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Table of contents
0.
Control elements and connections....................................................................................................................... 3
0.1.
0.2.
0.3.
1.
Receiver front panel ...................................................................................................................................... 3
Receiver back panel ...................................................................................................................................... 3
Remote control .............................................................................................................................................. 4
First installation...................................................................................................................................................... 5
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
1.4.
1.5.
2.
Complete Content.......................................................................................................................................... 5
Installation examples..................................................................................................................................... 6
Safety rules .................................................................................................................................................... 7
Fast installation guide ................................................................................................................................... 8
Menu overview ............................................................................................................................................. 10
Standard functions............................................................................................................................................... 11
2.1.
2.2.
2.3.
2.4.
2.5.
2.6.
2.7.
2.8.
2.9.
2.10.
2.11.
2.12.
2.13.
2.14.
2.15.
2.16.
2.17.
2.18.
2.19.
3.
Switch on the receiver................................................................................................................................. 11
StandBy ........................................................................................................................................................ 11
Teletext ......................................................................................................................................................... 11
MUTE ............................................................................................................................................................ 11
Numeric block on remote control............................................................................................................... 11
Switch channels........................................................................................................................................... 11
Change between TV- and Radio channels ................................................................................................. 11
Vol+/Vol- Volume ........................................................................................................................................ 11
Stop the functions ....................................................................................................................................... 11
Open Main menu...................................................................................................................................... 12
Watch the last viewed channel ............................................................................................................... 12
Channel list .............................................................................................................................................. 12
EPG Electronic Program Guide .............................................................................................................. 12
Favourite channel list.............................................................................................................................. 12
Menu Audio .............................................................................................................................................. 13
Signal and Channel information............................................................................................................. 13
Changing favourite channels ................................................................................................................. 13
Zoom Function......................................................................................................................................... 13
Subtitles ................................................................................................................................................... 13
Channel management .......................................................................................................................................... 14
3.1.
TV-Channel list............................................................................................................................................. 14
3.1.1.
Skip channels ...................................................................................................................................... 14
3.1.2.
Lock channels ..................................................................................................................................... 14
3.1.3.
Delete channels................................................................................................................................... 14
3.1.4.
Delete channel groups or all channels .............................................................................................. 15
3.1.5.
Edit channels....................................................................................................................................... 15
3.1.6.
List of favourite channels ................................................................................................................... 15
4.
Timers ................................................................................................................................................................... 16
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
5.
Sorting .......................................................................................................................................................... 16
Delete Timer ................................................................................................................................................. 16
Edit / Add timer ........................................................................................................................................... 16
Tools ..................................................................................................................................................................... 18
5.1.
5.2.
Calculator ..................................................................................................................................................... 18
Calendar ....................................................................................................................................................... 18
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System Settings ................................................................................................................................................... 19
6.1.
6.2.
6.3.
6.4.
6.5.
6.6.
6.7.
6.8.
6.9.
7.
Parental Control ................................................................................................................................................... 22
7.1.
7.2.
7.3.
7.4.
8.
Set Lock........................................................................................................................................................ 22
Channel lock ................................................................................................................................................ 22
Installation Lock .......................................................................................................................................... 22
Change Password........................................................................................................................................ 22
Installation ............................................................................................................................................................ 23
8.1.
8.2.
8.3.
8.4.
9.
Menu Language ........................................................................................................................................... 19
Audio Language........................................................................................................................................... 19
Date and Time .............................................................................................................................................. 19
Time Zone..................................................................................................................................................... 19
TV Settings ................................................................................................................................................... 20
OSD Settings................................................................................................................................................ 20
Version ......................................................................................................................................................... 21
Factory Default............................................................................................................................................. 21
Software Upgrade ........................................................................................................................................ 21
Channel Search............................................................................................................................................ 23
Network Configuration ................................................................................................................................ 23
Network Management.................................................................................................................................. 24
Backup.......................................................................................................................................................... 24
The equipment of the receiver ............................................................................................................................ 25
9.1.
Technical data.............................................................................................................................................. 25
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0. Control elements and connections
0.1.
Receiver front panel
1 2 3
4
5
6
1
POWER:
Switches the receiver ON or in Standby mode. For total switching off, use the main
switch at the back side of the receiver.
2
POWER LED:
Indicates that the mains voltage (90-230 VAC) is available.
