut Data (TCGD) value. The TCGD
value determines what corrections are needed to display the correct colors.
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4.10 Electronic Screen Masking
You can use the masking tool to correct image edge blanking. The masking tool produces results that are
similar to filing the aperture plate in a film cinema projector. After you create the Flat and Scope screen files
you can use them in multiple channels. To learn more about accessing channels, see Channel Setup: Config 1
Window. To learn more about creating screen files, see Advanced Setup: Screen File Setup Window.
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This section describes how to operate the CP2210 cinema projector.
5.1
Turn the Cinema Projector On
DO NOT attempt to turn the cinema projector on if the AC supply is not
within the specified voltage range.
1. Ensure the circuit breaker for the cinema projector is ON.
2. On the Touch Panel Controller (TPC), tap and hold the green power
3. On the TPC, tap and hold the light bulb
5.2
icon.
icon to ignite the lamp.
Turn the Cinema Projector Off
1. On the Touch Panel Controller (TPC), tap and hold the light bulb
icon to turn the lamp off.
2. On the TPC, tap and hold the red power
icon. The cinema projector enters a cool down mode and
the fans and electronics stay on for 10 minutes. After this cool down period, the cinema projector enters
standby mode.
3. If you are servicing the cinema projector, or removing the protective cover, disconnect AC and turn the
breaker OFF.
5.3
The Touch Panel Controller (TPC)
The TPC is a touch-sensitive screen that you use to control the cinema projector. You can use the TPC to turn
the cinema projector and lamp on or off, select channels, and view status information. The TPC is mounted on
the rear of the cinema projector. You can tilt and turn the TPC to improve the viewing angle. There are two
USB ports under a cover on the rear of the TPC that you can use to download log files and install software
upgrades. You can disconnect the TPC from the cinema projector and an optional cable allows you to control
the cinema projector from a maximum distance of 100 feet.
If the TPC fails or is disconnected, press the emergency start button that is recessed on the faceplate. This starts
the cinema projector, turns the lamp on, and opens the douser.
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6 Maintenance
This section provides information and procedures for performing cinema projector maintenance. You should
read through this section in its entirety before performing maintenance activities. When you perform cinema
projector maintenance, obey all warnings and precautions.
6.1
Inspect Ventilation
Vents and louvers in the cinema projector covers provide ventilation, both for intake and exhaust. Never block
or cover these openings. Do not install the cinema projector near a radiator, heat register, or within an
enclosure. To ensure adequate airflow around the cinema projector, keep a minimum clearance of 50cm
(19.69”) on the left, right, and rear sides of the cinema projector.
6.2
Fill the Coolant Reservoir
DANGER HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE! The coolant used in the cinema projector contains
ethylene glycol. Use caution when handling. DO NOT ingest.
WARNING Only use coolant recommended by Christie in your cinema projector. Using
unapproved coolant can result in cinema projector damage and voids the cinema projector
warranty.
The liquid cooler system sends and receives coolant from the digital micromirror device (DMD) heat sinks.
Check the coolant level every 6 months, by removing the top cinema projector lid. The coolant level should
always be above the minimum level indicator. If the liquid cooling system fails, an over-temperature alarm
window appears in the Touch Pad Controller (TPC). The lamp turns off if the cinema projector enters an overtemperature state for longer than one minute.
Top up the coolant with the Christie approved coolant JEFFCOOL E105. Use the refill bottle (with the nozzle)
provided in the Liquid Coolant Fill Service Kit (P/N: 003-001837-xx). When refilling, use caution not to spill
or let any of the coolant drip on or near the electronics. After filling the reservoir, check the coolant hoses for
kinks which may restrict fluid flow.
If coolant drips on electronics or other nearby components, blot the affected area using a dust-free optical
grade tissue. It is recommended you blot a few times, discard the tissue and use a new tissue to blot the area
again. Keep repeating this cycle until the coolant is removed. Then lightly moisten a new tissue with deionized water and blot the area again. Use a dry tissue to dry the area.
6.3
Inspect the Optional Exhaust Duct (P/N: 119-103105-xx)
Check the exhaust duct periodically to ensure it is clean and unobstructed.
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6.4
Inspect the Lamp
DANGER Always disconnect from AC and wear authorized protective safety gear.
