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  • Page 1

    A Guide to TracVision 6 technical Installation • Configuration • Maintenance • manual...

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    TracVision 6-HP Technical Manual (KVH Part Number 54-0166). The “=TV” configuration command printed in the manual is incorrect. For your TracVision 6-HP system, the correct configuration command is =TVG6HPT , not =TVG6HP . You will need to enter the =TVG6HPT command whenever you replace the main printed circuit board (PCB) or calibrate the antenna gyro, at the steps noted below.

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    This manual provides detailed instructions on the proper installation, configuration, troubleshooting, and maintenance of the KVH TracVision 6 system. Complete instructions on how to use the TracVision 6 system is provided in the TracVision 6 User’s Guide. Throughout this manual, important information is marked for...

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    TracVision and KVH are registered trademarks of KVH Industries, Inc. ™ TracNet is a trademark of KVH Industries, Inc. ® (Digital Video Broadcasting) is a registered trademark of the DVB Project. ® DIRECTV is a registered trademark of DIRECTV, Inc., a unit of the DIRECTV Group.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    TracVision 6 System Overview ..... . .3 TracVision 6 Components ......5 Materials Provided With the TracVision 6 .

  • Page 6

    Appendices ........69 TracVision 6 Field Replaceable Units ....52 Replacing the PCBs and Fuses .

  • Page 7: Introduction

    TracVision 6 System Overview ......3 TracVision 6 Components ....... .5 Materials Provided With the TracVision 6 .

  • Page 8: Tracvision 6 System Overview

    TracVision 6 System Overview A complete satellite TV system includes the TracVision 6 antenna connected to the switchplate, an IRD (satellite TV receiver), and a television set. The optional TV/SAT Switch allows you to select a satellite at the press of a button. A desktop or laptop computer is used to configure the system and conduct diagnostics.

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    Your TracVision 6 includes a pre-programmed satellite library of North American, European, and Latin American satellite services. When configuring the TracVision 6, you may choose a pair of satellites from the library to be active in the system and with your IRD.

  • Page 10: Tracvision 6 Components

    TracVision 6 Components Your TracVision 6 system includes the following components: Antenna Unit The antenna unit houses the antenna positioning mechanism, low noise block (LNB), power supply, and control elements within a molded ABS radome. Weathertight connectors on the bottom of the baseplate join the power, signal, and control cabling from belowdecks units.

  • Page 11: Materials Provided With The Tracvision 6

    TracVision 6 Packing List For a list of items supplied in the kitpack, see Table 2-3 on page 10. Materials Provided With the TracVision 6 Table 1-3 lists the components and materials in the TracVision 6 shipping carton. Component Antenna Unit Switchplate...

  • Page 12: Installation

    2 – Installation This section explains how to install, configure, and test the TracVision 6 system. Follow the simple procedures in this section sequentially to ensure a safe and effective installation. Contents Planning the Installation ........9 Mounting the TracVision Antenna .

  • Page 13: Planning The Installation

    TracVision 6 system. Installers should have experience installing electronic equipment on a vessel. Materials and Equipment Required for Installation Before you begin installing the TracVision 6 system, you need to verify that you have all of the following tools and materials: • Electric drill •...

  • Page 14

    TracVision 6 Technical Manual Table 2-2 Recommended Switchplate-to- Ship’s Power Cable Specifications Table 2-3 Kitpack Contents • A PC with terminal emulation software such as Windows Hyperterminal or PROCOMM. • Power cable to connect the switchplate to ship’s power (Table 2-2 provides proper gauge and length specifications).

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    Choosing Component Locations The major considerations in locating the TracVision components are described below. Cable Lengths When determining component locations, keep in mind accessibility and cable lengths between units. Lengths of these cables are as follows: Cable (Function) Data Cable (Switchplate to Antenna Unit) PC Cable (Switchplate to PC) RF Cable (Antenna to IRD)* Power Cable (Switchplate to Antenna Unit)

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    TracVision 6 Technical Manual Figure 2-1 Antenna Blockage Choosing the Best Location for the TracVision Antenna There are several factors to consider when choosing the location for the TracVision antenna. • Since the TracVision antenna requires a clear view of the southern sky to receive satellite signals, the ideal antenna site has an unobstructed view of the horizon/satellite all around.

