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Anschlussplan einer bestehenden Analog-Anlage
Abb. 2 Verbindung der Anschluss/Steuereinheit HDS 160 mit dem Receiver UFD 540
Abb. 3 Die Kabel sind an der neuen Steuerung folgendermaen anzuschlieen (Abb. 3 bzw. 1): Koaxialkabel von der Dreheinheit IF IN Koaxialkabel zum Receiver IF OUT Kabel von der Stromversorgung POWER IN Stromversorgungskabel zur Dreheinheit POWER OUT* 8-poliges Steuerungskabel zur Dreheinheit POSITIONER*
* = mit beiliegendem Adapterkabel
KATHREIN-Werke KG Anton-Kathrein-Strae 13 Postfach 44 D-83004 Rosenheim Deutschland Telefon (31) Telefax (31) 06
Technische nderungen vorbehalten.
Instructions for retrofitting the automatic positioner HDP 160 to digital reception
The retrofitting set consists of: Control unit HDS screws Adapter cable 2-pin (power supply) Adapter cable 8-pin (control cable) Coaxial connection cable with F-connectors Operating instructions for HDP 170 Additionally required: Digital satellite receiver UFD 540, order no. 260515 The mounting set UFZ 540, order no. 20410006, is used for secure installation of the receiver UFD 540 in a caravan or mobile home. Important instructions: For adaptation to digital reception, a planar antenna BAS 60 must be mounted on the automatic positioner HDP 160. Good reception is not possible with the older planar antenna BAS 50. Gefahr Attention Control unit HDS 160
However, you have the possibility to retrofit an older HDP 150/BAS 50 system to digital reception. For this, the planar antenna BAS 60 and the following parts are required: -1 sheet order no. -1 sleeve order no. -2 plates order no. -2 screws M3 order no. An adaptation of the planar antenna BAS 60 on the automatic positioner HDP 150 is only possible and permissible with the use of these components. Ensure, that there is adequate space of 96 cm around the rotating axle of the positioner for the BAS 60! Danger of collision! You can order the parts from: ESC Elektronik Service Chiemgau GmbH Bahnhofstrae 108, 83224 Grassau, Germany
The control unit has an exchangeable 10 A flat fuse near the plug-in connections. After a fuse has blown, the source of failure must be found and removed. The defective fuse may only be exchanged with a fuse with the same nominal value (10 A)!
The adaptation work may only be carried out by qualified specialist personnel! It is advisable to dismount the planar antenna BAS 50 with the older control unit. By pressing the SUCHEN button, the antenna support is raised, and the antenna BAS 50 can be dismounted and replaced with the planar antenna BAS 60. Lower the antenna support again to the parking position. Then, exchange the control unit and receiver. When working on the mains supply, the power supply must be disconnected, in order to avoid short-circuits. When working on the rotating unit, the power supply must be disconnected. Attention! Danger of being pinched by the moving parts.
Electronic equipment is not household waste in accordance with directive 2002/96/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL of 27th January 2003 on used electrical and electronic equipment, it must be disposed of properly. At the end of its service life, take this unit for disposal at a relevant official collection point.
Reconstruction instructions The control unit HDS 160 functions only in conjunction with the Kathrein digital receiver UFD 540. Retrofitted systems with the control unit HDS 160 cannot be operated with an analogue receiver. It is not possible to operate the unit with receivers from other manufacturers. The older control unit of the HDP 160 or CAP 100 does not function with the digital receiver UFD 540!
Mounting steps: Disconnect the previous control unit and the analogue receiver. The connection cables must not be cut! Screw the control unit HDS 160 onto a wall (e.g. interior wall of a cabinet) near the location of the previous control unit on the four fixing holes with the supplied screws. The thickness of the wall at this position should be at least 12 mm, otherwise the screws will puncture out the other side of the wall or damage the surface. The laid cables or wires behind or in the attaching wall must not be damaged when rotating the screws. Observe the available cable lengths (Fig. 3). The control unit HDS 160 must be installed in such a way, which allows adequate air circulation behind the unit (installation, for example, on carpeted walls is not allowed!). Since the control unit has no operating elements, it does not need to be accessible for operation. The control unit is only suitable for indoor installation. It must be protected against moisture. Avoid laying the cables across sharp edges, and protect them from rubbing against obstacles.
