Innovation 450i Manual

Archived from groups: alt.video.satellite.4dtv HI, I just picked up my first C-Band system yesterday. The guy gave it all to me for free, just to get it out of his yard. This is what I got: 10' dish LNB with 1 year old turning motor. General Instrument Innovation 450i Motorola 4Dtv DSR905 and one big steel pole (very rusty) He tells me that everything wored perfectly before his wife disconected it. All the caballing had been cut to shreds by his wife. I mean even all the cables coming off the back of the units were sniped at about 3'. Luckily not the power cords.

How do I know if what I have includes Ku-Band and how many conductor cable do I need to buy to run between the dish and my units inside? I have seen RG6 cable, 5 conductor C-Band cable and 6 conductor satellite cable. Hope this is the right NG, Ben. Archived from groups: alt.video.satellite.4dtv How long will your cable run be? I have some left over ribbon cable that I would be willing to part with.

If you have KU there would be two LNB's on the polar rotor.RP Ben wrote: HII just picked up my first C-Band system yesterday. The guy gave it all to me for free, just to get it out of his yard. This is what I got: 10' dish LNB with 1 year old turning motor. General Instrument Innovation 450i Motorola 4Dtv DSR905 and one big steel pole (very rusty) He tells me that everything wored perfectly before his wife disconected it. All the caballing had been cut to shreds by his wife. I mean even all the cables coming off the back of the units were sniped at about 3'. Luckily not the power cords.

How do I know if what I have includes Ku-Band and how many conductor cable do I need to buy to run between the dish and my units inside? I have seen RG6 cable, 5 conductor C-Band cable and 6 conductor satellite cable. Hope this is the right NGBen. Archived from groups: alt.video.satellite.4dtv I'm going to need 100'.

10' dish LNB with 1 year old turning motor. > General Instrument Innovation 450i > Motorola 4Dtv DSR905 > and one big steel pole (very rusty). Cambium 450 Platform User Guide. PMP 450i Series AP 900 MHz. Innovation Science and Economic Development Canada (ISEDC) specific.

That's counting in 10' of extra incase I'm off a little. Does a Ku/C system require an extra conductor or do both signals run down the same coax line? I guess I should open the manual for the Innovation 450i and start reading.:-) If you do have that much cabling you could spare, that would be GREAT. I would obviously be happy to pay for shipping if you're not too far away.

I'm in Southern California, Newbury Park. Ben 'Randy' wrote in message news:[email protected] How long will your cable run be? I have some left over ribbon cable that I would be willing to part with. If you have KU there would be two LNB's on the polar rotor.RP Ben wrote: HII just picked up my first C-Band system yesterday. The guy gave it all to me for free, just to get it out of his yard.

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This is what I got: 10' dish LNB with 1 year old turning motor. General Instrument Innovation 450i Motorola 4Dtv DSR905 and one big steel pole (very rusty) He tells me that everything wored perfectly before his wife disconected it. All the caballing had been cut to shreds by his wife.

I mean even all the cables coming off the back of the units were sniped at about 3'. Luckily not the power cords. How do I know if what I have includes Ku-Band and how many conductor cable do I need to buy to run between the dish and my units inside? I have seen RG6 cable, 5 conductor C-Band cable and 6 conductor satellite cable. Hope this is the right NGBen. Archived from groups: alt.video.satellite.4dtv See While it is true the C and Ku need separate coaxes there should be 2 coaxes on the cable, one for each C and Ku. 'Ben' wrote in message news:[email protected]

I'm going to need 100'. That's counting in 10' of extra incase I'm off a little. Does a Ku/C system require an extra conductor or do both signals run down the same coax line? I guess I should open the manual for the Innovation 450i and start reading.:-) If you do have that much cabling you could spare, that would be GREAT. I would obviously be happy to pay for shipping if you're not too far away. I'm in Southern California, Newbury Park.

Ben 'Randy' wrote in message news:[email protected] How long will your cable run be? I have some left over ribbon cable that I would be willing to part with. If you have KU there would be two LNB's on the polar rotor.RP Ben wrote: HII just picked up my first C-Band system yesterday. The guy gave it all to me for free, just to get it out of his yard.

