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GX-CJ545CL
헬로tv HD 방송 수신기
사용설명서
저작권
이 설명서의 저작권은 삼성전자(주)와 CJ 헬로에 있습니다.
이 설명서는 삼성전자(주)와 CJ 헬로의 서면동의 없이 어떤 형태로도 재생산ᆞ배포ᆞ변경할 수 없습니다.
등록상표
이 설명서에 언급된 등록상표는 그 해당 회사 소유의 등록상표입니다.
본 수신기는 고객님께 임대하여 드린 것으로 CJ 헬로의 자산입니다.
이사, 해지 등 고객님의 사정으로 반납하고자 할 때에는 아래 연락처로 반드시 연락 바랍니다.
CJ 헬로 고객행복센터 : 1855-1000
※ 분실 또는 파손시 장비 변상금이 발생할 수 있습니다.
∙∙제품의 그림은 실물과 다를 수 있으며, 사정에 따라 본체의 일부 표기가 변경될 수 있습니다.
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안전을 위한 주의사항
사용자의 안전과 재산상의 손해를 예방하기 위한 내용입니다.
아래의 내용을 잘 읽고 제품을 올바르게 사용해 주십시오.
제품 내부에 고전압이 흐르므로 내부 고전압
부품과의 접촉으로 위험이 발생할 수 있음을
표시합니다.
AC 전압: 이 심볼이 표시된 정격 전압은 AC
전압임을 나타냅니다.
이 심볼은 제품 사용 및 유지보수에 대한 자료가
포함되어 있음을 나타냅니다.
DC 전압: 이 심볼이 표시된 정격 전압은 DC 전압임을
나타냅니다.
Class II 제품: 이 심볼은 안전 접지가 필요 없는
제품임을 나타냅니다.
주의, 사용 시 설명서를 읽으세요!
이 심볼은 안전을 위해 사용설명서를 읽을 것을
지시하고 있습니다.
경고 신체적인 상해를 방지하기 위하여 독자가 따라야 하는 정보를 제공합니다.
전원
yy 반드시 제품과 함께 제공되는 전원 케이블을 사용하여 220 V 콘센트에 연결하십시오.
yy 전원 플러그가 흔들리지 않도록 안쪽 끝까지 정확하게 꽂아 주십시오.
yy 젖은 손으로 전원 플러그를 만지지 마십시오.
yy 하나의 콘센트에 여러 기기를 동시에 사용하지 마십시오.
yy 제품에서 이상한 소리, 냄새, 연기가 나면 즉시 전원 플러그를 뽑고, 고객 행복센터에 연락하십시오.
yy 전원 케이블은 반드시 접지 단자가 있는 콘센트에 연결하십시오.
yy 천둥, 번개가 치거나 제품을 오랜 시간 사용하지 않을 때에는 전원 플러그를 뽑아 주십시오.
yy 영상•음성 케이블 연결 후 케이블에서 열이 많이 발생하는 경우 전원 플러그를 뽑고 고객 행복센터에 연락하십시오.
설치/보관
yy 가연성 스프레이, 인화성 물질 등을 디지털 방송 수신기와 가까운 곳에서 사용하거나 보관하지 마십시오.
yy 바람이 잘 통하는 곳에 설치하세요.
뒷면은 10 cm이상, 옆면은 5 cm이상의 간격을 두세요.
yy 불을 사용하거나 열이 발생하는 제품 및 장소와 가까운 곳에 설치하지 마세요. (촛불, 모기향, 담뱃불, 난방장치, 직사광선에
노출된 곳 등)
yy 테이블보나 커튼 등으로 통풍구가 막히지 않도록 하세요.
yy 본 제품 위에 무거운 물건을 올려 놓지 마십시오.
yy 제품 동작중에는 상, 하단에 열이 많이 발생할 수 있으므로 다른 전자기기를 제품 위에 올려놓거나 아래에 놓지마세요.
yy 제품 위에 꽃병, 화분, 음료수, 화장품, 약품 등 액체가 담긴것이나 금속류를 올려놓지 마세요.
