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Technical Manual
General System Information

Antenna Equipment GPS

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Version: 01.03 - 26.01.2005

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hopf Elektronik GmbH
Nottebohmstr. 41 • D-58511 Lüdenscheid • Tel.: +49 (0)2351 9386-86 • Fax: +49 (0)2351 9386-93 • Internet: http://www.hopf.com • E-Mail: info@hopf.com

com • E-Mail: info@hopf.: +49 (0)2351 9386-86 • Fax: +49 (0)2351 9386-93 • Internet: http://www. If there are reasons to believe that the operational safety can no longer be guaranteed the device must be taken out of service and labelled accordingly. then no claims may be made under the terms of the warranty and no liability will be assumed for any ensuing damage. If a device must be opened for repair. Care must be taken that all cable connections are laid and fixed in position correctly. The devices should only be operated with the voltage supply indicated on the identification label.V01. Safety of the device These devices has been manufactured in accordance with the latest technological standards and approved safety regulations These devices should only be put into operation by trained and qualified staff. SERVICE RELIABILITY Safety regulations The safety regulations and observance of the technical data serve to ensure trouble-free operation of these devices and protection of persons and material. this should only be carried out by employees with appropriate qualifications or by hopf Elektronik GmbH. It is therefore of utmost importance to observe and compliance with these regulations. The safety may be impaired when a device does not operate properly or if it is obviously damaged. The devices should only be operated by qualified staff or employees who have received specific instruction.com . If these are not complied with. Before a device is opened or a fuse is changed all power supplies must be disconnected. 4 / 34 GPS General System Information .03 hopf Elektronik GmbH Nottebohmstr.hopf. 41 • D-58511 Lüdenscheid • Tel.

...................................................................................................... 41 • D-58511 Lüdenscheid • Tel..................12 2...................................11 2...3....................................................................5 Dual Power Splitter (Operation of two Appliances on one Antenna) ..................1.....1 GPS Antenna .....8 2......................................................................14 2................................................................2...................................1 Rough Lightning Protection................2...... 8 2...............................3............................2 Mechanical Structure of the Antenna.......................... 8 2.. 15 GPS General System Information .......................... 9 2................1.......1 Electrostatic Field .1...........3 Installation ............................................................................... 13 2..............................................2 Antenna Cable. 11 2...............................: +49 (0)2351 9386-86 • Fax: +49 (0)2351 9386-93 • Internet: http://www....2............03 5 / 34 hopf Elektronik GmbH Nottebohmstr...........................................................................................hopf..com • E-Mail: info@hopf......................3..................3.....................................2.....5.......................... 12 2...................................................................3 Electromagnetic Radiation............................................5..................1 Installation ............................................................................................... 12 2........3 Lightning Protection Concept.....................................8 2...........................................3 Electrical Structure of the Antenna ............3.........4............................................................................................ 11 2...........................8 2.............................................4 Line Amplifier..............2 Causes of Overloading .......................................................1 Installation ........................................................13 2...................... 14 2..................................................................com ..............................11 2....................2 Outside Connection............................................................3............................. TABLE OF CONTENTS Contents Page 1 How GPS works ................. 11 2................................6 8x Power Splitter (Operation of eight Appliances on one Antenna)..............................................9 2...................................3 Cable Installation....................................................................................................2 Increase in the Earth Potential................................................................................ 11 2................................................................................ 14 3 Technical Data .....................................2 Fine Protection (in the hopf GPS receiver board) ...................................1 Cable Length and Cable Types ..................................................................3........2.........................................................................V01........10 2..........................3.............................................2.....................14 2..3....3 Lightning Protection........................................................9 2.3.12 2.......1 Where to install the antenna ...........2 Preparation of the cable .....3......1 General Information about Lightning Protection .................. 7 2 Accessories...................................

