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Oyster Digital CI
CARO Digital CI
Cosmo Digital CI
including the options HD and DVB-T
Date: November 2006
Software version EU/2.02
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    Operating instructions
    Oyster Digital CI
    CARO Digital CI
    Cosmo Digital CI
    including the options HD and DVB-T

    Date: November 2006
    Software version EU/2.02



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    Proper use and operation
    This product has been designed for use in a fixed installation on
    mobile homes or camper trailers with maximum speeds of 130
    km/h. It is designed to automatically aim a parabolic antenna
    mounted on a stationary vehicle at geostationary television
    satellites transmitting directly to Europe. The power to the system
    is supplied by a standard vehicle electric system with a rated
    voltage of 12 or 24 Volt. For installations where a connection to the
    vehicle's electrical system is provided, a suitable 230-Volt to 12-Volt
    power converter must be used.
    Use of the equipment for any other purpose than the one specified
    is not permitted.
    Please also note the following instructions from the manufacturer:
    • It is not permitted to change the overall device by removing or
    adding individual components.
    • It is not permitted to use other parabolic antennas or LNBs than
    those installed originally at the equipment.
    • Installation must only be performed by sufficiently qualified
    personnel. All instructions in the supplied Installation Instructions,
    which form part of the Operating Instructions, must be carefully
    followed.
    • All of the relevant and approved guidelines of the automotive
    industry must be observed and complied with.
    • The equipment must only be installed on hard vehicle roofs which
    are sufficiently strong and inherently stable.

    • No regular maintenance is required for the product. All housings

    and enclosures must not be opened. Always ask a qualified
    professional to carry out any maintenance work.

    • In the event of any problems, or if you are unsure about anything,
    please contact the manufacturer directly or a specialist workshop
    which is approved by the manufacturer.
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    Safety information
    To avoid the risk of fire or damage to the device the receiver must never
    be exposed to moisture or rain.
    Should an item or liquid get into the housing, immediately
    disconnect the device from the power supply and have it checked by a
    qualified professional before further usage.
    Place the receiver in a place with sufficient air circulation and away
    from any heat sources. This will prevent heat accumulation inside the
    receiver and ensures a longer lifecycle.
    Do not place any items on the receiver – malfunctions, damage and
    even self-ignition may occur if the ventilation openings are blocked.
    Should you ever notice an unusual smell or smoke, immediately
    disconnect the device from the power supply and have it checked by a
    qualified professional.
    Switch off the receiver before connecting other devices.
    The power supply line to the receiver must have a cross-section of 2.5 to
    4.00 mm² and must be connected directly to the vehicle battery.
    Ensure that the device is not connected to an electronic charge
    controller.
    Keep a sufficient distance to potential sources of interference such as
    mobile phones, electronic heater controllers, igniter components or radio
    devices when routing the lines and positioning the components.
    It is recommended that you ground your television set in the vehicle to
    avoid interference on your television set or satellite receiver. Only
    connect the freely accessible ground of your television set to the vehicle
    chassis.
    Only use the wiring harnesses supplied or the extension wiring harnesses
    available as accessories to connect the antenna unit.

    The driver of the vehicle must inspect the antenna unit before
    driving off to ensure that the antenna is fully retracted.
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    The automatic retraction of the antenna after switching on the
    ignition or starting the engine may take up to 30 seconds. Do not
    move the vehicle during this period!
    The antenna can only be retracted when the master switch at the
    receiver is set to ON (or 'I') and the receiver is connected to a
    power source. Automatic retraction may be prevented by technical
    defects of the vehicle or the antenna system. Ensure that the
    antenna is fully retracted before driving off !
    Ensure that the system is installed in your vehicle in accordance with the
    Installation Instructions provided or have the correct installation
    confirmed by the installer.
    Please note that different legal requirements may apply to the operation
    of electrical and electronic equipment in different countries. As the user
    of this equipment, you yourself are responsible for ensuring compliance
    with the relevant laws and regulations.
    In case you are not familiar with the applicable legal regulations, we
    recommend that you fully disconnect the satellite system from the power
    supply by turning off the master switch of the receiver in order to avoid
    violating any applicable laws.
    Keep in mind that all parts of this system may be dangerous to children.
    The swallowing of small parts such as batteries can be fatal! Never leave
    children unattended in the vicinity of the system or its components.
    Ensure that there are no persons within the operating radius of the
    antenna when it is operated.

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    Table of contents
    Proper use and operation
    Safety information
    Table of contents
    Introduction
    Setup
    Connection of the system
    Operation of the receiver
    Operation without remote control
    Remote control
    Menu functions
    Basic settings
    Channel selection
    Channel list
    Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
    Selection of sub-channels (encrypted/audio)
    Teletext / Videotext
    Common Interface (CI)
    Timer
    Favourite channels list
    Hard disk recording (PVR, optional)
    DVB-T (terrestrial TV, optional)
    Editing transponders/channels
    Games
    Receiver configuration
    Basic settings
    Editing channel list
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    Channel search
    Signal-strength display
    Operation with additional satellite receiver
    Functions of the satellite system
    Automatic satellite-swap
    Reception in remote areas
    Fault codes
    RS232 interface
    Receiver data
    Appendix - Search satellites
    Appendix – Channel list (TV stations)
    Appendix – TV channels
    Appendix – Encrypted programs (CI)
    Notes on protection of the environment
    Contact and service

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    Introduction
    These instructions describe the functions of your digital CI satellite
    system, including the options "HD" and "DVB-T" (abbreviated "+T" in
    the following). Optional functions are identified accordingly.
    Your ten Haaft digital satellite-reception system is an intelligent and fully
    automatic system that does not require any of the manual adjustments
    associated with conventional systems.
    Unlike normal television antennas for terrestrial reception, a satellite
    antenna must be precisely aimed southward into the satellite's signal
    beam. This signal beam must not be interrupted by trees or other
    obstacles, as this will prevent reception.
    Please ensure that the system always has a clear view to the south.
    If the signal is blocked – for example by a tree – it is quite possible
    that a good satellite signal may be received without any problems
    in a position just a few meters away. In Scandinavia, even
    mountains in the far distance can interrupt the satellite signal.
    Oyster Digital only
    To allow reception even under such adverse conditions, the antenna unit
    of the Oyster Digital system can be removed from the vehicle top and
    be set up near the vehicle in a position where a signal can be received.
    This requires a special pedestal and an extension cable which are
    available as an optional "ground kit".
    Satellite systems installed on buildings must usually only be adjusted
    once. By contrast, a mobile system will need to be readjusted even if it is
    moved only a few centimetres. Owners of a ten Haaft satellite system
    can perform this adjustment at the push of a button.
    Our digital CI satellite systems stand for exceptional operating
    convenience and a multitude of channels. At the touch of a button, the
    system opens and searches for receivable satellites. The micro-processor
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    controlled fine-tuning and the digital receiver technology ensure the best
    possible picture quality, providing you with immediate access via your
    remote control to the full range of TV and radio programs broadcast by
    the new digital satellites. You can even adjust the volume of your
    television set with the satellite system's remote control. This eliminates
    the inconvenient handling of two remote controls.
    To further enhance the operating convenience, a new function has been
    implemented in your satellite system to allow the system to be switched
    off with the antenna remaining open. This eliminates the daily opening
    and retracting of the antenna when staying in one location for several
    days without having to dispense with the extremely efficient powersaving stand-by mode.

    The first few pages of these instructions explain the general functions of
    the receiver and are followed by an explanation of all the functions
    specific to the satellite system and the search functions.
    Your digital CI satellite system can receive unencrypted "Free-To-Air"
    (FTA) programs, but also encrypted (encoded) programs. The integrated
    "Common Interface" (CI) accepts decoder modules for the various
    different encryption methods. It can hence receive encrypted (pay-TV)
    channels, provided that you have procured the corresponding decoder
    module and valid "conditional access" smart card. For further
    information please refer to section "Common Interface" on page 23.

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    Setup
    4.4.2 After unpacking
    Check the delivery scope of the digital CI satellite system. Your system is
    supplied with the following parts:
    CI receiver, optionally with "HD" and "+T2" feature
    Antenna unit
    Parabolic antenna
    Mounting plate
    Fasteners package
    Wiring harness
    Satellite mouse
    Remote control

    2 batteries (LR03, size AAA)
    Operating instructions (which are currently reading)
    Installation instructions
    Quick reference
    Information about disposal of packaging
    All packaging and packaging materials can be recycled. Please observe
    the applicable legislation in your country governing recycling and your
    duty to dispose of recyclable waste in the proper way.
    Keep packaging materials like plastic bags away from children. Danger
    of suffocation!
    Cardboard and other packaging material may have sharp edges and cause
    injuries. Take appropriate measures to protect yourself and other
    persons from injuries.

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    Connection of the system
    The following connections must be made at the receiver before initial
    operation:
    TV
    (Scart)

    Using a SCART cable, connect the TV port of the
    receiver to your television set.

    SAT IN

    Connect the provided white coaxial antenna cable from
    the antenna unit to this port.

    DVB-T IN

    If the "+T" option is included, connect here the cable
    from your terrestrial antenna (not included).

    12-24V

    Connect the power supply cable from the vehicle
    battery to this port.

    ANTENNA Connect the control cable from the antenna unit to this
    CONTROL port.
    SAT
    MOUSE

    Plug in here the satellite mouse.

