Grundig SAT Systems HEADEND RECEIVER MODULATOR HRM 391 TWIN ENGLISH

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Grundig SAT Systems

HEADEND RECEIVER MODULATOR HRM 391 TWIN

ENGLISH

CONTENTS 3

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General Scope of delivery Technical data The terrestrial cassette HRM 391 TWIN

4

General/Connecting Installing the cassette into the head station and connecting

5

The Menu Guide

6

Settings Programming the cassette Selecting the cassette and the channel set Selecting the output channel Selecting the input channel Setting the picture-to-sound carrier spacing Saving all settings Adjusting the output level

Service (at the end of this user manual)

2

GENERAL

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Scope of delivery 1 cassette HRM 391 TWIN 2 connecting cable 2 distance adapter 1 user manual

Technical Data This product conforms with the requirements of the 73/23/EC and 89/336/EC guidelines of the European Council. The standards EN 50083-1, EN 50083-2, EN 60065 and EN 60555-2 required for the CE certification are kept to. Input Band I....V, CCIR Frequency range: Channels: Input level: Nominal input impedance: Output Band I/III, CCIR: Converter A, band I Frequency range: Channels: Converter B, band III Frequency range: Channels: Output level: Output impedance: Frequency tuning of the output channel picture carrier:

48.25 MHz....62.25 MHz C2....C4 119.25 MHz....327.25 MHz S3....S24 included C5....C12 typ. 98 dBµV 75 Ohm, nominal ±4.00 MHz in 62.5 KHz steps

2 IEC sockets IEC socket for all supply voltages and the I 2 C bus

ENGLISH

Connectors: RF input: Modulator: 10-pin connector strip:

48.25 MHz....855.25 MHz C2....C69, S2....S41 min. 75 dBµV, max. 85 dBµV 75 Ohm

Subject to alterations and errors!

3

GENERAL, CONNECTING _______________________________________________________

The terrestrial cassette HRM 391 TWIN This cassette is controlled by the GRUNDIG head stations STC 80, STC 880, STC 1200 or STC 332. Note: Please observe that when equipping existing head stations with new cassettes it might be necessary to exchange the microprocessor in the control unit. This cassette requires a control unit with the following software version: – STC 80 or 880: .29 or higher, – STC 1200: .06 or higher, – STC 332: V.10 or higher. It is possible to call up and to display the software version of the microprocessor as follows. 1 Press and hold down the + und MODE button at the same time until the following occurs: – The display turns dark. After about 5 seconds appears, for example, “XXXXX-XXX .06” (= Part-No.), the last two digits indicating the software version, “.06” in the example. This cassette contains 2 channel sets (A and B). A channel set consists of a terrestrial tuner, the circuits for processing the video and audio signals, and a mixer for processing one TV channel. The 2 channel sets of one cassette are indicated as Box A and Box B in the display of the control unit. The two input signals are converted according to the cassette specification, then unified in a combiner and passed via an RF output socket to the RF collector. The common output level (channel sets A and B) of the twin cassette can be adjusted by means of the mechanical level control (max. – 20 dB) on the output collector.

Installing the cassette into the head station and connecting Caution ! Before fitting a new cassette or replacing an existing one, it is absolutely necessary to disconnect the mains plug from the head station. 1 Plug the cassette into a free extension slot of the head station and fix it. 2 Connect the two TV input cables. 3 Reconnect the head station to the mains power supply. 4 The cassette is now connected with all necessary supply voltages, data lines and ready for use.

4

THE MENU GUIDE

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Note: When in a menu, use the ľ ı buttons to select the desired setting, then the + or – buttons to change the settings. If no setting is changed during several minutes, the display is switched off and all settingschanged before are restored if they have not been saved with the M button.

(MAIN/SUB)

(MAIN/SUB)

ON – Please wait

+/ –

select cassette and channel set A/B

Bx 1A

TWIN/TERR.

