Assembly Instructions English

Assembly Instructions English
Head-End Station
KLASSE
STC 1200
A
CLASS
English
Assembly Instructions
Grundig SAT Systems
GSS
Grundig SAT Systems GmbH
Beuthener Strasse 43
D-90471 Nuremberg
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Internet:
+49 (0) 911 / 703 8877
+49 (0) 911 / 703 9210
[email protected]
http://www.gss.tv
Contents
1 Notes about safety and hazards.................................................................................3
2 General information...................................................................................................4
2.1 Meaning of the symbols used........................................................................4
2.2 Scope of delivery........................................................................................4
2.3 Available accessories..................................................................................4
2.4 Technical data............................................................................................5
2.5 Description.................................................................................................6
3 Overview...................................................................................................................8
3.1 Front cover.................................................................................................8
3.2 Connectors and components.........................................................................8
3.3 Control unit...............................................................................................10
4 Installing the head-end station.................................................................................. 11
4.1 Remove front cover.................................................................................... 11
4.2 EMC regulations........................................................................................ 11
4.3 Mounting the head-end station.................................................................... 12
5 Installing a cassette.................................................................................................. 13
6 Power supply........................................................................................................... 14
6.1 SAT IF input distributor...............................................................................14
6.2 Hybrid amplifier........................................................................................14
6.3 Connecting peripheral devices....................................................................14
7 Connecting the head-end station............................................................................... 15
7.1 Potential equalisation.................................................................................15
7.2 Connecting the SAT IF input distributor.........................................................15
7.3 Connecting HF output of the head-end station...............................................16
7.4 Mains connection...................................................................................... 17
8 Setting the contrast of the display............................................................................. 17
9 The control panel at a glance.................................................................................... 18
10 Updating the software of the control unit.................................................................. 19
10.1 Updating software via PC..........................................................................19
10.2 Updating the software via second control unit...............................................19
11 Programming........................................................................................................... 21
11.1 Preparation............................................................................................... 21
11.2 Programming procedure............................................................................. 21
11.2.1 Message after temperature exceeding..............................................22
11.3 Programming the head-end station .............................................................23
11.3.1 Programming the head-end station (following excess temperature)........29
12 Final procedures......................................................................................................30
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1
Notes about safety and hazards
• Observe the relevant VDE regulations.
• If the power cord needs to be replaced, only use an OEM power cord.
• Only replace fuses with fuses of the same type, and which also have the
same cut-off characteristics.
• Earth the receiving system according to DIN EN 50083-1 / 60728-11.
• Before starting installation or service work disconnect the receiving system from mains.
• Do not perform installation and service work during thunderstorms.
• Assembly, installation and servicing must be carried out by an authorised
electrician.
• Install the head-end station
- in a dry, dust-free environment
- in such a manner that it is protected from moisture, fumes, splashing
water and dampness
- where it is protected from direct exposure to sunlight
- on a vibration-free wall or floor construction
- not within the immediate vicinity of heat sources
• The head-end station should only be installed in a room where the permissible ambient temperature range (–20 °C and +50 °C ) can be maintained, even during fluctuations in climatic conditions.
• Ensure that the head-end station is adequately ventilated.
• Do not cover the ventilation openings!
• Make sure there is a minimum space
- at wall mounting min. 20 cm sideways, above and below
- at mounting in a shelf / cabinet min. 20 cm sideways and above and
min. 10 cm behind.
• To avoid too strong heating of the head-end stations it is not admissible
to mount them one upon the other without using thermic precautions (e.g.
permanently air recirculation, heat deflectors etc.).
• Do not install the head end in cabinets or recesses which are not ventilated.
• If additional fans are to be used to circulate the air, ensure that the system
will be shut down (disconnected from mains) should any one of the fans fail.
• Do not place any vessels containing liquids on the head-end station.
• Due to the risk of fires caused by lightning strikes, we recommend that all mechanical parts (e.g. distributor, equipotential bonding rail, etc.) be mounted
on a non-combustible base. Wood panelling, wooden beams, plastic covered panels and plastic panels are all examples of combustible bases.
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2
• Avoid short circuits!
• Observe the relevant standards, regulations and guidelines on the
installation and operation of antenna systems.
• To ensure electromagnetic compatibility, make sure all connections are
tight and that the covers are screwed on securely.
• No liability is accepted for damage caused by faulty connections or
inappropriate handling of the device.
• You can obtain additional information from the “Planning handbook”
brochure which can be found on the website “http://www.gss.tv” under
the “Service” category.
Electronic devices should never be disposed of in the household rubbish. In
accordance with directive 2002/96/EC of the European Parliament and
the European Council from January 27, 2003 which addresses old electronic and electrical devices, such devices must be disposed of at a designated collection facility. At the end of its service life, please take your
device to one of these public collection facilities for proper disposal.
