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TECHNICAL MANUAL
MULTI PROJECTION UNIT
RM-V2400NA / V2500NA
RM-V2400NE / V2500NE
PROJECTION SCREEN KIT
RMS-V4011/ V5011
PROJECTION FRAME
RMF-V4011/ V5011
PROJECTION CABINET
RMF-V4011R / V4011CR
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Notes:
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of the parts supplied other than by Pioneer.
• An damage during shipping will be compensated for
only in the case where Pioneer's specific packing mate-
rials for shipping are used.
• The guarantee of performance is applicable only when
the assembly and adjustment described in this technical
manual and the adjustment described by the system
manual of RM-V2000 have been carried out.
• Specifications and design subject to possible modifica-
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    RMF-V4011R / V4011CR Notes: Caution • Pioneer will not be liable for any loss caused by defects of the parts supplied other than by Pioneer. This symbol refers to a hazard or unsafe • An damage during shipping will be compensated for...

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    PIONEER RM-V2400 / 2500 MANUAL. This Acrobat (IE: a PDF file) version of the Pioneer RM-V2400 / 2500 manual was made from the original digital document and scanning an existing manual. Because of this, there are many less then perfect pages and hand written comments.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS CHAPTER 1. FEATURES OF PROJECTION CUBE SYSTEM .............. 4 1. FEATURES OF SYSTEM ............................4 2. FEATURES OF MULTI PROJECTION UNIT (RM-V2400N/V2500N) ............... 4 3. FEATURES OF FRAME TYPE ........................... 5 4. FEATURES OF CABINET TYPE ..........................5 CHAPTER 2 . GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ..................6 1.

  • Page 8: Chapter 2 . General Specifications

    GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Dimensions (Fig.2-1)

  • Page 9: Specifications

    GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Power Supply Panel RM-V2400NE/V2500NE RM-V2400NA/V2500NA (Fig. 2-2) Name Type Function AC inlet Connects AC power cord. Connects other multi-projection units. Not linked to main power AC outlet switch. Note 1) Turns on and off the power supplied to the main unit. Sets into...

  • Page 10: General Specifications

    GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Name Type Function ABL link switch Slide switch Used for switching the control level of the ABL link control voltage when ABL link is ON. Linked input terminal DIN 6PIN Input terminal of ABL signal, remote control signal and RS-232C signal Linked output terminal DIN 6PIN...

  • Page 14: Projection Screen Kit(rms-v4011/v5011)product Weight:11.0kg/14.0kg

    GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS (2) Projection Screen Kit (RMS-V4011/V5011) Product Weight : 11.0 kg/14.0kg (1031) (148) (769) (Fig.2-4) Unit:mm The number in parentheses is the dimentsion for RMS-V5011 Accessory Screw rivet ........................... 6...

  • Page 15: Projection Frame (rmf-v4011/v5011)product Weight:26.8kg/28.8kg

    GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS (3) Projection Frame (RMF-V4011/V5011) Product Weight : 26.8kg/28.8kg 1201(1352) 845(1031) (Fig.2-5) Unit:mm The number in parentheses is the dimension for RMS-V5011 Accessories Metal fixture (R) ........................1 Metal fixture (L) ........................1 Stopper ..........................2 Screw M5x10 ......................... 38+2 Screw M5x35 ........................

  • Page 20: Multi Video Processor(rmd-v3216/3109,rmd-v2170)

    GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS (7) Multi Video Processor (RMD-V3216/V3109, RMD-V2170) 1 Multi Video Processor (RMD-V3216/V3109) Rear View POWER MULTI VIDEO PROCESSOR RMD-V3216 482.6 Side View Front View (Fig.2-11) Main Specifications of Multi Video Processor 3 RGB signal Green (Sync on Green) ....... 1.0 Vp-p (RMD-V3216/V3109) SYNC ............

