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1 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Introduction to MediaStar Compact Maximum of 16 channels only Over Cat5/5e & 6 cable Composite output from receive units How does Compact distribute video: RCU control at user position Browser, IP or RS232/485 central control How does Compact manage the distribution of video: Composite video sources RF Sources (optional) Cat5 etc Cable infrastructure Displays with Composite video Input What are the system requirements:

2 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Compact – Connectivity A/V Cable Remote Transmitter Unit MediaStar Compact Video Hub DVD Unit Satellite Decoder Unit Display Receive Unit Cat5 Structured Cabling A/V Cable I/R Blaster I/R Receiver MediaStar Compact RCU Satellite Decoder Unit RCU RF Input DVD Unit RCU Duplicate Display Recieve Unit

3 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Hub Details 740MediaStar Compact Video Hub supporting 16 users,16 Composite channel inputs, IR routing 743MediaStar Compact Video Hub supporting 16 users,16 Composite channel inputs, IR routing and 2 x 4 Duplicate output capability and 8 Remote Video inputs Versions: R indicates a system with an RF tuner board installed

4 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E MediaStar Compact Video Hub – Fascia and backplane ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP VIDEO OUTPUTS A-P DUPLICATE OUTPUTS of A/E DUPLICATE OUTPUTS of A 1/92/103/11 4/125/136/147/15 8/16 REMOTE INPUT CHANNELS RF INPUT CHANNELS POWER 1 – 8 9 - 16 16 RJ45 Output sockets labelled A to P 743 Compact Video Hub only 8 duplicate RJ45 Output sockets, options are: All 8 duplicate of outlet A 4 duplicates of outlet A and 4 duplicates of E 743 Compact VideoHub only 8 remote video feed RJ45 Input sockets, options are: Set as channels 9-16 (default) Set as channels 1-8 Input configuration LEDs Power LED Power Input Local video source inputs Serial Link IP Link IR Links Multiple Hub Link V-Bus and comms connectors RF Input (if fitted) PAL/NTSC Switch Spare Fuse

5 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E MediaStar Compact Video Hub – Rackmounting Rack Mounting The MediaStar Compact Video Hub is supplied with 19 rackmount brackets. Once the rack mounting brackets are fitted, mount the Hub into the cabinet or closet using the screws supplied with the Rack Mount Kit Power connection Once the Hub is mounted in the cabinet, connect the Hub to an AC power supply using the IEC Power Lead supplied Once the lead is connected the Hub will power on automatically

6 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Video format selection Set the video format required, PAL or NTSC, depending on your video sources The switch can be found at the rear of the Hub, located next to the 64 V-Bus Connector PAL = Upper position, NTSC = Lower position

7 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Local video sources Across the back of the Compact Video Hub is a bank of phono RCA connectors labelled 1 to 16 For each local video source, the audio and video connectors must be plugged into the appropriate connectors on the hub The source will appear on the channel as labelled by the video input connector (1 to 16) MediaStar Compact Video Hub Local A/V source Display Recieve Unit Cat5 Structured Cabling A/V Cable I/R Receiver MediaStar Compact RCU

8 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Connecting local video sources Connect the source video device to the relevant audio and video inputs located at the rear of the Compact Video Hub The video input is at the top (yellow), with the left audio connector in the middle (white) and the right audio connector at the bottom (red) Ensure that the correct left and right audio feeds are connected

9 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Connecting local video sources – 2 Channel example The DVD unit is connected to input 1 and will appear to users as channel 1 The Satellite Decoder is connected to input 2 and will appear to users as channel 2 The channel name displayed to the user can be edited The example below shows two video sources, a DVD and Satellite decoder unit, connected to the Compact Video Hub. VIDEO L R IN VIDEO L R IN OUT R Compact Video Hub DVD Satellite Decoder Dish input RF Output Input 1 Input 2

