s6HD Installation and Operation User Guide
s6HD
Installation and Operation
User Guide
Document Number: 2012KO-UM1004-V1_0
Intellian Satellite TV Antenna Systems
Intellian s6HD Serial Number
This serial number will be requested for all troubleshooting or service Inquiries.
Notice
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Intellian s6HD® and Intellian® are the registered trademarks of Intellian Technologies, Inc., and should not be appropriated without permission by Intellian Technologies, Inc.,
and the information contained in this manual is the property of Intellian Technologies, Inc. Any and all parts of this manual shall not be reproduced and distributed in any form
without prior written consent by Intellian Technologies, Inc. The information contained in this manual shall be subject to change at any time without notice due to the functional
upgrades of the product.
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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION TO INTELLIAN s6HD
FEATURES OF INTELLIAN s6HD
BASIC SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
4
4
4
5
INSTALLATION
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
TOOLS REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION
PLANNING THE INSTALLATION
6
6
9
10
INSTALLING THE ACU
ACU DIMENSIONS
CONNECTING THE SYSTEM TO A GPS
MULTI-BAND ALIGNMENT CONTROL SYSTEMS
15
15
20
21
OPERATION INSTRUCTION
INTRODUCTION
22
22
OPERATING THE ACU
ACU SOFT KEYS
NORMAL MODE
SETUP MODE
23
23
23
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OPERATION USING PC CONTROLLER PROGRAM
INTRODUCTION
PROGRAM INITIALING AND SERIAL PORT SETUP
MAIN MENU
CONTROLLER MENUS
47
47
48
49
51
PREPARATION FOR TRANSPORTATION
60
WARRANTY
61
APPENDIX : TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
INTELLIAN s6HD
62
62
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Intellian Satellite TV Antenna Systems
Introduction
Introduction to Intellian s6HD
Features of Intellian s6HD
Intellian s6HD is a digital marine satellite antenna system specially
designed for the DIRECTV services for all types of vessels (Anchored or
in transit) to automatically identify, track and capture satellite signals
from the Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB: the international standard for
digital TV transmissions) compatible Satellites.
Simultaneous reception of 3 DIRECTV satellites
Intellian s6HD receives HDTV channels from 3 primary DIRECTV’s
Ka-band and Ku-band satellites located at 99°W, 101°W and 103°W.
No delay time or changing the satellite signal, you can simultaneously
watch every DIRECTV channels.
Intellian s6HD is a dual-band 2-axis marine satellite antenna system
which is capable of receiving 3 DIRECTV satellite signals simultaneously.
Receiving signals from one DIRECTV 101°W Ku-band satellite and two
DIRECTV 99°W and DIRECTV 103°W Ka-band satellites at the same
time, you can simultaneously watch all DIRECTV channels no matter
which satellite your target program is coming from. This also enables
the channel guide data to remain constantly up to date.
Plug and play, DIRECTV capable
Intellian s6HD uses single cable from the antenna to ACU for simple
installation. The Built-in SWM (Single Wiring Multi-switch) and two
8-way splitters in the default package of the s6HD enables 16-receiver
connections as standard. The s6HD is expandable up to 32 receivers
and beyond and fully capable of supporting DVR receivers.
Using simple connection to the antenna, the Intellian s6HD with SWM
(Single Wiring Multi-switch) enables 16 Receivers to view all DIRECTV
channels with the possibility to upgrade to 32 SWM Receivers or DVRs.
The s6HD is also compatible with general Ku-band receivers such as
DISH Network, Bell TV, and DIRECTV local channel services.
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Multi-band alignment control systems
The built-in multi-band alignment control systems keeps the multi-feed
LNB aligned with the three DIRECTV satellites at sea even during harsh
marine environment or high-speed cruising.
Non-primary DIRECTV service receptions
Intellian s6HD is capable of receiving DIRECTV local channels broadcast
from the two DIRECTV Ku-band satellites located 110°W and 119°W as
well as Dish Network and Bell TV services.
Basic System Configuration
For your satellite TV system to function properly, the system will have
to be connected with all of the provided components as shown in the
figure below (Refer to the next chapter ‘Installation’ in this manual for
more detailed connection instructions). Separate purchase of a satellite
receiver and a TV is required.
Receiver 1
8-Way Splitter
R6
R7
S2
R5
R4
R3 R2
R8
S1
L1
-
ANT RF1
+
+
DC 10.8~15.6V
FUSE
Receiver 8
Receiver 1
8-Way Splitter
ACU
FG
R1
RECEIVER
SWM
Power
Supply
NMEA
PC INTERFACE
R7
R6
R5
R4
R3 R2
R1
R8
Figure 01 : Basic Configuration with 16 Receivers
Receiver 8
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Intellian Satellite TV Antenna Systems
Installation
The components of the Intellian s6HD are designed as module system
so that it is suitable for simple installation on all types of vessels.
System Components
Antenna Unit
The antenna of Intellian s6HD is composed with the following
components for optimum search and reception of the satellite signal.
• Mechanical Unit – manipulates the antenna to receive the optimal
satellite signal regardless of the movement of the vessel.
• Control Unit – controls mechanical operation of the antenna.
• RF Unit – transmits the optimum satellite signal to the receiver.
• Radome – protects the antenna from the severe marine environment.
Figure 02 : Radome
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Antenna Control Unit (ACU)
The Antenna Control Unit (ACU) provides the power to the antenna and
controls the various settings of the antenna. The digital VFD (Vacuum
Fluorescent Display) allows for easy operation of the ACU, even in the
dark.
Front
The functions of the ACU are as follows:
• Controls the antenna system
• Provides power to the antenna unit
• Monitors the antenna status
• Changes the target satellite
• Set up the user environment
• Set the current GPS information
• Set satellite information
• Move antenna manually
• Perform self-diagnosis of the antenna
• Set up the interface with a PC
Rear
FG
-
ANT RF1
+
-
+
DC 9 ~ 30 V
FUSE
RECEIVER
NMEA
PC INTERFACE
Figure 03 : Front & Rear of ACU
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Intellian Satellite TV Antenna Systems
Installation Kit
Contains the items required for securing the antenna unit and ACU to the vessel.
