Motorola DRC450 Remote Control
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UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL
Press AUDIO, VCR/DVD, CABLE, or TV once to control a device. Press POWER once to turn on or off the selected home entertainment device. Press HELP once to display the help screen. Press MUTE once to turn sound off or on. Use PAGE L (or PAGE M) to page up (or down) through menu screens and the electronic program guide. Use LOCK** to restrict viewing of selected programs (Parental Control). Use EXIT to exit menu or guide. Use INFO to display current channel and program information.
Press TV/VCR BYPASS once to switch VCR to view TV or tape (not supported by all applications). Use ENTER/MUSIC to display menu of digital music channels, or to enter channels on some TV models. In the VCR/DVD and TV modes, use the STOP, PAUSE, PLAY, REW., and F.FWD. keys to control a VCR (or DVD player). To record a program on a VCR, press RECORD once. In the CABLE mode, press DAY> (or <DAY) once to move the electronic program guide ahead (or back) 24 hours.
**NOTE: Functionality of the LOCK and OK keys are dependent on the software and the model of Motorola interactive digital terminal.
PROGRAMMING A SPECIFIC DEVICE CONTROL
The DRC450 is preprogrammed at the factory to operate a RCA TV and VCR (or DVD player), a Motorola (General Instrument) interactive digital terminal, and a Pioneer audio device. To control devices other than the default brands, perform the following steps; otherwise skip this section:
NOTE: For programming TV/VCR Combo control, see the next section.
SEARCHING FOR YOUR CODE
If your home entertainement device does not respond to the DRC450 after trying all of the codes listed for your brand, or if your brand is not listed at all, try searching for your code. For example, after trying all of the codes for your TV, you still cannot get the DRC450 to operate your TV, then: 1. Turn on your TV. On the DRC450, press and hold TV (at least 6 seconds) until you see the programming mode start. Each of the mode key lights will turn off and on sequentially, starting with AUDIO on through TV, and the sequence will repeat twice. During this time, release TV and wait until its lit continuously. Press the (Up) cursor key once to start the search mode.
NOTE: In the search mode, the DRC450 will send IR codes from its library to the selected component, starting with the most popular codes first. When the device responds to a subsequent key command (e.g., POWER), the correct device code will be found.
Repeat steps 1 through 6 for each device you want to control.
On the DRC450, press and hold TV (at least 6 seconds) until you see the mode light sequence start. Each of the mode key lights will turn off and on sequentially, starting with AUDIO on through TV, and will repeat twice. During the sequence, release the TV key and wait until it stays lit continually. Press 9 - 9 - 0. The TV key will blink three times. To view the code for the first digit, press and release 1. Count the number of TV key blinks (e.g., 3 blinks = 3) and write down the number in the leftmost TV code box in step 6 of Programming Device Control.
NOTE: The mode key will not blink if the code digit is a 0.
Fold To Change The Volume Lock Setting To Another Mode:
1. On the DRC450, press and hold a mode key (i.e., AUDIO, VCR/DVD, CABLE, or TV) for at least 6 seconds, until you see the programming mode start. Each mode key light will turn off and on sequentially, starting with AUDIO on through TV, and the sequence will repeat twice. At this time, release the mode key and wait until its lit continuously. Press and release VOLUME +. The mode keys light will blink three times, indicating volume has been locked to the selected mode. Now, whenever you press VOLUME +, VOLUME -, or MUTE on the DRC450, volume will be controlled by selected mode, independent of the current mode. 3. 4. 2. 3. 4. 5. Repeat step 4 three more times for each successive digit by pressing and releasing 2, 3, and then 4. Finish writing down the TV code in the remaining TV code boxes. To check for the codes of your other devices, repeat steps 1 through 5, only substitute the appropriate mode key (i.e., VCR/DVD, CABLE, or AUDIO) for the device you are checking.Write down the codes in the appropriate device code boxes (see step 6 of Programming Device Control).
Turn on a device (e.g.,VCR) and, if applicable, insert media, (e.g., cassette or disc).
NOTE: Please read steps 2-4 completely before proceeding. Highlight or write down the codes and device you wish to program before moving on to step 2.
PROGRAMMING TV/VCR COMBO CONTROL
1. Turn on the TV/VCR Combo and insert a video cassette.
MADE IN INDONESIA
Use these keys to move the cursor in the electronic program guide and menu screens. Use OK**to chose menu options, PPV events, and to tune programs from the electronic program guide. Use GUIDE to display the electronic program guide. Use MENU to display the main menu. In TV or CABLE mode, use VOLUME + (or VOLUME -) to raise (or lower) sound volume. Use CHANNEL + (or CHANNEL -) to select the next higher (or lower) channel. Use LAST to recall last channel or go back one screen in the menu. In the CABLE mode, press FAVORITE once to display programmed favorite cable channels. These functions are set by your cable system operator. Use the keypad (0 ~ 9) to directly select the channels (e.g., 09 or 031).
On the DRC450, press and hold a mode key (i.e., AUDIO, VCR/DVD, CABLE, or TV) for at least 6 seconds, until you see the programming mode start. Each mode key light will turn off and on sequentially, starting with AUDIO on through TV, and the sequence will repeat twice. At this time, release the mode key and wait until its lit continuously. Locate the code for your device in Manufacturers Codes on the back of this user guide. Brands are listed in alphabetical order with the most popular codes listed first. Enter the first four-digit code for your device. If you perform this procedure correctly, the selected mode key will blink three times.
NOTE: If you enter an invalid code, the selected mode key will turn off. Repeat steps 2 through 4 with a valid code.
On the DRC450, press and hold a VCR/DVD for at least 6 seconds, until you see the programming mode start. Each mode key light will turn off and on sequentially, starting with AUDIO on through TV, and the sequence will repeat twice. At this time, release VCR/DVD and wait until its lit continuously. Locate the code for your device in Setup Codes For TV/VCR Combos on the back. Brands are listed in alphabetical order with the most popular codes listed first. Enter the first four-digit code for your device. If you perform this procedure correctly, VCR/DVD will blink three times.
NOTE: If you enter an invalid code, VCR/DVD will turn off. Repeat steps 2 through 4 with a valid code.
To Unlock Volume Lock:
1. On the DRC450, press and hold a mode key (at least 6 seconds) until you see the programming mode start. Each mode key light will turn off and on sequentially, starting with AUDIO on through TV, and the sequence will repeat twice. During this time, release the mode key and wait until its lit continuously. Press and release VOLUME -. The mode key light will blink three times, indicating volume has been unlocked for the selected mode. Now, whenever you press VOLUME +, VOLUME -, or MUTE on the DRC450, the volume controls will reset to their original device.