General information
2.1 Meaning of the symbols used
Important note
—>
• Danger by electrical shock
General note
Performing works
2.2 Scope of delivery
1 STC 1200 head-end station (without cassettes)
1 Ferrite sleeve
1 CD (assembly instructions)
1 Brief assembly instructions
Mounting material
2.3 Available accessories
For cassettes and accessories see website “http://www.gss.tv”.
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2.4 Technical data
The requirements of the following EU directives are met:
2006/95/EC, 2004/108/EC
The product fulfils the guidelines and standards for CE labelling.
General
Cassette slots: Admissible ambient temperature:
Dimensions (W x H x D) [mm]: Weight (fully equipped): LNB operating voltage: Other operating voltage: Attenuation of shielding: RS 232 socket: SAT IF input distributor:
Data of one SAT IF input distributor
Frequency range:
SAT IF inputs: SAT IF loop-through output:
SAT IF outputs: Input / output impedance:
Decoupling of the outputs:
Loss D —> E (s. fig. 14):
Loop-through loss D —> C:
Loss B —> F:
Total loss with loop-through from
D to F:
LNB operating voltage: HF output collector
Input frequency range:
Control range of each input:
Control range of each output:
Input, output impedance:
12
–20 °C … +50 °C
approx. 700 x 383 x 315
approx. 30 kg
+18 V / ≤1 A total (short-circuit-proof)
+12 V / ≤1 A total (not short-circuit-proof,
use with appropriate external fuse only)
Class “A”
data interface for software update and
remote maintenance
quantity 3
950 … 2150 MHz
2 F sockets
1 F socket
10 F sockets
75 Ω
typ. 20 dB
9 … 14 dB
typ. 8 dB
9 … 12 dB
17 … 20 dB
+18 V / max. 1 A total
(1 A at one LNB connector,
0.5 A at two LNB connectors
0.25 A at four LNB connectors etc.)
45 … 862 MHz
0 … –25 dB (electronically)
0 … –6 dB (electronically)
75 Ω
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Return loss:
HF output:
Decoupling loss of the inputs:
typ. 14 dB
IEC connector
typ. 30 dB
Hybrid amplifier
Input frequency range:
Gain:
Output level
(CSOA ≤60 dB, 29 channels):
Input, output impedance: Operating voltage:
Current consumption:
HF output:
Measuring output:
Decoupling loss:
≤106 dBμV
75 Ω
+24 V
typ. 230 mA
F socket
IEC connector
typ. 20 dB
Power supply
Mains voltage:
Power consumption: 220–240V~, 50/60 Hz
max. 210 W
45 ... 862 MHz
typ. 24 dB
2.5 Description
The head-end station has a modular structure and can hold up to 12 Standard
cassettes. You can find a list of the current Standard cassettes at the website
“http://www.gss.tv”. This head-end station is designed exclusively for use with
cassettes of the Standard marketing programme. The various expansion options
for the head-end station allow for the installation of a wide range of broadband
cable systems.
Each of the three integrated SAT IF input distributors has two SAT IF inputs.
You can use them to distribute two reception levels over 4 or 6 outputs. Using
the loop-through output enables you to distribute reception level 1 over the 10
outputs for each SAT IF input distributor. The F sockets of both reception levels
are coloured.
Basic signal pattern:
B
C
F
D
E
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Unused loop-through outputs must be terminated with the resistors supplied.
The power supply in the head-end station is designed to supply power to components (e.g. LNBs) connected upstream. These are supplied via the SAT IF
input distributors’ input sockets with operating voltage (+18 V) at a total current
of max. 1 A.
In addition, the head-end station’s power supply unit can be used to supply
peripheral devices with voltage (+12 V / max. 1 A, with an external fuse).
The cassettes’ HF output signals are accumulated in a programmable HF output
collector and then directed to the HF output and to the test output via the downstream hybrid amplifier.
When the head-end station is shipped from the factory, the default setting for
the HF output level of the output collector is -3 dB. You can use the software of
the control unit to program the master output level of the head-end station.
The software version of the control unit appears on the two-line LC display after
switching on the head-end station. If the inner temperature of the head-end station exceeds the permissible temperature of 65 °C when operating, a message
appears in the display instead of the standby menu. This message contains the
maximum measured temperature and the number of the head-end station. The
display also supports dialogue guidance when programming the head-end station. Use the buttons of the control unit to program the head-end station. You
can also use the PSW 1000 software and the HRCU 8 management unit to
program the head-end station.
The RS 232 interface of the control unit enables you to use a PC or a notebook and the “BE-Flash” software to update the operating software of the
control unit. You can find the current operating software for the control unit,
the software “BE-Flash” and the current assembly instructions on the website
“http://www.gss.tv”.