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    27.36" (695 mm) Compression Seal 26.2" 4x .50" (665 mm) (4x 13 mm) 12.0" (305 mm) Radar Concerns The TracVision antenna must be kept out of line with nearby radars, as their energy levels may overload the antenna’s front- end circuits. In an ideal installation, the antenna is mounted four feet (1.2 m) above and four feet (1.2 m) away from the radar (measured from the center of the antenna dome to the center of the radar).

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    Locating the Switchplate A switchplate has been provided to serve as the hub of the TracVision 6 wiring (with the exception of the RF cable, which will be connected to the IRD). The switchplate includes an On/Off switch and a DB9 maintenance port for easy access to the antenna unit’s software and diagnostics.

  • Page 19: Mounting The Tracvision Antenna

    Mounting the TracVision Antenna 1. Make sure that you have chosen a suitable mounting location based upon the guidelines in “Choosing the Best Location for the TracVision Antenna” on page 12. 2. Using the template provided at the back of this manual or the dimensions shown in Figure 2-4, lay out the four mounting bolt holes and cable access hole at the mounting site.

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    TracVision 6 Technical Manual The foam shipping restraints must be removed before power is applied. Save the restraints for reuse and be sure to install them whenever the antenna unit is moved from place to place. See Section 4.9, “Preparing for Shipment”...

  • Page 21

    9. Clean the mounting surface where the foam seal will be placed. Remove the paper backing from the foam seal to expose the contact cement, then lay the foam seal in place, adhesive side down, and press down firmly to bring the adhesive into full contact along the mounting surface.

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    TracVision 6 Technical Manual When rotating the azimuth mechanism by hand, go slowly. Hitting the mechanical stops with excessive force will damage the azimuth limit switch. Figure 2-8 Bolting the Antenna Unit to the Deck (Side View) 12. At each of the four baseplate mounting holes, place a ⁄...

  • Page 23: Connecting The Ird(s)

    Connecting the IRD(s) For the TracVision system to work, you must connect the following cables to your satellite TV receiver(s) (IRDs): • RF Cable • Ground Wire Connecting the RF Cable(s) Each RF cable must be an RG-11 (75 ohms) or RG-6 (75 ohms) cable fitted with F-type connectors.

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    Due to the signal polarization in European satellites, the use of a multiswitch with a dual-output LNB will result in a loss of signal and less than optimal operation with TracVision 6 systems used in Europe. Figure 2-9 Single Multiswitch Installation (North American and Latin...

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    Multiple Multiswitch Installation If you need to connect more than four IRDs to the TracVision antenna, you may carry out a multiple multiswitch installation, as shown in Figure 2-10. TracVision Antenna Baseplate DC Power DC In RHCP VHF/UHF LHCP +13v +18v Multiswitch Out 1...

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    TracVision 6 Technical Manual Figure 2-11 Multiswitch Installation (European Quad-output LNB systems only) Option 3 - Connecting Three or More IRDs (European Quad-output LNB Systems) In European systems that come with a quad-output LNB, all four RF outputs from the TracVision antenna can be connected to individual IRDs.

  • Page 27: Wiring The Switchplate

    • Vessel Power Cable • IRD Ground Wire(s) Tips for Safe and Successful Wiring • When attaching cables to the TracVision 6 switchplate connectors, make sure the insulation is stripped back approximately wires gently to help achieve a good connection. Do not pinch insulation inside the connector.

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    Cable and Indicator Lamp Connecting the Antenna Data Cable Find the TracVision 6 data cable where it comes through the panel cutout made earlier. Wire the data cable to the switchplate as shown in Figure 2-13. The connector board is etched with the same wire color identification to make the wiring process easier.

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    The TracVision 6 system requires an 11-16 VDC power input. A quick-tripping circuit breaker or fuse should be installed between the switchplate and vessel power. Circuit overload protection should be rated for 5 amperes.

  • Page 30: Mounting The Switchplate

    TracVision 6 Technical Manual Figure 2-16 Mounting the Switchplate Support Frame and Front Cover Before securing the switchplate to the mounting surface, be sure to strain relieve the wires connecting to the switchplate connectors. Several tie-wraps have been provided to aid in strain relieving the wires.

  • Page 31: Activating/programming The Ird

    Please refer to the user manual that accompanied your IRD for activation instructions. Programming European IRDs Before the TracVision 6 system can be used in Europe, the IRD must be programmed to receive signals from the selected DVB satellite services. Programming is conducted using menu selections displayed on the TV screen.

