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Tuner Genius power supply

Ned K1NJ
Ned K1NJ Member ✭✭
edited August 2020 in Tuner Genius XL

  What are the power requirements for the Tuner Genius?

    Ned,  K1NJ


  • Tom
    Tom Member ✭✭
    edited April 2020
    Hello Ned,
    While not completely sure, I think I saw a note somewhere that the turner will be powered by coax from PG.
    Looks as a neat solution
  • Ria
    Ria Member ✭✭✭
    edited November 2019
    TBD, but I wouldn't be surprised if it's 12V DC like pretty much every other accessory, including nearly every auto tuner ever made. 
  • Ned K1NJ
    Ned K1NJ Member ✭✭
    edited July 2017

          Thanks for replies.  I strongly suspect 12 Volts D.C., just not certain.  Probably fed via
    coax when the control-over-coax feature is added.  I'm planning on placing it at the antenna
    soon after testing, which would mean that I'd have to add a 12v. supply that I can shelter from the
    elements.  I have 115V A.C. at the antenna.  I also wonder about the weather proofing of
    the unit itself.  It has been said that it was designed with at-the-antenna placement in mind.
    But, weather proofing can be tricky.
          I guess my anticipation anxiety is bubbling up a bit.

                            Ned,  K1NJ

  • Steve K9ZW
    Steve K9ZW Member ✭✭✭
    edited July 2017
    @Ned. Most of the Genius lines use nominal 12v DC and along the way an injector was mention/shown to extend for remote locations. All of this may be subject to 4o3a's final revision and I'd not get too worried about planning it until we're shown a close to production prototype. All best and 73 Steve K9ZW
  • Ned K1NJ
    Ned K1NJ Member ✭✭
    edited July 2017

       Right you are, Steve.

                               Ned,  K1NJ

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