9364731b, Translation of the original operating manual

Translation of the original
operating manual
CAP 920
English
MobiSet 4 Twin
CAP 920
IMPORTANT
READ CAREFULLY BEFORE USE
Contents
Installation Manual
1General...................................................................................................................4
2
MobiSet 4 CAP 920 components / scope of delivery.........................................5
3
Proper Use.............................................................................................................6
4
Safety Instructions – Important Notes................................................................7
5
Installation and connection................................................................................10
5.1
Required tools and equipment...........................................................................................10
5.2
Unpacking and Preparation................................................................................................10
5.3
Selecting the Installation Location...................................................................................... 11
5.4
Installation steps................................................................................................................12
5.5
Brief instructions for installing the turntable.......................................................................18
5.6
Installation of the UFS 946/CI+..........................................................................................20
6
Reception range / footprint................................................................................26
7
Dismantling for servicing...................................................................................27
7.1Removing...........................................................................................................................27
7.2
Address of the service centre.............................................................................................27
8
Polarisation setting.............................................................................................28
8.1
Polarisation setting.............................................................................................................28
9
Manual lowering to park position......................................................................28
9.1
Safety instructions..............................................................................................................28
9.2
Manual Retraction..............................................................................................................29
10
Technical Specifications....................................................................................30
11
DEKAsyl MS safety data sheet..........................................................................32
12
DEKAsyl MS technical data sheet.....................................................................39
13
Important information for CAP 920 before setup............................................42
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Operating Manual
14
First installation..................................................................................................43
15
CAP menu (polar antenna settings)..................................................................48
15.1 Calling up the CAP menu...................................................................................................48
15.2 Move CAP to park position.................................................................................................48
15.3 Resetting the CAP system (polar antenna) (RESET).........................................................48
15.4 CAP settings (main menu).................................................................................................49
16
Alignment (satellite search)...............................................................................50
17
Channel (satellite) selection...............................................................................51
17.1 Channel selection from the channel list.............................................................................51
17.2 Channel selection from the channel list (sorted by satellite)..............................................52
18
Change of location..............................................................................................53
19Park......................................................................................................................53
20
Special messages from the turntable...............................................................54
20.1 System protection messages.............................................................................................54
20.2 Further messages..............................................................................................................55
21
Declaration of Conformity..................................................................................56
22
Disposal Instructions..........................................................................................57
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1
General
Dear Customer, Chère Cliente, Cher Client, Gentile cliente, Estimado cliente,
GB
You can obtain an English version of our mounting instructions from our representatives in your country 1)
or download one from our web site 2).
F
Vous pouvez obtenir un manuel d‘installation en français chez notre représentant en votre pays 1) ou le
télécharger de notre site Web 2).
I
Lei puo avere la versione italiana delle istruzioni di montaggio dalla nostra rappresentanza 1) piu vicina
della sua città, oppure scaricarla dalla nostra web site 2).
E
Para obtener la versión española de nuestro manual de instalación, contacte nuestros representantes en
su país 1) o bajela de nuestra página de internet 2).
1)
2)
http://www.kathrein.com/en/company/kathrein-worldwide/
http://www.kathrein.de/qr/en/sat
Company address and accredited representative
KATHREIN-Werke KG
Anton-Kathrein-Straße 1 – 3
83022 Rosenheim, Germany
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Anton Kathrein,
Personally liable Managing Director of
KATHREIN-Werke KG
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MobiSet 4 CAP 920 components / scope of delivery
75 cm satellite dish
Twin LNB
Turntable with integral controls and GPS receiver
UFS 946/CI+
(front view)
See the UFS 946/CI+ operating manual for a rear view
of the receiver together with
an explanation of functions
and operating instructions.
Scope of supply
The MobiSet 4 CAP 920 consists of:
● Turntable complete with control electronics (and GPS receiver), pre-assembled satellite dish and twin
LNB, automatic skew
● Mounting plate
● Complete cabling set: 2 x coax cables each 8 m long, and one power supply cable (10 m) for connection to the on-board power supply (incl. blade-type fuse 15 A)
● Roof duct with sealing gasket
● DEKAsyl MS adhesive sealant (100 ml tube)
● HDTV-DVB-S receiver UFS 946/CI+1) with connecting cables, infrared sensor, infrared remote control
and installation kit
● MobiSet 4 CAP 920 installation manual
● Operating manual UFS 946/CI+ satellite receiver
1)
You can find the rear view and the description of the function and operation in the operating manual of the UFS 946/CI+.
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3
Proper Use
The MobiSet 4 CAP 920 is designed to receive digital TV and radio programs via satellite. The automatic
positioner is intended to be used as a turntable for the Kathrein satellite dish.
The turntable can be used to receive digital TV and radio signals in the frequency range from 10.70 to 12.75
GHz; the antenna cannot receive terrestrial signals (e.g. DVB-T).
The turntable can only be operated in conjunction with the UFS 946/CI+ (or UFS 740 and UFS 940)
DVB-S receiver.
In conjunction with this receiver, the turntable provides fully automatic alignment of the satellite dish to
receive digital satellite signals. The turntable is designed for use on stationary caravans or motor homes.
Any use other than that specified above will invalidate the warranty or guarantee.
The following circumstances result in the loss of all warranty and liability claims towards the
manufacturer:
●●
Improper installation
●●
Use of non-specified mounting materials, which cannot guarantee the mechanical reliability of the
antenna system
●●
Impermissible use, e.g. use of the reflector dish for storage
●●
Structural changes or interference with the components and mounting accessories in the set, which
could endanger both the mechanical and functional reliability
●●
Improper or forcible opening of the components
●●
Use of cleaners containing solvents, such as acetone, nitro-cellulose thinners, petrol, etc.
●●
Failure to observe installation and safety instructions in this manual
Note
The maximum permissible speed for vehicles with a CAP 920 receiver unit mounted on the roof is
130 km/h. Before commencing a journey, the antenna must always be lowered into horizontal position
(park position).
Important
The turntable may be operated over an ambient temperature range of from –20 °C to +45 °C.
Operating the system outside this range may result in malfunctions or damage to the system.
Ensure that the receiver is adequately ventilated when selecting the installation and setup location.
The system may be installed only by qualified specialist
personnel.
To prevent hazards during installation, operation or when driving on public highways, the instructions and
information in this manual must be strictly adhered to. Proper installation and connection of the system
are pre-requisites for conformity with the corresponding standards.
This is documented in advance by the CE mark and the declaration of conformity in the appendix to this
manual.
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4
Safety Instructions – Important Notes
Safety during installation work
Warning
Risk of injury or even death through installation work in places with a risk of falling and from
falling parts. Please note the following safety points:
●● Use a working platform.
●●
Make sure that the vehicle roof is sufficiently strong and stable to carry out the installation work (risk of damage to or collapsing of the roof).
●●
In case of doubt, contact a qualified specialist dealer or the manufacturer of your vehicle to find an appropriate installation location.
Please note that there is
●● The turntable and connected units are disconnected from the power supply,
●●
The person carrying out the installation or repair does not suffer from vertigo and can move around
safely on the roof of the caravan or motor home,
●●
The person carrying out the installation or repair is wearing sturdy non-slip shoes,
●●
The person carrying out the repairs has a secure position to stand and hold on while working,
●●
The roof and the climbing equipment used (e.g. ladder) are dry, clean and non-slip,
●●
The roof can withstand the weight of the person carrying out the repairs,
●●
Nobody should be below the antenna inside the caravan / motor home during dismantling / installation.
Proper installation and safety
Essential information
A crucial safety factor is proper performance of installation and electrical connection work, and the specified alignment of the turntable in the direction of travel (park position), see also installation and connection.
Comply as precisely as possible with the installation conditions and steps described.
Modifications to the electrical installations in the vehicle should only be carried out by a specialist in vehicle
electrics. Do not make any unauthorised changes to the turntable.
Adhesive sealant
The turntable is attached to the roof of the vehicle by adhesive and is secured by additional screws.
Note that the curing of the adhesive sealant is temperature-dependent. It reaches its full strength only after
approximately 2 days.
Important
During installation work, comply strictly with the processing and safety instructions for the adhesive sealant (DEKAsyl MS safety data sheet and the product sheet DEKAsyl MS).
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Safety Instructions – Important Notes
Road Traffic Licensing Regulations (StVZO)
The applicable regulations of the German StVZO must be observed in respect of fixed installation of the turntable on a vehicle which is driven on public highways.
In particular, Articles 19/2; 30 C; 32 (2) and EC directive 74/483 EEC are applicable.
Briefly, they state that no endorsement of the vehicle documentation is required unless the antenna unit
causes the height of the laden vehicle to exceed 2 m, or the antenna unit projects beyond the outer lateral outline of the vehicle. The maximum permissible height of 4 m (vehicle and antenna unit) may not be
exceeded.
Warning
There is an increased risk of accidents if the normal vehicle height is increased by extending the antenna. The driver bears sole responsibility for the condition of the superstructure
and external fittings!
Cables
Lay all cables such that nobody can tread on them or trip over them.
To prevent parasitic induction or interference emissions, when extending the antenna cable use 75 Ω coaxial cable with a screening factor of at least 75 dB.
Warning
If you tied the cables together with wire or similar materials, remove this to prevent the risk
of fire!
When connecting the power cables (receiver and turntable) to the vehicle electrical supply, make sure that
the cable polarity is not reversed.
Important
If the cable polarity is reversed there is a risk of thermal overload and damage to components when the equipment is powered up!
