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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION

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1.1 OUTLINE

 

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1.2 FEATURES

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1.3 SPECIFICATIONS

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1.4 INNER FUNCTION PRINCIPLE

 

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1.5 SYSTEM CONNECTION SAMPLE

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1.6 APPEARANCE AND DESCRIPTION

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CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION GUIDE

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2.1 ACQUISITION CHECK

 

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2.2 INSTALLATION PREPARATION

 

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2.3 WIRES CONNECTION

 

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2.4 SIGNAL CABLES CONNECTION

 

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CHAPTER 3 OPERATION

 

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3.1 LCD MENU TREE

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3.2 GENERAL SETTING

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CHAPTER 4 WEB NMS MANAGEMENT

 

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4.1 LOGIN

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4.2 PARAMETER CONFIGURATION

 

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CHAPTER 5 TROUBLESHOOTING

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CHAPTER

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PACKING LIST

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About This Manual

Intended Audience

This user manual has been written to help people who have to use, to integrate and to install the product. Some chapters require some prerequisite knowledge in electronics and especially in broadcast technologies and standards.

Disclaimer

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Chapter 1 Introduction

1.1 Outline

PCEMOD-S2 DVB-S/S2 Encoder & Modulator is an integrated device with multifunction. Its pluggable design makes it convenient to change encoding module (CVBS/SDI/HDMI/YPbPr) as needed. It is also equipped with 1 channel ASI input. It outputs ASI and DVB-S/S2 RF (IF Optional) in the same time. The signal source could be from CCTV cameras, Blue-ray players and etc. It adopts user-friendly web-based operation interface to effectively manage the device and carefully protect your content with its BISS function. Featured with its high performance and low cost, PCEMOD-S2 is especially adequate for the TV station or DSNG system to encode programs and output to uplink.

1.2 Features

MPEG2 SD Encoding

CVBS/YPbPr/S-video signals in optional, pluggable and changeable encoding modules

1*ASI in

Support DVB-S/S2 RF output and ASI output

Output Frequency: 950-2150MHz

Support BISS fucntion

Support RF 24V power output

Support 10MHz reference clock

Support Web NMS and front panel LCD & Keyboard control

Upgrade device through web NMS

1.3 Specifications

Input Interface

CVBS/YPbPr/S-video (changeable with SDI/HDMI

encoding modules)

1×ASI input, BNC interface

Encoding Section

Video

 

Encoding

MPEG-2 MP@ML(4:2:0)

Input

S-Video/YPbPr/CVBS*2 (RCA Type)

Resolution

720*576 (PAL); 720*480 (NTSC)

Bit rate

1.000~19.500 Mbps

Audio

 

encoding

MPEG1 Layer II

Input

Unbalanced Stereo/Mono

Sample rate

48KHz

 

64kbps, 96kbps,128kbps, 192kbps,

Bit rate

256kbps, 320kbps

DVB-S/S2 Modulation Section

DVB-S QPSK: FEC 1/2,2/3,3/4,5/6,7/8

DVB-S2 QPSK: FEC 1/2,3/5,2/3,3/4,4/5,5/6,8/9,9/10

1.4 Inner Function Principle

DVB-S2 8PSK FEC 3/5,2/3,3/4,5/6,8/9,9/10

RF output: 950.00-2150.00 MHz, 10Khz step IF output: 50-200MHz

Symbol rate: 0.05-20.0Msps

Roll Off: 0.35, 0.25, 0.2

Output level: -10db~-41.5db

Output

DVB-S/S2 RF output; ASI output(as a mirror of RF)

System

Local Control

LCD + control buttons

Remote Control

Web-based NMS

Language

English

RF 24V Power Out

Support

Physical Specification

Demission

410×460×44mm (W*L*H)

Temperature

0~45(operation), -20~80

(storage)

Weight

4kgs

Power Supply

AC 100-240V 50/60Hz

-20~80 ℃ (storage) Weight 4kgs Power Supply AC 100-240V 50/60Hz 1.5 System Connection Sample 2 /

1.5 System Connection Sample

-20~80 ℃ (storage) Weight 4kgs Power Supply AC 100-240V 50/60Hz 1.5 System Connection Sample 2 /

Chapter 2 Installation Guide

2.1 Acquisition Check

When user open the package of the device, it is necessary to check items according to packing list. Normally it should include the following items:

PCEMOD-S2 DVB-S2 Encoder Modulator

User Manual

CVBS/YPbPr/S-video Cables

Power Cord

If any item is missing or mismatching with the list above, please contact the local manufacturer.

