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DR6000 MK2 DIVERSITY RECEIVER

Installation/Operation Manual

Doc. No. 6051442210 Rev. C

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Document Revision History


Initial release

November 2010

Rev. -

Updated content, pages 3, 15

April 2011

Rev. A

Added IP video streaming information

May 2011

Rev. B

Added second ASI output

July 2012

Rev. C

Conventions Used in This Manual


NOTE: Notes provide supplementary information. They are highlighted for emphasis, as in this example, and are
placed immediately after the relevant text.
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ATTENTION!
DO NOT use right-angle connectors or adapters on the RF Power Out cable assemblies. Right-angle
connectors may have significant RF power loss at the operating frequencies of this system.
FOR ALL BMS TRANSMITTERS Operation of a BMS transmitter product generally requires a license. It is the
responsibility of the user to obtain all required operating licenses.
ONLY FOR PRODUCTS AWAITING FCC CERTIFICATION This device has not been authorized as required by the
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or sold or leased, in the US until authorization is obtained.
Acceptance Test Procedure (ATP) test data results by product serial number are typically shipped with all units and
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Read and Follow Instructions! All safety and operating instructions should be read before this product is
operated. All operating and use instructions should be followed. This manual should be retained for future
reference.
EMC Compliance This equipment is certified to the EMC requirements detailed in the technical
specifications. To maintain this certification, only use the cables supplied or if in doubt contact BMS
Customer Service.
RF Exposure Information For body worn operation, the device has been tested and meets FCC RF
exposure guidelines when used with an accessory that contains no metal and that positions device a
minimum of 7.9 (20 cm) from the body. Use of other accessories may not ensure compliance with FCC RF
exposure guidelines.
Compliance This device complies with several standards. Please refer to the chapter, Specifications, in this
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Contents
1

INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................................... 1
1.1
Technical Characteristics .............................................................................................................................. 1
1.1.1
1.1.2

Options ...........................................................................................................................................................................1
Inputs/Outputs ................................................................................................................................................................2

QUICK SET UP ..................................................................................................................................................... 3

INSTALLATION .................................................................................................................................................... 4
3.1
Connectors and Indicators ............................................................................................................................ 4
3.2
DR6000 MK2 Touch Panel Display .............................................................................................................. 7
3.2.1
3.2.2

3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3

3.4
3.5

Save changes ................................................................................................................................................................9


Remote Button if DengVision Is Connected ...................................................................................................................9

Main Menu Settings .................................................................................................................................... 10


Frequency ....................................................................................................................................................................10
Spectrum Analyzer .......................................................................................................................................................10
Configuration Settings ..................................................................................................................................................11

Remote Control of the DR6000MK2 ........................................................................................................... 14


Setting up the DR6000MK2 to Stream Video to a PC................................................................................. 23

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE .......................................................................................................................... 29

TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................................................................................ 30

REPAIR SERVICE/WARRANTY INFORMATION .............................................................................................. 31


6.1
Customer Service Contact Information ....................................................................................................... 31

List of Figures
Figure 1. Rear view connectors and descriptions........................................................................................................... 5
Figure 2. Typical connection diagram ............................................................................................................................ 6
Figure 3. ASI connection ................................................................................................................................................ 7
Figure 4. DR6000 MK2 front touch panel ....................................................................................................................... 7
Figure 5. DRx000 MK2 configuration menu structure .................................................................................................... 8
Figure 6. Touch upper left area of touch screen ............................................................................................................ 9
Figure 7. Up/Down buttons now enabled. ...................................................................................................................... 9
Figure 8. Save button highlighted................................................................................................................................... 9
Figure 9. Save button enabled ....................................................................................................................................... 9
Figure 10. Disable Remote button................................................................................................................................ 10
Figure 11. Frequency settings ...................................................................................................................................... 10
Figure 12. Spectrum Analyzer display.......................................................................................................................... 11
Figure 13. COFDM display ........................................................................................................................................... 11
Figure 14. Genlock display ........................................................................................................................................... 12
Figure 15. Decryption display ....................................................................................................................................... 12
Figure 16. Cr-PIDs display ........................................................................................................................................... 13
Figure 17. CONFIGURE display .................................................................................................................................. 13
Figure 18. Dongle......................................................................................................................................................... 14
Figure 19. RS485 connection ....................................................................................................................................... 14
Figure 20. BMS product label ....................................................................................................................................... 31

