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Tempest Cyclone 8000, Cyclone 8120, Cyclone 8100, Cyclone 8102, Cyclone 8400, Cyclone 8200, Cyclone 8210, Cyclone 8500, Cyclone 8600, Cyclone 8450 User manual
User Manual and Installation Guide
User
Manual
Tornado Moving Light Enclosures
Heater
Fan
On
Relay
Temp
DMX
Lamp
ESC
OK
Tempest Lighting, Inc.
13110 Saticoy Street, Unit C
N. Hollywood, CA 91605, USA
For all Cyclone projector
enclosures manufactured after
June 2013
Tel +1 818 787 8984
Fax +1 818 982 5510
[email protected]
www.tempest.org
Including Cyclone HUSH Enclosures
In the interest of continuous product improvement, the information in this document is subject to change without
notice. Neither Tempest Lighting, Inc. nor its representatives or agents may be held liable for expense or injury
arising from it.
© Tempest Lighting Inc. All Rights Reserved
Cyclone Enclosure User Manual
August, 2013
page 1
Table of Contents
1
Introduction .........................................................................................................5
Dimensions, Weights and Projector Fit ........................................................6
2
Installation ...........................................................................................................8
Safety and Warnings .....................................................................................8
Planning.........................................................................................................9
Mounting .................................................................................................... 10
Stacking Cyclone Enclosures ..................................................................... 11
Cyclovator Tilt Kit ...................................................................................... 12
3
Wiring................................................................................................................ 16
One or Two Power Circuits? ...................................................................... 17
Single Feed Operation (factory default) .................................................... 18
Split Feed Operation .................................................................................. 18
Power Connections .................................................................................... 19
Cyclone 840B Ballast Enclosure ................................................................ 21
4
Digital Enclosure Control – DEC3.3TM with GoldilocksTM .................................. 24
DEC3.3 Schematic ...................................................................................... 25
DEC3.3 Main Functions.............................................................................. 26
Factory Settings – Basic Mode ................................................................... 26
Operating Modes ....................................................................................... 27
DEC3.3 Control Parameters ....................................................................... 28
DMX Connections....................................................................................... 29
Remote Device Management (RDM) .......................................................... 30
Control Interface ........................................................................................ 31
RDM Monitoring and Configuration .......................................................... 35
Firmware Upgrade over RDM..................................................................... 36
5
Mounting the Projector .................................................................................... 37
Airflow Chimneys ....................................................................................... 40
Christie Roadie HD35K Projectors ............................................................ 41
6
Closing up the Enclosure ................................................................................. 42
7
Operation .......................................................................................................... 43
8
Routine Maintenance ........................................................................................ 44
Air Filter Replacement ............................................................................... 45
9
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................... 46
10
Limited Warranty .............................................................................................. 47
11
Tempest Product Support ................................................................................ 48
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CERTIFICATE AND DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
FOR CE MARKING
Tempest Lighting, Inc.
13110 Saticoy Street, Unit C, North Hollywood, CA 91605, USA
t: +1 818 787 8984
f: +1 818 982 5770
e: [email protected]
www.tempest.org
Tempest Lighting, Inc. declares that their
Cyclone Projector Enclosure Series 8xxx.xxx
complies with the Essential Requirements of the following EU
Directives:
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC
Test Report 60065-6500-01
Test Report 61000-6500-03
and further conforms with the following EU Harmonized Standards:
EN 60065 : 2002
EN 60529:2001-2002
EN 61000-6-3:2007+A1:2011
EN61000-6-1:2007
EN55015:2006+A2:2009
Test
Test
Test
Test
Test
Report
Report
Report
Report
Report
60065-6500-01
60529-6500-02
61000-6500-03
61000-6500-03
61000-6500-03
Dated: 1st October, 2010
Position of signatory: President
Name of Signatory: Tim Burnham
Signed below:
on behalf of Tempest Lighting, Inc.
.............................
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This is to certify that the following products
8000.US Series
Cyclone 8000 Projector Enclosure, 230V
8200.US Series
Cyclone 8200 Projector Enclosure, 230V
8400.US Series
Cyclone 8400 Projector Enclosure, 230V
Have been tested and approved to standards UL 508 (electrical) and UL 50 (environmental), as
NEMA 3R enclosures, for use in the United States and Canada.
This declaration is made by the manufacturer
Tempest Lighting, Inc.
13110 Saticoy Street, Unit C
North Hollywood, CA 91605, USA
This declaration is based on tests that were conducted on the submitted samples of the above
mentioned products.
Listing Report No. 3198609LAX-001a refers.
Dated: December 12th, 2010
Signature . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tempest Lighting Inc
Tempest Lighting, Inc.,
13110 Saticoy Street, North Hollywood, CA 91605, USA
www.tempest.org [email protected]
t: +1 818 787 8984
f: +1 818 982 5582
Cyclone Enclosure User Manual
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1 Introduction
Products Covered by this Manual
8000
8100
8102
8120
8200
8210
8400
8450
840B
8500
8600
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Cyclone 8000
Cyclone 8100
Cyclone 8102
Cyclone 8120
Cyclone 8200
Cyclone 8210
Cyclone 8400
Cyclone 8450
Ballast Enclosure*
Cyclone 8500
Cyclone 8600
Notes: xx = Part # suffix .US for North American 208V electrical systems
Xx = Part # suffix .IN for European 230V electrical systems
‘Series’ includes Outdoor, HUSH, Landscape, Portrait and Custom models
* Ballast Enclosure for Christie HD35K and D4K35 projectors
Using This Manual
Please read this manual in its entirety before starting work. All the information contained is important,
and should be read carefully before proceeding. Heed all warnings and advisories.
Icon Key:
 Valuable information
 Electrical Warning
 Safety Information
Cyclone Enclosure User Manual
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Dimensions, Weights and Projector Fit
Cyclone Outdoor Dimensions
Note: Cyclone HUSH dimensions are the same, except that there are no exhaust cowls on HUSH models.
Exhaust Cowls (Outdoor
models only)
Air inlet Filters/Louvers
DEC User Interface
C
D
Signal and Power conduit
entries (Outdoor models)
Tempered optical glass
projection window
E
Note: You must allow at
least 4”/100mm
clearance top and each
side for airflow and
latches
A
B
DIM A
DIM B*
DIM C
DIM D
DIM E
Weight
Typical Projector Type
8000
44”/112cm
48”/122cm
22”/56cm
28”/71cm
16”/40.6cm
175lb/80kg
BARCO HDX
8100
44”/112cm
48”/122cm
17”/43cm
34”/86cm
16”/40.6cm
160lb/73kg
Panasonic PT-DS21K, DP Titan Quad
8102
44”/112cm
48”/122cm
31”/79cm
34”/86cm
16”/40.6cm
220lb/100kg
TWO x Panasonic PT-DS21K
8120
44”/112cm
48”/122cm
20”/51cm
34”/86cm
16”/40.6cm
185lb/84kg
Panasonic PT-EX16K
8200
54”/137cm
58”/147cm
26”/66cm
34”/86cm
16”/40.6cm
220lb/100kg
Christie Roadster
8210
54”/137cm
58”/147cm
30”/76cm
36”/91cm
16”/40.6cm
230lb/105kg
BARCO FLM, HDF
8400
70”/178cm
74”/188cm
33”/84cm
34”/86cm
16”/40.6cm
320lb/145kg
Christie Roadie HD35K
8450
70”/178cm
74”/188cm
33”/84cm
34”/86cm
16”/40.6cm
320lb/145kg
Christie D4K35, CP2210/20
840B
31”/79cm
34”/86cm
26”/66cm
24”/61cm
8”/20.3cm
65lb/30kg
Christie 35K Ballast Enclosure
8500
61”/155cm
65”/165cm
36”/91cm
38”/97cm
16”/40.6cm
330lb/150kg
BARCO HDQ 40K
8600
70”/178cm
74”/188cm
39”/99cm
34”/86cm
16”/40.6cm
350lb/159kg
Sony SRX-R320
* Does not apply to HUSH models
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Open Slide and Door Dimensions
B
A
B
A
B
8000, 8100 Series, 8102
36”/92cm
Same as height, Dim C, previous page
8200 Series
38”/97cm
Same as height, Dim C, previous page
8400 Series
56”/142cm
Same as height, Dim C, previous page
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2 Installation
Safety and Warnings
These warnings are for your protection. Failure to comply may result in serious injury or death.
Tempest Lighting, Inc. assumes no responsibility for damages or injury incurred by misuse or
mishandling of product.