Antenna
Item
Qty
Hex.Bolt
Hex.Head
Wrench Bolt
Flat Washer
Spring Washer
Hex. Nut
5
5
5
5
5
-
ACU
4
Power Cable
33ft (10m)
1
5
PC Serial Cable
6ft (1.8m)
1
6
NMEA Connector
AK950-2
1
7
Power Connector
AK950-3
1
8
Hex Bolt
M8x50L
5
9
Self-Tapping Screw
ø4x16L
5
ø3x8L
5
Item
Self-Tapping Screw
Machine Screw
10
Flat Washer
M8
5
Qty
5
5
Size
(M4 X 16L)
(M3 X 8L)
11
Spring Washer
M8
5
12
SWM Power Supply
-
1
13
SWM 8-Way Splitter
-
2
14
Install CD
-
1
15
Manual
-
1
Qty
16
Mounting Template
-
1
-
2
17
Quick Installation Guide
-
1
Figure 4 : Installation Bolt Kit
Other Components
No
8
Components
Size
1
ACU Bracket
2
RG6 (Antenna - ACU RF Cable)
49ft (15m)
2
3
RG6 (ACU - IRD Cable)
9.8ft (3m)
2
Figure 05 : List of the Supplied Parts
Tools Required for Installation
Power Drill
11 mm Spanner
10 mm Drill Bit
Pencil
Cross-Head
Screwdriver
13 mm Spanner
Ø80 mm
Hole Saw
5 mm
Allen/Hex key
Figure 06 : Required Tools for Installation
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Planning the Installation
Antenna Unit
Install the antenna in accordance with the following procedures to
insure maximum performance of the antenna. The antenna should be
installed in the place where is an all round clear view of the horizon.
Please be sure there are no obstacles within 15 degrees above the
antenna. Any obstacles can prevent the antenna from tracking the
satellite signal (Refer to the drawing).
Do not install the antenna near by the radar especially on the same
plane as their energy levels may overload the antenna front-end circuits.
It is recommended to position the antenna at least 4 feet (1.2m) above
or below the level of the radar and minimum of 15 feet (4.6m) away
from the high power short wave radars.
The mounting platform should be rigid enough and not subjected to
excessive vibration. The movement of the antenna can be minimized
by installing at the center of the vessel. For optimal performance of the
antenna, it is not recommended to install at any corner of the vessel,
where the movement of the vessel is the greatest. Install the bottom
of the antenna parallel to the surface of the sea and fix tightly to the
structure of the vessel. When setting the antenna down, be careful not
to damage the RF connector. Striking the connectors on the bottom
directly will damage the connector.
10
15°
Antenna Unit
Figure 07 : Elevation Limit of Obstacles
Obstacle
Cables
Before installing the system cables, consider the following points.
• All cables need to be well clamped and protected from physical
damage and exposure to heat and humidity.
• Cables with severe bends are not allowed.
• Where a cable passes through an exposed bulkhead or deckhead,
a watertight grommet or swan neck tube should be used.
Power Requirements
You need to follow the power requirements to avoid damage the system.
Intellian s6HD has been designed to work on a boat’s power supply
rated at 12V / 24 V DC (acceptable range: 9~30 V DC).
If your IRD(s) and television(s) require a 110V/240V AC power supply,
you will need to install a suitable DC to AC converter to operate the
unit(s) from your boat’s DC power supply.
Extending the Cables
The cables that have been supplied with your Intellian system should be
of adequate length to complete the installation on most boats.
Power Cable
This cable supplied at a length of 33ft (10m).
RF Cable
This cable is supplied at a length of 49ft (15m). If a longer length is
required you should replace this cable with an extended RF cable
supplied by Intellian Technologies.
Note: Exceeding the indicated cable lengths will result in reduced
performance of your system.
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Installation and Mounting of Antenna
The method of installation and mounting of antenna may vary due
to vessel design but the following procedures are applicable in most
situations, and will result in a secure and effective installation.
72 cm (28.3”)
Confirmation of Size Prior to Installation
• Check the height and diameter of the bottom surface of the antenna
before installing.
• The space must be sufficient for installing the antenna unit
considering the height and diameter of the antenna.
• The height and the diameter of the bottom surface of the antenna are
as shown in the following drawing. If possible, install the antenna
using a power tower.
Note: Before installing the antenna you have to remove the radome
and remove the shipping foam from the antenna interior. Replace the
radome before installation. The system functions will be abnormal if the
radome is removed.
Ø70 cm (27.5”)
Figure 08 : Radome Dimension of s6HD
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Mark of the Antenna Mounting Position
Referring to the mounting template, mark where the antenna is to be
mounted on a ship (it must be a flat surface) or on a separate power
tower by drawing a square of 30.4cm (12”).
30.4 cm (12”)
Note: If a power tower is not suitable to mount the antenna, separate
cable shock and waterproofing measures must be taken to protect the
RF connector from being exposed to the sea water and external shocks.
An exposed cable may cause electric shock and cause serious damage
to the equipment.
30.4cm (12”)
Figure 09 : Mounting Hole Position of s6HD
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Securing Holes for Bolts and Cable Way
Make 4 bolt holes of 10mm diameter, one at each corner of a rectangle
drawn as below, and make a circular hole of 80mm diameter at the
center of the rectangle through which the cable will run.
Connection of the Cable
Remove the rubber cap from RF connector. Connect the RF cable to the
RF connector under the base plate through the access hole using an
11mm spanner. Be careful not to over tighten, as you may damage the
connector.
11mm
Spanner
Ø 10mm
Drill
Antenna Unit
Ø80mm
Hole Saw
RF Cables
Figure 11 : Connectors on Bottom of Antenna
Figure 10 : Drilling Instruction
Note: Do not use excessive force when using the spanner, this will
damage the threads. Be careful that the connectors do not contact the
mounting surface of the antenna, this may cause a critical malfunction
and serious damage to the equipment.
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Installing the ACU
Mounting the Antenna
Attach the antenna by using the hex head bolts (M8X50L), M8 spring
washers, and M8 flat washers supplied.
ACU Dimensions
Deck
M8 Flat Washer
21.7 cm (8.5”)
Antenna Unit Support
18.5 cm (7.3”)
22.8 cm (9”)
M8 Spring Washer
M8 Hex. Bolt
13mm Spanner
Figure 12 : Mounting the Antenna
17.8 cm (7”)
5.4 cm (2.1”)
5.5 cm (2.2”)
Figure 13 : Dimension of ACU
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Selection of Installation Site
The ACU should be installed below deck, in a location that is:
• Dry, cool, and ventilated.
• Easy access from your main TV viewing area.
ACU Installation
1. The ACU should be installed using the two supplied mounting
brackets which allow for a top or bottom mounting configuration.
2. Using the self tapping screws supplied, attach the mounting brackets
to the sides of the ACU.
3. Place the ACU in the location where it is going to be installed.
4. Connect the cables to the rear of the ACU.
5. Using a pencil to mark the 4 hole positions (2 on each side), and
use the appropriate drill bit to drill them.
Figure 14 : Mounting the ACU
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Advance Configuration – Up to 32 receivers for
DIRECTV 99°W,101°W,and 103°W reception
An Intellian 32 receiver expansion kit can be purchased with the
antenna. In this configuration 2 SWM 16 switches are mounted below
decks. Both switches require a 29v SWM power supply.
RF L1 is connected through the ACU to a 2-way splitter, and then to the
13v0khz input on 2 SWM 16 switches.
RF S1 connects through a 2-way splitter to the 18v0khz input on 2 SWM
16 switches.
RF L2 connects through a 2-way splitter to the 18v22khz input on 2
SWM 16 switches.
RF S2 connects through a 2-way splitter to the 13v22khz input on 2
SWM 16 switches.