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INTRODUCTION

The DR6000 MK2 (Mark 2) represents the next generation of digital COFDM receivers from BMS. Specifically
engineered for mobile requirements, the DR6000 MK2 receives wireless transmissions in both fixed and mobile
applications. Its performance and reliability have been proven in a variety of applications all over the world, and it can
easily master the most demanding applications. For many customers, the DR6000 MK2 provides the backbone of
their systems.
The receivers internal decoder provides many professional features, like ASI, SDI, HD-SDI, component or composite
and analog/embedded audio outputs, all with an end-to-end, low-delay option of less than 40ms. MPEG-2 4:2:2 is
supported by default and optionally the DR6000 can also be operated as single repeater with automatic setup of all
COFDM settings. Additionally, the display of the six spectrums makes the DR6000 receiver an essential tool in the
wireless receiver world.

1.1

Technical Characteristics

Frequency

70 to 860 MHz

Channel Bandwidth

6, 7 or 8 MHz

Diversity Method

Fast Fourier Transforms - Maximum Ratio Combining (FFT-MRC)

Demodulation

Auto-detect FEC

Decoding

MPEG-2 4:2:0 MP@ML | MPEG-2 4:2:2 422P@ML


Optional: MPEG-2 4:2:2 422P@HL
Auto-detect
720 x 576i
720 x 480p
720 x 480i
1920 x 720p
1920 x 1080i
1920 x 1080p

Control

Built in LCD Touch Panel with spectrum display and C/N bar graph

Power Input

110 to 240 VAC (50 to 60 Hz)

Consumption

< 100 W

Temperature

0 to + 40C (+32 to +104F)

Relative Humidity

5 to 95 %

Dimensions (W x D x H)

19'' x 15.7'' x 2RU (485 x 400 x 88.9 mm)

Weight

11.57 lbs. (5.25kg)

1.1.1

Options

Low Delay

<40ms End to End Delay

MPEG2 HD

MPEG-2 422P@HL Decoding *

Repeater

Integrated up converter with automatically re-modulation setup

ASI Only

DR6000 provides only a ASI Output *

COM Server

TCP/IP access for remote control by DENG Vision *

GPS AES

GPS data output for the tracking antenna AES128/256 Decryption *

IP Video

Video Over IP Streaming *

* Included in US product version

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1.1.2

Inputs/Outputs

BNC (f)

Antenna in

6x UHF input
70 to 860 MHz
External DC output for BDC

75

BNC (f)

Genlock in

External Genlock SDI input

75

BNC (f)

CVBS out

Analog Video output


PAL/NTSC

75

BNC(f)

SDI out

Digital Video output / Embedded Audio

75

BNC (f)
BNC (f)
3XLR (f)

ASI out
ASI out
Audio out

Transport stream output


Transport stream output
4x Analog Audio out

75
75
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1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

QUICK SET UP
Touch FREQ.
a.

Select Channel; e.g. 1, 2, 3

b.

Set Frequency; e.g. 2300.0

c.

Set LO Frequency; e.g. 2800.0

d.

Touch SAVE, then BACK.

Touch CONF.
a.

Set Bandwidth; e.g. 8 MHz

b.

Set Guard;

c.

Set POL.

d.

Touch SAVE.

Touch SPEC.
a.

Scroll through connected antennas to observe received waveforms.

b.

Touch BACK.

Touch GENLOCK tab (used only if Genlock signal is supplied)


a.

Set ON/OFF.

b.

Set Pixel.

c.

Set Lines.

d.

Touch SAVE.

Touch CRYPT tab (used only if encryption is being used)


a.

Select Encryption Mode.

b.

Select On/Off.

c.

