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TracStar Series Antennas Op Instructions v4.1.ppt

TracStar Series Antennas Operating Instructions September 2010. Version TracStar Systems, Inc. 1551 College Park Business Center Road Orlando, FL 32804. Ph: 407-650-9054 Fax: 407-650-9086. www cobham com/ TracStar !! CAUTION !! Antennas are typically shipped fully configured for a network. Changing data in the antenna controller may render the antenna inoperable. Change controller settings with caution. 1. TracStar Controller Menu Grid Powerup Please Wait Rev Motorized Drive Feed ONLY GPS Compass POL. Rev Monitor Loading Check Ready Page Set Ref Set Data Please Wait GPS Compass Please Wait Satellite Satellite Satellite User Setup Jog Page Ref Sat VS / Lock Parameter Inclined Orbit Optional S/W.

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1 TracStar Series Antennas Operating Instructions September 2010. Version TracStar Systems, Inc. 1551 College Park Business Center Road Orlando, FL 32804. Ph: 407-650-9054 Fax: 407-650-9086. www cobham com/ TracStar !! CAUTION !! Antennas are typically shipped fully configured for a network. Changing data in the antenna controller may render the antenna inoperable. Change controller settings with caution. 1. TracStar Controller Menu Grid Powerup Please Wait Rev Motorized Drive Feed ONLY GPS Compass POL. Rev Monitor Loading Check Ready Page Set Ref Set Data Please Wait GPS Compass Please Wait Satellite Satellite Satellite User Setup Jog Page Ref Sat VS / Lock Parameter Inclined Orbit Optional S/W.

2 Modem/ Move/RF. Tech Setup Set Option Set Test Level/Motor antenna / Polarity Safe Geographical LNB. Az Stow Area Gain Diagnostic Axis Angles Factory Modem Scan Hits Tilt Angles Only SFE. Position Data GPS Data Zero Resets Offsets Scan Width SFR. azEr elEr plEr Az>EncSF Az>psf El>EncSF. El>psf Pl>EncSF Pl>psf Axis Base Tilt Data Is Subject To Change Without Notice This document is supplied as and intended to be a reference document for TracStar Systems product users. The document is periodically updated and may contain data that does not apply to a user's specific product or is obsolete. If questions exist regarding the applicability of the data relative to your product, contact TracStar Technical Support.

3 This manual and its contents are considered proprietary intellectual property of TracStar Systems, Inc. Unauthorized use or distribution is specifically prohibited. Contents are protected by law. Copyright 2010 TracStar Systems Systems, Inc. Inc All rights reserved. reserved TracStar Systems is a registered trademark of Cobham, PLC. Lok is a registered trademark of Sagebrush Technologies Roto-Lok Roto Any and all additional product names referred to in this manual may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Such trademarks are the sole property of their respective owners. Table of Contents QUICK START USER GUIDE 6 TECH SETUP PAGE 44.

4 Using the antenna 7 Set Option 46. Content Information 8 Set Test 47. Using the Manual 9 Level/Motor Control Page 49. BASIC Theory of Operation 10 Select Modem/ antenna /Pol 51. DirectPointTM Theory of Operation 11 Move/RF_SAFE 53. IFL Cable Connections 12 Azimuth Stow/External Switch 55. antenna Setup Options 13 USAdvb 57. 1. Quick Setup Reference Known Reference Satellites - CONUS 14 LNB GAIN 59. 2. Quick Setup Reference Known Reference Satellites NON CONUS 15. 3. Quick Setup - From a Script 16 DIAGNOSTICS PAGE 61. 4. Quick Setup - SkyScan 17 Axis Angles 62. User Manual Data Presentation and ACU Operation 18 4 B B Page 63. TracStar Controller Display and Layout 19 C Page 64.

