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Unprecedented performance

comes in this promising package --

the first die-cast aluminum scanner case

 made in Asia. SHIVA   scan has the form

 to entice and the functions to captivate.

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CAUTION!

SV-150R/200R/250R

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Copyright 2002 Geni Electronics Co., Ltd.

 


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CONGRATULATIONS!

You are smart. You have one of the best 
scanners around.

And with the Geni mark, you are ensured of high quality and reliability 
for years to come.

You can rely on Geni Electronics Co., Ltd., for more excellent lighting 
products. We design and manufacture strobes, effects, and scanners. 
And we work hard to keep you, our customer, satisfied.

You can get some of the best quality, best priced products on the 
market from Geni. You know that, because you're smart. Always get 
the best -- with Geni.

Main Office/Factory:
Geni Electronics Co., Ltd.

Tel: 886-6-253-8513
Fax: 886-6-253-8685

Showroom:
Geni Electronics Co., Ltd.
Taipei World Trade Center, Room 3A-04
No. 5, Section 5, Hsin Yi Road,
Taipei, Taiwan

Tel: 886-2-2722-2910
Fax: 886-2-2722-2918

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No. 22, Chung Cheng  5 Street
 Yung Kang Tainan Hsien, Taiwan

Get the best -- get Geni!

Geni Quality Sets the Standard

 


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CONTENTS

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ABOUT SHIVA-150R/200R/250R  

APPENDIX 2

APPENDIX 1

SECTION 2 - OPERATION

SECTION 1 - SETTING UP

DMX Channel Control Diagram

DMX Address Chart

Product Specifications

Trouble-shooting

Lamp Removal

Maintenance 

Service Dip Switches

Function Settings

Channel Control Positions

DMX512 Control

Focusing the Lens

Scanner Installation

Lamp Installation

Inspection

Warning

Scanner Diagrams

Features

Description

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APPENDIX 3

APPENDIX 4

 Gobos

Gobo Dimensions

 


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Exterior 
Diameter:
25.2 mm

Gobo 
Pattern
Diameter: 
20 mm 

Dimensions

APPENDIX 4

Gobo Dimensions

Note: 

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Shiva-150R/200R/250R
scanner gobos are 
suitable for these 
two scanners. They
can also be used

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in Sharma-200
color changers. Do
not install gobos
from 

into non-rotating

gobo scanners
Shiva-150/200/250   .

Shiva-150R/200R/

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250R

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ABOUT SHIVA-150R/200R/250R   

Description

Focus, self-test,  X/Y direction options, and more

Convenient to use:

Axial fans with long-life ball bearings

6 precision, quality stepper motors

Built to last:

Smooth micro-stepping

170    pan, 90    tilt

True mechanical linear dimming 0-100%

Innovative single-motor shutter, 1-7 frequency-per-second strobe

Engineered to perform:

Strobe and dimming

Nine dichroic colors + white

Six rotating replaceable gobos

Effect variety to make great shows:

AR & IR coated lenses

Large optical path

Excellent optics for high lumen output:

Die-cast aluminum case for beauty and strength

Features

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Shiva-150R/200R/250R    is the scanner to win with.

Excellent  optics  provid e hig h lume n outpu t. S ix rotatin g replaceab le gobo s,
nine pure  dichroi 

c colo 

rs +

  whit 

e, stro be a nd dimm ing prov ide va 

riety for

great ligh 

t shows . Precisio n engineerin g an d qual ity compone 

nts ma ke for

smooth movemen 

t an 

d exac t X/ 

Y placemen 

t. Shiva-150R/200R/250 R  

scanne  r is  v  alue-engineered to beat all competition.

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Unprecedented performance comes in this promising package -- 
the first die-cast aluminum scanner case made in Asia. Shiva-

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150R/200R/250R  scanner has the form to entice and the functions to 
captivate.

And with every model, Geni's user-oriented design lets you work at your 
convenience. User aids, including focus assistance, self-test function, X/Y 
direction control, and  color/gobo change transition options, enhance 
programming convenience and pleasure.

