Draper Silhouette/Series V

Draper Silhouette/Series V
Installation/Operating Instructions
220V Silhouette/Series E & V Electric Projection Screen by Draper
Caution
US Patent Nos. 5,296,964; 6,111,694
① Read instructions through completely before proceeding; keep them for
future reference. Follow instructions carefully. Installation contrary to
instructions invalidates warranty. Care in mounting and correct operation
will mean long and satisfactory service from your Draper screen.
② Screen should be accessible for complete removal should fabric become
damaged or should other service be required.
③ Screen should be installed level (using a carpenter’s level).
④ Nothing should be fastened to screen dowel or viewing surface
⑤ Operating switch(es) packed separately in screen carton. Do not discard
with packing material.
⑥ Screen operates on 220V AC, 50 hz., 1 ph. current.
NOTE: Screen has been thoroughly inspected and tested at factory and
found to be operating properly prior to shipment.
These instructions are meant as a guide only. They do not imply any
responsibility on the part of Draper, Inc. for improper installation or faulty
workmanship at the jobsite.
Lip on back of case
Silhouette fully engaged
on "Z" Clip
"Z" Clip
(wall mounting bracket
supplied with Silhouette)
Installation
Your Draper screen can be mounted on a wall or suspended from the ceiling,
or mounted on 15 cm or 25-36 cm extension brackets. Extension brackets
must be ordered separately from Draper. With each method of installation, the
case must be mounted level and with the flat back parallel to the wall.
To reduce the risk of personal injury, use only the hardware which comes with
the screen or is specified in these instructions.
The screen (or extension brackets) should be mounted into studs or blocking
in the wall/ceiling, or in drywall (minimum thickness 13 mm [1/2"]) with specified anchors. For any other type of installation, follow all local building and
safety codes.
Steel studs, concrete or cinder block walls and all other types of non-wood
frame construction require the use of special screws or anchors. The selection
of appropriate mounting hardware should be made by a qualified professional
installer.
When locating viewing surface and checking clearance for screen’s operation,
remember surface is centered in case.
Take care to install wall/ceiling electrical box and conduit so they will be fully
concealed by the screen case after installation.
Handle case carefully to avoid scratching.
Regardless of mounting method, screen should be positively and securely
supported so that vibration or even abusive pulling on the viewing surface will
not cause case to work loose or fall. Installer must insure that fasteners used
are of adequate strength and suitable for the mounting surface chosen.
Wall Mounting
Mount two, three or four aluminum brackets provided (“Z” Clips) on the wall
at desired height, using appropriate fasteners. Verify that they are in line and
level to fully engage with the mounting lip on back of screen case. 42 mm of
free space is required above the “Z” Clips to allow case lip to be engaged over
the lip of the “Z” Clips.
Engage the lip on back of screen case with lip of “Z” Clip and gently pull down
to fully engage case to brackets.
Ceiling/Suspended Mounting
Locate two offset ceiling brackets (supplied) and slide these into the channel on top of screen case by aligning the chamfered edges of each bracket
parallel to the channel length. Allow bracket to drop against bottom of channel
and then rotate bracket counter-clockwise. Slide one bracket to each end of
screen case until it stops against end cap of case. Tighten two set screws
to lock bracket in place. Make sure that the flange of the ceiling bracket that
has four holes is extended beyond the end caps of the case. Repeat above
procedure for second ceiling bracket, making sure to slide it towards opposite
end of case.
Ceiling bracket in
channel of case
To mount against ceiling, hold screen case against ceiling and mark mounting hole locations. Each bracket has two holes towards the front edge and
two holes towards the back edge. Installer must use at least two fasteners
per bracket with one fastener in one of the two holes closest to back edge
of bracket, and one fastener in one of the two hole closest to front edge of
bracket. Installer must insure that fasteners are of adequate strength and suitable for the mounting surface chosen.
Ceiling bracket
Mounting fasteners
(supplied by others, 2 per bracket)
(right end of Silhouette case)
®
(front of Silhouette case)
Copyright © 2011 Draper Inc.
Form SilhouetteE&V220V_Inst11-R
Printed in U.S.A.
If you encounter any difficulties installing or servicing your Silhouette screen, call your dealer or
Draper, Inc. Spiceland, Indiana, U.S.A., telephone (765) 987-7999 or fax (765) 987-1689.
220V Silhouette/Series E & V by Draper
To mount suspended from ceiling, the brackets need to be installed on
screen case as noted on page one. Attach “S” Hooks (supplied) through the
holes in the brackets. Select the set of holes that allows the screen to hang
in a vertical position. The installer is to provide the materials and fasteners
to attach the “S” Hooks to the ceiling. Installer must insure that the fasteners
and suspension material is of adequate strength and suitable for the mounting
surface chosen.