Press POWER once. The TV key will light on and off, showing that an IR code has been sent. If your television does not turn off, press the (Up) cursor key once again to call up the next IR code and press POWER once again. If your television still does not turn off, repeat step 5 as many times as needed until your TV turns off. When your television does turn off, a working code has been found. Press OK once to save the code and the TV key will blink three times, confirming the selection. To search for the codes of your other devices, repeat steps 1 through 7, but substitute the appropriate mode key (i.e., VCR/DVD, CABLE, or AUDIO) for the device you are searching for.
The Motorola DRC450 universal remote will control up to four devices, including Motorola's interactive digital terminals*, most TVs,VCRs,Amplifiers, DVD players, PVRs, Tuners, and CD players.
*NOTE: Digital models include the DCT1000, DCT1200, DCT1700, DCT2000, DCT2500, and DCT5100. The DRC450 can also control older Motorola analog models like the CT1900, CFT2100, CFT2200, and CFT3300.
CHANGING VOLUME LOCK
Your new DRC450 is set to control the volume of a device through its associated mode (i.e., through the Motorola interactive digital terminal in the Cable mode, through the TV in the TV mode, through the VCR or DVD player in the VCR/DVD mode, and through the audio device in the Audio mode). If your TV is not remote controllable, or if you would like the volume to be controlled by a different device, you can change the Volume Lock setting to control a volume through a non-associated mode (e.g., through the Motorola interactive digital terminal in the TV mode). Changing the Volume Lock setting to the Cable,VCR/DVD, or TV mode will change the volume control for all modes except Audio, which will continue to control its own volume. If you change the Volume Lock setting to the Audio mode, all modes (i.e.,Audio., Cable, VCR/DVD, and TV) will be controlled by the Audio mode. 4.
5. 1. 2. On the DRC450s back, pull back the battery cover and remove it. Use the two (2) supplied fullycharged AA alkaline batteries. Match their + and - marks to the + and - marks in the battery case, then insert the batteries. Push the battery cover back into place. Test the unit by pressing POWER and any mode key (e.g., AUDIO, VCR/DVD, CABLE, or TV). If the batteries are inserted correctly, the selected mode key will be lit. 6.
The DRC450 requires two new AA alkaline batteries (included) and has easy programming to control your Motorola interactive digital terminal, as well as all of the basic functions of your other original remote controls. Moreover, the DRC450 helps eliminate the need to use multiple remote controls. For best results, please read and perform all instructions listed herein.Also, keep these instructions for future reference.
Aim the DRC450 at your device and press POWER once. The device should turn off. If it does not respond, repeat steps 2-4, trying each code listed for your brand until you find one that works. If it still does not work, try Searching For Your Code.
NOTE: If the device does not have a POWER key, press the (Play) key.
Aim the DRC450 at the TV/VCR combo and press POWER once. The device should turn off. If it does not respond, repeat steps 2-4, trying each code listed for your brand until you find one that works. If it still does not work, try Searching For Your Code.
NOTE: If the device does not have a POWER key, press the (Play) key. NOTE: If youve located a TV/VCR code that works, but it has a separate TV code, youll also need to program it into DRC450 to access volume control. Perform the steps in Programming Device Control and use TV for the mode key (e.g., press and hold TV).
PROBLEM: A mode key does not blink or blinks 2 times when you press a key.
SOLUTION: Replace the batteries with two (2) new AA alkaline batteries. PROBLEM: A mode key blinks when you press a key, but home entertainment component does not respond.
For future reference, write your device code in the appropriate boxes below: AUDIO Code: 6. Device Type:______________ VCR/DVD Code:
CHECKING THE CODES
If you have set up the DRC450 using the Searching For Your Code procedure, you may need to find out which four-digit code is operating your equipment. Perform the following procedure after you have set up your devices to find out which four-digit code is operating your equipment. For example, to find out which code is operating your TV: 1. Turn on your TV.
FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS
Use the DRC450 mode keys (i.e., AUDIO, VCR/DVD, CABLE, or TV) to control a specific device.When pressed, the selected mode key will light, confirming your choice. Use the other keys to perform desired actions (see the following key chart).
NOTE: The selected mode will remain active until you press another mode key.
NOTE: When a selected mode key blinks two times with each key press, this indicates that the batteries are getting low. Replace them within 20 minutes; otherwise the DRC450 may lose its settings and require reprogramming.
For future reference, write your device codes in the boxes below: TV/VCR Combo Code:
SOLUTION: Make sure the DRC450 is aimed at your home entertainment device and is not farther than 15 feet away.
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TV Code (if used):
PROBLEM: DRC450 does not control home entertainment devices or commands are not working properly.
SOLUTION: Try all listed codes for the device brands being set up. Make sure they can be operated with an infrared remote control. PROBLEM: TV/VCR combo does not respond properly.
Carver Casio Clarinette Curtis Mathes Denon Emerson Fisher Garrard Harman/Kardon Hewlett Packard JBL JVC Kenwood Koss LXI Linn Lloyds MCS Magnavox Marantz Modulaire Motorola Musicmagic Nakamichi Onkyo Optimus Panasonic Penney Philips Pioneer Polk Audio Proscan Quasar RCA Realistic Sansui Sanyo Sharp Sherwood Sony Soundesign Stereophonics Sunfire Teac Technics Thorens Victor Wards Yamaha Yorx Zenith
SOLUTION: Use the VCR codes for your brand. Some combo units may require both a TV code and a VCR code for full operation. PROBLEM: CHANNEL+ , CHANNEL- , and LAST do not work for your RCA TV.
SOLUTION: Due to RCA design (19831987), only the original remote control will operate these functions. PROBLEM: Changing channels does not work properly.
SOLUTION: If original remote control required pressing Enter to change channels, press ENTER on the DRC450 after entering the channel number.
