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Digital Set-Top Box for Free-To-Air
Safety.. 1 Warning & Glossary.. 2 Remote Control Unit.. 3 ~ 4 STB Connections.. 5 ~ 7 Reference.. 8 ~ 9 Guide of Functions.. 10 ~ 12 Guide of Main Menu.. 13 ~ 29 Motorised System... 30 ~ 34 Troubleshooting Guide.. 35 ~ 36 Menu Map... 37 ~ 38 Specification.. 39 ~ 40
This STB has been manufactured to satisfy the international safety standards. Please read the following safety precautions carefully. MAINS SUPPLY : 90 - 250V AC 50/60Hz OVERLOADING : Do not overload a wall outlet, extension cord or adapter as this may result in fire electric shock. LIQUIDS : The STB shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as base, shall be placed on the apparatus. CLEANING : Disconnect the STB from the wall outlet before cleaning. Use a light damp cloth(no solvents) to dust the STB. VENTILATION : The slots on top of the STB must be left uncovered to allow proper airflow to the unit. Do not stand the STB on soft furnishings or carpets. Do not expose the STB to direct sunlight or do not place it near a heater. Do not stack electronic equipments on top of the STB. ATTACHMENTS : Do not use any unrecommended attachments as these may cause hazard or damage the STB. CONNECTION TO THE SATELLITE DISH LNB : Disconnect the STB from the mains before connecting or disconnecting the cable from the satellite dish. FAILURE TO DO SO CAN DAMAGE THE LNB. CONNECTION TO THE TV : Disconnect the STB from the mains before connecting or disconnecting the cable from the satellite dish. FAILURE TO DO SO CAN DAMAGE THE TV. EARTHING : The LNB cable MUST BE EARTHED. The earthing system must comply with SABS 061. LOCATION : Place the STB indoor in order not to expose to lightening, rain or sunlight.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
This symbol indicates "dangerous voltage" inside the product that presents a risk of electric shock or personal injury.
This symbol indicates important instructions accompanying the product.
Please do not insert metal or alien substance into the slots for the Modules and Smart Cards. In doing so can cause damage to the STB and reduce its life span.
Warning & Glossary
Warning HUMAX cannot be held responsible for any kind of problems caused by the use of unofficial softeware. The use of software versions other than HUMAX official software will void the manufacturers warranty. It is advised that only the formal software released from HUMAX should be used in all HUMAX product range. Glossary
A device that collects and radiates electromagnetic waves. Includes a satellite dish and abroadband antenna.
Forward Error Correction (FEC)
A system of error control for data transmission.
The number of cycles or events per one second, which is expressed in the unit of Hertz(Hz).
Intermediate Frequency (IF)
A frequency to which a carrier frequency is shifted as an intermediate step in transmission or reception.
Noise Block (LNB) Downconverter
A low noise microwave amplifier and converter which downconverts a range of frequencies to IF range.
Packet Identifier (PID)
A set of numbers that idenitifies transport stream packets containing data from a single data stream.
Characteristic of an electromagnetic wave determined by the orientation of the electricfield vector.
Quaternary Phase Shift Keying (QPSK)
Phase-shift keying in which four different phase angles are used.
A channel to which a decoder or TV is tuned.
An automatic device that receives, amplifies and retransmits a signal on a different frequency.
Remote Control Unit
STANDBY NUMERIC BUTTONS TV/SAT TV/RADIO MUTE INFORMATION (RED) SOUNDTRACK (GREEN) SUBTITLE (YELLOW) UHF (BLUE) CURSOR TIME (WHITE) EXIT V+/VP+/PHELP EPG RCL (Recall) OK MENU
Press to select a service, enter your PIN Code or Numerics on the menu.
Press to select the TV/SAT mode.
Press to display the programme information box on the screen. This button functions same as the RED button on the menus. Press to switch between TV and RADIO modes.
Press to temporarily cut off the sound.
Press to display the soundtrack list for the current service. And this button functions same as the GREEN button on the menus.
5 RF OUT
If your TV doesnt have a RCA/Cinch Jack, use to connect your TV.
Audio signal from your STB to Hi-Fi System.
6 RF IN
Use to connect a terrestrial antenna.
