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TXUP10000LD

LDMOS - UHF TV Solid State Transmitter

General description

CODE: STT028A TITLE: TXUP10000LD REV: 0 DATE: 08/07/05

Registration number: IT-17686

Registration number: IT-24436

SS 96 Km 113

70027 Palo del Colle (Ba) ITALY

Tel. +39 (0)80 626755

Fax +39 (0)80 629262

E-mail: [email protected]

Web site: http://www.elettronika.it

DESCRIPTION

The TXUP10000LD belongs to the High Power UHF products family of Television Transmitters fully in solid state technology.

The TXUP10000LD series represents the 10kW TV Transmitters operating in the IV/V Band for Common amplification process (separate amplification available) of the Vision and Sound carriers. This Transmitters family has been designed to offer to the customer high performances, high reliability and greater simplicity in their operation and maintenance procedures.

The Vision and Sound signal processing is provided for all TV Standards and all types of Audio applications

(Mono & Dual sound - NICAM) together with colour systems such as PAL - NTSC - SECAM. Thanks to the amplitude and phase pre-correction circuit, it is possible to cancel the distortions in the output stage, thus cutting down the operating costs. The RF transposition in the driver is carried out by a synthesizer with various possibilities of accuracy and stability as well as precision offset locked by internal or external frequency reference.

The RF amplifier is made up by eight RF modules installed in a power rack, the modules are dedicated for the

Vision and Sound carriers common amplification. The amplifiers employ solid state LDMOS technology in order to obtain wide band, reliability, and high efficiency. Each RF module has a built-in switching-mode power supply unit, self-protected against overcurrents and overvoltages, as well as overtemperature and

VSWR for RF parameters. The cooling system is fully contained into the transmitter. The control unit provides full management of the transmitter without the presence of the operator, the system includes a central controller and several peripheral units installed in each RF module and rack. The control device includes a fault finding system to detect equipment malfunctions and locate the faulty subassembly which needs to be replaced. The interlock circuit is independent on the software and remains always operational whether computer control is present or not. The operator interface is made by a high resolution LCD graphic display and a simple keyboard, the menu is very friendly and easy to use.

The Control Unit can be fully controlled in REMOTE mode via link or via modem in RS232 or other interface.

The equipment design allows the soft degradation (RF power loss) for several transistors faults.

- TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

RF SECTION

Frequenchy range ............................................................................................................................................ 470 - 860MHz

Output power ........................................................................................................................................................ 10kW PEP

Audio / Video power ratio ....................................................................................... 10/1 single sound - 20/1/0.2 dual sound

Out stage technology ............................................................................................................................. Solid State LDMOS

Audio / Video amplification ...................................................................................................................................... Common

Standards ................................................................................................................................................................ G, K, I, M

Audio transmission ...................................................................... FM single sound - Dual sound coding IRT - NICAM 728

Harmonics and suppression emission ..................................................................................... In compliance with CCIR rec.

Intermodulation products from audio and video ..................................................................................................... < = 56dB

Frequency stability ......................................................................................................................... 2,5ppm (option 0,05ppm)

VIDEO SECTION

Video input ............................................................................................................................................. BNC 75 Ω connector

Nominal input level .............................................................................................................................................. 1Vpp ±6dB

Return loss ............................................................................................................................................................... > = 30dB

DC Restoration ........................................................................... Clamped to the blanking level without affecting the burst

White limiter ................................................................................. At 90% picture signal without affecting the chrominance

Transmission characteristics

Sideband spewctrum response .................................................................................................... According to the standard

Amplitude frequency response .................................................................................................... According to the standard

Group delay variation without receiver pre-correction and TV demodulator flat ................................................... < = ±35ns

Non linearity distortion (10 to 75% mod.) ................................................................................................................... < = 5%

Differential gain (10 to 75% mod.) ............................................................................................................................... < = 5%

Differential phase (10 to 75% mod.) .............................................................................................................................. < = 5°

Signal to random noise ratio (weighted 0.2 to 5MHz) .............................................................................................. > = 60dB

Blanking level variation ............................................................................................................................................... < = 2%

2T k factor ................................................................................................................................................................... < = 2%

AUDIO SECTION

Nominal input level (±50kHz dev.) ..................................................................................................................... -10 to +8dBm

