Download Print this page

Philips HFL3011 Series Installation Manual

For easysuite range
Hide thumbs

Advertisement

Quick Links

Table of Contents
Installation Manual for EasySuite range
xxHFL3011
Status: Release
Version 1.1
Date: November 2016
Author: Bart Coppens

Advertisement

Table of Contents
loading

  Related Manuals for Philips HFL3011 Series

  Summary of Contents for Philips HFL3011 Series

  • Page 1 Installation Manual for EasySuite range xxHFL3011 Status: Release Version 1.1 Date: November 2016 Author: Bart Coppens...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Changelog ..............................5 General information ........................6 Notice ............................6 Help and support ........................6 How to navigate, open menu’s and make selections .............. 7 Requirements before starting the installation of a TV ..............8 Remote control ........................8 2.1.1 Master remote control 22AV9573 ..................
  • Page 3 6.2.4 Sound Settings ........................30 6.2.5 Subtitles ..........................32 6.2.6 Region and Language ......................32 6.3 Install Channels..........................32 6.4 Channel and Source Settings ....................... 33 6.4.1 Channel Settings ........................33 6.4.2 Common Interface ........................ 36 6.4.3 Languages ..........................37 6.4.4 EasyLink ..........................
  • Page 4 6.7 Upgrade and clone settings ......................55 6.7.1 USB Base Upgrade and cloning .................... 55 6.7.2 RF Based Upgrade and cloning ..................... 56 6.7.3 Software and Clone information ..................57 6.7.4 Settings Overview ......................... 58 Channel installation wizard ......................59 Configuration .........................
  • Page 5: Changelog

    Changelog Author Date Changes Bart Coppens 26 October 2016 First Release finalized Bart Coppens 16 November 2016 Added “Scheduler” chapter P a g e...
  • Page 6: General Information

    TP Vision Belgium NV cannot be held responsible neither for any errors in the content of this document nor for any problems as a result of the content in this document. Errors reported to Philips will be adapted and published on the Philips support website as soon as possible.
  • Page 7: How To Navigate, Open Menu's And Make Selections

    1.3 How to navigate, open menu’s and make selections  Navigating in the menu can be done with the “up-down-left-right arrow” buttons on the remote control  Opening a menu can be done with the “OK” button  The “OK” button can also be used to activate buttons that can be seen on the screen like [Done], [Cancel], [Close], [Yes], [No], …...
  • Page 8: Requirements Before Starting The Installation Of A Tv

    2. Requirements before starting the installation of a TV Before starting the installation, make sure that you have everything you need at hand. You need a USB stick and a remote control. 2.1 Remote control 2.1.2 Guest remote control 22AV1503A 2.1.1 Master remote control 22AV9573 P a g e...
  • Page 9: Easy Remote 22Av1601A

    2.1.3 Easy Remote 22AV1601A 2.1.4 Health Care remote (22AV1604A)
  • Page 10: Professional Settings Menu

    2.3 Software upgrade For the best guest experience it is highly recommended to use the latest software version available. Go to: http://www.philips.com/support/  Select your country, enter the model number and download the latest software version available ...
  • Page 11: Starting The Installation

    Starting the installation It is important to know if a TV is in Virgin mode (out of the box) or if it has been installed before. 3.1 Virgin mode If you can see below screen, you know that the TV is in ‘out of the box’ state and you can install the set by using procedure described in chapter “Virgin install wizard”...
  • Page 12: Professional Mode On/Off

    3.2 Professional Mode ON/OFF If your set is not in virgin mode you can check if the professional mode is ON or OFF. This can be done by opening the professional menu (“3,1,9,7,5,3,MUTE”), navigating to “Advanced settings” and pressing “OK”. See below screenshot to know if the professional mode is ON or OFF.
  • Page 13: Disable The Professional Mode

    Professional mode OFF 3.2.1 Disable the Professional mode Open the [Professional Settings] menu.  Go to [Advanced Settings], select [Professional Mode Settings] ,select [Professional Mode] and select [Off]. Confirm with “OK”  Press “Back” until you exit the [Professional settings] menu ...
  • Page 14: Reinstall Tv

