Barco Quad DP12 Installation guide

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Barco Quad DP12 Installation guide
UDX
Installation Manual
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transport, as well as for material and manufacturing faults Barco must be informed immediately in writing of
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the date of commissioning, at latest 30 days after the transfer of risks. In the event of justified notice of
complaint, Barco can repair the fault or provide a replacement at its own discretion within an appropriate
period. If this measure proves to be impossible or unsuccessful, the purchaser can demand a reduction in the
purchase price or cancellation of the contract. All other claims, in particular those relating to compensation for
direct or indirect damage, and also damage attributed to the operation of software as well as to other services
provided by Barco, being a component of the system or independent service, will be deemed invalid provided
the damage is not proven to be attributed to the absence of properties guaranteed in writing or due to the
intent or gross negligence or part of Barco.
If the purchaser or a third party carries out modifications or repairs on goods delivered by Barco, or if the
goods are handled incorrectly, in particular if the systems are operated incorrectly or if, after the transfer of
risks, the goods are subject to influences not agreed upon in the contract, all guarantee claims of the
purchaser will be rendered invalid. Not included in the guarantee coverage are system failures which are
attributed to programs or special electronic circuitry provided by the purchaser, e.g. interfaces. Normal wear
as well as normal maintenance are not subject to the guarantee provided by Barco either.
The environmental conditions as well as the servicing and maintenance regulations specified in this manual
must be complied with by the customer.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC Statement)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class A digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses,
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area may cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be responsible for correcting any interference
at his own expense
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user's authority to operate the equipment
FCC responsible:
Barco Inc.
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30097 Duluth GA, United States
Tel: +1 678 475 8000
EMC notices
EN55032/CISPR32 Class A MME (MultiMedia Equipment)
Warning : This equipment is compliant with Class A of CISPR 32. In a residential environment this equipment
may cause radio interference.
GB/T 9254 Class A ITE (Information Technology Equipment)
Warning : This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
BSMI Taiwan Class A statement:
警告使用者 : 此為甲類資訊技術設備,於居住環境中使用 ,可能會造成射頻擾動,在此情況下,使用者會被要
求採取某些適當的對策。
Table of contents
1 Safety.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................9
1.1 General considerations .................................................................................................................................................................10
1.2 Important safety instructions ...................................................................................................................................................... 11
1.3 Product safety labels.......................................................................................................................................................................15
1.4 High Brightness precautions: Hazard Distance (HD) ...................................................................................................16
1.5 HD for fully enclosed projection systems ............................................................................................................................18
1.6 HD in function of modifying optics ...........................................................................................................................................20
2 Installation preparations...........................................................................................................................................................................21
2.1 Installation requirements ..............................................................................................................................................................22
2.2 Unpacking the projector ................................................................................................................................................................23
2.3 UDX flight case...................................................................................................................................................................................24
2.4 Initial inspection .................................................................................................................................................................................25
2.5 Projector configurations ................................................................................................................................................................25
2.6 Projector air inlets and outlets ...................................................................................................................................................30
2.7 Free download of Projector Toolset........................................................................................................................................30
2.8 External cooler and hoses ...........................................................................................................................................................31
2.9 Laser range finder & camera kit................................................................................................................................................31
3 Pulse Remote Control Unit......................................................................................................................................................................33
3.1 Remote control, battery installation ........................................................................................................................................34
3.2 Remote control, protocol setup .................................................................................................................................................35
3.3 Remote control, on/off button.....................................................................................................................................................35
3.4 Functionality overview....................................................................................................................................................................36
3.5 Functions of the “button pressed indicator”........................................................................................................................37
3.6 Function of the RGB filter button..............................................................................................................................................37
3.7 Displaying and Programming addresses into the RCU...............................................................................................37
3.8 Using the XLR connector of the RCU....................................................................................................................................38
3.9 Using the mini-jack connector of the RCU..........................................................................................................................38
3.10 Silicone protection sleeve for the RCU (optional)...........................................................................................................39
4 Physical Installation.....................................................................................................................................................................................41
4.1 Connecting the projector with the power net .....................................................................................................................42
4.2 Alignment of a table mounted projector................................................................................................................................42
4.3 Connecting the projector to the external cooler...............................................................................................................43
5 Lenses & Lens selection...........................................................................................................................................................................45
5.1 Available lenses.................................................................................................................................................................................46
5.2 Lens selection.....................................................................................................................................................................................47
5.3 Lens installation .................................................................................................................................................................................47
5.4 Lens removal.......................................................................................................................................................................................49
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Scheimpflug adjustment ...............................................................................................................................................................51
6 Input & Communication.............................................................................................................................................................................55
6.1 Introduction...........................................................................................................................................................................................56
6.2 Removal of an input board...........................................................................................................................................................56
6.3 Installation of an input board or a communication board............................................................................................57
6.4 Input source connections – Quad combo input Mark II ...............................................................................................59
6.5 Input source connections – Quad combo input Mk I .....................................................................................................64
6.6 Input source connections – Quad DP 1.2 Input board .................................................................................................68
6.7 Input source connections – SFP Input Board....................................................................................................................69
6.8 Communication connections ......................................................................................................................................................73
6.9 LED and Button indication chart...............................................................................................................................................76
7 WiFi & GSM Module......................................................................................................................................................................................77
7.1 Compliance FCC...............................................................................................................................................................................78
7.2 Compliance IC ....................................................................................................................................................................................78
7.3 Installation of the WiFi module ..................................................................................................................................................79
7.4 Installation of the GSM module.................................................................................................................................................83
8 Laser range finder & camera kit...........................................................................................................................................................87
8.1 Overview................................................................................................................................................................................................88
8.2 Installing the laser range finder.................................................................................................................................................89
8.3 Adjusting the laser range finder ................................................................................................................................................90
9 Getting Started.................................................................................................................................................................................................93
9.1 Power on projector ...........................................................................................................................................................................94
9.2 Switching to standby .......................................................................................................................................................................95
9.3 Power off projector ...........................................................................................................................................................................95
9.4 Using the RCU....................................................................................................................................................................................96
9.5 Projector Address .............................................................................................................................................................................97
9.5.1
Controlling the projector.............................................................................................................................................97
9.6 Quick setup via Direct access....................................................................................................................................................98
9.7 Software update ................................................................................................................................................................................99
10 Maintenance................................................................................................................................................................................................... 103
10.1 Cleaning the lens ........................................................................................................................................................................... 104
10.2 Cleaning the exterior of the projector.................................................................................................................................. 104
10.3 Replacement of the metal dust filters ................................................................................................................................. 104
10.4 Replacement of the synthetic air filter ................................................................................................................................ 106
11 Removal and installation of the projector covers................................................................................................................ 107
11.1 Removal of the front cover........................................................................................................................................................ 108
11.2 Removal of the left cover........................................................................................................................................................... 108
11.3 Removal of the back cover ....................................................................................................................................................... 108
11.4 Removal of the small top cover.............................................................................................................................................. 109
11.5 Mounting the front cover .............................................................................................................................................................110
11.6 Mounting the left cover.................................................................................................................................................................110
11.7 Mounting the back cover.............................................................................................................................................................111
11.8 Mounting the small top cover ...................................................................................................................................................111
A Specifications.................................................................................................................................................................................................113
A.1 Specifications of the UDX-4K40 .............................................................................................................................................114
A.2 Specifications of the UDX-4K32 .............................................................................................................................................115
A.3 Specifications of the UDX-4K22 .............................................................................................................................................117
A.4 Specifications of the UDX-W40 ..............................................................................................................................................118
A.5 Specifications of the UDX-W32 ............................................................................................................................................. 120
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Specifications of the UDX-W26 ............................................................................................................................................. 121
Specifications of the UDX-W22 ............................................................................................................................................. 123
Specifications of the UDX-U40............................................................................................................................................... 124
Specifications of the UDX-U32............................................................................................................................................... 126
Dimensions of a UDX .................................................................................................................................................................. 128
Dimensions of the rigging frame............................................................................................................................................ 128
Dimensions of the flight case .................................................................................................................................................. 129
Technical Regulations ................................................................................................................................................................. 129
B Stacking UDX projectors ....................................................................................................................................................................... 131
B.1 Stacking UDX projectors............................................................................................................................................................ 132
C Overview video timings for video interfaces ........................................................................................................................... 135
C.1 Overview video timings............................................................................................................................................................... 136
C.2 Overview video timings SDI Inputs ...................................................................................................................................... 137
C.3 Overview video timings HDMI 2.0 inputs.......................................................................................................................... 138
C.4 Overview video timings DisplayPort 1.2 inputs............................................................................................................. 139
C.5 Overview video timings HDBaseT inputs ......................................................................................................................... 142
Glossary.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 145
Index...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 147
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About this document
Read this document attentively. It contains important information to prevent personal injury while installing and
using the UDX projector. Furthermore, it includes several cautions to prevent damage to the UDX projector.
Ensure that you understand and follow all safety guidelines, safety instructions and warnings mentioned in this
chapter before installing the UDX projector.
Clarification of the term “UDX” used in this document
When referring in this document to the term “UDX” means that the content is applicable for following Barco
products:
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UDX 4K22
UDX 4K26
UDX 4K32
UDX 4K40
UDX U32
UDX U40
UDX W22
UDX W26
UDX W32
UDX W40
Model certification name
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Barco provides a guarantee relating to perfect manufacturing as part of the legally stipulated terms
of guarantee. Observing the specification mentioned in this chapter is critical for projector
performance. Neglecting this can result in loss of warranty.
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1.1 General considerations
WARNING: Be aware of suspended loads.
WARNING: Wear a hard hat to reduce the risk of personal injury.
WARNING: Be careful while working with heavy loads.
WARNING: Mind your fingers while working with heavy loads.
WARNING: In case of optical radiation emergency, please disconnect the device from the mains
current; this by employing the mains switch. In case the mains switch is not easily accessible, the
projectors shall be disconnected by other means for example the mains junction box.
It is advised to employ the shutter or select a black image on the projector in order to reduce the risk
of the emergency.
General safety instructions
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Before operating this equipment please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference.
Installation and preliminary adjustments should be performed by qualified Barco personnel or by
authorized Barco service dealers.
All warnings on the projector and in the documentation manuals should be adhered to.
All instructions for operating and use of this equipment must be followed precisely.
All local installation codes should be adhered to.
Notice on safety
This equipment is built in accordance with the requirements of the international safety standards IEC60950-1,
EN60950-1, UL60950-1 and CAN/CSA C22.2 No.60950-1, which are the safety standards of information
technology equipment including electrical business equipment. These safety standards impose important
requirements on the use of safety critical components, materials and insulation, in order to protect the user or
operator against risk of electric shock and energy hazard and having access to live parts. Safety standards
also impose limits to the internal and external temperature rises, radiation levels, mechanical stability and
strength, enclosure construction and protection against the risk of fire. Simulated single fault condition testing
ensures the safety of the equipment to the user even when the equipment's normal operation fails.
Notice on optical radiation
This projector embeds extremely high brightness (radiance) lasers; this laser light is processed through the
projector's optical path. Native laser light is not accessible by the end user in any use case. The light exiting
the projection lens has been diffused within the optical path, representing a larger source and lower radiance
value than native laser light. Nevertheless the projected light represents a significant risk for the human eye
and skin when exposed directly within the beam. This risk is not specifically related to the characteristics of
laser light but solely to the high thermal induced energy of the light source; which is equivalent with lamp
based systems.
Thermal retinal eye injury is possible when exposed within the Hazard Distance (HD). The HD is defined from
the projection lens surface towards the position of the projected beam where the irradiance equals the
maximum permissible exposure as described in the chapter “Hazard Distance”.
WARNING: No direct exposure to the beam within the hazard distance shall be permitted, RG3
(Risk Group 3) IEC EN 62471-5:2015
CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified
herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
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Notice on laser radiation
The laser distance meter that is optional equipment for this projector can emit a class 2 laser ranging beam of
0.95 mW / 638 nm. When installed correctly, this distance meter is located on the front side of the projector
(see Image 1-1). The laser beam can be enabled by either pressing the button on the equipment, via the
projector menu, or via the projector software. Thermal retinal eye injury is possible when staring into the laser
ranging beam.
Image 1-1: Location of the laser distance meter
WARNING: Laser Radiation — Do not stare into laser ranging beam, Class 2 IEC EN 60825-1:2014
Users definition
Throughout this manual, the term SERVICE PERSONNEL refers to persons having appropriate technical
training and experience necessary to be knowledgeable of potential hazards to which they are exposed
(including, but not limited to HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRIC and ELECTRONIC CIRCUITRY and HIGH
BRIGHTNESS PROJECTORS) in performing a task, and of measures to minimize the potential risk to
themselves or other persons. The term USER and OPERATOR refers to any person other than SERVICE
PERSONNEL, AUTHORIZED to operate professional projection systems.
The UDX projector is intended "FOR PROFESSIONAL USE ONLY" by AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL familiar
with potential hazards associated with high voltage, high intensity light beams and high temperatures
generated by the light source and associated circuits. Only qualified SERVICE PERSONNEL, knowledgeable
of such risks, are allowed to perform service functions inside the product enclosure.
1.2 Important safety instructions
To prevent the risk of electrical shock
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This product should be operated from a mono phase AC power source. Ensure that the mains voltage and
capacity matches the projector electrical ratings (120-160V / 200-240V (+/- 10%), 20A, 50-60 Hz). If you
are unable to install the AC requirements, contact your electrician. Do not defeat the purpose of the
grounding.
This apparatus must be grounded (earthed) via the supplied 3 conductor AC power cable. If you are
unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not
defeat the purpose of the grounding-type plug.
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this product where persons will walk on the
cord. To disconnect the cord, pull it out by the plug. Never pull the cord itself.
Use only the power cord supplied with your device. While appearing to be similar, other power cords have
not been safety tested at the factory and may not be used to power the device. For a replacement power
cord, contact your dealer.
Do not operate the projector with a damaged cord. Replace the cord.
Do not operate the projector if the projector has been dropped or damaged - until it has been examined
and approved for operation by qualified service personnel.
Position the cord so that it will not be tripped over, pulled, or contact hot surfaces.
If an extension cord is necessary, a cord with a current rating at least equal to that of the projector should
be used. A cord rated for less amperage than the projector may overheat.
Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short out parts that could result in a risk of fire or electrical shock.
Do not expose this projector to rain or moisture.
Do not immerse or expose this projector in water or other liquids.
Do not spill liquid of any kind on this projector.
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Should any liquid or solid object fall into the cabinet, unplug the set and have it checked by qualified
service personnel before resuming operations.
Do not disassemble this projector, always take it to qualified service personnel when service or repair work
is required.
Do not use an accessory attachment which is not recommended by the manufacturer.
Lightning - For added protection for this video product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended
and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet. This will prevent damage to the device
due to lightning and AC power-line surges.
To prevent personal injury
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To prevent injury and physical damage, always read this manual and all labels on the system before
powering the projector or adjusting the projector.
To prevent injury, take note of the weight of the projector. Minimum 4 persons are needed to carry the
projector. The projector weights about ±92 kg (±202 lbs) without lens and rigging frame.
To prevent injury, ensure that the lens and all covers are correctly installed. See installation procedures.
Warning: high intensity light beam. NEVER look into the lens ! High luminance could result in damage to
the eye.
Warning: extremely high brightness projector: This projector embeds extremely high brightness
(radiance) lasers; this laser light is processed through the projectors optical path. Native laser light is not
accessible by the end user in any use case. The light exiting the projection lens has been diffused within
the optical path, representing a larger source and lower radiance value than native laser light.
Nevertheless the projected light represents a significant risk for the human eye when exposed directly
within the beam. This risk is not specific related to the characteristics of laser light but solely to the high
thermal induced energy of the light source; which is comparable with lamp based systems.
Thermal retinal eye injury is possible when exposed within the Hazard Distance. The Hazard Distance
(HD) is defined from the projection lens surface towards the position of the projected beam where the
irradiance equals the maximum permissible exposure as described in the chapter “High Brightness
precautions: Hazard Distance (HD)”, page 16.
High Brightness Warning: The projector light source may not be switched on or the shutter must be closed
when no projection lens is installed.
Based on international requirements, no person is allowed to enter the projected beam within the zone
between the projection lens and the related Hazard Distance (HD). This shall be physically impossible by
creating sufficient separation height or by placing optional barriers. Within the restricted area operator
training is considered sufficient. The applicable separation heights are discussed in “High Brightness
precautions: Hazard Distance (HD)”, page 16.
Warning: Laser radiation. Do not stare into laser ranging beam. Class 2 laser beam could result in damage
to the eye.
Don’t put your hand in front of the beam.
Before attempting to remove any of the projector's covers, you must turn off the projector and disconnect
from the wall outlet.
When required to switch off the projector, to access parts inside, always disconnect the power cord from
the power net.
The power input at the projector side is considered as the disconnect device. When required to
switch off the projector, to access parts inside, always disconnect the power cord at the projector
side. In case the power input at the projector side is not accessible (e.g. ceiling mount), the socket
outlet supplying the projector shall be installed nearby the projector and be easily accessible, or a
readily accessible general disconnect device shall be incorporated in the fixed wiring.
Never stack more than 2 UDX projectors in a hanging configuration (truss) and never stack more than 3
UDX projectors in a base stand configuration (table mount).
When using the projector in a hanging configuration, always mount 2 safety cables. See installation
manual for the correct use of these cables.
Do not place this equipment on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product may fall, causing serious
damage to it and possible injury to the user.
It is hazardous to operate without lens or shield. Lenses or shields shall be changed if they have become
visibly damaged to such an extent that their effectiveness is impaired. For example by cracks or deep
scratches.
Cooling liquid circuit. The projector contains a cooling circuit filled with Mono-ethylene glycol (1,2-ethane
diol) and inhibitors in aqueous solution (34% active). When the cooling circuit leaks, switch off the device
and contact qualified service personnel. The liquid is not for household use. Keep out of reach of children.
Harmful by oral intake. Avoid exposure to pregnant women. Avoid contact with eyes, skin and clothing.
Avoid inhale of the noxious fumes.
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Never point or allow light to be directed on people or reflective objects within the HD zone.
All operators shall have received adequate training and be aware of the potential hazards.
In case of using an external cooling system position the hoses of the cooling system so that they will not be
tripped over, pulled, or contact hot surfaces.
To prevent fire hazard
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Barco large screen projection products are designed and manufactured to meet the most stringent safety
regulations. This projector radiates heat on its external surfaces and from ventilation ducts during normal
operation, which is both normal and safe. Exposing flammable or combustible materials into close
proximity of this projector could result in the spontaneous ignition of that material, resulting in a fire. For this
reason, it is absolutely necessary to leave an “exclusion zone” around all external surfaces of the projector
whereby no flammable or combustible materials are present. The exclusion zone must be not less than 40
cm (16”) for this projector.
Do not place any object in the projection light path at close distance to the projection lens output. The
concentrated light at the projection lens output may result in damage, fire or burn injuries.
Ensure that the projector is solidly mounted so that the projection light path cannot be changed by
accident.
Do not cover the projector or the lens with any material while the projector is in operation. . Mount the
projector in a well ventilated area away from sources of ignition and out of direct sun light. Never expose
the projector to rain or moisture. In the event of fire, use sand, CO2 or dry powder fire extinguishers. Never
use water on an electrical fire. Always have service performed on this projector by authorized Barco
service personnel. Always insist on genuine Barco replacement parts. Never use non-Barco replacement
parts as they may degrade the safety of this projector.
Slots and openings in this equipment are provided for ventilation. To ensure reliable operation of the
projector and to protect it from overheating, these openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings
should never be blocked by placing the projector too close to walls, or other similar surface. This projector
should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register. This projector should not be placed in a
built-in installation or enclosure unless proper ventilation is provided.
Projection rooms must be well ventilated or cooled in order to avoid build up of heat. It is necessary to vent
hot exhaust air from projector and cooling system to the outside of the building.
Let the projector cool completely before storing. Remove cord from the projector when storing.
To prevent battery explosion
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Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly installed.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
For disposal of used batteries, always consult federal, state, local and provincial hazardous waste disposal
rules and regulations to ensure proper disposal.
To prevent projector damage
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The air filters of the projector must be cleaned or replaced on a regular basis. Cleaning the booth area
would be monthly-minimum. Neglecting this could result in disrupting the air flow inside the projector,
causing overheating. Overheating may lead to the projector shutting down during operation.
The projector must always be installed in a manner which ensures free flow of air into its air inlets.
If more than one projector is installed in a common projection booth, the exhaust air flow requirements are
valid for EACH individual projector system. Note that inadequate air extraction or cooling will result in
decreased life expectancy of the projector as a whole as well as causing premature failure of the lasers.
In order to ensure that correct airflow is maintained, and that the projector complies with Electromagnetic
Compatibility (EMC) and safety requirements, it should always be operated with all of it's covers in place.
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation. To ensure reliable operation of the product
and to protect it from overheating, these openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should
never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This product should
never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register. The device should not be placed in a built-in
installation or enclosure unless proper ventilation is provided.
Ensure that nothing can be spilled on, or dropped inside the projector. If this does happen, switch off and
remove all power from the projector. Do not operate the projector again until it has been checked by
qualified service personnel.
Do not block the projector cooling fans or free air movement around the projector.
Do not use this equipment near water.
