ENGLISH
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MINISCAN HPE
INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL
Carefully read this instructions manual in its entirety and keep it safe for future
reference.
It is essential to know the information and comply with the instructions given
in this manual in order to ensure the fitting is installed, used and serviced correctly and safely.
• Maintenance
Before starting any maintenance work or cleaning the projector, cut off power from the
supply mains.
After switching off, do not remove any parts of the fitting for 4 minutes. After this time
the likelihood of the lamp exploding is virtually null. If it is necessary to replace the
lamp, wait for another 15 minutes to avoid getting burnt.
The fitting is designed to hold in any splinters produced by a lamp exploding. The lenses must be mounted and, if visibly damaged, they have to be replaced with genuine
spares.
• Temperature of the external surface
The maximum temperature that can be reached on the external surface of the fitting,
in a thermally steady state, is 100°C (212°F).
• Lamp
CLAY PAKY S.p.A. disclaims all liability for damage to the fitting or to other
property or persons deriving from installation, use and maintenance that have
not been carried out in conformity with this instructions manual, which must
always accompany the fitting.
The fitting mounts a high-pressure lamp with an external igniter.
- Carefully read the "operating instructions" provided by the lamp manufacturer.
- Immediately replace the lamp if damaged or deformed by heat.
CLAY PAKY S.p.A. reserves the right to modify the characteristics stated in this
instructions manual at any time and without prior notice.
The products referred to in this manual conform to the
European Community Directives to which they are subject:
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• Low Voltage 73/23
• Electromagnetic Compatibility 89/336
SAFETY INFORMATION
• Installation
Make sure all the parts for fixing the projector are in a good state of repair.
Make sure the point of anchorage is stable before positioning the projector.
The safety rope, properly hooked onto the fitting and secured to the framework, must
be installed so that, if the primary support system fails, the fitting falls as little as possible. If the safety rope gets used, it needs to be replaced with a genuine spare.
• Minimum distance of illuminated objects
The projector needs to be positioned so that the objects
hit by the beam of light are at least 1 metres (3’3”) from
the lens of the projector.
(3’ 3”)
1.0
HTI 300
• Minimum distance of flammable materials
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INSTALLING THE PROJECTOR
• Unpacking
Open the cardboard box, take out
the polystyrene wrapping and separate it, freeing the projector.
Remove the plastic bag from the
projector and position this on a horizontal top.
The projector must be positioned so that any flammable materials are at least 0.10
metres (4”) from every point on the surface of the fitting.
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It is permissible to mount the fitting on normally flammable surfaces.
• Maximum ambient temperature
• Packing contents
For the fitting to operate well and reliably, the ambient temperature should not exceed
35°C (95°F).
Besides the projector, the packing also
contains the following accessories:
• IP20 protection rating
The fitting is protected against penetration by solid bodies with a diameter of over
12mm (0.47”) (first digit 2), but not against dripping water, rain, splashes or jets of
water (second digit 0).
• Protection against electrical shock
This fitting is classified, in accordance with the type of protection against electrical
shock, in Class I. It must therefore be connected to a power supply system with efficient earthing.
It is, moreover, recommended to protect the supply lines of the projectors from indirect contact and/or shorting to earth by using appropriately sized residual current
devices.
• Hooking up to the supply mains
The operations for connecting to the electricity mains must be carried out by a qualified electrical installer.
Check that the mains frequency and voltage correspond to the frequency and voltage
for which the projector is designed, given on the electrical data label.
This label also gives the input power. Refer to this to evaluate the maximum number
of fittings to connect to the electricity line in order to avoid overloading.
- Safety rope code 105041/002 (1).
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2
- Socket for mounting on cable code
030210 (2).
- This instructions manual
code 099509 (3).
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- Multilingual labels (4) with safety
information code 081949/004 (located
in the lamp compartment of the
projector).
• Preparing the warning label
Find the relamping label (5) on the cover of the projector and, if necessary, replace
it with one of the optional multilingual labels (4) in the lamp compartment of the
projector. Read paragraph 5 MAINTENANCE for the instructions on opening the
projector.
