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3.5" (8.89 cm) H x 19" (48.26 cm) W x 11" (27.94 cm) D
0° C to 50° C
16 inputs +/-4.5VDC maximum referenced to ground
16 inputs 0-28VDC or switch closure
32 open collector outputs (16 raise, 16 lower) maximum 250mA, 28V; 10 amp maximum with optional IP-8 interface panel. Configurable command duration from .22 to 28 seconds per channel.*
Open collector fail-safe output activates 90 seconds after detection of studio to transmitter link failure. Configurable alarm delay from 0 to 126 seconds per channel.*
Front panel selection of mode, maintenance override, channel increment, channel decrement, on/raise, off/lower, alarm clear.
Each channel is calibrated using the raise and lower keys to adjust the reading of the sample to the proper display value. The speed of the change in value is proportional, permitting ±1 digit adjustment or rapid gross changes.
Modem boards are installed for the class of service requested. A 2-wire modem is used for audio over a leased line or twisted pair. The Universal Modem provides independent path for send and receive, each configurable for audio, RS-232 or sub-carrier frequencies.
600 ohms balanced, -9dBm nominal out, -30dBm min. in
2000 ohms unbalanced, 1.5V p-p out, .25V p-p min. in
1070Hz and 1270Hz transmitter to studio, 2025Hz and 2225Hz studio to transmitter.
Frequencies of 39, 67, 92, 110, 152, and 185 KHz.
300 bps full duplex with error detection.
32 character (16 x 2) LCD alphanumeric display, 16 LED status indicators, 3 mode indicators.
12-bit dual slope integration with auto-zero and inherent RF and 60Hz rejection.
Better than 0.1% for 4V input; Better than 0.5% at min. 0.25V input.
Non-volatile memory for storage of calibration constants, setup information, and user defined labels for ten years without power.
DB-37P for analog and status inputs, DB-37S for control outputs, BNC connectors for use with radio modem, barrier strip for use with wire modem, IEC power cord for AC power.
117 VAC nominal, 50/60Hz; 30W. 220 VAC available.
*Alarm delays and command durations are configured using the AutoLoad software.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.