Input impedance ............................................................................................................................................ 600 Ω balanced

Pre-emphasis .................................................................................................................................................................. 50ms

Transmission characteristics

Amplitude frequency response ............................................................................................................ 40 to 15000Hz ±0.5dB

Total harmonic distortion ......................................................................................................................................... < = 0.5%

FM Signal to noise ratio (referred to ±50kHz dev. f = 400Hz) ................................................................. > = 60dB (weighted)

AM Signal to nokise ratio .......................................................................................................... > = 50dB (referred to 100%)

AM Synchronous modulation ................................................................................................... < = 40dB (referred to 100%)

REMOTE CONTROL

Parallel interface ............................................................................................................................. On/Off, Alarms, Interlock

Serial interface ...................................................................................................... RS232 (Full monitoring and management)

GENERAL

Power supply voltage ....................................................................................................... 230VAC, ±10% (other on request)

Frequency ........................................................................................................................................................ 50-60Hz, ±5%

Temperature operating range .................................................................................................................................. 0 to 45°C

Altitude ............................................................................... Up to 2.500 meters (> = 2.500m with additional cooling system)

Power consumption (cooling system included) .............................................................................. < = 24.5kVA (black level)

Power factor ................................................................................................................................................................ > = 0.9

Cooling .................................................................................................................................................................. Forced air

Dimensions ................................................................................................................................................ n. 2 Rack 19”-42U

AMPLIFIER CONTROL

User’s manual

AMPLIFIER CONTROL

1.1 CONTROL SYSTEM OVERVIEW

The control system is made up by some “Slave” boards, which check locally the amplifier modules, and a

“Master” board to monitor the status of the Slave boards in each module and show on a graphic display all the checked parameters.

The number of the Slaves changes depending on the output power of the amplifier. The communication between Master and Slaves is made via RS485 standard. The Master board reads the overall parameters of the equipment (Forward and Reflected power and Unbalancing), polls (interrogaes in sequence) the local boards, shows on the display the values requested by the user, indicates alarm conditions, if any, and allows to change some of the operating parameters of the apparatus. Besides it realizes a serial data interface to an external system able to analyse the working parameters of the equipment, using the RS232 and RS485 communication protocols.

1.2 FUNCTIONS

At start-up, the display of Amplifier Control module shows an informational message concerning the equipment and its firmware version.

- Main menu

The main menu has: a list of the amplifier modules, the measure of some parameters of the power in antenna, a window with icons to show the alarm status (Alarm Status Window) and some general information, that is date, time, temperature inside the module and, for FM equipment, transmission frequency.

The following picture is an exact representation of the main menu screen.

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In the Amplifier List, next to each module, the following symbols can be found: if the communication with the slave is correct and then

ON if the amplifier module is ON

OFF if the amplifier module is OFF if the communication with the slave is interrupted

The UP and DOWN arrow keys allow to select one of the slave, the alarm list, or a menu allowing to change some settings of the control module and the apparatus; the RET key is used to confirm the selection.

In the main and slave menu the Alarm Status Window (which position is indicated by an arrow in the picture below) is shown: the gate symbol displays the status of the INTERLOCK, in case of alarm this icon blinks and the buzzer ringgs.

The INTERLOCK signal is a control available to the user to manage an ON/OFF sensor.

When the relevant PIN is grounded, the Master board does not signal any alarm, as soon as the PIN is left floating, an alarm is detected; the rotating screw symbol shows that the FANS work normally; in case of alarm this icon blinks and the buzzer rings; the bell symbol appears in case of alarm detected by the control module or the amplifier. It blinks if the alarm condition is terminated and the alarm itself can be displayed in the Alarm

List.

If one of the parameters of a Slave or any of the ones directly checked by the Master is alarmed, the general

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alarm LED and the alarm icon blink until the Alarm List is checked to see the type of alarm occurred.

Besides, if an alarm for any of the powers of the signals in antenna occurs, the relevant measure in the

Antenna window of the display and the relevant LED on the front panel of the Master module blink until the measure decreases below the threshold level, determined by the nominal power of the amplifier.

If the slave modules are working and an INTERLOCK or FANS alarm occurs, aside from the indication explained above, the amplifiers are switched off. This happens immediately after an INTERLOCK alarm, or about 7 seconds after a FANS alarm is detected.