This is what I got: 10' dish LNB with 1 year old turning motor. General Instrument Innovation 450i Motorola 4Dtv DSR905 and one big steel pole (very rusty) He tells me that everything wored perfectly before his wife disconected it. All the caballing had been cut to shreds by his wife. I mean even all the cables coming off the back of the units were sniped at about 3'. Luckily not the power cords. How do I know if what I have includes Ku-Band and how many conductor cable do I need to buy to run between the dish and my units inside?

I have seen RG6 cable, 5 conductor C-Band cable and 6 conductor satellite cable. Hope this is the right NGBen.

Archived from groups: alt.video.satellite.4dtv This may come in handy. It has info on installing and aiming/peaking the dish.

'Ben' wrote in message news:G%[email protected] HII just picked up my first C-Band system yesterday. The guy gave it all to me for free, just to get it out of his yard. This is what I got: 10' dish LNB with 1 year old turning motor. General Instrument Innovation 450i Motorola 4Dtv DSR905 and one big steel pole (very rusty) He tells me that everything wored perfectly before his wife disconected it. All the caballing had been cut to shreds by his wife. I mean even all the cables coming off the back of the units were sniped at about 3'.

Luckily not the power cords. How do I know if what I have includes Ku-Band and how many conductor cable do I need to buy to run between the dish and my units inside? I have seen RG6 cable, 5 conductor C-Band cable and 6 conductor satellite cable. Hope this is the right NGBen. Archived from groups: alt.video.satellite.4dtv WOW, Great link. 'DRLev' wrote in message news:[email protected] See While it is true the C and Ku need separate coaxes there should be 2 coaxes on the cable, one for each C and Ku.

'Ben' wrote in message news:[email protected] I'm going to need 100'. That's counting in 10' of extra incase I'm off a little. Does a Ku/C system require an extra conductor or do both signals run down the same coax line? I guess I should open the manual for the Innovation 450i and start reading.:-) If you do have that much cabling you could spare, that would be GREAT. I would obviously be happy to pay for shipping if you're not too far away.

I'm in Southern California, Newbury Park. Ben 'Randy' wrote in message news:[email protected] How long will your cable run be? I have some left over ribbon cable that I would be willing to part with.

If you have KU there would be two LNB's on the polar rotor.RP Ben wrote: HII just picked up my first C-Band system yesterday. The guy gave it all to me for free, just to get it out of his yard. This is what I got: 10' dish LNB with 1 year old turning motor. General Instrument Innovation 450i Motorola 4Dtv DSR905 and one big steel pole (very rusty) He tells me that everything wored perfectly before his wife disconected it. All the caballing had been cut to shreds by his wife.

I mean even all the cables coming off the back of the units were sniped at about 3'. Luckily not the power cords. How do I know if what I have includes Ku-Band and how many conductor cable do I need to buy to run between the dish and my units inside? I have seen RG6 cable, 5 conductor C-Band cable and 6 conductor satellite cable.

Hope this is the right NGBen. Archived from groups: alt.video.satellite.4dtv On Sat, 24 Jul 2004 20:47:39 -0400, 'Valdivar' wrote: On C band there are 3 video formats used: For consumer/hobbyist reception. There are other formats not available to home viewers/hobbyists. analog -ITC('in the clear') and VC2+ Digicipher 2 -4dtv format (there are other non-4dtv compatible formats) -requires a 4dtv receiver,or sidecar mpeg-2 DVB -free to air (there are many encryption methods) -requires an mpeg-2 dvb free to air receiver cf. Or for more info.

Archived from groups: alt.video.satellite.4dtv First of all the remote for my sidecar was also causing my Innovation 450i to make changes. I would skew up or down on the 4D remote and the 450i would change channels. The one that really got annoying was about 10% of the time hitting Enter on the 4D remote would turn the 450i off. Then I found out I could change the signal pattern on the 4D remote.

