Cross Technologies 2015-24 Instruction manual

Model 2015-24
Instruction Manual
Upconverter
May 2013, Rev. G
IF MONITOR
RF MONITOR
MODEL 2015
F=1525.000
G=+00.0
UPCONVERTER
MENU
CROSS TECHNOLOGIES INC.
EXECUTE
REMOTE POWER
MUTE
ALARM
Data, drawings, and other material contained herein are proprietary to Cross Technologies, Inc.,
but may be reproduced or duplicated without the prior permission of Cross Technologies, Inc.
for purposes of operating the equipment.
When ordering parts from Cross Technologies, Inc., be sure to include the equipment
model number, equipment serial number, and a description of the part.
CROSS TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
6170 Shiloh Road
Alpharetta, Georgia 30005
(770) 886-8005
FAX (770) 886-7964
Toll Free 888-900-5588
WEB www.crosstechnologies.com
E-MAIL info@crosstechnologies.com
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
MODEL 2015-24 Upconverter
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
Warranty
1.0 General
1.1 Equipment Description
1.2 Technical Characteristics
1.3 Monitor & Control Interface
2.0 Installation
2.1 Mechanical
2.2 Rear Inputs & Outputs
2.3 Front Panel Controls & Indicators
2.4 Operation
2.5 Menu Settings
3.0 Environmental Use Information
2
3
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4
5
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8
9
10
11
12
17
WARRANTY - The following warranty applies to all Cross Technologies, Inc. products.
All Cross Technologies, Inc. products are warranted against defective materials and
workmanship for a period of one year after shipment to customer. Cross Technologies, Inc.’s
obligation under this warranty is limited to repairing or, at Cross Technologies, Inc.’s option,
replacing parts, subassemblies, or entire assemblies. Cross Technologies, Inc. shall not be
liable for any special, indirect, or consequential damages. This warranty does not cover parts
or equipment which have been subject to misuse, negligence, or accident by the customer
during use. All shipping costs for warranty repairs will be prepaid by the customer. There are
not other warranties, express or implied, except as stated herein.
CROSS TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
6170 Shiloh Road
Alpharetta, Georgia 30005
(770) 886-8005
FAX (770) 886-7964
Toll Free 888-900-5588
WEB www.crosstechnologies.com
E-MAIL info@crosstechnologies.com
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MODEL 2015-24 Upconverter
1.0 General
1.1 Equipment Description
The 2015-24 L-band Upconverter converts 140 ± 36 MHz to 950 to 2150 MHz in 1kHz, 10kHz, 100kHz, or
125kHz steps (user selectable) with low group delay and flat frequency response. Synthesized local oscillators
(LO) provide very low phase noise and ±0.01 ppm stability frequency selection. Multifunction push button
switches select the RF frequency, gain, and other parameters. Front panel LEDs provide indication of DC
power (green), PLL alarm (red), remote operation (yellow) or the TX carrier is muted (yellow). Variable
attenuators for the IF input and output provide a gain range of -10 to +30 dB as adjusted by the front panel
multifunction push-button switches. Remote operation allows selection of frequency and gain. Parameter
selection and frequency and gain settings appear on the LCD display. Connectors are BNC (female) for IF and
the optional external reference input and output, and Type F (female) for the RF output. SSPB +24 VDC, 2.5
Amps and 10 MHz reference can be inserted on the RF line as added options. The 10 MHz option also includes
a 10 MHz output connector, which contains either the internal or external 10 MHz reference signal. The unit is
powered by a 100-240 ±10% VAC power supply, and housed in a 1 3/4” X 19” X 16” rack mount chassis.
IF MONITOR
RF MONITOR
MODEL 2015
F=1525.000
G=+00.0
UPCONVERTER
MENU
CROSS TECHNOLOGIES INC.
