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PowerVu D9850 Program Receiver

Hallmark MPEG-2 SD Channels SD MPEG-2 Digital/Analog Tier Application Quick Set-up Guide

Figure 1. Front Panel

Figure 2. Rear Panel (Base Model) 1. Connect the L-Band signal to RF1. 13V or 18V LNB power is only available on the RF1 port. The factory default setting for LNB power is OFF. 2. Connect a cable from the Video #2 BNC connector on the rear of the unit to a video monitor and the terminal block balanced audio outputs labeled AUDIO 1 to monitoring equipment. 3. Once the boot up sequence is completed, press the Menu button then press to Preset/Input Setup and press the SELECT button. 4. Press to Preset Signal then press the SELECT button. 5. Press and enter the following parameters: P#: 1 Freq(GHZ) 3.790500 SymRate 12.4000 FEC AUTO L-Band 1359.50

NOTE: When the frequency field is selected, a message stating video may be disabled will appear and you will be prompted to abort or continue. Select continue and proceed with data entry.

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Press again and enter the following parameters: P#: 1 Input IQ AUTO Net ID 1 Polarization Horiz Input RF 1

NOTE: Assuming all parameters and cabling have been done correctly; the signal led should be flashing. If not, recheck all connections and settings. If led is blinking, proceed to next step. 7. Press the Menu button. The message Acquired, Save should appear and you will be prompted again to abort or continue. If so, press to Continue and then press the SELECT button. 8. The receiver display should now be on the Startup Screen and the unit will default to the first available channel.

Table 1. RF Parameters Entry / Selection Satellite Downlink Frequency L-Band Frequency (equiv.) Symbol Rate FEC Modulation Rolloff Network ID Polarity RF Input LO #1 Frequency Orbital Location Power (LNB DC Power on RF1) Values AMC 11 3.790500 GHz 1359.50 MHz 12.4000 MSps AUTO DVB-S QPSK 0.35 1 H (Horizontal) #1 5.150 GHz 131 West OFF

to scroll through the available program 9. To change the channel to decode, use the channels or use the keypad to directly enter the program number. Press SELECT. NOTE: It is recommended for the analog or digital tier to use channels 111, 121, 131, or 141, because they have AC-3 audio. Use the (See Table 2 for Service Names and Channel Numbers).

Enabling ASI Output for Digital Passthru


1. From the Start-up Menu, press MENU to access Main Menu. 2. Press to Setup menu. Press SELECT. 3. Press to Outputs menu. Press SELECT.

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4. Press SELECT for Filter Mode. Use the press SELECT.

to scroll to Svc Ch Descrambled then

Table 2. Hallmark SD Channel Assignments Channel Service Name Hallmark Channel East Hallmark Channel West Hallmark Movie Channel East Hallmark Movie Channel West Hallmark Channel East (AC-3) Hallmark Channel West (AC-3) Hallmark Movie Channel East (AC-3) Hallmark Movie Channel West (AC-3) Local Avail with 8 sec pre-roll Audio 1 is Stereo Left and Right (L & R) channels for all SD services. Audio 2 is DTMF Tones on the Left (L) channel and no audio on the Right (R) channel for the MPEG services. (See Local avails/commercial insertion at the end of this document for further information) ** NOTE! A displayed BER reading between 1.0E-03 and 0.0E-08 on the front panel of the PowerVu Receiver is needed to properly decode the signal. 10. After a short period of time you should get the message Channel XX Needs Authorization Key on your video monitor and the red Alarm light on the front display panel should be illuminated. 11. You will now need to follow the below steps under Authorizing D9850 Program Receiver Instructions to complete the installation and setup procedure. Numbers 11 21 31 41 111 121 131 141 Video (PID) 1260 1160 1360 1460 1260 1160 1360 1460 Audio 1 (PID) 1220 1120 1320 1420 1230 1330 1130 1430 Audio 2 (PID) 1222 1122 1322 1422 1231 1331 1131 1431 DPI (PID) 130 230 330 430 130 230 330 430 PMT (PID) 5011 5021 5031 5041 5111 5121 5131 5141

Authorizing D9850 Program Receiver


Please contact Hallmark for authorization and provide the TID number on the rear of your receiver.

Hallmark Contact Information Authorization Center 800-672-4357


If your decoder has not been authorized after 30 minutes from submitting the request, or if you receive an error message stating your data entry is not valid, contact the PowerVu Connect Support line at the number listed above for further assistance. If the decoder has been successfully authorized, please go to the next page for the Local avails/commercial insertion section of this document to finish the receiver setup.

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Local avails/commercial insertion


Hallmark Local Avail with 8 sec pre-roll Audio 2 is DTMF Tones on the Left (L) channel and no audio on the Right (R) channel for the MPEG services. Digital Program Insertion (DPI) PID values form each service is shown in Table 2. Hallmark SD Channel Assignments of this document. The Scientific Atlanta Model D9850 Program Receiver has the ability to generate three types of commercial insertion interfaces for use by the cable headend. Option 1 - Cue Triggers: Using the EXPANSION PORT on the rear of the receiver, the user can access any one of 8 cue trigger outputs. For cue trigger purposes on Hallmark, only remote control outputs #1 and #2 will be authorized and active. Output #1 will act as the ON trigger and #2 will act as the OFF triggerGeorge0525195. Please refer to the PowerVu Model D9850 Program Receiver Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide, Rear Panel Connections - for pin-out and configuration. Option 2 - DTMF Tones on Audio #2 Left Channel. Audio #2 Left Channel is used for DTMF tones. Its purpose is for the cueing insertion of localized commercial material. The number sequence for Hallmark is 925* for a Start. Option 3 Digital Program Insertion (DPI): The Hallmark feed is DPI enabled (See Table 2 in this document for DPI PID numbers). This will allow the headend to digitally splice local commercial spots into the MPEG transport stream from the ASI Output on the rear of the receiver, thereby never having to decode to baseband. Please refer to the PowerVu Model D9850 Program Receiver Program Receiver Installation and Operation Guide for ASI configuration.

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