CAUTION: Read carefully and meticulously apply the information and instructions given on this label. In addition, check it is never removed as it contains
important safety information.
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ENGLISH
Congratulations on choosing a Clay Paky product! We thank you for your custom. Please note that this product, as all the others in the rich Clay Paky range,
has been designed and made with total quality to ensure excellent performance
and best meet your expectations and requirements.
HTI 300W/DX
HTI 300W/DEL
• Projector mounting
Connecting the control signals RS 232/423(PMX) - DMX 512
Position the bracket (6) according to the desired angle and lock it with the knobs (7).
The bracket (6) can be height adjusted by using the two holes on the bracket; it can
moreover also be mounted towards the bottom of the fitting. To do this it is necessary
to fully extract the knobs (7), reposition the bracket (6) in the desired position, put the
knobs (7) back in and tighten them appropriately.
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DMX 512
RS 232/423
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The connection between the projector and the control unit and between different projectors must be made with cable conforming to the EIA RS-485 specifications: braided, bipolar, shielded, 120Ω of characteristic impedance, 22-24 AWG, low capacity.
IMPORTANT: Do not use a microphone cable or any other cable with different characteristics to the ones specified above.
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• Fitting the lamp
Refer to the instructions for opening the projector and changing the lamp in paragraph
5 MAINTENANCE.
The terminations need to be made with male/female connectors type XLR with 5 pins.
If you use the DMX signal, on the last fitting it is necessary to add a terminal plug (12)
with a resistance of 120Ω (minimum 1/4 W) between the terminals 2 and 3.
If using the RS232/423(PMX) signal, the terminal is not required
• Installing the projector
SCREEN
The projector can be secured in any
position without affecting its operating
features.
Secure the projector in the desired
position with the holes on the bracket
(6) using two 10 mm screws ø with
nut and spring washer.
SCREEN
SIGNAL
1 2
3
5 4
RS232/423
(PMX)
DMX
512
SIGNAL
SIGNAL
1 2
3
5 4
SIGNAL
IMPORTANT: The wires must make no contact with each other or with the metal casing of the connectors. The casing needs to be connected to the braid of the shield and
to pin 1 of the connectors.
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• Switching on the projector
• Fixing the safety rope
After carrying out all the above operations, press the switch (13) checking that the
lamp comes on and the automatic resetting sequence starts.
It is compulsory to mount the safety rope (1). This has to be secured to
the projector framework and then
hooked onto the rings (8) on the base
of the projector.
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• Projector coding
Every MINISCAN HPE occupies 7 control channels. For these to be correctly
addressed to each projector it is necessary to code the projectors.
This has to be done on each single MINISCAN HPE, switching the microswitches (14)
according to the following table. The coding can also be done with the projector
switched off.
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SUPPLY AND FINE-TUNING
• Mains power connection
The projector has to be hooked up to the electricity mains via the socket (2) supplied.
It is advisable for each projector to be connected with its own switch so as to be able
to switch it on and off individually from a distance.
Spotlight selection
DIGITAL INPUT
14
2
13
TILT
PAN
TEST
256
128
64
32
16
8
4
2
1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
15
ON
OPTION SELECT
AND
START ADDRESS
CHANNEL
ASSIGNMENTS
PIN
CONNECTIONS
STATUS
LEDS
DATA
ERROR
PMX
RS232/423
1=SCREEN
2=SIGNAL
3=SIGNAL
PMX
1 = ROTATING
COLOURS
2 = GOBO
ROTATION
3 = GOBO
CHANGE
4 = DIMMER/
STOPPER/
STROBE
5 = PAN
6 = TILT
7 = COLOR &
EFFECTS
DMX
DMX 512
1=SCREEN
2=SIGNAL
3=SIGNAL
ON
THE DIGITAL START ADDRESS IS THE SUM OF THE
NUMBERS PRODUCED BY THE SELECTED SWITCHES
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• Selecting the frequency 50/60Hz
Some MINISCAN HPE made to specific requirements are equipped with
a device to quickly adapt the fitting to
the frequency of the electricity mains.
