CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD User`s Manual
CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD
User’s Manual
CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD User’s Manual
DIRECTORY
Chapter 1 Product Outline ............................................................................ 1
1.1 Outline .................................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Features.................................................................................................................. 2
1.3 Specifications ......................................................................................................... 2
1.4 Principle Chart ........................................................................................................ 4
1.5 Appearance and description................................................................................... 4
Chapter 2 Installation Guide ......................................................................... 6
2.1 Acquisition Check ................................................................................................... 6
2.2 Installation Preparation........................................................................................... 6
2.3 Wire’s Connection .................................................................................................. 8
2.4 Signal Cable Connection ........................................................................................ 9
Chapter 3 Operation .................................................................................... 14
3.1 Main Interface ....................................................................................................... 14
3.2 General Setting..................................................................................................... 15
Chapter 4 NMS Setting ................................................................................ 26
4.1 Installation ............................................................................................................ 26
4.2 Software Operation .............................................................................................. 26
4.3 CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD NMS Operation .................................................................. 32
4.4 Other Settings....................................................................................................... 54
Chapter 5 Troubleshooting ......................................................................... 58
Chapter 6 Packing List ................................................................................ 59
Chapter 1 Product Outline
1.1 Outline
This CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD is our new design IRD with video monitor LCD
equipped on the front panel. It can receive TS signals from tuner (DVB-S/S2,
DVB-T, ISDB-T, and DVB-C optional), ASI and IP sources. After multiplexing
and de-encryption with CAM module, then give it to ASI, IP (MPTS and SPTS)
as well as various interface video/audio output. With the CAM slot support, it
can support one channel (Tuner, ASI or IP) de-scrambling and give
transparent signal output. User can operate the device by using front panel
LCD or NMS software. Moreover, user can choose to have an optional ASI
output interface which can pass through the encryption data source directly
from tuner.
1.2 Features

Support DVB-C/DVB-S/ DVB-S2/DVB-T/ ISDB-T RF Input

Support 1 RF, 1 ASI, and 1 IP (100M) input

Support 2 channels ASI output and MPTS/32 SPTS IP output

Support tuner pass through to ASI output

Multiple Video and Audio format output

Support H.264 and MPEG2 decoding

LCD display on the front panel

Unicast and multicast support

Support NMS over SNMP
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1.3 Specifications
Input
Multiplexing
DVB-CI Parameters
1 RF input(DVB-C/DVB-S/ DVB-S2/ DVB-T/ISDB-T optional
1 ASI input(support 188/204 package format
1 IP input (100Mbps)
Support 256 PID mapping per channel(automatically or manually)
PCR accurate adjusting
Generate PSI/SI table automatically
Descrambler
DVB-CSA
Smart Card interface
ISO7816
Interface Card Separation
PCMCIA
CVBS×1 (BNC)
[email protected] fps, [email protected] fps
YPbPr×1 (BNC)
[email protected] 25, 29.97, 30 fps
720p @ 50 59.94 fps
SDI×1 (BNC)
[email protected], 29.97, 30 fps;
720p @ 50 59.94 fps
[email protected] fps [email protected] fps
HDMI×1
[email protected], 29.97, 30 fps;
720p @ 50 59.94 fps
Stereo unbalanced audio
BNC interface
Stereo balanced audio
XLR interface
Digital audio
SPDIF
Video output
Audio Output
2 ASI output(after multiplexer)
TS Output
2 ASI output(Tuner input pass-through)
1 IP MPTS output(100M port)
32 IP SPTS output(1000M Port)
Support front panel and network management software(NMS)
System
English and Chinese interface conversion
Ethernet software upgrade
General
Dimensions ( L×W×H)
Approx weight
Power
Temperature range
482mm×455mm×44.5mm
3.2kg
<20W(Max)
0~45℃ (Operation); -20℃~80℃ (Storage)
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DVB-C
47MHZ~860MHZ, 16/32/64/128/256 QAM
950MHZ~2150MHZ
Symbol Rate: 2~45Mbauds
DVB-S
DVB-T
146MHZ~862MHZ
Bandwidth: 6/7/8 M
DVB-S2
950MHZ~2150MHZ
Symbol Rate: QPSK 1~45Mbauds
8PSK 1-30Mbauds
ISDB-T
153MHZ~862MHZ
Bandwidth: 6/7/8 M
RF Input
Demodulation Range
1.4 Principle Chart
1.5 Appearance and description
Front Panel Illustration:
Indicators area: All the indicators will light on when the CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD
works at its current mode.
1
LCD Display
2
Indicators Area
4
3
Up/Down/Left/Right Buttons
4
Enter Key
5
Menu Key
6
Lock Key
7
LCD Monitor
8
Switch Button
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PCMCIA interface
Rear Panel Illustration
1
Loop Out Interface
2
RF IN Interface
3
IP IN/OUT Interface
4
ASI IN Interface
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ASI Out1 and ASI Out2 Interface: Output multiplexed or
separated TS Stream from tuner, ASI and IP.
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ASI Out3 and ASI Out4 Interface: Output Single TS Stream from
tuner.
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HDSDI-OUT Interface: HD/SD digital parallel output interface
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USB interface: Software updating.
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HDMI Output Interface
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SPDIF: Digital audio output interface
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CVBS: Composite video and audio output interface
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Audio (L/R channel) output interface
YPbPr: Audio and Video component output interface
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NMS Ethernet Port(10-100Mbps)
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Balance audio output interface
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Integrated power switch and socket
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Grounding Wire
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Chapter 2 Installation Guide
2.1 Acquisition Check
When user opens the package of the device, it is necessary to check items
according to packing list. Normally it should include the following items:

CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD
1pcs

User’s Manual
1pcs

ASI Cable
1pcs

Power Cord
1pcs
If any item is missing or mismatching with the list above, please
contact our company.
2.2 Installation Preparation
When users install device, please follow the below steps. The details of
installation will be described at the rest part of this chapter. Users can also
refer rear panel chart during the installation.
The main content of this chapter including:

Checking the possible device missing or damage during the
transportation

Preparing relevant environment for installation

Installing modulator

Connecting signal cables

Connecting communication port (if it is necessary)
2.2.1 Device's Installation Flow Chart Illustrated as following:
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Acquisition
Check
Fixing
Device
Connecting
Grouding
Wire and
Power
Cord
Connecting
Signal Wire
Setting
Parameter
Running
Device
2.2.2 Environment Requirement
Item
Requirement
Machine Hall Space
When user installs machine frame array in one
machine hall, the distance between 2 rows of machine
frames should be 1.2~1.5m and the distance against
wall should be no less than 0.8m.
Electric Isolation, Dust Free
Machine Hall Floor
Volume resistivity of ground anti-static material:
1X107~1X1010,Grounding current limiting resistance:
1M (Floor bearing should be greater than 450Kg/㎡)
Environment
Temperature
5~40℃(sustainable ),0~45℃(short time),
Relative Humidity
20%~80% sustainable 10%~90% short time
Pressure
86~105KPa
Door & Window
Installing rubber strip for sealing door-gaps and dual
level glasses for window
Wall
It can be covered with wallpaper, or brightness less
paint.
Fire Protection
Fire alarm system and extinguisher
Power
Requiring device power, air-conditioning power and
lighting power are independent to each other. Device
power requires AC power 100-240V 50-60Hz. Please
carefully check before running.
installing air-conditioning is recommended
2.2.3 Grounding Requirement

All function modules’ good grounding is the basis of reliability and
stability of devices. Also, they are the most important guarantee of
lightning arresting and interference rejection. Therefore, the system must
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follow this rule.

Coaxial cables outer conductor and isolation layer should keep proper
electric conducting with the metal housing of device.

Grounding conductor must adopt copper conductor in order to reduce
high frequency impedance, and the grounding wire must be as thick and
short as possible.

Users should make sure the 2 ends of grounding wire well electric
conducted and be antirust.

It is prohibited to use any other device as part of grounding electric
circuit

The area of the conduction between grounding wire and device’s frame
should be no less than 25mm2.
2.2.4 Frame Grounding
All the machine frames should be connected with protective copper strip. The
grounding wire should be as short as possible and avoid circling. The area of
the conduction between grounding wire and grounding strip should be no less
than 25mm2.
2.2.5 Device Grounding
Connecting the device’s grounding rod to frame’s grounding pole with copper
wire.
2.3 Wire’s Connection
The grounding wire conductive screw is located at the right end of rear panel,
and the power switch, fuse, power supply socket is just beside ,whose order
goes like this, power switch is on the left ,power supply socket is on the right
and the fuse is just between them.
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
Connecting Power Cord
User can insert one end into power supply socket, while insert the other
end to AC power.