5 Scan Hits 65. READY PAGE 20 Tilt Angles 66. Typical Acquisition Sequence 21 Axis Position Transducer Readout 67. DirectPoint Typical Acquisition Process 22 GPS Data 68. Set Reference Satellite 23 Axis Zero Offsets 69. Select Data Satellite 25 Axis Offsets 70. Polarity 27 Azimuth Scan Width 72. Manual GPS Input 29 SFE SFR 74. Manual Compass Input 31 Axis Diagnostics 75. Axis Diagnostics 76. USER SETUP PAGE 33 Axis Diagnostics 77. 2 1 JJog 34 4 O Axis A i Di Diagnostics ti 78. Satellite Parameters 36 Axis Diagnostics 79. Reference Satellite 38 Axis Diagnostics 80. VS/Lock Methods 41 Axis Diagnostics 81. Axis Diagnostics 82. Axis Diagnostics 83. Axis Diagnostics 84.

6 4. Table of Contents (cont.). TROUBLESHOOTING 85. ERROR MESSAGES & RECOVERY 86. Pedestal Preventative Maintenance 87. Pedestal 88. Appendix A Connection Directions 99. External Stow Monitoring Vehicle Mounting 100. Gilat 360E Connection 101. SkyEdge Connection 102. Connexstar Cisco Bruno (Gilat) 103. EMS Technologies Connection 104. EMS with EdgeAccess Connection 105. iDirect Netmodem II Connection 106. Avaya G350 Switch Connection 107. EMS & TracStar Gateway 108. iDirect NetModem II 109. iDirect 3000 Series Connection 110. Linkstar Connection 111. Vipersat Connection 112. ViaSat Surf Beam Connection 113. System Integration Example 114. TracStar Control Cable 115.

7 C. Consolel and dCCross O Over C. Cable bl SSchema h 116. TracStar Controller Menu Grid 117. Product Certifications 118. 5. IFL. QUICK START USER GUIDE. (Inter Facility Link Cable) IDU. ODU. WHAT TO. O EXPECT. C. P TX (RED) ACU The antenna has a self-calibration and BUC. E ANT MOD PC IDD. PWR startup routine. User intervention is not GPS. D required after the initiation of this process. E. 50-60 Hz Under normal operating conditions the COMPASS. S Controller / Power 110-220V AC antenna will determine its absolute location, T. find its predetermined reference satellite, satellite Single Phase A. LNB. L then find and lock onto the desired data satellite. Satellite LOCK can be determined by BASE SAT MODEM SERIAL.

8 LAN DISPLAY a message on the display unit showing LOCK. TX RX EQUIPMENT UNIT. with being the desired satellite. RX (BLUE). PERFORMANCE TIPS. NOTE THE FOLLOWING WARNING. Do NOT connect or disconnect the RG6 Coaxial cables or antenna controller cable while power is If after a number of unsuccessful scans or applied to any connected equipment. Turn off all power before connecting or removing cables. several minutes have passed and no LOCK . indication is present on the display: Failure to do so may cause damage to the system. Turn off power and check cable and TURN KEY OPERATION power connections to all equipment, Deploy being careful to observe all warnings. Connect antenna as shown above.

9 (The MOD-SERIAL cable is required for modems using GPS Ensure the satellite modem is connected properly. Reapply Power. input. It may be a DB9-DB9 or a DB9-RJ45 w/a RJ45 jumper cable, depending on modem style.). Apply power from the tabletop power supply or the 1U rack mount power supply (whichever Ensure there is a clear, unobstructed applies). view towards the equator relative to the antenna 's position. Once the control panel interface displays READY , READY , press + + and hold for 2 seconds. Stow Check leveling of antenna . Auto- correction software will accommodate Press the MAIN button until the display reads READY . up to 10o of error in the mounting Observe green LEDs on the controller interface panel.

10 If necessary, push Run once for plane of the antenna . Begin the process Ready/Idle to be displayed. again. Press the - button and hold for 2 seconds; allow antenna to fully stow. If the controller display shows LOCK . Remove R power from f the th antenna t b by tturning i offff power tto th the power supply l or th the 1U rackk and Voice is available and Internet mount panel (whichever applies). access is not available, check IP. addressing of your computer and set to Once power is removed, disconnect any cables necessary for transporting the antenna . DHCP . 6. Using the antenna The TracStar control system is resident on the antenna . No data is stored in the controller's ACU ( antenna Control Unit).


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