• Check the contact surfaces of the anode (positive) and the cathode (negative) connections for cleanliness.
• Clean electrical contact surfaces regularly to prevent contact resistance from scorching connectors. Use an
approved contact cleaner.
• Verify that all electrical and lamp connections are secure.
6.5
Inspect and Clean Optics
Unnecessary cleaning of optics can increase the risk of degrading delicate coatings and surfaces. If you are not
a qualified service technician, you can only inspect and clean the lens and lamp reflector. Do not perform
maintenance on other optical components. Check these components periodically in a clean, dust-free
environment using a high-intensity light source or flashlight. Clean them only when dust, dirt, oil, fingerprints
or other marks are obvious. Never touch an optical surface with your bare hands. Always wear latex lab gloves.
These are the recommend tools for removing dust or grease:
• Soft camel-hair brush
• Dust-free blower - filtered dry nitrogen blown through an anti-static nozzle.
• Dust-free lens tissue, such as Melles Griot Kodak tissues (18LAB020), Opto-Wipes (18LAB022), Kim
Wipes or equivalent.
• For the lens only - lens cleaning solution such as Melles Griot Optics Cleaning Fluid 18LAB011 or equivalent
• For the reflector only - Methanol.
• Cotton swabs with wooden stems.
• Lens cleaning cloth or microfiber such as Melles Griot 18LAB024 or equivalent.
6.5.1 Clean the Lens
A small amount of dust or dirt on the lens has minimal effect on image quality-to avoid the risk of scratching
the lens, clean the lens only if absolutely required.
Remove Dust
1. Brush most of the dust off with a camelhair brush or use a dust-free blower.
2. Fold a microfiber cloth and wipe the remaining dust particles off the lens with the smooth portion of the
cloth that has no folds or creases. Do not apply pressure with your fingers. Instead, use the tension in the
folded cloth to remove the dust.
3. If significant dust remains on the lens surface, dampen a clean microfiber cloth with lens cleaning solution
and wipe gently until clean.
Remove Fingerprints, Smudges, or Oil
1. Brush most of the dust off with a camelhair brush or use a dust-free blower.
2. Wrap a lens tissue around a swab and soak it in lens cleaning solution. The tissue should be damp but not
dripping.
3. Gently wipe the surface using a figure eight motion. Repeat until the blemish is removed.
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6.5.2 Clean the Lamp Reflector
Inspect the mirror surface (reflector) for cleanliness when you remove the lamp for replacement. Wear
protective clothing while inspecting or cleaning. Color variations on the reflector are normal.
Remove Dust
1. Brush most of the dust off with a camelhair brush or use a dust-free blower.
2. If some dust remains, leave it. Some dust is inevitable. Avoid unnecessary cleaning.
Remove Fingerprints, Smudges, or Oil
1. Brush most of the dust off with a camelhair brush or use a dust-free blower.
2. Fold a microfiber cloth and wipe the remaining dust particles off the lens with the smooth portion of the
cloth that has no folds or creases. Do not apply pressure with your fingers. Instead, use the tension in the
folded cloth to remove the dust.
6.6
Clean the Radiator Filter
Inspect the filter routinely and follow this procedure to clean it when it appears dirty.
1. Remove the top lid:
a. Loosen the 7 captive screws securing the top lid to the
cinema projector housing.
b. Unlock the rear access door using the low security
key.
c. Lift the lid up from the rear of the cinema projector
and pull it away from the 2 tabs on the front skin.
2. Remove side skin service door:
a. Remove the 2 screws from the inside of the door.
b. To remove the door disengage the skin from the 2 snap
tabs.
Figure 6-1 Remove Radiator Filter
3. Remove the radiator filter:
a.
b.
c.
d.
Loosen the thumbscrew securing the radiator filter door.
Pull the filter up and out.
Wash the radiator filter with water and a mild detergent or clean it with compressed air.
Ensure the air filter is completely dry and insert it with the air flow indicator facing toward the cinema
projector.
4. Reinstall the service door and the top lid.
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6.7
Inspect and Clean Lamp Blower
NOTICE! DO NOT bend the impeller blades or loosen the balancing weights.
A clogged lamp blower impeller or motor can reduce air flow leading to possible overheating and lamp failure
of the lamp.
