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XLC-TAE
X-Line Compact
Tilt-Angle Extender Bar
User Instructions
Tilt-Angle Extender Bar
The X-Line Compact Tilt-Angle Extender Bar features a rigging attachment position to allow a single column composed of an X-Line
Compact Grid and Loudspeaker Array to be flown and tilted to obtain desired sound coverage. The X-Line Compact Tilt-Angle Extender
Bar offers up to 16 different angle positions either in declination or inclination depending on how the bar is positioned on the grid.
Detent Pin
Tilt-Angle
Extender Bar
Detent Pin
Grid
Store Shackle on
Pin during Shipping
and Transportation
Figure 2:
Tilt-Angle Extender Bar Shipping/Transport Configuration
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Figure 1:
Attaching Grid to Tilt-Angle Extender Bar
Simplified Rigging Structural Ratings
Tilting Down
(Hole #1 at Rear)
MAXIMUM
ARRAY HEIGHT:
Measured from
hole position used
to bottom of array.
100 in.
(2.54 m)
MAX
Tilting Up
(Hole #1 at Front)
Figure 3:
Tilt-Angle Extender Bar Declination and Inclination with Attached Grid and Loudspeakers
Simplified Rigging-Rating Guidelines
1.
MAXIMUM ARRAY WEIGHT
XLC GRID AND ALL BOXES BELOW
These simplified rigging-rating guidelines provide ratings for typical arrays based on the:
A.
The total weight of the grid and all enclosures suspended below the XLC-TAE.
B.
The pick-up hole on the XLC-TAE.
C.
The total height of the array from the pick-up hole in the XLC-
TAE to the bottom of the bottom loudspeaker.
D.
The assumption that one pick-up point will be used.
Hole Positions
Maximum Allowable Weight of Array
1-2
670 lbs (304 kg)
3-4
780 lbs (354 kg)
5-16
900 lbs (408 kg)
Determining the forces throughout an array requires complex calculations.
These guidelines eliminate the need for weight-distribution calculations by
using conservative working-load ratings. Other array configurations may
be permissable – Consult the XLC Users Guide and LAPS Software.
2.
Never exceed the weight limit for any XLC-TAE pick-up hole.
3.
Never exceed the height limit for any array using the XLC-TAE.
4.
Make sure that the two quick-release pins that secure the spreader bars on the grid to the XLC-TAE are fully locked.
5.
Do not remove any bolts or dissasemble the XLC-TAE.
6.
Only use Electro-Voice rigging hardware.
7.
Only suspend using the XLC-Series grids.
8.
Read the XLC Users Guide before suspending any loud
speakers overhead.
9.
All non-Electro-Voice hardware is the responsibility of others.
Electro-Voice®
12000 Portland Avenue South, Burnsville, MN 55337
Phone: 952/884-4051, Fax: 952/884-0043
www.electrovoice.com
© Bosch Communications Systems
Part Number LIT000120 Rev A
11/2007
TYPICAL ARRAY LIMITS
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF XLC BOXES
Hole Positions
XLC127, XLC127+,
XLC127DVX,
XLC907DVX
XLC118,
XLC215
1-2
6
4
3-4
7
5
5-16
8
6
U.S.A. and Canada only. For customer orders, contact Customer Service at:
800/392-3497 Fax: 800/955-6831
Europe, Africa, and Middle East only. For customer orders, contact Customer Service at:
+ 49 9421-706 0 Fax: + 49 9421-706 265
Other Internatonal locations. For customer orders, Contact Customer Service at:
+ 1 952 884-4051 Fax: + 1 952 887-9212
For warranty repair or service information, contact the Service Repair department at:
800/685-2606
For technical assistance, contact Technical Support at: 866/78AUDIO
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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