320020474 PR-8128英文说明书170704

XLED 6007
PR-8128
This product manual contains important information about the safe installation and use of this product. Please
read and follow these instructions carefully before installing and using the product and keep this manual in a
safe place for future reference.
PR LIGHTING LTD.
http://www.pr-lighting.com
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1. SAFETY AND WARNINGS
2. INSTUCTIONS
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
3. APPEARANCE
4. INSTALLATION
●RIGGING
●
●
POWER CONNECTIONS
●
DMX CONTROL CONNECTION
DMX TERMINATOR
5. SETUP AND CONFIGURATION
●FRONT PANEL OPERATION
●DMX START ADDRESS
●DMX WIRELSESS CONTROL
●STAND-ALONE MODE
●MASTER/SLAVE MODE
6.OPERATION MENU
7. DMX PROTOCOL
8. DISPLAY SIGNS
9.TECHNICAL DATA
10.CIRCUIT DIAGRAM AND PCB CONNECTIONS
●CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
●PCB CONNECTIONS
11.COMPONENT ORDER CODES
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ACCESSORIES
The following items are supplied with the projector and please check:
Name
Clamp
Safety Cord
User manual
Quantity
1
1
1
Unit
Pc
Pc
Pc
Remark
Please note that as part of our ongoing commitment to continuous product development, specifications are subject to
change without notice. Whilst every care is taken in the preparation of the manual we reserve the right to change
specifications in the course of product improvement. The publishers cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of the
information herein, or any consequence arising from them.
Every unit is tested completely and packed properly by the manufacturer. Please make sure the packing and / or the unit
are in good condition before installation and use. Should there be any damage caused by transportation, consult your
dealer and do not use the unit. Any damage caused by improper use will not be assumed by the manufacturer and / or
dealer.
Note: For the products made by Guangzhou PR lighting Ltd, the warranty for the whole product is one year starting from the delivery date
but the light source is not within the warranty.
Any future technical change in the user manual won’t be with any notice.
1. SAFETY AND WARNINGS
NOTE
Before a projector’s installation, power-on, operation and maintenance, please carefully read
the safety information hereinafter!
The following safety signs are used in the user manual.
User
Manual
Warning
Electrical
shock
Goggles
Protective
Gloves
Flames
High
Temperature
● When unpacking , check if there is transportation damage before using the projector. Should there be any
damage caused by transportation, consult your dealer and do not use it.
●The manufacture is not responsible for loss caused by the user not following the manual or changing the projector
as he/she likes
●Please be noted that the damage caused by changing the projector at will is not warranted.
● Do not hesitate to contact the dealer or the manufacturer if any questions or advice.
The projector is for indoor use only, IP20.
Use only in dry locations. Keep this unit away from rain and moisture, excessive heat, humidity and dust. Do not
allow contact with water or any other liquids.
●The projector should be kept away from high temperature, fire, electrical surge, vibration and strong light while
being operated
●The projector is only intended for installation, operation and maintenance by qualified personnel. And the
operation must strictly follow the procedures in the manual
●No repairable parts in the projector and do not open covers for maintenance by yourself.
●
●
Don’t look straightly into the light sources especially for epileptics, otherwise eyes will be burned.
Do not connect this device to any type of dimmer pack
●After lamp switched on, the minimum distance between the projector and illuminated surface is 10m
●lens and other optical parts shall be replaced immediately if they have deformed or been damaged, otherwise the
light output will be compromised.
●
●
●Before operation, please confirm that all covers(housing) are on and screws tightened. It’s forbidden to use a
projector while covers(housing)are off
●Keep the lamp clean and do not touch it with bare hands.
●While operating it, wear protective items.
Any electrical connection must be carried out by a qualified person .
Before installation, please confirm the voltage supplied matches what is required for the projector
●Each projector must be properly earthed and installed as per related electrical standards.
●Do not use power cord with its insulator damaged and connect the power cord with other cables.
