INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
FOR SEA TEL MODEL
ST14 SATELLITE TV RECEIVE-ONLY ANTENNA
Sea Tel, Inc.
4030 Nelson Avenue
Concord, CA 94520
Tel: (925) 798-7979
Fax: (925) 798-7986
Web: : www.cobham.com\seatel
Sea Tel Europe
Unit 1, Orion Industrial Centre
Wide Lane, Swaythling
Southampton, UK S0 18 2HJ
Tel: 44 (0)23 80 671155
Fax: 44 (0)23 80 671166
Web: www.cobham.com\seatel
Sea Tel Inc is also doing business as Cobham Antenna Systems
September 26, 2011
Document. No. 129981 Revision C
Sea Tel Marine Stabilized Antenna systems are manufactured in the United
States of America.
Sea Tel is an ISO 9001:2008 registered company.
Certificate Number 13690 issued March 14, 2011.
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Table of Contents
INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 1-1
1.1. SITE SELECTION AND CABLE ROUTING PATH .......................................................................................................................................... 1-1
1.2. DETERMINE YOUR CABLES............................................................................................................................................................................ 1-2
1.3. REQUIRED TOOLS ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 1-3
1.4. PREPARE THE ANTENNA RADOME MOUNTING LOCATION...................................................................................................................... 1-3
1.5. PREPARE THE ANTENNA CONTROL PANEL MOUNTING LOCATION........................................................................................................ 1-3
1.6. PREPARE THE DISEQC SWITCH MOUNTING LOCATIONS (ST14D ONLY) ......................................................................................... 1-3
1.7. PREPARE THE MULTISWITCH MOUNTING LOCATION (ST14D AND ST14M W/ 3+ RECEIVERS) ................................................. 1-3
1.8. PREPARE THE SATELLITE RECEIVER AND TELEVISION MOUNTING LOCATIONS .................................................................................. 1-3
1.9. RUNNING THE CABLES FOR MODEL ST14 D: .......................................................................................................................................... 1-4
1.9.1. Antenna Cable .............................................................................................................................................................................1-4
1.9.2. IF Cables ........................................................................................................................................................................................1-4
1.9.3. Serial Cable ...................................................................................................................................................................................1-4
1.9.4. DC Power Cable ..........................................................................................................................................................................1-4
1.10. RUNNING THE CABLES FOR MODEL ST14 M: ......................................................................................................................................... 1-4
1.10.1. Antenna Cable .............................................................................................................................................................................1-4
1.10.2. IF Cables ........................................................................................................................................................................................1-5
1.10.3. DC Power Cable ..........................................................................................................................................................................1-5
1.11. RUNNING THE CABLES FOR MODEL ST14 E ............................................................................................................................................ 1-5
1.11.1. Antenna Cable .............................................................................................................................................................................1-5
1.11.2. Satellite Receiver IF Cable ....................................................................................................................................................1-5
1.11.3. DC Power Cable ..........................................................................................................................................................................1-5
1.12. INSTALL THE ANTENNA RADOME ............................................................................................................................................................... 1-6
1.13. INSTALL THE ANTENNA CONTROL PANEL................................................................................................................................................1-11
1.14. INSTALLING THE CABLES FOR MODEL ST14 D: ....................................................................................................................................1-12
1.14.1. Antenna M&C ...........................................................................................................................................................................1-12
1.14.2. IF Cables .....................................................................................................................................................................................1-12
1.14.3. Serial Cable ................................................................................................................................................................................1-13
1.15. INSTALLING THE CABLES FOR MODEL ST14 M: ...................................................................................................................................1-13
1.15.1. Antenna M&C ...........................................................................................................................................................................1-13
1.15.2. IF Cables .....................................................................................................................................................................................1-13
1.16. INSTALLING THE CABLES FOR MODEL ST14 E ......................................................................................................................................1-13
1.16.1. Antenna Cable ..........................................................................................................................................................................1-13
1.16.2. Satellite Receiver IF Cable .................................................................................................................................................1-13
SETUP FOR MODEL ST14 D .................................................................................................................................................................. 2-1
2.1. SYSTEM CHECKOUT ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 2-1
2.2. INITIAL FACTORY SETUP .............................................................................................................................................................................. 2-1
2.3. CHANGING THE INITIAL FACTORY SETUP ................................................................................................................................................. 2-1
2.3.1. Adjusting Panel Brightness ...................................................................................................................................................2-1
2.3.2. Threshold Offset.........................................................................................................................................................................2-1
2.3.3. Targeting Mode Parameter Selection.............................................................................................................................2-1
2.3.4. Setting Threshold Offset for Proper Tracking ............................................................................................................2-3
2.3.5. SAT1 - First Satellite Parameters ....................................................................................................................................2-4
2.3.6. SAT2 - Second Satellite Parameters ..............................................................................................................................2-7
2.3.7. SAT3 - Third Satellite Parameters ...................................................................................................................................2-7
2.3.8. SAT4 - Fourth Satellite Parameters ...............................................................................................................................2-7
2.3.9. SAT5 - Fifth Satellite Parameters ....................................................................................................................................2-7
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2.3.10. SAT6 - Sixth Satellite Parameters................................................................................................................................... 2-7
2.3.11. FACTORY SETTINGS................................................................................................................................................................ 2-7
2.4. SAVING THE SETUP PARAMETERS .......................................................................................................................................................... 2-11
SETUP FOR MODEL ST14M .................................................................................................................................................................. 3-1
3.1. SYSTEM CHECKOUT ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-1
3.2. INITIAL FACTORY SETUP .............................................................................................................................................................................. 3-1
3.3. CHANGING THE INITIAL FACTORY SETUP ................................................................................................................................................. 3-1
3.3.1. Adjusting Panel Brightness .................................................................................................................................................. 3-1
3.3.2. Threshold Offset ........................................................................................................................................................................ 3-1
3.3.3. Targeting Mode Parameter Selection ............................................................................................................................ 3-1
3.3.4. Setting Threshold Offset for Proper Tracking ............................................................................................................ 3-2
3.3.5. SAT2 - Second Satellite Parameters ............................................................................................................................. 3-5
3.3.6. SAT3 - Third Satellite Parameters .................................................................................................................................. 3-5
3.3.7. SAT4 - Fourth Satellite Parameters ............................................................................................................................... 3-6
3.3.8. SAT5 - Fifth Satellite Parameters ................................................................................................................................... 3-6
3.3.9. SAT6 - Sixth Satellite Parameters................................................................................................................................... 3-6
3.3.10. FACTORY SETTINGS................................................................................................................................................................ 3-6
3.3.11. LON (Ships Longitude) ............................................................................................................................................................ 3-7
3.4. SAVING THE SETUP PARAMETERS .......................................................................................................................................................... 3-10
SETUP FOR MODEL ST14E .................................................................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.1. SYSTEM CHECKOUT ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.2. INITIAL FACTORY SETUP .............................................................................................................................................................................. 4-1
4.3. CHANGING THE INITIAL FACTORY SETUP ................................................................................................................................................. 4-1
4.3.1. Adjusting Panel Brightness .................................................................................................................................................. 4-1
4.3.2. Setting Auto Threshold for Proper Tracking............................................................................................................... 4-1
4.3.3. SATA - First Satellite Parameters ..................................................................................................................................... 4-2
4.3.4. SATB - Second Satellite Parameters ............................................................................................................................. 4-7
4.3.5. SATC - Third Satellite Parameters .................................................................................................................................. 4-7
4.3.6. FACTORY SETTINGS................................................................................................................................................................ 4-7
4.4. SAVING THE SETUP PARAMETERS ............................................................................................................................................................. 4-8
MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 5-1
5.1. WARRANTY INFORMATION .......................................................................................................................................................................... 5-1
5.2. WHO TO CONTACT FOR REPAIRS ................................................................................................................................................................. 5-1
5.3. REPLACING AN LNB ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 5-2
5.4. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................................................................................ 5-4
5.5. FAULT ISOLATION/TROUBLE-SHOOTING ................................................................................................................................................... 5-4
ST 14 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................................... 6-1
6.1. INSTALLED WEIGHT ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-1
6.2. RADOME ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-1
6.3. ANTENNA C14(M/D)/ST14(M/D).......................................................................................................................................................... 6-1
6.4. ANTENNA C14E/ST14E ............................................................................................................................................................................. 6-1
6.5. STABILIZED PEDESTAL ................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-1
6.6. US CIRCULAR LNB ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 6-2
6.7. DISHPRO CIRCULAR LNB ............................................................................................................................................................................. 6-2
6.7.1. European Single Universal Linear LNB ........................................................................................................................... 6-2
6.7.2. Pedestal Control Unit .............................................................................................................................................................. 6-3
6.7.3. DVB Compliant Tracking Receiver.................................................................................................................................... 6-3
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6.8. POWER REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................................................................................................................ 6-3
6.9. ENVIRONMENTAL ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-3
COMPUTER INTERFACE ......................................................................................................................................................................... 7-1
7.1.1. Programming Instructions Coastal Series Pedestal Control Unit....................................................................7-3
DRAWINGS ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-1
8.1. ST 14 DRAWINGS ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-1
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Installation
Installation
Installation of your ST-14(D/E/M) Antenna system must be accomplished by or under the supervision of an
authorized Sea Tel dealer for the Sea Tel Limited Warranty to be valid and in force. Good planning of the
installation will provide the best results. Below is some guidance on issues that are important to consider when planning the
installation.
Planning is the key to a good installation. Read the installation information below thoroughly before beginning the actual
installation. Then review your plan to adjust for any details that may have been overlooked.
A full scale Installation Template (drawing 126355) has been provided to locate the cutout areas and mounting holes for the
antenna radome and for the antenna control panel. The radome template section of the drawing includes the outer perimeter
of the radome base so you can insure that the radome will fit in the area chosen.
1.1.
Site Selection and Cable Routing Path
The best mounting location for the antenna radome assembly is where:
1. The antenna has a clear line-of-sight view to as much of the sky as is practical. Choose a location where
masts or other structures do not block the satellite signal from the dish as the boat turns.
2. The antenna is at least 5 feet away from other transmitting antennas (HF, VHF and radar) that may generate
signals that may interfere with the Coastal Series antenna. The further away the Coastal antenna is from
these other antennas, the less
impact their operation will have on
it.
3. The antenna radome assembly
should be rigidly mounted to the
boat. If necessary, reinforce the
mounting area to assure that it
does not flex due to the boat
motion or vibration.
Choosing the best mounting location on
smaller boats, where there are fewer possible
locations to choose from, is frequently a
compromise. The Figure shown to the right
is provided to make some location
comparisons. The “poor” location is poor
because over half of the antenna’s viewable
sky is blocked by the overhang above it. The
“better” location has fewer blockages, but
the upper deck and the mast will cause some
blockage when the antenna is at lower
elevations. The “best” location has no
blockage from raised platforms, mast or the
Possible Antenna Radome Assembly mounting locations
body of the radar.
If enclosed in a cabinet or panel, assure that there is adequate airflow to prevent from over-heating and provide forced
airflow if needed.
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Determine your Cables
In addition to the required Coaxial cable that will interconnect the above decks equipment with the below decks
equipment, you will need to determine what cables are going to be used to interconnect satellite receivers to the
televisions and if installed the surround sound system. The below guide may be used to help determine which cable
type is best suited for your installation. You should also refer to the manual of the CFE equipment for additional
guidance.
Video Connection Reference
Audio Connection Reference:
OK: Composite Video (Non-HD Video Only)
OK: Stereo RCA (2 channel Analog)
Typically an RCA Jack, this type
of connection combines and
transmits chrominance and
luminance information on a
single cable.
These RCA Jack connections are a means of
passing analog line-level audio signals (split
into left and right channels) from the
satellite receiver to your television or audio
amplifier.
Good: RCA (Multi-Channel Analog)
Good: S-Video (Non HD Video Only)
S-video connections transmit
the chrominance (color) and
luminance (brightness) portions
of a video signal along different
paths, allowing them to be
processed separately.
These preamp-level analog inputs
features jacks for up to 8 channels:
left front, right front, center channel,
left surround, right surround, and
subwoofer. Because the subwoofer
channel carries a limited range of frequencies, it's the
".1" in 5.1. A 6.1 input features the same jacks as a 5.1
input, but adds a back surround jack. A 7.1 input adds
two back surround jacks.
Better: XLR (Hi Resolution Analog)
Better: Component (HD Video Only )
This 3-cable connection allows the
chrominance (color) and luminance
(brightness) portions of a video
signal to be processed separately
.S-Video works similarly, but
component video improves color
accuracy further by splitting the chrominance
signal into two portions.
XLR audio
connections are
used primarily
with high-performance audio gear. This 3 pin
connector dedicates one of these pins for ground
which helps reduce electronic noise throughout the
cable. A clasp built into the round XLR plug locks it
tightly into the socket, ensuring a secure connection
even during full ships motion.
Best: HDMI (Both HD Video and Digital Audio)
HDMI is a multi-pin connection used for passing standard- and high-definition
digital video signals, as well as up to 8 discrete digital audio channels, through a
single cable.
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1.3.
Installation
Required Tools
The following tools will be required to install the ST14:
1. Masking tape
2. Center punch
3. Hammer
4. Electric Drill
5. 7mm Drill Bit
6. 1” hole saw
7. Small hand or electric saber saw
8. 10mm Socket Wrench or Nut Driver
9. 10mm Open-end Wrench
10. 1/8” straight blade screwdriver
11. T-20 Torx screwdriver
1.4.
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4.
1.5.
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1.6.
Prepare the Antenna Radome mounting location
Lay the Installation Template (drawing 126355) on the mounting surface location that you have chosen to
mount the radome on.
Align the radome “bow” mark on the template to be parallel to the bow of the boat. By default the
orientation of the “Sea Tel” logo is oriented towards BOW. Adjust the position of the “Bow” marker on
template to orient the LOGO where you want it. When you are satisfied with the position, tape the template
in place.
Using the center punch and hammer, mark the locations of the four radome mounting holes and the cable
passage. Remove the template drawing.
Drill the four radome mounting holes using a 7mm drill bit and the cable passage hole using the 1” hole saw.
Prepare the Antenna Control Panel mounting location
Lay the Installation Template (drawing 126355) on the mounting surface location that you have chosen to
mount the Antenna Control Panel in.
Adjust the position of the template to center the Antenna Control Panel cutout portion of the drawing where
you want it. When you are satisfied with the position tape the template in place.
Using the center punch and hammer, mark the locations of the four mounting holes and the four corners of
the cutout area. Remove the template drawing.
Mark the perimeter of the cutout area. Drill a hole inside the perimeter of the cutout area to enable you to
cut the area out with the saw (the 1” hole saw might be used for this).
Cut the area out.
Prepare the DiSEqC Switch mounting Locations (ST14D Only)
Prepare the mounting locations for the DiSEqC Switches. One switch assembly is required for each receiver that will be
installed. If you are installing multiple receivers one of these switches must be designated as the Master DiSEqC
Switch.
1.7.
Prepare the Multiswitch mounting location (ST14D and ST14M w/ 3+
receivers)
Prepare the mounting location for the Multiswitch to be installed. Refer to the manufactures manual for actual
mounting dimensions and any other applicable installation instructions.
1.8.
Prepare the Satellite Receiver and Television mounting locations
Prepare the mounting locations for the satellite receiver(s) and television set(s) (or monitor and stereo sound system).
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Running the Cables for Model ST14 D:
1.9.1.
Antenna Cable
Route the “F” connector end of the antenna cable down from the radome mounting location through the
boat to the antenna control panel location.
Adjust the cable routing so that about 12 inches (30.5cm) of cable extends beyond the radome mounting
surface and about 4 inches (10cm) of cable extending out of the antenna control panel mounting surface.
1.9.2.
IF Cables
1.9.2.1.
ACP to Multiswitch
Route the receiver IF cable from the antenna control panel location to the Multiswitch mounting.
Leave about 4 inches (10cm) of cable extending out of the antenna control panel mounting surface.
1.9.2.2.
Multi-Switch to Master DiSEqC Switch
Route the IF cables from the Multiswitch mounting location to the Master DiSEqC Switch location.
Leave about 4 inches (10cm) of cable extending out of each mounting location.
1.9.2.3.
Master DiSEqC Switch to receiver
Route the IF cables from the Master DiSEqC Switch mounting location(s) to master satellite receiver
mounting location. Leave about 4 inches (10cm) of cable extending out of each mounting location.
You are required to install (in series between the Multiswitch & Receiver) one DiSEqC
Switch assembly for every satellite receiver installed on the network. Perform
1.9.2.3.1 and 1.9.2.3.2 below only if you are installing multiple receivers.
1.9.2.3.1.
Multi-Switch to Slave DiSEqC Switch (multiple receiver)
Route the IF cables from the Multiswitch mounting location to each of the slave DiSEqC
Switch mounting locations. Leave about 4 inches (10cm) of cable extending out of each
mounting location.
1.9.2.3.2.
Slave DiSEqC Switch to receiver (multiple receiver )
Route the IF cables from the Master DiSEqC Switch mounting location(s) to each of the
slave satellite receiver mounting locations. Leave about 4 inches (10cm) of cable
extending out of each mounting location.
1.9.3.
Serial Cable
Route the RS232 DC Power Cable from the antenna control panel location to the Master DiSEqC switch
mounting location. Coil and secure the cable while leaving about 4 inches (10cm) of cable extending out at
both mounting locations.
1.9.4.
DC Power Cable
Route the DC Power Cable from the antenna control panel location to the +11-16 Volt DC Power source.
Leave about 4 inches (10cm) of cable extending out of the antenna control panel mounting surface.
1.10.
Running the Cables for Model ST14 M:
1.10.1.
Antenna Cable
Route the “F” connector end of the antenna cable down from the radome mounting location through the
boat to the antenna control panel location.
Adjust the cable routing so that about 12 inches (30.5cm) of cable extends beyond the radome mounting
surface and about 4 inches (10cm) of cable extending out of the antenna control panel mounting surface.
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1.10.2.
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IF Cables
1.10.2.1.
ACP to DeStacker
Route the receiver IF cable from the antenna control panel location to the DeStacker
mounting location. Leave about 4 inches (10cm) of cable extending out of each mounting
location.
1.10.2.1.1. DeStacker to Receiver (1-2 receiver setup only)
Route the IF cable(s) from the DeStacker location to the satellite receiver location(s).
Leave about 4 inches (10cm) of cable extending out of each mounting location.
1.10.2.1.2. DeStacker to Multiswitch (3+ receiver setup only)
Route the IF cable from the DeStacker mounting location to the Multiswitch mounting
location. Leave about 4 inches (10cm) of cable extending out of each mounting location.