10 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E MediaStar Compact Video Hub Local A/V source Display RX Unit Cat5 Structured Cabling A/V Cable I/R Blaster I/R Receiver MediaStar Compact RCU Local A/V source RCU Some TV channel sources (Satellite Decoder, DVD, etc) can be controlled using infrared remote control units. The IR routing feature of the MediaStar Compact System allows users to control these devices using the devices own RCU at the Compact Receive Unit position. When the user selects a Compact TV channel, an IR path is set up between the receiver in the Recieve unit and the TV channel source The IR blaster module (part no.911-4147) itself is positioned over the IR receiver on the remote channel source device and connected to the Compact Video Hub via IR blaster drive connectors located at the rear of the hub There are a total of 16 IR blaster connectors available, one for each input available Note: the Compact Video Hub is supplied with 1off 911-4147 Blaster module Local video source IR routing 911-4147 IR blaster Versions:

11 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Connecting a local video IR source Compact Video Hub DVD Satellite Decoder This example shows two video sources, a DVD and Satellite decoder unit and their respective IR routing, connected to the Compact Video Hub. If the local or remote video source unit can be controlled with a 38KHz modulated IR remote control, an IR blaster is connected to the 2 pin polarised IR blaster connector on the backplane of the hub to the devices IR source. Note: Some IR control equipment uses different modulation techniques or frequencies and cannot be controlled through the MediaStar Compact System. The IR blaster head must be carefully fitted over the video source units own IR receiver Care must be taken to ensure that the adhesive pad on the IR blaster head does not damage the surface of the unit If the video source unit responds to IR commands intermittently, or does not respond at all, the power of the IR emitted by the blaster may need to be adjusted Power is adjusted by turning the small screw on the outward facing side of the IR blaster

12 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E 751 Video Receive Unit On the front of the Compact Video Hub there are 16 RJ45 sockets, labelled A to P. The Video Receiver Units (part no. 751) are connected to these outlets with up to 400m of Category5 cabling. The users connected to these outlets are able to independently select any one of the 16 channels available. The Audio/Video (A/V) output cable provides the video signal and left and right audio signals to the TV, plasma display or PC graphics card on male phono connectors. The Video Adjustment control should be set to provide optimum video picture quality. This can be done by viewing the picture or using video test equipment as required. Underside view 751 Receive Unit Versions: Power/IR Receive LED Rear view Front view Video Network Connection Remote IR Receiver Socket Video Adjustment A/V Output Cable Video Network IR Recvr Video Adj S L Video Network IR Recvr Video Adj

13 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E 790/1X Remote Control The 751 Receive unit is not supplied with the 751 Receive Unit and needs to be ordered separately. You will need the Remote Control Unit to: Change Compact channels Change volume Access on-screen information and menu options 790/1X Receive Unit Versions:

14 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E IR Receiver An integrated IR receiver is located at the front of the MediaStar Video Receiver Unit. When the unit receives any IR command from the Compact remote control unit (RCU), the LED on the unit will flash. Remote IR Receiver Video Receiver Unit If the MediaStar Compact Video Receiver Unit is to be positioned where the IR receiver will not be visible, a remote IR receiver module (part no.911- 4141) can be plugged into the Remote IR Receiver connector. This can then be positioned discretely on the display unit, visible to the remote control unit. The internal IR receiver in the Video Receiver Unit will be disabled. When positioning a remote IR receiver, ensure that the surface where it is located will not be affected by the adhesive on the IR receiver. Compact RCU Compact Video Hub

15 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Configuring Hub details Using the MediaStar Compact IR remote control unit you can configure several different settings on the Compact Video Hub, these include: View current settings Information given includes hub name, outlet label, software version, TV standard and channel input sources Compact Video Hub name Change the current hub name, default is Video Hub 1 Channels names Set the displayed name for specific channels Set New Password Change the current password required to access the configuration options, default is 000000 Define Duplicate Outlet Source Define whether the second set of four duplicated outlets are duplicates of Outlet A or Outlet E, select Menu/Settings/Duplicate Source Define Tuner Settings Where internal tuners are fitted in the hub, the type of RF input into the hub must be defined. The channel and frequency for each tuner must then be defined

16 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Configuring Hub details (continued) Define Serial Comms Mode If the hub is to be controlled by an external unit using the serial comms port, the mode of communication must be set up. Set IP Details In order to communicate with the hub over a 10BaseT LAN, the network IP settings must be configured. Set Screen Background Colour Use this option to change the background colour of the screen used for menus, select Menu/Settings/Screen Colour. Set Channel Access User access can be restricted to specific channels Please consult the MediaStar Compact User Guide for further details.