    Your digital CI receiver has various other connections for optional
    features:
    TV OUT
    (antenna)

    Antenna signal output for TV sets.
    (Default setting: UHF channel 32, audio standard B/G)

    CVBS

    Composite video output (FBAS). This port can be used
    e.g. with a 3-way Cinch cable together with the audio
    output AUDIO R/L.

    AUDIO
    R/L

    For the connection of e.g. your car stereo system or
    active speakers. At this port a TV set or flat-panel
    display can be connected in conjunction with the CVBS
    output.

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    SPDIF

    Digital audio output. Connect this output to a digital
    audio input of an amplifier. A shielded coaxial cable
    must be used to ensure an interference-free function.
    Depending on the programs supplied by the stations
    and the receiver settings, this port can provide e.g.
    Dolby 5.1, AC-3 or dts signals.

    Y/C

    SVIDEO or SVHS output. If your flat-panel display
    provides the corresponding input port, this signal may
    be used instead of the CVBS signal for enhanced
    picture quality.

    Y/G
    U/B
    V/R

    These ports provide either a RGB signal or a YUV
    composite signal. Depending on the input ports
    available at your TV set, these signals provide the best
    possible picture quality. The selection of RGB/YUV is
    made in the set-up menu of the receiver.

    SAT OUT

    The signal supplied to the SAT IN port is looped
    through to this port when the receiver is switched on.
    Not all models feature this port.

    DVB-T
    OUT
    HD

    RS232

    The signal supplied to the DVB-T IN port is looped
    through to this port when the receiver is switched on.
    Not all models feature this port.
    A USB 2.0 cable can be connected to models with the
    "HD" option to provide a link to your personal
    computer.
    This connection can be used to transfer recorded
    programs to your computer.
    The RS232 data port can be used to connect a
    computer and to load current channel lists or software.

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    Operation of the receiver
    The receiver is ready for operation when the master switch on the
    rear side is in position "I". If the switch is in position "0" the
    satellite system is completely disconnected from its power supply.
    For normal TV operation the following functions can be selected with
    the remote control:
    Satellite system on and off (stand-by).
    The antenna retracts when system is switched off.
    In this stand-by mode, timer programs are not monitored.
    MUTE

    If this button is pressed for more than 3 seconds, the
    satellite system switches into stand-by mode WITHOUT
    retracting the antenna (sleep mode).
    If the timer is programmed, the sleep function will set the
    timer into stand-by mode.
    A short press mutes the sound or turns it back on.

    P+/CH
    P-/CH

    Change to the previous or next channel in the channel list.
    These keys are also used to navigate within menus or lists.

    TV
    Change between TV and radio mode.
    RADIO In TV mode, the antenna will move into the position of
    the last known reception if no satellite signal is received
    while the key is pressed.
    +/VOL
    –/VOL

    Volume up/down.
    These keys are also used to navigate within menus or to
    scroll the pages of lists.

    MENU

    Opens the settings menu for the current program and the
    system menu. Press MENU again to directly open the
    main menu.

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    OK

    Display of the status bar. Confirms, opens or edits the
    currently active item.
    Hides help functions when in PVR mode (optional).

    EXIT

    Use EXIT in all menus to exit the menu. Outside of
    menus, this key activates the channel list.

    INFO

    Displays the EPG. A single press will display information
    about the current program, a second press opens a list
    with a program overview for the whole day.

    LIST

    Activates either the TV or radio channel list, depending on
    operating mode. Can be used within the EPG to directly
    program the timer.

    SWAP

    Change back to the last selected channel.
    Use SWAP to toggle between the windows in multiplewindow menus.

    AV

    Deactivation of internal LNB voltage supply and loopthrough of satellite signal from SAT IN to SAT OUT (if
    SAT OUT port is fitted). To be used with a second
    receiver connected to the SAT OUT socket. The loopthrough of video signals is not intended.

    TEXT

    Display of the videotext decoder and display of the
    videotext on screen.

    PAUSE

    Still picture. The picture is frozen (stopped) and will be
    continued by pressing the key again.

    PVR

    Starts the optional Personal Video Recorder (PVR) for the
    recording and playback of programs to and from the
    internal hard disk.

    (yellow)

    Direct access to the DVB-T mobile search (only with
    "+T" model).

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    Operation without remote control
    The two keys on the satellite mouse allow the following basic functions
    of the receiver to be controlled without the remote control:
    

    Change to the next channel in the channel list.

    

    Change to the previous channel in the channel list.

    /

    Pressing both keys briefly at the same time toggles
    between RADIO and TV mode.
    Pressing both keys longer will cause the antenna to
    retract und the system to switch off. This corresponds
    to pressing the red stand-by key (ON/OFF) on the
    remote control.
    When in stand-by mode, a brief press on both keys
    switches the system back on.

    Another control element is the master switch on the front of the
    receiver. In position "0" or "OFF" the complete system is disconnected
    from the vehicle's power supply. The switch must be in position "I" or
    "ON" for the system to operate.
    The antenna will only retract automatically by command of the control
    line (terminal 15/ignition) if the master switch is set to "I" or "ON".
    Should the system no longer respond to commands, set the master
    switch to "0" for approx. 10 seconds and then back to "I" to reboot the
    operating software of the receiver.

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    Remote control
    For a comprehensive explanation of the keys please refer to page 11.
    :
    Switches
    system on or
    Opens/retracts
    antenna.

    : Mute function of
    speakers and SLEEP
    function of system
    (press 3 sec to switch
    off
    the
    system
    WITHOUT retracting
    the antenna).

    the
    off.

    TV: Activation of TV
    mode. Antenna moves
    into previous reception
    position if no picture is
    received.

    RADIO: Activation of
    radio mode

    AV: Activates the looptrough of the satellite
    signal.

    SWAP: Return to
    previously
    selected
    channel

    LIST: Display
    program list

    EXIT: Closes
    screen menus

    of

    on-

    -:

    Volume down.
    Changing of values in
    menus.

    +:

    Volume
    up.
    Changing of values in
    menus.

    OK: Select or confirms
    functions.

    MENU: Display of
    on-screen menus

    INFO: Display of
    current
    program
    information (EPG).

    P+: Program up. 
    upward in menus.
    P-: Program down. 
    downward in menus.

    PVR:
    Opens
    the
    control menu of the
    optional
    Personal
    Video Recorder.

    0..9: Number keys for
    direct channel selection
    (yellow): Starts the
    DVB-T mobile scan
    (optional).

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    Menu functions
    The receiver is operated via the remote control provided. The following
    keys are used to navigate within the on-screen menus:
    MENU

    Opens the quick-reference menu for the simple access to
    settings of the current channel and the functions of the
    satellite system.
    Press MENU again to open the main menu.

    P+ / P 

    Moves the highlighted bar up or down one option.

    +/

    Within lists: scrolls through the pages in the list.
    Within input fields: changes the set value.

    OK

    Opens, confirms or edits the highlighted item.

    EXIT

    Exits the active menu. Press EXIT repeatedly to exit all
    menus.

    SWAP

    Use SWAP to toggle between the windows.

    EPG

    Displays the EPG. Press once to display information about
    the current program. Press again to display a list with a
    program guide for the day.

    LIST

    Displays the channel list.

    PVR

    Displays the menu of the hard disk Personal Video
    Recorder (PVR, optional, see page 27.)

    To access the satellite system's functions, press MENU once, then use
    P+/P- (CH/CH) to move the highlighted bar to
    "Oyster/CARO/Cosmo Digital" and then press OK.
    For a comprehensive description of all of the satellite system's functions
    please see page 44 and following pages.

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    Basic settings
    When the system is switched on for the first time, some adjustments may
    have to be made to the operating software. Proceed as follows:
    1. Start the Main menu.

    2 × MENU

    2. Select the menu "Edit Settings" and then the sub-

    P+/P-
    OK

    3. Set your time zone. The setting e.g. for central

    0–9
    +/LIST

    4. Select your language.
    5. Press EXIT to exit the basic settings.
    6. Select "Save Settings". Press OK and wait until the

    +/-

    menu "General Options".

    Europe (CET) is: +1:00. Daylight-saving time is
    set automatically if the "Summer time control"
    function for Europe is enabled.
    To adjust the time, use the arrow buttons or enter
    the digit directly. Use LIST to toggle between plus
    and minus.

    menu disappears.

    EXIT
    P+/P-
    OK

    7. Volume default setting: Set the volume of your TV

    set to minimum and that of your receiver to
    maximum. Now, increase the volume at the TV
    until a pleasant level is reached. Operate the
    receiver within the upper quarter of the volume
    range, if possible, to ensure an optimal sound
    quality.

    +/-

    For a detailed description of all configuration options please refer to
    section "Receiver configuration" on page 33.

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    Channel selection
    The receiver maintains an internal channel list. This list contains all
    channels of the activated satellites. The channels of deactivated satellites
    are not displayed.
    There are several alternatives for selecting channels:
    P+ / P–
    /

    Change to the previous or next channel in the channel list

    TV
    RADIO

    Change between TV and radio mode.

    SWAP

    Switch between current channel and the previous channel.
    The software stores as previous channel the channel that
    was last active for more than one second. You can
    therefore scroll through the list by quickly pressing P+ or
    P–. The channels only activated briefly in the process will
    not be stored by the SWAP function.

    0–9

    You can also select channels by pressing the number keys.
    In this case, you can shorten the input by pressing OK (if
    the channel number has just one digit) or cancel the input
    by pressing EXIT.
    To enter a number with less than four digits, you can
    complete the input by holding the key of the last number
    down.
    Note: By directly typing in numbers you can also select
    deactivated channels (see page 34).
    Do not start the direct entry of channel number with the
    number "0" as this will open the favourite channels list.