There are several ways of connecting the STB to your existing Audio/TV system. We recommend using one of the following set-up for best results:
TV only (with RCA / Cinch)
1. Connect one end of RCA/Cinch cable to the RCA/Cinch socket on the STB and the otherend to a RCA/Cinch socket on your TV. If your TV doesnt have a RCA/Cinch socket, connect one end of RF cable to the RF OUT on STB and the other end to a RF input socket on your TV. 2. Connect the coaxial cable from the LNB to the LNB IN socket on the STB.
TV with Terrestrial antenna
1. Connect one end of RCA/Cinch cable to the RCA/Cinch socket on the STB and the otherend to a RCA/Cinch socket on your TV. 2. If your TV doesnt have a RCA/Cinch socket, connect one end of RF cable to the RF OUT on STB and the other end to a RF input socket on your TV. 3. Connect one end of RF cable to the RF IN on the STB and the other end to a terrestrial antenna connection or the socket for public antenna on the wall. 4. Connect the coaxial cable from the LNB to the LNB IN socket on the STB.
With Hi-Fi System
1. Connect an RCA/Cinch stereo cable from the AUDIO L,R sockets on the back of the STB to the LINE, AUX, SPARE OR EXTRA input sockets on your Hi-Fi System. 6
TV with Motorised System (DiSEqC 1.2)
1. Connect one end of a 21-pin SCART cable to the TV SCART connector on the STB and the other end to a SCART socket on your TV. 2. Connect one end of a 21-pin SCART cable to the VCR SCART connector on the STB and the other end to a SCART socket on your VCR. 3. Connect the coaxial cable from the LNB of your motorised system (DiSEqC 1.2 Motor) to the LNB IN socket on the STB.
1. Connect DiSEqC 1.0
All our receivers are designed to be DiSEqC 1.0 compatible. This allows multiple antennas to be connected to the STB simultaneously. If you have two or more fixed antennas or LNBs, you can use a DiSEqC 1.0 switch. 1. Connect the coaxial cable from the first LNB to the LNB 1 or LNB A input connector of the DiSEqC switch. 2. Connect the coaxial cable from the second LNB to the LNB 2 or LNB B input connector of the DiSEqC switch. 3. Do the same for other LNBs. 4. Connect one end of a Coaxial cable to the RF output connector of the DiSEqC switch and the other end to the LNB IN socket on the STB.
2. Connect DiSEqC 1.2
Please refer to page 30.
3. Connect a Satellite antenna
To the digital receiver, you can connect either a single satellite antenna directly or through converter box several antennas or LNB of multi-feed equipment. You can connect a further Sat-receiver (for example analog), with the receiver of common antenna equipment that has satellite signals.
4. Upgrade via Satellite and Personal Computer
To maintain the STB up-to-date, it will be possible to upgrade the software of the STB via satellite and personal computer. New versions of the software may include new or improved functions for the current one. If you want to download and upgrade the software via satellite, first of all tune your signal to ASTRA 1 Satellite. When the STB switches into presentation from standby or you choose the STB upgrade menu, the STB detects the new software. If the new software is available, the STB will ask you whether it downloads the software or not. If you want to download and upgrade the software via personal computer, visit our homepage to get more information and the new software. (Homepage : http://www.humaxdigital.com)
5. Software Upgrade
Humax digital set-top box is a highly sophisticated product - incorporating one of the best software applications. Whenever a problem is found with this software or, in fact, extra functions or enhanced applications are added, the software in the equipment has to be upgraded. In order to maintain proper performance of the product, it is essential to have the most up to date software. The latest news and release of software versions may be found at Humax website - http://www.humaxdigital.com. It is recommended that users register to HCSA (Humax Customer Service Area) and periodically check for the availability of software upgrade. There are three methods to upgrade the software : (a) set-top box to set-top box download (copies the software of the main unit into slave unit); (b) pc to set-top box download (downloads the software directly from pc to the model requiring upgrade); (c) OTA over-the-air (downloads the software where the manufacturer reserves the right to decide when and where to release through satellite system). Over The Air (OTA) is simply another alternative for downloading software versions. However, the manufacturer reserves the right to decide when and where this software upgrade can take place by "beaming" latest software versions over the air via satellite systems. Note that OTA is only limited to certain geographical regions mainly due to different satellites having different footprints (area where the signal can be received). SUSS (TM) is an official trademark and logo for Humax loader software to perform OTA. The software upgrade via satellite system will only occur under the following circumstances : 1) the equipment should have appropriate loader software; 2) the manufacturer decides to release software downloading via a designated satellite system; 3) the equipment must be "tuned" properly to the same satellite that the manufacturer uses.