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    GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS 2 Multi Video Processor (RMD-V2170) Front View Side View Rear View (Fig.2-12) Main Specifications of Multi Video Processor (RMD-V2170) Input video signal ......... NTSC format Output Input signal band ........Above 4.2 MHz Video output Input Output signal ............Video input ......

  • Page 22: Adjustment Control Unit (ru-v107)*option

    GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS (8) Adjustment Control Unit (RU-V107)*Option Î POWER ADJUSTMENT CONTROL UNIT RU-V107 ADJ IN ON/OFF ON/OFF ON/OFF INPUT SEL MAIN MENU – DISP CALL ADJ OUT Cable length : 5m (Fig.2-13) Accessories AA dry battery (IEC R6P) ...................... 2 Cable (5m) ..........................

  • Page 23: Projection Cabinet (rmf-v4011r) Accessories

    GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS (9) Projection Cabinet (RMF-V4011R) Accessories To attach the multi-projection unit (RM-V2400N) to the conventional RM-V2000A, the RMF-V4011R accessories (metal fix- tures) are required. The following lists the required parts. For details of attaching the multi-projection unit, refer to Chapter 3. "4-(2)Assembling the System".

  • Page 30: Ventilation For System

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY (9) Ventilation for system The ventilation method differs according to where the system is installed. The following shows how to provide ventilation for the units according to the place of installation. Refer to these and keep the installation condition in the previous section [(8) Temperature and Humidity] at the system.

  • Page 31: Condensation

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY (10) Condensation One problem that occurs in the winter season is "Condensation". When the temperature of the room in which the multi- projection unit system is installed rises suddenly, condensation occurs on the screen and lens, thereby the system cannot display its best performance.

  • Page 37: Cables Used

    • Wind containing salt (17) Precautions for Use of User-Obtained Parts It is recommended that Pioneer products be used for the projection stand, mount unit, etc. Users obtaining these parts sepa- rately by themselves should take note of the following.

  • Page 38: Installation And Assembly

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 2. INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY (1) Confirmation 1 Decide the position for installing the system according to the installation conditions in Chapter 3. Check Items [1] Dimensions of installing position, space at the back, distance to the ceiling [2] Floor flatness, strength, roughness [3] Position of power supply [4] Installing location...

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 3 Multi Projection Unit (RM-V2400N/V2500N) [1] Open the upper carton. [2] Remove the upper carton. [3] Remove the upper pad and remove the AC power cord, ABL cable and instruction manual provided. [4] Take out the unit (must be taken out by two persons). Upper carton Upper pad Accessories...

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 4 Projection Screen Kit (RMS-V4011/V5011) * Projection screen kit is double-packaged to maintain its performance. After removing the middle cover protecting its screen, make sure the screen does not get scratched or dirty. [1] Remove the top cover. [2] Remove the band securing the middle cover and remove the middle cover.

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 5 Projection Frame (RMF-V4011/V5011) [1] Open the upper carton and cut the PP bands (eight) securing the internal parts. [2] Remove the two horizontal frame assemblies (packaged in a card box), fixtures (R) and (L). [3] Remove the H-shape frame assembly (L). [4] Remove the base assembly.

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 6 Projection Cabinet (RMF-V4011R) [1] Open the upper carton and remove packings B and C, and the instruction manual. [2] Remove the upper carton. [3] Remove the top sheet B and peel off the front and back sheets B. [4] Remove the cabinet.

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 7 Projection Cabinet (RMF-V4011CR) [1] Open the upper carton and take out pats A and B and the Instruction Manual. [2] Remove the upper carton. [3] Remove the upper sheet. [4] Take out the cabinet. (This should always be performed by two persons holding the handle. As the front of the cabinet is heavy, be careful not to scratch the screen when taking it out.) [5] Remove the lower sheet.