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3
Overview
3.1 Front cover
1
2
Fig. 1
1 Front cover
2Lock
3.2 Connectors and components
Front view / side view (type label)
J
J
7
6
J
3
4
J
5
5
Fig. 2
3 Cassette slots 1 … 12
4Outputs of the SAT IF input distributors
5 Openings for cable terminals
6 HF measuring output (-20 dB)
7 Control unit
J Locators for the front cover
K Type label
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K
View from below
8
90 8 9 0 9
0 8
9
Fig. 3
8 SAT IF input distributors
9 Inputs of the SAT IF input distributors
0 SAT IF loop-through outputs
@
!
^
$
$#
$
%
Fig. 4
! HF output of the head-end station
@ Mains connector
# Distributor for LNB operating voltage
$Openings for cable terminals
%Earth connection terminal, connection for potential equalisation
^Aeration openings
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Rear view
*
*
^
&
*
*
Fig. 5
^ Aeration openings
& Cord grip of the mains connection cable
* Openings for wall mounting
3.3 Control unit
(
)
£
¡
™
Fig.6
(
)
¡
LC display
Control to set the contrast of the LC display.
9-pin D-SUB socket to update the operating software,
to connect the HRCU 8 management unit.
™ Control buttons (control panel)
£ Operation display
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4
Installing the head-end station
4.1 Remove front cover
1
2
Fig. 7
• Unlock the lock 2 (fig. 7).
• Slide the front cover 1 upwards and unhook it.
4.2 EMC regulations
To comply with the current EMC regulations, it is necessary to connect the
lines leading in and out of the head-end station (e.g. Cinch, HF) using standard cable terminals.
Fig. 8
• According to figure 8 insert the required number of standard cable terminals in
the openings provided in the front of the head-end station (fig. 2 5, page 8).
Tighten the nuts on the cable terminals until the teeth on the lock washers
have penetrated the exterior coating and a good connection is made between the housing and the cable terminals.
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4.3 Mounting the head-end station
– Install the head-end station vibration-free.
Avoid, for example, mounting the head-end station onto a lift shaft or any
other wall or floor construction that vibrates in a similar way.
– To avoid too strong heating of the head-end stations it is not admissible
to mount them one upon the other without using thermic precautions (e.g.
permanently air recirculation, heat deflectors etc. – s. also chap. 4.3.3).
– Ensure that
- the mounting area can support the weight of the head-end station
- there is an adequate ventilation
- the permissible ambient temperature will be maintained
- the mounting position is dry and protected against splashing water.
4.3.1 Wall mounting
• Position the head-end station so that the distance on either side is minimum
20 cm. Ensure minimum 20 cm of free space below and above the head-end
station as well.
• Insert the included wall plugs (ø 10 mm) into the wall so that they correspond
to the dimensions in the following illustration.
668 mm
270 mm
Fig. 9
• Screw the included fastening screws (8 x 65 mm wood screws) into the wall
plugs and hang the head-end station onto the screws.
4.3.2 Stand mounting
• Position the head-end station on a shelf so that the distance to the shelf walls
on either side is minimum 20 cm. Ensure minimum 20 cm of free space above
and minimum 10 cm behind the head-end station as well.
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4.3.3 Mounting in a cabinet
In cabinets a circular aeration (e.g. by means of ventilators) is to be ensured.
In addition it is necessary to permanently control the ambient temperature
of max. +50 °C by means of thermo elements. If the ambient temperature
inside the cabinet exceeds +50 °C, a thermo switch with reclose inhibition
must automatically disconnect the system from the mains power supply.
• Position the head-end station in the cabinet so that the distance to the cabinet
walls on either side is minimum 20 cm. Ensure minimum 20 cm of free space
above the head-end station as well.
5
Installing a cassette
Before installing or changing a cassette unplug the power cable of the
head-end station from the mains power socket.
S
3
S
Fig. 10
• Remove the fastening screws S of an unoccupied slot 3 from the bracket
of the head-end station.
• Insert the cassette in this slot and push it into the housing.
• Align the cassette according to the connections in the board and the HF collector and press it firmly into place in the head-end station.
• Fasten the cassette with the screws S.
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6
Power supply
6.1 SAT IF input distributor
See figures 11 and 12 for the power supply for the SAT IF input distributors. The
power distributor (fig. 12) is supplied with power (+ 18 V / max. 1 A) via the V
connection (fig. 11). The Y connections of the power distributor (fig. 12) are for
providing power for the LNBs connected via the SAT IF input distributors.
The total output current for all LNBs connected must not exceed 1 A.
V
W
X
Fig. 11
Y
Fig. 12
6.2 Hybrid amplifier
Via connector
X (fig. 11) the hybrid amplifier is supplied with power (+24 V).