I set it to 003. Now then I have another problem someone might be able to help me with. My 4D sidecar does not like to change satellites.

If I bring up the sat list and curser over to say G3 and hit Enter the screen asking me to switch back to my 450i comes up (note: at the top of this screen it still shows the sat and channel I was last on) and I hit Enter again to switch to the 450i. Using the 450i remote I switch to or confirm the correct sat and then I A/D back to the 4D just to find out it never switch to the new sat. I have also tryed using the Guide to switch to G3 but it just stays were I was.

Anyone know what I'm doing wrong? Archived from groups: alt.video.satellite.4dtv Follow the sidecar's manual on this: It tells you to go to the front panel and press the up and down arrow at the SAME time.then change the remote address.(by pressing 'enter'.(the default is A0,use anything but that!).

Then on the remote: 'press the sat key tills it flashes 3 time.then key in a number from 001-003 (corresponds with A1-A3).then hit enter and you're all set!If it accepts it,it will flash to confirm it! The same thing happened to me when I got my Gi550i and dsr-905 4DTV sidecar - TO GO ALONG WITH the Motorola Navigo 401 Star Choice receiver.eee gads.I was going nuts,till I changed the Star Choice's and the sidecar's remote addresses to non-conflicting ones! 'Ben' wrote in message news:[email protected] First of all the remote for my sidecar was also causing my Innovation 450i to make changes. I would skew up or down on the 4D remote and the 450i would change channels.

The one that really got annoying was about 10% of the time hitting Enter on the 4D remote would turn the 450i off. Then I found out I could change the signal pattern on the 4D remote. I set it to 003. Now then I have another problem someone might be able to help me with. My 4D sidecar does not like to change satellites. If I bring up the sat list and curser over to say G3 and hit Enter the screen asking me to switch back to my 450i comes up (note: at the top of this screen it still shows the sat and channel I was last on) and I hit Enter again to switch to the 450i. Using the 450i remote I switch to or confirm the correct sat and then I A/D back to the 4D just to find out it never switch to the new sat.

I have also tryed using the Guide to switch to G3 but it just stays were I was. Anyone know what I'm doing wrong? Ben - Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system.

Innovation 450i

Version: 6.0.732 / Virus Database: 486 - Release Date: 7/29/2004. Archived from groups: alt.video.satellite.4dtv Sorry I confused you but I was able to fix the remote problem, thanks thou. I'm still trying to figure out why the 4D refuses to change satellites sometimes. Ben 'Valdivar' wrote in message news:E%[email protected] Follow the sidecar's manual on this: It tells you to go to the front panel and press the up and down arrow at the SAME time.then change the remote address.(by pressing 'enter'.(the default is A0,use anything but that!). then on the remote: 'press the sat key tills it flashes 3 time.then key in a number from 001-003 (corresponds with A1-A3).then hit enter and you're all set!If it accepts it,it will flash to confirm it!

The same thing happened to me when I got my Gi550i and dsr-905 4DTV sidecar - TO GO ALONG WITH the Motorola Navigo 401 Star Choice receiver.eee gads.I was going nuts,till I changed the Star Choice's and the sidecar's remote addresses to non-conflicting ones! 'Ben' wrote in message news:[email protected] First of all the remote for my sidecar was also causing my Innovation 450i to make changes. I would skew up or down on the 4D remote and the 450i would change channels.

The one that really got annoying was about 10% of the time hitting Enter on the 4D remote would turn the 450i off. Then I found out I could change the signal pattern on the 4D remote. I set it to 003.

Now then I have another problem someone might be able to help me with. My 4D sidecar does not like to change satellites. If I bring up the sat list and curser over to say G3 and hit Enter the screen asking me to switch back to my 450i comes up (note: at the top of this screen it still shows the sat and channel I was last on) and I hit Enter again to switch to the 450i. Using the 450i remote I switch to or confirm the correct sat and then I A/D back to the 4D just to find out it never switch to the new sat. I have also tryed using the Guide to switch to G3 but it just stays were I was. Anyone know what I'm doing wrong?