Circuit diagram of existing analogue system
Coupler piece HDZ 161 optional brown white Vehicle`s electrical system green URS 200 optional
Connecting and laying the cables All cable terminals must be locked in place or the coaxial cables must be securely screwed on. Use the supplied F-connection cable to connect the control unit HDS 160 with the receiver UFD 540. If a longer cable is required for the coaxial connection between the control unit HDS 160 and the receiver UFD 540, or from the rotating unit to the receiver, a 75 coaxial cable with at least 75 dB screening factor must be used in order to avoid interfering influences or interfering transmissions. When all the cable connections are properly established (refer to Fig. 3), the power supply can be connected again. The system is now ready for operation. When switching on the receiver UFD 540, the automatic positioner HDP 150 or HDP 160 automatically aligns the planar antenna BAS 60 to the satellite, where the selected programme on the receiver is found. For operation of the receiver UFD 540, observe the operating instructions supplied with the receiver.
MobiSet 2 digital CAP 210 and Mobi Set 3 digital CAP 310
Important information about MobiSet 2 digital CAP 210
Information for Owners of MobiSet 2 digital CAP 210!
The HTV 115 LCD/TFT television set is only included with the CAP 310!
If you have purchased a CAP 210, all safety instructions, installation and operating steps and instructions outlined in this installation manual are applicable (except the instructions and information relating to the HTV 115 television set).
Thank you for your understanding
Your KATHREIN Team
Foreign language installation instructions
Dear Customer, Chre Cliente, Cher Client, Gentile cliente, Estimado cliente,
You can obtain an English version of our mounting instructions from our representatives in your country (http://www.kathrein.de/include/kontakte_groups_eng.cfm?kontinent=1&gruppe=SAT) or download one from our homepage (http://www.kathrein.de/en/sat/products/englisch.htm).
Vous pouvez obtenir un manuel dinstallation en franais chez notre rprsentant en votre pays (http://www.kathrein.de/include/kontakte_groups_eng.cfm?kontinent=1&gruppe=SAT) ou le tlcharger de notre page douverture (http://www.kathrein.de/en/sat/products/franzoesisch.htm).
Lei puo avvere la versione italiana delle istruzioni di montaggio dalla nostra rapresentanza (http://www.kathrein.de/include/kontakte_groups_eng.cfm?kontinent=1&gruppe=SAT) piu vicina della sua citta, oppure scaricarla dalla nostra hompage http://www.kathrein.de/en/sat/products/italienisch.htm)
Para obtener la versin espaola de nuestro manual de instalacin, contacte nuestros representantes en su pas (http://www.kathrein.de/include/kontakte_groups_eng.cfm?kontinent=1&gruppe=SAT) o bajela de nuestra pgina de Internet (http://www.kathrein.de/en/sat/products/spanisch.htm).
Electronic equipment is not household waste in accordance with directive 2002/96/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL dated 27th January 2003 on used electrical and electronic equipment, it must be disposed of properly. At the end of its service life, take this unit for disposal at a relevant ofcial collection point.
Components of MobiSet 3 digital CAP 310
1. Roof duct with mounting nut 2. Mounting plate 3. Turntable 4. Antenna boom 5. BAS 60
For an explanation of the connections, see the Connection Examples section and operating manual UFD 170.
For an explanation of the connections, see the Connection Examples section and operating manual HTV 115.
Product package Turntable with tted BAS 60 and ready for connection cables with a length of 3.5 m Power supply cable (10 m) for connection to on-board network Mounting plate Roof duct with sealing gasket Sikaex 291 sealing glue (100 ml tube) UFD 170 satellite combi receiver with connecting cables, infra-red sensor and infra-red remote control HTV 115 LCD/TFT television set with connecting cables and operating manual MobiSet 3 digital CAP 310 installation manual UFD 170 satellite combi receiver and HDP 171 turntable operating manual
The MobiSet 3 digital CAP 310 is designed to receive digital TV and radio programs via satellite. The turntable is intended for the Kathrein planar antenna BAS 60. This antenna can be used to receive digital TV and radio signals in the frequency range from 10.70 to 12.75 GHz; the antenna cannot receive terrestrial signals (e.g. DVB-T). The turntable can only be used in conjunction with a Kathrein UFD 170 combi receiver or the Kathrein UFD 540 digital receiver and HDS 160 control unit. In conjunction with these two receivers, the turntable provides fully automatic alignment of the planar antenna to receive digital satellite signals. The turntable is designed for use in stationary caravans or motorhomes. Any use other than that specied above will void the warranty or guarantee. The following circumstances result in the loss of all warranty and liability claims towards the manufacturer: Improper installation Use of non-specied mounting materials, which cannot guarantee the mechanical reliability of the antenna system Non-permissible use, e.g. use of the planar antenna for storage Structural changes or interference with the components and mounting accessories in the set, which could endanger both the mechanical and functional reliability Improper or forcible opening of the components Use of cleaners containing solvents, such as acetone, nitro-cellulose combination thinner, naphtha etc. Failure to observe installation and safety instructions in this manual Note: The maximum permissible speed for vehicles with a BAS 60/HDP 171 receiver unit mounted on the roof is 130 km/h. Before commencing a journey, the planar antenna must always be lowered into horizontal position (park position). The turntable may be operated in an ambient temperature range of -10 C to +40 C. Operating the system outside these ranges can result in malfunctions or damage to the system.
