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Battery Backup for the MSR2000

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afussell
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Battery Backup for the MSR2000

Postby afussell » Mon Aug 11, 2003 6:59 pm

I need to know what the voltage should be for a battery backup system for the MSR2000 repeater, can anyone help me on this, I do not have a manual for it. And does anyone know where to get these batteries??

Thanks!!

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Postby Alan » Mon Aug 11, 2003 8:38 pm

Is it a 30 watt unit or a 100 watt unit?

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Postby Will » Tue Aug 12, 2003 1:13 am

13 volts for most of them, DuraComm maks a isolator switch that works well with the standard MSR. without the backup battery supply.

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Postby afussell » Tue Aug 12, 2003 4:20 am

It is a 100 watt unit.

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Postby Will » Tue Aug 12, 2003 3:09 pm

The radio runs off 13.8 volts.
Some stations have the battery revert power supply and have the retecangular red & black jacks on the pannel with the coax conns.

The battery revert has a relay in it to transfer the 13 volts to the radio from the battery. Look for a part number on the power supply and a relay in the ps.

Both stations use the feroresonate transformer in the power supply and add two extra boards and the relay for battery revert.


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