Ben - Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system. Version: 6.0.732 / Virus Database: 486 - Release Date: 7/29/2004. Archived from groups: alt.video.satellite.4dtv G3 has no digital channels. The 905 cannot tune to analog channels. The only reason that the analog only satellites are in the satellite list is so you can add them to your list of available satellites.

If a satellite is not added to your list it will not appear in the IPG. 'Ben' wrote in message news:[email protected]

First of all the remote for my sidecar was also causing my Innovation 450i to make changes. I would skew up or down on the 4D remote and the 450i would change channels. The one that really got annoying was about 10% of the time hitting Enter on the 4D remote would turn the 450i off.

Then I found out I could change the signal pattern on the 4D remote. I set it to 003. Now then I have another problem someone might be able to help me with. My 4D sidecar does not like to change satellites.

If I bring up the sat list and curser over to say G3 and hit Enter the screen asking me to switch back to my 450i comes up (note: at the top of this screen it still shows the sat and channel I was last on) and I hit Enter again to switch to the 450i. Using the 450i remote I switch to or confirm the correct sat and then I A/D back to the 4D just to find out it never switch to the new sat.

I have also tryed using the Guide to switch to G3 but it just stays were I was. Anyone know what I'm doing wrong? Ben. Archived from groups: alt.video.satellite.4dtv What's an IPG? 'DRLev' wrote in message news:[email protected] G3 has no digital channels. The 905 cannot tune to analog channels.

The only reason that the analog only satellites are in the satellite list is so you can add them to your list of available satellites. If a satellite is not added to your list it will not appear in the IPG. 'Ben' wrote in message news:[email protected] First of all the remote for my sidecar was also causing my Innovation 450i to make changes. I would skew up or down on the 4D remote and the 450i would change channels. The one that really got annoying was about 10% of the time hitting Enter on the 4D remote would turn the 450i off.

Then I found out I could change the signal pattern on the 4D remote. I set it to 003. Now then I have another problem someone might be able to help me with.

My 4D sidecar does not like to change satellites. If I bring up the sat list and curser over to say G3 and hit Enter the screen asking me to switch back to my 450i comes up (note: at the top of this screen it still shows the sat and channel I was last on) and I hit Enter again to switch to the 450i. Using the 450i remote I switch to or confirm the correct sat and then I A/D back to the 4D just to find out it never switch to the new sat. I have also tryed using the Guide to switch to G3 but it just stays were I was. Anyone know what I'm doing wrong? Ben. Archived from groups: alt.video.satellite.4dtv I'm not sure what 'IPG' stands for,but Iknow the 'G' refers to 'Guide.'

'Interactive Program Guide' maybe. 'Ben' wrote in message news:[email protected] What's an IPG? 'DRLev' wrote in message news:[email protected] G3 has no digital channels.

The 905 cannot tune to analog channels. The only reason that the analog only satellites are in the satellite list is so you can add them to your list of available satellites. If a satellite is not added to your list it will not appear in the IPG. 'Ben' wrote in message news:[email protected] First of all the remote for my sidecar was also causing my Innovation 450i to make changes.

I would skew up or down on the 4D remote and the 450i would change channels. The one that really got annoying was about 10% of the time hitting Enter on the 4D remote would turn the 450i off. Then I found out I could change the signal pattern on the 4D remote. International booty 5. I set it to 003.

Now then I have another problem someone might be able to help me with. My 4D sidecar does not like to change satellites. If I bring up the sat list and curser over to say G3 and hit Enter the screen asking me to switch back to my 450i comes up (note: at the top of this screen it still shows the sat and channel I was last on) and I hit Enter again to switch to the 450i. Using the 450i remote I switch to or confirm the correct sat and then I A/D back to the 4D just to find out it never switch to the new sat. I have also tryed using the Guide to switch to G3 but it just stays were I was.

Anyone know what I'm doing wrong? Ben - Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system. Version: 6.0.732 / Virus Database: 486 - Release Date: 7/29/2004. Archived from groups: alt.video.satellite.4dtv Interactive Programming Guide 'Valdivar' wrote in message news:[email protected] I'm not sure what 'IPG' stands for,but Iknow the 'G' refers to 'Guide.' 'Interactive Program Guide' maybe.