C2-C4/S3-S24

C4

Bx 1A Level

TWIN/TERR. HF

Out:

0

– /+

change RF output level

M MODE (MAIN/SUB)

+/ –

output channel Ł

≥ 2 sec.

finetune ĵ back

Bx 1A

OUTPUT:

C2

AUSGANGSKANÄLE A/B OUTPUT CHANNELS A/B

MODE

ĵ

Ł

select channel or finetune

+/ –

Bx 1A

INPUT:

C12

Fine

0

change setting MODE

Bx 1A

PICT- SOUND

Pic/Snd

normal

M Bx 1A

TWIN/TERR.

C2-C4/S3-S24

C2

ENGLISH

+/ –

change picture/sound carrier setting

5

SETTINGS

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Programming the cassette Programming of the cassette is effected eclusively via the keyboard of the head stations's control unit. The user is guided by means of the two-line display on the control unit.

(MAIN/SUB)

You may select the following menu items with the button: 01. Cassette selection, channel set A or B. 02. Output channel / Finetuning (Offset) 03. Input frequency / Finetuning 04. Picture-to-sound carrier spacing (to be modified only in exceptional cases).

Selecting the cassette (Bx No.) and the channel set (A/B) Bx 1A

TWIN/TERR.

S3-S24

C4

1 The first menu, e.g. “Bx 1A TWIN/TERR.” appears in the display of the control unit. Use the + or – button to select the desired cassette (Bx No.) and channel set (A or B).

Selecting the output channel Bx 1A

OUTPUT :

C4

Bx 1A

1 Press the MODE button. The “OUTPUT” menu appears in the display. Note: To give you an overview, the programmed output channels of one cassette can be displayed at the same time by pressing the universal button (MAIN/SUB) as often as required.

OUTPUT :

C2

2 Use the + or – button to select the desired output channel. Note: If adjacent channels should disturb the reception, you may finetune the selected output channel. Caution ! This frequency finetuning (offset) should only be used in exceptional cases, as it requires all TV sets which are connected to the cable system to match this setting by effecting a corresponding finetuning correction.

Selecting the frequency finetuning (offset) Bx 1A C2

6

OUTPUT : Fine

0

3 Press the ı button until “Fine 0” appears in addition in the display, then use the + or – button to select a different “Fine” setting. Press the ľ button to return to the “OUTPUT” menu.

SETTINGS __________________________________________________________________________________

Selecting the input channel Bx 1A

INPUT :

C 12

Fine

0

1 Press the MODE button. The “INPUT” menu appears in the display. 2 Use the + or – button to select the desired input channel. 3 Press the ı button until “Fine 0 ” appears in addition in the display, then use the + or – button to finetue until the picture and sound quality is to your convenience.

Setting the picture-to-sound carrier spacing Bx 1A

PICT– SOUND

Pic/Snd:

– 3 dB

1 Press the MODE button. The “PICT-SOUND” menu appears in the display. Note: If the picture are distorted (moire 1,07 MHz ), you may cut the two sound carriers by ca. 3 dB. 2 Use the + or – button to change the setting to –3 dB.

Saving all settings Attention ! If you wish to restore the old settings, press the MODE button until the first menu, e.g. “Bx 1A TWIN/TERR.” appears in the display then select another cassette number (e.g. „Bx 2A“). The initial settings then are re-activated. Bx 1A

TWIN/TERR.

C2-C4/S3-S24

C2

1 Press the M button to save the new settings. – The first menu, e.g. “Bx 1A TWIN/TERR.” re-appears in the display.

Adjusting the output level Different output levels of the two channel sets A and B can be adjusted to each other by means of the control unit of the head station. 1 Press the MODE button until the first menu, e.g. “Bx 1A appears in the display.

Level

TWIN/TERR. HF

Out :

2 Press the universal button (MAIN/SUB). The output level setting appears in the display.

0

3 Use the – or + button to select a setting between 0 and –7 then press the M button to save the setting.

ENGLISH

Bx 1A

TWIN/TERR.”

7

SERVICE

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CCIR-Kanalraster/CCIR Channel Steps/Pas de canaux CCIR Bild-Ton-Abstand: 5,5 MHz / Video-audio distance: 5.5 MHz / Ecart vidéo/audio: 5,5 MHz Kanal

Freq. BT in MHz

Kanal

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Kanal

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Kanal

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Chann.

