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  • Page 1 MAC 2000 Performance user manual...
  • Page 2: Dimensions

    270° 270° © 2001 Martin Professional A/S, Denmark. All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced, in any form or by any means, without permission in writing from Martin Professional A/S, Denmark. Printed in Denmark. P/N 35000103 Rev. C...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    MAC 2000 Performance safety information ........
  • Page 4: Introduction

    If you have questions about how to operate the fixture safely, please contact your Martin dealer or call the Martin 24-hour service hot line at +45 70 200 201.
  • Page 5 T O P R O T E C T Y O U R S E L F A N D O T H E R S F R O M I N J U R Y D U E T O F A L L S •...
  • Page 6: Transportation

    RANSPORTATION Important! Release the transport locks before operating the fixture. Included items The MAC 2000 Performance is shipped in a 1 or 2 unit flight case that contains the following items. • User manual • 4 additional animation wheels • 2 aluminium gobos •...
  • Page 7: Double Flight Case

    Double flight case T o un pack 1 Open the flight case and pull the drawer all the way out. 2 Release the head (tilt) transport lock. 3 Install rigging hardware as described on page 13. 4 With one person on each side, lift the fixture out of the flight case.
  • Page 8: Lamp

    750 hours. The lamp is capable of hot restrike. This feature, however, is only supported by the MAC 2000 Performance with electronic ballast. The ends of the lamp have specially-developed keys, shown in Figure 6, to ensure proper installation. Do not use HMI 1200 W/S lamps with the non-keyed SFc 10-4 base.
  • Page 9 “Time” on page 15. To align the lamp 1 Switch on the MAC 2000 Performance and allow it to reset. Using either a controller or the control module, turn on the lamp and project an open white beam on a flat surface.
  • Page 10: Ac Power

    F U S E S The MAC 2000 Performance comes factory set for 100 V or 120 V and has two 20 A T (time delay) main fuses, which are located near the power switch. Units set at 210 V and above have two 15 A main fuses installed.
  • Page 11: Reduced Power Function

    Reduced power function The MAC 2000 Performance has an automatic power reduction function, which reduces the consumption to 700W if the shutter/dimmer is closed for more than 3 minutes. This not only increases the lamp life, but also further decreases the overall noise emission of the fixture.
  • Page 12: Data

    24 AWG cable is suitable for runs up to 300 meters (1000 ft). Heavier gauge cable and/or an amplifier is recommended for longer runs. • Never use both outputs to split the link. To split the serial link into branches use a splitter such as the Martin 4-Channel Opto-Isolated RS-485 Splitter/Amplifier.
  • Page 13: Rigging

    IGGING The MAC 2000 Performance can be placed on stage or clamped to a truss in any orientation. The Fast-Lock system enables quick and easy fastening of the clamp brackets in 4 positions as shown Figure 10. Figure 10: Clamp bracket positions Warning! Always use 2 clamps to rig the fixture.
  • Page 14: Control Panel

    The LED control panel is used to set the address and personalities, read lamp hours and other information, calibrate effects, and run a test routine. Most of these functions may be performed remotely via the serial link with the Martin MP-2 Uploader.
  • Page 15: Readouts

    The second parameter is the number of position updates used to calculate speed. The level is adjustable between 1 and 10 under P E R S / T R A C / C A L . Increasing the number of samples increases the distance over which speed is calculated, making movement smoother but less responsive to sudden changes.
  • Page 16: Service Messages

    [Enter]. Adjust the offset as necessary to align the beam with the reference beam. Press [Enter] to save the setting. 4 Tilt calibration is most useful when multiple fixtures are arranged horizontally. To calibrate, set zoom, focus, iris, and pan position for easy side-by-side comparison and set each fixture to the same tilt DMX value. MAC 2000 Performance...
  • Page 17 Figure 12: Zoom calibration point Select one fixture to be the reference fixture. On the other fixtures, select and press U TI L /C A L/ T OF [Enter]. Adjust the offset as necessary to align the beam with the reference beam. Press [Enter] to save the setting.
  • Page 18: Effects