●If the projector is not used or under cleaning,, please hold the plug and unplug it. Do not unplug it forcefully
or by pulling the power cable.
●All power cords must conform to related safety and regulations
●While being operated, the projector should not be under rains or in humidity.
●Do not switch on and off the projector constantly in very short intervals, otherwise the light source’s and other
electrical parts’ life will be shortened .
●
●
There are safety cord holes at the bottom of the base of a projector. In view of safety, please run the safety
●
1
cord supplied through the safety cord holes for safety support.
Before any installation, maintenance and cleaning work, please ensure the projector is disconnected from
power mains.
●
After running for 30minutes, the temperature of the housing of the projector is 55℃.After stable operation ,
its temperature is 50℃.
●While the lamp is stricken for the first time, there will be smoke and strange smell. It’s normal and does not
mean the projector has some defects.
●
Do not mount the projector directly on inflammable surface.
Do not project the beam straightly on combustible items and the minimum distance between the
projector and illuminated items is 10m.
●A projector should be installed with good ventilation and the minimum distance between the projector
and walls is 50cm. At the same time, please ensure the fans and air inlets and outlets are workable.
●
●
2.
INSTRUCTIONS
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
If a projector can’t start. Please check if the fuse is blown up. If it does, replace it with a new fuse with same ratings. And the
projector has over-temperature protective device. If the temperature is too high, the protective device will be triggered to shut the
projector off. When it happens, please check if the fans run normally or fan shield is blocked by dust. After the issue is solved,
restart the projector.
The accumulation of oil, smoke and dust on the lens will compromise the light output. Cleaning a projector is very necessary to
ensure a reliable use of it. Cooling fans need to be cleaned every 15days. Internal lens, reflector and hot mirror need to be cleaned
periodically to optimize light output.
Cleaning frequency is to be decided by operations and its environment. Use soft cloth and normal detergent for glass for cleaning
work. It’s advised external optical system be cleaned every 20days and internal optical systems every 30/60days. Keep lens clean
and do not touch optical parts with bare hands.
●
Before any maintenance and cleaning, please ensure the project is off the power
Only qualified person is allowed to do maintenance
●During maintenance and before maintenance, the projector must be off power.
●
●
To avoid internal damage, sun light or other light mustn’t penetrate into the projector via
front lens whether it runs or not
●Do not use alcohol or other organic solvent to clean the housing to avoid damage.
●Do not use any solvent with chemical elements to clean color filters or hot mirror.
●
LUBRICATION
●
To ensure smooth movement of gobos and zoom and ZOOMlens, it’s advised rotators’ bearings and 2 sliding bars for zoom and
ZOOMlens be lubricated every 2 months. High quality and high temperature lubricant/grease is advised.
TROUBLESHOOTING
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PROBLEM
The projector doesn’t switch on
The project can be turned on, but the LED lamps
can’t be on
The LED lamps can be on, but not controlled
by DMX
The brightness decreases obviously
ACTION
Check the power cord connection
Power Switch fails or is not connected well, call a professional
technician for repairing and checking
Control board is not connected normally, call a professional technician
for repairing and checking ,
LED lamp board is not connected well, call a professional technician for
repairing and checking
Check DMX Start Address
Check if XLR cable fails or not
Ambient temperature is too hot which makes the projector too hot,
please take appropriate ventilation measures
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3. APPEARANCE
HEAD
YOKE
BASE BOX
4. INSTALLATION
●
RIGGING
:
While transportation of the fixture, please lock both Pan and Tilt well; Before the use of the fixture, please unlock both. It’s forbidden
to run the fixture while it’s locked.
Take 1clamp and 1 the safety cord out from the package and mount 1 clamp on the BOTTOM of fixture with 2 retainers attached to
the clamp. Hang the fixture on the steel truss and fasten the retainers attached to the clamp. Always ensure that the location that you are
going to mount the unit is secure and is strong enough to support the weight of the unit (See the WARNING as shown above) To pass
SAFETY CORD through the SAFETY HOLE on the back cover of the base of the fixture for safety! Always ensure that the
unit is firmly anchored to avoid vibration and slipping whilst functioning.
