Sony EXECUTIVE / MiniDome OSD user manual

User manual for the device Sony EXECUTIVE / MiniDome OSD

Device: Sony EXECUTIVE / MiniDome OSD
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EXECUTIVE / MiniDome
OSD








USERS MANUAL
USING THE MOTOSAT DISH POINTING SYSTEM
EXECUTIVE / MiniDome OSD





MotoSAT Corporation
Created April 22, 2003
1-800-247-7486

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CONGRATULATIONS! …on your purchase of your Satellite RV-TV system from MotoSAT. We are excited here at MotoSAT to introduce to you the cutting edge of Satellite technology. The features of the new dish positioning system will have you feeling in total control. SYSTEM FEATURES • Totally automated. Just select “Find Satellite” and the dish will do the rest • Control your satellite system with your receivers remote control • On-Screen menus allow for easy configuration of your sys

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Do You Have The Right Receiver?………………………….…. 4 MotoSAT Shipped Components………………………………... 4 The MotoSAT Positioner………………………………………… 5 How to Reset Memory …………………………………… 5 Functions of your MotoSAT System………………………….. 6 Using your MotoSAT System…………………………………... 7 THE MAIN MENU SCREEN……………………………………… 8 Changing receiver output between channel 3 and 4 THE SETUP SCREEN………………………………………….... 11 THE INFORMATION SCREEN…………………………………. 12 THE DIAGNOSTIC SCREEN

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DO YOU HAVE THE RIGHT RECEIVER? Note: Receivers with remotes that do not output Infrared will not operate the OSD. Your MotoSAT dish will work with most all new receivers, but some of the older receivers may not operate properly. Please make sure that your receiver type is listed below*: DISH NETWORK - The Positioner will operate with most all Dish Network Satellite Receivers, past and current (some exceptions may apply, see above). Please consult MotoSAT Technical support with any

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THE MotoSAT Executive OSD Positioner NOTE – You will need to place the MotoSAT Positioner (OSD) inside the same cabinet that your receiver is located. Wireless communication is happening between the MotoSAT Positioner and the TV Receiver that is not possible when units are separated (see Figure 1). LIGHTS & BUTTONS GREEN LIGHT - The green light on the far-left side of the front panel shows that the Dish LNB is getting power from the Satellite TV Receiver. RED LIGHT 1 – The firs

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FUNCTIONS OF YOUR MotoSAT SYSTEM AUTOMATIC SEARCH AND LOCK ON THE CORRECT SATELLITE MotoSAT gives you on-screen control of your satellite system. No matter where you find yourself in the United States, your system is smart enough to make sure you have connected to the satellite of your choice. Simply choose “Find Satellite” on the Main Menu screen displayed on your TV and follow the on-screen instructions. STOWING THE DISH Stowing the dish is only necessary when using the MotoSAT

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CHANGING REMOTE CONTROL TYPE Your installer normally sets this function. However, you may have purchased a new Satellite Receiver, in which case, you will need to tell the MotoSAT positioner which kind of Satellite Receiver you are now using. Holding the front panel button in for 30 seconds can also do this function. If the power button is held in for 30 seconds it will also erase satellites stored in memory. (See POWER pg. 4 for details). To make this selection, please go to the “Opt

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USING YOUR MotoSAT SYSTEM There are four basic operations that you will use any time you want to watch television. 1. TURNING ON THE SYSTEM 2. FINDING SATELLITE 3. STOWING THE DISH 4. TURNING OFF THE SYSTEM Of course there are many other functions you may perform, but for now, let’s focus on getting the TV working. TURNING ON THE SYSTEM Two things need to be turned ON in order for your system to function. • The MotoSAT Positioner box • Your television NOTE: Your Sat

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THE MAIN MENU SCREEN If you do not see the MotoSAT Screen appear when you power up the system, please go to TROUBLESHOOTING at the end of the manual. FIND SATELLITE - While the Main Menu screen is on your TV screen, use your Receiver’s Remote to navigate this screen. In this case, you will be using the UP and DOWN arrows on the remote control. Highlight the “Find Satellite” command and then press the “SELECT” button on your remote. This menu will appear: Choose State Menu