17 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Category 5 Cable connectivity for 751 Units The MediaStar Compact system uses the Cat5 4pair structured cabling for the transmission of composite video/audio streams and control signals to individual users. Pin 1 Typical RJ45 Pin 8 PairRJ45 Pins568B Colour Spec.Usage 14&5Blue & Blue/WhiteAudio Left/+12V 21&2White/Orange & OrangeAudio Right/-12V 33&6White/Green & GreenCommunications/IR & Grd 47&8White/Brown & BrownVideo Downstream The maximum distance from Hub to user location must not exceed 400 metres (1200 feet) for Cat 5 UTP.

18 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E 764 Compact-Evolution Interface Unit This unit provides an interface between the MediaStar Evolution DVI Endpoint and a MediaStar Compact TV distribution system. It takes a standard Compact TV feed and converts it to a format that can be input into the MediaStar Evolution Endpoint. The Evolution Endpoint can then use the Compact video and audio signals as a TV source that can be scaled and presented on any of the Endpoints output options. 764 Interface Unit Versions: The Compact 751 Receive Unit in NOT required as the feed from the Compact Hub connects directly to the Interface Unit Compact Video Hub Display Cat5 Structured Cabling I/R Receiver Compact RCU Evolution 760 or 760/xM Endpoint with 764 Interface Unit fitted

19 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E 753 RS232 to IR Converter The RS232 To IR Adapter (part no.753) provides a serial control interface for MediaStar Compact Video Receiver Units. Cabletime provides the Mediastar Viewer PC based software application that works with this converter unit to control the selection of TV channels. You can, if you wish to use your own hardware or software for channel control. This unit is powered from the Video Receiver Unit or Micro Settop, and requires no external power supply. The RS232 To IR converter is connected between an asynchronous serial communications port (typically COM1 on a PC) and the Remote IR Receiver socket of the Video Receiver Unit or Micro Settop unit. When the converter receives a specific ASCII character followed by a carriage return ( ), it transmits a series of electrical pulses into the Video Receiver Unit or Micro Settop unit. These pulses imitate the output from a Remote IR receiver when it sees IR from an RCU key press. The Video Receiver Unit or Micro Settop then responds to those RCU key presses in the usual way. The serial interface operates using half duplex asynchronous serial communications, at 9600 Baud, with 1 start bit, 8 data bits, and 1 stop bit. There is no hardware handshaking. On the 9 way D connector, pin 2 is RX data, Pin 3 is TX data and pin 5 is signal ground. All other pins are not connected. 753 RS232 to IR Converter Versions:

20 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Compact Viewer The application allows PC users to select the channel to view, and adjust the volume setting. It also provides access to all the on-screen setup menus that can be shown on a TV screen. The Viewer application requires video hardware that has the relevant Video for Windows drivers. Multiple copies of the Viewer application can be run simultaneously on a Desktop to enable control of several display devices. If the user wishes to create their own control application for the Video Receiver Unit, the serial communications protocol for the Mediastar RS232 to IR converter is available. As well as controlling the MediaStar Compact System with a Remote Control Unit (RCU), you can control it from a PC, using the MediaStar Compact Viewer software application. Please consult the MediaStar Compact User Guide for further details.