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WARNING:
●The projector MUST be lifted or carried by the HANDLES instead of clamps.
●.For safety the safety cord should afford 10 times the Projector’s weight.
●
POWER CONNECTION
Connect the power cord as follows:
L (live) =brown
E (earth) =yellow/green
N (neutral) =blue
Before power connection, please ensure the power supplied must match what the nameplate says. It is recommended that each
projector be connected with power separately so that they may be individually switched on and off.
Note: If projectors are connected in series, please connect POWERIN port of the 1st projector with the Power Mains, then
connect its POWER OUT with POWER IN of the 2nd projector, and so on till all fixtures are connected. If the voltage supplied
is 200V-240V, the maximum projectors connected is 8pcs, if it is 100V-120V, the maximum is 4pcs. The diameter of the cores
2.
of the wires for the Power in/out cables must be equal or bigger than 2.5mm
●The earth wire(yellow/green) must be connected to the ground. And electrical connection must be in
accordance with the standards concerned.
●If any questions about the electrical installation, do not continue but consult a qualified electrician.
DMX CONTROL CONNECTION
●
Connection between controller and projector and between one projector and another must be made with a twin-screened cable, with
each wire having at least a 0.5mm in diameter. Connection to and from the projector is via cannon 5 pin (which are included with the
projector) or 5 pin XLR plugs and sockets. The XLR's are connected as shown in the figure above.
Note: care should be taken to ensure that none of the pins touch the metallic body of the plug or each other. XLR plugs and sockets
mustn’t be connected in any way other than mentioned in the above figure. The projector accepts digital control signals in protocol
DMX512 (1990).
Connect the controller’s DMX output to the first fixture’s DMX input, and connect the first fixture’s DMX output to the second
fixture’s DMX input and connect the rest fixtures in the same way. Eventually connect the last fixture’s DMX output to a DMX
terminator as shown in the figure below.
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DMX TERMINATOR
●DMX TERMINATOR
In the Controller mode, at the last projector in the chain, the DMX output has to be connected with a DMX terminator. This prevents
electrical noise from disturbing and corrupting the DMX control signals.
The DMX terminator is simply an XLR connector with a 120Ω (ohm) resistor connected across pins 2 and 3, which is then plugged
into the output socket on the last projector in the chain. The connections are illustrated below.
DMX TERMINATOR
2
1
3
120
CONNECTION
Connect a 120 (OHM) resistor
across pins 2 and 3 in an XLR plug
and insert into the DMX out socket
on the last unit in the chain.
PIN 2
PIN 3
5. SETUP AND CONFIGURATION
Front Panel Operation
●
FUNC
UP
DOWN
ENTER
Projector configuration can be set conveniently via push button and the color touch screen.
Launch the projector and press button ENTER for more than 3seconds to unlock the panel, the display will show the function menu of
the projector, each main menu has its submenus and each submenu has a specific function. For details, please see the
“OPERATION MENU” section.
Press button UP or DOWN if you want to browse through the various Setup Options.
Press button ENTER to save your settings or enter the submenu.
Press button UP or DOWN to change values(plus or minus)
Press button FUNC, it will return to the upper menu. If button FUNC not pressed, the default will show display status automatically.
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● DMX START ADDRESS
If many projector s are controlled by the controller, each projector should be set with a start address to receive signals sent by the
controller and respond to it. The projector have 3 DMX modes. There are short mode, standard mode and extended mode. For
example standard mode has 18channels, so set the No. 1 Projector ’s address 001, No. 2 Projector ’s address 019, No. 3 Projector ’s
address 037 and so on.
Launch the projector. Press button ENTER more than 2seconds to unlock panel.
Press button ENTER to display DMX address;
Press button UP and DOWN, you can set the address;
Press button ENTER to confirm; after powered on next time, the default will be last value saved
Press button FUNC, it will return to the upper menu
DMX WIRELESS CONTROL (Optional)
●
The projector has the optional wireless control function. With wireless receiver module and antenna, it can achieve remote control.