EXECUTE
REMOTE POWER
MUTE
ALARM
FRONT
AC
10 MHZ REF
OUTPUT
GND
MONITOR
AND
CONTROL
10 MHZ
EXT REF
INPUT
IF IN
RF OUT
5 4 3 2 1
SSPB
FUSE
9 8 7 6
J18
J10
J3
J4
F2
J20
VDC on RF
DS7
J5
REAR
FIGURE 1.1 Model 2015-24 Front and Rear Panels
10MHz*
+24VDC*
140
MHz
IN
VAR
ATT
VAR
ATT
EXT
10 MHz*
950
to
2150
MHz
OUT
INT
10 MHz
* = OPTIONAL
CONTROLLER
FIGURE 1.2
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G=+10.0
Model 2015-24 Upconverter Block Diagram
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1.2 Technical Characteristics
TABLE 1.1 2015-24 Upconverter Specifications*
Input Characteristics (IF)
Impedance
75 Ω
Return Loss
18 dB
Frequency
140 ± 36 MHz
Level
-40 to -10 dBm
Output Characteristics (RF)
Impedance
75 Ω
Return Loss
12 dB
Frequency
950 to 2150 MHz
Level
-20 to 0 dBm
1dB compression
+5 dBm
Channel Characteristics
Gain range
-10 to +30 dB (adjustable)
Frequency Response
±1.5 dB, 950-2150 MHz ; ± 0.5 dB, 72 MHz BW
Spurious Response
<-50 dBC
Group Delay, max
0.0035 ns/MHz2, parabolic, 0.035 ns/MHz, linear, 1 ns ripple
Frequency Sense
Non-inverting
Synthesizer Characteristics
Frequency Accuracy
±0.01 ppm internal reference; external reference input
Frequency Step
1kHz, 10kHz, 100kHz, or 125kHz (user selectable)
10 MHz In/Out Level
+3 dBm ± 3 dB (option -E)
Phase Noise @ Freq
100 Hz
1kHz
10kHz
100kHz
1MHz
dBC/Hz
Controls, Indicators
Freq/Gain Selection
Power
Alarm
Mute
Remote
Remote
Other
RF Connector
IF Connector
10 MHz Connectors
Alarm/Remote Conn.
Size
Power
Options
Available Options
-72
-85
-88
-110
-120
Direct readout LCD; pushbutton switches or remote selection
Green LED
Red LED
Yellow LED
Yellow LED
RS232C, 9600 baud (RS485, option Q)
Type F (female)
BNC (female)
BNC (female), 50Ω/75Ω (option E)
DB9 - NO or NC contact closure on Alarm
19 inch, 1RU standard chassis 1.75”high X 16.0” deep
100-240 ±10% VAC, 47-63 Hz, 45 watts max
E - External 10 MHz ref in & out w/ RF insertion
V - SSPB Voltage, +24VDC, 2.5 amps
Q - RS485 Remote Interface
Z - Attenuator 0.1 dB on Upconverter
X or X1 - 125 or 100 KHz steps
W7 - RF (SMA) and IF (BNC) 50Ω Monitor Ports
W8 - Ethernet M&C Remote Interface
W18 - Ethernet M&C Remote Interface with SNMP
W28 - Provides Web Browser; allows direct TCP/IP and/or Telnet®addressability
W31 - Extended Temperature - 0C to +50C
Connectors/Impedance:
B - 75Ω BNC (RF), 75Ω BNC (IF)
C - 50Ω BNC (RF), 75Ω BNC (IF)
D - 50Ω BNC (RF), 50Ω BNC (IF)
N - 50Ω N-type (RF), 75Ω BNC (IF)
M - 50Ω N-type (RF), 50Ω BNC (IF)
S- 50Ω SMA (RF), 50Ω BNC (IF)
*+10˚C to +40˚C; Specifications subject to change without notice.
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1.3 Monitor and Control Interface
A) Remote Serial Interface
Protocol - RS-485, RS-422 or RS-232C (selectable), 9600 baud rate, no parity, 8 data bits, 1 start bit, 1 stop bit.
M&C Cable Diagram - Cross Technologies Frequency Converters
Male DB-9
2015/16/17 M&C Port
Female DB-9
PC Com Port
1
1
RX
RX
3
TX
TX
4
DTR
5
SG
6
DSR
6
RTS
7
2
7
3
4
SG
CTS
8
2
5
8
9
9
Connector - Rear panel, DB-9 female
Pinouts (RS-485/422/232C)
Pin
Description
1
Rx-
2
Rx+ (RS-232C)
3
Tx+ (RS-232C)
4
Tx-
5
Ground
6
Alarm Relay - Common
7
Alarm Relay - Normally Open
8
Not Used
9
Alarm Relay - Normally Closed
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B) Status Requests
Table 1.2 lists the status requests for the 2015-24 and briefly describes them.
*
PLEASE NOTE: The two character {aa}(00-31) prefix, in the table below,
should be used ONLY when RS-485, (OPTION-Q), is selected.