1.10.2.1.3. Multi-Switch to receiver (3+ receiver setup only)
Route the IF cables from the Multiswitch mounting location to each of the satellite
receivers. Leave about 4 inches (10cm) of cable extending out of each mounting location.
1.10.3.
DC Power Cable
Route the DC Power Cable from the antenna control panel location to the +11-16 Volt DC Power source.
Leave about 4 inches (10cm) of cable extending out of the antenna control panel mounting surface.
1.11.
Running the Cables for Model ST14 E
1.11.1.
Antenna Cable
Route the “F” connector end of the antenna cable down from the radome mounting location through the
boat to the antenna control panel location.
Adjust the cable routing so that about 12 inches (30.5cm) of cable extends beyond the radome mounting
surface and about 4 inches (10cm) of cable extending out of the antenna control panel mounting surface.
1.11.2.
Satellite Receiver IF Cable
Route the receiver IF cable from the antenna control panel location to the satellite receiver mounting
location. Leave about 4 inches (10cm) of cable extending out of the antenna control panel mounting surface.
1.11.3.
DC Power Cable
Route the DC Power Cable from the antenna control panel location to the +11-16 Volt DC Power source.
Leave about 4 inches (10cm) of cable extending out of the antenna control panel mounting surface.
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Install the Antenna Radome
Refer to the Installation Arrangement drawing for mounting dimensions of the radome assembly. Note that the
Antenna Radome installation procedure are identical for all ST14 Series Systems. Before performing this procedure,
verify all of the system contents with the packing list provided with the shipment.
Figure 1 ST14M Antenna
System
Figure 2 ST14D Antenna System
Open the Radome Installation Hardware Kit, which should
include the following items:
1. Radome Mounting Pad
2. 6mm Mounting bolts
3. 6mm Flat Washer
4. 6mm Neoprene Flat Washer
5. 6mm Small OD Flat Washer
6. 6mm Nyloc Nut
1.
Using a #2 Phillips Head Screw driver, remove the 3 screws
(270˚ spacing apart from each other) that secure the radome
top to the radome base.
Set the hardware and radome top aside in a safe location
until you are ready to close the radome.
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Locate and remove the Azimuth Lock-Down Pin by pulling it
straight out. Retain and store this hardware for future use.
Using your hand, rotate the antenna in azimuth to align an
access hole with a threaded metal radome base mounting
insert.
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NOTE: The Radome Base contains weep holes to allow any
water that potentially may enter radome to weep out. Do
not confuse these radome “weeping” holes with the actual
mounting inserts. Exercise caution as to not allow anything,
including the mounting surface, to block these weep holes.
A failure to comply with this may result in the accumulation
of standing water.
Thread the 6mm bolt through a bonded washer (neoprene
side down) and through one of the threaded inserts in the
base of the radome.
Using a 10mm Socket, Install and tighten an M6 Bolt through
the threaded insert to approximately 7.5 to 9 ft-lbs.
2.
1. Threaded metal insert
2. Neoprene washer
3. M6 Bolt
Rotate the antenna in azimuth and repeat for the three
remaining mounting bolts, tightening all four of the required
mounting bolts to approx 7.5 to 9 ft-lbs.
Reference picture showing one of the four mounting bolts
protruding from radome base and through the mounting
feet.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Radome Base Feet
Mounting Bolt
Weep Hole
Azimuth Lockdown Hole
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Remove the paper backing from the rubber
mounting pad.
Lift the base of the radome up and install the radome
mounting pad as shown to the right..
Lift the base of the radome up and connect the antenna
cable to the base of the antenna.
Set the radome base mounting bolts into the mounting
holes, Be careful not to pinch or kink the antenna cable
exiting through the center of the radome base,
From the underside of the mounting surface, install a M6 flat
washer and a nylon lock nut on each of the mounting bolts.
Tighten all four of the nuts.
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Locate and using needle nose pliers, remove the elevation
stop pin.
Retain and store this hardware for future use.
By hand rotate the reflector from Horizon (0˚ Elevation) to
Zenith (90˚ Elevation) to ensure full range of motion with no
physical obstructions.
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By hand, rotate the antenna in Azimuth 360˚to ensure full
range of motion with no physical obstructions.
1.13.
Install the Antenna Control Panel
Refer to the Installation Arrangement drawing.
Assure that the DC Power Cable is not connected to the DC
Supply.
1. At the antenna control panel, connect the red wire
to the + (plus) terminal on the green screw terminal.
2.
Connect the black wire to the - (minus) terminal on
the green screw terminal.
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Connect the antenna cable to the IN connector of
the antenna control panel. This IN connection
supplies 30VDC operating voltage and antenna
control signals to the antenna and receives satellite
signal from the antenna.
CAUTION: Connecting the satellite receiver to the IN
connector may damage the satellite receiver.
4.
Connect the receiver cable to the OUT connector
of the antenna control panel.
CAUTION: Connecting the satellite receiver to the IN
connector may damage the satellite receiver.
5.
6.
1.14.
Install the antenna control panel into the cutout and secure with self tapping screws
At the DC Power Supply, connect the red wire to the plus voltage output terminal. Connect the black wire to
the minus (or ground) output terminal.
Installing the Cables for Model ST14 D:
1.14.1.
Antenna M&C
Connect the antenna cable to the antenna control panels “RF IN” port.
1.14.2.
IF Cables
1.14.2.1.
ACP to Multiswitch
Connect the ACP’s “RF OUT” Port to the 18Vdc input port of the Multiswitch.
1.14.2.2.
Multi-Switch to Master DiSEqC Switch
Connect an available output Port of the Multiswitch to the Splitter/Multiswitch port of the Master
DiSEqC Switch.
1.14.2.3.
Master DiSEqC Switch to receiver
Connect the Receiver (SAT IN) port of the Master DiSEqC Switch to the Satellite In port of the
master satellite receiver.
It is this Master DiSEqC Switch connection that will pass the required satellite target
commands from the master receiver to the Antenna via the ACP serial port based on
the users channel selection.
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1.14.2.3.1. Multi-Switch to Slave DiSEqC Switch (multiple receivers)
Connect an available output port of the Multiswitch to the Splitter/Multiswitch port of a
Slave DiSEqC Switch. Repeat as required for each switch installed.
1.14.2.3.2. Slave DiSEqC Switch to receiver (multiple receivers )
Connect the Receiver (SAT IN) port of a Slave DiSEqC Switch to the satellite in port of a
slave satellite receiver. Repeat as required for each receiver installed.
1.14.3.
Serial Cable
Connect and secure the RS232 Serial Cable from the ACP serial port to the Master DiSEqC switch’s serial port
labeled M&C to ACP/DAC.
1.15.
Installing the Cables for Model ST14 M:
1.15.1.
Antenna M&C
Connect the antenna cable to the antenna control panels “RF IN” port.
1.15.2.
IF Cables
1.15.2.1.
ACP to DeStacker
Connect the ACP’s “RF OUT” Port to the Stacked DBS + Antenna input of the DeStacker.
1.15.2.1.1. DeStacker to Receiver (1-2 receiver setup only)
Connect and secure “RCVR1” to the “SAT IN” port of a satellite receiver.
Connect and secure “RCVR2” to the “SAT IN” port of a secondary satellite receiver
1.15.2.1.2. DeStacker to Multiswitch (3+ receiver setup only)
Connect and secure the “RCVR1” port of the DeStacker to the Horizontal (+13Vdc) input
port of the active Multiswitch.
Connect and secure the “RCVR2” port of the DeStacker to the Vertical (+18Vdc) input port
of the active Multiswitch.
1.15.2.1.3. Multi-Switch to Receiver (3+ receiver setup only)
Connect and secure an available output port of the active matrix switch to the “SAT IN”
port of a satellite receiver.
Repeat as required for all installed satellite receivers.
1.16.
Installing the Cables for Model ST14 E
1.16.1.
Antenna Cable
Connect the antenna cable to the Antenna Control Panel’s “RF IN”.
1.16.2.
Satellite Receiver IF Cable
Connect ACP’s “RF OUT” port to the “SAT IN” port of a satellite receiver.
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2.
Setup for Model ST14 D
Setup for Model ST14 D
Use this chapter to setup the Model ST14D (DiSEqC)
2.1.
1.
2.
2.2.
System Checkout
Press the POWER key on the antenna control panel. The display should report model and software versions,
verifying the DC power connection between the antenna control panel and the antenna pedestal assembly.
Turn power ON to the satellite receiver and the TV monitor. The television may now be displaying “searching
for satellite signal” verifying proper video connections between the receiver and the monitor.
Initial Factory Setup
Your system comes from the factory preprogrammed for the following satellites:
SAT1 DTV 101 W
DirecTV 101 W
SAT2 DTV 110 W
DirecTV 110 W
SAT3 DTV 119 W
DirecTV 119 W
SAT4 Dsh 110 W
Dish Network 110 W
SAT5 Dsh 119 W
Dish Network 119 W
SAT6 EMPTY
No Selected Service
If you want to change this programming refer to the paragraphs below.
2.3.
Changing the Initial Factory Setup
If you want to change the order of the initial setup of satellites, remove unused satellites or add/replace with new
satellites then refer to the paragraphs below.
Press and hold SAVE + ▼ for 6 seconds to access SETUP Mode. “Setup Mode” will be displayed on the first line of the
display while the panel is in SETUP Mode.
Use the ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to scroll down & up through the Setup parameters listed below.
NOTE: You will save individual set-up parameter settings as you modify them in the procedure
below (quick presses of the SAVE key). These will only save the settings until POWER is cycled to
the antenna.
When you are finished making all of your desired changes, you MUST press and hold the SAVE
key for six seconds, “Settings Saved” will be displayed. Saving writes all of the parameters,
including the ones you have changed, to memory in the PCU so they will be available after POWER has
been cycled to the antenna.
2.3.1.
1.
2.
3.
4.
2.3.2.
Adjusting Panel Brightness
Press the NEXT key to select this parameter for adjustment.
Once selected, press ▲& ▼ arrow keys to adjust the backlighting illumination of the display to
desired level. Each key press steps the value 8 counts.
Then press the SAVE key to save the adjusted setting.
Press the ▼ arrow key to go to the next parameter.
Threshold Offset
This displays the current Threshold Offset value. This parameter is automatically set based on the vessel’s
GEO location. See “Latitude Ranges” later in this chapter for configuration and setup information.
2.3.3.
Targeting Mode Parameter Selection
The ST-14D TVRO antenna system is fitted with both hardware and software to support the use of DiSEqC
(Digital Satellite Equipment Control) commands. The use of these commands allows an integrated EchoStar
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DishPro or DishPro Plus Satellite Receiver to determine and target the correct satellite based on the operators
channel selection. For integrated Receivers that do support DiSEqC, the ST-14 requires that the user press
the NEXT key to determine and target the desired satellite. The Targeting Mode Parameter selection allows
the user to configure the systems mode of satellite targeting selection. The user will be presented with the
option of manual satellite targeting (legacy mode) or one of 4 auto satellite targeting modes.
1. Press the NEXT key to SELECT this parameter for adjustment.
2. Once selected, press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to scroll through a list of choices. The current mode
choices and their descriptions are as follows:
•
MANUAL TARGET:
Intended Use:
Single Satellite tracking requirement
Description:
By selecting this mode of manual operation the antenna will not automatically
target any satellite preset regardless of any received commands by the satellite
receiver to do so. In this mode the user is required to manually target the desired
satellite by pressing the NEXT key to select the appropriate Preset (i.e. SAT 2) and
allowing the satellite receiver to select receive polarity based on the current
channel selection.
•
EchoStar: 2 SAT:
Intended Use:
Two EchoStar Satellite tracking requirement
Description:
By selecting this mode of automatic operation the antenna will automatically select the
correct receive polarity and satellite switching between SAT 1 and SAT 2 as commanded
by an EchoStar compatible DishPro or DishPro Plus receiver using DiSEqC protocol.
•
EchoStar: 3 SAT:
Intended Use:
Three EchoStar Satellite tracking requirement
Description:
By selecting this mode of automatic operation the antenna will automatically select the
correct receive polarity and satellite switching between SAT 1, SAT 2, and SAT 3 as
commanded by an EchoStar compatible DishPro or DishPro Plus receiver using DiSEqC
protocol.
•
EchoStar: 4 SAT:
Intended Use:
Four EchoStar Satellite tracking requirement
Description:
By selecting this mode of automatic operation the antenna will automatically select the
correct receive Automatic polarity and satellite switching between SAT 1, SAT 2, SAT 3,
and SAT4 as commanded by an EchoStar compatible DishPro or DishPro Plus receiver using
DiSEqC protocol.
In North America, both Dish Network and Bell TV use EchoStar
Satellites and EchoStar (DishPro and DishPro Plus) receivers and equipment. The
DishPro system uses DiSEqC commands to select desired satellite(s) and receive
polarity.
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The following table serves as a guide to help properly setup your ST-14. Contact your (prospective) Service Provider
to define which satellite(s) are required which is normally based on your service subscription.
Service
Provider
Generic
Satellites
Required
1-6
Target Mode
Parameter
Manual
SAT 1
Preset
As
required
by service
provider
Dish Network
1
Manual
Dish Network
Dish Network
2
3
EchoStar 2 SAT
EchoStar 3 SAT
As
required
by service
provider
Dsh119
Dsh119
Dish Network
4
EchoStar 4 SAT
Dsh119
Dsh110
Bell TV
1
Manual
Bell TV
2
EchoStar 2 SAT
As
required
by service
provider
ExpV91
2.3.4.
SAT 2
Preset
As required
by service
provider
or EMPTY if
not
required
EMPTY
SAT 3
Preset
As required
by service
provider or
EMPTY if
not
required
SAT 4
Preset
As required
by service
provider or
EMPTY if
not
required
SAT 5
Preset
As required
by service
provider or
EMPTY if
not
required
SAT 6
Preset
As required
by service
provider or
EMPTY if
not
required
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
Dsh110
Dsh110
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
Dsh129 or
61W
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
Dsh129 or
61W
Dsh129 or
61W
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
ExpV82
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
EMPTY
Setting Threshold Offset for Proper Tracking
To allow for a variance in AGC delta as a vessel travels from north to south or vice versa, the antenna system
will automatically calculate the tracking threshold based on one of three pre-determined latitude ranges,
“Lower, Middle, Upper”, and their programmed Threshold Offset Parameter. These three ranges are defined
by two adjustable system parameters known as “LOW LAT LIM” and “HIGH LAT LIM”. The Threshold-Offset
Parameter values associated with these ranges are based on an internal lookup table known as the “LATTHRESH OFFSET TABLE”. Although set at the factory this table is fully adjustable, either from the ACP or
through the RS-232 serial interface, based on user preference.
Range
Region Set
Limitation
Factory
Offset Parameter
Factory
Default
Default
Parameter
Lower
0° to LOW LAT LIM
LOW LAT LIM
35
THRSH OFFS_1
80
Middle
LOW LAT LIM to
Defined by LOW LAT 35.1 to
THRSH OFFS_2
60
HIGH LAT LIM
LIM & HIGH LAT LIM 44.9
Upper
HIGH LAT LIM to 90°
HIGH LAT LIM
2-3
45
THRSH OFFS_3
30
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2.3.5.
ST14 Ku-Band TVRO
SAT1 - First Satellite Parameters
Access all of the SAT1 individual parameters via a sub menu. Choices are:
2.3.5.1.
PRESET
This choice presets all of the other sub-menu parameters to factory defaults for the satellite you
choose to set this SAT to.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this parameter for adjustment.
2. Once selected, press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to scroll through a list of choices which this SAT
can be preset to. This list may change in future software revisions. The current choices
are:
Empty
Blanks/zeroes all parameters for this satellite, so switching satellites
(NEXT) will skip over the satellites you don’t want (if you only use
ONE satellite, you should preset all of the other SAT selections to
be empty/blank).
ExpV82
Bell ExpressVu @ 82W
ExpV91
Bell ExpressVu @ 91W
DTV 72
DirecTV @ 72W
DTV101
DirecTV @ 101W
DTV110
DirecTV @ 110.1W
DTV119
DirecTV @ 119W
Dish61
Dish Network @ 61W
Dish73
Dish Network @ 73W
Dish77
Dish Network @ 77W
Dsh110
Dish Network @ 110W
Dsh119
Dish Network @ 119W
Dsh129
Dish Network @ 129W
Dsh148
Dish Network @ 148W
3. When the desired choice is displayed, press the SAVE key to save the parameters for this
SAT. This saves the DEFAULT Satellite Name, Satellite Longitude, RHCP frequency, Baud
rate, FEC rate, and Network ID of this SAT.
4. If you want to edit any of the default values that are loaded with preset, press the ▼
arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
5. If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
2.3.5.2.
NAME
Enter or edit the 6 character Name you want to use for this saved satellite.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the leftmost character. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this character.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next character to the right. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this character.
4. Continue editing characters (6 max) until all desired characters have been set to create the
NAME you want to use for this satellite selection. Press the SAVE key to save the NAME
parameter for this SAT.
5. If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼ arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
6.
If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
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LON
Enter or edit the Longitude position of this satellite. Range of acceptable values are 0-180, East or
West (E or W).
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the East/West hemisphere character. Press ▼ & ▲arrow keys to
set this character to the desired hemisphere (E/W).
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the number digit to the right. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 3 digits have been set to the Longitude (0-180) position of this
satellite selection. Press the SAVE key to save the LON parameter for this SAT.
5. If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼ arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
6. If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
2.3.5.4.
RHCP (MHz) freq
Enter or edit the Right Hand Circular Frequency (in MHz) for the receiver to use for tracking this
satellite. Range of acceptable frequency input is 950-2150 MHz
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 4 digits have been set to the desired tracking Frequency for this
satellite selection. Press the SAVE key to save the FREQ parameter for this SAT.
5. If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼ arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
6. If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼arrow
key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
2.3.5.5.
BAUD
Enter or edit the best Baud rate for the receiver to use for this satellite. Range of acceptable input
is 5000-30000 symbols per second.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 5 digits have been set to the desired Baud rate for this satellite
selection. Press the SAVE key to save the BAUD parameter for this SAT.
5. If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼ arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
6. If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
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FEC
Enter or edit the best Forward Error Correction rate for the receiver to use for this satellite.
This choice presets all of the other sub-menu parameters to factory defaults for the satellite you
choose to set this SAT to.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this parameter for adjustment.
2. Once selected, press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to scroll through a list of choices which this SAT
can be preset to. This list may change in future software revisions. The current choices
are:
AUTO
Automatically scans through all the standard DVB & DSS FEC rates.