See diagram below.
Note: Removal of the SWM switch from the antenna dome by noncertified technicians will void the warranty.
Antenna
Antenna
FG
-
ANT RF1
+
+
DC 10.8~15.6V
FUSE
RECEIVER
NMEA
PC INTERFACE
PV23-302x4
SWM Power 1
SWM16 1
SWM16 2
SWM Power 2
Figure 16 : 32 Receivers Connection
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Standard Configuration –Single receiver for
Legacy DIRECTV reception
RF L1 is connected to the ACU. RF L2 is connected directly to the
receiver. For multiple receivers a separate multiswitch must be
purchased. RF S1 must be connected to the 29v SWM power supply.
ACU
FG
-
ANT RF1
+
+
Note: SWM Power Supply must be connected to S1 to power
multiswitch inside antenna radome.
DC 10.8~15.6V
L2
SWM
Power
Supply
FUSE
RECEIVER
NMEA
PC INTERFACE
L1
Receiver 1
Multiswitch
Figure 17 : Multi Receivers Connection
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Standard Configuration – Single or Multiple receivers for
Legacy DIRECTV reception
RF L1 needs to be connected through the ACU to the RHCP 13v0khz
on the multiswitch. RF L2 needs to be connected to the LHCP 18v0khz
on the multiswitch. RF S1 must be connected to the 29v SWM power
supply.
ACU
FG
-
ANT RF1
+
+
DC 10.8~15.6V
S1 L2
Note: SWM Power Supply must be connected to S1 to power
multiswitch inside antenna radome.
SWM
Power
Supply
FUSE
RECEIVER
NMEA
PC INTERFACE
L1
LHCP
RHCP
MultiSwitch
Receiver 1
R4
R3
R2
Figure 15 : 16 Receivers Connection
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Standard configuration – Single receiver for Dish Network, Bell TV receptions
RF L1 connects through the ACU to RF1 input on the MIM. RF L2 connects to the RF2 input on the MIM.
RS-232 serial cable (supplied) is connected from the ACU to the MIM. RF S1 must be connected to the
29v SWM power supply.
Note: SWM Power Supply must be connected to S1 to power multiswitch inside antenna radome.
ACU
FG
S1
L2
L1
-
ANT RF1
+
+
DC 10.8~15.6V
FUSE
RECEIVER
NMEA
PC INTERFACE
SWM
Power
Supply
Figure 18 : Single Receiver Connection
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Standard Configuration – Multiple receivers for Dish Network, Bell TV receptions
RF L1 connects through the ACU to RF1 input on the MIM. RF L2 connects to the RF2 input on the MIM. RS-232 serial
cable (supplied) is connected from the ACU to the MIM. RF S1 must be connected to the 29v SWM power supply.
Note: SWM Power Supply must be connected to S1 to power multiswitch inside antenna radome.
FG
-
ANT RF1
+
+
L1
S1
DC 10.8~15.6V
FUSE
RECEIVER
NMEA
PC INTERFACE
L2
SWM
Power
Supply
Figure 19 : Multi Receivers Connection
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Intellian Satellite TV Antenna Systems
Connecting the System to a GPS
Your satellite TV system has a built-in GPS. If the internal GPS doesn’t
operate properly, you can directly connect your boat’s NMEA 0183GPS
tothesystemthroughtheACU’s external GPS connector. To do this you
will need lengths of cable suitable for connecting to your GPS system
and the green 2-way ACU GPS connector supplied with your Intellian
s6HDSatellite TV System.
To Connect the System to a GPS
1. Strip back the insulation of each cable and connect a cable to each
terminal of the 2-way connector.
2. Tighten the locking screws.
3. Connect the cable from the +ve (positive) terminal of the ACU GPS
connector to the NMEA OUT wire of the boat’s GPS system.
4. Connect the cable from the –ve (negative) terminal of the ACU GPS
connector to the ground wire of the boat’s GPS system.
5. Refit the ACU GPS connector to the rear of the ACU.
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FG
-
ANT RF1
+
+
DC 9 - 30 V
FUSE
NMEA
NMEA OUT (+)
RECEIVER
PC INTERFACE
GROUND (-)
Figure 20 : NMEA 0183 GPS Connection
Multi-band Alignment Control Systems
Intellian s6HD with an embedded multi-band alignment control systems
keeps the multi-feed LNB aligned with the three DIRECTV satellites at
sea even during harsh marine environment or high-speed cruising.
DBT
(Dynamic Beam Tilting)
Monitor Sensor
for Multi-band
Alignment Control
Multi-feed
Multi-band LNB
Figure 21 : Multiband Alignment Control Systems
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Intellian Satellite TV Antenna Systems
Operation Instruction
Introduction
This section of the handbook describes how to setup your Satellite TV
System after installing the ACU. It includes the following functions:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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System startup
Changing the default satellite
Monitoring the antenna status
Setting sleep mode
Entering setup mode
Setting the satellite pair
Editing satellite information
Setting the antenna parameter
Setting GPS
Setting the DiSEqC method
Display versions
Display power status
Setting antenna go position
Setting antenna move step
Setting remote control
Setting the factory default parameters
Performing diagnostic tests
Note: Many of the listed functions will only be required only after initial
installation of your system. Refer to the Quick Installation Guide before
operating the system.
Operating the ACU
ACU Soft Keys
Normal Mode
Start Up
With the system installed and power applied, the ACU screen will show
the following sequence:
INITIALIZE ACU
INTELLIAN s6HD
POWER
Press to select
On-screen option
BACK
ENTER
INITIALIZE ANTENNA
1. Data communication is being established
between the antenna and the ACU. The ACU
is initialized.
2. The antenna is initialized.
INTELLIAN s6HD
Figure 22 : ACU Soft Keys
SEARCH
A: DTV101
B:DTV99
SETUP
TRACKING
A: DTV101
B:DTV99
SETUP
3. The antenna is searching for Satellite A.
4. The antenna has located the satellite and is
now tracking.
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Changing Target Satellite
Your antenna is pre-programmed with either two (Dual-Sat mode) or
three (Tri-Sat mode) candidates of target satellites as a default mode.
To change a target satellite, press LEFT soft key. The target satellite is
changed and is automatically tracked by the antenna.
Tri-Sat Mode
TRACKING
A: DTV101
B: DTV99
DTV103#
1. Press LEFT soft key for tracking
Satellite B.
Dual-Sat Mode
TRACKING
B: DTV99
TRACKING
B: DTV101
A: DTV101
SETUP
B: DTV99
SETUP
1. Press LEFT soft key for tracking
Satellite B.
2. The antenna is tracking Satellite B.
TRACKING
DTV103#
TRACKING
DTV103#
TRACKING
DTV101
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B: DTV99
2. The antenna is tracking Satellite B.
DTV101
B: DTV99
DTV101
C: DTV103#
DTV99
3. Press LEFT soft key for tracking
Satellite C.