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Special care for Laser Beams: Special care should be used when DLP projectors are used in the same
room as high power laser equipment. Direct or indirect hitting of a laser beam on to the lens can severely
damage the Digital Mirror DevicesTM in which case there is a loss of warranty.
Never place the projector in direct sunlight. Sunlight on the lens can severely damage the Digital Mirror
DevicesTM in which case there is a loss of warranty.
Save the original shipping carton and packing material. They will come in handy if you ever have to ship
your equipment. For maximum protection, repack your set as it was originally packed at the factory.
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Use a damp cloth for cleaning. Never use strong solvents, such as thinner or benzine, or abrasive
cleaners, since these will damage the cabinet. Stubborn stains may be removed with a cloth lightly
dampened with mild detergent solution.
To ensure the highest optical performance and resolution, the projection lenses are specially treated with
an anti-reflective coating, therefore, avoid touching the lens. To remove dust on the lens, use a soft dry
cloth. For lens cleaning follow the instructions precisely as stipulated in the projector manual.
Only use zoom lenses of the Barco TLD+ series on the 4k models of the UDX. Using other lenses will
damage the internal optics. For suitable fixed TLD+ lenses contact Barco or see Barco website.
Allowed ambient temperature range: ta= 0°C (32°F) to 40 °C (104 °F)
Rated humidity = 0% RH to 80% RH Non-condensed.
On servicing
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Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as opening or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltage potentials and risk of electric shock.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Attempts to alter the factory-set internal controls or to change other control settings not specially discussed
in this manual can lead to permanent damage to the projector and cancellation of the warranty.
Remove all power from the projector and refer servicing to qualified service technicians under the following
conditions:
- When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
- If liquid has been spilled into the equipment.
- If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
- If the product does not operate normally when the operating instructions are followed. Adjust only those
controls that are covered by the operating instructions since improper adjustment of the other controls
may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the
product to normal operation.
- If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
- If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for service.
Replacement parts: When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used original
Barco replacement parts or authorized replacement parts which have the same characteristics as the
Barco original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in degraded performance and reliability, fire,
electric shock or other hazards. Unauthorized substitutions may void warranty.
Safety check: Upon completion of any service or repairs to this projector, ask the service technician to
perform safety checks to determine that the product is in proper operating condition.
Stacking/transporting UDX rental flight cases
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Stack maximum 2 rental flight cases high. Never higher.
Surface on which flight case is standing must be level to ensure that the total load is evenly spread out
among the four wheels. The surface must also be able to support the load safely.
Before stacking or transporting flight cases, check the wheels and their fixation screws for wear or defects.
Before stacking or transporting flight cases, check that the four lock handles on each flight case are in
good working order and locked securely.
When stacked, make sure the wheels of the upper flight case are precisely positioned in the stacking
dishes of the flight case below.
Stacked flight cases may not be moved. Before stacking, the lower flight case must already be in its final
resting position before placing the second upon it.
Never stack loaded flight cases in a truck or other transport medium, unless each flight case is rigidly
strapped tight.
In the event of a wheel breaking, flight cases must be rigidly strapped tight to prevent a stack collapsing.
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Use an appropriate forklift to raise flight cases and take the necessary precautions to avoid personnel
injury.
Safety Data Sheets for Hazardous Chemicals
For safe handling information on chemical products, consult the Safety Data Sheet (SDS). SDSs are available
upon request via safetydatasheets@barco.com.
1.3 Product safety labels
Light beam related safety labels
Label image
Label description
Label location
Hazard RG3: not for household use symbol.
Hazard RG3: optical radiation warning symbol.
Hazard class 2: laser radiation warning symbol.
0.95mW 638nm
WARNING! DO NOT LOOK INTO THE LIGHT BEAM. NO DIRECT EYE
EXPOSURE TO THE BEAM IS PERMITTED. LASER RADIATION - DO NOT
STARE INTO LASER RANGING BEAM. RG3 IEC EN 62471–5:2015. CLASS
2 IEC EN 60825–1:2014. HAZARD DISTANCE: CONSULT SAFETY
MANUAL.
THIS PRODUCT IS IN CONFORMITY WITH PERFORMANCE STANDARDS
FOR LASER PRODUCTS UNDER 21 CFR 1040, EXCEPT WITH RESPECT
TO THOSE CHARACTERISTICS AUTHORIZED BY VARIANCE NUMBER
2016-V-0144 EFFECTIVE ON JUNE 07, 2017.
警告! 嚴禁肉眼視線進入投影光域. 眼睛請勿直接曝露在投影光域內. 雷射光輻
射 – 請勿凝視雷射光. RG3 IEC EN 62471-5:2015 CLASS 2 IEC EN 608251:2014. 危險距離:請參照安全手冊.
警告!勿观看投影机光束 眼睛勿直接接触可允许暴露的光束 激光辐射-勿直视
激光范围内光束 RG3 IEC EN 62471-5:2015 CLASS 2 IEC EN 60825-1:
2014 危害距离:请参考安全手册.
ATTENTION ! NE PAS REGARDER LE FAISCEAU DU PROJECTEUR.
EVITER TOUTE EXPOSITION DIRECTE DES YEUX AU FAISCEAU DU
PROJECTEUR. RAYONNEMENT LASER - NE PAS REGARDER DANS LE
FAISCEAU DU TELEMETRE. RG3 IEC EN 62471-5:2015. CLASS 2 IEC EN
60825-1:2014. DISTANCE DE SECURITE : CONSULTER LE MANUEL DE
SECURITE.
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1.4 High Brightness precautions: Hazard Distance
(HD)
HD
Hazard Distance (HD) is the distance measured from the projection lens at which the intensity or the
energy per surface unit becomes lower than the applicable exposure limit on the cornea or on the
skin. The light beam is considered (to be) unsafe for exposure if the distance from a person to the
light source is less than the HD.
Restriction Zone (RZ) based on the HD
The HD depends on the amount of lumens produced by the projector and the type of lens installed. See
chapter“HD in function of modifying optics”, page 20.
To protect untrained end users (as cinema visitors, spectators) the installation shall comply with the following
installation requirements: Operators shall control access to the beam within the hazard distance or install the
product at the height that will prevent spectators' eyes from being in the hazard distance. Radiation levels in
excess of the limits will not be permitted at any point less than 2.0 meter (SH) above any surface upon which
persons other than operators, performers, or employees are permitted to stand or less than 1.0 meter (SW)
lateral separation from any place where such persons are permitted to be. In environments where
unrestrained behavior is reasonably foreseeable, the minimum separation height should be greater than or
equal to 3.0 meter to prevent potential exposure, for example by an individual sitting on another individual's
shoulders, within the HD.
These values are minimum values and are based on the guidance provided in IEC 62471-5:2015 section
6.6.3.5.
The installer and user must understand the risk and apply protective measures based upon the hazard
distance as indicated on the label and in the user information. Installation method, separation height, barriers,
detection system or other applicable control measure shall prevent hazardous eye access to the radiation
within the hazard distance.
For example, projectors that have a HD greater than 1 m and emit light into an uncontrolled area where
persons may be present should be positioned in accordance with “the fixed projector installation” parameters,
resulting in a HD that does not extend into the audience area unless the beam is at least 2.0 meter above the
floor level. In environments where unrestrained behavior is reasonably foreseeable, the minimum separation
height should be greater than or equal to 3.0 meter to prevent potential exposure, for example by an individual
sitting on another individual's shoulders, within the HD. Sufficiently large separation height may be achieved
by mounting the image projector on the ceiling or through the use of physical barriers.
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TH
TH
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PR
RZ
HD
SW
RA
SH
RZ
PR
HD
SH
1m
SW
EXIT
SW
(A) SIDE VIEW
(B) TOP VIEW
Image 1-2
A Side view.
B Top view.
RA Restricted Access location (boot area of
projector).
PR Projector.
TH Theater.
RZ Restriction Zone in the theater.
SH Separation Height.
SWSeparation Width.
Based on national requirements, no person is allowed to enter the projected beam within the zone between
the projection lens and the related hazard distance (HD). This shall be physically impossible by creating
sufficient separation height or by placing barriers. The minimum separation height takes into account the
surface upon which persons other than operator, performers or employees are permitted to stand.
On Image 1-3 a typical setup is displayed. It must be verified if these minimum requirements are met. If
required a restricted zone (RZ) in the theater must be established. This can be done by using physical barrier,
like a red rope as illustrated in Image 1-3.
The restricted area sticker can be replaced by a sticker with only the symbol.
PR
RESTRICTED
AREA
RESTRICTED
AREA
Image 1-3
USA market (For FDA notice No 57)
For LIPs (Laser Illuminated Projectors) installed in the USA market other restriction zone conditions apply.
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LIPs for installation in restrained environment (cinema theaters) shall be installed at height vertically above the
floor such that the bottom plane of the hazard distance zone shall be no lower than 2.5 meters above the floor.
Horizontal clearance to the hazard distance zone shall be not less than 1 meter.
LIPs for installations in unrestrained environment (large venues,..) shall be installed at a height vertically
above the floor such that the bottom plane of the Hazard distance Zone shall be no lower than 3 meters above
the floor. Horizontal clearance to the hazard distance zone shall be not less than 2.5 meters. Any human
access horizontally to the Hazard Zone, if applicable, shall be restricted by barriers. If human access is
possible in an unsupervised environment, the horizontal or vertical clearances shall be increased to prevent
exposure to the hazard distance zone.
In addition for temporary installations (e. g.: rental and staging, lease, events …) the following requirements
apply:
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This product can only be installed by Barco or sold or leased only to valid laser light show variance holders.
In other words our installers are required to have an approved laser light show variance. Such installers
may currently hold a valid variance for production of Class IIIb and IV laser light shows and/or for
incorporation of the RG3 LIPs into their shows. Dealers and distributors are also required to obtain a valid
laser light show variance.
This product shall be located in such a way that all propagating beam paths within the Restriction Zone,
and the audience can be directly observed at all times.
Effects other than front or rear screen projections shall not be performed.
Communication shall be maintained with other personnel assisting in surveillance of the LIP projection.
In the event of any unsafe condition, immediately terminates (or designate the termination) of LIP
projection light.
Install one or more readily accessible controls to immediately terminate LIP projection light. The power input at
the projector side is considered as a reliable disconnect device. When required to switch off the projector,
disconnect the power cord at the projector side. In case the power input at the projector side is not accessible
(e. g. truss mount), the socket outlet supplying the projector shall be installed nearby the projector and be
easily accessible, or a readily accessible general disconnect device shall be incorporated in the fixed wiring.
Laser light shows can be requested via the FDA online eSubmitter portal or via FDA Form FDA Form 3147
referencing to Barco’s variance approval 2016-V-0144.
The installation checklist for laser illuminated RG3 projectors must be fully completed after the installation and
sent to pvg@barco.com. This checklist can be downloaded from the Barco website. Only when the installer is
a valid laser light show variance holder the checklist should not be sent to Barco.
1.5 HD for fully enclosed projection systems
HD
Hazard Distance (HD) is the distance measured from the projection lens at which the intensity or the
energy per surface unit becomes lower than the applicable exposure limit on the cornea or on the
skin. The light beam is considered (to be) unsafe for exposure if the distance from a person to the
light source is less than the HD.
Restriction Zone (RZ) based on the HD
The projector is also suitable for rear projection applications; projecting a beam onto a defuse coated
projection screen. As displayed in Image 1-4 two areas should be considered: the restricted enclosed
projection area (RA) and the observation area (TH).
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AREA
sw
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RA
TH
RESTRICTED
AREA
sw
HDDIFFUSE
RZ
PD
PR
sw
HD
sw
REFLECTION
Image 1-4
RA Restricted Access location (enclosed projection
area).
PR Projector.
TH Theater (observation area).
RZ Restriction Zone.
PD Projection Distance.
SWSeparation Width. Must be minimum 1 meter.
For this type of setup 3 different HD shall be considered:
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HD as discussed in “High Brightness precautions: Hazard Distance (HD)”, page 16, relevant for intrabeam
exposure.
HDreflection : the distance that has to be kept restrictive related to the reflected light from the rear projection
screen.
HDdiffuse : the relevant distance to be considered while observing the diffuse surface of the rear projection
screen.
As described in “High Brightness precautions: Hazard Distance (HD)”, page 16, it is mandatory to create a
restricted zone within the beam areas closer than any HD. In the enclosed projection area the combination of
two restricted zones are relevant: The restricted zone of the projected beam toward the screen; taking into
account 1 meter Separation Width (SW) from the beam onward. Combined with the restricted zone related to
the rear reflection from the screen (HDreflection); also taking into account a 1 meter lateral separation.
The HDreflection distance equals 25% of the difference between the determined HD distance and the projection
distance to the rear projection screen. To determine the HD distance for the used lens and projector model see
chapter “HD in function of modifying optics”, page 20.
HDreflection = 25% (HD – PD)
The light emitted from the screen within the observation shall never exceed the RG2 exposure limit,
determined at 10 cm. The HDdiffuse can be neglected if the measured light at the screen surface is below 5000
cd/m² or 15000 LUX.
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1.6 HD in function of modifying optics
Hazard Distance
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UDX 4K40, UDX 4K40 LC, UDX W40, UDX W40 LC, UDX U40, UDX U40 LC
UDX 4K32, UDX W32, UDX U32
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Image 1-5
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Installation
preparations
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About this chapter
Read this chapter before installing the UDX projector. It contains important information concerning installation
requirements for the projector, such as minimum and maximum allowed ambient temperature, humidity
conditions, required safety area around the installed projector, required power net, etc.
Furthermore, careful consideration of things such as image size, ambient light level, projector placement and
type of screen to use are critical to the optimum use of the projection system.
Barco provides a guarantee relating to perfect manufacturing as part of the legally stipulated terms
of guarantee. Observing the specification mentioned in this chapter is critical for projector
performance. Neglecting this can result in loss of warranty.
Overview
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Installation requirements
Unpacking the projector
UDX flight case
Initial inspection
Projector configurations
Projector air inlets and outlets
Free download of Projector Toolset
External cooler and hoses
Laser range finder & camera kit
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2.1 Installation requirements
Environment conditions
Table below summarizes the physical environment in which the UDX may be safely operated or stored.
Environment
Operating
Non-Operating
Ambient Temperature
0°C (32°F) to 40 °C (104 °F)
-15°C (5°F) to 60°C (140°F)
Humidity
0% RH to 80% RH Noncondensed
0% RH to 90% RH NonCondensed
Altitude
-60 m (-197 Ft) to 3000 m
(9843Ft)1
-60 m (-197 Ft) to 10000 m (32810
Ft)
Let the projector acclimatize after unpacking. Neglecting this may result in a startup failure of the
Light Processor Unit.
Cooling requirements
The projector is fan cooled and must be installed with sufficient space around the projector front, minimum 10
cm (4 in) to ensure sufficient air flow. It should be used in an area where the ambient temperature, as
measured at the projector air inlets , does not exceed +40°C (+104°F).
Make sure to not install the backside of the projector near walls or other solid objects. Make sure there is a
minimum distance of 60 cm (23.6 in) between the air outlets on the backside and the nearest solid object. If
mounted too close to a solid object, the hot air from the air outlets may find its way back into the air inlets on
the Light Source side of the projector, which will rapidly increase the temperature inside the projector.
Image 2-1
Since the projector is foreseen to be stacked while in the rigging frame, the minimum distance
space around the top and bottom air inlets should be the distance between two stacked projectors
while in the rigging frame.
Clean air environment
A projector must always be mounted in a manner which ensures the free flow of clean air into the projectors
ventilation inlets. For installations in environments where the projector is subject to airborne contaminants
such as that produced by smoke machines or similar (these deposit a thin layer of greasy residue upon the
projectors internal optics and imaging electronic surfaces, degrading performance), then it is highly advisable
and desirable to have this contamination removed prior to it reaching the projectors clean air supply. Devices
or structures to extract or shield contaminated air well away from the projector are a prerequisite, if this is not a
feasible solution then measures to relocate the projector to a clean air environment should be considered.
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Only ever use the manufacturer's recommended cleaning kit which has been specifically designed for
cleaning optical parts, never use industrial strength cleaners on the projector's optics as these will degrade
optical coatings and damage sensitive optoelectronics components. Failure to take suitable precautions to
protect the projector from the effects of persistent and prolonged air contaminants will culminate in extensive
and irreversible ingrained optical damage. At this stage cleaning of the internal optical units will be
noneffective and impracticable. Damage of this nature is under no circumstances covered under the
manufacturer's warranty and may deem the warranty null and void. In such a case the client shall be held
solely responsible for all costs incurred during any repair. It is the clients responsibility to ensure at all times
that the projector is protected from the harmful effects of hostile airborne particles in the environment of the
projector. The manufacturer reserves the right to refuse repair if a projector has been subject to knowingly
neglect, abandon or improper use.
Main Power requirements
The UDX operates from a nominal mono phase power net with a separate earth ground PE.
Power requirements : 120-160V / 200-240V (+/-10%), 20A, 50-60 Hz
The power cord required to connect the projector with the power net is delivered with the projector.
Projector weight
Do not underestimate the weight of the UDX. The projector weights about ±92 kg (±202 lbs) without lens. Be
sure that the pedestal on which the projector has to be installed is capable of handling five (5) times the
complete load of the system.
2.2 Unpacking the projector
What has to be done ?
The projector is delivered in a cardboard box on a pallet and is secured with banding and fastening clips.
Furthermore, to provide protection during transportation, the projector is surrounded with polymeric foam.
Once the projector has arrived at the installation site, it needs to be removed from the box and pallet in a safe
manner, without damaging the projector.
After unpacking let the projector acclimatize to a room temperature between 10°C (50°F) and 40°C
(104°F). Neglecting this may result in a start up failure of the Light Processor Unit.
Required tools
cutter knife
How to unpack
1.
Remove the banding around the cardboard box and open the box. Do this by releasing the fastening clips as
illustrated.
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Image 2-2: Opening box
2.
Remove the small box on top of the projector. This box contains the accessories such as manuals, remote
control, etc.
Image 2-3: Remove accessory box, polymeric foam and projector
3.
Remove the polymeric foam from the top of the projector.
4.
Open the plastic bag and lift the projector out of its packaging
Save the original shipping cardboard box and packing material. They will be necessary if you ever
have to ship your projector. For maximum protection, repack your projector as it was originally
packed at the factory.
A plastic lens holder cover is placed into the lens opening of the projector. It's recommended to
reuse this cover each time you transport the projector. This to prevent intrusion of dust and foreign
particles.
The lens is delivered in a separate box.
2.3 UDX flight case
Introduction of the UDX flight case
The UDX flight case is designed to transport the UDX in a safe and secure manner, with or without being
mounted in its rigging frame. There's also sufficient space in the flight case to place the projector while
mounted in the UDX rigging frame. The four caster wheels, provided with breaks, and the eight handles make
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the UDX flight case easy to handle. The floor of the flight case wagon is equipped with two small covered
compartments to store the remote control and the rigging clamps.
Image 2-4: UDX Flight case
Order number flight case: R9855884
The dimensions of the flight case are optimal for maximum utilization of the floor area of a truck. The cover of
the UDX flight case has four stacking dishes, which allows to stack the flight cases.
WARNING: Maximum stack 2 UDX flight cases high. Never higher.
2.4 Initial inspection
General
Before shipment, the projector was inspected and found to be free of mechanical and electrical defects. As
soon as the projector is unpacked, inspect for any damage that may have occurred in transit. Save all packing
material until the inspection is completed. If damage is found, file claim with carrier immediately. The Barco
Sales and Service office should be notified as soon as possible.
Box content
After unpacking the projector it is recommended to check if all following items where included:
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One power cords of 2.7 m (3G10, 32A)
One Quick Start guide
One Safety manual
One Web site reference sheet
One remote control unit (RCU)
2 batteries for the RCU.
Mechanical check
This check should confirm that there are no broken knobs or connectors, that the cabinet and panel surfaces
are free of dents and scratches, and that the operating panel is not scratched or cracked. The Barco Sales
and Service office should be notified as soon as possible if this is not the case.
2.5 Projector configurations
The different configurations
Depending on the installation the projector can be mounted in different ways, the different configurations are:
1. Front / Table (F/T)
2. Front / Ceiling (F/C) (upside down)
3. Front / Ceiling (F/C) (table position)
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4. Rear / Table (R/T)
5. Rear / Ceiling (R/C) (upside down)
6. Rear / Ceiling (R/C) (table position)
Front projection
The projector is installed, either in a table mount or ceiling mount configuration, at the same side of the screen
as the audience.
AUDIENCE
SCREEN
F/C
F/T
FLOOR
Image 2-5: Front projection
AUDIENCE
SCREEN
F/C
FLOOR
Image 2-6: Front projection, Ceiling mounted, in table position
Rear projection
The projector is installed, either in a table mount or ceiling mount configuration, at the other side of the screen
opposite the audience.
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AUDIENCE
BACKSTAGE
SCREEN
R/C
R/T
FLOOR
Image 2-7: Rear projection
AUDIENCE
BACKSTAGE
SCREEN
R/C
FLOOR
Image 2-8: Rear projection, ceiling mounted in table position
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Positioning the projector
SCREEN
SW
SH
A
SH
PD
B
CD
B
CD
SCREEN
SW
SCREEN
FLOOR
Image 2-9: Positioning the projector
The projector should be installed at right angles (horizontally and vertically) to the screen at a distance PD.
