PR LIGHTING AQUA 580 BWS User Manual

PR LIGHTING AQUA 580 BWS User Manual
AQUA 580 BWS
PR-2597
The user manual contains important information about the safe installation and use of a projector. Please read
and follow these instructions carefully and keep the manual in a safe place for future reference.
PR LIGHTING LTD.
http://www.pr-lighting.com
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INDEX
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● CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE………………………………………………………………………………
● LUBRICATION……………………………………………………………………………………………………
● TROUBLESHOOTING……………………………………………………………………………………………
APPEARANCE………………………………………………………………………………………………………
INSTALLATION ……………………………………………………………………………………………………
●RIGGING …………………………………………………………………………………………………………
●POWER CONNECTIONS ………………………………………………………………………………………
●DMX CONTROL CONNECTIONS ………………………………………………………………………………
● DMX TERMINATOR………………………………………………………………………………………………
●ALIGNMENT/INSTALLATION/REPLACEMENT OF A LAMP …………………………………………………
●GOBO REPLACEMENT …………………………………………………………………………………………
SETUP AND CONFIGURATION……………………………………………………………………………………
●FRONT PANEL OPERATION ……………………………………………………………………………………
●DMX START ADDRESS …………………………………………………………………………………………
●DMX WIRELESS CONTROL……………………………………………………………………………………
●STAND-ALONE MODE …………………………………………………………………………………………
●MASTER/SLAVE MODE…………………………………………………………………………………………
OPERATION MENU………………………………………………………………………………………………
DMX PROTOCOL…………………………………………………………………………………………………
SIGNS ON THE TOUCH SCREEN…………………………………………………………………………………
ERROR MESSAGES ……………………………………………………………………………………………
TECHNICAL DATA…………………………………………………………………………………………………
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM AND PCB CONNECTIONS…………………………………………………………………
●CIRCUIT DIAGRAM………………………………………………………………………………………………
●PCB CONNECTIONS……………………………………………………………………………………………
COMPONENT ORDER CODES……………………………………………………………………………………
1. SAFETY AND WARNINGS
2. INSTRUCTIONS
3.
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ACCESSORIES
The following items are supplied with the projector and please check:
Name
G clamps
XLR connector
Safety cord
User manual
Ω clamps
Quantity
2
1
1
1
2
Unit
Pcs
Set
Pc
Pc
Pcs
Remark
Male and female
Optional
Please note that as part of our ongoing commitment to continuous product development, specifications are
subject to change without notice. Whilst every care is taken in the preparation of the manual we reserve the
right to change specifications in the course of product improvement. The publishers cannot be held responsible
for the accuracy of the information herein, or any consequence arising from them.
Every unit is tested completely and packed properly by the manufacturer. Please make sure the packing and /
or the unit are in good condition before installation and use. Should there be any damage caused by
transportation, consult your dealer and do not use the unit. Any damage caused by improper use will not be
assumed by the manufacturer and / or dealer.
Note: For the products made by Guangzhou PR lighting Ltd, the warranty for the whole product is one year starting from
the delivery date but the light source is not within the warranty.
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1. SAFETY AND WARNINGS
NOTE
Before a projector’s installation, power-on, operation and maintenance, please carefully read
the safety information hereinafter!
The following safety signs are used in the user manual.
User
Manual
Warning
Electrical
shock
Goggles
Protective
Gloves
Flames
High
Temperature
When unpacking , check if there is transportation damage before using the projector. Should there be any
damage caused by transportation, consult your dealer and do not use it.
●The manufacture is not responsible for loss caused by the user not following the manual or changing the projector
as he/she likes.
●Please be noted that the damage caused by changing the projector at will is not warranted.
● Do not hesitate to contact the dealer or the manufacturer if any questions or advice.
●
The projector is for indoor and outdoor use, IP66.
It can be used in humid and dusty areas. And it can contact water and other non-corrosive liquids.
●The projector should be kept away from high temperature, fire, electrical surge, vibration and strong light while
being operated
●The projector is only intended for installation, operation and maintenance by qualified personnel. And the
operation must strictly follow the procedures in the manual
●No repairable parts in the projector and do not open covers for maintenance by yourself.
●
●
Don’t look straightly into the light sources especially for epileptics, otherwise eyes will be burned..
Do not connect this device to any type of dimmer pack.
●After lamp switched on, the minimum distance between the projector and illuminated surface is 18m.
●lens and other optical parts shall be replaced immediately if they have deformed or been damaged, otherwise the
light output will be compromised.
●
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Before operation, please confirm that all covers(housing) are on and screws tightened. It’s forbidden to use a
projector while covers(housing)are off .
●Keep the lamp clean and do not touch it with bare hands.
●While operating it, wear protective items.
●
Any electrical connection must be carried out by a qualified person .
Before installation, please confirm the voltage supplied matches what is required for the projector.
●Each projector must be properly earthed and installed as per related electrical standards.
●Do not use power cord with its insulator damaged and connect the power cord with other cables.
●If the projector is not used or under cleaning,, please hold the plug and unplug it. Do not unplug it forcefully
or by pulling the power cable.
●All power cords must conform to related safety and regulations.
●While being operated, the projector should not be under rains or in humidity.
●Do not switch on and off the projector constantly in very short intervals, otherwise the light source’s and other
electrical parts’ life will be shortened .
●
●
There are safety cord holes at the bottom of the base of a projector. In view of safety, please run the safety
●
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cord supplied through the safety cord holes for safety support.
Before any installation, maintenance and cleaning work, please ensure the projector is disconnected from
power mains.
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℃
.After stable operation ,
●After running for 30minutes, the temperature of the housing of the projector is 45
its temperature is 75 .
