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v60 Technical Training

Intellian Technologies

Introduction to VSAT v60 Technical Training

© 2010/2011 – Intellian Technologies – www.intelliantech.com

Table of Contents !  ! 

VSAT Environment GEO Satellite •  •  ! 

!  ! 

Frequency Band Azimuth/Elevation Angle Polarization

VSAT Hub Station VSAT Remote Station •  •  • 

BUC PLL LNB Modem

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VSAT Environment

Satellite VSAT Antenna (Remote Station)

!  GEO Satellite !  VSAT Hub Station !  Remote Station

VSAT Hub Station

Antenna Control Unit & Modem Internet Phone Routing & VoIP Devices Laptop Computer

On Board Phones

GEO Satellite !  Geostationary Orbit Satellite !  Footprint •  Placed approx. 36,700 Km (≒22,300 mil.) above the equator. •  Maintain a constant position relative to the surface of the earth.

!  Applications •  Communication •  Broadcasting

Each satellite covers an enormous area

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Frequency Band !  Microwave Bands 4 GHz

8 GHz

C Band

12 GHz

X Band

18 GHz

26.5 GHz

Ku Band

Ka Band

!  Ku VSAT WW

R2

10.7 GHz

11.7 GHz

R1 R3 R1 R2 R3

R2 12.1 12.2 GHz GHz

12.5 GHz

12.7 GHz

12.75 GHz

WW 13.75 GHz

America Downlink : 11.7 ~ 12.2GHz with 10.75 LO Uplink : 14.0 ~ 14.5 GHz

R2 R1 R3 14.3 GHz

WW

14.4 GHz

14.5 GHz

WW : Worldwide R1 : Europe, Africa R2 : America R3 : Asia

Azimuth/ Elevation Angle

!  Azimuth and elevation angle to satellite •  Antenna location determines AZ/EL angle Receiving Site Location

Elevation Angle

Azimuth Angle Satellite

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Azimuth/ Elevation Angle !  Azimuth Angle

!  Elevation Angle Satellite G19

Boston

Miami

North (Exterior Angle)

South(Center)

Satellite G19

Polarization

!  Maximize the use of limited frequency spectrum •  This allows twice as many channels in the same amount of spectrum sp ace.

RHCP

LHCP

Satellite

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Polarization

!  Circular Polarization •  RHCP

transmit direction

•  LHCP transmit direction

Polarization

!  Linear Polarization •  Vertical

transmit direction

•  Horizontal

transmit direction

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VSAT Hub Station

Source: iDirect

VSAT Remote Station

Ku-band Satellite Uplink 14.0 – 14.5GHz

Downlink 10.9 – 12.75GHz

VSAT Remote Station

Ku

Modem LNB

Ku BUC

IF

IF

Demodulator

Decoder

Modulator

Encoder

output information input information

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BUC

!  BUC: Block Up Converter !  TX Frequency •  Standard Ku band: 14.0 ~ 14.5 GHz •  Extended Ku band: 13.75 ~ 14.5 GHz

! 

Local Frequency •  NJRC: f TX = f IF + f BUC_Local

Frequency

•  Codan: f TX = f BUC_Local Frequency ‒ f IF Model

Manufacturer

Power

Local Frequency

TX Frequency

Monitor & Control

NJT 5118

NJRC

8W

13.05 GHz

Standard

X

NJT 5218

NJRC

8W

12.80 GHz

Extended

X

6908-W/E48/EX-E_8W

CODAN

8W

15.45 GHz

Extended

O

PLL LNB

!  PLL LNB : Phase-Lock Loop Down-Converter •  Single band −  Single local frequency −  Good for regional service −  Ex : NJR2835S : 10.75GHz Single Band LNB

•  Multi-band −  Band is controlled by voltage or 22kHz tone −  Good for global service −  Ex : NJR2843S : 9.75/10.6 GHz Dual Band LNB Swedish Microwave Type H, R, O

•  Local Frequency: f IF = f RX + f LNB_Local Frequency •  Stability : ±25 KHz or higher for SCPC carrier v.s. ±900 KHz or lower s tability for regular LNB for DVB carrier

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Modem

!  Standard Modem •  Tx Output : 950 – 1700 MHz •  Rx Input : 950 – 1700 MHz •  SMW LNB for full Rx coverage •  iDirect 3000, iDirect 5000

!  iDirect X5 •  TX Out put : 950 – 1700 MHz •  RX Input : 950 – 2150 MHz •  Dual Band LNB is enough for full Rx coverage

Modem

!  Software •  iDirect iSite8.0 •  Optional file (*.opt) •  Package file (*.pkg)

!  Main Parameters •  RX Frequency •  TX Frequency •  Uplink Local Frequency •  Downlink Local Frequency •  GPS : GPS data is required by mobile modem •  Modem Lock : Identify the target satellite •  TX Mute : Disable the TX transmit if the antenna is blocked or miss-poin ted at the target satellite by over 0.2 degrees

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Intellian VSAT System

Intellian VSAT System v60 Technical Training

Table of Contents !  !  !  !  !  !  !  !  !  !  !  ! 

Introduction of v60 Specification of v60 Antenna Mechanical Structure Antenna Architecture Control Interface Diagram System Diagram Antenna Control Unit Block Diagram of ACU Key Features System Configurations Dual VSAT Mediator Standard RF Equipment Options

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Introduction of v60 !  Antenna Features •  Ku-band maritime VSAT antenna system with 60cm (24”) dish •  Linear Cross-pol only, or Cross-pol & Co-pol •  Supports various LNBs and BUCs •  DVB and SCPC (narrow-band) detection capability •  Easy integrated with various modems •  Supports Auto Beam Switch via OpenAMIP / ROSS •  Provides remote access function to ACU through IP Network •  Maximized RF performance for marine environment with in-house engineering •  Enhanced hardware reliability for rough sea conditions •  Simplified and modularized design enables easy installation and minimal maintenance

Introduction of v60 •  78cm (30.7”) radome with a 3 cm (1.2”) gap between dish and radome •  Built-in brakes for EL/ CL BLDC motors •  Offers an unlimited azimuth capability •  Offers user friendly ACU operation and exclusive PC control program •  Adopts dual-MPU for enhancing tracking performance •  Provides backup & restore functions •  Provides auto-diagnostic functions •  Easy and reliable firmware upgrades •  Real-time voltage monitoring capability • 

Supports customized satellite library

•  Supports GPS output for modem and redundant GPS input

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Specification of v60

Antenna Model Radome & Antenna Radome (DXH) Dish Diameter Weight Stabilized Pedestal Assembly   Pedestal Type

v60 78cm x 84.5cm (30.7”x 33.3” ) 60cm (24” ) 59.5kg (132 lbs) 3-Axis (Azimuth, Elevation, Cross-level)

Azimuth Range Elevation Range Cross-level Range

Unlimited -10° to +100° ± 30°

Pointing Accuracy

0.2° peak mis-pointing @ max ship motion condition

Max Ship's Motion Poll/Pitch/ Yaw Turning Rate BUC

±25°@8-12 sec/ ±15°@ 6-12sec/ ±8°@15~20 sec Up to 12°/ sec & 5°/sec2 NJRC 4W, NJRC 8W, Codan Mini 8W

Specification of v60

Antenna Model Reflector & Feed Assembly TX Frequency TX Gain RX Frequency RX Gain Cross-pol Isolation G/T Polarized Feed Pol-Control

v60 13.75~14.5 GHz 38.1 dBi 10.95~12.75 GHz 35.8 dBi > 30 dB 13.64 dB/K @ Clear Sky, 20° elevation Linear Cross-pol only or Cross-pol and Co-pol Automatic motorized polarization

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Specification of v60

Rack Mount Antenna Control Unit   Display Serial Interface Remote Access Modem Interface Gyrocompass Interface GPS Ethernet port Input Power

2 line 40 character Graphic VFD Module 19200bps 8, N, 1, RS-232 TCP/IP Ethernet Port/ RS-232C / I/O ports NMEA/ Synchro NMEA In / NMEA Out RJ45, TCP/ IP connection , Connection with iDirect modem (Open AMIP) 100~240 VAC, 50~60Hz (Max. 350W included 8W BUC power)

Antenna Output Power 27V (Max. 150W) 8W BUC Output Power 48V (Max 350W)

Antenna Mechanical Structure Main Reflector

Sub-Reflector

BUC

Feed Assembly Main Control Unit Azimuth Motor Home Sensor Weight Balance Blocks Vibration Shock Absorbers

Cross Level Encoder Slip Ring & Rotary Joint Azimuth Belt

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Antenna Mechanical Structure

SMW PLL LNB

Built-in GPS NDB Unit Sensor Box

8W BUC (Block Up Converter)

Elevation Mot or & Brake

LPF (Low Pass Filter)

Elevation Belts (Spare)

Cross Level Motor & Belt

Azimuth Encoder ISMC Unit

Antenna Mechanical Structure

NBD Unit (Narrow Band Detector) Sensor Box

Elevation Motor & Motor Brake

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Main Controller Unit

!  Main Control Unit • 

Control Board •  •  • 

• 

2 MPUs: 1 for stabilization and 1 for antenna control 2 Stepping Motor Drivers : 1 for sensor box and 1 for LNB pol 1 DVB-S2 Digital Tuner

BLDC Motor Board • 

3 BLDC Motor Drivers (Azimuth, Elevation, Cross-level)

Main Control Board

BLDC Motor Board

ISMC Unit !  Provides the high speed data communication (2.4GHz) •  Main Controller and ACU – 19200 bps •  BUC and ACU – 9600 bps

ISMC Board

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NBD Unit !  Narrow band detector can detect beam widths down to 300KHz

NBD Board

Sensor Box

!  3 Rate Sensors: • 

Azimuth, Elevation, Cross Level to measure ship’s motion-roll, pitch, yaw

!  2 Tilt Sensors: • 

Elevation and Cross Level to compensate long-term drift error between th e antenna’s actual position vs. its targeted (or intended) position. Title sensor

Azimuth

Cross-level Elevation

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Power Switch

!  Power Switch Unit •  •  •  • 

RX RF Cable from ACU: ANT Power (27V) & RF RX Data RX TX Cable from Modem BUC Cable from ACU: BUC Power (48V) Power On / Off Switch Button

Font View

Side View

Antenna Architecture MODEM MODEM (ComTech / iDirect / Hughes) Feeder G

G Tilt

LNB

G

TX

F

RX

Pedestal Stabilizer (ATMega128)

M M

P

GPS

Signal Detector

BUC

Antenna Controller (ATMega128)

Control Board

ACU

Digital Tuner

Ethernet BLDC Motor Board

MODEM ( iDirect )

LAN B

Tilt

Sensor Board

BL /B

Console

F

BLDC Motor Drivers

ISMC

TCP/IP

Console F

BL /B CL Encoder

F BL Interface Board Home Sensor

AZ Encoder

BUC Power

ISMC

DSUB

Rotary Joint

Slip Ring

N

Switch Box RX IF

USB

BUC Controller PC

TX IF

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Control Interface Diagram ! 

