Raymarine Stv 37,45 And 60 2 Installation And Operation 81327 2
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STV Gen2Satellite Television and operation37 45 and 60STV Gen2 and patents noticeAutohelm hsb2 RayTech Navigator Sail Pilot SeaTalk SeaTalkNG SeaTalkHS and Sportpilot are registered trademarks of Raymarine UKLimited RayTalk Seahawk Smartpilot Pathfinder and Raymarine are registered trademarks of Raymarine Holdings LimitedFLIR is a registered trademark of FLIR Systems Inc andor its other trademarks trade names or company names referenced herein are used for identification only and are the property of ownersThis product is protected by patents design patents patents pending or design patents pendingFair Use StatementYou may print no more than three copies of this manual for your own use You may not make any further copies or distribute or use themanual in any other way including without limitation exploiting the manual commercially or giving or selling copies to third 2010 Raymarine UK Ltd All rights number 813272Date 1 Introduction 7 Chapter 4 Maintenance and notices 7 ing 41Important information 7 41 Maintenance 42 42 42Chapter 2 Installation 11 43 Raymarine customer support 4421 Planning 1222 Cables and connections 13 Chapter 5 Satellite information 4523 System options 17 51 Satellite providers 4624 Dual RF STV systems 17 Appendix A Technical specification 4925 Quad RF STV systems 1926 37STV multiswitch connection America and Asiaonly 2127 45 60 STV Multiswitch connections 2228 Installation Mounting 23Chapter 3 System operation and setup 2731 Introduction 2832 Getting started 2833 Setup using the ACU 3034 Applying factory default values 3735 System information 3836 Checking system power 3837 Skew angle 3938 Graphical User Interface 40 56 STV Gen2 installation and 1 Introduction Caution Remove transit packing Before installing or operating the product open the antenna unit cover and remove the foam transitSafety notices packing inserts from the unit base Warning Product installation and Caution Antenna coating operation Do NOT paint or apply any other finish to the antenna This product must be installed and operated in unit This could degrade performance beyond accordance with the instructions provided Failure to acceptable limits do so could result in personal injury damage to your boat andor poor product performance Caution Power supply protection Important information When installing this product ensure the power source is adequately protected by means of a suitablyrated Handbook information fuse or automatic circuit breaker Your STV system provides television access to hundreds of TV channels On the open sea or at the dock the Raymarine Satellite TV system automatically identifies acquires and tracks compatible Caution Use correct lifting point signals from all digital video broadcast DVB satellites When lifting the antenna unit always lift from the base plate Do NOT use the antenna cover or damage to the cover could occur Caution Do not damage connectors Take care to avoid damage to the connectors underneath the antenna base plate when moving the unit Do NOT use these connectors to lift the unit This handbook describes how to install connect and maintain the Raymarine Satellite Television STV system It is used with the following 7 37STV Gen2 Adjust the antenna low noise block LNB as appropriate for the area in which you are operating 45STV Gen2 60STV Gen2 Update the region information using your control unit ACU or a PC running the GUI softwareThese models are supplied in variants appropriate to your region Ensure that your satellite receivers IRDs will operate and receivePlease carefully read and follow the installation operating and DVB broadcasts at your new procedures to ensure optimum performance Important Please refer all servicing component replacement toGeographic location authorized Raymarine agentsYour STV system will operate in various geographic regions Satellite upon the type of satellite signal speaking different regions around the globe use either Up to date coverage maps and satellite information may be foundcircular or linear polarization for DVB satellite broadcasts Each on the appropriate website of your satellite service providerSTV unit is configured to receive either Linear or Circular Television receptionSome examples of regions using circular and linear polarization For full functionality of your STV System you must subscribe to theare below relevant services from the appropriate service providers FullCircular polarization details of service providers are given North AmericaLinear polarization EMC installation guidelines Europe Raymarine equipment and accessories conform to the appropriate Compatibility EMC regulations to minimize Australia interference between equipment and minimize the New Zealand effect such interference could have on the performance of your system China Correct installation is required to ensure that EMC performance is Middle East not compromisedFor further assistance please refer to your regional satellite service For optimum EMC performance we recommend that or Raymarine technical support location Raymarine equipment and cables connected to it areIf you change your area of operation you may need to arrange for At least 1 m 3 ft from any equipment transmitting or to your STV system carrying radio signals eg VHF radios cables and antennas8 STV Gen2 installation and operation In the case of SSB radios the distance should be increased Declaration of conformity to 7 ft 2 m This product conforms with EU Directive 2004108EC and is More than 2 m 7 ft from the path of a radar beam A radar labelled with the CE conformity mark beam can normally be assumed to spread 20 degrees above and below the radiating element Product disposal The product is supplied from a separate battery from that used Dispose of this product in accordance with the WEEE Directive for engine start This is important to prevent erratic behavior and data loss which can occur if the engine start does not have a separate battery Raymarine specified cables are used The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEE Cables are not cut or extended unless doing so is detailed in Directive requires the recycling of waste electrical and electronic the installation manual equipment Whilst the WEEE Directive does not apply to some Raymarine products we support its policy and ask you to be aware Note Where constraints on the installation prevent any of of how to dispose of this product the above always ensure the maximum possible separation between different items of electrical Warranty registration equipment to provide the best conditions for EMC performance throughout the installation To register your STV Satellite television system ownership please take a few minutes to fill out the warranty registration card found in the box or visit and register ferrites It is important that you register your product to receive full cables may be fitted with suppression ferrites These benefits Your unit package includes a bar code label indicating theare important for correct EMC performance If a ferrite has to be serial number of the unit You