Do not attempt to install or operate the enclosure before fully reading and understanding this
manual

Never allow anyone who has not read this manual to open the enclosure or perform
maintenance on the projector within.

Never leave the enclosure unattended when open.

Always make sure all bolts and latches are tight and safety locks are in place after performing
any form of maintenance on the unit.

Do not open any electrical boxes until power has been shut off to all supply lines to the
enclosure (including the one powering the projector).

Do not open the enclosure in wet weather.
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Planning

Snow clearance:
MINIMUM
24”/60cm

Observe the following MINIMUM clearances around enclosure for access and ventilation.
4”/10cm *
Same as height, + 2”/5cm
Same as height, + 2”/5cm
4”/10cm *
4”/10cm
* Note: Side clearance must be doubled when two enclosures are mounted side by side
Cyclone Enclosure User Manual
page 9
Mounting
The Cyclone enclosure is provided with a pair of stainless steel Unistrut channels on the enclosure
base, for mounting to your structure. You may use standard Unistrut accessories, or purchase
mounting kits from Tempest Lighting – four kits are required per enclosure.

Each Enclosure must be mounted with FOUR points.

8400 and up must be mounted with SIX points when suspended from a structure.

All mountings must be made using the two Unistrut channels on the base of the enclosure.

Tempest Lighting recommends the use of stainless steel mounting hardware.

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE:
Installer must ensure that all mounting points are secure and conform to local safety
regulations. Tempest Lighting Inc. accepts no responsibility for damage or injury arising
from inappropriate or unsafe installation.
These mounting accessories are available from Tempest:
4900.MB Stainless Steel Unistrut channel nut, bolt and
washer. Four required per enclosure (6 when
suspending Cyclone 8400 and up)
4900.MC Stainless Steel Unistrut channel nut, bolt and
pipe clamp, for pipes 1.5” (38mm) to 2” (50mm) OD.
Four required per enclosure (6 when suspending
Cyclone 8400 and up)
.
4925.MC Stainless Steel Unistrut channel nut, bolt and
pipe clamp, for pipes 2” (50mm) to 2.5” (64mm) OD.
Four required per enclosure (6 when suspending
Cyclone 8400 and up)
.
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page 10
Stacking Cyclone Enclosures
Cyclone enclosures may be stacked, using the Cyclone Stacking Kit accessory.
Item # 8000.SK
4”/10cm
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page 11
Cyclovator Tilt Kit
Cyclone enclosures are often used on video mapping projects where the angle of the projected
beam needs to be more than the projector’s lens shift range. The Cyclovator Tilt Kit allows the
projector to be tilted up to 80˚up or down, and then returned to horizontal for servicing.

IT IS A SAFETY REQUIREMENT that the projector only be slid out of the enclosure for
service when the enclosure is horizontal. Many of the projectors used in Cyclone
enclosures are very heavy, and it is DANGEROUS to slide them when the enclosure is
set at an angle.
 