Note the distance (A) between lens centre and table surface is slightly variable. This distance (A) is nominal
223 mm in case all feet are turned in completely and the vertical lens shift is set to zero (0).
On axis / off axis projection
The position of the projector with reference to the screen may also be different depending on the installation.
Basically the projector can be positioned in On-Axis or Off-Axis configuration. On-Axis configuration means
that the projector is positioned so as to have the centre of the lens coinciding with the centre of the screen.
Off-Axis projection is obtained by shifting the lens up, down, left or right. Several parameters can be calculated
determining the position in any installation.
Formula to calculate the distance CD for On-Axis projection: CD = SH/2 + B - A
Shift range
The lens can be shifted with respect to the DMD (P) which result in a shifted image on the screen (Off-Axis). A
100% shift means that the centre point of the projected image is shifted by half the screen size. In other words,
the centre point of the projected image falls together with the outline of the image in an On-Axis projection.
Due to mechanical and optical limitations it's recommended to keep the shift values within the field of view (F)
as illustrated below. Within these shift ranges the projector and lens perform excellently. Configuring the
projector outside these shift ranges will result in a slight decline of image quality.
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F
P
SIDE VIEW
+130%
U
+130%
U
D
-40%
+40%
L
-100%
R
F
P
D
-100%
TOP VIEW
-40%
L
P
R
F
Image 2-10: Vertical and horizontal shift range
P
F
+40%
DMD.
Field of view.
It is mechanical possible to shift outside the recommended field of view, but it will result in a decline
of image quality depending on the used lens and the zoom position of the used lens. Furthermore,
shifting too much in both directions will result in a blurred image corner.
Best image quality is projected in the On-Axis configuration.
Horizontal and vertical projector tilt ranges
The projector can be rotated and mounted at any angle. In other words, you can tilt the projector as much as
desired for your application.
In comparison to lamp-based projectors, the laser phosphor projector also has no limit on side to side tilt.
360°
360°
Image 2-11
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2.6 Projector air inlets and outlets
Air inlets and outlets
Image 2-12
The UDX has 4 air inlet channels and 2 air outlets. The air outlets are located at the rear of the projector. The
air inlets are located at the top, bottom and right side of the projector.
2.7 Free download of Projector Toolset
About Projector Toolset
Projector Toolset is a software tool to set up, configure, manage and control Barco projectors.
The Projector Toolset software works with configurations that can be loaded. Several configurations can be
controlled simultaneously. Even when the configurations are connected via different ways.
Projector Toolset is a standalone application that runs on a Java Virtual Machine and that does not require
extra services to run.
Projector Toolset is only available in a download version, no CD can be ordered.
Where to find the download file(s)
The program and all necessary plug-ins, as well as the Reference manual can be downloaded for free from
my.barco.com. Registration is necessary.
1. Go to the Barco website www.barco.com.
2. On the home page, click on myBarco log in.
3. On the Sign In page, enter your Email address and your password to login.
If you are not yet registered click on New to myBarco? and follow the instructions. With the created login
and password, it is possible to enter the Partner zone of Barco.
When your login is correct, the Partner zone is free accessible.
4. In the search field, enter Projector Toolset and click on the search icon.
5. Select Technical Downloads.
6. Click on Application Software and download the Projector Toolset software package, which includes the
device plug-in updates.
When downloading the complete Projector Toolset, this software contains already the latest device plug-ins.
When you already have the latest core version of Projector Toolset, it is possible to download only device plugin updates from the same web site location.
As Projector Toolset is a stand alone application, it is not necessary to install any other software. A Java virtual
machine is included with this download.
To download the reference manual, select Reference Guide and download the latest version of the manual for
your projector.
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Installation
Download first the reference manual and follow the installation instructions as written in this manual.
2.8 External cooler and hoses
Introduction
For functionality and reliability, the UDX projector requires accurate temperature control and cooling.
Therefore a liquid cooling system is provided in the projector.
If the option is chosen to have an external cooling system instead of an integrated cooling system, the cooling
circuit inside of the projector is connected to an external cooler via hoses. Only coolers and hoses exclusively
developed for this application and approved by Barco are allowed to be used in this setup.
The cooler is controlled by the projector and ensures that the ambient temperature of the laser banks,
phosphor wheel and diffuser wheel are within specs.
Image 2-13
2.9 Laser range finder & camera kit
WARNING: Laser Radiation — Do not stare into laser ranging beam, Class 2 IEC EN 60825-1:2014
Introduction
A laser range finder & USB camera kit has been provided to help multiple installations of the same projector.
By a simple button press, you can measure the distance between the projector and the projected surface.
Image 2-14: Laser range & USB camera module
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Control Unit
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Overview
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Remote control, battery installation
Remote control, protocol setup
Remote control, on/off button
Functionality overview
Functions of the “button pressed indicator”
Function of the RGB filter button
Displaying and Programming addresses into the RCU
Using the XLR connector of the RCU
Using the mini-jack connector of the RCU
Silicone protection sleeve for the RCU (optional)
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3.1 Remote control, battery installation
Where to find the batteries for the remote control ?
The batteries are not placed in the remote control unit to avoid control operation in its package, resulting in a
shorter battery life time. At delivery the batteries can be found in a separated bag attached to the remote
control unit. Before using your remote control, install the batteries first.
How to install
1.
Push the battery cover tab with the fingernail a little backwards (1) and pull, at the same time, the cover
upwards (2).
1
2
Image 3-1
2.
Insert the two AA size batteries, making sure the polarities match the + and - marks inside the battery
compartment.
Tip: Use alkaline batteries for optimum range and life time.
+
+
-
Image 3-2
3.
Insert (1) both lower tabs of the battery cover in the gaps at the bottom of the remote control, and press (2) the
cover until it clicks in place.
2
+
1
+
-
Image 3-3
When replacing batteries, the broadcast address of the RCU will be reset to its default value '0'.
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CAUTION: Replace with the correct battery type. Use two AA size batteries. There is a risk of
explosion if the battery is replaced with an incorrect type.
CAUTION: Replace the battery as explained above. There is a risk of explosion if the battery is
incorrectly installed.
3.2 Remote control, protocol setup
About the used protocol
The protocol is the code send out by the remote control when a button is pressed. Depending on this code, the
projector can decode the signals. The remote control can be used with two different protocols: RC5 and NEC.
Depending on the projector to control the remote control can be switched between these protocols.
Which protocol to use
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The NEC protocol has to be used for Barco projectors based on the Pulse platform: F70, F80, F90, HDX
4K, UDX, XDL, etc.
The RC5 protocol has to be used all legacy Barco projectors: HDQ 2k40, HDF, HDX W, etc.
How to set
1.
Remove the cover. For more info on how to remove, see “Remote control, battery installation”, page 34.
2.
Place the switch in the desired position.
Image 3-4
Remarks when using the RC5 protocol
Due to new or updated functionality not all buttons of the Pulse RCU are one-to-one compatible with the
legacy Barco RCU and projectors. Take the following limitations into account:
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Buttons Shutter open and Shutter close emit the same code when in RC5 mode. This because the
legacy RCU’s only had 1 button for Shutter functionality.
Buttons Power on and Power off emit the same code when in RC5 mode. This because the legacy RCU’s
only had 1 button for Power functionality.
The RGB filter button is not supported.
The Input selection button is not supported.
The Default value button is not supported.
The Macro button is not supported.
3.3 Remote control, on/off button
Purpose of the remote control on/off button
The Pulse remote control unit has at the front side an on/off switch (reference 1 Image 3-5). Switching off the
remote control prevents that unwanted commands are send due to an accidental key press. Furthermore,
switching the RCU off will extend the battery life time of the remote control.
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To activate the remote control press the on/off button.
To deactivate the remote control press the on/off button again.
Default when (re)placing batteries, is “ON”.
1
Image 3-5
3.4 Functionality overview
Remote Control Unit buttons
1
2
24
3
23
4
22
5
21
6
20
7
19
8
18
25
26
9
10
11
12
17
13
14
16
15
Image 3-6
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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10
11
12
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Button pressed indicator
Shutter open
Shutter close
LCD panel on / off
Project OSD on / off
Lens zoom
Lens shift
Menu open / close
Menu selection, OK button
Menu navigation
Input selection
Address button
Numeric buttons
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15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
Backspace (while entering values)
XLR connector
Decimal mark (while entering values)
Macro button
Menu back
Default value button
Lens focus
RGB filter
Test patterns
Power on
Power off
3.5 mm jack
RCU on / off
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3.5 Functions of the “button pressed indicator”
Functions button pressed indicator
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Rapidly flashes when commands are sent, this is the normal “button pressed” indication.
1 Short flash when remote control is switched ON by means of the on/off button.
Continuously lit (up to 5 seconds) when address digits are expected after pressing the ADDR button.
Slowly flashes (2 times a second) when the battery level is becoming low; typically when more than 85% of
the useful life is past.
3.6 Function of the RGB filter button
Filtering the color of the projected image
By pressing the RGB filter button on the RCU you can place a color filter on the output of the projector. This
feature can be useful during the installation and configuration of a multi-projector or multi-channel setup. By
having one projector project a red image and another project a green image, it is easier to spot and adjust the
overlap section.
By pressing this button multiple times, you will have different active filters, in the following cycle:
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Red + Green + Blue (default)
Red only
Green only
Blue only
Red + Green
Green + Blue
Red + Blue
Red + Green + Blue
etc
After powering up, the colors will always revert back to full RGB.
3.7 Displaying and Programming addresses into
the RCU
Displaying the Projector Address on the Screen.
1.
If the projector is on, press the menu key and navigate to the Status page. The projector address and the
broadcast address can be seen under the Communication heading.
The projector's address is displayed on the LCD status screen and / or the OSD.
How to Program an Address into the RCU?
1.
Press the Address button until the Button pressed indicator lights up continuously (proximately 5 seconds).
2.
Enter the address with the digit buttons within the time the indicator lights up (also proximately 5 seconds).
Note: That address can be any value between 0 and 31.
Tip: A few examples:
To enter address 3, press "3" digit button on the RCU to set the RCU's address to 3 and wait until the
button pressed indicator is out. Alternatively, you can also press “0” and “3”. This way, the button
pressed indicator goes out immediately.
To enter address 31, then press “3” and “1” on the digit button on the RCU and the button pressed
indicator goes out immediately.
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3.8 Using the XLR connector of the RCU
Connecting a cable with the XLR connector will reset the broadcast address of the RCU to its
default value '0'.
How to use the XLR connector
1.
Remove the XLR cover by pulling it backwards.
Image 3-7
2.
Connect a cable with XLR plug into the XLR connector of the RCU.
3.
Connect the other end of the cable with the XLR input of the projector.
Note: While the XLR cable is connected, the IR beam of the RCU is switched off.
3.9 Using the mini-jack connector of the RCU
Connecting a cable with the mini-jack connector will reset the broadcast address of the RCU to its
default value '0'.
How to use the mini-jack connector
1.
Connect a cable with the mini-jack connector (reference 2 Image 3-8) of the RCU.
2.
Connect the other end of the cable with the mini-jack input of the projector.
2
Image 3-8
Note: While the mini-jack cable is connected, the IR beam of the RCU is switched off.
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3.10 Silicone protection sleeve for the RCU
(optional)
Introduction
Barco offers a silicone form fitting protection sleeve for the Pulse RCU. The silicone material keeps it
comfortably, non slip and soft touch. All buttons and holes remain accessible. The sleeve is quick and easy
installed. For ordering information see Barco website.
How to install
1.
Pull off the rubber XLR-lid from the RCU.
Image 3-9
2.
Place back side (XLR side) of the RCU into the sleeve and pull the other side of the sleeve over the front side
of the RCU.
Image 3-10
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4
Overview
• Connecting the projector with the power net
• Alignment of a table mounted projector
• Connecting the projector to the external cooler
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4.1 Connecting the projector with the power net
CAUTION: Use only the power cord provided with the projector.
How to connect with local power net
1.
Ensure that the power switch stands in the '0' (OFF) position (reference 1 Image 4-1).
2
3
1
Image 4-1: Power input
2.
Connect the female side of the power cord with the power input socket of the projector (reference 2).
3.
Secure the power plug by locking the plug holder clamp (reference 3).
4.
Connect the male side of the power cord to the local power net.
Caution: Ensure that the power net meets the power requirements of the projector.
WARNING: Do not attempt operation if the AC supply and cord are not within the specified voltage
and power range.
CAUTION: Once the projector is switched to standby, the cooling fans will continue to run for
approximately 30 seconds to ensure that the projector and light source have sufficiently cooled, at
which point the fans will automatically decrease to standby. To avoid thermal stress that can lead to
premature light source failure, never unplug the power cord while the cooling fans are running.
Never unplug the power cord to power down the projector, first switch off the power switch and then
unplug the power cord.
Fuses
The projector is protected with an automatic circuit breaker of 25 A which is built into the power switch.
The voltage meter is protected with a fuse (1A) which is located on the neutral bonding cable. If necessary to
replace this fuse, consult a service technician.
4.2 Alignment of a table mounted projector
How to align
1.
Place the projector in the desired location. Take into account the zoom range of the used lens and the size of
the screen.
2.
Project one of the internal hatch patterns on the screen.
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3.
Turn the adjustable feet in or out until the projected hatch pattern has a perfect rectangle shape and is leveled.
Image 4-2: Level alignment
SCREEN
SCREEN
When this is achieved, the projector is set horizontal and vertical at right angles to the screen.
Image 4-3: Angle adjustment
4.3 Connecting the projector to the external cooler
What has to be done?
When opting to install a “silent” version of the projector, the cooling must be installed as a separate device.
The cooling circuit of the external cooler has to be connected with the cooling circuit of the projector. To make
this possible, you will need the following:
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2 cooling tubes of 8 meters length
The data cable to connect between the UDX and the external cooler
How to access the hose connections on the projector
1.
Remove the back cover of the projector. See “Removal of the back cover”, page 108.
2.
Loosen the two screws holding the protective plate from the back cover (reference 1 Image 4-4).
1
Image 4-4
3.
Remove the protective plate (reference 2, Image 4-5) from the back cover.
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2
1
Image 4-5
4.
Install the back cover again, without the protective plate. See “Mounting the back cover”, page 111.
How to connect the hoses and cable?
1.
Ensure that all connectors of the hoses, chillers and projector are clean. Wipe away any dust before attaching.
2.
Connect the hoses between the projector and external cooler as illustrated in Image 4-6 (reference 1).
1
2
Image 4-6: A projector (left) connected to an external cooler (right), using hoses (grey) and a power and data cable (red)
Tip: First move the latch (reference 1 Image 4-7) away from the connection while coupling the hose.
Then release the latch and push the hose further until the latch locks.
1
1
Image 4-7: Left: Male hose connection, right: Female hose connection
3.
Connect the communication and power cable (reference 2, Image 4-6) on the cooler with the same port on the
projector. Use a long power and communication cable for this.
Tip: Guide the long communication cable together with the hoses.
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selection
5
Overview
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Available lenses
Lens selection
Lens installation
Lens removal
Scheimpflug adjustment
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5.1 Available lenses
WARNING: Only use TLD+ ZOOM lenses on the 4k variants of the UDX projectors. Using other
lenses can touch and damage the mechanics of the build-in Actuator! This can result in loud rattling
noises and a damaged Actuator.
Limited amount of available lenses
The 4k variants of the UDX projectors have an Actuator built in them to help provide a clear 4k image. This
extra device means that less space is available in the projector for lenses, thus causing a more restricted
amount of lenses that can be used. Using lenses other than the lenses mentioned in this chapter may damage
the mechanics of the Actuator, causing loud rattling noises in the process and possibly a distorted image.
An extra warning label has been added on the lens holder of the 4k projectors to raise awareness of this limit.
Image 5-1: Warning label
Available lenses for the UDX projector
Only the following TLD + ZOOM Lenses can be used on the 4k UDX projector. Do not use other types of
lenses.
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Image 5-2: R9801414:
Image 5-3: R9862005:
Image 5-4: R9862010:
Image 5-5: R9862020:
Image 5-6: R9862030:
Image 5-7: R9862040:
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Image 5-8: R9829997:
5.2 Lens selection
How to select the right lens
1.
Determine the required screen width (SW).
2.
Determine the approximate position of the projector in the room.
3.
Start up the Lens Calculator on the Barco website: https://lenscalculator.barco.com/ to determine the possible
lenses for your configuration.
The Lens Calculator window opens.
Image 5-9: Lens calculator
The Lens Calculator can also be used to determine the position of the projector when the lens type
and screen width is known.
Due to lens tolerances the results of calculated values may be different from measured values.
These difference may vary +/- 5%.
5.3 Lens installation
WARNING: Only use TLD+ ZOOM lenses. Using other lenses can touch and damage the
mechanics of the build-in Actuator! This can result in loud rattling noises and a damaged Actuator.
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How to install
1.
Place the lens holder in the “unlocked” position. Do this by pulling the lens lock handle (reference 1, Image 510) outward and then towards the lens power supply socket (reference 2) as illustrated.
1
3
2
Image 5-10: Lens installation, preparation
2.
Remove the dust cover from the lens opening.
Image 5-11
Tip: While not placed in the projector, place the dust cover in a lockable plastic bag to prevent dust
from gathering on the cover.
3.
Check if the secondary lens lock stands in the unlocked position (reference 3). If not, pull it slightly outwards
until you hear an audible clicking sound.
4.
Take the lens assembly out of its packing material and remove the lens caps on both sides.
5.
Gently insert the lens in such a way that the lens connector matches the socket (reference 2).
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Image 5-12: Lens installation
6.
Insert the lens until the connector seats into the socket and de secondary lock (reference 3) makes an audible
clicking sound.
Warning: Do not release the Lens yet, as the Lens may fall out of the Lens Holder.
7.
Secure the lens in the lens holder by sliding the primary lens lock handle into the “locked” position (to the top
of the projector). Ensure the lens touches the front plate of the lens holder.
Image 5-13: Lock lens
8.
Check if the lens is really secured by trying to pull the lens out of the lens holder.
5.4 Lens removal
How to remove
1.
Support the lens with one hand while you unlock the lens holder by sliding the primary lock handle outwards
and then towards the “unlocked” position as illustrated (Image 5-14).
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Image 5-14: Unlock the lens
2.
Pull down the secondary lock on the lower left side of the lens holder as illustrated (Image 5-15).
3.
Gently pull the lens out of the lens holder.
Image 5-15: Lens removal
It's recommended to place the Lens caps of the original Lens packaging, back on both sides of the
removed Lens to protect the optics of the Lens.
It's recommended to place the dust cover of the original projector packaging back into the lens
opening to prevent intrusion of dust.
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Image 5-16
5.5 Scheimpflug adjustment
What is Scheimpflug?
The lens holder has to be adjusted so that the “sharp focus plane” of the projected image falls together with
the plane of the screen (Fp1→Fp2). This is achieved by changing the distance between the DMD plane and
the lens plane (Lp1→Lp2). The closer the lens plane comes to the DMD plane the further the sharp focus
plane will be. It can occur that you won't be able to get a complete focused image on the screen due to a tilt (or
swing) of the lens plane with respect to the DMD plane. This is also known as Scheimpflug's law. To solve this
the lens plane must be placed parallel with the DMD plane. This can be achieved by turning the lens holder to
remove the tilt (or swing) between lens plane and DMD plane (Lp3→Lp4).
Image 5-17: Scheimpflug principle
Scheimpflug principle
The "plane of sharp focus" can be changed so that any plane can be brought into sharp focus.
When the DMD plane and lens plane are parallel, the plane of sharp focus will also be parallel to
these two planes. If, however, the lens plane is tilted with respect to the DMD plane, the plane of
sharp focus will also be tilted according to geometrical and optical properties. The DMD plane, the
principal lens plane and the sharp focus plane will intersect in a line below the projector for
downward lens tilt.
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Scheimpflug adjustment points
A
B
1
2
3
C
Image 5-18: Scheimpflug adjustments
1
2
3
Scheimpflug adjustment screw
Scheimpflug adjustment screw
Scheimpflug adjustment screw
A Lock screw
B Lock screw
C Lock screw
Required tools
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Allen wrench 5 mm
Allen wrench 8 mm
Torque wrench with 8 mm hex socket
Preparation steps:
1.
Project a green focus test pattern in 4k.
Image 5-19: Example of a green focus pattern
2.
Unlock and turn out the lock screws (reference A, B and C, Image 5-20) of the Lens Holder . Use a 8 mm Allen
wrench for the lock screws.
3.
Optimize the focus of the projected image in the center of the screen (F) using the motorized focus control
(Local Keypad).
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A
B
F
C
Image 5-20: Center focusing
Scheimpflug adjustment steps
1.
Sharpen the image at the bottom left corner of the screen by turning the upper left Scheimpflug adjustment
screw either clockwise or counterclockwise (reference 1 Image 5-21). Use a 5 mm Allen wrench.
F
F
1
Image 5-21: Left bottom focusing
As a result of this action, the focus in the center will fade a bit. This is expected behavior.
2.
Sharpen the image at the lower right corner of the screen by turning the upper right Scheimpflug adjustment
screw (reference 2 Image 5-22).
2
F
Image 5-22: Right bottom focusing
3.