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    Channel list
    The channel list can also be displayed directly:
    LIST

    Displays the complete channel list. Use the button P+ or
    P– to select a channel. Press OK to activate. Within the
    channel list, you can use the TV/RADIO key to toggle
    between the TV and the radio list.

    EXIT

    With the status bar hidden, press EXIT to display the
    channel list.
    To exit a list already displayed, press EXIT.

    TV
    RADIO

    Change between TV and radio list.

    0-9

    You can also directly input the channel number by pressing
    the number keys. In this case, you can shorten the input by
    pressing OK (if the channel number has just one digit) or
    cancel the input by pressing EXIT.

    MENU

    Opens a menu containing the options "Edit channels and
    Edit transponders" (see page 31).
    Use "EPG display" to activate a combined display of list
    and EPG.
    Option "Edit list" allows the sorting of the channel list
    (see page 36).

    INFO

    Activates/deactivates the combined list/EPG display.

    While the channel list is displayed on screen with the EPG display
    deactivated, the satellite allocated to the highlighted channel is displayed
    in the lower right-hand corner of the screen.

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    Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
    DVB-compliant stations broadcast additional information about their
    programs, such as titles or details about current or upcoming programs.
    Some stations may even broadcast a program schedule for up to 64 days
    in advance. This service is currently e.g. provided by almost all German
    stations transmitting on Astra 1, usually with a preview period of approx.
    5 days. The receiver automatically detects EPG data and provides the
    information available.
    Please ensure that the correct local time is set in Main Menu Æ Edit
    Settings Æ Timezone (+1:00 for Central Europe, +0:00 for Great
    Britain), as otherwise wrong starting and end times of the programs will
    be displayed.

    4.4.2 Status bar
    Once you have selected a channel, the status bar will display the title and
    a brief description (if available) of the current program. For further
    information please start the EPG.

    4.4.2 EPG
    This is your Electronic Program Guide. The EPG comprises the
    following functions:
    Details

    Press the INFO key to display the EPG within the
    current program. Comprehensive information about
    the current program will be displayed.

    Details of
    next program

    Press + or – to display information about the next
    program.

    Overview of
    day

    Press INFO again to switch from the details display
    to the list display. This list contains all programs of
    the current day (from 6 a.m. until 6 a.m. of the
    following day).
    The title bar shows the date to which the program
    guide refers. On the right you will see the number
    of days for which information is available and which
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    day you have selected.
    Use P+ / P- to scroll through the entries of the list,
    use +/- to scroll the pages.
    To switch to the following day, navigate to the end
    of the list and press P+ or +. To switch to the
    previous day, navigate to the beginning of the list
    and press P- or -.
    Note: If you have just selected a channel for the
    first time, the data in the list may still update while
    you navigate in it.
    Overview of
    day
    details

    To display details about a listed program, press OK
    to display the details screen. Within the details
    screen, press + or – to navigate to the next or
    previous program.
    Some stations provide very extensive detailed
    information which may not completely fit into the
    screen. In such cases, use P+/P- to scroll through
    the text.

    LIST

    Use LIST to copy the program currently shown in
    the EPG or the selected program into the timer. For
    further information please see page 24.

    Please note that EPG information is always displayed in the language
    broadcast by the station.
    Few stations do not broadcast any EPG information or only very brief
    EPG information without any additional details.

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    Selection of sub-channels (encrypted/audio
    channels)
    When watching a multilingual program, press MENU to open a context
    menu and to select an audio channel with a different language.
    The first menu item is "Bild-/Tonauswahl". Press OK to select this
    option and then select an audio channel from the list.
    If the audio channels provide language identifiers, these will also be
    displayed.

    4.4.2 Options channels
    The German pay-TV channel "Premiere" for example transmits its
    optional channels (Sport and Premiere Direkt) in a process similar to the
    audio channels described above. To do this, Premiere provides so-called
    portal channels which form the basis from which the sub-channels can
    be selected.
    To switch to these channels, first select the corresponding portal channel
    and then open the selection list via Menu Æ Bild- / Tonauswahl Æ OK.
    From the selection list, select an optional channel and accept it by
    pressing OK.

    4.4.2 Radio stations
    Astra 1 transmits several free-to-air radio programs on separate audio
    channels of a TV channel. This does not comply with the usual DVB-S
    procedure, but these channels can also be selected using the process
    described. The station names are also displayed in the audio channels list.
    However, radio stations should rather be stored in a separate radiostations list (RADIO key).

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    Teletext / Videotext
    The digital CI receiver can directly decode and display teletext or
    videotext in case your television set or flat-panel display does not
    support this feature.
    If the current station broadcasts correctly coded teletext, the option
    Teletext will appear in the context menu. Select this option and press
    OK. You may also activate the videotext directly by pressing TEXT.
    TEXT
    0–9
    P+/P–
    +/–
    MUTE
    OK
    MENU
    INFO/EPG
    SWAP
    LIST
    EXIT
    PAUSE

    Activates the teletext. Press repeatedly to switch between
    the various display types.
    Page number input (between 100 and 899)
    Scrolls pages in increments of 1. Unstored pages are
    skipped.
    Normal mode: volume control
    Sub-page mode: scrolling of sub-pages in increments of 1.
    Mutes the sound
    (De-)activates the sub-page mode. With the sub-page mode
    activated, a green > is displayed in the second line at the
    current sub-page.
    Selects page 100
    Reveals hidden text
    If pressed repeatedly:
    Æ zoom upper half Æ zoom lower half Æ normal mode
    Æ zoom upper half Æ ...
    Hides teletext window until the selected page is loaded or
    new sub-pages are available.
    The teletext remains active in the background.
    Hides the teletext window.
    The teletext remains active in the background.
    Stops the teletext, the page will no longer be updated. Press
    again to restart the update feature.

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    Common Interface (CI)
    At the front of the device there are two slots for modules to decode
    encrypted programs.
    To prevent damage only modules with the "PC Card" logo must be
    inserted. Any other modules may damage the receiver beyond repair.
    Do not use excessive force to insert the modules. Rather pull the module
    back out of the slot and try inserting it again. Ensure that you insert the
    module with the correct side up.
    Smartcards are sometimes printed in a confusing way as they are often
    designed to be used with other decoders. Most common-interface
    modules allow cards with the golden contacts facing upward. Before
    inserting a smartcard into the common-interface module, make sure that
    the usually gold-coloured contacts on the smartcard are clean and free of
    dust.
    If a decoder module has been correctly identified, its name is displayed
    in the main menu under "Verschlüsselung" (Encryption). When you
    select the entry for this module in the list and press OK, a menu will be
    displayed based on the corresponding decoder module. Please contact
    the module manufacturer in case of any questions concerning the
    module. Note: Some modules only register completely and provide a
    menu system if a valid smartcard is inserted.
    The keys OK and EXIT are used to navigate within the manufacturerspecific menus. If a menu does not respond to the OK or EXIT
    command, the dialog can be cancelled by pressing MENU. The receiver
    then interrupts the connection to the module's menu system.

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    Timer
    The timer can manage up to 12 recording sessions. Either a defined
    recording date or individual days of the week can be selected.
    To program sessions, select "Timer" from the main menu. The overview
    shows all dates of the 12 entries. Use the OK key to edit individual
    entries. To determine whether a fixed date or fixed weekdays are
    programmed in the timer, press the LIST key when in the date line. If a
    time before the starting time or identical to the starting time is set as end
    time, the recording will continue into the following day.
    The correct function of the timer requires the internal clock to be set
    correctly. Check the time displayed in the status bar to verify.
    To exit the timer settings, press EXIT at any time. If any setting has
    been changed or added, press OK to confirm the storing of the changes.
    Programming programs from the EPG
    Programs from the EPG can be directly copied into a free timer position
    by pressing LIST in the overview of the day or in the details window of
    the EPG. The timer menu then appears so that the new entry can be
    edited manually. Press EXIT twice to exit the settings dialog.
    Timer recording – receivers without "HD" option
    The timer is used to conveniently record programs on the hard disk (see
    page 27) at preset times. The timer function is also available on devices
    without optional hard disk. This function is particularly helpful if you
    want to be sure not to miss a program on a certain channel. The receiver
    will then switch over to the channel as programmed in the timer.

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    Timer and Stand-by
    The timer is only active when the system is switched on or has been set
    to sleep mode with the antenna open (see page 2). The timer is inactive
    in stand-by mode. The antenna does never open automatically and
    without direct user control.
    In sleep mode, the system checks whether there are timer programs that
    have to be processed. In this case, the sat mouse will show four vertical
    bars (||||), indicating that the system is in timer stand-by and is hence
    being controlled by the timer which will reactivate the system at the
    preset time. The power consumption in timer stand-by is higher than in
    regular stand-by.
    Sleep-timer
    The sleep-timer automatically switches off the system at a preset time.
    To activate the sleep-timer, select MENU Æ Main menu Æ Options Æ
    Sleeptimer.
    In the configuration settings of the satellite system (see page 49), you
    can select whether the system shall retract completely when the sleep
    timer is active or whether it shall switch into the sleep mode with the
    antenna open.
    The sleep-timer works completely independently of the regular timer.
    Please note:
    When your receiver is switched off by the sleep-timer, the TV set may
    remain on and hence consume power. Some TV sets switch off
    automatically if no video signal is received or are remote-controlled via
    the SCART cable. The digital CI receiver provides the corresponding
    control signals at its SCART port. Please refer to the operating manual
    of your TV set to determine the options.