6.3 Connecting peripheral devices
Via connector W (fig. 11) peripheral devices can supplied with power (+12 V /
max. 1 A).
Connect peripheral devices via external fuses only.
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7
Connecting the head-end station
7.1 Potential equalisation
Earth the SAT receiver system in accordance with DIN EN 50083-1 / 60728-11
and VDE 0855.
H
• Put the earth wire (Cu ≥ 4 mm2) into the
hole G (fig. 13) of the earth connection terminal % (fig. 4) and fasten the
earth wire with the screw H securely.
• Connect the earth connection terminal
to a potential equalisation rail (supplied
by customer) using the earth wire.
G
Housing
Fig. 13
7.2 Connecting the SAT IF input distributor
7.2.1 Overview
A
B C
D
F
E
Fig. 14
A LNB power connection
B Input 2 (fig. 3 9)
C Loop-through output of input 1 D with terminating
D
E
F
resistor
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Input 1 (fig. 3 9)
Outputs of input 1
Outputs of input 2
D
B
7.2.2 Connecting SAT IF inputs
The following description refers to one of the SAT IF input distributors. The other
SAT IF input distributors are connected in the same manner.
• Connect outputs E and F of the input distributor (fig. 14) on the front of the
head-end station (fig. 2 4) to the corresponding inputs on the cassettes.
Using two reception levels (factory settings)
• Connect inputs B and D of the SAT IF input distributor (fig. 14) to the
LNBs.
—> For this use cable terminals mounted in the openings $ (fig. 15).
Terminate loop-through output C (fig. 14) using the terminating resistor supplied.
Using one reception level (loop-through operation)
• Connect input D of the SAT IF input distributor (fig. 14) to the LNB.
—> For this use a cable terminal mounted in one of the openings $
(fig. 15).
• Connect loop-through output C to input B using a HF cable made on-site.
7.3 Connecting HF output of the head-end station
!
$
$
$
Fig. 15
• Connect the HF output of the hybrid amplifier ! to the cable system.
—> For this use a cable terminal mounted in one of the openings
(fig. 15).
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$
7.4 Mains connection
To maintain compliance with current EMC regulations (electromagnetic
compatibility), it is necessary to route the power cord & through the supplied ferrite sleeve ≤.
Mount the ferrite sleeve as near as possible to the housing of the head-end
station (fig. 16).
&
≤
Fig. 16
• Open the ferrite sleeve.
• Make a loop in the power cord and lay the loop inside the ferrite sleeve as
shown in fig. 17.
• Close the ferrite sleeve (fig. 18).
.
Fig. 17
Fig. 18
• Connect the power cord of the head-end station to the mains socket.
8
Setting the contrast of the display
• Adjust the contrast of the display using the controller
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) (fig. 6, page 10).
9
The control panel at a glance
Program the head-end station using the buttons (control panel) on the control
unit. The two-line display of the control unit then shows the menus.
The parameters and functions to be set are underlined.
Use the
key to select the following main menu items:
.
–
–
–
–
–
–
.
System information
Output level of the cassettes
Output level of the head-end station
Number of the head-end station
Modem
Password
scrolls forward through the menus.
◀ / ▶ select parameters in the menus.
set values, initiate actions.
M saves entries.
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10 Updating the software of the control unit
10.1 Updating software via PC
The RS 232 interface of the control unit enables you to use a PC or a notebook
and the “BE-Flash” software to update the operating software of the control
unit.
You can find the “BE-Flash” software and the current operating software of the
head-end station’s control unit at the website ”http://www.gss.tv”.
• Use a “one-to-one cable” (see fig. 19 for circuit) to connect the control unit’s
RS 232 interface and the PC.
9-pin
D-SUB plug
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9-pin
D-SUB socket
Fig. 19
• Start the “BE-Flash” software and update the software of the control unit.
10.2Updating the software via second control unit
In this type of update, the current version of the software in one control unit
(master) is transferred to the control unit you want to update (slave).
Removing master control unit
§
7
2
1
Fig. 20
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∞
• Switch off the head-end station.
• Disconnect snap-in hook ∞ in the direction of arrow ” 1 ” (fig. 20).
• Pull control unit 7 in the direction of arrow ” 2 ” on the bottom and disconnect from snap-in hook §.
Programming slave control unit
• Switch off the head-end station of the slave control unit.
• Connect the 15-pin D-SUB plug on the back of the master control unit to the
RS 232 interface of the head-end station’s slave control unit via a connection
cable made on-site as follows.
9-pin D-SUB plug
(Slave)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 kΩ
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
15-pin D-SUB socket
(Master)
Fig. 21
• Switch on the head-end station.
• Wait for the ”Update Mode” message of the master control unit and press
button M on this unit.
—> The software of the slave control unit is replaced by the master control
unit’s software.