    4 Reinstall TV If you want to start an installation from scratch you can always reinstall the TV. All settings will be reset to the default values and installed channels will be deleted. Open the [Professional Settings] menu, go to [Advanced Settings] and navigate to [Reset], press right cursor and select [Re-install TV] 14 | P a g e...
  • Page 15: Virgin Installation Wizard

    5 Virgin installation wizard When you get a new TV it will be in virgin mode. This means that you will have to go through the virgin installation wizard to perform the first configuration of the TV. 5.1 Instant Initial Cloning (IIC) 5.1.1 General When starting up the TV in virgin mode you see the first screen indicating Instant Initial Cloning (IIC).
  • Page 16: Virgin Configuration

     During this process you will see following: o Detection of the Clone file o SW upgrade will start, both UPG’s will be programmed o Cloning update progress will be shown o You have to press OK to close the overview screen, TV will then reboot with the new settings and software Remark: If you don’t press OK, the TV will go to standby after 30 minutes 5.2 Virgin Configuration...
  • Page 17 Room ID Room ID is used to identify the TV in a specific room. Using “Digit numbers” you can define the Room ID. After finishing the Virgin installation you will see below professional settings menu. 17 | P a g e...
  • Page 18: Professional Settings

    6 Professional Settings Below you can find an overview of all the professional settings with a small description of what the function or impact is on the TV. The professional settings are divided in several parts on this set. Below you can see an overview per menu item. 6.1 General Settings 6.1.1 Picture Settings...
  • Page 19 [Colour enhancement] will have an influence on how vivid the pictures will be. Depending on the set you can have less or more boosting of the colours. [Colour Temperature] will change the complete color temperature. You can use the standard settings or go for a custom setting where you can influence RGB separately [Contrast]...
  • Page 20 [Dynamic Contrast] If turned on the Tv will automatically adapt contrast to the content that is being displayed [Brightness] This setting will adjust the brightness of the displayed content [Video Contrast] This setting will change the contrast of the video. When set to 0 the video will not be visible anymore.
  • Page 21 [Gamma] You will see a slider to set a non-linear setting for picture luminance and contrast Note: This is an expert users settings and should normally not be changed [Sharpness] Below this category you can find the settings that will influence the sharpness of the content displayed on the TV [Super resolution]...
  • Page 22: Sound Settings

    [Noise Reduction] This setting will add noise reduction filters to filter out any noise that might be there in the incoming signal [MPEG artefact reduction] When turned on the setting will help smoothen digital transitions onscreen. 6.1.2 Sound Settings [Surround mode] This setting will influence the surround sound effect on the internal speakers of the TV...
  • Page 23 [Auto volume leveling] When turned on this feature will try to equalize the volume differences between different media [TV Speakers] TV Speakers can be turned [On] or [Off]. Also you can choose to use external speakers which you can control using [EasyLink] If the external speakers need to automatically start when the TV is turned on then use...
  • Page 24 [Bathroom speaker] Turn [On] or [Off] to control the audio out jack [Maximum volume] This setting will limit the maximum volume that a guest will be able to reach on his TV [Clear Sound] Select if you want to switch the Clear Sound to improve the sound for speech [On] or [Off]...
  • Page 25 [Audio Out Format] Set the audio out signal of the TV to fit with the sound capabilities of the connected Home Theatre System to [Multichannel] or [Stereo] [HDMI 1 – ARC] Turn [On] or [Off] to control the Audio Return Channel on HDMI port 1 [Audio Out Delay] Switch the delay if a sound...
  • Page 26: General Settings

    [Audio Out Offset] Set an audio offset if you cannot set a sound delay on the Home Theatre System by changing the slider value 6.1.3 General Settings [TV Placement] adjust placement by selecting [On the wall] or [On a TV stand] changing this will have an influence sound...
  • Page 27: Switch On Settings

