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1 Page 1 Administrator Training Overview-D2 Greyhawk 2 Version: April 2009

2 Page 2 Overview  Introduction  Components  Technology  Barco Wall Control Manager

3 Page 3 OV-7xx

4 Page 4 OV-5xx

5 Page 5 Wall naming convention OVf-SRR  OV= overview  S = screen size –5 = 50 inch –7 = 70 inch –8 = 80 inch –10 = 100 inch  RR = resolution –08 = XGA = 1024x768 = ~ 8 –13 = SXGA = 1280x1024 = ~13 –15 = SXGA+ = 1400x1050 = ~15  f = front accessible Examples :  OV-508  OV-715  OV-1013

6 Page 6 Screens Rear projection screen requirements  Viewable from all angles  High contrast  Focused  Minimal reflection Cleaning of screens :  Avoid to touch screens !!!!  See user manual for cleaning instructions.

7 Page 7 Screens  Screens can be mounted in different ways.  Expand/shrink due to temperature and moisture  Canned –Minimal gap between screens –Visible gap –Only 50” and front access 70 “  Canned – seamless –No gap –Screens push against each other –Only 50”  Stitched –Small needle like wires hold the screens together –No gaps –Only from 70” onwards

8 Page 8 Components : Projection Unit

9 Page 9 Projector Alignment  Correct geometry on the screen by tilting the projector in its frame  Service personnel only !

10 Page 10 Components : Illumination unit

11 Page 11 Components : Dual Lamp system 120W/132W lamp two lamps in each projector Switch automatically upon failure Lamp lift mechanism

12 Page 12 Components : Intelligent Lamps Mounting handle and locking mechanism 120W/132W lamp Lamp ID chip Air inlet for burner cooling power

13 Page 13 Lamp cut-off voltage – lamp retry When lamps get older they can  Simply stop working and refuse to start again  Explode…… : no danger ! Graph not representative, for illustration purposes only !

14 Page 14 Maintenance actions -Defective lamp : -Retry lamp first (reset error + reselect lamp) -When fails again (same day) -Replace lamp -Lamp warm-up – wait 2 min. -Optimize the new lamp! (only possible in service mode).  Air Filter Replacement -Dependent on Contract and/or Need -Don’t shake the dirty filter -Dispose used filters – DO NOT CLEAN

15 Page 15 Components : Typical delays & button functions  Cooling / warming : 2 min  Color stabilizing : 5 min  Overtemp before shutdown : 5 min On/Res button:  Up –1-3 sec: switch on from standby –4-8 sec: toggle between IP address and error status –> 10 sec: reset lamp error  Down –1-3 sec: switch to standby –4-8 sec: not used (yet) –>10 sec: self diagnostic of IU

16 Page 16 Technology What’s inside the projector units ?

17 Page 17 Technology : DLP chip  DLP-chip technology –One chip containing more than 1m mirrors –Each mirror representing one pixel –Pixel value is created through reflection time modulation –See movie...

18 Page 18 Light-path

19 Page 19 Technology : PU - Color sensor Allows the BCM software (see further) to  Have equal brightness on every projector  Have equal color on every projector.

20 Page 20 Barco Wall Control manager (BCM) Controlling all your walls from an easy to use software

21 Page 21 Network Interfacing: Wall Control Network

22 Page 22 BCM for administrators – simple view Features  Overview of cubes  Shows health  Multiple walls  Can generate reports

23 Page 23 BCM for administrators – lamp view

24 Page 24 BCM for administrators – input view

25 Page 25 BCM: Brightness Lock 3 basic modes:  Uncalibrated –Brightness locking not active so dimmer wheel stays in last known position. –Color correction not active so native colors are shown.  Brightness locked –The brightness is dynamically controlled with the dimmer wheel by using only the brightness information of the color sensor. The colors are static.  Sense 6 (License required, see BLM) –Next to Brightness, color is also dynamically controlled. This is done with the DMD chip.

26 Page 26 BCM for administrators  Problems or alarms  Severity : –Green –Yellow –Orange –Red  Recommended solution

27 Page 27 BCM: License  Following options will require licenses: –Hot standby –Sense6 –High power (120 -> 132 W) –Scaling  Checking for the required licenses: –Via BCM, Help menu

28 Page 28 Questions ?


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