21 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E RS232 to IR Converter switch closure inputs This RS232 to IR Converter unit has four switch contact inputs to support external Channel up/down and Volume up/down keypads. The switch inputs are on 4 pins of the 753s 9 way D connector (see table below) When a switch contact closure is made, the appropriate input pin should be shorted to pin 5 (ground) of the 9 way D connector 753 9 way D Type Female Connector Optional PC Serial 9 way D Connector Button Channel Up Button Channel Down 1 9 1 9 Switches must be of the normally open type. If a switch (button) is held closed (pressed), the button press will auto-repeat after a short pause Only one button should be pressed at a time. If more than one button is pressed, all buttons will be ignored If a suitable 9 way D lead is produced, this unit can accept serial commands from a control system and switch closure inputs at the same time If these switch inputs are not required, the unit can be connected to a computer using the supplied 9-way cable as usual Function pin Channel Up (U) 8 Channel Down (D) 1 Volume Up (+) 9 Volume down (-) 6 Signal ground 5 Serial TX 2 Serial RX 3 Example

22 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E IR Converter Connectivity options Compact Video Hub Display 751 Video Receiver Unit PC Running MediaStar Compact Viewer 753 Converter Video Capture and Audio Cards 753 Converter Connected to COM1 Cat 5 Structured Cabling Audio & Video Lead Wall mounted touch panel

23 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Duplicate outputs (743 Compact Video Hub Only) The Duplicate outlets consist of two groups of 4 RJ45 Sockets (743 Hub versions only) The left group of 4 sockets are duplicates of Outlet A The right group of 4 sockets can be configured via setup menus to be duplicates of Outlet A or all duplicates of Outlet E This provides either 2 groups of 5 identical outputs or 1 group of 9 identical outlets Any Video Receiver Units connected to Duplicated Outlets are able to make channel changes Any channel change made will affect all the outlets that have been grouped together, including Outlet A or Outlet E 743 MediaStar Compact Video Hub RX Unit Cat5 Structured Cabling Duplicate Display 4 Duplicate Display 8 RX Unit Display, outlet A

24 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Remote video sources (743 Compact Video Hub Only) A/V Cable Remote Transmitter Unit Remote A/V Source Cat5 Structured Cabling Up to 8 remote video sources can be connected via CAT5 cabling to the hub (743 Hub versions only) using the remote video inputs located on the front of the hub The maximum distance from the Transmit Unit to the Hub via Cat5 cable is 400 meters Although hubs are fitted with 8 remote video inputs, any unused (unconnected) remote input may be used for rear panel local video inputs 743 Compact Video Hub

25 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Remote video source IR routing (743 Compact Video Hub Only) If the video source unit can be controlled with a 38KHz modulated IR remote control, an IR blaster is connected to the 2 pin polarised IR blaster connector on the Remote Video Transmitter. Ensure IR blaster head is then carefully fitted over the video source units own IR receiver. Ensure care is taken to ensure that the adhesive pad on the IR blaster head does not damage the surface of the unit. If the video source unit responds to IR commands intermittently, or does not respond at all, the power of the IR emitted by the blaster may need to be adjusted. The power is adjusted by turning the small screw on the outward facing side of the IR blaster head Note: Some IR control equipment uses different modulation techniques or frequencies and cannot be controlled through the MediaStar Compact System. A/V Cable Remote Transmitter Unit Remote A/V source Display Receive Unit Cat5 Structured Cabling MediaStar Compact RCU Remote A/V source RCU IR Blaster 743 Compact Video Hub

26 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E 752 Remote Transmitter Unit (743 Compact Video Hub Only) The transmitter is powered from the hub The LED will show orange when it is connected The A/V sources are connected to the phono inputs on the transmitter unit When a video input signal is detected, the Remote Video Transmitter LED will show green Video Adj S LVideoLeft audioRight audio Video Adjustment Left Audio Input Right Audio Input Video Input IR Blaster Socket Video Network Power RJ45 Video Network Connection Power/Video Input LED The video adjustment screw on the Remote Video Transmitter is turned to give the best picture quality The Remote Video Transmitter (part no.752) is connected to the 743 Compact Video Hub via the CAT5 structured wiring system (up to 400m away). 752 Remote Transmitter Unit Versions:

27 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Category 5 Cable connectivity for 752 Units The MediaStar Compact system uses the Cat5 4pair structured cabling for the transmission of composite video/audio streams and control signals remote transmitters. Pin 1 Typical RJ45 Pin 8 PairRJ45 Pins568B Colour Spec.Usage 14&5Blue & Blue/WhiteAudio Left/+12V 21&2White/Orange & OrangeAudio Right/-12V 33&6White/Green & GreenCommunications/IR & Grd 47&8White/Brown & BrownVideo Downstream The maximum distance from Hub to remote location must not exceed 400 meters (1200 feet) for Cat 5 UTP.