Installing the Cyclovator
1.
Cyclovator must be bolted securely to a solid structure or a concrete pad, using ½” or M12
stainless steel hardware. Four fixing holes are provided in the Cyclovator base.
2.
The Cyclone enclosure bolts to the Cyclovator using six 5/16” stainless steel bolts
provided. The bolts drop through the enclosure base and screw into threaded inserts in
the Cyclovator arm.
3.
Using the hand crank, adjust the Cyclovator to the desired angle for the projection show.
4.
Loosen the set screw and slide the locking collar on the threaded rod to make contact
with the Acme nut in the Cyclovator arm, and tighten the set screw. This is the show
position stop.
5.
Now you can lower the enclosure to horizontal for service and return it accurately to the
show position.
Cyclovator Arm
Acme Nut
Locking Collar
Hand Crank
Fixing Point (x 4)
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Cyclone HUSH Enclosures
Cyclone HUSH enclosures must be provided with an exhaust duct for exhaust air, from the top of
the enclosure to a location where the noise of the Cyclone fans will not be heard. This is usually
an insulated ceiling void, drop ceiling, an adjoining room, or an outside wall.
The exhaust duct is normally installed by an air conditioning installer, and rated for airflow as
follows:
Cyclone 8000, 8100 HUSH
500cfm
0.25m3/s
Cyclone 8200 and up
1,000cfm
0.50m3/s
The Cyclone HUSH enclosure is supplied with a fan plate to be mounted at the far end of the duct.
Installer must provide a 3-conductor flexible cable rated at 250VAC, 10 Amps, conforming to local
electrical standards, to connect the fan plate to the Cyclone DEC controller, and pulled either
through the duct or in a separate electrical conduit.
Power and Signal
Conduit Entries
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Cyclone HUSH Enclosure Top Surface Dimensions
Smaller HUSH Enclosures (8000, 8100 Series)
Exhaust
Vent
FRONT
BACK
Larger HUSH Enclosures (8102, 8200 and up)
FRONT
Cyclone Enclosure User Manual
Exhaust
Vent
BACK
page 14
Cyclone HUSH Remote Fan Plate
Remote 2-Fan Plate
Cyclone 8000, 8100 Series
Remote 4-Fan Plate
Cyclone 8102
Cyclone 8200 and up
1.
Install the Remote fan plate at the end of the exhaust duct, with the airflow
AWAY from the Cyclone enclosure. See illustration on p12
direction
2.
Connect a 3-conductor wire rated at 10 Amps, 250 Volts to the terminals on the Remote
Fan Plate.
3.
Pull the Fan wire through the duct to the Digital Enclosure Control (DEC) controller in the
Cyclone enclosure.
4.
Terminate the fan wire to the DEC FAN 1 and Earth (Ground) Terminals as shown here:
Fan Wire (European color
codes shown here)
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3 Wiring

All electrical work must be carried out by a properly licensed electrician, in compliance
with local electrical standards. Failure to observe this point will void the factory warranty
for the Tempest Enclosure.
1
Switch off power to the branch circuit, carefully following lockout and tag-out procedures.
Failure to do so could cause serious injury or death.
2
You will need two electrical junction boxes, located within a short distance from the enclosure,
one for power, one for signal (usually CAT5). Use outdoor-rated flexible conduit between the
box and the enclosure, to allow for the back door to open.
3
AC and signal circuits must be wired in separate conduits.
208VAC
or
230VAC
Conduit Entry Holes
Picture
Source
2
1
.875”/22.2mm for AC
power
(CAT5 or fiber)
3
AC
Power
Signal
.875”/22.2mm for Data
2”/50.8mm for pre-wired
signal cables with large
connectors.
Conduit Entries may be fitted
with flexible conduit fittings
or cable glands (not included)
Flexible Conduit
Conduit Entry Holes – 8400 Model (for Christie Roadie)
The smaller conduit entry holes (A) accept US ½”
conduit fittings, and international 20-22mm (OD)
conduit fittings.
The larger entry holes (B) accept 2”/50mm OD fittings
for signal cables with larger molded connectors.
The CamLok Connectors (C) are for the DC ballast
cables.
A
A
B
B
C
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C
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One or Two Power Circuits?
1
Single Feed
1 2
Split Feed
Tempest enclosures may be wired on single or double line supplies. On a single feed, both enclosure
and projector are permanently on. With a split feed supply, you can switch off the projector when not
in use, while the enclosure continues to protect it 24/7.
Single Feed
Split feed
Enclosure and projector are
Enclosure power must be permanently ON.
permanently on.
Enclosure and Projector must be
rated for the same voltage.
Supply must be rated for projector
current plus 150 watts.
Supply must be permanently ON.
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Projector power may be switched off.
Enclosure power must be rated for 1150W
Projector power must be rated for the
projector (see projector manual).
Projector and enclosure power must be
same voltage.
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Single Feed Operation (factory default)
1
Enclosure and projector share the same electrical circuit.
Circuit must be powered ON 24/7.
Connect incoming power to the terminals labeled MAINS:
(E) Earth/Ground
(L) Live
(N) Neutral
E L N
Split Feed Operation
Enclosure and projector have separate electrical feeds.
The enclosure circuit must be powered ON 24/7.
When splitting the feeders, both circuits should be on the same phase and at the same supply
voltage.
1
Use a wire cutter to cut the copper links on the
DEC3.2 board in four places.
2
Connect incoming ENCLOSURE power to the