Sharpen the image at the top center of the screen by turning the lower Scheimpflug adjustment screw
(reference 3 Image 5-23).
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F
3
Image 5-23: Top focusing
4.
Optimize the focus of the projected image in the center of the screen using the motorized focus control (Local
Keypad).
F
Image 5-24
5.
Repeat from step 1 until the projected focus pattern is as sharp as possible in the center, left, right, top and
bottom of the screen.
6.
Fasten all three lock screws again. Use a torque wrench with a torque of 8.4 Nm.
Tip: While a stronger torque can be applied, take into account that the maximum allowed torque is 10
Nm.
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Communication
6
Overview
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Introduction
Removal of an input board
Installation of an input board or a communication board
Input source connections – Quad combo input Mark II
Input source connections – Quad combo input Mk I
Input source connections – Quad DP 1.2 Input board
Input source connections – SFP Input Board
Communication connections
LED and Button indication chart
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6.1 Introduction
General
The Input & Communication side of the projector consists of a local keypad (1), a communication panel (4)
and a Quad Combo input board (5). The free input slot can be used for optional modules (e.g. the Quad DP
1.2 input board).
1
2
3
4
5
6
Image 6-1
1
2
3
Local Keypad and LCD panel
Optional antenna for WiFi connection
Optional antenna for GSM
4
5
6
Communication Panel
Quad Combo Input board
Free input slot (here filled with the Quad DP 1.2
Input board)
6.2 Removal of an input board
WARNING: The procedures below may only be performed by Barco trained and qualified
technicians.
CAUTION: Always wear a wrist band which is connected to the ground while handling the
electrostatic discharge (ESD) sensitive parts.
The procedure below is applicable to all the input modules of the Input & Communication Unit of the
projector.
How to remove
1.
Switch off the projector and unplug the power cord at the projector back side.
2.
Release the 3 captive screws of the input module (4).
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4
4
4
Image 6-2
3.
Pull out the input module of the Input & Communication using the handles.
Image 6-3
CAUTION: Ensure that unused input slots of the Input & Communication Unit are always covered
with a dummy front plate. After removing one of the input modules, immediately replace with an
other one or install a dummy front plate on the unused input slot.
6.3 Installation of an input board or a
communication board
WARNING: The procedures below may only be performed by Barco trained and qualified
technicians.
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CAUTION: Always wear a wrist band which is connected to the ground while handling the
electrostatic discharge (ESD) sensitive parts.
Required tools
Phillips screwdriver PH1
The procedure below is applicable to all the input modules of the Input & Communication Unit of the
projector.
How to install
1.
Switch off the projector and unplug the power cord at the projector back side.
2.
Push the input module in the Input & Communication Unit using the handles. Make sure the module seats in
its sliders (2).
Pull in the module until the contacts (3) are fully inserted into the connectors.
2
3
Image 6-4
3.
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Tighten the captive screws of the input module.
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4
4
4
Image 6-5
4.
Plug in the power cord at the projector back side.
5.
IMPORTANT LAST STEP — Update the firmware of the installed module. Use the complete software
package to install the firmware via Projector Toolset or USB stick.
Tip: When a complete new software image is placed on the projector, all programmable components
will be updated with the latest version.
6.4 Input source connections – Quad combo input
Mark II
About the Quad combo input Mark II
Due to demand from the market, Barco has created a second generation of the Input board to support 12G
input and throughput on the SDI connectors. From the release of this board onward, the Quad combo input will
be supported and will be the standard input board in every Input & Communication Unit, effectively replacing
the Mark I variant.
The updates on this new board include the following compared to its predecessor:
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SDI Input A now also supports 12G input signals.
SDI Input C now also functions as a loop-through output for any signal placed on Input A.
SDI Input D now also functions as a loop-through output for any signal placed on Input B.
HDBaseT Input 1 now also supports network connectivity.
SDI Input & output – How does it work?
When connecting an SDI source to the projector and the signal is HD or 3G, you can choose any of the four
input connectors.
When connecting multiple projectors with the same signal, you can connect the signal as follows:
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Connect the source signal to Input A or B of the first projector.
If the source signal is connected to Input A, connect Input/Output C to the Input of the following projector.
If the source signal is connected to Input B, connect Input/Output D to the Input of the following projector.
Continue in the same fashion until all projectors are connected.
When connecting a 12G SDI source to the projector, you can only connect that source to input A.
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Only Input A accepts 12G SDI signals . While it is technically possible to connect a 12G SDI source
to Input B and connect that source to another projector in line (using Input/Output D), this first
projector itself will not be able to process the 12G signal.
HD, 3G & 12G
A
N.C.
HD & 3G
B
N.C.
IN 0
OUT 0
IN 1
OUT 1
IN 0
OUT 0
IN 1
OUT 1
FPGA
IN: HD & 3G
OUT: HD, 3G & 12G
C
SDI IN/OUT
N.C.
IN: HD & 3G
OUT: HD & 3G
D
IN 0
SDI OUT
SDI IN/OUT
N.C.
OUT 0
OUT 0
IN 0
SDI OUT
Image 6-6
Spotting the difference between the Mark I and Mark II Input boards
Since there will be projectors in the field that have the Mark I Input Board and others that have the Mark II
input board, it is important to know the difference between the two variants.
While there are several minor and barely noticeable differences between the two boards, there is one real
visual aid to tell the two variants apart. There are visual markings added on the Mark II Input board, marking
which connector supports 12G and which only supports 3G.
SDI IN
SDI IN/OUT
SEL
SYNC
1
A
SYNC
SYNC
SYNC
C
B
SEL
SEL
SEL
D
Image 6-7: Mark 1 Quad Combo input board, without markings
above the SDI inputs
SDI IN
3G/12G
SEL
SDI IN/OUT
3G
SYNC
SEL
3G
SYNC
SEL
3G
SYNC
SEL
SYNC
2
A
B
C
D
Image 6-8: Mark 2 Quad Combo input board, with 3G/12G markings
above the SDI inputs/outputs.
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SDI IN
3G/12G
SEL
SDI IN/OUT
3G
SYNC
SEL
3G
SYNC
3G
SEL
SYNC
SEL
SEL
1
B
C
2
3
SEL
SEL
SYNC
SYNC
DP
A
SEL
HDMI
SYNC
SYNC
HDBT 1
SYNC
HDBT 2
D
4
5
6
7
8
Image 6-9
1
2
3
4
Quad SDI channel A: 3G/12G input
Quad SDI channel B: 3G input
Quad SDI channel C: 3G SDI input + 3G/12G
output
Quad SDI channel D: 3G SDI input / output
5
6
7
8
DisplayPort Input
HDMI input
HDBaseT input 1
HDBaseT input 2
The yellow LED lights up when valid input sync is detected.
The green LED lights up when the input is selected.
The green LED lights blink when the input/output is selected and configured as output.
Input specifications – SDI Inputs
For readability, the video timings listed are summarized. For the full list of video timings, refer to the
appendices.
HD-SDI follows the SMPTE 292M standard
3G SDI follows the SMPTE 425M standard Level A
12G-SDI follows the SMPTE ST-2082-1 and ST-2082-10 standards.
Color space
YCbCr
Color depth
10 bpc
Chroma sampling
4:2:2
Audio support
not supported
For future release
•
•
•
Video timings
progressive2
Type
Port type
Format
HD-SDI
Single link
Quad link
•
•
•
•
•
3G-SDI
“BarcoLink”
Single link
Quad link
1920 x 1200 @50 Hz, @59.94 Hz and
@60 Hz
2:
3D support
Interlaced support
Segmented frame support
Up to 1920 x 1080 @24 Hz
Up to 1920 x 1080 @25 Hz
Up to 1920 x 1080 @30 Hz
Up to 1280 x 720 @50 Hz
Up to 1280 x 720 @60 Hz
12G-SDI (Channel Single link
A only)
3840 x 2160 @50 Hz and @60 Hz
4096 x 2160 @50 Hz and @60 Hz
12G-SDI
“BarcoLink 4k”
(Channel A only)
3840 x 2400 @50 Hz, @59.94 Hz and
@60 Hz.
Single link
For the full list of video timings, see Appendix
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Input specifications – HDMI Input
For readability, the video timings listed are summarized. For the full list of video timings, refer to the
appendices.
Pixel rate
25 – 600 MHz pixel clock
HDCP support
•
•
•
HDCP 1.x
HDCP 2.2
RGB 4:4:4
Color space
•
•
•
•
YCbCr 4:2:0
YCbCr 4:2:2
YCbCr 4:4:4
RGB 4:4:4
Color depth
•
•
•
24 bpp
30 bpp
36 bpp
3D support
•
•
Field sequential 3D (Active 3D)
- Frame-packed
- Top Bottom progressive
- Side-by-side progressive
Passive 3D not supported.
For future release
•
Interlaced support
Audio
Not supported
Video timings2
•
•
•
•
•
•
Native video timings •
•
•
Up to 4096 x 2160 @24 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @25 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @30 Hz
Up to 2048 x 1080 @48 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @50 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @60 Hz
UDX-U-series: 1600 x 1200 @60 Hz
UDX-W-series: 1920 x 1200 @60 Hz
UDX-4k-series: 3840 x 2400 @60 Hz
CAUTION: The HDBaseT inputs can bridge a distance of 100 m but are sensitive to radiated
electromagnetic interference: radiated electromagnetic interference (e.g. from GSM or switching
inductive or capacitive loads) within the limits of electromagnetic compatibility requirements of 3 V/
m can cause random flashes or temporary loss of the projected image.
As such, shielded CAT-6 cables with metal RJ-45 connectors are recommended; choose cable
length no longer than required and route HDBT cable optimally screened from possible sources of
electromagnetic emission.
Input specifications – HDBaseT inputs
For readability, the video timings listed are summarized. For the full list of video timings, refer to the
appendices.
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Pixel rate
25 – 297 MHz pixel clock
Color space
•
•
•
YCbCr 4:2:2
YCbCr 4:4:4
RGB 4:4:4
Color depth
•
•
24 bpp
30 bpp
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36 bpp
HDCP support
HDCP 1.x supported on HDBaseT Input 1
Network support
Yes, on HDBaseT Input 1
For future release
•
•
Audio
not supported
Video timings
progressive2
Layout mode
Supported formats
Standard layout (1x1
layout)
•
•
•
•
•
•
Up to 4096 x 2160 @24 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @25 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @30 Hz
Up to 2048 x 1080 @48 Hz
Up to 2560 x 1600 @50 Hz
Up to 2560 x 1600 @60 Hz
2 Column mode (2x1
layout)
•
•
•
•
1920 x 2160 @50 Hz
1920 x 2160 @60 Hz
2048 x 2160 @50 Hz
2048 x 2400 @60 Hz
Native video timings •
•
•
3D support
Interlaced support
UDX-U-series: 1600 x 1200 @60 Hz
UDX-W-series: 1920 x 1200 @60 Hz
UDX-4k-series: 3840 x 2160 @60 Hz
CAUTION: In order to display high resolution images (e.g.: 3840 x 2160 @60 Hz) via the DP1.2
input, the quality of the cable must be adequate, in addition the length of the cable can also
influence the performance. In case there is an issue with one of these criteria the automatic linktraining initiated by the DP-standard may decide to switch to a lower resolution.
Input specifications – DisplayPort 1.2 input
For readability, the video timings listed are summarized. For the full list of video timings, refer to the
appendices.
Pixel rate
Up to 600 MHz pixel clock
Color space
•
•
•
YCbCr 4:2:2
YCbCr 4:4:4
RGB 4:4:4
Color depth
•
•
•
24 bpp
30 bpp
36 bpp
Data rate support
•
•
•
1.62 Gbps: Reduced Bit Rate (RBR)
2.7 Gbps: High Bit Rate (HBR)
5.4 Gbps: High Bit Rate 2 (HBR2)
HDCP support
HDCP 1.4
For future release
•
Audio
not supported
3D support
•
•
Video timings
progressive2
2D / 3D
Interlaced support
Field sequential 3D (Active 3D)
Passive 3D not supported on this board.
Layout Mode
Supported formats
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Native video
timings
2D
Standard layout (1x1
layout)
•
•
•
•
•
•
Up to 4096 x 2160 @24 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @30 Hz
Up to 2048 x 1080 @48 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @50 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @60 Hz
Up to 2560 x 1600 @120 Hz
Active
3D
Standard layout (1x1
layout)
•
•
•
1600 x 1200 @120 Hz
2560 x 1080 @120 Hz
2560 x 1600 @120 Hz
•
•
•
UDX-U-series: 1600 x 1200 @60 Hz
UDX-W-series: 1920 x 1200 @60 Hz
UDX-4k-series: 3840 x 2400 @60 Hz
6.5 Input source connections – Quad combo input
Mk I
Remark concerning the Mark 1 and Mark 2 boards
Due to mechanical and technical limitations of this input board, a new version of the Quad combo input board
has been created (Mark 2, see also “Input source connections – Quad combo input Mark II”, page 59). Due to
this, this board will miss functionality that has been implemented on the new board. These missing features
include:
•
•
•
Loop-through functionality
12G SDI support
Network connectivity on HDBaseT inputs
To upgrade your input board to the Mark 2 board, contact Barco.
Overview Mark 1 Quad Combo Input board
SDI IN
SDI IN/OUT
SEL
SYNC
SYNC
SEL
SEL
SEL
SEL
1
C
B
2
3
SEL
SEL
SYNC
SYNC
SYNC
SYNC
DP
A
SEL
SYNC
HDMI
SYNC
HDBT 2
HDBT 1
D
4
5
6
7
8
Image 6-10
1
2
3
4
Quad SDI channel A: 3G input
Quad SDI channel B: 3G input
Quad SDI channel C: 3G input
Quad SDI channel D: 3G input
5
6
7
8
DisplayPort Input
HDMI input
HDBaseT input 1
HDBaseT input 2
The yellow LED lights up when valid input sync is detected.
The green LED lights up when the input is selected.
Input specifications – SDI Inputs
For readability, the video timings listed are summarized. For the full list of video timings, refer to the
appendices.
3G SDI follows the SMPTE 425M standard Level A
HD-SDI follows the SMPTE 292M standard
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Color space
YCbCr
Color depth
10 bpc
Chroma sampling
4:2:2
Not supported3
•
•
•
•
•
Video timings
progressive4
Type
Port type
Format
HD-SDI
Single link
Quad link
Up to 1920 x 1080 @24 Hz
Up to 1920 x 1080 @25 Hz
Up to 1920 x 1080 @30 Hz
Up to 1280 x 720 @50 Hz
Up to 1280 x 720 @60 Hz
3G-SDI Level A
Single link
Quad link
Up to 2048 x 1080 @50 Hz
Up to 2048 x 1080 @60 Hz
3G-SDI
“BarcoLink”
Single link
Quad link
1920 x 1200 @50 Hz, @59.94 Hz and
@60 Hz.
Audio support
3D support
Interlaced support
Segmented frame support
Loop-through functionality
Input specifications – HDMI Input
For readability, the video timings listed are summarized. For the full list of video timings, refer to the
appendices.
Pixel rate
25 – 600 MHz pixel clock
HDCP support
•
•
•
HDCP 1.x
HDCP 2.2
RGB 4:4:4
Color space
•
•
•
•
YCbCr 4:2:0
YCbCr 4:2:2
YCbCr 4:4:4
RGB 4:4:4
Color depth
•
•
•
24 bpp
30 bpp
36 bpp
3D support
•
•
Field sequential 3D (Active 3D)
- Frame-packed
- Top Bottom progressive
- Side-by-side progressive
Passive 3D not supported.
For future release
•
Interlaced support
Audio
not supported
3:
4:
The Mark II board has support for
For the full list of video timings, see Appendix
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Video timings4
•
•
•
•
•
•
Native video timings •
•
•
Up to 4096 x 2160 @24 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @25 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @30 Hz
Up to 2048 x 1080 @48 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @50 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @60 Hz
UDX-U-series: 1600 x 1200 @60 Hz
UDX-W-series: 1920 x 1200 @60 Hz
UDX-4k-series: 3840 x 2400 @60 Hz
CAUTION: The HDBaseT inputs can bridge a distance of 100 m but are sensitive to radiated
electromagnetic interference: radiated electromagnetic interference (e.g. from GSM or switching
inductive or capacitive loads) within the limits of electromagnetic compatibility requirements of 3 V/
m can cause random flashes or temporary loss of the projected image.
As such, shielded CAT-6 cables with metal RJ-45 connectors are recommended; choose cable
length no longer than required and route HDBT cable optimally screened from possible sources of
electromagnetic emission.
Input specifications – HDBaseT inputs
For readability, the video timings listed are summarized. For the full list of video timings, refer to the
appendices.
Pixel rate
25 – 297 MHz pixel clock
Color space
•
•
•
YCbCr 4:2:2
YCbCr 4:4:4
RGB 4:4:4
Color depth
•
•
•
24 bpp
30 bpp
36 bpp
HDCP support
HDCP 1.x supported on HDBaseT Input 1
Network support
Yes, on HDBaseT Input 1
For future release
•
•
Audio
not supported
Video timings
progressive4
Layout mode
Supported formats
Standard layout (1x1
layout)
•
•
•
•
•
•
Up to 4096 x 2160 @24 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @25 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @30 Hz
Up to 2048 x 1080 @48 Hz
Up to 2560 x 1600 @50 Hz
Up to 2560 x 1600 @60 Hz
2 Column mode (2x1
layout)
•
•
•
•
1920 x 2160 @50 Hz
1920 x 2160 @60 Hz
2048 x 2160 @50 Hz
2048 x 2400 @60 Hz
Native video
timings
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•
•
3D support
Interlaced support
UDX-U-series: 1600 x 1200 @60 Hz
UDX-W-series: 1920 x 1200 @60 Hz
UDX-4k-series: 3840 x 2160 @60 Hz
Input & Communication
CAUTION: In order to display high resolution images (e.g.: 3840 x 2160 @60 Hz) via the DP1.2
input, the quality of the cable must be adequate, in addition the length of the cable can also
influence the performance. In case there is an issue with one of these criteria the automatic linktraining initiated by the DP-standard may decide to switch to a lower resolution.
Input specifications – DisplayPort 1.2 input
For readability, the video timings listed are summarized. For the full list of video timings, refer to the
appendices.
Pixel rate
Up to 600 MHz pixel clock
Color space
•
•
•
YCbCr 4:2:2
YCbCr 4:4:4
RGB 4:4:4
Color depth
•
•
•
24 bpp
30 bpp
36 bpp
Data rate support
•
•
•
1.62 Gbps: Reduced Bit Rate (RBR)
2.7 Gbps: High Bit Rate (HBR)
5.4 Gbps: High Bit Rate 2 (HBR2)
HDCP support
HDCP 1.4
For future release
•
Audio
not supported
3D support
•
•
Video timings
progressive4
2D / 3D
Layout Mode
Supported formats
2D
Standard layout (1x1
layout)
•
•
•
•
•
•
Up to 4096 x 2160 @24 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @30 Hz
Up to 2048 x 1080 @48 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @50 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @60 Hz
Up to 2560 x 1600 @120 Hz
Active
3D
Standard layout (1x1
layout)
•
•
•
1600 x 1200 @120 Hz
2560 x 1080 @120 Hz
2560 x 1600 @120 Hz
Native video
timings
•
•
•
Interlaced support
Field sequential 3D (Active 3D)
Passive 3D not supported on this board.
UDX-U-series: 1600 x 1200 @60 Hz
UDX-W-series: 1920 x 1200 @60 Hz
UDX-4k-series: 3840 x 2400 @60 Hz
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6.6 Input source connections – Quad DP 1.2 Input
board
Quad DP 1.2 Input board
SEL
DP A
SEL
SEL
DP B
SYNC
1
DP C
SYNC
2
3
SEL
DP D
SYNC
SYNC
4
Image 6-11
1
2
3
4
Quad DisplayPort channel A input
Quad DisplayPort channel B input
Quad DisplayPort channel C input
Quad DisplayPort channel D input
The yellow LED lights up when valid input sync is detected.
The green LED lights up when the input is selected.
Input specifications – DisplayPort 1.2 inputs
For readability, the video timings listed are summarized. For the full list of video timings, refer to the
appendices.