Power supply, fusing
Operate the system from your vehicle's battery (12 V) or a suitable power supply unit. This power supply unit
must ensure a stable output voltage of 12 V, a continuous current of 11 A and 15 A (300 ms) surge current.
The peak current consumption is up to a maximum of 12 A.
To ensure reliable functioning of the connection / control unit, the power supply cable must be connected
directly to the battery. If the supply voltage is too low, the UFS 946/CI+ receiver indicates this with the onscreen message “On-board voltage too low” on the television screen.
Notice
Risk of material damage. Protect the positive wire (red) of the power supply cable by using
a 15 A blade fuse. This blade fuse
●● is included in the scope of delivery,
●● must be installed by a specialist.
●● If the fuse is blown, it must be replaced by a fuse with the same rating (15 A). The
cause of the fault must be eliminated first.
Warning
Never remove or bypass the fuse in the cable – cable fire hazard!
Connecting the power supply cable lead marked "Ignition" activates the turntable function for automatic
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lowering of the antenna. This lowering takes place as soon as the vehicle ignition circuit is turned on. When
connecting the control unit to the vehicle power supply, make sure that the “12 V”, “Earth” and “Ignition” wires
cannot be disconnected by intermediate switches, as this could deactivate the automatic lowering function.
Important
The antenna is lowered approx. 5 seconds after the ignition circuit is turned on!. Preconditions: The TV set is in standby mode, the receiver has been switched off, the power supply
to the turntable has not been cut off.
Otherwise the control unit that is in use is lowered immediately. Lowering the antenna can
take up to 30 seconds (after the ignition is switched on)!
Checks before commencing a journey
●●
Before commencing a journey, the antenna must always be lowered into horizontal position (park position). If the antenna has collided with a fixed or movable object, check that it is still securely attached.
●●
As the antenna is subjected to vibration loads during driving, you should check at regular intervals,
depending on the frequency of driving, that the system is still securely attached and tighten any parts
that have worked loose.
●●
The maximum permissible speed for vehicles with a receiver unit mounted on the roof is 130 km/h.
●●
Lower the antenna if it will not be used for a long period. This makes the securing bolts more difficult to
access (protection against theft).
Antenna in the park position whilst driving
The antenna must always be lowered into the horizontal position (park position) while driving.
As a reminder, attach the sticker from the supplementary sheet “Lower the CAP 920 antenna
while driving” where it can easily be seen by the person operating the ignition switch.
Warning
Danger of injury, especially of crushing.
●● During operation of the turntable, make sure that no persons, and in particular children, are in the immediate vicinity of the turntable and that they cannot touch any moving parts.
●●
Always unplug the power supply during installation work.
Important
Risk of damage to property.
●● Exceeding the normal vehicle height by failing to lower the antenna increases the risk of
accidents! The driver is responsible for the condition of external fittings on the vehicle!
●●
The instructions in the installation and operating manuals for these devices and for the
extensions and superstructures must absolutely be heeded as well.
●●
If there is a warning of a storm it is essential to bring the turntable into the park position.
Otherwise the CAP 920 and also the vehicle could be damaged.
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5
Installation and connection
5.1
Required tools and equipment
●●
Circular cutter, Ø 38 mm
●●
Flat-bladed screwdriver for M5 screws
●●
power drill
●●
Galvanised round head screws, depending on the roof structure (Ø: 5 mm, self-tapping screws D 7981,
depending on roof panel structure) or round head screws D 7985 with shims and nuts
●●
Twist drill, Ø 2.5 or 5.5 mm
●●
Round file and/or emery paper
●●
Cleaning agent
●●
Open-ended or ring spanners 10 and 11 mm across flats
●●
Knife
●●
Cross-head screwdriver for M3 and M5 screws
●●
Torque wrench capacity 6 to 11 Nm
●●
Hexagon socket key (5 mm)
●●
Two wooden beams for supporting the turntable
5.2
Unpacking and Preparation
Caution
Risk of injury. The turntable together with the parabolic reflector weighs close to 20 kg. If necessary,
please seek help from a second person when unpacking and installing the turntable.
Important
Do not pick the turntable up by the parabolic reflector, since this can cause deformation.
Note
Retain the original packaging, as otherwise if it is necessary to send the unit for repair transport
damage cannot be ruled out, and the manufacturer accepts no liability for possible damage.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Pull the turntable out of the packaging as shown in the illustration below.
Remove the packing pieces from the turntable ① before you transport it to the roof of the vehicle.
Loosen the 6 fastening screws (spanner size: 10 mm) which attach the turntable to the mounting plate.
Carefully lift the turntable off the mounting plate and place it on the two prepared wooden supports.
When doing this, make sure that the cables are not crushed where they emerge from the underside of
the turntable.
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5.3
Selecting the Installation Location
Essentially, the cable lengths of the MobiSet 4 CAP 920 components allow you a free choice of installation
location on your caravan or motor home.
However, you should take note of the following points:
●● Before installation, you should find out whether the operating manual for your vehicle permits the fitting
of non-vehicle-specific parts or what requirements need to be met in order to do so.
●●
For direct satellite reception, there should be no obstructions between the antenna and the satellite.
Therefore, make sure that the antenna is not shadowed by roof extensions such as luggage racks, air
conditioning units, solar panels, etc. The problem of shadowing applies also to the selection of the parking place for your vehicle. For interference-free satellite reception, the antenna needs a projected free
view to the South at an angle of between 15° and 55° (depending on location) to the horizontal.
●●
When selecting the installation position, take into account the range of movement of the turntable (see
the grey shaded area in the graphics). Within this grey area there must be no structures on the roof
that would obstruct this movement (risk of collision). For safety, keep at least the required area of
1024 x 1250 mm free (for ease of installation and any subsequent dismantling).
Direction of travel
Roof attachments may
be mounted within the
hatched area.
Turntable movement range with
antenna, viewed from above onto
the vehicle roof.
The safety clearances should be
maintained from the roof attachments (e.g. due to a build-up of ice)
●●
Choose a mounting position on the roof that is as flat as possible, depending on the location of the vehicle, since roof inclinations greater than 5° may lead to problems when searching for the satellite.
●●
To ensure secure adhesion, the height difference of the roof curve may not be more than 1 cm over a
length of 2 m, as otherwise the gap between the roof and the mounting plate would be too great to be
filled by the adhesive sealant.
●●
As the vehicle is constantly subjected to vibration loads during travel, the roof below the antenna unit is
also subject to significant loads. Please note given the nature and capacity of your vehicle roof (see also
operating manual for the vehicle) that the weight of the antenna unit is approx. 19 kg. In case of doubt,
consult a qualified dealer or your vehicle’s manufacturer.
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Installation and connection
●●
The roof duct provides a watertight seal through which the three cables (2 x coax cables and 1 x power
supply cable) are fed into the interior of the vehicle directly underneath the turntable. If you prefer a different method of laying the cables, they can be run from the rear of the turntable via the channel provided in the mounting plate. The cables must then be run along the roof of the vehicle in a protective
cable duct and through a separate roof duct HDZ 100 (neither of them are supplied).
●● The HDZ 100 roof duct is available as an accessory under part number 20410032 from specialist dealers.
Notice
Malfunction or material damage.
●● Do not cut the cables.
●● Protect the positive wire (red) of the power supply cable by using a 15 A blade fuse.
This blade fuse
–– is included in the scope of delivery,
–– must be installed by a specialist.
–– If the fuse is blown, it must be replaced by a fuse with the same rating (15 A). The
cause of the fault must be eliminated first.
5.4
Installation steps
5.4.1
Installation of the cable gland and mounting plate
Note
If you had previously used a Kathrein HDM 140/141 jointed tripod mast or another mast with a diameter
of 34 mm, you can continue using the existing through hole in the roof (if space allows).
Figure: A
Figure: B
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38
① = adhesive
●●
In the centre of the intended position of the turntable, drill the opening for the cable gland with a circular
cutter (Ø 38 mm). Deburr the hole with a round file or emery paper.
●●
Provisionally insert the roof gland into the drilled hole (Fig. A).
●●
Place the mounting plate on the roof of the vehicle, such that the centre hole is positioned centrally to
the cable gland. The arrow symbol must be visible from above and point forwards in the direction of
travel (Fig. B).
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●●
Mark the positions of the ten fastening holes on the roof of the vehicle in a pitch circle.
Note
The size of the holes and the choice of fastening screws to be used (not supplied) depend on the type
and thickness of the materials used in the roof structure. If the roof panelling (plastic roofs) is sufficiently
strong, it is recommended that round head screws, plain washers and self-locking nuts are always used
to secure the glued mounting plate.
●●
If the roof panel material is very thin and does not provide adequate holding power within the insulation
material , through holes (Ø 5,5 mm) into the interior of the vehicle are required and galvanised M5 round
head screws of sufficient length must be used.
Make sure that you use a sufficiently strong support that can withstand the bolt tensile forces (large plain
washer or a complete reinforcing plate).
●●
Create the holes necessary to secure the mounting plate (Fig. C).
Figure: C
Adhesive area
Alternative
roof fastening *)
*)
●●
Not included!
In addition to the screwed connection, the mounting plate and roof duct must be bonded to the roof with
adhesive and sealed. This is done using the DEKAsyl MS adhesive sealant supplied, which is ideally
suited for this purpose due to its broad range of adhesion. Please note the following points:
–– It is essential that you have carefully read through the safety data sheet for the DEKAsyl MS
adhesive sealant and the technical data sheet in this installation manual before you start
working with the DEKAsyl MS adhesive sealant!
–– The prerequisite for good adhesive properties is a clean, dry and grease-free substrate. You should
therefore clean the roof surface with a suitable cleaning agent within a circumference of 35 cm
around the drilled hole and allow the surface to dry thoroughly.