4. The antenna is tracking Satellite C.
Monitoring the Current Antenna Status
When the powered on, ACU displays the status of the antenna. The
current status of the antenna is displayed as shown below.
SEARCH
A: DTV101
B:DTV99
SETUP
TRACKING
A: DTV101
B:DTV99
SETUP
ANTENNA IS UNWRAPING
B:DTV99
SETUP
TRACKING
A: DTV101
B:DTV99
SETUP
1. The antenna is searching Satellite A.
AZ : ###.# EL : ##.#
SIGNAL : ### ● [VL]
2. The antenna is tracking Satellite A.
###.##E
##.##N
5. Antenna position detail and signal strength are
displayed.
6. Press center soft key to display current GPS
information. Press center soft key to return
to main tracking mode.
3. The antenna is unwrapping the cable.
4. The antenna is again tracking Satellite
A. Press center soft key to display
position detail.
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Setup Mode
Sleep Mode
If the antenna has lost the tracked satellite while in sleep mode, sleep
mode will be canceled.
TRACKING
B:DTV99
TRACKING
B:DTV99
A: DTV101
1. Press BACK to enter sleep mode.
SETUP
A: DTV101
SETUP
Begin Setup Mode
To enter the Setup Mode simply follow the instructions below:
TRACKING
A: DTV101
B:DTV99
2. Press BACK again to exit sleep mode.
2. Press YES to enter setup mode.
SETUP MODE ?
NO
YES
3. Press YES to set the satellite pair.
SET SAT PAIR ?
PREV
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1. While the antenna is tracking press SETUP
SETUP
YES
NEXT
Setting the Satellite Pair
You can change the satellite pair if you decide to receive satellite television service from a different service provider.
1. Press YES to enter setup mode.
SETUP MODE ?
YES
NO
2. Press YES to set satellite pair.
SET SAT PAIR ?
PREV
YES
NEXT
SAT A : DTV101
PREV
PREV
NO
SELECT
NEXT
SELECT
5. Set satellite B
Press PREV to show previous satellite name.
Press SELECT to set chosen satellite to SAT B.
Press NEXT to show next satellite name.
NEXT
6. Set satellite C
Press PREV to show previous satellite name.
Press SELECT to set chosen satellite to SAT C.
Press NEXT to show next satellite name.
SAT C : DTV103
3. Press YES to set triple satellites.
SET TRIPLE SAT ?
YES
NEXT
SAT B : DTV99
PREV
SELECT
SAVE ?
YES
NO
7. Press YES to save selections.
Press NO to cancel and return to main setup
mode.
4. Set satellite A
Press PREV to show previous satellite name.
Press SELECT to set chosen satellite to SAT A.
Press NEXT to show next satellite name.
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Setting GPS
It is possible to set up and modify the GPS information, which enhances
the antenna functionality.
1. Press YES to enter setup mode.
SETUP MODE ?
YES
-
NO
SET SAT PAIR ?
PREV
YES
LONGITUDE ###.## E
NEXT
2. Press NEXT to enter GPS setup
mode.
INPUT
+
LATITUDE ##.## N
-
INPUT
+
X1
3. Press YES to set GPS.
SET GPS ?
PREV
YES
NEXT
SAVE ?
YES
LONGITUDE ###.## E
-
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INPUT
+
4. Input the longitude data.
+ increases the value. - decreases the value.
Change the underscored digit using the +/buttons.
Press
INPUT to accept the value and move to
next digit. Press BACK to move to previous digit.
NO
5. Press ENTER to move to next screen.
Press BACK to move to previous screen.
6. Input the latitude data.
+ increases the value. - decreases the value.
Change the underscored digit using the
+/- buttons.
P ress INPUT to accept the value and move to
next digit.
Press BACK to move to previous digit.
7. Press YES to accept data.
Press NO to cancel and return to main setup
mode.
Edit Satellite Information
It is possible to modify the existing satellite information and input new
satellite information into the ACU as well. It is not recommended for a
novice satellite service user to use this mode.
1. Press YES to enter setup mode.
SETUP MODE ?
YES
NO
SET SAT PAIR ?
PREV
YES
NEXT
2. Press NEXT twice to enter edit satellite info
mode.
X2
YES
SELECT
+
SAT NAME : DTV101
-
INPUT
+
NEXT
-
4. Set the satellite name.
PREV - Shows previous satellite
name.
SELECT - Select the displayed satel
lite for editing.
NEXT - Shows next satellite name.
Press ENTER to move to next screen.
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INPUT
5. Input the satellite name.
+ increases the value. - decreases the value.
Change the underscored digit using the +/buttons.
Press INPUT to accept the value and move to
next digit.
Press BACK to move to previous digit.
6. Press ENTER to move to next screen.
Press BACK to return previous screen.
7. Input the satellite position.
+ increases the value. - decreases the value.
Change the underscored digit using the
+/- buttons.
Press INPUT to accept the value and move to
next digit.
Press BACK to move to previous digit.
LONGITUDE 124.00 E
NEXT
SAT NAME : DTV101
PREV
INPUT
3. Press YES to edit satellite info.
EDIT SAT INFO ?
PREV
SAT NAME : DTV101
-
+
8. Input the tracking frequency (MHz) and symbol
rate (KHz) for vertical low band.
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-
INPUT
+
HOR LOW 12523 21096
-
INPUT
+
HOR LOW NID 0x0003
-
INPUT
+
VER HIGH 12598 21096
-
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INPUT
9. Input the network ID (NID) for vertical low band.
+
VER HIGH NID 0x0003
-
10. Input the tracking frequency (MHz) and symbol
rate (KHz) for horizontal low band.
11. Input the network ID (NID) for horizontal low
band.
12. Input the tracking frequency (MHz) and symbol
rate (KHz) for vertical high band.
INPUT
+
HOR HIGH 12523 21096
-
INPUT
+
HOR HIGH NID 0x0003
-
INPUT
+
VERIFY : DSS DECODE
PREV
SELECT
NEXT
13. Input the network ID (NID) for vertical high
band.
14. Input the tracking frequency (MHz) and symbol
rate (KHz) for horizontal high band.
15. Input the network ID (NID) for horizontal high
band.
16. Select the Verification Method* of tracking
satellite.
PREV - Shows previous method.
SELECT - Set the displayed method.
NEXT - Shows next method.
VOLTAGE : AUTO
PREV
SELECT
NEXT
DISEQC : AUTO
PREV
SELECT
NEXT
SAVE?
YES
NO
17. Select the Voltage Supply Method* to LNB.
(AUTO is recommended)
18. Select the DISEQC Method*.
(AUTO is recommended)
19. Press YES to save the input information.
Press NO to cancel and return to main setup
mode.
