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21 - LabSat 2 PIN OUTS


 

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Front View of LabSat 2
 

 

Connector 1 - POWER (Lemo 2 PIN)

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PIN I/O Function Range
1 I Power+ 5.4 V to 30 V
2 I Ground 0V
 

Connector 2 - AUX (Lemo 5 PIN) 

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PIN I/O Function Range
1 O Module Direction Control ±12 V
2 I Reserved ±12 V
3 I Digital Input 1 (DIG IN) 0 V to 5 V
4 O Digital Output 1 0 V to 5 V
5 O +V Power Same as Power+
 

SMA Connectors - RF OUT, RF IN and CLOCK IN

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PIN Name Function Range
Center RF IN

RF Signal including 

3 V DC bias for active antenna
 
RF OUT RF Signal Output DC Blocked   
CLOCK IN 10 MHz Reference clock. Must be enabled in LabSat software 10.000 MHz +6 dB
Chassis - Ground  
 

26 way D type connector

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The functionality available from the 26 Way D-Type connector on the front panel of LabSat 2, is described in the table below.
 

Number Name I/O Function
1 DIO 0 O 1-PPS (From Internal GPS when locked to rec/play signal)
2 DIO 1 O Rec/Play (Rec=1,Play=0)
3 DIO 2 I Pause. Ground to Pause Rec/Rep 
4 DIO 3 I Extended Digital Input 1 (Replaces Second RF Channel) 
5 DIO 4 I Extended Digital Input 2 (Replaces Second RF Channel)
6 DIO 5 O Extended Digital Output 1 (Replaces Second RF Channel)
7 DIO 6 O Extended Digital Output 2 (Replaces Second RF Channel) 
8 DIO 7 O 16.368 MHz Clock Signal (Direct from Osc)
9 DIO 8 O 16.368 MHz Reference signal output (must be enabled in software)
10 ~ 18 GND   Signal Ground
19 DIO 9 O Reserved for factory test
20 DIO 10 O Record/Replay activity output. 0=Inactive / 1=Recording Active
21 DIO 11 O Trigger Output (Recorded Trigger Output during replay or pass-through of Trig In during record) 
22 Update I Connect to pin 14(GND) to Enable firmware update mode on power-on
23 - - Not used
24 - - Not used
25 V_PWR O Connected to PWR input (max 200 mA)
26 GND O  


Caution!

The Digital I/O connector uses 3.3 Volt logic levels. Connection of any of the IO signals to levels above 3.3 Volts will cause permanent damage to the internal logic. 

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