28 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Connecting an RF feed The RF feed is connected via an F type connector located on the rear face of the unit The MediaStar Compact Video Hub tuner module supports PAL or NTSC standards The MediaStar Compact Video Hub tuner module supports a frequency Range of 48 to 862MHz RF Connector If your MediaStar Compact Video Hub is fitted with a tuner module (R Suffix), up to 8 off-air or CATV RF sources can be used by the hub. Although hubs are fitted with blocks of 8 tuners, any unused (switched off) tuner source channels may be used for local video inputs instead. Configuring Where RF tuners are fitted in the hub, you must use the remote control unit or IP Browser interface to define RF input levels and tuner frequency settings.

29 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Defining Input Settings Where RF tuners are fitted in the hub and/or remote video sources are used these are defined as either channels 1-8 or 9-16. At the front of the hub are LEDs which indicate the hubs current configuration. Off Orange Green Red No tuner card fitted RF inputs set up for channel bank 1 to 8 RF inputs set up for channel bank 9 to 16 There is a clash of channel bank settings between RF source and remote video source. Refer to Installer/Manufacturer. RF Input Channels Orange Green Red Remote video inputs set up for channel bank 1 to 8 Remote video inputs set up for channel bank 9 to 16 There is a clash of channel bank settings between local and remote video source. Refer to Installer/Manufacturer. Remote Input Channels (743 Only) When an RF tuner board is installed the RF sources will be configured as channels 1-8 and the remote video sources as channels 9-16. To set these RF sources as channels 9-16 on the video hub you will need to configure the video hub internally, please consult with Cabletime Limited regarding this. P 8/16 POWER REMOTE INPUT CHANNELS RF INPUT CHANNELS 1-8 9-16 ONM 7/15 6/14 5/13

30 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Multiple Hubs A/V Cable Remote Transmitter Unit MediaStar Compact Video Hubs DVD Unit connected to Hub#2 Satellite Decoder Unit connected to Hub#1 RX Unit Cat5 Structured Cabling A/V Cable I/R Lead MediaStar Compact RCU DVD Unit RCU Display Connected to Hub #1 Display Connected to Hub #2 RF input to Hub#1 MediaStar Compact RCU Satellite Decoder Unit RCU RX Unit

31 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Multiple Hubs Setup Up to 4 hubs can be linked together, providing a 64 user, 16 Channel system. When the hub link connector is fitted it allows changes in channel configurations to be shared between the hubs, for example a new channel name. The V bus ribbon cable and hub link cables are supplied as a Multiple Hub Configuration Kit, available from your reseller or Cabletime. There can only be one source for each of the 16 TV channels. That source may be fed into any of the connected hubs. For systems where 16 remote video sources are required, one hub will be configured with remote video inputs on channel bank 1 to 8 and the second video hub must be configured with remote video inputs on channel bank 9 to 16. Similarly, if more than 8 RF source channels are required the RF source must be externally split and fed into two video hubs with the RF tuner sources configured on channel bank 1 to 8 on one hub and channel bank 9 to 16 on the second hub. To enable users on different hubs to remotely control local video sources with IR RCUs, the rear panel IR drive connectors on each hub must be linked together using a multi hub IR drive cables 747/2 2 Hub Link Kit 747/4 4 Hub Link Kit Versions:

32 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Multiple Hub Connectivity VIDEO L R IN DVD Satellite Decoder 1 VIDEO L R IN OUT R Satellite Decoder 2 Dish input RF Output VIDEO L R IN OUT R Dish input RF Output This diagram shows a Dual Hub system with 13 RF & 3 local Channels and IR control of channel 9 (Satellite decoder 1) for all users. Compact Video Hub #1 Compact Video Hub #2 V Bus Ribbon Cable Hub Link Connector Multi hub IR drive cable RF Input (Channels 1-8) RF Input (Channels 12-16)