• After the message “Update Mode OK” appears, switch off the head-end
station.
• Remove the connection cable between the slave and master control units.
• Switch on the head-end station.
—> The head-end station’s slave control unit registers with the current version of the software.
Inserting master control unit
• Connect control unit 7 to the snap-in hook § (fig. 20).
• Push the control unit towards the head-end station, in the direction opposite
that of arrow ” 2 ” on the bottom, and connect it to the 15-pin D-SUB socket
of the head-end station.
• Connect snap-in hook ∞ in the direction opposite that of arrow ” 1 ”.
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11 Programming
11.1 Preparation
• Connect the test receiver to the test output of the head-end station.
• Set the HF output data of the cassettes used.
11.2 Programming procedure
Ein / On
.
BE–Remote
V 39
please wait …
t > 10 s
Box …
QPSK-PAL
C2-69,S2-41
A
–––
◀ + ▶ t>2s
B
SYSTEM
BErem
INFO:
V 39
▶
◀
SYSTEM
INFO:
Output-Coll.
V1
◀ ▶
SYSTEM
INFO:
Temp.
SYSTEM
21°C
68°C
°C / °F
◀ ▶
SYSTEM
MAX
INFO:
Station Nr.
001
◀ ▶
▶
SYSTEM
Clock
BOX LEVEL
Bx 1
LEVEL
0 dB
STATION
LEVEL
LEVEL:
0 dB
INFO:
16.0 MHz
◀ / ▶ Bx 1 … Bx 12
0 … -25 dB
21
0 … -6 -dB
-
14.7 MHZ o. 16.0 MHZ
Abhängig von der
verwendeten Taktfrequenz.
Dependent on the clock
frequency used.
INFO:
84°C
Dependent on the clock
frequency used.
BOX LEVEL
Bx 1
LEVEL
0 dB
STATION
◀ / ▶ Bx 1 … Bx 12
0 … -25 dB
LEVEL:
LEVEL
0 dB
STATION
0 … -6 dB
NUMBER:
001
SYSTEM
MODEM:
ON / OFF
OFF
SYSTEM
SECURE:
PASSWORD
◀/▶
0000
B
A
M
11.2.1Message after temperature exceeding
Instead of the standby ”BE-Remote” menu the ”ATTENTION” menu is displayed.
! ! ! ATTENTION ! !
Temp.1
68°C
SYSTEM
◀
Angezeigte Maximaltemperatur
(z.B . 68 °C) löschen (t > 3 s).
Deleting maximum temperature
(e.g. 68 °C) displayed (t > 3 sec).
MAX
SYSTEM
INFO:
68°C
Temp.
84°C
INFO:
21°C
Aktuelle Temperatur
Current temperature
M
A
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11.3 Programming the head-end station
.
button for longer than 2 seconds cancels the pro—> Pressing the
gramming procedure. This takes you back to the program item “Activating
system information” from any menu. Any entries that have not been saved
are reset to the previous settings.
—> Entries in the menus can be saved by pressing the M key. You are taken
back to the “Activating system information” menu item.
•Switch on the head-end station.
—> The display shows the software version of the headend station (e.g. ”V 39”).
—> The processor reads the cassettes‘ data
(approx. 10 seconds).
Ein / On
.
BE–Remote
V 39
pleaseEin
wait
…
/ On
.
t > 10 s
BE–Remote
V 39
please wait …
Box …
QPSK-PAL
t > 10 s
C2-69,S2-41
Box …◀
–––
Activating system information
A
▶ t>2s
+QPSK-PAL
C2-69,S2-41
A
–––
◀ + ▶ t>2s
B
SYSTEM
BErem
SYSTEM
BErem
INFO:
V 39
INFO:
V 39
▶
◀
SYSTEM
INFO:
Output-Coll.
V1
B
▶
SYSTEM
▶ INFO:
the ◀“System
•Activate
information” software by simultane◀
Output-Coll.
V 1 buttons ◀ /and
◀
▶ / ▶ for more than
ously holding
down the
SYSTEM
INFO:
SYSTEM
INFO:
2 seconds in the ”Selecting the cassette” mode.
Temp. ◀ ▶
21°C
MAX 68°C
84°C
—> The display darkens.
°C / °F
Afterwards
”System informatio­
n – control INFO:
unit” –
SYSTEM◀ ▶the
INFO:
SYSTEM
“SYSTEM
INFO: BErem“
menu
appears.
Temp.
21°C
MAX 68°C
84°C
SYSTEM
INFO:
—> The
“System information”
also can be called up
°C / software
°F
Station
Nr.
001
▶
from
the◀
stand-by
mode of the display.
SYSTEM◀
▶
Station Nr.
SYSTEM
▶
INFO:
001
INFO:
- MHz
Clock ◀- 23
▶16.0
14.7 MHZ o. 16.0 MHZ
Abhängig von der
verwendeten Taktfrequenz.