terminals labeled MAINS. This supply MUST be
maintained 24/7.
(E) Earth/Ground
3
E L N
Projector
Power
E L N
Enclosure
Power
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(L) Live
(N) Neutral
Connect incoming PROJECTOR power to the
terminals labeled SPLIT:
(E) Earth/Ground
(L) Live
(N) Neutral
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Power Connections
IMPORTANT
Tempest enclosures are supplied for either 120VAC 50/60Hz, or 208-240VAC,
50/60Hz operation. Tempest Lighting is not liable for damage or failure to
operate correctly due to connection to an inappropriate electrical supply.
ALL ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS MUST BE UNDERTAKEN BY A QUALIFIED
ELECTRICIAN, IN COMPLIANCE WITH LOCAL NORMS AND STANDARDS.
Cut here for split
supply operation
Fan 1
Projector
receptacle
Fan 2
Heater(s)
Projector Supply
(split mode)
Enclosure Supply
(100-250VAC 50/60Hz)
Note: wire colors may differ depending on applicable electrical standards. European wire colors are shown here.
IMPORTANT: MAKE SURE THAT TERMINAL SCREWS ARE FULLY BACKED OUT BEFORE INSERTING WIRES.
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Auxiliary Power Outlet
An auxiliary IEC power outlet is provided for any auxiliary equipment needed (routers, CD players
etc) in the enclosure. Wiring is different dependent on electrical standard:
North America (208 volt Cyclone enclosures with .US part # suffix)
AUX receptacle is UNWIRED. Installer should run a separate 120V supply to back of IEC
C14 receptacle. Receptacle is rated 250V, 10 Amps in Europe, 15 Amps North America.
International (230 volt Cyclone enclosures with .IN part # suffix)
AUX receptacle is wired in parallel with the projector outlet (NEMA 30 Amp or IEC C19).
AUX POWER
IEC C14 (rewireable plug supplied)
PROJECTOR (connector type
varies dependent on projector
type and power)
Note: Projector Connector
Cyclone 8000 and 8100 Series enclosures are provided with IEC C19 projector power outlets.
Cyclone 8200 enclosures and up are equipped with NEMA (US-style) 30 Amp 250 Volt Twistlock
receptacles (NEMA L6-30). For shipments outside North America a mating plug is supplied for
wiring to the projector power cable.
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Cyclone 840B Ballast Enclosure
Christie Roadie and some Christie Cinema Projectors require a separate Ballast, which is too large
to fit inside the projector enclosure.
Christie allows 100’/30m of DC cable between the ballast and the projector. For outdoor
installations when it is not possible to house the ballast in a convenient equipment room, a
Cyclone 840B ballast enclosure must be used.
As well as the ballast cables there are two DB15 signal cables and one IEC C14 auxiliary power
cable that must be connected between the ballast and the projector.
NOTE: The 840B Ballast enclosure comes with 10’/3m DC pigtails to connect to the Cyclone
projector enclosure. If you are using the 840B you do NOT need to purchase DC cables from
Christie.
Signal and Aux Power conduit entry
(2”/50.8mm)
AC Power conduit entry
(1”/25.4mm)
10’/3m DC Pigtails. Note: Camlok
connectors for Roadie projector,
Ring Lugs for Cinema projectors
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Power Connections to 840B Enclosure
The 840B enclosure requires a three phase 208V supply in North America, and a 3-phase + neutral
380-415V supply in 230V countries.
1.
Remove the enclosure cover and the DEC Cover
inside the enclosure. Loosen the two knurled nuts
and slide the cover up.
Ballast Power
Receptacle
Knurled knobs
DEC Cover
2.
Connect the incoming power cable to the terminal
block mounted on the DEC chassis.
PHASE 1
PHASE 2
PHASE 3
GROUND
Note: US System shown here.
International Systems will also
have a Neutral connection.
3.
Replace the DEC Cover
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4.
Place the Christie Ballast in position and secure in place with the tie-down strap provided
Tie-down Strap
Ballast
Interlock
Connectors
5.
Plug the ballast power cable into the 3-phase Ballast Power receptacle provided
6.
Plug the two Camlok tails into the ballast. BE SURE TO TWIST CLOCKWISE to make a good
connection.
7.
Connect the two Interlock cables to the Ballast D-Connectors and connect Aux power to
the projector to the Ballast Aux power outlet.
8.
Replace the Enclosure cover.
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4 Digital Enclosure Control – DEC3.3TM
with GoldilocksTM
Heater
Fan
On
Relay
Temp
DMX
Lamp
ESC
OK
DEC3.3TM – that’s Digital Enclosure Control, third Generation, revision 3 – is the brain of your
Tempest enclosure. It will maintain the internal environment in a comfortable temperature and
humidity range, and prevent condensation – the real killer of outdoor equipment. DEC3.3
monitors internal temperature, humidity and lamp current at all times, and uses this information
to control the enclosure’s lamp relay, fan(s) and heater(s). It can report back over the DMX cable,
using the RDM protocol (Remote Device Management) if desired.
From summer 2013 DEC is running Tempest’s new GoldilocksTM operating system (patents
pending). A completely new OS, Goldilocks analyzes temperature and humidity trends, targeting
and maintaining safe ranges, and acting to prevent condensation before it happens. Goldilocks is
also much more energy-efficient than previous generations, so your equipment is always in the
Goldilocks zone, and you save money too.
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DEC3.3 Schematic
AC Supply (must be on
at all times)
Split Feed (optional)
Cut the links for split
feed operation