In case the amplifiers are communicating but switched off, or they are not communicating and the INTERLOCK alarm contact is open, a WARNING condition occurs: buzzer on and blinking ALARM LED on the front panel; while if it is the FANS alarm contact to be open, the icon of the alarm appears in the box.

Further to any of these two alarms it is possible to choose whether to turn off the amplifiers or not. In fact, there is a submenu of the Settings menu which allows to choose whether to turn off the amplifiers connected to the control module as a consequence of an INTERLOCK and FAN alarm.

- Slave menu

By selecting one of the slaves, it is possible to see all the parameters of that amplifier module in two pages. The first one shows voltages and currents Power Supply, the second one shows RF Powers: forward and reflected power, temperature and, for some amplifiers, unbalancing and input power. The UP and DOWN keys allow to scroll the local measures of all the slaves, page by page. The ESC key is used to go back to the main menu.

The following pictures show the menu screen of one amplifier.

Note that no numerical value is shown for amplifiers which are not communicating with the control module.

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- Alarm List

By selecting the Alarm List, 26 pages listing the latest 130 alarms saved are shown. Each page shows 5 alarms, each contained in a box providing the following information: progressive number of the alarm, starting with the most recent; number of the module in which the alarm occurred, following the “Blk.” Message (the indication “AC” means that the alarm occurred in the Amplifier Control module); parameter in alarm, date and time of the alarm. Next to the parameter showing the alarm type there may be a bell symbol. In case it is not here, the alarm event has been communicated by an amplifier connected to the control module. These events are different and on option of the Settings menu allows to choose whether they are displayed or not in the alarm list.

The saved alarm can be deleted by keeping simultaneously pressed the UP and DOWN keys. The ESC key is used to go back to the main menu. The picture shows a page of the list, containing both alarms and general events.

1.3 PROGRAMMING MODE

The Settings menu gives access to programming mode. As shown below, the menu offers a list of settings next to a window showing the default parameter set, or the one selected previously, when the pointer is moved on the relevant options.

The menu under the cursor is accessed by pressing the RET key. This is shown by the “Enabled Menu”. Once

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the menu is accessed, it is possible to change the value of the displayed fields or select a function by means of the arrow keys. The RET key is used to confirm the selection (an acoustic signal should be heard). The ESC key (or no key pressed for more than 7 seconds) sends back to the setting list. Pressing it again (or pressing no key for more than 10 seconds) brings back to the main menu.

Every selection made in the Settings menu is stored into the EEPROM until it is changed again, this allows to remember the settings status after an equipment reset.

Description of the submenus included in Settings.

SUBMENU

Clock / Date

FWD Read Mode

Remote Control

OPERATION

Update the time and date shown in the main menu box.

Selection of the analogue voltage signal (PEAK or RMS) to convert and display the Forward power in antenna. A message in the main menu screen confirms current choice.

It is possible to remotely control the apparatus, thus to monitor the parameters shown on the display of Amplifier Control module and check the status of the transmitter.

This is done through RS232 or RS485 standard serial communication, digital and analog inputs through the DB25 telemetering connector on the rear panel of the Amplifier Control module.

If the “Local” mode is set in this menu, the control module and the apparatus can only be controlled locally, and a remote command is ignored. If “Remote” is set instead, the REMOTE LED on the front panel of the module lights up after going back to the main screen. From then on, incoming remote commands from either the serial port or the telemeasuring connector on the rear panel are handled (Note 1) .

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Serial Comm Selects the remote control via serial port.

RS232 MODE: the RS232 mode allows a direct access to the equipment via PC and a remote access via modem or switched telephone line.

RS485 MODE: the RS485 mode allows a remote access to the equipment via modem over switched telephone line or GSM network. It allows the connection to the Remote Control System, designed to monitor several apparatuses located at the same site.

Enables / disables the buzzer during normal operation.

Buzzer

FAN Alarm

INT Alarm

LOG Mode

Select “OFF” to have the amplifiers turned off further to a FAN alarm; if

“ON” is selected, they will stay on.

Select “OFF” to have the amplifiers turned off further to a INTERLOCK alarm; if “ON” is selected, they will stay on.

