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AUTV/100LD

LDMOS - UHF TV Solid State Amplifier

Users manual

CODE: APT128A

TITLE: AUTV/100LD

REV: 0

DATE: 30/07/03

Registration number: IT-17686

Registration number: IT-24436

SS 96 Km 113
70027 Palo del Colle (Ba) ITALY
Tel. +39 (0)80 626755
Fax +39 (0)80 629262
E-mail: elettronika@elettronika.it
Web siste: http://www.elettronika.it

Index

Index ................................................................................................................................... 3
Warning .............................................................................................................................. 5
Warranty ............................................................................................................................. 6
Introduction ........................................................................................................................ 7
Content of the manual ....................................................................................................... 7
Treatment of electrical shock ........................................................................................... 9
First-aid ......................................................................................................................... 10
Treatment of electrical burns ........................................................................................ 10
Note............................................................................................................................... 10
Section 1 - Information .................................................................................................... 13
1.1 Description ............................................................................................................... 14
1.2 Technical characteristics .......................................................................................... 15
Block diagram................................................................................................................ 16
Section 2 - Installation ..................................................................................................... 17
2.1 Operating environement .......................................................................................... 18
2.2 Preliminary operations ............................................................................................. 18
2.3 Telemeasuring socket connections ......................................................................... 19
2.4 Control system ......................................................................................................... 19
2.5 Preventive maintenance .......................................................................................... 20
Front panel .................................................................................................................... 21
Rear panel ..................................................................................................................... 22
Section 3 - Diagram ......................................................................................................... 23
Cable diagram ............................................................................................................... 24
SCH0122BR1 (Control board and display) ................................................................... 25
SCH0128AR1 (Amplifier interface) ................................................................................ 31
SCH0192AR0 (200W LDMOS UHF Amplifier module) ................................................ 34
SP500-27/48 (Switching power supply) .......................................................................... 39
06604A (200W UHF TV Output Filter IMD Suppressor) ................................................ 41

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WARNING
The apparatus described in this manual has been designed and manufactured with devices to safeguard the users. In any case it is recommended that during any operation of installation, maintenance,
miscellaneous interventions and calibrations requiring the apparatus to be switched on,

THE USER TAKES ALL THE


PRECAUTIONS AGAINST INCIDENTS
It is required to use the proper clothes and protection gloves in order to prevent damages from incidental contacts with high-voltage parts.
The manufacturer declines every responsibility in case the recommendations above are not followed.

IMPORTANT
The component lists attached to the relevant electrical diagrams indicate for each item the reference,
the description and the type normally used.
The Elettronika S.r.l. though reserves the right to use or supply as spare parts components with
equivalent characteristics but of a different type, assuring anyway the optimal work of the apparatus
in accordance with the specifications.
The enclosed monographs are solely owned by Elettronika S.r.l.
The use of anything enclosed in this technical manual without explicit authorization given by Elettronika
S.r.l. will be prosecuted by the law.
The data and technical characteristics of the apparatus described in this manual are not compelling for
the manufacturer.
The Elettronika S.r.l. reserves the right to make, without previous notice, modifications or updates in
order to improve the quality of the product.
The general conditions of supply and sale are described in the contracts.
The delivery time are in accordance with the products and quantities ordered.

Warranty

Summary of warranty
We, ELETTRONIKA S.r.l., SS096 Km 113 Z.I. PALO DEL COLLE (BA) ITALY, warrant to the ORIGINAL PURCHASER of a NEW product, for a
period of one (1) year from the date of purchase by the original purchaser (the warranty period) that the new ELETTRONIKA product is free of defects
in materials and workmanship and will meet or exceed all advertised specifications for such a product. This warranty does not extend to any subsequent
purchaser or user, and automatically terminates upon sale or other disposition of our product.

Items excluded from this ELETTRONIKA warranty


We are not responsible for product failure caused by misuse, accident, or neglect. This warranty does not extend to any product on which the serial
number has been defaced, altered, or removed. It does not cover damage to loads or any other products or accessories resulting from ELETTRONIKA
product failure. It does not cover defects or damage caused by use of unauthorized modificstions, accessories, parts, or service.

What we will do
We will remedy any defect, in material or workmanship (except as excluded), in our sole discretion, by repair, replacement, or refund. If a refund is
elected, then you must make the defective or malfunctioning component available to us free and clear of all liens or other encumbrances. The refund will
be equal to the actual purchase price, not including interest, insurance, closing costs, and other finance charges less a reasonable depreciation on the
product from the date of original purchase. Warranty work can only be performed at our authorized service centers or at our factory. Expenses in
remedying the defect will be borne by ELETTRONIKA, including one-way surface freight shipping costs within the United States. (Purchaser must bear
the expense of shipping the product between any foreign country and the port of entry in the United States and all taxes, duties, and other customs fee(s)
for such foreign shipments).

How to obtain warranty service


You must notify us of your need for warranty service not later than ninety (90) days after the expiration of the warranty period. We will give you an
authorization to return the product for service. All components must be shipped in a factory pack or equivalent which, if needed, may

Desclaimer of consequential and incidental damages


You are not entitled to recover from us any consequential or incidental damages resulting from any defect in our product. This includes any damage
to another product or products resulting from such a defect.

Warranty alterations
No person has the authority to enlarge, or modify this warranty. The warranty is not extended by the lenght of time for which you are deprived of
the use of the product. Repairs and replacement parts are provided under the terms of this warranty shall carry only the unexpired portion of this
warranty.

Design changes
We reserve the right to change the design of any product from time to time without notice and with no obligation to make corresponding changes in
products previously manufactured.

Legal remedies of purchaser


There is no warranty which extends beyond the terms hereof. This written warranty is given in lieu of any oral or implied warranties not contained
herein. We disclaim all implied warranties, including without limitation any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. No action
to enforce this warranty shall be commenced later than ninety (90) days after expiration of the warranty period.

Warranty for electronic tubes


The warranty applied for electronic tubes is the one given by the manufacturer of the tube. In the event that the product shows anomalies within the
deadline of the validity of the warranty given by the manufacturer of the product itself, the buyer will have to return it to the seller with the needed
documents and the written description of the defect. The seller will ship the broken tube to the manufacturer in order to effect the necessary technical
tests to find out the cause of the anomaly. Meanwhile the buyer of the tube who needs to use, and as such to replace immediately the product, will have
to buy a new one and provide to the relevant payment, further to the issuing by the seller of a regular commercial invoice. After the adequate tests made
by the manufacturer, should the result be positive, that is confirm the defect in manufacturing, the seller will issue a regular credit note in the name of
the buyer and return the amount paid. Should the result be negative, that is detect a negligence in the installation or use by the buyer, he will have no
right against the seller.

INTRODUCTION
The apparatus described in this manual is the latest of this series, offering high performances, remarkable reliability and a wide range of characteristics, it all at a low cost.
Its is easy to install and use. It only takes to follow the installation procedure as shown in this manual:
after having removed all from the package, you only have to follow step by step the description in the
various sections.
Before starting to use the apparatus, remember to:
read carefully the general safety information contained in this section;
follow the instructions for the installation and set up of the apparatus;
read all the remaining sections of this manual in order to know well the apparatus and learn
how to obtain the best of its characteristics.

CONTENTS OF THE MANUAL


The chapter composing this manual contain all the information concerning the use of the apparatus.
For more information refer to ELETTRONIKA S.r.l.
This manual is made up of different chapters, each made up of various sections. Each individual
chapter represents a single apparatus composing the whole station.

WARNING!

The currents and voltages in this equipment are dangerous!