Connecting Grounding Wire
When the device solely connects to protective ground, it should adopt
independent way, say, share the same ground with other devices. When
the device adopts united way, the grounding resistance should be smaller
than 1Ω.
Caution:
Before connecting power cord to CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD, user should set
the power switch to “OFF”.
2.4 Signal Cable Connection
The signal connections include the connection of input signal cable and the
connection of output signal cable. The details are as follows:
2.4.1 CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD Cables Illustration:
 IP Input Cable Illustration:
 HDMI Cable Illustration
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 XLR Interface Cable Illustration:
 RF In and Loop Out Cable Illustration:
 Component Output, CVBS Output and Sound Channel
Output Cable Illustration:
 ASI Input and Output Cable Illustration:
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2.4.2 CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD Satellite Receiver Signal Cable
Connection Illustration:
 RF IN and LOOP OUT Connection Illustration:
Users can find the RF IN and LOOP OUT interface on the device according to
the connector mark described on the rear panel illustration, and then connect
the cable. One end is connected to the RF IN interface of satellite receiver
while the other end is connected to the satellite signal source equipment or
LOOP OUT interface of the previous satellite receiver when several satellite
receivers are series connection. As follows:
 ASI IN and ASI OUT Connection Illustration:
Users can find the ASI IN and ASI OUT interface on the device according to
the connector mark described on the rear panel illustration, and then connect
the cable. One end is connected to ASI IN interface of the CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD,
the other end is connected to any device that has ASI output, while when
connected ASI OUT interface, the other end of the wire is generally
connected to encoder and multiplexer. As follows:
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 Component Output, CVBS Output and Sound Channel
Output Connection Illustration:
Users can find the YPbPr, CVBS and Left/Right sound channel interface on
the device according to the connector mark described on the rear panel
illustration, and then connect the cable. The other end of the wire is
connected to encoders.
 HDMI Output Connection Illustration:
Users can find the HDMI interface on the device according to the
connector mark described on the rear panel illustration, and then connect
the wire. One end of the wire is connected to the HDMI output interface
of the CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD, while the other end of the wire is connected to
encoder or other equipment. As follows:
 IP Output Connection Illustration:
Users can find the IP OUTPUT interface on the device according to the
connector mark described on the rear panel illustration, and then connect
the wire. One end of the wire is connected to the IP output interface of
the CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD, the other end of the wire is connected to devices
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with IP INPUT. As follows:
 XLR Output Connection Illustration:
Users can find the XLR interface on the device according to the connector
mark described on the rear panel illustration, and then connect the wire. One
end of the wire is connected to the XLR output interface of the CBS-IP-IRDS2-LCD, the other end of the wire is connected to IP encoder. As follows:
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Chapter 3 Operation
The front panel of CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD is the user-operating interface and the
equipment can be conveniently operated and used by user according to the
procedures displayed on the LCD; the simple using method for the machine is
as follows:
Keyboard Function Description:
MENU: Cancel current entered value, resume previous setting; Return to
previous menu.
ENTER: Activate the parameters which need modifications, or confirm
the change after modification.
LEFT/RIGHT: Choose and set the parameters.
UP/DOWN: Modify activated parameter or paging up/down when
parameter is inactivated.
LOCK: Lock the screen/cancel the lock state. After pressing the lock key,
the LCD will display the current configuring state.
3.1 Main Interface
After switching on the IRD and pressing the “LOCK” key on the front panel to
enter to the main menu, the LCD will display the following pages:
1. Input Setting
2. Output Setting
3. Decoder Setting
4. Descramble Set
5. Network Setting
6. Saving Config
7. Loading Config
8. Version
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3.2 General Setting
User could do all the settings according to the 8 directions displayed on the
LCD.
3.2.1 Input Setting
User can press “Enter” key to enter into the menu of the input setting.
1.1 Tuner (DVB-S2)
1.2 ASI
1.3 IP
3.2.1.1 Tuner In
Here we take 1.1 Tuner (DVB-S2) signal in as an example:
The page menu from 1.1 to 1.3 represents the tuner, ASI and IP input ports
of the IRD. User can multiplex the input programs from any port to output
any program or all the programs at the same time. By pressing the “Enter”
key, the device will take a while to analyze the input TS or signal and then
display the program list at the submenu, say, 1.1.1-1.1.6
1.1.1 Prog Parse
1.1.2 Sat freq Set
1.1.3 LNB freq Set
1.1.4 Symbol rate
1.1.5 LNB Voltage
1.1.6 22KHZ Switch
By pressing the “Enter” key to enter the submenu of 1.1.1
1.1.1 Prog Parse
Prog:00
Mux:00
At the submenu 1.1.1, It displays the quantity of total parsed programs and
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and multiplexed programs.
User also could check and set the Satellite frequency, LNB frequency, Symbol
rate and LNB voltage in its corresponding submenu “1.1.2”, “1.1.3”, “1.1.4”,
“1.1.5”.
1.1.2 Sat freq Set
3150MHZ
1.1.3 LNB freq Set
5150MHZ
1.1.4 Symbol rate
17500KHZ
1.1.5 LNB Voltage
Horizonta(18v)
At the submenu 1.1.6, user can decide whether to turn on/off the 22 KHZ
Switch.
1.1.6 22KHZ Switch
OFF
ON
3.2.1.2 ASI IN
By pressing the “Enter” key, users can enter the submenu of 1.2.1.
1.2.1 Prog Parse
Prog:00
Mux:00
3.2.1.3 IP IN
By pressing the “Enter” key, it displays below page:
1.3.1 Prog Parse
1.3.2 Input Ip Addr
1.3.3 Input Port
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By pressing the “Enter” key to enter the submenu of 1.3.1, 1.3.2 and 1.3.3
respectively, it will display below pages:
1.3.1 Prog Parse
Prog:00
Mux:00
1.3.2 Input Ip Addr
224.002.002.002
1.3.3 Input Port
1234
3.2.2 Output Setting
User can press “Enter” key to enter into below menu of the output setting.
2.1 Multiplex Set
2.2 Output Bitrate
2.3 Transtream ID
2.4 Original NetID
2.5 IP Output
3.2.2.1 Multiplex Set
User can enter to the menu 2.1 and select the way of outputting signals. By
pressing UP/DOWN key after pressing Enter key, user can see the four ways
of outputting the Signals in turn: ASI, IP, Tuner pass through and Mux.
2.1 Multiplex Set
Tuner Passthrough
2.1 Multiplex Set
ASI
2.1 Multiplex Set
IP
2.1 Multiplex Set
Mux
