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Overview Product Line Up
VHF FM Repeater UHF FM Repeater
409 (16 3/32)
W1 MP1 MP2 MP3 MP4
DC Power Cable (OPC-1784) 3063 Handle 3063 H-Spacer Setscrew (C) (4x12 ZK3) 3063 Key Seal
483 (19 1/32) Unit: mm (inch)
88 (3 15/32)
40 (1 9/16)
256 (10 1/4)
IDAS 6.25KHZ DIGITAL CAPABLE REPEATERS
The IC-FR5000/FR6000 series is the first Icom IDAS 6.25kHz digital capable repeater, in addition to the IC-F3160, F5060 series radios. The IDAS system increases existing 12.5kHz channel capacity and offers easy migration from analog to digital. IDAS DIGITAL FEATURES
Digital/analog mixed mode operation The IDAS radio (including repeater) can receive both analog mode and digital mode signals on a single channel. You can partially introduce the IDAS digital radios, while using the existing analog radios in a system. The IDAS system allows you to scale migration to narrow band digital at your own pace and need, while running your existing analog system. A cost efficient way to obtain the next generation in two way radio technology. Digital voice for clear audio The IDAS radio uses the AMBE+2 codec providing crisp and clear communication and simultaneous data communication. Selective call, group call and talk group ID The IDAS system allows you to call individual or group users. The talk group ID shows group ID, unit ID or alias name on the display while receiving* a message.
* This function is similar to the analog mode PTT ID function, however, the IDAS radio can keep sending ID information during a voice transmission, so the receiving IDAS radio can decode the ID even when breaking into a conversation. (Late entry is possible)
Digital voice encryption The IDAS system provides secure communication using a 15-bit key (about 32,000 keys) encryption. RAN (Radio Access Number) for digital code squelch The RAN code provides a digital code for accessing the IDAS repeater or digital code squelch function. Double your channel capacity The IDAS system utilizes 6.25kHz narrow channel spacing, which when in a 12.5kHz channel, you can create two offset 6.25kHz channels. (i.e. doubling the channel efficiency and capacity.) You can use these channels, for example, in a one for voice and one for data communication configuration.
Data communication The IDAS system allows you 4800 bps* data communication. You can send a data message or GPS position data without an external data modem.
*Error correction, control data, etc, will reduce number of bits available for actual data communication.
Other functions (Subscriber units only) Status call/request Radio check Call alert Remote radio stun/kill/revive Emergency call Call log Remote radio monitor. Remotely turns on the PTT and transmits anything the microphone hears for a preprogrammed time period. Data call. send and receive a data communication Simultaneous data call. Send and receive data such as GPS position information with a voice transmission
25W, 50W versions, high duty cycle operation Employing an effective cooling fan and high performance power amplifier, the IC-FR5000/FR6000 provides a stable 50W at 50% duty operation, and 25W output at 100% duty operation. 1919-inch rack mount, 2U height low profile design The IC-FR5000 series has a rack mount bracket and handles for installation in an industry standard 19-inch rack. A 2U height configuration allows you to stack multiple units in a rack. Two RF modules in one unit The IC-FR5000 series has an internal space for installing another RF unit, the optional UR-FR5000 series. Two RF modules can be installed in the chassis and reduces installation space, while the RF modules can be programmed and operated independently. 5-Tone encoder/decoder When a preprogrammed 5-tone signal is received, the IC-FR5000 series starts and/or finishes repeater operation (downlinking). 25D-SUB 25-pin accessory connector The IC-FR5000 series has a D-SUB 25-pin accessory connector for connecting LTR/PassPort trunking* controllers or other external devices. An operating channel can be controlled by the input signal from the D-SUB 25-pin connector. * Analog mode only. multiDot matrix, multi-function LCD A dot matrix LCD is employed for the function display. Up to 12 characters can be displayed. There are 5 programmable buttons on the front panel allowing you to use the repeater as a base station. 32 memory channels The IC-FR5000 series has 32 memory channels. Each memory channel stores a 12-character channel name, digital/analog channel spacing, repeater/base operation etc, as well as frequency setting. Voice scrambler The IC-FR5000 series has a built-in inversion type* voice scrambler. When a more secure voice scrambler system is required, the optional UT-109R/UT-110R* is also available. * The inversion type voice scrambler and UT-109R/UT110R voice scrambler is for analog mode only.