2.2 Installation Preparation

When user installs the device, please follow the steps below:

Checking the possible device missing or damage during the transportation

Preparing the relevant and correct environment for installation

connecting Internet cable

Connecting signal cables

2.2.1 Device’s Installation Flow Chart Illustrated as following: Connecting Grouding Connecting Acquisition
2.2.1 Device’s Installation Flow Chart Illustrated as following:
Connecting
Grouding
Connecting
Acquisition
Installing
Setting
Running
Wire and
Signal
Check
Device
Parameter
Device
Power
cable
Cord

2.2.2 Environment Requirement

Item

 

Requirement

Machine Hall Space

When user installs machine frame array in one machine hall, the distance between 2 rows of machine frames should be 1.2~1.5m and the distance against wall should be no less than 0.8m.

 

Electric Isolation, Dust Free

Machine Hall Floor

Volume resistivity of ground anti-static material: 1X10 7 ~1X10 10 Grounding current limiting resistance: 1M(Floor bearing should be greater than 450Kg/)

Environment

5~40(sustainable )0~45(short time)

Temperature

installing air-conditioning is recommended

Relative Humidity

20%~80% sustainable

10%~90% short time

Pressure

86~105Kpa

Door & Window

Installing rubber strip for sealing door-gaps and dual level glasses for window

Wall

It can be covered with wallpaper, or brightness less paint.

Fire Protection

Fire alarm system and extinguisher

Power

Requiring device power, air-conditioning power and lighting power are independent to each other. Device power requires DC 12V. Please carefully check before running.

2.3 Wire’s Connection

Connecting Power Cord User can insert one end into power supply socket, while insert the other end to main power.

supply socket, while insert the other end to main power. Caution: Before connecting power cord to

Caution:

Before connecting power cord to PCEMOD-S2 DVB-S2 Encoder & Modulator, user should set the power switch to “OFF”.

2.4 Signal Cables Connection

The signal connections include the connection of input signal cable and the connection of output signal cable. The details are as follows:

2.4.1

ASI cable illustration:

2.4.1 ASI cable illustration: 2.4.2 Network cable illustration: 2.4.3 CVBS cable illustration: 2.4.4 RF output cable

2.4.2 Network cable illustration:

ASI cable illustration: 2.4.2 Network cable illustration: 2.4.3 CVBS cable illustration: 2.4.4 RF output cable

2.4.3 CVBS cable illustration:

illustration: 2.4.2 Network cable illustration: 2.4.3 CVBS cable illustration: 2.4.4 RF output cable illustration: 7 /

2.4.4 RF output cable illustration:

illustration: 2.4.2 Network cable illustration: 2.4.3 CVBS cable illustration: 2.4.4 RF output cable illustration: 7 /

Chapter 3 Operation

The front panel of PCEMOD-S2 DVB-S2 Encoder & Modulator is the user-operating interface and the equipment can be conveniently operated according to the procedures displayed on the LCD. The simple using method for the machine is as follows:

Keyboard Function Description:

MENU: Cancel current entered value, resume previous setting; Return to previous

menu.

ENTER: Activate the parameters which need modifications, or confirm the change after

modification.

LEFT/RIGHT: Choose and set the parameters.

UP/DOWN:

inactivated.

Modify activated parameter or paging up/down when parameter is

LOCK: Locking the screen / canceling the lock state. After pressing lock key, the

system will question the users to save present setting or not. If not, the LCD will display the current configuration state.