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    Favourite channels list
    Your digital CI receiver provides 9 freely programmable favourite
    channels lists. A favourite channels list is a selection of channels
    from the list of all channels. When a favourite channels list is
    activated, only the channels maintained in this list are available, all
    other channels will be suppressed. The possibility of creating up to 9
    different favourite channels lists allows different system users to
    create personal lists without having to change the complete list of
    channels.
    Creating favourite channels lists
    The favourite channels lists are maintained under MENU Æ Main menu
    Æ Senderlisten (Channel lists) Æ Favoritenlisten (Favourite channels
    list). In this submenu, any channel from the complete channel list can be
    allocated to any of the 9 favourite channels list. For operation, observe
    the help text displayed at the bottom of the screen.
    To exit the editing dialog of the favourite channels list, press EXIT two
    times. Changes must be confirmed with OK.
    Using favourite channels lists

    Start the selection menu of the favourite channels list by pressing the
    "0" key. Use P+/P- to select a list and confirm your selection with
    OK. Now, the channel list only provides the channels maintained in
    the selected favourite channels list.
    To regain access to the full range of channels, press "0" again and
    select <keine> (none).
    Please note that you can directly select any channel even if a
    favourite channels list is active (see page 16).

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    Hard disk recording (PVR, optional)
    Recording and playback of programs via the integrated hard disk is
    performed in PVR mode (PVR – Personal Video Recorder).
    To switch into PVR mode, press the PVR key. To return to normal
    receiver mode, press EXIT.
    In PVR mode, a graphic is displayed in the upper left corner of the
    screen which shows symbols of all functions currently available. These
    can be selected via the number keys shown in the graphic.
    Use the OK key to toggle between the different views of the PVR mode.
    Use the +/– key to change the volume when in PVR mode.
    Recording
    Key

    Symbol Description

    0

    Starts the recording.

    5

    Starts the recording and stops the running video.

    0

    Stops the running recording.

    Playback
    Key

    Symbol Description

    7

    Displays the recordings overview. This overview
    shows all recorded programs for playback or
    deletion.

    2

    Starts the playback at the beginning of the currently
    running recording or changes from fast forward or
    rewind or pause back to normal playback.

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    1, 3

    Fast Forward/Rewind. Accelerates the playback of
    the recording. By pressing key 1 or 3 multiple times,
    up to six speeds can be selected in either direction.

    4, 6

    Moves 5 minutes forward or backward within the
    recorded program.

    5

    Interrupts playback.

    9

    Stops the playback of a recorded program and
    returns to the playback of the live program.

    8

    Stops playback and opens a menu with cutting
    functions.

    LIST

    Opens a list with index marks which can be either
    selected or directly activated by pressing OK.

    The receiver can record and playback simultaneously and independently.
    Only the currently selected channel can be recorded. At the same time,
    either a previously recorded program or, time-shifted, the current
    recording can be played back.
    The status of the recording or playback is indicated by one or two status
    bars at the bottom of the screen. If neither recording nor playback is
    active, the status bar indicates "LIVE". During recording the status will
    indicate "REC" and the elapsed recording time. During playback the
    status bar will indicate "PLAY", "FF"(Fast Forward), "FR" (Fast Rewind)
    or "PAUSE". This status bar shows the current position within the
    recorded program in time format and by a progress bar. To the right of
    the progress bar, the total time of the recording is indicated unless the
    system plays back the running recording in time-shifted mode. The
    elapsed recording time of the running recording is shown in the "REC"
    line.

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    Multi-channel operation
    During the recording of a program, other channels transmitted on the
    same transponder can be directly played back without interrupting the
    running recording. To view such channels while a program is being
    recorded, exit the PVR menu by pressing EXIT (the recording is
    continued in the background) and then press LIST. A channel list is
    displayed containing all channels available for selection.
    One restriction may apply: When playing back or recording encrypted
    channels, the decoder module may not be able to decode two programs
    at the same time.
    To stop the recording in the background, reactivate the PVR menu by
    pressing the PVR key.
    PC connection (USB 2.0)
    If the PVR menu is shown on screen but neither the playback nor the
    recording function is active, the hard disk can be controlled by a personal
    computer connected to the "HD" port (USB 2.0) by pressing key 8. This
    function must be confirmed by pressing OK. The computer will
    maintain control over the hard disk until the PVR key is pressed again.
    Press OK to confirm that the control of the hard disk is passed back to
    the receiver.
    When the hard disk is controlled by a computer via the USB 2.0 port,
    programs stored on the hard disk can be downloaded if suitable software
    is installed.
    The following software (examples) is suitable to download and edit
    recorded programs:
    - DVR-Studio PRO (www.haenlein-software.de)
    - DigeniusDiskX (www.sourceforge.net/projects/digeniusdisk)

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    DVB-T (terrestrial TV, optional)
    In large areas of Europe, conventional terrestrial analogue TV has been
    replaced by a digital technology called DVB-T. Just like satellite TV, the
    reception of DVB-T also requires a receiver (also called "set-top box").
    As an option, your digital CI receiver is equipped with this additional
    receiver and can hence include DVB-T channels in the channel list for
    playback. This requires a separate DVB-T antenna to be connected to
    the corresponding antenna port. We recommend the usage of a so-called
    active antenna with integrated amplifier for extended range. The power
    supply required by the active antenna is provided by the digital CI
    receiver. To activate the power supply, follow the path Menu Æ Main
    menu Æ Edit Settings Æ Reception and set the option "5-V antenna
    supply" to "On". Remember to save the changed setting (see page 36).
    Different frequencies are used for terrestrial TV in the different regions.
    It is hence required to search for DVB-T channels whenever the location
    is changed (even within one country). Each region has its own TV
    stations. A channel list including all channels of all regions would hence
    be excessive. Therefore, it is useful to include only the channels in the
    channel list that can actually be received at a given location. To facilitate
    this, your digital CI receiver is equipped with a special mobile search for
    DVB-T channels. To start this search, press the yellow key. Upon
    confirming the search with OK, all previous and not applicable DVB-T
    channels will be deleted and a new DVB-T search is started. Please refer
    to the information in section on page 38.

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    Editing transponders/channels
    The program menu (press MENU once) contains the two sub-menus
    "Edit Transponder" and "Edit Channel". These two sub-menus allow
    you to view and edit the settings required for the reception of the
    individual channels. Wrong entries at the individual positions may
    prevent the reception of one or more channels.
    The automatic search function (see section "Search" on page 38) usually
    provides the correct settings automatically. Under certain conditions, you
    may input settings received e.g. from your broadcasting station to enable
    the reception of specific programs.
    When the decoding function of the digital CI receiver is used, encrypted
    programs can only be decoded if the correct data is entered in the menu
    "Edit Transponder" under "Network ID" and "T.Stream ID". These
    settings must be checked and adjusted, if required, when the satellite's
    channel allocation is changed by the operators.
    If an encrypted channel for which you have a valid smartcard cannot be
    decoded, select "Edit Transponder" and highlight "Network ID". Press
    LIST. Changed settings are now automatically corrected. In this case, the
    entry will change to green. Press EXIT and confirm the confirmation
    prompt with OK. Your channel list is now up to date and the encrypted
    program can be received.

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    Games
    The option "Options" in the main menu contains two small games. The
    objective of the first game "Blocks" is to sort falling blocks in such a way
    that the field is filled as completely as possible. Whenever one line is
    completely filled, it disappears and the lines above move down. Points
    are awarded for each block which is sorted and each line which is
    eliminated. The game is over when there is no more space left to sort the
    blocks into.
    The blocks are positioned with the keys on the remote control:
    OK/CH

    Block rotates counter-clockwise

    –/VOL

    Block moves to the left

    +/VOL

    Block moves to the right

    P-/CH

    Speed of falling block increases

    In the second game "Snake", a forward-moving snake must be navigated
    through the game area for the longest possible time without colliding
    with obstacles, the edge of the game area or its own tail. Also, use the
    head of the snake to collect the "snacks" which appear occasionally. This
    will increase your points score and make the snake grow longer.
    Use the keys on the remote control to control the snake:
    P+/CH

    Snake moves upward

    –/VOL

    Snake moves to the left

    +/VOL

    Snake moves to the right

    P-/CH

    Snake moves downward

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    Receiver configuration
    Basic settings
    The basic settings of the receiver are adjusted in the sub-menu "Edit
    Settings" of the main menu. To display this menu, press MENU twice.
    Use keys +/- to change the options within the sub-menus of the Edit
    Settings menu.
    If an option provides a selection from a list of values, this list can be
    displayed by pressing OK. Numerical values can be directly input with
    the number keys.
    Please also observe the help screens displayed for the individual options.
    Settings that have been changed since last saving the configuration are
    displayed in green.
    Save the settings after completing the changes by selecting "Edit
    Settings", then "Save Settings" and then pressing OK. Wait until the
    menu disappears to ensure that the settings have been saved. This may
    take a few seconds.
    Edit Settings Æ General Options
    Timezone: Here you can set your time zone relative to GMT/UTC
    (Greenwich Mean Time, Universal Time Coordinated). This is necessary
    as the time transmitted by the stations is always based on UTC.
    Summer time control: Here you can activate the automatic switch to
    daylight-saving time as per EC regulations.
    OSD language: Here you can set your language. All information
    displayed on screen will then appear in the language selected. The change
    will only become active after you exit the menu.
    Search encrypted: Here you can define whether or not the search
    function should also detect and display encrypted (coded) programs in
    the list. If no CI modules are used, this menu item can be set to off.
    Encrypted channels are then ignored by the search and the result is a
    more concise list.
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    Edit Settings Æ OSD/EPG
    Status Time-out: This setting determines how long the status
    information for the current program is displayed on screen after a
    change of the channel.
    Chan. Num. Timeout: This setting determines the period after which
    the channel is changed after an incomplete input of digits.
    OSD Transparency: This setting facilitates the adjustment of the
    transparency of the on-screen displays, i.e. how clear the TV image can
    be seen through the on-screen display.
    Edit Settings Æ Reception
    5-V antenna supply: At systems with the +T option fitted, the power
    supply to the external DVB-T active antenna is activated here.
    Mobile reception: This menu option allows the reception even of very
    weak signals and signals of severely erratic strength. This may be useful
    to receive DVB-T signals while driving (option +T required) or to
    receive very weak satellite signals at the limits of the satellite's footprint.
    Please note that severe interferences of picture and sound may occur
    when this option is activated.
    Edit Settings Æ Satellite Systems
    With this setting you can display a list of all currently known satellites in
    the right-hand column. The left-hand column shows the active satellites.
    Only the satellites included in the left-hand column can be received.
    If you wish to change the list of active satellites, please observe the
    instructions displayed on screen.