TABLE 1.1 2015-24 Status Requests
Re
equests
Command
Syntax *
Description
Command Status
{aaS1}
Returns {aaS1bbbbbbbcccddAM} where:
• bbbbbbb = Tx frequency in kHz (0950000 to 2150000)
4 characters - standard (7 characters - Option-X)
• ccc = Tx gain (-10 to 30 dB)
• dd = Tx input level (10 to 40 => -10 to -40 dBm)
• A = 0 - summary alarm
• M = Tx RF Status (1 = Normal, 0 = Muted)
10 MHz Reference Status
{aaS2}
(option E ONLY)
Returns {aaS2ER} where:
• E = Ext 10MHz Status (1 = on, 0 = off)
• R = 10MHz RF insertion status (1 = inserted, 0 = NOT inserted)
SSPB Current
(option V ONLY)
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{aaS4}
Returns {aaS4bbb} where:
• bbb = SSPB current, range 000 to 250 (0 to 2500 mA)
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C) Commands
Table 1.3 lists the commands for the 2015-24 and briefly describes them. After a command is sent the
2015-24 sends a return “>” indicating the command has been received and executed.
General Command Format - The general command format is {aaCND...}, where:
{ = start byte
aa = Address (RS-485 only)
C = 1 character, either C (command) or S (status)
N = 1 character command of status request
D = 1 character or more of data (depends on command)
} = stop byte
*
PLEASE NOTE: The two character {aa}(00-31) prefix, in the table below,
should be used ONLY when RS-485, (OPTION-Q), is selected.
Table 1.2 2015-24 Commands
Command
ds
Command
Syntax*
Description
Set Transmitter Frequency
{aaC1xxxxxxx}
where:
4 characters - standard (7 characters - Option-X)
• Range: 0950000 to 2150000 kHz
Set Input Level
{aaCIxx}
where:
• xx = 2 characters
• Range: 10 to 40 (-10 to -40 dBm, in 1 dB steps)
Set Transmit Gain
{aaC3xxx}
where:
• xxx = 3 characters (0 to 30dB), 3 characters (-10 to -1dB)
• Range: -10 to 30 (-10 dB to +30 dB, in 1 dB steps)
Enable 10MHz RF Insertion
{aaC5x}
(option E ONLY)
where x =:
• 0 to disable 10MHz RF insertion
• 1 to enable 10MHz RF insertion
Enable Tx
{aaCAx}
where x =:
• 0 to disable (mute) Tx signal
• 1 to enable Tx signal
Enable External 10MHz
{aaCEx}
(option E ONLY)
where x =:
• 0 to disable External 10MHz ref signal
• 1 to enable External 10MHz ref signal
Enable Remote
#
Just # sign
Disable Remote
{aaCR0}
{CR and zero}
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2.0 Installation
2.1 Mechanical
The 2015-24 consists of one RF/Controller PCB which is housed in a 1 RU (1 3/4 inch high) by 16 inch deep
chassis. A switching, ± 12, +24, +5 VDC power supply provides power for the assembly. The 2015-24 can be
secured to a rack using the 4 holes on the front panel. Figure 2.1 shows how the 2015-24 is assembled.
POWER
SUPPLY
FIGURE 2.1 2015-24 Mechanical Assembly
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2.2 Rear Panel Input / Output Signals
Figure 2.2 shows the input and output connectors on the rear panel.
J10 - MONITOR AND CONTROL
DB9 female connector. see Table 2.1.
J3 - 10 MHz EXT REF INPUT (Option -E)
10 MHz external reference input,
+3 ± 3 dBm, 50Ω/75Ω,
BNC female connector.
F2 - SSPB FUSE (option -V)
2.5A, Fast Blo, 1/4” Fuse;
installing fuse places +24 VDC, 2.5 amp,
max on the RF OUT (J5 center pin).
J20 - ETHERNET
CONNECTOR
(option W8/W28)
AC
MONITOR
AND
CONTROL
10 MHZ REF
OUTPUT
GND
5 4
10 MHZ
EXT REF
INPUT
IF IN
RF OUT
3 2 1
9 8 7 6
J18
AC1 - POWER IN
AC input for switching power
supply. 100-240 ±10% VAC,
47-60 Hz.
J10
J4
J3
J18 - 10 MHz REF OUTPUT (option E)
10 MHz reference output. 50Ω/75Ω
BNC female connector.
FIGURE 2.2
SSPB
FUSE
J4 - IF IN
140 MHz,
-40 to -10 dBm input
See Table 2.2.
