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R5976426 user’s manual.
R5976426 Title: C YCLOPS User’s Manual ID-no.: R5976426 Date: 2001-12 main issue update chapter 1 new chapter 2 new chapter 3 new chapter 4 new chapter 5 new chapter 6 new chapter 7 new chapter 8 ne.
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Revision sheet To: Barco Control Rooms GmbH An der Rossweid 5 • D-76229 Karlsruhe • Germany Phone (49) (721) 6201-0 • Fax (49) (721) 6201-298 E-mail docu.
Contents 1 Introduction ................................................................................................................. ................. 1-1 1.1 How This Manual Is Organized ..........................................................
5.1.17 RS232 in / RS232 out ............................................................................................... 5-8 5.1.18 Communication port for communication with peripherals ...................................... 5-8 5.1.19 TRIG Output .
9 Installation Mode ............................................................................................................ ............. 9-1 9.1 Input Slots.........................................................................................
12.4.1 Scope of Delivery of R9831150 ............................................................................. 12-5 12.4.2 Optional Parts ......................................................................................................... 1 2-5 12.
1 Intro d u c tion This manual describes design, function, operation and maintenance of the modular rear projection system C YCLOPS of BARCO. C YCLOPS is a modular structure to house a 3-panel Poly-Silicon LCD projector. Cyclops 100S has a screen diagonal of approx.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 1-2 1.1 How Th i s Manual Is Organized This manual is divided into fifteen chapters: Preliminary Remarks explains the structure of the manual itself and the used typographic styles and symbols. Safety information is provided concerning the operation of systems from BARCO.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 1-3 1.2 Styles A nd Symbols The typographic styles and the symbols used in this document have the following meaning: Arial bold Labels, menus and buttons are printed in the Arial bold font. Condensed Links to both other chapters of this manual and to sites in the Internet are printed condensed .
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 1-4 1.3 Safety I n formation This section describes safety precautions which must be observed when installing a product from BARCO. Safetey C YCLOPS is built in accordance with the requirements of the international safety standard IEC950, UL1950 and CSA C22.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 1-5 B. Power cord with ANSI 73.11 plug: The wires of the power cord are colored in accordance with the following code: Green/yellow: Ground White: Neutral Black: Line (live) Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 1-6 On Servicing Do not attempt to service this device yourself, as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage potential and risk of electric shock! Refer all projector service to a qualified BARCO service center.
2 Abbr e v i ated Summary This chapter provides a summary of the system components and characteristics..
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 2-2 2.1 Design High-quality and large-area displaying of monitor contents is becoming increasingly important in conference and presentation theaters, at exhibitions, in public areas of insurance companies, banks, hotels or transport services.
3 Desig n a nd Function This chapter provides a technical description of the equipment listing the fundamental characteris- tics and functional principles.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 3-2 3.1 Compo n en ts of Cyclops C YCLOPS consists of the following components: Mechanical structure: the metal housing incorporates the projector, mirror and screen. Projector: The projector employed in C YCLOPS is based on most modern 3-panel poly-Silicon LCD technology.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 3-3 Figure 3-1 Poly-Silicon TFT-LCD The LCD panels are based on Poly-Silicon technology. Poly-Silicon material consists of nu- merous small crystals leading to small circuitry. The results are a big aperture (ratio of a pixel’s shutter area to it’s total area), high speed and reliability.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 3-4 Diffusion Screen Diffusion screens distribute the projected light evenly over a wide horizontal and vertical viewing area.
4 Loca t i o n and Functions of Control This chapter provides an overview about the controls of Cyclops..
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 4-2 4.1 Access Figure 4-1 All important parts can be accessed from the front 1 control unit 2 keypad 3 lamp module 4 filter pad 4.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 4-3 12 IR-Acknowledged IR-Received IR-Signals are recognized IR-Signals are received but not recognized by the pro- jector 13 Projector mode indication indicates the status.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 4-4 4.3.2 Remote c on trol This remote control unit ( RCU ) includes a battery powered infrared (IR) transmitter that allows the user to control the projector remotely. Figure 4-3 IR Remote Control Unit (RCU) This remote control is used for source selection, control, adaptation and set up.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 4-5 4.3.3 Termino l o gy of keypad and RCU controls 1 Function keys have no function for this projector 2 ADJ ADJUST key, to enter or exit the adjustment mode. 3 Address key (recessed key), to enter the address of the projector (between 0 and 9).