Mounting on 15 cm extension wall brackets: 15 cm or 25-36 cm brackets
are needed to mount Silhouette extended from wall. Brackets are not supplied
with screen and must be ordered separately. Specify “Silhouette Extension
Brackets”.
Mount the brackets to the wall, making sure they are level and vertically
plumb. Installer must insure fasteners (not included) are of adequate strength
and suitable for chosen mounting surface.
Attach hanging bracket to wall bracket as shown. Attach (1) “Z” Clip (supplied
with screen) to hanging bracket as shown.
Engage the lip on back of screen case with lip of “Z” Clip and gently pull down
to fully engage case to brackets. Screw in #10-16 x ½" screw on each bracket
to lock screen case in place (see below).
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Electrical Connections
Screen operates on 220 V AC, 50 Hz., 1 ph current.
Junction box is located at left end of screen. It is accessible through front of
screen case after fascia is removed. (See instructions above for removing
fascia.) Electrical supply wires can enter through the back or top of case. For
top entry, remove plug from top conduit hole and snap plug into hole on back
side of case.
Junction box contains brown, black, and blue pigtail leads and green internal
ground wire per wiring diagram attached.
If optional low voltage control or video interface control is specified and factory
installed, please refer to wiring diagram on page three.
Wall or ceiling electrical box should be installed so as to be fully concealed by
screen case after installation.
Screen is shipped with internal wiring complete and control switch(es) fully
boxed. Wire to connect screen to switch(es) and switch(es) to power supply
should be furnished by installer. Connections should be made in accordance
with attached wiring diagram, and wiring should comply with national and
local electrical codes.
All operating switches should be “off” before power is connected.
Operation
CB ¼"-20 x 1¾" Z Keg,
Flat Washer,
¼"-20 Nylock Nut
#10-24 x ½"
Screw
Hanging
Bracket
#10-24 x ½"
Screw,
Nylock Nut
Z Clip
Removing Case Fascia
Caution: When removing or reattaching fascia, do not handle fascia
by unpainted ends.
Case fascia is removable to access roller assembly. To remove fascia, depress
outward the spring lip located inside lower front corner of screen case and
pull lower corner of fascia outward. Repeat this at right end of case. Support
fascia from center and rotate lower front edge upward approximately 40° to
disengage the Roll-Lok hinge at the top front of screen case. Fascia can now
be completely removed from case.
To install fascia, generally reverse instructions above making sure the RollLok hinge is completely engaged before rotating fascia down towards the
closed position. Depress spring clips outward, push lower corners of fascia
inward until lips of spring clips hook behind fascia.
Please Note: Be sure the clips are completely up against
the ends of the fascia.
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Before operating screen, remove any shipping brackets or tape securing fabric
and dowel to the roller. If viewing surface is hanging out of the case 20 to 23
cm, tape has probably been broken by rough handling in shipment, allowing
surface to “unwrap” one turn off the roller. Manually wrap fabric back around
the roller without turning the roller itself.
When screen is first operated, be cautious! Cycle unit down and up several
times to confirm satisfactory operation.
220V SINGLE STATION CONTROL—3-position UP-OFF-DOWN switch
permits operation to be stopped at any point. Factory adjusted limit switches
automatically stop screen when fully down or fully up.
220V MULTIPLE STATION CONTROL—(Not CE Approved) Switches are
similar in appearance to 220V Single Station Control. Screen stops when
switch is released and may be restarted in either direction. Factory adjusted
limit switches stop screen automatically when fully up or fully down.
24V MULTIPLE STATION CONTROL—Three-button UP-STOP-DOWN
switches stop at any point desired, operate in any sequence. Factory adjusted
limit switches automatically stop screen when fully up or fully down. Installer
should incorporate an all-pole disconnect in the fixed wiring.
220V & 12V VIDEO INTERFACE CONTROL—(Not CE Approved) Allows
screen to be controlled by a trigger signal—when the signal comes on, the
screen descends automatically. Two versions: Model VIC220 integrates screen
operation with a Draper video projector lift or a video projector or tuner with
a 220V switch outlet. Model VIC12 interfaces with a 12V switch outlet. Both
available with an override switch (VIC–OS), permitting independent operation.
VIC–OS not available with factory installed VIC220 & VIC12.
KEY OPERATED SWITCHING—(Not CE Approved) Two kinds of key-operated switches are optionally available with this unit.
① The key-operated power supply switch controls power to the screen and
switches. When it is “off”, the switches will not operate screen.
Key may be removed from the switch in either “on” or “off” position.
② A three-position key switch permits the screen to be operated directly by
key. In this case, the screen’s operator must always have a key.
RS232/ETHERNET—Serial communication and network communication
optionally available with wall switches, RF or IR remote.