Personnel must at all times observe safety regulation!

This manual is intended as a general guide for trained and qualified personnel who are aware of the
dangers inherent in handling potentially hazaedous electrical and electronic circuits.
It is not intended to contain a complete statement of all safety precautions which should be observed by
personnel in using this or other electronic equipment.
The installation, operation, maintenance and service of this equipment involves risks both to personnel
and equipment, and must be performed only by qualified personnel exercising due care.
Elettronika S.r.l. shall not be responsible for injury or damage resulting from improper procedures or
from the use of improperly trained or inexperienced personnel performing such tasks.
During installation and operation of this equipment, local building codes and fire protection standards
must be observed.

WARNING!

Always disconnect power before opening covers,


doors, enclosures, gates, panels or shields.
Always use grounding nsticks and short out high
voltage points before servicing. Never make
internal adjustments, perform maintenance or
service when alone or when fatigued.

Do not remove, short-circuit or tamper with interlock switches on access covers, doors, enclosures,
gates, panels or shields.
Keep away from live circuits, know your equipment and dont take chances.

WARNING!

In case of emergency ensure that power has been disconnected.

Treatment of electrical shock

1) If victim is not responsive follow the A, B, Cs of basic life support.


PLACE VICTIM FLAT ON HIS BACK ON A HARD SURFACE

A - AIRWAY

B - BREATHING

If unconscious, open airway lift up neck, push


forehead back, clear out mouth if necessary,
observe for breathing.

If not breathing, begin artificial breathing. Tilt


head, pinch nostrils, make airttght seal, 4 quick
full breaths. Remember mouth to mouth resuscitation must be commenced as soon as possible.

C - CIRCULATION

Check carotid pulse. If pulse


absent, begin artificial circulation.

Approx. 80sec.: 1 rescuer, 15 compressions, 2 quick breaths.


Approx. 60sec.: 2 rescuers, 5 compressions, 1 breath.
NOTE: DO NOT INTERRUPT RHYTHM OF COMPRESSIONS WHEN
SECOND PERSON IS GIVING BREATH.

Call for medical assistance as soon as possible.

2) If victim is responsive:
- keep them warm;
- keep them as quiet as possible;
- loosen their clothing (a reclining position is recommended).

FIRST-AID
Personnel engaged in the installation, operation, maintenance or servicing of this equipment are urged
to become familiar with first-aid theory and practices. The following information is not intended to be
a complete first-aid procedure, it is brief and is only to be used as a reference. It is the duty of all
personnel using the equipment to be prepared to give adequate Emergency First Aid and thereby prevent avoidable loss of life.

TREATMENT OF ELECTRICAL BURNS


1) Extensive burned and broken skin.
- Cover area with clean sheet or cloth (cleansed available cloth article);
- do not break blisters, remove tissure, remove adhered particles of clothing, or apply any salve or
ointment;
- treat victim for shock as required;
- arrange transportation to a hospital as quickly as possible;
- if arms or legs are effected keep them elevated.

NOTE
If medical help will not be available within an hour and the victim is conscious and not vomiting, give
him a weak solution of salt and soda: 1 level teaspoonful of salt and 1/2 level teaspoonful of baking
soda to each quart of water (neither hot or cold).
Allow victim to sip slowly about 4 ounces (half a glass) over a period of 15 minutes.
Discontinue fluid if vomiting occurs (do not give alcohol).
2) Less severe burns - (1st & 2nd degree).
- Apply cool (not ice cold) compresses using the cleansed available cloth article;
- do not break blisters, remove tissue, remove adhered particles of clothing, or apply salve or ointment;
- apply clean dry dressing if necessary;
- treat victim for shock as required;
- arrange transportation to a hospital as qickly as possible;
- if arms or legs are affected keep them elevated.

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LDMOS - UHF TV AMPLIFIER

AUTV/100LD
Users manual

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Section 1 - Information
Contents:
1.1 Description
1.2 Technical characteristics
- Block Diagram

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AUTV/100LD
LDMOS - UHF TV AMPLIFIER

1.1 DESCRIPTION
The amplifier AUTV/100LD is an apparatus designed to be used as final power stage or driver for higherpower amplifiers in the UHF TV band.
It is able to supply a power of 100W (peak sync.) in class AB and is completely realized with LDMOS
technology. The power supply of the apparatus is given by a switching power supply for the RF power
module and a traditional transformer for the control board. The protection board uses all the potential of a
microprocessor to check all the parameters of the amplifier module and the voltage of the power supply.
An output band-pass filter provides for the attenuation of the spurious products. The final result is a compact
apparatus, it is all inside a standard 19-3U cabinet, with a very good price-to-quality ratio.

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1.2 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS


RF SECTION
Frequency range
Output power
Video/Sound power ratio
Out stage technology
Gain
RF Input impedance
RF Output impedance
I.M.D. (3 Tones: -8, -10, -16dB)
RF Input connector
RF Output connector

470 - 860MHz
150W PEP
10/1
Solid State LDMOS
13dB
50W
50W
Better than < -54dB
N Female coaxial connector
N Female coaxial connector

Power supply
Power consumption
RS232 / RS485 Socket
Telemeasuring socket
Power factor
Ambient temperature
Relative humidity
Altitude
Cooling
Cabinet
Dimensions
Weight

115/230VAC Single Phase, 10%, 50/60Hz


300VA
DB9 Connector (on rear panel)
DB9 Connector (on rear panel)
> = 0.9
-5 to +45C
20% - 90%
Up to 2.500 meters
Forced air
Rack 19-3U
132,5x366x420mm
15kg

FWD Power
REF Power
Temperature
IDC
VDC

130W
15W
70C
13A
Min 5V - Max 32V

GENERAL

PROTECTION THR.

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Block Diagram

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Section 2 - Installation
Contents:
2.1 Operating environment
2.2 Preliminary operations
2.3 Telemeasuring socket connections
2.4 Control system
2.5 Preventive maintenance
- Front panel
- Rear panel

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2.1 OPERATING ENVIRONMENT


You can install the apparatus in a standard component rack or on a suitable surface such as a bench or
desk. In any case, the area should be as clean and well-ventilated as possible. Always allow for at least
2 cm of clearance under the unit for ventilation. If you set the apparatus on a flat surface, install spacers
on the bottom cover plate. If you install the apparatus in a rack, provide adequate clearance above and
below. Do not locate the apparatus directly above a hot piece of equipment.

2.2 PRELIMINARY OPERATIONS


Correct installation of the equipment is important for maximum performance and reliability. Antenna
and earth connections must be installed with the greatest care. The equipment adjustment isnt need,
because the unit is completely adjusted by our technical staff. This is the installation procedure:
1. connect the power supply cable of the exciter to the auxiliary socket on the rear panel of the amplifier;
2. connect the power supply cable of the amplifier to the electric network (230VAC);
3. connect the exciter / antenna cables respectively to the RF IN and RF OUT on the rear panel of the
amplifier.

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WARNING!!!
FOR ELECTRICAL SAFETY REASONS AND IN ORDER TO KEEP THE APPARATUS SAFE,
THE GROUND TERMINAL OF THE APPARATUS MUST BE CONNECTED TO THE EXISTING GROUNDING SYSTEM AND NOT BY USING THE SHIELD OF THE OUTPUT
COAXIAL CABLE.

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Before powering fully the apparatus, check that the output connections of the coaxial cable to the antenna
system are working.
In order to this it is possible to check the indication of the reflected power at low power levels. Only if
the SWR indication on the display is 0, the output power can be slowly increased. At maximum output
power, some watt might be shown as reflected power.