UR UR-FR5000 VHF CHANNEL MODULE 136174MHz, 50W
OPC-1122U 250mm OPC-1637 (USB cable) 1500mm CD (USB driver software)
Installation and Connections
Front panel connections
After unpacking, immediately report any damage to the delivering carrier or dealer. Keep the shipping cartons. For a description and a diagram of accessory equipment included with the IC-FR5000/FR6000 series, see Supplied accessories on page 5 of this handbook.
Selecting a location
Select a location for the repeater that allows adequate air circulation, free from extreme heat, cold, or vibrations, and away from TV sets, TV antenna elements, radios and other electromagnetic sources.
For radio communications, the antenna is of critical importance, along with output power and sensitivity. Select antenna(s), such as a well-matched 50 antenna, and feedline. 1.5:1 or better of Voltage Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR) is recommended for the desired band. Of course, the transmission line should be a coaxial cable. CAUTION: Protect repeater from lightning by using a lightning arrestor. NOTE: There are many publications covering proper antennas and their installation. Check with your local dealer for more information and recommendations
Rear panel connections
Power supply connection
Make sure the repeaters power is turned OFF when connecting a DC power cable. CAUTION: Voltages greater than 16 V DC will damage the repeater. Check the source voltage before connecting the power cable.
Mounting the repeater
Using the supplied handle The supplied handles are available for mounting the repeater into a 19 inch rack. The handles can be installed to the repeaters front panel. 1 Attach the supplied handles to both sides of the repeaters front panel with the spacers, then tighten the screws as below.
2 The completed installation should look like as below.
UR-FR5000/URUR-FR5000/UR-FR6000 CHANNEL EXTENSION MODULES
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES 1 DC power cable..Control cable.. Angles.. Screws (M48 mm).. Set screws (M36 mm).. Tapping screws (M38 mm).mm = 1/32 inch
3 Disconnect the control cable from the channel module (original), then remove the front panel. Channel module(original)
4 Remove 6 screws from the front panel, then remove the shielding plate and rubber seal.
OPENING CASE 1 Remove 7 screws from top and 2 screws each from both sides of the repeater, then slide off the top cover to the direction of the arrow as illustrated below.
2 Remove 3 screws from bottom and 2 screws each from both sides of the repeater.
POWER SWITCH [POWER] Push to turn the repeater power ON. Push and hold for 3 sec. to turn the repeater power OFF. When a channel extension module is installed: While the repeater power is turned ON, push to select the desired module to operate the repeater as the base station. The power indicator of the selected module unit lights green. DEALER-PROGRAMMABLE KEYS DEALERDesired functions can be programmed independently by your dealer. Ask your dealer for details. Because these keys are programmable, the functions of these keys are unique to each unit.
SIGNAL STRENGTH INDICATOR Indicates relative signal strength level. LOW POWER INDICATOR Appears when low output power is selected. AUDIBLE INDICATOR Appears when the channel is in the audible (unmute) condition.
COMPANDER INDICATOR Appears when the compander function is activated. SCRAMBLER/ENCRYPTION INDICATOR Appears when the voice scrambler/encryption function is activated. ALPHANUMERIC DISPLAY Shows a variety of text or code information.
The optional channel extension module can be installed. Ask your dealer for details. EXTERNAL SPEAKER CONNECTOR [SP] Connect the optional SP-22. RECEIVE ANTENNA CONNECTOR [RX] Connects a receive antenna (impedance: 50). ACCESSORY CONNECTOR [ACC] Connects to the accessory connector. See pgs. 25 for accessory connector information. DC POWER RECEPTACLE Connects the supplied DC power cable from this connector to an external 13.6 V DC power supply. TRANSMIT ANTENNA CONNECTOR [TX] Connects a transmit antenna (impedance: 50 ) and outputs transmit signals.
Functions Programmable to Assignable Keys
Null No function. CH Up/Down Push to select a channel after selecting a specific function via other keys. Scan A Start/Stop - This key operation depends on Power ON Scan setting in the Common screen. When Power ON scan function is turned "OFF"; Push to start and cancel scanning operation.
Assign a function to each programmable key; [Dial]/[P0]/[P1]/[P2]/[P3] and [P4]. P4]. The functions you can assign to [DIAL] are limited.
EPTT When the port is activated, the Ext. PTT (EPTT) function is turned "ON. Repeat Disable When the port is activated, the repeater operation is disabled. TX Disable TX When the port is activated, the transmission is disabled. Mic Mute Mic When the port is activated, the connected microphone is muted. Ext. Key Ext. You can use the port as the customized key. The same functions in the Key Assign are assignable to the port.
