User manual ICOM IC-FR3100
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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] INSTRUCTION MANUAL
VHF FM REPEATER
UHF FM REPEATER
READ THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAREFULLY before attempting to operate the repeater.
WORD R WARNING CAUTION NOTE DEFINITION Personal injury, fire hazard or electric shock may occur. No risk of personal injury, fire or electric shock.
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manual contains important safety and operating instructions for the IC-FR3100/FR4100 series.
R WARNING HIGH VOLTAGE!NEVER attach an antenna or internal antenna connector during transmission. NEVER install the antenna in any place that a person can touch the antenna easily during transmission. [. . . ] NOTE: When repeatedly to turning the repeater ON and OFF quickly, the repeater may not turn ON. In this case turn OFF the power switch and wait for a while, then turning power ON again.
Mounting the repeater
D Using the optional MB-78
An optional MB-78 19 INCH RACK MOUNT BRACKET is available for mounting the repeater into a 19 inch rack. · Bottom side installation q Remove the 2 screws (M4 × 8) from both sides of the side panel (front-end).
D In AC operation
· The [DC] indicator turns OFF. · Use the supplied AC power cable for connection to a domestic AC outlet. · Extension cords should not be used unless absolutely necessary. · Usually the battery is continuously charged with a small amount of current from an AC power supply through the regulator circuit in the repeater. Discharging is therefore prevented even if the battery is not used for a long time.
w Attach the MB-78 to the bottom side of the repeater.
D In DC operation
CAUTION: Voltages greater than 16 V DC will damage the repeater. Lead-acid batteries should be placed at least 5 m away from the repeater. Use a heavy duty cable to make the connection and be sure both the positive (red) and negative (black) terminals are correctly connected. Connect the DC power cable to the repeater first, then the positive (red) terminal and negative (black) terminal to the battery to prevent an electric shock. · After the battery is connected and the [POWER] switch is ON, the repeater continuously supplies approx. If the repeater stops functioning while connected to the battery, disconnect the battery, recharge it, then connect the battery to continue operation after the battery is charged. e Tighten the supplied screws (M4 × 8) and the 2 screws removed in step q to each side. (6 screws in total)
r The completed bottom side installation should look like this.
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
· Top side installation q Remove the screws (M4 × 8) from both sides of the MB-78.
t Remove the 2 screws (M4 × 8) from both sides of the side panel (front-end).
w Remove the handles from the bottom bar. And turn the handles upside down, then replace the handles right side and left side.
y Attach the MB-78 to the top side of the repeater. Then tighten the supplied screws (M4 × 8) and 2 screws removed from each side of the repeater. (6 screws in total)
e Attach the handles to the bar, then tighten the screws.
u The top side installation should look like this.
r The completed MB-78 should look like this. i Turn the repeater upside down, and remove the 4 legs before mounting into the 19 inch rack.
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
D Using the optional MB-77
An optional MB-77 WALL MOUNT BRACKET is available for mounting the repeater to a flat surface. · Mount the MB-77 securely with the 12 supplied screws (M6 × 30) to a surface which is more than 50 mm thick and can support more than 20 kg (44 lb). The unit must be mounted on a flat hard surface only.
RWARNING: NEVER mount the repeater on the MB-77 by yourself. At least two people are required to mount the repeater since it weights approx. 12 kg.
q Attach the hinges on the right side of the repeater as shown below. [. . . ] The antenna installation needs to ensure that the lowest part of the antenna is at least 3 m above any point where the general public may gain access and that they cannot pass within 1. 5 m in front of the antenna. If there is no general public access to the roof in question then the antenna could be mounted on a short stub mast. If there is such access to the roof then the antenna could be mounted on top of a short mast of 3. 2 m high. The mast position should be such that the antenna can radiate clearly i. e. [. . . ]
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