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    Note that all satellites can be received as long as you do not
    change any settings. If you change any of the settings, the
    reception unlisted satellites will be suppressed.
    The channel list will be updated as required when new satellites are
    installed in orbit. This list can be downloaded from the Internet and
    uploaded into the receiver by a computer. (see page 56).
    Updated lists are available for download at www.ten-haaft.de/forum
    Edit Settings Æ Signal Output
    TV Screen: Here you can adjust your system to wide-screen television
    sets with a 16:9 aspect ratio. For mobile applications, sets with a 4:3
    aspect ratio are primarily used.
    RGB /YUV: This option allows the selection of the YUV composite
    signal as an alternative to the default RGB signal. The RGB or YUV
    signal is supplied to the SCART port and also to the correspondingly
    identified coloured Cinch jacks. Please refer to the operating manual of
    your TV set to determine which signal type is supported. The signal of
    the CVBS and Y/C ports and the FBAS signal at the SCART port are
    not affected by this setting.
    Volume Bypass: This menu item deactivates the volume control. With
    the default setting "Off", the volume of the television set can be adjusted
    with the digital CI receiver's remote control.
    Digital Audio: Here, you can select which digital audio formats are
    output via the SPDIF port. Please only select formats that are
    compatible with the audio devices connected. The selection of the audio
    format output to this port depends on the formats transmitted by the
    stations (e.g. Dolby 5.1). The desired audio channel can then be selected
    via the sub-channel selection (see page 21).

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    Edit Settings Æ Default settings
    With this menu option you can restore the default settings of all general
    receiver functions. Confirm with OK.
    The channel list will not be affected by a reset to the default settings.
    The functions of the automatic satellite search are not affected, either.
    Edit Settings Æ Save Settings
    This option must always be selected to permanently save any changed
    settings of the other options.
    If you do not select "Save Settings", the settings will be reset to the
    default values the next time you turn on the receiver.

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    Editing channel list
    You can adjust the channel list of your receiver to your personal
    requirements. We suggest to group the channels by the satellites as with
    the default channel list.
    Select the channel list editor within the option "Sort Channels" in the
    sub-menu "Channel list" in the main menu.
    After completing your settings, exit the channel list with EXIT. Confirm
    the subsequent prompt with OK to save that channel list.
    To change the entries, select an entry in the list by pressing OK. A menu
    with the available options will appear.
    Select option "Block" in this menu if you wish to edit a complete block
    of sequential channels. The menu will then disappear and you will be
    prompted to highlight the end of the block in the list. Select the last
    entry of the block and press OK. The menu with the available options
    will then be displayed again.
    The following functions are available within this menu:
    Copy

    Copies the channel to a different position in the
    channel list. The existing entry in the target position
    is overwritten.

    Move

    Moves the entry to a different position.
    Note: Moving an entry upward will insert it ahead of
    the target entry, moving it downward will insert it
    behind the target entry.

    Delete

    Deletes a channel from the channel list. The entry in
    the list will be marked as unused. The numbering of
    the remaining channels will remain unchanged.

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    Cut

    Deletes a channel from the channel list. The
    subsequent entries are moved up to fill the free
    position.
    Note: To help keep the channels grouped in blocks,
    all of the channels move up together only as far as
    the next entry marked as "unused". If e. g. the list is
    not occupied between entry 85 and entry 99, you may
    delete entry 57, and only channels 57 to 84 will move
    up. The channels from 100 are not affected.

    Insert blank

    Inserts a blank entry. The subsequent channels are
    moved downward accordingly.
    Note: As with the option "Cut", this function
    determines areas with channels marked as "unused"
    as the end of a block.

    Pack

    This option is only available if you have highlighted a
    block. Within this block, all free positions marked
    "unused" are deleted by moving the channels upward.
    The unused entries are then positioned in sequence at
    the end of the block.

    Functions utilizing a target entry will prompt you to select a target entry
    after the selection of the corresponding menu option. To do this,
    navigate to the entry in the list and confirm with OK.
    You can cancel the preceding steps by pressing EXIT as long as you have
    not completed a function.
    As an alternative to the direct editing of the channel list, a cache memory
    is available for the convenient execution of complex sorting procedures.
    Further operating information concerning the individual functions will
    be displayed on screen.

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    Channel search
    The automatic search function of the receiver scans the individual
    satellites or, alternatively, the DVB-T channels for new channels.
    Channels already included in the channel list are automatically updated in
    case of any changes. Depending on the settings in "Edit Settings Æ
    General Options", encrypted channels may be ignored (see page 33).
    When the mobile search is started, all DVB-T channels are first deleted
    from the channel list (see page 30).

    4.4.2 Searching
    1. Select the search function from the main menu option "Channel
    list/Channel search" in the sub-menu "Channel list" in the main
    menu.

    2. Select the satellite from the list (or DVB-T) that you wish to search
    for new channels and confirm your selection with OK. Note that the
    antenna must be aimed at this satellite and that a signal must be
    received. To receive DVB-T signals, a suitable antenna must be
    connected.

    3. Wait until the search has been completed. Technical details of the

    scanned channels and the number of channels found are displayed. A
    search may well take approx. 15 minutes.
    4. After the search is completed, the channel-selection window will be
    displayed.

    4.4.2 Channel-selection window
    This window shows the channel list on the left-hand side and the new
    channels on the right-hand side. Press TV or RADIO to switch between
    the TV and radio channels. Use SWAP to switch between the lists.
    Several functions are available. To display these, highlight in the list the
    channel you wish to change, then press OK and select an option from
    the menu displayed.
    If channel entries are inserted into the channel list, the selection will
    change into the left-hand window and you will be prompted to select the
    target entry from the list by pressing OK.
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    The following options are available for newly found channels (right-hand
    list):
    Activate

    Activates the new channel, if possible.

    Copy above

    Inserts the selected new channel above an existing
    channel list entry. This entry and the subsequent ones
    will be moved down the list to make space for the
    new entry.

    Copy over

    Copies the selected new channel over an entry in the
    channel list. The existing entry is overwritten.

    The left-hand column shows the existing channel list. Press SWAP to
    switch over to the editing of this list. The following menu options are
    available:
    Activate

    Activates the selected channel.

    Restore

    This option prevents previously scanned channels
    from being updated. Previously scanned channels are
    marked green in the channel list.

    Cut

    Deletes a channel from the channel list. The
    subsequent channels are moved up to fill the free
    position.

    Delete

    Deletes a channel from the channel list. The entry in
    the list will be marked as unused. The numbering of
    the remaining channels will remain unchanged.

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    Saving the channel list
    After inserting the new channels into the channel list according to your
    personal preferences, press EXIT. A dialog box will appear and you will
    be prompted to either save your changes with OK, cancel your changes
    with SWAP or to return to the channel selection window with EXIT.
    If you decide to cancel your changes (SWAP), the original channel list
    will not be changed and all the changes will be lost.
    Further information on the search function
    Make yourself familiar with the search function and use it regularly.
    Digital television is a comparatively new technology, and new channels
    are added frequently. Also, the data of existing channels is subject to
    change. The search function automatically updates the internal channel
    list when you confirm the security prompt with "OK" when leaving the
    search function, even if you have not made any manual changes.

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    Signal-strength display
    Within the sub-menu "Options" in the main menu you can select the
    signal strength display.
    The signal strength is then indicated as a vertical bar. The C/N value will
    indicate the same value in dB. The higher the number, the better the
    reception quality. In satellite mode, and depending on the channel, a
    satisfactory TV picture should be received with any value above approx.
    8. In DVB-T (optional) mode, a C/N value above approx. 15 will
    provide interference-free reception.
    The three coloured fields next to the bar indicate the status of the
    receiver stages. Only if all three fields are green, will valid data be
    received with the signal and a picture be shown on screen.
    Use P+/P- to change the selected program in the background. Press
    INFO to display an enlarged version of the C/N-value window.
    Note: Further to the setting of your reception system and your position
    within the satellite's footprint, the signal strength also depends on the
    currently selected channel. Please take this into account when checking
    the aim of your antenna using the signal strength display. It is normal
    that some channels are received with a strong signal while others are
    rather weak.
    Note: The same display appears in menu "Oyster/CARO/Cosmo
    Digital Æ Manual search" and menu "Edit Transponder".

