Advanced SAT-IP Multi-Screen Server
The airscreen Server™ is a fully compliant and certified SAT>IP Server with 4 tuners. The airscreen Server™ can receive up to 4 transponders and stream selected SD/HD TV & Radio programs to 4 Client devices over LAN/WLAN allowing users to watch live satellite 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 SAT>IP Clients 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 (that are not SAT>IP compatible Clients) such as DLNA-compatible TVs or Media Players to access the Live satellite TV and Radio streams over the LAN/WLAN 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. Through its built in DLNA/UPnP compatible server, the airscreen Server� will soon be able to turn a connected USB drive into a network media share for the Client devices to access around the home or set as a local network PVR.
The airscreen Server� can be connected to the home LAN/WLAN router/access point over its Ethernet port via an Ethernet cable or through a HomePlug AV or PLC (Ethernet over power line) adaptors. The development of the SAT>IP protocol was led by SES-Astra for its customers who are seeking to benefit from the increasing popularity of tablet and smart phone devices and address the change in how viewers consume their TV content and their ultimate demand for TV anywhere on any screen. Apart of the initial satellite version, terrestrial and cable front ends are coming soon. �
For more information on the SAT>IP technology please visit:�www.satip.info
■ 4 Satellite input signals streaming out selected TV/Radio programs to 4 users
■ Web-based device configuration and management
■Support SAT>IP Communication Protocol
■ Support MPEG2 TS and PS over IP, Unicast and Multicast
■ Support Unicable and DiSEqC protocols
■ Firmware update over USB stick, internet
■ iOS (iPad) and Android Tablets and Smart phones
■ UPnP/DLNA-compliant connected media players and video streamers
■ UPnP/DLNA-compliant Smart TV sets
■ PC client for Windows Media Player, VLC player and�DVB viewer
■ Connected game consoles
■ SAT-IP-compliant Clients
|Sat IF inputs||x4 F-connectors, each with independent control (13/18V, 0/22KHz DiSEqC)|
|Network (Ethernet)||x1 RJ45, 1GbE|
|Front ends||x4 DVB-S2|
|Network protocols||Fully compliant and certified SAT>IP Server stack|
|HTTP/HTTPS, DHCP, UDP, IGMP, UPnP, RTP, RTCP, RTSP|
|USB||x2 USB 2.0 host ports|
|Management||Web-based configuraion; password protected login|
|Power supply||External AC/DC adaptor, Main Input 100-240VAC ~, 50/60 Hz|
|DC Output to receiver 12V, 3A (max power consumption for all Front-end�|
|is 15W = equivalent to 800mA total LNB load).|
|Operating mode: max. 30W|
|Control and Display||x1 On/Off switch button|
|x4 Client LED, x1 Network activity LED,� x1 On/Off LED|
|x1 reset button|
|Accessories||Installation Manual in 2 languages|
|AC/DC power adaptor|
|Size||W 190mm x D 170mm x H 40mm|
|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.