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900 Mhz Nucleus power supply info

This forum is for the discussions targeted at converting various models of Motorola equipment to operate in the 900MHz Amateur Band.

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900 Mhz Nucleus power supply info

Postby dechief » Tue Nov 11, 2008 10:56 am

I have a 900 Mhz 300 watt Nucleus paging transmitter that I would like to use on 927 Mhz repeater service. Do any of you have the pin out information for the power supplies? They were missing from the transmitter when I got it and I need to supply them from another source. I believe it needs +24, +12 and +5 volts to operate but I do not know if they come out of the power supply or are sub regulated elswehere. It appears that service information for these guys is made out of unobtanium?

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Re: 900 Mhz Nucleus power supply info

Postby fineshot1 » Mon Nov 24, 2008 9:13 am

Not sure but I think they are very similar to the Quantar power supplies. You may have better luck obtaining docs on them.
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