You can set a parental guidance rating to each programme in this mode. 1. When the button is pressed after selecting the highlighted parental control on the initial menu screen, a display window for entering the PIN Code will appear on the centre of screen. ** The default PIN Code is 0 0. 2. Enter the PIN Code on the display window. (If any problem occurs when entering a PIN Code, you cannot switch to the next mode.) 3. Set the parental guidance rating of highlighted censorship classification. The parental level is given as age-based numbers : no block, 6, 10, 14, 18 and total block. Enter the PIN Code to unlock or lock programmes. 4. To change your PIN Code: Select the highlighted Old Pin Code using the buttons and then enter your Old PIN Code. Enter a New PIN Code in the highlighted New PIN Code using the buttons. To verify the New PIN Code, re-enter a New PIN Code in the highlighted Verify Changed PIN Code. 5. When the entered PIN Code is correct, then all settings are completed. (If the PIN Code is wrong, the message PIN Code mismatch will be displayed on the display window. When the button is pressed at this time, the Old PIN Code is valid and the cursor is located in the first position of this menu.)
This mode allows you to customise, add a new service and displays the state of the STB. Enter the submenus after selecting the Installation mode in the Main Menu.
3-1. System Setting
The System Setting mode supports the STB internal settings according to the connection of the receiver and external units. This mode includes Language Setting, Time Setting, A/V Output Setting, UHF Turning and Other Setting. 16
Language Setting Select the language for menu, audio or subtitle. 1. Select the highlighted language setting using the buttons in the system setting mode and then press the button. 2. Select the highlighted Menu(or Audio, Subtitle) Language and press the buttons and the language list will be displayed. 3. Use the buttons to move to a language you want and then press the button to finish setting. Menu Language Select a language for the menu or banner OSD in this mode. You can choose the language from a selection of Arabic, Czech, Danish, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish and more. When a broadcasting information(event) is transmitted, the selected Menu Language will be applied. Audio Language Select the default language for audio when changing services. If you change the current service, your STB will initially select the previously memorised Audio Language. If the Audio Language of current service is not provided, at this time, you should reselect a language on the Audio Language menu. Languages provided: Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Rumanian, Russian Spanish, Swedish,Turkish and more. If no language is provided, then the default language of current service will be automatically selected. Subtitle Language Select the default language for subtitle when changing services. Language provided: Danish, English, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish and more.
Time Setting You can set the Current Time and Wakeup Time in this mode. Furthermore, the Service Number in the Wakeup Time mode and Sleep Time (standby mode) can be set. When a VCR is connected, recording can be automatically done according to Wakeup/Sleep Time Setting. Current Time To set the Current Time, enter the Offset value using the standardised information of current service area. The time setting will be used as the standardised time for the I-Plate, TV Guide, Wakeup and Sleep Timer. Time Offset Current Time is based on TDT (Time and Data Table) at the stream of the current service. Wakeup Time Select the time when STB is turned on. Use the Numeric buttons (0~9) on the remote control unit to enter your Wakeup Time. Wakeup Service No. Use the buttons to set the service number provided for the set Wakeup Time. Use the TV/Radio( )button on the remote control unit to toggle TV/Radio service. Service Name The Service Name that has been determined by the Wakeup Service No. will be shown. Sleep Time Depending on Time Setting, select the time when STB is turned off.
A/V Output Setting Audio Output Set the audio mode which is output from the RCA/Cinch Jack. (Stereo/Mono) Screen Mode Select the aspect ratio of TV which is connected to STB (4:3 or 16:9). Display Format Select the format which the video is to be displayed on screen. When your TV set is 4:3 and video source is 16:9, STB will display in Letter-box or Centre mode as selected. When your TV set is 16:9 and video source is 4:3, STB will display in the Pillar-box or Full mode as selected. UHF Tuning Select an UHF channel. The range of channels and frequency value are different for each PAL standard: Channel PAL I/G for Europe PAL B for Europe/Australia PAL D for China PAL K for Russia : : : : CH21 ~ CH69 CH28 ~ CH69 CH13 ~ CH62 CH21 ~ CH69
PAL Standard Select a PAL standard according to the above range of channels. Offset Adjust the Fine Tuning value. The Offset ranges from -4 to +4 and each Offset represents 1MHz. Other Setting Select the OSD Transparency and Information Box Display Time. OSD Transparency Select the OSD Transparent type. It affects Information box, Soundtrack, Subtitle, Service list, Time and Quick mode of TV Guide. Use the buttons to toggle transparent and opaque. Info.Box Display Time Set the display duration of information box displayed on the screen after changing services. The time ranges from 0 to 20 seconds.
