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Summary of Contents

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    Ektapro and Kodak are both trademarks of the Eastman Kodak Company. Ektapro manual drawings used with the permission of Eastman Kodak Company. VideoMate and Navitar are both trademarks of Navitar, Inc.

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    A Navitar VideoMate is an ideal presentation tool. It enables you to easily integrate 35mm slides into presen- tations by converting them into video images which can be projected through a video projector or viewed on a TV monitor.

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    A unique “stand-by” mode, allows the projector to be powered off and back on again without the normal return of the slide tray to the first slide position.

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    1. Disconnect the electrical supply. 2. Allow the unit to cool. 3. Use only a General Electric 787 (6 volt, 10 watt) lamp or the equivalent (Navitar part #9-12126). Higher wattage lamps will cause severe internal Damage to the camera and electronics.

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    The VideoMate 2250 is exported throughout the world to countries with different mains voltages. The projectors are set to a fixed mains voltage at the factory. 120v Mains Shipments to countries with 120v mains will be equipped with a 4A fuse.

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    Before starting, review the precautions on page 5. To “Quick Start” the VideoMate 2250, proceed as follows: 1. Check the voltage setting before powering on. Make sure that the setting above the power cord is correct for your voltage.

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    Before starting, review the precautions on page 5. To install the VideoMate 2250, proceed as follows: 1. Check the voltage setting before powering on. Make sure that the setting above the power cord is correct for your voltage. Also, check the fuse behind the voltage setting to make sure it is correct for your country.

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    The VideoMate 2250 will accept all 80 and 140 Carousel, Ektagraphic and SAV slide trays. We recommend the 80 slide tray for maximum reliability. 1. Check that the base plate of the slide tray is locked into the zero position and cannot be rotated.

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    If you want to repeat the search run; press the slide change buttons again. The VideoMate 2250 can sense when there is a slide in the gate. Only then will the shutter open and the lamp achieve its optimum brightness. It is no longer neces-...

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    Press the “0” on the control page and confirm with the enter key. Using the power switch Turn the projector off by the power switch. When the projector is turned on again, it will complete a system check and bring the slide tray back to the zero position.

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    Composite Video Standard video image quality which is fine for showing pictures of objects on a TV monitor. Y/C (also know as S-Video and S-VHS) Improved resolution that is less grainy due to the elimina- tion of dot crawl. Better for presentation of text and graphic slides, since words are more defined.

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    DATA DOWN buttons. The values range from -99 to 99, DATA UP will increase the setting towards 99 and DATA DOWN will decrease it towards -99. Using the buttons on the top of the projector Press the zoom buttons until the desired slide magnifica- tion is selected.

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    Use a General Electric 787 (6 volt, 10 watt) lamp or its equivalent (Navitar Part #9-12126). 1. Turn the power switch of OFF and allow the lamp to cool before handling. 2. Loosen the cover lock screw two turns. Rotate the cover counterclockwise and remove.

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    Please note that these fuses are different! Two secondary fuses protect the projector against damage caused by overloading the projector’s remote socket. 1. Turn the fuse carrier counterclockwise with a screw- driver or coin. 2. Replace the defective fuse. 3. Screw the carrier clockwise, back into position.

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    The VideoMate 2250 is fully equipped for dissolve operation and is fully equipped for dissolve operation and is fully compatible with external dissolve. Control sys- tems already in existence. In the past, most projectors were controlled by simple contact closure. Today’s advanced boardroom control systems, however, are using RS232 for control of the AV components and room functions.

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    Power voltage AC only! Different power voltages are adjustable via the removable fuse link (120, 220, 230, 240v). Frequency 50/60Hz Performance Approximately 100VA Fuses Primary circuit: 1x2A slow blow for 220, 230 and 240v or 1x4A slow blow for 120v. Secondary circuit: Supply Voltage for External Units Provision of 12v/50mA (DC) direct voltage on the 8-pin...

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    8-pin Standard Projector Socket Pin 1: 12 VDC Pin 2: Pin 3: Signal 1 (LSB) Pin 4: Signal 2 Pin 5: Signal 3 Pin 6: Signal 4 Pin 7: Signal 5 (MSB) Pin 7: Interrupt P-Bus-In 9-pin Sub-D female connector (V.24/V.28 standard interface).

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    Controls/Manual On/off, forward/reverse, standby, zoom in/out, focus (auto/manual), & iris (auto/manual) Remote Operation RS232 (P-BUS-IN) control for all projector, camera and lens functions including: power, standby, random access, forward/reverse, zoom in/out, auto focus on/off, manual focus, white balance, iris gain.

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    For service, repair or return procedures under this war- ranty, contact your distributor, your local Navitar field officer or Navitar direct at (716) 359-4000 or (800) 828- 6778 in the United States. Except as stated herein, Navitar makes no other warran- ties, expressed or implied by law, whether of merchant- ability, fitness for a particular purpose or otherwise.

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    Navitar, Inc. 200 Commerce Drive Rochester, NY 14623 (716) 359-4000 phone (716) 359-4999 fax Internet http://navitar.com/ e-mail info@navitar.com...

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