–– If the surface is painted, ensure that the paint finish is sufficiently well bonded to the substrate.
–– If the coat of paint is already loose or peeling, it must be removed down to a stable layer in the area
to which the adhesive will bond. If you have any doubts concerning the adhesive characteristics,
consult a paint and lacquer specialist, or the manufacturer of your vehicle.
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Installation and connection
●● The procedure for gluing the mounting plate is as follows:
Figure: D
Adhesive area
within the grooves
–– Before starting adhesive work, note that the optimum processing temperature of materials to be
glued and the adhesive sealant is between +5 °C and +35 °C. Prepare all necessary fastening elements and tools.
–– Prepare the tube of adhesive sealant in accordance with the instructions enclosed with the tube.
–– Remove the roof gland (Fig. A) and apply the adhesive sealant evenly to the underside of the roof
gland flange.
–– Replace the roof gland in the drilled hole and press it firmly against the roof of the vehicle.
–– Apply the adhesive sealant evenly to the underside of the mounting plate, completely covering the
area within the circular groove (Fig. D).
This area of the vehicle roof must be completely coated with adhesive in order to achieve the necessary bonding force.
–– Place the mounting plate onto the roof of the vehicle, as you did previously when marking out the
drilled holes.
Make sure that the arrow on the mounting plate points forward in the direction of travel of the vehicle.
The fastening holes must be perfectly aligned with the prepared holes in the roof.
–– Fasten the mounting plate in place with the prepared screws, evenly tightening all ten screws
across the diagonals.
Note
The adhesive sealant used is capable of filling small gaps caused by the curvature of the vehicle roof.
However, you should ensure that the mounting plate is not bent by tightening the screws.
–– Use a clean colourless cloth to remove any adhesive sealant that leaks out at the sides. Pay attention to the following:
~~ Do not use any cleaning agents or thinners containing solvents, as this could damage the adhesive sealant applied under the mounting plate.
~~ It is recommended to soak the cloth in acetone or MEK. Apply the cloth soaked in acetone or
MEK to an inconspicuous area to to make sure that it does not adversely affect or damage the
surface.
~~ Use only cleansing paste and water to clean your hands.
–– Secure the cable gland from inside the vehicle by tightening the ribbed nut supplied (Fig. A).
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–– Note that the curing of the adhesive sealant depends on the ambient temperature and the humidity.
Final strength is reached only after approx. 2 days. However, this need not restrict further installation work, since the mounting plate is held in place by the tightened screws.
5.4.2
Installation of the turntable
Variant with cable gland underneath the turntable
●●
Lay the cables supplied with the turntable (2 × coax cables and 1 x power supply cable) into the mounting plate as indicated by the markings on the mounting plate (see Fig. E1), and feed the remaining
lengths of cable through the roof gland into the interior of the motor home / caravan.
●●
Lift up the turntable and place it carefully on the mounting plate facing in the direction of travel (see
Fig. E) (do not step on the plug connector and do not kink / crush the cables!)
The through holes on the turntable must be perfectly aligned with the threaded holes on the mounting
plate.
Allow the turntable to rest on the front edge of the mounting plate. Keep the turntable supported at an
angle (see Fig. E1) and insert a suitable piece of wood underneath it.
●●
●●
Now lay and connect the turntable cables in the mounting plate (as indicated on the mounting plate, see
Fig. E1). Take particular care that the two master coaxial cables, marked red, are connected to each
other. Initially tighten the coaxial cable plugs finger-tight, using no tools, then tighten them lightly using
an open-ended 11 AF spanner.
●●
Now lower the turntable back on to the mounting plate, taking care whilst so doing that the cables are
fed through the cable gland and are not snagged.
●●
Apply a little adhesive sealant to the six threaded holes in the mounting plate and screw the fastening
screws into the thread. Tighten the screws to a torque of 6 Nm.
Figure: E1
Master coaxial cable
(marked red)
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Figure: E2
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① = sealing gasket
●● To prevent water vapour from inside the vehicle reaching the turntable through the roof gland, thread the
three cables through the sealing gasket supplied (see Fig. E2), close the gasket and insert it into the roof
gland until it reaches the stop. Make sure that no tensile load is acting downwards on the sealing gasket as this can cause it to fall out in the course of time.
Version with external cable gland (Fig. F)
●●
Lay the cables supplied with the turntable (2 × coax cables and 1 x power supply cable) into the mounting plate as indicated by the markings on the mounting plate (see Fig. F), and feed the remaining lengths
of cable through a cable duct*) and a cable gland¹) into the interior of the motor home / caravan.
●●
Lift up the turntable and place it carefully on the mounting plate facing in the direction of travel (see
Fig. F2) (do not step on the plug connectors and do not kink / crush the cables!)
The through holes on the turntable must be perfectly aligned with the threaded holes on the mounting
plate.
●●
Allow the turntable to rest on the front edge of the mounting plate. Keep the turntable supported at an
angle (see Fig. F1) and insert a suitable piece of wood underneath it.
●●
Now lay and connect the turntable cables on the mounting plate (as indicated on the mounting plate, see
also Fig. F1). Make sure that the cables are not crossed over and that they are taut so that they cannot be crushed. The two master coaxial cables, marked red, must be connected to each other. Initially
tighten the coaxial cable plugs finger-tight, using no tools, then tighten them lightly using an open-ended
SW 11 spanner. Do not try to pull the cables from the unit. This could damage the cables or loosen the
cable connections.
●●
Apply a little adhesive sealant to the six threaded holes in the mounting plate and screw the fastening
screws into the thread.
Tighten the screws to a torque of 6 Nm.
●●
Run the connecting cables through the waterproof HDZ 100 1) roof gland into the interior of the vehicle.
In so doing the cables may not be crushed, kinked or damaged.
Important
The connecting cables between the turntable and the connecting/control unit may not be extended.
1) The
HDZ 100 roof gland is available as an accessory under part number 20410032 from specialist
dealers.
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Figure: F1
Master coaxial cable
(marked red)
Figure: F2
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2
3
(220)
(450)
① When using a cable duct as a direct extension of the cable exit from the CAP, its height must not exceed
that of the cable feed system hood, i.e. 10 mm.
② Cables laid in the cable duct
③ Roof gland HDZ 100, not included
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5.5
Brief instructions for installing the turntable
Note
The sequence of pictures shown illustrates all the necessary installation steps that are required to
install the turntable and the preassembled parabolic reflector on the roof of the vehicle. The other
detailed instructions in this installation and operating manual must also be followed!
1. Montageort festlegen.
Important
Note when determining the installation location:
●● Swing path of the unit = Ø 162 cm.
2. Apply DEKAsyl MS adhesive sealant to the
spigot of the roof duct. Insert the spigot into
the hole and secure it from below with the
knurled nut.
●● Drill a hole with Ø 38 mm for the cable
gland.
●● Deburr any sharp edges of the hole.
See also 5.3, p.11f und 5.4, p.12ff.
3. Unscrew the screws (x 6, 10 AF) from the
mounting plate and remove the mounting plate.
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4. Place the turntable on prepared wooden supports to protect the roof of the vehicle.
5. Align the mounting plate with the arrow in the
direction of travel. The arrow is marked with
an ① at step 8 in the illustration.
6. Mark out the six holes to secure the mounting
plate.
Note
Avoid any skin contact with the adhesive sealant. For safety information on the adhesive
sealant, see 11, p.32 und 12.
7. Apply DEKAsyl MS adhesive sealant in a
wavy line between the two grooves and
spread it with a spatula or similar.
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8. Place the mounting plate on the roof gland and
secure it with the appropriate screws (choose
screws according to thickness/structure of roof).
9. Screw the turntable onto the mounting plate
using the torque wrench.
Important
Comply with the tightening torque of
6 Nm.
10.Make the electrical connections.
11.Connect the receiver.
12.Connect the turntable to the battery.
Warning
Danger of injury. The antenna must always be lowered into the horizontal position (park
position) while driving. Comply with the maximum speed of 130 km/h for the vehicle.
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Installation and connection
5.6
Installation of the UFS 946/CI+
5.6.1
Selection of a suitable installation location
Note
When choosing the installation location, bear in mind that the rear of the unit should always be accessible.
The UFS 946/CI+ is equipped with a power saving circuit and a separate infrared transmitter, which means
that the unit does not need to be placed where it is visible. You can therefore fit the UFS 946/CI+ out of
sight in any location, e.g. on cupboard walls, side walls or the base of storage compartments.
The four screw sockets provided (see diagram on the next page) allow you to install the receiver not only
resting on a shelf but also to fix it there or in other positions.
In addition, the following points should be taken into account:
●
The wall thickness at the installation location must be at least 15 mm, as otherwise the screws will break
through on the other side or damage the surface
●
Ensure that the cupboard or storage compartment in which the unit is housed is adequately ventilated,
to prevent a build up of heat. Carpet-covered walls are unsuitable for installation
●
Take care when tightening the screws not to damage any cables etc., behind or in the wall
●
The receiver is designed for installation in exclusively dry, interior locations. The installation location
must be protected against moisture
●
The cable lengths must be taken into account when choosing the installation location
●
The connecting cables must be provided with strain reliefs
Ventilation
The heat generated within the receiver can be dissipated from the following sides of the casing: Bottom, left, right and top. When selecting the installation location, make sure that these sides are not
obstructed or covered. If the unit is operated continuously with insufficient ventilation, this can negatively affect the length of its working life!