Cloning Software CS-FR5000 Basic Setup of Cloning Software
Getting started o This cloning software is designed to perform data setting and cloning for the IC-FR5000/IC-FR6000 series VHF/UHF FM REPEATERS. o HELP WINDOW: CS-FR5000 has a help window to describe functions and operation. System requirements To use this program, the following hardware and software are required: PC Microsoft Windows 2000/XP or Microsoft Windows Vista is installed With USB port Other item Optional OPC-1122U* CLONING CABLE (USB type) NOTE: To use the OPC-1122U, USB type cloning cable, USB driver installation is necessary. The driver is supplied with the OPC-1122U. See the OPC-1122U instruction manual for the installation details. *The USB driver, supplied with the OPC-1122U, is not supported for Microsoft Windows Vista(64 bit). Software installation Quit all applications when Windows is running. Insert the CD into the appropriate CD drive. Double-click the Setup.exe contained in the CD. The Welcome to the InstallShield Wizard for CSFR5000 will appear as below. Click [Next>].
6 The Choose Destination Location will appear as below. Then click [Next>] to install the software to the destination folder. (e.g. C:\Program Files\Icom\CS-FR5000) Click [Browse.] to select another destination folder before clicking [Next >], if desired.
7 After the installation is completed, the InstallShield Wizard Complete will appear as below. Then click [Finish].
5 The User Information will appear as below, then type your name, your company name and the product ID number with the following manner. Then click [Next >]. ID number: 306401-(6 digit serial number) e.g. the serial number on the CD is 000001, enter 306401-000001 as the ID number.
Key & Display Assign one of several functions to the Dealer assignable keys, set the beep audio frequency, Display conditions, Select the transmit output power etc. Set Mode For setting the following items in the repeater's user set mode to Inhibit or Enable, and adjust the appropriate setting. The items includes Backlight, LCD Contrast, Fan, Beep, SQL Level, AF Min Level, Mic Gain, Signal Moni, System info, LCD Check, Information, and Key Check. Common Commonly set items such as Clone Comment (1)/(2), Security, Auto Reset, TOT, Lockout, Repeater Hold Timer, PTT Encode Tone, EPPT Delay Timer, RS232C, Scrambler, Low Voltage 1 and 2 value, Beat Cancel, Wide Band Width, Front Speaker, and Digital Function.
Scan List A total of 17 scanning lists are available for a wide variety and flexible scanning operation. Scan Setting Set the timer for Watch, Watch Unmatch, Resume, Talk Back, Fast Scan, Slow Scan, and set the functions such as Power ON Scan, Nuisance Delete, Mode Dependent Scan, Monitor Key Action, Talk Back Timer Beep.
RX Code CH Set RX Code, text, ABC, Aud Mode, Emer, Beep, ext. RX Code Setting Set Link A Timer, Compare Digit, ID Decode Timer and Auto Timer. TX Code CH Set TX Code, Text, Input Digit, Update, ABC condition, and Sel. TX Code Setting Set Long Tone Timer, Link R/1/2 Timer, Lead Out Delay Timer, ABC Decode Timer, etc. Format Set the Tone Period for a tone encoder, Notone Timer and Tone Length. User Tone Set the encode tone frequency, the lower and higher edge of the tone decode frequency range. And check the 'Auto' check-box so that the recommended decode frequencies are automatically set.
The 'Memory CH' window allow you to edit the channel information. Editable items such as RX/TX Frequency, Time-Out-Timer, Scan List, CW ID, TX C.Tone, Wide/Narrow, Compander, 5-Tone setting, Digital Setting, Scrambler/Encryption OFF/ON/Inhibit etc.
Individual ID List Set the Individual ID within 0 to 65519, or 65535 and Enter up to a 12-character Individual ID name. Encryption A total of 63 encryption settings are available. Set the Encryption Key from 0001 to 7FFF (hexadecimal number) to each Encryption No. ANI Set the display condition of Talkgroup ID and Unit ID.
Desired CTCSS frequency or DTCS code can be set in Decode and Encode (FM mode operation). Desired RAN code can be set in Decode and Encode (Digital mode operation).
Remote Control Function
Operation with a Hyper Terminal
The Hyper Terminal software comes with Windows 2000 or Windows XP. Hyper Terminal software is not supplied with Window Vista.
