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Satellite TV 


Nomad 2| Installation 


Manual 


v.1 3) MotoSAT 


© MOTOSAT 2005 | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 


901-NOMAD 2-IM Rev. 06.06.08 


TABLE OF CONTENT 


Page 
Parts included with your system........................... 3 
Nomad 2 specifications.............................. 3 
Nomad 2 designed for use with............................. 4 
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Mount Cable Connections.................................. 6 
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Dish Network Separators 
DirecTV B-Band Converters 
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Programming of Nomad 2 Controller..................... 14 
Programming Options (by service)........................ 15 
Troubleshooting and LED Error Codes ................... 16 
Limitations of systems 
MID FOOD ous 17 
MSC60 and HD-SC2.............................. 18 
Clearance, Orientation and footprints..................... 19 
Emergency TOME MN Rs st 20 
Software Upgrade Options................................. 21 
Software Upgrade Procedures.............................. 22 


NOMAD 2 Universal Controller Bill of Materials: 


The NOMAD 2 Universal Controller Systems (when shipped with a mount of choice) is shipped 
with the following components: 


Components shipped with NOMAD 2 Controller: 
- NOMAD 2 Universal Controller 
- 12 VDC 4 AMP Power Supply 
- User Guide and Installation Manual 


Components shipped with your MOUNT of choice: 
- 30’ Control Cable 
- 30’ Coax Cable 


Included 





NOMAD 2 Universal Controller 
Specifications 


- 11” Wide 

- 7.5” Deep 

- 1.250” Height 

- 2.7 Ibs. Weight 

- Voltage Requirements: 12VDC 4 AMP power supply (supplied) 


Nomad 2 Controller 


Designed to be used with 


SKEWABLE Mounts (Azimuth/Elevation/Skew) NON-SKEWABLE Mounts (Azimuth/Elevation) 


Model Number Model Number 


MD500 EXECUTIVE 18” / 24” 
MD1000.2 

MHDTV 

MSC-60 

HD-SL5 

HD-DP3 

HD-SC2 


First Time Setup 


TO PROGRAM 
Step 1: 
Make sure your Nomad 2 is turned OFF: 
> Note: The Nomad 2 is OFF when the green light next to the power button is not 
lit. 
Step 2: 
Locate the FIND, STOW and POWER buttons on the Nomad 2: 
> Read the following steps carefully before beginning — 
e Press and hold down together the FIND and STOW buttons, while 
continuing to hold..... 
e Press the POWER button once and release 
e Continue holding down the FIND and STOW buttons for an additional 5 
seconds. 
> This will put the Nomad 2 into a Program Mode. 
Step 3: 
Refer to the Programming Options to determine what Program Mode settings you will 
need for the type of MotoSAT system you have: 
> Use the FIND or STOW button to navigate through the different settings on the 
front LED panel of the Nomad 2. 
> When the light configuration on the Nomad 2 matches the Programming Options 
press the POWER button to turn off the Nomad 2. 
> This will store the configuration that you have set. 
Step 4: 
Turn on the Nomad 2 by pressing the POWER button. Wait 5 seconds for the Nomad 2 to 
perform startup sequences. 


TEST DISH 
Step 5: 
To complete a “Test Dish”: 
> Turn power on 
> Push both the FIND and STOW buttons at the same time. 
> You will see the STOW light blink. It is indicating that the dish is moving. 
> When the Test Dish is completed, the STOW light will stop blinking and go solid. 


TO LOCATE SATELLITE 
Step 6: 
Press the FIND button. 
> This will locate your satellite(s) based upon the configuration settings that have 
been programmed. 


MOUNT CABLE CONNECTIONS 


First Time Installation: 


l- Plug in all necessary cable connections to the back of the NOMAD 2 (see Nomad 2 
Universal Controller Rear View.) Note: Plugging the receiver and NOMAD 2 controller 
into an independent power strip is recommended. 

2- Connect coax from NOMAD 2 to Mount. 