Setup Codes For Audio Amplifiers
Aiwa Carver Curtis Mathes Denon GE Harman/Kardon JVC Left Coast Linn Magnavox Marantz Nakamichi Optimus Panasonic Philips Pioneer Polk Audio RCA Realistic Sansui Sony Soundesign Technics Victor Wards Yamaha 0892, 0321, 0395, 0892, 0269 0013, 0300 0892, 0689, 0078, 0013 0354
1089, 1189, 0042, 0189, 1104, 1160, 0042, 0360 0424, 0463 0110, 0189, 1313, 1027, 1570, 1569, 0027, 0042, 1089, 1189, 0189, 0195, 0391, 0531 1089, 1189, 0039, 1023, 0042, 0080, 0181, 0186, 0531, 0670, 0738, 0801 1518, 0039, 0309, 1089, 1189, 1269, 0189, 0391, 1120 1023, 0014, 0080, 0150, 0244, 0531, 1023, 1254, 0080, 0360, 0531 0181, 0195 1089, 0186 0491, 0502 1058, 1258, 1158, 0158, 0463 1308, 1309, 1518, 0039, 0074 0014, 0080, 0158, 0189 0176, 0186, 0857
MCS MTC Magnavox Marantz Miro Mission NSM Nikko Onkyo Optimus Panasonic Parasound Philips Pioneer Polk Audio Proton QED Quasar RCA Realistic Rotel SAE Sansui Sanyo Scott Sears Sharp Sherwood Sonic Frontiers Sony Soundesign Tascam Teac Technics Victor Wards Yamaha Yorx
0157, 0305 0626, 0029, 0157, 0174 0868, 0101 1063, 0000, 0032, 0037, 0145, 0179, 0305, 0420, 0437, 0468 0029, 0626, 0157 1063, 1062, 0032, 0305, 0029 1062, 0032, 0053, 0179, 0305, 0468, 0764 0179, 0180, 0420 0157, 0157, 0861, 0037, 0180 1067, 0490, 0000, 0420 0174, 0180, 0393, 0420 0029, 0157, 0053 0888, 0036, 0187 0461
Setup Codes For TVs
A-Mark AOC Abex Admiral Adventura Aiko Aiwa Akai Alaron Ambassador America Action Ampro Anam Anam National Archer Audiovox Baysonic Belcor Bell & Howell Bradford Brockwood Broksonic CCE CXC Candle Carnivale Carver Celebrity Cineral Citizen Clairtone Concerto Contec Craig Crosley Crown Curtis Mathes Daewoo Daytron Denon Dumont Dwin Electroband Electrohome Emerson Envision Fisher Fujitsu Funai Futuretech GE Gibralter GoldStar Gradiente Grunpy Hallmark Harley Davidson Harman/Kardon Harvard Havermy Hitachi Infinity Inteq JBL JCB JVC Janeil KEC KTV Kaypani Kenwood Kloss Konka LG LXI Logik Luxman MEI 0003 0030, 0019, 0003, 0052, 0093, 0451, 0180, 0003, 0092, 0019 0154, 0019 0236, 0463, 0180 0030, 0056, 0046, 0451, 0092 0060, 0030, 0056, 0039, 0046, 0092, 0186, 0056 0180, 0157, 0054 0180, 0039 0047, 0054, 0154, 0051, 0451, 0093, 0060, 0030, 0145, 0056, 0016, 0039, 0166, 0466, 0747, 1147, 1347 0451, 0019, 0039, 0092, 0623, 0145 0017, 0019 0720, 0774 0000, 0154, 0236, 0463, 0180, 0282, 0178, 0019, 0179, 0039, 0038, 0177, 0185, 0280, 0623, 0154, 0159 0179, 0683 0180, 0179, 0047, 0051, 0451, 0093, 0282, 0178, 0021, 0055, 0027, 0135, 0747, 1147, 1347 0017, 0030, 0019 0030, 0178, 0019, 0056, 0001, 0032 0053, 0056 0180, 0145, 0056, 0016, 0032, 0038, 0180, 0030, 0039, 0185, 0217, 0030, 0019 0024, 0046 0628, 0632, 0638, 0703, 0047, 0054, 0154, 0156, 0178, 0056 0185
MGA MTC Magnavox Majestic Marantz Matsushita Megatron Memorex Midland Minutz Mitsubishi Motorola Multitech NAD NEC NTC Nikko Noshi Onwa Optimus Optonica Orion Panasonic Penney Philco Philips Pilot Pioneer Portland Princeton Prism Proscan Proton Pulsar Quasar RCA RadioShack Realistic Rhapsody Runco SSS Sampo Samsung Samsux Sansei Sansui Sanyo Scimitsu Scotch Scott Sears Semivox Semp Sharp Shogun Signature Simpson Sony Soundesign Spectricon Squareview Starlite Supre-Macy Supreme Sylvania Symphonic TMK TNCi Tandy Tatung Technics Technol Ace Techwood Teknika Telefunken Toshiba
Setup Codes For DVD Players
Aiwa Apex Blue Parade Denon Emerson Enterprise Fisher GE Go Video Gradiente Greenhill Harman/Kardon Hitachi Hiteker JVC Kenwood Konka Magnavox Marantz Microsoft Mitsubishi NAD Onkyo Oritron Panasonic Philips Pioneer Princeton Proscan RCA Samsung Sanyo Sharp Sherwood Sony Technics Techwood Theta Digital Toshiba Urban Concepts Yamaha Zenith 0641 0672, 0490, 0522, 0582 0573, 0558, 0623 0534, 0682 0711, 0719, 0720, 0721 0503, 0704 0503, 0490, 0632, 0677 0503, 0539 0525, 0571, 0522 0522, 0571, 0503 0490, 0545 0503, 0591
Setup Codes For Cable Converters (Interactive Digital Terminals)
Director General Instrument Jerrold Motorola Supercable 0476, 0276 0476, 0276 0276
Setup Codes For CD Players
Aiwa Burmester California Audio Labs Carver DKK DMX Electronics Denon Emerson Fisher Garrard Genexxa Harman/Kardon Hitachi JVC Kenwood Krell LXI Linn 0157, 0029, 0303 0157, 0179, 0157 0873, 0174, 0179 0393, 0420 0032, 0305 0157, 0072 0681, 0826, 0626, 0028, 0037, 0305 0157
Setup Codes For Audio Receivers
ADC Aiwa Audiotronic Bose Capetronic 0531 1089, 1405, 0121, 0158, 0189, 1229 0531
0150, 0030, 0178, 0019 0060, 0030, 0019, 0056, 0185 0054, 0030, 0179, 0020, 0024, 0096, 0186, 0187, 0386, 0054, 0178, 0145, 0003 0154, 0250, 0463, 0150, 0178, 0179, 0056, 0016 0047, 0017, 0051, 0039, 0032, 0135, 0093, 0150, 0178, 0019 0093, 0055 0180, 0217 0156, 0178, 0166 0030, 0019, 0056, 0030, 0178, 0180 0154, 0250, 0166 0093, 0165 0236, 0463, 0179 0250, 0051, 0055 0047, 0156, 0051, 0060, 0030, 0178, 0021, 0019, 0018, 0056, 0039, 0003, 0027, 0032, 0135, 0747, 1347 0054, 0463, 0030, 0145, 0019, 0020, 0030, 0019, 0039 0038, 0166, 0679 0019, 0039, 0051 0047, 0747 0178, 0003, 0052, 0466 0017, 0019 0250, 0051, 0165, 0055 0047, 0051, 0093, 0019, 0018, 0038, 0090, 0135, 0679, 0747, 1047, 1147, 1247, 1347, 1447 0047, 0154, 0165, 0180, 0030, 0178, 0019, 0056, 0039, 0032, 0747 0154, 0165, 0180, 0030, 0178, 0019, 0056, 0039, 0017, 0030, 0497, 0603 0180, 0019 0030, 0039, 0032, 0052 0060, 0030, 0178, 0019, 0056, 0154, 0146, 0178 0236, 0180, 0178, 0019, 0179 0047, 0054, 0154, 0156, 0178, 0179, 0056, 0146, 0159, 0171, 0156 0093, 0165, 0039, 0157, 0386, 0016 0186, 0187 0000, 0080, 0111 0180, 0178, 0179, 0054, 0030, 0020, 0096, 0381 0180, 0171 0178, 0056, 0093 0055, 0003 0250, 0051, 0056, 0003 0054, 0180, 0150, 0060, 0019, 0179, 0056, 0016, 0039, 0092, 0154, 0156, 0060, 1256