Power supply, fusing
Operate the system from your vehicles battery (12 V) or a suitable mains power pack. This mains power pack must guarantee a stable initial voltage of 12 V, 11 A continuous current and 15 A (300 ms) surge current. The transient power consumption is up to a maximum of 12 A. To ensure reliable functioning of the connecting/control unit, the power supply cable must be connected directly to the battery. If the power supply is too low, the UFD 170 /UFD 540 receiver indicates this with the on-screen message On-board voltage too low on the television screen. A 15 A fuse is integrated into the power supply cable. If the fuse responds, the source of the fault must be eliminated and the defective fuse replaced with a fuse of the same rated value (15 A). Never remove or bridge the fuse in the cable cable re hazard! The UFD 170 (on the front side) and the HDS 160 (in the connection area on the back side) have a removable 10 A at fuse. If the fuse responds, the source of the fault must be eliminated and the defective fuse replaced with a fuse of the same rated value. Connecting the power supply cable wire marked Ignition to the ignition circuit activates the turntable function for automatic lowering of the antenna. This lowering takes place as soon as the vehicle ignition circuit is turned on. When connecting the control unit to the on-board network, it must be ensured that the +12V, Earth and Ignition wires cannot be broken by switches connected in series, as this can deactivate the automatic lowering function. The antenna lowers after max. 12 seconds after the switching on of the vehicle ignition circuit (if in stand-by and if the UFD 170 is switched off, otherwise the control unit lowers immediately in operation).
Checks before commencing a journey
Before commencing a journey, the antenna must always be lowered into horizontal position (park position). If the antenna has collided with xed or moving objects, you must check that is still securely tted. As the antenna is subjected to vibration loads during driving, at regular intervals, depending on the frequency of driving, you should check that the system is still securely tted and tighten any parts that have come loose. The maximum permissible speed for vehicles with a BAS 60 receiver unit mounted on the roof is 130 km/h. Lower the antenna if it will not be used for a long period. This makes the securing bolts more difcult to access (protection against theft).
Safety precautions during installation
During installation of the turntable, make sure that no persons, in particular children, are in the immediate vicinity of the turntable and that they do cannot touch any moving parts danger of crushing! Always unplug the power supply during installation work.
Lowering the antenna while driving
While driving, the antenna must always be lowered to the horizontal position (park position). To remind yourself of this, please use the stickers in the visual area around your vehicle ignition switch.
Installation and connection
Required tools and equipment
Circular cutter, 38 mm Flat-bladed screwdriver for M5 screws Drilling machine Galvanised tallow drop screws, depending on roof structure (: 5 mm, sheet metal screws D 7981, depending on roof panel structure) or tallow drop screws D 7985 with shims and nuts Twist drill, 2.5 or 5.5 mm Round le and/or emery paper Cleaning agent Fork or ring bolt with width of 10 and 11 mm Knife Cross recess screwdriver for M3 and M5 screws Torque wrench between 6 and 11 Nm Hexagon socket screw key (5 mm) Two wooden beams for supporting turntable
Unpacking and preparation
Remove the turntable from the packaging. Retain the original packaging, as if it is necessary to send the unit for repair transport damage cannot be ruled out and the manufacturer accepts no liability for possible damage. Loosen the six fastening screws (width: 10 mm). Carefully lift the turntable off the mounting plate and place it on the prepared support beams. It must be ensured that the cable running out of the underside of the turntable is not crushed.
