RF MODULATOR WITH S-VIDEO INPUT
MODEL : CRF910
NOTE TO CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
Your Video RF Modulator is designed to convert the separate audio and
responsible for compliance could void the user's FCC authorization to
video signals (from a video camera, computer, portable VCR, or satellite
operate this equipment.
receiver, for example) into VHF TV signals that you can view on a TV set.
The following items (not supplied) are required to connect your RF
The FCC Wants You to Know
Modulator to a video input source and your TV.
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions:
• one audio/video shielded cable with three phono connectors at each
end, if the video source's audio output is stereo; or one audio/video
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device
shielded cable with two phono connectors at each end if the video
must accept any interference received, including interference that may
source's audio output is monaural
cause undesired operation.
• two 75-ohm coaxial cables with F-type connectors
Your modulator might cause TV or radio interference even when is
operating properly. To determine whether your modulator is causing the
• a 75-ohm-to-300-ohm matching transformer, if your TV does not have
interference, turn it off. If the interference goes away, your modulator is
a VHF 75-ohm F-connector
Note: The audio signal will be modulated to mono, whether the video
Try to eliminate the interference by:
source is stereo or monaural.
• moving your RF Modulator away from the receiver
Note to the CATV System Installer: This reminder is provided to call
the CATV system installer's attention to article 820-22 of the NEC that
• connecting your RF Modulator to an outlet that is on a different
provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies
electrical circuit from the receiver
that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the
• contacting your local store for help
building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.
If you cannot eliminate the interference, the FCC requires that you stop
using your RF Modulator.
1. Seat the RF Modulator vertically :
Follow these steps to connect your RF Modulator.
Plug in the seat plate (included) on
the bottom of the RF Modulator until
1. If your video source is stereo,
The locking tab of the seat plate
plug the connectors on one
clicks in to secure the plate to the
end of a stereo A/V cable into
the video and audio input jacks
on the RF Modulator. Plug the
connectors on the cable's other
end into to video and audio
2. Seat the RF Modulator horizontally :
output jacks on the video source,
2.1 While pulling up the
using the color coding on the
locking tab, remove
connectors as a guide.
the seat plate by
pushing out the seat
If your video source is monaural,
plug the connectors on one end
of an A/V cable into the video
and audio input jacks on the RF
Modulator (using either the AUDIO
R or L jack). Plug the cable's other
2.2 Attach the four self-adhesive rubber pads (included) to the
ends into the video and audio
side face of the RF Modulator.
jacks on the video source. Connect
2.3 Lay down the RF Modulator on the side with the rubber
the 75-ohm coaxial cables to the
RF Modulator following these
• If your video source is equipment
with VHS VIDEO (S-video) output,
you can use a S-video cable to
connect the S-video output of video
source to the S-video input of this