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3.2.2.2 Output Bitrate
By pressing the “Enter” key, users can enter the menu of 2.2.
2.2 Output Bitrate
060Mbps
3.2.2.3 Transtream ID
By pressing the “Enter” key, users can enter the menu of 2.3.
2.3 Transtream ID
00000
3.2.2.4 Original NetID
By pressing the “Enter” key, users can enter the menu of 2.4.
2.4 Original NetID
00000
3.2.2.5 IP Output
By pressing the “Enter” key, users can enter the menu of 2.5. It will display
below pages, user can set the output IP address, output port and decide
whether ouput the signals from IP port.
2.5.1 IP Out Enable
2.5.2 Out IP Addr
2.5.3 Out Port
2.5.1 IP Out Enable
ON
OFF
2.5.2 Out IP Addr
224.002.002.002
2.5.3 Out Port
1001
3.2.3 Decoder Setting
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User can press “Enter” key to enter into below menu of the decoder setting
and execute video setting, audio setting, program selecting, search and
decoder selecting.
3.1 Video Setting
3.2 Audio Setting
3.3 Program Select
3.4 Search
3.5 Decoder Select
3.2.3.1 Video Setting
After pressing enter key, user can enter the submenus: 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3,
3.1.4, 3.1.5, 3.1.6.
3.1.1 Resolution
Auto
By pressing UP/DOWN after entering above menu, user can see all the
options of resolution: [email protected], [email protected], 720P, 576P, 576I, 480I, 480P,
[email protected], [email protected]
3.1.2 Standard
PALBDGHI
By pressing UP/DOWN after entering above menu, user can see all the
options of standard.
3.1.3 Subtitle
OFF ON
3.1.4 CC Switch
OFF
ELA608
ELA708
3.1.5 Finger Switch
OFF
3.1.6 Aspect Ratio
16:9 FULL
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3.2.3.2 Audio Setting
User can enter into below submenu by pressing the “Enter” key. Then select
the audio, choose the ES mode (consists of stereo, left channel and right
channel), adjust the volume, select mode of Audio SPDIF and Audio channel.
3.2.1 Audio Select
3.2.2 ES Mode
3.2.3 Volume
3.2.4 Audio SPDIF
3.2.5 Audio Channel
3.2.1 Audio Select
eng
3.2.2 ES Mode
Stereo
3.2.3 Volume
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3.2.4 Audio SPDIF
Auto
3.2.5 Audio Channel
Auto
3.2.3.3 Program Select
Before entering this menu to select the programs, user should enter the
menu 3.5 and 3.4 in turn to find the programs.
3.3 Program Select
1 CCTV-1
By prssing UP/DOWN after above menu, all the searched programs will be
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displayed individually as below:
3.3 Program Select
2 CCTV-2
3.2.3.4 Search
The device will start searching the programs automatically after user select
the mode of decoding in the menu 3.5.
3.4 Search
Start Searching
3.2.3.5 Decoder Select
There are three ways of decoding: Tuner, ASI and IP. User can press
UP/DOWN to see the way individually after entering below menu.
3.5 Decoder Select
1 Tuner
3.2.4 Descramble Setting
User can press “Enter” key to enter into below menu of the descramble
setting. The detailed operation about the descramble function will be
explained on the NMS operation part (Chapter 4).
4.1 Card Setting
4.2 Biss
Two functions of descrambling,
each option works alone.
3.2.4.1 Card Setting
After enter the submenu of 4.1, it will display the following page:
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User can set the input signals here.
4.1.1 Input Select
4.1.2 A Card Info
4.1.3 B Card Info
4.1.4 Pro Select
4.1.5 CI Bitrate
If users don’t insert any card, after
entering the menu 4.1.2 and 4.1.3, it
will show “Empty” to indicate there is
no card information.
3.2.4.2 BISS
BISS is one of the descrambling functions which support two modes: mode 1
and mode E. And the application needs to be matched with BISS scrambler.
User can select the mode based on the kind of BISS scrambler.
4.2.1 Select Mode
4.2.2 Mode 1
4.2.3 Mode E
3.2.5 Network Setting
User can press “Enter” key to enter into below menu of the network setting.
5.1 IP Address
5.2 Subnet Mask
5.3 Gateway
5.4 MAC Address
5.5 Service IP
5.6 SPTS Net Config
3.2.5.1 IP Address
After entering 5.1, it will display the following page:
5.1 IP Address
192.168.002.136
3.2.5.2 Subnet Mask
After entering 5.2, it will display the following page:
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5.2 Subnet Mask
255.255.255.000
3.2.5.3 Gateway
After entering 5.3, it will display the following page:
5.3 Gateway
192.168.002.001
3.2.5.4 MAC Address
After entering 5.4, it will display the following page:
5.4 MAC Address
201205071337
3.2.5.5 Service IP
After entering 5.5, it will display the following page:
5.5 Service IP
192.168.003.137
3.2.5.6 SPTS Net Config
After entering 5.6, it will display the following page:
5.6.1 SPTS Config
5.6.2 SPTS IP Addr
5.6.3 SPTS Gateway
5.6.4 SPTS Enable
5.6.5 SPTS Para Prog
3.2.5.6.1 SPTS Config
After entering 5.6.1, it will display the following page:
5.6 Output Disable
Digital 1
By
pressing
UP/DOWN
button
after entering this interface, user
can see 32 programs in turn.
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User can select ON/OFF to output
Enable Select
ON
OFF
the program through GE port.
Device supports multicast under this
5.6.1 IP Addr Set
224.002.002.002
IP Address and unicast under the IP
Address 192.168.xxx.xxx
5.6.2 IP Port Set
1001
3.2.5.6.2 SPTS IP Address
After entering 5.6.2, it will display the following page:
5.6.2 SPTS IP Addr
192.168.012.138
3.2.5.6.3 SPTS Gateway
After entering 5.6.3, it will display the following page:
5.6.3 SPTS Gateway
192.168.012.075
3.2.5.6.4 SPTS Enable
After entering 5.6.4, it will display the following page:
5.6.4 SPTS Enable
ON OFF
User can turn ON/OFF button
to enable or disable the SPTS
output function.
3.2.5.6.5 SPTS Para Prg
After entering 5.6.5 it will display the following page:
By pressing “Enter” key, users can parse
5.6.5 SPTS Para Prg
Analysis Finish ##
the programs to be outputted through GE
port.
3.2.6 Saving Config
User can choose “Yes” or “No” to save the current configuration parameters
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at this menu.
6 Saving Config?
Yes
No
3.2.7 Loading Config
User can restore the device into the last saved configuration by choosing the
menu 7.1”Saved Config”, and also user can restore the device into factory
default configuration by choosing the menu 7.2”Default Config”.
7.1 Saved Config
7.2 Default Config
7.1 Saved Config ?
Yes
No
7.2 Default Config ?
Yes
No
3.2.8 Version
User can check the device’s hardware version and software version at this
submenu:
SW 3.05
Electronic
HW 1.00
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Chapter 4 NMS Setting
Network Management System Profile
Network management system is applied to digital TV equipment operation,
control, management and parameters setting, etc. It centralizes digital TV
equipment through network.
4.1 Installation
The software doesn’t need special installation. User can just copy “Network
Management Software X.XXY.exe” to the specified directory (X.XX is version
number, Y represents language. For example: the version number of network
management software 4.01E.exe is 4.01 English version) or place different
versions of network management software to the same directory. When the
network management software is running, it will generate two documents as
follows:

Network management software X.XXY.log (It preserves the log file.)

Info. Bin (It’s the user configuration data.)
4.2 Software Operation
4.2.1 Login Interface
A login interface will pop up firstly when the software is running and give
user prompts to input user name and password (The default user name is
admin and no password. User can add users and passwords as needed.
Details please refer to 4.4.3 in 4.4 Other Settings.). The menu shows as
follows:
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User can login the NMS by pressing OK key after inputting user name. Upon
the inputs, the software will verify them with database record automatically
and the main interface will appear.
4.2.2 Main Interface
User can create a device node tree in the left column by adding, modifying
and deleting the device node. This software provides a powerful node
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operation function, and the user can edit various parameters in the device
tree for management and classification.
4.2.3 Adding Frequency Point
The Add Freq Point dialog box popes up when the user clicks the Add Main
Freq Point item in the Edit pull down menu on the menu row. User can also
click right mouse key to pop up the short-cut menu in device tree or in the
left blank column, then the Add Freq Point dialog box popes up by choosing
Add Main Freq Point. The device will confirm the given frequency while
user clicks OK.
4.2.4 Adding Equipment under Given Frequency Point
User should choose the frequency point in advance, and then the dialog box
of Add Equipment will pop up when user clicks Add Equipment item in the
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Edit pull-down menu on the menu row or clicks right mouse key to pop up
the short-cut menu in device tree or in the left blank column, then the Add
Equipment dialog box will pops up after user choose Add Equipment.
4.2.5 Edit Equipment Interface
User should follow the steps as below:

Input the device IP Address

Input the device Port Number

Input the Equipment Name

Choose the connected equipment type in drop down list of “Equipment
Type” by clicking the “▼” or click “?” button to auto search.
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The device will confirm the equipment when user clicks OK, and the light
turns green if it links the equipment successfully.
NOTE:
The
default
IP
address
of
CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD
is
192.168.2.136, you can also check it in the front panel of device in
case the IP changed unexpected.
The PC IP address and device IP address should be in the same
network. For example the Device IP is 192.168.2.1. Submask is
255.255.255.0.
So
the
PC
IP
address
should
be
192.168.2.X
(1<X<255), submask is 255.255.255.0.
4.2.6 Delete Equipment
User can select the equipment to be deleted in the left column, then click the
“delete” item in the pull down menu which appears by clicking the right
mouse key.
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4.2.7 Save Configuration
After finishing all the parameters setting, user can click
button
on the toolbar to save the modifications permanently to the device’s flash.
When running the network management system next time, user can reload
the saved parameters from device’s flash and refresh the device’s parameters
setting according to the loaded values by clicking
and there is
no need to reset the parameters once again, which is a very effective way for
user to operate this system.
Alternatively, user can also click the
button on the toolbar to
popup the “save file” dialog box, which gives prompts to save all the device’s
parameters as binary files in the computer’s hard disk.
Similarly, user can choose to click the
button on the toolbar to
popup the read file dialog box, to read the stored binary file and set the
device’s parameters according to the loaded binary files.
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4.3 CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD NMS Operation
4.3.1 Input Setting
Before executing the input setting, user should select the output mode firstly.
After selecting the output mode, user should click
current
parameters.
Then
click
to
to make the
save
the
parameters
permanently to the device’s flash.
According to the output mode, user can decide which signals will be inputted
and then do the input setting. There are four output modes: Mux, Tuner
Passthrough, ASI Passthrough, IP Passthrough.
Mux: multiplexing all the signals from IP, ASI and Tuner sources.
Tuner passthrough: only signals from tuner source.
ASI passthrough: only signals from ASI source.
IP Passthrough: only signals from IP source.
Get: reading the current device’s activating parameters and show them on
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NMS software.
Set: making the current parameters, which show in the NMS software,
activate.
Search: searching the program based on the current parameters.
Let’s take output mode as “Mux” for example, user need to set the ASI, IP
and Tuner inputs. The detailed operations will be found in 4.3.1.1, 4.3.1.2
and 4.3.1.4.
4.3.1.1 Tuner (DVB-S/S2) Setting
After entering below interface, user can set the tuner parameters. User can
click
to read the current device’s activating parameters. Then click
to make the current parameters.
4.3.1.1.1 Downlink Frequency
The downlink frequency is decided by satellite. Users can search the satellite
frequency on website. Normally the satellite frequency is fixed. If there is any
change about it, there will be notifications on the website.
4.3.1.1.2 Symbol Rate
The DVB-S/-S2 symbol rate ranges from 1Msymbol/s to 45 Msymbol/s.
4.3.1.1.3 Polarization
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The Polarization can be vertical (13V) and horizontal (18V)
4.3.1.1.4 22 KHz
By switching “ON” and “OFF” on the pull-down list, users can switch the
satellite which provides signal input.
4.3.1.1.5 LNB Frequency
Users have four LNB frequency choices: 5150MHz, 9750 MHz, 10600 MHz
and 11300 MHz. Users should select one of them to input. Before inputting,
users should select one LNB frequency from the four choices and minus the
satellite frequency. If the result does not locate in range 950MHz~2150MHz,
then users should select another one to make calculation. If the result locates
in range 950MHz~2150MHz, then the selected LNB frequency is the right
choice selected and it can be input here.
4.3.1.2 IP Setting
After entering below interface, user can set the Input IP Address and Port.
The Input IP Address and Input port should be matched with the IP source
device. Once done, please click
then click
to make the current parameters and
to save the parameters permanently to the device’s
flash.
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4.3.1.3 ASI Setting
User can do the ASI setting simply by connecting the ASI cable to the device.
There is no other setting in the NMS part.
4.3.2 Mux
If all the TS are free to air, after finishing the input setting, user can enter
the “Mux” part to multiplex and output the programs, otherwise, user needs
to descramble the TS firstly.
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The input program information in the left column represents all input
programs and where they are come from, while the output program
information in the right column represents the output programs and where
they are come from. User can parse the programs of each signal source and
multiplex those programs to the output. Moreover, user can modify the
output programs’ Program Name, PMT, PCR, video, audio PID.
4.3.2.1 Timeout
User can set the input refresh time in this blank.
4.3.2.2 Refresh input
Initially, system would not show any programs at any port. Tuner, ASI and IP
are the three signal sources. All the input programs can be parsed from
Tuner, ASI and IP respectively and displayed on the left frame. For example,
if user wants to parse the program information from tuner, he/she can
choose the tuner firstly, and then click
to parse the program.
About few seconds later, the programs’ information will be displayed in the
left frame. Sometimes, it will take a long time to parse the programs, if the
programs of input TS are very complicated. The “time-out” fields decide what
time the device will give up parsing programs if the analyzing process hasn’t
finished yet. The methods of parsing programs from ASI and IP are the
same.
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4.3.2.3 Refresh output
User can get the output program list and from which they come.
4.3.2.4 Select Program
User can select the program from input port and click button
to send