TWO OUTPUT CONNECTOR FOUR OUTPUT CONNECTOR 
Executive 18/24”, MD500, HD-SL5, HD-SC2 
MHDTV, MD1000.2, MSC60 





When using the HD-DP3 for a Dish Network system, this connection is 
used for “IN” only and not used for “OUT”. Its use is for input from an 
external dish. Do not use this connection to input to the Nomad 2 or 
input to a satellite receiver. 


FRONT PANEL BUTTONS 





NOMAD 2 UNIVERSAL CONTROLLER “FRONT” PANEL 


POWER: (Provides power to the Nomad 2 Controller) 


FIND: (Find Satellite) 
Pressing the Find button will begin the dish “search” to locate and lock onto the 
“main” satellite. 
For non-skewable single LNB dishes pressing the FIND button, while on satellite 
enables you to switch between multiple satellites. Pressing the FIND button while 
locked onto a satellite will direct the system to go to the next satellite in order 
such as: 
e DIRECTV can toggle between 101 and 119. 
e Dish Network can toggle between satellites 110 and 119. 
e Dish Network International East can toggle between satellites 61.5, 110, 
and 119. 
e Dish Network International West can toggle between satellites 110, 119 
and 148 
e Dish Network High Definition can toggle between satellites 110, 119 and 
129 (Note: You must have a High Definition receiver to receive the High 
Definition signals) 
e Bell ExpressVu can toggle between satellites 82 and 91. 
For Skewable multi-LNB dishes pressing the Find Button will locate all satellites 
available with your LNB configuration simultaneously. 


For Programming Services and their Assigned Satellites see 
“Nomad 2 Programming Modes” 


STOW: (Stowing the Dish) 
Pressing this button returns the dish to its stowed or travel position. 


FRONT PANEL LED’S 





LNB: When lit, this LED indicates the coax cable from the receiver has been correctly 
connected to the NOMAD 2 Universal Controller, and the receiver has power. (Note: 
The LNB LED is illuminated once the coax cable of the receiver has been connected, but 
does NOT indicate the Controller has power). 


LOCK: When lit, this LED indicates the “strongest” or “highest” signal strength of the 
satellite has been achieved and is locked onto the desired satellite. 


DVB: When lit, indicates that the DVB (Digital Video Broadcast) is powered up and 
ready to identify satellites. 


PEAK: When lit, this LED indicates the dish has found a signal and is adjusting for the 
“strongest” or “highest” signal strength of the satellite. It will turn off after satellite 
“Lock” has been achieved. 


FIND: When the “Find” button has been pressed, the Find LED will blink (indicating 
that the dish is moving) until a satellite has been found and identified and can then 
establish a connection. Once the satellite has been identified, the Find LED will remain 
solid. (The Stow LED also blinks when motors are moving.) If the Nomad 2 is locked 
onto a satellite with a skewable dish, pressing the “Find” button again will activate a re- 
peak routine which will verify the dish alignment to the satellite for optimum signal level 
for the skewable dishes, the MD500 (for Dish Network) and the MHDTV (for DirecTV). 
Pressing the Find button on non-skewable dishes (Executive 18” and 24”) allows you to 
toggle between satellites if so programmed to do so. 


STOW: When the “Stow” button is pressed, the Stow LED will blink indicating motor 
movement as the dish is being stowed. Once the dish has been stowed, the Stow LED 
will remain solid for a short period of time and then the power will automatically turn off. 


REAR CONNECTIONS 


To Satellite Receiver 
“Satellite In” 
Power Connector From Dish 


Control Cable 


Maintenance Port 





POWER CONNECTOR 


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Power Connector: Is used to connect the 12 VDC 4 AMP power supply to provide power to the 
NOMAD 2 Universal Controller. (Note: Only use the power supply provided by MotoSAT.) 


CONTROL CABLE CONNECTOR 
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Black 
Brown 
Red 
Orange 
Yellow 
Green 
Blue 
White 
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Control Cable: Connects the mount by way of a 9 pin conductor cable to the NOMAD 2 
Universal Controller. The cable is color coordinated for exact connection configuration. (See 
Figure Below) 


Maintenance Port: Used to provide software upgrades. 