! 

Stabilizer •  Interfaces 3 rate & 2 tilt sensors,

Pedestal Control Unit(PCU) •  Communicates with ACU and Stabilizer thru ISMC Module

2 encoders, 1 Home sensor

•  •  • 

•  •  • 

Drives 3 BLDC motor(AZ, EL, CL) 2 Brakes Communicates with PCU

Sensor Board Gyro Sensor Gyro Sensor

Tilt Senosr

Controls LNB and tuner, GPS Interface Drives 2 stepping motors(LNB, Sensor Box) Get Signal Strength from Narrow Band Dete ctor Module

Control Board

SPI

I2C

MUX

analog

A/D Converter SPI

Gyro Sensor

Pedestal Stabilizer

SPI

RS-232

Antenna Controller

Parallel BLDC Motor

BLDC Driver

Brake

BLDC Motor

BLDC Driver

Brake

BLDC Motor

BLDC Driver

LNB Controller

Parallel

Decoder

Narrow Band Detector

analog / RS-232

Pulse

2 – axis Encoder Interface

LNB

Digital Tuner

Stepping Driver

Stepping Driver

Stepping Motor

Stepping Motor

RS-232

ISMC Module

D/A Converter AZ Encoder

Motor Driver Board

CL Encoder

ACU GPS

System Diagram (Cross-pol) Controller Sensor Box

NBD ISMC Main Controller l. o P s s ro C

B N L

V 8 4 C D

le b a C F R x T

Adaptor (WR75)

Rotary Joint Slip Ring

LPF

Power Box

ADE BDE

AC Power

V 4 2 C D

MODEM

Tx

ACU AC Power

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System Diagram (Cross-pol & Co-pol ) Controller Sensor Box

NBD ISMC Main Controller .l o P s s ro C

Co-Pol.

B N L

V 8 4 C D

le b a C F R x T

Rotary Joint Slip Ring

LPF

Power Box

ADE BDE

V 4 2 C D

Tx

MODEM

AC Power

ACU AC Power

Antenna Control Unit (Old Version)

!  Rear Panel

Power Power Cord Switch

BUC Power Modem Rx

Antenna Rx

Console Port RS232/424

Synchro NMEA

!  Front Panel

Status LEDS USB Port- Maintenance

BUC InterfPC Interfa Ethernet ace ce

Mode

2 Line Graphic Dis play Window

Return Function

Arrow Keys

Number Keys

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Antenna Control Unit (New Version)

!  Rear Panel

BUC Power Modem Rx

Power Cord

Console Port RS232/424

BUC InterfPC Interfa Ethernet ace ce

Synchro NMEA

Antenna Rx

!  Front Panel

Mode

Status LEDS 2 Line Graphic Dis play Window USB Port- Maintenance

Return

Arrow Function Keys

Power Switch

Number Keys

Block Diagram of ACU Membrane Key (21) Graphic VFD Module ( 2 ! 40 )

USB Interface “PC”

USB Interface “DN"

ACU Board

AC – DC Power Supply For BUC DC +48V 300W

Modem

ISMC Module

BUC Interface

Modem MPU

Main MPU

Serial Interface

Antenna

Modem Modem Control (E2S) (232/422) Port Interface Interface

MODEM MODEM (Ethernet) (RS232

Console

Gyro-Compass MPU

AC – DC Power Supply NMEA Synchro Interface Interface

Heading

Synchro

DC +27V 150 W

BUC Power

or RS422) GPS IN

GPS OUT Control Port

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Key Features

! 

Reliable and Simplified Design •  Reduced weight balance blocks •  Minimized the system setup time •  Unlimited azimuth range •  Wide elevation range •  Simplified design −  Cabling −  Pedestal

•  Fail-Safe damper •  Spring damper post •  Vibration shock absorber

Spring Damper Post

Vibration Shock Abso rber

Key Features

!  Enlarged Radome •  Secured space between radome and reflector −  Over 3cm (1.2”) gap to prevent reflector from colliding with dome

•  Highly efficient radome −  Minimized radome loss – < 1dB −  UV protection

3cm (1.2”)

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Key Features

!  Enhanced Antenna Gain •  Enhanced gain & Xpol isolation −  Tx Gain : 38.1 dBi −  Rx Gain : 35.8 dBi −  X pol Isolation : >30 dB

!  Supports various BUCs •  NJRC4W, 8W

!  Supports various LNBs •  NJRC Single LNB/ SMW Multi LNB

Key Features

!  Maximized RF Performance •  Key RF components have been newly developed to maximize the RF p erformance −  Band Pass Filter −  OMT

LNB Band Pass Filter

OMT

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Key Features !  Built-in Safety Motor Brakes

BLDC Motor

Motor Brake

Spare Belts

Key Features !  Modularized Design •  Main Controller −  Stabilize Control −  BLDC Driver

•  Signal Detector Module −  Narrowband Detector + DVB-S detector

•  ISMC Module −  Speed up the data communication between antenna and the ACU −  2.4 to 2.5GHz

•  Cable Interface Module

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Key Features

!  Easy Maintenance •  Azimuth Belt −  With an open pulley design, azimuth belt can be easily replaced

V60 Easy to Replace

Other Brands of Antennas Di fficult to Replace

Key Features

!  Offers Cross-pol only or Cross-pol and Co-pol

Add additional diplexer and LNB

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Key Features

!  Built-in Slip Ring •  DC power is supplied through slip ring not through rotary joint −  Rotary Joint : 2 ports Tx/ Rx −  Slip Ring : 6 channels 2 channels for spare

Coaxial Rotary Joint 2 Ports (TX, RX) Slip Ring 6 Channels •  2 for antenna power 27 V •  2 for BUC power 48V •  2 reserved for future use

Key Features

!  Rack Mountable ACU • 

19” rack mount type

• 

Ship’s gyro interface −  NMEA/ Synchro

• 

Modem Interface −  Ethernet, RS-232C, I/O port

• 

Supports Auto Beam Switch function

• 

iDirect OpenAMIP or Comtech ROSS

• 

Satellite Library

• 

Built-in Power Supply for 8W BUC

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Key Features !  Built-in Web-based Remote Control Management •  Able to access ACU remotely through IP Network •  Provides various auto diagnostic function

System Diagram With 4W BUC

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System Diagram With 8W BUC

Dual VSAT Diagram

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Mediator VSAT Mediator

Hardware Dimension (w x d x h)

43.1cm x 29.5cm x 4.4cm (16.9” x 11.6” x 1.7”)

Weight

2.5 kg (5.5 lbs)

Input Power

100 – 240 V AC, 50- 60Hz

Power Consumption

Typical 5W

Frequency Range

950-2150 MHz

Connections

75 Ohm F-Type Female

Ship Gyrocompass Interface

NMEA

Modem Interface

RS-232C/ I/O Port / Ethernet

Serial Ports

19200bps 8, N, 1, RS-232C 2 Ports for ACU1 and ACU2 1 Port for PC or Management Device

USB Ports

1 Port for PC or Management Device

Mediator VSAT Mediator ! 

Front Panel

Shows which ante Maintenance Port nna is in use

Antenna manual switch button Shows connection status betwe en Mediator and ACU

! 

Rear Panel Modem Interface Port

RX connections btw antenna and modem

Maintenance Port

ACU Connections TX connections w antenna and modem

bt

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Standard BUC Options

RF output Frequency Range /

Manufacturer

Model No.

Power

NJRC

NJT5207N

4W

13.75 GHz ~ 14.50 GHz / 12.80 GHz

NJRC

NJT5017

4W

14.00 GHz ~ 14.50 GHz / 13.05 GHz

NJRC

NJT5118NM

8W

14.00 GHz ~ 14.50 GHz / 13.05 GHz

NJRC

NJT5218NM

8W

13.75 GHz ~ 14.50GHz / 12.8 GHz

CODAN(Mini)

4908-W/E-DC/EX-CE-NI

8W

13.75 GHz ~ 14.50GHz/ 12.8 GHz

CODAN(Mini)

4916-W/S-48/EX-NI

16W

14.00 GHz ~ 14.50GHz/ 13.05 GHz

CODAN(Mini)

4916-W/E-48/EX-CE-NI

16W

13.75 GHz ~ 14.50GHz/ 12.8 GHz

Local Frequency

Standard LNB Options

!  SMW Multi-band PLL LNB Type A B C E G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V Y

Multi bands 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 4 3

!  NJRC Single-band PLL LNB

LO Frequencies (GHz) 10.00 10.00 9.75 9.75 10.00 10.00 9.75 10.00 10.00 9.75 9.75 9.75 9.75 10.00 10.00 9.75 9.75 9.75 9.75 9.75

11.00 10.75 10.75 10.60 11.30 10.75 10.75 10.60 10.60 10.00 10.25 10.00 10.25 10.50 10.75 10.60 10.75 10.50 10.50 10.50

11.30 11.25 11.05 11.25 10.60 10.75 10.75 10.75 10.75 11.30 11.30 11.30 11.25 11.05 11.30

Model No.

Lo Frequencies (GHz)

NJR2835S NJR2836S NJR2837S NJR2839S

10.75 GHz 11.30 GHz 10.00 GHz 10.25 GHz

!  NJRC Dual-band PLL LNB 11.30 11.30 11.25 11.25 9.75

Model No.

Lo Frequencies (GHz)

NJR2843S

9.75 /10.6 GHz

!  INVACOM Universal LNB Model No.

Lo Frequencies (GHz)

SPV-30SM

9.75/ 10.6 GHz

10.00

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Environmetal Test Spec

Intellian ET Standards v60 Technical Training

Table of Contents !  !  !  !  !  !  !  ! 