  • Page 44: Carrying The Units After Opening Packaging

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY (3) Carrying the Units After Opening Packaging To carry the screen unit and multi-projection unit after opening the packaging, hold them by the parts shown in the figure, and lift and move them. Handle position Screen Unit Multi-Projection Unit (Lifted by one or two persons) (Must be lifted by two persons)

  • Page 46: Assembling The System

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 4. ASSEMBLING THE SYSTEM (1) Assembling the Projection Frame (RMF-V4011/V5011) Assemble the projection frame as follows. [1] Mount the stopper onto the base assembly and tighten the screws (M5 35). (2 2 points) [2] Mount the H-shape frame assemblies (R) and (L), and tighten the screws (M5 10).

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY (2) Assembling the System The basic procedure for assembling the system is as follows. Assemble the projection install table (RM-V112/RMA-V5010). Mount a one-link mount unit . (40-inch only) Assemble the projection frame (RMF-V4011/V5011). (Refer to Fig. 3-20) Mount the multi-projection unit (RM-V2400N/V2500N).

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 4 Multi Projection Unit (RM-V2400N/V2500N) The Multi-Projection Unit is designed to be mounted from the back of the cabinet normally. If sufficient space cannot be left at the back, it can be mounted from the front. Mount from front Mount from back (Fig.3-27) a When mounting from the back...

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY b When mounting from the front [1] Remove the two stoppers and two metal fixtures from the cabinet. (Fig. 3-32) [2] Pull the table to the front. [3] Insert the screws (M5 35) into the holes on the table. [4] Place the multi-projection unit on the table.

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 5 Projection Screen Kit (RMS-V4011/V5011) [1] Mount the screen unit serving as the reference. Basically, mount from the center unit at the bottom. a If the number of units arranged are odd (E.g.: 3 3=9 screens) • Adjust the screen unit to the cabinet at the center of the bottom level and temporarily tighten the linking bolts. (Do not tighten tightly.) •...

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY [2] Join the next screen beside the screen mounted as the reference and mount the remaining screens in order. (Stack them from the bottom to the top.) [3] If necessary, attach the screw rivet (BEC1082) provided as the accessory of RMS-V4011. (Fig. 3-36) (Fig.

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 6 Top panel, Side panel, Rear panel As this system is of the rear projection type, it must be enclosed to avoid exposure to external light. (Fig.3-38) Side panel Top panel Side panel (Fig. 3-29) Rear panel (Fig.

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 3' Attaching the Multi Projection Unit (RM-V2400N) to the Projection Cabinet (RMF- V4011R) The figure shows the assembling procedure of the left attachment. Assemble the right attachment in the same way. The parts on the right side of the screen are R and those on the left side are L from the view point against the screen. (1) Attach the attachments R and L (BNG1173, 1174) to the (3) Insert the claws of the attachments R and L into the front of frames R and L (BNG1207, 1208) using the...

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY (5) Paste cushion A (BMR1106) to the top board of the (7) Attach the attachments R and L to the unit through the multi-projection unit and cushion B (BMR1107) to the top board of the unit using the screws (M6 20) and 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4...

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY (12) Attach each rear panel (BMR1069, 1070, 1071, 1072) to (10) Attach the adjuster (BEF1011) attached with a nut the unit and the rear holders R and L using the screws (M8) to the rear holders R and L (BNG1205, 1206). 8).

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY Mount the multi-projection unit (RM-V2400N) to the Projection Cabinet (RMF-V4011CR) The figure shows how the left side attachment is assembled. Assemble the right attachment in the same way. To differentiate the R and L of the parts, those on the right side of the screen as seen from the front are R and those on the left are L.

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    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 9 Removal of RM-V2400N Perform the following steps to remove RM-V2400N from RMF-V4011CR. [1] When removing from the rear 1) Remove the screws of the engine guide and fixtures R and L attached to the cabinet. 2) Remove the screen (Refer to Replacing the Screen in “Chapter 5.1.