2.3 TELEMEASURING SOCKET CONNECTIONS

PIN N

SIGNAL TYPE

IN / OUT

Ground

DB9 Socket

Analog

FUNCTION

Output

Digital

Input

Digital

Output

Digital

Input

Analog

Output

Analog

Output

FWD Power
0 to 5V

Floating: ON - GND: OFF


Valid only in remote (Pin 6= GND)
0: Alarm - 1: No alarm
TTL Level

Not used
Floating: Local
GND: Remote (Pin 3 Command accepted)
REF Power
0 to 5V

Temperature
0 to 5V

Not used

2.4 RS232 / RS485 SOCKET CONNECTIONS


The DB9 connector can be used in two modes (RS232 or RS485) depending on the position of the DipSwitch.

SW1

RS232

Open

Open

Open

Open

Closed

Closed

Closed

RS485

Closed

Closed

Closed

Closed

Open

Open

Open

PIN N

RS232

RX

TX

+5V

GND

+5V

RS485

RX-

RX+

+5V

GND

+5V

TX-

TX+

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2.5 CONTROL SYSTEM


The control system allows the user to monitor the most important measures of the transmitter, voltage and
current of the power supply, temperature of the RF board, forward and reflected power, by using the two
keys placed on the frontal panel. The turn-on key allows to turn on and off the transmitter.
In case one of the monitored measures is in alarm, the transmitter will show this. If the value of the measure
goes back to normal, the control system will turn on the transmitter again.
After 5 cycles of turning on and off the transmitter will be kept switched off until the user turns it off.
Meaning of the LEDs
- LED ON: The LED ON is lit when the turn-on command of the transmitter is inserted.
- LED REMOTE: the LED REMOTE is lit when the remote commands have been enabled by the
telemeasuring connector or when the transmitter is controlled trough the RS232 port.
- LED ALARM: the LED ALARM is lit when the transmitter has been turned off due to a failure.

2.5 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE


To ensure maximum performance and minimum repair trouble, we strongly recommend you to follow the
below stated headlines for preventive maintenance:
1. check antenna installation and ground connection at regular intervals;
2. keep your apparatus clean and dry externally: this will ensure continuous functioning of the front panel
controls;
3. if the apparatus has not been used for a long period of time combined with exposure to extreme environmental conditions, open the unit and make a visual inspection.
Remove salt, water or ice with a moist cloth before turning the apparatus on. Check that the cooling fans are
running freely.
4. for general maintenance and top performance, call an authorized service technical to give the apparatus and
the complete antenna/earth connection installation a general check each 12-18 months;
5. check at regular intervals that the air intake located on the front panel is free of dust. If there is visible dust,
remove it by means of a soft brush.

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Front panel

LCD Display

RF Monitor connector

Function keys

Status LEDs

Main switch

DESCRIPTION

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Rear panel

DESCRIPTION

Power supply socket

Auxiliary socket

Breaker

RS232 / RS485 Socket

Telemeasuring socket

RF Output connector

RF Input connector

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Section 3 - Diagram
Contents:
- Cable diagram
- SCH0122BR1 (Display board)
- SCH0128AR1 (Amplifier interface)
- SCH0192AR0 (200W UHF LDMOS Amplifier Module)
- SP500-27/48 (Switching power supply)
- 06604A (200W UHF TV Output Filter IMD Suppressor)

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CONTROL BOARD AND DISPLAY

SCH0122BR1

DESCRIPTION
The control board performs all the logic and control fucntions of the amplifier. Both the RF and power supply
parameters are continuously monitored in order to guarantee optimal performance in every working environment:
- amplifier supply voltages
- amplifier supply currents
- power module working temperature
- amplifier forward RF power
- amplifier reflected RF power

Vdc;
Idc;
Temperature;
FWD Power.
REF Power.

The board is based on a flash microcontroller working at a frequency of 20MHz, able to read the parameters,
control the amplifier and communicate with any PC connected through RS232/RS485 line. Besides, the
microcontroller is programmable, thus it is possible to change the internal program by connecting the appropriate
programmer to the J3 connector and this to a computer. The boards contains a 16 characters x 2 lines display
and two keys to change the parameter currently shown. There are also 3 different LEDs. The green LED
indicates when the amplifier module is ON, the red one is lit when an alarm in occur and the yellow one
indicates the remote control of the amplifier.

OPERATING CONTROL
As indicated in the previous section, the boards is able to read in real time all the necessary parameters to
control the amplifier. When the operator turns the amplifier on the display shows the software release number.
After a few seconds the amplifier is switched on and the first parameter shown on the display is the forward
RF power (FWD Power).
When a value read is out of the allowed boundaries, the microcontroller activates (after five scans to be
sure) the corresponding alarm indicating this on the first line of the display, and showing on the second line the
physical value. When the alarm is active, the microcontroller switches the amplifier off and restarts the time
counter (3 and 6 seconds). The microcontroller internally stores the number of occurred alarms and if it
reaches 5 the whole equipment is definitively switched off. In this case, if the operator needs to restart the
machine, it is necessary to switch it off and on again (locally o by remote). When the machine is working
normally on the first line shows TV AMPLIFIER UHF and the second line shows the parameter with the
format parameter = xx.x unit. The two keys on the frontal panel allow to change the currently shown
parameter: the left one goes to the next parameter and the right one goes back (in sequence Vdc, Vac,
Temperature, Idc, FWD, REF). If the amplifier is switched off, the STAND BY indication is shown on the
display and the backlight is turned off.
The amplifier can be remotely controlled by serial line (contact ELETTRONIKA for details). It is
configurable as RS232 or RS485.

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COMPONENT LIST SCH0122BR1


Part Name/Number

Description

Qty.

Comps.

Page 1/2

CC 100nF-S 01065C

01065C Y5V 1206 COND

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CC 15pF-S 01088
CC 1nF-S 01096
CC 1uF100V-S 01760A
CC 2nF2 2kV 01045A
CE 100uF25V-S 01793B
CE 10uF35V-S 01778A
CE 2200uF25V 01813
CE 22uF16V-S
D 1N4148-S 03002
DB KBL04 03042
DIS DMC16230 03072B
DL LEDG5 03060
DL LEDR5 03061
DL LEDY5 03054B
FUSE 1A MICRO FUSE
IC 78M05 04301B
IC 78M12 4307B
IC 79M08 04304A
IC INA168
IC LM393-S 04639
IC LMV324M-S 04658B
IC MAX232-S 04804B
IC MAX3080-S 04770
IC MC14094BD 04718
IC PIC16F877 4869
IC TC7662BCOA 04758A
IC ULN2003A 4870
IND 2u2H-S 05020A
J CON HD515V/05-4PVE
J FC-10P 02697-02699
J FC-16P 02701-02700
J PAN2 02739-40-41
J PAN8 02716-17-18
JU JUMP3 02707-02742
MOV 275V
R 100K-1%-S 00065B
R 10K-1%-S 00053B