Maintain a clearance of at least 20 cm above or
below the unit, 2 cm to either side and 5 cm behind
it, to allow unobstructed dissipation of the heat
generated.
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5 c
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20 cm
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2 5 c
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2 c
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Important
Danger of damage. The unit monitors its own temperature in operation. Premature failure of the
unit due to continuous operation at temperatures higher than the recommended operating temperature as a result of insufficient ventilation does not constitute grounds for a claim under warranty / guarantee.
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Connections and fusing of the unit
All connection cables for connection to the receiver (including the infra-red sensor) are connected at the rear
of the unit (see also “Connection example” in this section). When selecting the installation location, allow sufficient clearance at the rear of the unit for these cables and their plugs.
On the left hand side of the receiver viewed from the front there is a fuse inserted from the outside. This fuse
(for the type, see the section “Important Information” in the receiver operating manual) should be accessible
even after the unit has been installed, so that it can easily be exchanged if required.
5.6.2
Preparations
Attaching the infrared sensor
You can attach the infra-red sensor directly to the unit; or if the receiver
is installed in a concealed location, you should position the infra-red
sensor where it can be clearly seen by the remote control unit.
The infrared sensor is installed with the aid of the supplied adhesive
strip on the flat underside.
5.6.3
Important instructions for installation
Warning
Danger to life from electric shock. Do not use the wood screws that had been included
with the receiver to mount the receiver onto a TV set or other electrical device. The wood
screws could make contact with electrically live parts.
Important
Under no circumstances use countersunk-head screws for installation (see
the diagram on the right), since these can damage the screw sockets on the
receiver. Wherever possible, use the wood screws supplied with the receiver.
Before installing the receiver so that it is attached to another piece of equipment (such as a TV set), check with the manufacturer of that equipment or
by reference to the documentation supplied with it whether this is permissible, and if so what fittings (screws, etc.) you need / can use for this. The temperature rise of each of the units in operation (receiver/TV set) can in some circumstances
affect the other unit.
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Installation and connection
5.6.4
Suspended installation
Remove the wood screws supplied from their transport attachment on the top of the respective mounting
piece (2 pieces).
Place the two mounting pieces on your
receiver as shown in Figures 1–3. During
the process the following should be taken
into account:
1. Left (L) and Right (R) markings (see
arrows Figure 2)
2. The teeth on the underside of the
mounting pieces must be inserted in
the first and last row of the ventilation
slots on the top of the receiver (see the
arrows Fig. 1)

↓↓↓ ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓
↓
↓
2
Now hold the receiver, with the installation kit attached, at the
installation location. Screw in the wood screws supplied through
the smaller holes in the screw attachment area (4 x) (see Fig.
4). Wherever possible, use the wood screws supplied. If these
are unsuitable, other screws of adequate size and strength can
be used. Under no circumstances however use countersunk
wood screws, since these can damage the attachment area
(see Fig. 5).
3
Screw attachment
Left
Right
Then screw all four screws fully home, so that the installation kit
is no longer able to come free.
For subsequent disassembly it is sufficient to undo all screws one turn each and to
push the receiver to the right (suspended) or left (on top) to release it.
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4
5.6.5
Installation on a fixed flat surface
So as to prevent the receiver slipping or falling, the
installation kit can also be attached to the underside of the receiver. Assembly is the same as for
suspended installation, except that the mounting
kit is attached to the underside of the receiver.
5.6.6
Laying the cables and connecting the turntable
●● Lay the master coaxial cable (marked red) to the first receiver and the second coaxial cable to the
second receiver. If you are not using a second receiver, we recommend that you lay the second coaxial
cable in any case, so that it is available should you ever need it.
●● Lay the turntable power supply cable (3-pin plug) to the battery.
Important
Avoid laying the cables across sharp edges and protect the cables against possible chafing
point.
●● Connect the master coaxial cable (coming from the turntable) to the “IF IN” F socket at the rear of the
first receiver.
●● Place the infrared sensor for the receiver close to or directly on top of the TV set and lay the cable to
the receiver. Connect the 6-pin Western connector at the rear to the socket marked “IR REMOTE IN”
(see also 5.6.9, p.25).
●● Connect the receiver and the TV set with the HDMI cable 1). Plug the HDMI cable into each set at the
"HDMI" socket.
●● Make sure that the 15 A blade fuse on the positive wire (red) of the power supply cable was installed by
a specialist.
1)
The HDMI cable is included with the receiver.
5.6.7
Connection of the receivers
Important
The receiver may not be connected to any other power supply than 12 V. The receiver’s earth connection must be connected to the negative pole of the motor home or caravan battery.
Isolate the on-board power supply (master switch “off” or disconnect the positive pole of the on-board power
supply battery) before commencing the following work:
●● Connect the power cable supplied (depending on the power supply available in your motor home or
caravan, either a 12 V supply or a 230 V supply via a power supply unit) to the "
" socket on
the receiver.
●● Make sure that the “inline” integrated fuse (5 A) of the cable is fully plugged in and is intact. If the fuse
blows, the source of the fault must first be eliminated. The fuse may only ever be replaced by a fuse
with the same rating (5 A).
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Installation and connection
Warning
Danger of cable fires. Never bypass the fuses in the cable and in the receiver
●
At the connecting point for the power cable, the voltage must not fall below 11.5 V even with a load of
12 A. Otherwise optimum functioning can no longer be guaranteed.
●
Connect the power cable to the respective socket in your motor home or caravan (12 V or 230 V).
Only for connection in a motor home, not in a caravan!
●
The third, green connecting cable, marked “IGNITION” allows you the option of connection to a circuit in
the vehicle that is activated when the ignition key is turned and then carries a continuous 12 V supply.
This type of connection ensures that when the engine is started the antenna is automatically lowered
into the park position (the receiver does not need to be turned on).
Note that the antenna can then be lowered only when the power supply is present in addition to the
ignition signal!
●
Check the connections before you re-connect the on-board power supply.
●
For commissioning and more detailed information on additional operator functions, please consult the
operation section of the separate operating manual for the receiver.
5.6.8
Functional instructions for connection to the on-board power supply
Under certain circumstances, problems can arise when the units are connected to different connecting sockets or circuits/earth potentials. If no others are available, it is recommended that you connect the connecting
sockets for receiver and TV set to the same cable, as shown in Fig. G. The power rating of the circuit used
must be checked with respect to the intended application.
Further information on operating the UFS 946/CI+ receiver can be found in the operating manual supplied
with the unit.
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5.6.9
Connection example for 12 V battery connection
Figure: G
Important
For operation with two batteries,
it is necessary to ensure that the
ignition signal earth has the same
potential as the power supply battery earth for the turntable. Noncompliance means that the automatic lowering function will not
work! Ensure the cable polarity is
correct!
①
UFS 946
red
black
green
6-pin
Master
Battery
11.5 V – 13.8 V
Ignition
Optional connection
for second receiver
HDMI cable** )
TV-Set*)
external
IR sensor
*) not included in delivery
**) included in delivery
There is no restriction on choice
of channels from the selected
satellite. The second receiver
must be configured as a "Simple LNB" in the first installation
menu!
Cigarette lighter socket or
12 V standard socket
DIN ISO 4165
Battery
① Important
To enable the GPS data to be read and the antenna to be lowered automatically into the park position, connect the green wire to the ignition and the red and the black wire to the vehicle battery.
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Reception range / footprint
The footprint is the reception area on the earth that a satellite covers with its transmission beam (spot), within
which satellite reception is possible. The transmission power is at its greatest in the centre of this spot – it
becomes progressively weaker moving outwards.
The satellites broadcast the various channel packages in different footprints. Normally all program packages can be received within the spots. While reception is possible in principle at the edge zones, the quality
depends on various factors such as the diameter of the satellite antenna and the weather conditions.
Fig. A shows the spots of the most commonly used satellites for the antenna of the CAP 920.
Fig. A:Spot ASTRA 19.2° East (inner line) and EUTELSAT Hotbird 13° East (outer line)
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Dismantling for servicing
If repairs to the system or individual components are necessary, contact your specialist dealer or our service
centre (see below for the address).
Caution
Never open the turntable yourself!!
7.1
Removing
Caution
Do not cut the cables! At the cable junction provided, disconnect the cables projecting from
the turntable from the two cables laid within the interior of the vehicle (unplug the plug).
Note
Before exchanging the UFS 946/CI+ you must first move the turntable to the park position.
●
The cables laid within the vehicle can remain there.
●
Unscrew the six M6 screws securing the turntable to the mounting plate.
●
Place two wooden supports on the vehicle roof for protection.
●
Then place the turntable on the prepared wooden supports.
●
To ship the turntable, use the original packaging which you have saved.
●
Seal the opening in the vehicle roof appropriately to protect against the ingress of moisture.
●
If an HDZ 100 roof gland has been fitted and the equipment is then removed, the cable glands that are
no longer used should be sealed with the integral plugs. The enclosure is then watertight once again.
7.2
Address of the service centre
Main factory repair centre
Regional repair centre
CSS Caravan-Sat-Service GmbH
Bahnhofstrasse 110
83224 Grassau, Germany
KATHREIN Sachsen GmbH
Lindenstrasse 3
09241 Mühlau
Tel.:
08641 6998427
Fax:
08641 6998429
E-mail: service@css-grassau.de
Tel.:
Fax:
E-mail:
03722 6073-31
03722 6073-18
service@kathrein-sachsen.de
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Polarisation setting
8.1
Polarisation setting
The polarisations setting is required to compensate for the so-called skew. The skew is the discrepancy
between the vertical polarisation of the received signal from the geographical verticals. For optimal reception the LNB must be installed before the satellite disk, inclined by the skew angle.