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C 12 C 13 C 14 S 12 S 13 S 14 S 15 S 16 S 17 S 18 S 19 S 10 C 15 C 16 C 17 C 18 C 19 C 10 C 11 C 12 S 11 S 12 S 13 S 14 S 15

48,25 55,25 62,25 112,25 119,25 126,25 133,25 140,25 147,25 154,25 161,25 168,25 175,25 182,25 189,25 196,25 203,25 210,25 217,25 224,25 231,25 238,25 245,25 252,25 259,25

S 16 S 17 S 18 S 19 S 20 S 21 S 22 S 23 S 24 S 25 S 26 S 27 S 28 S 29 S 30 S 31 S 32 S 33 S 34 S 35 S 36 S 37 S 38 S 39 S 40

266,25 273,25 280,25 287,25 294,25 303,25 311,25 319,25 327,25 335,25 343,25 351,25 359,25 367,25 375,25 383,25 391,25 399,25 407,25 415,25 423,25 431,25 439,25 447,25 455,25

S 41 C 21 C 22 C 23 C 24 C 25 C 26 C 27 C 28 C 29 C 30 C 31 C 32 C 33 C 34 C 35 C 36 C 37 C 38 C 39 C 40 C 41 C 42 C 43 C 44

463,25 471,25 479,25 487,25 495,25 503,25 511,25 519,25 527,25 535,25 543,25 551,25 559,25 567,25 575,25 583,25 591,25 599,25 607,25 615,25 623,25 631,25 639,25 647,25 655,25

C 45 C 46 C 47 C 48 C 49 C 50 C 51 C 52 C 53 C 54 C 55 C 56 C 57 C 58 C 59 C 60 C 61 C 62 C 63 C 64 C 65 C 66 C 67 C 68 C 69

663,25 671,25 679,25 687,25 695,25 703,25 711,25 719,25 727,25 735,25 743,25 751,25 759,25 767,25 775,25 783,25 791,25 799,25 807,25 815,25 823,25 831,25 839,25 847,25 855,25

France-Kanalraster/France Chann. Steps/Pas de canaux en France Bild-Ton-Abstand: 6,5 MHz / Video-audio distance: 6.5 MHz / Ecart vidéo/audio: 6,5 MHz Kanal

Freq. BT in MHz

Kanal

Freq. BT in MHz

Kanal

Freq. BT in MHz

Kanal

Freq. BT in MHz

Chann.

Frequ. in MHz

Chann.

Frequ. in MHz

Chann.

Frequ. in MHz

Chann.

Frequ. in MHz

Canal

Fréqu. en MHz

Canal

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C 21 C 22 C 23 C 24 C 25 C 26 C 27 C 28 C 29 C 30 C 31 C 32 C 33

471,25 479,25 487,25 495,25 503,25 511,25 519,25 527,25 535,25 543,25 551,25 559,25 567,25

C 34 C 35 C 36 C 37 C 38 C 39 C 40 C 41 C 42 C 43 C 44 C 45 C 46

575,25 583,25 591,25 599,25 607,25 615,25 623,25 631,25 639,25 647,25 655,25 663,25 671,25

C 47 C 48 C 49 C 50 C 51 C 52 C 53 C 54 C 55 C 56 C 57 C 58 C 59

679,25 687,25 695,25 703,25 711,25 719,25 727,25 735,25 743,25 751,25 759,25 767,25 775,25

C 60 C 61 C 62 C 63 C 64 C 65 C 66 C 67 C 68 C 69

783,25 791,25 799,25 807,25 815,25 823,25 831,25 839,25 847,25 855,25

SERVICE _________________________________________________

OIRT-Kanalraster/OIRT Channel Steps/Pas de canaux OIRT Bild-Ton-Abstand: 6,5 MHz / Video-audio distance: 6.5 MHz / Ecart vidéo/audio: 6,5 MHz Kanal

Freq. BT in MHz

Kanal

Freq. BT in MHz

Kanal

Freq. BT in MHz

Kanal

Freq. BT in MHz

Chann.

Frequ. in MHz

Chann.

Frequ. in MHz

Chann.