1/2
2/3
3/4
5/6
6/7
7/8
SCPC
AUTO*
Automatically scans through all the available forced * (star’ed) FEC
rates. If the satellite does not generate an NID but does have a
unique combination of FREQ, BAUD and FEC lock, select the
appropriate FEC* choice from this list. The system will then
generate its own unique forced NID to represent the desired
satellite. You will need to enter this pseudo NID in the NID setting
below.
1/2*
2/3*
3/4*
5/6*
6/7*
7/8*
NBIF
3. When the desired choice is displayed, press the SAVE key to save the parameters for this
SAT. This saves the FEC rate to use for this SAT.
4. If you want to edit any of the default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
5.
2.3.5.7.
If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
NID
Enter or edit the best Network ID 4 digit HEX value for the receiver used to which is used to
identify & track this satellite.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit (only valid HEX values 0-F will be displayed).
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 4 digits have been set to the desired NID for this satellite
selection. Press the SAVE key to save the NID parameter for this SAT.
5. If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
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6.
2.3.6.
If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
SAT2 - Second Satellite Parameters
Access all of the SAT2 individual parameters via a sub menu. If a second SAVED satellite is not needed,
preset SAT2 to empty/blank so NEXT will skip over this selection when you are switching satellites.
All of the SAT2 parameters are set exactly the same way that the SAT1 parameters were set, but would be set
to different choices. Refer to the parameter setting information in the SAT1 – First Satellite Parameters
paragraphs to set PRESET, NAME, LON, RHCP freq, BAUD, FEC, and NID for a second satellite that you wish to
use periodically.
2.3.7.
SAT3 - Third Satellite Parameters
Access all of the SAT3 individual parameters via a sub menu. If a third SAVED satellite is not needed, preset
SAT3 to empty/blank so NEXT will skip over this selection when you are switching satellites.
All of the SAT3 parameters are set exactly the same way that the SAT1 parameters were set, but would be set
to different choices. Refer to the parameter setting information in the SAT1 – First Satellite Parameters
paragraphs to set PRESET, NAME, LON, RHCP freq, BAUD, FEC, and NID for a third satellite that you wish to
use periodically.
2.3.8.
SAT4 - Fourth Satellite Parameters
Access all of the SAT4 individual parameters via a sub menu. If a forth SAVED satellite is not needed, preset
SAT4 to empty/blank so NEXT will skip over this selection when you are switching satellites.
All of the SAT4 parameters are set exactly the same way that the SAT1 parameters were set, but would be set
to different choices. Refer to the parameter setting information in the SAT1 – First Satellite Parameters
paragraphs to set PRESET, NAME, LON, RHCP freq, BAUD, FEC, and NID for a forth satellite that you wish to
use periodically.
2.3.9.
SAT5 - Fifth Satellite Parameters
Access all of the SAT5 individual parameters via a sub menu. If a fifth SAVED satellite is not needed, preset
SAT5 to empty/blank so NEXT will skip over this selection when you are switching satellites.
All of the SAT5 parameters are set exactly the same way that the SAT1 parameters were set, but would be set
to different choices. Refer to the parameter setting information in the SAT1 – First Satellite Parameters
paragraphs to set PRESET, NAME, LON, RHCP freq, BAUD, FEC, and NID for a fifth satellite that you wish to
use periodically.
2.3.10.
SAT6 - Sixth Satellite Parameters
Access all of the SAT6 individual parameters via a sub menu. If a sixth SAVED satellite is not needed, preset
SAT6 to empty/blank so NEXT will skip over this selection when you are switching satellites.
All of the SAT6 parameters are set exactly the same way that the SAT1 parameters were set, but would be set
to different choices. Refer to the parameter setting information in the SAT1 – First Satellite Parameters
paragraphs to set PRESET, NAME, LON, RHCP freq, BAUD, FEC, and NID for a sixth satellite that you wish to
use periodically.
2.3.11.
FACTORY SETTINGS
Accessing the Factory Settings parameters should ONLY be done by a qualified technician from an
authorized Sea Tel dealer. The Antenna Model and Serial Number information is located on a sticker which
can be found on top of the electronics enclosure. The parameters are:
2.3.11.1.
Serial Number
This parameter sets Serial Number of the Antenna Pedestal into the PCU memory. The serial
number starts with 98 followed by 6 digits that are editable. This parameter allows the serial number
of the antenna to be displayed on the display of the Antenna Control Panel during the initialization
process.
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NOTE: The Serial Number parameter setting is saved in the PCU, therefore,
MUST be set whenever the PCU is changed.
After this parameter has been set correctly, it must be SAVED in the PCU.
1. Press the NEXT key to SELECT this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 6 digits have been set to the correct Serial Number of
the antenna pedestal that this PCU is mounted on. Press the SAVE key to save
the Serial Number parameter.
5. Press SAVE again to exit the sub-menu and return to the FACTORY SETTINGS
main menu display. From there you can press the ▲ arrow key to go UP through
the SAT numeric menu choices.
2.3.11.2.
MODEL CONFIGURATION
This parameter sets all of the internal drive, scale factor and limits for the motors, gear ratios and
sensors FOR THIS MODEL ANTENNA.
NOTE: The MODEL parameter setting is saved in the PCU, therefore, MUST be
set whenever the PCU is changed.
WARNING: Improper setting of this parameter WILL cause the antenna to
malfunction.
1.
2.
3.
Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
Once selected, press ▼ arrow to select the base model of either C14 or ST14
Then Press the ▲arrow keys to scroll through a list of model configuration choices. The
current choices are blank, M, or D.
•
ST14/C14 : Single Receiver Configuration
•
ST14M/C14M: Multiple receiver Configuration
• ST14D/C14D: DiSEqC compatible Configuration (Dish Network, Bell TV)
When the correct base model and model configuration value(s) are displayed, press the SAVE
key to save to memory. As mentioned earlier this saves the drive, scale factors and limits
for this antenna. If this parameter is NOT set correctly, the antenna WILL
malfunction.
2.3.11.3.
LAT (Ships Latitude)
This parameter is automatically set by the GPS antenna mounted on the pedestal inside the radome.
The GPS input enables the antenna to quickly & accurately target satellites (SAT1 – SAT6).
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press▼ & ▲arrow
keys to increment/decrement this digit.
4. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next character to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to toggle this character between N (North) and S (South).
Press the SAVE key to save the current ships latitude in the LAT parameter.
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2.3.11.4.
LON (Ships Longitude)
This parameter is automatically set by the GPS antenna mounted on the Coastal pedestal inside the
radome. The GPS input enables the antenna to quickly & accurately target satellites (SAT1 – SAT6).
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow
keys to increment/decrement this digit.
4. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow
keys to increment/decrement this digit.
5. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next character to the right. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to toggle this character between E (East) and W (West).
Press the SAVE key to save the current ships longitude in the LON parameter.
2.3.11.5.
Latitude Ranges:
The three latitude ranges in the “LAT-THRESH OFFSET TABLE” are defined by setting 2 system
parameters, “Low Lat Lim” and “High Lat Lim”.
2.3.11.5.1.
Lower Latitude Range
The LOW LAT LIM parameter
defines the “Lower” Latitude
Limitation Range and is
entered using any whole
degree from 0-90. The LOW
LAT LIM parameter sets the
highest latitude position of
the lower latitude range.
Figure 2-1 Lower Latitude Range
Therefore the lower latitude
range will be any latitude
range from 0° to LOW LAT LIM parameter. While in this range, the system will use the
parameter entered for LOW LAT OFFSET for calculating the tracking threshold
Example: To define a Lower Latitude Range of 0° to 35°, enter a LOW LAT LIM parameter
value of 35.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
4. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
5. Press the SAVE key to save the desired parameter
2.3.11.5.2.
Middle Latitude Range
The “Middle” Latitude
Limitation Range is defined by
the values set for the LOW
LAT LIM and HIGH LAT LIM
parameters. The HIGH LAT
LIM parameter sets the
highest latitude position of
the Middle latitude range
Figure 2-2 Middle Latitude Range
while the LOW LAT LIM
parameter entered sets the lowest latitude position of the Middle latitude range. Therefore
the Middle latitude range will be any latitude position from the LOW LAT LIM parameter to
the HIGH LAT LIM parameter. Example: To define a Middle Latitude range of 35° to 45°,
enter a HIGH LAT LIM of 45 and enter a LOW LAT LIM of 35° While in this range the
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system will use the parameter entered for MID LAT OFFSET for calculating the tracking
threshold.
2.3.11.5.3.
Upper Latitude Range
The HIGH LAT LIM parameter defines the
“Upper” Latitude Limitation Range and is any
whole degree from1-90. The HIGH LAT LIM
parameter sets the lowest latitude position of
the Upper latitude range. Therefore the upper
latitude range will be any latitude range from
HIGH LAT LIM to 90°. Example: To define an
upper Latitude Range of 45° to 90°, enter a HIGH
LAT LIM of 45. While in this range the system
will use the parameter entered for HIGH LAT
OFFSET for calculating the tracking threshold.
2.3.11.6.
Figure 2-3 Upper Latitude Range
LOW/MID/HI LAT OFFSET (Threshold Offset)
The threshold-offset parameters are an AGC value from 0-255 that is summed to the average noise
floor, to properly calculate the systems tracking signal threshold every time the system is
commanded to Target or Search for a desired satellite.
Example: If the Averaged noise floor is 1100 AGC counts and the Threshold Offset value is 40, the
resultant AGC threshold would be set to 1140 counts, thereby triggering the Tracking status for any
AGC value1141 or higher.
Figure 2-4 Threshold Offset Regions
2.3.11.6.1.
LOW LAT OFFSET
The LOW LAT OFFS parameter defines what threshold offset value parameter is used when
the vessel is located within the Lower Latitude Range.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
4. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
5. Press the SAVE key to save this parameter to memory.
2.3.11.6.2.
MID LAT OFFSET
The MID LAT OFFS parameter defines what threshold offset value parameter is used when
the vessel is located within the Middle Latitude Range.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
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4.
5.
Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
Press the SAVE key to save this parameter to memory.
2.3.11.6.3.
HIGH LAT OFFSET
The HIGH LAT OFFS parameter defines what threshold offset value parameter is used when
the vessel is located within the Upper Latitude Range.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
4. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
5. Press the SAVE key to save this parameter to memory
To operate the system in the mode previously known as Auto Threshold set all three
threshold offset parameters to the same value, thereby using the same Thresh Offset parameter
value regardless of the vessels Geo Location.
2.4.
Saving the SETUP Parameters
When you have completed setting the desired parameters above, Press and Hold SAVE for 6 seconds to save the
changes you have made to the settings and exit SETUP Mode. “Settings Saved” will be displayed.
If you do NOT want to save the changes to NVRAM, Press SAVE +▲ to exit SETUP Mode without permanently saving
any parameter changes.
NOTE: You will save individual set-up parameter settings as you modify them in the procedure
below (quick presses of the SAVE key). These will only save the settings until POWER is cycled to
the antenna.
When you are finished making all of your desired changes, you MUST press and hold the SAVE
key for three seconds to write the changes you have made to memory (“Settings Saved” will be
displayed) in the PCU, so they will be available after POWER has been cycled to the antenna.
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Setup for Model ST14M
Setup for Model ST14M
3.1.
1.
2.
3.2.
System Checkout
Press the POWER key on the antenna control panel. The display should report model and software versions,
verifying the DC power connection between the antenna control panel and the antenna pedestal assembly.
Turn power ON to the satellite receiver and the TV monitor. The television may now be displaying “searching
for satellite signal” verifying proper video connections between the receiver and the monitor.
Initial Factory Setup
Your system comes from the factory preprogrammed for the following satellites:
SAT1 DTV 101 W
DirecTV 101 W
SAT2 DTV 110 W
DirecTV 110 W
SAT3 DTV 119 W
DirecTV 119 W
SAT4 Dsh 110 W
Dish Network 110 W
SAT5 Dsh 119 W
Dish Network 119 W
SAT6 EMPTY
No Selected Service
If you want to change this programming refer to the paragraphs below.
3.3.
Changing the Initial Factory Setup
If you want to change the order of the initial setup of satellites, remove unused satellites or add/replace with new
satellites then refer to the paragraphs below.
Press and hold SAVE + ▼ for 6 seconds to access SETUP Mode. “Setup Mode” will be displayed on the first line of the
display while the panel is in SETUP Mode.
Use the ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to scroll down & up through the Setup parameters listed below.
NOTE: You will save individual set-up parameter settings as you modify them in the procedure
below (quick presses of the SAVE key). These will only save the settings until POWER is cycled to
the antenna.
When you are finished making all of your desired changes, you MUST press and hold the SAVE
key for six seconds, “Settings Saved” will be displayed. Saving writes all of the parameters,
including the ones you have changed, to memory in the PCU so they will be available after POWER has
been cycled to the antenna
3.3.1.
1.
2.
3.
4.
3.3.2.
Adjusting Panel Brightness
Press the NEXT key to select this parameter for adjustment.
Once selected, press ▲& ▼ arrow keys to adjust the backlighting illumination of the display to
desired level. Each key press steps the value 8 counts.
Then press the SAVE key to save the adjusted setting.
Press the ▼ arrow key to go to the next parameter.
Threshold Offset
This displays the current Threshold Offset value. This parameter is automatically set based on the vessel’s
GEO location. See “Latitude Ranges” later in this chapter for configuration and setup information.
3.3.3.
1.
2.
Targeting Mode Parameter Selection
Press the NEXT key to select this parameter for adjustment.
Once selected, press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to scroll through a list of choices until MANUAL Targeting is
displayed. Then press the SAVE key to submit.
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MANUAL TARGET:
Intended Use:
Single or multi-satellite tracking requirement.
Description:
By selecting this mode of manual operation the antenna will not automatically
target any satellite preset regardless of any received commands that may be sent
by the satellite receiver to do so. In this mode the user is required to manually
target the desired satellite by pressing the NEXT key to select the appropriate
Preset (i.e. SAT 2) and allowing the satellite receiver to select receive polarity
based on the current channel selection.
The following table serves as a guide to help properly setup your ST-14. Contact your (prospective) Service Provider
to define which satellite(s) are required which is normally based on your service subscription.
Service
Provider
Generic
Satellites
Required
1-6
Target Mode
Parameter
Manual
SAT 1
Preset
As
required
by service
provider
DirecTV
1-6
Manual
As
required
by service
provider
3.3.4.
SAT 2
Preset
As required
by service
provider
or EMPTY if
not
required
As required
by service
provider
or EMPTY if
not
required
SAT 3
Preset
As required
by service
provider or
EMPTY if
not
required
SAT 4
Preset
As required
by service
provider or
EMPTY if
not
required
SAT 5
Preset
As required
by service
provider or
EMPTY if
not
required
SAT 6
Preset
As required
by service
provider or
EMPTY if
not
required
As required
by service
provider
or EMPTY if
not
required
As required
by service
provider
or EMPTY if
not
required
As required
by service
provider
or EMPTY if
not
required
As required
by service
provider
or EMPTY if
not
required
Setting Threshold Offset for Proper Tracking
To allow for a variance in AGC delta as a vessel travels from north to south or vice versa, the antenna system
will automatically calculate the tracking threshold based on one of three pre-determined latitude ranges,
“Lower, Middle, Upper”, and their programmed Threshold Offset Parameter. These three ranges are defined
by two adjustable system parameters known as “LOW LAT LIM” and “HIGH LAT LIM”. The Threshold-Offset
Parameter values associated with these ranges are based on an internal lookup table known as the “LATTHRESH OFFSET TABLE”. Although set at the factory this table is fully adjustable, either from the ACP or
through the RS-232 serial interface, based on user preference.
Range
Region Set
Limitation
Factory Offset Parameter
Factory
Default
Default
Parameter
Lower
0° to LOW LAT LIM
LOW LAT LIM
35
THRSH OFFS_1
80
Middle
LOW LAT LIM to
Defined by LOW LAT 35.1 to
THRSH OFFS_2
60
HIGH LAT LIM
LIM & HIGH LAT LIM 44.9
Upper
HIGH LAT LIM to 90°
HIGH LAT LIM
45
THRSH OFFS_3
30
SAT1 - First Satellite Parameters
Access all of the SAT1 individual parameters via a sub menu. Choices are:
3.3.4.1. PRESET
This choice presets all of the other sub-menu parameters to factory defaults for the satellite you
choose to set this SAT to.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this parameter for adjustment.
2. Once selected, press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to scroll through a list of choices which this
SAT can be preset to. This list may change in future software revisions. The current
choices are:
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Empty
3.
4.
5.
Blanks/zeroes all parameters for this satellite, so switching satellites
(NEXT) will skip over the satellites you don’t want (if you only use
ONE satellite, you should preset all of the other SAT selections to
be empty/blank).
ExpV82
Bell ExpressVu @ 82W
ExpV91
Bell ExpressVu @ 91W
DTV 72
DirecTV @ 72W
DTV101
DirecTV @ 101W
DTV110
DirecTV @ 110.1W
DTV119
DirecTV @ 119W
Dish61
Dish Network @ 61W
Dish73
Dish Network @ 73W
Dish77
Dish Network @ 77W
Dsh110
Dish Network @ 110W
Dsh119
Dish Network @ 119W
Dsh129
Dish Network @ 129W
Dsh148
Dish Network @ 148W
When the desired choice is displayed, press the SAVE key to save the parameters for this
SAT. This saves the DEFAULT Satellite Name, Satellite Longitude, RHCP frequency, Baud
rate, FEC rate, and Network ID of this SAT.
If you want to edit any of the default values that are loaded with preset, press the ▼
arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
3.3.4.2. NAME
Enter or edit the 6 character Name you want to use for this saved satellite.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the leftmost character. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this character.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next character to the right. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this character.
4. Continue editing characters (6 max) until all desired characters have been set to create the
NAME you want to use for this satellite selection. Press the SAVE key to save the NAME
parameter for this SAT.
5. If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼ arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
6.
If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
3.3.4.3. LON
Enter or edit the Longitude position of this satellite. Range of acceptable values are 0-180, East or
West (E or W).
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the East/West hemisphere character. Press ▼ & ▲arrow keys to
set this character to the desired hemisphere (E/W).
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the number digit to the right. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 3 digits have been set to the Longitude (0-180) position of this
satellite selection. Press the SAVE key to save the LON parameter for this SAT.
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If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼ arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
3.3.4.4. RHCP (MHz) freq
Enter or edit the Right Hand Circular Frequency (in MHz) for the receiver to use for tracking this
satellite. Range of acceptable frequency input is 950-2150 MHz
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 4 digits have been set to the desired tracking Frequency for this
satellite selection. Press the SAVE key to save the FREQ parameter for this SAT.
