MyM Pro-3S/6S - WISI Norden AB
MyM Pro 3S/6S Installation guide
CONTENT
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3.
4.
5.
6.
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8.
9.
Introduction
Unpacking the unit
Connections and indications
IP settings
Menus and settings web ui
5.1 Overview menu
5.2 Input settings
5.3 Output settings
5.4 Service management
5.5 CI menu
5.6 System options
Installation and Configuration examples
Technical specification MyM Pro 3S/6S
Declaration of conformity
Abbreviations
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1 Introduction
Thank you for purchasing an A2B Electronics product. The MyM Pro 3S/6S is a
revolutionary solution for reception and modulation of by satellite transmitted TV
content into an analogue format suited for small SMATV networks where cost
efficiency and high quality is required.
The MyM Pro 3S/6S receives DVB-S/S2 transmissions.
The MyM Pro 3S/6S unit is delivered with hardware and software that supports
DVB-S/S2 reception, MPEG2/MPEG4 decoding, HD downscaling,
DSB RF modulation with NICAM or A2 audio, IP control and management.
The MyM Pro 3S/6S can be upgraded for enhanced functionality by software
upgrades.
Software upgrades are available from A2B Electronics web site.
A2B Electronics AB
Phone: +46 (0)141 229115
E-mail: support@a2b.se
Visit our web site www.a2b.se for more information.
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2 Unpacking the unit
The following items are included in the package:
Amount
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1
Description
MyM Pro 3S/6S
Quick guide
Every unit is quality controlled by us before delivery. Should any items be missing when
unpacking, please contact our support service (see page 3 for contact info).
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3 Connections and indications
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1
4
7
2
10
9
5
6
8
1. Antenna inputs
(Ch1 to Ch3)
Connect the satellite signal to these connectors
2. Antenna inputs
(Ch4 to Ch6)
Connect the satellite signal to these connectors
3. Common Interface 1
Insert a Common Interface module into this slot
(Supports decryption for Channel 1 and 2)
4. Common Interface 2
Insert a Common Interface module into this slot
(Supports decryption for Channel 3)
5. Common Interface 3
Insert a Common Interface module into this slot
(Supports decryption for Channel 4 and 5)
6. Common Interface 4
Insert a Common Interface module into this slot
(Supports decryption for Channel 6)
7 and 8. Ethernet ports
RJ-45 port for 10/100 baseT Ethernet. Connect your
PC to these ports for management and upgrades.
9. RF-output(s)
Combined 3 channel RF outputs for connection to
your SMATV network.
10. Indicator LED(s)
Status indicator
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4 IP settings
The MyM Pro 3S/6S has an
embedded web server allowing web
browser Internet Explorer to connect
to the unit for settings and
management.
No controller software is needed. The
MyM Pro 3S/6S has by default static IP
address(es) for connecting your PC to
the unit.
NOTE! MyM Pro 3S/6S is only
approved with Internet Explorer
as web browser.
The MyM Pro 3S/6S is delivered with
the default IP address: 192.168.0.20
for port 1 and 192.168.0.21 for port 2
in 6S.
First time installation requires that you
set a static IP address on your
computer. For example set your PC to
IP address: 192.168.0.19 and Net
mask: 255.255.255.0
TCP/IP settings for Windows XP (setting your PC to 192.168.0.19)
Select ”Start”, ”Control panel” and ”Network connections”. Next select “Network
and Internet settings”. ”Right click” on [Settings for local network] and select
[Properties].
In Properties select [Internet protocol
(TCP/IP)] and [Properties].
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4 IP settings (continued)
Select [Use this IP adress] and write:
192.168.0.19 and select [Net mask]
255.255.255.0. Click [OK] and then click
[Close].
NOTE! For PC with other Operating
Systems (OS) than Windows, please
consult the Owners manual for your PC
for [IP/Network settings].
Connecting your PC to the MyM Pro 3S/6S
Connect the MyM Pro 3S/6S double power cords to
a wall outlet.
