dvbLOGiC DVB-T Tuner DVB-MFD2-R1 DVB-MFD3

dvbLOGiC DVB-T Tuner DVB-MFD2-R1 DVB-MFD3
dvbLOGiC DVB-T Tuner
DVB-MFD2-R1
DVB-MFD3-R1
For navigation systems
Volkswagen MFD2/RNS2,RNS510,RNS810
Skoda Nexus,Columbus
Seat Trinax
Only for vehicles WITH factory rear-view camera WITH camera control-box
Product features
• full plug and play vehicle-specific dual DVB-T Tuner
• with two active DVB-T glass-mount antennas
• integrated into and controllable by vehicle infotainment
• AV-input with IR-control channel (optionally USB-AV-port DVBU-XXX instead AV-input)
• control of after-market devices by OEM buttons, e.g. DVD-player, USB/iPod devices, …
• rear-seat-entertainment AV-output
• optional remote control for full DVB-tuner functions/rear-seat-entertainment
• power on remote out trigger signal (+12V max. 1A) to switch on connected devices
• video-in-motion
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Contents
1. Prior to Installation
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
1.4.
1.4.1.
Delivery contents
Check compatibility of vehicle and accessories
Setting the dip switches of the CAN-box TV-400/403/500
Setting the dip switches of the tuner-box DVBC-M400/403
Deactivating dvbLOGiC AV-input
2. Connection schema
3. Installation
3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
3.4.
3.4.1.
3.4.2.
3.4.3.
Interconnecting tuner-box, CAN-box and harnesses
Connections to head-unit and camera conrol-box
Antennas and optional IR-remote control set
Connecting peripheral devices
AV-source
Installing AV-source’s IR-sensor additionally
After-market rear-seat-entertainment
4. Operation RNS510/RNS810/Trinax/Columbus
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
4.4.
4.5.
4.5.1.
4.5.2.
4.5.3.
Activation of the video-in-motion function
Selecting the dvbLOGiC as current AV-source
Switching between internal DVB-T and AV-input
Assigning device control for connected AV-source
Remote functions
Previous/next channel/track
Other remote functions
Menu/setup navigation
5. Operation MFD2/RNS2/Nexus
5.1.
5.2.
5.3.
5.4.
5.5.
5.6.
Activation of the video-in-motion function
Selecting the dvbLOGiC as current AV-source
Switching between internal DVB-T and AV-input
Assigning device control for connected AV-source
Button assignment table
Picture settings
6. Specifications
7. Technical support
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Appendix A – Device control table
Appendix B – DVB-T function manual
Appendix C – Antenna positioning
Appendix D – DVBU optional USB-AV-port
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Legal Information
By law, watching moving pictures while driving is prohibited, the driver must not be
distracted. We do not accept any liability for material damage or personal injury resulting,
directly or indirectly, from installation or operation of this product. This product should only
be used while standing or to display fixed menus or rear-view-camera video when the
vehicle is moving, for example the MP3 menu for DVD upgrades.
Changes/updates of the vehicle’s software can cause malfunctions of the interface. We
offer free software-updates for our interfaces for one year after purchase. To receive a free
update, the interface must be sent in at own cost. Labor cost for and other expenses
involved with the software-updates will not be refunded.
1. Prior to installation
Read the manual prior to installation. Technical knowledge is necessary for installation. The
place of installation must be free of moisture and away from heat sources.
1.1.
Delivery contents
Take down the SW-version and HW-version of the interface boxes, and store this
manual for support purposes.
CAN-box
TV-400/403/500
HW_____
SW _____
Harness
C2C-VWR
Harness
TV-VW02
Harness
C3C-AV
Tuner-box
DVBC-M400/403
HW_____ SW_____
2pcs antenna ANT-12
The DVB-MFD2-R1 package contains the tuner-box M400 and the CAN-box TV-400/500. The
DVB-MFD3-R1 package contains the tuner-box M403 and the CAN-box TV-403/500.
If remote function for a peripheral device shall be used, additional an IRAV-source.