5. If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼ arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
6. If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼arrow
key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
3.3.4.5. BAUD
Enter or edit the best Baud rate for the receiver to use for this satellite. Range of acceptable input
is 5000-30000 symbols per second.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 5 digits have been set to the desired Baud rate for this satellite
selection. Press the SAVE key to save the BAUD parameter for this SAT.
5. If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼ arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
6. If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
3.3.4.6. FEC
Enter or edit the best Forward Error Correction rate for the receiver to use for this satellite.
This choice presets all of the other sub-menu parameters to factory defaults for the satellite you
choose to set this SAT to.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this parameter for adjustment.
2. Once selected, press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to scroll through a list of choices which this SAT
can be preset to. This list may change in future software revisions. The current choices
are:
AUTO
Automatically scans through all the standard DVB & DSS FEC rates.
1/2
2/3
3/4
5/6
6/7
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AUTO*
3.
4.
5.
Automatically scans through all the available forced * (star’ed) FEC
rates. If the satellite does not generate an NID but does have a
unique combination of FREQ, BAUD and FEC lock, select the
appropriate FEC* choice from this list. The system will then
generate its own unique forced NID to represent the desired
satellite. You will need to enter this pseudo NID in the NID setting
below.
1/2*
2/3*
3/4*
5/6*
6/7*
7/8*
NBIF
When the desired choice is displayed, press the SAVE key to save the parameters for this
SAT. This saves the FEC rate to use for this SAT.
If you want to edit any of the default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
3.3.4.7. NID
Enter or edit the best Network ID 4 digit HEX value for the receiver used to which is used to
identify & track this satellite.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit (only valid HEX values 0-F will be displayed).
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 4 digits have been set to the desired NID for this satellite
selection. Press the SAVE key to save the NID parameter for this SAT.
5. If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
6. If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
3.3.5.
SAT2 - Second Satellite Parameters
Access all of the SAT2 individual parameters via a sub menu. If a second SAVED satellite is not needed,
preset SAT2 to empty/blank so NEXT will skip over this selection when you are switching satellites.
All of the SAT2 parameters are set exactly the same way that the SAT1 parameters were set, but would be set
to different choices. Refer to the parameter setting information in the SAT1 – First Satellite Parameters
paragraphs to set PRESET, NAME, LON, RHCP freq, BAUD, FEC, and NID for a second satellite that you wish to
use periodically.
3.3.6.
SAT3 - Third Satellite Parameters
Access all of the SAT3 individual parameters via a sub menu. If a third SAVED satellite is not needed, preset
SAT3 to empty/blank so NEXT will skip over this selection when you are switching satellites.
All of the SAT3 parameters are set exactly the same way that the SAT1 parameters were set, but would be set
to different choices. Refer to the parameter setting information in the SAT1 – First Satellite Parameters
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paragraphs to set PRESET, NAME, LON, RHCP freq, BAUD, FEC, and NID for a third satellite that you wish to
use periodically.
3.3.7.
SAT4 - Fourth Satellite Parameters
Access all of the SAT4 individual parameters via a sub menu. If a forth SAVED satellite is not needed, preset
SAT4 to empty/blank so NEXT will skip over this selection when you are switching satellites.
All of the SAT4 parameters are set exactly the same way that the SAT1 parameters were set, but would be set
to different choices. Refer to the parameter setting information in the SAT1 – First Satellite Parameters
paragraphs to set PRESET, NAME, LON, RHCP freq, BAUD, FEC, and NID for a forth satellite that you wish to
use periodically.
3.3.8.
SAT5 - Fifth Satellite Parameters
Access all of the SAT5 individual parameters via a sub menu. If a fifth SAVED satellite is not needed, preset
SAT5 to empty/blank so NEXT will skip over this selection when you are switching satellites.
All of the SAT5 parameters are set exactly the same way that the SAT1 parameters were set, but would be set
to different choices. Refer to the parameter setting information in the SAT1 – First Satellite Parameters
paragraphs to set PRESET, NAME, LON, RHCP freq, BAUD, FEC, and NID for a fifth satellite that you wish to
use periodically.
3.3.9.
SAT6 - Sixth Satellite Parameters
Access all of the SAT6 individual parameters via a sub menu. If a sixth SAVED satellite is not needed, preset
SAT6 to empty/blank so NEXT will skip over this selection when you are switching satellites.
All of the SAT6 parameters are set exactly the same way that the SAT1 parameters were set, but would be set
to different choices. Refer to the parameter setting information in the SAT1 – First Satellite Parameters
paragraphs to set PRESET, NAME, LON, RHCP freq, BAUD, FEC, and NID for a sixth satellite that you wish to
use periodically.
3.3.10.
FACTORY SETTINGS
Accessing the Factory Settings parameters should ONLY be done by a qualified technician from an
authorized Sea Tel dealer. The Antenna Model and Serial Number information is located on a sticker which
can be found on top of the electronics enclosure. The parameters are:
3.3.10.1.
Serial Number
This parameter sets Serial Number of the Antenna Pedestal into the PCU memory. The serial
number starts with 98 followed by 6 digits that are editable. This parameter allows the serial number
of the antenna to be displayed on the display of the Antenna Control Panel during the initialization
process.
NOTE: The Serial Number parameter setting is saved in the PCU, therefore,
MUST be set whenever the PCU is changed.
After this parameter has been set correctly, it must be SAVED in the PCU.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 6 digits have been set to the correct Serial Number of
the antenna pedestal that this PCU is mounted on. Press the SAVE key to save
the Serial Number parameter.
5. Press SAVE again to exit the sub-menu and return to the FACTORY SETTINGS
main menu display. From there you can press the ▲ arrow key to go UP through
the SAT numeric menu choices.
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3.3.10.2.
MODEL CONFIGURATION
This parameter sets all of the internal drive, scale factor and limits for the motors, gear ratios and
sensors FOR THIS MODEL ANTENNA.
NOTE: The MODEL parameter setting is saved in the PCU, therefore, MUST be
set whenever the PCU is changed.
WARNING: Improper setting of this parameter WILL cause the antenna to
malfunction.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
Once selected, press ▼ arrow to select the base model of either C14 or ST14
Then Press the ▲arrow keys to scroll through a list of model configuration choices. The
current choices are blank, M, or D.
•
ST14/C14 : Single Receiver Configuration
•
ST14M/C14M: Multiple receiver Configuration
• ST14D/C14D: DiSEqC compatible Configuration (Dish Network, Bell TV)
When the correct base model and model configuration value(s) are displayed, press the
SAVE key to save to memory. As mentioned earlier this saves the drive, scale factors
and limits for this antenna. If this parameter is NOT set correctly, the antenna
WILL malfunction.
3.3.10.3.
LAT (Ships Latitude)
This parameter is automatically set by the GPS antenna mounted on the pedestal inside the radome.
The GPS input enables the antenna to quickly & accurately target satellites (SAT1 – SAT6).
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press▼ & ▲arrow
keys to increment/decrement this digit.
4. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next character to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to toggle this character between N (North) and S (South).
5. Press the SAVE key to save the current ships latitude in the LAT parameter.
3.3.11.
LON (Ships Longitude)
This parameter is automatically set by the GPS antenna mounted on the Coastal pedestal inside the
radome. The GPS input enables the antenna to quickly & accurately target satellites (SAT1 – SAT6)
when you press the NEXT key on the Antenna Control Panel.
1. Press the NEXT key to SELECT this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the leftmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the right. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow
keys to increment/decrement this digit.
4. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the right. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow
keys to increment/decrement this digit.
5. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next character to the right. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to toggle this character between E (East) and W (West).
6. Press the SAVE key to save the current ships longitude in the LON parameter.
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3.3.11.1.
Latitude Ranges:
The three latitude ranges in the “LAT-THRESH OFFSET TABLE” are defined by setting 2 system parameters,
“Low Lat Lim” and “High Lat Lim”.
3.3.11.1.1.
Lower Latitude Range
The LOW LAT LIM parameter defines
the “Lower” Latitude Limitation Range
and is entered using any whole degree
from 0-90. The LOW LAT LIM
parameter sets the highest latitude
position of the lower latitude range.
Therefore the lower latitude range will
be any latitude range from 0° to LOW
Figure 3-1 Lower Latitude Range
LAT LIM parameter. While in this range,
the system will use the parameter
entered for LOW LAT OFFSET for calculating the tracking threshold
Example: To define a Lower Latitude Range of 0° to 35°, enter a LOW LAT LIM parameter
value of 35.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
4. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
5. Press the SAVE key to save the desired parameter
3.3.11.1.2.
Middle Latitude Range
The “Middle” Latitude Limitation Range
is defined by the values set for the LOW
LAT LIM and HIGH LAT LIM
parameters. The HIGH LAT LIM
parameter sets the highest latitude
position of the Middle latitude range
while the LOW LAT LIM parameter
entered sets the lowest latitude
Figure 3-2 Middle Latitude Range
position of the Middle latitude range.
Therefore the Middle latitude range will be any latitude position from the LOW LAT LIM
parameter to the HIGH LAT LIM parameter. Example: To define a Middle Latitude range of
35° to 45°, enter a HIGH LAT LIM of 45 and enter a LOW LAT LIM of 35° While in this range
the system will use the parameter entered for MID LAT OFFSET for calculating the tracking
threshold.
3.3.11.1.3.
Upper Latitude Range
The HIGH LAT LIM parameter defines the
“Upper” Latitude Limitation Range and is any
whole degree from1-90. The HIGH LAT LIM
parameter sets the lowest latitude position of
the Upper latitude range. Therefore the upper
latitude range will be any latitude range from
HIGH LAT LIM to 90°. Example: To define an
upper Latitude Range of 45° to 90°, enter a HIGH
LAT LIM of 45. While in this range the system
will use the parameter entered for HIGH LAT
OFFSET for calculating the tracking threshold.
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Figure 3-3 Upper Latitude Range
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3.3.11.2.
LOW/MID/HI LAT OFFSET (Threshold Offset)
The threshold-offset parameters are an AGC value from 0-255 that is summed to the average noise
floor, to properly calculate the systems tracking signal threshold every time the system is
commanded to Target or Search for a desired satellite.
Example: If the Averaged noise floor is 1100 AGC counts and the Threshold Offset value is 40, the
resultant AGC threshold would be set to 1140 counts, thereby triggering the Tracking status for any
AGC value1141 or higher.
Figure 3-4 Threshold Offset Regions
3.3.11.2.1.
LOW LAT OFFSET
The LOW LAT OFFS parameter defines what threshold offset value parameter is used when
the vessel is located within the Lower Latitude Range.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
4. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
5. Press the SAVE key to save this parameter to memory.
3.3.11.2.2.
MID LAT OFFSET
The MID LAT OFFS parameter defines what threshold offset value parameter is used when
the vessel is located within the Middle Latitude Range.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
4. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
5. Press the SAVE key to save this parameter to memory.
3.3.11.2.3.
HIGH LAT OFFSET
The HIGH LAT OFFS parameter defines what threshold offset value parameter is used when
the vessel is located within the Upper Latitude Range.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
4. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
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5.
Press the SAVE key to save this parameter to memory
To operate the system in the mode previously known as Auto Threshold set all three
threshold offset parameters to the same value, thereby using the same Thresh Offset parameter
value regardless of the vessels Geo Location.
3.4.
Saving the SETUP Parameters
When you have completed setting the desired parameters above, Press and Hold SAVE for 6 seconds to save the
changes you have made to the settings and exit SETUP Mode. “Settings Saved” will be displayed.
If you do NOT want to save the changes to NVRAM, Press SAVE +▲ to exit SETUP Mode without permanently saving
any parameter changes.
NOTE: You will save individual set-up parameter settings as you modify them in the procedure
below (quick presses of the SAVE key). These will only save the settings until POWER is cycled to
the antenna.
When you are finished making all of your desired changes, you MUST press and hold the SAVE
key for three seconds to write the changes you have made to memory (“Settings Saved” will be
displayed) in the PCU, so they will be available after POWER has been cycled to the antenna.
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4.
Setup for Model ST14E
Setup for Model ST14E
4.1.
1.
2.
4.2.
System Checkout
Press the POWER key on the antenna control panel. The display should report model and software versions,
verifying the DC power connection between the antenna control panel and the antenna pedestal assembly.
Turn power ON to the satellite receiver and the TV monitor. The television may now be displaying “searching
for satellite signal” verifying proper video connections between the receiver and the monitor.
Initial Factory Setup
Your system comes from the factory preprogrammed for the following satellites:
SATA HtBd13
Hot Bird @ 13E
SATB Astr19
Astra1 @ 19E
SATC Astr28
Astra2 @ 28E
If you want to change this programming refer to the paragraphs below.
4.3.
Changing the Initial Factory Setup
If you want to change the order of the initial setup of satellites, remove unused satellites or add/replace with new
satellites then refer to the paragraphs below.
Press and hold SAVE + ▼ for 6 seconds to access SETUP Mode. “Setup Mode” will be displayed on the first line of the
display while the panel is in SETUP Mode.
Use the ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to scroll down & up through the Setup parameters listed below.
NOTE: You will save individual set-up parameter settings as you modify them in the procedure
below (quick presses of the SAVE key). These will only save the settings until POWER is cycled to
the antenna.
When you are finished making all of your desired changes, you MUST press and hold the SAVE
key for six seconds, “Settings Saved” will be displayed. Saving writes all of the parameters,
including the ones you have changed, to memory in the PCU so they will be available after POWER has
been cycled to the antenna.
4.3.1.
1.
2.
3.
4.
4.3.2.
Adjusting Panel Brightness
Press the NEXT key to select this parameter for adjustment.
Once selected, press ▲& ▼ arrow keys to adjust the backlighting illumination of the display to
desired level. Each key press steps the value 8 counts.
Then press the SAVE key to save the adjusted setting.
Press the ▼ arrow key to go to the next parameter.
Setting Auto Threshold for Proper Tracking
Auto Threshold needs to be set to about 1/3rd of the difference in AGC between noise floor (OFF satellite)
signal level and peak (ON satellite) signal level. The most common value for the Coastal 14 is 60.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this parameter for adjustment.
2. Once selected, press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to increment/decrement the indicated digit to the desired
value.
3. Press NEXT to move the adjustment cursor to the next character to be edited. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow
keys to increment/decrement the indicated character to the desired value.
4. Repeat the previous step until all desired character positions have been edited.
5. Then press the SAVE key once to save this setting.
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6.
4.3.3.
ST14 Ku-Band TVRO
Press the ▼ arrow key to go to the next parameter.
SATA - First Satellite Parameters
Access all of the SATA individual parameters via a sub menu. Choices are:
4.3.3.1. PRESET
This choice presets all of the other sub-menu parameters to factory defaults for the satellite you
choose to set this SAT to.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this parameter for adjustment.
2. Once selected, press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to scroll through a list of choices which this SAT
can be preset to. This list may change in future software revisions. The current choices
are:
Empty
Blanks/zeroes all parameters for this satellite, so switching satellites
(NEXT) will skip over the satellites you don’t want (if you only use
ONE satellite, you should preset all of the other SAT selections to
be empty/blank).
HtBd13
Hot Bird @ 13E
Astr19
Astra1 @ 19E
Astr28
Astra2 @ 28E
TkSt42
TurkSat @ 42E
3. When the desired choice is displayed, press the SAVE key to save the parameters for this
SAT. This saves the DEFAULT Satellite Name, Satellite Longitude, Lo Band and Hi Band
Horizontal frequencies, Vertical frequencies, Baud rates, FEC rates, and Network ID’s.
4. If you want to edit any of the default values that are loaded with preset, press the ▼
arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
5. If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
4.3.3.2. NAME
Enter or edit the 6 character Name you want to use for this saved satellite.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the leftmost character. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this character.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next character to the right. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this character.
4. Continue editing characters (6 max) until all desired characters have been set to create the
NAME you want to use for this satellite selection. Press the SAVE key to save the NAME
parameter for this SAT.
5. If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼ arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
6.
If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
4.3.3.3. LON
Enter or edit the Longitude position of this satellite. Range of acceptable values are 0-180, East or
West (E or W).
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the East/West hemisphere character. Press ▼ & ▲arrow keys to
set this character to the desired hemisphere (E/W).
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the number digit to the right. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
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4.
5.
6.
Continue editing until all 3 digits have been set to the Longitude (0-180) position of this
satellite selection. Press the SAVE key to save the LON parameter for this SAT.
If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼ arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
4.3.3.4. Lo Band Vertical Frequency
Enter or edit the Ku Lo Band Vertical Frequency (in MHz) for the receiver to use to track this
satellite. Range of acceptable frequency input is 950-2150 MHz.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 4 digits have been set to the desired tracking Frequency for this
satellite selection. Press the SAVE key to save the FREQ parameter for this SAT.
5. If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼ arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
6.
If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
4.3.3.5. Hi Band Vertical Frequency
Enter or edit the Ku Hi Band Vertical Frequency (in MHz) for the receiver to use to track this
satellite. Range of acceptable frequency input is 950-2150 MHz.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 4 digits have been set to the desired tracking Frequency for this
satellite selection. Press the SAVE key to save the FREQ parameter for this SAT.
5. If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼ arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the submenu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼ arrow
key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
4.3.3.6. Lo Band Horizontal Frequency
Enter or edit the Ku Lo Band Horizontal Frequency (in MHz) for the receiver to use to track this
satellite. Range of acceptable frequency input is 950-2150 MHz.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 4 digits have been set to the desired tracking Frequency for this
satellite selection. Press the SAVE key to save the FREQ parameter for this SAT.
5. If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼ arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
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If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the submenu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼ arrow
key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
4.3.3.7. Hi Band Horizontal Frequency
Enter or edit the Ku Hi Band Horizontal Frequency (in MHz) for the receiver to use to track this
satellite. Range of acceptable frequency input is 950-2150 MHz.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 4 digits have been set to the desired tracking Frequency for this
satellite selection. Press the SAVE key to save the FREQ parameter for this SAT.
5. If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼ arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
6.
If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
4.3.3.8. Lo Band BAUD Rate
Enter or edit the Lo Band Baud rate for the receiver to use for this satellite. Range of acceptable
input is 5000-30000 symbols per second.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 5 digits have been set to the desired Baud rate for this satellite
selection. Press the SAVE key to save the BAUD parameter for this SAT.
5. If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼ arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
6.
If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
4.3.3.9. Hi Band BAUD Rate
Enter or edit the Hi Band Baud rate for the receiver to use for this satellite. Range of acceptable
input is 5000-30000 symbols per second.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 5 digits have been set to the desired Baud rate for this satellite
selection. Press the SAVE key to save the BAUD parameter for this SAT.
5. If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼ arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
6.
If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
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4.3.3.10.