..... 20 4.......................11 A10 ..................... 28 4............Mounting Bracket for Antenna 4490G10 / 441800A ....Dimensions of Antenna 4490G11 / 441700A.....................Dimensions of Line Amplifier........................GPS Reception in 3D and Position Fixed Mode ...... 200m (656 ft) cable .........8 A07 .....16 A15 .....5 A04a ............................... 27 4.. 25m (82 ft) cable .com .......GPS antenna cabling for Power Splitter 4443 (Configuration 2) . 18 4.....GPS antenna cabling for max..............Dimensions of Lightning Protector........ 29 4..........................................6 A05 ........................................................GPS antenna cabling for max......................... 32 4...........13 A12 ..............................12 A11 . 17 4.................................................................15 A14 ..........2 A02 ........................... 17 4....................................7 A06 .com • E-Mail: info@hopf...Dimensions of Antenna 4490G10 / 441800A................GPS antenna cabling for Power Splitter 4443 (Configuration 1) .....V01.....GPS antenna cabling for max............................ 25 4..03 hopf Elektronik GmbH Nottebohmstr.....GPS antenna cabling for max.....18 A17 ............... 26 4................................17 A16 ........................ 41 • D-58511 Lüdenscheid • Tel........3 A03 ...................Assembly of low loss LSZH* cable ..... 30 4.............. 325m (1066 ft) cable .....................................Assembly of RG59 cable.................... 22 4.............. 21 4....... 23 4.........4 A04 ...........................: +49 (0)2351 9386-86 • Fax: +49 (0)2351 9386-93 • Internet: http://www..... TABLE OF CONTENTS 4 Appendix .....World Time Zone Map................ 33 4......9 A08 .................10 A09 ..................................................14 A13 ........................... 100m (328 ft) cable ....Method of Mounting for Outdoor Antennas GPS DCF77 .Dimensions of GPS Power Splitter....................................hopf........... 19 4......... 31 4....... 34 6 / 34 GPS General System Information ....................... 24 4..........Mounting of Antenna 4490G10 / 441800A .......................1 A01 ............

In the course of time this number was increased to 24 plus 3 in reserve to cover possible short- term breaks in coverage. The exact time can be calculated from these data and the position defined via the antenna. Four satellites are required for continuous time decoding. HOW GPS WORKS 1 How GPS works At a height of about 20. 41 • D-58511 Lüdenscheid • Tel. 2 The GPS world-time UTC is calculated by subtracting the leap seconds from the GPS world-time (GPS-UTC). The difference is not constant. The GPS antenna receives signals from all the satellites visible above the horizon and passes them on to the GPS receiver through a coaxial cable.23 MHz is derived from the frequency of the atomic clocks. The data of the frequency L1 may be decoded for civil purposes. 1 GPS = Global Positioning System 2 UTC = Universal Time Coordinated GPS General System Information . At present (JAN 1999) world-time lags 13 seconds behind GPS- UTC.42 MHz • transmission frequency L2 = 120 * basic frequency = 1227. • transmission frequency L1 = 154 * basic frequency = 1575.60 MHz Every satellite broadcasts by modulation all the important navigation and system data on these two carrier frequencies. but changes with every insertion of a leap second.V01. The two carrier frequencies L1 and L2 are produced from this basic frequency.: +49 (0)2351 9386-86 • Fax: +49 (0)2351 9386-93 • Internet: http://www. A basic frequency of 10.03 7 / 34 hopf Elektronik GmbH Nottebohmstr. Therefore 6 to 11 satellite are visible from any point on earth at all times. 1 The GPS system was developed on the basis of 18 satellites with 3 in reserve.000km satellites circle around the earth twice a day on 6 different orbits and angles (see picture below).com .hopf. On board each satellite there is a highly accurate atomic clock (accuracy at least 1 x -12 10 ).com • E-Mail: info@hopf.

