User manual ICOM ID-RP2

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[. . . ] D-STAR REPEATER SYSTEM id- rp2 Instruction Manual IMPORTANT READ THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAREFULLY before attempting to operate the repeater. EXPLICIT DEFINITIONS WORD DEFINITION Personal injury, fire hazard or electric R WARNING shock may occur. No risk or personal injury, fire or electric shock. SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL. This manual contains important safety and operating instructions for the ID-RP2 system. PRECAUTIONS R DANGER!ID-RP2 installation, particularly IDRP2L and antennas, is intended for professional installation only. [. . . ] We recommend to use the rack that has rails due to the weigh of the ID-RP2D and ID-RP2V is approx. 7. 5 kg (16. 5 lbs), respectively. I Rubber feet attachment q · Cross section Attach the supplied rubber feet onto the bottom of the ID-RP2C/D/V as shown at left when not installed into 19-inch rack. Desktop operation can be performed. w I Grounding To prevent electrical shock, television interference (TVI), broadcast interference (BCI) and other problems, ground the transceiver through the GROUND terminal on the rear panel. For best results, connect a heavy gauge wire or strap to a long earth-sunk copper rod. Make the distance between the [GND] terminal and ground as short as possible. R WARNING: NEVER connect the [GND] terminal to a gas or electric pipe, since the connection could cause an explosion or electric shock. 10 4 CONNECTIONS AND INSTALLATIONS I System connections AH-108 ID-RP2L (Assist 1) to AH-106/107 to AH-106/107 ID-RP2L (Assist 2) [A] [B] [A] [B] Antenna filter ID-RP2C OPC-1380 (supplied w/ID-RP2C) Duplexer ID-RP2V OPC-1309 (supplied w/ID-RP2D/V) Control cable (supplied w/ID-RP2D/V) Coaxial cables (purchase locally) OPC-1309 (supplied w/ID-RP2D/V) External DC power supply 13. 8 V Red Black + _ ID-RP2D Control cable (supplied w/ID-RP2D/V) AC outlet AC power cable 11 CONNECTIONS AND INSTALLATIONS 4 I Antenna assembling R DANGER!: Antenna installation is intended for professional installation only. We are not responsible for any building breakage, any damage resulting from a drop of the antenna from a high place or unstable site or resulting from any personal injury nor any accident in any other cases. Be sure to consult an expert engineer for installations. D AH-106 Unscrew q Remove the pole clamp that attached to the elevation angle. w Unscrew 4 bolts from the elevation angle. Unscrew Elevation angle Element arm e Attach the element-arm onto the reflector. NOTE: Check the orientation. Top Reflector Reflector Elevation base angle Elementarm Bottom Sub elevation angle r Attach the elevation and sub elevation angles as the diagram at left. Fix the angles using with the bolts that are unscrewed at steps w and are attached with the sub elevation angle. NOTE: Select the suitable screw hole position that the point where the suitable parabolic antenna beams angle is provided with the sub elevation angle adjustment. Elevation angle Element arm 12 Short Long Continue to the next page. 4 CONNECTIONS AND INSTALLATIONS Pole (48. 6­89. 1 mm) Stopper t Attach the pole between the elevation angle and the pole clamp, that is removed in steps q, as illustrated at left. · Tighten the two bolts within an even torque. · Use the stopper of the elevation angle when installing the antenna at the top edge of the pole. Pole clamp Element y Attach the supplementary arms between element arm and parabolic reflector, and attach the antenna element to the element arm. NOTE: The "V" stamps on the antenna element must be face up. Supplementary arm 13 CONNECTIONS AND INSTALLATIONS 4 D AH-107 Bolts M6×30 Element-arm fitting plate q Attach the element arm to the parabolic reflector using with the supplied bolts (M6×30) and the element arm fitting plates. Note: Check the orientation. Top Reflector Reflector Elevation base angle Elementarm Long Short Bottom Elementarm w Attach the clamp base. Use the bolts that are attached to the clamp base. Clamp base Bolts (Attached at the clamp base) Bolts (M6×65) e Attach the pole stopper with the supplied bolts (M6×65) temporary. Pole stopper Continue to the next page. 14 4 CONNECTIONS AND INSTALLATIONS r Fix the supplied pole with the pole clamp as illustrated at left. Pole clamp Pole stopper Pole (Supplied item) Element t Attach the antenna element to the element holder. NOTE: The "Z" stamps on the antenna element must be face up. Check the orientation Element holder y Install the assembled parabolic antenna to the pole. Pole (32­60mm) IMPORTANT!Make fast the parabolic antenna to the pole with the wire (purchase locally) through the ring in the upper behind of the reflector to prevent the parabolic antenna dispersion or the fall. Bolts (M8) Pole clamp Spring washer (M8) Nut (M8) Pole clamp 15 CONNECTIONS AND INSTALLATIONS 4 D AH-108 AH-108 Pole (30­60 mm) q Attach the nut (M6) to the radial, then attach the radial to the AH-108. w Attach the supplied bolts, pole clamps, spring washers, flat washers and nuts to the AH-108 as illustrated at left. Attachment to other part may cause damage of the AH-108 due to strength shortage. e Fix the AH-108 to the pole using with the supplied pole clamps, spring washers, flat washers and nuts. Nut Radial Plating area Nut Spring washer Flat washer AH-108 Pole clamps Pole clamps 16 4 CONNECTIONS AND INSTALLATIONS I ID-RP2L installation R DANGER!: The ID-RP2L installation is intended for professional installation only. We are not responsible for any building breakage, any damage resulting from a drop of the ID-RP2L from a high place or unstable site or resulting from any personal injury nor any accident in any other cases. Be sure to consult an expert engineer for installations. U-bolt Pole clamp ID-RP2L must be connected to the parabolic antenna element directly. [. . . ] Click NOTE: See pages 31 and 32 for the COM port number confirmation details. 43 REPEATER SETTINGS 7 e Click t The utility reads the ID-RP2L setting and the screen as at left appears when the correct COM port number is set. y Enter the receive and transmit frequency for microwave link repeater operations in to "RX" and "TX" columns respectively. · Enter the transmit frequency of the opposed microwave link repeater into "RX, " receive frequency into "TX" column. w Click [Z], then select "Normal. " q Enter the specified frequencies. u Click [Z] of "TX Mode, " then select "Normal. " NOTE: The selections of "External, " "PN" and "Carrier" are used for maintenance purpose only. i Click [Write] to program the set frequencies and conditions into the ID-RP2L. 44 8 MAINTENANCE I Troubleshooting If your repeater seems to be malfunctioning, please check the following points before sending it to a service center. PROBLEM Does not turn ON. POSSIBLE CAUSE · Power connector has a poor contact. [. . . ]

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