●While the lamp is stricken for the first time, there will be smoke and strange smell. It’s normal and does not
mean the projector has some defects.
℃
Do not mount the projector directly on inflammable surface.
Do not project the beam straightly on combustible items and the minimum distance between the projector
and illuminated items is 18m.
●A projector should be installed with good ventilation and the minimum distance between the projector and
walls is 50cm. At the same time, please ensure the fans and air inlets and outlets are workable.
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2.
INSTRUCTIONS
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
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If a projector can’t start. Please check if the fuse is blown up. If it does, replace it with a new fuse with same ratings. And the
projector has over-temperature protective device. If the temperature is too high, the protective device will be triggered to shut the
projector off. When it happens, please check if the fans run normally or fan shield is blocked by dust. After the issue is solved,
restart the projector.
The accumulation of oil, smoke and dust on the lens will compromise the light output. Cleaning a projector is very necessary to
ensure a reliable use of it. Cooling fans need to be cleaned every 15days. Internal lens, reflector and hot mirror need to be cleaned
periodically to optimize light output.
Cleaning frequency is to be decided by operations and its environment. Use soft cloth and normal detergent for glass for cleaning
work. It’s advised external optical system be cleaned every 20days and internal optical systems every 30/60days. Keep lens clean
and do not touch optical parts with bare hands.
Special note:
It’s normal phenomena that there will be mild water mist on the lens while the waterproof product is in use.
Before any maintenance and cleaning, please ensure the project is off the power.
Only qualified person is allowed to do maintenance.
●During maintenance and before maintenance, the projector must be off power.
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●To avoid sunlight or other light penetrating into the head via the front lens, resulting in high
temperature internally causing damages to the projector. Before power-off, please use Tilt
channel to move the head and make it facing downward.
●Do not use alcohol or other organic solvent to clean the housing to avoid damage.
●Do not use any solvent with chemical elements to clean color filters or hot mirror.
LUBRICATION
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To ensure smooth movement of gobos and zoom and focus lens, it’s advised rotators’ bearings and 2 sliding bars for zoom and
focus lens be lubricated every 2 months. High quality and high temperature lubricant/grease is advised..
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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PROBLEM
The projector doesn’t switch on
The lamp is on but the projector doesn’t respond
to the controller
The projector functions intermittently
Beam appears dim, Low in brightness
The project image appears to have a halo
Heavily Defective Beam
ACTION
Check the fuse on the power socket.
Check the lamp.
Make sure that the fixture’s start address is right
Replace or repair the XLR signal cable.
Make sure the fan is working well or fans and their shields are not blocked
Make sure the lamp is within its lifespan
Remove dust or grease from the lenses.
Carefully clean the lamp, optical lenses and other components.
Check if lens are in good condition(not cracked)
Clean dust or grease on the lens.
3. APPEARANCE
1. Front Lens
2. Tilt Lock
3. Pan Lock
4. Base
5. Front Lens Cover
6. Upper Head Cover
7. Chamber Cover
8. Lower Head Cover
9. Fan Cover
10. Pan Latch
11. Tilt Handle
Rear Panel of the Base
1. Waterproof power socket
2. Waterproof fuse holder
3. Waterproof 5-pin XLR Socket(Male)
4. Waterproof 5-pin XLR Socket(Female)
5. Waterproof Ethernet Port
6. Waterproof DMX Wireless Receiver
7. Gore-Tex membrane
Front Panel of the Base
1. Return Key
2. UP Key
3. Down Key
4. Enter Key
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4. INSTALLATION
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RIGGING
Before moving a projector, Please lock Pan and Tilt. Before its operation, please unlock them. It’s forbidden to run a
projector with power while it is locked.
Warning
Safety Cord
Please run the safety cord
through the two safety cord
holes to ensure safety safety
cord holes
Clamp
Handle
Control Panel
Take 2 clamps and the safety cord out from the package and mount 2 clamps on the underside of fixture with 2 retainers attached
to each clamp. Hang the fixture on the structure and fasten the screws attached to each clamp. (See the WARNING on the
underside of the base as shown above) To pass the SAFETY CORD through the HOLES for safety! Always ensure that the
projector is firmly anchored to avoid vibration and slipping whilst functioning. Always ensure that the structure that you are going
to mount the projector to is secure and strong enough to support the weight of a XR 1000 Framing.
WARNING:
●The projector MUST be lifted or carried by the HANDLES instead of clamps.
●.For safety the safety cord should afford 10 times the Projector’s weight.
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POWER CONNECTION
Connect the power cord as follows:
L (live) =brown
E (earth) =yellow/green
N (neutral) =blue
Before power connection, please ensure the power supplied must match what the nameplate says. It is recommended that each
projector be connected with power separately so that they may be individually switched on and off.
●The earth wire(yellow/green) must be connected to the ground. And electrical connection must be in
accordance with the standards concerned.
●If any questions about the electrical installation, do not continue but consult a qualified electrician.
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DMX CONTROL CONNECTION:
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Connection between controller and projector and between one projector and another must be made with a twin-screened cable, with
each wire having at least a 0.5mm in diameter. Connection to and from the projector is via cannon 5 pin (which are included with the
projector) or 5 pin XLR plugs and sockets. The XLR's are connected as shown in the figure above.
Note: care should be taken to ensure that none of the pins touch the metallic body of the plug or each other. XLR plugs and sockets
mustn’t be connected in any way other than mentioned in the above figure. The XR330BWS accepts digital control signals in protocol
DMX512 (1990).