See section 6 for installation.
Next connect your PC to the MyM Pro 3S/6S with a
network cable.
Start your web browser and write the IP address
192.168.0.20 and 192.168.0.21 for second port *)
in the address field of your browser.
NOTE! MyM Pro 3S/6S is only approved with
Internet Explorer as web browser.
Settings of IP address
Click the [System options]
menu and then press [IP
Settings] to set a new IP
address, Netmask and
Gateway for the MyM Pro
3S/6S.
*) MyM Pro 6S
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5 Menus and settings
All necessary settings can be made in the web GUI via a web browser. When first
connection is made with the MyM Pro 3S/6S following overview menu will appear.
5.1 Overview menu
Current settings
Contains information of current
input and output signals, if the
tuners are locked to a signal,
uptime, firmware version,
bootloader version, hardware
revision, serial number, current IP
Network settings, Description and
Position.
Installation overview
In this menu you can see all MyM
Pro units when connected to a
switch and also see EXM/OXM
units that are connected to the
same switch.
Software options
In this menu you can see
which software options that
are activated.
To continue with settings click the [Input] name in the banner.
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5 Menus and settings (continued)
5.2 Input settings
As the MyM Pro 3S/6S
contains 2 separate tuners,
start by selecting either
[Tuner 1] or [Tuner 2].
Tuner 1 provides the service
list for RF output 1 and 2.
Tuner 2 provides the service
list for RF output 3. The
tuner can also be ”Disabled”.
Select the actual Input
parameters for the satellite
transponder you receive.
After the tuner has locked
you can read the values for
[Locked], [Level] and
[C/N].
If you have an MyM Pro 6S
proceed with next two tuners
[Tuner 3] and [Tuner 4]
after moving the TP cable to
the other RJ 45 port (if not
using switch). Tuner 3
provides the service list for
RF output 4 and 5. Tuner 4
provides the service list for
RF output 6.
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5 Menus and settings (continued)
5.3 Output settings
Modulation
Band
Start the output setup by selecting
which band you want to use. You can
select VHF-7, VHF-8 and UHF. VHF-7
corresponds to 7/8 MHz bandwidth
(CCIR). VHF-8 corresponds to 8 MHz
bandwidth (OIR). After selection press
[Set].
Frequency
For each of the 3 (or 6) possible RF
output channels, set the desired output
channels by using [Channel name]
scroll list or write the frequency.
NOTE! The MyM Pro provides DSB
modulation so you can’t use
adjacent channels.
National
Subtitle/
Type
Set type of subtitling to Normal or for
Hearing Impaired or None.
Language
Select subtitling language. Depends of
received languages in the terrestrial
signal.
Priority
Set DVB or Teletext subtitling as default
selection.
Audio/Video Delay (ms)
This is automatic. However, if you
experience a lip-sync delay problem you
can set delay between 200ms and 200ms individually for each Channel.
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5 Menus and settings (continued)
5.3 Output settings
continued
National (continued)
Auto conversion
Setting this in position “On”
converts subtitling to fit actual
picture aspect ratio if needed (If
4:3 is chosen and transmission in
16:9).
Teletext Charset
Select appropriate characters for
selected language.
Audio/
Audio language
Select which language to receive
and transmit on the outgoing
programs.
Audio level
This setting allows to equalise the
difference in sound level between
different programs. Settings can
be done between +6 and -6 dB.
Advanced
Aspect ratio
Set correct picture format of the
programs transmitted from the MyM Pro
3S/6S.
Video standard
Select your regional video standard.
Audio system
Set your regional audio standard.
Video watchdog
Here you can switch the video WD On or
Off. This can be useful for example if
authorisation of a new smartcard is hard
to achieve.
NOTE! Changing this setting will
only take effect if a reboot is done
after the change.
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5 Menus and settings (continued)
5.4 Service Management
The MyM Pro 3S contains 2 and for
MyM Pro 6S 4 separate DVB-T tuners and totally 3 or 6 services can be selected for each of
the output channels, named [CH-1], [CH-2] and [CH-3] and for MyM Pro 6S also [CH-4],
[CH-5] and [CH-6].