Pixel rate
Up to 600 MHz pixel clock
Color space
•
•
•
YCbCr 4:2:2
YCbCr 4:4:4
RGB 4:4:4
Color depth
•
•
•
24 bpp
30 bpp
36 bpp
Data rate support
•
•
•
1.62 Gbps: Reduced Bit Rate (RBR)
2.7 Gbps: High Bit Rate (HBR)
5.4 Gbps: High Bit Rate 2 (HBR2)
For future release
•
•
Interlaced support
HDCP 1.4
Audio
not supported
3D support
•
•
Video timings
progressive5
2D / 3D
Layout Mode
Supported formats
2D
Standard layout (1x1
layout)
•
•
•
•
•
•
5:
68
Field sequential 3D (Active 3D)
Passive stereoscopic 3D (Passive stereo) converted to active 3D
For the full list of video timings, see Appendix
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Up to 4096 x 2160 @30 Hz
Up to 2048 x 1080 @48 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @50 Hz
Up to 4096 x 2160 @60 Hz
Up to 2560 x 1600 @120 Hz
Input & Communication
Native video
timings
2D
2 column mode (2x1
layout)
•
•
•
•
•
1920 x 2160 @60 Hz
1920 x 2160 @120 Hz
1920 x 2400 @60 Hz
2048 x 2160 @60 Hz
2048 x 2160 @120 Hz
2D
4 quadrant mode (2x2
layout)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
960 x 1080 @120 Hz
960 x 1200 @120 Hz
1280 x 1080 @60 Hz
1280 x 1080 @120 Hz
1280 x 1600 @60 Hz
1280 x 1600 @120 Hz
1920 x 1080 @120 Hz
1920 x 1200 @120 Hz
2048 x 1080 @120 Hz
2D
4 column mode (4x1
layout)
•
•
•
960 x 2160 @120 Hz
960 x 2400 @120 Hz
1024 x 2160 @60 Hz
Active
3D
Standard layout (1x1
layout)
•
•
•
1600 x 1200 @120 Hz
2560 x 1080 @120 Hz
2560 x 1600 @120 Hz
Active
3D
2 column mode (2x1
layout)
1920 x 2160 @120 Hz
Active
3D
4 quadrant mode (2x2
layout)
•
•
•
1920 x 1080 @120 Hz
1920 x 1200 @120 Hz
2048 x 1080 @120 Hz
Active
3D
4 column mode (4x1
layout)
•
•
•
960 x 2160 @120 Hz
960 x 2400 @120 Hz
1024 x 2160 @120 Hz
Passive
stereo
Standard layout (1x1
layout)
3840 x 2160 @60 Hz
Passive
stereo
2 column mode (2x1
layout)
1920 x 2160 @60 Hz
•
•
•
UDX-U-series: 1600 x 1200 @60 Hz
UDX-W-series: 1920 x 1200 @60 Hz
UDX-4k-series: 3840 x 2400 @60 Hz
6.7 Input source connections – SFP Input Board
The Barco SFP Input Board has been designed and tested to work alongside the Barco SFP Output
Board.
However, it is possible that the SFP Input board can also work with other third-party devices that
support 12G over fiber. Due to the many third-party options available on the market, the input board
could not be tested for every option available.
SFP input board
To connect 12G SDI over fiber.
The input board is delivered without any connector. It is up to the customer to buy the necessary connectors,
transceivers and cables. These parts can be mounted on the indicated places on the front panel of the board.
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SEL
SEL
SYNC
SYNC
Opt A
Opt B
1
SFP A
SFP B
3
2
Image 6-12
1
2
3
Neutrik Duo optical connector or Neutrik Quad optical connector
Neutrik Duo optical connector or Neutrik Quad optical connector
2x12G SDI/10GE transceiver
Input specifications
For readability, the video timings listed are summarized. For the full list of video timings, refer to the
appendices.
Color space
YCbCr
Color depth
10 bpc
Chroma sampling
4:2:2
Audio support
not supported
Video timings
progressive6
Type
Port type
Format
HD-SDI
Single link
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
3G-SDI
Single link
1920 x 1080 @50 Hz and @60 Hz
1920 x 1200 @50 Hz, @59.94 Hz and
@60 Hz.
2048 x 1080 @50 Hz and @60 Hz
12G-SDI
Single link
3840 x 2160 @50 Hz and @60 Hz
4096 x 2160 @50 Hz and @60 Hz
3840 x 2400 @50 Hz, @59.94 and @60
Hz
6:
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Up to 1920 x 1080 @25 Hz
Up to 1920 x 1080 @30 Hz
Up to 1280 x 720 @50 Hz
Up to 1280 x 720 @60 Hz
Up to 1280 x 720 @24 Hz
Up to 1280 x 720 @30 Hz
Up to 1280 x 720 @25 Hz
Input & Communication
User case 1 : SFP+ transceiver + Fiber connection (integrated or separated)
3
2
1
Image 6-13
1
2
3
SFP input board
SFP+ fiber transceiver
Optional breakout Optical adapter
Barco delivers only the Fiber-Network input board and SFP+ fiber transceivers.
The customer has to buy the SFP+ transceiver and the optional breakout adapter or the fiber integrated cable.
1. Remove the plate covering the access to the SFP cages.
2. Insert the SFP+ transceivers
3. Connect the breakout adapter.
Use case 2: Neutrik OpticalCon Duo + SFP+ transceiver + internal fiber
5
2
3
4
1
Image 6-14
1
2
3
SFP input board
Neutrik OpticalCon DUO
Internal fiber cable
4
5
SFP+ fiber transceiver
Cable
Barco delivers only the Fiber-Network input board and SFP+ fiber transceivers.
The customer has to buy the SFP+ transceiver, the Neutrik OpticalCon Duo, the internal cable and cable.
1. Remove both plates covering the access to the Neutrik connector locations.
2. Mount the Neutrik OpticalCon Duo connectors.
3. Remove the plate covering the access to the SFP cage and insert the SFP+ transceivers.
Re-install the cover plate.
4. Mount the optical internal cables between the Neutrik connectors and the SFP+ transceivers.
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Use case 3: Neutrik OpticalCon Quad + SFP+ transceiver + internal fiber
5
2
3
4
1
Image 6-15
1 SFP input board
4 SFP+ fiber transceiver
2 Neutrik OpitcalCon Quad
5 Advanced quad cable
3 Internal fiber cable
Barco delivers only the Fiber-Network input board and SFP+ fiber transceivers.
The customer has to buy the SFP+ transceiver, the Neutrik OpticalCon Quad, the internal cable and cable.
1. Remove one plate covering the access to a Neutrik connector location.
2. Mount the Neutrik OpticalCon Quad connector.
3. Remove the plate covering the access to the SFP cage and insert the SFP+ transceivers.
Re-install the cover plate.
4. Mount the optical internal cables between the Neutrik connector and the SFP+ transceivers.
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Use case 4: Loop-through mode
1
6
2
3
4
5
Image 6-16
1
2
3
SFP input board
Neutrik OpticalCon Duo
Neutrik OpticalCon Quad
4
5
6
Internal fiber cable
SFP+ fiber transceiver
Advanced Quad cable
Barco delivers only the Fiber-Network input board and SFP+ fiber transceiver.
The customer has to buy the SFP+ transceivers, both Neutrik connectors, the internal cable and the cable.
1. Remove both plates covering the access to a Neutrik connector locations.
2. Mount the Neutrik OpticalCon Quad connector and the Neutrik OpticalCon Duo.
3. Remove the plate covering the access to the SFP cage and insert the SFP+ transceivers.
Re-install the cover plate.
4. Mount the fiber internal cables between the Neutrik OpticalCon Quad and the SFP+ transceivers.
5. Mount the fiber internal cables between the Neutrik OpticalCon Quad and the Neutrik OpticalCon Duo.
6.8 Communication connections
Communication Panel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Image 6-17
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
WIFI antenna for wireless IP (optional)
12V 1A output
Firmware update / USB download log files
10/100 base-T for external control over IP
and Art-Net
DMX interface input
DMX interface output
XLR input for wired projector control
8 RS232 for serial communication
9 Sync Out 3D
10 Sync In 3D
11 Status lights
12 IR receive sensor
13 GSM antenna input (optional)
12 V output
12 V output, maximum 1 A, available when projector is not in stand by.
DMX interface
DMX is used as communication bus between different devices in the light technic. Each device has an input
and an output, so that the bus can be looped between the different devices. According the standard a five wire
cable with XLR connector is used.
You can use the DMX input port to connect a DMX device (DMX console) to the projector. This way you can
control the projector from that DMX device (console). The DMX output port can be connected with the next
device in the loop.
Pin
Description
1
Earth
2
Cold
3
Hot
4
Return - (or not used)
5
Return + (or not used)
DMX
DMX-512 Lighting protocol over RS-485 interface. Carries information of 512 channels from a
lighting controller to lighting devices. Standardized by USITT.
RS232/RS422 input
The communication interface of the UDX series projector supports RS232 and RS422 serial communication
on two different types of input connectors, a Sub-D connector and an USB connector acting as RS input when
connected to an USB input of a PC.
You can use the RS232/RS422 input to connect a local PC to your UDX series projector. By this way you can
configure and control your projector from your local PC.
Advantages of using RS232/RS422 serial communication:
•
•
•
•
•
•
easy adjustment of the projector via PC (or MAC).
allow storage of multiple projector configurations and set ups.
wide range of control possibilities.
address range from 0 to 255.
sending data to the projector (update).
copying data from the projector (backup).
RS232/422 input (Sub-D) port
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Pin
Description
1
DCD : Data Carrier Detect
2
RXD- : Receive Data
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Pin
Description
3
TXD- : Transmitted Data
4
DTR : Data Terminal Ready [RS232]
TXD+ : Transmitted Data [RS422]
5
GND : Ground
6
DSR : Data Set Ready [RS232]
RXD+ : Received Data [RS422]
7
— (not connected) —
8
CTS : Clear To Send
9
RI : Ring Indicator
RS232
An Electronic Industries Association (EIA) serial digital interface standard specifying the
characteristics of the communication path between two devices using either D-SUB 9 pins or DSUB 25 pins connectors. This standard is used for relatively short-range communications and does
not specify balanced control lines. RS-232 is a serial control standard with a set number of
conductors, data rate, word length and type of connector to be used. The standard specifies
component connection standards with regard to computer interface. It is also called RS-232-C,
which is the third version of the RS-232 standard, and is functionally identical to the CCITT V.24
standard. Logical '0' is > + 3V, Logical '1' is < - 3V. The range between -3V and +3V is the transition
zone.
RS422
An EIA serial digital interface standard that specifies the electrical characteristics of balanced
(differential) voltage, digital interface circuits. This standard is usable over longer distances than
RS-232. This signal governs the asynchronous transmission of computer data at speeds of up to
920,000 bits per second. It is also used as the serial port standard for Macintosh computers. When
the difference between the 2 lines is < - 0.2V that equals with a logical '0'. When the difference is >
+0.2V that equals to a logical '1'..
USB port
The communication interface is equipped with a master USB port, type “A” connector. This USB port will
simplify the service procedures for firmware updates or for downloading the log files without a network
connection.
If the only file on the USB device is the firmware file (a “*.fw” file), the projector will automatically start one of
the following processes.
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cornet<version nr>.fw: The projector will upgrade or downgrade, depending on the version number.
LogExtractor.fw: The log files will be downloaded.
Make sure that any used USB-stick is FAT32 compatible and contains no other files or folders.
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6.9 LED and Button indication chart
Button Backlight Status
Button
Standby button
Shutter button
Color status
Blinking WHITE (slow)
Description
Blinking WHITE (fast)
Firmware upgrade
Solid WHITE
Projector is in Standby mode
Blinking BLUE
Projector goes to ON mode
Solid BLUE
Projector is ON
Blinking RED
Error condition
Off (no color)
Projector is OFF, starts up, or is in
Standby mode.
Solid WHITE
Projector is ON, shutter is open
Solid RED
Projector is ON, shutter is closed
Color status
Off
Description
Projector powers up
RED
Projector is in Standby
ORANGE
Projector is Ready
GREEN
Projector is on
Off
Light source is off
RED
No light source detected
ORANGE
Light source is on in ECO mode
GREEN
Light source is on in normal mode
GREEN-ORANGE
Light source is on in CLO mode
Off
RED toggles on/off
No error
Error
ORANGE toggles on/off
Warning
RED
IR signal received
GREEN
IR signal acknowledged
Projector starts up (booting)
LED Status
LED
PWR (power LED)
LIGHT (Illumination LED)
ERR (error LED)
IR
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Regulatory information for US and Canada can be accessed in the OSD of the projector. In order
access it, select System Settings → Regulatory Information → Country.
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7.1 Compliance FCC
Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement
You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the part responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation of the device.
FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement:
1. This Transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
2. This equipment complies with RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment.
This equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum distance of 20 cm between the radiator
and your body.
FCC ID: 2AOUF-R8767900X
7.2 Compliance IC
Radio Frequency (RF) exposure information
This equipment (IC 23575-R8767900X) complies with IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment.
This equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum distance of 20 centimeters between the
radiator and your body.
Industry Canada statement
This device complies with Industry Canada's license-exempt RSSs
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. this device may not cause interference, and
2. this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the
device.
Operation in the band 5150-5250 MHz is only for indoor use to reduce the potential for harmful interference to
co-channel mobile satellite systems. For the frequency 5600-5650 MHz, no operation is permitted".
Industry Canada class A emission compliance statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
Canadian ICES-003.
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These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment
is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Informations concernant l’exposition aux fréquences radio (RF)
Cet équipement (IC 23575-R8767900X) est conforme aux limites d'exposition aux rayonnements IC établies
pour un environnement non contrôlé.
Cet équipement doit être installé et utilisé avec un minimum de 20 cm de distance entre la source de
rayonnement et votre corps.
Avis d’industrie Canada
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de
licence.
L'exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes:
1. l'appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et
2. l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est
susceptible d'en compromettre le fonctionnement.
La bande 5 150-5 250 MHz est réservés uniquement pour une utilisation à l'intérieur afin de réduire les
risques de brouillage préjudiciable aux systèmes de satellites mobiles utilisant les mêmes canaux.
Pour la fréquence 5600-5650 MHz, aucune opération est autorisée
Avis de conformité a la réglementation d'Industrie Canada
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme a la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
7.3 Installation of the WiFi module
WARNING: The procedures below may only be performed by Barco trained and qualified
technicians.
CAUTION: Always wear a wrist band which is connected to the ground while handling the
electrostatic discharge (ESD) sensitive parts.
After the installation, the WiFi module needs to be configured.
Required tools
Phillips screwdriver PH1
How to install
1.
Remove the Communication board.
2.
Remove the drive fastener (D) from the front side of the Communication module.
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Image 7-1
3.
Plug in the antenna wire connector on the WIFI module. Ensure to use bottom connection.
Image 7-2
4.
Place the WiFi module (2) upon the plastic socket (1). Note that the plastic socket is provided with two
positioning pins which fits the small holes of the WiFi module.
5.
Press the plastic cover (3) upon the plastic socket containing the WIFI module as illustrated.
3
2
1
Image 7-3
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Install the WiFi assembly on the Communication board as illustrated. Use four screws (4) and 4 nuts (5) to
secure the WiFi assembly.
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5
Image 7-4
7.
Install the data wire by plugging in the electrical connectors (connector J327, reference 1).
1
Image 7-5
8.
Position the antenna (7) in the hole on the front side of the Communication module.
9.
Secure the antenna wire by installing the lock washer and nut (8).
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8
Image 7-6
10.
Turn on the antenna (9).
9
Image 7-7
11.
Stick the black label with certification numbers on the front plate of the communication board.
Image 7-8: Example of the black label on the communication board
12.
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Reinsert the communication board.
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7.4 Installation of the GSM module
WARNING: The procedures below may only be performed by Barco trained and qualified
technicians.
CAUTION: Always wear a wrist band which is connected to the ground while handling the
electrostatic discharge (ESD) sensitive parts.
About the two antenna connectors
While the GSM module has two antenna connectors, only one of them can be used: the main RF antenna
(reference 2, Image 7-9).
The secondary antenna (reference 1) is an RX diversity antenna, but is not enabled when the GSM module is
plugged into the communication module.
1
2
Image 7-9: Overview GSM module
1
2
RX Diversity antenna (DIV)
Main RF antenna (ANT)
Required tools
Phillips screwdriver PH1
Required parts
SIM card (not delivered)
How to install
1.
Remove the Communication board.
2.
Remove the drive fastener (1) from the front side of the Communication module.
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Image 7-10
3.
Slide in the SIM card into the SIM card holder (2).
Ensure that the truncated corner of the SIM card is facing the edge of the module (3).
3
2
Image 7-11
4.
Plug in the antenna wire connector on the front side of the GSM module (4).
4
4
Image 7-12
5.
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Insert the GSM module with antenna wire into the connector (5). Push the other side of the module down until
it clicks so that the module is secured (6).
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5
Image 7-13
6.
Push the antenna connector through the hole in the front plate and secure the antenna wire by installing the
lock washer and nut (7).
7
8
Image 7-14
7.
Install the antenna by screwing it on its base (8).
8.
Stick the black label with certification numbers on the front plate of the communication board.
Image 7-15: Example of the black label on the communication board
9.
Reinsert the communication board.
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Laser range finder &
camera kit
Purpose of the laser range finder & camera kit
Barco provides a kit with a laser range finder and USB camera to help measure the distance from the front of
the projector to the projected surface. And this by the simple press of a button.
This kit is specifically made for the UDX and thus cannot be used for other equipment.
How to use the laser range finder
Place the projector with laser range finder and point it towards the desired projected surface.
Press the push button to activate the laser and read the distance from the display. The laser will be active for
30 seconds.
In order to switch the unit of measurement, press the push button for 3 seconds. You can choose between
meters and feet.
WARNING: Laser Radiation — Do not stare into laser ranging beam, Class 2 IEC EN 60825-1:2014
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8.1 Overview
Content of the kit
The laser range finder & camera kit contains the following:
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•
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Laser range finder & camera assembly
2 Allen screws (M4 x 6)
A new cover plate for the UDX front cover
Battery holder (optional)
2 Torx screws (M3 x 8 T10)
The battery holder is fit for 2 AA batteries. These batteries are not included in the kit.
Overview laser range finder & camera assembly
1
3
2
4
8
7
6
5
Image 8-1
1
2
3
4
Range finder adjustment screws
USB connector camera
USB connector laser range finder
Connector battery holder
5
6
7
8
Range finder push button
Range finder display
Laser range finder
Camera
Overview new cover plate
The front side of the cover plate is painted black with a removable protective foil to protect it. The back side of
the cover plate is painted black and has an adhesive placed on it.
1
2
3
4
5
Image 8-2
1
2
3
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IR (Infra-Red) filter
Hole for Range finder push button
Clear part for range finder display
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Clearance for laser range finder
Clearance for camera
Laser range finder & camera kit
8.2 Installing the laser range finder
Required tools
•
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Allen wrench 3 mm
Torx wrench T10
Required parts
•
•
The laser range finder & camera kit
AA batteries (2 pieces, not included in the kit)
Replacing the cover plate
1.
Remove the front cover. See “Removal of the front cover”, page 108.
2.
Carefully push the old cover plate out of the front cover.
Image 8-3
3.
Remove the adhesive from the new cover plate and carefully mount it on the front cover as illustrated.
Image 8-4
Note: Make sure the cover is mounted in such a way that the darker IR filter is on the left side and the
clear windows are on the right side.
4.
Once the cover plate is properly installed, remove the protective foil on the front side.
Mounting the laser range finder
1.
Mount the laser range finder assembly as illustrated. Use a 3 mm Allen wrench.
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1
Image 8-5: Mounting the laser range finder assembly onto the UDX
2.
Use the USB cable on the front side of the projector labeled “2” (reference 1, Image 8-5) and plug it in the USB
connector of the camera (reference 2, Image 8-1).
3.
Use the USB cable on the front side of the projector labeled “3” (reference 2, Image 8-5) and plug it in the USB
connector of the laser range finder (reference 3, Image 8-1).
4.
If you want to install the optional battery holder, remove the left cover. See “Removal of the left cover”, page
108.
5.
Mount the battery holder as illustrated. Use a T10 Torx wrench to tighten the two screws.
Image 8-6: Mounting the battery holder
6.
Connect the plug of the battery holder to the connector of the laser range finder assembly (reference 1,
Image 8-1).
7.
Place two AA batteries in the battery holder.
Finishing the installation
1.
If the battery holder was installed, mount the left cover. See “Mounting the left cover”, page 110.
2.
Mount the front cover with the new cover plate. See “Mounting the front cover”, page 110.
8.3 Adjusting the laser range finder
Required tools
Phillips screwdriver PH1
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Adjusting the laser range finder
1.
Make sure your projector is mounted perpendicular to the screen. For more info, see “Alignment of a table
mounted projector”, page 42.
2.
Turn off the light source and activate the laser ranging. Test to see if the laser range goes similarly
perpendicular to the screen as the light source did.
3.
If not, manipulate the three adjustment screws of the laser range finder (reference 1, Image 8-7) clockwise or
counterclockwise in order to adjust the laser source. Use a PH1 Phillips screwdriver to adjust the adjustment
screws.
1
Image 8-7: Location of the adjustment screws.
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How to control the projector ?
The projector can be controlled by the local keypad, by the remote control unit or by browser application.
Location of the local keypad ?
The local keypad is located on the input side of the projector.
Remote control functions.
This remote control includes a battery powered infrared (IR) transmitter that allows the user to control the
projector remotely. This remote control is used for source selection, control, adaptation and set up.
Other functions of the remote control are :
• switching between stand by and operational mode.
• switching to "pause" (blanked picture, full power for immediate restarting)
• direct access to all connected sources.
Overview
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•
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Power on projector
Switching to standby
Power off projector
Using the RCU
Projector Address
Quick setup via Direct access
Software update
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9.1 Power on projector
How to power on
1.
Press the mains switch at the side of the projector to switch on this projector.
Image 9-1: Mains switch
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•
When '0' is pressed, the projector is switched off.
When 'I' is pressed, the projector is switched on.
The projector starts up to standby mode. The Power on/off button will blink until standby mode is achieved.
Once in standby mode, the Power on/off button will be lit WHITE, but the display will be off.
2.
Press the Power on/off button on the projector, or the Power On button on the remote control.