Connect the controller’s DMX output to the first fixture’s DMX input, and connect the first fixture’s DMX output to the second
fixture’s DMX input and connect the rest fixtures in the same way. Eventually connect the last fixture’s DMX output to a DMX
terminator as shown in the figure below.
Input
DMX
Controller
Output
Input
Output
Input
DMX Teminator
DMX TERMINATOR
In the Controller mode, at the last fixture in the chain, the DMX output has to be connected with a DMX terminator. This prevents
electrical noise from disturbing and corrupting the DMX control signals.
The DMX terminator is simply an XLR connector with a 120Ω (ohm) resistor connected across pins 2 and 3, which is then plugged
into the output socket on the last projector in the chain. The connections are illustrated below.
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DMX TERMINATOR
2
1
3
120
CONNECTION
Connect a 120 (OHM) resistor
across pins 2 and 3 in an XLR plug
and insert into the DMX out socket
on the last unit in the chain.
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PIN 2
PIN 3
ALIGNMENT/INSTALLATION/REPLACEMENT OF A LAMP
Please hold the projector well before adjustment/installation/replacement of a lamp. As shown in figure1, remove fan cover of the
head and heat sink.
Removal/Installation of lamp as shown in figure2
Adjust the lamp as shown in figure3
Before the removal of the lamp, unplug the lamp wires. And plug the lamp wires after a new one is in.
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Don’t touch the internal surface of the reflector and the burner of the lamp with bare hands so as not to impair
the beam output. There is a protruding metal wire in the lamp, while installation do not damage it. Hold the lamp
body well before its removal. It’s forbidden to use force on the ceramic stand, otherwise it will loosen or fall off.
●Please read "Instructions " enclosed with the lamp
●While adjusting the lamp, it is forbidden to carry out the functions not associated with its adjustment.
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Figure1: loosen 4 screws of the fan cover of the head before removing it. Then loosen the screws of heat sink and remove it
and the fan.
Figure2: Unplug the lamp wires , push the upper clipping plate toward the spring with force, but push the lamp in the
opposite direction till it is off the plate, then take the lamp out obliquely. The same applies to its installation.
Figure 3: After the replacement of the lamp, please ensure first the lamp is clipped well before plugging lamp wires. Turn the
lamp on and adjust the lamp’s position to the middle. After that, install the heat sink, fan and fan cover.
The procedures for the replacement and adjustment of the lamp:
1. After the projector is powered on, disable the following function in the menu: services-factory mode- lamp fan sensor , then shut
it from power
2. Loosen the 4 screws of the fan cover and remove it.
3. Loosen 4 screws of the fan plate, remove the fan and the clump weight, loosen 10 screws of the heat sink and remove it.
4. Push the upper clipping plate of the lamp towards the spring, and at the same time pus the lamp towards the opposite till it is off
the plate and remove it obliquely,
5. The installation of the lamp is the same as its removal
6. Check if the lamp wires are plugged well, then turn on the lamp for adjustment
7. After the adjustment of the lamp, activate the following function in the menu: services-factory mode- lamp fan sensor. Then shut
it from the power
8. Check if the seals are good or not. If not, replace them with good ones. If no, install the heat sink, fan and fan cover in the
opposite sequences as the removal.
9. After installation, power it on. The projector will execute the total reset. After that, the projector can be used normally.
GOBO REPLACEMENT
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Replacement of the Gobos:
Open the chamber cover after loosening 4 screws.
Select the rotator for replacement of gobo. Push
the rotator at the opposite side of its gear till it is
off the holder of the rotating gobo wheel. Remove
the rotator gently . After replacement of the gobo,
place the rotator into the wheel and ensure it is in
the right position and not loose.
Rotating gobo wheel
Rotator
Rotator
Gobo
Gobo spring
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DANGER!
Before replacement of gobos, the projector must be off the power.
5. SETUP AND CONFIGURATION
FRONT PANEL OPERATION
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To browse through or change the projector ’s settings, press ENTER key for more than 3s(press ENTER key after power on) to
unlock the screen , then press UP/DOWN key to enter the projector ’s function menus. Each main menu has its sub-menus. And
each menu stands for special function. For the details, please see the following 6th point ”Operation Menu”.:
1.
At the page to set the fixture’s functions, press UP or DOWN key to select the functions desired.
2.
While menu operations, the FUNC key to escape, and ENTER key is used to confirm. Press ENTER key to save the changes
or enter into the sub menus. Press UP or DOWN key to change the numbers(minus or plus).
Press FUNC key to go to the uppler menu. If no key is pushed, the system will go back to initial status automatically.
DMX START ADDRESS
Each projector must be given a DMX start address so that the correct projector responds to the correct control signals. This DMX start
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address is the channel number from which the projector starts to “listen” to the digital control information being sent out from the
controller. The projector has 3DMX modes. There are standard mode ,short mode and extended mode. For example standard mode
has 31 channels, so set the No. 1 projector’s address 001, No. 2 projector’s address 032, No. 3 projector’s address 063,No. 4
projector’s address 094, and so on.
Switch on the Projector . Press ENTER key more than 3 seconds to unlock panel, then press UP or DOWN key to enter into the
fixture’s operation menus.
Select DMX Address icon and press ENTER key on the display and select DMX address at the 2nd level menu for the address setting.
Press UP or DOWN key for the DMX address desired.
Press ENTER key to confirm.
Press the FUNC key to go back to the upper level menu.
.
DMX WIRELESS CONTROL
The projector has wireless control function with wireless receiver module and antenna for remote control.
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The setup of it is below:
1. Press ENTER for more than 3s to unlock the control panel, then press UP or DOWN key to enter into the operation
menu and select “Config Settings”.