1. Vacuum loose dirt from the lamp blower impeller.
2. If necessary, use a brush with hot water.
6.8
Replace the Lamp
DANGER 1)Lamp replacement must be performed by a qualified service technician. 2) EXPLOSION
HAZARD. Wear authorized protective clothing whenever the lamp door is open and when handling the lamp.
Never twist or bend the quartz lamp body. Use the correct wattage lamp supplied by Christie. 3) Ensure
those within the vicinity of the cinema projector are also wearing protective safety clothing. 4) Never attempt
to remove the lamp when it is hot. The lamp is under pressure when hot and may explode, causing personal
injury, death, or property damage. Allow the lamp to cool completely before replacing it.
WARNING Improper installation of the lamp can damage the cinema projector.
1. Tap and hold the red power button
on the TPC Main panel to turn the lamp and cinema projector off.
2. Allow the lamp to cool for a minimum of 10 minutes.
3. Unplug the cinema projector.
4. Put on your protective clothing and face shield.
5. Unlock and open the lamp door. Release the tethered latch mechanism to remove the door entirely.
6. Remove the old lamp and inspect the reflector:
a. Remove the 2 captive screws securing the isolator (Figure 6-2/C).
a.
b.
c.
d.
Remove the screw securing the anode wire with a 5mm hex key. (Figure 6-2/D).
Loosen the cathode screw (Figure 6-2/E) on the rear access nut (Figure 6-2/F).
Hold the lamp from the anode end and carefully unscrew and remove the cathode nut (Figure 6-2/F).
Hold the lamp from the anode end and carefully slide out ensuring not to make contact with the
reflector.
e. With your free hand guide the cathode end out of the reflector, on an angle.
f. Before placing the old lamp into the protective case ensure the cathode nut is reinstalled. Place the
lamp, within the case, on the floor where it cannot fall or be bumped. WARNING! Handle box
with extreme caution - the lamp is hazardous even when packaged. Dispose of lamp
box according to local area safety regulations.
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g. With the lamp removed, visually inspect the reflector for dust. If necessary, clean the reflector.
A
Reflector
B
Anode Wire
C
Isolator Screws
D
Anode Nut
E
Cathode Screw
F
Cathode Nut
G
Cathode Clamp
H
Cathode Wire
Figure 6-2 Lamp Assembly
7. Remove the new lamp from the protective case. NOTE: Before removing the lamp from the case loosen
the cathode screw and remove the cathode nut from the lamp.
8. Install the new lamp:
Handle the lamp by the cathode/anode end shafts only, never the glass. DO
NOT over-tighten. DO NOT stress the glass in any way. Check leads. Ensure the anode (+)
lead between the lamp and igniter is well away from any cinema projector metal, such as the
reflector or firewall.
a. Remove the cathode clamp from the lamp before removing it from the case.
b. Hold the anode end of the lamp in your left hand and angle it up through the hole in the back of the
reflector assembly. Insert your right index and middle finger through the back front of the reflector and
guide the lamp onto the cathode clamp. Be careful not to hit the lamp against the reflector.
c. Thread on and hand-tighten the cathode nut. Ensure the smooth portion of the nut is against the
cathode clamp.
d. Tighten the cathode screw (Figure 6-2/E) onto the cathode end of the lamp with a hex key.
e. Align the ring terminal on the anode wire (Figure 6-2/B) with the mounting position (Figure 6-2/D),
ensuring the crimped side of the wire is facing out. Tighten the anode screw. NOTE: Route anode lead
away from nearby metal surfaces.
9. Close the internal lamp door and manually turn the 2 thumbscrews to lock it in place.
10. Close the rear access door. NOTE: Ensure the hex key is placed back into its holder before closing the rear
access door.
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11. Software Adjustments. In the Advanced Setup: Lamp
History window, tap the Add Lamp button and record lamp
type, serial number, reason for change and number of the
hours logged on to the lamp. If the lamp has not been
previously used, enter 0. Tap Save to save the data entered
(Figure 6-3).
12. Power the Lamp ON. Tap
to turn the lamp ON.
from the TPC Main panel
13. Adjust LampLOC™. Immediately adjust lamp position
(LampLOC™) via Advanced Setup: LampLOC™ Setup
window. By adjusting lamp position, you can achieve
Figure 6-3 Add Lamp Window
optimized light output by centering the lamp with the
reflector and obtaining correct distancing from the center of the illumination system.