제품 내부에 물 또는 이물질이 들어갔을 경우 반드시 제품의 전원을 끄고 전원 코드를 빼고 고객 행복센터로 연락하세요. 고장
및 감전, 화재의 위험이 있습니다.
yy 동축 케이블 및 디지털 방송 수신기와 연결하여 사용하는 기기들이 제대로 접지되어 있는지 설치기사에게 확인을 요청하시기
바랍니다.
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일반
yy 제품이 장시간 켜져 있던 경우 제품을 맨손으로 들지 마십시요. 맨손으로 오래들고 있으면 저온화상의 위험이 있습니다.
yy 리모컨에 사용하는 건전지는 어린이의 손이 닿지 않는 곳에 보관하여 어린이의 입에 닿지 않도록 하십시오.
yy 사용한 건전지는 화기 근처에 버리지 마십시오.
주의 서비스 장애나 제품의 손상을 방지하기 위하여 독자가 따라야 하는 정보를 제공합니다.
전원
yy TV를 연결할 때에는 TV와 디지털 방송 수신기의 전원을 모두 끄고, 전원 플러그를 뽑은 상태에서 연결하십시오.
yy 전원플러그는 조작하기 쉬운 곳에 두세요.
제품의 문제가 발생했을 경우 완전한 전원차단을 위해서는 전원플러그를 뽑아야 합니다. 본체의 전원 버튼만으로는 전원이
완전히 차단되지 않습니다.
yy 소프트웨어를 업그레이드 하는 동안에는 제품의 전원을 절대로 끄지 마십시오.
yy AC/DC 어댑터의 AC 인렛 부위를 위쪽 방향으로 공중에 매달아 놓으면 이물, 흡습에 의한 불량이 발생할 수 있습니다.
AC/DC 어댑터를 바닥 또는 테이블 위에 가로 방향으로 놓아주세요.
설치/보관
yy 사용설명서에 따라 제품을 정확하게 설치하십시오.
yy 밀폐된 장식장 내부를 피하여, 통풍이 잘되고 서늘한 곳에 설치해 주십시오.
yy 열에 약한 플라스틱 받침대 위에 본 제품을 올려 놓지 마십시오. 플라스틱 받침대 형태가 변형될 수 있습니다.
yy 불안정한 곳에 설치하지 마십시오.
yy 제품 위에 장식용 덮개를 씌우지 마십시오.
yy 사용자 임의로 수리하거나 개조하지 마십시오.
yy 제품을 청소할 때에는 왁스. 벤젠, 알코올, 신나, 모기 약, 방향제, 윤활제, 세정제 등의 화학 약품을 사용하지 마십시오.
yy 제품 위로 물건을 떨어뜨리거나 충격을 주지 마십시오.
yy 제품을 청소할 때에는 전원 플러그를 뽑고 부드러운 마른 헝겊으로 닦아 주십시오.
일반
yy 리모컨에 충격을 주지 마십시오.
yy 리모컨의 건전지를 교체할 때에는 동일한 알카라인 건전지로 교체하십시오.
yy HDMI 케이블 종류에 따라 최대해상도 설정이 불가할 수 있으며, 화질이 떨어져 보일 수 있습니다. 제품과 함께 제공된 HDMI
케이블 사용을 권장합니다.
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사용 설명서를 읽기 전에
각
사용 설명서에 표기된 공통 기호 설명
본
경고하는 내용
신체적인 상해를 방지하기 위하여 독자가 따라야 하는 정보를 제공합니다.
주의할 내용
서비스 장애나 제품의 손상을 방지하기 위하여 독자가 따라야 하는 정보를 제공합니다.
참고할 내용
본문 내용에 대한 부가적인 정보를 제공합니다.
주의할 내용
일반적인 주의를 표시합니다.
금지하는 내용
제품의 취급에 따라, 그 행위를 금지하고자 할 때 표시합니다.
지시하는 내용
사용자에게 특정 행위를 지시하고자 할 때 표시합니다.
제품 내용물
제품 패키지 박스에 다음과 같은 구성 물품이 모두 들어 있는지 확인하시기 바랍니다.
내용물에 이상이 있을 경우, 제품을 구입하신 곳에 문의하시기 바랍니다.
