Access XL Electric Projection Screen by Draper

Access XL Electric Projection Screen by Draper
Installation/Operating Instructions
Access XL Electric Projection Screen by Draper
Caution
1 Read instructions through completely before proceeding.
2 Follow instructions carefully. Installation contrary to instructions
invalidates warranty.
3 Pick up screen case from ends only. Picking case up at other points
will damage case and may damage fabric.
4 To insure a safe installation, the entire weight of the unit MUST BE
supported by outermost ceiling mounting brackets (those on ends).
Do not use intermediate brackets to lift or support the weight of
the screen.
5 To eliminate the possibility of the case warping, outermost
ceiling mounting brackets (those on ends) must be located centered above the interior roller mounting brackets (+/- 4").
6 Entire bottom of screen case should be unobstructed to permit access
to bottom panel for making electrical connections or servicing.
7 Screen should be installed level (using a carpenter’s level).
8 Operating switch(es) packed separately in screen carton. Do not
discard with packing material.
9 An appropriate disconnect device shall be provided as part of the
building installation.
10 Screen operates on 110-120V, 60 Hz., with max 2.1 amp current draw.
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 the manufacturer for improper installation or faulty workmanship at
the jobsite.
Hanging Screen
When locating viewing surface and checking clearance for screen
operation, remember surface is centered in the length of the case. Regardless
of mounting method used, the following points apply:
1 Engage each ceiling mounting bracket with top of housing as shown below
and tighten nuts. The outer two brackets should be centered above the
location of the interior roller brackets (+/- 4"). The remaining two brackets
should be equally spaced between the outermost brackets.
2 Screen should be lifted into position only by the outermost ceiling
mounting brackets (those on ends). Keep case level by lifting each
end simultaneously to prevent surface damage. Never attempt to lift
screen along its length.
3 The entire weight of the unit MUST BE supported by the outermost
mounting brackets to provide a secure installation (those on ends). Do not
use intermediate brackets to lift or support the weight of the screen.
4 Screen should be positively and securely supported so that vibration or
even abusive pulling on viewing surface will not weaken installation.
5 Installer must insure that fasteners used are of adequate strength and
suitable for the mounting surface chosen. Installer must also insure that
ceiling structure is of adequate strength. Supporting hardware (chains,
cables, 3/8" rods, etc.) must be essentially vertical.
6 Entire bottom of case must be readily accessible after installation is
complete.
Slots along top of case
Typical Installation
permit brackets to be
set at an angle
Case dimensions
on page 3.
Alternate
Installation
(additional set of
brackets required
but not included).
Two intermediate
brackets must be
spaced evenly
7
from ends.
/8" electrical cutout
Suitable for use in environmental air space in accordance with Section
300-22(c) of the National Electrical Code, and Sections 2-128, 12-010(3)
and 12-100 of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1, CSA C22.1.
US Patent Nos. 6,137,629;
6,421,175; 6,532,109;
6,816,308; 7,559,707
7 Front, back and top of case must be straight—not forced to warp or bow
(see note 5 in caution box).
8 Do not use case to support adjacent sections of ceiling.
9 If case is painted on location, removal of roller/fabric assembly is
recommended prior to painting. If not removed, slot on bottom of case
should be shielded to protect viewing surface from paint splatters or
overspray.
10 Do not seal unit in ceiling until electrical connections have been made and
screen has been operated successfully.
Electrical Connections
Screen operates on 110-120V, 60 Hz., with max 2.1 amp current draw.
Junction box is located just above the bottom access panel at left end of
screen (standard, right end may be specified). Remove the bottom access
panel for access to the junction box cover (see Bottom Access Panel Removal
instructions below). Remove four (4) hex head screws that secure the cover
to the junction box to expose the red, black, and white pigtail leads and the
green/yellow ground wire per wiring diagram on page 3.
If optional low voltage control or video interface control is specified and factory
installed, please refer to wiring diagrams on page 4.
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 must be made in accordance
with attached wiring diagram, and wiring must comply with national and
local electrical codes.
All operating switches should be “off” before power is connected.
Motor Type
Duty Cycle
506S2PA, 510S2PA, 515S2PA,
1 minute on, 3 minutes off
506S2 ILT2, 515S2 ILT2
525A2PA, 535A2PA, 535A2 ILT2
1 minute on, 10 minutes off
NOTE: Excessive continuous operation may cause the motor to over
heat. If this happens the motor will shut off until it cools to a normal
operating temperature.
Shipping Brackets
If provided, remove shipping brackets by following Figure 2.
Dowel
Shipping
Bracket
Series V
Figure 2
Bottom Access Panel Installation/Removal
Removal and replacement of the bottom closure panel requires two people
positioned about 5' from each end of the panel.