Intellian Environment Test Standards Temperature & Humidity Test Vibration & Shock Test Water Ingress Test Salt Spray Test Fatigue Test Tensile Test EMC & ESV Regulations Compliance

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Environmetal Test Spec

Intellian Environment Test Standards

Specification Dry Heat Test

Damp Heat Test

Intellian Standards

Equivalent

- Relative Humidity = Max. 55% - 16 hours at 55 ℃ + 2 hours at 70 ℃ - Tolerances: Temp => ± 2 ℃ - Humidity => ± 10 %

DNV

- Preconditioning (3 hours ((± 30 min) ) Temp => 25℃ ± 3 ℃, Humidity => more than 95% - 9 hours (± 30 min) at 55 ℃ ± 2 ℃ / 93% ± 3 % (humidity) - 3 to 6 hours temperature fall - 9 to 6 hours at 25℃ ± 3 ℃ / more than 95% (humidity) 2 cycles

DNV

Cold Test

2 hours at -40℃ ± 2 ℃

Shock

20g, 11ms (X±10, Y±10, Z±10)/ 10g, 11ms(X±1000, Y±1000, Z±1000)

Vibration

1.  Resonance Search (X,Y,Z–axis) a. 5(2) to 13.2Hz : Displacement 3mm (Peak Value) b. 13.2 to 50Hz : Acceleration 2.1g 2. Endurance (X,Y,Z – axis) a. 10Hz(Displacement 3mm) - 90min (IF NO Resonance Frequenc y) b. Highest Resonance Frequency - 90 min (if Amplification factors < 2) c. All each Resonance Frequencies - 90 min (if Amplification factor >= 2)

DNV original : -25℃

DNV

Intellian Environment Test Standards

Specification

Intellian Standards

Equivalent

Water ingress

Resistant to water penetration sprayed from any direction , Standard: I PX6 - Water Nozzle Diameter : 12.5mm - Distance : 2.5 - 3m - flow : 100L/min ± 5% - Duration: 1min/㎡ over 3min(1.06㎡)

IEC60945

Salt Mist

- Number of spraying : 4 - Storage period in damp chamber : 7days after each spraying, 28 days total - Spraying duration : 2 Hour - Temperature : 25℃±10℃ - Saline solution : 5%NaCl, PH6.5 to 7.2 at 20℃±2℃ - Storage Temperature : 40℃±2℃ - Humidity : in chamber during storage : 93% +2%/-3% - IEC-60068-2-52

DNV

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Temperature & Humidity Test !  Cold Test •  The antenna is tested in the chamber at low temperatures for a defined duration •  No damage occurs to any parts, and all functions of the antenna can be operated normally during the test or after the test. •  Test Conditions −  Temperature Range -40°C ~ 25°C −  Period : 2 hours @ -40°C −  Cycle : 1 cycle

Chamber Graph

Temperature & Humidity Test !  Dry Heat Test •  The antenna is tested in the high temperature chamber for the defined d uration. •  No damage to any parts occurs, and all functions of the antenna can be operated normally during the test or after the test. •  Test Conditions −  Temperature Range : +55°C ~ 70°C −  Period : 16 hours @ 55°C, 2 hours @ 70°C −  Cycle : 1 cycle

Chamber Graph

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Damp Heat Test !  Damp Heat Test •  The antenna is tested in the chamber, with high temperature and high h umidity, for a defined duration. •  No damage to any parts occurs, and all functions of the antenna can be operated normally during the test or after the test. •  Test Conditions −  Pre-Conditioning : +25°C±3°C, over 95% R.H −  Raising Temp. (3 Hours ± 1/2 Hours) : +25°C±2°C → +55°C±2°C , over 95% R.H −  Maintaining Temp. (9 Hours ± 1/2 Hours) : +55°C ±2°C , 93%±3% R.H −  Temp. Fall (3 to 6 Hours) : +55°C ±2°C → +25°C ±2°C −  Maintaining Temp. (6 to 9 Hours) : +25°C±2°C, over 95% R.H −  Cycle : 2 cycles

Chamber Graph

Vibration & Shock Test !  Vibration Test •  After a resonance search test to find the resonance frequency for each axis is completed, the vibration endurance test begins (X,Y,Z) •  Test Conditions •  Resonance Search −  3.0mm Displacement @ 3 Hz ~ 13.2 Hz −  2.1g Acceleration @ 13.2 Hz ~ 50 Hz −  Sweep Rate : Max 1 octave / minute −  Axis : x, y, and z •  Endurance Test −  Test Frequency : At resonance frequency −  Endurance Time : 90min −  Axis : x, y, and z

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Vibration & Shock Test in 0.2985 profile(f) high-abort(f) low-abort(f)

0.1000

high-alarm(f) low-alarm(f) input2(f): Peak = 0.373 gn control(f)

0.0100 input2(f): 6.0929, 0.1767

0.0018 5.00

10.00

25.00 Frequency (Hz)

Resonance Research Graph (z-axis) Left to Right Resonance Endurance Test (X-axis)

Resonance Endurance Test (Y-axis)

Resonance Endurance Test (z-axis)

Vibration & Shock Test !  Shock Test •  Each axis (X,Y,Z) is tested for 5 times with an impact accretion of 20g and for 1,000 times with an impact accretion of 10g . •  This test is to see if the product is rugged enough to survive extreme loads during shipping, if dropped, from transporting, and severe sea conditions. •  Test Conditions •  20g Impact Accretion −  Pulse period : 11ms −  Number of shock 5 times each ±X, ±Y, ±Z axis (total 30 times) •  10g Impact Accretion −  Pulse period : 11ms −  Number of shock 1,000 times each ±X, ±Y, ±Z axis (total 6,000times)

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Vibration & Shock Test

• 

The antenna is tested in the chamber that keeps the temperature at -40 degrees. After a resonance search test is completed to find the resonan ce frequency for each axis, the vibration endurance test is completed on all axis, while at -40 degrees (X,Y,Z).

• 

Test Conditions •  Resonance Search −  3.0mm Displacement @ 3 Hz ~ 13.2 Hz −  2.1g Acceleration @ 13.2 Hz ~ 50 Hz −  Sweep Rate : Max 1 octave / minute −  Axis : x, y, and z

•  Endurance Test −  Test Frequency : At resonance frequency −  Endurance Time : 90min −  Axis : x, y, and z

Water Ingress Test

•  • 

The IPX6 test insures no water will enter the radome. A high pressure hose with a 12.5mm nozzle delivers 100 liters/min ± 5% fro m a distance between 2.5 and 3 meters diffused to a circle of approximately 120mm for at least 1 min/m2 of test article with a minimum test duration of 3 minutes (based on IPX6)

• 

Test Condition : IPX6 −  Water Nozzle Diameter: 12.5mm −  Distance : 2.5 ~ 3m −  Flow : 100L/min ±5% −  Duration : 1min/m2 over 3min

Waterproof (IPX6)

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Salt Spray Test • 

Several key components of the antenna are tested for corrosion resistance by subjecting to a salt water spray for 2 hours.

•  • 

The components will have to survive for 7 days. Test Conditions −  Temperature Rage: 25°C ~ 40°C, 95%R.H −  Spray Time : 2 hours −  Duration : 7 days

• 

Tested Parts −  Rotary Joint −  Belt Guide Bearing −  Bolts −  Cable Gland −  Motor Brake −  Radome Door Latch −  Stable Flexible Mount

Salt Water Tester

Fatigue Test • 

Many key components of the antenna are teste d to see if there is any progressive and localize d structural damage that occurs when a materia l is subjected to cyclic loading.

• 

Test Conditions −  Load: ±5,000N −  Frequency : 2 Hz

Stable Flexible Mount

−  # of Times : 1,000K

• 

Tested Parts −  Stable Flexible Mount

Fatigue Test

7

Environmetal Test Spec

Tensile Test • 

The key components of the antenna are strain ed at a constant rate and the stress needed to maintain this strain rate is measured. Failure rat es are identified.

• 

Test Conditions −  Speed Range : 5mm/min ~ 8mm/min −  The speed will be applied differently, depending o n the components

• 

Tensile Test (Stable Flexible Mount)

Test Parts −  Stable Flexible Mount −  Belts

Tensile Test (Belt)

EMC & ESV Regulations Compliance !  EMC •  EN60945 & IEC60945 : 2002 •  ETSI EN 301 489-1 : 2002-08 •  CE : Conforms to EU Directive 89/ 336/ EEC •  FCC : Verified to CFR47: Part 15

!  ESV Regulations •  Meets FCC 25.222 •  Meets DNV & Lloyd Spec •  Meets Eutelsat EESS 502 M-X

8

Environmetal Test Spec

9

Installation

Installation v60 Technical Training

Table of Contents !  !  !  !  ! 

Selection of Installation Site Specification of RF Cables Unpack v60 Wooden Crate v60 Mounting Guide Cable Connections •  Power Switch Box •  Antenna Control Unit •  Satellite Modem

1

Installation

Selection of Installation site !  Minimize blockage !  The mounting platform must be flat, rigid, and strong enough to suppor t the antenna !  Identify radiation hazard zones

Selection of Installation site !  Radar interference •  It is recommended to position the antenna at least 1.2m. above or below t he level of the radar and minimum of 4.6. away from high power short wav e radars

Radar

Radar

Radar

X

2

Installation

Selection of Installation site !  Antenna and ship’s heading alignment •  The radome assembly should be positioned with the BOW marker aligned as close as possible to the centerline of the ship. •  Variation from actual alignment can be compensated with the “ BOW Adjust“ settings in the ACU so precise alignment is not required.

True North

BOW Heading

BOW

Absolute AZ Relative AZ Satellite AFT

Specification of RF Cable !  Recommended RF cable type and cable length

3

Installation

Unpack v60 Wooden Crate !  Remove the top panel from the wooden crate !  Remove 8 pins from the hinges of wooden crate

Pin

Wooden Crate

Unpack v60 Wooden Crate !  Remove 1 ACU box and 1 installation kit box.

4

Installation

Unpack v60 Wooden Crate !  Remove 4 shipping bolts that mount the antenna to the pallet.

Unpack v60 Wooden Crate !  Open the radome !  Remove the shipping brackets that fix the antenna pedestal !  Remove the tie wrap that fix the antenna azimuth axis

5

Installation

Unpack v60 Wooden Crate

!  ACU, manual, CD, cables, bolts and washers etc.

Antenna Control Unit Box

Installation Kit Box

v60 Mounting Guide

6

Installation

v60 Mounting Guide

v60 Mounting Guide

•  • 

Mount the antenna using the supplied hex bolt, flat washer and spr ing washer Bolt the radome base directly to the support pedestal. Ensure that the center hole of the radome base should be sealed with waterproofing compound if the radome is not mounted on the support pedestal.

7

Installation

Cable Connections

!  Power Switch Box (8W BUC Configuration)

Cable Connections !  When pulling the cables in place, avoid sharp bends, kinking, and th e use of excessive force.

8

Installation

Cable Connections

!  ACU Dimensions

Cable Connections

!  ACU !  Rear Panel

Power Cord

BUC Power Modem Rx

Antenna Rx

Console Port RS232/424

Synchro NMEA

!  Front Panel

Status LEDS 2 Line Graphic Dis play Window USB Port- Maintenance

BUC InterfPC Interfa Ethernet ace ce

Mode

Return

Arrow Function Keys

Number Keys

Power Switch

9

Installation

Cable Connections

!  Ship’s Gyro

Cable Connections

!  Connector Guide

10

Installation

Cable Connections

!  Cable Connection: iDirect satellite modem !  Intellian supplies iDirect modem interface cable as standard package

Rear panel of iDirect modem

Cable Connections !  Cable Connection: iDirect satellite modem • 

Make a cable connection as below between the “Console Connector (RJ-45)” on the modem and the “Console Connector” on the ACU . •  ACU sends GPS data (GPGLL) to iDirect modem for every 10sec. •  ACU is able to receive the “Lock Status” from modem. •  Do not connect the DB-9 (Male) adapter to PC serial port.