    6.2 Switch on Settings These settings will be used as default each time the TV will be switched on. 6.2.1 Channel Settings [Channel] [Switch on channel filter] will configure the TV channel list that will be available for the guest at start up In [Switch on Channel] you are able to choose the startup channel...
  • Page 28: Feature Settings

    6.2.2 Feature Settings [Switch on feature] will configure the feature that will be available for the guest at startup. Depending on the enabled features the choices might vary. [MyChoice] will start the application which requests the PIN code [SmartInfo] will start the SmartInfo feature after TV starts up [None] will disable the...
  • Page 29 [Picture Format] Will determine in which size the content on the TV will be displayed [Colour] To change saturation you can edit this setting to your liking [Contrast] To change the contrast of the content displayed on the TV you can increase or decrease this setting 29 | P a g e...
  • Page 30: Sound Settings

    [Sharpness] To change the sharpness of the content displayed on the TV you can increase or decrease this setting 6.2.4 Sound Settings [Volume] Here you can configure the startup value for our three audio outputs: [TV Speakers], [Headphone] and [Bathroom Speakers] [Sound Style] Change the default sound...
  • Page 31 [Restore Style] Restore the style to its default values [Bass] Adjust the bass by increasing or decreasing this setting [Treble] Adjust the treble by increasing or decreasing this setting 31 | P a g e...
  • Page 32: Subtitles

    6.2.5 Subtitles [Subtitles] To enable subtitles you can turn [On] the subtitle feature. If you want to have the subtitles (when available) each time the sound is muted then select [Automatic] or [Off] to disable 6.2.6 Region and Language [Menu Language] To change the default menu language for the guest you can edit this setting to the...
  • Page 33: Channel And Source Settings

    6.4 Channel and Source Settings 6.4.1 Channel Settings [Manage Channels Sources] Here you are able to manage your channel list. Reordering, hiding or blanking channels are all options you can choose Note: The channel list can also be edited using CMND. This is by far the easiest method of organizing your channel list...
  • Page 34 [Automatic Channel update] Change setting to enable or disable automatic channel update [Channel update message] Change setting to enable or disable showing a message after automatic channel update has been performed [Display scrambled channel banner] Enable this setting and you will message scrambled channels indicating...
  • Page 35 [Enable EPG] Change setting to enable or disable Electronic Program Guide [Enable Subtitles] Change setting to enable or disable the subtitle feature [Enable Teletext] Change setting to enable or disable Teletext 35 | P a g e...
  • Page 36: Common Interface

    [Enable MHEG] Change setting to enable or disable MHEG. Note: MHEG will only work if the country selected at the time of broadcast installation supports this feature. 6.4.2 Common Interface [CI+ enable] Change setting to enable or disable the CI+ interface in the TV [Common Interface...
  • Page 37: Languages

    6.4.3 Languages [Primary Audio] Choose language that will be the preferred primary audio language [Secondary Audio] Choose language that will be the preferred secondary audio language [Primary Subtitles] Choose language that will be the preferred primary subtitle language 37 | P a g e...
  • Page 38 [Secondary Subtitles] Choose language that will be preferred secondary subtitle language [Primary Text] Choose language that will be the preferred primary Text language. Which is used as language in broadcast [Secondary Text] Choose language that will be the preferred secondary Text language.
  • Page 39: Easylink

    [Hearing impaired] Switching on this setting will enable adapted audio and subtitles when available [Audio Description] When enabled this setting will add audio commentary to the visible broadcast when available 6.4.4 EasyLink [Enable] Enabling Easylink will configure the Tv to use HDMI 39 | P a g e...
  • Page 40: Mono/Stereo Preference

    [Break-in Enable] When turned on the TV will respond to any HDMI CEC devices breaking in [Easylink Remote Control] When enabled it will be possible control external HDMI device using the TV’s remote control. Note: For this to work the external device needs...
  • Page 41: Feature Settings

    6.5 Feature Settings 6.5.1 Room ID [Room ID] Here you can configure the Room ID for this specific TV. Note: Room ID isn’t a cloneable setting so it will need to be adapted for every TV if used. 6.5.2 SmartInfo [SmartInfo] Here you can choose the mode of SmartInfo.
  • Page 42: Mychoice