 


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SHIVA

   Scanner Diagrams

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B1 - Service Dip Switches
B2 - Slide-out Lamp Holder
B3 - Middle Screw 
B4 - Fuse Holder
B5 - IEC Power Socket
B6 - Lamp Holder Screws
B7 - Function Dip Switches
B8 - Canon DMX Signal Socket
        (Signal Out)
B9 - DMX Dip Switches
B10 - Canon DMX Signal Socket
          (Signal In)
B11 - Earth Ground

B10

B9

B8

B7

B6

B5

B4

B3

B2

B1

B11

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SHIVA    Scanner Back Panel

B1 - Service Dip Switches
B2 - Slide-out Lamp Holder
B3 - Middle Screw 
B4 - Fuse Holder
B5 - IEC Power Socket
B6 - Lamp Holder Screws
B7 - Function Dip Switches
B8 - Canon DMX Signal Socket
        (Signal Out)
B9 - DMX Dip Switches
B10 - Canon DMX Signal Socket
          (Signal In)
B11 - Earth Ground

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SHIVA

   Scanner

AI - Bracket
A2 - Stepper Motor
A3 - Mirror
A4 - Lens
A5 - 
A6 - 

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Bracket Knob
Air Vents

A6

A2

A1

A3

A4

A5

Gobo 10

Gobo 9

Gobo 8

Gobo 7

Gobo 6

Gobo 5

Gobo 4

Gobo 3

Gobo 2

Gobo 1

Note: Gobos 1-6 are standard in 

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S H I V A - 1 5 0 R / 2 0 0 R / 2 5 0 R

 

scanners. Gobos 7-10 are also 
available.

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APPENDIX 3

SHIVA-150R/200R/250R

   Scanner Gobos

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Every  Shiva-150R/200R/250R

scanne r wa s thorough ly teste d an d

shippe d in p  erfect condition. Carefully unpack your Shiva-

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150R/200R/250R    scanner and remove  the  bag  with  components 
from the carton 

. Inspec 

t equipmen 

t for s hipping damage. Contact 

your Geni dealer  immediately  i f damag e has  o ccurred or if 
something is missing.

Packing list:

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   Shiva-150R/200R/250R    scanner
   IEC power cord
   Operating manual

Follow standard precautions for all electronic products.

!

Warning!

This appliance  mu 

st  

be earth ed (ground ed). Discon nect  from

power before removing covers or servicing. Keep case closed while 
operating.

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hiva-150R/200R/250R  scanner contains no user serviceable parts.

 Refer servicing to qualified technicians only.
Lamp and components become hot during operation. Allow time  to  
cool before handling.
Keep  flammable  materia l a t lea st o ne me ter aw ay fro m un it. D

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not operate in wet conditions or near liquids.
Keep air vents clear to avoid overheating. Never insert objects into 
air vents.
Lamp produces  hazardou s U V ligh t. D o no t loo k direct ly a t lam p
when lit. Do not expose skin to uncovered lamp.
If objects fall on unit, disconnect mains power supply immediately. 
Have a qualified technician inspect for safety before operating.
Never remove warning or informative labels from the unit.

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SECTION 1 - SETTING UP

Inspection

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APPENDIX 2

DMX Channel Control Diagram

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6

6

Channel 

Channel 

Tilt

Tilt

5     

5     

Channel 

Channel 

Pan      

Pan      

4      

4      

Channel 

Channel 

Rotation      

Rotation      

3       

3       

Channel 

Channel 

Gobo      

Gobo      

2       

2       

Channel 

Channel 
Color      

Color      

1     

1     

Channel 

Channel 
Shutter      

Shutter      

255
Fast

Slow
175

Indigo
144-174

Dark Blue
128-143

Red
112-127

Purple
 96-111

Orange
80-95

Green
64-79

Light Blue
48-63

Yellow
32-47

Pink
16-31

White
0-15

255
Fast

Slow
175

Indigo
144-174

Dark Blue
128-143

Red
112-127

Purple
 96-111

Orange
80-95

Green
64-79

Light Blue
48-63

Yellow
32-47

Pink
16-31

White
0-15

0

0

Close

Close

Dimmer

Dimmer

159

159

160

160

1 fps 

1 fps 

Strobe

Strobe

7 fps

7 fps

253

253

254

254

Open

Open

255

255

0

0

Gobo 1

Gobo 1

42

42

43

43

Gobo

Gobo

85

85

86

86

Gobo 3

Gobo 3

127

127

128

128

Gobo 4

Gobo 4

170

170

171

171

Gobo 5

Gobo 5

213

213

214

214

Gobo 6

Gobo 6

255

255

0

0

Rotation

Rotation

No

No

7

7

8

8

Rotation

Rotation

Gobo

Gobo

wise

wise

Clock-

Clock-

131

131

132

132

Counter-

Counter-

Rotation

Rotation

Gobo

Gobo

wise

wise

clock-

clock-

255

255

0

0

Degrees:

Degrees:

170

170

Degrees:

Degrees:

255

255

90

90

Degrees:

Degrees:

255

255

0

0

Degrees:

Degrees:

2

2

 


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APPENDIX 1

DMX Addressing Chart

Value             

DMX 

256

128   

4  

6  

32    

6    

1  

8    

4    

2    

1    

9    

8    

7    

6    

5    

4    

3    

2    

1    

Switch         

Dip 

DMX512 Dip switches and values have the following relationship:

SHIVA

Unit 14

Unit 13

Unit 12

Unit 11

Unit 10

Unit 9

Unit 8

Unit 7

Unit 6

Unit 5

Unit 4

Unit 3

Unit 2

Unit 1

Address

79

73

67

61

55

49

43

37

31

25

19

13

7

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 Dip Switches

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Address  Dip Switches

Unit 15
Unit 16

Unit 17
Unit 18

Unit 19
Unit 20
Unit 21

Unit 22
Unit 23
Unit 24
Unit 25
Unit 26
Unit 27

Unit 28

85

91

157

151

145

139

133

127

121

115

109

103

97

163

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This means, for instance, that the first DMX dip switch has a DMX value of 1, 
and the fifth DMX dip switch has a value of 16. 

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Since each Shiva-150R/200R/250R  has 6 channels, starting 
addresses would be set as follows: First scanner starting address 
= 1; Second scanner starting address = 7, etc.

Use a ball-point pen or toothpick to set dip switch addresses 
appropriately. See the guide DMX512 Basics for more 
information. For convenience, Shiva-150R/200R/250R  starting 
addresses for 28 units and corresponding DMX dip switch settings 
are listed below.

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2. Remove  lamp  from

  packagin g. Re ad

    lamp instructions. D

  o n ot to uch la mp bu lb  

    with bare  hands,  as  this  could  damage 
    the lamp. Grasp the lamp stem and 
    wear lint-free gloves.

1. Loosen two screws (B6) on the  slide-ou t
    lamp holder ( B2). D on't lo osen th e m iddle  
    screw (B3). Pull the lamp holder (B2) out 
    as far as possible, about 10 cm.

Caution! Lamp  and  meta l componen ts g et  hot du ring operat ion. Alw ays
disconnect power and allow unit to cool before opening the unit cover.

Lamp Installation

B11

B10

B9

B8

B7

B6

B5

B4

B3

B2

B1

For the sake of brevity, this manual refers to "Shiva-

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150R/200R/250R  " scanner. Actually, "Shiva-150R/200R/250R  " 

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refers to the three scanners with similar functions: Shiva-200R  
scanner uses HSD-200 lamp which has a 2000-hour lamp life. 

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Shiva-250R  scanner uses EHJ 64655 G6.35 24V/250W (50-hour) 

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or EHJ 64657 G6.35 24V/250W (300-hour) lamp. Shiva-150R  
uses PHILIPS CDM-SA/T 150W/942 . Always use the correct lamp 
for your unit.

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3a. For Shiva-150R   scanner: Note that the CDM-SA/T 

150W/942  lamp stem has two pegs, one thicker than the other. 
Match the pegs with the holes in the lamp socket. Insert the 
pegs into the lamp socket.

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3b. For Shiva-200R  scanner: Use HSD-200 lamp ,Same as 

above procedure.

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3c. For Shiva-250R scanner: Use either EHJ 64655 G6.35 

24V/250W (50-hour) or EHJ 64657 G6.35 24V/250W (300-
hour) lamp. Both of  these lamps have two pegs of the same 
size. Insert pegs into the lamp  Socket.

4. Make sure the lamp is in straight. Push the lamp mechanism (B2) 

straight back into place and fasten screws (B6) on the lamp 
holder (B2). If you feel strong resistence when pushing the lamp 

 


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Model: SHIVA-200R    scanner
Dimensions: 670x300x180mm 
Lamp: HSD-200 or MSD-200 
Voltage: 230V~50Hz
Weight: 15 kgs
Power consumption: 300VA
Fuse: T5A/250V 20mm
Signal: USITT DMX512
Signal connection: 3-pin XLR
Signal termination: built-in (manual)
Addressing: Standard DMX512 9-pin binary
Channels: 6

Product Specifications

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Model: SHIVA-150R   scanner
Dimensions: 670x300x180mm 
Lamp: 

PHILIPS CDM-SA/T 150W/942

Voltage: 120V~60Hz
Weight: 15.4 kgs
Power consumption: 300VA
Fuse: T5A/250V 20mm
Signal: USITT DMX512
Signal connection: 3-pin XLR
Signal termination: built-in (manual)
Addressing: Standard DMX512 9-pin binary
Channels: 6