3
LOCK LED:
Indicates a sufficient signal level at the input
4
DISPLAY:
4 Digits to display the program numbers.
5
IR-SENSOR:
Reception sensor for the IR remote control signals
6
BUTTONS:
These buttons allow controlling the main functions of the receiver, and
provide the same functionality as the remote control ones.
0.2.
Receiver back panel
1
5
6
7
2
3
8
1
ETHERNET:
Network connection of the receiver.
2
RS-232:
Serial port to update the firmware of the receiver
3
AC IN:
Power cord 230VAC/50Hz.
4
POWER ON/OFF:
Main switch to switch off totally the receiver
5
AUDIO:
Audio output for home audio systems
6
VIDEO:
Video output for external monitor, TFT or video beamer
7
COAXIAL S/PDIF:
Coaxial output for digital audio (AC3)
8
TV SCART:
SCART output for connecting one TV set
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0.3.
Remote control
1. POWER:
Switches receiver ON or in stand-by-mode
2. TEXT:
Open and close teletext
3. MUTE:
Switches audio on and off
4. NUMERIC BLOCK: For direct typing values and names
5. CH+ CH-:
Changes channel up and down
6. VOL+ VOL-:
Adjusts audio volume up and down
7. TV/R:
Switches between TV and Radio
Channels
8. EXIT:
Exit menus or stop operations
9. MENU:
Opens the main menu
10. BACK:
Watch the last viewed channel
11.
OK
:
Confirms selections or opens channel
list
12. Color Keys:
Controls menu options.
13.Green Button:
Not available in this model
14.Red Button:
Not available in this model
15.SAT:
Not available in this model
16. EPG:
Shows the EPG information
17. List:
Opens channel list
18. Fav:
Opens favourite channel list
19. Audio:
Opens audio menu
20. Sub:
Switches subtitle on and off
21.Pup Pdw:
Moves cursor in block steps
22. Fav+ Fav-:
Moves favourite channel up and down
23. INFO:
Shows channel information with signal
bar
24.Zoom:
Zoom function
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1. First installation
1.1.
Complete Content
The following goods must be included in this package when you open it for the first time.
Remote control
Installation guide
Two batteries
type AAA, Micro, 1,5V
CDROM
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1.2.
Installation examples
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1.3.
Safety rules
Please read the manual carefully before using the receiver.
You will receive a lot of information to use this product correctly and you will prevent incidents.
Please keep the manual on a safe place.
CAUTIONR
RISK OF ELEKTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
This sign warns you about
high voltages, with risk
of electric shock
Caution: Do not open the housing of
this receiver. Repairs can only be
made by professionals authorized by
Fte maximal. If not, warranty will not be
valid anymore.
This sign informs about
special information which is
important to know.
Caution: Keep this receiver far away from liquids. Do not place it on placements close to water like flowers
vases, wash basin, aquariums or pools. It exists a high risk of electric shock when water or high humidity
filters inside the receivers. Never place other devices on it; they can overheat the receiver as well as daring
fire risk. The receiver must be used only with original power cord to 230V main plug.
Please read carefully this manual and do not hesitate to contact to professional help if you have any doubt.
Opening the receiver housing as well as the Hard Disk case will mean a total lost of warranty.
Installation:
1.
Never work during a thunderstorm or staying near of the antenna systems.
2.
Before adjusting the receiver, make sure that your antenna is well aligned and works properly.
3.
Unplug the main connection (230V) every time you work with receiver connections. Do it also when you stay
away for a long time out of home like in holiday periods.
4.
The best placement for the receiver is close to the TV and your other equipment like DVD, VCR, CD, and game
stations. Select a stable place where you can make the necessary connections in a safety way.
The 230V main plug should be in a place easy to reach, that you can unplug it when it is necessary.
Cleaning: Before cleaning the receiver with a slightly damped cloth, please disconnect the main 230 V connection from
the receiver. Please use only mild cleaners.
Accessories: Please, do not use accessories which are not agreed by the manufacturer of the receiver.
Unsuitable accessories could increase the risk of getting on fire, an electrical impact or other damages.
Placement: Select a placement where the Receiver has air circulation enough, otherwise it may have overheating
accumulation. Do not cover the openings of the housing. Unsuitable placements are also places close to heaters or soft
locations like e.g. sofas and beds.
Power connection: Select a main plug with easy access, in case of unplugging necessity; it will be easier and faster.