01088 SMD 1206 COND


01096 SMD 1206 COND
01760A Y5V 1206 COND
01045A CERAMIC COND
01793B ELETTR SMD COND
01778A ELETTR SMD COND
01813 ELETT. COND.
01780A ELETTR SMD COND
03002 SMD DIODE
03042 BRIDGE DIODE
03072B DISPLAY
03060 GREEN LED DIODE 5mm
03061 RED LED DIODE 5mm
03054B YELLOW LED DIODE 5mm
FUS00007 + FUS00006 PORTA FUSI
04301B SMD VOLTAGE REGULATOR
04307B SMD VOLTAGE REGULATOR
04304A SMD VOLTAGE REGULATOR
04600A SMD INTEG CIRCUIT
04639 SMD INTEG CIRCUIT
04658B SMD INTEG CIRCUIT
04804B SMD INTEG CIRCUIT
04770 SMD INTEG CIRCUIT
04718 SMD INTEG CIRCUIT
04869 + 07509C INTEG CIRCUIT
04758A SMD INTEG CIRCUIT
04870 SMD INTEG CIRCUIT
05020A INDUCTOR
02881 + 02882 PANDUIT PCB CONN
02697+02699 PCB CONNECTOR POL
02701+02700 PCB CONNECTOR POL
02739+02740+02741 PCB CONNECTO
02716+02717+02718 PCB CONNECTO
02707+02742 MASCHIO PAN3
00951A VARISTORE
00065B RES 1/4W 1% SMD 1206
00053B RES 1/4W 1% SMD 1206

2
5
8
3
2
4
1
2
7
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
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R 120R-S 00030A

00030A RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206

C1-2, C8, C11, C14, C21,


C22, C24-32, C34, C40,
C42, C44, C47, C49-50
C12-13
C15, C17-18, C20, C33
C3-7, C9, C23, C35
C36-38
C41, C43
C10, C45-46, C48
C39
C16, C19
D1-5, D9-10
PT1
LCD1
DL6
DL7
DL8
F1
IC12
IC11
IC14
IC6-7
IC5
IC4, IC8
IC2
IC1
IC9
IC3
IC13
IC10
L1
J9-10
J1, J4
J5
J2
J3
JP1
MOV1
R29, R32
R1-2, R4, R8, R12, R22,
R23, R27-28, R31, R33,
R34
R45

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Part Name/Number

Description

Qty.

Comps.

R 1K0-1%-S 00041B

00041B RES 1/4W 1% SMD 1206

R 1K2-1%-S 00042A
R 22K-1%-S 00057B
R 2R2-S
R 3K9-1%-S 00048B
R 470K-S 00073A
R 470R-1%-S 00037B
R 47K-1%-S 00061B
R 4K7-1%-S 00049B
R 68K-1%-S 00063B
R 8K2-1%-S 00052B
RL 40.31.12 07567
RV 10K-3266X 00807
SW SWITCH-8DIP
SW VSS 0033.4604
T 06086 N 7630 7632
TR BC848 03457
TR BC856 03455
TRASF TRASF 14V5 7VA
XTAL 20MHz-S

00042A RES 1/4W 1% SMD 1206


00057B RES 1/4W 1% SMD 1206
00009A RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206
00048B RES 1/4W 1% SMD 1206
00073A RES 1/4W 5% SMD 1206
00037B RES 1/4W 1% SMD 1206
00061B RES 1/4W 1% SMD 1206
00049B RES 1/4W 1% SMD 1206
00063B RES 1/4W 1% SMD 1206
00052B RES 1/4W 1% SMD 1206
07567 RELE
00807 VARIABLE RESISTOR
07530A PCB DIP SWITCH
07519A CAMBIO TENSIONE SERIALE
7630 7632 KTI06086 PULSANTE 2
03457 NPN SMD TRANSISTOR
03455 PNP SMD TRANSISTOR
09597 TRASFORMATORE 110+110 PE
CXS00001 QUARTZ

3
2
1
1
3
1
3
3
4
1
3
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1

R5-6, R10, R14, R24, R38,


R39
R40-42
R9, R13
R3
R37
R20, R36, R46
R44
R30, R35, R43
R16-17, R21
R15, R19, R25-26
R18
RLY1-3
R7, R11
SW1
SW3
T1-2
TR1
TR2-3
TRASF1
XTAL1

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AMPLIFIER INTERFACE

SCH0128AR1

DESCRIPTION
The interface board (SCH0128AR1) is used to connect the amplifier stages to the control board
(SCH0122BR0) to allow to the microcontroller the reading of the RF and analogical parameters.
It is simply composed of one temperature sensor, a voltage regulator, some passive componentes and a
10 pin connector J2. This connector has to be connected to the corresponding one of the SCH0122BR0
board.
The LM317HV (IC1) integrated circuit is an adjustable 3-terminal positive voltage regulator used to
make more stable the power supply voltage of the amplifiers fan.
The LM35DT (IC2) integrated circuit is a precision temperature sensor whose output voltage is
proportional to the Celsius (Centigrade) temperature. It does not require any external calibration or
trimming. The package is a plastic TO-220 model and the heat sink is directly connected to the amplifier.

Component layout SCH0128AR1

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32

COMPONENT LIST SCH0128AR1


Part Name/Number

Description

Qty.

Comps.

CC 100nFAVX 01065A
D 1N4007 03009
IC LM317HV
IC LM35DT 00664
J FC-16P 02701-02700
J SCREWCONN2 02853
JU JUMP2 02739-02742
R 0R02

01065A CERAMIC COND


03009 DIODE
04340A INTEG CIRCUIT
00664 INTEG CIRCUIT
02701+02700 PCB CONNECTOR POL
02853 PCB SCREW CONNECTOR
02739+02742 MASCHIO PAN2
RES 20W 1%

4
2
1
1
1
1
2
2

R 220R 0033
R 270R 0034
R 4K7 0049
R R400m NOT MOUNTED

0033 RES 1/4W 5%


0034 RES 1/4W 5%
0049 RES 1/4W 5%
NOT MOUNTED

1
1
1
2

C1-4
D1-2
IC1
IC2
J2
J1
JP1-2
R1
R7
R3
R2
R4
R5-6

33

200W UHF LDMOS AMPLIFIER MODULE

SCH0192AR0

DESCRIPTION
The RF module is an integrated TV linear amplifier designed for UHF band, this module employs push-pull
LDMOS technology in order to achieve very good efficiency, high linearity and reliability.
LDMOS transistors operate in AB class. It is a wideband amplifier over the full frequency, no adjustment is
required for the channel change. The board includes RF section amplifier, bias circuit, protection circuit and
matching networks. A silver plated copper plate is brazed with PCB in order to obtain low thermal resistance.
Providing a minimum of 200W Pk sync linear power, this module is the perfect amplifier for any broadband
UHF power transmitter.

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Output power
Input power
Frequency
Gain
LDMOS Power supply
LDMOS Bias current @+32V Vdc
RF Input impedance
RF Output impedance
Input / Output return loss
Drain efficiency
Storage temperature range
Dimensions (LxWxH)

34

300W max
15W max
470 - 860MHz
> 13dB
32V 2%
2A
50W
50W
> = 15dB
47% @ 250W
-50 to +150C
165x95x29mm

- Curve response graphic

Middle frequency 660MHz, span 500MHz, 2dB/div., reference to the arrow

CALIBRATION PROCEDURE
- Technical characteristics
Power supply voltage
Polarisation current
Gain for low signal

32V ( 2%)
1.0 cold for each device (2A total), 0.1A
Not less than 13dB in the 470-860MHz band ( 1dB)
Compare to the typical curve eclosed

- Adjustment procedure
Polarisation current calibration
Gain curve

32V stabilised power supply


10A amperometer
Network analyser

- Adjustment points description


R7-R8 (Trimmers)

Adjust the current absorbed in stand-by (1.0A per device)