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Model: SHIVA-250R    scanner
Dimensions: 670x300x180mm
Lamp: 24V/250W EHJ 64655 G6.35 
          or 24V/250W EHJ 64657 G6.35 
Voltage: 230V~50Hz; 120V~50/60Hz
Weight: 15 kgs
Power consumption: 300VA
Fuse: T5A/250V 20mm
Signal: USITT DMX512
Signal connection: 3-pin XLR
Signal termination: built-in (manual)
Addressing: Standard DMX512 9-pin binary
Channels: 6

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Model: SHIVA-200R    scanner
Dimensions: 670x300x180mm 
Lamp: HSD-200 or MSD-200 
Voltage: 120V~60Hz
Weight: 13 kgs
Power consumption: 500VA
Fuse:  7A/250V 20mm
Signal: USITT DMX512
Signal connection: 3-pin XLR
Signal termination: built-in (manual)
Addressing: Standard DMX512 9-pin binary
Channels: 6

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3. Rotate lens to obtain a sharp focus.

2. The scanner shutter will open, pan and tilt will align to center, and a
    small white spot will appear for easy focusing.

1. Set Function dip switch #7 to the "on" position.

6. The lamp will light (but may be covered by the shutter). You might hear the 
    color and gobo wheels reset and pause. New scanners sometimes smoke 
    and emit an odor briefly as paint and dust are burnt away.
7. external flexible cable or cord of this luminaire is damaged, it shall be
    replaced  by a special cord or cord exclusively available from the 
    manufacturer or his service  agent.

5. Check that  your  power  supply  and  th e specifie d scanne r voltag e a re t he
    same. Plug mains power cord into the IEC socket (B5) on the back of unit. 
    Plug the mains power cord into properly grounded power supply.

4. Avoid  signa l interferenc e b y flippi ng Funct ion dip sw itch #8  to  the "on"
    position on the last scanner in a series of DMX units.

3. Set scanner DMX addresses by flipping the appropriate DMX dip switches .
    For more  information,  see  Appendi x 1 , th e DMX5 12 Addre ss Ch a rt a nd
    the guide DMX512 Basics.

1. Use a  35-kg  rate d  or strong er cla mp  to
    secure the scanner bracket (A1) onto a firm 
    truss. Tilt unit  as  desired a nd t ighten s canner  
    bracket knobs (A5). Allow at  least  onem

  eter

    on all  sides  fo r prope r coolin g. Kee p u nit
    away from liquids and flammable items.
    Lastly, pass safety rope (A7) through bracket of
    the unit, hitch the safety rope round the truss and 
    buckle it up. 

Scanner Installation

Focusing the Lens

2. Link  DMX512  signa l cable s  to  the D MX
    sockets B8 and B10 o n t he b ack p late o f t he  
    scanner.  "Dais y cha in"   the scan ne rs as
    illustrated  in  the  guide  DM X Basics . Alway s use

       120 ohm shiel ded,  22 or 24  AWG,  braided   shield  microphone  cables  and 
    three-pin canon XLR connectors.

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SECTION 2 - OPERATION

Function  settings   are   designed   to   make   installatio n  an d  programmi ng
convenient and  fast . Simpl y activat e  a Functi on d

 ip swi tch to  get  the opti on

you want.

Please refer to  Appendix 2 , th e DM X Chann el Contr ol Diagram

 ,  

fo 

r a mo re

detailed explanation of effect positions.

When using  a  DMX c ontroller, c hannels  

 

 

 

 

 

correlate with scanner functions. So

when you move a slider on the color channel, for example,  the  colors  will 

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change. Shiva-150R/200R/250R     scanner effect channels follow:

Channel Control Positions

DMX512 Control

Dimming

Strobe and

Shutter:

Channel 1 Channel 2

Colors

Channel 3
Gobos

Channel 4
Gobo 
Rotation

Channel 5
Pan

Channel 6
Tilt

Function Settings

Function Dip Switch Diagram

#1 Off
Transitions between colors 
and gobos are visible.

#1 On
Transitions between colors or gobos 
are covered by the shutter.

#2 Off
Color wheel stops at any 
position; Single colors or 
adjacent two-color 
combinations are possible.

#3 Off
Exterior control mode. For use 
with any DMX controller.

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Color wheel stops only at full color 
positions. Only single colors are 
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Built-in slow motion program is activated.

#3 On

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3. Disconnect  DMX512

 

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    activating  the  self-tes t function.  I f scanne r operate s properly , th e DM X
    signal cable or connector is likely at fault. Replace the DMX cable.