Please, make sure that the cord as well as the plug is in perfect conditions. Do not pull the cable, use always the plug.
Housing: Please, make sure that no liquid will filter into the housing of the receiver. If so, disconnect immediately the
receiver from the main 230 V plug and bring the receiver to a professional.
Air humidity: When you take the Receiver from a cold to a warm place, please wait until the receiver gets the same
temperature as the new environment, in order to avoid problems of humidity condensation.
Maintenance / Repairing: Within the warranty time all the repairing processes should be done by Fte Maximal technical
staff. Otherwise, the warranty will be lost.
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1.4.
Fast installation guide
Please, follow the instructions for a faster and simpler installation of the receiver.
Step 1: Connections
Connect the ETHERNET input of the receiver to the network.
Connecting TV set, LCD or video beamer:
Scart
This is the connector which will be normally used to connect the TV.
For this purpose, you will need a Scart – Scart connector.
You can obtain further information in chapter 0.2 Receiver back panel.
When you set up the system for the first time, the current date will be stored in Menu > System Settings > Version
as beginning date for the warranty period.
Step 2: Main settings on receiver
When you start the first time the receiver or when you execute a “factory default” process, you will see this
installation guide in English language.
,
and the button
The selection of the menu options will be done with the arrow buttons
OK of the remote control.
Please, choose the code for your remote control in the first window.
Fte Maximal gives you the possibility of using a IP, a DVB-T and a DVB-S
receivers at the same time.
For this purpose, your new receiver is selected by factory with code 3.
You have the possibility to change the code of it, to do that you have to change the
position of a switch in the remote control.
You have to select the same position in the receiver than in the remote control.
If you have problems with remote control devices, you can change the transmission
code if you go to Menu > System Settings > OSD Settings
after finishing the quick installation guide.
Menu Language:
Here you have to select the language for the Receiver menu and information.
Select the language with the arrow buttons
and press the OK button.
Time Zone:
In order to the receiver is able to display the correct time and adjust the timer
recordings correctly, it is needed to fix the time zone to the place you live.
Select here the time delay according to your position comparing to Greenwich Time.
In UK:
Summer time: +1 hours
Winter time:
GMT hour
Select with the arrow buttons
and press the OK button.
Date and Time
It is recommended to setup the clock before starting to enjoy the receiver.
the entry you want to change.
Select with
The entry will be modified by the buttons
.
When you have finished, press OK.
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Network Configuration
The receiver will require the introduction of the needed parameters to be able to
get connected to a network, as well as to be visible to other equipments so that
receive streaming of video and audio.
You should introduce the following parameters:
IP Address
Number of 32 bits expressed in 4 numbers between 0
and 255 which identifies the receiver inside its network.
Every device in the network should have a different IP
Address and it is highly recommended that all of them
are in the same subnetwork and with IP addresses into
the following range:
10.x.x.x
172.16.0.0 – 172.31.255.255
192.168.x.x
Subnet Mask
Number in IP format that, combined with the IP address, identifies where the equipment is.
IP LAN Soft:
IP address of the PC where the application for exchanging video streamings between the
PC and the receiver is installed.
If you want, you can download the application IP LAN Soft from the Website:
www.ftemaximal.com
MAC
Device address at hardware level. It is unique in each device and it comes from the factory.
You can move through the menus with the buttons
With the Red button you delete the last character.
Press OK to save the changes.
and
.
Search IP Channels
The receiver will carry out a search for channels broadcasted by other equipment
connected to the network.
You can receive transmissions of other equipment in mode Unicast and
Multicast.
- Unicast is when the information is sent from a unique sender to a
unique receiver.
- Multicast in when the information is sent through a network to multiple
destinations simultaneously. The equipment that work in multicast mode
send the information into an IP range between 224.0.0.0 and
239.255.255.255.
In Search Type select Auto to search for all the channels which are broadcasted
by other equipment in your network in multicast mode. If you select the Host
option, it will look for transmissions of the equipment present in the list Network
Management that you select.
In the field Multiplex you should select the hosts from the list Network
Management in which you with to search for channels.
a new window will appear, where you can select
Pressing the Blue button or
the hosts.
.
You can move the cursor with
With the Green button you select the hosts.
Press Exit to go back to the search menu.
If you press the Green button, it will carry out a search of the video IP channels.
Press Exit to exit.
The Fast install guide is now finished.
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1.5.