To select the right frequency, open
the top cover, referring to the instructions in paragraph 5 MAINTENANCE
and proceed as follows. Under the
square of the mount of the terminal
block (9), find the lever (10) of the frequency selector. With the aid of any
tool that can be used on the lever
(10), position it on the desired frequency, referring to the label (11).
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9
11
10
- Channels 1-7
ON
OFF
Projector 2
- Channels 8-14
ON
OFF
Projector 3
- Channels 15-21
ON
OFF
Projector 4
- Channels 22-28
ON
OFF
Projector 5
- Channels 29-35
ON
OFF
Projector 6
- Channels 36-42
ON
OFF
Projector 7
- Channels 43-49
ON
OFF
Projector 8
- Channels 50-56
ON
OFF
Projector 9
- Channels 57-63
ON
OFF
Projector 10 - Channels 64-70
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
TEST
64
128
32
8
16
1
CODE
Projector 1
4
N
2
Mains
On turning the TEST microswitch (15) onto the ON position, the projector runs a selfcheck routine, during which the effects are mechanically reset, with the projector on.
At the end of the operation, or whenever you want to interrupt this procedure, turn the
TEST microswitch back onto OFF.
Whereas, on setting all the channels on level 0 (blackout), after an interval of 2 seconds, the effects are re-calibrated, thanks to which it is possible, from the control unit,
to take back onto the correct position any motorized effects that during operation had
accidentally "lost step".
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MAINTENANCE
• Opening and closing the projector
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Loosen the handwheel (20) and slightly lift the top cover (21), then forcing it
sideways in the direction shown by the
arrow free the cover from the body of
the projector.
After maintenance, fit the top cover
(21) back on, repeating the previous
sequence in reverse order.
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ENGLISH
The entire re-calibration cycle lasts approximately 35 seconds and can be stopped at
any time by simply setting a channel at a level above 0.
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PROJECTOR POSITIONING
Before proceeding, set the channels as shown in the following table.
• Re-lamping
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CHANNEL
COLOUR DISC
GOBO ROTATION
GOBO SELECTION
DIMMER / STOP / STROBE
PAN
TILT
EFFECTS DISC
CURSOR POSITION
0 % (white spot)
100 % (white spot)
50 % (central position)
50 % (central position)
0 % (white spot)
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After opening the projector, loosen the
two side ring nuts (22) of the lamp to
replace and remove it from the mountings (23).
Take the new lamp out of its package,
loosen the two side ring nuts (22) and
insert it in the mountings (23). Finally,
screw on the ring nuts.
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24
22
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• Light beam centring
After carrying out the operations
described, loosen the knobs (7), proceed by moving the projector on the
bracket (6) to position the beam of
light on the central point of the scene,
then lock the knobs (7).
IMPORTANT: To distribute the beam of light uniformly, the lamp needs to be positioned with the protrusion (24), visible on the bulb, outside the optical axis of the projector. For this purpose it is recommended to turn the protrusion towards towards the
top cover of the projector
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• Replacing fuses
To replace the fuses, press the tab
(25) and take out the fuse-holder box
(26). Replace blown fuses with new
ones of the type specified on the label
(27) on the fuse-holder box (26). Put it
back in so the tab (25) clicks home.
• Adjusting the lens
Move the lens (16) axially to obtain
perfect focusing of the projected
image, then lock the handwheel (17).
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FUSE
5 x 20
5A T
250 V
27
26
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• Removing the lens hood plate
• Adjusting the lens hood
Loosen the two handwheels (18),
move the lens hood (19) in the directions shown by the arrows and lock it
in the desired position by tightening
the two handwheels (18).
Check the positioning of the lens
hood by taking the TILT to 100% (with
microswitch 12 in the OFF position)
and moving the PAN from 0% to
100%.
Before carrying out the routine maintenance operations on the effects unit,
described below, it is necessary to
remove the lens hood plate (28) by
unscrewing the two handwheels (29),
take care not to drop them inside the
projector.
After the necessary maintenance, fit
the lens hood plate (28) back on,
securing it with the two handwheels
(29).