Dependent on the clock
frequency used.
C2-69,S2-41
A
–––
◀ + ▶ t>2s
System information – control unit
This menu shows the software version of the control unit
(e.g. ”V 39”).
B
SYSTEM
▶
◀
INFO:
BErem
V 39
SYSTEM
INFO:
Output-Coll.
V1
◀ ▶
.
.
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
INFO:
•To perform
settings INFO:
press the
button.
Temp.
21°C
MAX 68°C
84°C
—> The ”Setting the HF output level of the cassettes
–
°C / °F
Ein / On
“BOX LEVEL”
is activated.
◀ ▶
Continue on page 26.
BE–Remote
V 39
INFO:
•To callSYSTEM
up information
about the head-end station press the
please wait …
◀ / ▶ button
▶
Station
Nr.
001
(following
information menus) or the ◀ /button
(previous information menus).
t > 10 s
◀ ▶
—> The ”System
information – output collector” –
Box …
QPSK-PAL
14.7 MHZ
o. 16.0
MHZ is activated.
▶
”SYSTEM
INFO: Output
Coll.”
submenu
SYSTEM
INFO:
C2-69,S2-41
–––
Clock
16.0 MHz
◀ + ▶ t>2s
Abhängig von der A
verwendeten Taktfrequenz.
Dependent on the clock
frequency used.
System information – output collector
BOX LEVEL
Bx 1
LEVEL
0 dB
SYSTEM
INFO:
BErem
STATION
V 39
LEVEL:
LEVEL
STATION
001
This menu shows the software version of the output collector
(e.g.
1”).1 … Bx 12
◀ / ”V
▶ Bx
0 … -25 dB
▶
◀
SYSTEM
INFO:
Output-Coll.
◀
0 … -6 dB
0 dB
B
V1
▶
SYSTEM
INFO:
SYSTEM
INFO:
Station Nr.
SYSTEM
MODEM:
001
◀ ▶
ON / OFF
OFF
▶
SYSTEM
Clock
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
INFO:
◀
•Press the
/ ▶ button. 21°C
Temp.
MAX 68°C
84°C
—> The ”System information
–
temperature”
–
NUMBER:
°C / °F
◀ INFO: ▶
”SYSTEM
Temp.” submenu is activated.
SECURE:
PASSWORD
0000
◀/▶
INFO:
16.0 MHz
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14.7 MHZ o. 16.0 MHZ
Abhängig von der
verwendeten Taktfrequenz.
Dependent on the clock
frequency used.
B
A
System information – temperature
SYSTEM
INFO:
BErem
V 39
B
This menu shows the temperature inside the head-end station.
▶
SYSTEM
INFO:
Additionally
the temperature
display can be switched from
◀
Output-Coll.
V 1 Fahrenheit and the highest inner
degree Celsius to degree
temperatures recorded to date can be displayed.
◀ ▶
SYSTEM
Ein / On
.
BE–Remote
INFO:
Temp.
V 39
SYSTEM
21°C
MAX
INFO:
68°C
84°C
°C / °F
◀ ▶
please wait …
SYSTEM
INFO:
•Using the
buttons set the temperature display
Station Nr.
001
wished.
Box …
QPSK-PAL •To activate ◀the▶ highest inner temperatures press the
A
C2-69,S2-41
–––
button.
14.7
MHZ
o.
16.0
MHZ
▶
SYSTEM
INFO:
Abhängig
von der
—>
Press
the
button
again
to
return to the previ◀ + ▶ t>2s
verwendeten Taktfrequenz.
Clock
ous
menu. 16.0 MHz Dependent on the clock
t > 10 s
frequency used.
◀ / ▶ button.
•Press the
—> The ”System information – number of the head-end
B
Bx 1
◀ / ▶ Bx 1 … Bx 12
station” – ”SYSTEM INFO: Station Nr.” submenu is
0
…
-25
dB
0
dB
▶
SYSTEM
INFO:
INFO:
activated.
◀
BOX LEVEL
LEVEL
SYSTEM
BErem
Output-Coll.
V 39
STATION
LEVEL:
LEVEL
0 dB
V1
◀ ▶
System information – number of the head-end station
0
…shows
-6 dB theINFO:
SYSTEM
SYSTEM station
INFO:
This menu
number of the head-end
(see
MAX of68°C
84°C
also itemTemp.
”Setting the 21°C
consecutive number
the head-end
°C / °F
station”, page 27).
◀ ▶
STATION
NUMBER:
SYSTEM
001
INFO:
Station Nr.
001
◀ ▶
SYSTEM
MODEM:
▶
SYSTEM
INFO:
14.7 MHZ o. 16.0 MHZ
ON// OFF
Abhängig von der
◀
▶ button.