35

- Calibration steps
STEP 1. Close the input and the output of the module by connecting them to a 50W
W dummy load
and connect the spectrum analyser through a directive sample, in order to look for self-oscillation of the
module, if any (anyway the module has been designed so that it would not self-oscillate even if totally decoupled, without any input or output load).
STEP 2. Check the voltages of the polarisation circuits without assembling the transistors first:
connect the 32V power supply to the proper turret by means of a fastening screw, then give power and check
data:
- the stabilised voltage on the zener diodes DZ1 and DZ2 is about 15V compared to the ground;
- the stabilised voltage on the zener diodes DZ3 and DZ4 is about 6.8V compared to the ground;
- the voltage on the pads to which the gates of the LDMOS transistors will be soldered (R23 and R24
resistors side) changes from 0V to a maximum value of about 6V when moving the relevant trimmer (R7-R8).
STEP 3.
Check the work of the protections.
- Set both trimmers so that there is a value of about 4.5V on the pads of the gates;
- solder some wire to the pad between the two LEDs, next to the serigraphy of the input hybrid H1;

Solder a wire

- in order to check the work of the protections aboard, a power of about 4V has to be supplied to the wire,
for example by touching with it the reophore of C23 or C24 which is not connected to ground; the two red
LEDs will immediately light up and the two RF transistors will be switched off at the same time: the polarisation
current (2A) will decrease to 0 and of course the gain curve displayed by the spectrum analyser will decrease;
- after this it is important to restore the position of the two trimmers for the minimum voltage! Then
disconnect the 32V power supply.
STEP 4. Fastening of the LDMOS transistors: after properly cleaning the plate surface, smear a thin
layer of silicone fat on the lower side of the flange of the MOSFETs, fasten them to the heat sink and solder
the gate first, then the drain. Solder the two 13pF (ATC) chip capacitors and above them the two 1-5pF

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capacitive trimmers, between the two pair of gates, as shown by the mounting plan.
STEP 5.
Connect serially a c.c. amperometer to the power supply, with scale starting from more than 5A
(i.e. 10A).
STEP 6. Power the module and check the MOSFET is not absorbing current; this means that the device
is integral and working correctly.
STEP 7. Slowly turn the R7 trimmer until the MOSFET absorbs 1A, always checking that there are no
self-oscillation; under this conditions it is possible to check by means of a digital tester that the voltage on the
gate is about 5.2-5.4V.
STEP 8. Repeat the previous step for the other section of the module, this time turnign R8 and checking
that the indication of the current on the amperometer increases to 2A total (which includes the current of the
other device left on).
STEP 9.

Check the response curve of the module by means of the network analyser.

STEP 10. Check the response curve for low signal with centre 660MHz and span 500MHz, 2dB/div.
STEP 11. The curve should be similar to the one enclosed, with a tolerance of 0.5dB. To obtain this, act
on the four trimmers C41-C41a and C42-C42a with the proper calibrator, inorder to flatten the curve as
much as possible, especially at the edged of the band which represents the minimum values.
STEP 12. Finally, check that the current in stand-by does not increase by more than 1520%, reaching at
worst 2.32.4A when the heat sink is hot and not ventilated.

Note: when mounting-removing the PALLET on the heat sink, tightly fasten the screw of each all N input and output
connectors. These are mounted with a single 3mm screw and if it is not properly fastened it may be detached from the PCB
by a movement of the connector once it has already been soldered to the path.

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Component layout SCH0192AR0

38

39

COMPONENT LIST SCH0192AR0


REF.

DESCRIPTION

ELETTRONIKA CODE

R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
R10
R11
R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
R17
R18
R19
R20
R21
R22
R23
R24
*R25
*R26
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8 x 2
C9 x 2
C10 x 4
C11 x 4
C12
C13
C14
C15
C16
C17

2200W 1/4W 1206 SMD RESISTOR


2200W 1/4W 1206 SMD RESISTOR
2200W 1/4W 1206 SMD RESISTOR
2200W 1/4W 1206 SMD RESISTOR
1200W 1/4W 1206 SMD RESISTOR
1200W 1/4W 1206 SMD RESISTOR
50kW MULTITURNS PTH TRIMMER
50kW MULTITURNS PTH TRIMMER
1200W 1/4W 1206 SMD RESISTOR
1200W 1/4W 1206 SMD RESISTOR
18kW 1/4W 1206 SMD RESISTOR
18kW 1/4W 1206 SMD RESISTOR
680KW 1/4W 1206 SMD RESISTOR
0W 1/4W 1206 SMD RESISTOR
50W 30W 1512EBX SMD RESISTOR
50W 60W
4.7kW 1/4W 1206 SMD RESISTOR
4.7kW 1/4W 1206 SMD RESISTOR
3.9W 1/4W 1206 SMD RESISTOR
3.9W 1/4W 1206 SMD RESISTOR
3.9W 1/4W 1206 SMD RESISTOR
3.9W 1/4W 1206 SMD RESISTOR
1000W 1W 2512 SMD RESISTOR
1000W 1W 2512 SMD RESISTOR
= R15 (da montare se si inverte lingresso)
= R26 (da montare se si inverte luscita)
470uF 50V PTH ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR
470uF 50V PTH ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR
470uF 50V PTH ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR
100uF 50V PTH ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR
100uF 50V PTH ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR
1nF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
1nF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
2 x 100nF ATC CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
2 x 100nF ATC CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
4 x 100pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
4 x 100pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
100nF 1210 SMD CAPACITOR
100nF 1210 SMD CAPACITOR
100nF 1210 SMD CAPACITOR
1uF 35V SMD TANTALIUM CAPACITOR
1uF 35V SMD TANTALIUM CAPACITOR
100nF 1210 SMD CAPACITOR

00045A
00045A
00045A
00045A
00042A
00042A
00800
00800
00042A
00042A
00056B
00056B
00075A
00001
00416A
00432
00049A
00049A
00012A
00012A
00012A
00012A
00396
00396

40

01807B
01807B
01807B
01795
01795
01145
01145
01065H
01065H
01135
01135
1065G
1065G
1065G
01613A
01613A
1065G

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REF.

DESCRIPTION

ELETTRONIKA CODE

C18
C19
C20
C21
C22
C23
C24
C25
C26
C27
C28
C29
C30
C31
C32
C33
C34
C35
C36
C37
C38
C39
C40
C41 x 2
C42 x 2
C43
C44
C45
C46
C47
C48
C49
C50
C51
C52
C53
C54
C55
C56
C57
C58
C59
T1
T2
B1

100nF 1210 SMD CAPACITOR


10uF 16V SMD TANTALIUM CAPACITOR
10uF 16V SMD TANTALIUM CAPACITOR
100nF 1210 SMD CAPACITOR
100nF 1210 SMD CAPACITOR
100nF 1210 SMD CAPACITOR
100nF 1210 SMD CAPACITOR
1nF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
1nF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
1nF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
1nF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
20pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
20pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
20pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
20pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
1.3pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
1.3pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
470pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
470pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
470pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
470pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
4.7pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
4.7pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
2 x 15pF JOHANSON SMD TRIMMER
2 x 15pF JOHANSON SMD TRIMMER
3.6pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
3.6pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
6.8pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
6.8pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
6.8pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
6.8pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
13pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
13pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
8.2pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
8.2pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
8.2pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
8.2pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
10pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
10pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
4.7pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
4.7pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
0.3pF ATC 100B CAPACITOR OR EQUIVALENT
BLF861A RF LDMOS POWER TRANSISTOR
BLF861A RF LDMOS POWER TRANSISTOR
COAX 2:1 BALUN

1065G
01626A
01626A
1065G
1065G
1065G
1065G
01145
01145
01145
01145
01123
01123
01123
01123
01104
01104
01143
01143
01143
01143
01108
01108
1485
1485
01104B
01104B
01111
01111
01111
01111
01119A
01119A
01113
01113
01113
01113
01117
01117
01108
01108
01160
04034
04034
08491

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41

REF.