Menu overview
Main menu
Channel Management
Parental Control
Move, rename or delete channels,
Program and, create favourite list.
Tools
Calculator,
Calendar with date management
Activate parental control
Installation
Search channels
Network adjustments
Backup
System Settings
Main settings for receiver
for OSD and adapt TV set
Factory default
Software upgrade
Timers
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2. Standard functions
2.1. Switch on the receiver
The receiver has a main switch at the back panel. To switch on, take the switch in position 1.
Now the receiver begins to run and show information on its display.
2.2. StandBy
To switch the receiver from Standby (sleep mode) to the working mode, press Orange Power button on the left corner
at the top of the remote control.
If the receiver had been working before and you did not switch on by main switch, the receiver show the last displayed
channel.
When you press it again, the receiver goes back to the stand by mode.
2.3. Teletext
The button Text opens the teletext generator.
Automatically the receiver loads page 100 as standard.
Like in your TV set you can open the pages by pressing the buttons 0-9.
If you want to open, for example, the page 140, you
have to press the buttons 1 – 4 – 0.
When you want close the page, press Exit.
2.4. MUTE
With this function, you will be able to shut down the audio completely.
To do it, press the button Mute and the warning symbol will be displayed.
By pressing again the button Mute the function will be disabled.
2.5. Numeric block on remote control
Over the numeric block in the remote control, you can select directly channels the when you know the stored program
place.
If you want for example place 23, you have to press the buttons 2 and 3 and after the button OK .
2.6. Switch channels
With the buttons CH+ / CH- or
you can change the channels also.
Press one button for getting one channel up or down.
2.7. Change between TV- and Radio channels
When you want change between TV and Radio channels, you have to press the button TV/R on the remote control.
2.8.
Vol+/Vol- Volume
you can regulate the audio volume.
With the buttons Vol+ / Vol- or
To do it, you will see a graphic like the one at the left side.
For using this function properly, you need to make an alignment with you TV set.
Turn off the volume of the receiver. For this, press the button MUTE on remote control. Now turn up the volume on TV
until the moment you hear a noise. Now turn down the volume until the noise desapears. Normally this is around 5075% of the total volume of the TV set.
2.9. Stop the functions
With the button Exit you can stop functions like channels search or close menus.
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2.10. Open Main menu
To open the main menu, you have to press the button MENU.
The menu system is made in a tree structure
2.11. Watch the last viewed channel
With the Back button, you can access to the channel viewed previously.
2.12. Channel list
When all the menus are closed, you can open a channel list by pressing
the button OK.
With the button TV/R you can switch between TV and Radio channels.
With the button FAV you can sort this list as follows:
POS, Position in channel list
Name, by alphabetic sort
FTA / CAS sort by free or coded channels
If the position or the name of the channel fits, you can carry out a searching.
Press the Green button to select the searching mode until the symbol (…)
appears in the row Pos or Name, and introduce the characters with the
alphanumeric keyboard.
The handling of the keyboard is like in a mobile phone.
When you press one button several times you will have different results.
Example: If you press button 2: a, b, c and 2
You will get a channel list with the information requested.
2.13. EPG Electronic Program Guide
By pressing the button EPG you will start the electronic program guide.
The receiver gets the information of the tuned channel. This information
is available only in case that the streaming contains it.
With the buttons
you can select a channel and with
one
event. The Blue colour field highlights the current selected event and the
Red line shows the current time.
With the Yellow button you can mark one event. The receiver will switch to
this channel once the event has begun. If you select an event which has
already started, the receiver switches to this channel immediately.
Pressing the button INFO you will get more detailed information about the
event.
With the arrow buttons
you can move along the text.
2.14. Favourite channel list
If no menu is opened, you can get your favourite channels list by pressing
the button FAV.
With the buttons Pup / Pdw you can switch between 8 different lists, if you
have marked channels before. With the buttons
you can select a
channel from this list.
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2.15. Menu Audio
If all menus are closed you can open the menu Audio by pressing the button
Audio.
You can change here the audio output in Stereo, Left and Right audio format.
Testing the channels, you will be able to make the most suitable selection.
Standard selection is Stereo.
2.16. Signal and Channel information
Pressing the INFO button, with no menu activated,
You will see the channel information. This information is the same that
appears when you change the channels.
In the signal bar we can see the following information:
Channel Number, Channel Name, current Time and Date,
Name of the current event and brief description given by EPG.
