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(6) Assigning ID numbers
ID numbers are numbers which identify the different multi projection units in a system consisting of multiple
multi projection units (4-screen systems, 9-screen systems, etc.). When the ABL linking cables are connected
and ID numbers are assigned, commands can be sent to specific multi projection units and the remote control
unit can be used to operate a specific multi projection unit.
In addition, the ID numbers assigned to the different multi projection units can be used to change the time until
each unit is turned on. This can be used to avoid harmful effects such as the circuit breaker being blown due to
a large in-rush current
<Function for turning the power on at different times using the ID numbers>
If the power of the entire cube system is turned ON/OFF with a main breaker, because the cubes connected to
the same power supply will be simultaneously turned on when the power is turned on, a large in-rush current
my be generated.
Such problems can be prevented by using the ID numbers assigned to the different sets to change the times
when the units’ power actually turns on as described below, thereby lowering the probability of the power of the
different units turning on simultaneously and thus preventing such problems.
* Wait Time setting
This function uses the ID numbers assigned to the individual sets,
dividing the ID numbers into four groups (I to IV) and setting the time from which the microprocessor recognizes
the power on command until the power assembly’s AC relay is actually turned on for the different sets within
the different groups in the order of the ID numbers, with the formula: ID no. within group x 40 msec ID
Converted into decimal system Wait Time.
Order of the ID
Wait Time is the same for groups II
to IV as for group I.