Wegener UNITY4000 Specifications

Installation and Operation Manual
for the
DSC-20
Dual Satellite Receiver Controller
Copyright  1996 – 2001 by Broadcast Tools, Inc. All rights reserved.
Except as permitted under the United States Copyright Act of 1976, no part of this
document may be reproduced or distributed without permission
SG, Virtex “StarGuide II or III“ are ™ of StarGuide Digital Networks, Inc.
Wegener “Unity 4000” is a ™ of Wegener Communications.
“Premiere” is a ™ of Premiere Radio Networks.
“ABC” is a ™ o fABC Radio Network.
“WW1” is a ™ of Westwood One Radio Networks
SA “ENCORE” DSR-3610, AD-4595 are ™ of Scientific-Atlanta, Inc.
All specifications and features for this product are subject to change without notice.
SW Version > V 2.3
Manual update 06/06/01
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for your purchase of a Broadcast Tools, Inc., DSC-20. We're confident
that this product will give you many years of dependable service. This manual is
intended to give you all the information needed to install and operate the unit.
✎
NOTE: This manual should be read thoroughly before installation and
operation.
SAFETY INFORMATION
Only qualified personnel should install Broadcast Tools products. Incorrect or
inappropriate use and/or installation could result in a hazardous condition.
Broadcast Tools Products, as any electronic device, can fail without warning. Do
not use this product in applications where a life threatening condition could result due
to failure.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The DSC-20 allows the remote control of any combination of TWO StarGuide II
and/or III, Wegener Unity 4000, ComStream or Scientific-Atlanta ENCORE, DSR-3610,
AD-4595 receivers. The DSC-20 provides a convenient means of service/ providers
/program /channel /switching these receivers with contact closures, open collectors,
or 5 volt TTL/CMOS logic. When the DSC-20 is controlled from a PC’s serial port,
twenty, forty-eight character ASCII strings are provided for the above-mentioned
receivers. Custom programming of the DSC-20 is accomplished with a NONDEDICATED computer.
Features:
™ Twenty – forty-eight character printable ASCII serial strings in
both the PC and/or contact closure (GPI) mode ™ Audio channel
swapping, service, provider, frequency and data rate control for the
StarGuide II / III receivers ™ Selection of active receiver ports
™ Power and data activity LED’s ™ Non-volatile program memory
™ Two - 9600 baud RS-232 receiver serial ports ™ 9600 baud RS-232
or RS-485 network PC control and programming serial port (either
locally or remotely via optional modem) ™ Password / ID option
NOTE: More than two receivers may be controlled by adding the
optional SDD-8 serial data director.
Applications:
Dual contact closure and/or PC serial control of the “StarGuide II
and/or III”, Wegener Unity 4000 or ComStream type receivers.
StatGuide II note
The DSC-20 in the (SG) “StarGuide II and/or III” mode will switch services only
after the network has authorized the receiver. Please refer to your receiver manual for
instructions on verifying the services authorized. If you have questions about your
network services, please contact your network provider.
Unpacking and Handling
Please examine your DSC-20 for any damage that may have been sustained
during shipping. If any is noted, please notify the shipper immediately. Retain the
packaging for inspection by the shipper. The package should contain the DSC-20, 9vac
wall power transformer, Installation manual, Female 25 pin D-sub connector and shell,
3 - modular cables, 1 - 9 pin female “S-9” D-sub and 2 – 9 pin male “V-9” D-sub serial
modular adapters.
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Mounting
Mount the DSC-20 where it will be visible, close to the receivers and the rear
panel accessible. Four (4) screw holes are provided for mounting. Your may elect to
purchase either the RM-2 or RM-3 and rack mount up to 2 units.
(SG) StarGuide Setup for contact closure control
The DSC-20 is normally configured with the StarGuide II and/or III connected to
either Receiver 1 or 2’s serial port. (Refer to the Variable String setup page of the
Configuration Menu for more information on changing these memories).
( Note:
Please verify that JP- 7 & 8 are jumpered to position 2 & 3
Step 1.