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    Operation with additional satellite receiver
    If you wish to use the same antenna for a second satellite receiver in
    addition to your digital CI receiver, loop the signal from the SAT OUT
    socket of the digital CI receiver (not present at all models, technical
    changes reserved) to the antenna input of the second receiver.
    To ensure that such a setup works properly, the antenna must only be
    controlled by one of the receivers at any time. To ensure this, the
    receiver currently not in use must be switched off. For the digital CI
    receiver, it is recommended to switch it into AV mode (AV key). This
    will keep the internal amplifier switched on and provide a stronger signal
    to the second receiver.
    To ensure that the automatic satellite search function of the
    Oyster/CARO/Cosmo digital CI unit works reliably, the search process
    must not be affected by signal interference. During the automatic search
    or the search via location, the second receiver must therefore always be
    switched off.
    Note: Simultaneous reception with both receivers is not possible!
    The Oyster system can be equipped with a twin LNB. With this option, a
    special LNB with two outputs is installed at the Oyster's antenna unit
    and two antenna cables are routed. The second antenna cable can then
    be used to feed a second receiver or e.g. a notebook computer with a
    DVB-S receiver module.

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    Functions of the satellite system
    To access the menu of the Oyster/CARO/Cosmo system, press MENU
    and P+/P– to select "Oyster/CARO/Cosmo Digital". Press OK to
    open the menu.
    To select the individual menu items, use P+/P- and confirm with OK as
    usual. All search functions and the required settings are controlled via the
    Oyster/CARO/Cosmo Digital menu. To enhance your operating
    convenience, many functions are performed automatically.
    For example, the antenna is automatically opened and moved into the
    previous reception position any time you switch on the system. If no
    image is received in this position, the automatic search function is
    started. Ensure that the moving antenna cannot cause harm to any
    person before switching on the system.
    When the system is switched off with the red stand-by key
    or the
    keys at the satellite mouse, the antenna is automatically retracted. The
    antenna is also retracted when you switch on the ignition of your vehicle
    to start the engine. The antenna retracts in only a few seconds. Never
    drive off before the antenna is fully retracted and the receiver has been
    switched off.
    Before driving off, always perform a visual check of the vehicle
    roof to ensure that the antenna is correctly retracted into its park
    position. The indicator must only show a green stand-by dot or
    must be completely blank, depending on the settings.
    Please note that by switching off the master switch, the system is
    completely disconnected from the vehicle's electrical system and that the
    antenna will hence not be able to retract automatically.
    Please also note that the system can only be switched back from the
    power-saving stand-by mode by pressing both keys of the satellite mouse
    simultaneously. If you suspect a malfunction of your system, then first
    press both keys of the satellite mouse.
    Automatic search
    The selection of this menu option starts the automatic search, which is
    otherwise started if no signals are received in the last reception position,
    e. g. after the vehicle has been moved. The satellite search is carried out
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    in accordance with the 'Last Elevation Memory' (LEM) principle and
    begins with the angle of the last receiving position. The receivable
    satellite can usually be found quite quickly provided the distance between
    old and new location is not too great.
    However, if a larger distance has been covered, it is generally advisable
    to select "Search via location" to shorten the search time.
    The automatic search function always assumes that your vehicle is
    perfectly level. If this is not the case the search time may be extended.
    The satellite used for the automatic search can be pre-set under
    Oyster/CARO/Cosmo Digital ... Æ Edit Settings Æ Search
    satellite.
    Search via location
    If this menu item is selected, a sub-menu containing different countries
    or regions appears. Use P+/P– (by line) or +/– (by page) to select an
    entry and confirm with OK.
    The regionally applicable elevations are now allocated to the receivable
    satellites. Satellites may now be found more quickly. This search option is
    especially convenient if you have travelled a greater distance from your
    last location.
    If you have pre-set a satellite under Oyster/CARO/Cosmo Digital ...
    Æ Edit Settings Æ Search satellite which cannot be received at the
    current location, the system will automatically select a satellite as search
    satellite that should generally be receivable at the current location
    (usually Eutelsat Hotbird).

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    The satellite actually used for the search will be shown on screen. After
    the satellite has been found, the system automatically switches to a
    channel that is transmitted via this satellite.
    Please note that not all satellites and all channels can be received
    in all locations. Reception also depends on the size of the antenna.
    If you are not sure whether your pre-set satellite can actually be
    received in your current location, use the "Search via location"
    function. In this case the satellite system will automatically select a
    receivable satellite.
    Manual search
    By selecting this menu option you open a menu that allows the manual
    control and adjustment of your satellite system. Before selecting this
    menu item, switch to a channel that is receivable at your current location,
    as otherwise no picture can be received. (See appendix 'Channel list' and
    appendix 'Search satellite' on page 58.)
    The manual search is recommended if you wish to optimize the antenna
    position or aim the antenna at new satellites. The menu displays the
    rotation and elevation in degrees relative to your vehicle and the signal
    strength. The strongest signal will provide the best picture quality.
    However, signal strength varies with the channel and location. To receive
    an image, the signal strength window must display three green indicators
    (DVB, FEC and QPSK) and a C/N value of at least 7 (C/N 8 for
    encrypted channels).
    To move the antenna, use P+/P- to highlight the option "Azimuth"
    (rotation, direction) or "Elevation" (angle). Use the +/- keys to move the
    antenna in increments into the selected direction. The change of the
    antenna direction will be displayed in the direction indication window.
    Please note that the indicated directional values relate to your vehicle and
    are not actual geographic degrees – i.e. previous values are invalid after
    you have moved the vehicle!
    If you wish to move the antenna over a greater range, the increments
    can be increased. To increase the increments, highlight "Azimuth" or
    "Elevation" and press key 1 to 9 of the remote control. The increment
    range will be displayed in the direction indication window following the
    degree value. The highest number will create the largest increment. In
    order to fine-tune a position, use increments of 1 or 2.
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    Select "Store Position" and press OK to store the current position. The
    current position is stored immediately. If you switch off the system now
    or retract the antenna, it will return to this position the next time the
    system is switched on. Accordingly, if you were receiving a picture when
    you activated the function "Store Position" and you have not moved the
    vehicle since, you will again receive a picture only seconds after switching
    the system back on.
    From the menu "Manual search" you can also retract the antenna at any
    time. Highlight "Retract" and press OK. The antenna retracts, its
    movement is displayed in the direction indicator window. At an elevation
    of approx. –73° the antenna is fully retracted, but the system will not yet
    switch off. To return the antenna to its stored position, select "Last
    Position" and press OK. This function is useful to manually open a
    previously retracted antenna.
    When a DVB-T (optional) channel has been selected, an optimization of
    the satellite antenna is not required. DVB-T is received by a separate
    antenna. A corresponding message is hence displayed when the manual
    search is started while a DVB-T channel is active.
    Press EXIT at any time if you wish to exit the "Manual search" menu. If
    the antenna is still moving while the menu is being exited, the antenna is
    stopped.

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    Retraction and switch-off
    This function retracts the antenna and switches the receiver into standby.
    This function is also performed by pressing the red stand-by key
    on
    the remote control or by simultaneously holding down both keys of the
    satellite mouse.
    If in Oyster/CARO/Cosmo Digital ... Æ Edit Settings Æ Stand-by the
    option "Comfortable" is selected, the stand-by mode is indicated by a
    green dot in the satellite mouse' display (see page 49).
    Retracting (optional)
    This menu item is only available with models with a hard-disk (HD) or
    DVB-T tuner (+T). If this item is selected, the antenna is retracted
    without switching the system into stand-by. You may now use either the
    playback function of your PVR or watch DVB-T TV channels.
    Edit Settings
    With this menu, you can change several settings concerning the
    operation of the satellite system. Here, all settings concerning the
    automatic search are made.
    Settings concerning general receiver functions are performed in Menu Æ
    Main menu Æ Edit settings (see page 33).
    The following settings of your satellite system can be edited:

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    Stand-by mode: When the system is set to "Comfortable", it can be reactivated from stand-by mode by pressing the red key on the remote
    control. The stand-by mode is indicated by a green dot or hyphen in the
    satellite-mouse display.
    When the system is set to "Energy Save", the remote-control
    receiver and the green dot are switched off when the system is
    switched into stand-by mode. In this case, the system cannot be
    switched back on with the remote control. To switch the system
    back on, press both keys of the satellite mouse (LED display)
    simultaneously.
    LED display upside down: If set to "Yes", the channel number will be
    displayed bottom-up. This is useful if the satellite mouse is mounted
    with the keys facing downward. Channel numbers are then seen in their
    normal position.
    The setting "No" must be used when the satellite mouse is mounted in
    the "normal" direction.
    Sleeptimer: When in stand-by mode, the antenna will be retracted and
    switched off when the sleep-timer is activated. When set to "Sleep
    mode", the system is switched into the sleep mode by the sleep-timer
    without retracting the antenna (see page 11).
    The regular timer programs (see page 24) are only executed in sleep
    mode and are inactive in stand-by.
    Activate top box: When the system is switched on, the top box (antenna
    unit) is usually activated immediately and the antenna is being aimed at
    the satellite. To prevent this, set this menu item to "Off". This may be
    useful if you are in a location where no satellites can be received but you
    do wish to use the PVR or +T (optional) functions.
    The antenna unit can be activated at any later point by selecting
    "Oyster/CARO/Cosmo Digital ..." and then "Activate antenna"
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    Search satellite: This option allows the selection of the satellite that the
    system is to search for when being switched on or when the automatic
    search or the search by location is initiated. Several satellites covering
    different regions and offering programs in different languages are
    available. Please note that not all satellites can be received in all locations.
    (See appendix 'Search satellites' on page 58)
    Search transponder / beam: Some satellites have several different
    footprints. As a consequence, not all channels of a satellite can be
    received within the satellite's overall coverage area. Also, it may be
    possible that the automatic search will not yield a satellite when a
    different footprint is selected for reference. With this menu item, a
    footprint suitable for your location can be allocated to each satellite in
    accordance with the specifications of the satellite operator.
    Automat. satellite-swap: When set to "Active", the system will check at
    every program change whether the new program selected can also be
    received from a satellite other than the current one. If such a satellite
    change is recognized, the system will automatically adjust to the new
    satellite.
    To deactivate the automatic satellite-swap, set the setting to "Off". This
    may be necessary if the automatic satellite-swap does not function
    because of weak signals or if you prefer to perform a manual search (see
    "Automatic satellite-swap" on page 50).
    Reset search parameters: Select this menu item and confirm it with
    OK when you assume that your satellite system does no longer reliably
    find the selected satellite via the automatic search or the search via
    location. The satellite search function is reset to the default settings.
    Please note that the first search after a parameter reset may take quite a
    long time. This function should hence only be used after due
    consideration.

