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Nov 13, 2017 9:39 AM
Hello i am new here in the forum and need some help
I had a barco sml r12+ projector but he doesn't work at startup he shows me the message main voltage low with the errorcode L- 2001
Does anybody has this problem also?! Please help me
nice greetings manuel
Jan 22, 2017 5:55 PM
Hoping someone can help me out - I bought two used Barco SLM R12+ Performers to use for projection mapping on building facades. One is dimmer than the other. I have messed with the settings and nothing seems to fix it. There also seems to be some colored lines bouncing back and fourth in the light reflection but it doesn't seem to effect the projected image.
Thanks for any help in advance!
Aug 7, 2016 10:35 PM
I Just bought BARCO SLM R12+ projector but it doesn't work..
When I turn it on It shows ERROR L(-1000). In service book it is writen :
- L ERROR(-1000)
WRONG LAMP PARAMETER(S)
No I2C communication with the lamp module EEPROM or Lamp
parameter “article number” unknown or corrupt.
When I turn in on I can check LAMP info - so it doesnt have a problem to connect with lamp EEPROM. Also I can read what is article number of lamp..
Can anyone help me whith this ?
thank You for any advice.
And Lamp works properly in other projecteur..
Mar 29, 2007 10:41 AM
short answer to your question.... LOTS OF LUMENS!!!
If you're doing it at night in a place with low ambient light I'd say that 7K-10K would be adequate. I have done projection during the day but it's tougher.
We built a frame out of lighting pipe and covered it in black velour drape to create an enclosed space for the projectors. Our event was in the early afternoon so we positioned the screen facing east so the sun would be hitting the projection enclosure and not the screen. Then we stacked up 2 Barco R12+ projcectors and converged them to run as one single 20K+ source. It was pretty good but if i did it in daylight again I'd add a 3rd Barco
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