Motorola VIP 1903 Installation manual

INSTALLATION MANUAL
VIP 1903 / VIP 1903 T
VIP 1963 / VIP 1963 T
Caring for the Environment by Recycling
WARNING
When you see this symbol on a Motorola product, do not dispose of the
product with residential or commercial waste.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
Recycling your Motorola Equipment
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Please do not dispose of this product with your residential or commercial
waste. Some countries or regions, such as the European Union, have set up
systems to collect and recycle electrical and electronic waste items. Contact
your local authorities for information about practices established for your region. If collection systems are not available, call Motorola Customer Service
for assistance.
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Read these instructions.
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Keep these instructions.
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Heed all warnings.
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Follow all instructions.
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Do not use this apparatus near water.
Please recycle this document.
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Clean only with dry cloth.
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Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
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Do not install near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce
heat.
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Battery
pack or batteries installed shall not be
exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine,
fire or the like.
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o not defeat the safety purpose of the poD
larized or grounding-type plug. If the provided
plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an
electrician for replacement of the obsolete
outlet.
o naked flame sources, such as lighted
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candles, should be placed near the apparatus.
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Protect the power cord from being walked on
or pinched, particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit
from the apparatus.
o not expose the power supply to dripping
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or splashing and do not place objects filled
with liquids, such as vases, on the power
supply.
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nsure that the mains plug remains readily
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operable.
Declaration of Conformity
We
Motorola Mobility, Inc.
101 Tournament Drive
Horsham
Pennsylvania 19044
USA
declare under our sole responsibility that the product to which this declaration relates are in
conformity with the following directives:
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
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se only attachments and accessories speciU
fied by the manufacturer.
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nplug this apparatus during lightning storms
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or when unused for long periods of time.
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efer all servicing to qualified service personR
nel. Servicing is required when the apparatus
has been damaged in any way, such as when
the power-supply cord or plug is damaged,
liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen
into the apparatus, the apparatus has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
POWER SUPPLY
• Keep distances around the power supply for
sufficient ventilation.
CAUTION
TO PREVENT ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT USE THIS PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE, OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT
BLADE EXPOSURE.
according to the following standards:
EN55013 (VIP1903T, VIP1963T)
EN55020 (VIP1903T, VIP1963T)
EN55022 (VIP1903, VIP1963)
EN55024 (VIP1903, VIP1963)
EN60065
The lightning flash with arrowhead within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert
the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to
the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in
the literature accompanying the product.
Repairs
If you find the unit in need of repair, contact your system operator for repair or replacement.
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YOUR VIP1903 AND VIP1963 PACKAGE
PLACEMENT
Enclosed material
Do not cover
The following material should be present in your package.
Do not place anything on top of the set-top box, instead leave a free space
of 20 cm above it for proper ventilation and cooling.
IP set-top box
AC adaptor
Remote control
with 2 AAA batteries
RF cable
(T models only)
Ethernet
cable
Installation guide
SCART
cable
When using the remote control, point it to the IR-receiver in the center of
the front panel. Make sure that there is no obstacle between the remote
control and the set-top box, such as for example a table.
For best reception of the IR-signals from the remote control to the set-top
box, make sure to place the set-top box close to the edge of the shelf.
PREPARING THE REMOTE CONTROL
FOR USE
In order to prepare your remote control for use, insert
the batteries.
Carefully place the terminals (+ and -) of the
batteries as indicated on the back of the battery
compartment.
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VIP1903 AND VIP1963 OVERVIEW
Front panel of models without display
Front panel of models with display
REC LED
(On VIP1963 only)
Indicates an on-going
recording
REC LED
(on VIP1963 only)
Indicates an
on-going recording
Indicator LED:s
• Green light - the set-top box is
operational.
• Flashing green light - the set-top box
receives a signal from the remote
control or a keyboard.
• Red light - the set-top box is in
stand-by mode.