HD 방송 수신기_본체
최신
영화
즐겨
찾기
무료
영화
키즈
우리
동네
편성표
전원 케이블
전원 어댑터
방송 수신기 사용 설명서
HDMI 케이블
간편
구매
녹화
홈메뉴
확인
리모컨(AAA 건전지 2개)
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DMI 케이블 종류에 따라 최대해상도 설정이 불가할 수 있으며,
화질이 떨어져 보일 수 있습니다. 제품과 함께 제공된 HDMI
케이블 사용을 권장합니다.
각 부분의 명칭
본체 앞면과 옆면 / 뒷면
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2
3
8
6
7
4
5
9
10
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12 13
14
우측면
명칭
1
스탠바이 버튼
대기 모드/작동 모드 전환
7
USB 2.0 포트
USB 기기와 연결하는 포트
입니다.
!
HDMI 출력 포트
HDMI 입력 포트가 있는
TV 와 연결하는 HDMI
출력 포트입니다.
2
리모컨 신호 수신부
3
통신 LED
초록색 점등 : 네트워크
연결됨
초록색 점멸 : 네트워크
연결중
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케이블 입력 포트
케이블 방송 수신을 위한
동축 케이블을 연결하는
포트입니다.
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저장매체 포트
지정된 USB 저장매체를
지원하기 위한 포트입니다
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방송 LED
초록색 점등 : 수신
가능한 채널인 경우
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영상ᆞ음성(좌, 우) 출력 포트
영상ᆞ음성 케이블을
사용하여 일반 아날로그 TV,
또는 VCR 등과 연결하는
영상ᆞ음성 출력 포트입니다.
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전원 스위치
전원을 켜거나 끄는
스위치입니다.
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전원 LED
초록색 점등 : 동작 모드
빨간색 점등 : 대기 모드
초록색 점멸 : 리모컨 버튼
누름
0
이더넷 포트
이더넷(Ethernet) 케이블을
사용하여 인터넷전화기와
연결하는 포트 입니다.
$
전원 케이블 포트
전원 어댑터를 연결
포트입니다.
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콘솔 포트
사업자 서비스용 포트입니다.
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리
디지
전원
자동
리모컨
리모컨 각 버튼의 기능에 대해 알아봅니다.
TV 의 전원을 켜거나 끕니다.
방
셋탑박스의 전원을 켜거나 끕니다.
yy (
): 재생/시청 중인 프로그램을
되감기 합니다. (2 ~ 64 배속 지원)
yy (
): 현재 재생 중인 프로그램을
정지하거나 다시 재생합니다.
yy ( ▒ ): 재생 중인 프로그램을 정지/
종료합니다.
): 재생/시청 중인 프로그램을
yy (
빨리감기 합니다.(2 ~ 64 배속 지원)
홈메뉴로 이동합니다.
현재 메뉴의 이전 메뉴 화면으로
돌아갑니다.
TV 의 외부 입력을 설정합니다.
yy 검색: 시청을 원하는 컨텐츠를 바로 찾아 보세요.
yy 추천: 볼만한 컨텐츠를 바로바로 추천해
드립니다.
yy 다시보기: 헬로tv 모든 VOD를 한눈에 보여
드립니다.
yy 홈쇼핑: 실속있고 후회없는 헬로tv 홈쇼핑을
이용해 보세요.
yy 최신영화: 극장 동시상영 영화 및 최신영화를
만나 보세요.
yy 드라마: 최근 가장 핫한 드라마를 한눈에 보고
선택하세요.
메뉴 화면에서 메뉴,
또는 항목을 선택합니다.
yy 키즈: 자녀를 위한 컨텐츠를 한눈에 확인하고
선택해 주세요.
yy 우리동네: 내가나오는 tv 우리동네 사랑방
서비스를 이용해 보세요.
선호 채널로 등록한 채널로 이동합니다.
음량을 조절합니다.
리모컨 옆면
메뉴 화면에서 나가서 시청 중이던
TV 화면으로 돌아갑니다.
채널을 선택합니다.
음성 신호를 일시적으로 끕니다.
채널 번호, 비밀번호, 숫자를 입력합니다.