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Please choose the city you are in or closest to. Once you do that, the below menu will appear and the dish will start to move automatically. Note: Pressing the #1 button at this time will open up the receivers Signal Strength Menu and allow you to monitor the satellite finding and peaking process. Searching Menu Once the dish has found satellite, the MotoSAT screens will disappear, and you will be watching TV. POWER BUTTON MENU When you’re watching TV and you hit th

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The Main Menu allows you to perform some basic operations. It also shows which Satellite TV service you are subscribed and whether or not your dish has ever tested. SETUP SCREEN Choosing INFORMATION, DIAGNOSTICS, OPTIONS, and SATELLITE SETUP will take you to those screens. TEST DISH - Selecting Test Dish will put the dish through a full motor and limit test. This is normally performed by your installer, and we recommend you run a Test Dish anytime you have a Motor Erro

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The information screen shows manufacturing information about your system. When it was built, and who it was built by… which of course is MotoSAT. Also included is MotoSAT’s address, phone numbers and web site as well as Hardware and Software Revision information. DIAGNOSTICS SCREEN This screen is used by MotoSAT technical support to help trouble shoot your system when things go wrong. The information here lets us pinpoint a problem so that it can be fixed as quickly as possi

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STOW DISH ON - You have the option of having the dish stow when Power is turned off, when AC power is turned off and when the signal is lost (a nice safety feature for when you drive off with the dish up). You may change these options to NO by selecting them with your remote and pressing the LEFT and RIGHT keys. SENSITIVITY - 18-inch dishes should be set to 3. 24-inch dishes it should be set to 5. DISH SIZE – Depending on which size dish you ordered

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Power Control Cable Out to TV Antenna In Video Data Interface Satellite In + - or Out (LNB) Ignition Dry-Camping connection Stow SATELLITE SETUP SCREEN The great thing about your satellite system is that you can switch from one satellite to another at will to take advantage of different programming on different satellites. Note: some receivers may not load their Guide properly on alternate satellites. This is

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Satellite Options To get to the Satellite Options Screen press the Select or OK button on a highlighted satellite on the satellite setup screen. Note: You can not change the options on the satellite that is considered the default. If you select the default satellite, nothing will happen. If you select one of the other satellites then you may press the select or OK button to make it the default or the 5 button to delete it. WIRING DIAGRAM A professional installer should h

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MotoSAT WIRING DIAGRAM 16

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MotoSAT Positioner (Rear view) Rear View Pins 1 2 3* 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9 Pin Power Control Cable Out to TV Antenna In Video Data Interface Satellite In + - or Out (LNB) Ignition * Dry-Camping connection *Ignition = When 12 to 24 VDC is applied to pin 3 the dish will return to stowed position automatically. **Pin 9 – Purple wire going to this position is optional. Positioner

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Dry-Camping (Energy Conservation Wiring Option) TV Output DRY-CAMPING - This Dry Camping connection allows you to conserver power by turning off the MotoSAT positioner after you’ve found satellite. This Cable must be connected for this option to work. When ON Satellite, simply turn OFF your OSD Positioner. All power to the Positioner will be disconnected and your system will continue to operate by bypassing the MotoSAT Positioner. There will be no usage of power by the Positio

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TROUBLESHOOTING THE MOTOSAT SCREEN DOES NOT APPEAR 1. If you can’t get a MotoSAT menu to appear on your television, make sure it isn’t something simple like cables not being connect properly or that the power is OFF on your Television, TV Receiver, or MotoSAT positioner. 2. Next… It may be that your Television is on the wrong channel. Turn the Television channel to 3… and if that doesn’t work… Change it to 4. (In this case you are not changing the Satellite Receiver Channels,

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FIGURE 1 Proper Placement of Equipment Receiver has to be placed just back of clear plastic front. If placed forward of this location it will cause error “Please Wait” because the Positioner cannot communicate with the receiver. Approximate set back distance is 1/4” 22


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