Connect one end of the supplied modular cable to either J7 (Receiver # 1)
or J8 (Receiver # 2) on the DSC-20 and the other end to the male 9 pin DSub to modular adapter labeled “V-9”.
Step 2.
Plug the male D-Sub modular adapter labeled “V-9” into the “M & C”
connector on the rear of the StarGuide II and/or III Receiver.
Step 3.
Connect your contact closures or TTL/CMOS compatible signals to
J1, the male 25 pin D-sub connector. Mating connector and shell supplied.
Follow the channel chart on the next page.
Step 4.
Plug in the supplied wall transformer to a stable source of 117VAC
@ 60Hz and the 2.1 mm coaxial end into J3 on the DSC-20.
Step 5.
Verify that the GREEN Power LED is lit.
( Note:
The DSC-20 will accept 20 contact closures for each receiver. The closures
correspond to the preset variables listed in table 1 and are configured for the StarGuides
II and III receiver “ C “ audio port. These services are from Westwood One Radio
Networks “Westwood East” and may be changed. Refer to the Variable String setup
page of the Configuration Menu for more information on changing these memory
locations.
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J1 Contact closure table for StarGuide II / III Receiver
J1, Control Pin(s),
Memory Locations:
1, NOTE 1
2, NOTE 1
3, NOTE 1
4, NOTE 1
5, NOTE 1
6, NOTE 1
7, NOTE 1
8, NOTE 1
9, NOTE 1
10, NOTE 1
11, NOTE 1
12, NOTE 1
13, NOTE 1
14, NOTE 1
15, NOTE 1
16, NOTE 1
17, NOTE 1
18, NOTE 1
19, NOTE 1
Service:
DATS 00 / 01
DATS 09.0 / 09.1
DATS 06.1 / 09.1
DATS 14 / 15
CNBC / MISC
CNN-E / NEWSLINK
CNN-W / NEWSLINK
DATS 07 / 08
MBS-E / NEWSEVNTS
MBS-W / NEWSEVNTS
NBC-E / NEWSEVNTS
NBC-W / NEWSEVNTS
SPECIAL A / B
DATS 01 / 00
DATS 09.1 / 09.0
DATS 15 / 14
Open
Open
Open
20, NOTE 1
Open
22,23,24
Ground
Audio Mode:
Comments:
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual
Dual
Swap
Swap
Swap
Swaps Channels A/B
Swaps Channels A/B
Swaps Channels A/B
Ground
Pin 25 Chassis Ground
( Note:
All inputs are pulled high. To select any Channel for Receiver # 2,
pulse the desired pin low, while holding Pin 21 low.
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Continued
COMPILING THE NEEDED INFORMATION TO PROGRAM THE DSC-20
# Tool Tip: Take advantage of your program provider and receiver manual. They are
great resources!
1 Have your receiver installed and authorized. Be sure you can manually select
the program(s) from the receiver’s front panel keyboard and have a audio
monitor attached to the correct audio port.
2 Request the provider number(s) for the program(s) you will be receiving.
3 Request the service number(s) for the program(s) you will be receiving.
4 Determine what audio port(s) you plan to use.
5 Record this information for later use.
TESTING YOUR STARGUIDE RECEIVER WITH YOUR COMPUTER’S SERIAL
(COM) PORT
# Tool Tip: This step is required to confirm that the communication program and
StarGuide II / III receiver are configured properly.
The following instructions are for use with Windows 95/98/ME/NT/XP/2000
HyperTerminal.
You can start HyperTerminal by clicking Start, pointing to Programs, pointing to
Accessories, pointing to Communications, clicking HyperTerminal, and then doubleclicking on the icon labeled Hypertrm or Hypertrm.exe.
•
A new window will open labeled CONNECTION DESCRIPTION.
•
In this window, Type a name that describes the connection (We suggest BTI96), click
the appropriate icon, if desired this is not required, and then click OK.
•
A new window will open labeled CONNECT TO.
