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A NA C OM, I NC. AnaSat ® SSPA Series Operating Manual Ku-Band SEKu-Band EC-Band SEC-Band .
You have just received an AnaSat ® SSPA (Solid-State Power Amplifier), a cost-effective product with no compromise on quality and reliability . This product should provide tireless performance in any reasonable operating environment. Note that this product is transmit only, and does not include a Block Down-Converter, which will have to be obtained separately.
3000 Tasman Drive, Santa Clara, CA 95054 Tel: (408) 748 7800 Fax: (408) 748 7801 3133501 Operating Manual for the AnaSat ® -Series SSPA Table of Contents Table of Contents .......................................................
3133501 Maintenance ....................................................................................................................... 18 Fan Replacement ..................................................................................
3133501 AnaAat ® SSPA Quick Start Guide 1. Mount the SSPA on the antenna. 2. Connect the cables for RF input, and RF output (waveguide). 3. If needed, connect the M&C or PA MONI TOR to the driver or Protection Switch. 4. Connect AC power, nominal 120 or 240 VAC.
3133501 Introduction The AnaSat ® VSAT series of SSPAs are designed for continuous outdoor duty in all types of environments. Ideally suited for SCPC, MCPC, DAMA, and VoIP applications. Designed to interface with a 0 dBm driver, the AnaSat ® VSAT SSPA may be used in a wide variety of communication networks.
3133501 Typical Operating Parameters – AnaSat SSPAs EC/SEC-Band Ku/SEKu-Band 1 dB Compression Point 10W : 40 dBm 20W : 43 dBm 30W : 44.8 dBm 40W : 46 dBm 50W : 47 dBm 60W : 47.8 dBm 70W : 48.5 dBm 80W : 49 dBm 100W : 50 dBm 125W : 51 dBm 150W : 51.
3133501 Installation R emoval of any cover may jeopardize the we ather seal, which may cause problems later. ! Unpacking Check to make sure that the SSPA has not suffere d any damage in shipm ent. Compare contents of the crate to ensure items received match those listed on the packing slip.
3133501 Power Amplifier Be sure the SSPA TX OUT port is properly terminat ed prior to operation. Ensure all the correct waveguide gaskets are used to prevent water damage. TO ENSURE PROTECTION OF PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT, USE CARE DURING ANTENNA INSTALLATION AND WHENEVER WORKING ON OR AROUND THE SYSTEM.
3133501 SSPA Mounting Considerations The AnaSat ® SSPA must be mounted such that: 1. Sufficient support is afforded the Block Up-Conve rter to minimize the effects of antenna sway in strong winds. 2. Air movement is possible across the heat sink fins.
3133501 Figure 3a - Front and Side Views of Boom Mount ed SSPA ANA COM INC. Document Title 150 Knowles Dr. Los Size Date Sheet 1 of Rev ASSEMBLY DRAWING, SINGLE MO UNTING KI T 31626 3 FEB 2003 B 1 3 BOOM ARM ASSEMBLY 2 A NACOM SSPA 1 1 4 5 6 4 NOTE: UPPER CHANNEL CAN BE INVERTED T O ACCOMADATE LARGER BOOM SIZE IF NEEDED NOTE: THIS MOUNT ING KIT IS COMPAT IBLE W ITH ALL ANASAT T RANSCEIVERS.
3133501 Figure 3b – Single Mount for a Ki ngpost A NA C OM AnaSat ® SSPA 12 .
3133501 Figure 3c – 1+1 Mount for a Kingpost A NA C OM AnaSat ® SSPA 13 .
3133501 Cable and Waveguide Connections Cabling Requirements Local regulations may require that cables in occupi ed buildings be installed in steel conduit. Local government agencies may waive this requireme nt for the use of Plenum cables, which are standard cables entirely encased in solid Teflon.
3133501 Figure 5 - Diagram of AC power cable Transmitter Feed If using an SSPA with an N-type connector output, connect a section of coax between the OMT transmit port and the SSPA’s transmit port. If using a SSPA with a waveguide flange output por t, connect a section of waveguide between the OMT transmit port and the SSPA’s transmit output, TX OUT.
3133501 Final Check Recheck all bolts and cabling. After all other connections have been made (T X RF input, TX RF output, and grounding), connect the AC power cord to an active outlet. Water Resistance Wrap The application of moisture-resistant wrap (mastic tape) to all connectors is recomm ended to prevent water entry and resultant water damage.
3133501 Operation After the AnaSat ® hardware is mounted and verified, the antenna must be aimed toward the desired satellite. Follow the antenna/mount manufacturer ’s instructions, using coordinates provided by the satellite operator.
3133501 Maintenance AnaSat ® SSPAs are designed for a minimum of m ainte nance. Periodic scheduled maintenance is not required. Replacement of the weatherized fan after 7 years is recommended however. Fan Replacement The ducted fan shroud should NEVER be removed from the ODU while AC power is connected to the SSPA.
3133501 Alarm Relay Closure A mechanical relay is used in the AnaSat ® SSPA for alarm indication. The red LED mounted on the SSPA is illuminated whenever a probl em exists and the relay has closed. The alarm relay has normally closed contacts, so it defaults to the alarm state when power is off.
3133501 “ON” indicates the SSPA will transmit when all alarms are cleared. This is the norm al setting. “OFF” indicates the SSPA will not turn on even if all alarms are clear. This can be saved across a reboot using the SAVE comma n d.
3133501 18-Pin Circular Weathertight Connector An 18-pin circular connector is used for monito ring the alarm C-Form relay . Only some of the pins are used, but the same connector is used to main tain consistency with the protection switch used in the AnaSat ® product line.
3133501 Emissions and Immunity Regulation Conformance AnaCom SSPA products conform to the following CE standards listed below: Standards Met: Emissions Regulations 1. Power Line Conducted Emissions per EN55022: 2003 Class A 2. Open Field Radiated Emissions per EN55022: 2003 Class A 3.
3133501 LIMITED WARRANTY If this product should fail due to defects in m ateri als or workmanship, AnaCom, Inc., will, at its sole option, repair or replace it with new or rebuilt parts free of charge for a period of two (2) years from the date of shipment from the AnaCom factory.
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