Setup for Model ST14E
Lo Band FEC Rate
Enter or edit the Lo Band Forward Error Correction rate for the receiver to use for this satellite.
This choice presets all of the other sub-menu parameters to factory defaults for the satellite you
choose to set this SAT to.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this parameter for adjustment.
2. Once selected, press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to scroll through a list of choices which this SAT
can be preset to. This list may change in future software revisions. The current choices
are:
AUTO
Automatically scans through all the standard DVB & DSS FEC rates.
1/2
2/3
3/4
5/6
6/7
7/8
AUTO*
Automatically scans through all the available forced * (star’ed) FEC
rates. If the satellite does not generate an NID but does have a
unique combination of FREQ, BAUD and FEC lock, select the
appropriate FEC* choice from this list. The system will then
generate its own unique forced NID to represent the desired
satellite. You will need to enter this pseudo NID in the NID setting
below.
1/2*
2/3*
3/4*
5/6*
6/7*
7/8*
3. When the desired choice is displayed, press the SAVE key to save the parameters for this
SAT. This saves the FEC rate to use for this SAT.
4. If you want to edit any of the default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
5. If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
4.3.3.11.
Hi Band FEC Rate
Enter or edit the Hi Band Forward Error Correction rate for the receiver to use for this satellite.
This choice presets all of the other sub-menu parameters to factory defaults for the satellite you
choose to set this SAT to.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this parameter for adjustment.
2. Once selected, press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to scroll through a list of choices which this SAT
can be preset to. This list may change in future software revisions. The current choices
are:
AUTO
Automatically scans through all the standard DVB & DSS FEC rates.
1/2
2/3
3/4
5/6
6/7
7/8
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ST14 Ku-Band TVRO
AUTO*
3.
4.
5.
Automatically scans through all the available forced * (star’ed) FEC
rates. If the satellite does not generate an NID but does have a
unique combination of FREQ, BAUD and FEC lock, select the
appropriate FEC* choice from this list. The system will then
generate its own unique forced NID to represent the desired
satellite. You will need to enter this pseudo NID in the NID setting
below.
1/2*
2/3*
3/4*
5/6*
6/7*
7/8*
When the desired choice is displayed, press the SAVE key to save the parameters for this
SAT. This saves the FEC rate to use for this SAT.
If you want to edit any of the default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
4.3.3.12.
Lo Band NID
Enter or edit the Lo Band Network ID 4 digit HEX value for the receiver used to Identify & track
this satellite.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit (only valid HEX values 0-F will be displayed).
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 4 digits have been set to the desired NID for this satellite
selection. Press the SAVE key to save the NID parameter for this SAT.
5. If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
6.
If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
4.3.3.13.
Hi Band NID
Enter or edit the Hi Band Network ID 4 digit HEX value for the receiver used to Identify & track
this satellite.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit (only valid HEX values 0-F will be displayed).
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 4 digits have been set to the desired NID for this satellite
selection. Press the SAVE key to save the NID parameter for this SAT.
5. If you want to edit any of the other default values that are loaded with preset, press the
▼arrow key to go to the next sub-menu parameter.
6. If you do not want to edit any other sub-menu parameters, press SAVE again to exit the
sub-menu and return to the SAT main menu display. From there you can press the ▼
arrow key to go to next SAT numeric menu choice or to the Factory Settings menu choice.
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4.3.4.
Setup for Model ST14E
SATB - Second Satellite Parameters
Access all of the SATB individual parameters via a sub menu. If a second SAVED satellite is not needed,
preset SATB to “Empty” so when the NEXT key is pressed the antenna will not search for any unwanted
satellite(s)
All of the SATB parameters are set exactly the same way that the SATA parameters were set, but would be set
to different choices. Refer to the parameter setting information in the SATA – First Satellite Parameters
paragraphs to set PRESET, NAME, LON, Lo Band and Hi Band VERT freq’s, HORZ freq’s, BAUD’s, FEC’s, and
NID’s for the second satellite you wish to use periodically.
4.3.5.
SATC - Third Satellite Parameters
Access all of the SATC individual parameters via a sub menu. If a third SAVED satellite is not needed, preset
SATC to “Empty” so when the NEXT key is pressed the antenna will not search for any unwanted satellite(s).
All of the SATC parameters are set exactly the same way that the SATA parameters were set, but would be
set to different choices. Refer to the parameter setting information in the SATA – First Satellite Parameters
paragraphs to set PRESET, NAME, LON, Lo Band and Hi Band VERT freq’s, HORZ freq’s, BAUD’s, FEC’s, and
NID’s for the third satellite you wish to use periodically.
4.3.6.
FACTORY SETTINGS
Accessing the Factory Settings parameters should ONLY be done by a qualified technician from an
authorized Sea Tel dealer. The Model Serial Number can be found on the blue and silver label below the
reflector, on the blue frame of the pedestal. The parameters are:
4.3.6.1.
Serial Number
This parameter sets Serial Number of the Antenna Pedestal into the PCU memory. The serial
number starts with 98 followed by 6 digits that are editable. This parameter allows the serial number
of the antenna to be displayed on the display of the Antenna Control Panel during the initialization
process.
NOTE: The Serial Number parameter setting is saved in the PCU, therefore,
MUST be set whenever the PCU is changed.
After this parameter has been set correctly, it must be SAVED in the PCU.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the rightmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the digit to the left. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to increment/decrement this digit.
4. Continue editing until all 6 digits have been set to the correct Serial Number of
the antenna pedestal that this PCU is mounted on. Press the SAVE key to save
the Serial Number parameter.
5. Press SAVE again to exit the sub-menu and return to the FACTORY SETTINGS
main menu display. From there you can press the ▲ arrow key to go UP through
the SAT numeric menu choices.
4.3.6.2.
MODEL COASTAL ##
***The Model Configuration Sub-Menu is a Read Only parameter in this Version of Software.***
This parameter sets all of the internal drive, scale factor and limits for the motors, gear ratios and
sensors.
4.3.6.3.
LAT (Ships Latitude)
This parameter is automatically set by the GPS antenna mounted on the Coastal pedestal inside the
radome. The GPS input enables the antenna to quickly & accurately target satellites (SATA – SATC)
when you press the NEXT key on the Antenna Control Panel.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
4.3.6.4.
1. Press the NEXT key to SELECT this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
A cursor will appear under the leftmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the right. Press▼ & ▲arrow
keys to increment/decrement this digit.
Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next character to the right. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to toggle this character between N (North) and S (South).
Press the SAVE key to save the current ships latitude in the LAT parameter.
LON (Ships Longitude)
This parameter is automatically set by the GPS antenna mounted on the Coastal pedestal inside the
radome. The GPS input enables the antenna to quickly & accurately target satellites (SATA – SATC)
when you press the NEXT key on the Antenna Control Panel.
1. Press the NEXT key to select this sub-menu parameter for adjustment.
2. A cursor will appear under the leftmost digit. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow keys to
increment/decrement this digit.
3. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the right. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow
keys to increment/decrement this digit.
4. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next digit to the right. Press ▼ & ▲ arrow
keys to increment/decrement this digit.
5. Press the NEXT key to move the cursor to the next character to the right. Press ▼ & ▲
arrow keys to toggle this character between E (East) and W (West).
6. Press the SAVE key to save the current ships longitude in the LON parameter.
4.4.
Saving the SETUP Parameters
When you have completed setting the desired parameters above, Press and Hold SAVE for 6 seconds to save the
changes you have made to the settings and exit SETUP Mode. “Settings Saved” will be displayed.
If you do NOT want to save the changes to NVRAM, Press SAVE +▲ to exit SETUP Mode without permanently saving
any parameter changes.
NOTE: You will save individual set-up parameter settings as you modify them in the procedure
below (quick presses of the SAVE key). These will only save the settings until POWER is cycled to
the antenna.
When you are finished making all of your desired changes, you MUST press and hold the SAVE
key for six seconds to write the changes you have made to memory (“Settings Saved” will be
displayed) in the PCU, so they will be available after POWER has been cycled to the antenna.
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5.
Maintenance
Maintenance
5.1.
Warranty Information
Sea Tel Inc. supports its Coastal Series systems with a warranty program unsurpassed in the industry. These systems
are backed by a TWO YEAR full warranty on parts and a ONE YEAR warranty on labor.
What’s Covered by the Limited Warranty?
The Sea Tel Coastal Series Limited Warranty is applicable for parts and labor coverage to the complete antenna
system, including all above-decks equipment (radome, pedestal, antenna, motors, electronics, wiring, etc.) and the
antenna control panel. It does not include television sets, DBS/DTH receivers, multi-switches or other distribution
equipment, whether or not supplied by Sea Tel. Televisions, DBS/DTH receivers and accessories are covered by the
applicable warranties of the respective manufacturers.
Factory refurbished components used to replace systems parts under this warranty are covered by this same warranty
as the original equipment for the balance of the original warranty term, or ninety (90) days from the date of
replacement, whichever occurs last. Original Installation of the Coastal Series system must be accomplished by or
under the supervision of an authorized Sea Tel dealer for the Sea Tel Limited Warranty to be valid and in force.
Please refer to the complete warranty information included with your system.
5.2.
Who to contact for repairs
Should technical assistance be required to repair your system, the first contact should be to the agent/dealer you
purchased the equipment from. Please record their contact information below for future reference. Repairs to your
Coastal Series system must be accomplished by or under the supervision of an authorized Sea Tel dealer for the Sea
Tel Limited Warranty to be valid and in force.
Agent/Dealer: _________________________________________
Address:
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
Phone: ______________________ Fax: ____________________
Sea Tel can recommend local dealers that can provide service in your local area that can be contacted for assistance.
You can contact us directly at either of the locations below;
Sea Tel, Inc.
4030 Nelson Avenue
Concord, CA 94520 USA
Tel:
925-798-7979
Fax:
925-798-7986
Toll Free: 1-888-798-7979
Email: satcom.concordsupport1@cobham.com
http://www.seatel.com
Sea Tel Europe
Unit 1 Orion Industrial Centre
Wide Lane Swaythling
Southampton, UK S018 2HJ
Tel: +44 (0)23 80 671155
Fax: +44 (0)23 80 671166
e-mail: satcom.southamptonsupport@cobham.com
5-1
Maintenance
5.3.
ST14 Ku-Band TVRO
Replacing an LNB
Follow the procedure below to install a Ku-Band circular receive DLA LNB Sea Tel P/N 115075-2.
Unless otherwise noted, apply adhesive to all hardware per Sea Tel Specification Document 121730
1. Turn the power Off to the Antenna
2. Remove radome top.
You may need to rotate the antenna to gain access
the back of the reflector.
3.
Using a 7/16” Wrench, remove the Coax(es)
connected to the LNB.
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4.
5.
6.
Maintenance
Using a Phillips head screw driver, remove
the screws that secure the LNB to the
reflector assembly.
Remove LNB and place aside.
Install replacement LNB into mounting
collar as secure using the screws that were
loosened in step 4.
5-3
Maintenance
7.
5.4.
ST14 Ku-Band TVRO
Reconnect and secure coax(es) removed
earlier.
Preventive Maintenance
As needed - Clean the outside surface of the radome with warm soapy water to remove dust, grime and salt residue.
There is no other preventive maintenance required
5.5.
Fault Isolation/Trouble-shooting
The following table is provided to help isolate problems in the Coastal Series Antenna system.
Symptom
Possible Fault
Antenna tracking but receiver not
providing desired programming
1.
2.
Antenna tracking, receiver only gets
some desired channels
1.
2.
3.
Intermittent freeze-framing of picture
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Incorrect satellite. Press NEXT to search for desired satellite
Receiver fault. Refer to receiver manual for operation and
testing.
May be in weak area of footprint.
Receiver may not be generating correct voltage or tone
output. Refer to receiver manual for operation and testing.
Receiver may not be passing voltage or tone output. Contact
your dealer/agent.
LNB assembly failure. Contact your dealer/agent.
Check for blockage
May be in weak area of footprint.
Receiver may not be generating correct voltage or tone
output. Refer to receiver manual for operation and testing.
Check all coax cables for poor connection
Possible receiver failure. Contact your dealer/agent.
Possible antenna failure. Contact your dealer/agent.
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Antenna does not come on when the
ON key is pressed
Maintenance
1.
2.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
2.
1.
Check +12 VDC input to antenna control panel.
Verify that all connections on the rear of the antenna control
panel are properly seated.
Check the 4A fuse in the rear panel of the antenna control
panel
Call dealer/agent for further assistance
Assure that the satellite receiver is turned ON
Check for blockage
Assure correct starting elevation
May be out of satellite footprint
Check all coax cables for poor connection
Call dealer/agent for further assistance
Cycle antenna power OFF/ON to reinitialize the antenna.
Call dealer/agent for further assistance
Call dealer/agent for further assistance
1.
2.
Check all coax cables for poor connection
Call dealer/agent for further assistance
3.
Antenna doesn’t track any satellites
(constantly searching)
Antenna in constant UNWRAP
Antenna tracks well at the pier, but loses
the satellite when underway
Antenna does not stay on satellite at
pier, or underway
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6.
ST 14 Technical Specifications
ST 14 Technical Specifications
6.1.
Installed Weight
Total Weight (dry):
6.2.
Radome
Diameter
Height
Mounting
6.3.
Spun Aluminum reflector
14.5 inch (36.8cm)
Cassegrain feed with center focus splash plate
Circular ONLY
50 dB
US Circular LNB
Antenna C14E/ST14E
Type
Size
Feed
Polarization
Min EIRP
LNB
6.5.
16.5 inch (41.9cm)
18 inch (45.7cm)
Qty 4 6mm x 1.0 fasteners
Antenna C14(M/D)/ST14(M/D)
Type
Size
Feed
Polarization
Min EIRP
LNB
6.4.
15 lbs. (6.8 kg)
Spun Aluminum reflector
14.5 inch (36.8cm)
Cassegrain feed with center focus splash plate
(Manual) Linear ONLY
50 dB
Universal Single Flange Linear
Stabilized Pedestal
Type
Stabilization
Stab Accuracy
Level, Train Motors
Inertial Reference
Gravity Reference
Azimuth Reference
Stabilization rates
Roll/Pitch
AZ./Turn
Range of Motion
Elevation
Azimuth
Maximum Ship Motion
Roll
Pitch
Two-axis positioning (Elevation & Azimuth)
3 Dimensional Velocity mode Servo
1.5 degrees MAX, 0.7 degrees RMS in presence of specified ship
motions.
Size 23 DC Step Motors with PWM Microstep drive
3 single axis Solid State Silicon Rate Sensors
Two Axis Fluid Tilt Sensor
Closed Loop Tracking on Satellite signal
> 25 degrees / second
> 15 degrees / second
15 to 75 degrees
Unlimited
+/- 25 degrees
+/- 15 degrees
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Elevation Pointing
+/- 15 degrees of Roll
+/- 25 degrees of Roll
6.6.
35 to 60 degrees
40 to 50 degrees
US Circular LNB
Sea Tel Part Number:
Type:
LNB Manufacturer:
RF Frequencies:
IF Frequency:
LO Frequency:
Noise Figure:
Polarization modes:
Polarization control:
6.7.
ST14 Ku-Band TVRO
127444-1
Dual output
CAL AMP, but may vary
12.2 - 12.7 GHz
950 - 1450 MHz
11.250 GHz
1.1 dB max.
LHCP or RHCP circular
18VDC (LHCP) or 13VDC (RHCP) voltage switched in pedestal
DishPro Circular LNB
Sea Tel Part Number:
Type:
LNB Manufacturer:
RF Frequencies:
IF Frequency:
LO Frequency:
Noise Figure:
Polarization modes:
Polarization control:
6.7.1.
130210
Single output
DishPro, but may vary
12.2 - 12.7 GHz
950 - 1450 MHz
11.250 GHz
1.1 dB max.
LHCP or RHCP circular
18VDC (LHCP) or 13VDC (RHCP) voltage switched in pedestal
European Single Universal Linear LNB
Sea Tel Part Number:
Type:
LNB Manufacturer:
RF Frequencies:
IF Frequencies:
LO Frequencies:
Noise Figure:
127113-1
Single output
Invertro, but may vary
Low Band High Band
10.7 - 11.7 GHz
11.7 - 12.75 GHz
950 - 1950 MHz
1100 - 2150 MHz
9.75 GHz
10.6 GHz
0.3 dB typical (0.7dB Max)
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ST14 Ku-Band TVRO
6.7.2.
ST 14 Technical Specifications
Pedestal Control Unit
Features
Fully integrated controller, sensors, motor drivers, and RF signal
Tracking Receiver.
10” x 12 ½” x 2 1/2”
Size
6.7.3.
DVB Compliant Tracking Receiver
Internal Satellite Identification Receiver
Tuning range
Input RF Level
Output RF Level
Sensitivity
Bandwidth
Satellite ID
QPSK Demodulator
FEC Decoder
Pipeline Decoder
6.8.
Power Requirements
Voltage
Current
Transient Protection
Load Dump
Inductive coupling
Reverse Battery
6.9.
950 to 2150 MHz in 1 MHz increments in DVB Mode.
-85 to -25 dBm typical
Input level +/- 1 dB typical
25 mV / dB typical
7.5-30 MHz in DVB Mode.
Network ID for DVB signals. QPSK demodulator and FEC decoder
lock for DSS, or DVB without NID (forced NID).
3000 to 30000 baud (ksps)
1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 6/7, 7/8, Automatic.
DVB or DSS compliant.
11-16 VDC normal operating range
3.0 Amps nominal @ 13.8 VDC
60 volts
+/- 200v @ 1 uSec
Indefinite
Environmental
Temperature
Humidity
Rain
Wind
Corrosion
Ship Motions for specified pointing accuracy
Roll
Pitch
Yaw
Turning rate
-20 to +55 degrees C.
Up to l00% @ 40 degrees C.
Up to 4 inches per hour. Degraded RF performance when the
radome surface is wet.
Up to 100 MPH from any direction.
Parts are corrosion resistant or treated to endure effects of salt air
and salt spray.
+/-20 degrees with 8-12 sec periods
+/-10 degrees with 6-12 sec periods
+/-8 degrees with 15 to 20 sec periods
Up to 12 deg/sec.
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7.
Computer Interface
Computer Interface
A computer may be connected to the antenna control panel (via a 9 pin serial cable) to allow you to perform software updates
to the system, This connection may also provide access to ALL the parameter settings and to query the Coastal Series antenna
and view the responses it provides. The commands to set the parameters in the Coastal Series PCU are summarized below.