1 Before removing bottom closure, you must first remove screws at each
end of case and slide the closure clips inward, away from the outside of
the case (see Fig. 3).
Case
Front of case
removed for
clarity
Closure
Figure 3
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Form AccessXL_Inst14
Printed in U.S.A
If you encounter any difficulties installing or servicing your Access XL screen, call your
dealer or Draper, Inc., in Spiceland, Indiana, 765/987-7999 or fax 765/987-7142.
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2 Disengage closure from extrusion inside the case. Rotate closure as
shown in Fig. 4 and remove, holding it so the closure remains in this position and does not bow before placing it on a flat surface.
OR
5 Replace the eight Nylon Washers into the idler end of the roller assembly.
6 Loosen the carriage bolts which attach the flange-mounted bearing to the
idler end bracket just enough to allow the bushing some limited movement,
which will help when installing the roller assembly.
7 Rotate the bracket into the mounting channel located in the case top (when
mounting the roller assembly into the case). Both the bracket flange and set
screw collar side of the bearing must point toward the gudgeon assembly.
8 Raise the roller/fabric assembly up into the screen housing and engage the
head of the motor completely into the motor mounting bracket, making sure
the snap ring engages with the motor and that the limit switch adjusting
knobs are visible from the bottom of the screen housing (see Fig. 6).
Please note: Maximum torque for
tightening screw is 6.77 Nm.
Figure 4
Bottom flange of Access XL housing
Figure 6
Caution: When placing the roller assembly into the case, be sure
motor is fully re-seated in the bracket, and secure it carefully with the
motor retaining spring and screw. Limit adjustment screws should be
facing down to allow access to them.
Bottom access panel pushup
points for panel removal
Caution: Beware of pinch
points at ends of closure
Access XL case as seen from below
Accessory Access ACXLE & ACXLV Roller Installation
Please note: When ordering a motor with built-in Low Voltage Controller, if
the case ships separate from the "guts," the case includes the 25' cable and
special low voltage switch.
1 Remove the bottom access panel (see "Bottom Access Panel Installation/
Removal" section above).
2 The motor end mounting bracket has a metal bracket with snap ring for
accepting motor head. The idler end mounting bracket has spherical ball
bearings for accepting the idler pin. Both brackets have four set screws that
will be used to tighten the brackets in place inside the case. Back out the
four set screws in bracket until they are flush with top side of bracket, then
remove the roller assembly from the shipping brackets, placing the roller
assembly on a flat, clean surface (see Fig. 5).
Caution: Due to the weight of the roller assembly, this step requires at
least two people to perform safely.
9 While supporting the idler end of the roller, slide the idler end mounting
bracket toward the roller. Slide the bearing over the end of the shaft.
Caution: Do not allow bracket to rotate and fall out of channel!
Align the bracket into the housing and tighten all four of the set screws.
Lock the roller assembly into place on the mounting bracket with the fender
washer, spring lock washer and machine screw (see Fig. 7).
10 Re-tighten the carriage bolts in the Idler-end Bracket Assembly so that the
flange-mounted bearing is locked in place (see Fig. 5).
Idler End
Roller Bracket
8 Nylon
Washers
Roller
Gudgeon
Assembly
Setscrews
Fender
Washer
Machine
Screw
Spring
Lock
Washer
Figure 7
Setscrews
Bearing
Collar
Carriage
Bolts
11 Tighten the two set screws in the bearing collar.
12 Connect electrical plug from motor to mating socket on junction box.
13 Reinstall the bottom access panel as previously described (see Figs 3 & 4).
Shipping Brackets
Motorized Roller/Fabric Removal
Carriage
Bolt
Motor End (Series V shown)
Idler End (Series E shown)
Figure 5
Please Note: Do not lose the snap ring and screw from the motorized
end, or the eight nylon washers, spring lock washer, fender washer and
machine screw from the idler end. They are required for re-attaching the
roller assembly to the brackets inside the case.
3 To engage the motor end bracket flange above the two channels in the top
of the screen housing, rotate the bracket approximately 45° counterclockwise to allow the top surface of the motor bracket to rest flat against
the top inside of the housing. Rotating the bracket clockwise until it is
engaged with the mounting channel, slide it along the length of the housing
against the electrical junction box. Note: Set screw collar side of the bracket
must point toward the center of the case.
Caution: Do not allow the bracket to rotate and fall out of the channel.
4 Tighten all four set screws.
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Reverse the instructions above “Motorized Roller/Fabric Installation” for
removal of the unit.
Operation
When screen is first operated, be cautious! Cycle unit down and up several
times to confirm satisfactory operation.
110-120V 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.
110-120V MULTIPLE STATION CONTROL—Switches are similar in
appearance to 110-120V 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 down or fully up.