    6.5.4 MyChoice [MyChoice] First of all you can [Enable] the feature. If set to [On] you can start by setting up the different packages by adding or removing channels from the packages. [Request for PIN] will force the guest to enter his PIN code every time the TV starts up.
  • Page 43: Date & Time

    6.5.6 Date & Time [Date & Time Source] Choose date & time source by choosing between [Automatic – Channels] or [Manual] Note: [Manual] needs to be selected when using SXP set top boxes who configure the clock using SXP commands [Date &...
  • Page 44: Switch Off Timer

    [Automatic Daylight Savings] Enable disable adaptation of the TV clock to daylight savings time [Time Offset] If needed the clock can be adapted with an offset to suite every scenario 6.5.7 Switch Off timer [Switch off timer] This setting can be configured between 240 minutes and Off where disables...
  • Page 45: On Screen Clock

    6.5.8 On screen clock [On screen clock] When set to [Yes] [Display clock always in standby] will show a clock when TV is in standby [Display clock Radio channels] will enable disable clock being shown on radio channels [Clock format] configured to [24 hour] or [AM/PM] 6.5.9 External Clock...
  • Page 46: Usb Autoplay

    6.5.11 USB Autoplay [USB Autoplay] When enabled this will allow for media playback using the USB stick once the TV starts up. This feature can be used for instance for showing hotel information in the lobby 6.5.12 USB Media Browser [USB Media Browser] When enabled this will give the guest access to the USB...
  • Page 47: Advanced Settings

    6.6 Advanced settings 6.6.1 Professional mode Turn [On] enable professional mode, turn [Off] to disable the professional mode Note: TV’s where professional mode is turned off will not be eligible for support! 6.6.2 Power [Power ON] will start up the set to the requested state [Standby] will start the set in Standby when the set is...
  • Page 48: Input Control

    [Reboot Everyday] will only be available if [Fast] is selected as Standby mode. When enabled this setting will reboot the set once a day in the background to make sure refresh memory settings every day When [Fast] is selected the preferred setting for this is [On] [Auto Standby] when enabled...
  • Page 49 [Remote Control Lock] when turned [On] normal remote won’t work anymore. This can be used when STB’s are used Note: The master remote will continue to work even with this feature turned [On] [“WatchTv” RC Key mapping] instead of going to Tv source the button can be overridden to move to the selected input [IR Decoding mode]...
  • Page 50: Security

    6.6.4 Security [High Security] When turned [On] the TV will block all key codes to open special menu’s like professional menu Note: This doesn’t affect the Master remote 50 | P a g e...
  • Page 51: Vsecure

    6.6.5 Vsecure The Vsecure system, defines a method to prevent unauthorized viewing and copying of digital video data that is broadcasted on a closed hospitality television network. For this purpose, the VSecure system provides a method of scrambling the digital Audio/video data at the head-end, and a method of descrambling the Audio/video data inside the clients such as television sets.
  • Page 52 [Frequency (Vsecure RF)] This will set the RF frequency on which the TV will look for the Vsecure key [Medium(Vsecure RF)] You can select the medium on which the TV needs to check for Vsecure keys [Symbol rate(Vsecure RF)] If needed also the symbol rate added configure the RF checking...
  • Page 53: Serial Xpress

    [Vsecure Key to Erase] This menu gives you control on selecting Vsecure keys for deletion [Erase Selected Key] When pressed the selected keys in [Vsecure Key To Erase] will be deleted from the TV 6.6.6 Serial Xpress [Baud Rate] Here you can change the baud rate of the SXP RJ48 port 53 |...
  • Page 54: Diagnostic Logging

    6.6.7 UI [Display OSD] When set to [No] the TV won’t display the UI layer anymore. This will mean that for instance the information when zapping like channel number and channel name won’t be shown anymore 6.6.8 Diagnostic Logging [Enable] Turn the feature to by selecting [Yes] or to off by selecting [No]...
  • Page 55: Reset