TV 음량/케이블음량
TV 음량/케이블음량
모드를 선택할 때
사용합니다.
--리모컨 건전지는 알카라인 건전지(AAA)를 사용하여야 건전지 수명이 다할 때까지 문제없이
사용할 수 있습니다. 일반 건전지를 사용할 경우, 리모컨의 작동에 문제가 발생할 수 있습니다.
--건전지 수명이 다해 건전지 교체 시기가 되면 '건전지 교체' LED가 깜빡입니다.
--리모컨은 당사 사정에 따라 변경될 수 있습니다.
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* 설
켜
리모컨으로 TV 동작 설정하기
디지털 방송 수신기와 함께 제공 받은 리모컨에 TV 의 제조사 번호를 입력하면 리모컨으로 TV 의
전원 켜기/끄기 및 음량 조절을 할 수 있습니다.
자동 검색하여 설정하는 방법과 제조사 번호를 직접 입력하는 방법이 있습니다.
방법1. 자동 검색 설정
TV 전원 켜기
TV음량 모드로 선택
약3초간 동시누름.
*설
정 준비가 되면
TV가 꺼질때까지
반복해서 누름.
TV가 꺼지면 누름.
*
램프가 두 번
깜빡입니다.
램프에 불이 켜집니다.
방법 2. 제조사 번호 입력 설정
TV 전원 켜기
약3초간 동시누름.
TV의 제조사 번호 3자리 입력.
('TV 제조사 번호 목록' 참조)
* 설정 준비가 되면
*번
호를 입력할 때마다
램프에 불이 켜집니다.
램프에 불이 켜집니다.
* TV 제조사 번호가 잘못 입력된 경우에는
램프에 약 1초간 불이 켜졌다 꺼질 경우에는
TV가 꺼지면 누름.
* 설정이 완료되면
램프가 두 번 깜빡입니다.
버튼을 누른 후 처음 부터 다시 설정하세요.
설정된 제조사 번호 확인 방법
현재 설정되어 있는 제조사 번호를
램프의 깜박임 횟수로
표시합니다. 100단위, 10단위,
1단위 순서로 깜박임.
약3초간 동시누름.
*설
정 준비가 되면
켜집니다.
램프에 불이
*
램프에 불이 들어오면
선호 채널 버튼을 누릅니다.
예) 016인 경우 :
0(10회 깜박거림) -> 1(1회 깜박
거림)-> 6(6회 깜박거림)
TV 제조사 번호는 다음 페이지의 TV 제조사 번호 목록에서 확인하실 수 있습니다.
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주
TV 제조사 번호 목록
리모컨으로 작동 가능한 TV 의 제조사와 설정 번호는 다음 표와 같습니다.
제조사
설정번호
CINEMA
PLUS(현우)
001
A MARK
005
ANAM
053
052
029
130
AOC
제조사
054 048 005 051
049 050 046 047
010 018 128 129
136(TVCR)
005 007 022
BLAUPUNKT 119
설정번호
제조사
설정번호
LUXMAN
022
SCOTT
007 070
LXI
018 023 063 068
SEARS
MAGNAVOX
010 012 018 022
068 081 082 083
084 108 110
016 018 020 022
023 063 064 070
107 114
SHARP
MARANTZ
007 068 078 112
123
093 094 097 098
113
SIEMENS
119
MATSUI
068
SIGNATURE
088
METZ
119
SONY
MGA
007 022 070 080
105 112
058 059 060 061
062
SOUNDESIGN 007 081
CANDLE
022 081
CITIZEN
016 020 022 034 081
CONCERTO
022
MINERVA
119
SPECTRICON 005
CONTEC
014 073 103
MITSUBISHI
22
046
007 022 065 070
079 080 131
SSS
CRAIG
SYLVANIA
007 010 018 022
068 081 082 083
084 110
TAEKWANG
(태광)
122
CURTISMATHES 007 016 020
DAEWOO
(대우)
041
042
006
026
032
039
043
010
029
033
034
036
012
030
127
035
037
022
031
040
038
025
023
MTC
016 020 022 030
109
NAD
063 086
NEC
007 022 023 025
065 094
TANDY
113
OPTONICA
113
TATUNG
047 109
PANASONIC
047 048 049 050
067 068
TECHNICS
116