Start and Stop time of the event and the indication of the current time
from the beginning in yellow colour.
This menu disposes of 2 keys of advanced functions. Blue and Yellow
keys. Through Blue key, you can get the technical information of the
shown channel at the top part of the window, as you can see in the
image:
Yellow key allows seeing which will be the next event indicated by EPG, with its start and stop times.
2.17. Changing favourite channels
With the buttons FAV+ and FAV- you can switch the favourite channels directly.
The Sequence for the channels is the established one before in main channel list.
2.18. Zoom Function
With the Zoom button you can see more details of the image.
By pressing the button OK you can select the enlargement.
If you want to stop, please press Exit.
2.19. Subtitles
When no menu is opened, you can start with Sub button the subtitle function.
Subtitles only can be displayed when the operator transmit them.
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3. Channel management
3.1. TV-Channel list
Here you will find an overview about all channels.
Channels can be administrated, moved, deleted or blocked.
The navigation is with the buttons
and
.
With the button TV/R you will switch between TV and Radio channels.
With the button LIST you can sort this list as follows:
POS, Position in channel list
Name, alphabetically
FTA / CAS sort by free or coded channels
To see the PID information, you have to press the button TEXT.
This information will be read by the receiver automatically and it gives
the information where the program is in the data stream.
It is not necessary to change it, but it can be done by the numeric keys
of the remote control.
3.1.1. Skip channels
With this function it is possible to skip selected
.
with the buttons CH+ / CH- or
If you want mark channels for skipping, you have to select the channel and then press
the Blue Button Skip. Doing this, you will see that the channel has a symbol
like the one at the right side. Marked channels only will be opened by channel list.
3.1.2. Lock channels
If you want to lock channels with a password needed for opening them,
you can do it with this function.
If you want to mark channels, please select the channel by
buttons and than press the Yellow button Lock.
Doing this, you will see that the channel now has a symbol like the one at the right side.
In order the function works properly, you have to activate the password
function in menu Parental Control.
±
3.1.3. Delete channels
If you want to delete one channel, you have to select it and then press the
Red button Delete.
Doing this, you see now one symbol like one the right side.
You can mark more than one channel, the channels will be deleted when you close the
Channel Management.
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3.1.4. Delete channel groups or all channels
If you want to delete a channel group or all channels,
you have to select them and than press the Green button Del. Group.
In the following submenu you should choose all channels from one Host or
All channels.
With the OK button the selection will be done.
3.1.5. Edit channels
If you want to move channels in their position in channel list
or you want to change their name, you can do it in the submenu
Edit Channel.
To do it, press the button INFO.
In the line POS you can change the placement in channel list
In Operation, you can select the mode of changing the position of
the channel. You can choose between Move (it will shift the rest of channels)
and Exchange (it will exchange the position between 2 channels)
In the line Name you can modify the actual name of this channel.
The keyboard handling is like in a mobile phone.
When you press one button several times you will have different results.
Example: If you press button 2: a, b, c and 2
With the arrow buttons you can move the cursor in its position.
In this menu, the Green button change between normal and
capital letters and the RED button delete the letters.
With the OK button the selection will be done.
The receiver stores the changes when you leave the menu.
Please confirm by selecting with
OK the message.
3.1.6. List of favourite channels
With the buttons 1 to 8 from the numeric block you can select channels of the
favourite channel list 1 to 8.
At the column Favourite of the Channel List, you will see which Favourite list
each channel is from.
If you want to give to a favourite channel list an own name,
you can do it by pressing the button FAV.
you have to select one list.
With the buttons
In the line you can move the cursor with the buttons
.
The RED button delete letters and the Green button change between
normal and capital letters.
The keyboard handling is like in a mobile phone.
When you press one button several times you will have different results.
Example: If you press button 2: a, b, c and 2
With the OK button the selection will be done.
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4. Timers
In menu Timers you get one overview about all events which you have programmed.
These events can be store over EPG or direct in this menu.
Menu options
List with all events including
channel name and name for
the event
Start date and time
selected of event
PID information for
the selected event
4.1.
Menu options
Sorting
For having a better view, you can sort the events.
Please press for this the button LIST.
With
buttons you can select the follow options:
Sort Channel:
A,B,C….
Sort Name:
Sort Start:
Sort Pos:
4.2.
Sort the list related to the first letter of the program name in
Sort the events related to the name of event in A,B,C….