    For accurate illumination of stage props and scenery, this framing system slices the elliptical beam into angled shapes. The system comprises four shutter blades, arranged in two layers. With this 2-layer system, the MAC 2000 Performance has been designed to project shapes with crisp, sharp edges.
  • Page 19: Dimming And Strobe

    Dimming and strobe The mechanical dimmer/shutter system provides smooth, high-resolution 100 percent dimming, instant open and blackout, random and variable strobe effects up to 10 Hz, and random and variable pulses in which the dimmer snaps open and slowly dims or snaps closed and slowly opens. Color mixing The color mixing system uses continuous dichroic cyan, magenta, and yellow (CMY) color filters.
  • Page 20: Optical Configuration

    PTICAL CONFIGURATION Rotating gobo wheel The MAC 2000 Performance is supplied with 5 rotating gobos installed. Figure 13 shows the standard gobo configuration with the gobo positions marked. Open 1 - Dot breakup 5 - Flames 2 - Soft breakup...
  • Page 21 O R I E N T A T I O N Coated gobos are inserted with the coating against the rim of the holder (away from the spring). Textured gobos are inserted with the smooth side against the spring. This provides the best results when combining rotating gobos.. Uncoated side Coated side When an object is held up to the coated side...
  • Page 22: Effect Wheel

    5 Replace the top cover and release the pan and/or tilt locks before operating. Effect wheel The effect wheel provides a variable frost filter and two positions for effects. The MAC 2000 Performance comes with a wide angle lens and a nine-fact prism installed in these positions.
  • Page 23: Gobo Animation

    5 Replace the bottom cover and unlock the head before operating. Position the effect holder Locking plate groove over the fixed plate. Figure 15: Replacing effects Gobo animation The gobo animation system is designed to create animated effects such as flames, sky and water imaging. The MAC 2000 Performance comes with 5 replaceable gobo animation wheels, which are magnetically attached to a motor shaft, and which can be quickly changed.
  • Page 24 6 To insert a new wheel, place it over the mount, ensuring that the magnet that is fitted to the animation wheel is facing the mount. 7 Replace the bottom cover and unlock the head before operating MAC 2000 Performance...
  • Page 25: Routine Maintenance

    OUTINE MAINTENANCE The MAC 2000 Performance requires routine cleaning. The schedule depends heavily on the operating environment; please consult a Martin service technician for recommendations. Refer all service not described here to a qualified Martin technician. Important! Excessive dust, smoke fluid, and particulate buildup degrades performance and causes overheating and damage to the fixture that is not covered by the warranty.
  • Page 26: Software Installation

    R E Q U I R E M E N T S The following are required in order to install software. • The MAC 2000 Performance update file, available for download from the User Support Area of the Martin web site (http://www.martin.dk).
  • Page 27: Dmx Protocol

    PROTOCOL This section contains two DMX protocols (both from protocol version 1.0A): • “16-bit protocol” on page 28 • “8-bit protocol” on page 31 The 16-bit is the default protocol that is used. To modify this use the control menu. For more information see “Control menu”...
  • Page 28: 16-Bit Protocol

    Gobo 5 slow -> fast Gobo wheel continuous rotation (continuous gobo rotation) 210 – 232 83 - 91 CW slow -> fast 233 – 255 92 - 100 CCW fast -> slow Table 3: 16-bit DMX protocol MAC 2000 Performance...
  • Page 29 DMX channel Value Percent Function Start code = 0 Rotating gobo 1 index coarse, MSB (Set gobo selection on channel 7) 0 – 255 0 - 100 Index min. -> max Rotating gobo 1 cont. rotation (Set gobo selection on channel 7) 0 –...
  • Page 30 Tracking (Shortcuts disabled - Overriding the SCUT menu setting) 246 – 248 97 - 98 Tracking (Shortcuts enabled - Overriding the SCUT menu setting) 249 – 251 Blackout while moving 252 – 255 Table 3: 16-bit DMX protocol MAC 2000 Performance...
  • Page 31: 8-Bit Protocol