Monitor
@
@
V
P
R
S
G
H
q(k)
r(k)
c

d

Control
Function
Function
GPS receiver position
GPS memory position (second query)
Software version
Elevation, Azimuth, Polang, Relative
Signal level, Threshold, Network ID, Status
Serial Number
Roll and Pitch rate sensor position
Cross-level tilt, Level tilt, Auto Threshold, Pol Pot
(Sat k) Name, Longitude, Pol Offset
(Sat k) Tuning Freq, Alt Freq, Baud, FEC, NID
Low and High Latitude Limits
Low, Mid, & High Latitude Threshold Offsets
Response
DDmm,N,DDDmm,W,A cr>
DDd,N,DDDd,W,m cr>
Coastal nn Version 2.nn cr>
EDDDdADDDdpnnnnRDDDd cr>
LnnnntnnnnNxxxx @@@ k@@ cr>
SN98nnnnnn cr>
RxxxxPxxxx cr>
CxxxxLxxxxuddddOnnnn* cr>
aABCDEF gDDDdW o+nn* cr>
fnnnnhnnnnbnnnnnvXnxxxx cr>
L00DDH00DD cr>
L0nnnM0nnnH0nnn cr>
^0080
Start bootloader.
^0085
Toggle AGC Test Mode.
^0086
Disable DACP updates and enter diagnostic test mode.
^0090
Reboot PCU.
eDDd
Set elevation target to DD.d degrees.
jDDDd
Set pseudo azimuth target to DDD.d degrees.
lDDdNDDDdE
Set Location to DD.d N/S, DDD.d E/W.
mnn
Set Model type to nn (range is 18, 24, 30, 20 or 14).
pnnn
Set POLANG target to nnn degrees (0-359, nominal: 90, range: nom.+/- 120).
s98nnnnnn
Set Serial Number.
tnnnn
Set THRESHOLD to nnnn counts (0-4095).
unnn
Set Auto Threshold to nnn counts (range: 000 to 255, nominal: 100).
a(k)aaaaaa
Set Satellite (k) Name to aaaaaa.
b(k)nnnnn
Set Satellite (k) Baud (symbol) rate to nnnnn.
f(k)nnnn
Set Satellite (k) primary tuning frequency (950-2047)-(LHCP / Vertical).
g(k)DDDdE
Set Satellite (k) longitude to DDD.d E/W degrees.
h(k)nnnn
Set Satellite (k) alternate tuning frequency (950-2047)-(RHCP / Horizontal).
n(k)xxxx
Set Satellite (k) Network ID (NID) to xxxx (0000-FFFF).
o(k)[-]nn
Set Satellite (k) Polang Offset +/- nn degrees.
v(k)n
Set Satellite (k) FEC to n.
x1DD
Set LOW LAT LIMIT in degrees (0-90)
x2DD
Set HIGH LAT LIMIT in degrees (0-90)
y1nnn

Set Low Lat. THRESHOLD OFFSET in AGC counts (0-255)
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Computer Interface
ST14 Ku-Band TVRO
y2nnn
Set Mid Lat. THRESHOLD OFFSET in AGC counts (0-255)
y3nnn
Set High Lat. THRESHOLD OFFSET in AGC counts (0-255)
+/-
inc / dec pol trim.
C
Tracking / DishScan ON.
D
Tracking / DishScan OFF, Search OFF.
F
Update current sat as last viewed in flash.
N
Select next visible satellite.
W
Write parameters to NVRAM.
U
Y
Z
8/2
6/4
3/1
7
9
^0005
^0009
^000[4/6]
^000[8/2]
[ Pt 
Force Unwrap.
Restore DACP operation.
Send selected satellite tuning parameters to DVB receiver
Elevation UP / Down approx. 1 degree
Azimuth CCW / CW approx. 1 degree
AZ Rate Bias Up/ Down (Factory Diagnostics Only)
Toggle Search ON/OFF (Factory Diagnostics Only)
Reverse Search Azimuth Direction
Tilt Bias reset.
Set tilt Bias to current tilt readings (normalize tilt display).
Adjust Tilt Bias 1 degree Left / Right from current value.
Adjust Tilt Bias 1 degree Up / Down from current value.
DiSEqC target Sat command (EchoStar Auto mode), t = (Sat# - 1) x 2
Abbreviations and range of values (unless otherwise specified).
aaaa or aaaaa Alpha-Numeric characters (1-9, A-Z, a-z).
DDd or DDDd
Decimal degrees and tenths of degrees. Equal to DDD.d degrees.
DDmm or DDDmm
Degrees (DDD) and minutes (mm).
nnnn or nnnnn Decimal digits in counts. Range is 0-99, 0-255, 0-4095 or 0–32767.
xxxx
k
or cr
Hexadecimal digits. Range is 0000-FFFF.
Satellite index (1-6) or (a-c) Low band and (A-C) High Band.
Enter or Carriage Return.
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ST14 Ku-Band TVRO
7.1.1.
Computer Interface
Programming Instructions Coastal Series Pedestal Control Unit
These instructions apply to the Coastal Series antennas.
Electrical Hookup – Coastal ACP
1. Use a standard straight 9-pin serial cable (P/N
120643 or equiv.) connected between the
ACP (M&C Port) and a PC with an available
com port.
2.
3.
Obtain a Copy of the PCU .s19 file and save
in a convenient area such as the desktop or
in the same directory as the ProgTerm files.
4.
Click on the
“ProgTerm” icon to
open the ProgTerm program and verify the
build date is Mar 2007 or later
Programming Operation: PCU Software
5. From the CommPort menu, select the
correct ProgTerm programming mode and
destination. I.E. for a Coastal PCU click the
‘Coastal PCU Direct’ menu item. It is very
important to be sure that you have selected
the correct programming mode If you select
the incorrect destination and actively
override the self-check warnings, you will
most certainly render your system
inoperable
Check the status bar at the bottom edge of the
ProgTerm window. It displays the selected serial
interface (baud rate and port), the operating mode
(DAC Style), and program destination (ACU, PCU, or
DVB).
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Computer Interface
6.
ST14 Ku-Band TVRO
8.
From the “CommPort” menu, select
“Properties”.
Verify the correct COM port is selected.
Select correct Maximum Speed (9600 for
Coastal Series).
Press “OK” to confirm any changes.
9.
Power on ACP
7.
10. Click on the Paper Clip
button and then
click on the EyeBall
button in the tool
bar. This queries the Module Status and
Module Version. The responses will be the
Antenna Serial Number and Software
Version in the PCU (such as “Coastal Ver.
208”). Both of these requests must function
properly before you can continue.
If the PCU does not respond to a status request
(Paper Clip Button) the module may have been erased
by a previous action. It can still be programmed but
you need to contact the Service department for
further instructions.
11. Press ‘START’ to put the selected module
into programming mode. After 2 to 3
seconds, you should see an echo of similar to
the graphic on the right
0000 (Checksum of memory)
V13 (Bootloader version #)
12. Press ‘ERASE’ to clear the current Flash
program memory. The screen should now
respond ’^0578*’ for PCU programming. If it
responds with some other characters or the
‘*’ is not present, Press ‘ERASE’ again. Do
Not continue until a proper response is
achieved.
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ST14 Ku-Band TVRO
Computer Interface
13. Press ‘UPLOAD’ to begin sending the new
hex file program update to the ACU module.
A dialog box will appear to allow you to
select the file to be programmed.
14. Program Terminal will send the new file to
the desired module and you will see an
Upload dialog box with a “Cancel” button.
After the programming is complete, the pedestal will
reinitialize. Click the Paper Clip and then the Eye Ball
Buttons and both should respond with the Antenna
serial number and the software version that has been
installed.
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Computer Interface
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ST14 Ku-Band TVRO
8.
Drawings
Drawings
The following drawings are included with this manual for installation and maintenance reference.
8.1.
Drawing
129000
129007
129984
129264
129277
129280
129279
129283
130203
129284
129288
129285
130576
ST 14 Drawings
Title
ST14 Electronics Assembly
Yoke Base Assembly
Elevation/ Reflector Assembly
ST14M General Assembly
ST14M System Block Diagram
ST14D General Assembly
ST14D Electronics Assembly
Elevation/Reflector Assembly
ST14D System Block Diagram
ST14E General Assembly
ST14E Electronics Assembly
Elevation/Reflector Assembly
ST14E System Block Diagram
8-3
8-5
8-6
8-7
8-8
8-9
8-10
8-12
8-13
8-14
8-15
8-17
8-18
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8
6
7
4
5
3
NOTES:
1
2
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
Comant Industries, inc. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR WHOLE WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF Comant Industries, inc. IS PROHIBITED.
REVISIONS
DESCRIPTION
LTR
19
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
2X
18
3X 14
F
34
A
B
C
35
APPROVAL
DATE
RELEASED DRAWING
REF ECN 09-038
REF ECN 09-068
MN
03/24/09 DH 04/03/09
06/04/09 DH 06/09/09
1. ASSEMBLE PER AI ST129000
7
4X 14
F
4X 16
6
SUPPLIED WITH ITEM 6
OPTIONAL
?
2X
DETAIL A
SCALE 1 : 1
A
19 2X
GPS CONNECTION
E
2X 22
33
35
ENCODER CONNECTION
E
8X 20
2X 15
1
29 1" x 3"
5
D
4X
2X 23
2X
?
2X
22 2X
2X 24
34 2X
?
2X
6X 36
(1) SUPPLIED WITH ITEM 4
OPTIONAL
2
35
2X 21
4
C
3
19
4X
29
1" x 1"
30
26
30
B
25
8
119967
NUT, HEX, PANEL, 3/8-32
36
ST130759-1
RIVET BLIND 1/8" DIA X 3/8" LG
1
35
ST130986
BRACKET, PCU TO BOX
2
34
ST121228-3062
STANDOFF,HEX,F/F 6-32X .44L
6
35
ST114581-005
WASHER, SPRING LOCK, #4, S.S.
4
32
ST114588-105
SCREW, PAN HD, PHIL, 4-40 x 3/16 S.S.
2
33
ST119961-005
NUT, HEX SMALL PATTERN, 4-40, S.S.
1
30
ST129276
ELECTRONICS LID PANEL
1
29
ST129275-1
CONNECTOR, 90 DEG BNC
1
28
ST125244-1
HARDNESS ASS'Y, ENCODER
1
27
ST124077-5024
TAPE, ADHESIVE VHB
1
26
ST125968-2
HARNESS ASS'Y. PCU TO RECEIVER
1
25
ST126544-2
HARNESS ASS'Y. PCU 5V
2
24
ST119961-007
NUT, HEX, 6-32 SMALL PATTERN
2
23
ST119952-007
WASHER, STAR, INTERNAL TOOTH #6 S.S.
2
22
ST114588-148
SCREW,PAN HD,PHIL,6.32 X 1/2,S.S.
2
21
ST121228-3092
STANDOFF, HEX, F/F, 6-32 X.62L
12
20
ST110941-3
SCREW, JACK, 4-40 X 5/16
6
19
ST114588-144
SCREW, PAN HD, PHIL 6-32 X 1/4, S.S.
CABLE 90F TO 90F STACKER TO RF
2 PIECES
D
1) 1" x 1"
2) 1" x 3"
C
12
37
6
REV.
1.1
29
3
1
18
ST129003
1
17
ST129001
CABLE DE-9M TO DA-15F
4
16
ST128987-1
SCREW,M4-1.75 X 17.5MM TORX T-20
2
15
ST121228-3032
STANDOFF,HEX,F/F 6-32 X .25L
7
14
ST129010
RIVET BLIND 1/8" DIA X 1/4"
2
13
ST121228-3072
STANDOFF,HEX,F/F 6-32X .50L
1
12
ST125171-1
RF STACKER, L-BAND, 500 MHZ
1
11
ST128992-1
CABLE-TUNER OUT JUMPER
1
10
ST128991-1
CABLE-TUNER IN JUMPER
1
9
ST128990-1
CABLE-FSK OUT JUMPER
1
8
ST128962-1
ELECTRONICS COVER,PCU
ABS
1
7
ST128973-1
ENCLOSURE,FSK
5052-H32 PER QQ-A-250/8
1
6
ST125944-1
PCB ASS'Y MODEM, FSK,ADE,ST14
1
5
ST126248-5
PCU ASSY,DC-DC CONVERTER
1
4
ST122307-4
DVB RECEIVER ASSY
1
3
ST128972-1
ENCLOSURE, PCU
1
2
ST128981
PCU ASSEMBLY
MTG PANEL,ELECTRONICS
1
1
ST128974-1
QTY
ITEM NO.
PART NUMBER
ST129000
.60
DWG NO
13 2X
B
5052-H32 PER QQ-A-250/8
DESCRIPTION
MATERIAL
PARTS LIST
9
PART No. ST129000
18
A
2X 22
2X
34
35
11
10
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ON DECIMALS
.X
.03
.XX
.01 .XXX
.005
1/32 ANGLES
FRACTIONS
1
PER
ANSIB46.1
125
MACHINE FINISH
REMOVE BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES .015 MAX
MEET DIMENSIONS BEFORE PLATING
DIMENSIONS ARE PER ASME Y14.5M
MATERIAL :
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DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
8
7
6
5
4
3
CONTRACT NO.
Comant Industries, Inc.
APPROVALS
DATE
DRAWN
J.LITZINGER
1/6/09
CHECK
P.PERREAULT
4/3/09
ENGR
D.HOLLOWAY
4/2/09
MFG
J.JONES
4/2/09
QC
S.ADAMS
4/3/09
2
ST14M ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLY
DWG
SIZE
CODE IDENT
D 51351
SCALE: --
DWG. NO.
REV.
ST129000
CAD FILE: --
C
SHEET : 1 OF 2
1
A
8
6
7
4
5
3
1
2
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
Comant Industries, inc. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR WHOLE WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF Comant Industries, inc. IS PROHIBITED.
REVISIONS
DESCRIPTION
LTR
DATE
APPROVAL
SEE REVISIONS ON SHEET 1
NOTES:
F
DVB RECEIVER PCB ASSEMBLY
P/N ST122307-4
P/N 125171-1
P/N ST127444-1(REF)
P/N ST129002
P/N ST128991-1
(ITEM 10)
P/N 129003
(ITEM 19)
P/N ST129002
P/N ST128992-1
(ITEM 11)
IDC
10 POS WHT
P/N ST125968-2
(ITEM 28)
1
IN
2
OUT
IDC
7 PIN WHT
PCU ASSEMBLY
P/N 128981
6
SEL
5
SK
3
3
SDO
4
4
SDI
5
7
GND
6
1
14V
7
2
AGC
F
8
9
10
GPS ANTENNA
P/N ST121966-6(REF)
E
5V DC2DC P.S.
126248-5
1
2
BNC
GPS RX
P/N ST126544-2
(ITEM 27)
3
P/N ST129263-1(REF)
E
+5v
+14V
ST125244-1
(ITEM 30)
GND
DE-9P
DE-9P
D
D
ENC
DE-9S
7
DE-9S
S4
8
+12V
6
S3
EL
2
S2
3
+12V
1
S1
DE-9S
7
S4
8
+12V
6
S3
2
S2
3
+12V
1
S1
15
+30V
AZ
DWG NO
C
DE-9S
129000
P/N ST128988-1(REF)
REV.
C
P/N ST128989-1(REF)
FSK MODEM / POWER ST14
P/N 125944-1 (ITEM 6)
IN
P/N ST129001 (ITEM 18)
7
P/N ST128971(REF)
P/N ST128990-1
(ITEM 9)
ROTARY JOINT
B
OUT
9
8
+5V
5
14
GND
4
13
TX+
3
6
TX-
2
5
RX-
1
7
RX+
B
-QTY
REQD
WIRING DIAGRAM
ITEM
NO
MATERIAL :
--
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
8
7
6
5
4
3
MATERIAL / SPECIFICATIONS
PARTS LIST
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ON DECIMALS
.03
.XX
.01 .XXX
.005
.X
1/32 ANGLES
FRACTIONS
1
PER
ANSIB46.1
125
MACHINE FINISH
REMOVE BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES .015 MAX
MEET DIMENSIONS BEFORE PLATING
DIMENSIONS ARE PER ASME Y14.5M
A
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
CONTRACT NO.
Comant Industries, Inc.
APPROVALS
DATE
ST14M ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLY
DRAWN
A
CHECK
ENGR
DWG
SIZE
MFG
CODE IDENT
D 51351
QC
SCALE: -2
DWG. NO.
REV.
ST129000
CAD FILE: --
C
SHEET : 2 OF 2
1
8
7
6
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
Comant Industries, inc. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR WHOLE WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF Comant Industries, inc. IS PROHIBITED.
LTR
8 2X
10
17
11
1. ASSEMBLE PER AI ST129007-1
4X
15
9
23
RELEASED DRAWING
B
C
REF ECN 09-036
REF ECN 09-053
D
APPROVAL
DATE
D ESCRIPTION
A
3/20/09
DH 4/03/09
MN
MN
6/02/09
DH 6/03/09
REF ECN 09-071
MN
8/26/09
DH 8/26/09
E
REF ECN 09-095
MN
9/28/09
RG 9/28/09
F
REF ECN 09-106
7/10/09 DH 7/15/09
F
6
4X
DE-9P
ENC
16
36
2X
26
9
PCU ASSEMBLY
P/N 128981(REF)
30
E
4
7
36 4X
12
4X
3
25
31
3X
22
ITEM NO.
PART NUMBER
4
1
6
D
C
QTY
2
1
3
1
1
34
4X
20
5
1
1
1
4
2
1
4
4
4
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
ST130865-A008
DELETED
ST114590-142
ST129269
ST119745-320
ST128968-1
ST128967-1
DELETED
DELETED
ST129273-1
ST129263-1
ST120490-140
DELETED
ST128987-1
ST129289
ST128977-2
ST129262-1
ST129009
ST128985-1
ST114580-230
ST128997
ST128999
ST128998
ST128978-1
ST128986-1
ST128989-1
ST128963-1
ST116903-14537
ST129278-1
ST128988-1
ST128961-1
ST128966-1
ST128976-1
ST128970-1
32 3X
19
B
*
SCREW, HEX HD, M3 X 3mm, SEMS
SCREW, SOCKET SET-CUP, 6-32 x1/8, SS
ADAPTER, TYPE F, F TO F
SCREW, PAN HD, PHIL, M5 X 10mm
BRG SPRING PLATE
BRG CENTER, RETAINER
POM COPOLYMER
POM COPOLYMER
BUMPER 7/8 DIA, BLACK
HARNESS ASS'Y ENCODER
SCREW,SHT METAL #4 x 3/8 CRES
D
SCREW,M4-1.75 X 17.5MM TORX T-20
ROTARY JOINT
BEARING,AZ
STANDOFF-ROTARY JOINT
POP RIVET CRES 1/8 DIA X .64
COUNTERWEIGHT, .44lb
WASHER FLAT, M4 18-8 SS
LOCKNUT NYLON,INSERT M6-1.0
WASHER FLAT,M6, 18-8
SCREW,HEX HEAD CAP,CRES, M6-1.0X20
IDLER PULLEY
CLIP BEARING
NEMA 17, HIGH TORQUE STEP
ARM,YOKE
BELT,TIMING,1/5 PITCH,145 GROOVES
PULLEY,10T, MODIFIED
NEMA 17, HIGH TORQUE STEP MOTOR
BASE,YOKE
AZIMUTH PULLEY
MTG BRACKET, AZ
RADOME, 16" BOTTOM
F
6
23
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
20
19
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REV.