3.1 LCD Menu Tree

Switch On Initializing General Status
Switch On
Initializing
General Status

1 Alarm Status

Error Content
Error Content

2 Encode Setting

2.1 Program 1 2.2 Program 2
2.1
Program 1
2.2
Program 2

2.1.1

Video Bitrate

2.1.2

Audio Bitrate

2.1.3

Brightness

2.1.4

Contrast

2.1.5

Saturation

2.1.6

Hue

2.1.7

Sharpness

2.1.8

Aspect Ratio

2.2.1

Video Bitrate

2.2.2

Audio Bitrate

2.2.3

Brightness

2.2.4

Contrast

2.2.5

Saturation

2.2.6

Hue

2.2.7

Sharpness

2.2.8

Aspect Ratio

3.1 BISS Mode 3 BISS Modulate 3.2 ESW Data 3.3 SW Data 3.4 Input ID
3.1
BISS Mode
3 BISS Modulate
3.2
ESW Data
3.3
SW Data
3.4
Input ID
3.5
Select ID
3.6
Parse Program
3.7
Select Program
4.1
Modulate Mode
4 Modulate Setting
4.2
DVB-S FEC
4.3
DVB-S2 FEC
4.4
Symbol Rate
4.5
Roll Off
4.6
DVB-S2 Pilot
4.7
RF Frequency
4.8
RF Out Level
4.9
RF Output
4.10
Spec Invert
4.11
RF Out Select
4.12
RF 10M Clock
4.13
RF 24V Output
5.1
IP Address
5 Network Setting
5.2
Subnet Mask
5.3
Gateway
5.4
MAC Address
5.5
Reset Password
5.6
Web Manage Port
Yes or No
6 Saving Config

7 Loading Config

7.1 Load Saved CFG

Port Yes or No 6 Saving Config 7 Loading Config 7.1 Load Saved CFG 7.2 Load

7.2 Load Default CFG

8 Version

Version Info

3.2 General Setting

Switch on the encoder modulator, the LCD will display the start state and the main menu as below:

System Starting
System Starting
DVB-S2 Encoder Modulator XXX.XXMHz X.XXMbps
DVB-S2 Encoder Modulator
XXX.XXMHz
X.XXMbps

DVB-S2: indicates the modulation standard of this device Encoder Modulator: device name XXX.XX MHz: indicates the current output frequency X.XX Mbps: indicates the current encoding bit rate. Press LOCK key user can enter the main menu and the LCD will display as follows:

► 1 Alarm Status 2 Encode Setting 3 BISS Modulate 4 Modulate Setting ► 5
1
Alarm Status
2 Encode Setting
3
BISS Modulate
4 Modulate Setting
5
Network Setting
6 Saving Config
7
Loading Config
8 Version

User could do all the settings according to the 8 directions displayed on the LCD.

3.2.1 Alarm Status

Move the triangle to point at menu 1 and press ENTER key to enter this menu:

If the device is working normally, it indicates No Warning as below:

Alarm Status No Warning

The alarm indicator will turn on if there is no A/V signals input or outputting bit rate overflows. For example:

Alarm Status TS overflow

3.2.2 Encode Setting

Similarly, user can enter this menu to configure video/audio parameters for the two programs inputting from the encoding module separately.

► 2.1 Program 1 2.2 Program 1 ENTER
► 2.1 Program 1
2.2 Program 1
ENTER
► 2.1.1 Video Bitrate 2.1.2 Audio Bitrate 2.1.3 Brightness 2.1.4 Contrast ► 2.1.5 Saturation 2.1.6
2.1.1
Video Bitrate 2.1.2 Audio Bitrate
2.1.3
Brightness
2.1.4 Contrast
2.1.5
Saturation
2.1.6 Hue
2.1.7
Sharpness
2.1.8 Aspect Ratio

Enter sub-menu Video Bit Rate to adjust the bit rate by pressing right/left and up/down key and to confirm by pressing Lock key. (Range: 1-19.5Mbps)

Video Bit Rate 08.000Mbps
Video Bit Rate
08.000Mbps

Audio Bit Rate can be selected similarly (bit rate range: 64/96/128/192/256/320Kbps).

Audio Bit Rate 128 Kbps

Similarly, users can enter the rest sub-menus to set the video parameters for the corresponding input program: (Brightness/Contrast/Saturation range: 0-255; Hue range:

-127-+127)

Brightness 128 Contrast 128 Saturation 128
Brightness
128
Contrast
128
Saturation
128
Hue +000 Sharpness Off Smooth Medium Sharp Aspect Ratio 1:1 4:3 16:9 2.21:1
Hue
+000
Sharpness
Off
Smooth
Medium
Sharp
Aspect Ratio
1:1
4:3
16:9
2.21:1

3.2.3 BISS Modulate

User can press Enterkey to enter below menus of t BISS Modulate.