The projector will continue to power on mode. The Power on/off button will blink until the projector is ready.
Once the projector is ready, the Power button will be lit BLUE.
The start up screen is displayed on the touch panel and when fully started up, it changes to the overview
screen.
1
2
Image 9-2
The current mains input voltage is indicated on the voltmeter just above the power switch.
The background image of the startup screen and info screens can be changed with Projector
Toolset with an installed UDX plug-in.
Status overview
Once the projector is started, press Status to get an overview of parameters such as :
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Device serial number and article number
Current firmware version and model name
Current illumination (in percentage)
Projector runtime in hours
Uptime in hours
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Chosen source
Current resolution and refresh rate
Chosen communication method and IP address (if connected)
Active functions
Starting image projection
1.
Make sure the available sources are connected to the appropriate input ports.
Tip: If properly connected, the “SYNC” LED will light up ORANGE.
2.
Press the Input Selection button on the keypad or on the remote control until:
•
•
the LED of the selected source (the “SEL” LED) lit up GREEN, and
the image of the selected source is projected.
1
2
Image 9-3
9.2 Switching to standby
How to switch to standby
1.
Press and hold the Power on/off button for 3 seconds on the local keypad, or press the Power Off button on
the remote control.
The projector goes to standby mode. The after-cooling cycle will start (about 30 seconds). During this period
the Power on/off button will blink. Once the after-cooling cycle has ended, the projector will be in standby
mode and the Power on/off button will be lit WHITE.
3s
30 s
Image 9-4
9.3 Power off projector
CAUTION: This procedure assumes the projector is in standby mode.
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How to power off
1.
Switch off the projector with the mains switch. '0' must be pressed.
Image 9-5
2.
Unplug the power cord from the projector.
9.4 Using the RCU
Pointing to the reflective screen
1.
Point the front of the RCU to the reflective screen surface.
Image 9-6: IR control via reflective screen
Hardwired to the XLR input
1.
Plug one end of the remote cable in the connector on the bottom of the RCU.
2.
Plug the other end in the big connector on the communication interface of the projector, labelled ‘Remote
CTRL’.
Note: Plugging the remote control will switch the broadcast address of the remote control to the
default value '0'. This is the only broadcast address that will work when hardwired. If you want to
change the broadcast address after disconnecting the remote control, see “Projector Address”, page
97.
Pointing directly to the IR sensor
When using the wireless remote control, make sure you are within the effective operating distance (30 m, 100
ft in a straight line). The remote control unit will not function properly if strong light strikes the sensor window or
if there are obstacles between the remote control unit and the projector IR sensor.
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45°
45°
45°
45°
45°
45°
Image 9-7: RCU to one of the IR sensors
Using the RCU in combination with a 3D emitter
When using a 3D emitter that radiates IR beams (e. g. the optional 3D emitter that Barco provides), the IR
beams of the 3D emitter may interfere with the IR communication between projector and the RCU.
If such interference occurs, connect the RCU to the projector using the remote cable with XLR connector. It is
also be advised to turn the IR receivers of the projector off to avoid the 3D emitter interference. The IR
receivers can be turned off in the GUI: System Settings” → “Communication” →“IR Control “.
9.5 Projector Address
Projector address
Address installed in the projector to be individually controlled.
Broadcast address
Projector will always execute the command coming from a RCU programmed with that broadcast
address.
9.5.1 Controlling the projector
Why a projector address?
As more than one projector can be installed in a room, each projector should be separately addressable with
an RCU or computer. Therefore each projector has its own address.
Set up an individual Projector Address
The set up of a projector address can be done via the software.
Projector controlling
When the address is set, the projector can be controlled now:
• with the RCU: only for addresses between 1 and 31.
Broadcast Address
Every projector has a broadcast (common) address '0' or '1'. The default address is '0'.
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The choice between '0' and '1' can be selected in the GUI: “System Settings” → “Communication” →“IR Control
“.
Placing new batteries in the remote control or plugging the remote to a projector via a cable will
automatically reset the address back to its default value '0'.
9.6 Quick setup via Direct access
Quick source selection
1.
Press the Input button on the remote control or local keypad.
I
I
Image 9-8
The Source selection menu opens on the LCD display.
Image 9-9: Input selection
2.
Use the arrow keys to select the desired source.
Quick test pattern selection
1.
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Press the Test pattern button on the remote control or local keypad.
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P
Image 9-10
The Test pattern menu opens on the LCD display.
2.
Use the arrow keys to select the desired test pattern.
9.7 Software update
CAUTION: Make sure not to power off or unplug the projector while the software update is going on.
How to update the software
1.
Power on the projector. Wait until the Power on/off button is lit white or blue.
2.
Download and install the latest version of Projector Toolset for Pulse. The program can be downloaded for free
from Barco's website, (URL: http://www.barco.com). Click on myBarco and log n to get access to secured
information. Registration is necessary.
If you are not yet registered, click on New to myBarco and follow the instructions. With the created login and
password, it is possible to log in where you can download the software.
3.
Download the latest firmware (format .fw) from Barco's website in the same way as for Projector Toolset.
4.
Start Projector Toolset and make a connection with the projector. For more information, see the Projector
Toolset user guide.
5.
Select tab Update settings.
6.
Fill out the path to the update file (1)
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Image 9-11: Update Pulse projector
or
click on the path selection icon (2) to open a browser window.
7.
Browse to the desired update package (format .fw) and click Select Update Package.
The path will be filled out in the input field next to Update File.
8.
Click Update (3).
The update starts. This action can take a long time. A message is displayed.
9.
Click Yes to continue (4).
The update file will be transferred to the projector and installed. The projector will reboot.
A message is displayed. Click Ok to clear the message.
How to update the software if the projector isn't connected to the network
1.
Power on the projector. Wait until the Power on/off button is either lit white or blue.
2.
Download the latest firmware file ( format .fw) from Barco's website. The firmware can be downloaded for free
from Barco's website, (URL: http://www.barco.com). Click on myBarco and log in to get access to secured
information. Registration is necessary.
If you are not yet registered, click on New to myBarco and follow the instructions. With the created login and
password, it is possible to log in where you can download the software.
3.
Place the firmware file on a clean USB flash drive.
Note: Make sure the flash drive is FAT32 compatible & no other files are on the flash drive.
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Plug the flash drive in the USB port on the Communication Panel.
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The update file will be transferred to the projector and installed. The projector will reboot when completed.
Take note that the update process can take a long time to complete.
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About this chapter
This chapter contains general maintenance procedures.
Overview
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Cleaning the lens
Cleaning the exterior of the projector
Replacement of the metal dust filters
Replacement of the synthetic air filter
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10.1 Cleaning the lens
To minimize the possibility of damage to optical coatings, or scratches to lens surfaces follow the
cleaning procedure as described here precisely.
Required tools
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•
•
•
Compressed air
Clean micro fiber lens cleaning cloth (e.g. Toraysee® cloth(s))
Clean cotton cloth
Lens cleaner (e.g. ZEISS lens cleaner, Purosol™ or other water based lens cleaner products)
How to clean the lens?
1.
Blow off dust with clean compressed air (or pressurized air cans7) .
2.
Clean with lens cleaner together with a clean lens cleaning cloth to remove the dust and contamination. Use
big wipes in one single direction.
Warning: Do not wipe back and forwards across the lens surface as this tends to grind dirt into the
coating.
3.
Use a dry lens cleaning cloth to remove left liquid or stripes. Polish with small circles.
4.
If there are still fingerprints on the surface, wipe them off with lens cleaner together with a clean lens cleaning
cloth. Polish again with a dry one.
If smears occur when cleaning lenses, replace the cloth. Smears are the first indication of a dirty
cloth.
10.2 Cleaning the exterior of the projector
How to clean the exterior of the projector ?
1.
Switch off the projector and unplug the projector from the mains power net.
2.
Clean the housing of the projector with a damp cloth. Stubborn stains may be removed with a cloth lightly
dampened with a mild detergent solution.
10.3 Replacement of the metal dust filters
CAUTION: The high density filter must be replaced on a regular basis, depending on the
environment conditions of the projector.
WARNING: Switch off the projector and unplug the power cord before starting the procedure.
Required tools
•
•
Vacuum cleaner
Compressed air
Required parts
Metal air filters
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How to replace the small air filter
1.
Remove the light processor cover. See “Removal of the left cover”, page 108.
2.
Locate the metal filter on the inside of the cover.
3.
Push both filter holders to the outside and flip the filter out of the holder as illustrated.
Image 10-1: Small metal filter replacement
4.
Remove the filter and clean it.
5.
Install either the cleaned filter or a new filter (if the old one is no longer usable).
Caution: Take notice of the air flow direction of the filter (made visible by a label). Make sure the arrow
points towards the inside of the projector.
6.
Install the light processor cover again. See “Mounting the left cover”, page 110.
How to replace the large air filter
1.
Remove the small top cover. See “Removal of the small top cover”, page 109.
2.
Push both filter holders to the outside and flip the filter out of the holder as illustrated.
Image 10-2: Small top cover filter replacement
3.
Remove the filter and clean it.
4.
Install either the cleaned filter or a new filter (if the old one is no longer usable).
Caution: Take notice of the air flow direction of the filter (made visible by a label). Make sure the arrow
points towards the inside of the projector.
5.
Install the small top cover again. See “Mounting the small top cover”, page 111.
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Clean the metal dust filters
1.
Remove most contamination with a vacuum cleaner.
2.
Blow remaining dust away with compressed air in an other room or outside.
If you cannot clean the filter anymore, insert a new one.
10.4 Replacement of the synthetic air filter
WARNING: Switch off the projector and unplug the power cord before starting the procedure.
Required parts
New synthetic filter
How to remove
1.
Remove the front cover. See “Removal of the front cover”, page 108.
2.
Push both filter holders to the outside and flip the filter out of the holder as illustrated.
Image 10-3: Remove old filter
3.
Remove the filter and insert a new one.
Caution: Take notice of the air flow direction of the filter (made visible by a label). Make sure the arrow
points towards the inside of the projector.
4.
Install the front cover. See “Mounting the front cover”, page 110
CAUTION: Never clean the filter. Always replace with a new one.
CAUTION: Never use the projector with removed filters !
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projector covers
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Overview
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Removal of the front cover
Removal of the left cover
Removal of the back cover
Removal of the small top cover
Mounting the front cover
Mounting the left cover
Mounting the back cover
Mounting the small top cover
About this chapter
Most maintenance and service procedures demand removing one or more of the projector covers to gain
access to the parts to maintain or to service.
The procedures in this chapter describe, with detailed step by step actions and illustrations, how to remove or
install the projector covers.
WARNING: Always switch off the projector and unplug the power cord before removing one of the
covers, unless otherwise stated.
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11.1 Removal of the front cover
Required tools
7 mm flat screw driver
How to remove
1.
Remove the lens. See “Lens removal”, page 49.
2.
Release the three captive screws (reference 1).
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Image 11-1: Front cover removal
3.
Remove the front cover.
11.2 Removal of the left cover
Required tools
7 mm flat screw driver
How to remove
1.
Loosen the four captive screws (reference 1) of the light processor cover. Use a 7 mm flat screwdriver.
2.
Remove the cover from the projector.
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Image 11-2: Removal of the left cover (light processor side)
11.3 Removal of the back cover
Required tools
7 mm flat screw driver
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How to remove
1.
Loosen the captive three screws (reference 1) of the backside of the projector. Use a 7 mm flat screwdriver.
2.
Remove the cover from the projector.
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Image 11-3: Remove back cover
11.4 Removal of the small top cover
Required tools
7 mm flat screw driver
How to remove
1.
Loosen the two captive screws (reference 1) of the small top cover at the back side of the projector.
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Image 11-4
Caution: Only loosen the captive screws at the backside of the projector. It is not necessary to loosen
the captive screws at the front side of the top cover.
2.
Flip the small cover open and remove it carefully.
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Image 11-5: Flip the small top cover
11.5 Mounting the front cover
Required tools
7 mm flat screw driver
How to mount
1.
Place the front cover on its place, with the filter facing the projector.
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Image 11-6: Mount front cover
2.
Fasten the three captive screws (reference 1).
3.
Mount the lens again. See “Lens installation”, page 47.
11.6 Mounting the left cover
Required tools
7 mm flat screw driver
How to mount
1.
Place the cover on its place, with the grating of the filter facing the backside of the projector.
Caution: Do NOT try to fasten the cover while holding it upside down (with the filter facing the front
side). This WILL damage the projector.
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Image 11-7: Mount left cover (light processor side)
2.
Fasten the four captive screws (reference 1).
11.7 Mounting the back cover
Required tools
7 mm flat screw driver
How to mount
1.
Place the back cover on the backside of the projector.
1
Image 11-8: Mount back cover
2.
Fasten the three captive screws (reference 1).
11.8 Mounting the small top cover
Required tools
7 mm flat screw driver
How to mount
1.
Slide the small top cover into the gapes of the large top cover (reference 1, Image 11-9).
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1
2
Image 11-9
2.
Flip down the cover, so that the captive screws nicely fit the inserts (reference 2).
3.
Fasten the two captive screws (reference 1, Image 11-9).
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Image 11-10
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About this chapter
This chapter gives an overview of the specification of the UDX projector as well as the dimensions and the
center of gravity.
Overview
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Specifications of the UDX-4K40
Specifications of the UDX-4K32
Specifications of the UDX-4K22
Specifications of the UDX-W40
Specifications of the UDX-W32
Specifications of the UDX-W26
Specifications of the UDX-W22
Specifications of the UDX-U40
Specifications of the UDX-U32
Dimensions of a UDX
Dimensions of the rigging frame
Dimensions of the flight case
Technical Regulations
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A.1 Specifications of the UDX-4K40
Specifications
114
Projector type
4K UHD 3-chip DLP digital projector
Technology
0.9 DMD™ x3
Resolution
3,840 x 2,400 (4K UHD) / 2,560 x 1,600 (native) / 5,120 x 3,200
(processing)
Brightness
37,500 (WQ)/36,500 (4K UHD) center lumens // 36,500 (WQ)/35,500 (4K
UHD) ansi lumen // 40,000 ISO
Contrast ratio
2,000:1
Brightness uniformity
95%
Aspect ratio
16:10
ScenergiX
Horizontal and vertical edge blending
Lenses
TLD+ 0.37, 0.65-0.85, 0.8-1.16:1 ; 1.25-1.6:1 ; 1.5-2.0:1 ; 2.0-2.8:1 ; 2.84.5:1 ; 4.5-7.5:1 ; 7.5-11.5:1
Optical lens shift
Vertical between -100% to +130%, depending on lens
Horizontal up to +/- 40%, depending on lens
Motorized zoom and focus (with lens memory on TLD lenses)
Motorized lens shift (with position memory on all lenses)
Color correction
P7
Light source
laser phosphor with inorganic phosphor wheel
Light source lifetime
20,000 hrs
Optical dowser
Digital
Picture-in-picture
Two sources simultaneously
Orientation
360°
Sealed DLP™ core
standard
DMX 512
standard
WARP
Direct adjust OSD + toolset
Image processing
Embedded warp & blend
Keystone correction
Yes
Integrated web server
Yes
CLO (constant light output)
Standard
3D
Active eye wear (optional), passive circular (optional); 2 flash up to 240Hz*
Inputs
Single HDBaseT; HDMI2.0 (HDCP2.2, HDR10); DP 1.2 (HDCP 1.3); Quad
3G/12G SDI / BarcoLink Ultra
Optional Inputs
Quad DP1.2, Fiber SFP input
Input resolutions
From NTSC up to 4K (4,096 x 2,160)
refresh rates:
24hz to 120hz 4K/4KUHD (4096 x 2160/ 3860 x 2400) to 240hz WQXGA
(2560 x 1600)
Max. pixel clock
600 MHz
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Specifications
Software tools
Projector Toolset + Android** app + iOS** app
Control
XLR wired + IR, RS232, Wifi** (opt), GSM** (opt)
Network connection
10/100 base-T, RJ-45 connection, Wifi** (optional)
Power requirements
120-160 V (reduced power) / 200-240V (+/- 10%), 20A, 50-60Hz
Max. power consumption
3750W
Noise level (typical at 25°C/
77°F)
58dB(A)
Operational ambient
temperature
0-40°C / 32°-104°F (reduce power >35°C)
Operational humidity
0-80% (non condens)
Dissipation BTU
Max. 12,795 BTU/h
Dimensions (WxLxH)
660 x 830 x 350 mm / 25.98 x 32.67 x 13.77 inches
Shipping Dimensions
(WxLxH) 800 x 1,200 x 685 mm / 31.49 x 47.24 x 26.96 inches
Weight
92kg (202 lbs)/shipping weight from factory: 110kg (242 lbs)
Standard accessories
Power cord, wireless/XLR wired rugged remote control
Certifications
Compliant with UL60950-1 and EN60950-1 complies with FCC rules &
regulations, part 15 Class A and CE EN55032 Class A, Rohs
Warranty
3 years
A.2 Specifications of the UDX-4K32
Specifications
Projector type
4K UHD 3-chip DLP digital projector
Technology
0.9" DMD™ x3
Resolution
3,840 x 2,400 (4K UHD) / 2,560 x 1,600 (native) / 5,120 x 3,200
(processing)
Brightness
31,000 (WQ)/30,000 (4K UHD) center lumens* // 30,000 (WQ)/29,000 (4K
UHD) ansi lumens // 33,000 ISO
Contrast ratio
2,000:1
Brightness uniformity
95%
Aspect ratio
16:10
ScenergiX
Horizontal and vertical edge blending
Lenses
TLD+ 0.37, 0.65-0.85, 0.8-1.16:1 ; 1.25-1.6:1 ; 1.5-2.0:1 ; 2.0-2.8:1 ; 2.84.5:1 ; 4.5-7.5:1 ; 7.5-11.5:1
Optical lens shift
Vertical between -100% to +130%, depending on lens
Horizontal up to +/- 40%, depending on lens
Motorized zoom and focus (with lens memory on TLD lenses)
Motorized lens shift (with position memory on all lenses)
Color correction
P7
Light source
laser phosphor with inorganic phosphor wheel
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Light source lifetime
25,000 hrs
Optical dowser
Digital
Picture-in-picture
Two sources simultaneously
Orientation
360°
Sealed DLP™ core
standard
DMX 512
standard
WARP
Direct adjust OSD + toolset
Image processing
Embedded warp & blend
Keystone correction
Yes
Integrated web server
Yes
CLO (constant light output)
Standard
3D
Active eye wear (optional), passive circular (optional); 2 flash up to 200Hz*
Inputs
Single HDBaseT; HDMI2.0 (HDCP2.2, HDR10); DP 1.2 (HDCP 1.3); Quad
3G/12G SDI / BarcoLink
Optional Inputs
Quad DP1.2
Input resolutions
From NTSC up to 4K (4,096 x 2,160)
refresh rates:
24hz to 120hz 4K/4KUHD (4096 x 2160/ 3860 x 2400) to 240hz WQXGA
(2560 x 1600)
Max. pixel clock
600 MHz
Software tools
Projector Toolset + Android** app + iOS** app
Control
XLR wired + IR, RS232, Wifi** (opt), GSM** (opt)
Network connection
10/100 base-T, RJ-45 connection, Wifi** (optional)
Power requirements
120-160 V (reduced power) / 200-240V (+/- 10%), 20A, 50-60Hz
Max. power consumption
2,900W nom/3,100W max / STBY less than 10W
Noise level (typical at 25°C/
77°F)
52dB(A)
Operational ambient
temperature
0-40°C / 32°-104°F
Operational humidity
0-80% (non condens)
Dissipation BTU
Max. 9,895 BTU/h
Dimensions (WxLxH)
660 x 830 x 350 mm / 25.98 x 32.67 x 13.77 inches
Shipping Dimensions
(WxLxH) 800 x 1,200 x 685 mm / 31.49 x 47.24 x 26.96 inches
Weight
92kg (202 lbs)/shipping weight from factory: 110kg (242 lbs)
Standard accessories
Power cord, wireless/XLR wired rugged remote control
Certifications
Compliant with UL60950-1 and EN60950-1 complies with FCC rules &
regulations, part 15 Class A and CE EN55032 Class A, Rohs
Warranty
3 years
*
+/- 10%
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A.3 Specifications of the UDX-4K22
Specifications
Projector type
4K UHD 3-chip DLP digital projector
Technology
0.9" DMD™ x3
Resolution
3,840 x 2,400 (4K UHD) / 2,560 x 1,600 (native) / 5,120 x 3,200
(processing)
Brightness
20,000 (WQ)/19,000 (4K UHD) center lumens* // 19,000 (WQ)/18,000 (4K
UHD) ansi lumens // 21,500 ISO
Contrast ratio
2,000:1
Brightness uniformity
95%
Aspect ratio
16:10
ScenergiX
Horizontal and vertical edge blending
Lenses
TLD+ 0.37, 0.65-0.85, 0.8-1.16 ; 1.25-1.6:1 ; 1.5-2.0:1 ; 2.0-2.8:1 ; 2.84.5:1 ; 4.5-7.5:1 ; 7.5-11.5:1
Optical lens shift
Vertical between -100% to +130%, depending on lens
Horizontal up to +/- 40%, depending on lens
Motorized zoom and focus (with lens memory on TLD lenses)
Motorized lens shift (with position memory on all lenses)
Color correction
P7
Light source
Laser phosphor with inorganic phosphor wheel
Light source lifetime
25,000 hrs
Optical dowser
Digital
Picture-in-picture
Two sources simultaneously
Sealed DLP™ core
Standard
Orientation
360°
DMX 512
standard
WARP
Direct adjust OSD + toolset
Image processing
Embedded warp & blend
Keystone correction
Yes
Integrated web server
Yes
CLO (constant light output)
Standard
3D
Active eye wear (optional), passive circular (optional); 2 flash up to 200Hz*
Inputs
Single HDBaseT; HDMI2.0 (HDCP2.2, HDR10); DP 1.2 (HDCP 1.3); Quad
3G/12G SDI / BarcoLink
Optional Inputs
Quad DP1.2
Input resolutions
From NTSC up to 4K (4,096 x 2,160)
refresh rates:
24hz to 120hz 4K/4KUHD (4096 x 2160/ 3860 x 2400) to 240hz WQXGA
(2560 x 1600)
Max. pixel clock
600 Mhz
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Software tools
Projector Toolset + Android* app + iOS* app
Control
XLR wired + IR, RS232, Wifi* (opt), GSM* (opt)
Network connection
10/100 base-T, RJ-45 connection, Wifi* (optional)
Power requirements
120-160 V(reduced power) / 200-240 V (+/- 10%), 20 A, 50-60 Hz
Max. power consumption
1,900W @ 230 volts STBY<10W
Noise level (typical at 25°C/
77°F)
49 dB(A)
Operational ambient
temperature
0°-40°C/ 32°-104°F (45°C reduced power)
Operational humidity
0-80% (non condens)
Dissipation BTU
Max. 6,600 BTU/h
Dimensions (WxLxH)
660 x 830 x 350 mm (25.98 x 32.67 x 13.77")
Shipping Dimensions
(WxLxH) 980 x 1,200 x 760 mm (38.58 x 47.24 x 29.92")
Weight
87.5 kg (193 lbs)/shipping weight from factory: 105 kg (231 lbs)
Standard accessories
Power cord, wireless/XLR wired rugged remote control
Certifications
Compliant with UL60950-1 and EN60950-1, complies with FCC rules &
regulations, part 15 Class A and CE EN55032 Class A, Rohs
Warranty
3 years
*
Software upgradeable. Check with your local authorized Barco sales
representative for full details.