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Adjustments
Please Note: Screen limits are factory set for optimum performance of the
screen. Any adjustment of these limits could void the warranty. Please
check with Draper prior to resetting screen limits.
CAUTION: Always be prepared to shut screen off manually when new
adjustment is being tested. Screen may be severely damaged if viewing
surface is allowed to run too far up or too far down.
CAUTION: Be sure all switches are in “off” position before adjusting limit
switches.
Adjusting “fully up” position — “Up” stopping position may be adjusted by
turning the yellow limit switch adjustment socket. The yellow socket is located
on left end of screen roller. Turning the socket counterclockwise will allow the
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viewing surface to retract farther into the case. Turning it clockwise will cause
the surface to stop farther out of the case. One full revolution of the socket will
alter the stopping position of the viewing surface by approximately 25 mm (1").
Adjusting “fully down” position — “Down” stopping position may be adjusted by turning the white limit switch adjustment socket. The white socket is
located on the left end of screen roller. Turning the socket counterclockwise
will allow the viewing surface to run farther down. Turning it clockwise will
shorten the viewing surface, causing it to stop in a lessPextended
position.
OTS
AT NO TIME SHOULD VIEWING SURFACE BE UNROLLED ENOUGH TO
EXPOSE ANY PART OF SCREEN ROLLER.
Limit Adjustments (Built-in Low Voltage Motors)
Please Note: Screen limits are factory set for optimum performance of the
screen. Any adjustment of these limits could void the warranty. Please
check with Draper prior to resetting screen limits.
CAUTION: Always be prepared to shut screen off manually when new
adjustment is being tested. Screen may be severely damaged if viewing
surface is allowed to run too far up or too far down.
CAUTION: Be sure all switches are in “off” position before adjusting limit
switches.
① Connect the ILT switch to the motor via the terminal blocks, or via the
modular port using four conductor modular cable. When using modular
cable, the cable connectors MUST NOT be crimped in reverse, as with
standard telephone cable.
② Set the slide switch to the lower position. Press and hold the DOWN button
on the switch to move the viewing surface to the desired lower limit. If the
screen moves in the opposite direction, release the DOWN button and
press and hold down the STOP button for four seconds. This will reverse
the operation of the UP and DOWN switches.
③ Move slider switch into center position.Wait a couple of seconds.
Please Note: If you move the slider switch from down to up in one motion it sets the two limits in the same postion.
④ Set the slide switch to the higher position. Move the viewing surface to the
desired upper limit by pressing and holding the UP button on the wall
switch.
⑤ Return the slide switch to the center position to return to normal operation.
⑥ To set the viewing surface to an alternate format position, move the viewing
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Set UPPER limit
CENTER
Normal Operation
To Motor
with
Built-In
Low Voltage
Slide
Switch
Back View
surface to the desired position and press the STOP button. Press and hold
the STOP button for at least three seconds to record the position.
Please Note: Pressing and releasing the UP button on the switch will move
the screen to its upper limit. Pressing and releasing the DOWN button will
move the screen to its lower limit.
While the motor is in motion, pressing the STOP button for less than two
seconds will stop the viewing surface at its present position.
Once the motor is stopped, pressing the STOP button will move the viewing surface to its alternate format position.
Pressing and holding the STOP button, when the motor is at rest or in motion, for at least three seconds will record a new alternate format position.
Caution: Do not remove the roller assembly from the
case unless necessary for repairs. If the roller
assembly is removed, be sure motor is fully re-seated
in the bracket, and re-secure it carefully with the motor
retaining spring (see diagram at right).
Tab-Tension Adjustment Procedure for Silhouette/Series V
① Determine which side requires adjustment.
② Secure dowel with one hand.
Caution: Do not touch or bend surface.
③ Using Philips-head screwdriver, depress spring-loaded adjustment screw
(see drawing) and slowly turn clockwise to tighten tension, or counterclockwise to loosen tension. The screw adjusts in ¼ turn increments.
Adjust only one increment (¼ turn).
④ If problem is not corrected, leave screen in position for 24 hours to allow
surface material to stretch into position.
⑤ If problem still is not corrected, repeat steps ② and ③.
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Tensioning
Cable
Dowel
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Adjustment
Screw
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Case Dimensions
22 mm holes for supply wires located on back
and top, 64 mm from left end of case.
121
mm
Silhouette D
Series E 13.5 cm
Series V
Varies
152
mm
D
Viewing Surface
Series E Viewing Surface Shown; Series V with Tab Tensioning also available.
At left, Series V slat bar is depicted inside case. Series E has a typical round bottom dowel. For all Silhouettes, the dowel is concealed inside the case.
Wiring Diagrams
Please Note: Do not wire motors in parallel.