Selecting the installation location
Essentially, the cable lengths of the MobiSet 3 digital CAP 310 components allow you a free choice of installation location on your caravan or motorhome. However, you should take note of the following points: Before installation, you should nd out whether the operating manual for your vehicle permits the tting of non-vehicle specic parts or what requirements need to be met in order to do so. For direct satellite reception, there should not be any obstructions between the antenna and the satellite. Therefore, make sure that the antenna is not shadowed by roof extensions such as baggage carriers, air conditioning units, solar panels, etc. The problem of shadowing applies also for the selection of the parking place for your vehicle. For interference-free satellite reception, the antenna needs an imaginary free view to the South at an angle of between 15 and 55 (depending on location) to the horizontal. The turntable has, together with the BAS 60 planar antenna, a circular action area with a diameter of approx. 96 cm. Make sure that there are no roof extensions within this range (collision danger). Choose a mounting position on the roof that is as at as possible as, depending on the location of the vehicle, roof inclines greater than 10 may lead to problems searching for the satellite. 12
To ensure secure adhesion, the height difference of the roof curve may not be more than 1 cm over a length of 2 m, as otherwise the gap between the roof and the mounting plate would be too big to be lled by the sealing glue. As the vehicle is constantly subjected to vibration loads during travel, the roof below the antenna unit is also subject to signicant loads. Please note given the nature and capacity of your vehicle roof (see also operating manual for the vehicle) that the weight of the antenna unit is approx. 14.5 kg. In case of doubt, consult a qualied dealer or your vehicles manufacturer. The roof duct provides a waterproof channel to feed the three connecting cables (antenna, control unit and power supply cables) into the interior of the vehicle directly underneath the turntable. If you prefer a different method of laying the cables, they can be run out of the rear of the turntable via the channel provided in the mounting plate. The cables must then be run along the roof of the vehicle in a protected cable duct (not supplied). Note: The cables may not be cut, as otherwise the proper functioning of the unit can no longer be guaranteed.
Installation of cable duct and mounting plate
Note: If you have previously used a Kathrein HDM140/141 exible satellite mast or another mast with a diameter of 34 mm, you can continue using the existing duct hole in the roof (if space allows).
In the centre of the intended position of the turntable, drill the opening for the cable duct with a circular cutter (: 38 mm). Deburr the hole with a round le or emery paper. Provisionally insert the roof duct into the drilled hole (Fig. A). Place the mounting plate on the roof of the vehicle, such that the centre hole is positioned centrally to the cable duct. The arrow symbol must be visible from above and point forwards in the direction of travel (Fig. B).
Arrow in driving direction Mark the positions of the six fastening holes on the roof of the vehicle in a circular pattern. Note: The size of the holes and the choice of fastening screws to be used (not supplied) depend on the type and thickness of the materials used in the roof structure. If the roof panelling (plastic roofs) is sufciently strong, it is recommended that tallow drop screws, plain washers and self-locking nuts are always used to secure the glued mounting plate.
For very thin roof panel materials and insufcient support in the insulating material, through holes (: 5.5 mm) into the interior of the vehicle are necessary and galvanised M5 tallow drop screws of sufcient length should be used. Make sure that you use a sufciently strong support that can absorb the screw forces (large plain washer or complete reinforcing plate). Figure: C *) (not included)
Create the holes necessary to secure the mounting plate (Fig. C). In addition to the screwed connection, the mounting plate and roof duct must be bonded to the roof with adhesive and sealed. This is done using the Sikaex 291 sealing glue supplied, which is ideally suited for this purpose due to its broad range of adhesion. Before you begin working with the Sikaex 291 sealing glue, make sure that you have carefully read the safety information for Sikaex products on page 34 and the technical data sheet on page 35 in this manual! The prerequisite for good adhesive properties is a clean, dry and grease-free substrate. You should therefore clean the roof surface with a suitable cleaning agent within in a circumference of 15 cm around the drilled hole and allow the surface to dry thoroughly. For painted surfaces, it must be ensured that the coat of paint has the required adhesive properties with the substrate. If the coat of paint is already loose or foliated, it must be removed down to a stable layer in the area of the adhesive surface. If you have any doubts concerning the adhesive properties, consult a specialist in painting and lacquering or the manufacturer of your vehicle. Under certain circumstances, it may be necessary for you to improve the adhesive properties of the roof surface by pre-treatment with a cleaning agent available from specialist dealers (e.g. Sika Cleaner) or a primer (e.g. Sika Primer). The procedure for glueing the mounting plate is as follows:
Figure: D Recess for cable