Enter encryption key.

d.

Touch SAVE, then BACK.

Touch Cr-PIDs tab (used only in BMS Mode A6D)


a.

Set Audio PID.

b.

Set Video PID.

c.

Set Data PID.

d.

Touch SAVE.

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3.1

INSTALLATION
Connectors and Indicators

The connections to the DR6000 MK2 are described in Figure 1. A typical connection diagram is shown in Figure 1
and Figure 2.
NOTE: This product may also be used with BMS control software, DENGVision. Please refer to BMS product manual,
P/N 6051429010, for instructions on using this software.
NOTE: In keeping with todays mainstream communication technology, the DR6000MK2 is equipped with IP (Internet
Protocol) connectivity. This feature allows:
1. Remote control of the DR6000Mk2 over a LAN, WAN, or the Internet.
2. Streaming of live video over a LAN, WAN, or the Internet.
RS-232 is still available for customers preferring this method of remote control, rather than IP.
As with all IP devices and interfaces, the DR6000MK2 needs to be configured and set up to work on the customers
network. BMS will provide all the relevant software, drivers, manuals and information on how to set up and configure
the DR6000MK2.
HOWEVER, because every network is unique and governed by a different set of rules and procedures, depending on
the entity, BMS cannot become involved in setting up the customers network. It is the customers responsibility to
work with their IT department in order to secure IP addresses, allocate bandwidth, provision the network, set up the
users PCs and integrate the DR6000MK2 into the network. The point of demarcation between BMS and the
customers network is the two RJ-45 Ethernet sockets at the rear of the DR6000MK2.

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Figure 1. Rear view connectors and descriptions


1

Main Power-Fuse 2A
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RS232 Control output; Serial 9-pin Sub-D(f); GPS | Pinouts:


1 RS485 (-)
3 RS232 TX
5 GND
7 n.c.
2 RS232 RX
4 n.c.
6 RS485 (+)
8 DSP CTRL
9 DSP CTRL

Power-Con socket "100-230VAC" for 120V or 230V power supply,

ASI output; BNC(f)

ASI output, BNC(f)


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RS232 Data | Pinouts:


1 n.c.
3 n.c.
2 TX User Data
4 n.c.

SD-SDI/HD-SDI output; BNC(f)

ASI Decoder input; BNC(f)


Genlock; BNC(f); the unit can frame lock to an external video source. The
frame information is input as a composite synchronous signal, with or
without active video.

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DC input for external BDCs; 24VDC@ 5A power-supply is recommended.


Required power supply can be ordered separately (P/N 13. 1240.001)

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Analog audio 1L out; XLR-3pin(m)

CVBS output, Y; BNC(f) Only

17

Analog audio 1R out; XLR-3pin(m)

PB; BNC(f)

18

Analog audio 2L out; XLR-3pin(m)

10

PR; BNC(f)

19

Analog audio 2R out; XLR-3pin(m)

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Video over IP

20

Six UHF antenna inputs

12

IP Control LAN connection

21

BDC Power LED indicators

5 GND
6 n.c.

7 n.c.
8 n.c.
9 n.c.

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Figure 2. Typical connection diagram

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CAUTION: ASI out must be connected to ASI in, as shown, with the included cable.

Figure 3. ASI connection

3.2

DR6000 MK2 Touch Panel Display

The front display is also a touch panel for controlling and configuring the receiver (Figure 4). The configuration menu
structure is shown in Figure 5.
By default, the Up/Down buttons are normally highlighted red, which means that frequency up/down operations are
disabled. To enable the buttons and change frequency, touch the upper left area of the touch screen (see Figure 6
and Figure 7). The Up/Down buttons become white and can now be used.

Figure 4. DR6000 MK2 front touch panel

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Figure 5. DRx000 MK2 configuration menu structure


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Touch in this area to enable


the up/down buttons

Figure 6. Touch upper left area of touch screen

3.2.1

Figure 7. Up/Down buttons now enabled.