TECHWOOD
022
TEKNIKA
016 020 022 034
070 081 088 099
112
DAYTRON
007
DOOIN
090
EMERSON
007 014 069 070 071
072 073
PENNEY
016 018 020 022
091
FISHER
023 107
PHILCO
FUNAI
070
GE
007 018 047 067 091
092 111
010 012 018 022
068 081 082 083
084 110
PHILIPS
007 010 012 018
022 068 081 082
083 084
TELEFUNKEN 101 104 117 118
TELERENT
088
TMK
007 022
TOSHIBA
016 020 023 063
064 065 066
GRUNDIG
119
HALL MARK
007
PIONEER
085 086 087
HITACHI
022 058 074 075 076
077 078
PORTLAND
22
UNIVERSAL
091 092
PROTON
007
VIDTECH
022
QUASAR
047 067
WARDS
010 012 071 094
007
022
084
094
YAMAHA
022
YORK
007
ZENITH
088 089
ZONDA
005
동국
020 021
동양전자
68
한성
200
INFINITY
068
INKEL(인켈)
056 057
JBL
068
RADIO
SHACK
JCP
064 092
RCA
018 022 077 111
JVC
102 115
REALISTIC
023 071 094
KEC(한국전자) 007
SAMPO
007
KENWOOD
120
KLOSS
082
SAMSUNG
(삼성)
LG(엘지)
002 003 004 005 006
007 008 009 010 011
012 013 132 133
016 020 202
021 018 007
011 017 015
012 014 124
134(TVCR)
LODGENET
088
LOGIK
088
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SANYO
019
006
010
125
023 095 096 100
103 106 107 114
121
010
068
088
108
012
070
091
110
018
083
092
111
케
주변 장치 연결하기
인터넷 전화기
MTA
이더넷
케이블
케이블 포트
USB
케이블
지정 저장매체
동축 케이블
컴포지트 케이블
표준 HDMI® 케이블
전원 어댑터
TV
전원 케이블
--제품 사용 및 설치 시 사용 설명서의 '제품 규격'을 참고하세요. 제품 규격과 다른 환경에서
사용하면 제품이 손상되거 나 제품 수명이 단축될 수 있습니다.
--제품과 주변 장치 연결 시 제품과 연결할 장치의 전원을 모두 끄고 전원 플러그를 뽑은 상태에서
연결하세요. 연결하려는 장치의 사용 설명서를 참고하면 쉽게 연결할 수 있습니다.
--동축 케이블을 디지털 방송 수신기에 연결하기 전에 반드시 동축 케이블이 접지되어 있는지
설치 기사에게 확인을 요청하시기 바랍니다. 접지되지 않은 경우에는 화재의 위험이 있습니다.
--제품과 주변 장치 연결 시 제품에 연결 하려는 TV, VCR, PC 등의 전원이 제대로 접지되어 있는지
설치 기사에게 확인을 요청하시기 바랍니다. 접지되지 않은 경우에는 화재의 위험이 있습니다.
--케이블 연결 후, 케이블에서 열이 많이 발생하는 경우에는 고객 행복센터에 문의하시기 바랍니다.
이런 경우 화재의 위험이 있습니다.
--헬로tv HD 방송 수신기와 함께 제공되는 케이블은 HDMI 케이블입니다.
그 외 케이블은 별도 구입하셔야 합니다.
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문
디지
디지
아래
고객
영상 케이블
TV
영상
입력
음성 케이블
음성
입력
(좌)
음성
입력
(우)
HDMI 케이블
HDMI
비디오
--HDMI 케이블 종류에 따라 최대해상도 설정이 불가할 수 있으며, 화질이 떨어져 보일 수 있습니다.
제품과 함께 제공된 HDMI 케이블 사용을 권장합니다.
HDMI®(High Definition Multimedia Interface)
--헬로tv HD 방송수신기는 HDMI® 기술이 적용되었습니다.
--HDMI 포트는 HD TV 와 디지털 방송 수신기를 연결하여, 고화질의 영상을 제공하기 위한
영상·음성 통합 포트입니다.
