How do I set up DStv PVR extra view?

How do I set up DStv PVR extra view?

First, connect the coaxial cable of each decoder to the smart LNB. If you have recent or newer decoder models then use the uni-cable ports on the smart LNB. Otherwise, if you have old decoder models then you can use the universal port. Remember Explora decoders use the uni-cable ports.

How do I connect XtraView Explora and HD PVR?

Connect Explora 1 and HD PVR 2P Decoder to Xtra View The Explora will be Unicable/satcr. Run your HB cable from the RF out of the HD 2P PVR to the RF IN of the Explora 1. Confirm your connection and call Multichoice to activate your Xtraview on the primary decoder.

What is the function of a heartbeat in XtraView setup?

A heartbeat is a signal sent from one decoder to the rest when you make an xtraview connection. It is transmitted every 30 seconds and helps to ensure all the decoders are getting a strong signal. This affects the picture quality, and thus the heartbeat should always be strong.

What is RF in and RF OUT on DStv decoder?

RF In: Used for Extraview TV link connection. 5. RF Out: Used for Extraview TV link connection. 6. Unicable In: Satellite input to the DStv Explora.

Which cable is the heartbeat cable?

A heartbeat cable is a specific piece of hardware used to connect multiple servers in a process called failover. In this kind of setup, the heartbeat cable handles a “pulse”, or recurring signal from the first server to the second server.

How do I change the extra view decoder?

Re: Changing secondary DSTV decoder (Xtraview) to Primary decoder. Go and visit them. Change the decoder to a Holiday Home decoder. Once that is done you can switch the decoder on and off and also transfer funds via the internet.

What is UniCable LNB?

Item: 5278. This Unicable II™ LNB enables installations with up to 32 satellite receivers connected over a single coax cable and using the EN50494/EN50607 protocols providing access to unlimited number of transponders (also known as ‘Dynamic’ mode).

What is unicable LNB?