2. Check  DMX512  dip  switc h setting s. Ma ke su re  the u n it is addres sed
    properly. Make sure that Function dip switches 1-5 and 7 are off.

5. If lamp is not discolored or cracked, reinsert it. Close the lamp  holder ,
    tightening two screws (B6) securely. Connect power.

6. If lamp doesn't light, refer servicing to a qualified  technician.

Problem: Lamp light is not visible but fan is turning.

Solution:

4. Disconnect  power.  Le t un it coo l. Chec k lam p.  If la m p is crac ke d or
    discolored, rather than clear,  replace  it. S ee L amp I nstallation a nd L 

amp  

    Removal sections for details.

Trouble-shooting

The 

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minor problems. Always refer servicing to a qualified technician.

Problem: Lamp is not lit and fan is not turning. (Fan can be seen through  the 
back panel.)
Solution:

1. Check  electric  main s fo r prop er pow er connecti on. Ch eck  tha t the
    power supply matches product power supply specifications.
2. Check the  fuse.  First , disconnec t main s powe r suppl y. Us e  a flat-hea d
    screwdriver to pry open the fuse holder casing (B4) near the IEC socket 
    (B5). If t he f use i s d iscolored, r ather t han c lear, r eplace it . A  re placement  
    fuse is provided in the fuse holder (B4).  Always  use  appropriate  type  of 
    fuse. (See Product Specifications.)

1. Adjust your DMX controller sliders to open the scanner shutter channel, 
     channel 1. Refer to Appendix 2 and controller instruction manual if 
    necessary.

Proper DMX512 addresses must be set on each scanner. Appendix 1 
is a Chart of standard addressing for the six-channel Shiva-

TM 

150R/200R/250R  scanner. Refer to the guide DMX512 Basics for 
more information.

 


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3. Dispose  lamps  properl y. Ke ep u sed la mps  away  from c hildren and
    animals.

2. With one hand on the lamp socket and the other  on  the  stem  of  the  lamp 
    bulb, pull the lamp stem away from the socket. 

Lamp Removal

To remove  lamps , follo w t he directio ns bel 

ow. Alw ays a llow un it to cool

before changing lamps or opening the unit cover.

1. Loosen two screws (B6) on the  slide-out  lamp  holder  (B2).  Do  no t loose n
    the  middle  screw  (B3) . Pu ll th e lam p hold er (B 2)  out  as  fa r as possi ble,
    about 10 cm.

Maintenance

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Warning: Disconnect power and let unit cool before handling. Never open 
unit cover when in use. Keep away from water and other liquids.

Lamps have special characteristics that should be observed to prolong 
their use. Wait about ten minutes after  disconnecting electric power to 

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Shiva-150R/200R  scanner before supplying power again. The

 

CDM-

SA/T 150W/942 and HSD-200 lamp will not relight immediately after 
being turned off. Wait about one minute after disconnecting power to 

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Shiva-250R    scanner before supplying power again. Even though 
halogen lamps, like EHJ 64657 G6.35 24V/250W, restart quickly after 
being extinguished, wait one minute to protect scanner electronics.

To maintain maximum brightness, clean the unit regularly with a damp 
cloth or glass cleaner. 
   1. Wipe lens clean regularly.
   2. Keep internal optical path free from dust or cobwebs.
   3. Clean internal parts once a year with a brush and strong vacuum 

#4 On

#5 Off
X-axis (pan) movements 
progress from left to right.

X-axis (pan) movements progress from 
right to left.

#5 On

#6 Off
Y-axis (tilt) movements progress 
from low to high.

Y-axis (tilt) movements progress from 
high to low.

#6 On

#7 Off
Exterior control mode. For use 
with any DMX controller.

#7 On
Focus assistance is activated; a gobo 
appears for easy focusing.

Function Dip Switch Diagram (Cont.)

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#8 Off
Exterior control mode. For use 
with any DMX controller.

#8 On
DMX512 signal termination; activate this 
function dip switch on the last in a series 
of DMX units to maintain a clear signal.

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Service Dip Switches

For general use, do not activate Service dip switches.

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Note that Shiva-250R    scanner does not have service dip switches. 

Service  dip  switche s ar e aid s  to technicia ns worki ng  on Shiva-150R/2 0  0R
scanner. They have two functions,  both of which are explained below.

Service Dip Switch Diagram

Motor power supply is "off" while lamp is lit.

#1   On

Motor power supply is "on" while lamp is not lit.

#2   On

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#4 Off
Exterior control mode. For use 
with any DMX controller.

Self-test function; scanner runs through 
a pre-set pattern of actions.