•
At the CONNECT TO screen,
1. Move your cursor to the CONNECT USING box
2. Press the down arrow on the right of the box to select the available com port (“Direct
to com x”),
3. Then click the OK button.
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The PORT SETTING window will appear.
•
At the PORT SETTING window,
Continued
1. Change the baud rate to 9600,
2. Flow control to NONE
3. Then click OK button.
•
You will have a new window open labeled with the Connection Description you
typed in earlier (in our example, BTI96).
•
At this window
1. Click on the word FILE at the upper left portion of the menu bar and click on
Properties.
i) Click the Settings tab, and then change the
(1) EMULATION to ANSI,
(2) Then click the OK button.
2. Click on FILE, click Save.
3. Click on FILE, click Exit.
•
Click Yes, when asked to disconnect. This will place you back at the HyperTerminal
screen
•
At the HyperTerminal screen, find the Icon and/or file you named and double click
on it.
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TESTING THE STARGUIDE II or III RECEIVER
1
Set your receivers M & C serial port for 9600,8,N,1 via the receivers front panel
keyboard.
2 Connect a Male - Female, DB-9 straight-through serial cable between the M & C
port on the receiver and your computers com port.
‘ NOTE: Do not use the cables supplied by us for this test!
3 On your computer keyboard, type the following command: VER and press the
ENTER key.
4 If the two are communicating, the details of the current receiver’s software and
other information will be displayed.
5
If your test was successful, remove the Male - Female, DB-9 straight through
serial cable from the computer and receiver; proceed to the section labeled
“Connecting the DSC-20 to your computers serial port”. If your test failed,
follow the troubleshooting steps A through G that follows.
TROUBLESHOOTING
A
Build a loop-back “TESTER” by purchasing a “FEMALE” 9 pin D-sub solder cup
connector (Radio Shack, CompUSA, Local Electronic Store, etc).
B
Solder a jumper between pins 2 & 3.
C
Try typing on the keyboard with nothing connected to the computer’s com port.
You shouldn’t see any characters. If you do, the “ECHO typed characters
locally” is checked (ON)” in the ASCII settings in HyperTerminal. Turn this OFF
(Uncheck) and retest Step C.
D
Plug the “TESTER” into the com port under test
E
Try typing on the keyboard, if you’re using the correct com port, each character
typed will be displayed.
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Continued
If this test fails, try changing com ports on the communication program until you
find the correct port. When a working com port is found, repeat the above test
starting at step 1.
# Tool Tip: With some communication programs, any change made to the program
settings requires you to save the changes, exit the program and restart the
program.
‘ NOTE:
If you find that a failure is traced to the receiver and ALL receiver
troubleshooting has failed contact the receiver manufacture.
Connecting the DSC-20 to your computers serial port
•
Connect one end of the supplied modular cable to J5 (Computer) on the DSC-20
and the other end to the male D-Sub to modular adapter labeled “S-9”.
•
Plug the female D-Sub modular “S-9” adapter into your computers serial port.
•
Press the space bar ONCE and the configuration menu will appear.
The pin out of the modular/D-Sub adapters is shown below.
RJ-11
Adapter
Pin
Number.
DB-9 “V-9”
Male. Pin
Number.
StarGuide
II/III M & C
port
DB-9 “S-9”
Female. Pin
Number.
“Remote”
DSC-20 point
of view.
Function Name.
4
2
3
RS-232 Receive
3
3
2
RS-232 Transmit
2
5
5
Ground
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1 2 3 4
DSC-20’s point of view of modular connectors.
Modem control
The DSC-20 may be operated remotely with the use of an external 9600-baud or
greater AT compatible modem. Follow the instructions supplied with the modem for
dumb modem (auto-answer) operation. The remote modem is normally supplied with
a 25-pin D-sub connector. You will need to purchase a male 9 pin D-sub to 25-pin male
D-sub adapter. Please contact your local computer store for this adapter. After you
have made your modem connection, follow the same procedure as if you were
operating the unit locally.
Password / ID Programming
Step 1.