3.1 BISS Mode 3.2 ESW Data 3.3 SW Data 3.4 Input ID 3.5 Select ID
3.1
BISS Mode
3.2 ESW Data
3.3
SW Data
3.4 Input ID
3.5 Select ID
3.7 Select Program
3.6 Parse Program

BISS Mode: PCEMOD-S2 supports two BISS modes: Mode 1 and Mode E.

BISS Mode Mode 1 Mode E
BISS Mode
Mode 1
Mode E

REMARKS: If Mode 1 is chosen as the BISS mode, 3.3 SW Datawill be activated and

operable to set parameters, while 3.2 ESW Dataand 3.4 Input IDare locked and can’t

be operated.

On the other side, if Mode E is chosen as the BISS mode, 3.3 SW Datawill be locked and

can’t be operated, while 3.2 ESW Data, 3.4 Input ID

and operable to set parameters.

To briefly view:

and 3.5 Select IDare activated

Mode 1

ESW Data

 

X SW Data

Select ID

X Input ID

X

Mode E

ESW Data

 

SW Data

X

Select ID (Device)

Input ID

X

Select ID (Input)

Input ID

ESW Data & Input ID: Under Mode E (with Inputchosen in 3.5 Select ID), the BISS scrambler completes scrambling through ESW value and Input ID. User can input the

data and ID through the LCD operation. More details please refer to Chapter NMS Setting.

ESW Data 1111111111222222 Input ID 11111111112222
ESW Data
1111111111222222
Input ID
11111111112222

This menu is operable when Inputis chosen at menu 3.5 Select ID.

SW Data: Under Mode 1, users can input a 12-digit value in hex. More details please refer to Chapter 4 Web NMS Management.

SW Data 0x000000000000
SW Data
0x000000000000

Select ID: Under Mode E, users can choose the ID between Device and Input. Under Input, Input IDwill be operable. More details please refer to Chapter 4 Web NMS Management.

Select ID Device Input
Select ID
Device
Input

Parse Program: This menu will display the quantity of programs get from ASI input.

Parse Program Get 8 programs

REMARKS: This menu will be only effective and read on condition that the 4.11 RF Out Select

is set as ASI, because when Encoderis set as the RF out, PCEMOD-S2 will always output the

two programs from the encoding module via RF and ASI out.

Select Program: Under this menu, users can decide whether to scramble the programs. Press ENTER to and LEFT/RIGHT key to shift (Yes) and X (No).

Select Program TV-101 [ x ]

TV-102

[]

REMARKS: When 4.11 RF Out Selectis set as Encoder, the program(s) displayed here is

from the encoding module; While 4.11 RF Out Selectis set as ASI, the program(s) displayed

here is from the ASI IN.

3.2.4 Modulate Setting

Select 4 Modulate Settingin the main interface and user can set the parameters of modulation:

4.1 Modulate Mode 4.2 DVB-S FEC 4.3 DVB-S2 FEC 4.4 Symbol Rate 4.5 Roll Off
4.1
Modulate Mode
4.2 DVB-S FEC
4.3
DVB-S2 FEC
4.4 Symbol Rate
4.5 Roll Off
4.7 RF Frequency
4.6 DVB-S2 Pilot
4.8 RF Out Level
4.9 RF Output
4.11 RF Out Select
4.10 Spec Invert
4.12 RF 10M Clock
4.13 RF 24V Output
4.13 RF 24V Output

Modulate Mode: PCEMOD-S2 has 3 modulating modes provided: DVB-S, DVB-S2-QPSK and DVB-S2-8PSK.

Modulate Mode

Modulate Mode [DVB-S] DVB-S2-QPSK DVB-S2-8PSK

[DVB-S]

DVB-S2-QPSK

DVB-S2-8PSK

DVB-S FEC (Forward Error Correction): User can select one DVB-S FEC from 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6 and 7/8 by pressing RIGHT/LEFT key.

NOTE: This menu will be workable on condition that DVB-S in 4.1 is selected as the modulating mode.

DVB-S FEC

1/2

2/3

3/4

DVB-S2 FEC (Forward Error Correction): User can select one DVB-S2 FEC from options provided by pressing RIGHT/LEFT key.