DESCRIPTION

ELETTRONIKA CODE

B2
B3
B4
L1
L2
L3
L4
H1
H2
NTC1
NTC2
IC1
IC2
DZ1
DZ2
DZ3
DZ4
DL1
DL2
PN964AR3

COAX 2:1 BALUN


COAX 4:1 BALUN
COAX 4:1 BALUN
4 TURNS SILV. COP. WIRE 1.2mm WOUND ON OD 5mm
4 TURNS SILV. COP. WIRE 1.2mm WOUND ON OD 5mm
TURN COIL
TURN COIL
HYBRID COUPLER 3dB 90 ANAREN
HYBRID COUPLER 3dB 90 SAGE
NTC 100KW PTH
NTC 100KW PTH
DG419DY
DG419DY
15V SMD ZENER DIODE
15V SMD ZENER DIODE
6.8V SMD ZENER DIODE
6.8V SMD ZENER DIODE
SMD LED DIODE - RED SMD LED DIODE - RED PCB
Torretta 3x10 f/f
Imballo velapack 200x125x50

08491
08492
08492
07684
07684

42

05368
05369
00661
00661
04583
04583
03135
03135
03137
03137
03056
03056
0643K
V0774
09983

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SP500-27/48 SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY

E0013

SPECIFICATION
MODEL

SP-500-27 (E0012 Code)

SP-500-48 (E0013 Code)

DC Output Voltage
Output Rated Current
Output Current Range
Ripple & Noise (p-p)
DC Output Power
Efficiency
DC Voltage Adj.
Over V. Protection
Input Voltage Range
Input Frequency
Power Factor
Overload Protection

27Vdc
18A
0-18A
200mVp-p
486W
87%
24-30V
31V-36.5V
88-264Vac
47-63Hz
0.95/100-240Vac
105%-135%
Type: Foldback current limiting
Recovery: Auto
> =70C Output Shutdown
Temp. > =60C Fan On
< =50C Fan Off
-10C/+50C, 20%-90% RH
185x120x93
1.8Kg.

48Vdc
10A
0-10A
240mVp-p
480W
87%
41-56V
57.6V-67.2V

Over Temp. Protection


Fan Control
Working Temp., Humidity
Dimension
Weight

43

44

45

1K

MOC3022

R 71
5K1

C53

U53:B
PC1 2 3

22 /1W
27 /1W
39 /1W

471
/1 KV

331
/1 KV

221
/1 KV

24 V

27 V

48V

D 92 02

D 92 02

D 92 02

TR 132

TR 131

TR 130

TR 129

15 /1W

222
/50 0V

15 V

D 92 02

10 /1W C2 5P 06Q TR 127

222
/50 0V

13.5 V

L5 1

10 /1W C2 5P 06Q TR 127

222
/50 0V

12 V

M ODEL

SP-500 B D IFF ER ENT CO MPON EN T:


PART NO.
D 60 ,61
C 71,7 2 R8 0,8 1
62

R73

R 72
330

C57
103/50V

104/100V
U51:2

D54
1N4148

U 52:B
PC 123

R69

R 49
JU M P

D53
C56
1N4148
1u/50V
1M

103/50V
C N2
C

22 0 u
/63 V

47 0 u
/50 V

1K
/2W
3 K3
/2W

1 00 0u
/35 V

V-

6K 8
/1/2W

2K 2

2K 2

1K

1K

1 00 0u
/35 V
1 00 0u
/35 V

1K

R 86

U55
3 84 5

1 00 0u
/35 V

C 73 ,74
75

C 65
68P/50V

680
/2W

2 70
/2W

2 20
/2W

2 20
/2W

R 68

C 58

R8 2,83

C54

102/50V
C55
C60
104/100V

R51
200K/1W
R52
200K/1W
36K

24K

20K

10K

10K

6K 8

R 94

C61
471/100V
1K5

2K

2K

1K5

1K8

1K5

R9 5

1 5 /1 /2W

R 54

V-

C64
104/630V
R 57
6 80

R 66
1K

C 80

8 20
9 10

2 24
/1 00V

9 10

1 K2

1 K2

9 10

R 87

T+

T-

C51
100P/2KV
R 55
5.1

Q53
2 SC 26 55

R6 1
1R

2 24
/1 00V

1u /50 V

1u /50 V

1u /50 V

1u /50 V

Q5 4
A10 20

C62

CN2
B

R70
22 K
R67
24K
C 59
471/1KV

D52
1N4148
100u/35V

R6 0
15 /1/2 W

TF 404

TF 403

TF 402

TF 401

TF 400

C 101

Z D52

18V /1 W

J1,J2
J3

33V /1W

15V /1 W

J1,J2
J3

J2,J3

18V /1W

16.1 V

1 0 -1 2

13-15

C102

18

16

17
HE R204

D 69

C 87
22 2/5 00V

27V/1W

15V/1W

12 .9V

JUM P

J UMP

J UMP

Z D 53

222/250VA C

J1 ,J2
J3 ,J 4

J1 ,J 2
J3 ,J 4

J1,J2
J3,J4

1 .40
10mm

12.9 V

D 55
HE R10 4

C6 3
22 2/5 00 V

Q52
2 SK 13 5 8

R 59
5.1

2 22 /25 0VAC

TF 407

T 51

G
Q5 1
2S K13 58

D51
HER308
8

BD

R115
51

C52
103/2KV

BD

Z D 54

33V/1 W

18V/1 W

12V/1 W

JU MP

JU MP

JU MP

D 60 :A

D 62 :A

D 61 :A

1 6.1V

1 0.6 V

1 0.6 V

5 .4 V

5 .4 V

5 .4 V

Z D6 0

D 76
H ER 10 4

R G51
7 812

L5 2
D R0 05

R11 2
2 2/1 /2 W

D7 0
JUM P

78

82 0

1K 1

1K 2

1K 5

1K 8

1K 8

R8 4

R 50

1 0K

6 K8

1 0K

8 K2

6 K8

1 0K

1K

10

L51:A

R8 8

U 54 :C
L M 3 24

C7 9
10 4/1 00 V

47u/50V

R 53
100/2W
ZD51

R56
100
R74
75K
R65
68K

R 64
0.82/2W

R58
5K1
R62

18V/1W
R63
0.22/2W

C72

D60:B
BD

D61:B
BD
C 85

R 80

RC

C92

R 83
Q 56

2S C 1815

R 82
2 .2/1 /2W

R1 09

2 21/1 KV

ZD 55
5.1V/1W

0.22/2W

D62:B
560/1/2W

Q5 5
C 21 20

C74
J1

R1 07
1K

D6 8
1N 4148

J3
J4

J2

SH R1

C 80

U54 :B
LM 324
7

D 67
1N 4148

11

C9 1
2.2u/50V

T L4 31

U 54:A
LM 324
1

R8 6
-

R 10 8
15 K

R 92
1K

ZD60
LED1

R81
C86

R117

R84
2K

R 50

C73
SVR 2
JUMP
D64
1N4148
R91
22
C 93
105/50V

C7 5
R87
ZD54
R90
C

ZD52
ZD 53
C90
U51:1
MOC3022

1K

U 52:A
PC123
R

R 89
68K
5K1
R110

U53:A
PC123
D 75
H ER 204

C 92

C 71

1u/50V
R 120

C88
51/2W
C84
47u/50V

R11 6
103/50V

R111
2K
R106
100
CN 51:A
FAN
C83
47u/50V

A
C82
103/50V

D63
HER203
R100
3K9

R93
10
R 94
R95
SVR1
1K
R 96
10

TB1:F

-S

TB1:H

TB1 :A
+S

D 65
1N 41 48

D 66
1N 41 4 8

+V

TB1:B

-V

C77
473/630V
R-

R+

C78
473/630V
820

T5 1:D

R 103
6K8

C 76
104/100V
R101
3K9
R102
1.5 K

CN 4:A
RT
R104

RTH2
5K
820
RC-

R105

V+

C81
104/100V

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COMPONENT LIST SP-500-27-C


SPECIFICATIONS

QUANTITY

CASE 910-D-R3
CASE 910-T-R3
1208PTB1;L;20cm+TUBE/TYPE:B;
PIN KS-1
MYLAR FILM 910-R1
BOX PS-300 194x127x103mm
SCREW P 3x6
ISO NI
SCREW F 5.0x12 TP1 NI
SCREW F 3x6 TP2 NI
LABEL UP SP-500-27-R2
LABEL INDCON UL E010-R2 FAN CONT.
CARTON PS-300 1CUFT
261x18mm
327x18mm
BOM FOR SP-500-27A ON PCB
R/C 1/4W 5.1W 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 100W 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 680W 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 1kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 2.2kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 5.1kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 10kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 270kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 330kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/2W 5.1W 5% T-52mm
R/C 1/2W 680kW 5% T-52mm
R/MO 2W 51W 5%
R/MO 2W 30kW 5%
R/M 1/4W 22kW 1% T-52mm
R/M 1W 499kW 1% MFR-1WS
R/NW 2W 0.22W 5%
R/NW 2W 0.33W 5%
R/FS 5W 10W 10% T=130C
NTC 5kW 10% TSC-502
MOV 0.6W 470V 14 TNR15G471K
C/Y2 221/250VAC 20% P=7.5 AC
C/Y2 222/250VAC 20% P=7.5 AC
C/Y2 472/250VAC 20% P=7.5 AC
C/X2 104/250VAC 20% P=15 KNB153X
C/X2 474/250VAC 20% P=22 KNB153X
C/M 104/63V 10% P=5
C/M 104/100V 10% P=5
C/M 474/50V 10% P=5

1
1
1
3
2
1
4
2
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
4
1
1
1

POSITION

1
CASE
+S+V -S-V G-RC
1
PCBA PCBB
FAN
CASE

8
1 TB1
TB2
R10, R11
R26, R32
R27
R24
R23, R25
R12
R16
R29
R30
R21
R1
R4
R17, R18
R28
R14, R15, R8,R9
R6
R5, R7
R2
RT
ZNR1
C32
C14, C3, C4
C16
C5
C1, C2, C17, C8
C21
C6
C18

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SPECIFICATIONS

QUANTITY

POSITION

C/C 221/1KV 10% P=5 Y5P


C/C 471/1KV 10% P=5 Y5P
C/ML 102/100V 5% P=3
C/ML 472/100V 5% P=3
C/ML 103/100V 5% P=3
C/ML 473/100V 5% P=5
C/E 150u/400V 85C 22x30 HP3
C/E 2.2u/50V 105C 5x11 KM
C/E 220u/25V 105C 8x11.5 KM
C/E 470u/25V 105C 10x16 MHA
RD 15/A/600V GLASS D15XB60
RD 1A/50V 1N4001 T-52mm
RD 3A/600V 1N5406 DO-201
SFRD HER104 1A/300V T-52mm
SFRD RHRP1560 15A/600V TO220
SBD 1N5819 1A/40V T-52mm
HIGH-SPEED DIODE 1N4148 T-52mm
ZD 1/2W 8.9V 2% 9B3 T-52mm
BJT 2SA1020 -2A/50V TO92M
BJT 2SA562Y -0.5A/-30V TO92
BJT 2SC1815GR 0.1A/40V TO92
BJT 2SC2655 2A/50V TO92M
FET IRFP460 20A/500V TO3P
TRIAC BTA16-600B 16A TO220
CONTROL LT1249CN8
TR134-R2 Ku130125x2
LF TF360 ET-28 3.12mH
BEAD CORE BD-001A-M4S RH3.5x3x1.5

1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
5

BEAD CORE BD-001A-M4S RH3.5x3x1.5


FUSE F10 L 250 5x20 G- U GFE
FUSE CLIP 5x20
TB DT-4C-B14W(1171)-07
WAFER 8822-02 P=2.5
WAFER 8822-04 P=2.5
WAFER JS-1120-03N2 UL P=3.96
WIRE 07#18 90mm 52Tx2
HS YS032W-048 71431W-048
HS YS032W-070B 71431W-070B
MHS013-R1 SP-500
TO220-A 11.4x21.5x5.8
TO3P-A 17.5x28.5x5.9
CORE MS-130125 HKH-130
PCB SP-500A-R9 FR-4 2OZ DS
TW 3.0 NI

1
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1

C20
C12
C11
C13
C67
C19
C10, C26, C9
C22, C24, C25
C17
C23
BD1
D2
D9
D4, D6, D7, D8
D1
D5
D3
ZD4
Q3
Q8
Q7
Q4
Q1, Q2
TRC1
U1
L1
LF1, LF2
C14F, D1A, Q1D,
Q1G, Q2D
Q2G
FS1
FS1
TB1
CN2, CN3
CN4
CN1
F-F
HS1, HS3
HS2
RT
RT
RT
L1
PCB
RT

48

SPECIFICATIONS

QUANTITY

POSITION

SCREW P 3x8 ISO NI


SCREW P 3x10 ISO NI
SCREW P 3x6 TP2 ZN
SCREW P 3x16 TP2 ZN
10 1M (20mm)
BOM FOR SP-500-27B ON PCB
R/C 1/4W 1W 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 5.1W 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 10W 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 22W 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 51W 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 100W 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 330W 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 680W 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 820W 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 1kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm

2
3
6
1
20/100
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
3
5

D1, TRC1
BD1, Q1, Q2
HS1, HS2, HS3
RT
RT

R/C 1/4W 1kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm


R/C 1/4W 1.1kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 1.5kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 2kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 2.2kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 3.9kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 5.1kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 6.8kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 15kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 22kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 24kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 68kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 75kW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/4W 1MW 5% HP=10 T-52mm
R/C 1/2W 2.2W 5% T-52mm
R/C 1/2W 15W 5% T-52mm
R/C 1/2W 22W 5% T-52mm
R/C 1/2W 560W 5% T-52mm
R/C 1W 27W 5%
R/C 1W 200kW 5% CFR-1WS
R/MO 2W 51W 5%
R/MO 2W 100W 5%
R/MO 2W 1kW 5%
R/M 1/4W 24kW 1% T-52mm
R/NW 2W 0.22W 5%
R/NW 2W 0.82W 5%
MVR 0.W 1kW 10% 6 VP=5x2.5
NTC 5kW 10% TSC-502

1
1
1
3
1
2
3
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1

R61
R55, R59
R93, R96
R91
R115
R106, R56
R72
R57
R104, R105, R87
R107, R66, R73,
R88, R90
R92
R84
R102
R111, R116, R95
R86
R100, R101
R117, R58, R71
R103, R50
R108
R70
R94
R65, R89
R74
R69
R109
R54, R60
R112
R120
R80, R81
R51, R52
R110
R53
R82, R83
R67
R62, R63
R64
SVR1
RTH2