Verification Method*
SIGNAL - use only signal level for tracking
DVB LOCK - use only DVB Lock signal for tracking
DVB DECODE - verify satellite using DVB decoding method for tracking
DSS DECODE - decode only DSS Lock signal for tracking
AGC AFTER DECODE - for tracking Ka-Band satellite
Voltage Supply Method*
AUTO – Supply 13V or 18V to LNB
ONLY 13 V - always supply 13 V to LNB
ONLY 18 V - always supply 18 V to LNB
DISEQC Method*
AUTO – Supply 0KHz tone or 22KHz tone to LNB
ONLY 0 KHz – always supply 0KHz tone to LNB
ONLY 22 KHz – always supply 22KHz tone to LNB
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Setting the Antenna Parameters
It is not recommended for a novice satellite service user to use this
mode. Consult Intellian for changing antenna parameters.
1. Press YES to enter setup mode.
SETUP MODE ?
SET SAT PAIR ?
PREV
YES
WRS LEVEL : 0500
-
NO
YES
NEXT
INPUT
2. Press the NEXT three times to enter Set
Antenna Parameter menu.
X3
ANOTHER PARAMETER
YES
SET ANT PARAMETER
PREV
YES
+
NO
NEXT
SAVE ?
PARAM: SCAN OFFSET
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YES
6. Press YES to setup another parameter.
Press NO to cancel and return to main setup
mode.
3. Press YES to set antenna parameter.
YES
PREV
5. Input the WRS LEVEL.
+ increases the value. - decreases the value.
Change the underscored digit using the +/buttons.
Press INPUT to accept the value and move to
next digit.
Press BACK to move to previous digit.
Press ENTER to move to next screen.
NEXT
4. Select the PARAM*
PREV - Shows previous parameter.
SELECT - Set the displayed parameter.
NEXT - Shows next parameter.
Press ENTER to move to next screen.
NO
7. Press YES to save the input information.
Press NO to cancel and return to main setup
mode.
PARAM*
Scan Offset
The scan offset is to offset the angle difference between the
black marker on the sub-reflector and the optical sensor.
DiSEqC Level
The DiSEqC level is to distinguish 0KHz tone and 22KHz tone.
Track Scale
The track scale is to control the tracking speed while antenna
is tracking the satellite.
Offset RH-LH
The offset RH-LH is to offset the signal difference between
RHCP and LHCP.
Detect Level
The detect level is to set the satellite signal detection level.
EL Offset
The EL offset is to offset the angle difference between the
mechanical elevation angle and actual elevation angle.
WRS Level
The WRS level is to set the WRS detection level.
Use WRS
Use WRS is to determine whether the system uses WRS level
or not. “Use WRS” and “WRS Level” are pair functions.
Track Offset
The tracking offset is to offset the satellite signal tracking
level.
Offset
Difference
Offset difference is to determine whether the system to uses
“Offset RH-LH” or not. “Offset Difference” and “Offset RH-LH”
are pair functions.
Power Level
The power level is to distinguish the voltage between 13 V and 18 V.
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Setting the LNB Local Frequency
It is possible to select a local frequency from ACU. It is not recommended for a novice satellite service user to use this mode.
Case1. Single band LNB is used.
1. Press YES to enter setup mode.
SETUP MODE ?
YES
NO
-
SET SAT PAIR ?
PREV
YES
LOCAL FREQ: #####MHz
NEXT
SAVE ?
YES
PREV
YES
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SELECT
3. Press YES to set local frequency.
NEXT
LNB TYPE : SINGLE
PREV
NEXT
+
2. Press NEXT four times to enter set local
frequency mode.
X4
SET LOCAL FREQ ?
INPUT
4. Select the LNB Type* - SINGLE.
PREV - Shows previous LNB type.
SELECT - Set the displayed LNB type.
NEXT - Shows next LNB type.
Press ENTER to move to next screen.
NO
5. Input the local frequency of LNB.
+ increases the value. - decreases the value.
Change the underscored digit using the
+/-buttons.
Press INPUT to accept the value and move to
next digit.
Press BACK to move to previous digit.
Press ENTER to move to next screen.
6. Press YES to accept the data.
Press NO to cancel and return to main setup
mode.
Case 2. Universal LNB is used (Low band local frequency-9750
MHz/High band local frequency 10600 MHz).
1. Press YES to enter setup mode.
SETUP MODE ?
YES
NO
YES
SET SAT PAIR ?
PREV
YES
NEXT
2. P ress NEXT four times to enter set local
frequency mode.
X4
SET LOCAL FREQ ?
PREV
YES
SELECT
3. Press YES to set local frequency.
NEXT
LNB TYPE : UNIVERSAL
PREV
SAVE ?
NEXT
NO
5. Press YES to accept the data.
Press NO to cancel and return to
main setup mode.
LNB Type*
SINGLE: Single Band LNB
Asia 11300 MHz, Japan 10678 MHz, Korea 10750 MHz,
America 11250 MHz
UNIVERSAL : Universal LNB
Low band local frequency - 9750 MHz
High band local frequency - 10600 MHz
4. Select the LNB Type* - UNIVERSAL.
PREV - Shows previous LNB type.
SELECT - Set the displayed LNB type.
NEXT - Shows next LNB type.
Press ENTER to move to next screen.
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Setting the DiSEqC Method
DiSEqC selection can be made from ACU. It is not recommended for a
novice satellite service user to use this mode.
1. Press YES to enter setup mode.
SETUP MODE ?
YES
YES
NO
2. Press NEXT five times to enter DISEQC mode.
SET SAT PAIR ?
PREV
YES
NEXT
X5
3. Press YES to use DISEQC.
USE DISEQC ?
PREV
YES
NEXT
DO NOT USE DISEQC
PREV
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SELECT
SAVE ?
NEXT
4. Select the DiSEqC Method*
PREV - Shows previous DiSEqC Method.
SELECT/ENTER - Set the displayed DiSEqC
method.
NEXT - Shows next DiSEqC Method.
Press ENTER to move to next screen.
NO
5. Press YES to accept the selection.
Press NO to cancel and return to main setup
mode.
DiSEqC Method*
DO NOT USE DISEQC - DiSEqC is not being used.
USE TO CHANGE BAND - DiSEqC is being used to change to low and high band.
USE TO CHANGE SAT - DiSEqC is being used to change tracking satellite.
Display Versions
This sequence enables you to see what version of antenna and ACU
software are installed on your system.
1. Press YES to enter Setup mode.
SETUP MODE ?
NO
YES
S/N: 0000000000
SET SAT PAIR ?
PREV
YES
ANT S/W VER : 4.00
NEXT
2. Press NEXT six times to enter the View
Version mode .
EXIT
ACU S/W VER : 0.01
S/N: 0000000000
EXIT
5. Antenna software version and S/N are shown.
Press EXIT to return to main setup mode.
6. ACU software version and S/N are shown.
Press EXIT to return to main setup mode.
X6
3. Press YES to view version.
VIEW VERSION ?
PREV
YES
NEXT
B2 - 631HD
S/N: 0000000000
EXIT
LIBRARY VER : 0.01
S/N: 0000000000
EXIT
7. Library version and S/N are shown.
Press EXIT to return to main setup mode.