Hold down SW-1 at power-up, while holding down SW-1, press the
SPACE BAR and wait for the menu to appear.
Step 2.
Enter number 8.
Step 3.
When prompted, enter your password / ID and press the enter key.
Step 4.
Press <Q> to QUIT.
Step 5.
Unplug the power supply, wait 10 seconds and return power to the unit.
Step 6.
Enter <P> plus the password and than the space bar.
Step 7.
The Configuration Menu will reappear.
RS-485 Set-up
Step 1.
Locate J-4 and move the jumper from position 1 and 2 to position 2 and 3
Step 2.
Connect the data cable to J-6, observing the proper polarity.
Step 3.
The DSC-20 is now ready for RS-485 operation, receive mode only.
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(SG) StarGuide II table configuration setup
The StarGuide II and/or III receiver selection table may be modified to meet
your needs. Each of the 20 memory locations per receiver port may be changed. To
change any of the locations for Receiver port one and/or two, follow the steps below.
Step 1.
Connect one end of the supplied modular cable to J5 (Computer) on the
DSC-20 and the other end to the male D-Sub to modular adapter
labeled “S-9”.
Step 2.
Plug the female D-Sub modular “S-9” adapter into your computers serial
port.
Step 3.
Press the space bar ONCE and the configuration menu will appear.
Step 4.
Enter number 5 to modify the StarGuide II and/or III table data for Recvr
port # 1 or 6 to modify Recvr port # 2.
Step 5.
Enter the location you desire to change.
Step 7.
Refer to the StarGuide II and/or III’s receiver manual and your Network
provider for the required parameters to enter in step 8.
Step 8.
Enter up to 48 characters and terminate by a carriage return. To enter a
carriage return in the string, enter a back slash [ \ ] and press the enter key
twice. Example: *1E00\enter key, enter key. The carriage return takes the
form of [13] when viewed on screen.
Step 9.
Press <Q> to return to the MAIN MENU.
Step 10.
Press <Q> to QUIT.
# Tool Tip: More than two receivers may be controlled by the DSC-20. By
purchasing the SDD-8, Serial data (router) director, up to 32
additional receivers may be control from one receiver port of the
DSC-20.
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Serial burst mode programming
The Serial BURST mode data format is as follows: *PRMM<cr>
Pxxxxxxxx
*
P
R
= OPTIONAL Password (ID).
= Indicates burst mode.
= Recvr Port Number 1 or 2.
= Receiver Type: <V> for Variable (StarGuide II and/or III,
Wegener Unity 4000)
MM = Channel number.
<cr> = Carriage return, End of string. (DO-IT)
Examples w / No Password:
*1V01<cr> Selects Variable (StarGuide II and/or III,
Wegener Unity 4000) 01 on Recvr port # 1
*2V01<cr> Selects Variable (StarGuide II and/or III,
Wegener Unity 4000) 01 on Recvr port # 2
*1V20<cr> Selects Variable (StarGuide II and/or III,
Wegener Unity 4000) 20 on Recvr port # 1
*2V20<cr> Selects Variable (StarGuide II and/or III,
Wegener Unity 4000) 20 on Recvr port # 2
Examples w / Password:
P1234*2V01<cr> Selects Variable (StarGuide II
and/or III, Wegener Unity 4000) 01 on Recvr port # 2
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Examples:
Broadcast Tools, Inc DSC-20 Dual Satellite Controller V2.3 (c) 1997
DSC-20 Receiver Port Status:
Recvr 1:(SG) Variable
Recvr 2:(SG) Variable
1 - Set Recvr Port 1 to (SG) Variable Mode
2 - Set Recvr Port 1 to (SA) Encore Mode (Default)
3 - Set Recvr Port 2 to (SG) Variable Mode (Default)
4 - Set Recvr Port 2 to (SA) Encore Mode
5 - Modify (SG) Variable Strings for Recvr Port 1
6 - Modify (SG) Variable Strings for Recvr Port 2
7 - Re-initialize all settings to defaults
Enter desired function number, or Q to quit:
Memorize Variable Strings for Recvr Port 1
01. "SP C,S,2[13] AM C,0[13]"
02. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^_____________________ Carriage Return
03. | | | | | | | |_______________________ Audio mode code (0,1,2 or 3)
04. | | | | | | |_________________________ Audio port A through F
05. | | | | | |____________________________ Audio mode command
06. | | | | |_______________________________ Carriage Return
07. | | | |__________________________________ Service or provider code
08. | | |____________________________________ Service or provider command
09. | |______________________________________ Audio port A through F
10. |________________________________________ Setting Port Configuration
11. "SP C,S,17[13]AM C,0[13]"
12. "SP C,S,18[13]AM C,0[13]"
13. "SP C,S,19[13]AM C,0[13]"
14. "SP C,S,2[13]AM C,3[13]"
15. "SP C,S,3[13]AM C,3[13]"
16. "SCM 1103700,7680000[13]"
Example
Frequency & Data Rate Command
17. "SETAUDIO 2 1 SR2 0[13]”
Example
Wegener Unity 4000
18. "SP A,S,5[13]”
Example:
Rush on Premiere
19 "SP A,S,8[13]”
Example:
Dr. Laura on Premiere.