8
5
POM HOMOPOLYMER
290XL
DWG NO
E
ST129007
34
1
2
3
REVISIONS
NOTES: UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
F
4
5
PA 6/12 43% GFR
MATERIAL
PA 6/12 43% GFR
PA 6/12 43%GFR
B
DESCRIPTION
MATERIAL
PARTS LIST
1
27
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ON DECIMALS
.X
.03 .XX .01 .XXX
.005
13
FRACTIONS
14
A
25
PART No. ST129007-1
33
4X
MATERIAL :
3X
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
8
7
6
5
Comant Industries, Inc.
APPROVALS
1
ANGLES
PER ANSI- B46.1 DRAWN
J.LITZINGER
MACHINE FINISH 125
REMOVE BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES .015 MAX
MEET DIMENSIONS BEFORE PLATING
DIMENSIONS ARE PER ASME Y14.5M
4X
4X
1/32
CONTRACT NO.
4
DATE
11/21/08
CHECK
P.PERREAULT
4/3/09
ENGR
D.HOLLOWAY
4/2/09
MFG
J.JONES
4/2/09
QC
S.ADAMS
4/3/09
YOKE BASE ASSEMBLY
A
DWG
SIZE
CODE IDENT
C 51351
SCALE: 1:4
3
DWG. NO.
CAD FILE:
2
REV.
ST129007
F
SHEET : 1 OF 1
1
8
7
6
4
5
NOTES:
F
1.
1
2
3
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
Comant Industries, inc. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR WHOLE WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF Comant Industries, inc. IS PROHIBITED.
REVISIONS
LTR
7
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
B
REF ECN 09-113
3/19/09
DH 4/03/09
4X
15
ASSEMBLE PER AI ST128984-1
RELEASED DRAWING
APPROVAL
DATE
D ESCRIPTION
A
F
4X
16
4X
14
4
E
E
10
2X
D
13
2X
ST128984
11
2X
2
2
13
ST114588-146
2
12
ST128979-1
TAPE, VHB DIECUT
2
11
ST128979-2
TAPE, VHB DIE CUT
12
2
10
ST128987-1
SCREW,M4-1.75 X 17.5MM TORX T-20
2X
4
9
ST129006-1
NUT,HEX,M3,CRES
4
16
B18.22M - Plain washer, 3 mm, narrow
4
7
ST129005-1
4
15
M3
1
5
ST127444-1
LNBF MOD, DUAL DBS, CAL AMP
1
4
ST125824
FEED,14" ANTENNA,COASTAL 14
9
1
14
ST125686
REFLECTOR. 14.5 INCH MACHINING
4X
1
2
ST128965-1
ELEVATION PULLEY
PA 6/12 43%GFR
1
1
ITEM
NO.
ST128964-1
ELEVATION BRACKET
PA 6/12 43%GFR
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
MATERIAL
1
B
QTY.
SCREW, PAN HD, PHIL, 6-32 x 3/8, S.S.
DWG NO
C
REV.
B
D
SCREW,LOW HEAD SOCKET CAP M3 SIZE
-
B
PARTS LIST
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ON DECIMALS
.X
.03 .XX .01 .XXX
.005
5
FRACTIONS
A
1/32
11/20/08
CHECK
P.PERRAULT
03/04/09
ENGR
D.HOLLOWAY 04/02/09
MFG
J.JONES
04/02/09
QC
S.ADAMS
04/03/09
MATERIAL :
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
8
7
6
5
Comant Industries, Inc.
APPROVALS
1
ANGLES
PER ANSI- B46.1 DRAWN
J.LITZINGER
MACHINE FINISH 125
REMOVE BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES .015 MAX
MEET DIMENSIONS BEFORE PLATING
DIMENSIONS ARE PER ASME Y14.5M
PART No. ST128984-1
CONTRACT NO.
4
DATE
ELEVATION/REFLECTOR ASS'Y
A
DWG
SIZE
C
CODE IDENT
51351
SCALE: 1:2
3
DWG. NO.
CAD FILE:
2
REV.
ST128984
128984
B
SHEET : 1 OF 1
1
8
7
6
4
5
1
2
3
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
Comant Industries, inc. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR WHOLE WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF Comant Industries, inc. IS PROHIBITED.
REVISIONS
LTR
NOTES: UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
1. ASSEMBLE PER AI ST129264
2X 13
RELEASED DRAWING
REF ECN 09-037
REF ECN 09-057
D
E
REF ECN 09-098
REF ECN 09-105
F
2X 17
APPROVAL
DATE
D ESCRIPTION
A
B
C
20
3/24/09
DH 4/03/09
MN
6/5/09
DH 6/5/09
MN
7/30/09 DH 7/30/09
MN
9/30/09
RG 9/30/09
F
22 4X
21
TO ROTARY JOINT
13
2X
E
2X 22
E
20
10
4
VIEW A-A
VIEW B-B
10
17
2
6
22
ST114581-005
WASHER, SPRING LOCK, #4, S.S.
1
21
ST110026-3
ADAPTER, F, 90 °
6
20
ST114588-105
SCREW, PAN HD, PHIL, 4-40 x 3/16 S.S.
19
DELETED
1
18
ST129272-1
BUMPER 1/2 DIA, CLEAR
2
17
ST129002
CABLE ASSY-F(M) 90° - F (M) STRAIGHT
7
1
16
ST110959-2
DECAL,MODEL & P/N, LARGE
4X
1
15
ST118255
LABEL,MADE IN USA
1
14
ST117567-2
DECAL,CE CERTIFICATION, 3/4 IN.
8
6
13
ST128993-1
NYLON WIRE CLIP
2X
2
12
ST128994-1
NYLON SHIPPING LOCK
1
11
ST128979-3
VHB - DIECUT FOR GPS
1
10
ST121966-6
GPS ANTENNA RETERMINATED 32"
2
9
ST128995-1
SCREW,M8-3.5 X 19.5 REMFORM
2
8
ST129008-1
SCREW CAP HINGED, WHITE
4
7
ST128987-1
SCREW,M4-1.75 X 17.5MM TORX T-20
2
6
ST128980-1
ELEVATION PIVOT
1
5
ST116903-11537
BELT,TIMING,1/5 PITCH,115 GROOVES
1
4
ST128969-1
RADOME, TOP, 16"
1
3
ST129000
ST14M ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLY
1
2
ST128984-1
ELEVATION/REFLECTOR ASS'Y
1
1
ST129007-1
YOKE BASE ASSEMBLY
-
QTY.
ITEM NO.
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
MATERIAL
5
C
18
16
B
B
3
2x 13
9
6
14
B
2X
2X
15
POM HOMOPOLYMER
230XL
B
PARTS LIST
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ON DECIMALS
.X
.03 .XX .01 .XXX
.005
FRACTIONS
1/32
GASKET, FOAM RUBBER
TO BE SUPPLIED LOOSE
MATERIAL :
PART No.ST129264
7
6
5
CONTRACT NO.
Comant Industries, Inc.
APPROVALS
1
ANGLES
PER ANSI- B46.1 DRAWN J.LITZINGER
MACHINE FINISH 125
REMOVE BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES .015 MAX
MEET DIMENSIONS BEFORE PLATING
DIMENSIONS ARE PER ASME Y14.5M
1
A
8
E
A
REV.
A
D
ST129264
11
DWG NO
D
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
4
DATE
01/06/09
4/3/09
CHECK
P.PERREAULT
ENGR
D.HOLOWAY
4/3/09
MFG
J.JONES
4/3/09
QC
S.ADAMS
4/3/09
ST14M GENERAL ASSEMBLY
A
DWG
SIZE
CODE IDENT
CAD FILE:
2
REV.
ST129264
C 51351
SCALE: --
3
DWG. NO.
--
E
SHEET : 1 OF 1
1
8
7
6
4
5
1
2
3
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
Comant Industries, inc. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR WHOLE WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF Comant Industries, inc. IS PROHIBITED.
REVISIONS
LTR
NOTES: UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
1. ASSEMBLE PER AI ST129280
F
2X 13
RELEASED DRAWING
REF ECN 09-037
REF ECN 09-061
REF ECN 09-097
REF ECN 09-105
17
MN
MN
MN
6/02/09
DH 6/03/09
7/30/09
DH 7/30/09
MN
9/29/09
RG 9/29/09
5/12/09
VIEW B-B
13
2X
10
4X 22
8
4X
2X
C
16
18
B
B
3
9
2X 13
6
2X
2X
14
B
15
ST114581-005
WASHER, SPRING LOCK, #4, S.S.
21
ST110026-3
ADAPTER, F, 90 °
6
20
ST114588-105
DELETED
SCREW, PAN HD, PHIL, 4-40 x 3/16 S.S.
19
1
18
ST129272-1
BUMPER 1/2 DIA, CLEAR
1
17
ST129002
CABLE ASSY-F (M) 90° TO F (M) STRAIGHT
1
16
ST110959-2
DECAL,MODEL & P/N, LARGE
1
15
ST118255
LABEL,MADE IN USA
1
14
ST117567-2
DECAL,CE CERTIFICATION, 3/4 IN.
6
13
ST128993-1
NYLON WIRE CLIP
2
12
ST128994-1
NYLON SHIPPING LOCK
1
11
ST128979-3
VHB - DIECUT FOR GPS
1
10
ST121966-6
GPS ANTENNA RETERMINATED 32"
2
9
ST128995-1
SCREW,M8-3.5 X 19.5 REMFORM
2
8
ST129008-1
SCREW CAP HINGED, WHITE
4
7
ST128987-1
SCREW,M4-1.75 X 17.5MM TORX T-20
2
6
ST128980-1
ELEVATION PIVOT
1
5
ST116903-11537
BELT,TIMING,1/5 PITCH,115 GROOVES
1
25
ST128969-1
RADOME, TOP, 16"
1
3
ST129279
ST14D ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLY
1
24
ST129283
ELEVATION/REFLECTOR ASS'Y
1
23
ST129007-1
YOKE BASE ASSEMBLY
-
QTY.
ITEM NO.
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
MATERIAL
D
LNB TO IN
E
7
22
1
REV.
5
6
ST129280
A
A
20
DWG NO
D
E
17
VIEW A-A
11
24
F
TO ROTARY JOINT
20
25
10
DH 5/12/09
21
2X 22
E
APPROVAL
DATE
D ESCRIPTION
EA
B
C
D
E
POM HOMOPOLYMER
B
PARTS LIST
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
CONTRACT NO.
Comant Industries, Inc.
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ON DECIMALS
.X
.03 .XX .01 .XXX
.005
FRACTIONS
A
GASKET, FOAM RUBBER
TO BE SUPPLIED LOOSE
5/12/09
CHECK
J.LITZINGER
5/12/09
ENGR
D.HOLLOWAY
5/12/09
MFG
J.JONES
5/12/09
QC
S.ADAMS
5/12/09
MATERIAL :
PART No.ST129280
7
APPROVALS
1
ANGLES
PER ANSI- B46.1 DRAWN M.NGUYEN
MACHINE FINISH 125
REMOVE BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES .015 MAX
MEET DIMENSIONS BEFORE PLATING
DIMENSIONS ARE PER ASME Y14.5M
23
8
1/32
6
5
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
4
3
DATE
ST14D GENERAL ASSEMBLY
A
DWG
SIZE
CODE IDENT
DWG. NO.
ST129280
C 51351
SCALE: 1:2
CAD FILE:
2
REV.
--
E
SHEET : 1 OF 1
1
8
6
7
4
5
3
NOTES:
1
2
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
Comant Industries, inc. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR WHOLE WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF Comant Industries, inc. IS PROHIBITED.
REVISIONS
DESCRIPTION
LTR
3X 14
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
2X
17
F
1. ASSEMBLE PER AI ST129279.
32
A
B
33
APPROVAL
DATE
RELEASED DRAWING
REF ECN 09-076
5/12/09
DH 5/12/09
7
4X 14
F
4X 16
DETAIL A
SCALE 1 : 1
6
SUPPLIED WITH ITEM 6
(OPTIONAL)
E
19 2X
18 2X
A
GPS CONNECTION
8X 20
2X
33
31
E
20
ENCODER CONNECTION
12 2X
28
1
2X 15
13 2X
18
2X 23
2x
34
22 2X
2X 24
2X
?
2X
6x 36
2
4
2X
35
21
C
19
3
4X
1" X 1" 30
29
27
26
25
B
8
6
36
ST130759-1
1
35
ST130986
RIVET BLIND 1/8" DIA X 3/8" LG
BRACKET, PCU TO BOX
2
34
ST121228-3062
STANDOFF,HEX,F/F 6-32X .44L
6
33
ST114581-005
WASHER, SPRING LOCK, #4, S.S.
4
32
ST114588-105
SCREW, PAN HD, PHIL, 4-40 x 3/16 S.S.
2
31
ST119961-005
NUT, HEX SMALL PATTERN, 4-40, S.S.
1
30
ST124077-5024
TAPE, ADHESIVE VHB
1
29
ST129276
ELECTRONICS LID PANEL
D
1" X 1"
1
28
ST129275-1
CONNECTOR, 90 DEG BNC
1
27
ST125244-1
HARDNESS ASS'Y, ENCODER
HARNESS ASS'Y. PCU TO RECEIVER
1
26
ST125968-2
1
25
ST126544-2
HARNESS ASS'Y. PCU 5V
2
24
ST119961-007
NUT, HEX, 6-32 SMALL PATTERN
2
23
ST119952-007
WASHER, STAR, INTERNAL TOOTH #6 S.S.
2
22
ST114588-148
SCREW,PAN HD,PHIL,6.32 X 1/2,S.S.
2
21
ST121228-3092
STANDOFF, HEX, F/F, 6-32 X.62L
12
20
ST110941-3
SCREW, JACK, 4-40 X 5/16
6
19
ST114588-144
SCREW, PAN HD, PHIL 6-32 X 1/4, S.S.
6
18
119967
NUT, HEX, PANEL, 3/8-32
1
17
ST129001
CABLE DE-9M TO DA-15F
4
16
ST128987-1
SCREW,M4-1.75 X 17.5MM TORX T-20
2
15
ST121228-3032
STANDOFF,HEX,F/F 6-32 X .25L
7
14
ST129010
RIVET BLIND 1/8" DIA X 1/4"
6
13
ST129274-1
SCREW,PHIL,FH 6-32X.25,SS
2
12
ST121228-3072
STANDOFF,HEX,F/F 6-32X .50L
1
11
ST128992-1
CABLE-TUNER OUT JUMPER
1
10
ST128991-1
CABLE-TUNER IN JUMPER
1
9
ST128990-1
CABLE-FSK OUT JUMPER
1
8
ST128962-1
ELECTRONICS COVER,PCU
ABS
1
7
ST128973-1
ENCLOSURE,FSK
5052-H32 PER QQ-A-250/8
1
6
ST125944-1
PCB ASS'Y MODEM, FSK,ADE,ST14
B
13
(2) NUTS SUPPLIED OPT'L
1
5
ST126248-5
PCU ASSY,DC-DC CONVERTER
1
4
ST122307-4
DVB RECEIVER ASSY
1
3
ST128972-1
ENCLOSURE, PCU
1
2
ST128981
PCU ASSEMBLY
1
ST128974-1
MTG PANEL,ELECTRONICS
ITEM NO.
PART NUMBER
1
QTY
REV.
4X
ST129279
D
DWG NO
5
B
5052-H32 PER QQ-A-250/8
DESCRIPTION
MATERIAL
PARTS LIST
PART No. ST129279
9
A
2X 33
32
20
17
10
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ON DECIMALS
.01 .XXX
.X
.005
.03
.XX
1/32 ANGLES
FRACTIONS
1
PER
ANSIB46.1
125
MACHINE FINISH
REMOVE BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES .015 MAX
MEET DIMENSIONS BEFORE PLATING
DIMENSIONS ARE PER ASME Y14.5M
MATERIAL :
11
--
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
8
7
6
5
4
3
CONTRACT NO.
Comant Industries, Inc.
APPROVALS
DATE
DRAWN
M.NGUYEN
5/12/09
CHECK
P.PERRAULT
5/12/09
ENGR
D.HOLLOWAY
5/12/09
MFG
J.JONES
5/12/09
QC
S.ADAMS
5/12/09
2
ST14D ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLY
DWG
SIZE
CODE IDENT
D 51351
SCALE: --
DWG. NO.
REV.
ST129279
CAD FILE: --
B
SHEET : 1 OF 2
1
A
8
6
7
4
5
3
1
2
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
Comant Industries, inc. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR WHOLE WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF Comant Industries, inc. IS PROHIBITED.
REVISIONS
DESCRIPTION
LTR
DATE
APPROVAL
SEE SHEET 1
DVB RECEIVER PCB ASSEMBLY
P/N ST122307-4
F
P/N ST127113-1(REF)
P/N ST128991-1
(ITEM 10)
P/N ST129002
P/N ST128992-1
(ITEM 11)
IDC
10 POS WHT
P/N ST125968-2
(ITEM 26)
1
IN
2
OUT
IDC
7 PIN WHT
PCU ASSEMBLY
P/N 128981
6
SEL
5
SK
3
3
SDO
4
4
SDI
5
7
GND
6
1
14V
7
2
AGC
F
8
9
10
GPS ANTENNA
P/N ST121966-6(REF)
E
5V DC2DC P.S.
126248-5
1
2
BNC
GPS RX
P/N ST126544-2
(ITEM 25)
3
P/N ST129263-1(REF)
E
+5v
+14V
GND
DE-9P
ST125244-1
(ITEM 27)
DE-9P
D
D
ENC
DE-9S
7
DE-9S
S4
8
+12V
6
S3
EL
2
S2
3
+12V
1
S1
DE-9S
7
S4
8
+12V
6
S3
2
S2
3
+12V
1
S1
15
+30V
AZ
DWG NO
C
DE-9S
ST129279
P/N ST128988-1(REF)
REV.