Save changes

Any change made to the receivers configuration must be confirmed and saved using the Save button. If no change
has been done in one of the menus the save button is highlighted red. See Figure 8.

Figure 8. Save button highlighted

Figure 9. Save button enabled

If changes are made, the button color will change to white, which means you have to save your changes by touching
Save. See Figure 9.

3.2.2

Remote Button if DengVision Is Connected

If you have DengVision connected, a disable remote button appears at the upper right of the touch panel. This
means that DengVision is connected to the DR6000 MK2 and you cannot change anything on the touch panel. The
receiver is now completely under control of DengVision.
To re-gain control again, touch the Disable Remote button, as shown in Figure 10.

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disable the
DengVision remote

Figure 10. Disable Remote button

3.3

Main Menu Settings

The main menu features menu items for setting frequency, FREQ viewing the received signals on a spectrum
analyzer, SPEC, or setting the receiver operating parameters, CONF.

3.3.1

Frequency

Touch FREQ to display the channel (Ch) and BDC local oscillator (LO) frequency parameter items (Figure 11). First,
select the desired channel by using the < or > arrow buttons. Then, touch the numeric keypad to enter the desired
frequency for the selected channel. Use the back arrow under the keypad to erase a digit or move the blinking cursor
to the next digit. Touch the Save button after each entry to save the values.

Figure 11. Frequency settings

3.3.2

Spectrum Analyzer

Touch Spec to display the spectrum analyzer to view the status of the incoming signal on each antenna (Figure 12).
Use the Prev and Next buttons to select the antenna signal you wish to view.

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Figure 12. Spectrum Analyzer display

3.3.3

Configuration Settings

The receiver has five configuration menu panels, COFDM, GENLOCK, CRYPT, Cr-PIDs, and CONF. These are
explained in the following subsections. Refer to Figure 5 for each subsection.
Touch Conf from the default touch screen (Figure 4) to display the configuration panels (Figure 5).

3.3.3.1

COFDM Panel

The COFDM panel features three sub-settings: bandwidth (Bw), guard interval (Guard), and polarization (Pol). Use
the < and > arrow buttons to select the desired values, as shown on the menu structure diagram (Figure 5).

Figure 13. COFDM display

3.3.3.2

GENLOCK Panel

The GENLOCK panel has three sub-settings: Genlock (GENLOCK), pixels (Pixels) and lines (Lines). Use the < and
> arrow buttons to select the desired values, as shown on the menu structure diagram (Figure 5).

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Figure 14. Genlock display

3.3.3.3

CRYPT Panel

The CRYPT panel contains four sub-settings: Decrypt (Decrypt), type (Type), key (Key) and mode (Mode). Use the
< and > arrow buttons to select the desired values, as shown on the menu structure diagram (Figure 5).

Figure 15. Decryption display

3.3.3.4

Cr-PIDs Panel

The Cr-PIDs panel contains four sub-settings: Video (Video), audio 1 (Audio 1), audio 2 (Audio 2) and data (Data).
Use the < and > arrow buttons to select the desired values, as shown on the menu structure diagram (Figure 5).
Touch the value next to each sub-setting to display the edit prompt (blinking cursor). Click Save when finished to
save the new settings.

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Figure 16. Cr-PIDs display

3.3.3.5

Configure

The CONF tab allows setting of the device address, channel number and data out format.

Figure 17. CONFIGURE display

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3.4

Remote Control of the DR6000MK2

NOTE: In keeping with todays mainstream communication technology, the DR6000MK2 is equipped with IP (Internet
Protocol) connectivity. This feature allows:
1. Remote control of the DR6000Mk2 over a LAN, WAN, or the Internet.
2. Streaming of live video over a LAN, WAN, or the Internet.
RS-232 is still available for customers preferring this method of remote control, rather than IP.
As with all IP devices and interfaces, the DR6000MK2 needs to be configured and set up to work on the customers
network. BMS will provide all the relevant software, drivers, manuals and information on how to set up and configure
the DR6000MK2.
HOWEVER, because every network is unique and governed by a different set of rules and procedures, depending on
the entity, BMS cannot become involved in setting up the customers network. It is the customers responsibility to
work with their IT department in order to secure IP addresses, allocate bandwidth, provision the network, set up the
users PCs and integrate the DR6000MK2 into the network. The point of demarcation between BMS and the
customers network is the two RJ-45 Ethernet sockets at the rear of the DR6000MK2.
Remote Control of the DR6000Mk2 can either be achieved using one of three interface methods, RS-232, RS-485 or
Ethernet.