The CAP 920 calculates the skew angle on the basis of the GPS data and inclines the LNB fully automatically. The prerequisite for this is that valid GPS data are available.
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Manual lowering to park position
Important
●● If a defect arises in the electronic controls, after some disassembly work the satellite dish can
be returned to the park position (horizontal position) manually. Following this, however, recalibration by an authorised workshop is always necessary.
●●
Driving to the nearest workshop at a moderate speed with the antenna extended and taking
into account the increase (+79 cm) in the vehicle height is an option and is preferable to manual lowering.
●●
Users unfamiliar with the necessary repair work are urged not to attempt to lower the antenna
manually into the park position themselves. They should contact a technician or engineer. They
may find a suitable person on the campsite.
●●
Always follow the safety instructions listed below.
9.1
Safety instructions
Caution
Danger of injury and even death from
– roof collapsing,
– falling,
– falling parts in the motor home, – movements of the turntable.
Please note in particular that:
●● The antenna and connected units are disconnected from the power,
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●●
The person carrying out the repair does not suffer from vertigo and can
move around safely on the roof of the caravan or motor home,
●●
The person carrying out the repairs is wearing sturdy non-slip shoes,
●●
The person carrying out the repairs has a secure position to stand and hold
on while working,
●●
The roof and the climbing equipment used (e.g. ladder) are dry, clean and
non-slip,
●●
The roof can withstand the weight of the person carrying out the repairs,
●●
Do not hold onto the antenna, as the rocker can come free without warning
during dismantling,
●●
Nobody should be underneath the antenna inside the caravan / motor home
during dismantling / installation.
9.2
Manual Retraction
1. In the centre of the axis (arrowed) there is a plastic cap on
both sides. Lever these off with a narrow flat-bladed screwdriver.
➯➯ You can see the following hexagon socket head
cap screws: 1x M10 (WAF 8 mm) per side, 2x M6
(WAF 5 mm) on one side.
2. Remove the 4 hexagon socket head cap screws.
➯➯ You can see another thread on both sides.
3.
Notice
● Screw in each M12 screw only as far as to free
the rocker from the engagement on the tapered
shaft!
● Secure and support the antenna to prevent it
from tipping over. The connection to the rocker
can suddenly come loose when you screw in
the M12 screw. It is then no longer connected
to the turntable!
Screw an M12 screw (minimum length: 40 mm) into each of
the other threads using a 19 mm socket wrench. Screwing
in the M12 screw pushes the rocker off the taper seating on
the tapered shaft and releases the engagement.
4. Tilt the antenna into the park position (horizontal position).
5. Remove the M12 screws. This allows the rocker to reengage on the tapered shaft.
6. Replace the 4 hexagon socket head cap screws and tighten
them firmly (1x M10 per side, 2x M6 on one side).
7. Replace the plastic caps.
Important
Loosening the rocker from the taper shaft causes
the rocker zero point position to be lost. The defect
must be eliminated and the rocker recalibrated by
an authorised dealer!
8. Consult an authorised dealer.
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Technical Specifications
Type
Unit
Order no.
CAP 920
20310029
Diameter parabolic reflector approx.
cm
LNB
75
2 switchable outputs:
V/H (14/18 V)
Low/High (0/22 kHz)
Supply voltage LNB
V
Vertical: 11.5 – 14
Horizontal: 16 – 19
Input frequency
GHz
10.70 – 12.75
Output frequency
MHz
950 – 1950 / 1100 – 2150
Oscillator frequency (L. O.)
GHz
9.75/10.60
Performance at 11.3/12.5 GHz
dB/K
16.9/17.9
Power supply (vehicle battery)
V
Power consumption from the
12 V vehicle electrical system
Inrush current
Satellite search
TV reception
Standby
A
Current consumption from the receiver
mA
Setting range
11.5 – 13.8
Typ. 10, max. 12
Typ. 3
Typ. 1.2
Typ. 0.024
Typ. 200
°
Elevation
Azimuth
Skew
Weight of the turntable with
parabolic reflector
Packing unit/weight
3 – 67
390
±45
kg
18.9
Units/kg 1/32.5
Ignition signal
12 – 24 V
Search time for first satellite
Typ. 10 – 120 s
Search time for further satellites
Typ. 2 – 30 s
Startup time LSM 1)
5 – 30 s
1)
LSM = Last Satellite Memory
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Dimensions
512 mm
981 mm
184 mm
230 mm
Fahrtrichtung / driving direction / sens de la marche
446 mm
767 mm
512 mm
738 mm
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Printing date 29.05.2015
Version number 13
Revision: 29.05.2015
SECTION 1: Identification of the substance/mixture and of the company/undertaking
· 1.1 Product identifier
· Trade name: Dekasyl MS-5
· 1.2 Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised against
No further relevant information available.
· Application of the substance / the mixture
Sealant
Glue/ Sising agent
· 1.3 Details of the supplier of the safety data sheet
· Manufacturer/Supplier:
Dekalin, brand of Diffutherm B.V.
Smaragdweg 50
NL-5527 LB Hapert
Tel: +31 497 551 080
Fax: +31 497 551 088
E-mail: info@dekalin.nl
· Further information obtainable from: Product safety Department
· 1.4 Emergency telephone number:
National Poisons Information Center (NVIC)
TEL:+31 (0)30-2748888
Only for the purpose of informing medical personnel in cases of acute intoxications
SECTION 2: Hazards identification
· 2.1 Classification of the substance or mixture
· Classification according to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008
The product is not classified according to the CLP regulation.
· Classification according to Directive 67/548/EEC or Directive 1999/45/EC Not applicable.
· Information concerning particular hazards for human and environment:
The product does not have to be labelled due to the calculation procedure of the "General Classification
guideline for preparations of the EU" in the latest valid version.
· Classification system:
The classification is according to the latest editions of the EU-lists, and extended by company and literature
data.
· 2.2 Label elements
· Labelling according to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 Void
· Hazard pictograms Void
· Signal word Void
· Hazard statements Void
· Additional information:
Safety data sheet available on request.
· 2.3 Other hazards
· Results of PBT and vPvB assessment
· PBT: Not applicable.
· vPvB: Not applicable.
SECTION 3: Composition/information on ingredients
· 3.2 Chemical characterisation: Mixtures
· Description: Mixture of substances listed below with additions.
· Dangerous components:
(Contd. on page 2)
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Trade name: Dekasyl MS-5
(Contd. of page 1)
EC number: 907-495-0
Reaction mass of Octadecanamide, 12-hydroxy-N-[2-[(1-oxodecyl) 1-<5%
Reg.nr.: 01-2119545465-35 amino]ethyl]- and N,N'-ethane-1,2-diylbis(12-hydroxyoctadecan-1amide) and Decanamide, N,N'-1,2-ethanediylbisR52
Aquatic Chronic 3, H412
CAS: 2768-02-7
Trimethoxyvinylsilan
1-<5%
Xn R20
EINECS: 220-449-8
R10
Flam. Liq. 3, H226;
Acute Tox. 4, H332
CAS: 25973-55-1
phenol, 2-(2h-benzotriazol-2-yl)-4,6-bis(1,1-dimethylpropyl)
<1%
Xn R48/22
EINECS: 247-384-8
R53
STOT RE 2, H373; Aquatic Chronic 3, H412
· SVHC
25973-55-1 phenol, 2-(2h-benzotriazol-2-yl)-4,6-bis(1,1-dimethylpropyl)
· Additional information: For the wording of the listed risk phrases refer to section 16.
SECTION 4: First aid measures
· 4.1 Description of first aid measures
· General information: No special measures required.
· After inhalation: Supply fresh air; consult doctor in case of complaints.
· After skin contact:
Immediately wash with water and soap and rinse thoroughly.
If skin irritation continues, consult a doctor.
· After eye contact:
Rinse opened eye for several minutes under running water. If symptoms persist, consult a doctor.
· After swallowing: Wash out mouth with water. Contact a physician.
· 4.2 Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and delayed No further relevant information available.
· 4.3 Indication of any immediate medical attention and special treatment needed
No further relevant information available.
SECTION 5: Firefighting measures
· 5.1 Extinguishing media
· Suitable extinguishing agents:
CO2, powder or water spray. Fight larger fires with water spray or alcohol resistant foam.
· 5.2 Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture
In case of fire, the following can be released:
Carbon monoxide (CO)
· 5.3 Advice for firefighters
· Protective equipment: Mount respiratory protective device.
· Additional information Cool endangered receptacles with water spray.
SECTION 6: Accidental release measures
· 6.1 Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures Not required.
· 6.2 Environmental precautions: Do not allow to enter sewers/ surface or ground water.
· 6.3 Methods and material for containment and cleaning up:
Absorb with liquid-binding material (sand, diatomite, acid binders, universal binders, sawdust).
· 6.4 Reference to other sections
No dangerous substances are released.
See Section 7 for information on safe handling.
See Section 8 for information on personal protection equipment.
(Contd. on page 3)
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Trade name: Dekasyl MS-5
(Contd. of page 2)
See Section 13 for disposal information.
SECTION 7: Handling and storage
· 7.1 Precautions for safe handling
No special measures required.
Use only in well ventilated areas.
· Information about fire - and explosion protection: No special measures required.
· 7.2 Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities
· Storage:
· Requirements to be met by storerooms and receptacles: No special requirements.
· Information about storage in one common storage facility: Not required.
· Further information about storage conditions: None.
· 7.3 Specific end use(s) No further relevant information available.
SECTION 8: Exposure controls/personal protection
· Additional information about design of technical facilities: No further data; see item 7.