    6.6.9 Reset [Reset Settings] When executed all changes in the menu will be reset to the default values [Re-Install TV] When executed the TV will go to virgin mode and you will be able to reinstall the TV or use IIC.
  • Page 56: Rf Based Upgrade And Cloning

    [Select Clone To TV] When multiple clone files are available on the USB drive you can use this menu to select the appropriate clone to flash on the TV The format for the Clone file name is the following: RoomID (5digits) CloneData eg.
  • Page 57: Software And Clone Information

    [Frequency] This setting can be used to set the primary frequency where the TV will check for updates to be available The default will be 498Mhz [Clone RF to TV] After pressing “OK” this will trigger the TV immediately to look for an upgrade on the RF network 6.7.3 Software and Clone information...
  • Page 58: Settings Overview

    6.7.4 Settings Overview When opened this will display a summary of all professional settings 58 | P a g e...
  • Page 59: Channel Installation Wizard

    7 Channel installation wizard To install channels you have to go to the [Professional Settings] [Install Channels]. In the menu you have a ton of options to change your channel installation. You can choose which mediums to use, to use Analogue vs Digital and so on. Below we will explain the configuration possibilities and how to install the channels.
  • Page 60: Configuration

    7.1 Configuration The first choice that needs to be made will be which medium’s need to be used during the channel search. A choice can be made to turn [On] or [Off] DVB-T, DVB-C and analogue channels before starting the search.
  • Page 61: Analogue

    7.1.1 Analogue For analogue you can enable or disable the PAL and/or SECAM scan. When either one is turned [On] the channel search will include the package during the channel search. SECAM 61 | P a g e...
  • Page 62: Dvb-T

    7.1.2 DVB-T For DVB-T the only option to choose from would be to go for a [Quick] or for a [Full] scan of the spectrum. Choosing between [Quick] or [Full] will have an influence on the step size that is used for scanning for channels.
  • Page 63: Digital Settings

    Depending on the broadcaster you can also immediately indicate the [Network Frequency], the [Network ID] and the [Symbol rate mode] 7.2 Digital Settings Besides the individual medium settings you can also find a [Common Digital settings] menu where it’s possible to change some additional items specifically for digital broadcasts. [Enable LCN Sorting] when turned [On] will provide a sorting algorithm for the channels as intended by the broadcaster.
  • Page 64: Signal Testing

    7.4 Signal Testing Before installing channels or possibly for checking something it might be needed to check for a signal without the need for completely reinstalling all channels. With the below menu’s you have the ability to do so. Also upgrading the channel package can be done using this mechanism so that the TV doesn’t require a complete channel search.
  • Page 65: Installing Channels

    7.5 Installing channels If you are looking for a complete install and not an addition to an existing channel list as explained in the previous paragraph then you can perform a [Channel Installation]. Before starting the full scan you can indicate to the TV which mediums need to be scanned. Remember that any of the settings in the previous discussed menu’s will come into effect when a medium is turned [On].
  • Page 66 When [Update Channels] is pressed the TV will look for any changes in the RF network and will adapt the current channel list to reflect those changes. When [Re-Install Channels] is pressed the TV will ask you for all the necessary input such as Country and Broadcaster.
  • Page 67 Choosing the broadcaster Starting the search 67 | P a g e...
  • Page 68 Searching channels Search completed After [Re-Install Channels] finishes successfully you will end up with a new channel list. 68 | P a g e...
  • Page 69: Smartinfo

    8 SmartInfo The SmartInfo feature can be used in two ways, as a picture slide show [Show] or as interactive pages [Browser]. The two ways of using SmartInfo are not complementary and cannot be used both at the same time. SmartInfo can display the pictures or the webpages by pressing “SmartInfo”. 8.1 SmartInfo Show SmartInfo used as Show contains pictures uploaded in TV memory which are changed by the TV set automatically every 8 seconds.
  • Page 70: Mychoice