11

Installation

Cable Connections

!  Console Cable : iDirect Modem ACU Console

DSUB 9 PIN MALE

Modem Console Port

GND

1

4

GND

GPS-

6

5

GPS-

GPS+

2

6

GPS+

RX LOCK

3

2

RX LOCK

TX MUTE

4

RJ-45 Male Plug

Cable Connections

!  Console Cable : Hughes Modem

Modem Serial Port

ACU Console

DSUB 9 PIN MALE

GND

1

3

GND

GPS-

6

GPS+

2

12

GPS+

RX LOCK

3

15

RX LOCK

TX MUTE

4

14

TX MUTE

DSUB 15 PIN MALE 3 rows

12

Installation

Cable Connections

!  Console Cable : Comtech Modem

ACU Console

DSUB 9 PIN MALE

Modem

GND

1

1

GND

GPS-

6

7

Rx Comm

GPS+

2

RX LOCK

3

15

Modem L OCK

TX MUTE

4

9

TX MUTE

DSUB 15 PIN FEMA LE 2 rows

Cable Connections

!  Console Cable : SatLink

SatLink Serial

D-

Sub

D-

Sub

9Pin(FEMALE)

9Pin(MALE)

ACU Modem

RS232 /422

GPS IN

7

3

TX

GPS GND

5

5

GND



26

13

Installation

Cable Connections

!  iDirect 5100 modem – via Console Port Antenna Control Unit Antenna Rx

Modem Interface

Interface Protocol • GPS OUT + • GPS OUT – • External Lock • Tx Mute Interface cable is supplied with the antenna.

iDirect INFINITI 5000 Internet / Email

Cable Connections

!  iDirect X5 modem – via Console Port Antenna Control Unit Antenna Rx

Modem Interface

Interface Protocol • GPS OUT + • GPS OUT – • External Lock • Tx Mute

iDirect X5

Interface cable is supplied with the antenna.

Router / Network Hub Internet / Email

14

Installation

Cable Connections

!  iDirect 5100 modem – via OpenAMIP

Antenna Control Unit Antenna Rx Modem Interface (OpenAMIP)

OpenAMIP Protocol • GPS • Lock / Unlock • Tx Mute • Auto Beam Switching

iDirect INFINITI 5000 Internet / Email

Cable Connections

!  iDirect X5 modem – via OpenAMIP Antenna Control Unit Antenna Rx

OpenAMIP Protocol

Modem Interface (OpenAMIP)

• GPS • Lock / Unlock • Tx Mute • Auto Beam Switching

iDirect X5

Router / Network Hub Internet / Email

15

Installation

Cable Connections

!  Comtech modem – via Console Port Antenna Control Unit Antenna Rx

Modem Interf ace

PC Interf ace

Comtech CDM-570/L

Internet / Email

Cable Connections

!  Satlink modem – via Console Port Antenna Control Unit Antenna Rx

Modem Interface

Interface Protocol • GPS D-SUB 9in female connector is supplied with the antenna.

SatLink 1910

Internet / Email

16

Installation

17

ACU Operation

ACU Operation v60 Technical Training

Table of Contents !  !  !  ! 

ACU Soft Keys System Initialization Monitoring Current Antenna Status Setup Mode & Main Menus •  Installation •  Antenna •  Satellite •  System

1

ACU Operation

ACU Soft Keys Mode

USB Status LE (PC program) DS

Return Function

Arrow Keys

Number Keys

MODE

Enter Setup mode

RETURN

Return to previous menu / option or save the adjusted settings.

FUNCTION

Save the adjusted settings.

ARROW KEY (s)

Select from the alternative options / To Increment or decrement the selected character to the desired value.

OK

To enter next step/ menu

NUMBER KEY(s)

To input the numbers

System Initialization INTELLIAN TECHNOLOGIES INC.

M R F

OK

1. The data communication is being established between the antenna and the ACU. INITIALIZE - ANTENNA INFO INTELLIAN V60

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

Antenna is uploading the data from ACU.

2. The ACU receives antenna information. INITIALIZE - EL POSITION INTELLIAN V60

Elevation 45° =>Sensor box 0°

3. The elevation angle is initialized. INITIALIZE - AZIMUTH POSITION INTELLIAN V60

Go to home sensor

4. The azimuth angle is initialized. INITIALIZE – SAT POSITION INTELLIAN V60 5. The antenna returns to the target satellite position.

2

ACU Operation

System Initialization



SEARCH1 113.0E KOREA_5 SIG:301 VL ▶ AZ:202.7( 202.7) EL: 48.3 SK:-72.0

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

6. The antenna is searching for the target satellite. ◀

TRACKING 113.0E KOREA_5 SIG:501 ● VL ▶ AZ:202.7( 202.7) EL: 48.3 SK:-72.0 Fn

7. The antenna has locked onto the satellite.

Monitoring Current Antenna Status

! 

While the ACU power is on, it displays the current status of the antenna Signal level shows SIG when tracking DVB carrier ; AGC when tracking NBD (SCPC) carrier. If the signal is strong enough to be locked on, it shows "

Name of tracked satellite



VL refer to vertical low. Local frequency is decided by the supplied voltage from the LNB

TRACKING 113.0E KOREA_5 SIG:501● VL ▶ AZ:202.7( 202.7) EL: 48.3 SK: ▲-72.0▼ Antenna Control Unit

M R F

OK

Elevation Angle LNB Skew Angle True azimuth degree: ( Relative azimuth degree + Ship’s heading )

3

ACU Operation

Monitoring Current Antenna Status NBD (SCPC) IF frequency (IF= RF- LO) of tracked satellite (i.e., 12470000KHz) Bandwidth of tracked frequency (i.e., 1000 KHz ) ◀

NBD F:1247000 BW: 1000 004.53E 52.22N HDG:000.0

SIG:301● ▶ L:10000 Fn

Antenna Control Unit

Current longitude, latitude and s hip’s heading ◀

[PWR] ANT: 26.4V ACU: 27.1V

M R F

OK

LNB Local Frequency ( i.e.,10000M Hz)

LNB: 13V + 0KHz ▶ [POL] TX:V RX:H

Antenna Control Unit

M R F

OK

Antenna & ACU current TX polarity (VERTICAL) and operating voltage RX polarity (HORIZONTAL)

LNB Voltage - Vertical Low: 13V+0KHz - Horizontal Low: 18V +0KHz - Vertical High: 13V+22KHz - Horizontal High: 18V +22 KHz

Monitoring Current Antenna Status

Antenna model name , Antenna serial Number, PCU firmware version



V1-1117Q VP-T100

ANT. Serial ACU Serial Antenna Control Unit

1.00 ▶ 1.00(1.00)

M R F

OK

ACU model name, ACU Serial Number, ACU main firmware version (Satellite Library version)

4

ACU Operation

Installation

Installation

! 

Enter Setup Mode (Press MODE Key) / Installation Menu SETUP MODE ? → YES

NO

+ANTENNA +SYSTEM



[1]

+SATELLITE →+INSTALLATION

SELECT SATELLITE KOREA_5 113E

LATITUDE 37.00N

LONGITUDE 126.53E



M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

Select the satellite t hat you wish to tra ck.

Enter latitude (N/S), longitude (E/W) and ship’s heading information. However, the entry of ship’s heading it is not required when your system is connected to a NMEA0813 or 1:1 Synchro Heading Gyro Compass output.

5

ACU Operation

Installation Select the Gyro Type as below; - NONE - NMEA - SYNCHRO 1:1 - SYNCHRO 36:1 - SYNCHRO 90:1 - SYNCHRO 360:1 - GROUND TEST

HEADING 000.0

BOW ADJUST 000

GYRO TYPE NMEA

MODEM PORT ETHERNET

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

Input the difference between antenna’s bo Select the Modem Port as below; - ETHERNET w and ship’s bow. Variations from actual alignment can be co mpensated by using BOW ADJUST param eter.

- RS422 - RS232

Installation

13V+0KHz 10000MHz

18V+0KHZ 11300MHz

M R F

OK

13V+22KHz 11300MHz

18V+22KHz 09750MHz

M R F

OK

Select the LNB local frequency for the corresponded LNB voltage power - 13V+0KHz - 18V+0KHz - 13V+22KHz - 13V+22KHz

6

ACU Operation

Installation

LOAD ? → YES

NO

LOADING . . . ●●●○○○○○○○○○○○○ DO NOT TURN OFF !



TRACKING 113.0E KOREA_5 SIG:301 ● VL ▶ AZ:202.7( 202.7) EL: 48.3 SK:-72.0 Fn

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

Select “YES” to load the user-defined information. Do not turn off the ACU or antenna power switch while the system is loading the system information.

Manual Search

! 

Enter Setup Mode / Antenna Menu / Manual Search Menu

to find out the optimal signal level by adjusting antenna angles manually. →+ANTENNA +SYSTEM

+SATELLITE +INSTALLATION

Antenna Control Unit



→+MANUAL

SEARCH +SEARCH PARAM

+SET SKEW +SET PARAMETERS



Antenna Control Unit

STEP SIZE AZIMUTH # 00.2 # ◀ 231.7▶

ELEVATION AGC ▲ 48.3 ▼ 301 Fn

Antenna Control Unit

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

Adjust azimuth and elevation angles. Press Function key to save the settings once the maximum AGC/ SIG signal level i s founded.

7

ACU Operation

Antenna

Antenna LNB Skew Angle

! 

Enter Setup Mode / Antenna Menu / Set Skew Menu to calibrate or adjust LNB skew angle manually. ◀

+MANUAL SEARCH +SEARCH PARAM

→+SET SKEW ▶ +SET PARAMETERS

SELECT SKEW TYPE CALIBRATION





SKEW 20 ▼

SIGNAL: 180



M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

Select Skew Type: “Calibration” or “ Manual” Calibrate LNB skew angle once the control board, skew potentiometer or belt is replaced.

8

ACU Operation

Search Parameter ! 

Enter Setup Mode / Antenna Menu / Search Param Menu to defined the search range. →+ANTENNA +SYSTEM

+SATELLITE +INSTALLATION

Antenna Control Unit



+MANUAL SEARCH →+SEARCH PARAM

+SET SKEW ▶ +SET PARAMETERS

Antenna Control Unit

SEARCH WAIT TIME ▲ 030 ▼

INCREMENT STEP 0.80

Antenna Control Unit

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

To define the time-out for automatic initiation of a search after the signal level drop s below the pre-defined threshold value. (Range : 1 - 120 second)

Search Parameter



SEARCH1 AZ 400 ▼

SEARCH1 EL 06

Antenna Control Unit



SEARCH3 AZ 003 ▼ Antenna Control Unit

SEARCH3 EL 04

M R F

M R F

OK

SEARCH 2 is reserved for future use. OK

A search pattern 1 or 3 will be initiated according to which GYRO TYPE is sel ected and the existence of the gyro input. Search is conducted in a two-axis pattern consisting of alternate movements in azimuth (AZ) and elevation (EL) as a forming expanding square. A search pattern will automatically be initiated when AGC/SIG falls below the current threshold setting (indicates that satellite signal has been lost). - Search 1 : a search pattern 1 will automatically be initiated when AGC / SIG falls below the curren t detect level threshold value. - Search 3: a search pattern 3 will automatically be initiated when AGC / SIG falls below the curren t tracking level threshold value.