should stick this label to the for any purpose eg installation or maintenance it must registration cardbe replaced in the original position before the product is usedUse only ferrites of the correct type supplied by dealers Technical accuracy To the best of our knowledge the information in this document wasConnections to other equipment correct at the time it was produced However Raymarine for ferrites on nonRaymarine cables accept liability for any inaccuracies or omissions it may contain In addition our policy of continuous product improvement may changeIf your Raymarine equipment is to be connected to other equipment specifications without notice As a result Raymarine cannot acceptusing a cable not supplied by Raymarine a suppression ferrite liability for any differences between the product and this documentMUST always be attached to the cable near the Raymarine 910 STV Gen2 installation and 2 contents 21 Planning on page 12 22 Cables and connections on page 13 23 System options on page 17 24 Dual RF STV systems on page 17 25 Quad RF STV systems on page 19 26 37STV multiswitch connection America and Asia only on page 21 27 45 60 STV Multiswitch connections on page 22 28 Installation Mounting on page 23Installation 1121 Planning Tools required Tools necessary for supplied Antenna Unit Antenna Control Unit ACU Power drill Installation Kit 5 mm 80 mm 3 in Allen key Bolts hole saw Flat washers Spring washers Self tapping screws 13 mm 12in 11 mm 716in spanner spanner 10 mm 38 in drill Cables 10 m Power cable used for connecting the ACU to the DC power supply 3 m RF cable used for connecting the ACU and Integrated Receiver Socket wrench Crosshead Pencil Decoder IRD screwdriver 15 m RF cable used for connecting the Antenna and ACU 18 m PC cable used for connecting the ACU to a personal computer for 13 mm 12 in system set up and diagnostics socket Documentation Suitable waterproof Adhesive tape sealant D114531 instructions mounting template CD containing Software for running the STV Graphical User Interface GUI on a personal computer PC User documentation in PDF format12 STV Gen2 installation and operation22 Cables and connections STV model RF connectors 37STV 2 RF connectors 45STV and 60STV 2 RF connectorsRF connectors on the underside of the antenna connect the power Applicable to regions with singlesignal and control signals to the control unit ACU frequency band DVB broadcast signals 4 RF connectors Applicable to regions with dual frequency band linear polarized DVB broadcast signals Extending cable runs Note System performance will be reduced if supplied cables are extended If the RF cable supplied as standard is not long enough a 98 ft 30 m cable is available from your Raymarine dealer part number E96008 Connect the longer cable to the supplied 15 m 49 ft RF cable to obtain a total cable length of 147 ft 45 m RF 1 RF 2 RF 1 RF 2 Note Total cable lengths should not exceed 45 m 147 ft System performance can not be guaranteed if cables are extended RF 3 RF 4 Antenna Control Unit ACU The Antenna Control Unit ACU provides all control and powerswitching functions for the antenna Three soft keys enable satellite programming and antenna diagnostics to be carried 13 1 5311 26 17 D1 D11 NMEATwo buttons at the righthand side of the front panel are used with connectorsome setup procedures to provide BACK and ENTER functions Connecting STV to NMEA 0183 GPSThe ACU rear connectors are With the system powered OFF connect an NMEA feed to the ACU DC 9 to 30V for power input for GPS positioning information refer to the following illustration ANT RF1 connects power and signal to the antenna for reference NMEA connects to GPS optional GPS antenna PC INTERFACE connects to PC serial port for remote operation cable from a computer optional RECEIVER connects to the satellite receiver not supplied Red 12 32 V Yellow NMEAout Connector Brown RTCMin MADE IN KOREA ANTRF1 RECEIVER block Green NMEAin Shield 0V ground 15422 DC 9 to 30V FUSE NMEA PC INTERF ACE D1For connection details refer to the installation procedures Pin 1 GPS antenna cable 25 1 17Using GPS with STV D1 Pin 2Your STV system can make use of GPS to improve the DVB signaltracking accuracy Additional cable 37 and 60 STV Gen2 models These have a built in GPS 1 At a suitable point cut your GPS antenna cable receiver for improved tracking accuracy 2 Strip each wire in the GPS and additional cable ready for the connector block 45 STV This can be connected to an NMEA 0183 compatible GPS receiver using the connector provided 3 Connect stripped GPS wires to the connector block matching the wires on either side14 STV Gen2 installation and operation4 Put the NMEA OUT wire yellow in the illustration and ground Always route data cables as far away as possible from wire into the connector block with the corresponding GPS other equipment and cables antenna wires as in the illustration5 Secure all connections in the connector block high current carrying ac and dc power lines6 Connect and secure the free end of the additional cable in the 2 antennae pin plug so that i NMEA OUT connects to pin 1 Power requirements ii Ground connects to pin 2 A Raymarine STV system needs either a 12 V dc or 24 V dc power7 Connect the 2 pin plug to NMEA on the rear of the ACU supply This is connected into the ACU8 Switch on the STV system Grounding cables These grounding requirements are applicable for Raymarine equipment supplied with a separate drain wire or screenCables must be routed correctly to maximize performance andprolong cable life The product power cable drain conductor screen must be connected to a common ground point Do NOT bend cables excessively Wherever possible ensure a minimum bend radius of 100 mm It is recommended that the common ground point is a bonded ground ie with the ground point connected to battery negative and situated as close as possible to the battery negative terminal Minimum bend If a bonded ground system is not possible a nonbonded RF 200 mm 8 in ground may be used diameter Minimum bend of cable Bonded ground system preferred 100 mm 4 in radius Protect all cables from physical damage and exposure to heat Use trunking or conduit where possible Do NOT run cables through bilges or doorways or close to moving or hot objects Secure cables in place using tiewraps or lacing twine Coil any extra cable and tie it out of the way Where a cable passes through an exposed bulkhead or deckhead use a suitable watertight feedthrough D117091 1 2 3 4 Do NOT run cables near to engines or fluorescent 15RF ground system alternative References ISO1013313297 BMEA code of practice NMEA 0400 D117101 1 2 3 41 Power cable to product2 Drain screen3 Bonded preferred or nonbonded RF ground4 Power supply or several items require grounding they may first be connectedto a single local point eg within a switch panel with this pointconnected via a single conductor to the boatscommon ground The preferred minimum requirement for the pathto ground bonded or nonbonded is via a flat tinned copper braidwith a 30 A rating 14 inch or greater If this is not possible anequivalent stranded wire conductor maybe used rated as follows for runs of 1 m 3 ft use 6 mm2 10 AWG