6.9
Rotate the Lamp
DANGER 1) Lamp rotation must be performed by a qualified service technician only. 2)
EXPLOSION HAZARD! Wear authorized protective clothing whenever the lamp door is open
and when handling the lamp. Never twist or bend the quartz lamp body. Use the correct
wattage lamp supplied by Christie. 3) Ensure those within the vicinity of the cinema projector
are also wearing protective safety clothing. 4) Never attempt to remove the lamp when it is
hot. The lamp is under pressure when hot and may explode, causing personal injury, death, or
property damage. Allow the lamp to cool completely.
When the operational life of the lamp reaches halfway it is recommended that you rotate it 180° to ensure an
even burn of the lamp, improve lamp performance and extend the life of the lamp. An alarm window appears
on the TPC after you complete the lamp rotation.
1. Tap and hold the red power button
on the TPC Main panel to turn the lamp and cinema projector off.
2. Allow the lamp to cool for a minimum of 10 minutes.
3. Unplug the cinema projector.
4. Put on your protective clothing and face shield.
5. Unlock and open the lamp door. Release the tethered latch mechanism to remove the door entirely.
6. Remove the cathode cable and rotate the lamp 180°.
7. Replace the cathode cable.
8. Replace and lock the lamp door.
9. Remove your protective clothing and face shield.
10. Tap and hold the green power button to turn the cinema projector on.
11. Tap Menu > Advanced Setup > Lamp History.
12. Tap Acknowledge Lamp Rotation.
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6.10 Replace the Air Filter
Use only high efficiency Christie approved filters. Never operate the cinema
projector without the filter installed. Always discard used air filters.
You should check the condition of the light engine air filter monthly. Replace the light engine air filter when
you replace the lamp module or sooner if you are operating the cinema projector in a dusty or dirty
environment. The filter is located on the right side of the cinema projector behind the air filter cover.
1. Loosen the 2 captive screws on the bottom of the
filter cover. (Figure 6-4)
2. Pull the cover out and down.
3. Slide the air filter out and discard. Insert the new
air filter with the airflow indicator facing toward
the cinema projector. NOTE: Never reuse an old
air filter. The air filters in this product cannot be
cleaned thoroughly enough for reuse and can lead
to the contamination of optical components.
4. Install the air filter cover by inserting the 2 bottom
tabs and then snapping the door closed.
5. Tighten the 2 captive screws.
Figure 6-4 Remove Light Engine Air Filter
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6.11 Replace the Lens
1. Tap and hold the red power button
on the TPC Main panel to turn the lamp and cinema projector off.
2. Allow the lamp to cool for a minimum of 10 minutes.
3. Unplug the cinema projector.
Figure 6-5 Lens Assembly
4. Install the lens cap and release the lens clamp by pushing it up (Figure 6-6).
Figure 6-6 Release Lens Clamp
5. If necessary, remove the 2 cap screws securing the lens to the lens mount using a 5mm hex key (Figure 66). The cap screws are only needed when the cinema projector is ceiling mounted.
6. Pull the lens out of the lens mount. The lens, motorized zoom and focus connectors disconnect when the
lens is pulled straight out of the mount.
7. Remove the small rear cap. Keep the front cap on.
8. Align the mounts on the lens connector with the lens mount. Insert the lens until it connects with the
magnets on the mount. Once the lens makes contact with the magnetic plates it will be seated correctly and
the connector for motorized zoom and focus will be properly connected (Figure 6-7).
9. Secure the lens clamp by pushing it down to the closed position.
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10. For added stability, secure the cap screws provided on the lens mount. If you have installed a large zoom
lens, one or more of the screws may be inaccessible - simply tighten those that are accessible.
NOTE: Recommended for heaviest lenses, such as 0.8:1 and 1.3-1.75:1.
Figure 6-7 Install Lens
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7 Troubleshooting
If the cinema projector does not appear to be operating properly, note the symptoms and use this section as a
guide. If the problem can not be resolved, contact your dealer for assistance. NOTE: A qualified service
technician is required when opening an enclosure to diagnose any “probable cause”.