9

ACU Operation

Search Parameter Search 3 Pattern

Azimuth (AZ) Range Peak Level Tracking Level Elevation (EL)Range

Detect Level Noise Level Search 1 Pattern



These parameters should only be changed by an authorized service technician. Improper setting of these parameters will cause your system to perform improperly.

Set Parameter ! 

Enter Setup Mode / Antenna Menu / Set Parameters Menu to defined the antenna pa rameters. →+ANTENNA +SYSTEM

+SATELLITE +INSTALLATION

Antenna Control Unit

+MANUAL SEARCH +SEARCH PARAM

+SET SKEW →+SET PARAMETERS

Antenna Control Unit

ENTER PASSWORD - - - Antenna Control Unit

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

(Password: 1590)

Access to the password protected system. Setup parameters is only required after installation or repairs of your antenna system. These parameters should only be changed by an authorized service technician. Improper setting of these parameters will cause your system to perform improperly.

10

ACU Operation

Set Parameter



DETECT LEVEL 040

DETECT NBD LEVEL 040

TRACKING LEVEL 020

TRACKING NBD 020

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

To define the threshold value of the signal detecting level and tracking level. - Detect Level and Tracking Level should be defined when choose DVB on tracking signal. - Detect NBD Level and Tracking NBD should be defined when choose NBD (SCPC) on tracking signal.

Peak Level Tracking Level

TRACKING LEVEL/ TRACKING NBD LEVEL

Detect Level DETECT LEVEL/ DETECT NBD LEVEL Noise Level

Set Parameter

To offset the angle difference between the mechanical elevation angle and actual elevation angle. (Range : 0 - 360°) BOW ADJUST ▲ 000 ▼

EL.ADJUST +0.0

M R F

OK

Antenna Control Unit

To offset the angle difference between the antenna’s bow and the ship’s bow. (Range : ± 5° ) IDLE MODE OFF

REBOOT ANTENNA NO

M R F

OK

Ext. lock active is referred that modem lock output from the modem provides a logic input via a voltage to the ACU to identify when it is on the correct satellite. This setting can be varied from modem to modem. (Refer to the modem manual for details.)

11

ACU Operation

Set Parameter The rate sensor bias is to calibrate DC voltage output from the three rate sensors used to sense antenna motion in azimuth, elevation and cross-level axes.

The tilt bias is required to reset once the antenna control board, skew potentiomete r or belt is replaced. Check to see if the bubble is in the center of the circular bub ble level vial by adjust elevation and cross-level angles.

+RATE SENSOR BIAS

STEP SIZE # 0.2 #

+TILT BIAS

ELEVATION ▲ 00.0 ▼

CROSS LEVEL ◀ 01.0 ▶

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

Bubble Level Vial

Set Block Zones ! 

Enter Setup Mode / Antenna Menu / Block Zone Menu



→+ANTENNA +SYSTEM

+SATELLITE +INSTALLATION

→+BLOCK ZONE

+DIAGONOSIS



ZONE 1 BLOCK ON



→AZ.1 START 000

AZ.1 END 000

EL.1 LIMIT ▶ 90

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

Up to 5 block zones is allowed to be programmed with relative azimuth and elevation sectors. AZ.1 Start and AZ.1 End : This is the clockwise of the tow points. AZ.1 Start is where the relati ve azimuth starts and AZ.1 End is where the relative azimuth ends.

12

ACU Operation

Perform Antenna Diagnosis ! 

Enter Setup Mode / Antenna Menu / Diagnosis Menu →+ANTENNA +SYSTEM



+BLOCK ZONE

+SATELLITE +INSTALLATION

→+DIAGONOSIS



DIAGNOSIS FULL TEST

FULL TEST ________________

DIAGNOSIS FULL TEST

FULL TESTING

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

To choose either “Full Test” or “Single Test”.

Perform Antenna Diagnosis DIAGNOSIS CODE 101

COMMUNICATION RESULT : PASSED

M R F

OK

Diagnosis Code : CODE 101 : The data communication between the antenna and the ACU is tested. CODE 102 : The azimuth motor is tested. CODE 103 : The elevation motor is tested. CODE 104 : The cross-level motor is tested. CODE 105 : The azimuth encoder is tested. CODE 106 : The cross-level encoder is tested. CODE 107 : The gyro sensor is tested. CODE 108 : The tilt sensor is tested. CODE 109 : The sensor box motor is tested. CODE 110 : The LNB is tested . CODE 111 : The LNB skew motor is tested. CODE 112 : The sub-reflector is tested. CODE 113 : The antenna power is tested. CODE 114 : The ACU power is tested. CODE 115 : The receiver power is tested.

(Example of Test Result : ●2●●●●●●●●●-●●-) ● – ? 2

Test means passed. Test means skipped. (112 and 115 will only be applied to Intellian TVRO antenna systems) Test means under process. Refer to diagnosis code 102 as shown above for occurred error explanation.

13

ACU Operation

Satellite

Load Satellite ! 

Enter Setup Mode / Satellite Menu/ Load Sat. Menu to select the desired satellite as the target satellite for tracking. +ANTENNA +SYSTEM

→+SATELLITE +INSTALLATION

→+LOAD SAT. +ADD SAT.



[1]

+EDIT SAT. +CHECK NID

LOAD SATELLITE KOREA_5 113.00E



LOAD ? → YES

NO

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

Press Up and Down arrow keys to select the desired satellite.

14

ACU Operation

Edit Satellite ! 

Enter Setup Mode / Satellite Menu/ Edit Sat. Menu to edit satellite parameters.

+ANTENNA +SYSTEM

→+SATELLITE +INSTALLATION

M R F

OK

+LOAD SAT. +ADD SAT.

→+EDIT SAT. +CHECK NID

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK



[1]

EDIT SATELLITE KOREA_CS 113.00E

LONGITUDE 113.00E



EDIT NAME KOREA_5

Edit Satellite DVB Verify will be only activated and applied when select DVB on tracking signal. -

AGC : use signal level for satellite tracking DVB Lock : use DVB Lock for satellite tracking DVB Decode : use DVB Decode for satellite tracking DSS Decode : use DSS Decode for satellite tracking

DVB VERIFY DVB DECODE

SKEW OFFSET +0.0

M R F

OK

SELECT LOCAL ▲ 11300MHz ▼

TRACKING SIGNAL NBD

M R F

OK

M R F

OK



RX POL VERT.



TX POL HORI.

To select the polarity for both RX and TX pol. To select “NBD” or “DVB” on tracking signal

15

ACU Operation

Edit Satellite

DVB Frequency, Symbol Rate and NID (Network ID) will only be activated when select DVB on tracking signal. NID: range is from 0x0000- 0xFFFF (HEX)

DVB FREQ. ▲ 11747MHz ▼

SYMBOL 21300KHz

NBD FREQ. ▲ 01070.000MHz ▼

NID 0x00AD

BANDWIDTH 01.000MHz

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

NBD Frequency and Bandwidth will only be activated when select NBD on tracking signal. NBD frequency is IF frequency = RF – LO ( Local oscillator frequency of LNB)

Add Satellite ! 

Enter Setup Mode / Satellite Menu/Add Sat. Menu to add the desired sat ellite as the target satellite for tracking. +ANTENNA +SYSTEM

+LOAD SAT. →+ADD SAT.



→LONGITUDE 116.00E

→+SATELLITE +INSTALLATION

+EDIT SAT. +CHECK NID

EDIT NAME KOREA_CS



M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

Input the targeted satellite orbit position (longitude) and name.

16

ACU Operation

Add Satellite ! 

To select DVB verification method as below for the targeted satellite; - AGC: - DVB Only: - DVB Decode:



Frequency (O), Symbol Rate (X), NID (X) Frequency (O), Symbol Rate (O), NID (X) Frequency (O), Symbol Rate (O), NID (O)

DVB VERIFY DVB DECODE

SKEW OFFSET +12.0

M R F

OK

TRACKING SIGNAL NBD

M R F

OK



Antenna Control Unit

SELECT LOCAL ▲ 10000MHz ▼ Antenna Control Unit

Select LNB local frequency

Select tracking signal between DVB and NBD

Add Satellite



RX POL VERT.

TX POL HORI.



Antenna Control Unit

M R F

OK

To select the polarity for both RX (Receive) and TX (Transmit) signal. DVB FREQ. ▲ 11747MHz ▼

SYMBOL 21300KHz

NID 0x00AD

Antenna Control Unit

NBD FREQ. ▲ 01070.000MHz ▼ Antenna Control Unit

BANDWIDTH 01.000MHz

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

It is required to input DVB frequency, symbol rate and NID if select DVB on tracking signal. (Symbol rate range: up to 45,000; NID range : 0x0000 – 0xFFFF) It is required to input NBD frequency and bandwidth if select NBD on tracking signal. NBD frequency is IF frequency= RF- LO

17

ACU Operation

Check NID ! 

To verify the NID (Network ID) of the current tracking transponder. +ANTENNA +SYSTEM

+LOAD SAT. +ADD SAT.

[CHECK NID] PRESS OK

→+SATELLITE +INSTALLATION

+EDIT SAT. → + CHECK NID

F:12490 S:27490 0x00AD RECEIVED NID[0x0000]

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

PRESS OK” function will only be activated when DVB Lock signal is confirmed by the an tenna. However, “NO LOCK” message will be displayed if DVB Lock signal can’t be confirmed.

System

18

ACU Operation

Set Local ! 

Enter Setup Mode / System Menu/ Set Local Menu to setup the LNB local frequency for the corresponded LNB voltage power.





+ANTENNA →+SYSTEM

+SATELLITE +INSTALLATION

M R F

OK

→+SET LOCAL +MODEM PORT

+SET LOCATION ▶ +BACKUP & RESTORE

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

→13V + 0KHz 10000MHz

13V + 22KHz 10750MHz

18V + 0KHz 11300MHz



18V + 22KHz ▲ 09750MHz ▼

LNB voltage power as below; 13V, 18V, 13V+22KHz (tone) ,18V+22KHz (tone)

Set Location ! 

Enter Setup Mode / System Menu/ Set Location Menu to setup the current position, ship’s heading and Gyro type. +ANTENNA →+SYSTEM



+SATELLITE +INSTALLATION

M R F

OK

+SET LOCAL +MODEM PORT

→+SET LOCATION ▶ +BACKUP & RESTORE

M R F

OK

→ LATITUDE 37.00N

LONGITUDE 126.50E

M R F

OK

Set the current LATITUDE and LONGITUDE

19

ACU Operation

Set Location Entry of ships heading is not required when your system is connected to a NMEA0813 or 1:1 Synchro Heading Gyro Compass output GYRO TYPE NMEA

M R F

HEADING 000.0

No Device

OK

NMEA/Synchro Ground Test

With heading

Search 1

Search 3

Search 3

Without heading

Search 1

Search 1

Search 3

To select the gyro type as below; - None - NMEA - Synchro - Ground Test

Set Modem Port ! 

Enter Setup Mode / System Menu/ Modem Port Menu to select a proper communicati on port and protocol on the ACU to interface with the satellite modem.