3-2. Service Organising
This menu gives users access to options that allow them to organise their Networks, TV Services and Radio Services. ** The default PIN Code is 0 0. Organise TV Services Organise All Services This mode allows users to Delete, Move, Lock, Skip and Rename TV Services. Delete 1. 2. 3. 4. Press the Red( )button to delete unwanted services. Highlight the services that you want to delete in grey. Press the button to confirm. Press the button to cancel the deletion.
Move 1. Press the Green( )button to move the service to where you want to locate. Then, the icon( ) will be displayed in front of the service number. 2. Use the buttons to select a new location. 3. Press the button to fix the location. 4. Press the button to return to the original location. Lock 1. Press the Yellow( )button to lock services. Then, the symbol will be displayed at the right side of the service name. 2. Enter the PIN Code to view the locked services. Skip 1. Press the Blue( )button to skip services. Then, the symbol will be displayed at the right side of the service name. 2. Use Numeric buttons, service list or button to view the skipped services when selecting channels. N o t e : You cant view the skipped services by using buttons. 20
Rename 1. Press the White( )button to change the service name. Then, the keyboard image will be displayed on the screen. 2. Key in the new service name. You can use the four direction keys to move or select the services. : to move the previous service : to move the next service : to move back by 16 services : to move forwards by 16 services N o t e : The box between service list and the description of the colour buttons offers the brief information of a service where the cursor is located. Organise Favourite Services This mode service to add and delete services to and from the favourite group. To add services into Favourites, locate the cursor to the desired service and press the button. The function of the colour button is the same as Organise All Services, except for the following differences. When you delete a service in the Favourites window, the service is excluded from the favourite group and the service is still stored in services window. You can move the service only within Favourites window. To group the services into Favourites; 1. Use the button to move the cursor to Services-plate(right). 2. Select the service you want to group into Favourites. 3. Press the button. 4. Use the button to move the cursor to Favourites-plate(left). 5. Press the button to save the selected group. N o t e : 1. Use the 2. Use the page. buttons to move the cursor. buttons to select the previous or next
Organise Radio Services The Organise Radio Services functions same as TV Services except that it uses Radio Services. You can delete or move Radio Services and change the attributes of them. Organise All Services The Organise All Services lets the user Delete, Move, Lock, Skip or Rename Radio Services on the All Radio Services list. Organise Favourite Services The Organise Favourite Radio Services lets the Delete, Move, Lock, Skip or Rename Radio Services from the Favourite Radio Services and group into a new Favourite Radio Services. The Radio Services are grouped into a Favourite in the same way as the TV Services(refer to page 21). Organise Networks You can edit services using the network unit. The provider names are displayed on the left side of screen and the TV/Radio Services included in the highlighted Network are displayed on the right side of screen. Only the Delete, Rename function can be used in this mode. When TV/Radio Services are too many to be displayed, use the button to move the cursor to the right window and use the and buttons to move the cursor to the next list. When the number of services is under 10, the scroll bar is not displayed. In Radio Service icon( ) is marked in front of service number.