24V 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 down or fully up. Installer should
incorporate an all-pole disconnect in the fixed wiring.
110-120V & 12V Video Interface Control—Allows screen to be
controlled by trigger signal (100 milliAmp minimum)—when the signal comes
on, the screen descends automatically. Two versions: Model VIC115 integrates
screen operation with a Draper video projector lift or a video projector or
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tuner with a 110-120V switched outlet. Model VIC12 interfaces with a 12V
switched outlet. Both available with an override switch (VIC–OS), permitting
independent operation.
KEY OPERATED SWITCHING—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.
3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 until desired position is reached.
CAUTION: Do NOT allow the dowel to wrap up over the roller when the
screen is running up! This could damage the screen.
Right Hand
Motor Location
Left Hand
Motor Location
Audience
Side
Audience
Side
Tab-Tension Adjustment Procedure for AccessXL
Draper’s Tab-Tensioning System is factory-set, and under normal circumstances
will not require field adjustment. If, however, you notice wrinkles, waves or other
indications that the tensioning cables need to be adjusted, follow the procedure below.
1 Determine which side requires adjustment.
2 Secure dowel with one hand.
3 Using Phillips-head screwdriver, depress spring-loaded adjustment screw
and slowly turn CLOCKWISE TO INCREASE tension, or
COUNTER-CLOCKWISE TO RELEASE tension. The screw adjusts in
¼ turn increments. Adjust only one increment (¼ turn) at a time.
TENSIONING
CABLE
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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.
Limit Adjustments (Standard Motor)
Please Note: Screen limits are factory set for optimum performance of
the screen. A procedure is outlined below for minor tweaks, but any
adjustment of these limits may negatively affect the flatness of the
screen surface and could also 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.
The motor limit screws are normally located on the audience left of screen
roller.
**Please Note: If the Access XL is “Right Hand Motor”, WHITE/DOWN and
YELLOW/UP limit screws are reversed. See graphic below.
"Down" Limit Adjustment
To Reduce Screen Drop
1 Raise screen surface about 1' above desired setting and turn off.
2 Turn the WHITE/DOWN limit screw clockwise (three screw turns = ½ roller
revolution).
3 Test by running screen down and repeat steps 1 and 2 until desired position
is reached.
To Increase Screen Drop
1 Run screen to the down limit.
2 With the down switch on, turn WHITE/DOWN limit screw counterclockwise
(3 turns of screw equals ½ roller revolution) to increase drop. Screen will
drop automatically for each turn.
3 Test by running screen up about 1' and back down to new down limit.
4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 until desired position is reached.
"Up" Limit Adjustment
Screen is Running Too Far Up
1 Lower screen surface about 1' below desired setting and turn off.
2 Turn YELLOW/UP limit screw clockwise (3 screw turns = ½ roller revolution).
3 Test by running screen up.
4 Repeat steps 1 through 3 until desired position is reached.
Screen Needs to Run Up More
1 Run screen down about 1' and turn off.
2 With the up switch on, turn the YELLOW/UP limit screw counterclockwise (3
turns of screw equals ½ roller revolution). Screen will drop automatically for
each turn.
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(Fabric from
back of roller)
(Fabric over
front of roller)
Limit Adjustments (Built-in Low Voltage Motors)
Please Note: Screen limits are factory set for optimum performance of
the screen. A procedure is outlined below for minor tweaks, but any
adjustment of these limits may negatively affect the flatness of the
screen surface and could also 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.
Please note: When ordering a motor with built-in Low Voltage Controller, if the case ships separate from the "guts," the case includes the 25'
cable and special low voltage switch.
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. (For Dry Contacts Wiring Diagram, see page 4.)
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 position.
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
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.
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button forGr 5V
less
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seconds will stop the viewing surface at its present
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Once the motor is stopped, pressing the STOP button willndmove the viewing surface to its alternate format position.
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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.
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set
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FUNCTION
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Case Dimensions
Series E Case Length = Fabric width + 123/4"
Series V Case Length = Varies
Centered over roller bracket (+/- 4")
Evenly Spaced
Evenly Spaced
Evenly Spaced
9"
7¾"
1"
107/16" 10"
8½"
9½"
L
Series V-L=varies
Series E-L=63/8"
Ceiling Mounting Bracket Locations and Configurations
Typical Installation: Two outermost ceiling
mounting brackets (on the ends) must be
centered over the interior roller brackets
(+/- 4"). Two intermediate brackets should be
spaced evenly from the outermost ceiling
mounting brackets.
Alternate Installation: Two outermost ceiling mounting
brackets (on the ends) are centered over the interior
roller brackets (+/- 4"), parallel to the case. The two
intermediate brackets should be placed in the typical
perpendicular configuration, and spaced evenly from
the outermost ceiling mounting brackets.
