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[. . . ] INSTRUCTION MANUAL HF/50 MHz ALL BAND 1 kW LINEAR AMPLIFIER iPW1 iPW1EURO IMPORTANT READ THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAREFULLY before attempting to operate the linear amplifier. SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL. This instruction manual contains important safety and operating instructions for the IC-PW1/IC-PW1EURO. PRECAUTION RWARNING HIGH VOLTAGE!NEVER attach an antenna or internal antenna connector during transmission. AVOID using or placing the linear amplifier or remote controller in areas with temperatures below ­10°C (+14°F) or above +40°C (+104°F). [. . . ] Use the shorter end (from the bushing) to connect to the remote controller. Control cable JACK unit MAIN unit Separation cable (Fig. 1) u Remove 2 screws from the cable hole cover on the linear amplifier rear panel. Keep the hole cover and screws for future use. Longer end (from the bushing) Control cable (step i) J3 CONTR OLLER Control cable (step e) (Fig. r Remove 2 screws from the front panel of the linear amplifier, then detach the remote controller. 1) Attach the dummy panel onto the space left by the controller using the 2 screws. i Plug the other longer end (from the bushing) of the separation cable into J10 on the JACK unit through the cable hole. Connect the control cable to J11. Control cable J11 Separation cable To J3 (MAIN) J10 t Remove 5 screws from the rear panel of the remote controller, then remove the rear panel. JACK unit o Plug the other end of the control cable into J3 on the MAIN unit. 2) !0 Replace the top cover and 8 screws. 11 OPERATION I When first applying power (CPU resetting) Before first applying power, make sure all connections required for your system are complete by referring to chapter 2. q Make sure the linear amplifier, exciter and auxiliary power supply (p. w While pushing [UP] and [DOWN], push [POWER] to turn power ON. - The internal CPU is reset. - The remote controller shows its initial condition when resetting is complete. 3 If the controller's power is supplied from non-Icom exciters or auxiliary power supply (p. 10), turn the exciter or auxiliary power supply ON while pushing [UP] and [DOWN] to reset the CPU. [POWER] e Reset the exciter's CI-V settings after resetting. 13, 14) [DOWN] [UP] I Setting the ALC levels R CAUTION: Final FETs may be damaged if the ALC level adjustment is set incorrectly. e Be sure that the [ALC adj1] and [ALC adj2] pots on the rear panel max. (default) [ALC adj2] [ALC adj1] y Push the transmit meter-2 switch one or more times to select the ALC level meter. - The [ALC] indicator lights. u Push [TUNER] to turn the antenna tuner ON. - The [TUNER] light lights. i While adjusting the 1st exciter's RF output power, transmit a 100 W output power of the selected band signal using CW or RTTY mode. o Adjust the [ALC adj1] pot to the ALC adjustment point as shown below. ALC adjustment point METER-2 !0 Check that the Po meter shows 1 kW output power. 100 0 Po ID TEMP 0 10 250 500 50 HOT 1K 60 1. 5K W A Output power 20 30 40 METER-1 r Push [POWER] to turn the linear amplifier power ON. t Push [UP] or [DOWN] to select an operating band except 50 MHz band. - Select a band which uses a well-matched 50 antenna. !1 Adjust the [ALC adj2] pot in the same manner when a 2nd exciter is connected. 12 3 OPERATION I Programming the CI-V address The IC-PW1/EURO uses CI-V frequency data for automatic selection of the operating band. Program the exciter's address to use this capability as follows: For non-Icom exciters, the IC-PW1/EURO cannot be controlled using the CI-V function, so this setting is not necessary. For transceivers which have multiple antenna connectors for specified bands (e. g. IC-726, IC-729, etc. ), set the same as for 2 Icom exciters. D When using 1 Icom exciter q While pushing [INPUT], push [POWER] to enter the CI-V address programming mode. - [INPUT z] blinks. HF/50MHz ALL BAND 1kW LINEAR AMPLIFIER POWER iPW1 z Po VD SWR ALC x INPUT TRANSMIT ID TEMP METER-1 TUNER METER-2 z x c v ANT AMP/ PROTECT DOWN AUTO 1. 8 3. 5 7 10 14 18 21 24 28 50 UP D Setting the Icom exciters When connecting 2 or more CI-V devices: DO NOT use the "AUTO" baud rate for CI-V devices. · When using the same baud rate, the exciters' frequencies are synchronized. 4800 and 9600 bps, etc. ), the exciters' frequencies are not synchronized. q Confirm that the exciter's CI-V transceive function is ON. - Refer to the instruction manual for details. w Rotate the Icom exciter's tuning dial until the [INPUT z] light continuously lights. [. . . ] · The linear amplifier is located in an area with bad air circulation. · [ALC adj] is not adjusted properly. 18 5 SPECIFICATIONS I Transmitter · Output power MODE 200­240 V AC CW, RTTY SSB 1 kW 1 kW PEP 100­120 V AC 500 W 500 W PEP I General · Frequency coverage: 01. 800­01. 999 MHz 03. 500­13. 999 MHz 07. 000­17. 300 MHz 10. 100­10. 150 MHz 14. 000­14. 350 MHz 18. 068­18. 168 MHz 21. 000­21. 450 MHz 24. 890­24. 990 MHz*1 28. 000­29. 700 MHz*1 50. 000­54. 000 MHz *1 The U. S. A. version can only be used the antenna tuner on the 24­28 MHz bands. : INPUT AC VOLTAGE · Driving power : 100 W max. · Spurious emissions : ­60 dB (HF bands) ­70 dB (50 MHz band) · SEND connector · ALC connector : Phono (RCA) : Phono (RCA) · Antenna connector Input Output : PL-239 × 2 (50 ) PL-239 × 4 (50 ) I Antenna tuner · Matching impedance range: HF bands*2 16. 7 to 150 unbalanced (Less than VSWR 3:1) · Usable temperature : ­10°C to 40°C (14°F to 104°F) range · Power supply requirement: non-Europe versions 100­120 V AC or 200­240 V AC (±10 %) Europe version 230 V AC (±10 %) · Dimensions (W × H × D): Linear amplifier 350 × 265 × 375 mm 13 25/32 × 10 7/16 × 14 3/4 in Remote controller 205 × 71 × 68. 3 mm 8 1/16 × 2 25/32 × 2 11/16 in (Projections not included) 50 MHz band 20 to 125 unbalanced (Less than VSWR 2. 5:1) *2 The U. S. A. version can only be tuned within 1. 80­1. 95 MHz of the 1. 8 MHz band. · Minimum operating input power: 60 W · Tuning accuracy · Insertion loss : VSWR 1. 5:1 or less : Less than 1. 0 dB (after tuning) · Weight · CI-V connector : Approx. [. . . ]

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