  • Page 61: Special Installation

    INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 5. SPECIAL INSTALLATION (1) Wall inset • If removing the screen after installing the system, the person must go behind the screen (diagonally shaded part of the figure). Therefore when insetting the unit in the wall, careful take this into account before installation. Screen (Fig.

  • Page 62: Chapter 4. Adjustments

    CHAPTER 4. ADJUSTMENTS 1. ADJUSTMENT PREPARATIONS (1) Wiring 1 Connection of Power Supply • The power supply can be connected to up to 3 units in a series using the AC outlets of Multi projection units. Connect the three units as one system to the external outlet. •...

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    ADJUSTMENTS (2) TV System The TV system determines the control of the whole unit (convergence, OSD display select, video system select, deflection) according to the signal input. Set it according to the signal input. When TV SYSTEM is set to AUTO •...

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    ADJUSTMENTS (6) Giving IDs When several Multi projection units are used to compose the 9 screens or 16 screens (multi-screen), the ID is used to differen- tiate between Multi projection units. When the units are given IDs, by connecting the ABL link cable, commands can be transmitted by specifying the ID, and it is possible to operate only Multi projection unit corresponding to that ID by remote control operations.

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    ADJUSTMENTS <Giving IDs Using the Remote Control> Press the key to set the whole screen into the adjustment mode. ADJ IN The main menu will be displayed. Press the key. Select ”1. ID SET/CLEAR/SELECT” Check that the ID display at the top left of the screen is “– –” and press the key.

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    ADJUSTMENTS 3. EXAMPLES OF MAIN USES OF MULTI-PROJECTION UNITS (1) Expansion/Individual Switching at Multi Video Processor Side - General example NTSC NTSC Source Multi Video or PAL or PAL Multiprojection Unit Processor TV SYSTEM) AUTO Converter data required at display) One (2) When Switching Source Inputs to Multi Video Processor LDP-1 NTSC...

  • Page 70: Screen Adjustments

    ADJUSTMENTS 4. SCREEN ADJUSTMENTS (1) Adjustment Flowchart The following shows the order for performing the adjustments generally required in the setup of the multi-projection system. For details, see the descriptions on the next page and later. 1 Give ID 2 Adjust the size of each screen 3 Adjust the convergence of each screen 4 Adjust the joining of the screens (Adjust with the multi-video processor)

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    ADJUSTMENTS (2) Convergence Adjustment Flowchart Find the center of the screen (P. 70) Input the adjustment signal (P. 70) Using only green, adjust the (P. 70) center of V STATIC GH STATIC Adjust the size of V SIZE V LIN H SIZE GH LIN (P.

  • Page 72: Center Adjustment

    ADJUSTMENTS & (3) Convergence Adjustment Contents numbers correspond to the numbers in the flow- chart. 1 Measurement of screen center The center can be found easily by pasting threads in the spaces of the protection panels at the screen frame. 2 Adjustment signal input For adjusting size...Frame size picture(EX.LD Test disc GGT1072, FRAME No.

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    ADJUSTMENTS 4 V SIZE, V LIN, H SIZE Adjustment Observe here 1 V SIZE adjustment Set to only green, observe the top part of the screen , and adjust the data amount in the vertical direction using V SIZE . Do not observe the bottom part of the screen.

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    ADJUSTMENTS Movement of screen by point convergence adjustment OSD display Movement of screen Observe here Use especially when adjusting the horizontal size of the left side of the screen . In addition, there are nine other area adjustments. It is a convenience to adjust deviation of circumference screens.

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    ADJUSTMENTS In adjustment step 5 , observe the external part of the screen, adjust the 16 adjusting points there, taking note of linearity in the peripheral area such as joining with other screens, crosshatch, etc. (Ignore the distortion inside the screen.) In adjustment step 6 , adjust the inside of the screen and produce linearity.

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    ADJUSTMENTS NOTE Does not move to the set position If only one point is moved greatly in the point conver- gence mode, it may not move in areas smaller than the desired adjusting area. In this case, adjust while moving the other points slowly.