NOTE: This menu will be workable on condition that DVB-S2-QPSK or

DVB-S2-8PSK in 4.1 is selected as the modulating mode. The options provide differently if the modulating mode is set differently.

Modulating Mode

FEC Options

DVB-S2-QPSK

QPSK1/2, QPSK3/5, QPSK3/4, QPSK4/5, QPSK5/6, QPSK8/9, QPSK9/10

DVB-S2-8PSK

8PSK3/5, QPSK2/3, 8PSK3/4, 8PSK5/6, 8PSK8/9, 8PSK9/10

DVB-S2 FEC [QPSK1/2] QPSK3/5
DVB-S2 FEC
[QPSK1/2]
QPSK3/5

Symbol Rate: user can enter this menu to modify symbol rate (adjustable range:

0.050~20.000Mbps) by pressing right/left and up/down key and to confirm by pressing Lock key

Symbol Rate 17.500 Mbps
Symbol Rate
17.500 Mbps

Roll Off: User can enter this menu to select roll-off factory shown as below by pressing right/left key and to confirm by pressing Lock key. Different factory has different effect on the max input bit rate.

Roll OFF 0.35 0.25 0.2
Roll OFF
0.35
0.25
0.2

DVB-S2 Pilot:

The DVB-S2 Pilot can be switched on or off through this menu.

NOTE: DVB-S2-QPSK or DVB-S2-8PSK must be selected as the modulate mode under menu 4.1, and then it can be workable.

DVB-S2 Pilot On Off
DVB-S2 Pilot
On
Off

RF Frequency: The RF output frequency range is from 950 to 2150MHz with 1K stepping. Users then can press LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN button to adjust the frequency and confirm by pressing ENTER button.

RF frequency 2000.000 MHz
RF frequency
2000.000 MHz

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RF out level: The RF attenuation range is from -10db~-41.5db. After entering this setting submenu, user can shift UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT key to set the output level and press ENTER to confirm.

RF Out Level -10.0db
RF Out Level
-10.0db

RF out: The RF out mode can be selected under this menu: The modes contain: single tone, modulation, and off lation.

RF Out Single tone modulation off
RF Out
Single tone
modulation
off

Spec Invert: User can switch the Spec Invert mode between Normal and Invert under this menu.

Spec Invert Normal Invert
Spec Invert
Normal
Invert

RF Out Select: This menu is for selecting program source to output through RF and ASI. PCEMOD-S2 has two signal sources: Encoder (i.e. the encoding module) and ASI. It only modulate one signal source output simultaneously. For example, if Encoder is chosen in this menu, it only outputs program(s) inputting from encoding module.

RF Output Encoder ASI
RF Output
Encoder
ASI

RF 10M Clock: The RF 10M Clock (reference clock) can be switched on or off through this menu.

RF 10M Clock OFF ON
RF 10M Clock
OFF
ON

RF 24V Output: User can choose to output RF 24V power for the amplifier connected to

PCEMOD-S2.

RF 24V Output OFF ON
RF 24V Output
OFF
ON

3.2.5 Network Setting

User can press Enterkey to enter into below menu of the network setting and modify the parameters under its corresponding submenus in the same way explained above.

5.1 IP Address 5.2 Subnet Mask 5.3 Gateway 5.4 MAC Address 5.5 Reset Password 5.6
5.1
IP Address
5.2 Subnet Mask
5.3
Gateway
5.4 MAC Address
5.5 Reset Password 5.6 Web Manage Port

Press UP/DOWNto choose one item and ENTER” & LEFT/RIGHTto set the parameters.

IP Address

192.168.000.136

Subnet Mask

255.255.255.000

Gateway

192.168.000.001

MAC Address

ffffffffffffffffffffff

Reset Password? Yes NO Web Manage Port 00080
Reset Password?
Yes
NO
Web Manage Port
00080

NOTE: The MAC address is default according to the factory setting, and it is unique.

3.2.6 Saving Configuration

User can choose to save the current configured parameters by pressing ENTER key.

The system displays following page:

Save Configuration? Yes NO Saving, please wait: Erasing…….
Save Configuration?
Yes
NO
Saving, please wait:
Erasing…….

