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Old 24th March 2008, 02:34 AM   #1771
turboto is offline turboto  United States
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Hi YWH !

What bulb do I need for the Infocus X2 PROJECTOR . Is it your
200W BSM-DC . Thanks for the help.
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Old 24th March 2008, 03:50 AM   #1772
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Hi budzz11009 !
I need your address

Hi turboto !
you are right! you need 200W BSM-DC
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Old 24th March 2008, 07:40 AM   #1773
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Default Re: tengo reemplazo para lampara uhp

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Originally posted by markopalo
Hola, tengo reemplazos de lamparas uhp sin el reflector en potencias de 150w y 200w

Caracteristicas http://www.xenon-lamp.com/videolamp.pdf

te puedo dar opciones y consejos de como armar las lamparas
y tambien ayuda con proyectores

estoy en sudamerica y exactamente en argentina
el costo es de u$s200
en argentina el envio es sin cargo
para consultas markopalo@hotmail.com

Porque son tan caros?? es mucho dinero no??
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Old 24th March 2008, 09:05 AM   #1774
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Hi YWH

I'm using a 280W/DC JYs-SE lamp, and it doesn't start with this lamp. I buyed it in diypro.us.

Are you saing that I have to buy an HQI instead of the one you sell?

Please give me some tips, I wanto to use the one I buyed to you. A 280W/DC JYs-SE lamp.

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Old 24th March 2008, 09:14 PM   #1775
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YWH

I did send you email from frank11009@yahoo.com for my mail address

thanks
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Old 25th March 2008, 01:38 AM   #1776
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Hi erucoco !
send a clear pic of your bulb to yuweihua@163.net, I need this to ask new bulb.

Hi budzz11009 !
OK ! sent!
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Old 25th March 2008, 03:30 PM   #1777
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Default CXD 3500R

Hello YWH,

I have one another question. For a long time I am looking for SONY chip CXD3500R. It is timing generator for LCD in projectors. I want this chip for projector COMPAQ MP1200, where is burned. Have you any idea where I can get it? It is probably out of production.

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Old 25th March 2008, 04:16 PM   #1778
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Hi yhw,

I've got a BenQ PB 6200 with a really awful flicker that results in part of the image being duplicated in the lower extremes of the image. I'm hoping that a replacement bulb might be the key?

This is my first pj and first dlp device, so I'm not sure if I'm looking at an issue with the bulb, reflector, or the color wheel.

Could you send me a quote on a replacement bulb as well as a seperate quote based on you replacing the bulb for me if I were to send you my old lamp assembly?

section8 AT wingsisp DOT com

Thanks!
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Old 25th March 2008, 05:58 PM   #1779
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Hi yhw,

I've got a BenQ PB 6200 with a really awful flicker that results in part of the image being duplicated in the lower extremes of the image. I'm hoping that a replacement bulb might be the key?

This is my first pj and first dlp device, so I'm not sure if I'm looking at an issue with the bulb, reflector, or the color wheel.

Could you send me a quote on a replacement bulb as well as a seperate quote based on you replacing the bulb for me if I were to send you my old lamp assembly?

section8 AT wingsisp DOT com

Thanks!
Hallo anachronous_one,

At first, im not english spoken person, so im not sure, if will be clear, what I mean.

I have also this projector, in the concrete BENQ PB6210. It is also DLP based projector. I must say one important think for you. In the DLP based projectors, the lamp not working in the continuous mode, but blink in synchronism with the color weel. So when is the relevant color of the wheel in the right position, then the lamp is switched on. It is similar like mechanical shutter weel of mechanic projector, but here this function is realised by switching on and off the lamp. For sync. signal is used small sensor mounted on the color wheel and by two wires connected to lamp ballast. Here may be your problem, your lamp is not triggered by this sensor in right possiton and/or sync. not working properly. Im not sure if this problem is yours, but I advise You to check this sensor. Very quick and easy but rough test if the sync. woking properly,is breake your rotating color wheel by your finger. If the lamp will starts blinking with slowest cycle and in the end stops working with standing wheel, the sync is working. But it is dangerous test for the lamp and ballast .

Another problem may be in synchronisation of video signal on the imput of the projector.
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Old 25th March 2008, 06:35 PM   #1780
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Hallo anachronous_one,

At first, im not english spoken person, so im not sure, if will be clear, what I mean.

I have also this projector, in the concrete BENQ PB6210. It is also DLP based projector. I must say one important think for you. In the DLP based projectors, the lamp not working in the continuous mode, but blink in synchronism with the color weel. So when is the relevant color of the wheel in the right position, then the lamp is switched on. It is similar like mechanical shutter weel of mechanic projector, but here this function is realised by switching on and off the lamp. For sync. signal is used small sensor mounted on the color wheel and by two wires connected to lamp ballast. Here may be your problem, your lamp is not triggered by this sensor in right possiton and/or sync. not working properly. Im not sure if this problem is yours, but I advise You to check this sensor. Very quick and easy but rough test if the sync. woking properly,is breake your rotating color wheel by your finger. If the lamp will starts blinking with slowest cycle and in the end stops working with standing wheel, the sync is working. But it is dangerous test for the lamp and ballast .

Another problem may be in synchronisation of video signal on the imput of the projector.
OK, I greatly appreciate your input and advice. If I understand correctly, you recommend that I stop the color wheel with my finger and see if the lamp slows down the frequency of flashes until it completely stops. Is that right?

Your final sentence makes me think that I might be risking damage to the lamp and ballast if I attempt this test. Do I understand you correctly?
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