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remote cable and Y-adapter are needed, see chapter
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1.2.
Check compatibility of vehicle and accessories
Requirements
Vehicle
Volkswagen, Seat and Skoda
With factory rear-view camera with camera control box
Navigation
MFD2/RNS2, RNS510, RNS810, Trinax, Nexus or Columbus
navigation
Limitations
Factory-TV-tuner
Must NOT be installed.
Teletext
Teletext of the dvbLOGiC can only be used with the
optionally available DVB-IRSET remote control set.
1.3.
Setting the dip switches of the CAN-box TV-400/403/500
TV-400/403
All vehicles
dip 1 ON, dip 2 OFF, dip 3 OFF
TV-500
Vehicle/ navigation
Dip 1 Dip 2 Dip 3 Dip 4 Dip 5 Dip 6
Video-in-motion permanent ON
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
Video-in-motion selective*
OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
* With dip1 to OFF the included green cable is used to activate the video-in-motion function.
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Note: Dip switch functions of the TV-500
Dip 1 – activation TV-free
Dip 2 – no function
Dip 3 – no function
Dip 4 – no function
Dip 5 – CAN-bus termination resistor on the vehicle side
Dip 6 – CAN-bus termination resistor on the head-unit side
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1.4.
Setting the dip switches of the tuner-box DVBC-M400/403
The default dip switch settings of the tuner-box
need to be changed ONLY if the AV
of the dvbLOGiC shall be deactivated. The dip
switches are located inside the tuner-box.
For changes it is necessary to open the box.
Default settings are:
Dip1 = ON, dip2 = OFF, dip3 = OFF
1.4.1. Deactivating dvbLOGiC AV input
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If no peripheral AV-source shall be connected to the dvbLOGiC, we
recommend to disable the AV-input, to avoid customers switching by
mistake to black/no picture of the AV-input. In order to disable the
AV-input of the dvbLOGiC,
set dip1 = OFF (down).
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2. Connection schema
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3. Installation
Switch off ignition and disconnect the vehicle’s battery! If according to factory rules
disconnecting the battery has to be avoided, it is usually sufficient to put the vehicle in
sleep-mode. In case the sleep-mode does not show success, disconnect the battery with a
resistor lead.
Place of installation is behind the head-unit and of the camera control-box which is
depending on the vehicle located either underneath the passenger seat, underneath the
center console or above the wheel case of the rear right or left tire (e.g. T5 underneath the
passenger seat, Tiguan rear right, Alhambra rear left). The camera control box has a blue
54pin connector.
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Note: A multiple switching to rear-view camera picture by engaging the reverse gear (for
testing) couldn’t be possible! In this case the vehicle must be moved up to 25km/h to
achieve full functionality.
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3.1.
Interconnecting tuner-box, CAN-box and harnesses
Plug harness C3C-AV into 6pin Molex of tuner-box DVBC-M400/403.
Plug harness C2C-VWR into 8pin Molex of CAN-box TV-400/403/500.
Plug harness C2C-VWR into 14pin Molex of tuner-box DVBC-M400/403.
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Plug female 18pin AMP-connector of C2C-VWR into male 18pin AMP-socket of
tuner-box DVBC-M400/403.
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3.2.
Connections to head-unit and camera control-box
Remove the head-unit from the dash-board and locate the camera control-box which is
depending on the vehicle located either underneath the passenger seat, underneath the
center console or above the wheel case of the rear right or left tire (e.g. T5 underneath the
passenger seat, Tiguan rear right, Alhambra rear left).
Transfer female Quadlock connector from the back of the head-unit to male
Quadlock connector of harness TV-VW02.
Plug female Quadlock connector of TV-VW02 into male Quadlock socket of
head-unit.