A.4 Specifications of the UDX-W40
Specifications
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Projector type
WUXGA 3-chip DLP digital projector
Resolution
1920 x 1200
Technology
0.98 DMD™ x3
Brightness
40,000 center lumen/ 39,000 ansi lumen / 43,000 ISO
Contrast ratio
2,000:1
Brightness uniformity
95%
Aspect ratio
16:10
ScenergiX
Horizontal and vertical edge blending
Lenses
TLD+ 0.37, 0.65-0.85, 0.8-1.16:1 ; 1.25-1.6:1 ; 1.5-2.0:1 ; 2.0-2.8:1 ; 2.84.5:1 ; 4.5-7.5:1 ; 7.5-11.5:1
Optical lens shift
Vertical between -100% to +130%, depending on lens
Horizontal up to +/- 40%, depending on lens
Motorized zoom and focus (with lens memory on TLD lenses)
Motorized lens shift (with position memory on all lenses)
Color correction
P7
Light source
laser phosphor with inorganic phosphor wheel
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Light source lifetime
20,000 hrs
Optical dowser
Digital
Picture-in-picture
Two sources simultaneously
Orientation
360°
Sealed DLP™ core
standard
DMX 512
standard
WARP
Direct adjust OSD + toolset
Image processing
Embedded warp & blend
Keystone correction
Yes
Integrated web server
Yes
CLO (constant light output)
Standard
3D
Active eye wear (optional), passive circular (optional); 2 flash up to 200Hz*
Inputs
Single HDBaseT; HDMI2.0 (HDCP2.2, HDR10); DP 1.2 (HDCP 1.3); Quad
3G/12G SDI / BarcoLink Ultra
Optional Inputs
Quad DP1.2, Fiber SFP input
Input resolutions
From NTSC up to 4K (4,096 x 2,160)
refresh rates:
24hz to 120hz 4K/4KUHD (4096 x 2160/ 3860 x 2400) to 240hz WQXGA
(2560 x 1600)
Max. pixel clock
600 MHz
Software tools
Projector Toolset + Android** app + iOS** app
Control
XLR wired + IR, RS232, Wifi** (opt), GSM** (opt)
Network connection
10/100 base-T, RJ-45 connection, Wifi** (optional)
Power requirements
120-160 V (reduced power) / 200-240V (+/- 10%), 20A, 50-60Hz
Max. power consumption
3750W
Noise level (typical at 25°C/
77°F)
58dB(A)
Operational ambient
temperature
0-40°C / 32°-104°F (reduce power >35°C)
Operational humidity
0-80% (non condens)
Dissipation BTU
Max. 12,795 BTU/h
Dimensions (WxLxH)
660 x 830 x 350 mm / 25.98 x 32.67 x 13.77 inches
Shipping Dimensions
(WxLxH) 800 x 1,200 x 685 mm / 31.49 x 47.24 x 26.96 inches
Weight
92kg (202 lbs)/shipping weight from factory: 110kg (242 lbs)
Standard accessories
Power cord, wireless/XLR wired rugged remote control
Certifications
Compliant with UL60950-1 and EN60950-1 complies with FCC rules &
regulations, part 15 Class A and CE EN55032 Class A, Rohs
Warranty
3 years
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A.5 Specifications of the UDX-W32
Specifications
120
Projector type
WUXGA 3-chip DLP digital projector
Technology
0.96" DMD™ x3
Resolution
1,920 x 1,200
Brightness
32,000 center lumens* / 31,000 ansi lumen / 34,000 ISO
Contrast ratio
2,000:1
Brightness uniformity
95%
Aspect ratio
16:10
ScenergiX
Horizontal and vertical edge blending
Lenses
TLD+ 0.37, 0.65-0.85, 0.73:1 ; 1.2:1 ; 0.8-1.16 ; 1.25 -1.6:1 ; 1.5-2.0:1 ;
2.0-2.8:1 ; 2.8-4.5:1 ; 4.5-7.5:1 ; 7.5-11.5:1
Optical lens shift
Vertical between -100% to +130%, depending on lens
Horizontal up to +/- 40%, depending on lens
Motorized zoom and focus (with lens memory on TLD lenses)
Motorized lens shift (with position memory on all lenses)
Color correction
P7
Light source
laser phosphor with inorganic phosphor wheel
Light source lifetime
25,000 hrs
Optical dowser
Digital
Picture-in-picture
Two sources simultaneously
Sealed DLP™ core
Standard
Orientation
360°
DMX 512
Standard
WARP
Direct adjust OSD + toolset
Image processing
Embedded warp & blend
Keystone correction
Yes
Integrated web server
Yes
CLO (constant light output)
Standard
3D
Active eye wear (optional), passive circular (optional); 2 flash up to 200Hz*
Inputs
Single HDBaseT; HDMI2.0 (HDCP2.2, HDR10); DP 1.2 (HDCP 1.3); Quad
3G/12G SDI / BarcoLink
Optional Inputs
Quad DP1.2
Input resolutions
From NTSC up to 4K (4,096 x 2,160)
refresh rates:
24hz to 120hz 4K/4KUHD (4096 x 2160/ 3860 x 2400) to 240hz WQXGA
(2560 x 1600)
Max. pixel clock
600 MHz
Software tools
Projector Toolset + Android** app + iOS** app
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Control
XLR wired + IR, RS232, Wifi** (opt), GSM** (opt)
Network connection
10/100 base-T, RJ-45 connection, Wifi** (optional)
Power requirements
120-160V (reduced power) / 200-240V (+/- 10%), 20A, 50-60Hz
Max. power consumption
2,900 W nom / 3,100 W max. / STBY less than 10 W
Noise level (typical at 25°C/
77°F)
52dB(A)
Operational ambient
temperature
0-40°C / 32°-104°F
Operational humidity
0-80% (non condens)
Dissipation BTU
Max. 9,895 BTU/h
Dimensions (WxLxH)
660 x 830 x 350 mm / 25.95 x 32.7 x 13.78 inches
Shipping Dimensions
(WxLxH) 800 x 1200 x 685 mm / 31.49 x 47.24 x 26.96 inches
Weight
92kg (202 lbs)/shipping weight from factory: 110kg (242 lbs)
Standard accessories
Power cord, wireless/XLR wired rugged remote control
Certifications
Compliant with UL60950-1 and EN60950-1 complies with FCC rules &
regulations, part 15 Class A and CE EN55032 Class A, Rohs
Warranty
3 years
*
+/- 10%
A.6 Specifications of the UDX-W26
Specifications
Projector type
WUXGA 3-chip DLP digital projector
Technology
0.96" DMD™ x3
Resolution
1,920 x 1,200
Brightness
26,000 center lumens* / 25,000 ansi lumens / 28,000 ISO
Contrast ratio
2,000:1
Brightness uniformity
95%
Aspect ratio
16:10
ScenergiX
Horizontal and vertical edge blending
Lenses
TLD+ 0.37:1 ; 0.65:1 ; 0.73:1 ; 0.85:1 ; 1.2:1 ; 1.25 -1.6:1 ; 1.5-2.0:1 ; 2.02.8:1 ; 2.8-4.5:1 ; 4.5-7.5:1 ; 7.5-11.5:1
Optical lens shift
Vertical between -100% to +130%, depending on lens
Horizontal up to +/- 40%, depending on lens
Motorized zoom and focus (with lens memory on TLD lenses)
Motorized lens shift (with position memory on all lenses)
Color correction
P7
Light source
Laser phosphor with inorganic phosphor wheel
Light source lifetime
40,000 hrs
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Optical dowser
Digital
Picture-in-picture
Two sources simultaneously
Sealed DLP™ core
standard
Orientation
360°
DMX 512
standard
WARP
Direct adjust OSD + toolset
Image processing
Embedded warp & blend
Keystone correction
Yes
Integrated web server
Yes
CLO (constant light output)
Standard
3D
Active eye wear (optional), passive circular (optional); 2 flash up to 200Hz*
Inputs
Single HDBt; HDMI2.0 (HDCP2.2, HDR10); DP 1.2 (HDCP 1.3); Quad 3G/
12G SDI / BarcoLink
Optional Inputs
Quad DP1.2
Input resolutions
From NTSC up to 4K (4,096 x 2,560)
refresh rates:
24hz to 120hz 4K/4KUHD (4096 x 2160/ 3860 x 2400) to 240hz WQXGA
(2560 x 1600)
Max. pixel clock
600 Mhz
Software tools
Projector Toolset + Android app* + iOS app*
Control
XLR wired + IR, RS232, Wifi (opt), GSM (opt)
Network connection
10/100 base-T, RJ-45 connection, Wifi (optional)*
Power requirements
120-160V (reduced power)/ 200-240V (+/- 10%), 20A, 50-60Hz (reduced
power on 110v)
Max. power consumption
2,450W nom/2,650W max. / STBY less than 10W
Noise level (typical at 25°C/
77°F)
52dB(A)
Operational ambient
temperature
0°-40°C/ 32°-104°F (45°C reduced power)
Operational humidity
0-80% (non condens)
Dissipation BTU
Max. 8,342 BTU/h
Dimensions (WxLxH)
660 x 830 x 350 mm (25.98 x 32.67 x 13.77")
Shipping Dimensions
(WxLxH) 800 x 1,200 x 685 mm (31.49 x 47.24 x 26.96")
Weight
92kg (202 lbs)/shipping weight from factory: 110kg (242 lbs)
Standard accessories
Power cord, wireless/XLR wired rugged remote control
Certifications
TBD
Warranty
3 years
*
Software upgradeable, please contact your local authorized Barco sales
representative
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A.7 Specifications of the UDX-W22
Specifications
Projector type
WUXGA 3-chip DLP digital projector
Technology
0.96" DMD™ x3
Resolution
1,920 x 1,200
Brightness
21,000 center lumens* / 20,000 ansi lumens / 22,500 ISO
Contrast ratio
2,000:1
Brightness uniformity
95%
Aspect ratio
16:10
ScenergiX
Horizontal and vertical edge blending
Lenses
TLD+ 0.37:1 ; 0.65:1 ; 0.73:1 ; 0.85:1 ; 1.2:1 ; 1.25 -1.6:1 ; 1.5-2.0:1 ; 2.02.8:1 ; 2.8-4.5:1 ; 4.5-7.5:1 ; 7.5-11.5:1
Optical lens shift
Vertical between -100% to +130%, depending on lens
Horizontal up to +/- 40%, depending on lens
Motorized zoom and focus (with lens memory on TLD lenses)
Motorized lens shift (with position memory on all lenses)
Color correction
P7
Light source
Laser phosphor with inorganic phosphor wheel
Light source lifetime
25,000 hrs
Optical dowser
Mechanical
Picture-in-picture
Two sources simultaneously
Sealed DLP™ core
standard
Orientation
360°
DMX 512
standard
WARP
Direct adjust OSD + toolset
Image processing
Embedded warp & blend
Keystone correction
Yes
Integrated web server
Yes
CLO (constant light output)
Standard
3D
Active eye wear (optional), passive circular (optional); 2 flash up to 200Hz*
Inputs
Single HDBt; HDMI2.0 (HDCP2.2, HDR10); DP 1.2 (HDCP 1.3); Quad 3G/
12G SDI / BarcoLink
Optional Inputs
Quad DP1.2
Input resolutions
From NTSC up to 4K (4,096 x 2,560)
refresh rates:
24hz to 120hz 4K/4KUHD (4096 x 2160/ 3860 x 2400) to 240hz WQXGA
(2560 x 1600)
Max. pixel clock
600 Mhz
Software tools
Projector Toolset + Android app* + iOS app*
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Specifications
Control
XLR wired + IR, RS232, Wifi (opt)*, GSM (opt)*
Network connection
10/100 base-T, RJ-45 connection, Wifi (optional)*
Power requirements
120-160V (reduced power)/ 200-240V (+/- 10%), 20A, 50-60Hz (reduced
power on 110v)
Max. power consumption
1,900 W @ 230 volts/ STBY less than 10W
Noise level (typical at 25°C/
77°F)
49 dB(A)
Operational ambient
temperature
0°-40°C/ 32°-104°F (45°C reduced power)
Operational humidity
0-80% (non condens)
Dissipation BTU
Max. 6,600 BTU/h
Dimensions (WxLxH)
660 x 830 x 350 mm (25.98 x 32.67 x 13.77")
Shipping Dimensions
(WxLxH) 800 x 1,200 x 685 mm / 31.49 x 47.24 x 26.96 inches
Weight
87.5kg (193 lbs)/shipping weight from factory: 105kg (231 lbs)
Standard accessories
Power cord, wireless/XLR wired rugged remote control
Certifications
Compliant with UL60950-1 and EN60950-1 complies with FCC rules &
regulations, part 15 Class A and CE EN55032 Class A, Rohs
Warranty
3 years
*
Software upgradeable, please contact your local authorized Barco sales
representative
A.8 Specifications of the UDX-U40
Specifications
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Projector type
UXGA 3-chip DLP digital projector
Technology
0.98 DMD™ x3
Resolution
1600 x 1200
Brightness
37,500 center lumen*/ 36,500 ansi lumens / 40,000 ISO
Contrast ratio
2,000:1
Brightness uniformity
95%
Aspect ratio
4:3
ScenergiX
Horizontal and vertical edge blending
Lenses
TLD+ 0.37, 0.65-0.85, 0.8-1.16:1 ; 1.25-1.6:1 ; 1.5-2.0:1 ; 2.0-2.8:1 ; 2.84.5:1 ; 4.5-7.5:1 ; 7.5-11.5:1
Optical lens shift
Vertical between -100% to +130%, depending on lens
Horizontal up to +/- 40%, depending on lens
Motorized zoom and focus (with lens memory on TLD lenses)
Motorized lens shift (with position memory on all lenses)
Color correction
P7
Light source
laser phosphor with inorganic phosphor wheel
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Light source lifetime
20,000 hrs
Optical dowser
Digital
Picture-in-picture
Two sources simultaneously
Orientation
360°
Sealed DLP™ core
standard
DMX 512
standard
WARP
Direct adjust OSD + toolset
Image processing
Embedded warp & blend
Keystone correction
Yes
Integrated web server
Yes
CLO (constant light output)
Standard
3D
Active eye wear (optional), passive circular (optional); 2 flash up to 200Hz*
Inputs
Single HDBaseT; HDMI2.0 (HDCP2.2, HDR10); DP 1.2 (HDCP 1.3); Quad
3G/12G SDI / BarcoLink Ultra
Optional Inputs
Quad DP1.2, Fiber SFP input
Input resolutions
From NTSC up to 4K (4,096 x 2,160)
refresh rates:
24hz to 120hz 4K/4KUHD (4096 x 2160/ 3860 x 2400) to 240hz WQXGA
(2560 x 1600)
Max. pixel clock
600 MHz
Software tools
Projector Toolset + Android** app + iOS** app
Control
XLR wired + IR, RS232, Wifi** (opt), GSM** (opt)
Network connection
10/100 base-T, RJ-45 connection, Wifi** (optional)
Power requirements
120-160 V (reduced power) / 200-240V (+/- 10%), 20A, 50-60Hz
Max. power consumption
3750W
Noise level (typical at 25°C/
77°F)
58dB(A)
Operational ambient
temperature
0-40°C / 32°-104°F (reduce power >35°C)
Operational humidity
0-80% (non condens)
Dissipation BTU
12,795
Dimensions (WxLxH)
660 x 830 x 350 mm / 25.98 x 32.67 x 13.77 inches
Shipping Dimensions
(WxLxH) 800 x 1,200 x 685 mm / 31.49 x 47.24 x 26.96 inches
Weight
92kg (202 lbs)/shipping weight from factory: 110kg (242 lbs)
Standard accessories
Power cord, wireless/XLR wired rugged remote control
Certifications
Compliant with UL60950-1 and EN60950-1 complies with FCC rules &
regulations, part 15 Class A and CE EN55032 Class A, Rohs
Warranty
3 years
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A.9 Specifications of the UDX-U32
Specifications
126
Projector type
UXGA 3-chip DLP digital projector
Technology
0.96" DMD™ x3
Resolution
1,600 x 1,200
Brightness
30,000 center lumens* / 29,000 ansi lumen / 32,000 ISO
Contrast ratio
2,000:1
Brightness uniformity
95%
Aspect ratio
4:3
ScenergiX
Horizontal and vertical edge blending
Lenses
TLD+ 0.37, 0.65-0.85, 0.73:1 ; 1.2:1 ; 0.8-1.16 ; 1.25-1.6:1 ; 1.5-2.0:1 ; 2.02.8:1 ; 2.8-4.5:1 ; 4.5-7.5:1 ; 7.5-11.5:1
Optical lens shift
Vertical between -100% to +130%, depending on lens
Horizontal up to +/- 40%, depending on lens
Motorized zoom and focus (with lens memory on TLD lenses)
Motorized lens shift (with position memory on all lenses)
Color correction
P7
Light source
laser phosphor with inorganic phosphor wheel
Light source lifetime
25,000 hrs
Optical dowser
Digital
Picture-in-picture
Two sources simultaneously
Sealed DLP™ core
standard
Orientation
360°
DMX 512
standard
WARP
Direct adjust OSD + toolset
Image processing
Embedded warp & blend engine
Keystone correction
Yes
Integrated web server
Yes
CLO (constant light output)
Standard
3D
Active eye wear (optional), passive circular (optional); 2 flash up to 200Hz*
Inputs
Single HDBaseT; HDMI2.0 (HDCP2.2, HDR10); DP 1.2 (HDCP 1.3); Quad
3G/12G SDI / BarcoLink
Optional Inputs
Quad DP1.2
Input resolutions
From NTSC up to 4K (4,096 x 2,160)
refresh rates:
24hz to 120hz 4K/4KUHD (4096 x 2160/ 3860 x 2400) to 240hz WQXGA
(2560 x 1600)
Max. pixel clock
600 MHz
Software tools
Projector Toolset + Android** app + iOS** app
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Specifications
Control
XLR wired + IR, RS232, Wifi** (opt), GSM** (opt)
Network connection
10/100 base-T, RJ-45 connection, Wifi** (optional)
Power requirements
120-160V (reduced power) / 200-240V (+/- 10%), 20A, 50-60Hz
Max. power consumption
2,900W nom/3,100W max / STBY less than 10W
Noise level (typical at 25°C/
77°F)
52dB(A)
Operational ambient
temperature
0-40°C / 32°-104°F
Operational humidity
0-80% (non condens)
Dissipation BTU
Max. 9,895 BTU/h
Dimensions (WxLxH)
660 x 830 x 350 mm / 25.98 x 32.7 x 13.78 inches
Shipping Dimensions
(WxLxH) 800 x 1,200 x 685 mm / 31.49 x 47.24 x 26.96 inches
Weight
92 kg (202 lbs)/shipping weight from factory: 110 kg (242 lbs)
Standard accessories
Power cord, wireless/XLR wired rugged remote control, bottom rigging kit/
clamps
Certifications
Compliant with UL60950-1 and EN60950-1, complies with FCC rules &
regulations, part 15 Class A and CE EN55032 Class A, Rohs
Warranty
3 years
*
+/- 10%
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Specifications
A.10 Dimensions of a UDX
36
223
385
Overview
437
20
624
664
796
20
20
836
408
624
312
20
1
Image A-1: Dimensions, in mm
1
Geometrical centre
A.11 Dimensions of the rigging frame
Overview
385
1018,97
773,72
50
Image A-2: Dimensions, in mm
128
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978,38
843,94
803,38
463,3
Specifications
A.12 Dimensions of the flight case
Overview
350
781,5
958
431,5
1133
Image A-3: Dimensions, in mm
A.13 Technical Regulations
Certificates
RoHS
Image A-4:
EAC mark
Image A-10:
RCM mark
Image A-5:
Rohs OK
Image A-6: CE
mark
Image A-7:
CCC mark
Image A-8:
CEBEC
mark
Image A-9: FCC
label
Image A-11:
SGS mark
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Specifications
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projectors
B
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Stacking UDX projectors
B.1 Stacking UDX projectors
WARNING: UDX projectors can be stacked up on top of each other on a flat surface, or suspended
from a truss using the rigging frame. But keep the following in mind:
It is allowed to stack maximum three projectors
It is allowed to suspend maximum two projectors
How to stack
1.