The setup of it is below:
1. Enter into the projector’s menu. Select the menu “Config Settigns” via the bottoms of UP and DOWN
2.
Select DMX control Mode---- Wireless First (Note: do not select XLR ONLY),then wireless indication in the
front panel will be on, meaning wireless control function is activated.
Only after the projector is linked with a transmitter, can it receive wireless signal sent by the transmitter. If unlinking it,
Press “Enter” for the menu of Unlink Wireless under the upper level menu of Config Settigns .
●STAND-ALONE MODE
Operate the projector without connecting with a controller, enable the master mode through the operation panel, the
projector will run in Stand-Alone mode automatically.
DMX address can be set at any number within 512.
●MASTER/SLAVE MODE
Many projectors can run synchronously in the Master/Slave mode by linking them with each other. First,
connect the first projector ’s DMX output to the second projector ’s DMX input using XLR-XLR control cable and then connect the
second projector ’s DMX output to the third projector ’s DMX input, and so on until all projector are connected in this way. Eventually
connect the last projector ’s DMX output to a DMX terminator. Set 1st projector as the master and others are Slaves.
Start Addresses of all Slaves are 001; Operation mode of the Master can be set any mode for a Master’ and Slaves’ operation mode can
be set accordingly.
After Powered on, the group will run in Master/Slave Mode
DMX TERMINATOR
●
Sound Operation
To select different level(1-100) of sound sensitivity based on different operating environment under sound operation under
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Operation Mode. There are several different(0-8) sound effects for different operating environment under Sound
Operation.
Note: If several fixtures in series under Master/Slave mode, Only Master responds to external sound.
6. OPERATION MENU
1st level menu
2nd level menu
DMX Address
DMX
Channel Mode
3rd level menu
000 - 512
Standard
Extended
Short
Black Out
Hold Lost
DMX Lost
Reset
4th level menu
View DMX Values
Pan/Tilt Reset
Head Reset
ALL Reset
Master
Slave
On Always
Off Delay
Master Slave
Display Mode
1 - 10
LCD Dimmer
Normal
Display Invert
Inverted
Sett.
English
Chinese
Language
Calibrate
XLR First
XLR Only
Wireless Only
Wireless First
Wireless To XLR
DMX Signal
Un-Link Wireless
Factory Sett.
PRM Transmit
clean Progra
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Pan DMX Invert
Tilt DMX Invert
Pan Tilt Swap
ON
Pan Offset
Option
Tilt Offset
Offset
(motor and color
offset)
Pan Run Offset
Zoom Offset
Red Offset
Green Offset
Blue Offset
Time Clean
7
-127 ~ 127
-127 ~ 127
-127 ~ 127
-127 ~ 127
128-255
128-255
128-255
Defaults
Total Hours
Motor and Color offset not restored
Display Board
Pan and Tilt
LED 1
LED 2
VA
VB
VC
VD
Temperature
Software Ver.
Inf.
Electronic SN
Pan Encoder
Pan sensor
Pan Over Temp.
Pan Fault
Tilt Encoder
Tilt sensor
Tilt Over Temp.
Tilt Fault
Pan Run Sensor
Zoom Sensor
LED1 Temperat.
LED2 Temperat.
Status Inform.
Auto Test
Test
Manual Test
Shutt
Dimmr
LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4
LED 5
LED 6
LED 7
X Run
Zoom
Pan
Tilt
XY Sp
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
Shutt
Dimmr
LED1
LED2
LED3
LED4
LED 5
LED 6
LED 7
X Run
Zoom
Pan
Tilt
Keep T
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255
000-255(0- 20S)
DMX Mode
User Memory
Preset Memory
Mode
Static Scene1-16
(Each scene has 23
steps )
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5.) LOGO:
NO.
