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  • Brand: Philips
  • Product: AV extender
  • Model/name: SBCVL1100
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Swedish, Portuguese, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish

Table of Contents

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SBCVL1100 TVLINK TRANSMITTER
SBCVL1100 TVLINK TRANSMITTER
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
AV SOURCE INPUT
R–AUDIO–L
CHANNEL
IR
VIDEO DC 9V
ON/OFF
AV SOURCE INPUT
R–AUDIO–L
CHANNEL
IR
VIDEO DC 9V
ON/OFF
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SBCVL1100 TVLINK RECEIVER
SBCVL1100 TVLINK RECEIVER
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TV OUTPUT
R–AUDIO–L
CHANNEL
VIDEO DC 9V
ON/OFF
TV OUTPUT
R–AUDIO–L
CHANNEL
VIDEO DC 9V
ON/OFF
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A) TRANSMITTER
B) RECEIVER
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☎ Helpline
België & Luxemburg/
Belgien & Luxemburg/
Belgique & Luxembourg
070 222303
Danmark
808 82814
Deutschland
0180 53 56 767
España
902 11 33 84
France
08 25 88 97 89

00800 3122 1280
Ireland
01 7640292
Italia
800 820026
Nederland
0900 8406
Norge
2274 8250
Österreich
0810 001203
Portugal
021 416 3063
Schweiz/ Suisse/ Svizzera
0844 800 544
Suomi
09 615 80 250
Sverige
08 598 522 50
UK (United Kingdom)
0870 900 90 70
BE ✔ DK ✔ GR ✔ ES ✘ FR ✔
IRE ✘ IT ✔ LU ✔ NL ✔ AT ✔
PT ✔ FI ✔ SE ✔ UK ✘ NO✔
DE ✔ CH ✔
SBC VL1100/00
R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC
BE ✘ DK ✘ GR ✘ ES ✘ FR ✘
IRE ✔ IT ✘ LU ✘ NL ✘ AT ✘
PT ✘ FI ✘ SE ✘ UK ✔ NO✘
DE ✘ CH ✘
SBC VL1100/05
R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC
BE ✘ DK ✘ GR ✘ ES ✔ FR ✘
IRE ✘ IT ✘ LU ✘ NL ✘ AT ✘
PT ✘ FI ✘ SE ✘ UK ✘ NO✘
DE ✘ CH ✘
SBC VL1100/16
R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC
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Wireless TV Link
SBC VL1100
Congratulations! The Philips Wireless TV Link SBC VL1100 you have just
purchased is manufactured to the highest standards and will give you years
of trouble-free use.
The Philips Wireless TV Link SBC VL1100 allows you to distribute any kind
of video signal (digital or analogue set-top boxes, DVDs, satellite receivers,
VCRs etc.) or cable programme (via your VCR) throughout the house
without the need for extra wiring, running cables or drilling holes.
For example, you can enjoy the freedom of watching Pay-TV or a film from
your living-room video recorder on your bedroom TV.
The original remote controls of your video sources can be used to control
the video sources remotely from your bedroom.
The Philips Wireless TV Link is based on wireless RF technology that offers
you in-home portability. Because it is wireless it is more susceptible to
outside interference than for instance cabled signals.This interference may
come from sources that include microwave ovens or other TV Links in the
vicinity.
To enable you to enjoy the best possible performance, the Philips Wireless
TV Link has a channel selector switch, which enables you to select the
channel that provides optimum viewing. Pure wireless home convenience!
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Important information
• Please read the following instructions carefully,
and retain this booklet for future reference.
• Requirement: SCART connector on each video source, and the second TV.
• Two RCA - SCART cables are supplied. If you intend to connect a video
source and/or TV input that uses RCA connectors you will have to
purchase additional RCA - RCA cables.
• Video source: any satellite receiver; Pay-TV decoder box (either digital or
analogue), video recorder (VCR), DVD player, camcorder, game-console etc.
Safety precautions
• Do not use this product in damp places or close to water.
• Do not expose this product to extreme heat.
• Do not open this product.
In the event of technical difficulties take it to your Philips retailer.
• Do not cover this product.
• Only connect the AC power adapters to a power supply of
220-240 V AC/ 50Hz.
• Only use the AC power adapters included or a type that complies with
safety standard EN60950 and that has the following specification:
9 V DC/ 300 mA.
• Inadequately protected or sensitive electronic equipment may be affected
by the use of this product.This interference may lead to damage to either
equipment. Please check whether or not surrounding equipment may be
affected by this product before you start using it.
Packaging contents
Please check that the following items are packed in the Wireless TV Link
box.They are provided to help you set up and use your Wireless TV Link.