J20
VDC on RF
DS7
F2
DS7 - SSPB ALARM LED (option V)
Lights yellow when +24 VDC SSPB
voltage is present on RF OUT, J5,
center pin.
J5
J5 - RF OUT
950-2150 MHz,
-20 to 0 dBm output
see Table 2.2.
Rear Panel Inputs and Outputs
Table 2.1 J10 Pinouts (RS485/RS-232C)*
Pin
Description
1
Rx-
Table 2.2 IF/RF
IF
F/RF Connector Options
2
Rx+ (RS-232C)
Option
IF
RF
3
Tx+ (RS-232C)
STD
BNC, 75Ω
Type F, 50Ω
4
Tx-
B
BNC, 75Ω
BNC, 75Ω
5
Ground
C
BNC, 75Ω
BNC, 50Ω
6
Alarm Relay - Common
D
BNC, 50Ω
BNC, 50Ω
7
Alarm Relay - Normally Open
N
BNC, 75Ω
Type N, 50Ω
8
Not Used
M
BNC, 50Ω
Type N, 50Ω
9
Alarm Relay - Normally Closed
S
BNC, 50Ω
SMA, 50Ω
* Interface: DB-9 Female;
Protocol: RS485, RS422, or RS232C (selectable),
9600 baud rate, no parity, 8 data bits, 1 start bit, 1 stop bit
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2.3 Front Panel Controls and Indicators
Figure 2.3 shows the front panel controls and indicators.
IF MONITOR
IF, 50Ω
BNC Monitor Port
IF MONITOR
LCD DISPLAY
Display shows frequency in MHz
and Gain in dB
RF MONITOR
RF, 50Ω
SMA Monitor Port
S1 - MENU/EXECUTE BUTTON
Press this to get into Program mode
and to execute any changes.
RF MONITOR
F=1450.000
G=+10.0
MENU
EXECUTE
REMOTE
POWER
MUTE
ALARM
DS1 - REMOTE LED DS6 - POWER LED
DS5 - UP MUTE LED
Yellow LED
Green LED indicates
Yellow LED indicates
indicates
presence of DC power. upconverter mute.
remote operation.
DS2 - UP ALARM LED
Red LED indicates
upconverter alarm.
S2 - VERT. TOGGLE
Vertical toggle switch that controls
values in the Menu items when in
program mode. Does not function in
the normal display mode
S3 - HORIZ. TOGGLE
Horizontal toggle switch that
controls which values are being
adjusted. Does not function in the
normal display mode
FIGURE 2.3 Front Panel Controls and Indicators
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2.4 Installation / Operation
2.4.1 Installing and Operating the 2015-24 Upconverter
1. Connect a -40 dBm to -10 dBm, 140 MHz signal to IF IN, J4 (Figure 2.2)
2. Connect the RF OUT, J5, to the external equipment.
3. Connect 100-240 ±10% VAC, 47 - 63 Hz to AC input on the back panel.
4. Set the desired output frequency (See Section 2.5 Menu Settings).
5. Set the input level (See Section 2.5 Menu Settings).
6. Set the gain for -10 to +30 dB. Make sure the output stays within -20 to 0 dBm with the gain selected
and the input level provided. The firmware will prevent setting gain and input level outside this range.
(See Section 2.5 Menu Settings).
7. Be sure DS6 (green, DC Power) is on and DS2 (red, Alarm) is off (Figure 2.3).
8. Option V ONLY - To insert SSPB +24 VDC on the RF center pin install 2.5A fast blo fuse (included)
in F2 and check that DS7 lights yellow (Figure 2.1).
9. AC Fuse - The AC fuse is a 5 mm X 20 mm, 2 amp slow blow (Type T) and is inserted in the far slot in
the drawer below the AC input as shown in Figure 2.4. There is a spare fuse in the near slot. If a fuse
continues to open, the power supply is most likely defective.