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 5-1 5 Conn e c t ions This chapter explains the various interfaces of C YCLOPS ..
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 5-2 5.1 Power c on nection 5.1.1 AC Pow e r ( mains) cord connection I 0 RC RS 232 IN RS 232 OUT Comm. Port IEE 1394 TRIG MOUSE VIDEO S-VIDEO SDI SDO R G B H/C V COMPUTER MONITOR AUDIO IN AUDIO IN AUDIO IN AUDIO OUT AB C 12 34 5 6 Use the supplied power cord to connect your projector to the wall outlet.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 5-3 5.1.6 Switchi n g to Stand-by When the projector is running and you want to go to stand-by: Press the STANDBY key for 2 seconds until the message 'Saving data, please wai t' is displayed. Do not press any longer on the standby key otherwise the projector will restart.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 5-4 5.1.9 Set up o f t he input selection: Press ENTER to start up the adjustment mode. Press the cursor key up or down to select 'Installation' . Press ENTER to display the Installation menu . Press the cursor key up or down to select 'Input Slots' .
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 5-5 Configuration of the 5-cable input The configuration has to be done on the 'Input slot' menu. To change the signal format: Press ADJUST or ENTER to start up the Adjustment mode. Push the cursor key up or down to select Installation Press ENTER .
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 5-6 5.1.11 Compu t e r input/Monitor output Connect the output of the graphical card of the computer to the computer input of the projector (connection < 60 cm) or insert an interface between the output of the computer and the input of the projector.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 5-7 5.1.13 S-Video I n put Input signal: Separate Y-luma/C-chroma signals for higher quality playback of Super VHS-signals.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 5-8 5.1.16 Commu n i ca tion Connections The following communication connections are available: RS232 in / RS232 out. Comm port for communication with peripheral (switchable between PPM and RC5) RC for remote cable connection with the RCU.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 5-9 5.1.19 TRIG O u t p ut 5 V output voltage to trigger an external device (max. 10mA). This voltage is available when the projector is on. 5.1.20 MOUSE Mouse output to be connected to the mouse input of a computer. With the Executive Remote Control (see 12.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 6-10 6 Cont r o l l ing The projector can be controlled with the RCU the hardwired RCU (cable is not included) the local keypad Controlling the projector with the RCU and the hardwired RCU is equal.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 6-11 6.1 RCU us e d in a hardwired confi guration Connections: Plug one end of the remote cable in the connector on the bottom of the RCU Plug the second side in the connector in the front panel of the projector labelled 'RC' .
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 6-12 6.3.4 Picture C o n trols with Direct Access. When an image control is pressed, a text box with a bar scale, icon and function name of the con- trol, e.g. 'brightness...' appears on the screen (only if TEXT is ON ).
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 6-13 6.3.5 Sound c o n tr ols with direct access When a sound control is pressed, a text box with a bar scale, icon and function name of the con- trol, e.g. 'volume ...' appears on the screen (only if TEXT is ON ).
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 7-1 7 S t art U p of the Adjustment Mode All source parameters, picture and audio tuning, and geometry are made while in the 'Adjustment Mode' . Press the ADJUST or ENTER key to enter the 'Adjustment mode' .
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 7-2 7.1 Adjust m en t mode You are now in the 'Adjustment Mode' . The cursor key ( RCU ) or '+ or '-' keys (local keypad ) are used to make menu selections and also for adjustments. The ENTER and EXIT keys are used to move forward and backward through the menu structure.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 8-1 8 Rand o m Access Adjustment Mode To start up the Random Access Adjustment Mode: push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'Random Access' and then pres.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 8-2 8.1 File Se r vi ce Before using a new source, a correct file has to be installed. The projector's memory contains a list of files corresponding to the most used sources. When the new source corresponds with one of these files, the file can be loaded and saved for future use.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 8-3 8.1.1 Load Fi l e Push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'Load'. Press ENTER to select. The Load menu displays the corresponding files depending on the installed filter. This filter can be Fit or All.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 8-4 8.1.2 Edit File The Edit file menu makes it possible to change the settings of the file according to the real settings of the connected source. Consult the source specification before entering the data. To start up the EDIT menu : Push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'Edit' .