Adhesive surfaces between two grooves Note before starting glueing work that the optimal processing temperature of materials to be glued and the sealing glue is between +15 C und +25 C. Prepare all necessary fastening elements and tools. Prepare the tube of sealing glue in accordance with the instructions enclosed with the tube. Remove the roof duct (Fig. A) and apply the sealing glue evenly to the underside of the roof duct ange. Replace the roof duct in the drilled hole and press it rmly against the roof of the vehicle. Apply the sealing glue evenly to the underside of the mounting plate, covering the whole area between the grooves (Fig. D). This area must be completely glued onto the roof of the vehicle, in order to achieve the necessary adhesive force. Place the mounting plate on the roof of the vehicle, as you have done already when marking the drilled holes. Make sure that the arrow on the mounting plate points forward in the direction of travel. The fastening holes must be perfectly aligned with the prepared holes in the roof. Fasten the mounting plate in place with the prepared screws, making sure that all six screws are evenly tightened across the diagonals. Note: The sealing glue used is capable of bridging small gaps caused by the curve of the vehicles roof. However, you should ensure that the mounting plate is not bent by tightening the screws. Remove any sealing glue that leaks out at the sides with a clean cloth or if necessary with Sikaex Remover (available from specialist dealers). Do not use a cleaning agent or thinner containing solvents, as this could damage the sealing glue applied under the mounting plate. Only wash your hands with washing paste and water. Secure the cable duct by counter-tightening the knurled nuts supplied from inside the vehicle (Fig. A). Note that the setting of the sealing glue depends on the ambient temperature and the humidity. Final strength is reached after approx. ve days. However, it is possible to carry out further installation work with no problems, as the mounting plate is held in place by the tightened screws. 16
Installation of turntable
Version with cable duct below turntable (Fig. E) Figure: E
Check that the O ring is correctly positioned in the groove of the cable duct (Fig. A). An incorrectly positioned or missing O ring will allow water to penetrate. Feed the ends of the cables with the connectors as far as possible through the cable duct into the interior of the vehicle. Do not step on the connectors or kink the cables! Lift the turntable and place it carefully on the mounting plate in the direction of travel. The through holes on the turntable must be perfectly aligned with the threads on the mounting plate. When lowering, make sure that the cables are fed through the cable duct and are not crushed. Apply a little sealing glue to the six threaded holes in the mounting plate and screw the fastening screws into the thread. Tighten the screws to a torque of 6 Nm. To prevent water vapour from inside the vehicle reaching the turntable through the roof duct, place the three cables in the sealing gasket supplied and insert them as far as possible into the roof duct. Make sure that no tensile loads are acting downwards on the sealing gasket as this can cause it to fall out over time.
Version with external cable duct (Fig. F) Figure: F *) (not included)
Arrange the cables in the cable duct when placing the turntable onto the mounting plate. Make sure that the cables are not crossed over and that they are tightened so that they cannot be kinked. Do not try to pull the cable out of the unit. This could damage the cable or loosen the cable connections. Place the turntable carefully on the mounting plate. The through holes on the turntable must be perfectly aligned with the threads on the mounting plate. Apply a little sealing glue to the six threaded holes in the mounting plate and screw the fastening screws into the thread. Tighten the screws to a torque of 6 Nm. The connecting cables should be fed into the interior of the vehicle through a waterproof cable duct). The cables may not be crushed, kinked or damaged. The connecting cables between the turntable and the connecting/ control unit may not be extended! ) These watertight cable ducts exist in the area of boating and yachting technology, for example, so-called cableports and they can be purchased in boating and yacht outtting stores.
Brief instructions for installing the HDP 171
The sequence of pictures shown illustrates all the necessary installation steps that are required to assemble the HDP 171 turntable and the BAS 60 planar antenna on the roof of the vehicle.
The other detailed instructions in this operating manual must also be followed! For ease of illustration, we have dismantled the BAS 60 on these photographs. As supplied, the BAS 60 is pre-mounted on the HDP 171. Determination of installation location. Caution! System has a turning range of 96 cm (). Drill hole with 38 mm. Deburr sharp edges of hole. Apply Sikaex 291 adhesive to roof duct supports. Insert supports into hole and secure from below with knurled nuts.
Unscrew screws (x6, SW 10) in mounting plate and remove mounting plate.
Place turntable on prepared support beams to protect the roof of the vehicle.
Align mounting plate with arrow in direction of travel. Mark the six drilling holes for securing the mounting plate.
Apply Sikaex 291 adhesive in a sinuous line between the two grooves and spread with spatula or similar. Avoid skin contact!
Place mounting plate on roof duct and secure with appropriate screws (choose screws according to thickness/structure of roof).