The list of services presents all received services from both tuner inputs. Service from
Tuner 1 is named “Ant 1” and services from Tuner 2 is named “Ant 2”.
When one program (service) is selected, the box in front of the program name changes
colour to green.
The service list gives following information:
Selected service Green colour indication
Type
Shows type of service (MPEG-2, MPEG-4, Data etc.)
Name
Program name
Provider
Name of operator
Input
Indicates what tuner input the service is received from.
SID
Service ID number (as received)
Hanglock
Shows if service is encrypted or not and if CAM is inserted
Status
Icons for Analogue out and watchdog enabled
Count
Counts if there is a fault in the video decoding
NOTE! To detect whether a Common Interface module and
smart card actually decrypts the programs is only possible
by watching the outgoing signal on a TV-set tuned to the
correct frequency.
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5 Menus and settings (continued)
5.5 CI menu
The MyM Pro 3S contains 2 CI (Common
Interface) and MyM Pro 6S contains 4
CI (Common interface). [CI-1]
decrypts services for output CH-1 and
CH-2. The [CI-2] decrypt services for
output
CH-3.
In MyM Pro 6S [CI-3] decrypt services
for CH-4 and CH-5 and [CI-4] decrypt
service for CH-6. In menu you get
information about CAM and card.
In the Advanced settings menu you can
change timing settings for the used
CAM if there is a need for changing
that. After a change is made the
[Save] button must be clicked. If
changes are made and does not work,
you can get the default settings again
by a click on the [Reset] button and a
click on the [Save] button.
NOTE! If one change CAM to
another CA system (i.e. from NDS to
Conax) the unit needs to be
rebooted. Decryption may take
some seconds before it starts.
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5 Menus and settings (continued)
5.6 System options
Upload/Upgrade
The Upgrade menu is used to be able
to download software Upgrades or
future software functionality.
The procedure of downloading a new
software looks as described below:
1.Download the appropriate file from
our web page to your PC.
2.Browse for the file in the MyM Pro
3S/6S user Interface.
3.Press [Upload]
4.Wait until message shows up,
“Upload completed”.
5.Click on [Restart] to reboot the
MyM Pro 3S/6S.
NOTE! It could take up to two
minutes to reboot!
The Upload menu shows current files
downloaded into the units and can be
useful when contacting A2B support.
Uptime
The Uptime menu gives statistics of
uptime and possible restarts. The log
can be cleared by click on [Clear log].
IP settings
This section shows current IP-address,
Netmask and Gateway settings.
Remember to change settings if the
default IP-address is used by other
devices in your network.
In case you have forgotten your IPaddress please consult the A2B
support web site and download free of
charge our tool “IP-supporter”. This
tool finds all MyM Pro 3S/6S and their
respective IP-addresses available in
your network.
Also remember to press [Apply
settings] when ready.
Reboot MyM
Pressing [Reboot unit] re-starts the
MyM Pro 3S/6S. All settings are
preserved so no settings or programs
will be lost.
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6 Installation and configuration
The MyM Pro 3S/6S can be installed either as a stand alone unit directly on the wall by
the use of a dedicated MyM Pro 3S/6S Wall Mount brackets (part number 702800.10) or
in an 19 inch cabinet.
Before connecting power to the MyM Pro 3S/6S, make sure that all other connections
have been made. A coaxial cable of good quality with an F-connector should be
connected to the Antenna input and another one from the RF output to the SMATV
network.
Make all necessary settings as described in section 4 and 5.
Installation with MyM Pro 3S
Wall Mount kit 1 unit.
Accessories
MyM Pro 3S/6S Wall
Mount kit 1 unit
including screws
and nuts
Art no: 121401.10
MyM Pro 3S/6S Wall
Mount kit 2 units
including screws
and nuts
Art no: 121402.10
MyM Pro 3S/6S
Wall Mount kit 3
units (for two MyM
and one switch)
including screws
and nuts.