  • Page 32

    TracVision 6 Technical Manual If you use an active multiswitch to connect three or more IRDs, the multiswitch will interfere with the 22 KHz tone sent by DIRECTV ™ DSS Plus IRDs to the antenna. As a result, the antenna will not...

  • Page 33: Installing Satellites To Track

    Installing Satellites to Track TracVision 6 can track a variety of DVB-compatible and DSS (DIRECTV) satellites. The system contains a preprogrammed library of North American, European, and Latin American satellites. It also has two open slots that you may use to program two additional satellites of your choice.

  • Page 34

    • Parity: None • Stop bits: 1 • Flow control: None 3. Apply power to the TracVision 6 system and allow the system to complete full initialization. Data should be scrolling on the PC display to identify any system problems detected. If no data is seen, recheck your connections and the terminal software setup for the correct COM port.

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    “Programming User-defined Satellites.” Programming User-defined Satellites The TracVision 6 satellite library has the capacity for two user- defined satellites in case you want to track a satellite that is not currently preprogrammed in the library. To configure a user-...

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    TracVision 6 Technical Manual Table 2-8 SATCONFIG Parser Command Table 2-9 Satellite Transponder Data Sequence Entering User-defined Satellite Data To configure your user-defined satellites, follow the steps below. 1. Using your PC’s terminal emulation program, type HALT<cr> (<cr> indicates a carriage return/ENTER key).

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    • vertical high • horizontal high • right TracVision 6 requires that the data fields for all transponder categories be provided. If the selected satellite does not have information for one or more of the transponder categories, default information should...

  • Page 38

    TracVision 6 Technical Manual An Example of Configuring a User-defined Satellite (N. America) The following is an example of configuring the fictional YOURSAT 123 as the USER1 configured satellite. Prior to configuring this satellite or any others, be certain to get the most up-to-date information from one of the sources previously discussed.

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    An Example of Configuring a User-defined Satellite (Europe) The following is an example of configuring the fictional YOURSAT 123 as the USER1 configured satellite. Prior to configuring this satellite or any others, be certain to get the most up-to-date information from one of the sources previously discussed.

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    TracVision 6 Technical Manual Table 2-11 Satellite Installation Names Satellite Install Name North American Satellites º DSS 101 DSS_101 º DSS 119 DSS_119 º EchoStar 61 Echo_61 º EchoStar 110 Echo_110 º EchoStar 119 Echo_119 º EchoStar 148 Echo_148 ExpressVu...

  • Page 41: Setting The Skew Angle (european Systems Only)

    Setting the Skew Angle (European Systems Only) To optimize channel reception, the antenna’s LNB skew angle must be adjusted. Refer to your satellite service provider for the proper skew angle for your selected satellite service and geographical location. Adjusting the LNB Skew Angle 1.

  • Page 42: Checking Out The System

    TracVision 6 during startup and operation. Checking Out the System Now that you’ve installed the TracVision 6, you need to verify that the system functions properly. Check the system startup sequence to ensure that the system is operating within normal parameters.

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    5. When all checks are completed, shut down the system. 54-0166 Installation Be certain to fill out and submit the warranty card to KVH to ensure that your TracVision 6 is fully covered under the 2-year parts and 1-year labor warranty.

  • Page 44: 2.10 Changing Geographic Location

    2.10 Changing Geographic Location If you move to a different geographic area, you will need to modify your TracVision 6 system to receive satellite TV signals in the new location. To begin receiving satellite signals in the new area, perform the following steps.

  • Page 45: Troubleshooting

    3 – Troubleshooting This section identifies basic trouble symptoms and lists their possible causes and solutions. Contents Troubleshooting Matrix ....... . .43 Causes and Remedies for Common Operational Issues .

  • Page 46: Troubleshooting Matrix

    Troubleshooting Matrix The troubleshooting matrix shown in Table 3-1 identifies some trouble symptoms, their possible causes, and references to troubleshooting solutions. 1 = Anyone can do 2 = Electronics know-how recommended 3 = Dealer service recommended SYMPTOM Antenna non-functional Antenna not switching satellites No picture on TV set Certain channels do not work Intermittent picture for short intervals...

  • Page 47: Causes And Remedies For Common Operational Issues

    TracVision 6, the antenna gyro will record that variable motion as “standing still.” This may cause the antenna to track improperly. To solve this problem, turn the TracVision 6 off for at least 10 seconds. Turn the system back on, ensuring that the vessel is either motionless or traveling in a straight line for the 60 seconds immediately following power-up.