or greater for runs of 1 m 3 ft use 8 mm2 8 AWG or greaterIn any grounding system always keep the length of or wires as short as possible Important Do NOT connect this product to a power system16 STV Gen2 installation and operation23 System options 24 Dual RF STV systemsYour Raymarine Satellite TV system can be connected to one ormultiple IRDs to offer the maximum choice of channels to different Connecting a basic systemcabins This section describes the different combinations available Antenna base plateand the method of connecting each variant RF cableEnsure the power supply for the ACU is protected by either a RF 1 RF 25 A quickblow fuse or an equivalent automatic circuit inline on the positive white with red tag wire of thepower cableNote that for all variants the RF1 connector on the ACU must beconnected to the RF1 connector on the antenna base plate IRD not supplied connects to ACU Television M onitor not supplied MADE IN KOREA ANT RF1 RECEIVER D117331 DC 9 to30V FUSE NMEA PC INTERFACE Brown with red sleeve 12 V or 24 V dc Blue with power supply blue sleeve Greenyellow with white sleeve Drain screen Ground 1 Connect an RF cable from the ANT RF1 connector on the ACU to the RF1 connector on the antenna base plate 2 Connect an RF cable from the RECEIVER connector on the ACU to either the LNB ANT or Satellite In connector on the rear of the 173 Connect a 12 V or a 24 V dc supply to the DC 9 to 30V connector The RF connection into the IRD is usually made into the connector on the rear of the ACU labelled LNB ANT or Satellite In4 Refer to the relevant Manufacturers handbook for details on Refer to the relevant Manufacturers handbook for details on configuring your IRD configuring your IRDSystem with 2 IRDs Antenna base plate RF 1 RF 2 IRD2 not supplied RF cable to TV monitor not supplied IRD1 not supplied to TV monitor not supplied ACU MADE IN KOREA ANT RF1 RECEIVER D117321 DC 9 to 30V FUSE NMEA PC INTERFACEPower inYou can connect two IRDs to your antenna as shown in the diagramIn this system one IRD can be set as a two satellite receiver Theother IRD must be set as a one satellite receiver18 STV Gen2 installation and operation25 Quad RF STV systems 2 Connect an RF cable from the RECEIVER connector on the ACU to either the LNB ANT or Satellite In connector on the rear of the IRDConnecting a basic system 3 Connect a 12 V or a 24 V dc supply to the DC 9 to 30V connector on the rear of the ACU Antenna base plate 4 Refer to the relevant Manufacturers handbook for details on RF 1 RF 2 configuring your IRD RF cable System with 2 IRDs RF 3 RF 4 Antenna base plate IRD not supplied RF 1 RF 2 connects to RF 3 RF 4 ACU Television Monitor not supplied IRD2 not supplied MADE IN KOREA ANTRF1 RECEIVER RF cable D115462 DC 9 to30V FUSE NMEA PC INTERF ACE to TV monitor not supplied Brown with red sleeve IRD1 not supplied 12 V or 24 V dc Blue with power supply blue sleeve to TV monitor not supplied Greenyellow with white sleeve ACU Drain screen Ground MADE IN KOREA ANTRF1 RECEIVER 1 Connect an RF cable from the ANT RF1 connector on the ACU D115472 DC 9 to 30V FUSE NMEA PC INTERF ACE to the RF1 connector on the antenna base plate Power inInstallation 19You can connect two IRDs to your antenna as shown in the diagram Antenna base plateIn this system one IRD can be set as a two satellite receiver The RF 1 RF 2other IRD must be set as a one satellite receiverThe RF connection into the IRD is usually made into the LNB ANT or Satellite In RF 3 RF 4Refer to the relevant Manufacturers handbook for details onconfiguring your IRD IRD1 not suppliedSystem with 4 IRDsYou can connect four IRDs to your antenna as shown in the RF cable IRD2 not diagram IRD3 not supplied IRD4 not supplied ACU MADE IN KOREA ANTRF1 RECEIVER D115482 DC 9 to 30V FUSE NMEA PC INTERF ACE Power in The RF cables from the antenna base plate connect to either the LNB ANT or Satellite In connector on the rear of the IRD Refer to the relevant Manufacturers handbook for details on configuring your IRDs20 STV Gen2 installation and operation26 37STV multiswitch connection 1 Antenna base plateAmerica and Asia only 2 ACU 3 with more than 2 IRDs 4 IRDs not suppliedA dual RF STV system operating in a region with circular polarizedDVB signals may include a multiswitch as shown This allows The RF cables from the multiswitch connect to either the LNB ANTconnection of up to 6 IRDs satellite receiver decoders or Satellite In connectors on the rear of the IRDs Refer to the relevant Manufacturers handbook for details on 1 configuring your IRDs RF 1 RF 2 2 MADE IN KOREA ANT RF1 RECEIVER DC 9 to 30V FUSE NMEA PC INTERFACE 12 24 V LNB VHFUHF POWER LNB RHCP13V INPUT 24V DC LHCP 18V 3 Multiswitch OUT 1 OUT 2 OUT 3 OUT 4 OUT 5 OUT 6 4 2127 45 60 STV Multiswitch connections 2 ACU 3 with more than 4 IRDs 4 IRDs not suppliedYou may use a multiswitch connected as shown This of up to 6 IRDs satellite receiver decoders Regions outside of North America and AsiaNorth America and Asia 1 RF 1 RF 2 1 RF 1 RF 2 RF 3 RF 4 2 2 MADE IN KOREA ANT RF1 RECEIVER MADE IN KOREA ANT RF1 RECEIVER FUSE NMEA PC INTERFACE DC 9 to 30V DC 9 to 30V FUSE NMEA PC INTERFACE 12 24 V 12 24 V LNB VHFUHF POWER LNB RHCP13V INPUT 24V DC LHCP 18V 3 Vert LNB RHCP13V Hor VHFUHF V INPUT ertmod POWER 24V DC Hormod LNB LHCP 18V 550 kHz 3 Multiswitch Multiswitch Multiswitch OUT 1 OUT 2 OUT 3 OUT 4 OUT 5 OUT 6 OUT 1 OUT 2 OUT 3 OUT 4 OUT 5 OUT 6 4 4 D119031 D1190411 Antenna base plate 1 Antenna base plate22 STV Gen2 installation and operation2 ACU 28 Installation Mounting3 Multiswitch Antenna position4 IRDs not suppliedThe RF cables from the multiswitch connect to either the LNB ANT Clear view of skyor Satellite In connectors on the rear of the IRDsRefer to the relevant Manufacturers handbook for details onconfiguring your IRDs D114491 The antenna must be installed where There is an all round clear view of the horizon It is not too high above the water the maximum recommended height is one not exceeding half the length of the boat It is as near as possible to the centerline of the boat On a rigid mounting platform that is not subject to excessive vibration Away from the edge of the boat This will minimize excessive motion which can adversely affect reception Clear of any radar beam This could adversely affect antenna operation Above the beam Min 12 m 4 ft In the beam Min 12 m 4 ft D79 501 Below the beam Clear of any object which could block the satellite signal Ensure there is a 15 to 90 look angle at the intended installation 23 90 0 ACU dimensions 0 15 Blocked D79511 Mast 228 mm 90 in 178 mm 70 inACU ACU must be fitted below decks in a position that is Dry Well ventilated Easily accessible Near to the main TV viewing area 185 mm 73 in 22 in 55 mm 217 mm 85 in D115501 Antenna installation The procedures for installing the antenna assembly comprise Preparation remove transit packing Procedure prepare mount and fit antenna24 STV Gen2 installation and preparation 3 Drill four 10 mm holes in the positions indicated1 Remove and retain the bolts and washers securing the antenna A nt Te e m nn a plat B e as e U dome ni t2 Remove the antenna dome and retain in a safe place Dri mm er ns 10 met