+ANTENNA →+SYSTEM

+SATELLITE +INSTALLATION

M R F

OK

+SET LOCAL →+MODEM PORT

+SET LOCATION ▶ +BACKUP & RESTORE

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

USE MEDIATOR YES

MODEM PORT ETHERNET

Modem port interface:

Protocol:

-Ethernet -RS422 -RS232

-I/O Console -Open AMIP ( iDirect Modem)

USE MEDIATOR is to enable the usage of MEDIATOR if the antenna is connected t o the Intellian dual VSAT Mediator. Note:

20

ACU Operation

Set Modem Port

PROTOCOL I/O CONSOLE

GPS OUT SENTENCE GPGLL

M R F

Protocol:

GPS Out Sentence

- I/O Console - Open AMIP ( iDirect Modem) - Serial GPS

- GPGLL - GPGGA - SIMPLE GPGGA

OK

•  I/O CONSOLE : a protocol for interchanging of information (GPS Out, TX mute, and modem loc k) between the ACU ( through Console port) and a modem. •  OPEN AMIP: an ASCII based protocol developed by iDirect for interchanging of information bet ween the ACU and a modem. OpenAMIP is not intended for any purpose except to allow the A CU and a modem to perform synchronized automatic beam switching (ABS). •  SERIAL GPS: a protocol for sending GPS Out information from the ACU ( through RS232/422 port) to a modem.

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Set Modem Port Use External Lock, External Lock Active and TX Mute Active menu will only be activate d when select protocol as I/O Console. External lock active is referred that modem lo ck output from the modem provides a logic input via a voltage to the ACU to identify w hen it is on the correct satellite. This setting can be varied from modem to modem. (Re fer to the modem manual for details.)

USE TX MUTE YES

EXT. LOCK ACTIVE LOW

USE EXT. LOCK YES

M R F

OK

TX MUTE ACTIVE LOW

M R F

OK

A transmit inhibit out put from the ACU will disable/ mute the modem transmit via a voltage whenever the antenna is blocked, searching, or is mis-pointed 0.5 degrees from peak satellite position. This setting can be varied from modem to modem. (Refer to the modem manual for details.)

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Backup & Restore ! 

Enter Setup Mode / System Menu/ Backup & Restore to backup or restore system settings. +ANTENNA →+SYSTEM



+SET LOCAL +MODEM PORT

+SATELLITE +INSTALLATION

+SET LOCATION ▶ →+BACKUP & RESTORE

DEFAULT PROCESS TYPE LOAD DEFAULT

LOAD DEFAUTL SETTING

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

To select the Default process type as below; - Load Default : To restore the antenna back to factory default settings. - Backup User Data : To backup the antenna settings set by user. - Restore User Data : To restore the antenna by using the backup user data.

View Version ! 

Enter Setup Mode / System Menu/ View Version Menu to check current firmware version and serial number, for antenna and control unit as well as library versi on. +ANTENNA →+SYSTEM

+SATELLITE +INSTALLATION

Antenna Control Unit



→+VIEW VERSION



Antenna Control Unit

[VER.] ANT: 1.00 ACU: 1.00 – Antenna Control Unit

1.00 1.00

LIB: 1.00 – 1.00

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

M R F

OK

ANT : ver 1.00 (PCU), ver 1.00 (STABILIZER) ACU : ver 1.00 (ACU_MAIN), ver 1.00 (ACU_MODEM), .

ver 1.00 (ACU_GYRO)

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ACU Operation

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VSAT PC Program

PC Program Operation v60 Technical Training

Table of Contents !  !  !  ! 

! 

Intellian PC Controller Program Operation Flow Chart Initial Data Connection Setup Main Menu and Controller Menus •  Configuration File vs. Backup File •  Position and Manual Search •  Tracking Information of Satellite •  Tracking Information of Library •  Version, Tracking Parameter and Block Zone •  Diagnosis, Search Parameter and Sensor Adjust Setup ACU IP Address

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Intellian PC Controller Program !  Connect via USB / Serial cable/ Ethernet Cable between ACU and Laptop. !  Execute Intellian PC Controller Program Icon (User version/ Engineer versio n).

Intellian PC Controller Program Icon

Intellian PC Controller Program !  Intellian PC Controller Program is the interface to ACU !  9 Controller Menus are included (Engineer Version)

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Operation Flow Chart The Your cust omizedsatellite sat ellit e library customize library is is loaded t he ant pre-loaded into eachat antenna priorenna to shipping before t he shipping

Power on t he ACU

The ant enna is init ialized at EL/CL pot ions. The ant enna is init ialized at AZ pot ions. The ant enna is init ialized at default sat ellit e posit ion.

Does t he ant enna find t he peak level?

Yes

No

Push t he Funct ion Key

Ent er t he SETUP mode

Save t he Sat ellit e Informat ion Ent er t he Ant enna menu Ent er t he SETUP mode Ent er t he M anual Search menu Ent er t he SYSTEM menu Find t he peak level

Ent er t he Backup & Rest ore menu Push t he Funct ion Key Backup t he current st at us Save t he Sat ellit e Informat ion

End t he Inst allat ion

Initial Data Connection Setup !  Setup data connection between ACU / ANT, modem and PC/laptop. !  Setup modem interface Data Communication Statu s Baud Rate Setting Serial Port Selection Serial Connection Connect / Disconnect Button Modem Communication Type Selection (RS 232, RS422, Ethernet)

IP Address Port Number Connect/Disconnect Network Button Select serial for USB or Serial Cable, Netw ork for Ethernet Protocol for GPS to modem

TX Mute: A transmit inhibit output from the ACU will disable/mute the modem transmit .

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Main Menu

Controller Menu

Monitoring Antenna Current Status Display Signal Level ( Tuner or NBD)

Displays Modem and Antenna Status for TX Enable

Antenna/ACU Model and Firmware Version

Configuration File vs Backup File !  Configuration file • 

File format: xxxxxx.cfg

• 

Contains the antenna basic parameter settings (i.e., Motor control gain, conical range, search p arameter etc.)

!  Backup file • 

File format: xxxxxx.rpt (Readable text file)

• 

File format: xxxxxx.ibf ( Real file for restoring the antenna)

• 

Contains all parameters for a specific antenna ‒  Motor control gains ‒  Tracking frequency information ‒  Sensor parameters : Rate sensor offset, tilt sensor offset ‒  Installation parameters : Bow offset

Note: Each antenna will generate two unique backup files. The backup file should be stored on the ACU and on the company network / personal PC/laptop. (Recommendation: use ante nna serial number for file name )

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Configuration File !  Click “Load Param” button to Open the Configuration File

Configuration File !  The basic parameter settings are displayed prior to the upload. !  Modify the settings based on your application.

Upload control gains for AZ

Upload all parameters

Upload control gains for all axis

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Configuration File !  Back up the antenna parameters and settings to the ACU and PC.

•  V Series Information Back Up v610030012.ibf : backup file for restore •  V Series Information Back Up v610030012.rpt : readable backup file

Backup File !  What information is contained in the backup file? •  Firmware version and serial no. •  Satellite information : tracking frequency, polarization, etc •  Antenna information ‒  GPS, heading ‒  LNB information ‒  Search parameters ‒  Rate sensor bias ‒  Tile sensor bias Each antenna has different values. ‒  Elevation adjust ‒  Installation adjustments : bow offset ‒  Motor control gains •  ACU information

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Position & Manual Search

Bow offset will offset the difference between th e antenna’s bow marker, and exact position of the ship’s bow. Displays the current GPS position and the Ship ’s heading. Check “Edit GPS” to edit GPS infor mation and press “Set GPS” button LNB skew information Skew control sensor calibration

Manually move the antenna azimuth and elevation p osition and LNB skew angle preciously by degrees or fractions of degrees by setting the value in this box. The current antenna absolute AZ and EL position an d relative AZ and LNB skew angle. The absolute azi muth position of the antenna is the sum of ships hea ding and antenna relative position.. Set the ship’s heading device here, or s et up the antenna for Ground Test

Check Internal GPS

If the internal GPS is working the blue dot will flash. If the internal GPS is not working check the Edit GPS check box to edit GPS manually and press Set GPS button.

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Check Heading Device Input

If the heading is working the green dot will flash. If the heading is not working check Edit Heading check box t o edit heading manually and press Set Heading button.

Set gyro type and its baud rate.

Connect the cable to DN port and go to Monitor for Engineer menu and press DEBUG button to check NMEA heading se ntence. Example : xx HDT (4800 Baud, 8, N,1)

Use Hyperterminal Tera Term to check NEMA heading se ntence. Example : xx HDT (4800 Baud, 8, N,1)

Heading Device Options !  Heading device options •  NONE •  NMEA •  NMEA 2000 •  GROUND TEST

No Device

NMEA/ NMEA 2000

Ground Test

With heading

Search 1

Search 3

Search 3

Without heading

Search 1

Search 1

Search 3

Search 1: Antenna will search the target satellite based on GPS location and move its azimuth angle until and lock onto the satellite signal until the antenna receives a lock signal from the mod em or the DVB transponder is decoded. Search 3: Antenna will target satellite precisely based on the calculated heading.

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With Heading Device !  Satellite searching based on heading input Sensor Initialize EL Initialize CL Initialize AZ Initialize Searching 3 Tracking

Without Heading Device !  Gyro-Free satellite search function will be activated to prevent th e signal loss. •  Satellite identification is made thru DVB decode or RX lock from the modem.

!  Utilize DVB transponder to reduced installation time •  Select a reference satellite with a DVB transponder from the library (Intelsat9, G19…) •  After the reference satellite is acquired, automatic calculation of BO W offset can be done.

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Without Heading Device !  Gyro-free satellite searching Sensor Initialize EL Initialize CL Initialize AZ Initialize Searching 1 Searching 3 Tracking

Pol Sensor Calibration

!  When the pol control module is replaced, the sensor must be calibrated.

LNB Pol angle control module

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Tracking Information of Satellite Satellite name, orbit position (longitude) and satellite skew offset Displays current LNB local frequency and supplied LNB power

DVB Tracking Frequency

$

Set RX/TX polarity a nd signal detectio n type

NBD Tracking Frequency

" #

LNB Local Frequency

1. Base Local : Displays the local oscillator frequency of NBD RX 2. Local Frequency : Select the LNB type. Multi band LNB are preprogrammed.

3. While in “Setup mode”, check the “Edit Enable” box to set the desired value for each parameter you wish to edit. After the changes are made, click “Edit Satellite Information” button to save the current setting.

DVB Transponder Selection !  Choose transponder with symbol rate over 10,000 Name of Program Provider

Frequency : 10744 H: Horizontally Polarized Transponder#: 51

DVB Encryption

Symbol Rate : 22000 > 10,000

Beam: 1KR NID : 0X 0001 Calculated using HEX Example: 44 => NID= 0X002C

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LNB Setting !  SMW R type

!  NJRC Dual Band : NJRC 2843S

!  NJRC Single Band : NJRC 2843S

Tracking Information of Library

A roll down list of all satellites i n the currently loaded library

Satellite Name, Longitude and LN B Skew Offset Set LNB local frequency by selecti ng corresponding voltage power DVB Signal Tracking Mode : Set Frequency, Symbol rate ,NID and Verify Type for the satellite th at you wish to track. Select polarity for RX and TX and Signal Detector fo r Tracking

NBD Signal Tracking Mode : Set L band frequency and Bandw idth for the satellite that you wish t o track.