4. Antenna product name and S/N are shown.
Press EXIT to return to main setup mode.
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Display Power
1. Press YES to enter setup mode.
SETUP MODE ?
EXIT
SET SAT PAIR ?
PREV
YES
NEXT
2. Press NEXT seven times to enter the view
power mode.
X7
3. Press YES to view power.
VIEW POWER ?
PREV
YES
NEXT
ACU POWER : 27.1 V
EXIT
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ANT POWER : 25.9 V
NO
YES
4. ACU power is shown.
Press any key to return to main setup mode.
IRD : 18V + ##kHz
EXIT
5. Antenna power is shown.
Press any key to return to main setup mode.
6. IRD voltage with tone is shown.
Press EXIT to return to main setup mode.
Setting Remote Control
1. Press YES to enter setup mode.
SETUP MODE ?
YES
SET SAT PAIR ?
PREV
YES
FUNC : SLEEP MODE
NEXT
NO
NEXT
2. P ress NEXT eight times to enter remote control
setting mode .
SELECT
EXIT
PRESS A REMOTE KEY
BACK
EXIT
X8
3. Press YES to set remote control.
SET REMOCON ?
PREV
YES
SELECT
EXIT
4. Select the Function*
NEXT - Shows next function.
6. Point remote control to ACU.
Press any key on remote control for selected
function and press same key again for
confirmation.
Press BACK to move to previous screen.
Press EXIT to return to main setup mode.
FAILED - TRY AGAIN
7. If failed to press the same key twice, TRY AGAIN
will be displayed.
THAT KEY IS USING
8. If failed to register a free key, KEY IS USING will
be displayed.
NEXT
FUNC : CHANGE SAT
NEXT
5. SELECT/ENTER - Registers a key on remote
control.
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REMOTE KEY REGISTED
FUNC : CHANGE SAT
NEXT
SELECT
EXIT
9. R EMOTE KEY REGISTED will be displayed if key
has been properly registered.
10. Press NEXT to show next function.
Press EXIT to return to main setup mode.
Function*
CHANGE SAT - Change the target satellite.
SLEEP MODE - Enter sleep mode.
CLEAR REGISTERED KEY - Clear registered key.
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Setting Antenna Go Position
The antenna can be controlled manually by using the ACU.
1. Press YES to enter setup mode.
SETUP MODE ?
YES
NO
SET SAT PAIR ?
PREV
YES
GO TO EL : ##.#
-
NEXT
+
INPUT
2. P ress NEXT nine times to enter Antenna Go
Position mode.
X9
GO TO POSITION ?
YES
YES
6. Press YES to move the antenna to input position.
Press NO to return to the Antenna Go Position
mode.
3. Press YES to go position.
ANT GO POSITION ?
PREV
NO
5. Input position value for elevation (EL) axis.
+ increases the value. - decreases the value.
Change the underscored digit using the
+/- buttons.
Press INPUT to accept the value and move to
next digit.
Press BACK to move to previous digit.
Press ENTER to move to next screen.
NEXT
AZ:###.#
EL:###.#
7. Press EXIT to return to main setup mode.
EXIT
GO TO AZ : ##.#
-
INPUT
+
4. Input position value for azimuth (AZ) axis.
+increases the value. - decreases the value.
Change the underscored digit using the
+/- buttons.
Press INPUT to accept the value and move to
next digit.
Press BACK to move to previous digit.
Press ENTER to move to next screen.
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Setting Antenna Move Step
The antenna can be moved by 1° step manually by using ACU.
1. Press YES to enter setup mode.
SETUP MODE ?
YES
NO
DOWN
SET SAT PAIR ?
PREV
YES
NEXT
2. P ress NEXT ten times to enter the Antenna
Move Step mode.
X10
3. Press YES to move step.
ANT MOVE STEP ?
PREV
YES
NEXT
STEP AZ : ###.#
CCW
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EL
STEP EL : ##.#
CW
4. Move the antenna in the AZ axis.
CW - Move the antenna clockwise.
CCW - Move the antenna counter clockwise.
EL - Go to elevation control screen.
EXIT
UP
5. Move the antenna in the EL axis.
UP - Move the antenna up.
DOWN - Move the antenna down.
Executing Antenna Diagnosis
The antenna status can be checked by reviewing the results of the
diagnostic self-test of the antenna. Refer to the following codes to understand the test results.
1. Press YES to enter setup mode.
SETUP MODE ?
YES
SET SAT PAIR ?
PREV
YES
CODE 101 PASSED.
RESULT: ●
NO
NEXT
EXIT
5. CODE* 101 has passed.
Press EXIT to return to main setup mode.
2. P ress NEXT eleven times to enter Antenna
Diagnosis mode.
X11
3. Press YES to diagnosis antenna.
ANT DIAGNOSIS ?
PREV
YES
NEXT
CODE 101 TESTING
RESULT: ?
EXIT
4. CODE 101 is being tested.
Press EXIT to return to main setup mode.
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CODE*
CODE 101 Data communication between antenna and antenna control unit is
tested. If failed, check the RF cable.
CODE 107 Skew System is tested.
if failed, check the control board, skew motor, and skew sensor.
CODE 102 AZ CW limit is tested.
If failed, check the limit sensors, motor and belt for AZ axis.
CODE 108 Antenna Input Power is tested.
If failed, check the RF cable.
CODE 103 AZ CCW limit is tested.
If failed, check the limit sensors, motor and belt for AZ axis.
CODE 109 ACU Power is tested.
If failed, check the ACU power cable and Input DC power.
CODE 104 EL axis is tested.
If failed, check the limit sensors, motor and belt for EL axis.
CODE 110 IRD Power is test to IRD cable and IRD power.
CODE 105 Sub reflector is tested.
If failed, check the sub reflector.
CODE 106 LNB is tested.
If failed, check the LNB and control board.
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RESULT
STATUS
• Test is passed.
- Test is skipped.
? Test is under processing.
Number refers to an error code
(••3••• -•••) 3 means error code 103.
Setting Region
1. Press YES to enter setup mode.
SETUP MODE ?
YES
NO
PREV
SET SAT PAIR ?
PREV
YES
REGION : LOS_ANGELES
NEXT
2. P ress NEXT twelve times to enter load region
information mode.
SELECT
NEXT
LOAD ?
YES
NO
5. Select the Region*.
PREV - Shows previous region.
SELECT - Set the displayed region.
NEXT - Shows next region.
6. Press YES to load region information.
Press NO to cancel and return to main setup
mode.
X12
LOAD REGION INFO ?
PREV
YES
CONTINENT : N_AMERICA
PREV
SELECT
3. Press YES to load region information.
NEXT
NEXT
LOADING :
■■■■
7. Loading selected region information.
DO NOT TURN OFF!
4. Select the Continent*.
PREV - Shows previous continent.
SELECT - Set the displayed continent.
NEXT - Shows next continent.