Sort the files related to the start time.
Sort the files by date of creation.
Delete Timer
With the Red button Delete you can delete events.
With
buttons you can select one event and then press the
Red button Delete, then confirm the following message.
4.3.
Edit / Add timer
With the Green button Edit you can modify one event,
This can be useful, when you want to program one event and
you do not know exactly its starting or ending time.
With the Yellow button Add you can add manual one event.
The using of Add and Edit is the same.
Channel
Here you can change the channel which will be programmed.
Press the button
and select in the new menu the channel you want
by the buttons
and press OK.
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Title
You can modify an existing title or create a new one.
buttons.
If you want to change it, select this line by
The keyboard handling is like in a mobile phone.
When you press one button several times you will have different results.
Example: If you press button 2: a, b, c and 2
you can move the cursor in its position.
With the arrow buttons
In this menu, the Green button changes between normal and
capital letters and the RED button deletes letters.
Start / Stop
If you want to modify start and stop times, select this line
by
buttons.
Press now
and select with
the entry you want to change.
The entry will be modified by the buttons
.
When you have finished, press OK.
Repeat
The standard value is 1x, for one time recording.
With the buttons
you can choose the following options also.
2x - 6x
T
W
Monday – Friday
This repeats the timer next day, at same time, same channel.
This repeat the timer every day at same time, same channel.
This repeat the timer every week at same time, same channel.
It will repeat the timer since Monday to Friday in the same channel and at the same time.
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5. Tools
In this menu you can find two little helper tools.
The calculator is useful for fast calculations and with the calendar
you can mark dates for special events like birthdays.
5.1. Calculator
The using of the calculator is very easy.
With numeric block remote control, input the numbers.
For the calculations you use the colour buttons.
Red Button
Green Button
Yellow Button
Blue Button
Addition
Subtraction
Multiplication
Division
The button OK is used for = function.
With the buttons ◄ you restore the calculator.
5.2. Calendar
If you open the calendar, the yellow marked field shows the current date.
This will be shown in the line under the calendar.
With the buttons Fav- and Fav+ you can switch between the months.
With the buttons Pup and Pdown you can change the year.
In the first column it is marked the number of week in the year and one blue
marked field shows a stored event.
and
You can select the individual dates with the buttons
.
Add one event (Anniversary)
If you want to add an event, select the date and press the
Yellow button Add Anniversary.
You can type the name for the event like in a mobile phone.
When you press one button several times you will have different results.
Example: If you press button 2: a, b, c and 2
you can move the cursor in its position.
With the arrow buttons
In this menu, the Green button changes between normal and
capital letters and the RED button deletes letters.
If you select later a blue marked field you will see the name info the field.
Delete one event
If you want to delete an event, you have to select it and then press
the Red button delete Anniversary.
Change Alarm
Pushing the Green button, you can add an alarm to the event, you will see that this symbol (*) appears close to the
date. A visual alarm will appear in the screen the day of the event.
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6. System Settings
In the menu System Settings you will find all basic adjustments
of the Receiver.
6.1. Menu Language
Here you can choose the language which will be shown in the receiver.
You can select:
English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese
Please select with the buttons
and then press OK.
6.2. Audio Language
Here you can choose the audio language for the TV and Radio channels.
Example:
If you select English and the channel you want to see have one
audio carrier in English, you will get the audio in English.
If there is no audio carrier in English, you will get the first one which is
supported in this channel, for example German.
You can select:
English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese
Please select with the buttons
and then press OK.
6.3. Date and Time
In order to introduce manually the time and date.
Select with
the entry you want to change.
The entry will be modified by the buttons
When you have finished, press OK.
.
6.4. Time Zone
In order to the receiver shows the correct time as well as adjusting the records
properly, it is needed the adjustment of the Time Zone where you live.
For UK:
Summer time: +1 hour
Winter time:
GMT hour
Please select with the buttons
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6.5. TV Settings
Here you can adapt your receiver to your TV set and you can select
the screen format.
TV-System
Select here which TV system your TV set support.
Selection: NTSC, PAL, Secam and AUTO
.
Please change with the buttons
TV-Format
Select here which TV format your TV set has available.
Selection: 4:3, 16:9 and AUTO, please change it with the buttons
.
RF Mode
If you connect your TV or Video set with one IEC coaxial connection at the
output TO TV, you will need to select which system is supported by this device.