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Tracking Information of Library

Sat info on ANT

AMC6_H sat name longitude local freq. tracking freq

Library on ACU TEL11_H TEL14_V GLX19_V AMC6_H Antenna Control Unit (ACU)

AMC6_V

Tracking Information of Library " !

" $

!

# # $ %

xxx.lib

%

1. Get Data From ACU : Retrieves data from the ACU, displays it on the PC 2. Load Satellite : Loads selected data to antenna from ACU 3. Open Library From PC : Opens a stored library file on the PC. 4. Upload Library to ACU : Uploads the opened library file into ACU. 5. Save Library to PC : Saves the current library file from the ACU, to the PC.

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Tracking Information of Library !  Add a satellite

#

!

"

Tracking Information of Library !  Save a library file (*.ilf) to PC

!  Open a library file (*.ilf) to PC

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Tracking Information of Library !  Upload library file to ACU

Check NID !  Add a satellite While the system is staying on lock (blue dot), press S etup button and Press “NID” button to obtain the NID or Press Debug button to check whether or not the current NID is correct.

Wrong Sat info will show i f the NID is incorrect.

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Version, Tracking Parameter & Block Zone

Setup DVB(Tuner) dete ct and tracking threshol d Setup NBD detect and tracking threshol d

Voltage on ACU and Antenna

Block Zone Setting

Product Information with serial number Antenna and ACU firmware and library version.

Diagnostic Test

!  Diagnostic Test Result : PASS : FAIL : UNDER PROCESS

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Real Time Diagnostic Function !  Real time diagnostic function •  Error message will show automatically on ACU or PC.

Conical Scanning !  Conical Scanning •  The antenna is continuously comparing the signal in a circular pattern, to find and stay on the peak.

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Set Conical Range !  The relative force of controlling AZ and EL motors Standard value is [17 15] ± 1

" !

$

#

Check EL Adjust !  While the antenna is on tracking mode, enter Setup mode to see if there is any difference on the graph. If so, EL Adjust requires to be modified.

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Check EL Adjust !  The stability of EL / CL has to be within 20 (0.2°) EL/ CL 4 / 3 = 0.04 °/ 0.03°

Sensor Adjustment !  When is sensor adjustment needed? •  After replacing a control board or sensor box. •  When the EL or CL is not within the proper range. ‒  3 Rate Sensors ‒  2 Tilt Sensor

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Antenna Balance Check Enter Setup mode and then enter Idle mode Move EL axis to 0°,45°,90° manually to check the balance Move CL axis to 45° manually to check the balance Add weight balance blocks at strategic locations to keep antenna from fallin g forward/ backward or side to side !  Press “Restart” button to reboot the system !  !  !  ! 

Weight Balance Block

Check Tilt Sensor Bias 1. Check EL Tilt Sensor Check “EL” radio button and press “Ready” button to adjust EL tilt sensor by pressing Up and Down arrow key until the bubble is located in the center. 2. Check CL Tilt Sensor Check “CL” radio button and press “Ready” button to adjust CL tilt sensor by pressing Up and Down arrow key until the bubble is located in the center. 3. Press Restart button to reboot the antenna.

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Check Rate Sensor !  If the difference is over 25 the rate sensor needs to be calibrated at condition of no movement from the ship. •  Setup mode % Idle mode % Move bubble to center manually and press Bias Check button in Sensor Adjust Menu OR press Rate Sensor Bias Check button in Monitor for Engineer Menu (Shows blue dot when complete.)

Utilize Debug File !  Save a debug file •  Save and send to Intellian for troubleshooting.

Debug ON

Save as File

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Utilize Graphic File !  How to read and save a graphic file •  Select AZ_RELATIVE and EL_GRAPH •  Set “Span” to 8 •  While the antenna is in tracking mode, the displayed graph should be equal and ha ve corresponding AZ and EL angles. If not, the bias needs to be readjusted.

Save as File

Replace Main Control Board !  Before replacement •  Backup the antenna settings before replacing the control board.

!  After replacement •  Check control board firmware version. •  Follow the backup file, reset the parameter settings. (EL bias, conical range etc) •  Check the parameters settings before uploading them to the control board.

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Setup ACU IP Address

LAN Computer Connect the LAN cable (Cross LAN/ Direct LAN) from the Ethernet connector on the ACU to the Ethernet connector on the computer.

Intellian V-series Antenna Control Unit

Setup ACU IP Address

!  Open Internet browser and type i n the ACU’s IP default address in the address bar. •  Primary: 192.168.0.223 •  Secondary: 10.10.1.1

!  Login by using the below usernam e and password. •  Username: intellian •  Password: 12345678

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Setup ACU IP Address !  The reserved IP address of the Ethern et module is 10.10.1.1 !  Configure PC settings as below to access the Ethernet module. !  IP address : 10.10.1.2 !  Subnet mask : 255.255.255.0 !  Default gate way : 10.10.1.1

Setup ACU IP Address !  Enter “Network Settings” page to modify the settings as below and click on “Submit” button. !  IP Address: Default (192.168.0.223) !  Subnet Mask: Default (255.255.255.0) !  Gateway: Default (192.168.0.254) !  Enter “Save & Reboot” page and click on “Save & Reboot” button to restart the system.

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Firmware Update

Firmware Update

v

60 Technical Training

Table of Contents !  ! 

System Firmware Upgrade System Firmware

1

Firmware Update

System Firmware

PCU

ACU

STAB

LIB

GYRO

MODEM

2 CPU on Antenna 3 CPU on ACU 1 Memory on ACU Antenna Control Unit (ACU)

System Firmware !  Use the Intellian supplied SatUploader Program •  To install firmware onto the system, you must install a USB driver first. The five fir mware files can be updated in any order. Do not mix files from a previous release, with new files. The firmware categories of Intellian v-series are below; !  Firmware of Antenna Control Unit •  ACU Main MPU (Main processor Unit) : File Format : ACU_xx_xx_MAIN_xx.fw •  ACU Gyro : File Format : ACU_xx_xx_GYRO_xx.fw •  ACU Modem : File Format :ACU_xx_xx_MODEM_xx.fw !  Firmware of Antenna Unit •  Antenna PCU (Pedestal Control Unit) : File Format :CTR_xx_xx_PCU_xx.fw •  Antenna Stab (Stabilizer) : File Format : CTR_xx_xx_STAB_xx.fw !  Satellite Library File •  Library : File Format : VSeries_Intellian Library_xx_xx.ilf

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Firmware Update

Upgrade System Firmware !  To upgrade the ACU Main MPU Firmware RF Cable Connect RFcable from the antenna base to ANTENNA RX connector o n the rear of ACU. Antenna

Antenna Control Unit (ACU)

Laptop/ Computer USB Cable Connect USB cable from "PC" USB connector on the front panel of A CU to the USB connector on your Laptop/ PC.

Upgrade System Firmware !  Check which COM port you use !  Enter Control Panel/ System/ System properties/Device Manager

Execute SatUploader 5.9.exe to upload firmware.

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Upgrade System Firmware ②







Target Icon

① Check Windows Device Manager to see which COM port you are using and select it.



② Ensure CONNECT check box is checked.

In order to upload firmware onto ACU Main MPU, ③ Select USB Port as PC Port.

⑥ ④

④ Select Target File as Firmware. ⑤ Click Target Icon until it shows "0". ⑥ Again, double check to see if Target shows ACU Main.





S/W ON

Turn on ACU S/W (switch) to power up the ACU.





Power Cable

Upgrade System Firmware After turning ACU power on, ① ① Ensure CONNECT blue dot is displayed. ② Click "TARGET FILE" button once it is activated.











To find a correct firmware file that you wish to upload in the file fo lder.



File Format : ACU_xx_xx_Main_xx.fw (Example : ACU_VP_T1XX_MAIN_1.04.fw)

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Firmware Update

Upgrade System Firmware

Click "UPLOAD" button once it is activated.





S/W OFF

Turn off ACU S/W (switch) once the firmware is completely uploa ded.



Power Cable

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Replacement Instruction v60 Technical Training

Table of Contents !  !  !  ! 

Antenna Control Module Antenna Control Unit (ACU) Miscellaneous

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Antenna

Parts List ! 

Antenna

•  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  • 

BUC LNB Feed Assembly LNB Pol Angle Control Assembly Azimuth Drive Motor & Belt Cross Level Motor & Belt Elevation Drive Motor & Belt Slip Ring & Rotary Joint Assembly Home Sensor

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BUC

Tools for replacement •  Needle-nose Pliers •  Monkey Spanner/ Wrench •  4 mm Allen key •  8 mm Spanner

BUC

1. Using a needle-nose pliers and Monkey span ner, disconnect BUC power cable and modem TX cable, respectively from the BUC.

3. Using a 4mm Allen key, remove 8 bolts ( 4 on each side of the BUC bracket) that mount the BUC to the BUC bracket.

2. Using an 8mm spanner, disconnect the microwave cable from the BUC.

4. Remove the BUC completely.

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LNB

Tools for replacement • 

3mm Allen key

• 

11mm Spanner / Wrench

LNB

1.  Using an 11mm spanner, disconnect t he microwave cable from the LNB.

Note: Use the O-ring supplied with the LNB together.

2. Using a 3mm Allen key, remove 4 bolts that secure the LNB to the Low Pass Filter (LPF).

Note: When installing the LNB, ensure that the holes on the LNB must be aligned perfectly on the top of the holes on the LPF .

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Feed Assembly

Tools for replacement • 

Cross Screwdriver

Feed Assembly

1.Using a cross screwdriver, remove 4 bolts that secure the feed assembly to the O-ring on the main reflector.

Note: Don’t remove the bolts on the main reflector.

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LNB Pol Angle Control Assembly

Tools for replacement • 

3mm Allen key

• 

11mm Spanner/ Wrench

• 

8mm Spanner / Wrench

• 

Nipper

• 

Cross Screwdriver

LNB Pol Angle Control Assembly

1. Using a nipper, cut the tie wraps securing the micro 3. Using a 3mm Allen key, remove 4 blot wave cable. s that mount LNB pol angle control asse mbly to the main dish. 2. Using an 11mm spanner, disconnect the LNB cable from the LNB. Using a 8mm spanner, discount the microwave cable from the OMT. 4. Remove the feed assembly (refer to the feed as sembly replacement page) 5. Using a cross screwdriver, remove 4 bolts that mount the LNB pol angle control assembly to th e main reflector. 6. Remove the LNB pol angle control assembly co mpletely.

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LNB Pol Angle Control Assembly

Reinstall the LNB pol angle control assembly. Ensure the “dot” marker on the pulley should be positioned behind he center of the feed assembly.

