[time-nuts] Austron 2100F
asmagal at fc.up.pt
asmagal at fc.up.pt
Fri Oct 22 22:00:31 UTC 2010
With an outboard +/- 12 Volt power source my 2100F is now working fine.
A new replacement package is therefore desperately needed.
Quoting asmagal at fc.up.pt:
> Dear All,
> Diving into the hardware, I found the DC-DC +5 to +/-12 V Power Source
> defective. There may be something more but that is serious enough.
> Thank you for your kind attention and help.
> Quoting paul swed <paulswedb at gmail.com>:
>> Thats what I was thinking also on the reference and emailed back to the
>> I believe over time that internal switch to select 1,5,10 mc can get a bit
>> If a operating reference is connected and checked to be correct toggle the
>> switch a few times to clean its contacts. It gets lonely sitting in there by
>> itself for years. ;-)
>> On Fri, Oct 22, 2010 at 8:12 AM, Chuck Harris <cfharris at erols.com> wrote:
>>> Hi Antonio,
>>> Ok. I just wanted to be sure that it was still up in Europe. Canada
>>> dropped their chains 3 months earlier than they said they would. And
>>> since Loran-C is no longer usable world wide, I figure Europe will be
>>> dropping their chain soon.
>>> The error indication you have described tells me that you have no
>>> reference oscillator. This could be for a couple of reasons:
>>> 1) you have no frequency standard connected to your 2100F
>>> 2) the switch, labeled 1-5-10, on the board stack visible when you hinge
>>> open the front panel is set incorrectly for your external frequency
>>> 3) Your 2100F is broken.
>>> -Chuck Harris
>>> asmagal at fc.up.pt wrote:
>>>> I am in Portugal, currently receiving the European
>>>> 6731 LESSAY Chain.
>>>> Best regards,
>>>> Quoting Chuck Harris <cfharris at erols.com>:
>>>> Are you sure that your Loran chain is still up? In the US and
>>>>> Canada, Loran has been decommissioned.
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