Carefully lift the amplifier out of the packing material. Examine for visible damage. If the amplifier has been damaged in shipment, save box and packing material and notify the transportation company. Fill out and mail the equipment registration card. Check tuning controls and switches for freedom of action Check
the equipment included with the amplifier against table 1-1.
Lift the amplifier cabinet lid. Loosen the ten screws in the r-f compartment cover, slide it forward, and lift off. Remove the packing material around the tubes. Replace the cover and thighten screws. Lower the lid.
Shielded cables, 4 feet long. with phone plug on each end
RG-58C/U cable, 4 feet long, with phono plug on each end
A-c power plug adaptor
UG-21D/U coaxial plug
Number 6 Bristo wrench
Number 8 Bristo wrench
Coaxial plug (Aphenol type 82-835)
ALC and Antenna relay cables|
R-f input cable
R-f output connector
Right-angle cable plug
1.2 POWER TRANSFORMER CONNECTIONS.
The 30L-1 is shipped with transformer primary connected for 115 volts a-c. If 230 volt a-c operation is planned, the primary connections must be changed on terminal board TB1. Refer to figure 7-2. This board is located at the bottom of the power supply compartment. The a-c power cord is connected to this board. To obtain access, refer to paragraph 4.2.
DO NOT BLOCK INTERLOCK SWITCHES.
Interconnections with other station equipments are described in the following paragraphs. Assembly intructions for type N connectors, such as the UG-21D/U, are shown in figure 7-1.
1.3.1 TRAVELING STATION.
The 30L-1 is particularly applicable to traveling station use in conjunction with portable transceivers such as KWM-2/2A. Refer to figure 1-1. IN THIS SERVICE, MAKE SURE THE TRANSFORMER PRIMARY IS CONNEC TED FOR PROPER LINE VOLTAGE.
1.3.2 HOME STATION
Connect to KWM-2/2A, KWM-1, or S-Lin as shown in figures 1-2, 1-3, and 1-4.