20. "SP A,S,16[13]”
Example:
Mike Reagan on Premiere
Enter 2 digit String Number to Change, or Q:
NOTE: To enter a carriage return [13] in the string, enter a back slash [ \ ] followed
by pressing the ENTER key either ONCE or TWICE.
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ABC Starguide Services Available on GE-8
Carrier Name: ABCRADIONEWYORK
ABC BRANDED PROGRAMMING CHANNELS
PROVIDER (ID)
SERVICE (ID)
OUT
ABC NEWS (2) NEWS NET1E/SATQ (11)
L
R
PROGRAMMING
Information & Advantage East
ABC Satcue
10/3/2001
RATE: 12288000BPS
FREQ:0990000kHz
VIT: 2/3
ABC SATELLITE SERVICES CHANNELS
PROVIDER (ID)
SERVICE (ID)
ABC NY (1)
WOR1/WOR2 (19)
OUT
L
R
PROGRAMMING
WOR Radio Networks 1
WOR Radio Networks 2
SBLINE / SALEM (24)
L
R
Sports Byline
Salem Radio Networks
DGNNET / RAMSEY (25)
L
R
Dame-Gallagher Networks
Lampo Group/Dave Ramsey
L
R
TalkAmerica 1
TalkAmerica 2
NEWS NET1C/SATQ (13)
L
R
Information & Advantage C/M
ABC Satcue
NEWS NET 1P/SATQ (14)
L
R
Information & Advantage Pacific
ABC Satcue
NEWS NET 2E/3E (15)
L
R
Entertainment & Contemporary East
Direction East
TLKAM1/TLKAM2 (28)
NEWS NET 2C/3C (16)
L
R
Entertainment & Contemporary C/M
Direction Central/Mountain
RETRO ROCK (29)
L/R
Carson Feltz/Retro Rock
AM ONE / BTR (34)
NEWS NET 2P/3P (17)
L
R
Entertainment & Contemporary Pacific
Direction Pacific
L
R
America One (Dr. Toni Grant)
Business Talk Radio
ESPN EAST (18)
L
R
ESPN Radio Live Feed
ESPN Short Form, Games & Bulk Feeds
ESPN WEST (26)
L
R
ESPN Radio Refeed
ESPN Short Form, Games & Bulk Feeds
ABC 50/ABC 52 (20)
L
R
ABC News Special & Status Reports
ABC News Service Channel
PGA TR / SS 06R (35)
L
R
PGA Tour Radio
Various Satellite Services
L
R
ABC News Long Form (anchored)
ABC News Long Form (unanchored)
MRN/SAT SVS 07R (37)
L
R
Motor Racing Network NASCAR
MRN Truck & Various Sat Services
L
R
ABC News Back Channel
ABC News Back Channel
WSJ / i.e.am (38)
L
R
Wall Street Journal/Dow Jones
i.e america
USANET / SS 09R (39)
L
R
USA Radio Network
Various Satellite Services
ABC 51/ABC 53 (21)
ABC 98/ABC 99 (45)
ABC NEWS BACKUP (48) L/R
PROVIDER (ID)
SERVICE (ID)
ABC NY (1)
TALK 1/TALK 2 (22)
ABC STEREO 00 (23)
PROVIDER (ID)
SERVICE (ID)
ABC RADIO (4) CLASSIC ROCK (4)
REJOICE (5)
HOT AC (6)
TOM JOYNER (7)
CLASSIC R&B (8)
TOUCH (9)
MEMORIES (12)
DOUG BANKS (27)
STARDUST (51)
STARSTATION (52)
CCC (53)
PURE GOLD (54)
RADIO DISNEY (55)
REAL COUNTRY (56)
SAT SRVS 01 L/R (30)
Various Satellite Services
SAT SRVS 02 L/R (31)
Various Satellite Services
SAT SRVS 03 L/R (32)
Various Satellite Services
SAT SRVS 04 L/R (33)