2. Select “Wireless Only” from the menu of “Signal Select”.
Only after the projector is linked with a transmitter, can it receive wireless signal sent by the transmitter. If unlinking it,
Press “Enter” for the menu of Un-link Wireless under the upper level menu of Config Settigns , then the fixture is unlinked
with the wireless transmitter.
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STAND-ALONE MODE
Operate the projector without connecting with a controller, enable the master mode through the operation panel, the
projector will run in Stand-Alone mode automatically.
DMX address can be set at any number within 512.
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MASTER/SLAVE MODE
Many projectors can run synchronously in the Master/Slave mode by linking them with each other. First,
connect the first fixture’s DMX output to the second fixture’s DMX input using XLR-XLR control cable and then connect the second
fixture’s DMX output to the third fixture’s DMX input, and so on until all projector are connected in this way. Eventually connect the
last fixture’s DMX output to a DMX terminator. Set 1st projector as the master and others are Slaves.
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Start Addresses of all Slaves are 001; Operation mode of the Master can be set any mode for a Master’ and Slaves’ operation mode can
be set accordingly.
After Powered on, the group will run in Master/Slave Mode
Master
Input
DMX
Controller
Output
Slave
Input
Slave
Output
Input
DMX Teminator
6. OPERATION MENU
1st
LEVEL
2nd LEVEL
3rd LEVEL
DMX Address
1-512
4th LEVEL
Default IP Address
2.X.X.X /10.X.X.X
Custom IP Address
X.X.X.X
IP Address
Address
Reset
SubNet Mask
X.X.X.X
ArtNet Universe
0-255
Total Reset
Really Reset?
Confirm or Cancel
Pan&Tilt Reset
Really Reset?
Confirm or Cancel
Colour System Reset
Really Reset?
Confirm or Cancel
Gobo Reset
Really Reset?
Confirm or Cancel
10
5th LEVEL
Dimmer/Shutter reset
Really Reset?
Confirm or Cancel
Zo.Fo. Fr. Pr. Reset
Really Reset?
Confirm or Cancel
Short Mode
Standard Mode
DMX Channel Mode
Extended Mode
View Selected Mode
Ch.01 Strobe
Ch.02 Dimmer
......
Ch.23 Control Function
Lamp Control
OFF/ ON
On By Power On
OFF/ ON
Control By DMX
OFF/ ON
Eco Power
OFF/ ON
Lamp Control
XLR Only
Config
Settings
XLR First
Wireless Only
Signal Select
Wireless First
Wireless In/XLR Out
ARTNET Only
ARTNET In/XLR Out
Normal time out
Loss of DMX
Hold Last Value
Off After Delay
Display Mode
On Always
Display Config
Invert OFF
Display Invert
Invert ON
Invert Auto
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Language Setting
English\Chinese
Celsius Degree
Temperature Unit
Fahrenheit Degree
Un-Link Wireless
Defaults
Really Un-Link?
Confirm or Cancel
Restore Defaults?
Confirm or Cancel
Pan DMX Invert
OFF/ ON
Tilt DMX Invert
OFF/ ON
Pan Tilt Swap
OFF/ ON
XY Feedback
OFF/ ON
Pan/Tilt Settings
Option
Settings
Invert Settings
Defaults
View DMX Values
Information
Pan/Tilt mode
Speed/Time
Dimmer Invert
OFF/ ON
Zoom Invert
OFF/ ON
CYM Invert
OFF/ ON
Restore Defaults?
Confirm or Cancel
Channel
Value
Strobe
XXX
Dimmer
XXX
Dimmer Fine XXX
CYM Macro
XXX
Cyan
XXX
Yellow
XXX
Magenta
XXX
CTO
XXX
Color Wheel
XXX
Color Wheel Fine XXX
Fixed Gobo Wheel XXX
Rot. Gobo Wheel XXX
Rot. Gobo Rotation XXX
Rot. Gobo Rotation F. XXX
Effect
XXX
Effect Rotation
XXX
Prism1
XXX
Prism1 Rotation XXX
Prism2
XXX
Prism2 Rotation XXX
Frost
XXX
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Note: "Speed Mode" means
Pan and Tilt will move from
Point A to Point B at their
respective maximum
speeds."Time Mode" means
both Pan and Tilt will arrive
at designated point at the
same time. It's advised Time
Mode be used if the projector
runs circles or in oblique
lines.
Focus
XXX
Focus Fine
XXX
Zoom
XXX
Zoom Fine
XXX
Pan
XXX
Tilt
XXX
Pan/Tilt Speed & Time XXX
Power/Special Fun. XXX
Lamp Hours
XXX H
Reset Lamp Hours
Total Hours
××××H
Temperature
Software Version
Electronic SN
XXXXXX
RDM Device Label
ANSI E1.20 RDM
Fan Status
Acceleration Sensor
Manual Effect Control
Service
Display Board=×××C
Pan & Tilt board=×××C
Driver Board1=×××C
Driver Board 2=×××C
Driver Board 3=×××C
Head Sensor=×××C
PCB
Sys Boot
Display Board xxx xxx
Pan & Tilt board xxx xxx
Driver Board1
xxx xxx
Driver Board 2 xxx xxx
Driver Board 3 xxx xxx
Fan
Speed Status
Lamp Fan xxx on/off
Lamp Fan2 xxx on/off
Strobe Fan xxx on/off
Gobo Fan xxx on/off
Lamp T Fan
xxx on/off
Lamp R Fan2 xxx on/off
Head Fan
xxx on/off
X Axis: XXX
Y Axis: XXX
Z Axis: XXX
Position: XXX
Strobe XXX
Dimmer XXX
Dimmer Fine XXX
CYM Macro XXX
Cyan XXX
Cyan Fine XXX
Yellow XXX
Yellow Fine XXX
Magenta XXX
Magenta Fine XXX
CTO XXX
CTO Fine XXX
Color Wheel XXX
Color Wheel Fine XXX
Fixed Gobo Wheel XXX
Rot. Gobo Wheel 1 XXX
Rot. Gobo1Rotation XXX
Rot. Gobo1Rotation F. XXX
Effect Wheel Rotation XXX
Effect Wheel RotationFine
XXX
Prism 1 XXX
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Prism 1 Rotation XXX
Prism 2XXX
Prism 2 Rotation XXX
Focus XXX
Focus Fine XXX
Zoom XXX
Zoom Fine XXX
Pan XXX
Pan Fine XXX
Tile XXX
Tilt Fine XXX
Pan & Tilt Speed &Time
XXX
Control Function XXX
Position Calibrations
XXX
…
DMX Mode
Master Mode
Operation
Mode
Stand-Alone Mode
Static Scene
Change Operation Mode?