Wiring Diagrams—220V Motor and Quiet Motor
Single Station Control
Junction box at
left end of screen
Junction box at
left end of screen
CE Approved
Wiring Diagrams—220V Motor and Quiet Motor
with Built-in Low Voltage Controller
Multiple Station Control
Not CE Approved
Internal Screen Wiring
Blue-220v (Common)
Brown-220v (Down)
Black-220v (Up)
Internal Screen Wiring
Blue-220v (Common)
Brown-220v (Down)
Black-220v (Up)
Single Station Control
Junction box at
left end of screen
CE Approved
Junction box at
left end of screen
Green/Yellow (Motor Ground)
Green (Motor Ground)
Green (Motor Ground)
Data Cable
Cap off with wire
nut & tape
Data
Cables
Blue
Red
220v, 50 Hz.
Black
Control
switch
Dashed wiring
by installer
Black
Black
Hot
220v,
50 Hz.
Blue
Red
Neutral
Neutral
220v,
50 Hz.
Blue
Red
L1
Dashed wiring
by installer
Not CE Approved
Internal Screen Wiring
Blue-220v (Common)
Brown-220v (Down)
Black-220v (Up)
Internal Screen Wiring
Blue-220v (Common)
Brown-220v (Down)
Black-220v (Up)
Green/Yellow (Motor Ground)
Multiple Station Control
Wall Switch,
RF or IR
Receiver,
or integrated
control system
Dashed wiring
by installer
220v, 50 Hz.
Wiring Diagrams—Plug & Play 220V Motor
with Built-in Low Voltage Controller
Single Low Voltage Control
Multiple Low Voltage Controls
Internal Screen Wiring
White (Neutral)
Black
Green (Ground)
Internal Screen Wiring
White (Neutral)
Black
Green (Ground)
Data Cable
Data
Cables
Wall Switch,
RF or IR
Receiver,
or integrated
control system
220V
220V
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Wall Switches,
RF or IR
Receivers,
or integrated
control systems
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Wall Switches,
RF or IR
Receivers,
or integrated
control systems
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ILT Switch-to-Motor—Dry Contacts or Data Cable connection
Back of wall switch.
Please Note: This Splitter/
Jack is located inside the junction box of your screen.
Motor Data Cable
plugged in here
Please Note: Although both
Dry Contact and Data Cable
connections are shown, you
should only use one connection type per motor.
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Data Cables to switches or
to additional motors can
be plugged into any of the
three open jacks. If this is a
"Case First, Screen Later"
installation, plug the motor
cable into the jack indicated
in the drawing.
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UP 5V COM DWN
External Low Voltage & Wireless Control
Internal Screen Wiring
White/Blue (Common)
Red 110/Black 220 (Up)
Black 110/Brown 220 (Down)
Green/Yellow
(Motor Ground)
White or Blue-Common to screen & 110/220V AC Neutral
Red-to screen (directional)
Brown-to screen (directional)
Yellow-to 110/220V AC-Hot
Black-to 110/220V AC-Hot
Green/Yellow (Ground)
Dashed wiring by electrician
Low voltage wiring by others
Eye Port for IR Eye, RF Receiver or LED
Wall Switch. For more than one of
these, a splitter is required.
3 Button Wall Switch
DOWN - Black
COM - White
UP - Red
Aux Port for connecting additional LVC-III
modules (up to six total can be linkedconnect from Aux to Eye).
To
110/220V
Line
STOP
Location of key
operated on-off
switch if furnished
STOP
Control
Switches
24v DC
Two-Way Serial Communication (RS232) with MC1
Internal Screen Wiring
Program LED
White or Blue-Common
Red-to Screen (directional)
Black-to Screen (directional)
Brown-Hot to AC
Green/Yellow-Ground
White/Blue (Common)
Red 110/Black 220 (Up)
Black 110/Brown 220 (Down)
Green 110V/
Green/Yellow 220V
(Motor Ground)
Low Voltage Wiring by others
AC Wiring by electrician
Fuse
RS232 Data FROM Control System
RS232 Data TO Control System
Signal Ground & Manual Switch Common
Manual Switch Down
Manual Switch Up
MC1
Location of key
operated on-off
Eye Port for IR Eye. For RF Receiver or LED
switch if furnished
Wall Switch, a Splitter and a Power Supply
is required. Plug RF Receiver or LED Wall
Switch and Power Supply into splitter, then
run cable from Splitter to MC1 Eye Port.
To AC Line
See separate Serial Communication-RS232 Instruction sheet for
enabling RS232 with the MC1.
Wiring Diagram for Optional, Built-in Video Interface Control
Built-in Video Interface Control
Junction box at
left end of screen
Internal screen wiring
Blue (Neutral)
N
Black (Hot)
220 VAC supply L1
Green/Yellow (Ground)
Trigger signal
VIC220 (220 VAC, white cord & plug)
VIC12 (12 VDC, brown & orange leads)
Dashed wiring
by electrician
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