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 8-5 How to find the correct values for the displayed item? During the installation of a file with LOAD , the horizontal period, the total number of vertical lines and the interlaced mode are automatically measured and filled in the menu table.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 8-6 Field Select: Default [ both ] The field select is only used for interlaced images. One frame of an interlaced image contains two fields, an even and an odd field. The choice exists to project [ both ] fields on the screen or only the [ even ] or [ odd ] field.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 8-7 8.1.4 Copy To copy a selected file into a new file: Push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'Copy' . Press ENTER . The Copy selection menu will be displayed. Push the cursor key up or down to select a file name.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 8-8 8.1.6 File Opt i o n s Push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'File Options' . Press ENTER . The option selection menu will be displayed. File Sort Press ENTER to toggle between [ name ] and [ index ] [ name ]: The files in the file list will be sorted on the file name.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 8-9 8.2.1 Color T e m p erature Push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'Color Temperature' . Press ENTER to select.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 8-10 8.2.3 Color D e p t h Increases color saturation of dark colors To change the color depth value: Push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'Color Depth' .
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 8-11 8.2.7 Mute To stop the sound reproduction. Push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'Mute' . Press ENTER to toggle between [ on ] or [ off ] 8.2.8 Fade Determine where the sound signals will be reproduced, internally or externally.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 8-12 8.3 Geome t ry To start up the Geometry functions: Push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'Geometry' . Press ENTER to select. The geometry menu will be displayed. The following adjustments are possible: horizontal and vertical image shift.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 8-13 8.3.2 Size The size can be adjusted in a vertical or horizontal way. When adjusting the vertical size, the upper side of the image is fixed (table and ceiling mounted configurations) and only the lower side can be moved to its exact position.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 8-14 8.3.6 Options To change the geometry options: Push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'Options' . Press ENTER to display the Geometry options menu The next question will be asked by the projector : 'Use the same side keystone correction for all files ? [ YES ] or [ NO ].
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 9-1 9 Inst a l l at ion Mode To start up the Installation Mode , push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'Installation Mode' and then press ENTER .
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 9-2 9.1 Input S l ot s The input configuration of the variable inputs is shown in the input slots menu . To view or to change the input configuration: Push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'Input Slots' .
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 9-3 9.2 800 Pe r ip her al Output module selection When a RCVDS05 is connected to the projector, the type of output module of this RCVDS05 has to be defined in the 800 peripheral menu . The type of output module can be: standard output module or 5 cable output module.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 9-4 9.5 Interna l P atterns The projector is equipped with different internal patterns which can be used for measurement pur- poses. To select an internal pattern, handle as follow: Push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'Internal Patterns' .
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 9-5 9.6 Lens A d ju stments All lens adjustments are motorized and can be adjusted with the RCU. The following items can ce adjusted Zoom/Focus Shift When the Selection key is pressed, the zoom/focus/shift menu will be displayed immediately.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 9-6 9.8 Interna l P atterns The projector is equipped with different internal patterns which can be used for measurement pur- poses. To select an internal pattern, handle as follow: Push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'Internal Patterns' .
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 10-1 10 Servi c e Mode To start up the Service Mode : push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'Service' press ENTER . Some items in the Service mode are password protected (when the password function is active).
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 10-2 10.1 Identifi c at ion To display the Identification screen : Push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'Identification' .
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 10-3 10.3 Chang e L anguage To change the language of the control software: Push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'Change Language' . Press ENTER to display the Change Language menu . Push the cursor key up or down to highlight the desired language.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 10-4 10.5 Chang e B audrate PC The communication speed between projector and computer, e.g. PC or MAC, has 8 possible speeds. The baud rate speed can be software set. Handle as follows: Push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'Change Baudrate PC' .
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 10-5 10.8 BARCO lo go The BARCO logo can be added to the image, in overlay or on a background, on any place on the screen. To add the BARCO logo or to change a setting in the BARCO logo menu : Push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'BARCO logo' .