Tosonic Totevision Trical Universal Vector Research Victor Vidikron Vidtech Viking Wards
0054 0178, 0054, 0165, 0030, 0178, 0021, 0019, 0179, 0056, 0016, 0020, 0027, 0080, 0096, 0111 Waycon 0156 White Westinghouse 0463, 0623, 0624 Yamaha 0030, 0019 Zenith 0017, 0463, 0016, 0092, 0624 Zonda 0003
Cineral Citizen Colt Craig Curtis Mathes Cybernex Daewoo Denon Dynatech Electrohome Electrophonic Emerex Emerson
Setup Codes for TV/VCR Combos:
Broksonic Citizen Colt Curtis Mathes Daewoo Emerson 0002, 0479 (for TV use 0463) 0035 (for TV use 0051) 0278 (for TV use 0624) 0002, 0278 (for TV use 0624), 0479 (for TV use 0463) Funai 0000 GE 0035 (for TV use 0051), 0240, 0048 (for TV use 0093), 0060 (for TV use 0047) GoldStar 0037 (for TV use 0056) Harley Davidson 0000 Hitachi 0000 JVC 0067 Lloyds 0000 Magnasonic 0278 Magnavox 0000, 0081 (for TV use 0054) Magnin 0240 Memorex 0037, 0162 (for TV use 0250), 0454, 1037, 1162, 1262 MGA 0240 Mitsubishi 0048 (for TV use 0093) Optimus 0162 (for TV use 0250), 0454, 1162, 1262 Orion 0002, 0479 (for TV use 0463) Panasonic 0035 (for TV use 0051), 0162 (for TV use 0250), 1162, 1262, 1362 Penney 0035 (for TV use 0051), 0037 (for TV use 0056), 0240 Quasar 0035 (for TV use 0051), 0162 (for TV use 0250) RadioShack 1037 RCA 0035 (for TV use 0051), 0048 (for TV use 0093), 0060 (for TV use 0047), 0240 Sansui 0000, 0479 (for TV use 0463) Sanyo 0240 Sears 0000, 0037 (for TV use 0056) Sharp 0048 (for TV use 0093) Sony 0000, 0032 (for TV use 0000) Sylvania 0081 (for TV use 0054) Symphonic 0000 Thomas 0000 White Westinghouse 0278 (for TV use 0624) Zenith 0000, 0479 (for TV use 0463)
Setup Codes For VCRs (and PVRs)
Admiral Adventura Aiko Aiwa Akai America Action American High Asha Audiovox Beaumark Bell & Howell Broksonic CCE Calix Canon Carver 0048, 0278 0037, 0184, 0121, 0209, 0002, 0479 0072, 0035 0081
0278 0037, 0037, 0047, 0240, 0072 0060, 0035, 0162, 0041, 0045, 0037, 0184, 0000, 0121, 0043, 0209, 0002, 0278, 0479 Fisher 0047, 0104 Fuji 0035, 0033 Funai 0000 GE 0060, 0035, 0048, 0240, 0760 Garrard 0000 Go Video 0432 GoldStar 0037, 0038 Gradiente 0000 HI-Q 0047 Harley Davidson 0000 Harman/Kardon 0081, 0038 Harwood 0072 Hitachi 0000, 0042, 0041 Hughes Network Sys. 0042 JVC 0067, 0041 Jensen 0041 KEC 0037, 0278 KLH 0072 Kenwood 0067, 0041, 0038 Kodak 0035, 0037 LXI 0037 Lloyds 0000 Logik 0072 MEI 0035 MGA 0240, 0043 MGN Technology 0240 MTC 0240, 0000 Magnasonic 0278 Magnavox 0035, 0039, 0081, 0000, 0149, 0563 Magnin 0240 Marantz 0035, 0081 Marta 0037 Matsushita 0035, 0162, 0454 Memorex 0035, 0162, 0037, 0048, 0039, 0047, 0240, 0000, 0104, 0209, 0454, 0479, 1037, 1162, 1262 Minolta 0042 Mitsubishi 0048, 0067, 0043 Motorola 0035, 0048 Multitech 0000, 0072 NEC 0104, 0067, 0041, 0038 Nikko 0037 Noblex 0240 Olympus 0035 Optimus 1062, 0162, 0037, 0048, 0104, 0432, 0454, 1048, 1162, 1262 Orion 0184, 0209, 0002, 0479 Panasonic 1062, 0035, 0162, 0225, 0454, 0616, 1162, 1262, 1362 Penney 0035, 0037, 0240, 0042, 0038 Pentax 0042 Philco 0035, 0209, 0479 Philips 0035, 0081, 0618, 1081, 1181 Pilot 0037 Pioneer 0067 Polk Audio 0081 Profitronic 0240 Proscan 0060, 0760 Protec 0072 Pulsar 0039 Quasar 0035, 0162, 0454, 1162 RCA 0060, 0035, 0048, 0240, 0042, 0149, 0760 RadioShack 0000, 1037 Radix 0037 Randex 0037 Realistic 0035, 0037, 0048, 0047, 0000, 0104 ReplayTV 0614, 0616 Runco 0039 STS 0042 Samsung 0240, 0045 Sanky 0048, 0039 Sansui 0000, 0067, 0209, 0041, 0479
Sanyo Scott Sears Semp Sharp Shintom Shogun Singer Sony Sylvania Symphonic TMK Tatung Teac Technics Teknika Thomas Tivo Toshiba Totevision Unitech Vector Vector Research Video Concepts Videomagic Videosonic Villain Wards 0047, 0240, 0104 0184, 0045, 0121, 0043 0035, 0037, 0047, 0000, 0042, 0035, 0032, 0000, 0033, 0636, 1032 0035, 0081, 0000, 0000, 0041 0035, 0162 0035, 0037, 0618, 0636 0045, 0043 0037, 0060, 0035, 0048, 0047, 0081, 0240, 0000, 0042, 0072, 0149, 0760 White Westinghouse 0209, 0072, 0278 XR-1000 0035, 0000, 0072 Yamaha 0038 Zenith 0039, 0000, 0209, 0033, 0479
The Motorola DRC450 does not have any user serviceable parts. Opening the case, except for the battery cover, may cause permanent damage to your Motorola remote control. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in any retrieval system, or translated to any language, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical, manual, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Motorola. MOTOROLA and the stylized M logo are registered trademarks in the US Patent and Trademark Office.All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. Copyright Motorola, Inc., 2002. M496116-001 8/02
Installation Manual DCT700
Digital Consumer Terminal
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Repairs: If repair is necessary, call the Motorola Repair Facility at 1-800-227-0450 for a Return for Service Authorization (RSA) number before sending the unit. The RSA number must be prominently displayed on all equipment cartons. Pack the unit securely; enclose a note describing the exact problem, and a copy of the invoice that verifies the warranty status. Ship the unit PRE-PAID to the following address: Motorola, Inc. Attn: RSA #___________ c/o Rudolph Miles and Sons 2500 Courage Boulevard Brownsville, TX 78521