X
Sensor
X
AC Heater(s)
AC Fan(s)
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
DMX/RDM – RS485
(Optional)
Which Controller?
The following Table shows which controller is used in different types of Tempest Enclosure. This
section does NOT apply to enclosures with Tempest MiniDECTM Control
Enclosure
Type
DEC3.3/Goldilocks
Blizzard
Indoor

HUSH

Outdoor

HUSH

Outdoor

Thunder
Outdoor
Special order
Tornado
Outdoor

Twister
Outdoor
Cyclone
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MiniDEC


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DEC3.3 Main Functions
1
Sense current to projector (lamp on/off)
2
Record lamp hours
3
Monitor temperature and humidity inside Enclosure
4
Maintain temperature at safe operating level
5
Maintain relative humidity within safe limits
6
Prevent condensation
7
Isolate projector in case of unsafe temperature
8
Report status over RDM
9
(Optional) remote projector relay control over DMX
DEC3.3 constantly monitors the following parameters:
•
Projector/Luminaire power
•
Line Voltage
•
Temperature
•
Humidity
DEC 3.3’s patented GoldilocksTM algorithm uses a combination of heaters and fans to maintain a
safe operating temperature and a safe relative humidity level that will not allow condensation to
take place.
As air is heated it is able to support more moisture without condensing, so Goldilocks uses heat
to raise the air temperature inside the enclosure in the event that relative humidity approaches
dewpoint.
Factory Settings – Basic Mode
In most applications, DEC3.3 will operate correctly with its factory default settings, in Basic
operating mode.
You do not need to do anything. Please skip to the Power Connections section below.
If your needs are more complex, read on.
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Operating Modes
DEC3.3 may operate in one of four modes, set using either the Front Panel or by RDM control. In
all configurations, the projector inside the enclosure may also be an RDM enabled device.
Basic Mode (factory setting)
•
Standard temperature settings
•
DMX and RDM disabled
•
Best for standalone operation
Monitor Mode
•
As Basic mode, plus:
•
RDM status reporting
•
RDM configuration – settings may be changed remotely or at the enclosure control
panel
•
DEC3.3 does not require a DMX signal to operate
Control Mode
•
As Basic mode, plus:
•
Enclosure functions as a 1-channel DMX device, with remote control of the lamp relay
o
DMX level > 75% enables normal relay operation (normally ON)
o
DMX level < 25% disables normal relay operation (relay turns OFF)
o
This allows you to force a hard reset of the lamp relay in the event of a
projector malfunction
•
Control mode is recommended for show control applications, but can be risky in live
show operation, since the DMX slot used for the enclosure MUST be kept high to
prevent the lamp relay from opening.
Service Mode
•
For trained service personnel only
•
Normal operation is suspended and the enclosure functions as a 3-channel DMX
device:
•
o
Lamp Relay (Slot 1)
o
Fans
(Slot 2)
o
Heater
(Slot 3)
Service mode is ONLY for troubleshooting – DO NOT use Service mode for normal
operation.
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DEC3.3 Control Parameters
Temperature and Humidity Ranges:
Cooling Fan(s)
Trip Temp
(55-70˚C, Default 60 ˚C)
Low
Upper Temp
(35-50˚C, Default 40 ˚C)
Relative Humidity
(50-90%,
Default 80%)
Trend Temp
(Dynamic)
IdealTemp (Dynamic, based
on Relative Humidity)
High
Heater(s)
LowerTemp
(0-10˚C, Default 0 ˚C)
Notes:
1
In moving light enclosures the temperature sensor is located in the exhaust
airflow. Temperatures shown may be higher than those around the projector.
2
We recommend using the factory default settings for several weeks or months
before making any changes. In most cases they will not be necessary.
Max Humidity Range 50-90%, Default 80%
The threshold at which air inside the enclosure is heated to raise dewpoint and
prevent condensation. Setting a higher Max Humidity is not a bad thing in highhumidity climates. Setting the Max Humidity too low will result in unnecessary
heating and excessive energy use. So set the Max Humidity at the top end of the
relative humidity likely to be experienced on site.
DMX Address
Range 001-510, Default 001
Sets the DMX address for the lamp relay control. (See also DMX Response)
Set Temp Units Display Degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit. Default Celsius
Note that temperature settings must always be Celsius.
Lamp Hours
Default 0000
Counts lamp hours – you must reset to zero when changing lamps.
Lamp On Point The lamp current at which DEC detects the projector/luminaire lamp is running.
Default is 1 Amp, which allows for equipment fans and power supplies to run
without changing the air in the enclosure. Lamp on point may be set in 0.2 Amp
increments between 0.2 Amps and 2.0 Amps.
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DMX Connections
DMX refers to USITT DMX512, a commonly used control protocol in the entertainment industry,
running over RS485. Consult USITT DMX installation guidelines when laying out a system, or
employ a qualified DMX system integrator.
A DMX network will be required if:
a)
The projector inside the enclosure requires a DMX control signal
b)
You wish to monitor the enclosure using RDM
c)
You wish to control the enclosure lamp relay over DMX
DMX Terminations
Note: DMX will not normally be used in projector installations.
Pinout: (1) Ground, (2) Data -, (3) Data +.
DMX Connectors:
❹
❸ ❷
❶
1
DMX IN from network
2
DMX OUT to projector (or to network
if not controlling projector)
DMX OUT to
next DMX device
DMX IN from
outside world
3
DMX IN from projector
4
DMX OUT to network
Note: If the enclosed equipment does not
use DMX, then connector (2) on the
controller is DMX OUT for the enclosure.
DMX Line Terminations
DMX cable runs must be terminated at
the far end of the cable run with a
termination resistor as detailed in the
DMX512 standard.
DMX terminal Pinout Detail
The individual equipment installed inside the
Tempest enclosures must NOT be terminated.
+ ‒ G
DMX OUT
+ ‒ G
DMX IN
LIGHT
+ ‒ G
DMX OUT
LIGHT
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+ ‒ G
DMX IN
It is recommended that any line termination is
done using the 3-pin terminal connector fitted
to the DEC3.3 control circuit board.
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Remote Device Management (RDM)
RDM refers to ANSI E1.20, a control protocol in the entertainment industry used for device
configuration and monitoring, and essentially an “extension” of DMX512. The use of RDM is
optional, and uses the same RS485 cable connection as DMX512, so no additional wiring is
required if DMX is already present. The user must ensure that any DMX splitters or other routing
devices used are RDM operable as well as DMX use. Tempest strongly recommends working with a
qualified RDM system integrator when designing an RDM network. Go to www.tempest.org for
contact information.
RDM and RDM Integration
DEC3.3’s RDM implementation allows system integrators to remotely configure, control or monitor
DEC3.3 attributes, including:
•
Relative Humidity
•
Air Temperature
•
PCB Temperature
•
Lamp Current
•
Elapsed Lamp Hours
•
Lamp Relay Status
•
Fan Relay Status
•
Heater Relay Status
•
DMX Status
•
DMX Start Address
•
DMX Personality (RDM Mode)
•
Device Type
•
Device Label
•
Software Version
RDM is an effective and powerful tool for commissioning and monitoring an