Select “only alarms” to store in the EEPROM and display in the module LOG only detected alarms; select “all events” to store and display also any event detected by any amplifier and sent via RS485 to the control module.

Working Timer

Backlight

Frequency

Updates the counter of the working time of the transmitter. Once this menu has been enabled, the counter reset option appears in the window.

If “Switch Off” is selected and no key is pressed for 8 minutes, the back light of the display is turned off; select “always ON” to have it always on.

This menu only exists in the firmware for Amplifier Control of FM transmitters.

The working frequency can be selected within a range from 88 to 108MHz, this allows to optimise the display of the Forward power sent to the antenna.

Thresholds info

Release info

Shows for some seconds the alarms thresholds of the powers sent to the antenna.

Shows for some seconds information concerning the transmitter and the firmware version.

Note 1: to control the apparatus from remote, consider that pins n. 1 and n. 14 of the telemetering connector on the rear panel of Amplifier Control module are used to receive the ON (pin n. 1) and OFF (pin n. 14) commands, both impulsive and stationary. The digital level on these contacts is usually high, becoming low when the remote control is active. When a remote command to turn off the amplifiers is received while the transmitters is ON, the LED ON of the frontal panel blinks.

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1.3 POWER CALIBRATION

- FWD Power calibration

Disconnect the antenna and connect a wattmeter to the antenna connector. Give power to the amplifier until you will read on the wattmeter a value corresponding to the equipment nominal power. Then turn the trimmer

A (see mounting plan BOTTOM - PN1071AR2, it is a variable resistor used to adjust the A analog input measure) until you read approximately the same FWD power value on the display.

- REF Power calibration

Disconnect the antenna and connect a wattmeter to the antenna connector. Connect the Forward power monitoring cable to the Reflected power input connector. Give power to the amplifier until you will read on the wattmeter a value corresponding to 10% of the equipment nominal power. Then turn the trimmer B (see mounting plan BOTTOM - PN1071AR2, it is a variable resistor used to adjust the B analog input measure) until you read approximately the same REF power value on the display.

- UNB Calibration

Connect a wattmeter before the dummy load. Give power to the amplifier then turn off one slave module: you will read an amount of unbalancing power on the wattmeter. Turn the trimmer C (see mounting plan BOTTOM

- PN1071AR2, it is a variable resistor used to adjust the C analog input measure) until you read approximately the same UNB power value on the display.

1.4 RS232 AND RS485 PIN TABLES

PIN N° SYGNAL TYPE IN/OUT FUNCTION

3

4

5

1

2

8

9

6

7

-

Digital

Digital

-

GND

VDC +5V

-

-

-

-

Output

Input

-

-

-

-

-

-

RS232 - DB9 Connector (Front panel)

-

TX232

RX232

-

-

-

-

-

-

PIN N° SYGNAL TYPE IN/OUT FUNCTION

3

4

5

1

2

8

9

6

7

-

Digital

Digital

-

GND

-

Digital

Digital

-

-

Input

Input

-

-

-

Output

Output

-

RS485 - DB9 Connector (Rear panel)

-

RX2_485B-

RX2_485A+

-

-

-

TX2_485Z-

TX2_485Y+

-

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1.5 TELEMEASURING PINS TABLE

PIN N° SIGNAL TYPE

14

15

16

17

18

19

23

24

25

20

21

22

1

7

10

11

8

9

12

13

2

3

4

5

6

Digital

Digital

Digital

Digital

Digital

Digital

Digital

Digital

GND

Analog

Analog

Analog

Analog

Digital

GND

+5V

Analog

Analog

Analog

Analog

Digital

Digital

Digital

Digital

Digital

IN / OUT FUNCTION

-

Output

Output

Output

Output

Output

Output

Output

-

Output

Output

Output

Output

Input

Output

Output

Output

Output

Output

-

-

Output

Output

Output

Output

REMOTE ON/OFF TTL:

GND = REMOTE ON

+5V = REMOTE OFF

-

-

-

-

-

AGC alarm TTL:

GND = AGC alarm, +5V = no AGC alarm

-

-

-

-

-

-

REMOTE AMPLIFIER ON/OFF TTL: if REMOTE ON then

GND = AMPLIFIER OFF

+5V = AMPLIFIER ON

-

-

-

-

AGC alarm TTL:

GND = AGC alarm, +5V = no AGC alarm

FWD Power [0,+ 5V]

-

-

REF Power [0,+ 5V]

UNB Power [0,+ 5V]

-

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1.6 OTHER TABLES

C

D

E

A

B

F

G

SYGNAL TYPE IN/OUT

Analog

Analog

Analog

-

-

-

-

FUNCTION

Input

Input

Input

-

-

-

-

BNC Connectors

FWD Power monitoring

REF Power monitoring

UNB Power monitoring

-

-

-

-

PIN N° SYGNAL TYPE IN/OUT

3

7

8

9

4

5

6

1

2

GND

Digital

Digital

-

-

-

-

Analog

Analog

FUNCTION

-

Output

Output

-

Output

Output

-

-

-

-

AGC alarm TTL:

GND = AGC alarm, +5V = no AGC alarm

AGC alarm TTL:

GND = AGC alarm, +5V = no AGC alarm

-

-

-

-

FWD Power (range 0 - +5V)

FWD Power (range 0 - +5V)

AGC Connector

10

BNC

Contact

Body

SYGNAL TYPE IN/OUT FUNCTION

Digital

GND

Input

FANS control Switch or TTL: closed/GND = no FANS alarm open/+5V = FANS alarm

-

FANS CONTROL Connector

PIN N° SYGNAL TYPE IN/OUT FUNCTION

7

8

5

6

9

3

4

1

2

-

Digital

Digital

-

GND

-

Digital

Digital

-

-

Output

Output

-

Input

Input

-

-

-

RS485 - DB9 Connector (Amplifiers communication)

-

TX1_485Z-

TX1_485Y-

-

RX1_485B-

RX1_485A+

-

-

-

PIN N° SYGNAL TYPE IN/OUT

1

2

GND

VDC +24V -

-

24VDC LOAD FAN Connector

FUNCTION

-

-

11

12

Front panel

DESCRIPTION

1 Status LEDs

2 Alarm LEDs

3 RS232 Socket

4 LCD Display

5 Function keys

6 RF Monitor connector

7 ON/OFF Switch

Rear panel

DESCRIPTION

1 RF Input connector

2 Main Power supply socket with Fuse-Holder by 10A

3 Driver1 Power socket

4 Driver2 Power socket

5 Fans Power socket

6 GND

7 Fuse by 1A

8 Fuse by 8A

9 24Vdc Connectors

10 AGC Socket

11 Telemeasures socket

12 Fans Control connector

13 RS485 Socket (Amplifiers Communication)

14 RS485 Socket (Remote Control)

15 Interlock connector

16 Power measurement connector

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14

CONTROL AND DISPLAY BOARD

SCH0239AR0 Top layer Component layout

SCH0239AR0

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SCH0239AR0 Bottom layer Component layout

16

CC 15pF-S 01088

CC 1nF-S 01096

CC 1uF100V-S 01760A

CC 220pF-S 01093

CC 47pF-S 01100

CE 10uF16V-S

CE 1uF50V-S 01763A

CE 220uF50V LOW ESR

CE 47uF35V-S 01790A

CE 47uF50V-S 01791C

D 1N4148-S 03002

D 50WQ06FN

D BAS85-S

D BAT54S

DIS WG240128B

DL KA-3528SGC 03057

DL LEDG3 03053

DL LEDR3 03058

DL LEDY3 03051

IC 24LC64 04815

IC 74HC00-S 4762A

IC 82B715-S 04734A

IC CD4053BC-S 04710A

IC LM2596S-5.0

IC LM75-S 00668

IC LMC6482-S

IC LMC6484-S

IC M41T56 04611

IC MAX232-S 04804B

IC MAX3080-S 04770

IC MAX3080-S N.M.