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Standard Features..... 1-2 Standard Interfaces..... 1-2 Using This Manual..... 1-2 Related Documentation...... 1-2 Document Conventions...... 1-3 If You Need Help..... 1-3 Calling for Repairs..... 1-3
Remote Control...... 2-2 Installing Batteries in the Remote Control.... 2-4
Before You Begin...... 3-1 Installing the DCT700..... 3-1 Standard Cabling Diagram...... 3-2 Standard VCR Cabling Diagram..... 3-3 Composite Baseband Cabling Diagrams.... 3-4 Stereo Cabling Diagrams (Baseband).... 3-6 Operational Check..... 3-8 Selecting the OOB Frequency..... 3-8 Set-top Cold Initialization..... 3-9
DCT700 Installation Manual
Using Diagnostics..... B-2 d 01: General Status...... B-3 Error Codes..... B-5 d 02: Out-of-Band (OOB) Status..... B-6 Selecting the OOB Frequency..... B-7 d 03: In-band Status...... B-8 d 04: Audio/Video Status..... B-9 d 05: Unit Address...... B-10 d 06: Firmware Version..... B-11 d 07: Current Channel Status..... B-11 d 08: Renewable Security..... B-14 d 09: Upstream Modem (STARVUE II Diagnostics).... B-15 d 10: Application (APP) Code Modules.... B-15 d 11: Memory Status..... B-16 d 12: Interactive Info..... B-17 d 13: MAC Frequency Table..... B-18 d 14: Control Channels..... B-18 d 15: Message Types..... B-19 d 16: In-Band Program Association Table (PAT)..... B-19 d 17 In-Band Program Map Table (PMT).... B-19 d 18: Task Status...... B-19 d 19: USB Diagnostics..... B-20 d 20 In-Band Multicast Address Filter.... B-20 d 21: Keyboard / LED Diagnostics..... B-20
Abbreviations and Acronyms
Figure 1-1 DCT700 set-top front and rear views.... 1-1 Figure 2-1 Front panel..... 2-1 Figure 2-2 Rear panel..... 2-1 Figure 2-3 Motorola DRC450 Universal Remote Control... 2-2 Figure 2-4 Back view of DRC450 remote control.... 2-4 Figure 3-1 Connecting the DCT700 to a TV using RF connectors... 3-2 Figure 3-2 Standard VCR cabling..... 3-3 Figure 3-3 Standard baseband cabling.... 3-4 Figure 3-4 Baseband audio and video connections to a VCR and TV.... 3-5 Figure 3-5 Audio on the VCR..... 3-6 Figure 3-6 Audio on VCR/Audio output on TV..... 3-7
Table 2-1 Rear panel features.... 2-1 Table 2-2 DRC450 remote control keys.... 2-3 Table 3-1 Operational check procedures.... 3-8 Table 4-1 Troubleshooting guidelines..... 4-1
The Motorola DCT700 is an interactive digital consumer terminal that enables cable operators to cost-effectively deploy an all-digital network. The DCT700: ! ! ! ! Supports services such as an electronic program guide (EPG), impulse pay-per view (IPPV), and video on demand (VOD) Is compatible with existing Motorola analog and digital set-top products Is compatible with MediaCipher conditional access technology Provides a real-time return path
The DCT700 requires a remote control to operate (remote control sold separately).
Figure 1-1 DCT700 set-top front and rear views
TO TV/VCR L
R RF IN AUDIO VIDEO
! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! MPEG-2 digital video processor ATSC standard Dolby Digital (AC-3) audio processor ITU standard 64/256 QAM FEC enhanced adaptive equalizer On-board real-time RF return (256 Kbps) Bitmapped graphics display (4/8-bit) 88.75 to 858 MHz tuner DES based encryption/DCII access control Digital diagnostics Frequency agile 2.048 Mbps out-of-band data receiver Macrovision copy protection IR support for remote control
! ! RF remod output (ch. 3, 4) Baseband video and audio Outputs
Using This Manual
This manual provides instructions to install and configure a DCT700:
Section 1 Section 2 Introduction provides a product description, a list of related documentation, the technical helpline telephone number, and the repair/return procedure. Overview describes the DCT700 and provides an overview of its use. This section also identifies the front-panel displays and switches and describes the rear-panel features. Installation provides instructions on how to install the DCT700 in a subscriber location and perform operational tests. Troubleshooting provides guidelines for troubleshooting the equipment. Specifications provide the technical specifications for the DCT700. Diagnostics provide instructions on accessing and interpreting the built-in diagnostics. The Abbreviations and Acronyms list contains the full spelling of the short forms used in this manual.
Section 3 Section 4 Appendix A Appendix B Abbreviations and Acronyms
Although the DCT700 User Guide may be useful, it is not necessary to install or operate the DCT700 if you have this manual.
Before you begin working with this manual and using the DCT700, familiarize yourself with the stylistic conventions used in this manual:
Denotes silk screening on the equipment, typically representing front- and rear-panel controls, input/output (I/O) connections, and LEDs Indicates that several versions of the same model number exist and the information applies to all models; when the information applies to a specific model, the complete model number is given Used for emphasis Displayed text
Italic type Courier font
If You Need Help
If you need assistance while working with the DCT700, contact the Motorola Technical Response Center (TRC): ! ! ! Inside the U.S.: 1-888-944-HELP (1-888-944-4357) Outside the U.S.: 215-323-0044 Online: http://broadband.motorola.com/noflash/websupport.html.