itio llhol in dia pos e 10 4 Cu mm er 4 80 met t hole inc dia 3 20 h 3 inc hes 114 hes inc 3 mm 2 4 1 4 1 2 mm inc 3 114 hes 228 6 mm 9 inch es es inch 9 mm 6 228 D114521 4 Countersink the mounting holes then smooth the edges of the center hole with a suitable file to avoid damage to the mounting Packing Packing surface restraint restraint 5 Secure the antenna to the base using bolts spring washers and flat washers D1156413 Locate and remove the packing restraints from the antenna assembly4 Replace the antenna dome and secure with the bolts retained 6 1 95 at step 1 D7Antenna installation the mounting surface then fit the antenna1 Using adhesive tape attach the template to the mounting 6 Tighten the bolts to a torque of 221 ftlb 30 Nm to ensure that surface ensuring that it is parallel to your boats center line as the foam sealing ring is compressed to prevent water ingress marked on the template2 Using a suitable hole saw remove the shaded center portion Installing the ACU Use the two fixing brackets supplied to install the ACU These brackets can be fitted to the sides of the unit to provide a top or bottom fix A nt Te e m nn a plat B e as e U ni t Dri mm er ns 10 met itio llhol in dia pos e 10 4 Cu mm er 4 80 met t hole inc dia 3 20 h 3 inc hes 114 hes inc 3 mm 2 4 1 4 1 2 mm inc 3 114 hes 228 6 mm 9 inch es es inch 9 mm 6 228 25 4 Mark the 2 fixing hole positions for each mounting bracket on the mounting surface 5 Using a suitable drill bit drill the 4 holes in the marked positions 6 Where necessary for example on gelcoated surfaces countersink the mounting holes to avoid damage to the mounting surface 7 Using suitable screws secure the ACU into position Ant enna Con rtol Uni t Under shelf mounting Ant enna Con rtol Uni t Desk top mounting D1155111 Select the installation site ensuring that the proposed site meets the criteria described under Planning the ACU installation2 Use the screws from the ACU to fix the mounting brackets to the ACU3 Place the ACU in the position where it is going to be installed26 STV Gen2 installation and 3 System operation and setupChapter contents 31 Introduction on page 28 32 Getting started on page 28 33 Setup using the ACU on page 30 34 Applying factory default values on page 37 35 System information on page 38 36 Checking system power on page 38 37 Skew angle on page 39 38 Graphical User Interface on page 40System operation and setup 2731 Introduction 32 Getting startedThis section of the handbook describes how to set up yourRaymarine Satellite TV system after installation using the ACU or the Switching onGraphical User Interface GUI and includes the following functions Ensure your IRDs and television monitors are switched on System start up Editing satellite information Press the power switch on the ACU to switch on the system Check Change the default satellite Setting antenna parameters on the ACU that the startup screens are displayed in the correct sequence Monitor the antenna status Setting the local frequency Enter set up mode Setting the DiSEqC method Startup sequence Setting your operating region Display versions Start of communication between antenna and the ACU INITIALIZE ACU Setting the default satellites Setting antenna go position RAYMARINE 45 S TV Setting up Remote Control Setting antenna move step Setting the GPS Antenna of the above functions will only be required at initial installation INITIALIZE ANT ENNA RAYMARINE 45 S TVof your system Important Raymarine does not recommend changing the satellite information unless advised to do so by the satellite Antenna is searching for Satellite A provider SEARCH A ASTRA2 HOTBIRD SETUP Note The satellite names shown on the ACU screen are dependent on geographic location and therefore may be different to the names in this manual Operating mode antenna tracking satellite TRACKING A ASTRA2 Note Vertical and horizontal polarization applies to regions with BHOTBIRD SETUP System set with two linear polarization only default satellites TRACKING A ASTRA2 BHOTBIRD TURKSAT System set with three default satellites28 STV Gen2 installation and the target satellite Monitoring antenna operationYour satellite system can be set up to track either two or three With the system switched on and running the ACU display showsdefault satellites depending on your geographical location The the current status of the antenna This can be eithername of the satellite the system is currently tracking is shown inthe top line of the ACU display TRACKING the antenna is tracking the satellite SEARCH the antenna is looking for the satellite UNWRAPPING the antenna is unwrapping cable TRACKI NG A AS T RA2 T RACKI NG A HOT BI RD B HOT BI RD S E TUP B AS TRA2 S ET UP You can check the details of the satellite position by pressing the center soft key Once to see the elevation Twice to see latitude longitude and signal strength System with 2 default satellites Three times to return to the normal operating display Setting sleep mode If the antenna looses the tracking satellite whilst in sleep mode TRACKI NG A AS T RA2 T RACKI NG B HOTBI RD sleep mode is cancelled To register a key on your remote control to B HOT BI RD TURKS AT T URKS AT AS T RA2 access sleep mode see Setting the remote control D115612 1 Press Back to access sleep mode 2 Press Back again to exit sleep mode T RACKI NG A AS TRA2 T RACKI NG C TURKS AT B HOTBI RD S ET UP AS TRA2 HOTBI RD System with 3 default satellites T RACKI NG A AS TRA2 B HOT BI RD S ET UPTo change the default satellite press the left hand soft key The D117382default satellite changes and is automatically tracked by operation and setup 2933 Setup using the ACU Setup routines In setup mode use the PREV or NEXT soft key to select theSetup principles required setup screen For some setup functions you also use the PREV and NEXT softUsing the ACU key to select a particular value For example when setting defaultThe ACU setup mode gives access to a series of setup pages to satellites you use PREV or NEXT cycle through the names ofenable you to adjust the system parameters available satellitesWhen setting up the system from the ACU three keys below the display are used to select and adjust the Editing parameters Some setup screens enable you to edit individual characters and are typically presented in this manner SET SAT PAIR BACK soft key PREV YES NEXT ENTER soft key SAT NAME ASTR A2 BACK INPUT ENTER soft keys On the screen the editable character is indicated by an function soft keys are used only during setup routines cursor under A in this illustration The BACK soft key enables you go to the previous screen To edit the characters 1 With the cursor under the first character use the andor soft The ENTER soft key is used to confirm settings keys to move through the available characters until the requiredYou can character is displayed above the cursor Define a pair or trio of satellites you want to use 2 Press the INPUT soft key to accept the edited character The cursor then moves to the next character Set the system to work with GPS 3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 until you have edited all necessary Edit a range of satellite information characters If you want