Confirm or Cancel
Preset Memory
Change Operation Mode?
Confirm or Cancel
User Memory 1
Change Operation Mode?
Confirm or Cancel
User Memory 2
Change Operation Mode?
Confirm or Cancel
Preset Memory
Change Operation Mode?
Confirm or Cancel
User Memory 1
Change Operation Mode?
Confirm or Cancel
User Memory 2
Change Operation Mode?
Confirm or Cancel
Change Operation Mode?
Confirm or Cancel
Strobe XXX
Dimmer XXX
Edit User Memory
Edit User Memory 1
/
Edit User Memory 2
User
Memories
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(1~200Scenes)
Scene XX
(1~200 Scenes)
Dimmer Fine XXX
CYM Macro XXX
Cyan XXX
Cyan Fine XXX
Yellow XXX
Yellow Fine XXX
Magenta XXX
Magenta Fine XXX
CTO XXX
CTO Fine XXX
Color Wheel XXX
Color Wheel Fine XXX
Fixed Gobo Wheel XXX
Rot. Gobo Wheel 1 XXX
Rot. Gobo1Rotation XXX
Rot. Gobo1Rotation F. XXX
Effect Wheel Rotation XXX
Effect Wheel Rotation Fine
XXX
Prism 1 XXX
Prism 1 Rotation XXX
Prism 2XXX
Prism 2 Rotation XXX
Focus XXX
Focus Fine XXX
Zoom XXX
Zoom Fine XXX
Pan XXX
Pan Fine XXX
Tile XXX
Tilt Fine XXX
Pan & Tilt Speed &Time
XXX
Control Fun.
XXX
Delay Time XXX
Delay time unit msec/s/m
Link to Step XXX
Edit Static Scene
Init User Memory
Strobe XXX
Dimmer XXX
Dimmer Fine XXX
CYM Macro XXX
Cyan XXX
Cyan Fine XXX
Yellow XXX
Yellow Fine XXX
Magenta XXX
Magenta Fine XXX
CTO XXX
CTO Fine XXX
Color Wheel XXX
Color Wheel Fine XXX
Fixed Gobo Wheel XXX
Rot. Gobo Wheel 1 XXX
Rot. Gobo1Rotation XXX
Rot. Gobo1Rotation F. XXX
Effect Wheel Rotation XXX
Effect Wheel Rotation Fine
XXX
Prism 1 XXX
Prism 1 Rotation XXX
Prism 2XXX
Prism 2 Rotation XXX
Focus XXX
Focus Fine XXX
Zoom XXX
Zoom Fine XXX
Pan XXX
Pan Fine XXX
Tile XXX
Tilt Fine XXX
Pan & Tilt Speed &Time XXX
Control Function
XXX
Reset User Memory 1
Reset User Memory?
Confirm or Cancel
Reset User Memory 2
Reset User Memory?
Confirm or Cancel
Reset Static Scene
Reset Static Scene?
Confirm or Cancel
Remarks: Lamp fan sensor is only used during lamp adjustment
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Open: the lamp is affected by the lamp fan. If the lamp fan fails, the lamp won’t be on.
Close: the lamp is not affected by the lamp fan. Even if the lamp fan is not installed, the lamp will be on, but
Pan and Tilt are without force .
“Close” status is used only in emergency. If the lamp fan won’t run for long, it will cause harm to the
lamp.
After lamp adjustment, set the “lamp fan sensor as “Open” and activate total reset.