Signal
RGB signal - red
RGB signal - green
RGB signal - blue
RGB-signal - sync
RGB-signal - shield
Audio-signal - right
Audio-signal - left
Audio-signal ground
+12V permanent
ground
CAN-high
CAN-low
Colour
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
red
green
blue
white or ● orange
grey or
black (ø 0,25)
pink or ● purple
yellow
black (ø 0,5)
● red (w/o contact)
● black (w/o
contact)
● yellow (w/o
contact)
● blue (w/o contact)
54pin
Pin 17
Pin 15
Pin 13
Pin 11
Pin 9
Pin 5
Pin 7
Pin 4
+12V
permanent
(separately!)
Ground
(separately!)
Pin 40
Pin 39
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Connect the loose yellow and the loose blue wire of C2C-VWR additionally to the
corresponding wires of the female 54pin connector of the vehicle harness. Obey the
grey part of the above pin-configuration table.
Connect the loose red and the loose black cable not to the corresponding wires of
the female 54pin connector but to a separately power supply.
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Plug the 8 MQS contacts of harness C2C-VWR into the female 54pin connector of the
vehicle harness which is located at the camera control-box. Obey the blue part of the
above pin-configuration table.
3.3.
Antennas and optional IR-remote control set
Mount antennas ANT-12 and connect them to the female f-plug connectors on front
of tuner-box DVBC-M400/403.
We strongly recommend to first test the reception quality of the chosen mounting
position of the antennas before final installation! See “Appendix C – Antenna
positioning” for additional information.
The DVB-IRSET consists of the external C3C-SENSOR IR-sensor and the DVBC-RC IRremote control and can be used to control the dvbLOGiC’s internal DVB-T tuner
functions additionally to the control through the navigations buttons. Connect the
C3C-SENSOR to the female black/red/blue 3pin AMP connector of harness
C2C-VWR and locate the sensor in an accessible place.
Note: To use the teletext function of the dvbLOGiC’s internal DVB-T tuner, the
DVB-IRSET is necessary to enter the page numbers.
3.4.
Connecting peripheral devices
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Before final installation of the peripheral devices, we recommend to test-run the
dvbLOGiC functions to detect incompatibility of vehicle, navigation, factory accessories or
peripheral devices as soon as possible.
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It is possible to connect an after-market AV-source and rear-seat-entertainment to the
dvbLOGiC Tuner.
3.4.1. AV-source
The dvbLOGiC has the possibility to connect and remotely control by navigation buttons a
pre-programmed device. The device list in the device control table (appendix A) shows the
pre-programmed remote channels and the related IR-remote cables STA-xxx which must be
ordered separately for the control of the device.
Using the respective STA-xxx IR-control cable, interconnect the yellow female 3pin
AMP connector of harness C2C-VWR and the IR-port of the AV-source.
Using an RCA-cable, interconnect the female RCA-port AV-IN of the tuner-box
DVBC-M400/403 with the AV-output of the AV-source.
The pink ACC-output wire (+12V max 1A) of harness C2C-VWR can be connected to
the ACC-input wires of the connected device to switch it on. It carries +12V when the
head-unit is running.
3.4.2. Installing AV-source’s IR-sensor additionally
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Additionally to the control via OEM navigation, it is possible to install the original IR-sensor
of a connected device. By using the respective Y-adapter (e.g. STA-Y35MM or STA-RJ12) for
the IR-Port of the connected device, the controls of navigation AND device’s IR-sensor can be
connected and used simultaneously. Installation of the IR-sensor is recommended as the
controls via navigation are limited, and not all functions may be covered.
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3.4.3. After-market rear-seat-entertainment
Using RCA-cables, connect the rear-seat-entertainment to the female RCA-connector
VIDEO OUT of tuner-box DVBC-M400/403.
Note: As the output is a full output, not shared with the video signal for the
navigation system, splitting the video with an RCA Y-cable might give a good enough
picture for two rear-seat-entertainment monitors. If not, or if connecting more than
two monitors, use a video splitter.
4. Operation RNS510/RNS810/Trinax/Columbus
4.1.
Activation of the video-in-motion function
TV-400/403
The video-in-motion function is activated permanently without disturbing the navigation
performance.