33 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E External Control of Compact Video Hubs Before any external commands are executed using IP, RS232 or RS485 links, the control feature of the hub must be enabled. If serial or IP control is disabled, an enablement code must be obtained from your installer or Cabletime. This code is then entered using the Feature Enablement menu option. 21 WARNING: HAZARDOUS VOLTAGE INSIDE NO OPERATOR SERVICABLE PARTS INSIDE HUB LINK 10 BT NIC IR DRIVE 1 9 RF IN V-BUS Serial Connection IP Connection Rear view of Compact Video Hub Please consult the MediaStar Compact User Guide for further details. External devices such as Crestron or AMX control units can control MediaStar Compact Video Hubs. The external devices send text-based commands to the hub, using an IP, RS232 or RS485 communications link. The hub then actions the commands and returns an appropriate status message indicating whether the command was executed successfully.

34 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Browser Control The Mediastar Compact Video Hub can be configured and controlled remotely over a 10BaseT IP network link using standard browser software (e.g. Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 onwards or Netscape 6, both with Javascript V1.1 support). If utilising IE8 please use the IE7 Emulation mode. Browser control of the hub is an optional feature that must be enabled before use. To check whether it is enabled, press the INFO button twice on the MediaStar Compact remote control unit. Browser will be shown as either enabled or disabled. The hub must be configured with a static IP address and subnet mask prior to connection onto the LAN. When a network link is established, the green IP Link LED on the rear of the hub will be illuminated. When the hub sees network traffic addressed to it, the LED will flash. On the controlling PC, start up the standard browser software. In the address field, enter the IP address of the hub in the following format: http:// eg http://191.53.51.206 After a short pause, the Enter Network Password window appears. If the window does not appear it may be that the password has not been set. After entering the username and password the MediaStar Compact Video Hub specification page will be displayed.

35 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Hub specification Information Hub Control Settings Admin Password On the left hand side of the window, there is a selection of controls: Click on each of these items to show the controls available. The structure of these controls is similar to the on-screen configuration menus.

36 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Hub information Hub name Hub part no: Hub serial no: Hub software version TV standard Channels 1-8 and 9-16 configuration Serial control option Browser option The outlet source for the duplicate outlets (743 Only) This displays information regarding the Compact Video Hub, including:

37 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Channel changes page Select an outlet between A and P Select the channel to be viewed between 1 and 16 Select submit This command is used to change the channel being viewed by an outlet. The outlet selected will then view the specified channel.

38 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Remote Volume Control Select the volume action: Select an outlet between A and P Mute Unmute Increment Decrement Enter the volume setting if required Select submit This command is used to change the volume setting of an outlet. The outlet selected will then change to the specified volume setting.

39 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Set Hub Name This command is used to change the Hubs name. Enter the new hub name Select submit

40 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Set Channel Names Select the channel Enter the new channel name Select submit This command is used to set the channel names. The channel selected will then change to the specified setting.

41 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Set Duplicate Outlet Source Select the source outlet A or B Select submit This command is used to set the duplicate outlet sources. The source selected will then change to the specified setting.

42 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Set Outlet Background Colour Select an outlet Select the required background colour Select submit This command is used to set the outlet background colour. The outlet selected will then change to the specified colour setting.

43 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Channel Access Control These pages are used to set users channel access permissions: Select the required channels Select submit The channel selected will then be available to the relevant user.

44 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Set Serial Control Comms Mode Select the serial communications mode if applicable: RS232 or RS485 Select Submit This page is used to set the serial communications mode : The channel mode will then be available to the relevant control device.

45 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Tuners Switch tuner channel ON or OFF Set the frequency of individual channels Select Submit This page is used to set the tuners if installed: The tuner status and frequency will then be set.

46 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E RF Input Level Select either Antenna Amplifier or CATV feed Select Submit This page is used to set the tuners RF input level, if installed: The RF Input level will then be set.

47 MediaStar Compact Training Slides Rev. E Set Menu Password Create or reset the system password If the password field is left blank, no password is required in future Select Submit This page is used to set a new Menu password: The new password will be set.


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