installation, particularly in large systems. For further guidance, please
consult a qualified RDM system integrator. Tempest Lighting warrants
DEC3.3 to be compliant with the RDM standard, but is not an RDM systems integrator, and can
offer only basic guidance on RDM utilization.
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Control Interface
LED Indicators
Heater
ON (Green)
Heater is ON, to maintain lower temperature
level or to prevent condensation
Fan
ON (Green)
Lamp is ON, or Temperature is HIGH and
Fan is cooling enclosure. Short burst when lamp
off indicates fan moving air to stabilize
temp/humidity
Lamp On
ON (Green)
Current sensing shows lamp is ON
Lamp hour counter is running
OFF
Current sensing shows lamp is OFF
Lamp hour counter is not running
Lamp Relay
ON (Green)
Lamp relay is closed (normal)
Projector power receptacle is energized
ON (Red)
Lamp relay is open due to over-temperature
event. Projector power receptacle is isolated.
Temp
FLASHING
Temperature is below lower temp setting
(Green)
ON (Green)
Temperature is in normal range
ON (Amber)
Humidity is above target limit
ON (Red)
Temperature is above top setting
FLASHING (Red)
Temperature is above Trip level
Projector power is isolated
DMX
OFF
DEC3.3 is in BASIC Mode – DMX not used. OR
DEC3.3 is in Monitor or Control Mode and no
valid DMX or RDM packet has been detected.
ON (GREEN)
Good DMX or RDM data packet received.
ON (RED)
Control Mode: DMX Fail. A previously good DMX
signal has failed.
Monitor Mode: No RDM information being
received (this is normal)
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Control Display
The display on the Control display provides additional status information, depending on the
operating mode:
Basic Mode &
Monitor Mode
28˚C
209V
47%
OFF
internal temperature, relative humidity
line voltage, lamp status
DMX Mode &
Service Mode
28˚C
209V
47%
OFF
internal temperature, relative humidity
line voltage, lamp status
Alternating with:
DMX: 001
No DMX
DMX Start Address
DMX Status
Control Interface Operation
The Control Interface is normally LOCKED.
To UNLOCK, hold ESC and OK together for 5 seconds.
You are now in the CONTROL MENU
Use   to scroll up and down the menu.
Press OK to enter a menu item
Use   to set the item parameter, or to scroll to the next menu level.
Use ESC to go BACK, and OK to confirm settings ( 
).
To LOCK, hold ESC for 5 seconds.
Menu will time out after ten minutes.
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Control Menu
SET DMX OPTIONS
SET DMX MODE
From the Front Panel, this menu item allows the user to check (and if necessary
change) the RDM mode.
BASIC
Standalone operation, no DMX/RDM (factory default)
MONITOR
Standalone, plus support for RDM remote configuration and
monitoring
CONTROL
Monitor, plus use of a single DMX slot to control Lamp relay
SERVICE
Monitor, plus use of three DMX slots to control Lamp, Heater and
Fan
Important: Please ensure that the DEC3.3 is NOT left in Service Mode.
SET DMX ADDRESS (in Monitor, Control or Service modes)
Select a DMX starting address in the range 001 to 510
1 – Lamp Relay
In Service Mode an addition two slots are available
2 – Fan Duty Control
3 – Heater Duty Control
Note that the DMX control is designed using a SAFETY pile-on Logic. So the DMX
input can only override automatic settings within safe limits.
SET DMX CURVE
DMX Curves affect the way the fixture relay is controlled in Control Mode.
DMX levels are shown as %.
Response Curve 1 (default)
DMX level 0-25 Relay disabled (open)
DMX level 26-75 No change to relay status
DMX level 76-100 Relay enabled (normally closed)
Response Curve 2
DMX level 0-19 No change to relay status
DMX level 20-40 Relay disabled (open)
DMX level 41-59 No change to relay status
DMX level 60-80 Relay enabled (normally closed)
DMX level 81-100 No change to relay status
SET DMX RESPONSE
DMX Response sets a delay time before DMX Control Mode settings are acted on.
Setting a response delay of a few seconds would prevent unintended fixture relay
state changes in the event of a short accidental change in DMX level.
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NOTE: from firmware revision 0.00.100, DEC holds last valid DMX level if DMX is
interrupted.
Response Delay Values are:
No Delay (default), 1, 2, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 60 seconds.
SET TEMP UNITS
Choose to display temperature values in Celsius or Fahrenheit (default Celsius)
Note that temperature settings must be entered in Celsius.
SET TEMP RANGES
Set three temperature trigger points for Bottom, Top and Trip temperatures, in °C.
SET TEMP LOWER (minimum temperature to be maintained)
(default 0°C, permissible range 0-10°C).
SET TEMP UPPER (maximum desired temperature)
(default 40°C, permissible range 35-50°C).
SET TEMP TRIP (temperature at which load will be isolated – see note)
(default 60°C, permissible range 55-70°C).
Note: A thermal emergency is when enclosure ventilation fails with the lamp on, in which case the
temperature will rise very quickly. To avoid nuisance tripping we recommend setting a higher Trip
temperature, 60°C or above.
SET MAX HUMIDITY
(default 80%, permissible range 50-90%).
Set target maximum relative humidity level. This should be set at or a few % higher than
the normal high humidity levels expected on site.
SET LAMP ON POINT
The lamp current at which DEC detects the projector/luminaire lamp is running. Default is
1 Amp, which allows for equipment fans and power supplies to run without changing the
air in the enclosure. Lamp on point may be set in 0.2 Amp increments between 0.2 Amps
and 2.0 Amps.
RESET LAMP HOURS
Reset each time you change the lamp in the projector/projector.
Make this a part of your maintenance instructions.
STATUS DISPLAY
View current status information, using the arrow keys to scroll through:
a)
Humidity – relative humidity in %
b)
Air temperature, in degrees C or F
c)
PCB temperature (this will usually be significantly higher than air temperature)
d)
Voltage – line Voltage reaching the DEC
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e)
Current being drawn by projector/light, in Amps
f)
Lamp Hours elapsed since last reset
g)
Firmware version
RDM Monitoring and Configuration
All the features accessible over the DEC3.3 control panel are also available over RDM. Just how
this information is displayed will depend on the RDM interface used. These screen shots were
taken running the GetSet program in Windows 7, and connecting to a DEC3.3 controller using a
RDM TRI MK1 interface, Tempest part # 2000.190
This view shows a single
DEC3.2 test unit that has been
correctly discovered and
labeled by the GetSet software
suite, and a log of RDM
messages.
This RDM interface provides a
graphic view of the various
sensor functions supported by
DEC3.2 and up
Important:
Check that your RDM interface
vendor has tested his interface
with Tempest enclosures and
all other RDM devices you plan
to use on the same network.
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Firmware Upgrade over RDM
DEC3.3 firmware
is fieldupgradeable,
using RDM. A field
upgrade requires a
JESE RDM TRI MK1
interface to be
connected to the
DMX network on
which the DEC3.3
is located, and the
use of JESE GetSet
software. The kit
is available from
Tempest under
part # 2000.190.
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5 Mounting the Projector
IMPORTANT! READ THIS FIRST