Options: PAL M, B/G, I, D/K or NTSC , please change them with the buttons
.
RF Channel
Here you can select which channel the modulator has to use.
This is only needed if you connect your receiver with the IEC coaxial connection at the
output TO TV to your TV set.
Selection: Channel 21 to 69 , please change with the buttons
.
Picture Format
This option is only available when you have not selected TV format in mode AUTO.
Options: Pan&Scan or Letter Box , please change with the buttons
.
In this option you can choose how the pictures in films with a big format will be adapted to your TV set.
If you select Pan&Scan you will see one part of the film and at the left and right sides it will be cut
In Letter Box, the picture will become smaller and you will see on top and bottom two black bars.
TV output
This option allows choosing how the receiver will send the colours to the TV set.
Selection: CVBS , RGB, SVIDEO or YUV , please change with the buttons
.
Loop VCR
Here you select the priority of an external video signal.
If you have selected Slave, the receiver shows every time the signal coming from the VCR Scart connector, when there
is signal available. It also can be a signal from DVD player or recorder.
If you have select Master , the signal from receiver has priority and you will see only the signal from connector VCR
scart when the receiver is in Standby mode.
Selection: Master or Slave , please change with the buttons
.
LPC Mode
Not available in this model.
Sleep
If you want shut down the receiver automatically, you can choose here the time for the sleep timer.
Selection: 15, 30, 45, 60, 75, 90, 105, 120 or Sleep Off
Please change it with the buttons
6.6.
.
OSD Settings
Remote control
Here you can change the transmission code for the remote control if you
have problems with other devices.
.
Please change it with the buttons
For saving the changes, please press OK .
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Do not forget to change also the code on the remote control.
For this, you have to change the position of a switch in the remote control.
You have to select the same position in the receiver than in the remote
control.
Info bar delay
Here you can select how long the information of the OSD will be displayed
on the screen.
Selection: 1 to 10 sec.
.
Please change it with the buttons
Number of Sequential Channel
Selecting Yes in this option, the positions of the channels will be occupied continuously and sequentially. Although you
move the position of one channel, you will shift the positions to avoid leaving empty channels.
Selecting No, you can leave empty channels if we shift the position of one channel.
6.7. Version
Here you get information about the hard and software from your receiver.
Manufacturer
Model
Hardware
Loader
Software
FP
Guarantee
CRC
Manufacturer of the receiver.
Exact article name.
Revisions number from main PCB
Version for boot loader
Version for installed software
Not available in this model
Beginning of the warranty time
Checksum of the EEprom
6.8. Factory Default
With this option you can restore the receiver totally to the status when
the receiver was used the first time.
Caution: Make this only if you are 100% sure, this step can
is irreversible.
6.9. Software Upgrade
With this menu you can transfer data and install new software.
With the buttons
you can choose between the following
possibilities.
Serial port (Download)
Start data download via RS-232 connection.
Air (now)
Starts data download via OTA immediately
Air (programmed)
Starts data download via OTA at a programmed time
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7. Parental Control
With this menu, you can activate the parental control where is necessary
to give one password before opening channels or making settings.
7.1. Set Lock
To activate the parental control, select with
button Set Lock
and then press
.
You have to give the standard code 0000 or your individual one with the
numeric block from the remote control. Then press OK button.
7.2. Channel lock
Here you can activate the parental control for channels if you have marked
it in Channel Management for Lock.
For this, select with the buttons
the line Channel Lock
.
and than press
You have to give the standard code 0000 or your individual one with the
numeric block from remote control. Then press OK button.
7.3. Installation Lock
Here you cane activate the parental control for the menu Parental control,
System Settings and Installation.
For this, select with the buttons
the line Installation Lock
and then press
.
You have to give the standard code 0000 or your individual one with the
numeric block from remote control. Than press OK button.
7.4.
Change Password
When you want to change the standard password, select for this with the
buttons
Change Password and press OK button.
Old Password
New Password
Retype Password
Input here the actual password
Input here the new password you want.
Password must have 4 digit.
Retype here the new password
and press OK button.
If you loose in any time the standard or your individual password you can unlock it with master
password 5100.
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8. Installation
Over this menu you can search for new channels Channel Search,
modify the frequency list MUX Management, or make backups.
8.1. Channel Search
The receiver will carry out a search for channels broadcasted by other
equipment connected to the network.
You can receive transmissions of other equipment in mode Unicast and
Multicast.
