User manual ICOM IC-FR5100

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[. . . ] INSTRUCTION MANUAL VHF FM REPEATER iFR5100 UHF FM REPEATER iFR6100 IMPORTANT R E A D T H I S I N S T RU C T I O N M A N UA L CAREFULLY before attempting to operate the repeater. EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS WORD RWARNING CAUTION NOTE DEFINITION Personal injury, fire hazard or electric shock may occur. No risk of personal injury, fire or electric shock. SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL­ This manual contains important safety and operating instructions for the IC-FR5100/IC-FR6100 vhf/uhf fm repeaters. PRECAUTIONS R WARNING HIGH VOLTAGE!NEVER attach an antenna or internal antenna connector during transmission. Place the repeater in a secure place to avoid inadvertent use by children. [. . . ] The desired function can be assigned. * (Default: Null) 13. 2 V DC output Customize A/D input (Not used) No connection Ground The desired function can be assigned. * (Default: Null) The desired function can be assigned. * (Default: P0 Monitor Output) The desired function can be assigned. * (Default: Busy Output) The desired function can be assigned. * (Default: Null) The desired function can be assigned. * (Default: EPTT Input) Input terminal for data. The desired function can be assigned. * (Default: Analog Audible Output) The AF detector Output. The desired function can be assigned. * (Default: Mic Mute Output) The desired function can be assigned. * (Default: Null) The desired function can be assigned. * (Default: Mic Hanger Output) Specification -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Input level: 300 mV rms Output level: 300 mV rms -- Output current: Less than 1 A -- -- -- +5 V pull up, Active=L +5 V pull up, Active=L +5 V pull up, Active=L +5 V pull up, Active=L +5 V pull up, Active=L -- +5 V pull up, Active=L -- +5 V pull up, Active=L +5 V pull up, Active=L +5 V pull up, Active=L * The desired function can be assigned using the optional CS-FR5000 cloning software. 3 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS n Unpacking After unpacking, immediately report any damage to the delivering carrier or dealer. For a description and a diagram of accessory equipment included with the repeater, see `SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES' on p. ii of this manual. 2 n Antenna connection For radio communications, the antenna is a critical component, along with output power and sensitivity. NEVER remove the fuse-holder from the DC power receptacle. AC outlet DC power supply 13. 2 V; at least 20 A Red Black + _ R When you disconnect the DC power cable, take care no crack of your fingernail. w q Push Supplied DC power cable AC cable Red Black 5 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS 2 n Power supply connection Make sure the repeater's power is turned OFF when connecting a DC power cable. Check the source voltage before connecting the power cable. n Mounting the repeater D Using the supplied handle The supplied handles are available for mounting the repeater into a 19 inch rack. q Attach the supplied handles to both sides of the repeater's front panel with the spacers, then tighten the screws as below. 1 P0 P1 P2 P3 P4 Screw Handle Spacer 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 6 w The completed installation should look like as below. P0 P1 P2 P3 P4 3 OPERATION n Receiving and transmitting D Repeater operation Ask your dealer for details of the repeater's programming. 1) he [TX] and [BUSY] indicators light simultaneT ously while transmitting/receiving a signal. · The [TX] indicator lights red. · The [BUSY] indicator lights green. D Base station operation Receiving q Push [POWER] to turn the power ON. e Push [CH Up]*2 or [CH Down]*2 to select the desired channel. · When receiving a signal, the [BUSY] indicator lights green and audio is emitted from the speaker. · Further adjustment of [VOLUME] to a comfortable listening level may be necessary at this point. NOTE: A power amplifier protector is built-in to the repeater. The protector is activated when the repeater temperature becomes extremely high due to the frequently access to the repeater to reduce the transmit output power level. The output power will return to the normal level when the repeater has cooled down. *1 When the [SQL Level Up/Down] key function is assigned to [SELECT]. *2 When the [CH Up]/[CH Down] key functions are assigned. Transmitting q Take the microphone off hook. e Push and hold [PTT] to transmit, then speak into the microphone at your normal voice level. IMPORTANT: To maximize the audio quality of the transmitted signal: (1) Pause briefly after pushing [PTT]. (2) Hold the microphone 1 to 2 inch (2. 5 to 5 cm) from your mouth, then speak into the microphone at a normal voice level. 7 MAINTENANCE n Troubleshooting The following chart is designed to help correct problems which are not equipment malfunctions. PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE 4 If you are unable to locate the cause of a problem or solve it through the use of this chart, contact the nearest Icom Dealer or Service Center. SOLUTION · Re-connect the DC power cable correctly. 8 a spare one. Power does not come · DC power cable is improperly connected. · Fuse is blown. N o s o u n d s f r o m t h e · Volume level is too low. · The squelch is closed. · Rotate [VOLUME] clockwise to obtain a p. [. . . ] The transmit power is 25 watts, there is 20 m of RG-213 coaxial cable and the antenna is vertically polarised dipole. The dipole antenna has a forward gain of 0 dBd or 1. 6, giving an EIRP of 20 watts. Referring to the table above for VHF/UHF vertical antennas, this gives a front clearance distance of approx. 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. [. . . ]

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