    9 MyChoice In this manual we will cover only the configuration of MyChoice on the TV, all details about the account and credits are covered in a different manual. Please contact your TP Vision country sales manager to setup an account and buy the credits. During the installation of the TV sets please collect the following information: Room number TV model...
  • Page 71 And if it is required the Time offset. 71 | P a g e...
  • Page 72: Configuring The Tv

    9.1 Configuring the TV Go to [Feature Settings] and enable MyChoice. In this case two options are available. These are: [No]: This means that MyChoice is disabled and the packages are not available. [Yes] MyChoice is enabled Defining the channel packages is the second step in the MyChoice configuration. Based on the pin code the TV channels will be displayed.
  • Page 73 Package 1: In package 1 you can add the channels which will be available with the MyChoice pin code. Keep in mind that the MyChoice pin code for package 1 will enable only the channels from this package. To have a proper package configuration add all the “Free channels” to this package. If you don’t add the [Free channels] in this package after the MyChoice activation, the channel plan will include only Extra channels without possibility to view the [Free channels package].
  • Page 74: Checking Mychoice Functionality

    Package 2: In this package you can add channels which will be activated with a different MyChoice pin code. This package can contain [Free channels], [Package 1] and another few channels which will be available only if the pin code is valid for Package 2. Few configuration possibilities are: Package 2 = Free channels + VIP Channels Note: VIP channels can contain channels which are included in Package 1 and a few extra.
  • Page 75 Enter the pin code received from the website or generated with a scratch card. After entering the pin code press OK to submit the code. If the pin code is correct, the following message will be displayed. Also the message will display the remaining viewing time.
  • Page 76: Scheduler

    10 Scheduler This function allows you to program up to 7 different scheduled time intervals for this TV to activate. You can set: Which input source the TV will use for each scheduled activation period. The time for the display to turn on and turn off. The days in a week for the display to activate.
  • Page 77 • Wakeup Source : the wakeup source shall be able to select any channel from the combined channel list as well as USB Autoplay or SmartInfo. This will be the source at startup of the Tv when the schedule is active. •...
  • Page 78 • Switch off time: is the time at which the TV will switch off (go to standby) for the selected schedule. If the selected schedule is not [Enabled], this time shall not be configurable. • Repeat modes: will define the day of repeat activation for selected Schedule for a given week.
  • Page 79: Csm (Customer Service Menu)

    11 CSM (Customer Service Menu) The CSM contains data about the TV software, serial number and other details. The menu can be accessed using a standard remote control or using the master remote control.  Using the guest RC: “1 2 3 6 5 4” ...
  • Page 80: Appendix 1

    Appendix 1 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?> <SchemaVersion MajorVerNo="2" MinorVerNo="0"/> <TvContents> <ChannelMap> <Channel> <Source Type=”HDMI1” > </Source> < Setup presetnumber="40" name="DVD Player" blank="0" skip="0" FreePKG="0" PayPKG1="1" PayPKG2="1" TTV1=”0” TTV2=”3” TTV3=”1” TTV4=”0” TTV5=”0” TTV6=”1” TTV7=”0” TTV8=”0” TTV9=”0” TTV10=”0”></Setup> </Channel> <Channel> <Media url=”file://xxx/yy.mpg” > </Media> <...
  • Page 81: Appendix 2

    Appendix 2 This is an example of the channeltable. This can be found back in the clone file as ChannelList.xml under the ChannelList folder. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?> <SchemaVersion MajorVerNo="2" MinorVerNo="0"/> <TvContents> <ChannelMap> <Channel> <Broadcast medium="dvbc" frequency="306000" system="west" serviceID="1005" ONID="1" TSID="10" modulation="256" symbolrate="6875000" bandwidth="Auto" servicetype="TV"...
  • Page 82: Appendix 3

    Appendix 3 [Multi RC] This function allows that up to ten televisions can be installed in a room whereas every TV will listen to its own RC. Once the TV is set, also every RC can be set to remember its connected TV: [Off] This function is not used;...
  • Page 83 © 2016 TP Vision Belgium NV All Rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks are the property of Koninklijke Philips NV or their respective owners. www.philips.com 83 | P a g e...