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다.
문제 해결하기
디지털 방송 수신기 GX-CJ545CL을 사용할 때 발생할 수 있는 문제점에 대해 알아봅니다.
디지털 방송 수신기에 이상이 발생한 경우 우선 아래 사항을 점검합니다.
아래와 같은 방법으로도 문제점이 해결되지 않을 경우 고객 행복센터에 문의합니다.
고객 행복센터 전화번호는 별도로 제공됩니다.
화면
문제
해결
TV 화면이 나타나지
않습니다.
1. TV와 디지털 방송 수신기의 전원이 켜져 있는지 확인합니다.
2. 케이블 입력 포트에 케이블이 연결되어 있는지 확인합니다.
3. TV의 입력이 외부 입력 상태인지 확인합니다.
메뉴 화면이 나타나지
않습니다.
1. 디지털 방송 수신기의 전원 스위치를 껐다가 다시 켠 후 리모컨의 MENU 버튼을 누릅니다.
2. M
ENU 버튼을 눌러도 메뉴 화면이 정상적으로 나타나지 않는 경우에는 고객
행복센터에 문의합니다.
리모컨
문제
리모컨이 동작하지
않습니다.
해결
1. 리모컨을 조작하여 본체 앞면의 전원 LED에 초록색 LED가 켜지는지 확인합니다.
리모컨을 조작할 때마다 초록색 LED가 들어온다면 리모컨과 디지털 방송 수신기가
정상적으로 동작하는 것입니다.
2. 디지털 방송 수신기 제품에 맞는 리모컨인지 확인합니다.
3. 리모컨의 건전지를 새 것으로 교체하여 리모컨이 정상적으로 동작하는지 확인합니다.
4. 리모컨에 건전지가 정상적으로 삽입되어 있는지 확인합니다.
5. 디지털 방송 수신기와 리모컨 사이에 장애물이 있는지 확인합니다.
6. 디지털 방송 수신기와 리모컨의 거리를 가까이하여 리모컨이 정상적으로 동작하는지
확인합니다.
일반
문제
TV나 오디오에서
소리가 나지 않습니다.
디지털 방송 수신기의
비밀번호가 기억나지
않습니다.
해결
1. TV나 오디오의 음성 포트와 디지털 방송 수신기 뒷면의 해당 음성 출력 포트(HDMI 출력
또는 음성출력)에 음성 케이블이 연결되어 있는지 확인합니다.
2. 음성 케이블이 정상적으로 연결되어 있다면 음소거 기능이 설정되어 있는지 확인합니다.
음소거 기능이 설정되어 있을 경우 리모컨의 조용히 버튼을 눌러 음소거 기능을
해제합니다.
디지털 방송 수신기의 초기 비밀번호는 ‘0000’입니다. 비밀번호가 기억나지 않는 경우에는
고객 행복센터에 문의합니다. 비밀번호를 초기화한 후 새로 지정할 수 있습니다.
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제품 규격
항목
모델명
수신기 규격
O
Som
Gen
내용
GX-CJ545CL
케이블 디지털 방송 송수신기 정합 규격
항목
ETHERNET 포트
내용
10/100 BASE-T 이더넷 1포트
USB 포트
USB 2.0: 2포트(뒷면, 측면)
정격 전압, 주파수
AC100-240V~ 50/60Hz
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The
Cor
If yo
sou
You
방송 수신 주파수
54~1002 MHz
방송 수신 Level
-15~15 dBmV(64 QAM)
-12~15 dBmV(256 QAM)
-15~15 dBmV(8 VSB)
소비 전력
최대 25 W
Bel
64 QAM/256 QAM(ITU-T J83 Annex B),
8 VSB
작동 온도
0 ~ 40 ℃
Li
비디오 출력 포트
컴포지트(CVBS) 영상 출력: 1포트
작동 습도
0 ~ 90 %
ba
오디오 출력 포트
스테레오(좌/우): 1포트
크기(mm)
200(가로) × 135(세로) × 41.5(높이)
방송 수신 변조
방식
비디오/오디오
동시 출력 포트
HDMI 출력: 1포트
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