3-3. Service Searching
Enter the PIN Code to access the Service Searching menu as you access the Parental Control or Service Organising menu. Press the button to start Service Search after setting the parameters. ** The default PIN Code is 0 0. 22
Antenna Setting Selects the antenna and LNB settings for service search. As you can change the settings for 22KHz Tone and DiSEqC switch, there are 32 possible Antenna Setting for use. The values that are set in this menu will be available for selection in other service searching menus. Antenna Alternative There are 32 antenna alternatives, each one can have different combinations of settings for 22KHz Tone and DiSEqC switch. Satellite Name Selects the Satellite Name that corresponds to the value of the Antenna Alternative. 1. Press the buttons to display the satellite list box. 2. Select the wanted Satellite Name. 3. If the desired Satellite Name is not listed then select User Defined. 4. The keyboard will appear and you can type the Satellite Name directly. The selected Satellite Name can help you select the Antenna Alternative in the searching menu, but it is possible to change or select the Satellite Name only in the Antenna Setting menu. N o t e : In case the selected satellite is used as OTA target satellite, automatic detection of the OTA target satellite might not work properly if you change or edit the name of the satellite. 5. Satellite Name is listed in alphabetical order and the order can be changed according to Menu Language. 6. When inputting the Satellite Name, there is a 14 character limit. LNB Frequency 1. Select the L.O. Frequency that is set to antenna. 2. Use the buttons to select the LNB frequency (Universal, 5150, 9750, 10600, 10750, 11475MHz or 0, 1,., 9). 3. If the required LNB Frequency is not available, then select 0 and enter the frequency manually using the Numeric buttons (0~9). 4. When you select Universal, both 9750 and 10600MHz are supported at the same time. The 22KHz Tone setting is unnecessary. (Disabled)
22KHz Tone When you use a dual LNB or two antennas connected to a 22KHz Tone switch box, make 22KHz Tone switch Enable or Disable to select LNB or antenna. DiSEqC Input According to the option and position of DiSEqC switch, select Disabled, Tone Burst A to B and DiSEqC A to D. After setting the above mentioned value, press the button to move to the Manual Search menu. Motorised System The Motorised System is used to set the DiSEqC 1.2 motor by Eutelsat specification. If you wish to use this system, please refer to page 30. Service Search OSD 1. If you press the button during the search, then Service Search stops and the searching menu will appear again. 2. When you find all the services, the following picture appears. 3. Before saving it, you can select the services you want to delete. Found services OSD 1. The picture above shows services that are found after Manual Search. 2. Use the Red( )button to mark the services that you want to delete. To unmark a service, select the service and press the Red( ) button again. 3. Press the button to save or press the button to exit without saving. 4. Then Service Search menu appears again. When you exit from all menus, the first service of the found service list is played. In the bottom of found service picture, network, the information of transponder and the number of found service that the services belong to are displayed. The deleted service by the Red( ) button is excepted from counting of the number of services. The deleted service is not included in this number. Free applies to the empty space of the memory. It will be used to store future services. 24
3. Press the Red( )button for confirmation, and you will successfully exit from input mode. If press the button at symbol rate value input mode, the value will be confirmed, and if you moves left or right column use the buttons, you can differ values of symbol rate to input. Then press the and the Red( )button to exit from input mode. To delete a Symbol Rate in the above list, press the 0 (Numeric button) in the selected position and then the symbol rate disappears. The range of Symbol Rate that is input additionally is 16-30Ms/s. N o t e : The user should select the Satellite name in Antenna Setting menu. When the user types the Satellite Name separately, the search type is fixed to the Detail mode. Press the button anywhere to start Automatic Search. The picture during searching is as follows. The picture searches with varying frequency, Symbol Rate and FEC etc. Satellite Name is the name that the user selects to correspond with Antenna Alternative of Antenna Setting. The progress bar(%) appears on bottom of the picture. During the search, services that are found are displayed as follows: 1. Press the button during Automatic Search to stop search. 2. After the search is finished, the appearite message appears. 3. Press the button to return Service Search menu.
STB Status Displays the information of H/W Version, S/W Version, Loader Version and so on. Signal Detection Shows the Signal Level(AGC level) and Signal Quality(BER) of the current service and is help to the initial antenna setting.
STB Upgrade You can download and upgrade the software of this STB via ASTRA 1 satellite when the software of new version is released. Do not turn off the STB during downloading. When the power is switched OFF, turn on the STB and the process will be continued.
3-5. Default setting When you press the button at the screen, the data of system setting will be changed into the default values and some Free-To-Air services of Astra 1 will be stored in replacement of all services found. If you press the button, the function will be cancelled and return the Installation menu.
STB supports additional functions such as Calendar and Biorythm. At the Biorhythm use the buttons to adjust your birth year and date to see your current biorhythm status.
DiSEqC 1.2 User Instructions
If you have a DiSEqC 1.2 motorised system, then you can use the DiSEqC 1.2 functions available. The following instruction describes how to use the DiSEqC 1.2 functions to store the positions of the satellites and to search for the services(STAB Rotor Sat motor recommended).