The TRC is open from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM Eastern Time, Monday through Friday and 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM Eastern Time, Saturday. When the TRC is closed, emergency service only is available on a call-back basis. Web Support offers a searchable solutions database, technical documentation, and low priority issue creation/tracking 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Calling for Repairs
If repair is necessary, call the Motorola Repair Facility at 1-800-227-0450 for a Return for Service Authorization (RSA) number before sending the unit. The RSA number must be prominently displayed on all equipment cartons. The Repair Facility is open from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Central Time, Monday through Friday. When calling from outside the United States, use the appropriate international access code and then call 956-541-0600 to contact the Repair Facility. When shipping equipment for repair, follow these steps:
Pack the unit securely. Enclose a note describing the exact problem. Complete and enclose the checklist provided with the unit. Enclose a copy of the invoice that verifies the warranty status.
Ship the unit PREPAID to the following address: Motorola, Inc. Broadband Communications Sector Attn: RSA #___________ c/o Rudolph Miles and Sons 2500 Courage Boulevard Brownsville, TX 78521
Installing Batteries in the Remote Control
Before using the remote control, you must install two AA (1.5 V) alkaline batteries. Figure 2-4 illustrates battery access on the back of the remote control. To install batteries in a DRC450:
Press and slide the battery compartment cover off. Place the batteries in the compartment; be careful to observe the correct polarity. Slide the battery compartment cover back into place.
Battery installation will vary with each style of remote control. Refer to the instructions included with your remote control for installing batteries.
Figure 2-4 Back view of DRC450 remote control
NOTE! Use and dispose of batteries in accordance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations. Motorola will not be liable to anyone for the user's failure to use and/or dispose of batteries in the proper manner and in accordance with such laws, rules and regulations, or for any defect contained in batteries that may cause injury damage to persons or property.
This section provides instructions for installing and cabling the DCT700. To complete the installation, you must: ! ! ! ! Connect the cables Supply power to equipment Download configuration information and software Run operational check and diagnostics
This section also includes the procedure for performing a cold initialization of the DCT700.
Before You Begin
Before you begin, review the installation instructions, gather the required items, and complete the tasks listed below: ! ! ! Verify that you have 75-ohm coaxial cables with F-type connectors and RCA baseband phono-type cables. Determine if you are connecting the set-top to a standard TV or a composite (baseband) monitor. Place the set-top on a smooth, flat surface and remove any obstructions that could interfere with the free flow of air over, under, or around it. Advise the subscriber not to place anything on top of the unit.
Installing the DCT700
To install the DCT700:
Determine if you are connecting the set-top to a conventional TV or to a monitor. To install the video connection: ! ! For a conventional TV, use a 75-ohm coaxial cable with F-type connectors. For a monitor, use an RCA phono cable to connect the VIDEO connector to the monitor.
Locate the cabling diagram that matches the subscribers configuration requirement. Connect the cables as illustrated in the diagram. Perform the basic operational check in this section after the set-top is installed.
Standard Cabling Diagram
The DCT700 outputs on either channel 3 or 4 depending on the configuration message from the addressable controller.
Figure 3-1 Connecting the DCT700 to a TV using RF connectors
From cable outlet DCT700
TO TV/VCR L +12V DC
AUDIO IN L CABLE IN AUDIO OUT R VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT S-VIDEO IN S-VIDEO OUT
The remodulated channel, 3 or 4, does not carry stereo for digital channels. To receive stereo, connect the DCT700 using RCA baseband connectors. These connections are illustrated later in this section.
Standard VCR Cabling Diagram
Figure 3-2 illustrates cabling using an RF connector that enables the subscriber to record the channel being viewed:
Figure 3-2 Standard VCR cabling
AUDIO IN CABLE IN AUDIO OUT CABLE OUT L R VIDEO IN S-VIDEO IN
AUDIO IN R CABLE IN AUDIO OUT L VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT S-VIDEO IN S-VIDEO OUT
Composite Baseband Cabling Diagrams
Connecting the DCT700 using the baseband RCA type outputs enables the subscriber to experience stereo and Dolby Surround sound when available on digital channels. Figure 3-3 illustrates the standard baseband audio and video outputs of the DCT700:
Figure 3-3 Standard baseband cabling
AUDIO IN CABLE IN L R AUDIO OUT VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT S-VIDEO IN S-VIDEO OUT
Figure 3-4 Baseband audio and video connections to a VCR and TV
Stereo Cabling Diagrams (Baseband)
This audio configuration does not provide for a TV playing through the stereo. Figure 3-5 illustrates how to connect the DCT700 to a stereo using the audio connectors on the VCR:
The DCT700 is not receiving a cable signal
Check the cable connections and hand-tighten if necessary. Verify that the cable connections are correct. Verify the TV is working and has a clear picture.
Guide has no data
Unplug the power to the DCT700 and plug in the unit again. Wait for the DCT700 to collect the data.
Input frequency HRC/IRC frequency assignments Number of channels: Average digital input level: 64 QAM 256 QAM Data carrier: Frequency Bandwidth Level Video signal to noise ratio Remod output frequency accuracy Return loss: Input Output Spurious output Remod output level Isolation (input/output) On-screen display (OSD): Screen size Message/barker capacity Operating environment range: Temperature Humidity AC voltage: USA and Canada Mexico Power dissipation Surge protection Size Weight 105 to 125 V, 60 Hz 114 to 140 V, 60 Hz 16 W at 115 V Provided on power supply and RF ports 5.5 x 6.7 x 1.8 inches 0.85 pounds 0 to 40C (32 to 104F) 5 to 95% (non-condensing) 352 x 480 pixels (configuration dependent) Up to 40 pages (configuration dependent) 4 dB minimum 8 dB minimum 57 dBc maximum, in band 10 to 15 dBmV 70 dB minimum 15 dBmV to +15 dBmV 12 dBmV to +15 dBmV QPSK-modulated carrier Agile 1.5 MHz 15 dBmV to +15 dBmV 57 dB minimum for baseband output, unified weighted, 4.2 MHz bandwidth 80 kHz 88.75 to 858 MHz (excluding data carrier frequency) Downloadable 128 carriers per cable; more than one digital channel per carrier, content dependent
This section describes the on-screen diagnostics to confirm proper DCT700 installation, including: ! ! ! ! ! ! Checking error states and signal integrity Identifying the set-top on the network Verifying communications with the headend All indicators are in decimal notation unless otherwise noted. All screens self-refresh at a minimum rate of once every five seconds. All sample displays are illustrative; actual data will differ from the examples.