For safety, this must be done by two or more people.

IMPORTANT: The projector enclosure MUST be securely mounted BEFORE you attempt to
install the projector.

The enclosure must be horizontal for projector mounting and projector service. If the
projection angle is NOT horizontal, a Cyclovator Tilt Kit should be used, and the projector
returned to horizontal for projector mounting and service.
 
1.
Cyclone enclosures may be provided with front or rear projector slides (the projector tray slides
out of either the front or rear of the enclosure), to customer order.
2.
Depending on the projector type and orientation, your mounting method may differ.
a.
Generally, the projector stands on the projector tray, and is bolted through slots from
below to lock in place.
Projector Tray
Slide Bolt (x 2)
Projector Bolt, flat
washer, spring washer.
Type and quantity vary
by projector.
Projector Tray.
Slides are rated
@ 500lb/227kg.
Projector Bolt
Slots allow
front/back
adjustment
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b.
For projectors without threaded sockets on the underside, clamps are provided to secure
the projector feet to the projector tray, to prevent movement.
Projector Foot Clamp
slides over feet and
bolts to tray front
and back.
c.
Portrait enclosures have a vertical mounting frame. The projector generally bolts to the
frame.
Projector Bolt, flat
washer, spring washer.
Type and quantity vary
by projector
Projector Tray
Slide Bolt (x 2)
Portrait Projector
Mounting Frame
mounts on
projector tray
3.
Release the two projector tray slide bolts and fully extend the tray.
4.
Set the projector on the tray and check for center. The projector should be centered and
mounted with the front of the lens above the end of the tray.
a.
Portrait Enclosures: Bolt the projector to the vertical projector mount, using the bolts
provided. You can still adjust the feet, but this will require more people to:
i. Support the weight of the projector
ii.
Loosen/tighten mounting bolts
iii.
Lower/raise projector feet
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5.
Return the projector tray into the Cyclone enclosure and check that the lens is aligned with the
projection window. Projectors with wide-angle lenses should be positioned with the front of the
lens as close to the window as possible to avoid clipping.
Lens should be
close to center of
projection window
6.
Connect all cables to the projector, threading them through the flexible cable management
track. Allow for 7-13’/2-4m of cable inside the enclosure to run through the cable management
track to the projector. Actual length depends on the Cyclone model, front or rear tray slide, and
the location of connectors on the projector body.
7.
Plug the projector into the Projector power outlet on the back door.
Auxiliary Power Outlet
(IEC C14) *
Projector Power Outlet
(IEC C14 or NEMA L6-30 Twistlock)
*IMPORTANT: North American models (model # with .US suffix, running on 208V or 240V
feeds): The Auxiliary power receptacle is NOT connected. Run a 15 Amp 120V circuit into the
enclosure and terminate on the back of the IEC C14 receptacle.
International models (with .IN model # suffix, running on 230V feeds): the Auxiliary power
socket is wired in parallel with the projector outlet.
8.
Slide the tray back into the Cyclone enclosure. Power up the projector and adjust the projector
feet as needed.
9.
Pull the tray out of the enclosure and either:
a.
Bolt the projector through the mounting slots to the tray using the bolts and washers
provided. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN – THIS MAY DAMAGE THE PROJECTOR.
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b.
Slide the projector foot clamps in place over the projector feet and tighten the bolts
through the projector tray slots to secure in place.
10.
Return the projector tray to the enclosure and lock the two slide bolts in place.
Airflow Chimneys
Certain projectors in certain enclosure types require additional airflow deflectors, baffles or chimneys
to direct the projector’s exhaust air towards the exhaust fans/duct and prevent recirculation and
overheating.
These parts will be supplied as needed with your enclosure, and are generally mounted either on the
enclosure frame or the projector tray. If they are not included, they should not be needed.
Christie Roadster Projectors
Cyclone 8200 enclosures for Christie Roadsters are supplied with a special airflow chimney that
clamps to the lamp door at the back of the projector. The lamp door may still be opened for
relamping without having to remove the airflow chimney. The Chimney will be packed inside the
enclosure for shipping.
Mounting clamp secures with
two screws through top
Christie Roadster/J-Series
14-22K Lamp Door
Cyclone 8200 Airflow
Chimney clamps to
projector lamp door
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Christie Roadie HD35K Projectors
These projectors (mounted in Cyclone 8400 enclosures) use an external DC ballast to supply power to
the projector lamp, over two 200 Amp single pole cables, with CamLok type single pole connectors.
Christie specifies a cable run between ballast and projector of up to 100’/30m.
1.
Cyclone 8400 Enclosures supplied for use with these projectors include two CamLok panel
receptacles on the rear door, and internal DC wiring to the back of the projector. The cable
loop inside the enclosure is approximately 10’/3m, so the maximum permissible cable length
from the ballast to the outside is therefore reduced to 90’/27m.
2.
When the projector is placed on the projector tray, connect the DC cables to the receptacles at
3.
Make sure that both Camlok plugs are fully inserted, and twisted ¼ turn clockwise.
4.
Set the projector in position, and feed any cable slack back through the cable track, before
the back of the projector BEFORE fixing the projector is in place.
fixing the projector in place.
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6 Closing up the Enclosure
1
Check all electrical connections
2
Clear the enclosure and projector of all dust
and debris.
3
Check that the power switch on the projector
is in the ON position.
4
Complete all signal connections, following
projector manufacturer’s instructions.

5
Test projector
6
Tie down cables so that they will not touch
heaters or fans.
7
Replace the cover on the Blizzard base. This
may require two people.

Congratulations! Your system is now ready for use.
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7 Operation

Outdoor Enclosures must receive power at all times. Enclosure, and will not provide proper
protection for the projector inside if it is not connected to AC power.

Unless the enclosure or projector is undergoing routine maintenance, the cover should be in
place and locked down at all times.

Only authorized personnel should open the enclosure (see maintenance warnings in the next
section).

If the ambient temperature is high enough, the over-temperature shutdown feature may engage
and temporarily cut off power to the projector. Once the temperature reaches acceptable levels,
power will be automatically restored after 5 minutes.
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8 Routine Maintenance
It is very important to perform routine maintenance on both the enclosure and the projector
within. Failure to do so may reduce lifetime for both the enclosure and the projector.
Note
Maintenance schedules depend on location and environment. The times given here are general
guidelines for you to use. It is up to you to judge whether maintenance should be done more
often. We do advise doing these tasks no less often than mentioned here.
Safety

Although maintenance can be performed while the enclosure is powered, it is safer to carry it out
with the power disconnected with proper lockout and tag out procedures followed.

Be aware that once the enclosure has had power applied to it, the heater will get hot and the fans
will start to turn. Make sure that your hands are clear of these areas before applying power to
the enclosure.

Only authorized personnel should perform maintenance on the enclosure or projector

Do not service the unit in the rain or other adverse weather conditions (snow, sleet, high winds,
etc.).

Be aware that the cover is a large object that can be awkward to handle, especially when standing
on a ladder or scaffolding.
Inspection Checklist: - Every Three (3) Months

All weep (drain) holes should be clear

All vents should be free of debris

Enclosure should be free of debris both inside and out

Bolts should be tight

Lid seal should be in good condition, Check seal inside and out for gaps.