• Transmitter unit
• Receiver unit
• Two AC power adapters
• Two SCART/RCA audio/video cables
• Remote control blaster cord
• User manual
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Functional overview -
Product illustrations on inside flap
A)Transmitter unit
1 Power light
Lights green when power is switched on.
2 Remote control receiver light
Blinks red when a remote control signal is received.
3 ON/OFF switch
Switches the transmitter unit on and off.
4 DC 9V —<±
DC power supply socket for connection to the mains
5 AV SOURCE INPUT connectors
For connecting to an RCA or SCART enabled video source.
VIDEO (yellow) - video input connector
R-AUDIO-L - left (L) and right (R) audio input connectors
(R-red / L-white)
6 CHANNEL switch
Selects the desired frequency channel of the audio/video signal.The
number of channels you can select may vary from country to country.
7 IR
For connecting the remote control blaster cord if the video source does
not respond to signals from the remote control.
8 AC power adapter
B)Receiver unit
9 Power light
Lights green when power is switched on.
10 Remote control receiver light
Blinks red when a remote control signal to be transmitted to the video
source via the transmitter is received.
11 ON/OFF switch
Switches the receiver unit on and off.
12 DC 9V —<±
DC power supply socket for connection to the mains
13 TV OUTPUT connectors
For connection to an RCA or SCART enabled TV.
VIDEO (yellow) - video output connector.
R-AUDIO-L - left (L) and right (R) audio output connectors
(R-red / L-white).
14 CHANNEL switch
Selects the desired frequency channel of the audio/video signal.
The number of channels you can select may vary per country.
15 AC Power adapter
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Getting your Wireless TV Link ready
Setting up the transmitter unit
1 Position the transmitter unit on top of the video source with the front
panels aligned vertically.
Never put video sources or metal plates on the transmitter unit.
2 Connect the SCART connector of the SCART/RCA cable supplied to the
SCART output of the video source.
3 Connect the audio/video plugs at the other end of the cable to the
AV SOURCE INPUT connectors (5) on the transmitter unit.
Be sure to insert the yellow plug into the yellow video input and the
white and red audio plugs into the left (L) and right (R) audio inputs.
4 Connect the AC power adapter (8) to a mains socket and to the DC 9V
—<± supply socket (4) of the transmitter unit.
Setting up the receiver unit
1 Position the receiver unit close to the second TV.
The front of the receiver unit should be positioned so that remote
control commands can be received.
2 Connect the SCART connector of the SCART/RCA cable supplied to the
SCART input of the second TV.
3 Connect the audio/video plugs at the other end of the cable to the
TV OUTPUT connectors (13) on the receiver unit.
Be sure to insert the yellow plug into the yellow video input and the
white and red audio plugs into the left (L) and right (R) audio inputs.
4 Connect the AC power adapter (15) to a mains socket and to the
DC 9V —<± supply socket (12) of the transmitter unit.
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1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
AV SOURCE INPUT
R–AUDIO–L
CHANNEL
IR
VIDEO DC 9V
ON/OFF
AV SOURCE INPUT
R–AUDIO–L
CHANNEL
IR
VIDEO DC 9V
ON/OFF
SCART OUTPUT
SCART OUTPUT
DC 9V
ON/OFF
DC 9V
ON/OFF
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
R–AUDIO–L
CHANNEL
VIDEO DC 9V
ON/OFF
R–AUDIO–L
TV OUTPUT
TV OUTPUT
CHANNEL
VIDEO DC 9V
ON/OFF
TPUT
VIDEO DC 9V
ON/OFF
TPUT
VIDEO DC 9V
ON/OFF
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Channel selection
• Set the CHANNEL switches (6 and 14) on both units to channel 1.
• If interference occurs (e.g. degraded image) set both switches to another
channel.
Both units must always be set to the same channel.
Test operating video sources on your second TV
1 Make sure transmitter, receiver and video source are switched on and
that a tape or DVD is inserted and playing in the video source.
2 Switch on the second TV and select the AV channel.
3 Check if the AV content is shown on the second TV.
4 Point the remote control of the connected video source at the receiver.
5 Change the program number (up/down) or toggle between play and stop.
6 Check if the remote control receiver light (10) on the receiver unit blinks
red.
> This indicates that it has received the remote control command.
7 Check if the red remote control receiver light (2) on the transmitter unit
blinks red.
> This indicates that it has received the remote control command from the
receiver unit.
• If the remote control receiver light does not blink, try repositioning the
transmitter and/or receiver units.
> The remote control receiver light on the transmitter unit should now
blink when a remote control command is given on the receiver side.
If you still cannot operate a video source remotely, connect the remote
control blaster cord.
For this, see ‘Using the remote control blaster cord’.