Satellite in (on Receiver): Coax connection used to connect the NOMAD 2 Universal 
Controller to the satellite/LNB connection on the satellite receiver. 


From Dish: Coax connection from the dish to the NOMAD 2 Universal Controller. 


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SAMPLE WIRING FOR 
EXECUTIVE MOUNT 


NOMAD 2 SETUP DIAGRAM 


This diagram shows a setup of equipment for using a Nomad 2 with a receiver 


12¥ damp Power Supply 





RECEIVER INFORMATION 


NON-SKEWABLE Open Faced mounts. 

If your satellite receiver is a Dish 500 or Dish Pro and 
you remove it from your home to your RV, you will need to 
perform a “Check Switch” while the non-skewable dish is 
in the STOWED POSITION. Your screen upon completion 
of the “Check Switch” should have 8 X’s in the check boxes 
meaning that the “Check Switch” failed. This procedure 
must be accomplished before you “FIND” satellite. Failure 
to do so will result in improper operation of the receiver. 


DISH NETWORK SEPARATOR 


*NOTE: If a Dish Network Separator is used IT 


MUST BE PLACED AF TER THE NOMAD 2 AND 
JUST BEFORE THE SATELLITE RECEIVER. Failure 
to do so will result in improper operation of the satellite 
receiver. 


DIRECTV B-BAND CONVERTERS 


**NOTE: Ifa DirecTV B-band Converter Module 


(BBC) is used, IT MUST BE PLACED BEFORE THE 
NOMAD 2. Failure to do so will result in not receiving 
one of the Ka Band satellites. 


WIRING LEGEND 
Open Face TV Mounts 


The Control Cable ( 9 conductors, colored coded, 22Awg stranded) that connects to the mount 
with a twist lock connector is configured in the following manner: 


Color Code Pin Designation 
Black 1 
*Brown 2 
*Red 3 
Orange 4 
Yellow 5 
Green 6 
Blue 7 
White 8 
**Purple 9 


Mount Destination 


Motor, Azimuth Positive 


Motor, Azimuth/Skew Negative 


Motor, Elevation/Skew Positive 


Motor, Elevation Negative 


Sensor Count, Azimuth 


Sensor Count Ground, 
Azimuth/Elevation 


Sensor Count, Elevation 
LED Power 


Sensor Count, Skew 


Counts 
per Degree 


3.408 


5.034 


8.500 


* The Brown and Red are used to Skew the Dish. These wires control the Skew motors 
when directed by the Nomad 2 Controller. They will be used to control the skewable 
systems. They include the MD500/MD1000.2/MHDTV/MSC60 and HD mounts. Applying 
12 volt power directly to these wires will skew the dish. 
**The Purple cable is for use on skewable dishes to return counts but it WILL NOT effect 


the operations of a non-skewable dish when it is connected (or not connected). 


The Mount is coil wrapped inside with the following cables and wire: 
2ea RGI179 Teflon coated coax cables (HD Mount comes standard with 4. All other 
mounts come standard with 2 but can be ordered with 4 if requested.) 
lea Control Cable, 9 conductor cable, colored coded, 22Awg stranded. This cable is 
molded with a twist lock connector on one end and manually terminated at the 


Nomad 2 end with a 9 pin connector. 


2, 3 or 4 ea RG179 coax cables terminated at the LNB will provide additional cabling for 


multiple receivers. 


lea Green and White 22Awg stranded wires carry the positive (white voltage) and 
negative (green ground) to the LED which is used to illuminate the dish face. 


PROGRAMMING 
NOMAD®#®®2 





TO PROGRAM YOUR NOMAD 2 CONTROLLER 
1. Turn the Nomad power “OFF” 
2. Hold both the ‘Find’ and ‘Stow’ buttons down and press the 
Power Button “ON” 
3. Continue to hold ‘Find’ and ‘Stow’ button down for an additional 
5 seconds after releasing the Power button 
4. Release the ‘Find’ and ‘Stow’ buttons at this point and the front 
display lights will show the current satellite mode of the unit 
(Note: No Lights indicate “Dish Network Non-Skewable mode.” 
5. Use the ‘Find’ and ‘Stow’ buttons to cycle through the light 
(LED) patterns until the desired configuration is shown. 
. Turn the ‘Power’ off to store the programmed settings. 
7. When you turn “Power” back on, it is recommended do a Test 
Dish or “Find” satellite. 


