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Техническое руководство по пейджинговому передатчику MOTOROLA NUCLEUS

SECTION 4: INSTALLATION OVERVIEW
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   INSTALLATION OVERVIEW
Proper installation is important to ensure the best possible performance and reliability of the paging transmitter equipment. Vital to a correct installation is pre-installation planning, including consideration of the mounting location of the equipment in relation to input power, antenna(s), and telephone interfaces. Also to be considered are site environmental conditions, the choice of mounting method, and required tools and equipment. The following paragraphs provide details on these and other pre-installation considerations.

- IMPORTANT -

If this is your first time installing this type of equipment, it is highly recommended that you completely read all Installation sections before beginning the actual installation.

General
 
This section is intended to serve as an overview for installing the Nucleus Advanced Control station and ancillary equipment. Procedures for each of the major tasks are provided in the following sections.
  • Plan the installation, paying particular attention to environmental conditions at the site, ventilation requirements, and grounding and lightning protection.
  • Unpack and inspect the equipment.
  • Mechanically install the equipment at the site.
  • Complete necessary electrical and cabling connections, including the following:
    • Site Grounding
    • AC or DC input power cabling
    • Coaxial cables to transmit and receive antennas
    • Phone line connections
    • Site Lightning Protection
  • Perform a post-installation functional checkout test of the equipment to verify proper installation.
 
FCC Compliance
NOTE: The efficiency of the equipment de-pends upon proper installation and service. Motorola recommends that this equipment be installed and serviced only by certified technicians.
FCC requirements state the following:
  • The grantee of a license has the responsibility of ensuring that all equipment operated under that license conforms to the specifications of the license.
  • The RF power output of a radio transmitter shall be no more than required for satisfactory technical operations considering the area to be covered and the local conditions.
  • The frequency, deviation, and power of a radio transmitter must be maintained within specific limits. It is recommended, therefore, that these three parameters be checked before the station is placed in service.
 
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