RS-232
If the RS-232 interface is going to be used, then connect your com cable directly to the top DB-9 connector on the
rear of the DR6000Mk2.
Next, go straight to the Launch Deng Vision stage and follow the instructions.

RS-485
If the RS-485 interface is going to be used, then you will first need to prepare the dongle, shown in Figure 18, by
soldering wires to the printed circuit pads that protrude from the back of the dongle, as shown in Figure 19. The
dongle is then fixed to the top connector at the rear of the DR6000Mk2.

RS232

Figure 18. Dongle

Figure 19. RS485 connection

Next, go straight to the Launch DengVision stage and follow the instructions.

Ethernet
If Ethernet is the preferred choice, then the DB-9 dongle (Figure 18, supplied with the DR6000Mk2 kit) needs to be
fitted to the top DB-9 connector at the rear of the DR6000Mk2.
The Ethernet connection you are about to configure, is already preconfigured with an IP address from the factory, to
be 155.155.155.98, this needs changing to match your network.
Preparation
1. On the CD there are two W&T utility files, Com Port Redirector and Wutilities, load and install these onto your PC.

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2. Read the W&T manual supplied on the CD to become familiar with the operational philosophy of the W&T com
port Redirector.
3. Load and install Deng Vision onto your PC
The procedure consists of seven steps.
1. Obtaining an IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gateway from your Network Administrator.
2. Setting your PC NIC card to communicate with the device (W&T Com Server) inside the DR6000Mk2.
3. Connecting a laptop or PC directly to the IP port of the DR6000Mk2, using an Ethernet cross-over cable.
4. Changing the IP address, Subnet Mask and Gateway of the device inside the DR6000Mk2
5. Connecting the DR6000Mk2 to your network.
6. Checking that the DR6000Mk2 is on the network.
7. Setting your PC to display and operate Deng Vision.

Step 1
You require an IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gateway, you will obtain this from your network administrator.

Step 2
Set the NIC card on your PC to an IP Address close to that shown on the label under the left hand Ethernet port on
the DR 6000Mk2, for example the IP Address shown is 155.155.155.98, you will use 155.155.155.99. Use the
following steps.
Windows XP
Click Start.
Click control panel.
Click Network connections.
Right click Properties.
Select IP (TCP/IP).
Click Properties.
At this point it might be a good idea to record the settings in this window, before changing them, as you will be
returning to them later.
Click the radio button Use the following IP address.
Enter IP Address 155.155.155.99.
Enter subnet mask 255.255.255.0.

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You can leave the Gateway blank.


Close of this window.

Windows 7
Click Start
Click control panel
Click Network and Sharing Center
Click Change adapter settings
Right click on the network you are using.
Click Properties
Highlight Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
Click Properties
Click the radio button Use the following IP address
Enter IP Address 155.155.155.99
Enter subnet mask 255.255.255.0

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Close out of this window

Step 3
Connect your PC to the right hand port, using an Ethernet cable of the cross-over type. Your PC NIC card should
now auto discover the device.

Step 4
Launch an internet browser on your PC (e.g. Internet Explorer, Firefox etc)
Enter the IP Address (155.155.155.98) of the device in the address bar and hit enter. Com Servers web interface
page appears. The default password is an empty box, so just hit Login.
After reading the dialogue hit OK
Click SETUP System
Change the values of the IP address, Subnet mask, and Default gateway fields to match those given to you by your
network administrator. CAREFULLY DOUBLE CHECK YOUR ENTRIES.
You can also enter a password.
Click send, the new values are now entered.
Click the back button, then the Logout button.
Click Save. You will be back in the opening screen.
Close the browser and disconnect your PC

Step 5
Connect the Ethernet port you have just configured to your network, using a normal Ethernet cable.

