[time-nuts] Power Problems Lucent KS-24361, L101 & L102
artgodwin at gmail.com
Sun Feb 5 11:20:22 EST 2017
There's a surface-mount fuse on the back of the board. But pin 3 seems to
show no leakage to other pins. I'd be surprised if connecting it has caused
Have you tried reconnecting it correctly ?
On Sun, Feb 5, 2017 at 3:53 PM, Bob Camp <kb8tq at n1k.org> wrote:
> The power “brick” is a pretty standard Lucent part. The show up from time
> to time
> on the surplus market. The gotcha is that you may be able to buy a KS box
> for less
> than the asking price for the power brick.
> There are no schematics on these devices other than what some people have
> out here and there. The input to the power brick is simple enough that
> it’s probably
> worth simply tracing out on the board. That will involve pulling the board
> out of the chassis (which is a pain). Once it’s out, some quick ohm meter
> checks between
> the power inputs and the labeled pins on the power converter will give you
> a pretty
> good idea of what goes where. There *might* be a pc board mounted fuse on
> somewhere ….
> > On Feb 4, 2017, at 8:54 PM, Roland Wm Buzz Ude <buzz at baylorhill.com>
> > I,m brand new to this forum. I need your help. While powering up a
> KS-24361 set of units for the first time, my power plug for P1 was wired
> incorrectly!. Pin one (P1) was plus 24 VDC; Pin three (P1) minus 24
> > should have been pin two Tried same connection on both L101 and L102, no
> activity of any kind. Where does pin three (P1) connect. I may have trashed
> both units. Are schematics available. Thanks W8BUZ
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