3.2.7 Loading Configuration

User can restore the device into the last saved configuration by choosing the menu 7.1”Saved Config”, and also user can restore the device into factory default configuration by choosing the menu 7.2”Default Config”.

7.1 Load Saved CFG 7.2 Default CFG
7.1 Load Saved CFG
7.2 Default CFG

Loading, please wait:

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

3.2.8 Version

User can check the devices hardware version and software version at this submenu:

Encoder Modulator SW 6.11 HW 5.8
Encoder Modulator
SW 6.11
HW 5.8

Chapter 4 Web NMS Management

PCEMOD-S2 DVB-S2 Encoder Modulator adopts web-based user interface. Before operating, user should ensure that the computer’s IP address is different from the NDS3543’s IP address; otherwise, it would cause IP conflict.

4.1 Login

The default IP of this device is 192.168.0.136. We can change the IP from the front panel of the device. Then connect the PC and the device with Net Cable, and use ping command to confirm these two are in same Network or not. For example, if the PC IP address is 192.168.99.252, we change the Device IP to 192.168.99.196, then we need to use Web browser to connect the device to our PC. Put the device IP in the browser address bar and press Enter.

the device IP in the browser address bar and press Enter. Figure 1 Input the user

Figure 1

Input the user name and password (The default Username and Password is ‘admin’ and ‘admin’ respectively) and then click ‘Login’ to enter the welcome interface which is shown as follows:

4.2 Parameter Configuration

SummaryStatus

When we confirm the login, it displays the Summary interface as Figure-2 where users can have an overview of the devices system information and working status.

Devices Name
Devices Name

User can click any item here to enter the corresponding interface to check information or set the parameters.

Figure 2

System information and general working status

Parameters Encoder

Click Encoderin the left column, it displays the information of the two programs from the encoding module as below. Users can configure the A/V parameters and monitor the TS and etc.

Monitoring area
Monitoring area

Audio/Video config area for the two programs from the encoding module

Figure 3

Click this button to apply the default setting of the device.area for the two programs from the encoding module Figure 3 Click this button to apply

Click this button to apply the modified parameters.this button to apply the default setting of the device. Parameters → Modulator User can click

Parameters Modulator

User can click Modulator in the left column and enter into the Modulate interface. More details please refer to 3.2.4 in this manual.

Figure 4   DVB-S   DVB-S2 It supports DVB-S, DVB-S2 QPSK and DVB-S2 8PSK three

Figure 4

 

DVB-S

 

DVB-S2

It supports DVB-S, DVB-S2 QPSK and DVB-S2 8PSK three modes.

Modulation mode

QPSK

DVB-S2

 

8PSK

DVB-S FEC

1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8

under DVB-S mode, it supports FEC 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8

DVB-S2 FEC

1/2, 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 8/9,

under DVB-S2 QPSK mode, it supports FEC 1/2, 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10; Under DVB-S2 8PSK mode, it supports FEC 3/5, 2/3, 3/4, 5/6, 8/9, 9/10

9/10;

Symbol rate

the output range of symbol rate is 0.050-20.000Msps

Roll off

0.35/0.25/0.2 selecting

DVB-S2 pilot

DVB-S2 pilot ON/OFF selecting

RF requency

RF frequency is ranged from 950.00-2150.00MHz

RF out level

output level ranges from -10db~-41.5db

RF Mode

The RF out modes contain: single tone, modulation, and off lation.

RF 10Mb Clock

RF 10M reference clock ON/OFF selecting

RF 24V Out

RF 24V power out ON/OFF selecting

Spec Invert

User can switch the Spec Invert mode between Normal and Invert under this menu.

RF Out

Encoder: to output the programs from encoding module via RF&ASI; ASI: to output the programs from ASI in via RF&ASI;

Parameters BISS Config:

Click BISS Config in the left column and enter the BISS interface to scramble the programs inputting from encoding module or ASI port.

the programs inputting from encoding module or ASI port. Figure 5 The BISS scrambling function application

Figure 5

The BISS scrambling function application needs to be matched with BISS descrambler. The BISS scrambling supports two modes: Mode 1and Mode E. Users can select one of the two modes in the drop down list.