IR receiver
Receives signals from
remote control and
keyboard.
Indicator LED
• Green light - the set-top box is operational.
• Flashing red/green light - the
set-top box receives a signal from the
remote control or a keyboard.
• Red light - the set-top box is in stand-by
mode.
Display
Standby
switch
IR receiver
Receives signals from
remote control and
keyboard.
The marking plate is located
on the exterior of the bottom
of the unit.
Rear panel
ETHERNET
for broadband
connection
VIP1963
Navigation
keys
SCART (VCR)
for connection to
additional equipment
such as VCR or DVD
YPbPr
(Component video) for
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connection to TV set (analog
High Definition video
SPDIF
for connection
to digital audio
equipment
RF IN
for connection to digital
cable television.
On T models only.
RF OUT
for loop through of the
RF signal.
On T models only.
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TOSLINK
for optical connection to
digital audio equipment
POWER
for connection of
external power supply
USB
for connection
to external
devices.
HDMI
for connection to TV set
(digital High Definition
video)
SCART (TV)
for connection to TV set
(analog Standard
Definition video)
AUDIO L/R
for connection to HiFi
equipment or TV set
(analog stereo audio)
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INSTALLING
Connecting to broadband
Optional:
VCR or
DVD recorder
Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to the connector marked
ETHERNET on the rear panel of the set-top box and the other end to a hub
or the Ethernet wall connector provided by your broadband operator.
Connecting to the TV set
Connect one end of the enclosed SCART cable to the SCART connector
marked TV on the set-top box and the other end to your TV set. Both analog
audio and standard definition video are sent to the TV set through this connection.
Broadband
wall outlet
or hub
Optional: Connecting to a VCR or digital video
recorder
You can record the program you are currently watching by connecting an
auxiliary device, such as a VCR or a digital video recorder, to the set-top box,
provided that the program is copy-approved content.
Connect the set-top box to the auxiliary device using the SCART connector
marked “VCR”.
To record, change to the TV channel on the set-top box you wish to record
and start recording on the device.
TV
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OPTIONAL: CONNECTING HIGH DEFINITION
VIDEO
If your TV set is HDTV compatible, you can connect the set-top box to the
TV set using the HDMI or the component connectors instead of the SCART
connector to receive and display HDTV, i.e. skip installation step and
replace it with installation step or .
Using the HDMI connector
OPTIONAL: CONNECTING TO EXTERNAL AUDIO
If you want to use an external source to play audio such as a stereo or
home cinema equipment or if you are using the component connectors to
connect the set-top box to the TV set, there are three possible methods of
connecting to audio.
Analog stereo: Using the Audio L/R connectors
If your TV set has a HDMI connector, you can connect it to the HDMI
connector on the set-top box with a HDMI cable (not included) to
receive digital high definition video and digital audio.
Connect a dual RCA cable (not included) to the Audio L/R connectors
on the set-top box and connect the other ends to your stereo or TV set.
Make sure to match the connectors so that L on the set-top box (white)
is connected to L on the TV set or stereo and R is connected to R.
Using the component connectors (YPbPr)
Digital audio: Using the SPDIF connector
If your TV set has a component video connectors (YPbPr), you can
connect it to the component connectors on the set-top box with
three RCA cables (not included) to receive analog high definition
video.
Connect an RCA cable (not included) to the SPDIF connector on the
set-top box and connect the other end to your stereo or TV set.
Make sure to match the connectors so that Y on the set-top box is
connected to Y on the TV set, Pb to Pb and Pr to Pr.
Connect a Toslink cable (not included) to the Toslink connector on the
set-top box and connect the other end to your stereo or TV set.
Digital audio: Using the optical Toslink connector
Note! The component connectors only send video signals. To receive
audio you also need to use one of the possible audio connections,
i.e. step , or .
Stereo/
HiFi system
TV
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CONNECTING TO TERRESTRIAL TV
(MODEL T ONLY)
Connecting to terrestrial TV
Some models are prepared to receive digital terrestrial TV (VIP19x3T).