· 8.1 Control parameters
· Ingredients with limit values that require monitoring at the workplace:
The product does not contain any relevant quantities of materials with critical values that have to be
monitored at the workplace.
· CAS No. Designation of material % Type Value Unit Not required.
· Additional information: The lists valid during the making were used as basis.
· 8.2 Exposure controls
· Personal protective equipment:
· General protective and hygienic measures:
The usual precautionary measures are to be adhered to when handling chemicals.
· Respiratory protection: Not required.
· Protection of hands: Protective gloves and protective skin cream
· Material of gloves
PVC or PE gloves
The selection of the suitable gloves does not only depend on the material, but also on further marks of quality
and varies from manufacturer to manufacturer. As the product is a preparation of several substances, the
resistance of the glove material can not be calculated in advance and has therefore to be checked prior to the
application.
Recommended thickness of the material: ≥ 0,12 mm
· Penetration time of glove material
> 480 min.
The exact break trough time has to be found out by the manufacturer of the protective gloves and has to be
observed.
· Eye protection: Goggles recommended during refilling
SECTION 9: Physical and chemical properties
· 9.1 Information on basic physical and chemical properties
· General Information
· Appearance:
Pasty
Form:
According to product specification
Colour:
Characteristic
· Odour:
Not determined.
· Odour threshold:
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(Contd. of page 3)
· pH-value:
Not determined.
· Change in condition
Melting point/Melting range:
Boiling point/Boiling range:
Undetermined.
Undetermined.
· Flash point:
Not applicable.
· Flammability (solid, gaseous):
Not applicable.
· Ignition temperature:
Decomposition temperature:
Not determined.
· Self-igniting:
Product is not selfigniting.
· Danger of explosion:
Product does not present an explosion hazard.
· Explosion limits:
Lower:
Upper:
Not determined.
Not determined.
· Vapour pressure:
Not determined.
· Density At 20 °C:
· Relative density
· Vapour density
· Evaporation rate
1.5 g/cm³ (DIN 51757)
Not determined.
Not determined.
Not determined.
· Solubility in / Miscibility with
water:
Not miscible or difficult to mix.
· Partition coefficient (n-octanol/water): Not determined.
· Viscosity:
Dynamic:
Kinematic:
Not determined.
Not determined.
· Solvent content:
Organic solvents:
0.0 %
Solids content:
· 9.2 Other information
· VOC (EU):
· VOCV:
97.0 % (DIN 53216)
No further relevant information available.
0.00 %
0.00 %
SECTION 10: Stability and reactivity
· 10.1 Reactivity
· 10.2 Chemical stability
· Thermal decomposition / conditions to be avoided: No decomposition if used according to specifications.
· 10.3 Possibility of hazardous reactions No dangerous reactions known.
· 10.4 Conditions to avoid No further relevant information available.
· 10.5 Incompatible materials: No further relevant information available.
SECTION 11: Toxicological information
· 11.1 Information on toxicological effects
· Acute toxicity:
· LD/LC50 values relevant for classification:
ATE (Acute Toxicity Estimates)
Inhalative LC50/4 h 368 mg/l
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· Primary irritant effect:
· on the skin: No irritant effect.
· on the eye: No irritating effect.
· Sensitisation: No sensitising effects known.
· Additional toxicological information:
The product is not subject to classification according to the calculation method of the General EU
Classification Guidelines for Preparations as issued in the latest version.
When used and handled according to specifications, the product does not have any harmful effects to our
experience and the information provided to us.
SECTION 12: Ecological information
· 12.1 Toxicity
· Aquatic toxicity: No further relevant information available.
· 12.2 Persistence and degradability No further relevant information available.
· 12.3 Bioaccumulative potential No further relevant information available.
· 12.4 Mobility in soil No further relevant information available.
· Additional ecological information:
· General notes:
Water hazard class 1 (German Regulation) (Self-assessment): slightly hazardous for water
Do not allow undiluted product or large quantities of it to reach ground water, water course or sewage
system.
· 12.5 Results of PBT and vPvB assessment
· PBT: Not applicable.
· vPvB: Not applicable.
· 12.6 Other adverse effects No further relevant information available.
SECTION 13: Disposal considerations
· 13.1 Waste treatment methods
· Recommendation Smaller quantities can be disposed of with household waste.
· European waste catalogue
08 00 00 WASTES FROM THE MANUFACTURE, FORMULATION, SUPPLY AND USE (MFSU) OF
COATINGS (PAINTS, VARNISHES AND VITREOUS ENAMELS), ADHESIVES, SEALANTS AND
PRINTING INKS
08 04 00 wastes from MFSU of adhesives and sealants (including waterproofing products)
08 04 10 waste adhesives and sealants other than those mentioned in 08 04 09
· Uncleaned packaging:
· Recommendation: Disposal must be made according to official regulations.
SECTION 14: Transport information
· 14.1 UN-Number
· ADR, ADN, IMDG, IATA
Void
· 14.2 UN proper shipping name
· ADR, ADN, IMDG, IATA
Void
· 14.3 Transport hazard class(es)
· ADR, ADN, IMDG, IATA
· Class
Void
· 14.4 Packing group
· ADR, IMDG, IATA
Void
(Contd. on page 6)
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Safety data sheet
according to 1907/2006/EC, Article 31
Printing date 29.05.2015
Version number 13
Revision: 29.05.2015
Trade name: Dekasyl MS-5
(Contd. of page 5)
· 14.5 Environmental hazards:
· Marine pollutant:
No
· 14.6 Special precautions for user
Not applicable.
· 14.7 Transport in bulk according to Annex II of
Not applicable.
MARPOL73/78 and the IBC Code
· Transport/Additional information:
Not dangerous according to the above specifications.
Tansport classification ADR/IMGD is based on packaging
>30ltr(IMDG), <450ltr(ADR).
For other packaging untis different classification can
apply.
· UN "Model Regulation":
-
SECTION 15: Regulatory information
· 15.1 Safety, health and environmental regulations/legislation specific for the substance or mixture
· Labelling according to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 Void
· Hazard pictograms Void
· Signal word Void
· Hazard statements Void
· National regulations:
· Waterhazard class: Water hazard class 1 (Self-assessment): slightly hazardous for water.
· Other regulations, limitations and prohibitive regulations
· Substances of very high concern (SVHC) according to REACH, Article 57
25973-55-1 phenol, 2-(2h-benzotriazol-2-yl)-4,6-bis(1,1-dimethylpropyl)
· 15.2 Chemical safety assessment: A Chemical Safety Assessment has not been carried out.
SECTION 16: Other information
This information is based on our present knowledge. However, this shall not constitute a guarantee for any
specific product features and shall not establish a legally valid contractual relationship.
· Relevant phrases
H226 Flammable liquid and vapour.
H332 Harmful if inhaled.
H373 May cause damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure.
H412 Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects.
R10
Flammable.
R20
Harmful by inhalation.
R48/22 Harmful: danger of serious damage to health by prolonged exposure if swallowed.
R52
Harmful to aquatic organisms.
R53
May cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.
· Department issuing MSDS: Product safety department.
· Contact: info@dekalin.nl
· Abbreviations and acronyms:
RID: Règlement international concernant le transport des marchandises dangereuses par chemin de fer (Regulations Concerning the
International Transport of Dangerous Goods by Rail)
ICAO: International Civil Aviation Organisation
ADR: Accord européen sur le transport des marchandises dangereuses par Route (European Agreement concerning the International
Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road)
IMDG: International Maritime Code for Dangerous Goods
IATA: International Air Transport Association
GHS: Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals
EINECS: European Inventory of Existing Commercial Chemical Substances
(Contd. on page 7)
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DEKAsyl MS safety data sheet
Page 7/7
Safety data sheet
according to 1907/2006/EC, Article 31
Printing date 29.05.2015
Version number 13
Revision: 29.05.2015
Trade name: Dekasyl MS-5
(Contd. of page 6)
ELINCS: European List of Notified Chemical Substances
CAS: Chemical Abstracts Service (division of the American Chemical Society)
LC50: Lethal concentration, 50 percent
LD50: Lethal dose, 50 percent
Flam. Liq. 3: Flammable liquids, Hazard Category 3
Acute Tox. 4: Acute toxicity, Hazard Category 4
STOT RE 2: Specific target organ toxicity - Repeated exposure, Hazard Category 2
Aquatic Chronic 3: Hazardous to the aquatic environment - Chronic Hazard, Category 3
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DEKAsyl MS technical data sheet
DEKASYL MS-5
TECHNICAL DATA SHEET
HIGH TACK ADHESIVE & SEALANT
PRODUCT
Dekasyl MS-5 is a MS Polymer based adhesive with a high green strength and is suitable for making elastic
constructive joints. Due to its high green strength clamping times can often be reduced or clamps are not needed
anymore. Dekasyl MS-5 can also be used as sealant, if similar material (similar stiffenesses) are joined together,
or if mechanical fastening methods are used.
APPLICATIONS
Elastic bondings and sealings in e.g. bus-, train-, caravan-, camper and truck construction.
Bonding of windows in e.g. busses and trains.
Bonding of corner profiles of aluminium or polyester on trailers.
Bonding of polyester parts on metal frames.
FEATURES
Solvent-, isocyanate- and PVC free.
Very good UV-resistance and ageing properties.
In general good adhesion on several substrates without the use of a primer.
Permanent elastic within temperatures from –40°C till +120°C.
Neutral, odourless and fast curing.
Paintable after skin forming (wet on wet); this will in general not influence the curing speed.