to change any character use the BACK soft key to move the cursor to the relevant character Set various antenna parameters 4 When you have completed the edit for a screen press the Set the LNB local frequency ENTER soft key to accept the values and move to the next setup screen Set the DiSEqC method Reset the system to factory default values Entering setup modeYou can also use setup mode to manually control the direction thatthe antenna points Enter setup mode as follows30 STV Gen2 installation and operation1 Press the ENTER soft key to display the setup entry page 8 If SETUP MODE is displayed press SETUP MODE YES if you want to remain in setup mode or YES NO NO to reinitialize the system and return to operational mode D115541 Setting the default satellites2 Press the YES soft key to display the SET SAT PAIR screen Use this procedure to set either two or three default satellites This is the first screen in setup mode 1 Carry out the Enter setup mode procedure to display the SET SET SAT PAIR SAT PAIR screen PREV YES NEXT 2 Press the YES soft key to display the SET TRIPLE SAT screen D115561 3 If you are in an area where three satellites are available press YES Otherwise press NO 4 Use the PREV or NEXT soft key to cycle through the the operating region names in the top line of the display 5 When the required satellite name is displayed press theUse this procedure to set the appropriate geographic region SELECT soft key to select this satellite as satellite AWith the ACU in setup mode 6 Repeat steps 4 and 5 to select satellite B1 Use the PREV softkey to display LOAD REGION INFO 7 If you are setting up triple satellites repeat steps 4 and 5 to2 Press the YES to display CONTINENT select satellite C3 Use the PREV or NEXT softkey to cycle through the continent 8 When the SAVE screen is displayed press the YES soft key names in the top line of the display until the required continent name is displayed 9 When the SETUP screen is displayed press either soft key4 Press the SELECT softkey to confirm the continent and display YES if you want to remain in setup mode or REGION NO to reinitialize the system and return to operational mode5 Use the PREV or NEXT softkey to cycle through the region names in the top line of the display until the required region name is displayed Setting the remote control6 Press the SELECT softkey to confirm the region and display Use this procedure to set up your remote control with the ACU the LOAD screen With the ACU in setup mode7 Press either 1 Press NEXT to cycle through the options and display SET YES to load the new settings When the new settings have REMOCON been loaded the system reinitializes automatically 2 Press YES to display the CHANGE SAT set screen NO to return to SETUP MODE without making any changes 3 Press SELECT to display the PRESS A REMOTE KEY screenSystem operation and setup 314 Point your remote control towards the ACU then press the ii Press the INPUT soft key to accept each correct character remote control button that you want to allocate to the selected and move the cursor to the next character function iii Repeat these steps until all correct latitude values have5 Press the same remote control button again to confirm the been entered and the cursor is under the latitude direction selection indicator N north or S south6 If you want to set up another remote function iv Use the N or S softkey to set the appropriate direction i At the ACU press the BACK softkey 6 Press the INPUT softkey to proceed to the SAVE screen ii Press NEXT to select the next function to set up 7 Press either iii Repeat the steps 3 to 6 above for each remote control YES to save your settings or function to be set up NO to cancel the operation and return to the SETUP MODE7 When all required functions have been set for remote control screen press the EXIT softkey to return to the top level of the setup menu Note If your system is connected to a GPS antenna the position will be updated in real timeSetting the GPSWith the ACU in setup mode Satellite information1 Press the NEXT softkey until SET GPS is displayed Important We recommend that you do NOT attempt to edit2 Press YES to enter GPS setup mode and display the satellite information However if you have to do so contact the LONGITUDE screen Raymarine Customer Support Department for advice before3 Set the current longitude as follows making any changes i Use the and softkeys to enter the required value for the character above the cursor underscore The editable parameters are typically in sequence ii Press the INPUT softkey to accept each correct character LONGITUDE in degrees and minutes plus EW selector and move the cursor to the next character iii Repeat these steps until the correct longitude numeric value VER LOWRHCP Vertical low band tracking frequency in MHz has been entered and the cursor is under the longitude and symbol rate in kHz direction indicator E east or W west VER LOW NID Vertical low band network identity NID iv Use the E or W softkey to set the appropriate direction HOR LOWLHCP Horizontal low band tracking frequency in4 Press the INPUT softkey to proceed to the LATITUDE screen MHz and symbol rate in kHz5 Set the current latitude as follows HOR LOW NID Horizontal low band network identity NID i Use the and softkeys to enter the required value for the character above the cursor VER HIGH Vertical high band tracking frequency in MHz and symbol rate in kHz32 STV Gen2 installation and operation VER HIGH NID Vertical high band network identity NID 4 To edit the displayed satellite name press SELECT HOR HIGH Horizontal high band tracking frequency in MHz An edit screen is displayed and symbol rate in kHz 5 Change the displayed name as follows HOR HIGH NID Horizontal high band network identity NID i Use the and softkeys to change the value of the character above the cursor underscore The method of verifying satellite tracking The options are ii Press the INPUT softkey to accept each correct character SIGNAL use only the signal level for tracking and move the cursor to the next character DVB LOCK use only DVB Lock signal for tracking 6 Press the ENTER soft key to confirm the edited data and display the edit screen for the next parameter DVB DECODE verify signal using DVB decoding method for 7 Proceed and edit other satellite information as required Typical tracking parameters available to edit are DSS DECODE decode only DSS Lock signal for tracking LONGITUDE The method of supplying power to the LNB The options are VER LOWRHCP AUTO change voltage to LNB by the IRD voltage This is the RECOMMENDED SETTING VER LOW NID ONLY 13 V always supply 13 V to LNB HOR LOWLHCP ONLY 18 V always supply 18 V to LNB HOR LOW NID The required method of Digital Satellite Equipment Control VER HIGH DiSEqC The options are VER HIGH NID AUTO change signal to LNB by the IRD DiSEqC This is the RECOMMENDED SETTING HOR HIGH ONLY 0 KHZ always supply 0 kHz to LNB HOR HIGH NID ONLY 22KHZ always supply 22 kHz to LNB 8 Press the ENTER button to accept the HOR HIGH NID value and display the VERIFY screenEditing satellite information 9 Use the PREV NEXT and ENTER softkeys to edit the followingWith the ACU in setup mode parameters1 