Advanced Terrestrial>IP Multiscreen Server
The terrestrial TV airscreen Server™ can receive up to 4 transponders and stream selected SD/HD TV & Radio programs to 4 Client devices over LAN/WLAN or Powerline allowing users to watch live digital terrestrial TV on their tablets, smart phones, smart TVs, game consoles and connected video player devices with compatible software/application. The airscreen Server™ streams out programs that were selected by the Client devices and maintains encryption (for pay-TV channels) intact. The airscreen Server™ features a DLNA/UPnP compatible Server mode that allows DLNA/UPnP Client devices and applications such as DLNA-compatible TVs or Media Players to access the Live terrestrial TV and Radio streams over the LAN/WLAN or Powerline, too.
DLNA/UPnP Clients access and navigate through live TV programs using a channel list provided by the airscreen Server™. The channel list can be edited/ exported/imported through the device’s configuration and management menus which are accessible over a simple and intuitive web interface. Further, the airscreen Server™ features a multicast mode allowing it to be configured as an IPTV headend that can distribute selected programs as IP multicast streams through the site’s LAN over its network interface.
■ 4 Tuners, Receiving Digital Terrestrial TV and converting to IP
■ Streaming Live SD/HD TV & Radio programs to 4 compatible Clients over LAN/WLAN / Powerline
■ DLNA-compatible Server mode supporting DLNA Client devices and/or apps
■ Multicast Server mode
■ Web-based device configuration and management (password protected)
■ Support MPEG2 TS and PS over IP, Unicast and Multicast
■ Firmware update over LAN or online over the internet
|Front-End Type||4x DVB-T|
|Input connector||1x IEC 60169-2 female(75Ω)|
|Network LAN||1x RJ45 (10/100/1000Mbps)|
|Network protocols||HTTP/HTTPS, DHCP, UDP, IGMP, UPnP, RTP, RTCP, RTSP UPnP/DLNA-compatible server|
|Management||Web-based configuraion; password protected login|
|Power supply||External AC/DC adaptor, Main Input 100-240VAC ~, 50/60 Hz DC Output to receiver 6V, 2A max. Operating mode: max. 12W|
|Control and Display||1x On/Off switch button 4x Client LED, x1 Network activity LED, x1 On/Off LED 1x reset button|
|Accessories||Installation Manual in 2 languages AC/DC power adaptor|
|Size||W 115mm x D 115mm x H25mm|
|Regulations||CE compliance: 2004/108/EC (EMC Directive), 2006/95/EC (Low Voltage Directive), 2011/65/EC (RoHS Directive), 2009/125/EC (Eco- design Directive): Commission Regulation (EC) No. 278/2009 (Power consumption of external power supplies)|
- Check you LAN cable and make sure it is connected to the right port on your router.
- You need to make sure that DHCP is activated on your local network, in this way the airscreen server will get his IP address autocratically.
- Make sure your connection is fast enough. The cabling between our airscreen server and the router should be 1Gbit/s and the Wi-Fi standard for connected clients should be at least 802.11n (150Mbit/s).
- Check your satellite signal and the coaxial cable.
- Check if the power cord is properly connected to the socket and the receiver.
- Make sure that the main switch on the back of the box is switched on.