IC MAX942CSA-S

IC MB90F543PF

IC MPC100T-450I-TT

IC ULN2003A 4870

IND MS85 10uH-S

IND T100uH-1.8A 4958

SCH0239AR0 COMPONENT LIST

Part Name/Number

BATT BH001RB 3093_90

BZ AI-155 03705

CC 100nF-S 01065C

Description

03093 03090 BATTERY HOLDER

03705 5VDC BUZZER

01065C Y5V 1206 COND

01088 SMD 1206 COND

01096 SMD 1206 COND

01760A Y5V 1206 COND <<50 V>>

01093 SMD 1206 COND

01100 SMD 1206 COND

01626B TANT. ELETTR SMD CO

01763A ELETTR SMD COND 2

1799A ELETTR SMD COND LOW ESR 4

01790A ELETTR SMD COND

01791C ELETTR SMD COND

03002 SMD DIODE 4

03019A SMD DIODE SCHOTTKY 5,5A 1

1

1

8

8

8

8

03024 SMD DIODE SCHOTTKY 8

03199 SMD SCHOTTKY DIODE A-K T 6

03083 240/128 DOT MATRIX LCD

03057 GREEN SMD LED DIODE

1

1

03053 GREEN LED DIODE 3mm

03058 RED LED DIODE 3mm

03051 YELLOW LED DIODE 3mm

04815 SMD INTEG CIRCUIT

1

1

1

4

4762A SMD INTEG CIRCUIT

04734A SMD INTEG CIRCUIT

04710A SMD INTEG CIRCUIT

04580 SMD INTEG CIRCUIT

00668 SMD INTEG CIRCUIT

04632 SMD INTEG CIRCUIT

04634 SMD INTEG CIRCUIT

04611 SMD INTEG CIRCUIT

04804B SMD INTEG CIRCUIT

04770 SMD INTEG CIRCUIT

NOT MOUTED SMD INTEG CIRCUIT 1

04572 SMD INTEG CIRCUIT 4

1

1

04596 SMD INTEG CIRCUIT

04577 SMD INTEG CIRCUIT

04870 SMD INTEG CIRCUIT

04948 INDUCTOR 2,7A

04958 TOROIDAL-STORAGE CHOKES 1

1

1

2

1

4

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

Qty.

Comps. Page 1/2

1

1

33

2

20

BATT1

BZ1

C10, C15, C17-19, C22, C25, C28, C38,

C45, C49-52, C55, C62-63, C68-69, C78,

C80-85, C87-88, C90, C92-95

C74-75

C12-14, C31-33, C42-43, C53-54, C56-58,

C60-61, C66, C76-77, C79, C86

C21, C23, C37, C64-65, C67, C71-72

C2-9

C20, C30, C35-36, C40-41, C48, C59

C24, C26-27, C29, C34, C39, C46-47

C89, C91

C16, C44, C70, C73

C11

C1

D12-13, D17, D19

D9

IC19

IC17

IC12

IC14

IC8

IC20

IC2-5

IC6

D1-8

D10-11, D14-16, D18

LCD1

DL1

DL3

DL2, DL4, DL6-7

DL5

IC7

IC16

IC22

IC18

IC9-11, IC13

IC15

IC21

IC1, IC23

L1

L2

17

Part Name/Number

INV IN-D43A-5V

J DB9_F-0° LT

J FC-10P 02697-02699

J FC-16P 02701-02700

J FC-26P 02855-02854

J PAN2 02739

J PAN2 02739-40-41

J PAN3 02707

J PAN3 NOT MOUNTED

J SCREWCONN2 02853

JU JUMP3 02707-02742

R 100R-S 00029A

R 10K-S 00053A

R 120R-S 00030A

R 1K0-S 00041A

R 1K5-S 00043A

R 22K-S 00057A

R 2K2-S 00045A

R 330R-S 00035B

R 33R-S 00023A

R 470K-S 00073A

R 470R-S 00037A

R 4K7-S 00049A

R 820R-S 00040A

RL 30.22.24 07569

RV 10K-S-H 00715

RV 1M-3266X

SW SWITCH-4DIP 90°

SW SWITCH-8DIP

T 06086 N 7630 7632

TR BC848 03457

XTAL 32.768k-S 05146

XTAL 4MHz-S 05101A

Description Qty.