Paint compatible with most industrial paint- or lacquer systems, both alkyd resin and dispersion based
(due to the large scale of different types of industrial paints a paint compatibility test is recommended!)
ADHESION
In general Dekasyl MS-5 adheres well without primer on clean, dry, dust- and grease free substrates of
aluminium, stainless steel, galvanised steel, zinc, copper, brass, powder coated metal, most lacquered metal
surfaces, glass, PVC, polyester (GRP), painted and lacquered wood, etc. No adhesion on untreated
polyethylene, polypropylene and teflon. In those cases where due to great thermal or physical loads, especially
under wet conditions, high adhesion demands are needed, the use of an adhesion promotor is recommended.
For not mentioned substrates and additional information consult Dekalin .
METHOD OF USE
Dekasyl MS-5 can easily be extruded with a hand- or air pressure gun at temperatures between +5°C and 35°C.
In sealing applications Dekasyl MS-5 should be tooled or smoothened within 12 minutes (at 20°C/50%R.H.) with
a spatula or putty knife, occasionally moistened with a mild soap solution. Avoid soap solution penetrating
between joint sides and sealant, because this will create loss of adhesion. In bonding applications the substrates
have to be assembled within 15 minutes (at 20°C/50%R.H.) after applying Dekasyl MS-5. The higher the
temperature, the shorter the open time will be! In general an adhesive thickness of 2 mm is recommended if
similar materials (similar stiffenesses) are bonded. The larger the difference in thermal expansion is, the thicker
the adhesive bead should be. For more details Dekalin should be consulted. At a temperature of 20°C and a
relative humidity of 50% Dekasyl MS-5 can be painted with the most industrial paints already 10 minutes after
application. Best adhesion of paint coats is generally obtained if painted within 4 hours after applying Dekasyl
MS-5. Cleaning tools or removing uncured residue of Dekasyl MS-2 can be done with a clean colourless cloth,
wetted with e.g. acetone or MEK. It is recommended to make a trial first to check possible attack of the substrate
by these cleaners.
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DEKAsyl MS technical data sheet
TECHNICAL DATA SHEET
TECHNICAL DATA
Basic material
Curing method
Specific density (20°C)
Skin forming time (20°C/50% R.H.)
Open time (20°C/50%R.H.)
Curing speed after 24 hrs (20°C/50%R.H.)
Shore A hardness (DIN 53505)
Volume change (DIN 52451)
Green strength (Physica Rheometer MC100)
: MS Polymer
: moisture
: ca. 1.4 kg/liter
: ca. 12 min.
: < 15 min.
: ca. 4 mm
: ca. 55
: < 3%
: ca. 700 Pa
(max. load which can be applied per m² uncured adhesive without sagging)
Tensile stress (100%) (DIN 53504/ISO 37)
Tensile stress at break (DIN 53504/ISO 37)
Elongation at break
(DIN 53504/ISO 37)
Shear stress (DIN 53283/ASTM D1002)
(Alu-Alu; adh. thickness 2mm; test speed 50 mm/min.)
Tear propagation (DIN 53515/ISO 34)
(Type C, test speed 500 mm/min.)
Solvent percentage
Isocyanate percentage
Temperature resistance
Temperature resistance (max. 20 minutes)
Application temperature
UV- and weather resistance
Colours (standard)
Packaging
: ca. 1.7 MPa
: ca. 2.8 MPa
: ca. 210%
: ca. 2.5 MPa
: ca. 14 N/mm
: 0%
: 0%
: - 40°C till +120°C
: +180°C
: +5°C till +35°C
: excellent
: white, black
: 290 ml cartridges, 600 ml bags, other packaging on request.
STORAGE STABILITY
Dekasyl MS-5 may be stored for 12 months in a closed (unopened) packaging in a dry place at temperatures
between +5°C and +30°C (cartridges 18 months).
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
No specific safety precautions required. Consult safety data sheet.
TRANSPORT CLASSIFICATION
Not applicable.
©Dekalin November, 2013
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CAP 920 operating manual
The operating manual part for
the
CAP 920
starts from this page
If, despite studying these operating instructions, you
still have questions about getting started with the unit
or using it correctly, or if unexpected problems occur,
please contact your specialist dealer.
The Kathrein Technical Customer Support is also at
your disposal. Tel.: 08031/184/-700
Note
The EPG data for the currently selected channel is updated automatically in the background while you
are watching a TV channel. You can also have the EPG data updated automatically by the receiver. Set
thus under "Main menu", "Settings", "User Defined Settings", "EPG Setup" and "EPG Grabbing Time". The
receiver switches itself on at the selected time and updates the EPG data. After updating the data, the
receiver switches back to standby mode.
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Important information for CAP 920 before setup
Warning
In the following operating manual we assume that the UFS 946/CI+ and the turntable
have been properly installed and connected, as described in the installation and operating
manuals. If you have not yet done so, read the safety instructions at the beginning of the
UFS 946/CI+ operating manual and follow them when handling the UFS 946/CI+ and the
turntable!
Important
Risk of damage to property.
●● Before setting up your satellite system, make sure that the location allows a free view to
the satellite positions to the South and is not shadowed by trees or other obstructions.
This will save you time and effort.
●●
So as to avoid overheating the turntable motors, do not operate the motors continuously
for longer than 20 minutes. None of the search procedures initiated by the CAP 920 will
require as much as 20 minutes operation. Only repeated unsuccessful search procedures or manual overrides by the user can cause this limit to be exceeded.
●●
As soon as the ignition signal is no longer present at the turntable, if the receiver is
switched on the turntable will be supplied with a +12 V power supply and may automatically move to the last known satellite position. Therefore switch your receiver on only if
you wish to use your CAP 920.
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Remote control
All settings on the UFS 946/CI+ are made using the remote control.
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First installation
Warning
●● Before using your unit for the first time, read the “Safety Instructions – Important Information” and “Installation and Connection” sections.
●●
You will find a sample configuration for a motor home in the Section "Installation and
connection", "Connection Example".
●●
Do not connect the unit to the power supply until all installation work has been properly carried out.
●●
The guidance given in the “First Installation” section assumes that the receiver has
been properly connected, as per the “Safety Instructions – Important Information” and
“Installation and Connection” sections.
First switch your TV set on and select the AV or video/HDMI input that you used to connect the receiver to
your TV set. Switch on your receiver at the power switch on the rear of the unit. The following on-screen display appears:
Also note the bars at the
bottom of the on-screen display! This provides information on what to do next.

Select the menu language you want using the
buttons. Available options: German, English, French,
Italian, Spanish, Czech, Dutch, Polish Turkish and Russian.
Press the
 (green) button to move to the next menu.
Note
If you are unsure whether you chose the right option from a previous menu, you can go back a step at any
time during the first installation process by pressing the
 (red) button.
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First installation
The following on-screen display appears:

Use the
buttons to make the basic settings
for the video and audio output of the receiver to
the TV set.
For this, refer to the operating
instructions for your TV set and
take care to select only those
settings that your TV set can
process.
Video Output Via
The rear panel outputs video via the HDMI socket on the unit's rear panel.
HDMI/YPbPr Resolution
Here you can select the video resolution that will be output at the TV set. Either
- 1080p (resolution 1920 x 1080, full-screen images)
- 1080i (resolution 1920 x 1080, half-screen images)
- 720p (resolution 1280 x 720, full-screen images)
- 576p (resolution 720 x 576, full-screen images) or
-Automatic
Force 576i (must be supported by the TV set otherwise you will not see a TV picture)
You can only and need only make this setting if you have selected the setting "Automatic" for "HDMI/YPbPr
Resolution". If for a programme that is transmitted in the format 720 x 576 (standard TV), the original format
is to be transmitted to the TV set, select the "On" setting. If the setting is "Off", the programme may be automatically scaled up to the HDTV format 720p by the receiver.
HDCP for free channels
Select here whether HDCP (digital copy protection) is to be constantly set to "On" with free channels or is
not to be activated, "Off".
TV control box via HDMI (CEC)
If you select “Off“, the TV set must be switched on or off separately. If you select “On“, the TV set will be
switched on automatically as the receiver starts up (but only if the TV set was in standby mode). If the
receiver is switched off into standby mode, the TV set will also be switched to standby mode.
The automatic switching on and off of the TV set by the receiver only functions if the TV set supports this
function.
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Show 4:3 Event
Here you can select the type of screen display mode for 4:3 broadcasts on a 16:9 TV set. Either
- Normal (Pillarbox)
- Stretched (Full Screen) or
- Zoomed in (Pan & Scan)
Audio Format via HDMI
Here you can select the type of audio signal that is transmitted by the HDMI interface. Select the signal that
your TV set can process:
- PCM (Stereo) or
- S/PDIF format (multichannel)
Auto Dolby Digital Output
Here you can select whether the receiver should automatically select the Dolby Digital soundtrack, if this is
available.

(green) button to move to the next menu.
Press the
The following on-screen display appears:
Tuner 1
Select here with the
 buttons the line "Tuner 1" and then with the  keys the "CAP" setting.
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First installation
Press the
 (green) button to move to the next menu.
The following on-screen display appears:
Press the
 button to confirm. During the image display the following message is displayed:
After a successful initialisation the following message appears:
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Press the
 (green) button to move to the next menu. The following on-screen display appears:
The program list is preinstalled, it is not absolutely
necessary to run the channel search (Run channel search = No).

Press the
(green) button to move to the next menu. The message at the bottom left appears, and then
the following at the bottom right:
Set Local Time

buttons to select the local time offset to UTC (formerly GMT) (e.g. for GerHere you can use the
many: +1 hour). You can set the offset in 0.5 hour steps. The maximum offset is 12 hours (+ and –).