it to output. The methods of operation are as following:
First, pitch on the programs which need to be multiplexed by clicking the
programs in the left column.
Second, Click
button. And then the selected program will be
multiplexed to the output TS.
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4.3.2.5 Cancel Program
User can delete the selected program from output TS by clicking
.
4.3.2.6 Modify Program
User can trigger a window to modify the program’s properties and attributes.
In case user intends to customize the details of the programs, user can select
the target program and click Modify Program button
between the 2
frames, then the modify interface pops out as shown above. User can select
the item to be modified and input new information in the corresponding box
below. To prosper the modification, please click the Set botton
right corner, and then Modify botton
at
at left corner. The modified
programs are displayed in the right box and an illustration for reference is as
follows:
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After modifying, user can see the program name has been updated in the
target program as below:
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4.3.3 Descramble Setting
There are two functions of descrambling: Card and Biss. Each function works
alone. User can decide to choose which function to descramble the programs
based on the former source’s scrambling type.
Before executing the descramble functions, user should select the signal
source first. Then click
to make the current parameters. The signal
source may be tuner, ASI and IP. Usually, the signal comes from tuner
source are scrambled. Here, let’s take it for example.
If there is no card
inserting into the
PCMCIA interface, it
will show “empty” in
this blank.
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4.3.3.1 Card
After user inserting the card into the PCMCIA interface and enter below
interface, please click
to read the current device’s activating
parameters. All the programs will be displayed in this interface as below:
After clicking
button, user can enter to below interface to select the
card.
From above box, user can see they are three choices of card selecting:
Unselected, CARD A and CARD B.
If users select “No-selected” button, it means users do not select any card
for descrambling
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If users select “CARD-A” button, the device will descramble programs
through card A
If users select “CARD-B” button, the device will descramble programs
through card B
Let’s select Card-A for illustration. After clicking
button, Card-A will
displayed in below interface.
4.3.3.2 Biss
The BISS descrambling function application needs to be matched with BISS
scrambler. The BISS window is showed as follows:
The CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD BISS descrambling support two modes: “Mode 1”
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and “Mode E”. Users can select one of the two modes in the drop down list,
which shows as below:
4.3.3.2.1 Mode 1
Under Mode 1, the BISS scrambler applies scrambling by a fixed Control
Word (CW), derived from a clear SW (Session Word). In Mode 1, a fixed 12character SW is inserted in the scrambler. The 64-bit CW is derived from the
SW according to DVB-CSA specification.
Users can select Mode 1 in the drop-down menu, and then input the
descrambler key. The descrambler key consists of 12 characters from 0, 1, 2,
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, A, B, C, D, E, and F. The IRD descrambler key equals SW
Data on the BISS scrambler side.
After input the descrambler key, users should press “Set” to initial
descrambling. A few seconds later, the programs will be descrambled.
4.3.3.2.2 Mode E
Under Mode E, the BISS scrambler completes scrambling through ESW value
and ID Select. The ESW value equals Descrambler key on the IRD side,
while the ID Select equals Burned Key on IRD side. The BISS scrambler ID
Select has two options: Device and Input. If Users choose Device, the Burned
Key needs to be selected when descrambling, while if users choose Input and
set Input data, on IRD side, users do not need to select Burned Key and
input the Input data as SK.
Under Mode E, users can select Burned Key option or not. Under Mode E, the
device will calculate a new date which works as descrambling key. The new
data is created by Descrambling Key (refers ESW on scrambler side) and
Burned Key (Input or Device mode on the scrambler side). If users select
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Burned Key, it corresponds to the Device mode selected on scrambler side;
while if Burned Key unselected, it corresponds to Input mode on scrambler
side. The Input data is SK on the IRD. User can input the SK in the column
as showed:
4.3.3.2.3 Mode E (Burned Key option unselected)
After selecting Mode E and Burned Key unselected, users should input the 16
figures Descrambler Key and 14 characters SK (the SK data refers to the
Input Data on scrambler side). Users should choose the characters from 0,
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, A, B, C, D, E, and F. Lastly users press “Set” to initial
descrambling. A few seconds later, the programs will be descrambled.
Note: Under this mode, after inputting the Descrambler Key and SK, it will
work out a new data, which can be seen as the SW in Mode 1. The new data
resulted from Descrambler Key and SK implements descrambling function.
4.3.3.2.4 Mode E (Burned Key option selected)
After selecting Mode E and Burned Key, users should input the 16 figures
Descrambler Key (named ESW on scrambler side). Users should choose the
characters from 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9, A, B, C, D, E, and F. Under
this mode, SK cannot be input in the column, as the data which works with
ESW has been embedded inside the device after users select Burned Key
(which refers that users choose Device mode on the scrambler side). Lastly
users press “Set” to initial descrambling. A few seconds later, the programs
will be descrambled.
Note: The Burned Key is embedded in the device and it is solely controlled by
the device supplier.
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4.3.4 Transmit
The transmit part is actually the PID Pass. Under some circumstances, there
are certain PIDS which don’t belong to any program, but user wants to pass
them through the multiplexing module without any data missing or changing.
This is the main purpose of this function.
The display will show as below when user clocks “Add” button.
The source channel of
PIDs to be bypassed
The value of PID source
The value of output PID
which has been bypassed
