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R2024D

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wcu02mpa
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R2024D

Postby wcu02mpa » Tue Mar 10, 2020 4:10 pm

Good evening. I am looking for some info on what the differences are in the R20xx series of CSM units. I am quite familiar with the R2600 series. I have a chance to buy a nice R2024D unit and am wondering what options this may have in it based on that number. Thanks
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Re: R2024D

Postby jry » Wed Mar 11, 2020 5:16 am

that has the encryption /secure board ( check the battery for corrosion ) and remote options.

Believe the later version of the remote board was RS-232 /HP-IB so could go either way.

This also means it has the electronic ( relay ) attenuator which was preferable IMHO to the standard mechanical one

Should have a printer port ( five pin DIN ) on the side if it has the later version processor board.

Lots of info on repeater builders.

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Re: R2024D

Postby wcu02mpa » Mon Mar 16, 2020 11:19 am

Got it and the thing actually works really good. The rear cooling fan is a bit noisy. Can you recommend a good replacement part number for it?

Thanks
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Re: R2024D

Postby jry » Mon Mar 16, 2020 11:31 am

its a standard part ...brushless DC 12VDC ...look up the orig and try to match the CFM rating.


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