Comps. Page 2/2

03085 DC/AC MODULE 1

02794 PCB CONNECTOR DB9 LONG T 1

02697+02699 PCB CONNECTOR POL 2

02701+02700 PCB CONNECTOR POL 2

02855+02854 PCB CONNECTOR POL 1

02739 PCB CONNECTOR 1

02739+02740+02741 PCB CONNECTO 1

02707 PCB CONNECTOR 3

NOT MOUNTED PCB CONNECTOR 2

02853 PCB SCREW CONNECTOR 1

02707+02742 MASCHIO PAN3

00029A RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206

00053A RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206

4

6

37

00030A RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206

00041A RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206

00043A RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206

00057A RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206

00045A RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206

00035B RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206

00023A RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206

00073A RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206

00037A RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206

00049A RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206

00040A RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206

07569 RELE

00715 VARIABLE RESISTOR

00815 VARIABLE RESISTOR

07531A PCB DIP SWITCH 90°

07530A PCB DIP SWITCH SMD

7630 7632 KTI06086 PULSANTE 2

03457 NPN SMD TRANSISTOR

05146 QUARTZ

05101A QUARTZ

2

5

2

11

8

2

2

8

30

1

1

5

1

8

1

1

4

1

1

1

INV1

J6

J11, J13

J12, J14

J10

J4

J5

J1-3

J8-9

J7

JP1-4

R109, R114, R119-121, R123

R22-27, R30, R32-33, R40, R47, R50, R57,

R68, R81-82, R85, R90-101, R105-108,

R116, R118, R122, R124

R112-113

R46, R54, R87-88, R104

R110-111

R18, R20-21, R28, R34, R36, R38-39, R41,

R43-44

R19, R35, R37, R42, R45, R53, R59-60

R89, R103

R86, R102

R48-49, R51-52, R55-56, R58, R65

R10-17, R29, R31, R61-64, R66-67,

R69-80, R83-84

R117

R9

RLY1-5

R115

R1-8

SW1

SW2

T1-4

TR1

XTAL1

XTAL2

18

220VAC SWITCHING BOARD

SCH0152AR0 Component layout

SCH0152AR0

SCH0152AR0 COMPONENT LIST

Part Name/Number

CC 2nF2 2kV 01045A

D 1N4148 03001

FUSE OMEGA C1034

J CON HD515V/05-6PVE

J FC-10P 02697-02699

J VASCHETTA IEC

JU JUMP2 02739-02742

RL 40.31.24

Description

01045A CERAMIC CAPACITOR

03001 DIODE

FUS00008 FUSE-HOLDER 5x20 D

02883 + 02884 PANDUIT PCB CONN

02697+02699 PCB CONNECTOR POL

02879 VASCHETTA FEMALE PCB

02739+02742 MALE PAN2

7567C RELE

Qty.

Comps.

1

3

1

3

1

1

3

6

C1-3

D1-6

F1

J1

J9

J6-8

JP1

RLY1-3

19

IN/OUT DIGITAL BOARD

SCH0241AR0 Component layout

SCH0241AR0

SCH0241AR0 COMPONENT LIST

Part Name/Number

DZ 5V1 03109

FUSE OMEGA C1034

J BNC-90G-PCB 2034

J DB9-90G 02797

J FC-16P 02701-02700

J SCREWCONN2 02853

J TESTP2.5mm 07912

R 0R0-S 00001

R 10K 0053

R 1K0 0041

Description

03109 ZENER DIODE

FUS00008 PORTA FUSIBILE 5x20 D

02034 PCB CONNECTOR

02797 PCB CONNECTOR

02701+02700 PCB CONNECTOR POL

02853 PCB SCREW CONNECTOR

07912 TEST POINT

00001 RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206

0053 RES 1/4W 5%

0041 RES 1/4W 5%

Qty.

Comps.

4

7

1

1

1

1

2

3

1

1

DZ1

F1

J2-3

J4-6

J1

J7

J8-11

R3-9

R1

R2

20

S-60-24 SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY

MAIN FEATURES

- Universal AC input / Full range

- Protections: Short circuit / Over load / Over voltage

- Cooling by free air convection

- 100% full load burn-in test

- Fixed switching frequency at 50kHz

MECHANICAL SPECIFICATION

PIN N° ASSIGNMENT

3

4

1

2

5

AC/L

AC/N

FG

DC OUTPUT -V

DC OUTPUT +V

1

2

3

4

5

2-M

3

3.5

4.5

24

152.5

78

159

E0031

21

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

OUTPUT

INPUT

MODEL

DC VOLTAGE

RATED CURRENT

CURRENT RANGE

RATED POWER

RIPPLE & NOISE (max.) Note 2

VOLTAGE ADJ. RANGE

VOLTAGE TOLERANCE

LINE REGULATION

LOAD REGULATION

Note 3

SETUP, RISE, HOLD TIME

VOLTAGE RANGE

FREQUENCY RANGE

EFFICIENCY (Typ.)