The IC-FR6000 series has a D-SUB 25-pin accessory connector for connecting LTR/PassPort trunking* controllers or other external devices. An operating channel can be controlled by the input signal from the D-SUB 25-pin connector. A PC command protocol is available to the manufacturers who produce external devices to control Icom transceivers and/or repeaters by signing an NDA.
Hyper Terminal setup
1. Name and Icon setup When starting the Hyper Terminal software the screen below will be displayed. Type a name and select an icon from the list then click the OK button.
Connect the RS-232C terminal on PC and the D-Sub 25pin connector on the rear of IC-FR6000 by a cable. 2. Set up PC and radio connection Select COM1 COM2(255 max) of the Connect using.
Setting of the Cloning Software
Set the RS-232C mode at Common Common RS-232C Mode: MC CMD V2 The Initial set up value of connection Speed is 4800bps. This can be changed to match the speed with the Terminal software.
Detail of COM port setup NOTE Speed should be matched with cloning software settings. Set each port setting parameter as below. Data=8bit Parity=None Stop=1bit Flow=None
3. Open the Properties window and select the Settings sheet then click ASCII Setup to open ASCII Setup window.
Receiving the PC command When the Hyper terminal software starts, it is always in receiving mode. With the PC and repeater connected, turn the repeater power ON. The following display appears. [Memory ch=1], [Audible=off] NOTE: For details, see the PC Command Expansion (V2) specification sheet.
Start [STX] , V2 Command [*] , COMMAND, Stop [EXT] 4. Select Echo typed characters locally by clicking the checkbox. Transmitting the PC command Below is an example of reading the revision number from the radio. COMMAND=GET, INFO, REV Enter STX(CTRL+B) * GET, INFO, REV ETX(CTRL+C) from PC then STX * NTF, INFO, REV, 2.0, $E73C EXT will be returned from radio.
NOTE: Revision number and check sum differs by each radio. Close the windows by click OK buttons.
A total of 16 scanning lists are available for a wide variety and flexible scanning operation. In this screen, program scanning condition for each list. Display Text Enter up to a 12-character text to indicate message, etc. and/or indicating the scan list during scanning. Scan Type Set the scanning type to each scan list. Scan OFF, Normal Scan and Priority Scan are available. The watch time period, the power ON scan function etc. is programmed in Scan Setting screen. Scan OFF: Scanning operation is turned OFF. Normal Scan: Normal scan. Scans all selected channels. The scan proceeds in sequence.
Talk back timer is set in Talk Back (Sec) in the Scan Setting screen.
Voice scrambling function
The optional voice scrambler unit provides high performance private communication between stations with the same scrambler code. The 32 code non-rolling-type voice scrambler UT-109R and 1020 code rolling type UT-110R are available. Variable Split and Frequency Inversion This is the scrambling system employed in the UT-109R and UT-110R. The audio frequency band is divided at a specified frequency (divided frequency) and high and low audio frequencies in each band are inverted. The divided frequency is programmable with cloning.
Original AF Level Dividing Dividing Frequency Level Inverting Dividing Frequency Level
nonDifference between rolling and non-rolling types The rolling type (in fact, hopping type is used for the UT-110R) is an additional feature which provides higher communication security. It changes the divided frequency over a specified period.
Non-Rolling Type (UT-109R) Level Dividing Frequency is fixed with programming Rolling Type (UT-110R) Level Dividing Frequency is changed over specified period
Low Dividing Frequency High
Digital Voice Encryption Function The IDAS system provides a 15-bit key (about 32,000 keys) encryption for secure communication. TX RX Digital Audio 10101010 Key Encryption Decipher Digital Audio 10101010 Key
Voice Scrambling/Encryption Setup
Memory Channel - Scrambler/Encryption This item is unavailable for the repeater operation. (Unavailable when Repeat or Full-Duplex is selected.) Full ON/OFF Turn the voice Scrambler/Encryption function ON or OFF as an initial setting.
OFF ON Inh
Turn the voice Scrambler/Encryption function OFF. Turn the voice Scrambler/Encryption function ON. The voice Scrambler/Encryption function selection for user is inhibited.