Art no: 121403.10
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7 Technical specification MyM Pro 3S/6S
2 / 4 x DVB-S/S2 Satellite Receiver
Miscellaneous
Input frequency
Symbol rate
Connectors
Input level
LNB voltage
LNB current
22kHz to LNB
FEC
DiSEqC
AC Power supply
AC power consumption 3S
AC power consumption 6S
Ethernet port
Setup
230 VAC typ (94-264VAC)
Typ. 18 W
Typ. 36 W
Setup and update
Web based GUI (approved
with Internet Explorer)
Dimension
383x220x44 mm (excl.
connectors)
Approx. 3,2 kg
-20 to +45°C non
condensing
950 - 2150 MHz
1-45 Msymbols/s
Type F female, 75 Ω
-65 to -25 dBm
Auto, off or 13/18V
200 mA per input
Auto, on or off
Auto
1.1
3 / 6 x MPEG Decoder – Video - audio
Video standard
Audio standard
Picture aspect ratio
Teletext
Subtitling
Weight
Operating temperature
MPEG2 MP@ML, MPEG4
h.264 AVC MP@L3
AAC HE or MPEG 1
layer II
Letterbox, Anamorphic
VBI
Teletext or DVB subtitling
3 / 6 x Modulator
Modulation standard
Output level
PAL B/G, I, D/K, SECAM
(DSB)
FM-mono, NICAM stereo
and A2/A2* stereo
Double side band from
160 – 862 MHz.
Min. 80 dBμV, fixed
RF output connector
Type F female, 75 Ω
Audio
Output channels
Example of MyM Pro 3S/6S Web GUI
Decryption
Decryption Interface
Decryption type
CI 1 slot (3/6S)
CI 2 slot (3/6S)
CI 3 slot (6S)
CI 4 slot (6S)
2/4 x Common Interface
(PMCIA 5VDC)
Single or Multidecryption
CAM’s supported
Decryption for output Ch1
and Ch2
Decryption for output Ch3
Decryption for output Ch4
and Ch5
Decryption for output Ch6
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8 Declaration of Conformity
The document for Declaration of Conformity is available for
download from www.a2b.se.
Further information at www.a2b.se.
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9 Abbreviations
DVB
Digital Video Broadcasting (Standardization body)
MPEG-2
Compression format for digital TV
MPEG-4
Compression format for digital TV (SD and HD)
DSB
Double Side Band (RF modulation occupying 2 channels)
NICAM
Digital sound format for analogue TV transmission
IP
Internet Protocol (defines how data is packetized for Internet broadcast)
DVB-S
Modulation format (QPSK) for satellite transmission of digital TV
DVB-S2
Modulation format (QPSK or 8PSK) for satellite transmission of digital TV
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is a protocol used by networked devices
(clients) to obtain the parameters necessary for operation in an Internet
Protocol network. This protocol reduces system administration workload,
allowing devices to be added to the network with little or no manual
configuration.
Common Interface
Connector for a PCMCIA module used for decrypting encrypted TV programs.
Modules should comply with the DVB CI standard
SD
Standard definition TV (576i in Europe)
SMS
Service Management System (system for handling smartcards).
SMATV
Satellite Master Antenna TV.
A2
Dual sound analogue stereo audio
LNB
Low Noise Block (outdoor unit for sat. Reception)
GUI
Graphical User Interface
QAM
Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (digital modulation method)
QPSK
Quadrature Phase Shift Keying (digital modulation method)
8 PSK
Eight Phase Shift Keying (digital modulation method)
FEC
Forward Error corection (digital error correction method for digital
transmissions)
C/N
Carrier to Noise ratio (defines the difference in dB between digital signal and
noise level
AAC-HE
Digital sound compression standard
VBI
Vertical Blanking Interval. Part in video signal non-visible
CAM
Conditional Access Module (see above Common Interface)
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