Press the NEXT softkey to cycle through to the EDIT SAT INFO screen VERIFY method for verifying satellite tracking2 Press YES to enter the edit mode VOLTAGE method of supplying power to the LNB A satellite name edit screen is displayed DISEQC digital Satellite Equipment Control Choose3 Use PREV or NEXT to cycle through the available satellites between Auto 0KHz and 22KHzSystem operation and setup 3310 Press ENTER to accept the DISEQC method and display the EL OFFSET SAVE screen USE WRS Applies WRS while antenna is searching for satellite11 Press either OFFSET DIFF Applies Offset Difference YES to save the changes you have made or Editing antenna parameters NO to discard any changes 1 Carry out the Enter setup mode procedure to display the SET The SETUP MODE entry screen is then displayed SAT PAIR screen12 Press either 2 Press the NEXT soft key three times to display the SET ANT YES if you want to use another setup function or PARAMETER screen 3 Press YES to enter parameter edit The PARAM SCAN NO to reinitialize the system using the new settings OFFSET screen is displayed 4 Use the PREV and NEXT soft keys as necessary to display theAntenna parameters parameter you want to change Important We recommend that you do NOT attempt to change 5 To change the displayed parameter press the YES soft key the antenna parameters However if you have to do so contact An edit screen is displayed the Raymarine Customer Support Department for advice before 6 Change the displayed parameter as follows making any changes i Use the and soft keys to change the value of the character above the cursor underscoreThe antenna parameters you can change are typically in sequence ii Press the INPUT soft key to accept each correct character SCAN OFFSET The angle between the marked point on the and move the cursor to the next character subreflector and the datum iii Repeat substeps a b and c until the correct name has been TRACK SCALE To determine the speed at which the antenna entered tracks a satellite A high Track Scale value gives a high tracking 7 Press the ENTER soft key to display the ANOTHER speed PARAMETER screen DETECT LEVEL The basic signal detection level 8 To WRS LEVEL The basic WRS detection level Exit the setup procedure press the NO soft key to display the SAVE screen TRACK OFFSET Set up another antenna parameter press the YES soft key to POWER LEVEL return to the parameter change routine then repeat steps 4 to 8 as necessary DISEQC LEVEL The value that identifies a 22 kHz tone 9 When the SAVE screen is displayed press either OFFSET RH LH The difference value between RHCPLHCP and SCAN OFFSET The YES soft key to save the changes you have made or34 STV Gen2 installation and operation The NO soft key to discard any changes 1 Use the PREV or NEXT soft key to scroll to SINGLE The SETUP MODE entry screen is then displayed 2 Press SELECT to display the LOCAL FREQ edit screen10 Press either 3 Set the required frequency as follows i Use the and soft keys to change the value of the character the YES soft key if you want to use another setup function or above the cursor underscore as necessary the NO soft key to reinitialize the system using the new ii Press the INPUT soft key to accept each correct character settings and move the cursor to the next character iii Repeat substeps a b and c until the correct frequency hasSetting LNB local frequency been enteredWe recommend that you do NOT attempt to change the LNB local 4 Press the ENTER button to accept the frequency value andfrequency display the SAVE screenHowever if you have to do so contact the Raymarine Customer 5 Press eitherSupport Department for advice before making any changes The YES soft key to save the changes you have made or1 Carry out the Enter setup mode procedure to display the SET SAT PAIR screen The NO soft key to discard any changes2 Press the NEXT soft key four times to display the SET LOCAL The SETUP MODE entry screen is then displayed FREQ screen 6 Press either3 Press YES to display the LNB TYPE screen YES if you want to use another setup function or4 Carry out the setting up procedure for single band or universal band as necessary NO to reinitialize the system using the new settings Single band frequencies are Setting universal LNB frequency Asia 11300 Mhz With the LNB TYPE screen displayed Japan 10678 MHz 1 Use the PREV or NEXT soft key to scroll to UNIVERSAL Korea 10750 MHz 2 Press either America 11250 MHz The YES soft key to save the changes you have made or Universal frequencies are The NO soft key to discard any changes Low band 9750 MHz The SETUP MODE entry screen is then displayed High band 10600 MHz 3 Press eitherSetting single band LNB frequency YES if you want to use another setup function orWith the LNB TYPE screen displayed NO to reinitialize the system using the new settingsSystem operation and setup 35Setting the DiSEqC method Antenna move step enables you to manually step the antennaWe recommend that you do NOT attempt to change the DiSEqC to the required horizontal and vertical if you have to do so contact the Raymarine Customer Setting antenna go Department for advice before making any changes 1 Carry out the Enter setup mode procedure to display the SET1 Carry out the Enter setup mode procedure to display the SET SAT PAIR screen SAT PAIR screen 2 Press the PREV soft key five times to display the ANT GO2 Press the NEXT soft key five times to display the USE DISEQC POSITION screen screen 3 Press YES to display the GO TO AZ edit screen3 Press YES to display the DiSEqC edit screen 4 Define the horizontal position to which you want the antenna to4 Use the PREV or NEXT soft keys to select the required DiSEqC move as follows method The options are i Use the and soft keys to change the value of the character USE TO CHANGE BAND DiSEqC used to change high and above the cursor underscore low bands ii Press the INPUT soft key to accept each correct character USE TO CHANGE SAT DiSEqC used to change the satellite and move the cursor to the next character being tracked iii Repeat substeps a b and c until the required value has DO NOT USE DISEQC DiSEqC not used been entered5 Press the ENTER soft key to accept the frequency value and 5 Press the ENTER soft key to confirm the horizontal position and display the SAVE screen display the GO TO EL edit screen6 Press either 6 Using a procedure similar to that in steps 4 and 5 define the vertical position to which you want the antenna to move The YES soft key to save the changes you have made or 7 Press the ENTER soft key to confirm the vertical position and The NO soft key to discard any changes display the GOTO POSITION screen The SETUP MODE entry screen is then displayed 8 Press7 Press either YES to drive the antenna to the position you have set When YES if you want to use another setup function or you no longer need the antenna to point in this direction press the EXIT soft key to return to the SETUP MODE screen NO to reinitialize the system using the new settings NO to return to the ANT GO POSITION screenManually directing the antenna Setting antenna move stepYou can use the ACU to manually control the antenna The options 1 Carry out the Enter setup mode