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Hardware, Cabling, Installations / Re: IC-7100 cables?
« on: 2018-04-05, 11:27:50 »
Hi, for normal setups it doesn't matter which cable you use in control and radio end.  If you have lot of RF feedback at the radiosite it may be better to use the orginal cable in the radio end as it may be better screened. The cable included in the remoterig set is a standard patch cable with common screen.

73 de mike

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Konfiguration av RRC 1258 / Re: RRC 1258 slutade fingera.
« on: 2018-04-01, 18:04:23 »
Hej
om du kan komma åt den och se att inställningarna är rätt så fungerar den ju. Då är det säkert nått annat det är fel på i vanlig ordning

/micke

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Hi

temp sensors should be connected between BUS-A and 0V or BUS-B and 0 V

But we have seen that those Chinese sensors do not have a genuine Dallas sensor and the WS will not recognize some of them.

73 de mike

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Yes both SO and N version are available from our webshop

73 de mike

35
Hi

Remoterig only transfer the audio, if variable audio is connected to the Radio-RRC, variable Audio will be ouput from the Control-RRC. If you use a TS-480 you have the second audio channel free so if there is a fixed level output from the radio it can be transferred through the second channel.

73 de mike

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Allmänt diskussionsforum / Re: QRM från fjärrstyrning?
« on: 2018-03-09, 07:02:08 »
Hej

Alla våra grejer står default i läge "Auto prefer10 MBit". Har man en switch som klarar 10 Mbit så kommer vår burk att förhandla till 10Mbit just för att störnivåerna allmänt är mindre i 10 Mbit. Dessutom så skickas bara data när det behövs, I 100 Mbit skickas alltid data, nonsens om man inte har nått att skicka.  Micke

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Hi

It's only TS-480 and IC-7100 which is designed to be controlled via CAT without the front panel  attached.

73 de mike

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Do you have a separate power supply for the Radio-RRC ?
A common problem is that the FT-857 makes a short circuit when it powers up and many even 30A power supplies can not deliver 13.8V during this short period and that makes the Radio-RRC to reset. If you hear the click when power up that's a typical indication of that problem.

/mike

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Is the system tested on the same LAN ? Are cables etc OK
I think if no serial data is comming in to the RRC it will not send any CMD packages and it will look like the CMD port is blocked

73 de mike

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Hi
It's lomg time ago but I think it had to be more than 10 bytes to be transferred at that time

/mike

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The web password is set on the IP settings page

SIP password is something else

/micke

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Alaways set a password by yourself, there are robots scanning around on Internet which set password to unprotected devices.
 You have to make factory default reset if you do not now the password

73 de mike

43
The schematics shows that MC60 has PTT between pin 2 and 8 so PTT should work.

/mike

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Hi Mitch

Your knowledge in this area is at least as good as mine so I do not have much to add.

There was some customer in NA which had a ISP that did not transfer short UDP packages so we introduced the "UDP cmd min-data-size" settings to be able to set a minimum package length, that solved their problem. As it's only the CMD port which is the problem that might be something to try, But it's strange that this shows up without changing ISP

73 de mike

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Hi

4.26 is including the latest updates for RC1216H

73 de mike

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