7. DMX PROTOCOL
Short
mode
1
2
Standard
mode
1
2
Extended
Mode
1
FUNCTION
Strobe
2
Dimmer
3
3
4
5
6
7
4
5
6
7
8
3
4
9
CYM Macro
DESCRIPTION
000-010
Close
011-025
Open
026-225
Strobe speed from slow to fast
226-246
Random strobe from slow to fast
247-255
Open
000-035
Close
036-255
Linear dimming 0-100%
000-255
Dimmer in 16 bit
000-016
White
017-035
Yellow+ Magenta=Red
036-054
Yellow
055-073
Yellow +Cyan=Green
074-092
Cyan
093-111
Cyan + Magenta= purple
112-128
Magenta
129-255
CYM color mixing from slow to fast
(
5
Cyan
000-255
Cyan (linear 0~100%)
6
Cyan Fine
000-255
Cyan in 16 Bit
7
Yellow
000-255
Yellow (linear 0~100%)
8
Yellow Fine
000-255
Yellow in 16 Bit
9
Magenta
000-255
Magenta (linear 0~100%)
10
Magenta Fine
000-255
Magenta in 16 Bit
000-005
No
006-024
Diffuser
025-255
Linear CTO
000-255
CTO in 16 bit
000-063
Indexing(0-360degrees)
064-068
Color1(Red)
069-073
Color2( Light Green)
074-078
Color3(Blue)
079-083
Color4(Cyan)
084-088
Color5(Yellow)
089-093
Color6(Magenta)
094-098
Color7(Orange)
099-103
Color8(Green)
104-108
Color9(Dark Blue)
11
12
8
Dimmer Fine
DMX
13
CTO
CTO Fine
Color Wheel
16
)
10
9
11
14
15
Color Wheel Fine
Fixed Gobo
Wheel
17
109-113
Color10(UV)
114-118
Color11(Light Yellow)
119-123
Color12(Dark Yellow)
124-127
White
128-191
Rotation ,Clockwise from slow to fast
192-255
Rotation, Anti-clockwise from fast to slow
0000-255
Color Wheel in 16 Bit
000-019
White
020-025
Gobo1
026-031
Gobo2
032-037
Gobo3
038-043
Gobo4
044-049
Gobo5
050-055
Gobo6
056-061
Gobo7
062-067
Gobo8
068-073
Gobo9
074-079
Gobo10
080-085
Gobo11
086-091
Gobo12
092-097
Gobo13
098-103
Gobo14
104-109
Gobo15
110-115
Gobo16
116-121
Gobo17
122-127
Gobo18
128-155
Clockwise rotation from slow to fast
156-183
Anti Clockwise rotation from slow to fast
184-187
Shake effect 1 from slow to fast
188-191
Shake effect 2 from slow to fast
192-195
Shake effect 3 from slow to fast
196-199
Shake effect 4 from slow to fast
200-203
Shake effect 5 from slow to fast
204-207
Shake effect 6 from slow to fast
208-211
Shake effect 7 from slow to fast
212-215
Shake effect 8 from slow to fast
216-219
Shake effect 9 from slow to fast
220-223
Shake effect 10 from slow to fast
224-227
Shake effect 11 from slow to fast
228-231
Shake effect 12 from slow to fast
232-235
Shake effect 3 from slow to fast
236-239
Shake effect14 from slow to fast
240-243
Shake effect 15 from slow to fast
244-247
Shake effect 16 from slow to fast
10
12
16
Rotating Gobo
Wheel l
248-251
Shake effect 17 from slow to fast
252-255
Shake effect 18 from slow to fast
000-015
White
016-031
Gobo1
032-047
Gobo 2
048-063
Gobo 3
064-079
Gobo 4
080-095
Gobo 5
096-111
Gobo 6
112-127
Gobo 7
128-156
186-195
Rotation clockwise From slow to Fast
Reverse Rotation anti-clockwise From slow to
Fast
Shake of Gobo 1 from slow to fast
196-205
Shake of Gobo 2 from slow to fast
206-215
Shake of Gobo 3 from slow to fast
216-225
Shake of Gobo 4 from slow to fast
226-235
Shake of Gobo 5 from slow to fast
236-245
Shake of Gobo 6 from slow to fast
246-255
Shake of Gobo 7 from slow to fast
000-128
Gobo Indexing(0~540degrees)
129-188
Rotation
189-195
Stop
196-255
Rotation
000-255
Gobo Rotation in 16 Bit
000-020
No
021-255
Effect Wheel In
157-185
11
13
12
17
Gobo Rotation
14
18
Gobo Rotation
Fine
15
19
Effect Wheel
000
13
16
Effect Wheel
Rotation
20
001-127
128-255
14
17
Prism 1
21
16
17
18
19
20
22
23
24
Prism1 Rotation
Prism2 Rotation
No
(Clockwise From slow to Fast)
Rotation (Anti-Clockwise From slow to Fast)
Rotation
Prism1
128-255
Prism2
000-127
Prism Indexing
Stop
Rotation(Clockwise from slow to fast)
Stop
193-255
Rotation(Anti- Clockwise from slow to fast)
000-016
White
017-127
Prism3
128-255
Prism4
000-127
Prism2 Indexing
128
129-191
18
)
(Anti-Clockwise Fromslow to Fast)
017-127
129-191
(
(Clockwise From slow to Fast)
Open
192
Prism 2
)
000-016
128
15
(
Stop
Rotation(Clockwise from slow to fast)
192
18
19
21
22
25
26
Stop
193-255
Rotation(Anti- Clockwise from slow to fast)
000-09
No
010-255
Frost In
Focus
000-255
Linear Focus
Focus in 16 bit precision
Frost
23
27
Focus Fine
000-255
24
28
Zoom
000-255
Linear Zoom
25
29
Zoom Fine
000-255
Zoom in 16 bit precision
21
26
30
Pan
000-255
Pan(0°~540°)
22
27
31
Pan Fine
000-255
Pan in 16 bit
23
28
32
Tilt
000-255
Tilt(0°~270°)
24
29
33
Tilt Fine
000-255
Tilt in 16 bit
30
34
Pan & Tilt Speeds
000-255
Pan & Tilt Speed from Fast to Slow
20
Reserved
000-019
Keep in the DMX range for more than 5S to activate the following
functions. If power-off, the following are invalid.