1. Satellite Setting Menu Options
When DiSEqC Motorised System is Enabled in the Antenna Setting, a new menu is available for configuring the motor. This menu is called Satellite Setting and is accessed by pressing the button while the option Antenna Alternative is highlighted in the Manual Search menu. The following options are available on the Satellite Setting menu. Satellite Name A selection of satellite names that can be used to identify a motor position. If the satellite name you require is not available, please use other. In installer mode the Satellite Name Reference refers to the 0 position of the motor. Movement In user mode this is used to fine-tune the position of the motor for better reception. In Installer mode this is used to search for the position of a satellite manually. Motor Control Search : Searches for services on the chosen transponder. Goto : Moves the motor to the stored position of the selected satellite name. Store : Stores the current position of the motor for the selected satellite name. Reset : Resets all stored positions of the motor relative to the 0 position.(Installer mode only)
DiSEqC Command Mode Changes the current mode between Installer and User.
2. Setting your Receiver for DiSEqC 1.2
You must set your receiver up so that it is ready to use DiSEqC 1.2. To do so, do as follows 1. Press the Menu( )button, to display the Main Menu. 2. Select Service Searching option and press button, to display the Service Searching menu. 3. Select Antenna Setting option and press button, to display the Antenna Setting menu. 4. You must set up a separate antenna alternative for each satellite position required. 5. Select the name of the satellite you wish to use. 6. Select the correct LNB frequency for the LNB you are using. 7. Set the Motorised System to Enable using the buttons. 8. The option DiSEqC Input Selection should now be disabled. This option is used for DiSEqC 1.0 and cannot be used in conjunction with DiSEqC 1.2. Your receiver is now ready to use DiSEqC 1.2. To return to the Main Menu, use the button until you are at the Main menu.
3. Initial Satellite Position Search
This is required when you first set your receiver up to use DiSEqC 1.2 and sets the positions of all pre-programmed satellites. 1. Make sure your motor is installed correctly with the calibrations adjusted for the region you are situated. (Please consult the user manual for your motor.) 2. Make sure your receiver is set up to use DiSEqC 1.2. (see section 2 above). 3. On the Main Menu, select Service Searching option and press the button, you should now see the Service Searching menu. 4. Highlight the option Antenna Alternative and press the button to display the Satellite Setting menu. 5. Highlight the DiSEqC Command Mode option and use the buttons to change the value to Installer and press the button. 6. Highlight the Motor Control option and use the buttons to change the value to reset and press the button. 7. You will now see a warning message, press the button to continue. All motor positions of the pre-programmed satellites should now be correct. If you have any other make or model of DiSEqC 1.2 motor then you may need to store the satellite positions in yourself (Please refer to the user manual for your motor). 8. Highlight the DiSEqC Command Mode option and use the buttons to change the value to User and press the button. 9. You should now be ready to start storing services for the various satellites (see 5 onwards).
4. Motor Limit Setting
Use this option to set the East and West limits of the motor. This should be used to prevent your dish from hitting anything that may be obstructing the path of the dish. 1. On the Main menu, select Service Searching option and press the button. You should now see the Service Searching menu. 2. Select Manual Search option and press the button, you should now see the Manual Search menu. 3. Highlight the Antenna Alternative option and press the button. You should now be in the Satellite Settings menu. 4. Press the button to access the Motor Limit Setting menu. 5. Highlight the Limit Setting option and use the buttons to disable this. (Warning: When this option is disabled your motor will be able to move beyond any limits that have been stored - please take care in case there are anything obstructing the path of your dish.)
6. To set the East Limit: a) Select Movement and use the buttons to move your motor East or West until the motor is at the position you wish to use as your East Limit. Use the buttons to stop the motor at the correct position. b) Highlight the Store East Limit option and press the button to store the current position as your East Limit. To set the West Limit: a) Select Movement and use the buttons to move your motor East or West until the motor is at the position you wish to use as your West Limit. Use the buttons to stop the motor at the correct position. b) Highlight the Store West Limit option and press the button to store the current position as your West Limit.