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NOMAD 2 PROGRAMMING OPTIONS 


By Service 
For software version V25 or higher 























































































































Multi 
MODEL NUMBER | Skewable Orbital Position eh Nomad 2 LED(s) 
Executive 18"/24" NO 101° Only NO FIND 
Executive 18"/24" NO 101° or 119° NO PEAK / FIND 
MHDTV YES 101° / 110° / 119° YES FIND / STOW 
HD-SL5 YES 99/101/103/110/119 YES FIND / STOW 
Executive 18/24" NO 119° or 110° NO NO LIGHTS 
Executive 18/24" NO 119° or 110° or 61.5° NO DVB / PEAK/ FIND 
Executive 18"/24" NO 119° or 110° or 129° NO LOCK / FIND 
Executive 18"/24" NO 119° or 110° or 148° NO LOCK 
MD500 YES 119° / 110° YES STOW 
MD1000.2 YES 119° / 110° / 129° YES LOCK / STOW 
HD-DP3 YES 119° / 110° / 129° YES LOCK / STOW 
Executive 18"/24" NO 82° or 91° NO PEAK 
MD500 YES 82° / 91° YES PEAK / STOW 
MSC60 YES 107.3°/111.1° YES PEAK / FIND / STOW 
HD-SC2 YES 107.3° / 111.1° YES PEAK / FIND / STOW 
SKEWABLE YES Continuous Motion N/A DVB / FIND / STOW 
NON-SKEWABLE NO Continuous Motion N/A DVB / PEAK 




















Note: The FREEDOM (fixed dome) will function with the Nomad 2. It is not recommended. 
It may be programmed as a NON-SKEWABLE system for any of the above 
NON-SKEWABLE configurations. At the push of the FIND Button it will 
toggle sequentially though the satellites for which it is programmed. 





Nomad 2 Program LED’s. 


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TROUBLESHOOTING 


Before accepting any of the flashing LED codes, perform a TEST DISH to see 
if the error continues. If it does then you can follow the information listed 
below. If the problem persists and you can find no solution then please call 
our Technical Support Line 800-247-7496 for further assistance. 





ERROR CODES ARE FLASHING LED LIGHTS AT 1 SECOND INTERVALS 


LED FLASHING ERROR MEANING |POSSIBLE CAUSE AND SOLUTION 


Stow This is not an error but {If Stow is flashing and the mount is not 
indicates the motors are [moving look for a stripped gear 
moving 

Find 


Invalid Mode selected, |Reprogram the Nomad Controller 
Skewable vs. Non- 
Skewable. 


Find and Stow Invalid Mode. Reprogram the Nomad Controller 

Peak Motor Time Out. No Dish blocked from moving or bad Elevation 
counts in Elevation. Sensor 

Peak and Stow Motor Time Out. No Dish blocked from moving or bad Azimuth 
counts in Azimuth. Sensor 

Peak and Find Motor Time Out. No Dish blocked from moving or bad Skew 
counts in Skew. Sensor 

Peak, Find and Stow Limit Error in Elevation |Dish blocked from moving or bad Elevation 
movement. Sensor 

DVB Limit Error in Azimuth Dish blocked from moving or bad Azimuth 
movement. Sensor 











DVB and Stow Limit Error in Skew Dish blocked from moving or bad Skew 
movement. Sensor 
DVB and Peak Only Main satellite found.|Dish line of sight blocked, try different 
location 


DVB, Peak and Stow Main satellite not found |Dish line of sight blocked, try different 
but Secondary satellite 


was. 
DVB, Peak, Find and Stow {Signal lost, NO LNB Check Satellite Receiver power 
Power 


No satellite found. Dish line of sight blocked, try different 
location, possible connection or LNB failure 


Lock and Stow Over Temperature on Operational limit of your electronics has 
Satellite Receiver. been exceeded, provide proper ventilation 


Lock and Find Dish did not raise high |Dish blocked from moving or bad Elevation 
enough. Sensor 





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MD1000.2 LIMITATIONS 


NOTE: The MD1000.2 has 2 limitations that can affect its operation. 