fog and clouds as well as small objects. 41 • D-58511 Lüdenscheid • Tel. snow or other impurities from settling on the antenna. The casing cover is arched to prevent any rain water. It is provided via the antenna cable and is supplied by the BNC connector of the hopf GPS system.03 hopf Elektronik GmbH Nottebohmstr. 2. 8 / 34 GPS General System Information . e. Rain. The antenna cable also supplies the voltage to the pre-amplifier.1. for example. 2. ACCESSORIES 2 Accessories 2.1 GPS Antenna Due to the small signal level an outdoor installation of the antenna is recommended. The mechanical construction (see drawing A04 "Dimensions of Antenna 4490G10 / 4418A") consists of sturdy. reception cannot be improved by mechanical shaping as. anodized aluminium or aluminium die-casting and is designed to resist high winds. chimneys.1 Where to install the antenna Since the antenna is designed to receive data from all directions it must be non-directional. It is also possible to install the antenna behind a non- coated window.com .V01. In position fixed mode reception from only one satellite is necessary (see technical description of GPS system).com • E-Mail: info@hopf.2 Mechanical Structure of the Antenna The antenna is housed in a round weatherproof plastic casing. the longer the post-connected electronics remain radio-synchronous. Therefore the signal strength at the antenna input is -16 about 1 x 10 Watts and already below the generally permitted noise level. with parabolic antennas. Because of the high frequency there must be "visual contact" to the satellites. The antenna cable can be fed either through the base or through a slot on the side of the mounting flange.: +49 (0)2351 9386-86 • Fax: +49 (0)2351 9386-93 • Internet: http://www. No additional voltage supply is required to operate the antenna.hopf.1. allowing both wall and flat-roof installation of the antenna.g.1.3 Electrical Structure of the Antenna As the antenna is non-directional. The larger the visible section of the sky. Visual contact means that no solid or large objects (buildings) may block the view to the horizon (see drawing A06 "GPS Reception in 3D and Position Fixed Mode"). at a certain distance may impair the view minimally. The plastic housing can be installed horizontally as well as vertically to the mechanical parts (see drawing A03 "Mounting of Antenna 4490G10 / 4418A"). 2. An extremely low-noise pre-amplifier is placed behind the antenna in order to feed the signals to the electronics via an antenna cable. In the standard reception mode (3D) of the GPS system reception from at least 4 satellites is necessary.

ACCESSORIES 2. special attention must be paid to preparation of the cable.0 ft): Using hopf LSZH cable KA110109 The combination of different cable types within one antenna configuration is not possible.03 9 / 34 hopf Elektronik GmbH Nottebohmstr. 2.2. 41 • D-58511 Lüdenscheid • Tel. 325 m (A10) 6849: (1.0 ft) (A08) hopf low loss LSZH cable with one line-amplifier 6849: max.0 ft): Using standard cable ring KA4017 • Cable length over 25 m (82. The 1 BNC connectors ST001106 used for hopf GPS special cable KA110107 are also suitable for the new hopf low loss LSZH cable KA110109.com .hopf. Antenna cable length see Standard cable RG59. It can be lengthened by using a repeater.2 Preparation of the cable Because of the high frequency and the signals below the permitted noise level.V01. modules and cable lengths) clarification based on the required cable length is necessary. When antenna systems are ordered with cables prepared by hopf the whole system is factory-tested for reception. For preparation of the antenna cable by the customer refer to: A13-A14. For antenna systems deviating from the above-listed configurations (e.0 ft) (A07) hopf low loss LSZH cable without line-amplifier 6849: max.066. 1 LSZH: Low Smoke Zero Halogen GPS General System Information . At present two different types of cables are available allowing the following distances between antenna and electronics to be bridged: • Cable length up to max.: +49 (0)2351 9386-86 • Fax: +49 (0)2351 9386-93 • Internet: http://www. 75 m (A11) with power splitter 4443 (Configuration 1): hopf low loss LSZH Kabel without line-amplifier 6849 max. If the cables are not prepared correctly this could impair reception.2.0 ft) (A09) hopf low loss LSZH cable with two line-amplifiers max. 100 m (328.2 Antenna Cable 2. 200 m (656. supplied on a coil: max. 25 m (82.g.1 Cable Length and Cable Types The cable length is restricted because of the high frequency and the low signal strength. 25 m (82.0 ft) hopf low loss LSZH Kabel without line-amplifier 6849 max.com • E-Mail: info@hopf. 75 m (A12) with power splitter 4443 (Configuration 2): A maximum of two line amplifiers can be used. hopf low loss LSZH cable KA110109 replaces hopf GPS special cable KA110107.

control or power cables.com • E-Mail: info@hopf. The connections should be protected with plastic foil. 41 • D-58511 Lüdenscheid • Tel. To lay the cables this can be disconnected.03 hopf Elektronik GmbH Nottebohmstr. • The bending radius of the cable must not be less than 50 mm. The cable must not be installed in the vicinity of other HF-. The emitted radio interference from these cables may interfere with GPS reception because of the extremely low reception power. To do this the Allan screws on the antenna base are removed and the dish is lifted off.: +49 (0)2351 9386-86 • Fax: +49 (0)2351 9386-93 • Internet: http://www.2. ACCESSORIES 2. 10 / 34 GPS General System Information . • No section of the cable should be squeezed nor should the insulation coating be damaged The cable is fed through the antenna base and connected to the antenna via a coaxial connector.3 Cable Installation When laying the cable special attention must be paid to the following points: • The coaxial connectors should not be damaged or soiled.hopf.com .V01.