FUSE DRAWER
SPARE FUSE
AC Fuse - 2 amp slow blow (Type T),
5 mm X 20 mm
INPUT
~
~
100-240± 10%VAC
47-63 Hz
2A MAX
FIGURE 2.4
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FUSE
TYPE T 2A GDC
250 VOLT
FOR 100 - 240 V~
Fuse Location and Spare Fuse
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2.5 Menu Settings
2.5.1 Functions - This section describes operation of the front panel controls. There are three operator
switches, the LCD display and alarm indicator LEDs. All functions for the equipment are controlled by these
components. The functions are (see Figure 2.5):
Power Up
Normal Display
Menu 1
Menu 2
Menu 3
Menu 4
Menu 5
Menu 6
Menu 7
Menu 8
Menu 9
Menu 10
Menu 11
Frequency in MHz
Input Level in dBm (-40 to -10)
Gain in dB (0 to +20)
Mute TX Signal
Set Unit to Remote Operation
Select Frequency Step Size (1kHz, 10kHz, 100kHz, or 125kHz)
Select External 10 MHz Reference (option E)
Select 10 MHz Reference Insertion (option E)
Set Remote Mode (option Q)
Set RS485 Remote Address for Unit (option Q)
View SSPB Current (option V)
Save Menu
When go to end
Alarm indications appear on the LEDs (see figure 2.2).
All program changes must start with the operation of the Menu/Execute switch and must also end with the
operation of the Menu/Execute switch verified by the “Save Settings?” Menu. If this sequence is not followed,
none of the changes will take effect. If programming is initiated and no operator action takes place for
approximately 12 seconds (before the final press of the Menu/Execute switch) the display will revert to its
previous status and you will need to start over.
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2.5.2. Power On Settings
NOTE: The last status of a unit is retained even when power is removed. When power is restored, the unit
will return to it's previous settings.
When power is first applied, the LCD display goes through three steps.
1.The LCD goes black to show all segments are functioning.
2.The software version will be displayed.
REV 1.00
3.The present frequency, gain, and selected RF output of the upconverter is shown.
F = 1450.000
G = +10.0
The unit is now operational and ready for any changes the operator may desire.
2.5.3 Control Switches
1. Menu/Execute - Any change to the programming of the unit must be initiated by pressing
the Menu/Execute switch and completed by pressing the Menu/Execute switch.
2. Horizontal Switch - This switch is mounted so its movement is horizontal and moves the cursor
left or right.
3. Vertical Switch - This switch is mounted so its movement is vertical and has two functions:
A) During frequency, gain changes, the vertical movement will raise or lower the number
in the direction of the arrows.
B) For other functions such Mute on/off, the vertical switch will alternately turn the
function on or off regardless of the direction operated.
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2.5.4 Frequency Changes
At any time during the modification process, if you have made a mistake and do not wish to save the changes
you have made, do not press the Menu/Execute switch; simply do nothing for approximately 12 seconds,
and the system will return to the normal operating mode or scroll to “R” and push the menu/Execute switch
and select “NO” in the “SAVE SETTINGS?” window.
To change the FREQUENCY:
1.Operate the Menu/Execute switch until you get to the menu item you want to change see Figure 2.5 for
the sequence of menu options. The following display is for changing the upconverter frequency:
F = 1450.000
R
Pressing the Up/Down switch down will toggle the display to:
F = 1550.000
R
By using the horizontal rocker switch the cursor can be moved left or right .
F = 1450.000
R
NOTE: CHANGES DO NOT TAKE PLACE ON FREQUENCY UNTIL YOU GO TO THE SAVE
MENU AND INDICATE YOU WANT TO SAVE THE CHANGES. THE CARRIER IS MUTED
WHEN FREQUENCY IS CHANGED.
When the display indicates the value desired you can push the Menu/Execute switch to the next item:
UP INLVL = -20
R
OR you can scroll to “R”, push the Menu/Execute switch to get to:
SAVE SETTINGS?
Y N
Selecting Y will save the new settings. Selecting N will revert to the previous settings.
Pushing the Menu/Execute switch then takes you to the default display:
F = 1550.000
G = +10.0
Figure 2.5 shows all the menu items and how to make changes.
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2.5.5 Gain Changes
When you get to this menu note that the gain changes will be made as you make them but if you do not wish to
save the changes you have made, scroll to “R” and push the menu/Execute switch and select “NO” in the
“SAVE SETTINGS?” window or do not press the Menu/Execute switch; simply do nothing for
approximately 12 seconds, and the system will return to the normal operating mode.
To change the GAIN, first push the Menu/Execute switch to get to the gain setting:
Operate the Menu/Execute switch until you get to the menu item you want to change (see Figure 2.5 for
the sequence of menu options). The following display is for changing the upconverter input level. This
is an important setting to optimize spurious and should be made as accurately as possible:
UP INLVL = -20
R
NOTE: CHANGES TAKE PLACE ON LEVEL AND GAIN IMMEDIATELY BUT DO NOT GET
SAVED UNTIL YOU GO TO THE SAVE MENU AND INDICATE YOU WANT TO SAVE THE
CHANGES.
