SET UP MANUAL Travelling Exhibition from Odense City Museums

Carl Nielsen
Music is Life
SET UP MANUAL
Travelling Exhibition
from Odense City Museums
DK-5000 Denmark
CONTENT IN
FLIGHTCASES
CARL NIELSEN TOURING EXHIBITION
ODENSE CITY MUSEUMS
KVORNING DESIGN & COMMUNICATION, 20 SEPTEMBER 2012
FLIGHTCASE
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
CONTENT
Top unit, incl. speakers and player
Top unit, incl. speakers, player and screen
Top unit, incl. speakers, player and screen
Top unit incl. showcase
Top unit Top unit, incl. speakers and player
Top unit, incl. speakers and player
Lower unit
Lower unit
Lower unit
Lower unit
Lower unit
Lower unit
Lower unit
2 base sets
2 base sets
2 base sets
1 base set
House box -­‐ Cables and tools
Figure
TOTAL
NOTES
All units include 2 light boxes
* all heights are incl. wheels
DIMENSIONS IN CM
H*
L
W
139
105
55
139
105
55
139
105
55
139
105
55
139
105
55
139
105
55
139
105
55
114
105
55
114
105
55
114
105
55
114
105
55
114
105
55
114
105
55
114
105
55
47
74
33
47
74
33
47
74
33
47
74
33
74
120
60
32
26
24
WEIGHT
KGS
80
84
84
62
62
80
80
56
56
56
56
56
56
56
44
44
44
32
120
15
VALUE
DKK exl VAT
69.000
75.000
75.000
32.000
32.000
69.000
69.000
32.000
32.000
32.000
32.000
32.000
32.000
32.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
5.000
20.000
20.000
1223
720000
flightcase 4
flightcase 5
flightcase 6
flightcase 7
flightcase 11
flightcase 12
flightcase 13
flightcase 14
Unit 04
A
B
A
A
B
Unit 05
B
flightcase 3
flightcase 2
flightcase 1
Unit 01
flightcase 10
flightcase 9
flightcase 8
ALL UNITS
Front (A)
Back (B)
Unit 02
A
A
Unit 03
B
A
Unit 06
B
A
B
Unit 07
B
EXHIBITION PLAN
+ SOUNDDIRECTION
PLAN A
a
B
B
B
Unit 01
Unit 02
Unit 03
Unit 04
b
A
A
A
a
a
a
Unit 05
Unit 06
Unit 07
b
b
b
Transformer
Transformer
(110v/220v)
MAT
Defender 85900
Fine-grooved Mat black
NB
The arranger of an exhibition
is responsible for following
recommendations when
placing cable lines on a floor.
Cable mats should be used
and taped to the floor with
a tape that does not damage
the surface of the floor.
MAT
PLAN B
a
a
B
B
B
B
a
Unit 01
Unit 02
Unit 03
Unit 04
Unit 05
Unit 06
Unit 07
b
b
A
A
A
A
b
Transformer
MAT
PLAN C
PLAN D
a
Unit 01
b
Un
B
it
A
Transformer
02
it
Unit 01
07
it
a
Un
a
a
b
it
06
b
Unit 07
t 06
Uni
Un
05
03
it
Un
B
A
it
a
b
Un
i
t
05
04
a
b
B
A
b
B
Unit
A
MAT
Unit 04
02
A
a
it
b
n
B
U
Transformer
03
A
b
Un
B
Un
a
SET UP UNITS
STEP BY STEP
top part
of unit
sides
bottom part
of unit
sides
foot stands
step 1
step 2
step 3
acrylic
Open the flight case. Remove the sides
and inner partitions. Then remove the
lower section of the unit.
Remove the foot stands and attach
them to the bottom of the unit.
Attach the top of the stand to the
bottom part.
Acrylic front piece attaches by using
suction cups and can be detached.
N.B. Ensure cut-out slots where cables
and components will be placed are on
same side.
Assembly
instructions
If problems should
arise, contact:
• Kasper Stouenborg
Video +45 4077 8098
Two electrical sockets have been
installed under every unit. Two sets
(blue and grey) have been installed
on each side of the unit.
2
• Anders Jørgensen
Sound +45 6172 8098
The blue socket is for input and the
grey for output.
• Søren Siig
Electric +45 2049 5586
The units are connected to each other
in a long string.
Units
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
To make a connection, insert the blue
cable plug into the blue socket on the
unit.
Off-and-On switch
Insert the plug and turn it clockwise
until it clicks and locks in place.
Volume knob
Sensor
Assembly joint
Removable foot stands
4
3
Worth knowing
Current has now been connected to
Unit #1.