Various Satellite Services
Backup Audio Channel
OUT
L
R
PROGRAMMING
Mitch Albom, Bob Brinker, Marc Davis
Howie Carr
L
R
Dick Bartley, ABC Bulk Feeds
Dick Bartley, ABC Bulk Feeds
OUT
PROGRAMMING
L/R
Classic Rock 24-hour Format
L/R
Rejoice! 24-hour Format
L/R
Hot AC 24-hour Format
L/R
Tom Joyner Morning Show
L/R
Classic R&B 24-hour Format
L/R
The Touch 24-hour Format
L/R
Memories 24-hour Format
L/R
Doug Banks Morning Show
L/R
Stardust 24-hour Format
L/R
Starstation 24-hour Format
L/R Country Coast to Coast 24-hour Format
L/R
Oldies Radio 24-hour Format
L/R
Radio Disney 24-hour Format
L/R
Real Country 24-hour Format
SAT SRVS 10 L/R (46)
Various Satellite Services
SAT SRVS 11 L/R (40)
Various Satellite Services
SS 12L / TLKAM3 (41)
L
R
Various Satellite Services
TalkAmerica 3
RADIOA / TRN1 (42)
L
R
Radio America
Talk Radio Network 1
WEEI / GCN (43)
L
R
Entercom/Boston Red Sox
Genesis Comm. Network
SAT SRVS 15 L/R (44)
Various Satellite Services
SAT SRVS 16 L/R (47)
Various Satellite Services
TALK ONE L/R (49)
L
R
Talk One Network Left
Talk One Network Right
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ABC network string examples:
SP A,P,1\enterSP A,S,19\enterAM A,0\enterenter (String for ABC NY, WOR 1/WOR 2,
with normal audio)
SP A,P,2\enterSP A,S,18\enterAM A,0\enterenter (String for ABC News, ESPN East, with normal
audio)
SP A,P,1\enterSP A,S,19\enterAM A,3enterenter (String for ABC NY, WOR 2/WOR 1,
with reversed audio)
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WW1 Network Program and Service Codes:
Programs
Service
Code / ID
#
Test A / Test B
CBS 36 / CBS 39
CBS 37 / CBS 39
CBS 38 / CBS 39
DATS 00 / DATS 01
NBC-E / NEWS EVENTS
NBC-W / NEWS EVENTS
CNN-W / ATOM
MBS-E / NEWS EVENTS
MBS-W / NEWS EVENTS
CNN HEADLINE / NEWSLINK
DATS 06-1 / DATS 09-1
DATS 07 / DATS 08
DATS 09-0 / DATS 09-1
CNN-E / ATOM
FOX RADIO NET / MISC 2
DATS 14 / DATS 15
MARKETWATCH / MISC
TALK 7 / TALK 8
CBS 40 / CBS VC
CBS 41 / CBS 43
CBS 42 / CBS 44
CBS 45 / CBS 46
SPORTS 1 / SPORTS 2
TRNET / TALK 1
23
24
25
26
2
17
18
12
15
16
20
4
14
3
11
21
5
6
7
27
8
22
19
9
28
Strings
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
C,S,23\#AM C,0\##
C,S,24\#AM C,0\##
C,S,25\#AM C,0\##
C,S,26\#AM C,0\##
C,S,2\#AM C,0\##
C,S,17\#AM C,0\##
C,S,18\#AM C,0\##
C,S,12\#AM C,0\##
C,S,15\#AM C,0\##
C,S,16\#AM C,0\##
C,S,20\#AM C,0\##
C,S,4\#AM C,0\##
C,S,14\#AM C,0\##
C,S,3\#AM C,0\##
C,S,11\#AM C,0\##
C,S,21\#AM C,0\##
C,S,5\#AM C,0\##
C,S,6\#AM C,0\##
C,S,7\#AM C,0\##
C,S,27\#AM C,0\##
C,S,8\#AM C,0\##
C,S,22\#AM C,0\##
C,S,19\#AM C,0\##