Common - Scrambler Type Set the installed voice scrambler type as Rolling or Non-rolling. As Rolling type and Non-rolling type have different code settings, they are not compatible. By selecting Non-rolling type in this item, you can use the UT-109R, or UT-110R as Non-rolling type. Selectable value: Rolling or Non-rolling NOTE: 1. This item is invalid for frequency inversion type. 2. When "Non-rolling type" is selected, the following Scrambler setting will be invalid. Group Code Set the Scrambler Group code number. Available number: 1 to 4 Synchronous Capture "Synchronous capture mode" is useful when communicating through a repeater. However, because of voice components, the repeater cannot maintain synchronous mode in rare cases. Normally it is best to set this item to "Standard". Selectable value: Standard (normal operation) or Continuous (repeater operation) Tone Start Timing Tone start timing selects the synchronous tone signal transmission delay time. Set the delay time when the other party's repeater has power save mode. Selectable value: OFF (default), 300 ms, 600 ms and 1100 ms.
CH Type = Mixed-Digital
3. AF Min Level setting
AF Min Level = 0 is inhibit Audible output mode therefore set AF Min Level = 1
1. Frequency Setting Analog Transceiver RX = f2 TX = f1 Digital Transceiver RX = f3 TX = f1
Necessary to setup when using CTCSS. 2. CH Type setting CH Type = Analog CH Type = Mixed-Digi
Necessary to setup when using RAN
Repeater Linking System Repeater Linking System (1)
Basic Repeater Linking System Link VHF Tx = f1 Rx = f2 Linking interface Linking interface Tx = f3 Rx = f4
IC-FR6000 Tx = f2 Rx = f1 UHF H/H
IC-FR6000 Tx = f4 Rx = f3 UHF H/H
A repeater extends communications service area and it is very useful for two-way communications. Everyone thinks that the service area should be as wide as possible such as a cellular phone system. Now the service area can be extended with Icom repeaters! This is a basic plan to upgrade the repeater site to a link system. This plan is suitable for linking two or more repeater sites. When a subscriber transmits, the repeater re-transmits a received signal. At the same time, the received signal is sent to another repeater site, through a VHF mobile radio. These VHF radios work as link radios between repeater sites. System requirements (One site) Descriptions Model Number UHF Repeater IC-FR6000 UHF Antenna Duplexer VHF Mobile Radio IC-F111 VHF Antenna Power Supply Duplexer ACC Cable OPC-617 Interface Cable 25p to 9p Quantity
Connect two repeaters by interface cable (25p to 9p). These interface cables are not sold as Icom accessories, therefore please assemble the interface cable by yourself. The connection diagram is as follows;
Repeater (25pin) Pin Description Pin No. BUSY OUT 17 MOD IN 8 DISC OUT 9 EPPT 19 GND 7,14 OPC-617 (9pin) Pin No. Pin Description PPT CONT IN 5 DET AF OUT 3 MOD IN 4 HORN DRIVE 1 GND 8, 9
Repeater Linking System (2)
Basic Repeater Linking System Link VHF Tx = f1 Rx = f2
Tx = f3 Rx = f4
IC-FR6000 + UR-FR5000
Tx = f2 Rx = f1 UHF H/H
Tx = f4 Rx = f3 UHF H/H
This is an advanced plan to upgrade the repeater site to a link system. An ICOM repeater also works as a base station (simplex), therefore this system is more versatile. Applicable for repeater link, cross-band repeater, etc. System requirement (One site) Descriptions UHF Repeater UHF Antenna Duplexer VHF RF Module VHF Antenna Duplexer Interface Cable Model Number IC-FR6000 UR-FR5000 Quantity
This is an example for a Tone Remote Controller added to a single repeater site.
Repeater and Worldpatch connection
Repeater (25pin) Pin Description Pin No. +13.6V OUT 11 DISC OUT 9 MOD IN 8 EPPT 19 Busy 15 GND 7,14 Worldpatch (10pin) Pin No. Pin Description +12V IN 1 DISC IN 3 TX AUD 5 PTT OUT 7 COR IN 8 GND 2, 4, 6
Repeater and Tone Remote Adaptor connection
Repeater (25pin) Pin Description Pin No. +13.6V OUT 11 AF OUT 22 MOD IN 8 EPPT 19 Key Moni 17* GND 7,14 MCH Select :1 15* MCH Select :2 16* MCH Select :3 23* MCH Select :4 24* MCH Select :5 25* Tone Remote Adaptor Pin No. Pin Description +12V IN RX IN TX OUT PTT OUT MONITOR OUT GND F1 F2 F3 F4 F5
* The desired functions can be assigned to EXT. I/O 15 to 25. System requirements with Telephone connection (One site) Descriptions UHF Repeater UHF Antenna Antenna Combiner ZETRON Worldpatch Model Number IC-FR6000 Quantity System requirements (One site) Descriptions Repeater Antenna Antenna Combiner Tone Remote Adaptor Tone Remote Model Number IC-FR6000 Quantity
Note: The above connections are for your reference only. Ask your dealer for details.