Final step, using a cross screwdriver, fasten the bolts to secure the feed assembly.

Azimuth Drive Motor & Belt

Tools for replacement • 

4mm Allen Key

• 

2mm Allen Key

• 

Minus & Cross Screwdriver

• 

1t (1mm) X 3 Weight Balanc e Blocks

Azimuth Belt Azimuth Encoder

Azimuth Motor

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Azimuth Drive Motor & Belt

1. Using a cross screwdriver, remove the bolt on the cable clamp that secure the azimuth motor cable to the brac ket of the azimuth motor. .

2. Using a 4mm Allen key, remove 4 bolts that secure t he bracket of the azimuth motor to the pedestal.

3. Using a minus screwdriver, disconnect the azimuth motor cable and azimuth encoder cable from the mai n control unit.

Azimuth Drive Motor & Belt

Note 1. The flat surface of the axis of the motor should be position to the hole on the pulle y.

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Azimuth Drive Motor & Belt

3mm

1mm

Note 2. Insert an 1t weight balance block between azimuth motor and the pulley. Using a 2mm Allen key, secure the bolt on the pulley. Insert three 1t weight balance blocks between azimuth encoder and pulley. Using a 2mm Allen key, secure the bolt on the pulley.

1t Weight balance block

Azimuth Drive Motor & Belt

Note 3. The azimuth belt tension is 30~45N and the belt Tension between azimuth motor and encoder is 15~35N. The belt tension can be adjusted through the position of the blot on the bracket of the azimuth encoder.

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Cross Level Motor & Belt

Tools for replacement

Cross Level Motor

• 

2mm Allen key

• 

4mm Allen key

• 

11mm Spanner

• 

Nipper

• 

Minus Driver

• 

1t (1mm) X 3 Weight Balanc e Blocks

Cross Level Motor Belt

Cross Level Motor & Belt

1. Remove the cable clamp. 3. Using a 4mm Allen key, remove 2 b olts that mount the cross-level motor 2. Using a minus screwdriver disconnect the cross-level motor cable and cross-level encoder cable from the mai & encoder bracket to the pedestal. n control unit.

4. Using a nipper, cut the tie wraps securing the cro ss level motor belt.

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Cross Level Motor & Belt

Note 2. The cross-level belt tension (20~30N) and the belt tension (15~35N) between cross-level motor and encoder can be adjusted through the position of the blot on the bracket of the cross-level motor& encoder. Note 3. Insert an 1t weight balance block between cross-level motor and the pulley. Using a 2mm Allen key, secure the bolt on the pulley.

Note1. Follow the above photo, move the antenna to the same position and insert a cross-level belt.

Insert three 1t weight balance blocks between cross-level encoder and the pulley. Using a 2mm Allen key, secure the bolt on the pulley.

Elevation Motor & Belt

Tools for replacement • 

4mm Allen key

• 

11mm Spanner/ Wrench

• 

Nipper

• 

Cross/ Negative Screwdriver

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Elevation Motor & Belt

1. Remove the cable clamp. 2. Using a minus screwdriver, disconnect the cabl e from the NDB Unit.

3. Using 4mm Allen key, remove the 4 bolts that mouth the elevation motor to the elevation arm.

4. Using a nipper, cut the tie wrap that tight the elevation motor belt to the pulley. The ele vation belt can be replaced u sing the supplied spare belts on the antenna. Note: The elevation belt tension is 8~15 N.

Slip Ring & Rotary Joint Assembly

Tools for replacement • 

Needle-nose pliers

• 

11mm Spanner/ Wrench

• 

8mm Spanner/ Wrench

• 

Nipper

• 

Cross Screwdriver

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Slip Ring & Rotary Joint Assembly

1. Using an 11mm spanner, disconnect the 2 ca bles from the rotary joint. Using a cross screw driver, remove the 2 blots that mount the rota ry joint to the bracket.

2. Using a needle-nose pliers, disconn ect BUC IN cable, Power IN cable a nd Spare cable from the main contr ol unit.

3. Using a needle-nose pliers, disconne ct the antenna power cable, BUC po wer cable, ACU Rx cable, and mode m Tx cable from the power switch bo x. Using a 8mm spanner, disconnect th e rotary TX & RX from the power swit ch box.

Slip Ring & Rotary Joint Assembly

4. Using a nipper, cut the tie wraps.

5. Using a cross screwdriver, remove the 4 bolts t he mount the slip ring to the O-ring inside of th e azimuth pulley.

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Slip Ring & Rotary Joint Assembly 12 o’clock

3 o’clock

Note1. While assembling, thread the Rotary Rx & Tx cables to Power switch box direction (3 o’clock) and thread the rest of three cables to the 12 o’clock direction.

Home Sensor

Tools for replacement •  • 

Needle-nose pliers Cross Screwdriver

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Home Sensor

1mm

Note 1 : When assembling the home sensor, ensure that the space between the home sensor and the bracket on the azimuth pulley should keep as 1mm. 1.Using a cross screwdriver, remove the 2 bolt s that mount the home sensor to the bracket . Using a needle-nose pliers, disconnect the home sensor cable from the main control u nit.

Control Module

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Parts List ! 

Control Module

•  •  •  • 

Main Control Unit NBD Unit ISMC Unit Sensor Box

Main Control Unit

Tools for replacement • 

Needle-nose pliers

• 

11 mm Spanner / Wrench

• 

8 mm Spanner/ Wrench

• 

Cross/ Minus Screwdriver

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Main Control Unit

1. Disconnect all the cables from the main control unit and ISMC unit. Minus screwdriver for sensor B/D cable, step motor cable, ISMC cable, azimuth motor cable , azimuth encoder cable, cross-level motor cable, cross-level encoder cable, and elevation motor cable. 8mm spanner for Rotary Rx cable. 11mm spanner for tuner cable, NDB cable, ISMC cable.

Main Control Unit

2. Using a cross screwdriver, remove th e 4 bolts that mount main control unit to the pedestal.

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NBD Unit

Tools for replacement • 

11mm Spanner/ Wrench

• 

Cross/ Minus Screwdriver

NBD Unit

1.Using a minus screwdriver, disconnect the main control cable from the NBD unit.

2. Using a cross screwdriver, remove th e 2 bolts that mount the NBD unit to t he elevation arm.

Using an 11mm spanner, disconnect the cross-pol cable and receiver cable From the NBD unit.

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ISMC Unit

Tools for replacement • 

8 mm Spanner / Wrench

• 

11mm Spanner / Wrench

• 

Cross/ Minus Screwdriver

ISMC Unit

1. Using a 8mm spanner, disconnect Rotary Rx cable from the ISMC unit.

2. Using a cross screwdriver, remove th e 4 bolts that mount the ISMC unit to the main control unit.

Using an11mm spanner, disconnect tuner cable from the ISMC unit. Using a minus screwdriver, disconn ect main control cable from the ISMC unit.

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Sensor Box

Tools for replacement •  5 mm Allen Key •  Cross Screwdriver

Sensor Box

1. Press the connector and unplug the cable from the sensor box.

2. Using a 5mm Allen key, remove the blot that mount the sensor box to elevat ion arm.

Note1. Using a cross screw driver, remove the 3 blots that mount the level vial to the sensor box and reinstall the level vial to the new sensor box.

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Antenna Control Unit

Parts List ! 

Antenna Control Unit

•  •  •  •  • 

ACU Main Board VFD Module USB Interface Board Noise Filter Power Module

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ACU Mainboard

Tools for replacement • 

13mm Spanner/ Wrench

• 

8mm Spanner/ Wrench

• 

Cross screwdriver

ACU Mainboard

1.Disconnect all the cables from the main board. Using a 8mm spanner to disconnect the antenna RX cable from the main board.

2. Using a cross screwdriver, remove th e 8 blots that mount the main board to the bracket.

Using a 13mm spanner, remove the Modem Rx connector. Using a cross screwdriver, remove the 4 blots that mount the Antenna Rx connector to the rear of the ACU panel.

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VFD Module Tools for replacement • 

Cross Screwdriver

1. Disconnect the cable from the VFD module. 2. Using a cross screwdriver, remove 5 bolts that m ount the VFD mount to the front panel of the ACU .

Eddy Board Module

1. Remove the Eddy board module by hand.

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USB Interface Board Tools for replacement • 

Cross screwdriver

1. Disconnect the cable from the USB Int erface board. 2. Using a cross screwdriver, remove the 2 blots that mount the USB interface bo ard to the front panel of the ACU.

Noise Filter Tools for replacement • 

Cross screwdriver

1. Disconnect the cables from the noise filter. 2. Using a cross screwdriver, remove the 4 bolts that mo unt noise filter to the ACU. Note: While installing the noise filter, ensure that the 24V is located next to the side panel of the ACU.

Thick: 24V

Thin: 12V

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AC-DC Power 27V Tools for replacement • 

Cross screwdriver

1. Disconnect the cables from the power board. 2. Using a cross screwdriver, remove the 4 bolts that mo unt the power board to the ACU.

Belt Tension

Belt Tension Gauge v60 - Elevation: 8~15 N - Cross Level: 20~30 N - Azimuth: 30~45 N

Measuring the Belt Tension Gauge: Measure the belt tension between the Pulley and the Belt Guide. Repeat 5 times and find the average.

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Bolting

Assembling Bolt & Screw • 

Loctite 242(Blue): 9 0% of the windings

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Loctite 262(Red): fixed parts or severe parts

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Loctite 609(Green): Bearing mount

• 

Loctite 435(glass): non-skiable materials (PE,PP,PA si licon, deforms)

Please wipe-off oil or any other greasy subst ance while applying Loctite.

Apply Loctite 435 on to feed assembly

Connector Torque

!  F Type Connector : 1.0 N-m !  N Type Connector: 1.5N-m !  SMA Connector : 0.6 N-m

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NJRC 4W(X-Pol) Weight Balance Map !  Elevation Left L1

L3 L2

Position

Weight Balance Block

L1

10t X 2, 2t X 1

L2

3t X 1 

L3

5t X 3

1t = 10mm

NJRC 4W(X-Pol) Weight Balance Map !  Elevation Right

R3

R1

R2

Position

Weight Balance Block

R1

3t X 1

R2

10t X 2, 2t X 1

R3

5t X 3

1t = 10mm

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NJRC 4W(X-Pol) Weight Balance Map !  Cross Level Position

Weight Balance Block

C1

5t X 3

C2

0

C3

5t X 4 1t = 10mm

C3

C1 C2

NJRC 8W(X-Pol) Weight Balance Map !  Elevation Left L2 L1

Position

Weight Balance Block

L1

2t X 1

L2

5t X 3

1t = 10mm

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NJRC 8W(X-Pol) Weight Balance Map !  Elevation Right

R3

R1

R2

Position

Weight Balance Block

R1

2t X 1, 3t X 1

R2

5t X 3

R3

5t X 2

1t = 10mm

NJRC 8W(X-Pol) Weight Balance Map !  Cross Level Position Weight Balance Block C1

5t X 6

C2

0

C3

5t X 6 1t = 10mm

C3

C1 C2

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