'Ben' wrote in message news:[email protected] What's an IPG? 'DRLev' wrote in message news:[email protected] G3 has no digital channels. The 905 cannot tune to analog channels. The only reason that the analog only satellites are in the satellite list is so you can add them to your list of available satellites. If a satellite is not added to your list it will not appear in the IPG.

'Ben' wrote in message news:[email protected] First of all the remote for my sidecar was also causing my Innovation 450i to make changes. I would skew up or down on the 4D remote and the 450i would change channels.

The one that really got annoying was about 10% of the time hitting Enter on the 4D remote would turn the 450i off. Then I found out I could change the signal pattern on the 4D remote. I set it to 003. Now then I have another problem someone might be able to help me with. My 4D sidecar does not like to change satellites. If I bring up the sat list and curser over to say G3 and hit Enter the screen asking me to switch back to my 450i comes up (note: at the top of this screen it still shows the sat and channel I was last on) and I hit Enter again to switch to the 450i. Using the 450i remote I switch to or confirm the correct sat and then I A/D back to the 4D just to find out it never switch to the new sat.

I have also tryed using the Guide to switch to G3 but it just stays were I was. Anyone know what I'm doing wrong? Ben - Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system.

Version: 6.0.732 / Virus Database: 486 - Release Date: 7/29/2004. Archived from groups: alt.video.satellite.4dtv A word of caution with the 905.

NEVER select a satellite from the satellite menu that has no digital channels! If you do, you will lock up the 905, and you will have to unplug/replug to get it working again. You have to include the satellite without digital channels in the satellite menu, or else the analog channels on that particular satellite will not show up in the program guide.

When you change satellites, the 905 is supposed to show that screen saying 'you have selected a satellite. Be sure to select the equivalent satellite on your analog satellite receiver.

Your system will only move to the necessary satellite if you have also selected the satellite on your analog receiver. GO TO ANALOG MODE' ( 'go to analog mode' is a highlighted item). If you push 'enter' on the remote, the 905 will switch to analog mode (so that you can change your analog receiver), then you have to push the A/D button to go back to digital. This is the way the programmers at Motorola designed it. You cannot change this.

If you don't want to go to analog mode when you select a satellite on the 905, simply push 'exit' on the remote when you get the GO TO ANALOG MODE screen. The screen will just simply go away. 'Jim' wrote in message news:[email protected] Interactive Programming Guide 'Valdivar' wrote in message news:[email protected] I'm not sure what 'IPG' stands for,but Iknow the 'G' refers to 'Guide.' 'Interactive Program Guide' maybe.

'Ben' wrote in message news:[email protected] What's an IPG? 'DRLev' wrote in message news:[email protected] G3 has no digital channels. The 905 cannot tune to analog channels.

The only reason that the analog only satellites are in the satellite list is so you can add them to your list of available satellites. If a satellite is not added to your list it will not appear in the IPG. 'Ben' wrote in message news:[email protected] First of all the remote for my sidecar was also causing my Innovation 450i to make changes.

I would skew up or down on the 4D remote and the 450i would change channels. The one that really got annoying was about 10% of the time hitting Enter on the 4D remote would turn the 450i off. Then I found out I could change the signal pattern on the 4D remote. I set it to 003. Now then I have another problem someone might be able to help me with. My 4D sidecar does not like to change satellites.

If I bring up the sat list and curser over to say G3 and hit Enter the screen asking me to switch back to my 450i comes up (note: at the top of this screen it still shows the sat and channel I was last on) and I hit Enter again to switch to the 450i. Using the 450i remote I switch to or confirm the correct sat and then I A/D back to the 4D just to find out it never switch to the new sat. I have also tryed using the Guide to switch to G3 but it just stays were I was.

Anyone know what I'm doing wrong? Ben - Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system. Version: 6.0.732 / Virus Database: 486 - Release Date: 7/29/2004.