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95 REMOTE WEB ACCESS Current Status No. Item Description 1 Current Status Display current antenna status. 2 Status Display current antenna status. - Search 1: a search pattern 1 will automatically be initiated when the ship’s heading input does not exist / is failed. The search cycle will repeat until the antenna receives the lock signal from the modem or the DVB transponder of the target satellite is decoded by the antenna. - Search 2: is reserved for future use. - Search 3: a search pattern 3 will automatically be initiated when AGC / SIG falls below the current tracking level threshold value. Once the desired signal is found and above the predefined tracking threshold, the ACU will enter to tracking mode. - Tracking: antenna is tracking the target satellite. - Initialize: antenna or ACU is initializing. - Block: satellite signal is being blocked. - Setup: antenna is in SETUP mode. - Communication: antenna is able to be communicated with ACU. 3 Common Display current LNB local frequency and signal level. 4 TX Enable Display whether or not the antenna is able to transmit the data. The TX function will only be enabled (shows BLUE dot ) only if all of the factors listed below shows “BLUE” dot. Exception: If “Use TX Mute” is set as “NO”, the TX function will be enabled regardless of which factor listed below shows “gray” dot or “red” dot. - Enable Mode: antenna is not in SETUP mode. - Blockage: antenna is not facing the predefined block zone(s). - Pointing: antenna is pointing to the target satellite. - Modem Lock: satellite modem is sending a logic input to the ACU to identify when the antenna tracks on the correct satellite. - LNB Rotate: LNB is not rotating. 1 2 3 4
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v80G – Marine Satellite Communication System 96 Ship Information No. Item Description 1 Ship Information Display GPS and ship’s gyro information. 2 GPS Display current GPS information. - Longitude (East / West) - Latitude (North / South) 3 Bow Offset Display and set bow offset if needed. 4 Heading Device Current device: set ship’s heading device. (NONE, NMEA, NMEA 2000, Ground test) If the ship’s gyro input is other than NMEA separate purchase of GYRO Converter is required. - Heading: set ship’s heading information. 1 2 3 4 Ensure the Edit Enable check box is enabled before modifying the settings.
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97 REMOTE WEB ACCESS Antenna Position 1 Antenna Position Display current antenna position. 2 Current Antenna Position Display current antenna position. - Relative Azimuth: display antenna relative AZ angle. - Absolute Azimuth: display antenna absolute AZ angle. - Elevation: display antenna elevation angle. - LNB Pol Angle: display LNB pol angle. - Heading: display ship’s heading information. 3 Manual Movement Move antenna azimuth and elevation angles and LNB pol angle to find the desired satellite manually.
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  • Fall '19
  • Wind, Coaxial cable, Satellite television, arrow keys, NMEA 0183

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