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28
29
19
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• Periodical cleaning
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To keep optimum efficiency and functionality over time, it is vital to periodically clean the parts where dust and
grease can accumulate.
The frequency with which to carry out
the following operations depends on
several factors, such as hte number of
movements of the effects and the
quality of the work environment (air
humidity, dust, saltiness, etc.).
To remove dirt from the lenses and filters, use a soft cloth dampened with
any liquid detergent for cleaning glass.
TECHNICAL DATA
Power supplies available
• 230V 50Hz
• 240V 50Hz
• 208V 60Hz
• 200V 50Hz
• 200V 60Hz
• 120V 60Hz
• 100V 50Hz
• 100V 60Hz
The projector is designed to work at the
frequency and voltage given on the electrical data label on the back of the appliance.
Never use solvents or spirits.
Lamp
Metal halide supplied with special built-in
power supply unit.
• Type HTI 300W/DX
- Connection SFc 10-4
- Colour temperature 6,500 K
- Luminous flux 22,000 lm
- Average life 750 h
- Any working position
• Type HTI 300W/DEL
- Connection SFc 10-4
- Colour temperature 5,700 K
- Luminous flux 20,000 lm
- Average life 3,000 h
- Working position p45
Parts requiring frequent cleaning.
Parts requiring monthly cleaning.
Once a year it is recommended to
submit the projector to qualified technical personnel for non-routine maintenance consisting of at least the following operations:
- General cleaning of internal parts.
- Restoring lubrication of all parts
subject to friction, using lubricants
specifically supplied by Clay Paky.
- General inspection of internal components, wiring, mechanical parts,
etc.
- Electrical, photometric and functional tests.
- Any repairs.
Optical unit
• Base in die-cast aluminium.
• Twin lens condenser.
• Spherical reflector with a high luminous
efficiency.
THE PROJECTOR WILL NOT SWITCH ON
THE ELECTRONICS DO NOT WORK
TROUBLE
DEFECTIVE PROJECTION
REDUCED BRIGHTNESS
POSSIBLE CAUSES
No mains supply.
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Cooling
Forced ventilation with axial fans.
1:1,6/100 mm (16,6°)
1:2,8/120 mm (13,6°)
1:2,2/135 mm (12,6°)
Mounting
• In steel painted with epoxy powders.
• Two installation positions with a step of
50 mm (1,97”).
• Adjustable on 110°.
• Safety rope fixing point.
Working position
Operation in any position, limited to the
specifications of the lamp used.
Weights and dimensions
Versions 200-240V: 13 kg (28 Ibs 10 ozs)
Versions 100-120V: 16 kg (35 Ibs 3 ozs)
Channels
N. 7 control channels.
CHECKS AND REMEDIES
Check the supply socket is powered and/or fuse conductivity.
(9.37”) 238
(11.81”) 300
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8
Lens units
• Standard:
• Optional:
• Optional:
TROUBLESHOOTING
Safety Devices
• Automatic break in power supply in
case of overheating or failed operation
of cooling system.
• Power supply automatically cut off on
opening the cover.
• Two safety rope fixing points.
Body
In die-cast aluminium painted with epoxy
powders.
Input power
• 900VA at 230V 50Hz
Motors
8 stepper motors, operating with microsteps, totally microprocessor controlled..
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Inputs
• RS232/423(PMX)
• DMX 512
Moving mirror
• Mirror with extra high luminous efficiency
• Movement by means of two stepper
motors, controlled by microprocessor.
• Travel:
- PAN = 150°
- TILT = 110°
• Maximum speeds:
- PAN = 0.4 sec (150°)
- TILT = 0.3 sec (110°)
• Resolution:
- PAN = ± 0.3°
- TILT = ± 0.2°
Lamp exhausted or defective.
Replace the lamp
(see instructions).
Signal transmission cable
short-circuited or disconnected.
Replace cables.
Wrong coding.
Check coding
(see instructions)
Defect in electronic circuits.
Call an authorized technician.
Lens broken.
Call an authorized technician.
Dust or grease deposited.
Clean
(see instructions).
(22.91”) 582
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