B
P/N ST128989-1(REF)
FSK MODEM / POWER ST14
P/N 125944-1 (ITEM 6)
IN
P/N ST128990-1
(ITEM 9)
ROTARY JOINT
B
P/N ST129001 (ITEM 17)
7
P/N ST128971(REF)
OUT
9
8
+5V
5
14
GND
4
13
TX+
3
6
TX-
2
5
RX-
1
7
RX+
B
-QTY
REQD
WIRING DIAGRAM
ITEM
NO
MATERIAL :
--
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
8
7
6
5
4
3
MATERIAL / SPECIFICATIONS
PARTS LIST
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ON DECIMALS
.03
.XX
.01 .XXX
.005
.X
1/32 ANGLES
FRACTIONS
1
PER
ANSIB46.1
125
MACHINE FINISH
REMOVE BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES .015 MAX
MEET DIMENSIONS BEFORE PLATING
DIMENSIONS ARE PER ASME Y14.5M
A
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
CONTRACT NO.
Comant Industries, Inc.
APPROVALS
DATE
ST14D ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLY
DRAWN
A
CHECK
ENGR
DWG
SIZE
MFG
CODE IDENT
D 51351
QC
SCALE: -2
DWG. NO.
REV.
ST129279
CAD FILE: --
B
SHEET : 2 OF 2
1
8
7
6
4
5
NOTES:
REVISIONS
LTR
7
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
F
1
2
3
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
Comant Industries, inc. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR WHOLE WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF Comant Industries, inc. IS PROHIBITED.
4X
D ESCRIPTION
A
RELEASED DRAWING
B
REF ECN 09-113
MN
DATE
APPROVAL
5/12/09
DH 05/12/09
F
1. ASSEMBLE PER AI ST129283
6
4X
8
4X
4
3
E
D
E
10
D
2
11 2X
C
12 2X
1
9
4X
B
2
13
ST114588-146
SCREW, PAN HD, PHIL, 6-32 x 3/8, S.S.
2
12
ST128979-1
TAPE, VHB DIECUT
ST129283
2X
2
11
ST128979-2
TAPE, VHB DIE CUT
2
10
ST128987-1
SCREW,M4-1.75 X 17.5MM TORX T-20
4
9
ST129006-1
NUT,HEX,M3,CRES
4
8
ST114581-210
WASHER, SPRING LOCK M3
SCREW,LOW HEAD SOCKET CAP M3 SIZE
DWG NO
13
REV.
B
2X
4
7
ST129005-1
4
6
ST114580-210
WASHER FLAT,M3,3.2 mm
1
5
ST130210
LNB, DISHPRO, SINGLE, MODIFIED
1
4
ST125824
FEED,14" ANTENNA,COASTAL 14
1
3
ST125686
REFLECTOR. 14.5 INCH MACHINING
1
2
ST128965-1
ELEVATION PULLEY
PA 6/12 43%GFR
1
1
ST128964-1
ELEVATION BRACKET
PA 6/12 43%GFR
QTY
ITEM
NO.
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
MATERIAL
-
B
PARTS LIST
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
5
1/32
APPROVALS
1
ANGLES
PER ANSI- B46.1 DRAWN M.NGUYEN
MACHINE FINISH 125
REMOVE BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES .015 MAX
MEET DIMENSIONS BEFORE PLATING
DIMENSIONS ARE PER ASME Y14.5M
A
PART No. ST129283
MATERIAL :
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
7
6
Comant Industries, Inc.
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ON DECIMALS
.X
.03 .XX .01 .XXX
.005
FRACTIONS
8
CONTRACT NO.
5
4
DATE
5/12/09
CHECK
P.PERREAULT
5/12/09
ENGR
D.HOLLOWAY
5/12/09
MFG
J.JONES
5/12/09
QC
S.ADAMS
5/12/09
ELEVATION/REFLECTOR ASS'Y
A
DWG
SIZE
CODE IDENT
C 51351
SCALE: 1:2
3
DWG. NO.
CAD FILE:
2
REV.
ST129283
--
B
SHEET : 1 OF 1
1
8
7
6
4
5
1
2
3
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
Comant Industries, inc. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR WHOLE WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF Comant Industries, inc. IS PROHIBITED.
REVISIONS
LTR
F
2X 13
APPROVAL
DATE
D ESCRIPTION
RELEASED DRAWING
REF ECN 09-037
REF ECN 09-054
REF ECN 09-060
MN
MN
05/12/09 DH 05/12/09
06/02/09
DH 06/03/09
MN
MN
07/15/09
DH 7/15/09
E
REF ECN 09-096
MN
09/29/09
F
REF ECN 09-105
FA
B
C
D
NOTES: UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
1. ASSEMBLE PER AI ST129284
07/30/09 DH 07/30/09
F
RG 09/29/09
17
21
TO ROTARY JOINT
2X 13
E
E
4
10
20
17
2
11
4X
A
D
2X 22
VIEW A-A
10
22
VIEW B-B
20
A
8
1
1
1
1
1
6
2
1
1
2
2
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
QTY.
2X
18
16
C
B
B
3
2 X 13
9
6
B
2X
2X
14
15
DELETED
ST129272-1
ST129002
ST110959-2
ST118255
ST117567-2
ST128993-1
ST128994-1
ST128979-3
ST121966-6
ST128995-1
ST129008-1
ST128987-1
ST128980-1
ST116903-11537
ST128969-1
ST129288
ST129285-1
ST129007-1
PART NUMBER
BUMPER 1/2 DIA, CLEAR
CABLE ASSY-F(M) 90° - F (M) STRAIGHT
DECAL,MODEL & P/N, LARGE
LABEL,MADE IN USA
DECAL,CE CERTIFICATION, 3/4 IN.
NYLON WIRE CLIP
NYLON SHIPPING LOCK
VHB - DIECUT FOR GPS
GPS ANTENNA RETERMINATED 32"
SCREW,M8-3.5 X 19.5 REMFORM
SCREW CAP HINGED, WHITE
SCREW,M4-1.75 X 17.5MM TORX T-20
ELEVATION PIVOT
BELT,TIMING,1/5 PITCH,115 GROOVES
RADOME, TOP, 16"
ST14E ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLY
ELEVATION/REFLECTOR ASS'Y
YOKE BASE ASSEMBLY
DESCRIPTION
REV.
4X
WASHER, SPRING LOCK, #4, S.S.
ADAPTER, F, 90 °
SCREW, PAN HD, PHIL, 4-40 x 3/16 S.S.
ST129284
7
ST114581-005
ST110026-3
ST114588-105
DWG NO
5
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
ITEM NO.
F
D
6
1
6
POM HOMOPOLYMER
230XL
B
MATERIAL
PARTS LIST
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ON DECIMALS
.X
.03 .XX .01 .XXX
.005
FRACTIONS
GASKET, FOAM RUBBER
TO BE SUPPLIED LOOSE
8
5/12/09
CHECK
J.LITZINGER
5/12/09
ENGR
D.HOLLOWAY
5/12/09
MFG
J.JONES
5/12/09
QC
S.ADAMS
5/12/09
MATERIAL :
PART No.ST129284
7
6
5
Comant Industries, Inc.
APPROVALS
1
ANGLES
PER ANSI- B46.1 DRAWN M.NGUYEN
MACHINE FINISH 125
REMOVE BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES .015 MAX
MEET DIMENSIONS BEFORE PLATING
DIMENSIONS ARE PER ASME Y14.5M
1
A
1/32
CONTRACT NO.
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
4
DATE
ST14E GENERAL ASSEMBLY
A
DWG
SIZE
CODE IDENT
C 51351
SCALE: 1:2
3
DWG. NO.
CAD FILE:
2
REV.
ST129284
--
F
SHEET : 1 OF 1
1
8
6
7
4
5
3
NOTES:
1
2
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
Comant Industries, inc. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR WHOLE WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF Comant Industries, inc. IS PROHIBITED.
REVISIONS
DESCRIPTION
LTR
3X 14
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
2X
17
F
1. ASSEMBLE PER AI ST129288
20
32
A
B
C
33
APPROVAL
DATE
RELEASED DRAWING
REF ECN 09-046
REF ECN 09-069
5/12/09
MN 7/15/09
DH 5/12/09
DH 7/15/09
7
4X 14
F
4X 16
DETAIL A
SCALE 1 : 1
6
SUPPLIED WITH ITEM 6
(OPTIONAL)
E
19 2X
18 2X
A
GPS CONNECTION
8X 20
2X
33
31
E
20
ENCODER CONNECTION
12 2X
28
13
13 2X
18
22 2X
2X 23
2x
2X 24
2X
?
2X
6x 36
2
4
2X
35
21
C
19
3
4X
1" X 1" 30
29
27
26
25
B
8
RIVET BLIND 1/8" DIA X 3/8" LG
BRACKET, PCU TO BOX
2
34
ST121228-3062
STANDOFF,HEX,F/F 6-32X .44L
6
33
ST114581-005
WASHER, SPRING LOCK, #4, S.S.
4
32
ST114588-105
SCREW, PAN HD, PHIL, 4-40 x 3/16 S.S.
2
31
ST119961-005
NUT, HEX SMALL PATTERN, 4-40, S.S.
1
30
ST124077-5024
TAPE, ADHESIVE VHB
1
29
ST129276
ELECTRONICS LID PANEL
D
1' x 1"
1
28
ST129275-1
CONNECTOR, 90 DEG BNC
1
27
ST125244-1
HARDNESS ASS'Y, ENCODER
HARNESS ASS'Y. PCU TO RECEIVER
1
26
ST125968-2
1
25
ST126544-2
HARNESS ASS'Y. PCU 5V
2
24
ST119961-007
NUT, HEX, 6-32 SMALL PATTERN
2
23
ST119952-007
WASHER, STAR, INTERNAL TOOTH #6 S.S.
2
22
ST114588-148
SCREW,PAN HD,PHIL,6.32 X 1/2,S.S.
2
21
ST121228-3092
STANDOFF, HEX, F/F, 6-32 X.62L
12
20
ST110941-3
SCREW, JACK, 4-40 X 5/16
6
19
ST114588-144
SCREW, PAN HD, PHIL 6-32 X 1/4, S.S.
6
18
119967
NUT, HEX, PANEL, 3/8-32
1
17
ST129001
CABLE DE-9M TO DA-15F
4
16
ST128987-1
SCREW,M4-1.75 X 17.5MM TORX T-20
2
15
ST121228-3032
STANDOFF,HEX,F/F 6-32 X .25L
7
14
ST129010
RIVET BLIND 1/8" DIA X 1/4"
6
13
ST129274-1
SCREW,PHIL,FH 6-32X.25,SS
2
12
ST121228-3072
STANDOFF,HEX,F/F 6-32X .50L
1
11
ST128992-1
CABLE-TUNER OUT JUMPER
1
10
ST128991-1
CABLE-TUNER IN JUMPER
1
9
ST128990-1
CABLE-FSK OUT JUMPER
1
8
ST128962-1
ELECTRONICS COVER,PCU
ABS
1
7
ST128973-1
ENCLOSURE,FSK
5052-H32 PER QQ-A-250/8
1
6
ST125944-1
PCB ASS'Y MODEM, FSK,ADE,ST14
1
5
ST126248-5
PCU ASSY,DC-DC CONVERTER
1
4
ST122307-4
DVB RECEIVER ASSY
1
3
ST128972-1
ENCLOSURE, PCU
1
2
ST128981
PCU ASSEMBLY
MTG PANEL,ELECTRONICS
1
1
ST128974-1
QTY
ITEM NO.
PART NUMBER
C
4X
ST130986
REV.
5
D
ST130759-1
35
(2) NUTS SUPPLIED OPT'L
ST129288
2X 15
36
1
DWG NO
1
6
B
5052-H32 PER QQ-A-250/8
DESCRIPTION
MATERIAL
PARTS LIST
PART No. ST129288
9
A
2X 33
32
20
17
10
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ON DECIMALS
.01 .XXX
.X
.03
.XX
.005
1/32 ANGLES
FRACTIONS
1
PER
ANSIB46.1
125
MACHINE FINISH
REMOVE BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES .015 MAX
MEET DIMENSIONS BEFORE PLATING
DIMENSIONS ARE PER ASME Y14.5M
MATERIAL :
11
--
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
8
7
6
5
4
3
CONTRACT NO.
Comant Industries, Inc.
APPROVALS
DATE
DRAWN
M.NGUYEN
5/12/09
CHECK
P.PERRAULT
5/12/09
ENGR
D.HOLLOWAY
5/12/09
MFG
J.JONES
5/12/09
QC
S.ADAMS
5/12/09
2
ST14E ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLY
DWG
SIZE
CODE IDENT
D 51351
SCALE: --
DWG. NO.
REV.
ST129288
CAD FILE: --
C
SHEET : 1 OF 2
1
A
8
6
7
4
5
3
1
2
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
Comant Industries, inc. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR WHOLE WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF Comant Industries, inc. IS PROHIBITED.
REVISIONS
DESCRIPTION
LTR
DATE
APPROVAL
SEE SHEET 1
DVB RECEIVER PCB ASSEMBLY
P/N ST122307-4
F
P/N ST127113-1(REF)
P/N ST128991-1
(ITEM 10)
P/N ST129002
P/N ST128992-1
(ITEM 11)
IDC
10 POS WHT
P/N ST125968-2
(ITEM 26)
1
IN
2
OUT
IDC
7 PIN WHT
PCU ASSEMBLY
P/N 128981
6
SEL
5
SK
3
3
SDO
4
4
SDI
5
7
GND
6
1
14V
7
2
AGC
F
8
9
10
GPS ANTENNA
P/N ST121966-6(REF)
E
5V DC2DC P.S.
126248-5
1
2
BNC
GPS RX
P/N ST126544-2
(ITEM 25)
3
P/N ST129263-1(REF)
E
+5v
+14V
GND
DE-9P
ST125244-1
(ITEM 27)
DE-9P
D
D
ENC
DE-9S
7
DE-9S
S4
8
+12V
6
S3
EL
2
S2
3
+12V
1
S1
DE-9S
7
S4
8
+12V
6
S3
2
S2
3
+12V
1
S1
15
+30V
AZ
DWG NO
C
DE-9S
ST129288
P/N ST128988-1(REF)
REV.
C
P/N ST128989-1(REF)
FSK MODEM / POWER ST14
P/N 125944-1 (ITEM 6)
IN
P/N ST128990-1
(ITEM 9)
ROTARY JOINT
B
P/N ST129001 (ITEM 17)
7
P/N ST128971(REF)
OUT
9
8
+5V
5
14
GND
4
13
TX+
3
6
TX-
2
5
RX-
1
7
RX+
B
-QTY
REQD
WIRING DIAGRAM
ITEM
NO
MATERIAL :
--
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
8
7
6
5
4
3
MATERIAL / SPECIFICATIONS
PARTS LIST
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ON DECIMALS
.03
.XX
.01 .XXX
.005
.X
1/32 ANGLES
FRACTIONS
1
PER
ANSIB46.1
125
MACHINE FINISH
REMOVE BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES .015 MAX
MEET DIMENSIONS BEFORE PLATING
DIMENSIONS ARE PER ASME Y14.5M
A
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
CONTRACT NO.
Comant Industries, Inc.
APPROVALS
DATE
ST14E ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLY
DRAWN
A
CHECK
ENGR
DWG
SIZE
MFG
CODE IDENT
D 51351
QC
SCALE: -2
DWG. NO.
REV.
ST129288
CAD FILE: --
C
SHEET : 2 OF 2
1
8
7
6
F
1
2
3
REVISIONS
7
NOTES:
4
5
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
Comant Industries, inc. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR WHOLE WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF Comant Industries, inc. IS PROHIBITED.
LTR
4X
4X 6
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
1. ASSEMBLE PER AI ST129285-1
2 USE HARDWARE SUPPLIED WITH ITEM 5.
8
RELEASED DRAWING
REF ECN 09-050
C
REF ECN 09-113
APPROVAL
DATE
D ESCRIPTION
A
B
5/12/09
MN
7/01/09
DH 5/12/09
DH 7/01/09
F
4X
20
4
E
E
ISO VIEW
10
2X
D
D
2X
21
C
12
2X
9
4X
4X 16
SCREW,PAN HD,PHIL,M3 x4mm
ST127121-1
PLATE ASS'Y, DEGREE ADJUSTMENT, POLANG
1
14
ST122369-2
FILTER, LNB, UNIVERSAL SINGLE FLANGE
2
13
ST114588-146
SCREW, PAN HD, PHIL, 6-32 x 3/8, S.S.
6061-T6 ALUMINUM
2
12
ST128979-1
TAPE, VHB DIECUT
3M TAPE
2
11
ST128979-2
TAPE, VHB DIE CUT
3M TAPE
2
10
ST128987-1
SCREW,M4-1.75 X 17.5MM TORX T-20
4
9
ST129287-007
STANDOFF, HEX, 6mm x 12mm
4
8
ST114580-210
WASHER FLAT,M3,3.2 mm
4
7
ST129005-1
SCREW,LOW HEAD SOCKET CAP M3 SIZE
4
6
ST114581-210
WASHER, SPRING LOCK M3
1
5
ST127113-1
LNB, SINGLE LINEAR UNIVERSAL
1
4
ST127245-1
FEED, 14" ANTENNA,COASTAL 14
1
20
ST125686
REFLECTOR. 14.5 INCH MACHINING
15
B
4X 2
ALUMINUM
1
2
ST128965-1
ELEVATION PULLEY
PA 6/12 43%GFR
1
21
ST128964-1
ELEVATION BRACKET
PA 6/12 43%GFR
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
MATERIAL
QTY. ITEM NO.
REV.
C
2X
ST119745-113
15
ST129285
11
16
1
DWG NO
13
2
4
B
PARTS LIST
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ON DECIMALS
.X
.03 .XX .01 .XXX
.005
14
FRACTIONS
A
5/12/09
CHECK
J.LITZINGER
5/12/09
ENGR
D.HOLLOWAY 5/12/09
MATERIAL :
MFG
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
8
7
6
5
Comant Industries, Inc.
APPROVALS
1
ANGLES
PER ANSI- B46.1 DRAWN
M.NGUYEN
MACHINE FINISH 125
REMOVE BURRS AND
SHARP EDGES .015 MAX
MEET DIMENSIONS BEFORE PLATING
DIMENSIONS ARE PER ASME Y14.5M
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CONTRACT NO.
4
QC
DATE
5/12/09
J.JONES
S.ADAMS
5/12/09
ELEVATION/REFLECTOR ASS'Y
A
DWG
SIZE
C
CODE IDENT
51351
SCALE: 1:2
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DWG. NO.
CAD FILE:
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REV.
ST129285
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