procedure to display the SETare SAT PAIR screen Setting the antenna go position you set horizontal and vertical 2 Press the PREV soft key four times to display the ANT MOVE angles to which you want the antenna to point STEP screen36 STV Gen2 installation and operation3 Press YES to display the STEP AZ control screen 34 Applying factory default values4 Use the CCW or CW soft keys to step the antenna or clockwise to the required horizontal Use this procedure to return all settings to the factory default values direction The horizontal angle is displayed on the top line With the ACU in setup mode5 When you have set the required horizontal direction press the 1 Press the PREV softkey until SET DEFAULT is displayed EL soft key to display the STEP EL control screen 2 Press YES6 Use the DOWN or UP soft keys to step the antenna to the The message DEFAULT SETTING is displayed and the required horizontal direction The vertical angle is displayed on parameter values are reset When the procedure is complete the top line the SETUP MODE entry screen is displayed7 To leave the antenna move step mode press the EXIT soft key 3 Press either to return to the ANT MOVE STEP screen YES if you want to change the setup values or NO to reinitialize the system using the default settingsSystem operation and setup 3735 System information 36 Checking system powerYou can use the ACU to display system product serial numbers and With the ACU in setup modesoftware versions 1 Press the NEXT softkey to cycle through the options until theThe procedure for doing this is described as part of the maintenance VIEW POWER screen is The following information is displayed sequentially ACU POWER ANT POWER antenna power IRD power 2 To leave the power display press EXIT The SETUP MODE entry screen is then displayed 3 Press either YES if you want to use another setup function or NO to reinitialize the system38 STV Gen2 installation and operation37 Skew angle 4 At the rear of the reflector identify the four screws that secure the LNB to the reflector then loosen the screws just skew angle can affect reception only for regions satellites to enable the LNB to be rotated as shown in the Linear Polarized signals When selecting between different Decrease or when moving from one geographic region to another skew angle skew anglethe angle of incidence between the antenna and the satellite signal LNBwill vary The skew angle of the LNB Low Noise Block may beadjusted to compensate for this in order to maintain an optimalsignal Autoskew Premium STV models Autoskew requires no manual adjustment The skew angle is automatically adjusted to suit your location Manual skew adjustment For systems without the Autoskew feature you can manually adjust the skew angleBefore attempting to do adjust the skew angle seek advice fromyour service provider LNB securing 0 screws 4 of f Note DO NOT attempt to set the skew angle with power applied 90 90 Angle guide 162 D11 5Setting the skew angle 5 Rotate the LNB as necessary to set it to the skew angleContact your service provider to obtain the optimum skew angle for recommended by your service provideryour geographical area 6 Secure the LNB by tightening the four screws released at step 4 7 Replace the antenna dome and secure it with the screws and Note Factory default skew angle settings are washers retained at step 2 For the USA 0 Autoskew manual skew setting For the EU 8 For STV systems with the autoskew facility you can select between autoskew and manual adjustmentTo set the skew angle With the ACU in setup mode1 Ensure that all power to the system is switched off 1 Use the softkeys to navigate down to the LNB skew calibration2 Remove and retain the bolts and washers securing the antenna menu LNB SKEW CALIBRATION dome 2 Select from the following options using the PREV NEXT and3 Remove the antenna dome and store in a safe place YES softkeysSystem operation and setup 39 AUTO Autoskew is enabled you cannot manually adjust 38 Graphical User Interface the skew position Graphical User Interface GUI software is provided on the CDROM MANUAL Autoskew is disabled you can proceed and set supplied with your system components When installed on a a skew position Personal Computer PC it enables you to operate your antenna3 For manual mode adjustment use the 1 and 1 softkeys to system from the computer To do this the ACU must be connected select the required value then press SET when complete to the serial port of the computer using the 18 m PC cable supplied MADE IN KOREA ANT RF1 RECEIVER DC 9 to 30V FUSE NMEA PC INTERFACE D115653 You can use the GUI for the majority of operating and setup functions40 STV Gen2 installation and 4 Maintenance and contents 41 Maintenance on page 42 42 on page 42 43 Raymarine customer support on page 44Maintenance and 4141 Maintenance 42 Warning Switch off power Your Raymarine product has been subjected to comprehensive test and quality assurance programs prior to packing and shipping Before commencing any maintenance task switch off However should the product develop a fault refer to the following all power to the product table and list below to identify a possible cause and corrective action to help restore normal operation If you still have a problem after referring to the table contact procedures local Raymarine dealer national distributor or Raymarine your Raymarine Satellite TV system require minimal Support for further ensure that your system maintains peak performance Symptom Possible causeby carrying out the following maintenance tasks on a routine basis Examine cables for signs of damage such as chafing or cuts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Check that all cables are securely connected Antenna not functioning X X Wash the exterior of the antenna cover with fresh water to remove Display shows ANT OUT X X salt deposits a mild detergent may be added to remove grime OF CONTROL message DO NOT use abrasive cleaners or solvents such as acetone as No picture on TV X X X X this may result in irreparable damage to the unit Intermittent picture for X X X X X X The antenna is not a sealed unit so DO NOT use a power short intervals spray to wash the exterior as this may result in water ingress System works at the dock X and damage to the unit but not under way Twice a year remove the antenna dome and examine the antenna assembly for signs of corrosion System will not find X X X X X X X satellite Snowy television picture X 1 Blown fuse low power or wiring Check that The inline quick blow fuse if fitted has not blown or the circuit breaker has not tripped If the fuse has blown replace it with one of the same type and rating There are no damaged wires andor insecure connections42 STV Gen2 installation and operation There is no power loss through the cable from the RF1 connector Antenna diagnosis procedure on the antenna unit particularly if this cable has been extended With the ACU in setup mode2 Satellite signal blocked 1 Press the PREV softkey to cycle through the options until ANTCheck that the antenna has a clear view of the sky Satellite signals DIAGNOSIS is displayedcan be blocked or degraded by buildings other boats or equipmenton your boat 2 Press