5. Manual Satellite Search
The purpose of this is to set the motor position for each satellite manually. This is useful if the satellite you require is not available from the pre-programmed list (see 3 above). To do this, you must access the Satellite Settings menu. Do as follows ; 1. Select Service Searching from the main menu and press the button, to display the Service Searching menu. 2. Select the Manual Search option and press the button, to display the Manual Search menu. Select the relevant Antenna Alternative that you are using for this satellite. 3. Enter the Frequency, Polarisation, Symbol Rate and FEC of a transponder on the satellite you wish to find. This transponder information should be unique to this satellite. 4. Select the Antenna Alternative option and press the button, to display the Satellite Settings menu. 5. Highlight the option DiSEqC Command Mode and using the buttons change this to Installer. 6. Highlight the option Satellite name and use the buttons to select the satellite you want to find, use others if the name of the satellite you want does not appear. 7. When you have selected the satellite you wish to find, go down to the Movement option and again using the buttons to start the motor moving. 8. You should move the motor as far west as possible and the move it east so that you cover the complete movement range of the motor. 9. During the move from west to east the Signal Quality bar should register a signal once. This is the position of the satellite. If there are two or more different positions which registers a signal, then you must choose another frequency that is unique to the satellite you want. 10. Use the Signal level and Strength Quality bar at the bottom of the screen to judge the best position of the dish. 11. Use the buttons to stop the motor when required. 12. When you have the best position of the dish go to the Motor Control option and using the buttons select store and press the button. The position of the satellite should now be stored. 13. If you do not store this position, it will be lost when you exit the menu. 14. Repeat the process for each satellite if required, remembering to use a different antenna alternative for each satellite.
8. Automatic Search
It is possible to use automatic search using the DiSEqC 1.2 motorised system. 1. Ensure that the positions for the satellite you want to search is correct. (see Section 3 and 5 above) 2. In the Main Menu, select the option channel searching and press the button. 3. In the Service Searching menu, select the Antenna Alternative that you have set for this satellite. 4. When you search new services, please refer to Automatic Search of page 27. 5. When the search has finished, press the button to store and view the services. Now that you have stored all the positions of the satellites and searched for all the services you want, you can now use your receiver as normal. When you change to a service that is being transmitted from a different satellite, you will have to wait a few seconds to allow the motor to move into position to receive the new service.
Tuner & Channel
Input Connector Frequency Range Input Impedance Signal Level IF IF Band width LNB Power & Polarisation 22 KHz Tone DiSEqC Control Demodulation Input Symbol Rate FEC Decode F-type, IEC 169-24, Female 950 MHz to 2150 MHz 75 unbalanced -25 to -65dBm 480 MHz 36 MHz Vertical : +13.5V Horizontal : +18V Current : 500mA Max. Overload Protection Frequency : 22 4KHz Amplitude : 0.6 0.2V Version 1.0/1.2 Compatible QPSK 2-31 Ms/s Convolutional Code Rate 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6 and 7/8 with Constraint Length K=7
MPEG Transport Stream A/V Decoding
Transport Stream Profile Level Input Rate Aspect Ratio Video Resolution Audio Decoding Audio Mode Sampling MPEG-2 ISO/IEC 13818 Transport stream specification MPEG-2 MP@ML 60 Mbit/s Max 4:3, 16:x 576 MPEG/MusiCam Layer I & II Single channel / Dual channel Joint stereo / Stereo 32, 44.1 and 48KHz
Main Processor Flash Memory Graphic(MPEG) & System DRAM TMIPS R3930(81MHz) 2Mbyte 4Mbyte
Please note : The specification of the STB may be changed without notice in advance.
A/V & Data In/Out
VIDEO AUDIO R/L RS-232C RCA/Cinch Video Output(CVBS) RCA/Cinch Volume and Mute Control (Resolution : 20 bits DAC, Max. 2 Vrms) Transfer rate 115,200 bps, 9pin D-sub Type
Input Voltage Type Power Consumption Standby Power Protection 90 - 250V AC, 50/60 Hz SMPS Max. 30W 8W Separate internal fuse. The input shall have lightening Protection
Size (W x H x D) Weight (Net) Operating Temp Storage Temp Storage Humidity 260 x 50 x 180 mm Around 1.3 kg 0C to + 45C -10C to + 70C 5% ~ 95% RH (Non-Condensing)
You can use a special antenna switch with DiSEqC commands.
When changing ASTRA 1 to EUTELSAT for example, a DiSEqC command is sent with the 22KHz tone through the antenna cable. The antenna switch will change ASTRA 1 to EUTELSAT. The concept of DiSEqC is a protective trademark of EUTELSAT.
Data rate decides the picture quality of digital TV programmes.
Data rate of about 5-6 Mbit/s coincides with the picture quality of a analog TV programme.
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