MPT1327 Trunking System
* All diagrams in this section show a 3 channel system example. Single Site Trunking System Single Site Trunking System with telephone line connection
IC-FR6000 Channel Controller RS-232C System Control Interface Network Management RS-232C
Channel Controller System Control Interface
The IC-FR5000/IC-FR6000 series has D-SUB 25 pin/modular interfaces for external controllers such as PassPort and MPT1327. MPT1327 is a signalling standard for trunked private land mobile radio systems. It defines the protocol rules for communication between a trunking system controller (TSC) and users' radio units. This is a basic plan to upgrade the repeater site to a trunking system. This plan is an example of a single trunking repeater site. System requirements (One site) Descriptions UHF Repeater Channel Module Unit UHF Antenna Antenna Combiner Channel Controller System Control IF PC Management Software Model Number IC-FR6000 UR-FR6000 Quantity
Analog Networked LTR or PassPort Trunking System
Master Controller Card Trunking Controller Card Trunking Controller Card T1 Card Card Xtend Card
4 Wire E&M Analog Microwave Radio Link
This is an example to upgrade for analog network added to the single trunking repeater site.
System requirements (Site A) Descriptions UHF Repeater Channel Module Unit UHF Antenna Antenna Combiner Link Controller NTS Commander Master Controller Card Trunking Controller Card T1 Card Card Xtend Card PC Model Number IC-FR6000 UR-FR6000 Quantity
Solar Powered Repeater System
Solar power system
DC Battery Descriptions Solar Panel Charge Controller Battery Inverter Repeater Antenna Model Number
DC IN AC OUT
Solar power system In order to design a solar power system you'll have to first determine your estimated electrical needs and available resources to generate electric power. Check there is enough sun light available at the location, to determine the type of generation system to make. Check points Calculate Your Total Daily Amp Hour usage Calculate how many Solar Panels you will need Total average amp hours per day Average sun hours per day in your area Continuous non-sunshine days in your area Calculate what size of Batteries you will need
Calculate Your Total Daily Amp Hour usage List AC load items AC Loads Quantity X Watts X Hrs/week = Wh/week
Total Wh/week DC watt hours per week. Multiply line by 1.15 to correct for inverter loss. Inverter DC input voltage; This is DC system voltage. Divide line by line. This is total amp hours per week used by AC loads. DC Loads Quantity
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List DC load items
Hrs/week = Wh/week
Total Wh/week DC system voltage. Total amp hours per week used by DC loads. Divide line by line. Total amp hours per week used by AC loads from line Add lines and. This is total amp hours per week used by all loads. Divide line by 7 days. This is total average amp hours per day.
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Calculate how many Solar Panels you will need Total average amp hours per day Divide line by 0.8 to compensate for loss from battery charge/discharge Average sun hours per day in your area Divide line by line. for total amps required Multiply line by 1.15 to correct for generating loss. Continuous non-sunshine days in your area Multiply line and line for total solar array amps required. Peak amps of solar module used Total number of solar modules in parallel. Divide line by. Round off to the next highest whole number. Number of Solar Panels= Calculate what size of Batteries you will need Total average amp hours per day Divide line by 0.8 to compensate for loss from battery charge/discharge Continuous non-sunshine days in your area Multiply line and line for total Wh required. DC system voltage. Divide line by line for required Ah. Safety factor Multiply line and line for total battery capacity Ah required.
