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User manual Airlink, model RAVEN X EV-DO X EV-DO

Manafacture: Airlink
File size: 5.07 mb
File name: Verizon_EVDO_RavenX_UserGuide.pdf
Language of manual:en
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manual abstract

Rx Div) on the back of the Raven X. Use of receive diversity for EV-DO is optional. Data transmission and reception will not be adversely affected if it is not used. Connecting Power Your Raven X can be used with either DC (available in most automobiles) or 110 AC (standard US wall power) with the appropriate power adapter (available from AirLink). The power cable positive lead should be connected to the battery or power source positive terminal. The power cable negative lead should be connected to the battery or power source negative terminal. Note: When using a DC power source (such as a car battery or solar cell), AirLink recommends placing a fuse (1-2 Amp) on the line close to the power source to protect your power source from possible surges due to shorts or other line issues. Connecting the Raven X to a computer or other device Your Raven X’s Ethernet port can be connected directly to a computer or other Ethernet device with either a cross-over cable or a straight-through cable. The Ethernet port on the Raven X is auto-sensing. The Ethernet port will also auto-detect the speed of the connecting device and communicate at 100baseTX or 10baseT. Your Raven X’s serial port can be connected directly to most computers or other devices using a standard straight through cable. If you have a DCE device, you will need a null modem or null modem cable. Note: The serial port on your cannot be used to connect to the Internet. Raven X Indicator Lights When your Raven X is connected to power and an antenna, there is a specific pattern to the lights to indicate its operation mode. FIGURE 2. Raven X indicator lights Network - Indicates a successful connection to the cellular network with an IP address given and a channel acquired. Signal - Light shows the strength of the signal and may be nearly solid (strong signal) or flashing (weaker signal). A slow flash indicates a very weak signal. Activity - Lights will flash as data is transferred to and from the Raven X on the remote network. Service - Indicates when the connection is EV-DO. Unlit indicates 1x. Power- Indicates the power adapter is connected and there is power getting to the modem. . The Reset button has two funtions. If it is quickly depressed and released, the modem will simply power cycle the internal hardware. If, however, the reset is depressed and held for several seconds (count 10 slowly), the ALEOS configuration settings will return to the factory defaults. Caution: If you reset the modem configuration using the reset button, you may need to reactivate your Raven X with Verizon. Light Patterns The LEDs on the front of the modem will respond in different patterns to indicate modem states. •Normal - Each LED, mentioned above, lit as applicable. •Start up - The LEDs will cycle from left to right. •Passthru - Network and Single LEDs will blink in tandem. The Activity LED will blink when transmitting or receiving data. •Configuration Reset - The LEDs will cycle left to right and then right to left 4 times. •Authenication Failure - The Network, Signal, and Activity LEDs blink every 2 seconds. •Data Retry - The Network, Signal, and Activity LEDs blink every 3 seconds. •SOS - The Network and Service LEDs will blink alternate to each other. Trouble Indicators (combined with any of the above) •Invalid MAC Address or Ethernet Initiation Fail - The Service LED will blink. Monitoring Power-In Voltage and Internal Temperature The current status of the power-in voltage and the internal (board) temperature, in Celsius, can be monitored in Wireless Ace. FIGURE 3. Wireless Ace: *POWERIN and *BOARDTEMP APPENDIX AModem Placement When decided on a location to install your Raven X, make sure the modem will be away from direct exposure to the elements (sun, rain, etc.). Excess cables can be bundled and tied with twist- ties or other appropriate binders, but the less the cable is wrapped and bound together, the better the modem will perform. Built in Mounting Tabs for Raven X The Raven X is equipped with mounting tabs so there is no need for a seperate bracket. #6 screws are recommended, though other solutions may be sufficient as well. FIGURE 1. Diagram of the Raven X bottom, showing the placement of the mounting holes FrontA radius: 0.14” (2.5mm) B radius: 0.075” (1.9mm) C to C: 0.565” (14mm) D to D: 0.315” (8mm) E to E: 0.132” (3.3mm) ABF to F: 0.315”(8mm) G to G: 2.145” (54.48mm) H to H: 1.895”(48.13mm) I to I: 0.565” (14.35mm) K to K: 0.665”(16.89mm) L to L: 0.257” (6.53mm) M to M: 5.385”(136.7mm) N to N: 4.615” (117mm) CDDECEFGHILMLMHKFIGK5.642”(143mm) (65mm) 2.5” NN Installing a Raven with an RTU The Raven can be installed in the same enclosure with an RTU and share the power supply. The power cable positive lead should be connected to the battery or power source positive terminal. The power cable negative lead should be connected to the battery or power source negative terminal. The Raven has an internal polysilicon circuit breaker that opens at 0.5 to 1.0 amps of cur...


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