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1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
TV OUTPUT
R–AUDIO–L
CHANNEL
VIDEO
TV OUTPUT
R–AUDIO–L
CHANNEL
VIDEO
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
AV SOURCE INPUT
R–AUDIO–L
CHANNEL
IR
VIDEO
AV SOURCE INPUT
R–AUDIO–L
CHANNEL
IR
VIDEO
SBCVL1100 TVLINK RECEIVER
SBCVL1100 TVLINK RECEIVER
SBCVL1100 TVLINK TRANSMITTER
SBCVL1100 TVLINK TRANSMITTER
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Using your Wireless TV Link
Wirelessly operating video sources on your
second TV
1 Switch on the video source (VCR, DVD player) connected to your
TV (TV1) and insert a video tape or DVD.
2 Switch on the second TV.
3 Select the SCART input (EXT or AV) on your second TV.
(See User Manual of your TV.)
4 Set the ON/OFF switch on both transmitter (3) and receiver (11) to ON.
> You can now watch the video source on your second TV.
5 Use the video source’s remote control to select the cable programme on
the VCR that you would like to watch on your second TV.
The remote control must be aimed at the receiver.
Note: If you cannot operate a video source remotely, connect the remote control
blaster cord. For this see ‘Using the remote control blaster cord’.
Wirelessly watching cable programmes on your
second TV (TV2) using your VCR
1 Make sure the VCR is connected to the cable TV network and to the
transmitter unit.
2 Switch on the VCR.
3 Switch on the second TV.
4 Select the SCART input (EXT or AV) on your second TV.
(See User Manual of your TV.)
5 Use the VCR’s remote control to select the cable programme on the VCR
to be watched on the second TV.
6 Press Program Up / Down on the remote control to select another cable
programme.
Note:You will not be able to record one program on the VCR and wirelessly
watch other programmes on your second TV at the same time.
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TV OUTPUT
R–AUDIO–L VIDEO DC 9V
ON/OFF
TV OUTPUT
R–AUDIO–L VIDEO DC 9V
ON/OFF
AV SOURCE INPUT
R–AUDIO–L VIDEO DC 9V
ON/OFF
AV SOURCE INPUT
R–AUDIO–L VIDEO DC 9V
ON/OFF
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Additional features
Using the remote control blaster cord
If the video source does not respond to remote control commands, the
remote control blaster cord should be connected.
1 Ensure that the transmitter unit is switched off.
2 Connect the blaster cord to the IR connector (7) of the transmitter
unit.
3 Locate the position of the IR sensor on the video source.
Normally it is located on the front panel, positioned to the left or right
of the display. (See the User Manual of your VCR, DVD or SAT box.)
4 Remove the adhesive tape from the IR light and fix the IR light on the
IR sensor of the video source.
Notes:
– Placing the IR light 5-10 cm in front of the video source instead of precisely
on the device makes finding the exact location less critical.
– Particular brands and types of TV react to remote control signals by making a
buzzing noise when a command is given.
– If you are still having problems getting your configuration to work correctly,
check ‘Problem solving’.
– It is possible to control devices of most brands, but some devices from Sagem,
Nokia and Bang & Olufsen cannot be controlled remotely.
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IR SENSOR
SBCVL1100 TVLINK TRANSMITTER
SBCVL1100 TVLINK TRANSMITTER
VCR
VCR
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1 2 3 4
AV SOURCE INPUT
R–AUDIO–L
CHANNEL
IR
VIDEO DC 9V
AV SOURCE INPUT
R–AUDIO–L
CHANNEL
IR
VIDEO DC 9V
SCART OUTPUT
SCART OUTPUT
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Problem solving
If a fault occurs, first check the points listed below. If you are unable to
remedy a problem by following these hints, contact the helpline
(see ‘Need help?’) or consult your dealer.
Never try to open the set yourself as this will void the guarantee.
First, check all cables to ensure that they are connected correctly.
Problem Solution
No picture on TV2 • Ensure that both units are switched on
(both green power lights (1 and 9) are lit).
• Select the EXT or AV channel on TV2.
• Activate the video source you would like to watch
(set-top box: power on;VCR/DVD: playback).
• Select the same channel on the receiver and transmitter units,
using CHANNEL switches 6 and 14.
• If a VCR is used as the video source, ensure that the correct
SCART connector of the VCR is being used.
(Ext. 1 or Ext. 2. Check VCR User Manual).
Bad picture/sound • Move the receiver unit around on the surface it is positioned on,
quality on TV2 centimetre by centimetre until you get good picture and sound quality.
• Carry out the same procedure for the transmitter unit.
• Change both units to another frequency channel, using CHANNEL
switches 6 and 14.
Make sure that both units use the same frequency channel.
• Reduce the distance between the transmitter and receiver units
(less than 30 metres).
The cable • Disable the auto standby mode of the VCR. (Check VCR’s User Manual).
programme you
are watching
disappears after
several minutes
Wrong picture on • Select the EXT or AV channel on TV2
TV2 • Activate the video source you would like to watch
(set-top box: power on;VCR/DVD: playback).