AC CURRENT

INRUSH CURRENT (Max.)

LEAKAGE CURRENT

OVER LOAD

S-60-15 S-60-24

15V

4A

0 ~ 4A

60W

150mVp-p

13.5 ~ 16.5V

± 1.0%

± 0.5%

24V

2.5A

0 ~ 2.5A

60W

150mVp-p

21.6 ~ 26.4V

± 1.0%

± 0.5%

± 0.5% ± 0.5%

300ms, 50ms, 80ms / 230VAC 800ms, 50ms, 10ms / 115VAC at full load

88 ~ 264VAC 120 ~ 370VDC

47 ~ 63Hz

77% 79%

24A/115VAC 1A/230VAC

COLD START 30A/115VAC 60A/230VAC

<3.5mA/240VAC

105 ~ 150% rated output power

Protection type: Hiccup mode, recovers automatically after fault condition is removed

PROTECTION

ENVIRONMENT

SAFETY & EMC

(Note 4)

OTHERS

OVER VOLTAGE

WORKING TEMP.

WORKING HUMIDITY

STORAGE TEMP., HUMIDITY

TEMP. COEFFICIENT

VIBRATION

SAFETY STANDARDS

WITHSTAND VOLTAGE

ISOLATION RESISTANCE

17.25 ~ 20.25V

27.6 ~ 32.4V

Protection type: Hiccup mode, recovers automatically after fault condition is removed

-10 ~ +60°C (Refer to output load derating curve)

20 ~ 90% RH non-condensing

-20 ~ +85°C, 10 ~ 95% RH

± 0.03%/°C (0 ~ 50°C)

10 ~ 500Hz, 2G 10min./1cycle, period for 60min. each along X, Y, Z axes

UL1012, UL1950, TUV EN60950 Approved

I/P-O/P:3KVAC I/P-FG:1.5KVAC O/P-FG:0.5KVAC

I/P-O/P, I/P-FG, O/P-GD:100M Ohms/500VDC

EMI CONDUCTION & RADIATION Compliance to EN55022 (CISPR22) Class B

HARMONIC CURRENT Compliance to EN61000-3-2,-3

EMS IMMUNITY

MTBF

DIMENSION

PACKING

Compliance to EN61000-4-2,3,4,5,6,8,11; ENV50204, EN55024, Light industry level, criteria A

316.2K hrs min. MIL-HDBK-217F (25°C)

159*97*38mm (L*W*H)

0.51kg; 24pcs/13.1kg/0.7CUFT

22

DERATING CURVE

100

80

60

40

20

-10

-10

0

0

10 20 30 40

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE ( )

50

45

60

55

(VERTICAL)

(HORIZONTAL)

OUTPUT DERATING VS INPUT VOLTAGE

24

20

16

Vo

32

28

12

8

Ta= 2 5

200

150

100

50

350

300

250

60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 260

INPUT VOLTAGE (V) 60Hz

23

ANALOG INPUT BOARD

SCH0110BR0 Component layout

SCH0110BR0

SCH0110BR0 COMPONENT LIST

Part Name/Number

CC 1206 N. M.

CC 1nF-S 01096

J BNC-90G-PCB 2034

J BNC-90G-PCB 2034

J FC-16P 02701-02700

R 0R0-S 00001

R 1206 N. M.

Z MICRO SOIC 8P N.M.

Description

N. M. SMD 1206 CAPACITOR

01096 SMD 1206 CAPACITOR

02034 PCB CONNECTOR

N. M. BNC-90G

02701+02700 PCB CONNECTOR POL

00001 RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206

N. M. RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206

Qty.

17

3

3

5

1

6

18

SMD INTEG CIRCUIT NOT MOUNTED 3

Comps.

C4-20

C1-3

J1-3

J4-8

J9

R13, R15, R17, R19, R21, R23

R1-12, R14, R16, R18, R20, R22

R24

IC1-3

24

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