Press the Up/Down switch to change the level in 1 dB steps and then push the Menu/Execute switch to
get to the Gain setting:
G = +10.0
R
Press the Up/Down switch to change the gain in 0.1, 1 or 10 dB steps:
G = +20.0
R
By using the horizontal rocker switch the cursor can be moved left or right. Pressing the Up/Down
switch down will toggle the display digit selected until you have the desired gain.
NOTE: THE GAIN WILL BE CHANGED AS YOU ADJUST THE NUMBERS. HOWEVER, THE
VALUE WILL NOT BE STORED UNTIL YOU INDICATE YES IN THE SAVE SETTINGS
WINDOW. DO NOT SET A GAIN THAT WOULD EXCEED 0 dBm OR HAVE LESS THAN -20 dBm
OUTPUT LEVEL. THE FIRMWARE PREVENTS YOU FROM THIS.
When the display indicates the value desired you can push the Menu/Execute switch to the next item
OR you can scroll to “R”, push the Menu/Execute switch to get to:
SAVE SETTINGS?
Y N
Selecting Y will save the new settings. Selecting N will revert to the previous settings.
Pushing the Menu/Execute switch then takes you to:
F = 1550.000
G = +20.0
Figure 2.5 gives the menu items and how to make changes
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2.5.5 Alarm Indications
An alarm condition for will occur if the local oscillator phase lock loop (PLL) comes out of lock. The Mute
LED will light if you select to mute the Tx Signal and the Remote LED will light when you select the Remote
mode.
ON POWER UP
REV 1.00
Power Up
NORMAL DISPLAY
F = 1450.000
G = +10.0
Normal Display
PUSH BUTTON
PUSHING MENU/EXECUTE SEQUENCE
Menu 1 Set Frequency
F = 1450
R
SCROLL <>
SCROLL
Menu 2 Input Level (Set from -40
to -10)
UP INLVL = -20
Menu 3 Gain (-10.0 to +30.0)
G = +10.0
R
SCROLL <>
SCROLL
R
UP MUTE
OFF
R
REMOTE
OFF
Menu 6 Select Frequency Step
Size
STEP = 1 KHZ
Menu 7 Select External 10 MHz
Reference (option E)
EXT REF
Menu 8 Select 10MHz Reference
Out (option E)
REF OUT
Menu 9 Set Remote Mode
(option Q)
RS 485
Menu 10 Set RS-485 Address
(option Q)
ADDRESS = 00
Menu 11 View SSPB current
(option V)
SSB DC = 1.86 A
Save? When “R” is selected from
any above menu or at the end
SAVE SETTINGS?
R
R
R
R
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
SCROLL
R
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
SCROLL
OFF
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
SCROLL
OFF
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
SCROLL
OFF
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
SCROLL
R
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
SCROLL
Menu 5 Set Unit to Remote
Operation
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
SCROLL
Menu 4 Mute TX Signal
PUSH BUTTON
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
SCROLL
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
PUSH BUTTON
SCROLL <>
PUSH BUTTON
R
Y N
FIGURE 2.5 Menu Display and Sequence
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3.0 Environmental Use Information
A. Rack-Mounting - To mount this equipment in a rack, please refer to the installation instructions
located in the user manual furnished by the manufacturer of your equipment rack.
B. Mechanical Loading - Mounting of equipment in a rack should be such that a hazardous condition
does not exist due to uneven weight distribution.
C. Elevated Operating Ambient Temperature - If installed in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly,
the operating ambient temperature of the rack may be greater than room ambient temperature.
Therefore, consideration should be given to Tmra.
D. Reduced Air Flow - Installation of the equipment in a rack should be such that the amount of air flow
required for safe operation of the equipment is not compromised. Additional space between unit
may be required.
E. Circuit Overloading - Consideration should be given to the connection of the equipment to the supply
circuit and the effect that overloading of circuits could have on over current protection and supply wiring.
Appropriate consideration of equipment name plate rating should be used when addressing this concern.
F. Reliable Earthing - Reliable earthing of rack-mounted equipment should be maintained.
Particular attention should be given to supply connections other than direct connection to the
Branch (use of power strips).
G. Top Cover - There are no serviceable parts inside the product so, the Top Cover should not be removed.
If the Top Cover is removed the ground strap and associated screw MUST BE REINSTALLED
prior to Top Cover screw replacement. FAILURE TO DO this may cause INGRESS and/or EGRESS
emission problems.
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