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    ADJUSTMENTS 8 H BLK L and H BLK R Adjustments H BLK L and H BLK R adjustments are performed to obtain the optimum convergence adjustment wave form when the display range changes due to changes in the H SIZE. Video signal Display range Convergence ad-...

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    ADJUSTMENTS H BLK R Adjustment Output all three colors R, G, B, observe the right side of the screen , and adjust with H BLK R so that the color stops deviating. Observe here When H BLK R adjustment is not properly performed H BLK L adjustment Output all three colors R, G, B, observe the left side of the screen , and adjust with H BLK L so that...

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    ADJUSTMENTS Confirming the Optimum H BLK L, H BLK R Values Optimum H BLK R value OSD display Movement on screen When point A is lowered by point convergence, point B should not move. Confirming the Optimum H BLK L Value When point C is lowered by point convergence, point D should not move.

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    ADJUSTMENTS 5 Rough Adjustments (1) Black level adjustment Signal:White 10% Adjust R LOW, G LOW, and B LOW to the point where the CRT starts lighting up. (2) HI LIGHT adjustment Signal:White 50% Adjust R HI, G HI, and B HI so that the CRT becomes white. First, adjust so that the brightness of R, G, and B becomes the same, and while maintaining that brightness, balance R, G, and B, and adjust so that the CRT becomes white.

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    ADJUSTMENTS 6 LINEAR WHITE adjustment When white peak signals such as WINDOW are input, due to the characteristics of the Blue CRT, there is a tendency for the peak to become yellow compared to other colors. The linear white adjustment is performed to correct this tendency. Blue becomes weak when data is set to UP and strong when set to DOWN.

  • Page 97

    ADJUSTMENTS (6) External Control by RS-232C As Multi projection unit is equipped with a RS-232C port, various controls and, white balance and convergence adjustments can be performed by an external computer. By programming software ,it is possible not only to adjust White Balance,Convergence but to save and control the adjust- ment data of each source.

  • Page 106

    ADJUSTMENTS [4] <GWB> (GET W/B DATA)-White balance adjustment data is output. Format:Output in the following order. 1STX (02H) 2<LWT>/ LINEAR WHITE adjustment data (3 BYTE) 3<CNT>/CONTRAST adjustment data (3 BYTE) 4<BRT>/BRIGHTNESS adjustment data (3 BYTE) 5<COL>/COLOR adjustment data (3 BYTE) Note 1) 6<TNT>/TINT adjustment data...

  • Page 107

    ADJUSTMENTS [6] <GST> (GET STATUS)-Various setting states are output. 1STX (02H) 2Version of microcomputer software (5 BYTE) Example)V1.00:Indicates VERSION 1.00. 3Input function state (3 BYTE)-Output in command name. Example)IN1:Indicates VIDEO input. 4MULTI state (3 BYTE)-Output in command name. Example)MLY:Indicates MULTI=ON. 5COLOR MODE state (3 BYTE)-Output in command name.

  • Page 109

    ADJUSTMENTS (7) Adjustments by Remote Control Multi projection unit adjustments can be performed using the remote control (RU-V107) besides the computer and software. All adjustments are performed only using the remote control. Up to 16 units can be operated using the remote control unit at one time using the link cable. 1 Remote control functions.

  • Page 113

    ADJUSTMENTS <Adjustment Mode> • Selects “E” for ID SET and ID SELECT in the ID SET/CLEAR/SELECT MODE. <Adjustment Mode> • Selects “F” for ID SET and ID SELECT in the ID SET/CLEAR/SELECT MODE. ON/OFF <Adjustment Mode> • Cyclically switches the adjusting color and direction between RH and RV in the CONVERGENCE ADJUST MODE. •...