For the diagnostics provided here:
To access and navigate the diagnostics using the Motorola universal remote control:
Press POWER to turn on the set-top. Wait five seconds and then press POWER again to turn off the set-top. To enable diagnostic mode, press OK within two seconds after powering off. The DIAGNOSTICS main menu is displayed on the OSD: DIAGNOSTICS 01 GENERAL STATUS OOB STATUS IN BAND STATUS AUDIO/VIDEO STATUS UNIT ADDRESS FIRMWARE VERSION CURRENT CHANNEL STATUS RENEWABLE SECURITY UPSTREAM MODEM APP CODE MODULES MEMORY CONFIG INTERACTIVE INFO MAC FREQUENCY TABLE CONTROL CHANNELS MESSAGE TYPES IN BAND PAT IN BAND PMT TASK STATUS USB STATUS IB MCA STATUS KEYBOARD / LED
Use the CHANNEL or cursor keys to select the desired diagnostic. Press cursor <, cursor >, ENTER, or OK to run the selected diagnostic. To exit the diagnostic mode, press POWER on the remote control. The set-top exits the diagnostic mode and powers off.
The complete list of remote control buttons you can use to navigate the diagnostics is: Button
POWER CH/CUR +, CURSOR UP CH/CUR - , CURSOR DOWN CURSOR RIGHT, CURSOR LEFT, OK, ENTER GUIDE MENU INFO
Function using the diagnostics main menu
Exits diagnostic mode and enters OFF state Moves the cursor up Moves the cursor down Runs the selected diagnostic
Function using a diagnostic
Exits diagnostic mode and enters OFF state Displays the DIAGNOSTICS main menu Displays the DIAGNOSTICS main menu Displays the DIAGNOSTICS main menu
None None None
d 01: General Status
This diagnostic displays the error code, a short description of the error, the purchase count, and specific model information: DCT700 STATUS ERROR NO ERROR PURCHASES Platform ID: Family ID Model ID TUNER Remod Channel Time Zone (hhhhhhhh) DS Entry Time 1/1/1999 DS Exit Time 1/1/1999 Current GPS Time 1/1/1999 00:00 GMT 00:00 GMT : 0 : 0x0060 : 0x0000 : 0x008F : tuner type : 3 MMMM min : E 00
The General Status fields are: Field
Error Codes Purchases Platform ID Family ID Model ID Tuner Remod Channel
A sequence of LED flashes communicates errors when they occur. The Error Code field displays the code for the active error when appropriate. Indicates the number of unreported purchases. A 16-bit hexadecimal number used to differentiate between digital platform images in the field. It is also called the ROM ID. A hexadecimal number that indicates the set-top manufacturer and product family. A hexadecimal number that indicates the set-top model. Indicates the tuner type. The Remod Channel can be 3 or 4 (NA systems). The output port configuration displays the configuration of the set-top output or re-modulated (remod) port. The output port/remod port is the interface from the set-top to the subscriber TV. Indicates the time zone offset (in minutes) relative to GMT. Indicates the daylight savings entry time. Indicates the daylight savings exit time. Indicates the current time.
Time Zone DS Entry Time DS Exit Time Current GPS Time
A sequence of LED flashes communicates errors when errors occur. The errors associated flash sequences, causes, and remedies are: Code
E 00 E 01 E 02
None; no error condition exists
Indicates normal condition after initialization The set-top did not receive a connect message Init Error
Not applicable Restore out-of-band signal Send a connect message The set-top needs a power cycle to recover Not used at this time
LED flashes on and off
Repeating series of two MESSAGES LED flashes, separated by a pause Repeating series of three LED flashes, separated by a pause
Repeating series of four MESSAGES LED flashes, separated by a pause Repeating series of seven LED flashes, separated by a pause
Not used at this time
ROM verification failure
Power cycle the set-top; if repetitive, return for repair Return the set-top for repair Return the set-top for repair; requires factory initialization message
Repeating series of eight MESSAGES LED flashes, separated by a pause Repeating series of nine MESSAGES LED flashes, separated by a pause
Faulty RAM, ROM, EEPROM, or POST failure (this is a hardware failure) Dead battery or the memory has not been initialized; occurs if the battery fails to keep the RAM alive during power-down; causes set-top to be disconnected Invalid serial number Invalid unit address
E 10 E 11
POWER LED flashes on and MESSAGES LED remains off
Not used at this time Return the set-top for repair; requires a unit creation message Not used at this time Power cycle the set-top; if repetitive, return for repair Power cycle the set-top; if repetitive, return for repair Power cycle the set-top; if repetitive, return for repair Error logged, ignore Error logged, ignore
POWER LED flashes once; MESSAGES LED flashes once POWER LED flashes once; MESSAGES LED flashes twice POWER LED flashes once; MESSAGES LED flashes three POWER LED flashes once; MESSAGES LED flashes four POWER LED flashes once; MESSAGES LED flashes five POWER LED flashes once; MESSAGES LED flashes six
E 12 E 13 E 14 E 15 E 16 E 17
POST failed Sys_boot initialization failure times System startup failure
times TSI structure is corrupted times Bad flash number specified for Initiate Flash Platform Bad platform validation step number
POWER LED flashes once; MESSAGES LED flashes seven
Only the ALPS TDER1-0001 A appears on the on-screen display.
d 02: Out-of-Band (OOB) Status
This diagnostic indicates the status of the out-of-band control channel. OOB DIAGNOSTIC DATA EMM DATA CARRIER LOCK HUNT MODE CUR FREQ LKC EMM PRVDR ID The OOB Diagnostic fields are: Field
* * YES None
23 dB GOOD 1
The OSD indicates with a * that data has been received. The indicators cover all packet processors regardless of which stream they are monitoring and are cleared when you enter the diagnostic. Indicates whether the set-top is receiving a message on the EMM stream: Blank No data received. Data received. The set-top can receive only 12 PIDs at once. Data on PIDs * can be present on the out-of-band multiplex that the set-top is not receiving. The CARRIER LOCK is reset to 1 after an initialization from the DAC 6000 or a power cycle. Each time the set-top detects a drop in OOB connectivity, the counter increments. The following Carrier Lock variables can display: YES Carrier locked NO Carrier unlocked Indicates the state of OOB stream acquisition. The Hunt Mode can be: None The set-top is locked to an OOB carrier. RR (Round The set-top is searching OOB frequencies trying to find an EMM Provider of Robin) 0 or 1. EMM The set-top received a Provider ID change and is searching OOB frequencies for the new ID. FIX The set-top has been commanded to attempt to lock onto a frequency. SRCH The set-top at some point had a valid Provider ID on the OOB frequency and is attempting to re-acquire it. Indicates the current out-of-band frequency. Indicates the last known carrier (OOB frequency that had correct Provider ID). The ID of the provider of the Entitlement Management Message (EMM).