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Step 6
To confirm that the Com Server is connected to the network, go to a PC connected to the same subnet as the
DR6000Mk2, open up a browser and enter the new IP address of the device, the Com Server opening web interface
page should appear.

Step 7
Launch W&T Com Port Redirector.

Click Add New the first box Com Server.


Put in the IP Address you have just given the device.

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Click Test, it should come back with ..everything is fine.

Click OK, then OK again.


Next click the selected port 132 button and enter a free port number.

Click OK.

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OK again to close the window.


Launch Deng Vision.

Go to the Comm tab and enter the port number (if you are using RS-232 or RS-485, this will match the com port
being used on your PC, if you are using Ethernet, it will be the com port used by the Com Port Director)

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Got to the Device Matrix tab and hit Scan, the first red button in the OFDM Recv list should turn green.

Go to the OFDM Receiver tab, the status of the DR6000Mk2 is now displayed.

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Please read the Deng Vision Manual for full operational instructions.

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3.5

Setting up the DR6000MK2 to Stream Video to a PC

The DR6000Mk2 has a device (ASI Pro) installed which allows an ASI MPEG-2 Transport Stream to be carried over
an IP network to be streamed on a PC or MPEG-2 decoder.
Please note that streaming video over an IP network requires adequate bandwidth to function properly. The
bandwidth requirement for each stream of Standard Definition Video is in the order of 10Mbps, for High Definition
Video, the bandwidth increases to 30 Mbps per stream. Also the network must be Multicast enabled and the correct
ports open to pass the multicast packets. Please read the ASI-Pro User Guide for further information.
In order to use the ASI over IP feature, this streaming device needs to be configured to communicate with the local
network. The procedure consists of seven steps.
1.

Obtaining an IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gateway from your Network Administrator;

2.

Setting your PC NIC card to communicate with the device (ASI Pro) inside the DR6000MK2;

3.

Connecting a laptop or PC directly to the IP port of the DR6000MK2, using an Ethernet cross-over cable;

4.

Changing the IP address, Subnet Mask and Gateway of the device inside the DR6000MK2;

5.

Connecting the DR6000MK2 to your network;

6.

Checking that the DR6000MK2 is on the network;

7.

Setting your PC to stream video.

Step 1
You require an IP address, subnet mask and gateway; obtain these from your network administrator.

Step 2
Set the NIC card on your PC to an IP address close to that shown on the label under the left hand Ethernet port on
the DR 6000MK2. For example the IP address shown is 192.168.1.100, you will use 192.168.1.99. Proceed with the
following steps.
For Windows XP
1.

Click Start.

2.

Click Control Panel.

3.

Click Network connections.

4.

Right click Properties.

5.

Select IP (TCP/IP).

6.

Click Properties.

At this point it might be a good idea to record the settings in this window, before changing them, as you will be
returning to them later.
1.

Click the radio button Use the following IP address and enter IP Address 192.168.1.99.

2.

Enter subnet mask 255.255.255.0.

3.

You can leave the Gateway blank.

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4.

Click Ok to close this window.

For Windows 7
1.

Click Start.

2.

Click Control Panel.

3.

Click Network and Sharing Center.

4.

Click Change adapter settings.

5.

Right click on the network you are using.

6.

Click Properties.

7.

Highlight Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4).

8.

Click Properties.

9.

Click the radio button Use the following IP address and enter IP Address 192.168.1.99.

10. Enter subnet mask 255.255.255.0.

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11. Click OK to close this window.

Step 3
Connect your PC to the left hand port, using an Ethernet cable of the cross-over type. Your PC NIC card should now
auto discover the device.

Step 4
Launch an internet browser on your PC (e.g. Internet Explorer, Firefox etc)
Enter the IP Address (192.168.1.100) of the device in the address bar and hit enter. The ASI Pros web interface
page appears.

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Click IP Address Configuration.