Time setting via
Use the
 buttons here to select the satellite from which the time information will be obtained.
When you have completed all settings, press the
 (green) button, to complete the first installation.
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CAP menu (polar antenna settings)
15.1
Calling up the CAP menu
Press
 (green button). One of the following illustrations will be displayed:
You can make further CAP settings from the main menu under “Settings”, “Antenna & Satellite”, “Tuner Configuration”, “Tuner 1” (CAP), “CAP settings”.
15.2
Move CAP to park position


Press the (green) button, select with the
buttons "Move CAP to park position" and press
CAP menu disappears and the turntable moves to the park position.
After that the menu item "Move CAP to park position" is renamed "Move to last satellite".
15.3
. The
Resetting the CAP system (polar antenna) (RESET)
Note
Before exchanging any component of the system (e. g. the receiver) the turntable should be moved to the
park position by means of the "Reset CAP system" command. "Reset" deletes all previously saved satellite
positions. The satellite data in the receiver component of the UFS 946/CI+are however retained.

Press the (green) button, select with the
ing on-screen display appears:
Press the
 buttons "Reset CAP system" and press . The follow-
 button to confirm, or the  button to cancel.
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15.4
CAP settings (main menu)
You can make further CAP settings from the main menu under "Settings", "Antenna & Satellite", "Tuner Configuration", "Tuner 1" (CAP), "CAP settings" (illustration below).
Important
Important basic settings for the CAP can be made in the "CAP settings" menu. These settings
should be performed by a specialist to match your particular needs and the conditions; if they are
set incorrectly the CAP could be damaged.
15.4.1
Elevation offset
You should not change the setting for the elevation offset unless there has been some mechanic alteration
to the elevation which requires manual correction.
Make the settings using the
15.4.2
 buttons.
Search speed
In the fringe areas of the satellite footprints it may happen that a better search result is obtained by using a
lower CAP search speed. If you do not get satisfactory search results at the "Regular" speed, you can reduce
the search speed to "Slow".
However, if the signal strength and quality are good you can set the search speed to “Fast”. Normally we recommend the search speed is set to “Regular”.
Make the settings using the
15.4.3
On
Off
.buttons.
Start search from park position
The polar antenna folds out in all cases without any further prompting from the park position and
starts the search for a satellite.
The user first has to confirm a prompt 1) before the polar antenna folds out and starts the search for
a satellite. This prevents the polar antenna from folding out at an unwanted time after the receiver is
switched on, such as when in a garage. Off is the default value.
1)
see the illustration on page 50.
15.4.4
Restore factory settings
Restores all the settings in the "CAP settings" menu to the factory default settings.
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Alignment (satellite search)
The antenna is aligned automatically. After the UFS 946/CI+has been switched on, the turntable automatically moves to the last channel received and the associated satellite position (e.g. ARD/ASTRA).
This works because each satellite is automatically recognised by the turntable.
The satellite search is started when you select a channel. If the turntable has not yet saved the position of
the satellite, you will see the following display when you select a channel (example):
Note
If the vehicle is not on supports during the search process and people are moving around inside it, there
is a risk that movement of the vehicle will mean that the satellite is not found.
The message on the right appears when the
rotating antenna is started from the park position and at Start search from park position the value Off has been set.
The message must be confirmed with
.
In all other cases the search starts automatically. The search can take several minutes. The following message appears during the search:
As soon as the turntable has found the right satellite it saves its position so that it can find it more quickly next
time it starts up. The alignment of the turntable is then optimised automatically for the best signal reception
(fine adjustment). The picture can freeze temporarily while this is being done.
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Channel (satellite) selection
 buttons all the channels can be selected in the sequence that they appear in the current
channel list and its sorting. Press the  (blue) button to switch between TV and radio channels.
By pressing the
17.1
Channel selection from the channel list
Providing you are not in a menu, pressing the
display appears:
Calling up the entire list and
satellite list
 button calls up the channel list. The following on-screen
Currently selected
channel list
Currently selected
channel
green button)
Live picture from
the selected
channel
(
Channel list
Call up the favourites lists
Signal
strength
and
quality
red button)
(
Call up sorting by satellites, new channels and last search
(
)
Switch between
the TV/radio lists
Call up alphabetic sorting
(
yellow button)
Call up the search function
Edit channel in
the channel list

button) can be called up from
(
any channel list
Channel data:
– Transmitting satellite
– Transponder frequency
– Polarisation
– Symbol rate
When you open this list the channel list selection / sort order is displayed from where you selected the last
channel.
For example, you can use the
ASTRA 19.2° or Hotbird 13°).
The cursor buttons
 buttons to display various channel lists sorted by satellite (e.g.
 are used to navigate within the respective channel list view to select the desired
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
channel. The selection of the desired channel is confirmed by pressing the
button. As soon as the turntable has found the satellite or has reached the known position, you will now hear and view the currently
selected channel in the small window at the top right. To exit the channel list and return to the TV picture,
press the
 button again, or press the  button.
Note
A comprehensive explanation of the channel list with its detailed functions (e.g. the scan and sort function)
can be found in the UFS 946/CI+ operating manual.
17.2
Channel selection from the channel list (sorted by satellite)
Proceed as follows to show the channel list sorted by saved satellites. Press (from the TV picture) the

. If you are not in the overall list "green view" now, press
button). Now select here with the  buttons the satellite you want from the available satellites.(green
You are automatically given a channel list that had been stored for the satellite (see example):
button, select "Open channel list" and press
The channel selection works as described previously under "Channel selection from the channel list".
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Change of location
The turntable automatically recognises a change of location through the built-in GPS receiver1). After a minor
change of location the turntable moves to the last selected position and so quickly finds the satellite again.
After a more major change of location the turntable looks for the satellite on the basis of the GPS data of the
new location1).
The following message appears while the turntable is moving:
As soon as the turntable has found the right satellite it saves its position so that it can find it more
quickly next time it starts up. The alignment of the turntable is then optimised automatically for the
best signal reception (fine adjustment). The picture can freeze temporarily while this is being done.
If the search is unsuccessful, the following message appears:
1)
The prerequisite for reception of the GPS data is correct wiring; see 5.6.9, p.25.
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Park
You have the following options to "park" the antenna in the park position:
●
●
●
Press twice the

button (on the remote control or the set).
(green button). Select with the  buttons "Move CAP to park position" and confirm with
the  button.
Press
Switch the ignition on. The antenna and automatically moves to the park position. Prerequisite: The
green core of the power supply cable is connected to the ignition and the turntable to the supply voltage (see the connection diagram). Refer to the detailed instructions for this in the CAP unit installation
manual.
The following message appears while the antenna is moving into the park position:
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Special messages from the turntable
20.1
System protection messages
20.1.1
Undervoltage
The following messages are shown on the screen to protect your reception system and the on-board power
supply:
The power supply to the turntable is inadequate (battery voltage below the minimum value).
This message means that the turntable can still be operated. However, communication errors between the
UFS 946/CI+ and the turntable can occur, for example, when searching for a satellite.
If the battery voltage drops further, then one of the following error messages appears:
Check the power supply to the turntable and
whether it is obstructed (e.g. by a branch). If neither of these causes of faults is displayed, the
turntable motor temperature is in the critical range.
Allow the turntable to stand for a few minutes in its
current position until the turntable motor temperature has reduced. You can also however move the
turntable to the park position and let it cool down
there.

button to confirm the displayed
Press the
message. The turntable cannot be moved any
more. Check the power supply to the turntable.

button and the turntable moves to
Press the
the park position.
Note
The antenna should not be moved whilst the battery is being recharged, to prevent peak loads when turning on.
20.1.2
Park position for safety reasons
The vehicle ignition was switched on. For safety reasons, the turntable moves into the park position. This
operates however only if the green ignition cable for
the turntable is connected to the vehicle ignition and
the turntable is connected to the power supply! As
long as voltage is present at the ignition, the connection to the CAP will remain disabled. This means the
CAP cannot be operated.
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20.1.3
Obstruction in the swing path
The motorised antenna has reached the mechanical
stop or is jammed! If the unit encounters an obstruction, the CAP reverses 10°. This allows the obstruction to be removed more easily.
Check whether the turntable is obstructed (e.g. by a
branch).
20.1.4
Overtemperature of the rotation motor
The turntable motor temperature is in the critical
range. Allow the turntable to stand for a few minutes
in its current position until the turntable motor temperature has reduced.
20.2
Further messages
There is a connection problem between the receiver
and the polar antenna. See the table below.
Possible cause
Remedy
The receiver and polar antenna are not connected
with the Master cable (marked in red) but with the
Slave cable.
Connect the receiver and the polar antenna with
the Master cable (marked red) 1).
The ignition is switched on.
Switch off the ignition.
There is a voltage at the core (green) marked with
"IGNITION".
Check the "IGNITION" core and correct the wiring
as required 1).
None of the above reasons.
Reset the turntable 2).
Contact our Service section 3).
1)see
5.6.6, p.23 and 5.6.9, p.25.
15.3, p.48.
3)see 7.2, p.27.
2)see
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Declaration of Conformity
22
Disposal Instructions
Electronic equipment is not domestic waste - in accordance with directive 2002/96/EC OF
THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL dated 27th January 2003 concerning
used electrical and electronic appliances, it must be disposed of properly.
At the end of its service life, take this receiver for disposal at a designated public collection
point.
Spent batteries are special waste!
Do not throw spent batteries into your domestic waste; take them to a collection point for used
batteries.
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