V01.3 Lightning Protection 2. 2. antenna cable) this results in the following forms of indirect interference or destructive influence. On unprotected devices connected to open lines (antenna. 41 • D-58511 Lüdenscheid • Tel. ACCESSORIES 2. The pulse current of several kiloamperes radiates a strong electromagnetic field.3.03 11 / 34 hopf Elektronik GmbH Nottebohmstr. 2.1 General Information about Lightning Protection When outdoor antennas are used high interference voltage or current pulses may occur in the antenna cable during thunderstorms.: +49 (0)2351 9386-86 • Fax: +49 (0)2351 9386-93 • Internet: http://www. GPS General System Information .2 Increase in the Earth Potential When lightning strikes into the ground this causes a sudden increase in the earth potential which depends on the power of the current and on the local specific resistance of the earth.2. 2.2 Causes of Overloading Buildings can be protected with the aid of the lightning conductor developed by Benjamin Franklin.3. however. protect the electronic devices inside from indirect consequences of lightning. Field changes take place suddenly creating high-frequency. A flash of lightning is simply an excessive short circuit of two lines with different potentials. To avoid severe damage and damage-related costs an indirect lightning protection should be installed between the outdoor antenna and the circuit board of the radio-controlled clock (see drawing A15 "Dimensions of Lightning Protector"). This though does not.com • E-Mail: info@hopf.2.1 Electrostatic Field The increase of the electrostatic field up to 50 kV/m can be caused by the vicinity of potential-loaded thunder clouds or by the static charging of the air.3.3. Then a current of 1000 to 100000 ampere circulates between the two layers of cloud or between the earth and the clouds. electromagnetic micro-pulses. 2.3 Electromagnetic Radiation The flash of lightning may be compared to an antenna of several kilometres length.com . This may result in damaging or destroying not only the directly connected radio-controlled clock system but also any other devices connected.hopf. This overloading is reduced undulatorily through the ground and this causes high voltage- potential differences in unprotected devices.2. This radiation induces high voltages and currents in "neighbouring" lines (1 to 2 km) which can also cause overloading in connected devices. When lightning occurs these two lines are usually two layers of cloud or one layer of cloud and the earth.3.

but devices can be protected against its destructive consequences.3. Because of the high frequency and the signals below the permitted noise level.3. has a dynamic operating voltage of < 700 V and conducts voltage. This is why the hopf lightning strategy is made up of a combination of rough and fine protection. Only trained personnel may install the lightning protection. It is important that the earth line of the connected device has the same earth connection point as the lightning protection. The antenna is connected to the "Antenna / Antenne" BNC connector. so that no destructive potential differences can arise. Earth wire: The earth wire may not exceed a maximum length (see also drawing A02 "Method of Mounting for Outdoor Antennas GPS / DCF77" in the appendix of this description).A10 in the appendix of this description).3. This combination also guarantees the potential separation of the antenna circuit to other electronics in conditions without interference.com • E-Mail: info@hopf. and an absorber power of 600 W at the input of the GPS receiver board keep the potential differences between antenna core and zero at a constant approximate ± 6 V until ignition of the double-chamber gas arrestor.1 Rough Lightning Protection The double-chamber gas arrestor.hopf. 2. When the problem is solved the device should return to its original specifications.V01. and the extended cable to the electronics on the connector marked "Receiver / Empfänger". including direct lightning protection of the building according to VDE and a lightning-protected voltage supply to the devices.: +49 (0)2351 9386-86 • Fax: +49 (0)2351 9386-93 • Internet: http://www.3. 2. 2. ACCESSORIES 2. 12 / 34 GPS General System Information .com . located in the lightning protection. To reduce overloading as quickly as possible it is necessary to short-circuit the lines. for safety reasons a maximum cable length must not be exceeded (see also drawings of cable configuration A07 . If no further devices (eg.2 Fine Protection (in the hopf GPS receiver board) Fast absorber diodes with a response time of < 1 nsec. the elements must be set up in strip-line sequence. 41 • D-58511 Lüdenscheid • Tel.3.3 Installation When hopf lightning protection is used it is assumed that at the location there is a comprehensive lightning protection concept.3.03 hopf Elektronik GmbH Nottebohmstr. out of the cable to the earth potential. when ignited.3 Lightning Protection Concept Overloading caused by the indirect effects of lightning cannot be avoided. power splitter) are installed between lightning protection and electronic with fine protection.