  • Page 48

    The satellite configuration on European IRDs must match the satellite settings on the TracVision 6 system. • Satellite A on the TracVision 6 must be the same satellite as IRD Alternative 1 (or A, based on your IRD) and must be assigned the IRD DiSEqC 1 setting.

  • Page 49: Ird Troubleshooting

    “RF1” (see Section 2.3, “Connecting the IRD(s)” on page 19). Type of Multiswitch Used An active (not passive) multiswitch must always be used to connect the TracVision 6 system to multiple IRDs. Refer to Section 2.3, “Connecting the IRD(s)” on page 19 for directions on proper multiswitch/multiple IRD cabling.

  • Page 50: Computer Diagnostics

    • Parity: None • Stop bits: 1 • Flow control: None 3. Apply power to the TracVision 6 system and allow the system to complete full initialization. Data should be scrolling on the PC display to identify any system problems detected. If no data is seen, recheck your connections and the terminal software setup for the correct COM port.

  • Page 51: Maintenance

    Preventive Maintenance ....... . .51 TracVision 6 Field Replaceable Units ..... . .52 Replacing the PCBs and Fuses .

  • Page 52: Warranty/service Information

    RMA number will be returned to you at your expense. Preventive Maintenance TracVision 6 requires minimal preventive maintenance. The following tasks are sufficient to maintain peak performance. Monthly • Wash the exterior of the radome and baseplate assembly with fresh water;...

  • Page 53: Tracvision 6 Field Replaceable Units

    If you experience an operating problem or otherwise require technical assistance, please contact your local authorized TracVision 6 dealer/installer or distributor. If an authorized dealer/installer or distributor is not located nearby, contact KVH or KVH Europe directly at the telephone, fax, or e-mail listings on the first page of this manual.

  • Page 54

    LNB, elevation motor, and elevation drive belt may be removed and replaced on site using common hand tools. Other TracVision 6 service must be done by your authorized dealer/installer, distributor or by KVH. Evidence of tampering or unauthorized repairs will void the warranty. The following sections provide step-by-step procedures for removing and replacing field replaceable units.

  • Page 55: Replacing The Pcbs And Fuses

    TracVision 6 Technical Manual Figure 4-2 PCB Cover Removal The PCB cover fits snugly over the PCBs. When removing or replacing the cover, take care to ensure that the cover does not dislodge any of the Molex connectors, as this will cause system errors and improper operation.

  • Page 56

    The PCBs are mounted to the antenna support frame with machine screws and are interconnected by Molex connectors. Figure 4-3 shows the PCB arrangement and connectors, while Figure 4-4 shows how the printed circuit boards are mounted to the support frame. Refer to these figures when replacing the PCBs.

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    TracVision 6 Technical Manual Refer to Section 3.5, “Computer Diagnostics” on page 47 for complete details on connecting a PC to the system via the maintenance port. Replacing the Main PCB 1. With a PC connected to the switchplate’s maintenance port, apply power to the antenna unit.

  • Page 58

    Replacing the RF PCB 1. The RF PCB receives operating voltages from both the main PCB and the IRD (via the RF cable). Ensure that all power (including the IRD) is turned off before proceeding. 2. Remove the PCB cover, as explained in “Removing the PCB Cover”...

  • Page 59: Replacing The Antenna Gyro Assembly

    TracVision 6 Technical Manual Figure 4-6 Replacing the Antenna Gyro Assembly Replacing the Antenna Gyro Assembly 1. Remove the PCB cover, as explained in “Removing the PCB Cover” on page 54. 2. Remove the four screws, four washers, and the counterweight from the end of the antenna gyro (see Figure 4-6).

  • Page 60

    6. Connect the new antenna gyro’s Molex connector to the main PCB. 7. Replace the antenna gyro gasket (see Figure 4-6). 8. Using the standoffs removed in Step 3, secure the new antenna gyro to the bracket. The antenna gyro should be oriented so that the cable extends from the top of the gyro, as shown in Figure 4-6.

  • Page 61

    TracVision 6 Technical Manual 9. Type HALT<cr> . 10. Type DEBUGON<cr> 11. Type =LSTEST<cr> . 12. Type EL,300<cr> . 13. Type =CALGYRO<cr> . Gyro Azimuth scale factor is between -0.00090 and -0.00110 and the Antenna Gyro Elevation scale factor is between 0.00090 and 0.00110.