Continent*
N. AMERICA, S.AMERICA, EUROPE, ASIA.
Region*
NEW YORK, MIAMI, UK, JAPAN, and etc.
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Setting the Factory Default Parameters
This will restore the antenna back to factory default settings.
1. Press YES to enter setup mode.
SETUP MODE ?
YES
NO
SET SAT PAIR ?
PREV
YES
NEXT
2. Press NEXT thirteen times to enter default
setting mode.
X13
3. Press YES to set default parameters.
SET DEFAULT ?
PREV
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YES
NEXT
Operation Using PC Controller Program
Introduction
GUI Software of Intellian s6HD has been created for the user to easily set up the antenna by using personal computer.
Using the GUI program enables the user to easily monitor and modify the information of antenna, satellite and GPS.
Additionally, detailed diagnostic methods of the antenna are provided by the GUI program.
To start this program,
1. Connect one end of PC serial cable to the serial port on the computer.
2. Connect the other end of the PC serial cable to the “PC INTERFACE” on the rear of ACU.
3. Execute GUI program by inserting the CD-ROM supplied by Intellian into a CD-ROM drive of the computer.
Figure 23 : Intellian Antenna PC Controller Program
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Program Initialing and Serial Port Setup
The communication between the ACU and antenna must be established as the first step in order to start setting your antenna.
Figure 24 : Setup for Serial Communication
Command Buttons
• Baud Rate Setting – To display data communication speed.
• Communication Status Display – To display data communication between ACU and PC.
• Serial Port Setting – To select serial port to be used.
• Connect / Disconnect – To establish connection between ACU and PC.
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Main Menu
Antenna Status Monitoring
• Search – Antenna is searching for the selected satellite.
• Tracking – Antenna is tracking the selected satellite.
• Initialize – Antenna or the ACU is initializing.
• Unwrap – Antenna is unwinding/winding the cable in the antenna.
• Setup – Antenna is in setup mode.
• Comm. – Antenna is able to be communicated.
Command Buttons
• Restart – To exit setup mode and restart antenna again.
• Setup – To enter the setup mode.
• Get Antenna Information – To indicate the information on display after receiving
input from he antenna.
Figure 25 : Main Menu
• Factory Setting – To initialize all antenna information to default as it was in the
factory status.
• Load Default – To select the regional library on PC program.
• Update Default – To update the antenna using the selected regional library on PC
program.
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Set Region
1. Load default: Click “Load Default” button to select satellite library (*.rif file) according to your
current region.
3. Click “OK” button to complete the update.
Figure 26 : Load Regional Library
2. Update default: Click “Update Default” button to open update default dialogue. Click “YES”
button to update the system.
Figure27 : Confirm the update
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Figure 28 : Update completed
Controller Menus
Set Antenna GPS and Find Antenna Angle
Antenna makes use of GPS information to search satellite faster. More
precise the GPS information is, quicker the antenna is able to search
for a satellite. The method to input information into GPS is to push “Set
GPS” button after keying in the latitude and longitude information on “City
GPS”. Pushing “Add City” button stores the GPS information. By selecting
the stored region in the list box, the GPS information of each region is
displayed. The Intellian s6HD satellite TV antenna system utilizes GPS data
to locate the satellite faster.
Command Buttons
• Load GPS Files – Reads various city information from the GPS files.
• Add City – Adds the name of city and its GPS information to GPS files.
• Delete City – Deletes the name of city and its GPS information from the GPS files.
• Set GPS – Inputs the indicated GPS information on display to antenna.
• Find Angles & Skew Antenna GPS – Finds the current antenna angle and skew
angle in relation to the longitude (orbit position) of satellite and antenna current
GPS.
• Find Angles & Skew City GPS – Finds the current antenna angle and skew angle in
relation to the longitude (orbit position) of satellite and city GPS.
Figure 29 : Antenna Angle and GPS Information
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Setting Satellite Information
• Satellite Information
The name, longitude and confirmation method of the satellite is displayed when a
satellite is selected in the list box. Push “Edit Satellite Information” button to update
the information on modifying the value.
• DiSEqC
When the operation method of DiSEqC is selected to “Change Band”, DiSEqC may
be used for updating the local frequency and to “Change Satellite”, for updating the
target satellite.
• Registration of target satellite.
Pushing ➊ or ➋ button after selecting the satellite in the list box makes it possible
to register A or B in Dual-sat mode.
Pushing ➊ or ➋ or ➌ button after selecting the satellite in the list box makes it
possible to register A or B or C in Tri-sat mode.
Figure 30 : Setup for Satellite Information
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• Local Frequency
In case that DiSEqC is selected to “Change Band”, be sure to push the
“Universal LNB” button. In case that the DiSEqC is selected to “Not Use”
or “Change Satellite”, be sure to push “Single Band” button and input the
Local Frequency, and then push “ Set Local Frequency” button.
Command Buttons
• Edit Satellite Information – To modify the satellite information.
• Register for Sat A – To register a satellite to satellite A.
• Register for Sat B – To register a satellite to satellite B.
• Register for Sat C – To register a satellite to satellite C. (Tri- Sat Mode)
• Not Use – Do not use DiSEqC.
• Change Band – To use DiSEqC to change band.
• Change Satellite – To use DiSEqC to change the satellite.
• Single Band – Antenna in use of single band LNB.
• Universal Band – Antenna in use of universal LNB.
• Set Local Frequency – To select local frequency of LNB.
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Set Tracking Information of Satellite [Primary]
The Antenna makes use of GPS information to search satellite signal faster.
The more precise the GPS information is, the quicker the antenna is able
to search for the satellite. The method to input information is to push “Set
GPS” button after keying in the latitude and longitude information on “City
GPS”. Pushing “Add City” button stores the GPS information. By selecting
the stored region in the list box, the GPS information of each region is
displayed. The Intellian s6HD satellite TV antenna systems utilizes GPS data
to locate the satellite faster.
Command Buttons
• Edit Satellite Information – To change frequency information of the antenna.
• Satellite Information – Satellite information consists of frequency, symbol and
NID (Network ID) of a transponder in tracking satellite. There are four groups of
satellite information. ‘Vertical/RHCP’ is applied when IRD supply 13V, and
‘Horizontal/LHCP’ is applied when IRD supply 18V. ‘LOW’ is applied when DiSEqC
signal is not detected from IRD, ‘HIGH’ is applied when DiSEqC signal is detected
from IRD. If you select ‘Not Use’ or ‘Change Satellite’, two ‘HIGH’ groups are
inactivated. If you select Change Band’, two ‘High’ groups are activated and you
can modify satellite information which is applied when DiSEqC signal is detected
from IRD. After modifying information, press ‘Edit Satellite Information’ button, then
new information is updated in the antenna.
• Pol & Band Control – Te “Pol” controls 13V (Vertical/ RHCP band) and 18V
(Horizontal/LHCP band). The “Band” control DiSEqC 0KHz tone (Low band) and
22KHz (High band).