CONNECTING TO POWER
Connecting to power
When all other cables are connected, connect the power cord to
the power connector on the set-top box and to mains power.
Connect one end of an RF cable to the RF-IN connector and the
other end to the antenna outlet in your home.
For information on how you proceed with the channel search and
scanning, please see separate instructions from your operator.
Digital TV
outlet/Antenna
NOTE:
Do not use an AC adaptor other than
the one that is supplied with the
product. Doing so may cause fire or
seriosly damage the set-top box.
OPTIONAL ON SOME MODELS:
INSERTING A SMARTCARD
If you have received a smartcard
to enable access to the TV signals,
fully insert it in the smartcard slot
on the side of the set-top box to
make it in line with the casing. The
chip on the smartcard should be
directed downwards and towards
the set-top box.
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Displaying picture
OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE INFORMATION
To display the signal from the set-top box
on the TV set, switch to an external input.
(On some TV sets this is done automatically.) There is often a button on the TV remote control for this purpose. Otherwise,
see your TV User’s Guide for instructions.
An example of
what the input
symbol may look
like.
For instructions on how to obtain a copy of any
source code being made publicly available by
Motorola related to software used in this Motorola
set-top box you may send your request in writing
to:
The Motorola website
opensource.motorola.com also contains information regarding Motorola’s use of open source.
Motorola has created the opensource.motorola.com
to serve as a portal for interaction with the software
community-at-large.
Motorola, Inc.
OSS Management
2450 Walsh Avenue
Santa Clara, CA 95051
USA
To view additional information regarding licenses,
acknowledgments and required copyright notices
for open source packages used in this Motorola
set-top box, please navigate to the Open Source
Notices section in the user interface.
NAVIGATING USING THE REMOTE CONTROL
The navigation buttons (the inner ring
comprised by four arrow buttons
and an OK button) are used to
move around on Service portal
pages and in menus, and to select
the highlighted alternative.
The navigation buttons are also used to
navigate web pages, as the buttons of the
inner ring will move the indicator between the
different links. Use the OK button to select links to
be opened.
The scroll buttons, the outer ring, are used when a web page
contains more information than can be displayed on a TV screen.
For information about the functionality of the other buttons on the remote
control, please see the information provided by your IPTV provider.
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manual at any time.
This installation guide is produced by the manufacturer in the English language. Operators may elect
to translate the installation guide. Any translated version of the installation guide is created purely
for the convenience of the operator and end user and the English language version is controlling
and shall prevail. Motorola hereby disclaims all liability for any translated versions of the installation
guide created by an operator, for but not limited to, the content of any translated installation guide,
the accuracy of the translation and any issues arising as a result of the translated installation guide,
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STARTING UP
When the set-top box is connected to the
TV set, Ethernet and power, you will see
an image similar to the one to the right on
the TV screen.
The set-top box is now connecting to the network and downloading the
software needed. Please wait until the loading is finished.
Five circles will indicate the download progress during the start up of the
system. From the start, all circles are dark grey. As the set-top box searches for software or is processing downloaded software, one circle at a time
starts blinkning yellow. When software is being downloaded, a progress bar
of ten small dots appear and the corresponding circle blinks green.
When each of the five steps in the start up process is completed, the
corresponding circle turns green. When all circles are green, the system is
ready to run. If the software in any of the steps could not be loaded, the
circle representing this step turns red and remaining steps are cancelled.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
If you encounter any problems during start up, please note which of the
circles (1 - 5) that has not turned green before you contact your support
personnel.
ON-LINE HELP
When your set-top box is up and running, please see the instructions
provided by your IPTV provider on how to reach the services and how to
access the User’s Guide.
Motorola Mobility, Inc.
101 Tournament Drive
Horsham
Pennsylvania 19044
USA
http://www.motorola.