Mode 1

Under Mode 1, the BISS scrambler applies scrambling by a fixed Control Word (CW) derived from a clear SW (Session Word). In Mode 1, a fixed 12-digit SW is inserted in the

scrambler. The 64-bit CW is derived from the SW according to DVB-CAS specification.

Users can select Mode 1 in the drop-down menu, and then input the 12-digit SW Data (in hex). The downside device descrambler key equals SW Data on the BISS scrambler side.

Mode E

Under Mode E, the BISS scrambler completes scrambling through ESW Data and Input ID (Input ID is operable when Inputis chosen under Select ID.). The ESW data equals Descrambler key on the downside device side, while the input ID equals SK on IRD side.

device side, while the input ID equals SK on IRD side. The select ID has two

The select ID has two options: Device and Input. If Users choose Device, the Burned Key on IRD side needs to be selected when descrambling, while if users choose Input and set Input ID, on IRD side, users do not need to select Burned Key but to input SK as per Input ID.

Program Select and Modification:

User then can click Parse Prg to view the input programs and modify the program names as needed. If the user need to scramble the programs, mark the corresponding boxes in

front of the programs with and click Set to activate the setting.

programs with √ and click Set to activate the setting. Parameters → Network: Click ‘Network’ ,

Parameters Network:

Click ‘Network’, it will display the screen as below. It displays the network information of the device where to change the devices network configuration if needed.

Figure 6 System → Save/Restore: Click ‘Save/Restore ’ from the menu and it will display

Figure 6

System Save/Restore:

Click ‘Save/Restorefrom the menu and it will display the screen as below where users can save the configuration permanently to the device. Click ‘Save Configuration’ button to store the data permanently to the device. By using ‘Restore Configuration’ users can restore the latest saving configuration to the device. By using ‘Factory Set,user can set the default factory setting.

Figure 7 System → Backup/Load Click ‘Backup/Lo ad ’ from the menu , it will

Figure 7

System Backup/Load

Click ‘Backup/Load’ from the menu, it will display the screen as below.

Browse Button
Browse Button

Figure 8

System Password:

User can change the password in this interface by putting current username and password and then putting new username and password to change. After inputting the parameters, click ‘Apply’ to save the configuration.

parameters, click ‘Apply’ to save the configuration. Figure 9 System → Firmware Click ‘Firmware’ from

Figure 9

System Firmware

Click ‘Firmware’ from the menu and it will display the screen as below. Here we can update the device by using the update file. Click ‘Browse’ to find the path of the device update file for this device then click on ‘Update’ to update the device. After updating the device we need to restart the device by using Reboot option.

Figure 10 System → Reboot Click ‘Reboot’ from the menu the screen will dis play

Figure 10

System Reboot

Click ‘Reboot’ from the menu the screen will display as below. When users click ‘Reboot’ button, it will restart the device automatically.

dis play as below. When users click ‘Reboot’ button, it will restart the device automatically. Figure

Figure 11

Chapter 5 Troubleshooting

POWERCAST’s ISO9001 quality assurance system has been approved by CQC

organization. For guarantee the products’ quality, reliability and stability. All

POWERCAST products have been passed the testing and inspection before ship out

factory. The testing and inspection scheme already covers all the Optical, Electronic and

Mechanical criteria which have been published by POWERCAST. To prevent potential

hazard, please strictly follow the operation conditions.

Prevention Measure

Installing the device at the place in which environment temperature between 0 to 45 °C

Making sure good ventilation for the heat-sink on the rear panel and other heat-sink

bores if necessary

Checking the input AC within the power supply working range and the connection is

correct before switching on device

Checking the RF output level varies within tolerant range if it is necessary

Checking all signal cables have been properly connected

Frequently switching on/off device is prohibited; the interval between every switching

on/off must greater than 10 seconds.

Conditions need to unplug power cord

Power cord or socket damaged.

Any liquid flowed into device.

Any stuff causes circuit short

Device in damp environment

Device was suffered from physical damage

Longtime idle.

After switching on and restoring to factory setting, device still cannot work properly.

Maintenance needed

Chapter 6 Packing list

PCEMOD-S2 DVB-S2 Encoder Modulator

1pcs

User Manual

1pcs

CVBS/YPbPr/S-Video cable

1pcs

Power adapter

1pcs