Frequ. in MHz

Chann.

Frequ. in MHz

Canal

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R 11 R 12 R 13 R 14 R 15 s 11 s 12 s 13 s 14 s 15 s 16 s 17 s 18 R 16 R 17 R 18 R 19 R 10 R 11 R 12 s 19 s 10 s 11 s 12 s 13

49,75 59,25 77,25 85,25 93,25 111,25 119,25 127,25 135,25 143,25 151,25 159,25 167,25 175,25 183,25 191,25 199,25 207,25 215,25 223,25 231,25 239,25 247,25 255,25 263,25

s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

271,25 279,25 287,25 295,25 303,25 311,25 319,25 327,25 335,25 343,25 351,25 359,25 367,25 375,25 383,25 391,25 399,25 407,25 415,25 423,25 431,25 439,25 447,25 455,25 463,25

C 21 C 22 C 23 C 24 C 25 C 26 C 27 C 28 C 29 C 30 C 31 C 32 C 33 C 34 C 35 C 36 C 37 C 38 C 39 C 40 C 41 C 42 C 43 C 44 C 45

471,25 479,25 487,25 495,25 503,25 511,25 519,25 527,25 535,25 543,25 551,25 559,25 567,25 575,25 583,25 591,25 599,25 607,25 615,25 623,25 631,25 639,25 647,25 655,25 663,25

C 46 C 47 C 48 C 49 C 50 C 51 C 52 C 53 C 54 C 55 C 56 C 57 C 58 C 59 C 60 C 61 C 62 C 63 C 64 C 65 C 66 C 67 C 68 C 69

671,25 679,25 687,25 695,25 703,25 711,25 719,25 727,25 735,25 743,25 751,25 759,25 767,25 775,25 783,25 791,25 799,25 807,25 815,25 823,25 831,25 839,25 847,25 855,25

GB-Kanalraster/GB Channel Steps/Pas de canaux en GB Bild-Ton-Abstand: 6,0 MHz / Video-audio distance: 6.0 MHz / Ecart vidéo/audio: 6,0 MHz Kanal

Freq. BT in MHz

Kanal

Freq. BT in MHz

Kanal

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Kanal

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Chann.

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A B C D E F G H I J C 21 C 22 C 23 C 24 C 25

45,75 53,75 61,75 175,25 183,25 191,25 199,25 207,25 215,25 223,25 471,25 479,25 487,25 495,25 503,25

C 26 C 27 C 28 C 29 C 30 C 31 C 32 C 33 C 34 C 35 C 36 C 37 C 38 C 39 C 40

511,25 519,25 527,25 535,25 543,25 551,25 559,25 567,25 575,25 583,25 591,25 599,25 607,25 615,25 623,25

C 41 C 42 C 43 C 44 C 45 C 46 C 47 C 48 C 49 C 50 C 51 C 52 C 53 C 54 C 55

631,25 639,25 647,25 655,25 663,25 671,25 679,25 687,25 695,25 703,25 711,25 719,25 727,25 735,25 743,25

C 56 C 57 C 58 C 59 C 60 C 61 C 62 C 63 C 64 C 65 C 66 C 67 C 68 C 69

751,25 759,25 767,25 775,25 783,25 791,25 799,25 807,25 815,25 823,25 831,25 839,25 847,25 855,25

SERVICE _________________________________________________

China-Kanalraster/China Channel Steps/Pas de canaux en China Bild-Ton-Abstand: 6,5 MHz / Video-audio distance: 6.5 MHz / Ecart vidéo/audio: 6,5 MHz Kanal

Freq. BT in MHz

Kanal

Freq. BT in MHz

Kanal

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Kanal

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Chann.

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Chann.

