Well I have a new in the box
unit and a number of them on repeaters. Have some paper work around here
someplace will look for it over the weekend and if found will pass the info
I know there is a pot you
adjust it about 2 volts above the battery to keep it charged but it is done as
to what type of battery you are using.
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Sent: Thursday, March 30, 2006 11:16
Subject: RE: [Repeater-Builder] Power
Supply help needed
have one as well, never have been able to find out much though. Yes, the
batteries attach across the main output. Somewhere inside there is a
voltage adjustment that you set according to battery specs. A switch on
the back labeled float (normal position) and equalize (highr charge voltage,
to equalize the batts)... I have also been told there is a
function for outputting a beep to the audio to indicate loss of mains...
but can't verify any of this. It doesn't appear in any of my
manuals... So mine sits dormant, and I use a Xantrex C-35 and
solar array... mains go and washing machine relay un-latches to engagde
batts.... hillbilly-hombrew kind of thing!
you ever locate the manual for the S-1323A Deviation Meter / Sinadder? I
never heard back...
I am looking for information on the Micor
station " battery charger" power supply, TPN1106A. This unit has a
large cast aluminum heatsink on the rear side of it, and a TLN5298 stamped
on the chassis as well. This unit provides charging for stand by
batteries as well as powering the station. No manual that I have found has
any info on these supplies. For example, where does the battery hook up?
Across the output? Anyone have a print or any info?\
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