1. The MD1000.2 has the same limitations that exist with the Dish Network 
D1000.2 home coverage. Coverage may be limited due to the footprint of the 
satellite signal on the 129° High Definition Satellite. You will be able to receive 
programming on the other two (2) satellites (110° and 119°) when in the shaded 
areas but may have decreased signal strength on the 129¢ satellite which may affect 
your programming. This limited coverage may extend past the shaded areas but is 
known to be a problem within the shaded areas. Please call Dish Network (888- 
248-7116) for any additional information. 


fj = DISH NETWORK SATELLITE 129° 
HIGH DEFINITION 
LIMITED OR NO COVERAGE 





2. The size of the dish makes wind loading a factor. While under most 
circumstances you will not be affected but when winds reach an excess of 30-40 
MPH (depending upon the direction of the wind) you could experience the mount 
being moved off the satellite. If this should happen, simply press the “FIND”? 
button and the system will re-peak for signal strength or re-find as required. 


STAR CHOICE 
MSC60 and HD-SC2 LIMITATIONS 


NOTE: The MSC60 and HD-SC2 has 2 limitations that can affect its 
operation. 

1. They have the same limitations that exist with the Star Choice home 
coverage. Coverage may be limited due to the footprint of the satellite signal as 
well as antenna size, on the Star Choice Satellites. You will be able to lock on 
satellite outside of the specified area but may no be able to lock on satellite in the 
zone marked. This limited coverage may extend past the marked area but is known 
to be a problem within this area. As of the printing of this manual there is not a 
solution for the MSC60 and HD-SC2 systems working properly within this area. 


Satellite acquisition 


with the MSC60 
and HD-SC2 is 
questionable within 
this area. 





2. The size of the dish makes “wind loading” a factor. While under most 
circumstances you will not be affected but when winds reach an excess of 30-40 
MPH (depending upon the direction of the wind) you could experience the mount 
being moved off the satellite. If this should happen, simply press the “FIND” 
button and the system will re-peak for signal strength or re-find as required. 


TV MOUNT CLEARANCES, ORIENTATION 
AND FOOTPRINTS 


Your installation planning must account for proper orientation of the Mount and Clamshell, and for all required clearances 
and space requirements. Refer to the chart below (and your tape measure) BEFORE BEGINNING INSTALLATION 


FOR OPEN-FACED MOUNTS: FOR DOME-STYLE MOUNTS: 


REAR OF COACH REAR OF COACH 





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EMERGENCY STOW 


Stowing the dish when all else fails. 
If you are able to go onto the roof - 

1. Unplug the “Green” 9 pin connector from the back of the NOMAD 2. This 
will release “dynamic braking” that holds the mount in position. The mount 
may now be rotated manually. 

2. Go to the roof where you can carefully apply a slight continuous amount of 
force to move the dish into an acceptable position for traveling. In Azimuth, 
rotate the mount in a counter clock wise direction to move to the proper 
stowed position. 

3. Plug the “Green” 9 pin connector back into the Nomad 2. 

4. Call Tech Support when you can perform additional trouble shooting. 


If you are unable to go onto the roof — 

The dish can be manipulated by applying 12 volt DC power to specific wires in 
the control cable located in the back of the NOMAD 2 (see Control Cable Connector on 
Rear Connection page.) The 12 Volts going to your NOMAD 2 controller’s 3 pin 
“green” connector (see Power Connections on Rear Connection page) can be used as the 
12 volt DC power source. 

1. ELEVATION - Orange and Red wires (reversing polarity will change 


direction) 

2. AZIMUTH - Black and Brown (reversing polarity will change 
direction.) 

3. SKEW - Brown and Red wires (reversing polarity will change 
direction.) 


If a chain or motor/gearbox assembly is broken, the dish will have to be stowed by 
hand. 