All units operate on a 230-volt source.
Units can remain turned on and running 24 hours a day.
1
5
To make a connection to the next
stand, plug a cable into one of the grey
sockets mounted on either side of the
bottom of the unit.
Assembly of top and bottom
The electrical components are to be
assembled when the top and bottom
sections are joined together.
There are two components; both are
grey. Insert the plug and turn it clockwise until it clicks.
Grey sockets function in the same way
as the blue ones. Insert the plug and
turn it clockwise until it clicks and
locks in place.
When the components have been assembled, insert it in place so the cover
can be put onto it later.
Important
The assembled components should be
flush with the frame.
A
The two sockets—grey and blue—are
beside each other. Repeat the procedure
to connect as many units as desired.
N.B. Current can be connected at either side of the unit. It does not matter
which side is chosen.
Disassembly
To remove a plug, grip the spot marked
with a ‘red A’ and pull out the cable
plug.
How to turn each unit
On and Off
When starting to use or closing down a
unit, the On-Off function on individual
units must be used to prevent the risk
of blowing a fuse. More than one unit
must not be turned on simultaneously,
as they consume significant current in
the start-up phase.
Off-On switches are located on the
right side of the unit.
There is only one On-Off switch on the
one side of the stand and it controls
the whole unit.
Placement can be seen in the illustration to the right.
Volume knob
Sensor
Illustration above shows the On-Off
switch.
The Volume knob is placed at the upper
left side of a unit.
The sensor covers an area of 80 x 120
degrees
The unit is turned on by depressing the
side of the button facing the operator.
The desired level is set when the operator stands before the screen and activates the sensor.
The unit is turned off by depressing the
side of the button furthest away from
the operator.
N.B.
The operator is responsible for setting
the volume to a level appropriate for
the exhibition room. When adjusting
the volume level, it is recommended
to turn the Volume knob until a faint
sound is heard. From this point it is
possible to adjust the volume level to
the specific room.
Transformer for
110-volt source
Front of transformer
Back of transformer
The transformer allows the operator to
use different levels of electric current.
The exhibition was made to function on
230-volt current and this must ALWAYS
be used.
The operator may choose which voltage should be used, depending upon
the source at the host venue. This is
done by inserting the “jumper” into the
socket stating the type of current voltage provided at the venue.
For current other than 230 volts, the
transformer MUST be used. On the
right of the transformer is a fuse that
will cut the circuit if there should be
any surges in the current.
The “Power source” light will not go on
if the wrong type of current is used.
Plug
The input plug can be divided into two
pieces. The unit normally comes with
a European standard (schuko) plug.
This can be removed—as shown in the
illustration—and it becomes the type of
plug used in the USA and other countries.
N.B.
It is not necessary to use the transformer in countries using 240-volt current.
Technical pictures
of each unit
Units, page 1
Contains:
• 2 x MM-4XP from Meyer Sound
• 1 x MM-10ACX from Meyer Sound
• 2 x PanelPlayer from IN/OUT
Elektronik
Units, page 4
Contains:
• 2 x MM-4XP from Meyer Sound
• 1 x MM-10ACX from Meyer Sound
• 1 x PanelPlayer from IN/OUT
Elektronik
• 1 x HD120 from Bright Sign
• 1 x LG 24” flat screen
Units, page 6
Contains:
• 2 x MM-4XP from Meyer Sound
• 1 x MM-10ACX from Meyer Sound
• 1 x PanelPlayer from IN/OUT
Elektronik
• 1 x HD120 from Bright Sign
• 1 x LG 24” flat screen
Units, page 12
Contains:
• 2 x MM-4XP from Meyer Sound
• 1 x MM-10ACX from Meyer Sound
• 2 x PanelPlayer from IN/OUT
Elektronik
Units, page 14
Contains:
• 2 x MM-4XP from Meyer Sound
• 1 x MM-10ACX from Meyer Sound
• 2 x PanelPlayer from IN/OUT
Elektronik
Checklist of flight case
technical contents
8 x 1 meter Powercon – Powercon cables
8 x 2 meter Powercon – Powercon cables
8 x 3 meter Powercon – Powercon cables
8 x 5 meter Powercon – Powercon cables
8 x 7 meter Powercon – Powercon cables
2 x 20 meter Powercon – Powercon cables
2 x LK- Powercon cable
2 x Shuko – Powercon cable
2 x 110 volt to 230 volt transformer.
1 x Panel Player
1 x Power source for Panel Player
1 x Sensor
1 x Potentiometer kit
assembled units