•Press the
verwendeten Taktfrequenz.
Clock
16.0 MHz
—> The ”System information
– clock
–
Dependent
on thefrequency”
clock
frequency used.
”SYSTEM INFO: Clock”
submenu is activated.
OFF
SYSTEM
SECURE:
PASSWORD
BOX
LEVEL
0000
Bx
1
LEVEL
0 dB
M
◀/▶
◀ / ▶ Bx 1 … Bx 12
0 … -25 dB
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B
A
°C / °F
◀ ▶
◀ + ▶ t>2s
SYSTEM
System information
– INFO:
clock frequency
Station
Nr. the clock
001 frequency of the control unit. The
shows
This menu
frequency can be 14.7 or 16.0 MHz.
SYSTEM
▶
▶
◀
INFO:
BErem
V 39
◀ ▶
B
SYSTEM
INFO:
SYSTEM
INFO:
Output-Coll.
V1
Clock
16.0 MHz
14.7 MHZ o. 16.0 MHZ
◀ ▶
SYSTEM
BOX LEVEL
Bx 1
LEVEL
0 dB
STATION
LEVEL:
LEVEL
0 dB
Abhängig von der
verwendeten Taktfrequenz.
Dependent on the clock
frequency used.
INFO:
1 … Bx 12
◀ / ▶ Bx
Temp.
SYSTEM
INFO:
.
•
84°C
Press the
0 … -25 dB
°C / °F level of the cassettes” –
—> The ”Setting the HF output
◀ ▶
“BOX LEVEL” menu is activated.
◀/▶
—> Pressing
button you return to the
SYSTEM the
INFO:
”System
Station Nr.information
001 – control unit” –
”SYSTEM
0 … -6 dB INFO: BErem” menu (page 24).
21°C
button.
MAX
68°C
◀ ▶
▶
STATION
NUMBER:
001
BOX LEVEL
Bx 1
SYSTEM
MODEM:
LEVEL
0 dB
OFF
SYSTEM
INFO:
14.7 MHZ o. 16.0 MHZ
von der
Setting the HF output level ofAbhängig
the cassettes
verwendeten Taktfrequenz.
Clock
16.0 MHz
the clock
This menu allows to select the Dependent
cassettesonone
after the other and
frequency used.
set their HF output levels.
◀ / ▶ Bx 1 … Bx 12
0 … -25 dB
ON / OFF
•Select all cassettes one after the other using the ◀ / ▶ but◀ / ▶ 0 … -6 dB
tons, measure and note their HF output levels.
•Activate the cassettes with higherBHF A
output levels using
M
the ◀ / ▶ buttons and equal their HF output levels to the
value of the cassette with the lowest HF output level using
NUMBER:
the
buttons (”0 … -25 dB”)
STATION
LEVEL:
SYSTEM
SECURE:
LEVEL
0 dB
PASSWORD
0000
STATION
001
.
button.
•Press the
—> The ”Setting the HF output level of the head-end staMODEM:
tion” – “STATION LEVEL:” menu is activated.
SYSTEM
ON / OFF
OFF
SYSTEM
SECURE:
PASSWORD
M
0000
◀/▶
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B
A
◀ ▶
BOX LEVEL
Bx 1
LEVEL
0 dB
Bx
1
… output
Bx 12 INFO:
◀ / ▶ the
Setting
HF
level of the head-end
station
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
0
… -25 dB
Temp.
menu
allows
21°C
set
the
MAX
level
of68°C
the
This
to
HF output
station to the requirements of °C
the/ °Fcable system.
INFO:
84°C
head-end
◀ ▶
STATION
LEVEL:
LEVEL
SYSTEM
0 dB
INFO:
0
… -6 dB
Station
Nr.
001
◀ ▶
STATION
NUMBER:
001
▶
SYSTEM
INFO:
14.7 MHZ o. 16.0 MHZ
von der
•Set the HF output level of Abhängig
the head-end
station using the
verwendeten Taktfrequenz.
Clock
16.0 MHz
buttons (”0 … -6 dB”).
Dependent on the clock
frequency used.
.
SYSTEM
MODEM:
BOX LEVEL
Bx 1
OFF
LEVEL
0 dB
SYSTEM
SECURE:
STATION
LEVEL:
PASSWORD
0000
LEVEL
0 dB
M
STATION
•Press the
button.
—> The ”Setting the consecutive number of the head-end
◀ / ▶ Bx 1 … Bx 12
station”
ON / OFF – “STATION NUMBER:” menu is activated.
0 … -25 dB
Setting the consecutive number of the head-end station
◀/▶
If several head-end stations are used in a cable system the
0 … -6 dB
B A
head-end
stations must get a consecutive
number to identify
them.