7.1
Cinema Projector Does Not Turn On
• Verify the wall circuit breaker is on. If there is a problem with the wall circuit breaker turning off, contact a
certified electrician.
• Check the status of the LEDs on the rear corners of the cinema projector.
• Verify the LVPS has power by looking through the non-operator’s side front access panel. One LED should
be present in the lower middle region. (Figure 7-1)
LVPS Power LED
Figure 7-1 View Power Status LEDs
• On the TPC, verify in the Operational Status region of the Main panel does not indicate a PIB failure.
7.2
Lamp Does Not Ignite
• Tap Menu > Advanced Setup > Lamp History and verify the number of hours the lamp has operated.
Replace a lamp nearing the end of its operational life
• Tap Menu > Status and then Interlocks in the left pane. Check and correct all interlock failures.
• Tap Menu > Status and then All Alarms in the left pane. If a ballast communication error has occurred,
restart the cinema projector and turn the lamp on.
• Tap Menu > Status and then Temperatures in the left pane. Verify if the DMD temperatures are too high. If
the temperatures are too high, cool the cinema projector. Ensure the cinema projector is properly ventilated,
the air filters are not blocked, and the liquid cooling reservoir has coolant.
• Listen for a clicking noise that indicates the ballast is attempting to strike the lamp. If you do not hear a
clicking noise, there might be a problem a problem with the ballast. Contact a Christie accredited service
technician to resolve the issue.
• If you hear a brief clicking noise, but the lamp does not ignite, replace the lamp.
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7.3
Lamp Suddenly Turns Off
•
•
•
•
Tap Menu > Advanced Setup > Lamp Power/LiteLOC Setup. Increase the lamp power.
Tap Menu > Status and then Interlocks in the left pane. Review and correct all interlock failures.
If EVB errors occur, check the door interlock.
Tap Menu > Status and then Temperatures in the left pane. Verify if the DMD temperatures are too high. If
the temperatures are too high, cool the cinema projector. Ensure the cinema projector is properly ventilated,
the air filters are not blocked, and the liquid cooling reservoir has coolant.
• Replace the lamp.
7.4
Flicker, Shadows, or Dimness
•
•
•
•
Ensure the douser is open.
Run a LampLOC™ adjustment.
Verify that a LampLOC™ adjustment is not in progress.
Tap Menu > Advanced Setup > LampPower/LiteLOC™ Setup. Monitor the Power % field to determine
if the power is consistent or varying. Increase the lamp power. Lamps which are near end of service may not
operate reliably at a lower power setting.
• Fold mirror misalignment. Contact your Christie accredited service technician to resolve the issue.
• Integrator rod misalignment. Contact your Christie accredited service technician to resolve the issue.
7.5
LampLOC™ Not Working
• If the Do Auto option is not working, tap Menu > Advanced Setup > LampLOC™ Setup and adjust the
lamp position manually. Observe screen brightness by adjusting the XYZ values or use a light meter to check
for changes in brightness.
7.6
LiteLOC Not Working
™
• Tap Menu > Advanced Setup > LampPower/LiteLOC™ Setup. Tap Enable LiteLOC™.
• If the lamp power is at the maximum setting to maintain a LiteLOC™ setting, LiteLOC™ is automatically
disabled. Reduce the LiteLOC™ setting, or install a new lamp.
7.7
TPC
• If the TPC fails to initialize, restart the cinema projector.
• If the TPC display is blank, ensure the TPC is on by opening the flap at the back of the TPC and verify the
grey button in the bottom left corner is ON.
• If the locations of button presses on the screen are misinterpreted, the TPC screen may need recalibrating.
Tap Menu > Administrator Setup > Preferences. Tap Calibrate Screen and follow the onscreen instructions.
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7.8
Cannot Establish Communication with cinema projector
Verify all input devices have the same subnet mask and unique IP addresses.
7.9
Blank Screen, No Display of Cinema Image
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Ensure the lens cap is not on either end of the lens.
Ensure the lamp is ON.
Confirm all power connections are still OK.
Ensure the douser is OPEN by verifying the state of the douser on Main panel.
Ensure any test pattern other than the full black test pattern displays properly.
Verify the correct display file is selected.
For cinema connections, verify the correct port is selected.