In this interface, user can input and check the source of PIDs in the first box,
the value of PIDs source in the second box and value of outputting PIDs
which has been bypassed. Clicking “OK”, user can return to the interface
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shown as below and proceed to other operations through buttons listed
beside.
4.3.5 MPTS Output Setting
The device can output MPTS through FE port in the rear panel. User just
needs to set the output IP address and port in below interface.
Attention:
The output IP
can be enabled
by selecting
the √.
4.3.6 SPTS Output Setting
The device can output SPTS through GE port in the rear panel. User can enter
below interface to prosper the SPTS output setting.
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The ways are as following:
First, click
to parse the programs to make it show in the blank frame.
The interface will show below:
CBS-IP-IRD-S2LCD
supports
32xSPTS IP output.
Hence, user can
parse 32 programs
here.
Second, enable SPTS output function by clicking √ in the interface and click
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Third, click
and change enable status for each program in the pop up
dialogue by selecting ON/OFF, Then click
IP address can be changed to
192.168.xxx.xxx
to
unicast
the
programs.
As CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD
supports both unicast and multicast, it
will multicast the programs under the
current IP Address.
Finally, user can see the updated enable status in below interface.
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4.3.7 Decoder Setting
User can go on decoder selecting, program searching, program selecting,
audio setting and video setting in below interface.
4.3.7.1 Decoder Select
There are three choices in the decoder selecting part: Tuner, ASI and IP.
User can select each source and click
parameters.
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to make the current
4.3.7.2 Search
After selecting the signal source, click
to search the programs.
Progress bar
4.3.7.3 Program Select
All the searched programs will be displayed in the pull down list beside the
“program select” in below interface and click
parameters.
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to make the current
4.3.7.4 Audio Setting
User can select the audio, choose the ES mode (consists of stereo, left
channel, right channel), adjust the volume, select mode of Audio SPDIF and
Audio channel in below interface.
4.3.7.5 Video Setting
User can select the resolution, standard, aspect ratio and turn on/off the
subtitle, cc switch, finger switch in below interface.
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4.3.8 IP Modification
Users can click Operate and select Modify IP in the drop down list, and a
dialog box presents itself as shown below. Users input the new NMS IP
Address for the device and click OK button to confirm.
Users can note the indicator light turns red, which signifies the equipment is
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disconnected. Users can click right mouse key to pop up the short-cut menu
in device tree by inputting the new IP to re-connect the equipment.
Users can refer to the indicator light to see the connection state. If it is
green, then the device is successfully connected.
4.4 Other Settings
4.4.1 Difference between Set and Remote Save
In many cases during the configuration of parameters in NMS, users save the
modified configuration by clicking “Set”, in which way the configuration can
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only be saved temporarily and will restore the last saved configuration if the
device reboots. To save the configuration permanently, it is required to
operate through “Remote Save” on the toolbar explained in 4.2.7.
This is the difference between “Set” and “Remote Save”.
4.4.2 IP Modification
Users can click Operate and select Modify IP in the drop down list, and a
dialog box presents itself as shown below. Users input the new NMS IP
Address for the device and click Modify button to confirm.
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Users can note the indicator light turns red (see below), which signifies the
equipment has disconnected. Users then can refer to below prompts to edit
the property by inputting the new IP to re-connect the equipment.
After finishing all the parameters setting, user should click
button on the toolbar to save the modifications to the device’s flash.
4.4.3 User Add
When logging in, user will note that the default user name is admin and no
password. User can add users and passwords as needed.
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User clicking “Setting” in the menu bar and selecting “User Setting” in the
pull-down list, the below dialog box will pop out as shown below. Select the
“Edit Information” by marking the check box with “√”, user can input the new
username and new password as prompts below. It is required to click
to add the new user and then click
setting.
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to save the new
Chapter 5 Troubleshooting
Our
ISO9001
quality
assurance
system
has
been
approved
by
CQC
organization. For guarantee the products’ quality, reliability and stability. All
products have been passed the testing and inspection before ship out factory.
The testing and inspection scheme already covers all the Optical, Electronic
and Mechanical criteria which have been published by us. To prevent potential
hazard, please strictly follow the operation conditions.
Prevention Measure

Installing the device at the place in which environment temperature
between 0 to 45 °C

Making sure good ventilation for the heat-sink on the rear panel and other
heat-sink bores if necessary

Checking the input AC voltage within the power supply working range and
the connection is correct before switching on device

Checking the RF output level varies within tolerant range if it is necessary

Checking all signal cables have been properly connected

Frequently switching on/off device is prohibited; the interval between
every switching on/off must greater than 10 seconds.
Conditions need to unplug power cord







Power cord or socket damaged.
Any liquid flowed into device.
Any stuff causes circuit short
Device in damp environment
Device was suffered from physical damage
Longtime idle.
After switching on and restoring to factory setting, device still cannot work
properly.

Maintenance needed
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Chapter 6 Packing List
CBS-IP-IRD-S2-LCD
1 piece
User’s Manual
1 piece
Power Plug for AC Input
1 piece
ASI Wire
1 piece
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