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SOFTWARE UPGRADE OPTIONS 


Software upgrades can be conducted in two (2) different ways. 

1. The latest version of software for your system is available on line on the 
MotoSAT WEB site http://www.motosat.com/downloads/tv/index.asp. To load it 
into your Nomad 2 from your computer: 

a. You must have a special cable which is available from MotoSAT and 
can be ordered using part number 406-D15M-SER-D9F (Cable Assembly, Nomad 
2, Serial, DSub 15 to DSub 9) for the cost of $23.40 

b. You must have a computer that has a serial port available or a USB to 
Serial Adaptor which can be purchased from Radio Shack. 

c. Simply follow the instructions listed in this manual for “Nomad 1 and 
Nomad 2 Software Update.” 





2. The latest version of software for your system is available in module form. To 
take advantage of this effortless upgrade simply: 

a. Order part number 252-NOMAD2-PM (Program Module, Nomad 2 Current 
Version.) All you pay is the shipping (both ways.) We do this by charging 
you freight one way and we will include a pre-paid UPS Return Tag for the 
return of the module. The total transaction will cost around $12.00 to 
$14.00. It must be paid with Credit Card which will insure that the module 
is returned. The module MUST be returned to MotoSAT within 30 days or 
your Credit Card will be billed an additional charge of $65.95 (the cost ofa 
replacement module.) 

b. Updating the software using the Program Module can be done in less than 5 
minutes. It comes with installation instructions. All you do is plug it into 
the Maintenance Port on the back of the Nomad 2 (see Rear Connection 
page) and follow the instructions listed on the device when it arrives. 


Whether you chose to do the upgrade the software though your computer or use 
our easy to use Program Module, you will be able to take advantage of software 
improvements as they happen. Not all upgrades will affect you. Read the “Nomad 2 
Revision History” next to the latest version of software to see if you would benefit by 
loading it. If the changes do not reflect a solution to something that may be affecting you 
then do not load it. If you think that you will benefit by loading it then you have the two 
above options available. 


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82 MotoSAT 


MOBILE SATELLITE SYSTEMS 


29 Jun ‘07 


Nomad 1 & Nomad 2 
Software Update 


Required Equipment 
1. Computer with 9 Pin Serial Port out (or adaptor). 
2. Special 9-15 Pin Serial Cable (MotoSAT Part # CBL-SERIAL-DATA-10). A special 
configured cable that is available only through MotoSAT. Cost $19.00 PS&H. 


Overview 
Nomad & Nomad 2 Software Update 


This procedure outlines how to update the Nomad series controllers via your computer. A 
few key things to note are: 





*An automatic software upgrade module (MotoSAT Part # Module-Nomad (1) or 
(2)) is available through MotoSAT if a computer isn’t available. This module 
attaches directly to the back of the Nomad series controller enabling it to load the 
new software. It can be ordered at No Charge. Customer will pay shipping (both 
ways). Module must be returned otherwise customer will be billed $65.00 against 
their Credit Card. Contact MotoSAT’s Tech Support for more information.* 


For Any further questions, please contact MotoSAT’s Tech Support team at: 
support@motosat.com 


Updating the Nomad 1 & Nomad 2 Controller 


Step 1-Opening HyperTerminal 
e TURN OFF THE NOMAD CONTROLLER 


e You now need to start a program on your computer to communicate with the Nomad. This 
Program is called HYPERTERMINAL. It can be found by clicking the START BUTTON, then 
click ALL PROGRAMS, then click ACCESSORIES, then click COMMUNICATIONS, then 
click HYPERTERMINAL. 


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e You must now enter properties for connecting using COM 1. 


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NOMAD 1 
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Data bits: 8 
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Stop bits: 1 
Flow control: Xon / Xoff 


For the NOMAD 2, use the following: 
NOMAD 2 
Bits per second: 115200 
Data bits: 8 
Parity: None 
Stop bits: 1 
Flow control: Xon / Xoff 


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e After clicking “OK”, In the HyperTerminal window, click FILE, then PROPERTIES, then 
click the SETTINGS tab. Click the ASCII SETUP button. Change the LINE DELAY setting 
from 0, to 100. 