YES to start the diagnosis routine The diagnosis routine runs automatically carrying out a series3 Outside satellite coverage zone of tests designated CODE 101 to CODE 110 As each testYour system will provide excellent reception within the antenna completes check the result area for your satellite television service However signalquality may degrade as you approach the edges of this zone Refer Test runningto the information on Satellite coverage areas to check the viablecoverage area for your antenna Test skipped4 Radar interference Test passedThe energy levels radiated by radar units can overload the Ensure that your antenna is installed correctly with respect A number Test failedto your radar unit as described in the planning information for STV 3 When the DIAGNOSIS COMPLETE screen is displayed press5 Incorrect or loose RF connectors EXIT to return to the SETUP MODE entry screenAll connections should be checked as part of the regular For further assistance contact your local dealer or recommended by Raymarine to ensure that they have technical supportnot become loose A loose RF connector can reduce signal qualityor cause the antenna not to work6 Multiswitch interferenceIf you have multiple IRDs connected to your system make sure thatyou are using an ACTIVE not PASSIVE multiswitch7 IRD IRD may be the cause of unsatisfactory operation Check theIRDs configuration to ensure it is programmed for the area in whichyou are operating Unplug the IRD from the power supply for 15seconds then reconnect and allow the system to initialize8 LNB faultIf you have an LNB fault contact your local dealer or Raymarine Product Support for further assistanceThe LNB may require and 4343 Raymarine customer support Checking serial numbers software provides a comprehensive customer support service Use this procedure to see product serial numbers and softwareYou can contact customer support through the Raymarine website and email If you are unable to resolve a problem please 1 Press ENTER then YES to access setup modeuse any of these facilities to obtain additional help The SET SAT PAIR screen is then displayedWeb support 2 Press the NEXT softkey to cycle through the options and then select VIEW VERSIONPlease visit the customer support area of our website at The following information is displayed The antenna product nameThis contains Frequently Asked Questions servicing access to the Raymarine Technical Support Department and The antenna serial numberdetails of worldwide Raymarine agents The antenna software and email support The ACU software versionIn the USA The library version Tel 1 603 881 5200 extension 2444 3 To leave the information display press the EXIT softkey Email The SETUP MODE entry screen is then displayedIn the UK Europe the Middle East or Far East 4 Press either Tel 44 023 9271 4713 YES if you want to use another setup function or Email NO to reinitialize the systemProduct informationIf you need to request service please have the following informationto hand Product name Product identity Serial number Software application versionYou can obtain this product information using the menus within yourproduct44 STV Gen2 installation and 5 Satellite contents 51 Satellite providers on page 46Satellite information 4551 Satellite providers Spain Primary Astra receive a satellite television service you need to subscribe to the Astra AST01GKU from the relevant service provider Secondary limited wwwhispasatcom channels Hotbird providers Europe Hispasat HIS01AKS Country Satellites Service provider Hispasat HI01CKS England Astra AST 02AS0 Astra Hotbird HOT234KW Astra AST02AN0 wwwsesastracom Astra AST01EV1 Germany Primary Astra wwwsesastracom Italy Hotbird HOT234KS Hotbird Astra AST01GKU Hotbird Hotbird HOT234KW wwweutelsatcom Secondary limited wwweutelsatcom Scandinavia Primary channels Sirius Sirius SIR002KN wwwnsabse Hotbird HOT234KW Thor Thor THO002KU Astra AST01EH1 wwwtelenorcom Secondary limited Astra AST01FH1 channels Astra AST01EV1 Sirius SIR003KN France Hotbird HOT234KS Hotbird Thor THO001KU Hotbird HOT234KW wwweutelsatcom Astra AST101GKU Astra Thor THO003KU wwwsesastracom Turkey Hotbird HOT234KW Hotbird Turksat TUR01BKT wwweutelsatcom Turksat TUR01CEB Turksat STV Gen2 installation and operation Russia Thor THO003KU Thor Hotbird HOT234KW wwwtelenorcom Hotbird wwweutelsatcom Greece Hotbird HOT234KW Hotbird providers United States of America Satellites Service provider NIMIQ1 NIM001KB Bell TVwwwbellca NIMIQ2 NIM002KB EchoStar 3 ECH003KB EchoStar Communications EchoStar 68 ECH008KB EchoStar 7 ECH007KB EchoStar 12 ECH001KB DIRECTV DTV101 DirecTV DIRECTV information 4748 STV Gen2 installation and A Technical specification Azimuth range 68037STV Elevation range 10 to 80 Nominal supply voltage 12 or 24 V dc Vessel motion Roll 25 Operating voltage range 9 to 30 V dc Pitch 15 Power consumption 30 W typical 50 W max Roll and pitch response rate 60 per second Dimensions Satellite antenna unit 43 cm x 44 Turn rate 60 per second cm 17 in x 173 in Antenna dish diameter 37 cm 45STV 146 in Nominal supply voltage 12 or 24 V dc Antenna control unit 178 cm x 217 cm x 54 cm 7 x 86 x 22 in Operating voltage range 9 to 30 V dc Weight Satellite antenna unit 9 kg 198 Power consumption 30 W typical 50 W max lbs Dimensions Satellite antenna unit 50 cm x 54 Antenna control unit 120 kg 26 cm 197 in x 212 in lbs Antenna dish diameter 45 cm Environmental Installation environment 177 in Operating temperature 15 C to Antenna control unit 178 cm x 55 C 5 F to 131 F 217 cm x 54 cm 7 x 86 x 22 in Storage temperature 25 C to Weight Satellite antenna unit 116 kg 70 C 13 F to 158 F 256 lbs Relative humidity max 95 Antenna control unit 120 kg 26 lbs Conformance CE Conforms to EU Directive performance Frequency Kuband 107 to 1275 GHz Minimum EIRP 50 dBWTechnical specification 49 Environmental Installation environment Dimensions Satellite antenna unit 70 cm x 72 cm 275 in x 283 in Operating temperature 15 C to 55 C 5 F to 131 F Antenna dish diameter 60 cm 236 in Storage temperature 25 C to 70 C 13 F to 158 F Antenna control unit 178 cm x 217 cm x 54 cm 7 x 86 x 22 in Relative humidity max 95 Weight Satellite antenna unit 20 kg 44 Conformance CE Conforms to EU Directive lbs 2004108EC Antenna control unit 120 kg 26 lbsSystem performance Environmental Installation environment Frequency Kuband 107 to 1275 GHz Minimum EIRP 49 dBW Operating temperature 15 C to 55 C 5 F to 131 F Azimuth range 680 Storage temperature 25 C to Elevation range 0 to 90 70 C 13 F to 158 F Vessel motion Roll 25 Relative humidity max 95 Pitch 15 Conformance CE Conforms to EU Directive 2004108EC Roll and pitch response rate 50 per second Turn rate 50 per second System performance Frequency Kuband 107 to 1275 GHz60STV Minimum EIRP 47 dBW Nominal supply voltage 12 or 24 V dc Azimuth range 680 Operating voltage range 9 to 30 V dc Elevation range 5 to 90 Power consumption 30 W typical 50 W max Vessel motion Roll 25 Pitch 1550 STV Gen2 installation and operation Roll and pitch response rate 45 per second Turn rate 45 per specification 5152 STV Gen2 installation and operationwwwra ym a rin e c o m
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