NUMBER:
001
SYSTEM
MODEM:
•Use the
ON / OFF
OFF
buttons to set the consecutive number.
.
•Press the
button.
—> The ”Activating the modem connection” –
/ ▶ “SYSTEM MODEM:” menu is activated.
SECURE:
◀
SYSTEM
PASSWORD
M
0000
B
A
Activating the modem connection
If the head-end station is to be remote controlled using the
PSW 1000 configuration software and a modem connected
to the head-end station (without HRCU 8) activate the modem
mode in this menu (”ON”).
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Clock
001
SYSTEM
MODEM:
BOX LEVEL
Bx 1
OFF
LEVEL
0 dB
SYSTEM
SECURE:
STATION
LEVEL:
PASSWORD
0000
LEVEL
0 dB
M
16.0 MHz
verwendeten Taktfrequenz.
Dependent on the clock
frequency used.
◀ / ▶ Bx 1 … Bx 12
ON / OFF
0 … -25 dB
◀ / ▶ the
•Using
buttons switch on the modem mode ”ON”
or if necessary
0 … -6 dB switch it ”OFF”.
B A
—> If no modem is found ”NOT FOUND” is displayed.
.
•Press the
button.
NUMBER:
—> The ”Setting the password” –
“SYSTEM SECURE:” menu is activated.
STATION
001
SYSTEM
MODEM:
Setting the password
ON / OFF
In this menu
the access to the software of the control unit and
the cassettes can be refused.
OFF
SYSTEM
SECURE:
PASSWORD
◀/▶
0000
B
A
M
•Use the ◀ / ▶ buttons to place the cursor under the digits
to be set for the password.
•Use the
buttons to set the digits of the password
wished.
Saving settings
•Press the M button.
—> The settings are saved.
—> Via connection A you return to the “Activating system information” menu item (page 23).
.
•By pressing the
button, you will be returned to
the menu item “System information – control unit” via B
without saving the programmed data (page 24).
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11.3.1Programming the head-end station (following excess temperature)
If the maximum permissible temperature for the head-end station (inner temperature) is exceeded, ”ATTENTION” appears in the display instead of the ”BE-Remote”
standby display.
In this operating state, the menus for the cassettes and operating unit are locked.
To be able to access the menus for the cassettes and operating unit, the software needs to be unlocked.
The cause of the excess temperature must be determined and the appropriate corrective measures taken for the head-end station to operate smoothly
again (e.g. additional ventilation).
In the ”ATTENTION” menu, the number of the particular headend station (e.g. ”Temp.1”) and the temperature (e.g. ”68 °C”)
are displayed.
! ! ! ATTENTION ! !
Temp.1
68°C
SYSTEM
◀
MAX
INFO:
68°C
zeigte Maximaltemperatur
68 °C) löschen (t > 3 s).
ng maximum temperature
68 °C) displayed (t > 3 sec).
M
SYSTEM
.
INFO:
•Press the
button.
Temp.
21°C
84°C
—> The “System information” – “SYSTEM INFO:” menu
Aktuelle Temperatur
is activated.
Current temperature
A
System information
In this menu, the inner temperature is displayed which activated the lock (e.g. ”68 °C”) and the highest inner temperature
recorded to date (e.g. ”84 °C”). The inner temperature which
! ! ! ATTENTION
! !
activated
the lock must be deleted to reactivate the temperaTemp.1
68°C
ture monitor and the software. You can also select the current
inner temperature.
SYSTEM
◀
zeigte Maximaltemperatur
68 °C) löschen (t > 3 s).
ng maximum temperature
68 °C) displayed (t > 3 sec).
MAX
INFO:
68°C
84°C
SYSTEM
Temp.
INFO:
21°C
Aktuelle Temperatur
Current temperature
M
A
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•Press the
button to select the current inner temperature (e.g. ”21 °C”).
—> Press the
button again to return to the previous menu.
▶
•Press and hold down the ◀ /button
for at least 3 seconds
to delete the activation temperature (e.g. ”68 °C”).
—> The current inner temperature appears.
•Press the M button.
—> The settings are saved.
—> Via connection A you return to the “Activating system information” menu item (page 23).
12 Final procedures
After installing the head-end station, upgrading accessories or installing
cassettes it is necessary to tighten all cable connections, F terminals and
cover screws in order to maintain compliance with current EMC regulations
securely.
• Securely tighten the cable connections (Cinch, HF connectors) using an appropriate open-ended spanner.
• Hang the front cover 1 (fig. 1, page 8) into the locators J (fig. 2, page 8).
• Push the front cover downward and close the lock 2 (fig. 1, page 8).
The EMC seal of the front cover must fit tightly against the head-end station’s housing.
Service:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
+49 (0) 911 / 703 2221
+49 (0) 911 / 703 2326
[email protected]
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© by GSS GmbH 27012009
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