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NOTE: DVB and NBD parameter settings should only be changed by an authorized service technician. Improper setting of these parameters will render your system inoperable. Consult Intellian for changing antenna parameters.
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v80G – Marine Satellite Communication System 88 Display antenna versions and parameters Tilt Sensor Bias - Tilt sensor bias: Adjust the two solid-state tilt sensors used to provide absolute cross-level tilt of the antenna and elevation feedback to eliminate long-term pointing drift (error). Tilt bias is required to be adjusted when the antenna control board or sensor box is replaced. Check and see if the bubble is located at the center of the level vial. - Ready: Make elevation angle go to 0º for tilt sensor bias adjustment. Conical Range - Conical rage: set conical range while the antenna is on tracking mode. EL Adjust - EL adjust: The elevation adjustment is to offset the angle difference between the mechanical elevation angle and actual elevation angle. Diagnosis, Search Parameter & Sensor Adjust Set the tilt sensors and calibrate rate sensors. Set the antenna search parameters. Run an antenna diagnostic test.
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89 PC CONTROLLER SOFTWARE Rate Sensor - Rate sensor: Rate sensor is to calibrate DC voltage output from the three rate sensors used to sense antenna motion in azimuth, elevation and cross-level axes. The DC voltage output from each of the rate sensors may vary by an amount which is directly proportional to the direction and rate of motion induced on it. Before calibrating the rate sensors located at the Sensor box, make sure that the antenna is placed on a rigid and flat platform. During the calibration process, the antenna should avoid any motion as it can affect the antenna’s performance. After clicking the “Rate Sensor Bias Check” button, the green dot will be displayed as a ready signal to calibrate the gyro sensor. The red dot (fail) or blue dot (pass) will be displayed once the calibration is completed. Idle Mode - Idle mode: Release the elevation and cross level motor brakes while the antenna is in SETUP mode. The antenna can be moved manually during idle mode. Diagnosis - Diagnosis: The system can carry out the selected full diagnostic test “Test All” or single diagnostic test. The software will display the diagnostic test results (Blue dot represents “normal”, red represents “abnormal”, yellow represents “skip test” and green represents “the diagnostic test is under process”).
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REMOTE WEB ACCESS Introduction Main Page Antenna Settings General Information Current Status Ship Information Antenna Position Tracking Information Parameter Setting Modem Setting Block Zone Setting Diagnosis Satellite Information Antenna / ACU Firmware Upgrade Firmware Upgrade Roll Back Upgrade Log Antenna Log Ethernet-to-Serial Settings Wireless Setting Network Setting Serial Setting SNMP Setting Change Password E2S (Ethernet-to-Serial) Upgrade Save & Reboot Access Log
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91 REMOTE WEB ACCESS Introduction With embedded remote access function, the v-Series can be monitored, controlled, and diagnosed remotely from anywhere, anytime through the TCP/IP protocol.
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