    8-bit protocol DMX channel Value Percent Function Start code = 0 Shutter, Strobe, Reset, Lamp On/Off 0 - 19 0 - 7 Shutter Closed (lamp reduced to 700 W (E-ballast) after 10 sec.) 20 - 49 8 - 19 No function (Shutter Open) 50 - 72 20 - 28 Strobe on fast->slow...
  • Page 32 129 – 255 Angle + Framing shutter 2 0 – 255 0 - 100 Out -> In Framing shutter 2 0 – 126 Angle – 127-128 Parallel 129 – 255 Angle + Table 4: 8-bit DMX protocol MAC 2000 Performance...
  • Page 33 DMX channel Value Percent Function Start code = 0 Framing shutter 3 0 – 255 0 - 100 Out -> In Framing shutter 3 0 – 126 Angle – 127-128 Parallel 129 – 255 Angle + Framing shutter 4 0 – 255 0 - 100 Out ->...
  • Page 34: Control Menu

    Return all personality settings (not calibrations) to factory defaults. F AC T LO AD Load custom configuration. d FS E LO Ad C US 1, C US 2, C US 3 Save current configuration. SA VE Table 5: Control menu MAC 2000 Performance...
  • Page 35 V ER Decimal value of the DMX start code. The start code must be 0 for ST CO the MAC 2000 Performance to function properly. d MX L DMX value (from 0 - 255) received for each channel. dI M. . EF SP Reset fixture.
  • Page 36 L0 00 - L1 27 Pan - Left→Right P AN 0- 25 5 Tilt - Up→Down T IL T 0- 25 5 Run a general test of all effects T SE Q RU N Table 5: Control menu MAC 2000 Performance...
  • Page 37 Menu Item Options Notes (Default settings in bold print) Enable pan/tilt position correction system. F Eb A Disable pan/tilt feedback. Setting not saved. OF F Enable on the fly reset of color, gobo, and effect wheels. E FF b Disable on the fly reset of color, gobo, and effect wheels. OF F See “Adjustment submenu”...
  • Page 38: Adjustment Submenu

    DJUSTMENT SUBMENU U TI L /A dj This functions are used by Martin service technicians to adjust the fixture. This menu is located under Menu Item Options Notes Reset fixture. RS T Strike lamp. L ON Douse lamp. Lo FF Open dimmer.
  • Page 39 Menu Item Options Notes Move pan and tilt to neutral positions. NE UT Pan neutral, tilt down. PN Td Pan neutral, tilt up. PN TU Pan left, tilt neutral. PA TI PL TN Pan right, tilt neutral. PR TN Pan left, tilt down. PL Td Pan right, tilt up.
  • Page 40: Display Messages

    (Lamp error) and frequency settings match the local reasons are a missing or defective lamp, or supply. insufficient AC voltage. Contact Martin service personnel for ME RR (Memory error) ...the EEPROM memory cannot be read. assistance..the fixture detects the lamp is ON but no ‘Lamp ON’...
  • Page 41 Message Appears when... What to do Contact Martin service personnel for L1ER ...light sensor 1 is in error status. assistance. ---there is a thermoswitch error or a jumper on Contact Martin service personnel for THER PL47 error. assistance. Table 7: Display messages...
  • Page 42: Troubleshooting

    2 and 3 in the fixture that behaves 2 and 3 reversed). erratically. Magnetically indexed effect resets correctly but wanders Disable effects feedback (page 16). Contact Martin Effect wheel requires mechanical adjustment. after fixture reaches operating technician for service. temperature.
  • Page 43: Circuit Board Connections

    IRCUIT BOARD CONNECTIONS TILT BROWN BLACK Door Switch Door Switch TILT Feedback ELEC. BALLAST ELEC. BALLAST PAN Feedback PAN Feedback E. Ballast Fan E. Ballast Fan PL 52 Head Left Fan Head Left Fan Gobo Sensor Gobo Sensor Head Right Fan Head Right Fan PL 53 PL 45...
  • Page 44: Specifications

    Construction: ................Aluminium MAC 2000 Performance...
  • Page 45 MAC 2000 Performance in 1-unit flight case: ........