C,S,9\#AM C,0\##
C,S,28\#AM C,0\##
#
Denotes pressing the enter key once
enter key twice
## Denotes pressing the
Use the “AM” Command to control audio flow.
below:
AM C,0##
AM C,1##
AM C,2##
AM C,3##
Comments
Examples are given
Leaves Audio on Port C normal
Puts the Program on the “LEFT” Channel to Both
output channels of Port C
Puts the Program on the “RIGHT” Channel to Both
output channels of Port C
Swaps the Left and Right Channels on Port C
Please check with your NETWORK to verify that they support the
“AM” (Audio Mode) command.
Note: We offer three handy
solutions for wiring up the audio and relays on the StarGuide II
& III receivers: 1.) COP; 2.) COA-15, and 3.) COA-37. Please
check our website for more information at www.broadcasttools.com
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Premiere / NSN Program, Provider and Service Codes:
Program
Provider Code / ID #
Premiere One
Premiere Two
Premiere Three
Premiere Four
Premiere Five
Premiere Six
Premiere Seven
Premiere Eight
Premiere Nine
Premiere Ten
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Service
Code /
ID #
8
5
19
21
20
16
27
14
18
31
Audio
Mode
String
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
SP x,S,8\##
SP x,S,5\##
SP x,S,19\##
SP x,S,21\##
SP x,S,20\##
SP x,S,16\##
SP x,S,27\##
SP x,S,14\##
SP x,S,18\##
SP x,S,31\##
x = Port A through F
NSN 4 / Equity 1
NSN 5 & 6
NSN 8
NSN 10 / Nubian
Comedy 1 / 2
Fisher / Jason
#
##
1
1
1
1
1
1
28
2
24
30
26
29
Left/Right
Denotes pressing the enter key once
Denotes pressing the enter key twice
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Specifications
Logic / memory:
J-1, “CONTROL”
Input connector:
Microprocessor, Non-Volatile memory.
25 pin Male D-sub, mating connector/shell supplied.
Inputs, CMOS, TTL compatible, 5-volt logic, active
low.
J-3, Power connector:
2.1mm, coaxial 9 volt AC, 500 ma. /w Green LED.
Wall (Wart) transformer supplied.
J-5, “COMPUTER” connector:
RJ-11, (6P4C).
Data rate, “COMPUTER” port:
9600- 8N1, RS-232c or RS-485.
J-7, “RECVR 1” connector:
RJ-11, (6P4C)
J-8, “RECVR 2” connector.
RJ-11, (6P4C).
Date rate, “RECVR” ports:
9600-8N1, RS-232c. w/ Red LED data indicator.
Dimensions:
7.75” x 4.0” x 1.25” with four # 6 mounting
holes.
Weight:
2.0 pounds.
Options:
RM-2 rack panel holds two units (3-RU’s)
RM-3 rack shelf holds two units (1-RU)
SDD-8, Serial Data (Router) Director
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BROADCAST TOOLS, INC.
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Voice
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