Screw turntable onto mounting plate using torque wrench. Caution! Tightening torque: 6 Nm 19
Set up electrical connections. Connect UFD 170/UFD 540 receiver. Connect connecting/control unit to battery. The antenna must always be lowered into horizontal position (park position) while driving! Maximum driving speed of the vehicle: 130 km/h
Installation of UFD 170
The turntable is actuated exclusively by the UFD 170 combi satellite receiver. The cable lengths must be taken into account when choosing the installation location. The UFD 170 is equipped with a power saving circuit and a separate infrared transmitter, which means that the unit does not need to be placed where it is visible. You can therefore t the UFD 170 out of sight in any location, e.g. on cupboard walls, side walls or the base of storage compartments. Note: When choosing the installation location, bear in mind that the on/off switch, the fuse for subsequent monitoring and the slots for inserting common interface modules should always be accessible. In addition, the following points should be taken into account: The wall thickness at the installation location must be at least 12 mm, as otherwise the screws will emerge on the other side or damage the surface The receiver must be placed in such a way as to allow sufcient air circulation behind, above and next to the unit. Installation on carpet-covered walls is therefore unsuitable Ensure that the cupboard or storage compartment in which the unit is housed is adequately ventilated, to prevent a build up of heat No cables etc. placed behind or in the wall should be damaged when tightening the screws The receiver is designed exclusively for installation in dry, interior locations. The installation location must be protected against moisture The connecting cables must be strain relieved
Laying cables and connecting the turntable HDP 171 Lay the control cable (8-pole Western connector), the coaxial cable and the power supply cable (2-pole connector) to the UFD 170. Avoid laying the cables across sharp edges and secure the cable against possible abrasion points. Connect the control cable to the POSITIONER connecting socket on the rear of the UFD 170. Repeat for the power supply cable, which has to be connected to the two POWER OUT cables. Connect the coaxial cable (coming from the turntable) to the IF IN F socket on the rear panel of the UFD 170. Place the infrared sensor close to or directly on top of the TV set and lay the cable to the UFD 170. Connect the 6-pole Western connector on the rear to the socket marked IR REMOTE IN. Note for CAP 210: Lay the AV cinch enclosed with the CAP 210 to the Scart cable. Here you must absolutely note the assignment of the connectors! The cinch connector must be assigned to the UFD 170 and the Scart connector to the TV set. Reversal is not possible unit will not function! Lay the AV cinch enclosed with the CAP 310 from the HTV 115 TV set AV cinch cable to the UFD 170 receiver.
Note for CAP 310:
Connecting the UFD 170 to the on-board power network Isolate the on-board network (master switch off or disconnect negative pole of on-board network battery) before commencing the following work: Connect the included 3-pin cable to the receivers POWER IN plug connector. Make sure that the inline integrated fuse (15 A) of the cable is completely plugged in an intact. If the fuse responds, the source of the fault must rst be eliminated. The fuse may only ever be replaced by a fuse with the same rated value (15 A). The fuses in the cable and in the receiver may never be bridged cable re hazard! At the connecting point for the positive and negative wires, the voltage may not fall below 10.9 V even with a load of 12 A. Otherwise optimum functioning can no longer be guaranteed. Connect the connecting cable wires marked EARTH (white wire) and +12 V (brown wire) to the corresponding battery contacts.
Only for connection in a motorhome, not in a caravan! The third, green connecting cable wire, marked IGNITION allows you a free choice of connection to a circuit in the vehicle that is activated when the ignition key is turned and then carries a constant 12 V voltage. This type of connection ensures that when the engine is started the antenna is automatically lowered into the park position (the receiver does not need to be turned on). Check the connections before you re-connect the on-board network. For commissioning and more detailed information on additional operator functions, we refer you to the separate operating manual enclosed.
Connecting the HTV 115 LCD TV Set
Connect a HTV 115 and the receiver with the included cinch/cinch cable included with the UFD 170. Make sure that you heed the colour identication of the connectors and outlets on the back side of the receiver. Connect the TV with the included connection cable for 230V power supply and with the connection cable (identication: HTV 115) for 12 V norm outlets (DIN ISO 4165).
Function information for connection to on-board network Under certain circumstances, problems can arise when the units are connected to different connecting sockets or circuits/earth potentials. If none are available, it is recommended as depicted in Figure H that you connect the connecting sockets for receiver and TV set to the same cable. The current capacity of the circuit used must be checked with respect to the intended application. For additional information about operating the UFD 170 receiver and the HTV 115, please see the instructions included with the equipment.