Wiring Diagrams—110-120V Motor
Please Note: Do not wire motors in parallel.
Single Station Control
Multiple Station Control
Internal Screen Wiring
White (Common)
Black (Down)
Red (Up)
Green (Ground)
Control
switch
Red
Single gang box by others
Min. 4" x 2 1/8" x 1 7/8" deep
Single Low Voltage Control Multiple Low Voltage Controls
Internal Screen Wiring
White (Neutral)
Black
Green (Ground)
Internal Screen Wiring
White (Common)
Black (Down)
Red (Up)
Green (Ground)
Cap off with wire
nut and tape
Dashed wiring
by electrician
Blue
Wiring Diagrams—110-120V Motor
with Built-in Low Voltage Controller
Red
Blue
Black
Dashed wiring
by electrician
Red
Data
Cables
Wall Switch,
RF or IR
Receiver,
or integrated
control system
Blue
Black
Blue
Red
To 110-120V Line
Dashed wiring
by electrician
Dashed wiring
by electrician
Black
Location of key
operated on-off
switch if furnished
Data Cable
Internal Screen Wiring
White (Neutral)
Black
Green (Ground)
Single gang box by others
Min. 4" x 2 1/8" x 1 7/8" deep.
3 shown. More or less equally
feasible.
Black
Location of key
operated on-off
switch if furnished
To 110-120V Line
*These wiring diagrams are for Access XL screens with motor on audience left (standard), and fabric unrolling from the back of the roller
(standard).
To 110-120V Line
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To 110-120V Line
Wall Switches,
RF or IR
Receivers,
or integrated
control systems
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ILT Switch-to-Motor—Dry Contacts or Data Cable connection
Please Note: 5V DC must be
connected to be able to set
limits using the wall switch.
INSERT MOTOR DATA
CABLE HERE
Please Note: This Splitter/
Jack is located inside the junction box of your Access XL
screen.
Back of wall switch.
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.
Please Note: Although both
Dry Contact and Data Cable
connections are shown, you
should only use one connection type per motor.
Two-Way Serial Communication
(RS232) with MC1
Low Voltage and Wireless Control (LVC-III)
Internal Screen Wiring
White-Common to screen & 110-120V AC Neutral
Red-to Screen (directional)
Brown-to Screen (directional)
Black-Hot to 110-120V AC
Green/Yellow-Ground
Program LED
Internal Screen Wiring
White (Common)
Red (Up)
Black (Down)
Green (Ground)
Low Voltage Wiring by others
AC Wiring by electrician
Fuse
STOP
Eye Port for IR Eye. For RF Receiver or LED
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.
MC1
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
To
110-120V
Line
RS232 Data FROM Control System
RS232 Data TO Control System
Signal Ground & Manual Switch Common
Manual Switch Down
Manual Switch Up
Location of key
operated on-off
switch if furnished
STOP
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)
Control
Switches
24v DC
Aux Port for connecting additional LVC-III
modules (up to six total can be linkedconnect from Aux to Eye).
To
110/220V
Line
STOP
STOP
Location of key
operated on-off
switch if furnished
Control
Switches
24v DC
See separate Serial Communication-RS232 Instruction sheet for enabling
RS232 with the MC1.
Built-In VIC-12/VIC-6*
Built-In VIC-115*
12 Volt Relay
115 Volt Relay
Ring Terminal on each Ground Wire
with Star Washer screwed to Spine
:: : :
Red
3
1
Green
Red
Black
White
Ground
#2 Up
#1 Down
Common
110-120 VAC
Screen Motor
Jacketed Motor Cable
White
Black
Black
HSG. Cap
Green
HSG. Plug
: : ::
: : ::
7
5
Green
Wire soldered to terminal
Wire connected with Quick Disconnect
White Lead
Black Lead
HSG. Plug
White
6
4
2
110-120 VAC
Screen Motor
Jacketed Motor Cable
White
Black
Green
Brown (-)
Orange (+)
8
Ground
#2 Up
#1 Down
Common
: : ::
Black
Green
Red
Black
: : ::
Red
: : ::
Green
14 13
9 :: : :
5 :: : :
1 :: : :
HSG. Cap
Ring Terminal on ground wire
riveted to J-Box with Star Washer
:: : :
Wire connected with Quick Disconnect
*These wiring diagrams are for Access XL screens with motor on audience left (standard), and fabric unrolling from the back of the roller (standard).
Mounting Bracket Dimensions
3
/ 8"
11/2"
/2"
R /4"
1
3
/16" 3
5
/16"
1
13/8"
1
/8"
/16"
11/8"
/4"
1
R /8"
1
5
41/2"
/16"
11/4"
413/16"
7 /4"
3
9"
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