  • Page 115

    ADJUSTMENTS 2 Performing Adjustments 1) Entering and exiting the adjustment mode Turn on the power switch and press the two keys of the remote control together. The adjustment mode will be set. ADJ IN To exit this mode, press the key of the remote control.

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    ADJUSTMENTS 3 Adjustment Examples [1] Setting the ID 1) Enter the adjustment mode by key. ADJ IN 2) The main menu will be displayed. Press the key to select [1. ID SET/CLEAR/SELECT]. 3) Check that the ID display at the top left of the screen is [– –]. Press the key to select [1.

  • Page 119

    ADJUSTMENTS [8] To return the convergence and white balance adjustment data to that at shipment: 1) Set the adjustment mode. 2) Press the key. Select [7. MEMORY READ/COPY]. 3) Select the number from the SUB MENU. key : The convergence and deflection adjustment data will return to that at shipment. key : The white balance adjustment data will return to that at shipment.

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    ADJUSTMENTS 4 Precautions Upon Use (Adjustment Control Unit) • Always release the adjustment mode with button and turn off the power with the button after adjust- ADJ OUT POWER ments and settings. All adjusted values and settings will be memorized. •...

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    OPERATIONS [2] Remove the panels at the top and right side of the screen unit to be replaced. (Remove 12 screws. ) The panels are made of polycarbonate. Adhesive double coated tapes are pasted to the frames. When removing the panels, do not pull the panels in directions which are difficult to pull, but pull straight as much as possible as shown in fig.

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    OPERATIONS [5] Attach a new screen. While paying attention to the front and back, attach the fresnel lens. (Flat side:The shiny side is for the projection unit side.) [6] In the same way, attach the lenticular sheet while paying attention to the front and back. (The shiny side is for the fresnel lens side.) * When attaching the screen, past the adhesive double coated tape properly by rubbing the tape with your finger with force.

  • Page 125

    OPERATIONS 2. When all panels have been removed, the top and right side of the screen will become free. Remove the screen by pulling it out from the top right. (Fig. 5-9.) Note: The panel is fixed by adhesive double coated tape at the left side and bottom of the screen, but the lenticular sheet can be removed relatively easily.

  • Page 126

    OPERATIONS [3] Adjusting the screen angle finely The angle of the screen can be adjusted finely (top, bottom, left and right) by inserting and removing cabinet spacers. Add or remove spacers as desired. Cabinet spacers are inserted between the screen and cabinet (two at the top, and two at the right). (Fig. 5.12) Cabinet spacer (Fig.

  • Page 128

    OPERATIONS Notes • To produce fine joint, the left side and bottom of the screen are secure with adhesive double coated tape. Make sure the replaced screen is attached closely to the left and bottom sides of the panel. If not attached closely, the screen will discon- nect from the panels when it expands and contracts according to temperature and humidity changes, or in the worst case, drop off.

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    OPERATIONS 3. PRECAUTIONS FOR ASSEMBLING AND MAINTENANCE • Periodically clean the vent nets of the fan of the multi-projection unit to prevent it from clogging. • In assemblies and maintenance, the service person must move in the cabinet. The following are precautions for this proce- dure.

  • Page 131

    CHAPTER 6. PRECAUTIONS 1. PRECAUTIONS ON FUNCTION AND PERFORMANCE OF SYSTEM • The picture may turn to disorder temporarily due to power discharge inside the CRT tube, but it will recover automatically after a few seconds. In the new CRT, the very slight amount of impurities remaining inside (in vacuum) may occasionally evaporate when hit with electron beam.

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    CHECK SHEET <CUBE Adjustment> 1. Preparations 1 Connect the power supply, and connect the cable for input signals and ABL link cable (control cable). 2 Place the connected cables neatly. 3 After completing the above 1 and 2, turn on the power and perform aging for one hour. 4 Prepare the signals required for adjustments.

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Rm-v2400ne, V4011cr, V5011, Rmf-v4011, V2500na, V2500ne

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