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D 11

49,75 Z 14

272,25

D 13

471,25

D 38

711,25

D 12

57,75 Z 15

280,25

D 14

479,25

D 39

719,25

D 13

65,75 Z 16

288,25

D 15

487,25

D 40

727,25

D 14

77,25 Z 17

296,25

D 16

495,25

D 41

735,25

D 15

85,25 Z 18

304,25

D 17

503,25

D 42

743,25

Z 11

112,25 Z 19

312,25

D 18

511,25

D 43

751,25

Z 12

120,25 Z 20

320,25

D 19

519,25

D 44

759,25

Z 13

128,25 Z 21

328,25

D 20

527,25

D 45

767,25

Z 14

136,25 Z 22

336,25

D 21

535,25

D 46

775,25

Z 15

144,25 Z 23

344,25

D 22

543,25

D 47

783,25

Z 16

152,25 Z 24

352,25

D 23

551,25

D 48

791,25

Z 17

160,25 Z 25

360,25

D 24

559,25

D 49

799,25

D 16

168,25 Z 26

368,25

D 25

607,25

D 50

807,25

D 17

176,25 Z 27

376,25

D 26

615,25

D 51

815,25

D 18

184,25 Z 28

384,25

D 27

623,25

D 52

823,25

D 19

192,25 Z 29

392,25

D 28

631,25

D 53

831,25

D 10

200,25 Z 30

400,25

D 29

639,25

D 54

839,25

D 11

208,25 Z 31

408,25

D 30

647,25

D 55

847,25

D 12

216,25 Z 32

416,25

D 31

655,25

D 56

855,25

Z 18

224,25 Z 33

424,25

D 32

663,25

D 57

863,25

Z 19

232,25 Z 34

432,25

D 33

671,25

Z 10

240,25 Z 35

440,25

D 34

679,25

Z 11

248,25 Z 36

448,25

D 35

687,25

Z 12

256,25 Z 37

456,25

D 36

695,25

Z 13

264,25 Z 38

464,25

D 37

703,25

SERVICE _________________________________________________

USA-Kanalraster/USA Channel Steps/Pas de canaux en E. U. A. Bild-Ton-Abstand: 4,5 MHz / Video-audio distance: 4.5 MHz / Ecart vidéo/audio: 4,5 MHz Kanal

Freq. BT in MHz

Kanal

Freq. BT in MHz

Kanal

Freq. BT in MHz

Kanal

Freq. BT in MHz

Chann.

Frequ. in MHz

Chann.

Frequ. in MHz

Chann.

Frequ. in MHz

Chann.

Frequ. in MHz

Canal

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c 12 c 13 c 14 c 15 c 16 A B C D E F G H I c 17 c 18 c 19 c 10 c 11 c 12 c 13 J K L M N O

55,25 61,25 67,25 77,25 83,25 121,25 127,25 133,25 139,25 145,25 151,25 157,25 163,25 169,25 175,25 181,25 187,25 193,25 199,25 205,25 211,25 217,25 223,25 229,25 235,25 241,25 247,25

P Q R S T U V W c 14 c 15 c 16 c 17 c 18 c 19 c 20 c 21 c 22 c 23 c 24 c 25 c 26 c 27 c 28 c 29 c 30 c 31 c 32

253,25 259,25 265,25 271,25 277,25 283,25 289,25 295,25 471,25 477,25 483,25 489,25 495,25 501,25 507,25 513,25 519,25 525,25 531,25 537,25 543,25 549,25 555,25 561,25 567,25 573,25 579,25

c 33 c 34 c 35 c 36 c 37 c 38 c 39 c 40 c 41 c 42 c 43 c 44 c 45 c 46 c 47 c 48 c 49 c 50 c 51 c 52 c 53 c 54 c 55 c 56 c 57 c 58 c 59

585,25 591,25 597,25 603,25 609,25 615,25 621,25 627,25 633,25 639,25 645,25 651,25 657,25 663,25 669,25 675,25 681,25 687,25 693,25 699,25 705,25 711,25 717,25 723,25 729,25 735,25 741,25

c 60 c 61 c 62 c 63 c 64 c 65 c 66 c 67 c 68 c 69 c 70 c 71 c 72 c 73 c 74 c 75 c 76 c 77 c 78 c 79 c 80 c 81 c 82 c 83

747,25 753,25 759,25 765,25 771,25 777,25 783,25 789,25 795,25 801,25 807,25 813,25 819,25 825,25 831,25 837,25 843,25 849,25 855,25 861,25 867,25 873,25 879,25 885,25

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