The signal is supplied to the connected hopf GPS system by the BNC connector "RECEIVER".03 13 / 34 hopf Elektronik GmbH Nottebohmstr. 2. The GPS antenna cable from the antenna is connected to the BNC connector "ANTENNA". It is therefore easy to fix the device to the wall.4 Line Amplifier For positioning and required quantity of line amplifiers see Appendix A09-A10.1 Installation The line amplifier (see drawing A16 "Dimensions of Line Amplifier") is integrated into an HF- proof housing with a base plate.2. The 6849 line amplifier is looped into the antenna cable. The integrated fine protection of the line amplifier enables installation before the lightning protection without any risk of destroying the line amplifier through overloading. GPS General System Information .com . 41 • D-58511 Lüdenscheid • Tel. To avoid destruction caused by overloading ensure that the line amplifier is not earthed.V01.hopf. The voltage supply of the line amplifier is provided via the antenna cable by the BNC connector of the hopf GPS system.com • E-Mail: info@hopf. ACCESSORIES 2.: +49 (0)2351 9386-86 • Fax: +49 (0)2351 9386-93 • Internet: http://www.1 Cable Length to find out for which lengths of cable it is necessary to use the 6849 line amplifier.4. Refer to chapter 2.

The power splitter also serves to decouple the external voltage supply on the internal conductor of the antenna. Take contact to us to get more information about this power splitter .V01.5 Dual Power Splitter (Operation of two Appliances on one Antenna) The passive Power Splitter 4443 is used to separate the antenna signal into two equally strong signals to minimize the loss while operating two hopf GPS systems on one antenna. The voltage supply of the power splitter is provided via the antenna cable and is supplied by the "GPS in" BNC connector of the hopf GPS system.5. The antenna is connected to the single BNC-connector called "Antenna in".2 Outside Connection It is also possible to connect a foreign GPS-system to a free splitter output. ACCESSORIES 2.1 Installation The Power Splitter (see drawing A17 "Dimensions of GPS Power Splitter") is mounted in a HF-proof housing with an insulated base plate. The integrated fine protection of the power splitter enables installation before the lightning protection without any risk of destroying the power splitter through overloading. 2. 2. A free output port should be closed with a HF resistor of 50 Ω.com • E-Mail: info@hopf. On the opposite side of the housing there are the two antenna outputs to the GPS systems. 2.6 8x Power Splitter (Operation of eight Appliances on one Antenna) Also an 8x power splitter is disposable by the hopf company.03 hopf Elektronik GmbH Nottebohmstr. The outside device must also be able to evaluate the original GPS signal in the L1 band.5. 41 • D-58511 Lüdenscheid • Tel. 14 / 34 GPS General System Information . The power splitter may not connected to earth to avoid damage by overvoltage.com .hopf.: +49 (0)2351 9386-86 • Fax: +49 (0)2351 9386-93 • Internet: http://www. Care must be taken that the external power supply of the alien device for the antenna lies within the permitted voltage range (refer to technical data). The unit can therefore be easily screwed to the wall near the GPS systems.