Note: The loose white and green cable are not required and must be isolated.
TV-500
The video-in-motion can be activated and deactivated by Dip 1 or alternatively by the
included loose green cable in connection with a switch (not included in delivery).
Video-in-motion permanent
With dip1 to ON the video-in-motion function is activated permanently without disturbing
the navigation performance.
Video-in-motion selective
With dip1 to OFF the included green cable is used to activate the video-in-motion function.
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Connect a switch to the green cable and connect the green cable to +12V ACC.
● +12V
= TV-Free is activated
● 0V
= TV-Free is not activated
Note: The loose white cable is not required and must be isolated.
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4.2.
Selecting the dvbLOGiC as current AV-source
Push the MEDIA button of the head-unit and then
select VIDEO to choose the dvbLOGiC as current
AV-source.
4.3.
Switching between internal DVB-T and AV-input
After selecting the dvbLOGiC as current AV source, tap
on the touch-screen to receive the options menu.
Select Senderliste (channel list) to open the remote
function menu. Select Switch AV1/AV2 to switch
between internal DVB-T (AV1) and AV-IN (AV2).
Note: If the AV-input is deactivated (see chapter 1.4.2.), it is not possible to switch to the
dvbLOGiC’s AV-input AV-IN (AV2).
4.4.
Assigning device control for connected AV-source
After selecting the dvbLOGiC as current AV source, tap
on the touch-screen to receive the options menu.
Select Extras and then V-text.
Select Seite (page).
Enter “2”, followed by the device-related IR-code as
described in device control table (appendix A).
Confirm with OK.
Note: The IR-control channel is preset to RC-Code 09
for the optional USB-AV-port (DVBU).
If the AV-input is deactivated (see chapter 1.4.2.),
it is not necessary, nor possible to assign device controls.
4.5.
Remote functions
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Remote functions can be executed by steering-wheel buttons, head-unit buttons and touchscreen.
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4.5.1. Previous/next channel/track
To skip to previous or next channel (TV-mode)
or track (DVD/USB/iPod®-modes), use
the arrow buttons in the upper left corner
of the head-unit, the arrow touch-screen
buttons or the UP and DOWN buttons of
the steering-wheel.
4.5.2. Other remote functions
When internal DVB-T or AV-input mode is activated,
enter Senderliste (channel list). The menu which opens
offers a range of commands for the active device.
The function description equals the remote control
buttons of the optional dvbLOGiC remote control or the
additional device. On the additional device the writing
may vary (e.g. AV instead of Source).
Select any button to execute the described function on the active AV-source.
Note: The volume of an optional connected USB-AV-port (DVBU) can be regulated by the
right knob (possible only in the main menu).
4.5.3. Menu/setup navigation
To navigate through menu or setup options of the
AV-sources, it is necessary to see their picture/OSD,
which is not possible in the Senderliste (channel list).
Instead, after entering menu/setup, select Extras and
then V-Text.
Now menu navigation is possible by the
arrow buttons in the upper left corner
of the head-unit (left/right)
and touch-screen:
Arrow up = UP, Arrow down = DOWN
Stopp = MENU/EXIT
Zoom = OK/Enter
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Note: Left/right can also be used to adjust the preset volume of the internal DVB-T to match
it to the volume of the OEM modes.
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5. Operation MFD2/RNS2/Nexus
5.1.
Activation of the video-in-motion function
The video-in-motion function is activated permanently without disturbing the navigation
performance.
5.2.
Selecting the dvbLOGiC as current AV-source
CD-Version - Push AUX button of head-unit , then select
TV to choose the dvbLOGiC as current AV-source.
DVD-Version - Push CD button of head-unit, then select
AUX to choose the dvbLOGiC as current AV-source.
5.3.
Switching between internal DVB-T and AV-input
After selecting the dvbLOGiC as current AV source, push the right knob for 3 seconds to
switch between DVB-T and AV-input. Repeat to switch back.
Note: If the AV-input is deactivated (see chapter 1.4.2.), it is not possible to switch to the
dvbLOGiC’s AV-input AV-IN.