Make sure that each projector is installed in their respective rigging frame.
2.
If pre-installed, remove all four locking pins (reference 1, Image 11-135) from each rigging frame, except the
frame that will be installed on top of the stack.
1
Image B-1
1
Locking pin
Note: Even if not all pins are necessary in your current setup, it is important to keep all locking pins to
their respective rigging frame for future use.
3.
Stack the frames. Make sure the stacking pins of both frames are aligned.
2
3
Image B-2
2
3
4.
132
Lower stacking pins
Upper stacking pins
Install a locking pin (reference 1, Image 11-137) through the overlapping hole of both stacking pins.
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3
x4
Image B-3
5.
Repeat the previous step for each overlapping corner of all stacked rigging frames.
In long-term installations, it is advised to also install swivels between the two projectors in order to
make it easier to access the metal air filter on the top of the projector.
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timings for video
interfaces
C
Overview
•
•
•
•
•
Overview video timings
Overview video timings SDI Inputs
Overview video timings HDMI 2.0 inputs
Overview video timings DisplayPort 1.2 inputs
Overview video timings HDBaseT inputs
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C.1 Overview video timings
List of compatible signals
The following table specifies the video signals that the projector can project. Barco Events projectors supports
the signal with “X” in the Compatible signals column.
Note: Support for refresh rates 24.00, 30.00, 60.00 Hz automatically includes support of 1/1.001 x those
refresh rates.
Compatible signal
136
HDMI 2.0
Inputs
12G SDI
Input on Mk
II Input
board &
Fiber
Network
Inputs
3G SDI
Inputs
DisplayPort
1.2 Inputs
HDBaseT &
HDMI 1.4
Inputs
60
X
—
—
X
X
720 x 480
60
X
—
—
—
X
720 x 576
50
X
—
—
—
X
800 x 600
60
X
—
—
X
X
1024 x 768
60
X
—
—
X
X
1280 x 720
24
—
X
X
—
—
1280 x 720
25
—
X
X
—
—
1280 x 720
30
—
X
X
—
—
1280 x 720
50
X
X
X
X
X
1280 x 720
60
X
X
X
X
X
1280 x 800
60
X
—
—
X
X
1280 x 960
60
X
—
—
X
X
1280 x 1024
60
X
—
—
X
X
1400 x 1050
60
X
—
—
X
X
1600 x 1200
60
X
—
—
X
X
1600 x 1200
120
—
—
—
X
—
1920 x 1080
24
X
X
X
X
X
1920 x 1080
25
X
X
X
—
X
1920 x 1080
30
X
X
X
—
X
1920 x 1080
50
X
X
X
X
X
1920 x 1080
60
X
X
X
X
X
1920 x 1080
120
—
—
—
X
—
1920 x 1200
50
X
X
X
X
X
1920 x 1200
60
X
X
X
X
X
1920 x 1200
120
—
—
—
X
—
2048 x 1080
24
X
—
—
X
X
2048 x 1080
25
X
—
—
X
X
2048 x 1080
30
X
—
—
X
X
Resolution
Vertical
refresh rate
(Hz)
640 x 480
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Compatible signal
HDMI 2.0
Inputs
12G SDI
Input on Mk
II Input
board &
Fiber
Network
Inputs
3G SDI
Inputs
DisplayPort
1.2 Inputs
HDBaseT &
HDMI 1.4
Inputs
48
X
—
—
X
X
2048 x 1080
50
X
X
X
X
X
2048 x 1080
60
X
X
X
X
X
2048 x 1080
120
—
—
—
X
—
2560 x 1600
50
X
—
—
X
X
2560 x 1600
60
X
—
—
X
X
2560 x 1600
120
—
—
—
X
—
3840 x 2160
24
X
—
—
X
X
3840 x 2160
25
X
—
—
X
X
3840 x 2160
30
X
—
—
X
X
3840 x 2160
50
X
X
—
X
—
3840 x 2160
60
X
X
—
X
—
3840 x 2400
50
X
—
—
X
—
3840 x 2400
60
X
—
—
X
—
4096 x 2160
24
X
—
—
X
X
4096 x 2160
25
X
—
—
X
X
4096 x 2160
30
X
—
—
X
X
4096 x 2160
50
X
X
—
X
—
4096 x 2160
60
X
X
—
X
—
Resolution
Vertical
refresh rate
(Hz)
2048 x 1080
C.2 Overview video timings SDI Inputs
Overview
The following standard video formats are available for the projector.
8:
Video timing
(active pixels x active
lines)
Vertical refresh rate
(Hz)8
Type
Port Type
1280 x 720
24
HD-SDI
Single Link & Quad Link
1280 x 720
25
HD-SDI
Single Link & Quad Link
1280 x 720
30
HD-SDI
Single Link & Quad Link
1280 x 720
50
HD-SDI
Single Link & Quad Link
1280 x 720
60
HD-SDI
Single Link & Quad Link
1920 x 1080
24
HD-SDI
Single Link & Quad Link
Support for refresh rates 24.00, 30.00 and 60.00 Hz automatically includes support of 1/1.001 x those refresh rates.
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Video timing
(active pixels x active
lines)
Vertical refresh rate
(Hz)8
Type
Port Type
1920 x 1080
25
HD-SDI
Single Link & Quad Link
1920 x 1080
30
HD-SDI
Single Link & Quad Link
1920 x 1080
50
3G-SDI
Single Link & Quad Link
1920 x 1080
60
3G-SDI
Single Link & Quad Link
1920 x 1200
50
3G-SDI “BarcoLink”
Single Link & Quad Link
1920 x 1200
59.94
3G-SDI “BarcoLink”
Single Link & Quad Link
1920 x 1200
60
3G-SDI “BarcoLink”
Single Link & Quad Link
2048 x 1080
50
3G-SDI
Single Link & Quad Link
2048 x 1080
60
3G-SDI
Single Link & Quad Link
3840 x 2160
50
12G-SDI 9
Single Link
3840 x 2160
60
12G-SDI9
Single Link
3840 x 2400
50
12G-SDI “BarcoLink 4k”9
Single Link
3840 x 2400
59.94
12G-SDI “BarcoLink 4k”9
Single Link
3840 x 2400
60
12G-SDI “BarcoLink 4k”9
Single Link
4096 x 2160
50
12G-SDI9
Single Link
4096 x 2160
60
12G-SDI9
Single Link
C.3 Overview video timings HDMI 2.0 inputs
Overview
The following standard video formats are available for the projector.
Note: support for refresh rates 24.00, 30.00, 60.00 Hz automatically includes support of 1/1.001 x those
refresh rates
8:
9:
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Video timing
(active pixels x active lines)
Vertical refresh rate (Hz)
640 x 480
60
720 x 480
60
720 x576
50
800 x 600
60
1024x 768
60
1280 x720
50
Frame packing
Top – bottom
1280 x 720
60
Frame packing
Top – bottom
1280 x 800
60
3D support?
Support for refresh rates 24.00, 30.00 and 60.00 Hz automatically includes support of 1/1.001 x those refresh rates.
12G SDI board only, and only on Channel A
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Video timing
(active pixels x active lines)
Vertical refresh rate (Hz)
1280 x 960
60
1280 x1024
60
1400 x 1050
60
1600 x 1200
60
1920 x 1080
24
1920 x 1080
25
1920 x 1080
30
1920 x 1080
50
Side by Side (SbS) progressive
1920 x 1080
60
Side by Side (SbS) progressive
1920 x 1200
50
1920 x 1200
60
2048 x 1080
24
2048 x 1080
25
2048 x 1080
30
2048 x 1080
48
2048 x 1080
50
2048 x 1080
60
2560 x 1600
50
2560 x 1600
60
3840 x 2160
24
3840 x 2160
25
3840 x 2160
30
3840 x 2160
50
3840 x 2160
60
3840 x 2400
50
3840 x 2400
60
4096 x 2160
24
4096 x 2160
25
4096 x 2160
30
4096 x 2160
50
4096 x 2160
60
3D support?
Frame packing
Top – bottom
C.4 Overview video timings DisplayPort 1.2 inputs
Overview
The following standard video formats are available for the projector.
Note: support for refresh rates 24.00, 30.00, 60.00 Hz automatically includes support of 1/1.001 x those
refresh rates
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Video timing
(active pixels x active
lines)
Vertical refresh rate
(Hz)
640 x 480
60
800 x 600
60
960 x 1080
120
4 Quadrant mode (2 x 2
layout)
Active 3D
960 x 1200
120
4 Quadrant mode (2 x 2
layout)
Active 3D
960 x 2160
120
4 Column mode (4 x 1
layout)
Active 3D
960 x 2400
120
4 Column mode (4 x 1
layout)
Active 3D
1024x 768
60
1024 x 2160
60
4 Column mode (4 x 1
layout)
1024 x 2160
120
4 Column mode (4 x 1
layout)
1280 x720
50
1280 x 720
60
1280 x 800
60
1280 x 960
60
1280 x1024
60
1280 x 1080
60
4 Quadrant mode (2 x 2
layout)
1280 x 1080
120
4 Quadrant mode (2 x 2
layout)
1280 x 1600
60
4 Quadrant mode (2 x 2
layout)
1280 x 1600
120
4 Quadrant mode (2 x 2
layout)
1400 x 1050
60
1600 x 1200
60
1600 x 1200
120
1920 x 1080
50
1920 x 1080
60
1920 x 1080
120
1920 x 1200
50
1920 x 1200
60
1920 x 1200
120
Available layout modes,
other than standard
layout (1 x 1 layout)10
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Active 3D
Active 3D
Active 3D
Active 3D
4 Quadrant mode (2 x 2
layout)
Active 3D
4 Quadrant mode (2 x 2
layout)
Active 3D
10: Other layout modes are only available on Input boards that have multiple DP inputs.
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Support for 3D?
Overview video timings for video interfaces
Video timing
(active pixels x active
lines)
Vertical refresh rate
(Hz)
1920 x 2160
60
2 Column mode (2 x 1
layout)
Passive stereo
1920 x 2160
120
2 Column mode (2 x 1
layout)
Active 3D
1920 x 2400
60
2 Column mode (2 x 1
layout)
2048 x 1080
24
2048 x 1080
25
2048 x 1080
30
2048 x 1080
48
2048 x 1080
50
2048 x 1080
60
2048 x 1080
120
4 Quadrant mode (2 x 2
layout)
2048 x 2160
60
2 Column mode (2 x 1
layout)
2048 x 2160
120
2 Column mode (2 x 1
layout)
2560 x 1080
120
Active 3D
2560 x 1440
120
Active 3D
2560 x 1600
50
2560 x 1600
60
2560 x 1600
120
3840 x 2160
24
3840 x 2160
25
3840 x 2160
30
3840 x 2160
50
3840 x 2160
60
3840 x 2400
50
3840 x 2400
60
4096 x 2160
24
4096 x 2160
25
4096 x 2160
30
4096 x 2160
50
4096 x 2160
60
Available layout modes,
other than standard
layout (1 x 1 layout)10
Support for 3D?
Active 3D
Active 3D
Passive Stereo
10: Other layout modes are only available on Input boards that have multiple DP inputs.
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C.5 Overview video timings HDBaseT inputs
Overview
The following standard video formats are available for the projector.
Note: support for refresh rates 24.00, 30.00, 60.00 Hz automatically includes support of 1/1.001 x those
refresh rates.
142
Available layout modes, other
than standard layout (1 x 1
layout)
Video timing
(active pixels x active lines)
Vertical refresh rate (Hz)
640 x 480
60
720 x 480
60
720 x576
50
800 x 600
60
1024x 768
60
1280 x720
50
1280 x 720
60
1280 x 800
60
1280 x 960
60
1280 x1024
60
1400 x 1050
60
1600 x 1200
60
1920 x 1080
24
1920 x 1080
25
1920 x 1080
30
1920 x 1080
50
1920 x 1080
60
1920 x 1200
50
1920 x 1200
60
1920 x 2160
50
2 Column mode (2 x 1 layout)
1920 x 2160
60
2 Column mode (2 x 1 layout)
2048 x 1080
24
2048 x 1080
25
2048 x 1080
30
2048 x 1080
48
2048 x 1080
50
2048 x 1080
60
2048 x 2160
50
2 Column mode (2 x 1 layout)
2048 x 2160
60
2 Column mode (2 x 1 layout)
2560 x 1600
50
2560 x 1600
60
3840 x 2160
24
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Video timing
(active pixels x active lines)
Vertical refresh rate (Hz)
3840 x 2160
25
3840 x 2160
30
4096 x 2160
24
4096 x 2160
25
4096 x 2160
30
Available layout modes, other
than standard layout (1 x 1
layout)
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Glossary
HD
Hazard Distance (HD) is the distance measured from the projection lens at which the intensity or the energy
per surface unit becomes lower than the applicable exposure limit on the cornea or on the skin. The light beam
is considered (to be) unsafe for exposure if the distance from a person to the light source is less than the HD.
HD
Hazard Distance (HD) is the distance measured from the projection lens at which the intensity or the energy
per surface unit becomes lower than the applicable exposure limit on the cornea or on the skin. The light beam
is considered (to be) unsafe for exposure if the distance from a person to the light source is less than the HD.
Light processor unit
Heart of the projector, unit inside this projector which is responsible for the creation of the image to be
projected on the screen. Also called 'engine'.
Scheimpflug principle
The "plane of sharp focus" can be changed so that any plane can be brought into sharp focus. When the DMD
plane and lens plane are parallel, the plane of sharp focus will also be parallel to these two planes. If, however,
the lens plane is tilted with respect to the DMD plane, the plane of sharp focus will also be tilted according to
geometrical and optical properties. The DMD plane, the principal lens plane and the sharp focus plane will
intersect in a line below the projector for downward lens tilt.
DMX
DMX-512 Lighting protocol over RS-485 interface. Carries information of 512 channels from a lighting
controller to lighting devices. Standardized by USITT.
RS232
An Electronic Industries Association (EIA) serial digital interface standard specifying the characteristics of the
communication path between two devices using either D-SUB 9 pins or D-SUB 25 pins connectors. This
standard is used for relatively short-range communications and does not specify balanced control lines. RS232 is a serial control standard with a set number of conductors, data rate, word length and type of connector
to be used. The standard specifies component connection standards with regard to computer interface. It is
also called RS-232-C, which is the third version of the RS-232 standard, and is functionally identical to the
CCITT V.24 standard. Logical '0' is > + 3V, Logical '1' is < - 3V. The range between -3V and +3V is the
transition zone.
RS422
An EIA serial digital interface standard that specifies the electrical characteristics of balanced (differential)
voltage, digital interface circuits. This standard is usable over longer distances than RS-232. This signal
governs the asynchronous transmission of computer data at speeds of up to 920,000 bits per second. It is also
used as the serial port standard for Macintosh computers. When the difference between the 2 lines is < - 0.2V
that equals with a logical '0'. When the difference is > +0.2V that equals to a logical '1'..
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Projector address
Address installed in the projector to be individually controlled.
Broadcast address
Projector will always execute the command coming from a RCU programmed with that broadcast address.
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B
Projector 128
rigging frame 128
Distance meter 31, 87
DMX input 74
DMX interface 74
DMX out 74
Download plug-in 30
Download Projector Toolset 30
Dust filter
Clean 106
Remove 106
Dust filter, high density
Replace 104
Back cover
Mount 111
removal 108
E
A
Address
Program
RCU 37
Air flow 30
Air inlets 30
Air outlets 30
Alignment
Table mounted projector 42
Enclosed projection 18
Environment conditions 22
Exterior
Cleaning 104
External cooler 31
C
Cleaning
Exterior 104
Lens 104
Communication 55
DMX 74
Introduction 56
RS232 74
RS422 74
USB port 75
Communication panel 73
Compliance FCC 78
Compliance IC 78
Configurations
Front projection 26
Rear projection 26
Connection
Power cable 42
Power net 42
Cooler hose 31
Cooling liquid circuit warning
Cooling requirements 22
D
Dimensions
Flight case
129
F
Flight case 24
Safety 14
Front cover
Mount 110
Removal 108
Front projection 26
Function
Button pressed indicator
RGB button 37
RGB filter 37
Fuses 42
12
37
G
General
Download plug-in 30
Download Projector Toolset
General considerations 10
Getting started
Projector address 97
Getting Started 93
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Lens installation 47
Lens removal 49
Lens selection 47
Lenses 45
Lens selection 47
GSM module
Installation 77, 83
H
Hazard Distance 16, 18
Modifying optics 20
Hazardous Chemicals 15
High Brightness precautions 16
Horizontal tilt range 29
How to use
RCU 96
Remote control 96
M
Maintenance 103
Mechanical check 25
mini-jack
RCU 38
Mount
back cover 111
Front cover 110
Left cover 110
small top cover 111
I
Initial inspection 25
Box content 25
Input 55
Introduction 56
Source 59, 64, 68
Fiber 69
SFP 69
Small form-factor pluggable
Input & Communication
GSM module
Installation 77, 83
WiFi module
Installation 77, 79
Input & communication unit
Communication board
Installation 57
Removal 56
Input board
Installation 57
Removal 56
Install
cooler 43
Installation
Lens 47
Projector configurations 25
Installation preparations 21
Installation requirements 22
Clean air 22
Environment conditions 22
Power requirements 23
Projector weight 23
L
Laser range finder 31, 87
adjustment 90
Installation 89
Left cover
Mount 110
Remove 108
Lens
Available 46
Cleaning 104
Installation 47
Removal 49
Scheimpflug 51
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69
Notice on laser radiation
Laser radiation 11
Notice on optical radiation
Optical radiation 10
Notice on safety 10
O
Off axis 28
On axis 28
Orientations
Front projection 26
Rear projection 26
Overview 88
Overview video timings
136
P
Physical Installation 41
Positioning 28
Power cable
Connection 42
power net
Connection 42
Power off 95
Power on 94
Power requirements 23
Prevent
Electrical shock 11
Product safety labels 15
Projector
Positioning 28
Shift range 28
Projector address 97
Controlling 97
Projector configurations 25
Front projection 26
Rear projection 26
Projector covers 107
Projector weight 23
Pulse
Index
RCU 33
Remote Control Unit
33
Q
Quick setup
98
R
RCU
Address 37
battery
installation 34
Functionality overview 36
How to use 96
mini-jack 38
Protocol setup 35
Sleeve 39
XLR 38
RCU on/off 35
Rear projection 18, 26
Remote control
How to use 96
Removal
back cover 108
Front cover 108
Lens 49
Remove
Dust filter 106
Left cover 108
Small top cover 109
Replace
Dust filter, high density 104
RS232 74
RS422 74
S
Safety 9
Battery explosion 13
Cooling liquid circuit 12
Electrical shock 11
Fire hazard 13
Hazard Distance 16, 18
Hazardous Chemicals 15
Important instructions 11
Personal injury 12
Projector damage 13
Safety Data Sheet (SDS) 15
Servicing 14
Safety Data Sheet (SDS) 15
Scheimpflug 51
Scheimpflug's law 51
Serial communication 74
Shift range 28
Sleeve
RCU 39
Small top cover
Mount 111
Remove 109
Software update 99
Source
Input 59, 64, 68
Fiber 69
SFP 69
Small form-factor pluggable
Specifications 113
UDX-4K22 117
UDX-4K32 115
UDX-4K40 114
UDX-U32 126
UDX-U40 124
UDX-W22 123
UDX-W26 121
UDX-W32 120
UDX-W40 118
Stacking 131–132
Standard source files 135
Standby
Switch to 95
Status Light 76
Switching off 95
Switching on 94
Switching to standby 95
69
T
Table mounted projector
Alignment 42
Technical Regulations 129
Tilt range
Horizontal 29
Vertical 29
U
Unpacking 23
USB Camera 31, 87
USB port 75
User definition 11
V
Vertical tilt range 29
Video timings
DisplayPort Inputs 139
HDBaseT Inputs 142
HDMI Inputs 138
Video Timings
SDI Inputs 137
W
Warnings
Cooling liquid circuit
WiFi module
Installation 77, 79
12
X
XLR
RCU 38
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