  • Page 62: Replacing The Azimuth Limit Switch Assembly

    Replacing the Azimuth Limit Switch Assembly 1. Rotate the antenna assembly, by hand, clockwise until it stops. 2. Remove the PCB cover as explained in “Removing the PCB Cover” on page 54. 3. At the main PCB, cut the black and white wires from the azimuth limit switch Molex connector (see Figure 4-3 on page 55).

  • Page 63

    TracVision 6 Technical Manual Figure 4-8 Azimuth Limit Switch Orientation 8. Route the new limit switch wires through the cover and cable clamp to the main PCB’s Molex connector. After noting the position of the old black and white wires, remove the old wires from the Molex connector.

  • Page 64: Replacing The Elevation Motor And Belt

    Replacing the Elevation Motor and Belt The elevation motor is mounted to the inside of the support frame. Machine screws and washers hold the drive motor in position to maintain proper tension on the toothed drive belt. Figure 4-9 shows the arrangement of motor, drive belt, and antenna pulley.

  • Page 65

    TracVision 6 Technical Manual Excessive belt tension may result in antenna reflector vibration. 4. Loosen the screws and gently press downward on the motor hub until the drive belt is at proper tension. Adjust the belt tension for a maximum of ⁄...

  • Page 66: Replacing The Lnb

    Replacing the LNB The LNB assembly receives power from the IRD via the RF PCB. Be certain that the IRD is turned off or disconnected from its power source before removing or reconnecting the LNB. Replacing a North American or Latin American LNB 1.

  • Page 67

    TracVision 6 Technical Manual Figure 4-11 Skew Angle Labels Figure 4-12 European LNB Replacement (Quad-output LNB Shown) Replacing a European LNB 1. Using a ⁄ " wrench, carefully disconnect the RF connectors at the LNB. 2. Note the currently set skew value, as indicated by the stickers on the LNB and choke assembly (see Figure 4-11).

  • Page 68: Preparing For Shipment

    Preparing for Shipment If you need to repack the antenna unit for shipment, the shipping restraints removed during installation must be reinstalled. Follow the steps below to reinstall the restraints. 1. Rotate the azimuth mechanism slowly to find the limit switch stop. The front of the antenna should be facing the forward arrow.

  • Page 69

    Figure 4-14. 5. Pack the TracVision 6 antenna unit in its original package. 6. As detailed in the warranty accompanying this...

  • Page 70: Appendices

    Switchplate Template ........73 Appendix C Comprehensive TracVision 6 System Wiring Diagram ..75 Appendix D Startup Data Sequence .

  • Page 71: Appendix A

    Position repeatability 0.1° Surge/sway/heave ±0.2 G Shock 20 G, 11 msec Vibration 0.9 G rms over 5-33 Hz 54-0166 System Specifications Table A-1 TracVision 6 Antenna Physical Specifications Table A-2 TracVision 6 Power Specifications Table A-3 TracVision 6 Performance Specifications...

  • Page 72: Appendix B

    Switchplate Template Appendix B Switchplate Template 54-0166...

  • Page 73: C Comprehensive Tracvision 6 System Wiring Diagram

    Comprehensive TracVision 6 Wiring Diagram The comprehensive TracVision 6 wiring diagram is unavailable in PDF format. If you require a copy of this wiring diagram, please contact KVH Technical Support at +1 401 847-3327 or via email at A copy of the diagram...

  • Page 74: Appendix D

    TracVision 6 when receiving signals from DIRECTV, the DISH Network, or ExpressVu. This sequence may vary based on the software version loaded onto the TracVision 6 system. This data can be recorded using the maintenance port and a PC. ?PGM TracVision G6 Controller Rev X - Version X.XX - Serial number XXXXXXXX...

  • Page 75

    TracVision 6 Technical Manual ES Status Timeout Running Sensorless. No Ext Sensor Detected--------Configuring for sensorless operation *** Initializing Antenna *** *** NO GPS-Default Used ***-----------------------Accessing default location based on sat install GPS: UTC: 083000.00, Lat: 4131.00N, Long: *** Initializing Rate Bias *** GPS: DSS_101 AZ = 220.9, EL = 33.4----------------Default satellite position based on sat install...