- Unicast is when the information is sent from a unique sender to a
unique receiver.
- Multicast in when the information is sent through a network to
multiple destinations simultaneously. The equipment that work in
multicast mode send the information into an IP range between
224.0.0.0 and 239.255.255.255.
In Search Type select Auto to search for all the channels which are
broadcasted by other equipment in your network in multicast mode. If you
select the Host option, it will look for transmissions of the equipment present
in the list Network Management that you select.
In the field Multiplex you should select the hosts from the list Network
Management in which you with to search for channels.
a new window will appear, where you can
Pressing the Blue button or
select the hosts.
You can move the cursor with
.
With the Green button you select the hosts.
Press Exit to go back to the search menu.
If you press the Green button, it will carry out a search of the video IP
channels.
Press Exit to exit.
8.2. Network Configuration
The receiver will require the introduction of the needed parameters to be able
to get connected to a network, as well as to be visible to other equipments so
that receive streaming of video and audio.
You should introduce the following parameters:
IP Address
Number of 32 bits expressed in 4 numbers between
0 and 255 which identifies the receiver inside its
network.
Every device in the network should have a different
IP Address and it is highly recommended that all of
them are in the same subnetwork and with IP
addresses into the following range:
10.x.x.x
172.16.0.0 – 172.31.255.255
192.168.x.x
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Subnet Mask
Number in IP format that, combined with the IP address, identifies where the equipment is.
IP LAN Soft:
IP address of the PC where the application for exchanging video streamings between the
PC and the receiver is installed.
If you want, you can download the application IP LAN Soft from the Website:
www.ftemaximal.com
MAC
Device address at hardware level. It is unique in each device and it comes from the factory.
You can move through the menus with the buttons
With the Red button you delete the last character.
Press OK to save the changes.
and
.
8.3. Network Management
In this menu you can manage the equipment you decide to receive
streaming from, in mode Unicast.
You can move through the list with the buttons
.
Pressing the Red button you can delete a host from the list.
With the Yellow key a new window will appear where you will be able to
add a new host.
At IP Address introduce the IP address of the sender device.
Every device in the network should have a different IP Address and it is
highly recommended that all of them are in the same subnetwork and
with IP addresses into the following range:
10.x.x.x
172.16.0.0 – 172.31.255.255
192.168.x.x
At Port introduce the number of the port where the information will be
received. The port must be an even number in the range between 1024 –
65534.
You can move with buttons
and
.
With the Red button you will delete the last character.
Press OK to add the new host.
With the Green button you can edit the information of the selected host.
With the Blue button the receiver will not take into account the selected receiver when you carry out a search of IP
channels.
8.4. Backup
Here you can save and load personal backups.
Load Backup
This function load one backup from internal receiver memory.
Save Backup
This function saves one backup to the internal receiver memory.
This process overwrites whatever backup made before.
Delete Backup
This function deletes one backup in the internal receiver memory.
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9. The equipment of the receiver
9.1. Technical data
The features of a digital receiver depend only on a part of its hardware / electronic components.
A big part of the functions are made by the software.
General
Reference
Code
Reception range
Memory places
OSD Language
Codes for remote control
Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
Integrated tele text decoder
Memory for tele text
Data connections
MAX IP90
0710020
IPTV
5000
English, German, French, Spanish, Italian,
Portuguese
3
Yes
Yes
800 pages
RS-232
VIDEO
Decoding
Bit Rate
Output
Screen format
Resolution
Connections
MPEG-2 & MEPG-1 compatible
Max 15Mbps
NTSC / SECAM / PAL
4:3 / 16:9 / Auto
720X480 @ 30fps; 720X576 @ 25fps
Scart or RCA
AUDIO
Decoding
Sampling rate
Connections
MPEG-2/MEPG-1 layer 1&2
32 / 44,1 / 48
RCA, AC3 coaxial
NETWORK
Network Interface
Network Protocols (over IP v4)
Input Max Bitrate
DIVERS
Power supply
Power consumption
Operation temperature
Size (B×T×H)
Weight
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10/100 (RJ45) half/full duplex, auto negotiate
UDP/RTP
SAP/SDP
TCP
IGMP v1, v2
9.4 Mbps
90~260VAC 50Hz~60Hz
Typ. 8 watts / Máx. 10 watts
+5° to +40°
280x195x60 mm
1.3Kg
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