Change the values of the IP address, Subnet mask, and Default gateway fields to match those given to you by your
network administrator. CAREFULLY DOUBLE CHECK YOUR ENTRIES.
Click Save.
The IP Address of the ASI Pro is now changed and you will lose communication with the device.

Step 5
Connect the Ethernet port you have just configured to your network using a normal Ethernet cable.

Step 6
To confirm that the ASI Pro is connected to the network, go to a PC connected to the same subnet as the
DR6000MK2, open up a browser and enter the new IP address of the device. The ASI Pros web interface page
should appear.

Step 7
Ensure that your DR6000MK2 is receiving and decoding a valid video signal. Go to a PC connected to the same
subnet as the DR6000MK2.
Open up a streaming application such as VLC.
NOTE: BMS Applications Engineering selected VLC for the following example. There are many other applications
that may be used without charge or that can be purchased that will also work.

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Follow VLCs instructions to stream from the network and enter the Multicast Address on the label next to the port on
the rear of the DR6000MK2. This is likely to be 227.40.50.60:8192. The entry will look like this:
udp://@227.40.50.60:8192.

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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

There are no preventive maintenance procedures for this product.

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TROUBLESHOOTING

The following troubleshooting tips may assist the user with setup issues:
1.

The DR6000 MK2 is not working.


Switch off the power to the unit, wait 10 seconds and reapply power.
Observe the screen while the unit goes through its startup routine to ensure that all stages report Ok.
If every step responds Ok, continue to the next steps.

2.

Unit does not lock on (i.e., the receiver does not demodulate the signal.) No green signal bars on main menu.
Check LO, BW, Guard (auto recommended) Invert/Normal, Spectrum frequency, BDC powered, all
connections good.

3.

Unit does not lock on and spectrum does not take the typical pedestal shape, as shown:

Check that the frequency is correct, then change the LO to a different value and save. Now re-enter the
correct LO value and re-save.
Check that signal strength is not too high. You should be able to see the whole spectrum, top, bottom and
sides.
4.

Unit does not lock on and no spectrum.


Check LO, BDC power, matching antennas.

5.

Unit locks on but does not produce video/audio.


Check ASI Out to ASI In loop jumper is in place; Gen-lock is off if signal not supplied.

6.

GPS data does not work.


Check that the correct connector is being used: bottom DB-9 is DATA OUT (GPS).
Check that GPS monitoring software is set to BMS or NMEA/matching source and header.

7.

In mode A6D unit is locked but no video or audio.


Check correct PIDs for video/audio have been entered in the crypt page; they should match the transmitters
settings.

8.

Unit locks on but does not produce video.


Check encryption is in correct mode; OFF if not being used.

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REPAIR SERVICE/WARRANTY INFORMATION

Repair service is available from the factory for repair or replacement within 14 days after receipt of a malfunctioning
unit. Warranty position will be established upon receipt of inoperative equipment. If equipment is confirmed defective
and is BMS responsibility, repair action will be initiated immediately. When the malfunction is determined to be user
responsibility, repair will be initiated after confirmation with the users buying authority.
BMS warrants that, at time of delivery, the product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship provided
the equipment or system is installed, operated and maintained in accordance with the Operation and Maintenance
manual or such other BMS documentation as may be applicable. Any such defect reported to BMS within two years,
BMS will take reasonable and prompt action to repair or replace such equipment. Should any of the components be
defective, please contact BMS immediately. Please have the following information available so we can best serve
you. Much of this information can be found on the units BMS product label (Figure 20).

Customer name and contact person with additional information on the failure
Contact phone and e-mail
BMS part and model numbers
BMS product serial number
BMS equipment description
Description of problem
Return information

Figure 20. BMS product label


Defective components under BMS warranty will be repaired/replaced promptly at the discretion of BMS. Items no
longer under warranty will require a PO before repairs can proceed.
NOTE: All goods returned for service require an RMA number. Any goods received without an RMA number may not
be processed in a timely manner. Please contact BMS for an RMA number.

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Customer Service Contact Information

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