7.10 Severe Motion Artifacts
Verify if there is a synchronization problem with reversed 3-2 pull-down in the 60Hz-to-24Hz film-to digital
conversion and correct it at the source.
7.11 Image Appears Vertically Stretched or Squeezed into Center of Screen
To regain full image width and proper proportions you may need to install an anamorphic lens. Open the
Source File Setup window and verify the resolution and aspect ratio settings. Open the Screen File Setup
window and verify the lens factor settings.
7.12 No Image, Just Pink Snow
This problem occurs when the correct cryptographic key is not available to decode encrypted cinema content..
• If the cinema projector security lid is unlocked or open, a warning appears on the Touch Panel Controller
(TPC). Pause or stop the show on the server and then close and lock the lid. Press Play on the server and wait
for the cinema projector to receive the decryption keys from the server. If the cinema projector does not
recover after 30 seconds, pause or stop the show and try pressing Play again. If this solution does not work,
reset the server. Check the Status window on the TPC for a tamper warning. If the lamp door is closed, the
tamper switch may be faulty.
• Ensure the IP octets for the cinema projector and the server match. Change if necessary.
• Tap Menu > Channel Setup. Tap Config 2 in the left pane and select LD Bypass.
7.13 Inaccurate Display Colors
Adjust the color, tint, color space, and color temperature settings of your input source. Tap Menu > Channel
Setup. Tap Config 1 in the left pane and verify the correct value is selected in the PCF list. Tap Config 2 in the
left pane and verify the correct value is selected in the Color Space field.
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7.14 Display is Not Rectangular
•
•
•
•
Verify the cinema projector is level and the lens surface and screen are parallel to one another.
Adjust the vertical offset of the lens mount with the vertical offset knob or ILS.
Check that the anamorphic lens is straight. Rotate to orient the aperture correctly.
Tap Menu > Advanced Setup > Screen File Setup and verify the settings for the screen file are correct.
7.15 Display is Noisy
• Adjust the input source pixel tracking, phase, and filter.
• Verify the video input is terminated (75 ohms). If the device is the last device in a linked series, verify the
video input is terminated at the last input source.
• Verify the cables connecting the input device to the cinema projector meet the minimum requirements.
• Add signal amplification or conditioning if the distance between the input device and the cinema projector
exceeds 25 feet.
7.16 Display has Suddenly Frozen
Turn off the cinema projector and unplug the power cord from the power source. Plug the cinema projector
power cord into a power source and turn the cinema projector on.
7.17 Data is Cropped from Edges
Reduce the image size to fill the display area, and then stretch the image vertically to fill the screen. Add an
anamorphic lens to regain image width.
7.18 The cinema projector is On, but There is No Display
• Ensure AC power is connected.
• Make sure the lens cover is removed from the lens.
• Make sure the douser is open.
• Tap
on the main TPC screen. If the lamp does not strike, refer to 7.2 Lamp Does Not Ignite, on page 71.
• Tap Menu > Channel Setup. Verify the correct channel is selected and the settings are correct.
• Ensure an active source is connected properly. Check the cable connections and make sure the alternative
source is selected.
• Verify you can select test patterns. If you can, check your source connections again.
• Ensure your Cinema server is running Series 2 compatible software.
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7.19 The Display is Unstable
• Verify that the input device is connected properly. If the input device is not connected properly, the cinema
projector repeatedly attempts to display an image.
• The horizontal or vertical scan frequency of the input signal may be out of range for the cinema projector.
• The sync signal may be inadequate. Correct the source problem.
7.20 The Display is Faint
• Verify the input source is terminated only once.
• If the input is not a video source, use a different sync tip clamp location.
7.21 Portions of the Display are Cut OFF or Warped to the Opposite Edge
If you have resized the image, adjust the resizing settings until the entire image is visible and centered.
7.22 Display Appears Compressed (Vertically Stretched)
• Adjust the frequency of the pixel sampling clock for the input source.
• Verify the size and position settings are correct for the input source.
• Use an anamorphic lens for HDTV and anamorphic DVD input sources that have been re-sized and vertically stretched.
7.23 Inconsistent Picture Quality
• Verify the quality of the signal from the input source.
• Verify the H and V frequencies of the input source are correct.
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