Figure 31 : Setting up the Primary Tracking Information
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Voltage
DiSEqC
Discription
13V
18V
0KHz
22KHz
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
AUTO
•
AUTO
AUTO
•
•
AUTO
•
•
•
AUTO
AUTO
•
•
•
13V & 18V and DiSEqC 22KHz tone to LNB
13V and DiSEqC 0KHz & 22KHz tone to LNB
13V and DiSEqC 0KHz tone to LNB
•
•
13V & 18V and DiSEqC 0KHz & 22KHz tone to LNB
13V & 18V and DiSEqC 0KHz tone to LNB
AUTO
13V and DiSEqC 22KHz tone to LNB
18V and DiSEqC 0KHz & 22KHz tone to LNB
18V and DiSEqC 0KHz tone to LNB
•
18V and DiSEqC 22KHz tone to LNB
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Set Tracking Information of Satellite [Secondary]
Figure 32 : Setting up the Secondary Tracking Information
Command Buttons
• Edit Satellite Information – To change frequency information of the antenna.
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Move Antenna and Execute Antenna Diagnosis
• Angle of Antenna
Two kinds of antenna movement is available. One is to move by the target position
and the other is to move by certain amount of angle. The current position (angle) of
the antenna is displayed as “Current” and to move to the target position, push “Go
to target Position” button after keying in desired angle into “Target”. To move to a
certain amount of angle only, move antenna to direction of up or down, and CW or
CCW by using
buttons after keying in the desired angle into the AZ and EL in
the “Mover Step” box.
• Self-Diagnosis
If the “Diagnosis” button is pressed, it displays the results of the self- diagnosis after
the test is completed. The blue circle means the antenna is normal; red represents
abnormal and green represents the antenna is under diagnosis.
Command Buttons
Figure 33 : Antenna Diagnosis
• Go to Target Position – To move the antenna to the present position.
• Diagnosis – To diagnose the antenna (BLUE – Passed, RED – Failed, GREEN –
Under diagnosis)
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Set Antenna Parameters for Control
It is not recommended for a novice satellite service to use this mode.
Consult Intellian for changing antenna parameters.
Command Buttons
• Set Control Parameter – To register parameters value.
• Set Flags – To set flag setting for WRS method or offset difference.
Figure 34 : Antenna Parameters
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Parameter Setting - To set antenna parameter values.
Scan Offset
The scan offset is to offset the angle difference between the
black marker on the sub-reflector and the optical sensor.
DiSEqC Level
The DiSEqC level is to distinguish 0KHz tone and 22KHz tone.
Track Scale
The track scale is to control the tracking speed while antenna
is tracking the satellite.
Offset RH-LH
The offset RH-LH is to offset the signal difference between
RHCP and LHCP.
Detect Level
The detect level is to set the satellite signal detection level.
EL Offset
The EL offset is to offset the angle difference between the
mechanical elevation angle and actual elevation angle.
WRS Level
The WRS level is to set the WRS detection level.
Use WRS
Use WRS is to determine whether the system uses WRS level
or not. “Use WRS” and “WRS Level” are pair functions.
Track Offset
The tracking offset is to offset the satellite signal tracking
level.
Offset
Difference
Offset difference is to determine whether the system to uses
“Offset RH-LH” or not. “Offset Difference” and “Offset RH-LH”
are pair functions.
Power Level
The power level is to distinguish the voltage between 13 V and 18 V.
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Preparation for Transportation
This is to describe how to prepare the antenna internally for
transportation. The following procedures to secure the antenna shall be
strictly observed to protect it from being damaged during transportation.
1. Refer to the drawing on the left.
2. Rotate antenna left and right slowly until the limit switch is pressed.
3. Turn the antenna by 360° to the reverse direction.
4. Insert the restraint foam in both sides of the dish to secure the
pedestal in position with the bottom radome.
5. Cover upper part of radome. Be careful not to touch the reflector
when assembling upper part of radome.
6. Pack Intellian s6HD into the original package box.
Shipping Restraint
Bottom of the radome
Note: Don’t rotate it quickly, or you may damage the antenna limit system.
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Warranty
This product is warranted by Intellian Technologies Inc., to be free from
defects in materials and workmanship for a period of THREE (3) YEARS
on parts and ONE (1) YEAR on labor performed at Intellian Technologies,
Inc. service center from the purchased date of the product.
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Intellian Satellite TV Antenna Systems
Appendix : s6HD Technical Specification
General
Antenna system performance
Approvals
CE – conforms to
EU Directive 89/336/EEC
FCC – verified to
CFR47:Part 15
Dimensions
Satellite antenna unit
70cm (27.5”) x 72cm(28.3”)
Antenna dish diameter
60cm(23.6”)
Antenna control unit
17.8cm(7”)x21.68cm(8.5”)x5.38cm(2.1”)
Frequency
47 dBW
Azimuth range
680°
Elevation range
+5° ~ +90°
Weight
21.7kg (47.7 lbs)
Antenna control unit
1.2kg (2.6 lbs)
Ka-band (18.3 ~ 20.2 GHz)
Minimum EIRP
Ship’s motion
Satellite antenna unit
Ku-band (10.7 to 12.75 GHz)
Roll and pitch
response rate
Roll ±25°
Pitch ±15°
45° per second
Environmental
Operating temperature range
-15°C to +55°C (+5°F to +131°F)
Storage temperature range
-25°C to +70°C (-13°F to -158°F)
Humidity limit
95% R.H
Power requirements
9~30 V DC
Power consumption
Typ. 30W, Max. 50W
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Turn rate 45° per second
APAC
Americas
EMEA
supportAPAC@intelliantech.com
supportAMERICAS@intelliantech.com
supportEMEA@intelliantech.com
Headquarters
Irvine Office
Rotterdam Office
Intellian Technologies, Inc.
348-5 Chungho-Ri, Jinwi-Myeon
Pyeongtaek-Si, Gyunggi-Do 451-862 Korea
T +82 31 379 1000
F +82 31 377 6185
Seoul Office
Intellian Technologies, Inc.
2F Dongik Building, 98 Nonhyun-Dong
Gangnam-Gu, Seoul 135-010 Korea
T +82 2 511 2244
F +82 2 511 2235
Intellian Technologies USA, Inc.
9004 Research Drive
Irvine, CA 92618 USA
T 949 727 4498
F 949 271 4183
Intellian B.V.
Bristolstraat 1, 3047AB
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
T +31 1 0820 8655
F +31 1 0820 8656
Maritime Technical Center
MTC@intelliantech.com
Busan Office
Intellian Technologies, Inc.
#906 Ace High Tech 21, 1470 Woo-Dong
Haeundae-Gu, Busan 612-020 Korea
T +82 51 746 9695
F +82 51 746 9440
UK Office
Intellian Ltd.
Epsilon House, Enterprise Road, Southampton Science
Park, Southampton, Hampshire SO16 7NS,UK
T +44 2380 019 021 F +44 2380 767 092
www.intelliantech.com
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