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SPECIFICATIONS

QUANTITY

POSITION

JUMP 0.6 P=5


JUMP 0.6 P=10
JUMP 1.4 P=10 9A
C/Y2 222/250VAC 20% P=7.5 AC
C/M 473/630V 10% P=15
C/M 104/63V 10% P=5

1
2
3
2
2
5

C/M 104/630V 10% P=15


C/M 224/63V 10% P=5
C/C 68P/50V 10% P=5 NPO
C/C 331/1KV 10% P=5 Y5P
C/C 471/100V 10% P=5 Y5P
C/C 471/1KV 10% P=5 Y5P
C/C 222/500V 20% P=5 Z5U
C/C 103/100V 20% P=5 Z5U
C/ML 102/100V 5% P=3
C/ML 103/100V 5% P=3
C/MC 105/50V80, -20%P=5 Y5V
C/C 101/2KV EPOXY 10% P=5 Y5P
C/C 103/2KV EPOXY 80, -20% P=10 Y5V
C/E 1u/50V 105C 5x11 KM
C/E 2.2u/50V 105C 5x11 KM
C/E 47u/50V 105C 6.3x11 KM
C/E 100u/35V 105C 8x11.5 KM
C/E 470u/50V LL5K 12.5x25 YXG
SFRD ESAD92-02 20A/200V TO3P
SFRD HER104 1A/300V T-52mm
SFRD HER203 2A/200V T-52mm
SFRD HER204 2A/300V T-52mm
SFRD HER308 3A/1KV
HIGH-SPEED DIODE 1N4148 T-52mm

1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
3
3
2
1
2
1
5

HIGH-SPEED DIODE 1N4148 T-52mm


ZD 1/2W 10.6V 2% 11B2 T-52mm
ZD 1W 5.1V 2% 1N4733 T-52mm
ZD 1W 15V 2% 1N4744 T-52mm
ZD 1W 18V 2% 1N4746 T-52mm

3
1
1
1
3

LED A264B/G A264B/G/F14-9


BJT 2SA1020 -2A/50V TO92M
BJT 2SC1815FGR 0.1A/40V TO92
BJT 2SC2120 0.8A/30V TO92
BJT 2SC2655 2A/50V TO92M
FET 2SK1358 9A/900V TO3P
SHR 431 2.5V 2% MM1431AT

1
1
1
1
1
2
1

SVR2
D70, R49
J1, J2, J3
C101, C102
C77, C78
C53, C60, C76,
C79, C81
C64
C80
C65
C71, C72
C61
C59
C63, C87
C88
C55
C54, C57, C82
C93
C51
C52
C56, C85
C91
C83, C84, C86
C62
C73, C74, C75
D60, D61, D62
D55, D76
D63
D69, D75
D51
D52, D53, D54,
D64, D65
D66, D67, D68
ZD60
ZD55
ZD53
ZD51, ZD52,
ZD54
LED1
Q54
Q56
Q55
Q53
Q51, Q52
SHR1

50

SPECIFICATIONS

QUANTITY

POSITION

RG MC7812CT 1.0A/12V TO220


PHOTO-TRIAC MOC3022
PHOTO PC123 TLP721F(04-GR)
PWM TL3845P TI
OP LM324 LA6324N
DR-COIL DR005A 9x12 0.35 498uH
TR131-R4 Ku130125x2 91.6u SP500-27
MT TF403-R1 ETD-44 SP-500-27
BEAD CORE BD-001A-M4S RH3.5x3x1.5

1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
10

TB DT-4C-B14W(1172)-08
WAFER 8822-02 P=2.5
I/O WIRE PSP300-CN1-R1
I/O WIRE PSP300-CN6-R2
I/O WIRE SP500-CN1-R1
I/O WIRE SP500-CN2-R3
HS YS021W-3 72020-3 h=25m/m
HS YS032W-070 71431W-070
CORE MS-130125 HKH-130
PCB SP-500B-R10 FR4 20Z DS
TW 30. NI
SCREW P 3x10 ISO NI

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
5

SCREW P 3x6 TP2 ZN

SCREW T 3x6 TP2 NI H

RG51
U51
U52, U53
U55
U54
L52
L51
T51
D60, D61, D62,
Q51, Q52
TB1
CN51
CN1
CN3
CN2
CN4
HS53
HS51, HS52
L51
PCB
RTH2
D60, D61, D62,
Q51, Q52
HS51, HS52,
RTH2
HS53

51

200W UHF TV Output Filter IMD Suppressor

06604A

3 SECTION BANDPASS FILTER WITH 2 NOTCH ELEMENTS - COMB-LINE STRUCTURE, INDUCTIVE COUPLING
IRISES; CONSTANT BANDWIDTH, VERY EASY TO TUNE - EXACT GENERALIZED CHEBISHEV DESIGN
GIVING MAXIMUM SELECTIVITY AND MINIMUM GROUP DELAY VARIATION.

SPECIFICATIONS
Frequency
Connectors
Power handling
Insertion loss
Return loss
Operating temperature
Bandwidth
Selectivity @V.C.-5.5/+11
Selectivity @V.C.-11/+16.5
Weight

52

470 - 860MHz
N
200W CW
0.55dB Typ. @ V.C.
26dB
-10 to +50C
8MHz
-30dB
-22dB
1.2kg

TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
The output filter 200W UHF is made up of a resonators bandpass filter and two notches. It can be
regulated on all the channels of UHF TV band (470 - 8690MHz) and according to all world-wide
standards (intercarrier 4.5 - 6.5MHz). The bandpass section is composed by the three middle resonators,
while the two resonators apart are the notches. The filter is symmetrical, therefore the choice of lowest
and highest notch is indifferent.
The bandwidth and the notch depth are predetermined, so they dont need any regulation.
The input/output coupling are regulated by means of the two screws which are in position opposed to
every connector. The regulation is carried out with a screwdriver, considering that when the screw
lines are parallel to the longer side of the filter the coupling is maximum, otherwise if orthogonal it is
minimum. The twist friction of the couplings can be set acting on the hexagonal clamps with a no. 12
key.

TUNING INSTRUCTIONS
The advised sequence is the following:
1. Set the instrument state as follows:
- C.F. = (V.C. + S.C.) / 2
- SPAN = INTERCARRIER * 5
(E.G. 27,5MHz std. B/G)
- TRANSMISSION SCALE = 5dB/div.
- REFLECTION SCALE = 5dB/div.
2. Turn the bandpass section on the required channel, and match input and output until a correct response
is achieved. During this step keep the tunings of the two notches well far away from the response. Fit the
curve at the center of the screen, so as to get the same attenuation at the borders. The input/output
couplings can influence the external resonators, therefore it will be necessary to repeatedly fix the
former after the latter in small steps.
3. Tune the two notches to P.V.-INTERCARRIER and P.A.+INTERCARRIER frequencies. This will
vary the response and matchning.
4. Adjust the bandpass external tunings. The lower notch side tuning shall be a little unscrewed, whereas
the upper notch side tuning will have to screwed.
5. Enhance a little the lower notch side coupling (the coupling screw toward the filter lenghth). Improve

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the calibration alternatively acting on two sides according to this sequence: regulate the couplings, re-tune
notches if it has to be moved and then the bandpass tunings. Execute the sequence in small steps aiming to
improve the matching.

SPECIFICATION OVER THE UHF BAND

MEASURE

Insertion loss @ V.C.

< 0.65dB (Typ. 0.56)

Return Loss (from V.C.-0.75 to S.C.+0.25)

> 26dB

Attenuation @ V.C.-INTERCARRIER

> 25

Attenuation @ V.C.+INTERCARRIER

> 20

Date

D.T.

SAMPLE FREQUENCY RESPONSE DIAGRAM

54

VALUE