Important safety information for CAP 310
The HTV 115 TV set may not be operated while driving or in a moving vehicle (similar to the situation in aircraft, where mobile phones or other electronic devices may not be operated)! Under unfavourable circumstances, it cannot be completely ruled out that other electronic devices could interfere with the sensitive vehicle electronics and could result in triggering of the airbag, for example.
Connection example motorhome - 12 V battery connection (UFD 170)
Note: To prevent damage to the HTV 115 electronics, it must be ensured that the supply voltage is in the range 10.5 to 14.5 V. If your charger does not guarantee this, contact a specialist in vehicle electrics.
Attention: External IR sensor HTV 115 TV set Cigarette lighter socket or 12 V standard socket, DIN ISO 4165 For operation with two batteries, it must be ensured that the ignition signal earth has the same potential as the power supply battery earth for the UFD 170 combi receiver. Non-compliance means that the automatic lowering function will not work!
Connection example caravan - 230 V battery connection (UFD 170)
brown white green
Note! Do not connect. Option not available. The antenna must be lowered before departure. Turn on receiver Select HDP menu Select park function and confirm Mains unit
External IR sensor
HTV 115 TV set Mains unit HTV 115
BAS 60 planar antenna
The BAS 60 at antenna is used to receive digital TV and radio signals in the frequency range from 10.70 to 12.75 GHz. It cannot receive terrestrial signals. The BAS 60 has been designed for mobile use, to receive satellite signals in stationary caravans, motorhomes or trucks. The antennas fastening was attuned to the HDP 171 turntable. The alignment of the antenna occurs automatically when you switch on the UFD 170 receiver and select the TV programme.
BAS 60 with HDP 171
Important information for use
The following circumstances result in the loss of all warranty and liability claims towards the manufacturer: Improper installation Use of non-specied mounting materials, which cannot guarantee the mechanical reliability of the antenna system Non-permissible use, e.g. use of the planar antenna for storage Structural changes or interference with the components and mounting accessories in the set, which could endanger both the mechanical and functional reliability Improper or forcible opening of the components, which can cause malfunctions Use of cleaners containing solvents, such as acetone, nitro-cellulose combination thinner, naphtha etc. Failure to observe installation and safety instructions in this manual
Before commencing a journey, the antenna must always be lowered into horizontal position (park position). If the antenna has collided with xed or moving objects, you must check that is still securely tted. As the antenna is subjected to vibration loads during driving, at regular intervals, depending on the frequency of driving, you should check that the system is still securely tted and tighten any parts that have come loose. The maximum permissible speed for vehicles with a BAS 60/ HDP 171 receiver unit mounted on the roof is 130 km/h. Lower the antenna if it will not be used for a long period. This makes the securing bolts more difcult to access (protection against theft).
The footprint is the reception area on the earth that a satellite covers with its transmission beam (spot), within which satellite reception is possible. The transmission power is at its greatest in the centre of this spot it becomes progressively weaker moving outwards. You should preferably align your antenna to the position of the ASTRA satellite 19.2 East (picture below left), EUTELSAT/ HOTBIRD 13 East (picture below right). The spots for these satellites are shown below. The inner line of the footprint here shows the area covered with digital signals by the ASTRA satellites. The outer dashed line of the footprint displayed here shows the area that is covered by individual Astra satellite. Therefore, within this footprint not all programmes are available.
The satellites emit the various channel packages in different footprints. In the main reception area (inner lines), all channels can be received with good sound and picture quality (exception: EUTELSAT II F1 wide beam). In the marginal zones (outer lines), reception is possible, although the quality of the signals received can vary considerably.
BAS 60 technical data
As supplied, the BAS 60 is mounted centrally on the turntable. In this position, you can also receive signals from satellites with deviations in the degree of longitude (of the typical reception range) of between 15 and 20 from the orbit position of the satellite. Deviations in the preferred reception range degree of longitude or more than 15-20 from the orbit position of the satellite allows the BAS 60 polarisation setting to be changed by changing the mounting position. However, explicit attention is drawn to the fact that positioning the BAS 60 antenna at a deviation of +15 or -15 from the centre position only makes sense if a satellite to the far West or the far East is actually preferred for reception. +15 if the satellite is more than 15 to 20 to the west of the preferred reception area and -15 if the satellite is more than 15 to 20 to the east of the preferred reception area. The overview below shows the recommended BAS 60 mounting position for selected locations and typical satellites. This overview does not constitute a guarantee of reception of all channels from the satellites listed here.