  • Page 76: Maintenance Port Parser Commands

    Appendix E Maintenance Port Parser Commands The TracVision 6 system parser commands are parsed when the system receives an ASCII carriage return (Hex 0D). An ASCII line feed (Hex 0A) is permitted but is ignored in any transmitted command. All system responses are terminated with an ASCII carriage return followed by a line feed and ending with either an acknowledge character (ASCII >...

  • Page 77

    TracVision 6 Technical Manual Help on Parser Commands Function: lists parser commands Command: HELP Response: lists all parser commands Turn On Sleep Mode Function: turns on Sleep Mode Command: SLEEPON Response: echoes the command Turn Off Sleep Mode Function: turns off Sleep Mode...

  • Page 78

    Enter Serial Number Function: enters system serial number Command: =SERNUM,XXXXXXXX Where: XXXXXXXX = the system’s serial number Response: SN = XXXXXXXX Configure System Function: configures software for a particular system model Command: =TVXXXX Where: XXXX = system model (i.e., G6HP) Response: system configures software and antenna restarts Manual Positioning Commands...

  • Page 79

    TracVision 6 Technical Manual Table E-3 Operational Commands Azimuth CW Step Function: commands a manual 0.1° clockwise step in azimuth angle Command: Response: echoes the command Azimuth CCW Step Function: commands a manual 0.1° counter-clockwise step in azimuth angle Command:...

  • Page 80

    Tracking and Conical Scan Commands Target Location Function: reports the target location in antenna frame; data format is E### for elevation in degrees 000-900 and A#### for azimuth in degrees 0000-3599 with implied decimals Command: TGTLOCATION Response: Target Location = A = E###, A#### Analog Signal Strength Report Function: reports signal strength from RF detector circuit in...

  • Page 81

    TracVision 6 Technical Manual Report RF Tracking Parameters Function: reports all RF tracking parameters for primary & secondary satellites* Command: @SATCONFIG Response: F,x,fffff,S,C,ID,P,B,D <cr> Where: x = satellite (A = primary, B = secondary) fffff = frequency in MHz (00000 and 10700 to...

  • Page 82

    Set RF Tracking Parameters Function: sets RF tracking parameter Command: @SATCONFIG,X,N,F,S,C,ID,P,B,D<cr> Response: Echoes the input data Where: @SATCONFIG = directs data to the RF Board X = satellite location A or B N = satellite table # (98 & 99 are slots for user- configured satellites) F = frequency in MHz (either 00000 or a range from 10700 - 12700)

  • Page 83

    TracVision 6 Technical Manual Do NOT use the Frequency Scan function unless directed by KVH Technical Support or a KVH- authorized technician. Improper data selection may affect the system’s operation. Frequency Scan Function: updates satellite frequency data Command: @SC,XXXXX,YY Where: XXXXX = symbol rate (010000 - 399999) YY = FEC code (e.g., 12, 23, 34, 56, 67, 78)

  • Page 84

    Installation Commands Set/Report GPS Position Function: reports or sets default GPS position Command: GPS<cr> GPS,XX,D,YYY,E Response: GPS = XXD YYYE GPS: XXD YYYE Where: XX = latitude (0-90) D = S (South) or N (North) YYY = longitude (0-180) E = E (East) or W (West) Report Satellite Names Function: reports names for satellites A and B...

  • Page 85

    TracVision 6 Technical Manual Table E-7 Debug Commands Configure Longitude of a User-configurable Satellite Function: configures one of the user-configurable satellites with the longitude provided Command: SATCONFIG,USERX,YYY,Z,D,L Response: If valid, echoes the input data If invalid, returns error message Where:...

  • Page 86

    Apply Default Values to Default Satellites Function: updates the default satellites to the default values Command: SATPAIR,X Response: displays numerous frequency commands and reports “Satellite Installation Complete” Where: X = 0 (satellites default to Astra1 & Hotbird) X = 1 (satellites default to Expressvu and EchoStar 119) X = 2 (satellites default to DSS_101 and DSS_119)

  • Page 87

    Limited Warranty on Hardware KVH Industries, Inc. warrants the KVH product purchased against defects in materials for a period of TWO (2) years and against factory labor costs for a period of ONE (1) year from the date of original retail purchase by the original purchaser.

  • Page 88

    Kokkedal Industripark 2B 2980 Kokkedal Denmark Phone: (401) 847-3327 Fax: (401) 849-0045 Phone: +45 45 160 180 Fax: +45 45 160 181 E-mail: Internet: E-mail: Internet: ® and TracVision ® are registered trademarks of KVH Industries, Inc.

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