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    Automatic satellite-swap
    Your satellite system will switch between all satellites receivable at your
    location without any user interaction.
    The satellites broadcasting the channels are stored together with the
    channel position in the channel list (see appendix 'Channel list' on page
    60). If the satellite system recognizes a satellite change after you have
    changed the channel, the antenna will immediately search for this satellite
    and precisely adjust itself to its signal. During this process "Antenna is
    being moved" is shown in the display.
    If the selected channel cannot be found on the new satellite (e. g. due to
    an interruption of transmission or your location being out of range), the
    antenna will return to the position of the satellite from which the search
    was started and will switch back to one of the channels from this
    satellite.
    The time required for such a change depends on how far the two satellite
    positions are apart. For example, the change from Astra 1 to Hotbird
    takes less than 5 seconds if the satellite positions are known. If the exact
    positions are not known, the first change will take a little longer.
    You may cancel this function at any time by pressing SWAP while the
    system is searching for the new satellite. In this case the system reverts to
    the previous channel.
    This function requires the setting "Active" in Oyster/CARO/Cosmo
    Digital ... Æ Edit Settings Æ Automatic satellite-swap. To perform a
    manual search, the function "Automatic satellite-swap" must be set to
    "Off" in the "Edit Settings" menu, as otherwise the system will always
    return a known satellite in order to receive a picture.

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    Reception in remote areas
    State-of-the art digital technology can considerably enlarge the area in
    which a satellite can be received.
    Most satellites broadcasting channels of interest to Central European
    viewers are aimed at Central Europe. In locations outside this area, the
    antenna has a lateral "view" on the satellite. This effect is known as the
    "skew angle" or "polarization angle" and occurs particularly in southern
    regions such as Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Greece, Turkey, and most
    extremely on the Canary Islands.
    This effect is mostly compensated by the receiver's electronics, but
    sometimes requires some manual fine-tuning by pivoting the LNB
    (reception head) or the complete flat-panel antenna by some degrees.
    The following definitions apply to the following tables and angles:
    To determine the sense of rotation, the viewer looks towards the satellite
    from the perspective of the antenna. Accordingly, the viewer is located
    behind the antenna or at its side. Depending on the antenna model,
    either the LNB in front of the antenna dish (Oyster), the LNB within
    the antenna (Cosmo) or the complete antenna (Caro) must be turned.
    Rotations in CLOCKWISE direction are negative (–).
    Rotations in COUNTERCLOCKWISE direction are positive (+).
    A rotation in "+" direction hence means that the BOTTOM of the LNB
    or antenna is turned to the RIGHT.
    A rotation in "–" direction hence means that the BOTTOM of the LNB
    or antenna is turned to the LEFT.

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    LNB settings in different regions
    The values stated are for
    reference only!
    Germany
    countries

    and

    Astra I

    Hotbird

    Astra II

    19.2° east

    13° east

    28.2° east

    neighbouring





    + 8°

    Southern Spain, Gibraltar

    +16°

    +10°

    +25°

    Portugal

    +23°

    +16°

    +30°

    Morocco

    +20°

    +12°

    +28°

    Canary Islands

    +36°

    +30°

    +42°

    Sicily, Libya, Tunisia

    + 5°



    +10°

    Greece

    -12°

    -20°



    Turkey, Ukraine, Belarus

    -15°

    -17°

    ---

    ---

    -35°

    ---

    Near East
    Scandinavia
    England, Ireland







    +10°

    +5°

    +14°

    Adjustments of less than 8° are usually not required as long as reception
    is undisturbed.
    The fine-tuning of the skew angle often allows the reception of satellites
    in areas actually outside of their footprint.
    The footprints of the individual satellites can be found at
    www.lyngsat.com or www.satcodx.com. Both websites provide
    interesting information about the channels and footprints of the various
    satellites.
    The Oyster digital system is also available with the optional "SKEW"
    function which can also be retrofitted. This function automatically
    adjusts the LNB so that no manual adjustment is required.

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    Fault codes
    Malfunctions of the automatic antenna unit may occur e. g. when the
    antenna's motion is obstructed by branches or snow.
    Such malfunctions are automatically detected and will be displayed by the
    satellite mouse as fault codes.
    Code

    Malfunction

    Remedial action

    E 01

    The search did not yield Change your location. Do you have a
    the reception of a satellite. clear view to the South? Are you
    within the 'footprint' (range) of a
    satellite?

    E 02
    E 03

    Antenna rotation (E02) or Is the motion obstructed by
    elevation (E03) motion is obstacles? Is the supply voltage
    blocked.
    insufficient (weak battery)?

    E 04

    Antenna does not fully Press EXIT to re-open the antenna.
    retract and switch off.
    Remove snow, leaves or other items
    from the antenna. DO NOT switch
    off the system by setting the master
    switch to OFF before having
    eliminated the cause of the
    malfunction.

    E 05
    E 06

    Antenna does not react Is the red fuse (10 A) at the receiver
    after activation or does in order? Are all cables correctly
    connected?
    not react to commands.
    Contacts of the control cable may be
    slightly oxidized. Disconnect and
    reconnect the cable.

    E 07
    E 09

    Short-circuit/open circuit Check the white antenna cable and
    in antenna cable or at the connectors at the receiver and at
    antenna.
    the LNB.

    E 08

    No or insufficient voltage Check fuses on the rear of the
    for antenna unit.
    receiver.

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    E 10
    E 11
    E 12

    Caution: The supply
    voltage drops
    considerably during the
    rotation of the antenna.

    Recharge the battery as soon as
    possible. Check the wiring and the
    connection of the system to the
    voltage supply. Observe the
    information in the Installation
    Instructions!

    E14
    E 15

    Incorrect feedback from An incompatible antenna unit is
    antenna unit.
    connected.
    The power relay of the antenna unit
    does not hold or the contacts are
    contaminated or defective (relay
    fault).
    Potentially strong switch transients
    of the power supply (external supply
    by charge controllers or interferences
    from TV sets).

    E 16

    Incorrect
    configuration.

    E 17

    Re-Init activated.

    E 18

    Limit switch/mechanical A fault in the antenna unit has been
    fault
    detected. Icing may be the cause.
    Please
    contact
    the
    service
    department.

    E 19

    Hardware fault

    model Error occurred during model
    configuration. An update may have
    been performed incorrectly. The
    system must be serviced by the
    manufacturer.
    Corrupt memory detected. The
    faults were corrected.
    Switch the system off and back on.
    You may have to change some
    settings (e. g. search satellite).

    The automatic self-test revealed a
    hardware fault. Do not operate the
    system any more, further damage
    (possibly in conjunction may occur. The system must be
    with OSD message)
    returned to the service department.

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    RS232 interface
    The serial RS232 interface is used to connect the receiver to a computer.
    On our website at www.ten-haaft.de you will find programs to support
    this functionality. You can download updates of the operating software
    and up-to-date channel lists that may resolve technical problems or
    provide new functions or channels.
    Never use any other software updates than those provided on our
    website at www.ten-haaft.de. The usage of any third-party
    software update or software not released for your system variant
    may cause damage to your satellite system and may render your
    warranty invalid.
    The connection of the receiver to a PC requires a serial cable with a 1:1
    pin allocation, i. e. hard-wired pins. The PC-side of the cable must have a
    9 or 25-pin D-SUB connector, depending on the serial port of your PC.
    The receiver-side of the cable requires a 9-pin D-SUB connector.
    Extension cables for mice are configured accordingly and can hence be
    used.
    The pins of the receiver port are assigned as follows:
    1, 4, 6 – 9

    not assigned

    2

    TXD

    3

    RXD

    5

    GND

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    Receiver data
    Front end (IF unit)
    Input frequency range
    Input level range
    Input socket
    Output (loop-through) socket

    950....2150 MHz
    -65....-25 dBm at 75 Ohm
    F standard, female
    F standard, female (optional)

    Signal decoder
    Supported symbol rates
    FEC
    Signal format
    CI decoding standard

    > 15000 MSym/sec
    Viterbi, all current rates
    MCPC-DVB-S MPEG2 TS
    by CAM plug-in modules

    Audio/Video part
    Video output signal
    Audio output signal
    Audio output level
    Digital audio