We strongly advise that users who are not familiar with the installation work should not reassemble the BAS 60 independently. They should contact a technician or engineer. They may nd a suitable person on the campsite. Make sure that: - The antenna and connected units are disconnected from the power - The person carrying out the installation does not suffer from vertigo and can move around safely on the roof of the caravan or motorhome - The person carrying out the repairs is wearing sturdy and non-slip shoes - The person carrying out the repairs has a secure position to stand and hold on while working - The roof and the climbing equipment used (e.g. ladder) are dry, clean and non-slip - The roof can withstand the weight of the person carrying out the repairs Attention! Risk of death or injury due to falling or roof collapse! - No persons, especially small children, should be in the immediate area of the turntable and touch movable parts during dismantling/installation of the planar antenna. Nobody should be below the antenna inside the caravan/motorhome during dismantling/installation. Attention! Risk of death or injury due to possible roof collapse and falling parts on the motorhome/caravan. Continue to heed the safety instructions - important notes section! No impediments may be in the turning range (see safety information - important notes)!
The explanation of this installation process is based on the assumption that the entire CAP unit has been properly put together, installed and set up, as described in this installation manual. The safety instructions in the detailed operating manual for the UFD 170 must also be followed!
In motorhome/caravan To dismantle/install the planar antenna from the turntable, proceed as follows: (the key names refer to the remote control for the UFD 170 receiver) 1. Turn on the receiver with the main switch on the front of the unit. 2. Press the Standby button ( ) to start up the receiver. 3. First of all, Welcome UFD 170 and you will then see the message Please wait, initialising HDP. 4. Wait until you see the message Astra position unknown, press OK to start search mode and cancel this operation with the button. 5. Next, press the button to go to the main menu, use the buttons to navigate to the option HDP antenna setup and conrm your selection by pressing the button. 6. Use the buttons to select the Elevation option and use the number keys on the remote control to enter 400. 7. Press the button and the turntable will move to the selected elevation angle. 8. Turn off the UFD 170 using the main switch on the front and disconnect it from the power. On the turntable 9. Unscrew the antenna fastening screws on the turntable with a suitable hexagon socket key (size 5), see photograph on left. 10. Carefully lift the antenna off the turntable and exchange the slot for the rubber bushing with cable and the relevant dummy bushing (depending on the direction you want to move the antenna). 11. You can now ret the antenna with the desired change of angle (+15 or -15) (see picture below). 12. Tighten the hexagon socket screws to a torque of 6-7 Nm. 13. Leave the installation location and reconnect the UFD 170 to the power supply. 14. Turn on the receiver, rst with the main switch and then with the Standby button ( ). 15. Welcome UFD 170 appears. 16. You will then see the message Please wait, initialising HDP. Wait until you see the message Astra position unknown, press OK to start search mode and cancel this operation with the button. 17. Change to the main menu with , use the button to change to the HDP antenna set-up" menu element, and conrm. Use the button to change to the Reset/park with menu element, change the selection to "Reset" with the buttons and conrm with. After the antenna has been reset, you can button. return to the normal TV picture with the
View after installation +15 View after installation in the middle (standard) View after installation -15
Dismantling for servicing
If repairs to the system or individual components are necessary, contact your specialist dealer or our service centre (see below for address). Never open the turntable yourself!
The cables may not be cut! Disconnect the power, coaxial and data cables from the UFD 170 Remove the sealing gasket from the roof duct (Fig. E) The cables laid inside the vehicle can remain there Unscrew the six M6 screws securing the turntable on the mounting plate Place the turntable on the prepared support beams with the three 3.5 m long cable harnesses Carefully pull the three connecting cables out of the roof duct To ship the turntable, use the original packaging which you have saved Seal the opening in the vehicle roof appropriately to protect against penetrating moisture
Before replacing the UFD 170 receiver, the turntable should rst be moved to park position.
Address of the service centre ESC Electronic Service Chiemgau GmbH Bahnhofstrasse Grassau, Germany Phone: Fax: Internet: E-mail: +9545-0 +9545-35 and -36 http://www.esc-kathrein.de firstname.lastname@example.org
Supply voltage Ignition signal Standby current ENGINE ON current Transient start-up current Azimuth rotation range Elevation rotation range Search time for rst satellite Search time for additional satellites LSM start-up time 10.913.8 V 1224 V 20 mA 5.8 A 12 A (typ.) 10120 s (typ.) 230 s 215 s 33
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