Graphic Display On
020-024
025-029
Graphic Display Off
030-034
Reserved
035-039
Lamp ECO Power
040-044
Lamp Full Power
045-089
Reserved
090-094
Pan & Tilt Speed Mode
095-099
Pan & Tilt Time Mode
100-129
Reserved
130-139
Lamp On
140-149
Pan & Tilt Reset
150-159
Color System Reset
160-169
Gobo Wheel Reset
170-179
Dimmer/Shutter Reset
180-189
Zoom/Frost/Focus/Prism Reset
190-199
Reserved
200-209
Total Reset
210-229
Reserved
230-239
Lamp Off
240-255
1. The projector can’t be turned on within 1 minute after the lamp-off.
2. Fan error can cause lamp-off.
Reserved
25
31
35
Control
8. SIGNS ON THE TOUCH SCREEN
Lamp comtrol
Option Settings
19
Chinese-English
Information
Error messages
Service
Address
Operation Mode
Reset
User Memories
Config Settings
9. ERROR MESSAGES
The system can detect some errors during the reset, if
displayed, touch ENTER to view the error.
The error messages are as follows:
Name
Type
Correction
Timeout/magnet Sensor/Encoder
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
Pan
Tilt
Timeout/magnet Sensor/Encoder
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
Cyan
Timeout
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
Yellow
Timeout
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
Magenta
Timeout
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
CTO
Timeout
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
Color Wheel
Timeout
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
Fixed gobo wheel
Timeout
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
Rot. Gobo Wheel
Timeout
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
Rot. Gobo Rotation
Timeout
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
Dimmer
Timeout
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
Prism 1
Timeout
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
Prism 1 Rotation
Timeout
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
Prism 2
Timeout
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
Prism 2 Rotation
Timeout
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
Focus
Timeout
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
Zoom
Timeout
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
Effect Wheel
Effect
wheel
Rotation
Lamp Fan1
Timeout
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
Timeout
Check if wiring, positioning parts and motors are normal
Error
Check if fan and its wiring are normal
Lamp Fan2
Error
Check if fan and its wiring are normal
CMY Fan
Error
Check if fan and its wiring are normal
Head Fan1
Error
Check if fan and its wiring are normal
Head Fan 2
Error
Check if fan and its wiring are normal
Head Chamber Fan
Error
Check if fan and its wiring are normal
Pan and Tilt Board
Error
Check signal wire
20
Driver Board 1
Error
Check signal wire
Driver Board2
Error
Check signal wire
Driver Board3
Error
Check signal wire
Acceleration Sensor
Error
Check signal wire
Lamp on
Timeout
Check if he lamp is damaged
Lamp Life
Lamp
Off[Fan
Error]
Lapsed Time
Timeout Warning
Error
Time IC
Error
Lapsed time
X days
Use hours Setting
successfully
Check if all fans are normal
Timeout
10. TECHNICAL DATA
ELECTRIC PARAMETERS
,
Input voltages 100V~240V AC 50/60Hz
Input Power 800W @ 220V
Current at Maximum 8A
〉
Power factor PF 0.9
LAMP SPECIFICATIONS
Lamp
Color Temperature
PHILIPS MSD Platinum 25 R
7800 K
Manufacturers Rated Lamp Life
1500hours
Optional
Lamp
OSRAM SIRIUS HRI 550W XL
Color temperature
7500K
Manufacturers Rated Lamp Life
1500hours
COLORS
1 Color wheel: 12colors+ Open, rainbow effect with bi-directional and variable speeds, Stepping/linear color changing
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Color 9
Color 10
Color8
Color 11
Color 7
Color 12
Color 6
Open
Color 5
Color 1
Color 4
Color 2
Color 3
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Code No.
092550001A
092550002 A
092550003 A
092550004 A
092550005 A
092550006 A
092550007 A
092550008 A
092550009 A
092550010 A
092550011 A
090071258
Colors
Red
Light Green
Blue
Cyan
Yellow
Magenta
Orange
Green
Dark Blue
UV
Light Yellow
Dark Yellow
INDEPENDENT CTO SYSTEM
Linear CTO system
FIXED GOBO WHEEL
1 Fixed gobo wheel: 17 gobos +Open
Bi-directionally rotatable, and shakable at variable speeds
Gobo1
Gobo2
Gobo3
Gobo4
Gobo5
Gobo6
Gobo7
Gobo8
Gobo9
Gobo10
Gobo11
Gobo12
Gobo13
Gobo14
22
Gobo15
Gobo16
Gobo17
ROTATING GOBO WHEEL
1 Rotating gobo wheel:
7Interchangeable Gobos +Open
Bi-directionally rotatable, and shakable at variable speeds
Gobo Replaceable, Gobo diameter: Φ22.5mm ,Gobo image diameter: Φ12mm
Gobo1
Gobo 2
Gobo 6
Gobo 7
Gobo 3
Gobo 4
Gobo 5
PRISM
4 pcs of prisms which can be overlapped (8 facet circular prism+ 4facet linear prism) (9 facet circular prism+ gradient prism) And other
optional prisms
EFFECT WHEEL
1 graphic effect wheel, bi-directional rotation with variable speeds and can be overlapped with fixed gobo wheel and rotating gobo wheel
FROST
1pc independent frost filter
FOCUS
DMX linear focus
ZOOM
DMX linear zoom
23
DIMMER/STROBE
0-100% Linearly adjustable/ Double shutter blades, 0.3~25 F.P.S
HEAD MOVEMENT
Pan 540º, Tilt 270º with auto position correction
BEAM ANGLE
Beam Mode:
0°-- 2°
Spot Mode:
Wash Mode:
2°-- 40°, Linear Adjustment
3°-- 50°, Linear Adjustment
CONTROL
DMX512 5- pin interfaces(Optional 3-pin)
25channels in short mode, 31channels in standard mode , 35channels in extended mode
Self-test mode
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Adjustable Pan & Tilt speeds
Lamp’s and fixture’s hours displayed
Modular Structure for easy maintenance
DMX512 wireless receiever (Option)
Optional DMX512 Wireless Transmitter (Option)
Network function (Option)
HOUSING
Cast aluminum ,high temperature and anti-UV ABS, IP66
NET WEIGHT:
36.5Kg
WORK TEMPERATURE
Maximum ambient temperature: 45°C
Waterproof projector: When the ambient temperature is below minus 20 Celsius, please preheat the lamp not less than 10
minutes and then reset the projector.