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Wind-Solar Hybrid Powered Repeater System
Wind-Solar Hybrid power system
Battery Descriptions Wind Turbine Wind Turbine Controller Solar Panel Hybrid Controller Battery Inverter Repeater Antenna Model Number
WindWind-Solar Hybrid power system In order to design a wind-solar hybrid power system you'll have to first determine your estimated electrical needs and available resources to generate electric power. Check there are enough wind resources available at the location , and check there is enough sun light available at the location, to determine the type of generation system to make. Other considerations Wind speeds increase with height. In general, the higher the tower, the more power the wind system can produce. How many No wind days to cover How many No sun shine days to cover How to split duty between wind and solar power Wind And Solar Often Have Seasonally Complimentary Resources Summer: Low Wind / High Solar Winter: High Wind / Low Solar
Reference of Wind Turbine Power generation figure, model Z-500 from Zephyr Wind blow hours
Mean wind Velocity Gen. output Daily mean velocity
Gen. power Monthly gen. power Daily mean velocity
Gen. power Monthly gen. power
m/s 0.8 1.7 2.6
kWh 2.3 18.3 60.8
m/s 1.3 2.7 4.2
kWh 3.7 29.2 97.3
m/s 2.0 4.0 6.3
kWh 5.5 43.8 146.0
Wind turbine power Wind is the fuel for your wind generator. The power in the wind can be transferred to electric power. The amount of transferred power is directly proportional to the density of the air, the area swept out by the rotor, and the cube of the wind speed. Power Cable Choose the right power cable for the system You should choose the correct size (gauge) of cable depending on usage of power and cable distance as indicated below for your reference. Recommended Cable Size by Power and Distance (DC12V system)
Total RMS Power 3m (Watts) 96.84ft 100W 200W 300W 500W 5m 16.40ft Distance 10m 32.81ft 20m 65.62ft 30m 98.43ft
The power P available in the wind is given by: P = power in watts = efficiency constant = mass density of air in kilograms per cubic meter r = radius of the wind turbine in meters v = velocity of the air in meters per second Efficiency Depends on make and model of wind turbine which you choose. Density The higher a wind generator is from sea level, the lower the air density. Air density is directly proportional to the output of your turbine. The figure below should be used in your calculation depending on the height from sea level of your installation site. m 1 - 500 ft 100% m 500 - 1000 ft 97% m 1000 - 2000 ft 94% m 2000 - 3000 ft 91% m 3000 - 4000 ft 88% m 4000 - 5000 ft 85% m 5000 - 6000 ft 82% m 6000 - 7000 ft 79% m 7000 - 8000 ft 76% m 8000 - 9000 ft 73% m 9000 - 10000 ft 70% Radius Depends on make and model of wind turbine which you choose. Velocity Wind maps are available for many countries which will give you an idea of the wind resource at the site where you are planning to install. Check out these maps and see if you have sufficient wind resource.
HIGH POWER DIGITAL + ANALOG REPEATER
ias 100dv ias 100du
100 Watt, Analog + Digital IDAS Repeater
Public Safety Version
Provides high-power IDAS communications!
HIGH-POWER VHF OR UHF REPEATER
Standard Version IAS 100DV (VHF) & IAS 100DU (UHF) Includes: Icom IC-FR5000/FRAmp power supply with the float charging capabilities of an external battery 15 Amp A/C surge suppression panel with 780 joules A/C surge suppression MOV technology TPL amplifier with built-in power supply and auto bypass of exciter input in case of A/C failure Public Safety Version IAS 100DV PS (VHF) & IAS 100DU PS (UHF) Includes: Icom IC-FR5000/FRAmp power supply with smart charging external battery technology modular design load capacity and expandable to 120 amp load capacity 15 Amp A/C surge suppression panel with 1750 joules A/C surge suppression SASD technology TPL amplifier that operates on DC voltage. In case of AC power failure, the repeater continues to develop 100 watts
Third party components noted are subject to change or substitution. Contact IAS for details.
HM-152 SM-25 SP-22 PRE-SELECTOR TEL TPRD 1554
IAS DVN 4522L
IAS DVNC 1533L
TEL TPRD 1556
HM-152 HAND MICROPHONE Regular hand microphone SM-25 DESKTOP MICROPHONE Equipped with a monitor switch SP-22 EXTERNAL SPEAKER Compact and easy to install PRE-SELECTOR Narrow band filter. Increases selectivity for high noise environments UC-FR5000 IDAS TRUNKING NETWORK CONTROLLER For IDAS conventional IP network. UC-FR5000 #02 required
CF-FR50000MC CF CARD IP network upgrade software for UC-FR5000 #01. Already installed in UC-FR5000 #02 IAS DVN 4522L DUPLEXER 400-512MHz, 3 Min Split, 4 Cavity IAS DVNC 1533L DUPLEXER 148-174MHz, 2 Min Split, 4 Cavity TEL TPRD 1556 DUPLEXER 400 Kc minimum split VHF TEL TPRD 1554 DUPLEXER 600 Kc minimum split VHF
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