5.4.
Assigning device control for connected AV-source
After selecting the dvbLOGiC as current AV source, switch to the dvbLOGiC’s
AV-input. Now longpress number key “1”. The MFD will display “TV 2” and
“RC01”. Turn right knob until the device-related IR-code as described in
device control table (appendix A) is reached. Push right knob to confirm
the assignment.
If the vehicle has no MFD display in the instrument panel (for example in case of retrofitted
navigation systems), you must count the notches when turning the knob (to the right +1, to
the left -1). At the same time, remember that the starting point is channel RC01 (the first
notch to the right is then already RC02).
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Note: The IR-control channel is preset to RC-Code 09 for the optional USB-AV-port (DVBU).
If the AV-input is deactivated (see chapter 1.4.2.), it is not necessary, nor possible to assign
device controls.
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5.5.
Button assignment table
The button assignment table shows which functions of dvbLOGiC and additionally connected
devices can be executed by head-unit buttons. Once DVB-T or AV-input mode is activated,
the head-unit button in the left column will execute the function described in the
corresponding device column. The function description equals the remote control buttons
of the optional dvbLOGiC remote control or the additional device. On the additional device
the writing may vary (e.g. AV instead of Source).
Button assignment table dvbLOGiC MFD2/RNS2/Nexus
DVD-player
DVDchanger
iPod®-control
OK
DVBU
optional
USB-port
POWER
1
2
3
PLAY
PLAY
PLAY/PAUSE
SCAN
AV
MEDIA
AV
AV
EJECT
MODE
EPG
VOL+
PBC
PBC
SHUFFLE
FM
REPEAT
DISPLAY
4
INFO
VOL-
TITLE
TITLE
5
SCAN
ZOOM
ZOOM
DISC
Analog-tuner
SCAN
6
MENU
SETUP
SETUP
SETUP
LIGHT
ADJUST
6 long
POWER
POWER
POWER
POWER
POWER
POWER
7
DISPLAY
MEDIA
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
8
AUDIO
AUDIO
AUDIO
AUDIO
9
→
→
→
→
→
CH +
10
←
←
←
←
←
CH -
12
↓
↓
↓
↓
↓
VOL -
13
↑
↑
↑
↑
↑
VOL +
14
OK
OK / PLAY
OK
OK
ENTER
MODE
11
EXIT
EXIT
STOP
STOP
PLAY
MUTE
15
CH -
TRACK -
TRACK -
TRACK -
TRACK -
CH -
16
CH +
TRACK +
TRACK +
TRACK +
TRACK +
CH +
DISPLAY
AUDIO
Additionally to the head-unit buttons, the steering-wheel buttons UP and DOWN can be
used for remote functions. DOWN-button has the same function as 15 on the head-unit and
UP-button has the same function as 16 on the head-unit.
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Internal
DVB-T
Page
Head-unit
button
5.6.
Picture settings
By pressing the button 17, it is possible to switch between 4:3 and 16:9 picture format.
To enter the picture settings menu longpress button 11.
The picture settings menu always
starts with the brightness settings.
The respective current picture value is
displayed on the instrument panel.
Press the right knob to change from
brightness to colour and contrast
(after contrast, the interface starts again
with brightness).
Turn the right knob to change the
current picture value. To quit the
settings menu press “ESC”-button.
6. Specifications
Operation voltage
Stand-by power drain
Operation power drain
Power consumption
Temperature range
Weight
Measurements (box only) B x H x T
10.5 – 14.8V DC
<1mA
~500mA
~6W
-30°C to +80°C
328g
140 x 30 x 105 mm
7. Technical Support
Caraudio-Systems Vertriebs GmbH
manufacturer/distribution
Rheinhorststr. 22
D-67071 Ludwigshafen am Rhein
NavLinkz GmbH
corporate sales/tech dealer-support
Eurotec-Ring 45
D-47445 Moers
phone +49 180 3 907050
email [email protected]
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