Names
1
Warning
2
Display Invert
3
Exit
4
English
5
Chinese
Extended 16
function
Logo
Remark
7. DMX PROTOCOL
Short 8
1
Standard 16
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
Strobe
Dimmer
Color
Temperature
4
Colors
5
5
DMX
000-007
No
008-127
Strobe from slow to fast
128-135
No
136-177
Fast closing and slow opening
178-185
No
186-227
Fast opening and slow closing
228-235
No
236-249
Random Strobe
250-255
No
000-255
Linear Dimmer from dark to bright
000
001-255
000-007
008- 255
5
Color Macro
Description
Value
000
No
Linear CT change from low to
high(10000-2700K)
No
Fading Rainbow from slow to fast
No
255 colors
6
6
6
Area 1 Red
001-255
000-255
7
7
7
Area 1 Green
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
8
8
8
Area 1 Blue
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
9
9
9
Area 1 White
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
6
6
10
Area 2 Red
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
7
7
11
Area 2 Green
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
8
8
12
Area 2 Blue
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
9
9
13
Area 2 White
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
6
6
14
Area 3 Red
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
7
7
15
Area 3 Green
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
8
8
16
Area 3 Blue
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
9
9
17
Area3 White
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
9
Linear change from dark to bright
6
6
18
Area 4 Red
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
7
7
19
Area 4 Green
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
8
8
20
Area 4 Blue
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
9
9
21
Area4 White
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
6
6
22
Area 5 Red
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
7
7
23
Area 5 Green
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
8
8
24
Area5 Blue
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
9
9
25
Area5 White
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
6
6
26
Area 6 Red
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
7
7
27
Area 6 Green
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
8
8
28
Area 6 Blue
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
9
9
29
Area 6 White
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
6
6
30
Area 7Red
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
7
7
31
Area 7 Green
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
8
8
32
Area 7 Blue
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
9
9
33
Area 7 White
000-255
Linear change from dark to bright
10
34
Front Lens
Stop
Clockwise rotation from slow to fast
Anti-clockwise rotation from slow to fast
11
35
Zoom
000
001-127
128-255
000-255
12
36
Zoom Fine
000-255
In 16 Bit
13
37
Pan
000-255
Pan 0-540 degrees
14
38
Pan in 16 bit
000-255
Pan in 16 bit
15
39
Tilt
000-255
Tilt 0-270 degrees
16
40
Tilt in 16 bit
000-255
Tilt in 16 bit
17
41
000-255
Pan & Tilt speed from fast to slow
000-109
Reserved
110-139
Pan and Tilt Reset(Stay for 3S)
140-169
Reserved
170-199
Front Lens Panel Reset (Stay for 3S)
200-229
Reserved
230-255
All Reset(Stay for 3S)
10
Panel
11
12
13
Pan and Tilt
Speed
14
18
42
Control
Function
Note: Can the Color Temperature Channel work only after the corresponding color channel is in use.
8. Display Signs
Descriptions of the signs on the top right of the screen
S
Slave
□■
□□
M
Master
D
DMX512 Mode
I
Preset Memory
□□
U
User
Memory
□■
T
Test Mode
P
Operation on Preset Memory Mode
■□
s
Magnet Sensor Error
■□
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9. TECHNICAL DATA
VOLTAGES
100V~240V AC,50/60Hz
POWER CONSUMPTION
600W@220V
LIGHT SOURCE
LED:
Power:
Color temperature:
Rated life
OSRAMS: 60W RGBW LED(SMT), Four in One
60W,7pcs
Linear change from 2700K to 10000K
50000hrs
COLORS
Linear RGBW ,color mixing with unlimited colors, macros
DIMMER
0-100% linearly adjustable
STROBE:
Electronic strobe:0-25 F.P.S.( Pulse Strobe Macro)
OTHER EFFECTS:
Rainbow, Wash, Beam, Profile, Effect Modes(Kaleidoscope, Swirl), multiple macros
ROTATION
Pan 0-540 degrees, Tilt 0-210 degrees with auto-positioning , Bi-directional and continual rotation for the front lens panel
BEAM ANGLE
Beam angle(1/2 peak) θ1/2: Linear Zoom 3.3°~ 60°
CONTROL:
International Standard DMX512 signal, 5 pin DMX512 interfaces
14channels in short mode, 18channels in standard mode, and 42 channels in extended mode.