SIZES
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LIGHT OUTPUT
Beam/Spot Mode
40° Lux
2.0°Lux
0
0
1905
7618
2080712 520178
846
476
231190 130045
305
83228
212
57798
Distance(m)
0m
5m
10m
15m
20m
25m
30m
Diameter(m)
Diameter(m)
0
0.18
3.59
0.36
7.18
0.54
10.76
0.72
14.35
0.89
17.94
1.07
21.53
0
Wash Mode
0
0
5161
849072
1290
212268
573
94341
323
53067
206
33963
143
23585
Distance(m)
0m
5m
10m
15m
20m
25m
30m
Diameter(m)
Diameter(m)
0
0
0.27
4.42
0.53
8.84
0.80
13.25
1.07
17.67
1.33
22.09
1.60
26.51
50° Lux
3°Lux
11. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM AND PCB CONNECTIONS
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
●
25
26
PCB CONNECTIONS
8-Channel SLAVE1 P/N230060762
:
●
8 Channel Driver Board 1
:
8-CHANNLE SLAVE2 P/N230060763
1
M1-1 Motor
12
24V Input
2
M1-2 Motor
13
Reserved
3
M1-3 Motor
14
Reserved
4
M1-4 Motor
15
HALL1-6Magnet Sensor
5
M1-5 Motor
16
HALL1-5 Magnet Sensor
6
M1-6 Motor
17
HALL1-4 Magnet Sensor
7
Reserved
18
HALL1-3 Magnet Sensor
8
Reserved
19
HALL1-2 Magnet Sensor
9
Reserved
20
HALL1-1 Magnet Sensor
10
Head Fan1
21
Signal output
11
Head Fan2
22
Signal input
8 Channel Driver Board 2
:
4-CHANNEL SLAVE3 P/N230060764
1
M2-1 Motor
12
24V Input
2
M2-2 Motor
13
HALL2-8 Magnet Sensor
3
M2-3 Motor
14
HALL2-7 Magnet Sensor
4
M2-4 Motor
15
HALL2-6 Magnet Sensor
5
M2-5 Motor
16
HALL2-5 Magnet Sensor
6
M2-6 Motor
17
HALL2-4 Magnet Sensor
7
M2-7 Motor
18
HALL2-3 Magnet Sensor
8
M2-8 Motor
19
HALL2-2 Magnet Sensor
9
Thermal Sensor
20
HALL2-1 Magnet Sensor
10
CMY Fan
21
Signal output
11
Ceramic stand fan
22
Signal input
1
M3-3 Motor
8
2
M3-4 Motor
9
Reserved
3
Gravity Sensor
10
Signal input
4 Channel Driver Board 3
4
Reserved
11
Reserved
5
24V Input
12
M3-1 Motor
6
Reserved
13
M3-2 Motor
7
HALL3-3 Magnet Sensor
:
X BOARD P/N230060769
1
2
3
4
5
Pan Board
Optical sensor
SX magnetic sensor
Pan Motor
48V power input
Signal
:
Y BOARD P/N230060770
1
2
3
4
5
27
Reserved
Tilt Board
Tilt Encoder
SY magnetic sensor
Tilt Motor
48V power input
Signal
12. COMPONENT ORDER CODES
NAME
PART NO.
QTY.
STEPPER MOTOR
STEPPER MOTOR
STEPPER MOTOR
STEPPER MOTOR
STEPPER MOTOR
STEPPER MOTOR
STEPPER MOTOR
STEPPER MOTOR
STEPPER MOTOR
STEPPER MOTOR
STEPPER MOTOR
STEPPER MOTOR
TURBO FAN
PWM SPEED ADJUSTING FAN
FAN
4 WIRE WATERPROOF FAN
FAN
BALLAST
LAMP
ROTATING GOBO WHEEL
ACCESSORY
COLOR WHEEL ACCESSORY
FIXED
GOBO
WHEEL
ACCESSORY
SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY
030040073B
030040114C
030040121A
030040136B
030040167A
030040212B
030040213B
030040246A
030040254A
030040221C
030040224C
030040257A
030060072
030060098
030060102
030060111
030069005
040070127
100070045
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
3
1
1
1
2
3
1
2
1
1
120110826
1
120110878
1
120110827
1
230020686
1
MASTER BOARD
230060607
1
8 CHANNEL DRIVER BOARD 1
8 CHANNEL DRIVER BOARD 2
4 CHANNEL DRIVER BOARD 3
PAN DRIVER BOARD
TILT DRIVER BOARD
FUSE
TILT BELT
ZOOM BELT
PRISM WHEEL IN/OUT BELT
ROTATING GOBO WHEEL BELT
GOBO ROTATION BELT
PAN BELT
FOCUS BELT
230060762
230060763
230060764
230060769
230060770
270030005
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
290151444
290151313
290151405
290151355
290151414
290151441
290151386
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REMARKS
29
PR LIGHTING LTD.
1582 Xingye Avenue, Nancun Panyu
Guangzhou, 511442 China
TEL: +86-20-3995 2888
PR lighting will try its best to offer accurate and overall information about a product’s technical data. Any changes won’t be notified if necessary. Patented Products.
Counterfeiting Will be Prosecuted!
P/N: 320020805
Version: 20160712
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