    FBAS, Y/C, RGB or YUV
    Stereo via SCART or Cinch
    adjustable or fixed at 0 dB
    SPDIF Cinch (PCM, AC3, dts)

    Outputs
    Audio / Video
    HF modulator

    Euro SCART, Cinch, Hosiden
    DIN / IEC channel 32 (UHF)

    Other data
    Operating voltage
    Power consumption of "CI"
    Power consumption of "CI+T"
    Power cons. of "HDCI+T"
    Power cons. during sat. scan
    Weight
    Dimensions (WxHxD, in mm)

    12 V or 24 V (11 V to 30 V) DC
    approx. 11 W (incl. 1 CI module)
    approx. 12 W (incl. 1 CI module)
    approx. 15 W (during HD rec.)
    approx. 36 W / max. 72 W
    11 – 15 kg (depending on model)
    approx. 275 x 75 x 160

    Subject to change without notice.
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    Appendix - Search satellites
    These satellites are pre-set in your satellite system for direct searching. To
    select, navigate to Oyster/CARO/Cosmo Digital ... Æ Edit Settings
    Æ Search satellite (See page 50).
    Several other satellites also transmit channels complying with the DVB
    standard. These satellites however transmit only a limited scope of
    sometimes frequently changing programs. Their sometimes weak signals
    do not ensure a reliable mobile reception. These satellites can be received
    using the "Automatic satellite-swap" function (see page 50).
    ASTRA 1
    Astra 1 primarily serves the German-speaking regions of Europe. It features
    more than 50 free-to-air programs in German language, including all major
    privately owned stations, stations under public law, their "third channels" and
    numerous radio programs.
    Reception in Turkey, the Eastern Mediterranean and Eastern Europe is
    however poor or unavailable. With an 85-cm antenna, reception is however
    usually available even on the Canary Islands, in Morocco and in Greece.
    ASTRA 2
    Astra 2 primarily covers the English-speaking regions of Europe. It transmits
    the popular English-language news channels. The footprint is even larger
    than that of Astra 1, but the reception area is split into a northern and a
    southern zone. The full range of channels is only available in Central Europe.
    Free-to-air channels of the BBC and ITV can only be reliably received in
    Great Britain and Ireland, France, Benelux and the western areas of
    Germany.

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    HOTBIRD ("Eutelsat Hotbird")
    Like Astra, Hotbird is not a single satellite, but a system comprising several
    satellites. It transmits more than 200 digital free-to-air programs in several
    languages. Hotbird fully covers all of Europe, but at sometimes significantly
    lower signal levels than Astra. Hotbird is the easiest way to receive German
    stations in Greece and Turkey.
    THOR
    The channels and the footprint of Thor cover northern Europe. Many,
    sometimes all, channels of Thor may be received even in southern Germany
    if an adequately sized antenna is used. Almost all channels of Thor are
    encrypted, though.
    SIRIUS
    Like Thor, Sirius serves the Scandinavian region. However, a small range of
    its channels can be received almost all over Europe.
    ATLANTIC BIRD 3
    Atlantic Bird 3 mainly covers France and Benelux, but can also be received all
    over Europe if a suitable parabolic antenna is used. It transmits several digital
    free-to-air French channels.
    HISPASAT
    Hispasat covers mainly the Iberian Peninsula and the Canary Islands, but can
    also be received in Italy, France, Benelux etc. in good quality. The range of
    programs is focused on the Spanish region.
    EUTELSAT W3A
    This satellite has the largest footprint of all. It covers the whole of Europe
    and the Middle East region. However, its signals are significantly weaker than
    those of the other satellites, and the use of an 85-cm antenna is hence
    recommended.

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    Appendix – Channel list (TV stations)
    In the original channel list (TV), the programs are allocated to the
    individual satellites as follows:
    Astra 1 19.2° E
    CH 001 to CH 499
    Hotbird 13° E
    CH 500 to CH 999
    Astra 2 28.2° E
    CH 1000 to CH 1199
    Thor/Intelsat 1° W
    CH 1200 to CH 1399
    Sirius 5° E
    CH 1400 to CH 1499
    Astra 3 23.5° E
    CH 1500 to CH 1554
    AtlanticBird 3 5° W
    CH 1555 to CH 1599
    AtlanticBird 2 8° W
    CH 1600 to CH 1649
    Eutelsat W3A 7° E
    CH 1650 to CH 1699
    Eutelsat W2 10° E
    CH 1700 to CH 1749
    Hispasat 30° W
    CH 1800 to CH 2124
    Astra 1 (prog. for Iber. Pen.)
    CH 2125 to CH 2299
    Arabsat (Badr 3) 26° E
    CH 2300 to CH 2349
    HellasSat 39° E
    CH 2350 to CH 2399
    Amos 4° W
    CH 2400 to CH 2429
    Telstar 12 15° W
    CH 2450 to CH 2475
    (Channel list is subject to change without notice.)
    Please note that not all program numbers are occupied by a station.
    Many numbers are kept blank for further system extensions. Stations
    frequently stop the transmission of individual programs.
    You can sort the channel list to your personal taste and you can update
    the list with new channels with the search function at any time. The
    system function will not be affected.
    New channel lists downloaded from www.ten-Haaft.de may be sorted
    and formatted in a different manner than the list originally stored in the
    receiver. Such changes may be required in the future to allow the update
    of the list with new satellites.

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    Appendix – TV channels
    At the factory, your digital CI receiver has been programmed with the
    following channels( CH 1000 – CH 1185), for example:
    ASTRA 2
    1000 ITV1

    1065 BBC 1 N West

    1080 BBC 2W

    Central SW
    1001 ITV2+1

    1066 BBC

    1081 BBC 2 NI

    1002 ITV3+1
    1003 ITV Play
    1004 Travel

    Channel
    1014 TBN Europe

    NE & C
    1067 BBC 1 South
    1068 BBC 1 S East
    1069 BBC 1 S West

    1

    1082 BBC TES 3
    1083 CBeebies
    1084 CBBC

    1025 EuroNews

    1071 BBC

    Channel
    1085 BBC
    NEWS 24
    1105 Golf Channel

    1041 QVC
    1044 Best Direct
    1058 Golf

    1 Scotland
    1071 BBC 1 Wales
    1073 BBC 1 York
    1074 BBC 1 N1

    1130 Real Estate TV
    1155 ITV1 London
    1156 ITV1 Central

    Pro Shop
    1060 BBC
    1 London
    1061 BBC 1 East
    1062 BBC 1 East

    W Mids

    1075 BBC 1 Oxford

    1157

    1076 BBC 1 C1

    1158

    1077 BBC

    1063 BBC 1 West
    1064 BBC

    1070 BBC 1 E Mids

    1

    Yrks&Lin
    1078 BBC
    2 England
    1079 BBC
    2 Scotland

    1

    1159
    1160

    S
    ITV1 Central
    E
    ITV1 Central
    W
    ITV1 W
    Country
    ITV1 Wales

    1161 ITV1 West

    Please note that due to changes of the channel assignments of the
    satellites this pre-set list is subject to change at any time.
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    Appendix – Encrypted programs (CI)
    The following encrypted programs are pre-set in the factory:
    ORF (Austria)
    Premiere World (Germany)
    Arena
    Canal+ (Netherlands)
    TV Vlaanderen (Belgium)
    SRG (Switzerland)

    CH
    CH
    CH
    CH
    CH
    CH

    100 to CH
    120 to CH
    175 to CH
    200 to CH
    225 to CH
    685 to CH

    117
    170
    190
    223
    234
    694

    (Astra 1)
    (Astra 1)
    (Astra 1)
    (Astra 1)
    (Astra 1)
    (Hotbird)

    Further program packages and channels can be searched at any time
    using the search function (see page 38) and can be stored at program
    positions of your choice.
    Please note that the reception of encrypted programs requires the
    corresponding CI module and a valid access card supplied by the
    program provider. Please contact the relevant program provider for
    more information. The program providers will also provide details about
    the type and source of the CI modules required.
    Always contact the program provider directly if you require any
    information about encrypted program packages or if you have technical
    queries.
    For licensing reasons, many program packages may only be received in
    their country of origin. Accurate information can therefore only be
    obtained from the program providers.
    Caution: To avoid damage to your digital CI receiver and your CI
    module, only use original access cards provided by the corresponding
    program providers!

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    Notes on protection of the environment
    At the end of its lifecycle, this product must not be
    disposed of with your normal waste, but instead must
    be returned to a recycling facility for electric and
    electronic devices. This is indicated by the symbol on
    the product, the operating manual or the packaging.

    The materials can be reused in accordance with their identification. By
    reusing or recycling old equipment or making use of it in other ways you
    are making an important contribution to protecting our environment.
    Please contact your local council to find out where your nearest disposal
    facility is.

    The Oyster/CARO/Cosmo Digital CI satellite reception system is
    certified and intended for use as an accessory of a motor vehicle. The
    system may be disposed of together with the vehicle in accordance with
    the EC End-of-Life Vehicle Directive ELV, 2000/53/EC. The system
    does not contain any materials rated as hazardous to the environment
    according to the directive.

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    Contact and service

    If you have any questions about using your satellite reception system,
    please feel free to call us:
    Phone: +49 (0) 72 37 – 48 55 – 0
    We are available: Monday – Friday from 07:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
    We hope you get a lot of enjoyment out of your fully automatic satellite
    system from ten Haaft.

    ten Haaft GmbH
    www.ten-haaft.de
    E-mail: info@ten-haaft.de

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