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 10-6 10.10 Uniform i ty Changing these settings may seriously affect the performance of the projector Push the cursor key up or down to highlight 'Uniformity' .
11 Main t e n ance and Servicing C YCLOPS requires very little maintenance and servicing. Maintenance operations are nevertheless necessary at regular intervals to guarantee good operational performance. This chapter describes maintenance and servicing of C YCLOPS .
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 11-2 11.1 Genera l For safety reasons, all servicing, including replacement of the lamp, is restricted to authorized per- sonnel only! Only authorized personnel should carr.
12 T ech n i c al Data This chapter provides tabular overviews about the technical details of C YCLOPS ..
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 12-2 12.1 Genera l Data characteristic specification dimensions screen width screen height total depth 98” diagonal 1943.5 mm | 76.5 in. 1544 mm | 61.2 in. 1487 mm | 58.5 in. weight total weight (incl. projector, mirror, screen) weight of cladding 166 kg | 366 lbs 25 kg | 55.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 12-3 12.3 Techni c al Data Of Electrical System characteristic specification AC power supply 95VAC .... 230VAC ± 10% mains frequency 50.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 12-4 12.3.3 Slot 3: V i d e o Input 1 2 1 1×BNC or cinch 1.0Vpp ± 3 dB, no loop through Signal 2 Shield Table 12-6 12.3.4 Slot 4: S - V i deo Input 3 1 2 4 1 ground luminance 3 luminance 1.0Vpp ± 3 dB 2 ground chrominance 4 chrominance 282 mVpp ± 3 dB Table 12-7 12.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 12-5 12.4 Parts L i st 12.4.1 Scope o f D elivery of R9831150 order No. designation R9831150 Cyclops, modular rear projection unit, incl. projector and double element screen (fresnel-lenticular) (SXGA resolu- tion), without cladding R9831155 Cyclops, modular rear projection unit, incl.
13 T roub l e s hooting When faults occur with C YCLOPS which are not described below please contact BARCO..
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 13-2 13.1 Faults Faults cause/steps no display: lamp not ignited and fan of the illumination unit not running The equipment is not connected to power sup- ply. It must be supplied with suitable voltage (see 12.3 Technical Data Of Electrical System )! Power switch is off.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 13-3 13.2 Contac t 13.2.1 Hot Lin e Feel free to contact us if you have any further questions! Barco Control Rooms GmbH An der Rossweid 5 • D-76229 Karlsruhe • Germany Phone (49) (721) 6201-0 • Fa× (49) (721) 6201-298 E-mail info.
14 Appe n d i x A: S t andard Source Set Up Files Name: name of file, contains the settings Resolution: image resolution, when followed by ...I means interlaced. FVERT/Hz: vertical frame frequency of the source FHOR/kHz: horizontal frequency of the source.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 14-2 name resolution Fvert/Hz Fhor/kHz Fpix/MHz ptot pact ltot lact MAC_6 832 × 624 74,546 49,722 57,280 1152 832 667 624 MAC_7 1024 × 768 74,907 60,150 80,000 1330 1024 .
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 14-3 name resolution Fvert/Hz Fhor/kHz Fpix/MHz ptot pact ltot lact SVGA_75 800 × 600 75,00 46,875 49,500 1056 800 625 600 SVGA_85 800 × 600 85,061 53,674 56,250 1048 800.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 15-4 15 Appe n d i x B: Source Numbers 81 - 86 And 91 - 96 15.1 Project o r without any 800 peripheral connected. The source numbers 81 - 86 and 91 - 96 do not correspond to physical inputs. An additional ad- justment file can be created for these source numbers.
C YCLOPS (2001-12) R5976426 15-5 source input source number file 1 1 A 1 91 A’ 2 2 B 2 92 B’ 3 3 C 3 93 C’ . . . 9 9 I 9 99 I’ 15.2.2 Source n u mb ers 81 - 86 Only valid if no input module is connected to slot 81 - 86 of a RCVDS05. The source numbers 81 - 86 correspond to the physical inputs 1 - 6 of the projector.
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