Master/slave mode
Stand-alone mode, Preset mode, Self test mode, Single Scene mode
OTHER FUNCTIONS:
Ring control, Pixel Control, each color of RGBW of a LED lamp controllable .
Bi-directional and continual rotation of the front lens panel
Color touch screen and its brightness adjustable
Wireless Control(Optional)
Pan and Tilt Speed adjustable and Pan and Tilt can be inverted
Firmware upgraded via DMX interface and XLR cable,
Over temperature protection
11
Total hours, DMX channel number, software versions are displayed and display inversion
HOUSING:
High temperature engineering-plastic, IP20
WEIGHT:
14Kg
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
Maximum ambient temperature: 40 °C
SIZES:
LIGHT OUTPUT :
60 ° lux
3.3 °lux
7m
6m
5m
4m
3m
2m
1m
0m
1m
2m
3m
4m
5m
6m
7m
0
0
4100
325431
1215
81358
780
36159
432
20339
265
13017
220
9040
DISTANCE (m)
0
2
4
6
8
10
15
3.3°DIAMETER (m)
0
0.11
0.23
0.34
0.45
0.57
0.68
60°DIAMETER (m)
0
1.98
3.95
5.63
7.91
9.88
11.86
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8. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM AND PCB CONNECTIONS
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
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13
PCB CONNECTIONS
●
1。 LED Driver Control Board of PR-8128
No.
1-7
8
Name
LED Driver
Power
9,10
Front Lens Panel Motor
11,17
LED Lamp board thermal sensor
12,13,14 Zoom Motor
.
15
Zoom Magnet Sensor
16
Front Lens Panel Magnet Sensor
18,19
4
20
485 signal interface
24v Fan interface
2. Master board of PR-8128
No.
1,2,3
Name
Reserved
4
DMX512 signal input
5
485 signal output
6
TFT screen interface
7
Reserved
8
Key interface
9,10,11,12 Reserved
13
14
Power
3. Pan & Tilt Board of PR-8128
No.
Name
1
Power
2
Tilt Driver
3
Pan Driver
4,5
485 signal
6
Optical-coupler for Tilt
7
Optical-coupler for Pan
8
Pan Magnet Sensor
9
Tilt Magnet Sensor
10
Reserved
9. COMPONENT ORDER CODES
NO
NAME
PART NO.
QTY
REMARKS
1
POWER SWITCH
192010208
1
2
LED LAMP BOARD
230060621
7
3
LED DRIVE BOARD
230060638
1
4
LCD COLOR MASTER BOARD
230060640
1
5
230060648
1
071100119
6
071100120
1
8
XY DRIVER BOARD
HEAD LENS IN THE SHAPE OF
PENTAGON
HEAD LENS IN THE SHAPE OF
HEXAGON
MIXING ROD
080090120
7
9
FROST FILTER FOR MIXING ROD
080090119
7
10
FRAME FOR THE MIXING ROD
290010495
7
11
COVER FOR THE MIXING ROD
290010494
7
12
030040174A
2
23HDV0001-22B
030040255
1
14HY4201-14W
14
XY MOTORS
CONTINUALLY ROTATING MOTOR
FOR THE HEAD
ZOOM MOTOR
030040256
2
17HDC1217Y-110NE
15
BASE BOX FAN
030060077
1
24V 0.044A
16
HEAT SINK FAN
030060085
1
12V 0.22A
6
7
13
15
24V 25A 600W
OSRAM’S 60W 4 IN ONE
LED LAMP
PR LIGHTING LTD.
1582 Xingye Avenue, Nancun Panyu
Guangzhou, 511442 China
TEL: +86-20-3995 2888
FAX: +86-20-3995 2330
P/N: 320020474
Version: 20170704
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