• It is possible that a signal from another Wireless TV Link is being picked
up. Switch to another channel on both units,
using CHANNEL switches 6 and 14 to receive your own signal.
Make sure that the same channel is selected on both units!
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No control of • Aim the remote control directly at the receiver unit
video sources and ensure that there are no obstacles in between.
from TV2 The red remote control receiver light (10) should be blinking.
• Ensure that there is no other wireless device (e.g. headphones)
interfering with the remote control.
• The maximum operating distance between the remote control and the
receiver unit is 5 metres. Make sure you are within this range.
• Check if the remote control receiver light (2) on the transmitter unit
blinks when a remote control command is sent.
If not, reposition the transmitter unit and ensure that transmitter and
receiver are more then 5 metres apart.
• If the remote control receiver light (2) on the transmitter is blinking
dimly it is possible you may be picking up interference signals.
Try to switch off the devices causing this
(e.g. wireless headphones, speakers, RF control signals).
• Align the transmitter unit with the video source(s) you want to control.
• Install the remote control blaster cord.
• Reposition the remote control blaster cord light on the video source,
or place the light 5-10 cm in front of the video source.
Buzzing sound • Move the receiver unit around on the surface, centimetre by centimetre,
when using the until the buzzing sound disappears.
remote control • Move the transmitter unit around, centimetre by centimetre,
until the buzzing sound disappears.
• In some cases you will not be able to overcome this problem.
S-VHS video gives • Select CVBS video output format for your S-VHS VCR
black & white (Check VCR’s User Manual).
pictures only on
TV2
DVD player gives • Select CVBS video output format for your DVD player
no pictures on (Check DVD player’s User Manual).
either TV2
Audio/video • Reposition the receiver and/or transmitter unit.
interference/poor • Move the unit(s) centimetre by centimetre, over the surface where it is
reception on (they are) positioned.
second TV • Switch both units to another frequency channel.
• Make sure that the CHANNEL switches 6 and 14 on both units are set
to the same position.
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General notes
• Picture and sound quality is influenced by the use of microwave ovens.
Other wireless systems (Bluetooth, wireless LANs, etc.) can also
adversely influence the quality of picture and sound, and vice versa.
• The Wireless TV Link is a Radio Frequency (RF) based product.
As such its performance can suffer the same kinds of interference as
GSMs, portable radios and other RF-based products.
• The Wireless TV link is not limited to just one room or house.
You can use it anywhere in or around the house. Consequently, anybody
in the vicinity of your house (up to the maximum operating range)
who also owns a Wireless TV link set to the same channel, can watch
the same programmes that are playing on your video source.
• In order to prevent the mixing of remote control commands it is not
advisable to use a TV as a video source.
• Some built-in VCRs (TV-VCR combination) cannot be used with the
transmitter unit (depends on brand and type).
• Video sources cannot be controlled remotely if the carrier frequency of
the IR signal is outside the operation window of 32kHz to 57kHz.
• Radio wave safety:When switched on, the Philips Wireless TV Link
transmits and receives radio waves.The Philips Wireless TV Link complies
with the standards that are defined for it.
• The Philips Wireless TV Link has an operating range of up to
100 metres in open air.Walls, ceilings and other large objects may limit
the useable operating range to about 30 metres in the house.
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Technical specifications
General Video standards supported PAL / NTSC / SECAM
Power supply 220 - 240V AC / 50Hz
Operating consumption: 3 W (both transmitter and receiver unit)
Transmitter unit Audio input: Stereo audio (white/red RCA connectors)
Video input: CVBS (yellow RCA connector)
Dimensions 14.3 cm (W) x 9.3 cm (D) x 4 cm (H)
Receiver unit Audio input: Stereo audio (white/red RCA connectors)
Video input: CVBS (yellow RCA connector)
Operating range Up to 100 metres in open air;
up to 30 metres indoors
Dimensions 14.3 cm (W) x 9.3 cm (D) x 4 cm (H)
Audio / Video Carrier frequency: 2.4 GHz
transmission Number of channels: four (maybe fewer, depending on local
regulations)
Type of modulation: FM
Transmission power: <10mW
Antennas: Built-in
Remote control Carrier frequency: 433.92 MHz
transmission Type of modulation: AM
Transmission power: <10 mW
Range of IR reception: Up to 5 metres
Carrier frequency range 32 kHz – 40 kHz
Remote control blaster cord: Yes, one infrared light
Need Help?
In case you have any questions about the VL1100, please contact our
helpline for assistance! You can find the number in the list on page 2.
Before you call, please read this manual carefully.
You will be able to solve most of your problems.
The model number of the Wireless TV Link is VL1100.
Date of purchase: _____ /_____ /______
day /month /year
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