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ASCII Setup. [C] Force incoming data to 7-bit ASCII 


| C Play sound when connecting or disconnecting 


Wrap lines that exceed terminal width 








YOUR HYPERTERMINAL SETTINGS ARE NOW CONFIGURED 


Step 3- Loading software to the Nomad 
e TURN ON YOUR CONTROLLER AND PRESS THE * KEY [SHIFT+8] ON THE 
KEYBOARD, WITHIN 3 SECONDS AFTER POWERING THE CONTROLLER ON. 


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File Edit View Call Transfer Help 


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MC68HC12D60A Serial Bootloader v1.0 
Copyright (c) 2004 MotoSAT Inc. 

D Television Products 

For commands type “help” 


local> 














Connected 0:01:06 Auto detect 9600 8-N-1 


IF NOTHING APPEARS YOU HAVE CHOSEN THE WRONG COM PORT-REFER TO THE 
HYPERTERMINAL SETUP AND RECONFIGURE 


IF YOU SEE ‘GAIN ADJUSTED’ YOU HAVE TAKEN TOO LONG TO PRESS THE * KEY. 
RETRY THE CONTROLLER POWER ON CYCLE AGAIN 


e If done correctly, the following screen will appear: 


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UPgrade - Hyperterminal 
File Edit View Call Transfer Help 


DS #5 DE 


MC68HC12D60A Serial Bootloader v1.0 
Copyright (c) 2004 MotoSAT Inc. 

HD Television Products 

For commands type “help” 


local> 





Connected 0:01:06 Auto detect 9600 8-N-1 


e At the local> prompt, type fbulk and press the ENTER key. 

e YOU WILL RECEIVE THE local> PROMPT BACK 

e At the local> prompt, type fload and press the ENTER key. 

e YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE THE local> PROMPT THIS TIME 

e You can now send software to the Nomad for updating. On the HyperTerminal window 
click TRANSFER, then click SEND TEXT FILE. 

e Browse for the Nomad file you wish to send to the Nomad controller. Usually it can be 
found on your DESKTOP, or in MY DOCUMENTS. 


UPgrade - HyperTerminal 
File Edit View Cal MCE 
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MC68HC12D6l loader v1.0 
Copyright LPS AT Inc. 

HD Television Products 

For commands type “help” 


local>fbulk 
local>fload 








[wl 





Sends a text file to the remote system 





e The file will then load indicated by stars across the screen as shown below: 


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¢ UPgrade - HyperTerminal 
File Edit View Call Transfer Help 


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MC68HC12D60A Serial Bootloader v1.9 
Copyright (c) 2004 MotoSAT Inc. 

HD Television Products 

For commands type “help” 


local>fbulk 
local>fload 


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local> 





Auto detect 9600 8-N-1 





e When the software has been loaded, you will again receive the local> prompt. 
e Type default at this prompt, then press the ENTER button. 


YOUR NOMAD 1 or 2 HAS NOW BEEN UPGRADED! 


YOU MUST NOW RUN A TEST DISH IN ORDER TO ENSURE PROPER 
FUNCTIONALITY. 


e Nomad 1 Test Dish Procedure 

You will need to run a TESTDISH. Do this by turning off the nomad, placing 
Switch 1 in the on or up position, turning on the nomad, and waiting for 
the test dish to finish. Turn off the nomad, change Switch 1 back to the off 
or down position and turn the nomad back on. 





BE SURE TO HAVE THE 3®° SWITCH UP IF THE DISH YOU ARE USING HAS A 
SKEWABLE FACE! 


e Nomad 2 Test Dish Procedure 
Simply press the SEARCH AND STOW BUTTONS AT THE SAME TIME. This will run a test 
dish on your system. 





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1955 South Milestone Dr. Salt Lake City, UT 84104 


www.motosat.com 
1.800.247.7486 





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