CUR Freq LKC EMM Provider ID
To select the OOB frequency:
From the OOB STATUS diagnostic, press MENU on the remote control to enter the frequency selection mode. The OSD displays a new MANUAL FREQ line at the bottom of the screen, indicating the LKC frequency. Press MENU a second time to exit the frequency change mode. Or Press the CHANNEL or cursor keys to scroll through the frequencies to locate the desired OOB frequency. The frequency selection appears on the MANUAL FREQ line of the OSD. The first frequency to display is 75.25. The system scrolls through each frequency until it reaches the last, 103.75, and then scrolls back to the beginning. This diagnostic scrolls through the OOB frequencies in the following order: ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 75.25 MHz 104.20 MHz 72.75 MHz 92.25 MHz 98.25 MHz 107.25 MHz 107.40 MHz 110.25 MHz 116.25 MHz 103.75 MHz
d 03: In-band Status
This diagnostic displays for the last attempted channel tune. If a digital carrier is not present, the diagnostics indicate the carrier lock is analog. When the carrier lock is analog, all fields for digital (other than a carrier lock channel) are blank. IN BAND DIAGNOSTIC DATA EMM DATA CARRIER LOCK PCR LOCK SNR MODULATION MODE SHORT TERM ERROR COUNT LONG TERM ERROR COUNT TUNED FREQ The In-band Diagnostic fields are: Field
Data Activity Indicator
* * YES YES 36 dB ssss QAM 9999 543.000
Lights when the set-top is receiving data on the in-band channels. The indicator covers all packet processors regardless of which stream they are monitoring. The following variables can display: Blank No data received Data received * Lights when the set-top is receiving a message on the EMM stream. The indicator is clear when entering this diagnostic. The following variables can display: Blank No data received Data received * Indicates that the digital in-band receiver is locked to the carrier with the following variables: YES Carrier locked NO Carrier unlocked Analog Analog channel Indicates a program-clock-reference lock with the current digital data stream. Displays an estimate of the carrier signal-to-noise ratio. The SNR displayed is a measure of the QAM cluster variance, which is proportional to the SNR. Analog channels display analog for carrier lock. The SNR displays a number for the numeric value and blank for the ssss value. The following variables can display: Blank The digital section is still in the initial state. If this occurs, check diagnostic d07. GOOD FAIR POOR Good value Marginal signal level; check the signal Unusable signal
EMM Data Indicator
PCR Lock SNR
Indicates the modulation mode QAM 64 or QAM 256
Short Term Error Count Long Term Error Count Tuned Frequency
Indicates the FEC errors (maximum count of 65535) at 5-second intervals. The Short Term Error Count is cleared after polling. Indicates the accumulation of the Short Term Error Count (maximum count of 65535). The Long Term Error Count is cleared every 24 hours. Indicates the actual frequency the tuner is programmed (Carrier Definition Frequency + 1.75 MHz).
d 04: Audio/Video Status
This diagnostic displays the audio and video information for the current tuned channel: AUDIO/VIDEO STATUS ADP Lock Audio Mode Audio SPDIF VP Lock MPEG Method The Audio Video Status fields are: Status
ADP Lock Audio Mode
YES STEREO N/A YES MUTE BLACK
The Audio Processor locked status: YES or NO The audio modes are: N/A Mono Stereo Surround
! ! ! !
VP Lock MPEG Method
The Video Processor locked status: YES or NO The MPEG Method selected: Unmuted ! ! Mute Still ! Mute Black
d 05: Unit Address
This diagnostic displays the 16-digit (40-bit) unit address of the set-top. On the unit address OSD, the unit, network, and TV PassCard (TVPC) addresses are in decimal form (13 address digits and three check digits). The multicast 16-bit address is in TCP/IP decimal byte form. DCT700 UNIT ADDRESS: 000-02831-99902-038 Network Address: 085-14316-55765-159 TVPC: 000-00000-00000-000 Multicast 16 Address: 085.085 119.119 DATA 068.068 034.034 051.051 017.017 0xFF 102.102 136.136
Upstream ID Downstream ID State
MAC Abort Cntr
The MAC Abort Counter increments every time the MAC layer reaches the Cell Abort Count limit. The MAC Abort Counter is reset by the successful upstream transmission of a cell, for example, when an ACK is received by the set-top. Not implemented. Not implemented. The Socket Port State modes are: ! UNUSED ! OPENED ! READY ! RECVING ! SENDING
Good Packets Error Packets Socket Port State
d 13: MAC Frequency Table
The set-top uses a range of frequencies set by the host for upstream communications. The MAC FREQUENCY TABLE that displays your frequency and signal power: MAC FREQUENCY TABLE FREQ POWER
The MAC Frequency Table fields are Field
Indicates the frequency, in Hz, for an upstream channel. Indicates the power level, in dBmV, used on a particular upstream channel to send data to the RPD.
d 14: Control Channels
This diagnostic lists channels, band types, PIDs, and counts. Control Channel Info CHN 0 1
BAND INB INB
PID 0000 00A9
Cnt 1 2198
Ovfl 0 0
Err 0 0
d 15: Message Types
This diagnostic displays a listing of PIDs and counts. In addition the message types with IDs and counts are shown: Message Types (hex data) Msg The Message Types fields are: Field
Msg ID Cnt
Cnt 216 89
Msg 9A A0
Id E 15
Cnt 0 0
The message type The connection ID The number of messages received of this type
d 16: In-Band Program Association Table (PAT)
This diagnostic displays the Program Association Table Information. (For Motorola use only.) IN BAND PAT (hex data) PAT 001 SN 0001 PID 0029
d 17 In-Band Program Map Table (PMT)
This diagnostic displays the Program Map Table information. (For Motorola use only.) IN BAND PMT (hex data) PMT 001 TYPE 0080 PID 0210 PCR ECM 0210 0211
d 18: Task Status
This diagnostic displays a listing of tasks. (For Motorola use only.) TASK STATUS (hex data) TID 0 RID 00 PRI 2 STARTS 21553 RUNTIME 47441 STK% 26
d 19: USB Diagnostics
This diagnostic is used to verify the functionality of the USB port. (For Motorola use only) USB DIAGNOSTICS NOT INSTALLED
d 20 In-Band Multicast Address Filter
This diagnostic displays in-band multicast filter information: IN BAND MULTICAST ADDRESS FILTER Filter Table: DMCA NA NA NA NA MCA PQ -01 -01 -01 -01 RQ -01 -01 -01 -01 APP CID 0000 0000
REGISTER VALUES: MCA PID 0000 0000
The In-Band Multicast Address Filter fields are: Field
Filter Table DMCA MCA PQ RQ APP CID Register Values MCA PID Indicates Multicast 16 filter register contents. Indicates PID filter register contents. Indicates the default multicast 16 address. Indicates the current multicast 16 address. Indicates the preemption notification queue ID. Indicates the response queue ID. Indicates the application ID. Indicates the connection ID.
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