Window should not be cracked

Fans should be moving (it will be necessary to have the power on to check this), with
corresponding indicator status
Except for the last two items (concerning globe and fan), problems with any of these things can
be easily remedied. Contact technical support for problems with the last two items.
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Air Filter Replacement
The air filters should be removed and checked on a regular basis. We recommend initial inspection
every three months. Inspection interval may be adjusted based on site conditions.
Heater
Filter Locking Knobs
For HUSH enclosures in clean environments filter life will be much longer than for outdoor enclosures
and inspection intervals may be correspondingly longer.
Filter Maintenance and Replacement
Remove any buildup of dust on the outside of the filter with a vacuum cleaner.
Eventually the filters will need to be replaced. Filters will appear dirty and clogged after
vacuuming and the internal temperature will increase.
Replacement Filters are available from Tempest
Each Cyclone enclosure requires two filters
Filter Part #
Size
Blizzard Model
6500.799.HF
11”x11”/279x279mm
Cyclone 8000, 8100 Series
8000.799.HF
15.5”x15.5”/394x394mm
Cyclone 8102, 8200 and up
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9 Troubleshooting
This is a guide to the general symptoms, problems, and solutions that may occur during the
lifetime of your enclosure. However, it is important to remember that problems may occur within
the projector itself and these must also be considered.
Projector does not have power.
Check power switch of projector. (Note: the following actions should be performed by a licensed
electrician) If power is on, check wiring (including metering supply voltages, enclosure must
receive 200-240VAC to operate properly). If LEDs on the DEC3 control panel controller are lit,
check the Lamp Relay LED. If it is on, meter power in receptacle. If no power is present at the
receptacle, contact technical support.
In case of over-temperature, the power disconnection is an intended function of the enclosure
and is for the protection of the projector, which is not meant to operate in extreme conditions. In
this case, the problem will only continue until temperature drops to acceptable levels. It is
possible that the air intake or exhaust has become clogged, leading to higher temperatures
inside the enclosure. Make sure that these areas are clear, the filters are clean, and the fans are
working properly.
Projector turns on and off repeatedly
Check that vent areas and airways are clear. If so, ambient temperature may be too high (see
over-temperature note above) or projector may have internal problem.
Fans are not spinning.
Fan cords may have become disconnected. Check connections between fan and cord.
Fans may be obstructed. Shut off power to enclosure and check for obstructions. Turn power
back on to see if fans will start spinning. If fans do not turn and display on temperature
controller is lit, contact technical support. If fans do not turn display is not lit, then enclosure is
not receiving power. Turn off all power and check wiring. If the wiring is correct, contact
technical support.
Excessive debris in unit.
Filters may not be properly seated. Check for gaps.
Excessive Water in enclosure.
Weep (drain) holes may be clogged. Clear them.
Latches do not latch properly.
Check for obstructions.
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10 Limited Warranty
INSPECTION/WARRANTY/RETURNS.
A. Customer, at its sole expense, shall inspect all Goods promptly upon receipt and accept all Goods that
conform to the specifications or catalog. All claims for any alleged defect in or failure of the Goods or Seller's
performance to conform to the Contract, capable of discovery upon reasonable inspection, must be set forth
in a written rejection notice detailing the alleged non-conformity, and be received by Seller within thirty (30)
calendar days of Customer's receipt of the Goods. Failure by Customer to notify Seller of the alleged nonconformity within thirty (30) days will be conclusive proof that the Goods have been received by Customer
without defects or damage, and in the quantities specified on the bill of lading and shall constitute an
irrevocable acceptance of the Goods and a waiver of any such claim in connection with the Goods.
B. Seller warrants to Customer only that the Goods will be free from defects in material and workmanship at
the time of delivery and, subject to the exceptions and conditions set forth below, for the following period
(the "Warranty Period"): twelve (12) months from the date of shipment by Seller. Seller may provide additional
years of warranty coverage beyond 12 month, at the rate of 2.5% of the net sale price per year, up to a total
of four additional years’ coverage beyond the standard 12 month warranty period. Seller will remedy a defect
as set forth in paragraph 7 D, below, (the "Warranty"). The Warranty is subject to each of the following
exceptions and conditions:
1. Customer must promptly (and in all events within the Warranty Period) notify Seller of any alleged defect in
a written notice (the "Notice") which shall set forth the quantity, catalog number, finish, original purchase
order number, Seller's invoice number on which Goods were originally billed and a statement of the alleged
defect, along with digital photographs showing such defects where feasible.
2. The Warranty shall not apply: (i) to any claimed defect that was capable of discovery upon reasonable
inspection and deemed to be waived under paragraph A, above; (ii) to any Goods that have been subject to
misuse, abnormal service or handling, or altered or modified in design or construction; (iii) to any Goods
repaired or serviced by any person other than Seller's authorized service personnel or to Goods installed
other than according to installation instructions, or (iv) with respect to normal wear and tear.
3. Seller makes no Warranty with respect to parts or components that are not the product of Seller, and
specifically makes no warranty whatsoever for equipment housed inside enclosure products manufactured by
Seller.
4. The Warranty is Seller's exclusive warranty with respect to the Goods. Seller makes no warranties,
guarantees or representations, express or implied, to Customer except as set forth in this section. ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR OF FITNESS FOR USE OR FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE HEREBY EXCLUDED AND
DISCLAIMED.
C. Seller will accept the return of Goods properly rejected under paragraph A, above, or as to which Notice of
an alleged breach of Warranty has been timely given and such Goods may be returned to Seller, freight
prepaid, but only upon Customer's receipt of Seller's written return material authorization ("RMA") and
shipping instructions. The RMA shall be void if the Goods are not received within 45 days after issuance of
the RMA. No deduction or credit in respect of any rejected or returned Goods shall be taken until Customer
has received Seller's further written deduction or credit/authorization following Seller's inspection to confirm
nonconformity or defect. Seller will charge to Customer any and all costs incurred by Seller in connection
with the handling, shipping, inspection and disposition of any returned Goods that are determined by Seller
not to have been nonconforming upon Delivery or as to which the warranty hereunder is not applicable.
D. UPON ANY PROPER RETURN PURSUANT TO PARAGRAPH C, ABOVE, WHETHER IN CONNECTION WITH A
REJECTION OF GOODS OR AN ALLEGED BREACH OF WARRANTY AND BASED UPON THE CONDITIONS SET
FORTH IN THIS PARAGRAPH 7, SELLER AGREES THAT IT WILL, AS THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER
THE CONTRACT OR OTHERWISE, FOR ANY NONCONFORMITY OR BREACH OF WARRANTY, AND AT SELLER'S
SOLE ELECTION: (i) REPAIR SUCH GOODS; OR (ii) REPLACE SUCH GOODS.
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11 Tempest Product Support
Step 1:
First contact your local Dealer for support. Your dealer is best placed to respond
quickly to your needs.
Step 2:
If your dealer is unable to answer your questions please contact
Tempest Lighting
13110 Saticoy Street
North Hollywood, CA 91605, USA
Tel
+1 818 787 8984
Fax
+1 818 982 5582
[email protected]
Visit our web site for current information and specifications:
www.tempest.org
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