7V DC Temperature range: • Operation: -30° C to +85° C • Storage: -40° C to +85° C Humidity: 100% Protection class: IP65 Category of application outdoors 1 MTBF: > 500.8 kg Operating speed: < 1ns Current surge pulse 8/20 µs wave form: 10 kA Protection level at 6 kV 1.5 . protected 2 MTBF: > 10. 1 Equipment may be damaged by lightning .V01. 1. 41 • D-58511 Lüdenscheid • Tel. 2 Lightning protector excluded guarantee.5/50 µsec. TECHNICAL DATA 3 Technical Data Antenna 4490 Type of antenna: micro-strip-line with pre-amplifier Mean frequency: 1575. GPS General System Information .com • E-Mail: info@hopf. 3 dB Temperature range: • Operation: -20° C to +80° C • Storage: -40° C to +85° C Humidity: 95% not condensed Protection class: IP40 Category of Application indoors.com .03 15 / 34 hopf Elektronik GmbH Nottebohmstr.mentioned values are only theoretical values. We can therefore provide only a limited guarantee for these parts. wave < 12 V at input: Input impedance: 50 Ω Insertion loss: max.000 h Outdoor antennae and lightning protection can be destroyed by lightning.000 h Lightning Protection 4495 Housing: aluminium die-cast housing Dimensions of housing: 250 x 105 x 95 mm Input / output: BNC-connector Earth connection point: screw connection M6 Weight: approx.: +49 (0)2351 9386-86 • Fax: +49 (0)2351 9386-93 • Internet: http://www.hopf.42 MHz Band width: 10 MHz Angle of view: + 10° above the horizon Impedance: 50 Ohm Power amplification: 20 dB Voltage supply via the antenna cable: 4.000.

000 h Power Splitter 4443 Operating frequency: 1575 MHz Insertion loss (S21.8 kg with protection housing) Temperature range: • Operating: -20° C to +80° C • Storage: -40° C to +85° C Humidity: 95% not condensed Protection class: IP50 Category of application indoors.com • E-Mail: info@hopf. protected MTBF: > 10. 1 : 1. TECHNICAL DATA Line Amplifier 6849 Impedance: input / output 50 Ω Frequency range: 1575 MHz Band width: ± 50 MHz Power amplification: min.13 kg (1.S33): 20 . 41 • D-58511 Lüdenscheid • Tel.05 .000 h 16 / 34 GPS General System Information .000. 0.hopf.26 dB Output reflection attenuation (S22.com . 50 mA Temperature range: • Operating: -20° C to +80° C • Storage: -40° C to +85° C Humidity: 95% not condensed Protection class: IP50 Category of application: indoors.000.15 dB VSWR (input): min.: +49 (0)2351 9386-86 • Fax: +49 (0)2351 9386-93 • Internet: http://www.5 . 1 dB Input reflection damping (S11): 22 .26 dB Output insulation (S23): 23 .V01. S31): max.7V DC Weight: approx. 20 dB Voltage supply via the antenna cable: 4.03 hopf Elektronik GmbH Nottebohmstr. protected MTBF: > 10.17 dB External current: max.27 dB Amplitude stability (output): 0.0.

Add time zone number to UTC changes drawing number ZC01091101 page to obtain local time. World Time Zone Map (Addiere Zeitzonen-nr. Subtract time zone number from UTC Subtract time zone number from local time to obtain UTC. zu lokaler Zeit um UTC zu (Subtrahiere Zeitzonen-nr. (Difference Time to UTC) date 11. Addiere Zeitzonen-nr. Subtrahiere Zeitzonen-nr.01 System Universal Time Coordinated (UTC) name Vollmer post box 1847 formely (vormals) Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) check Elektronik GmbH . zu UTC um lokale Zeit zu erhalten). UTC (Nummer gibt die Standardzeit der Zone an wenn es 12 Uhr UTC ist) Sun Sun Sat Sun 01:00 02:00 03:00 04:00 05:00 06:00 07:00 08:00 09:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00 17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00 21:00 22:00 23:00 24:00 24:00 01 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 12 11 WEST EAST Add time zone number to local time to obtain UTC.09. von UTC um lokale Zeit zu erhalten. to obtain local time. World Time Zone Map (Difference Time to UTC) Unterteilung der Zeitzonen (Differenzzeit zu UTC) Number indicates standard time in zone when it is 12 noon.A01 - D-58468 Lüdenscheid fon: (02351) 938686 fax: (02351) 459590 date changes name size A4 .) zu erhalten. von lokaler Zeit um UTC erhalten.

A02 - D-58468 Lüdenscheid tel.8 ft) 4 mm² (0. Method of Mounting for Outdoor Antennas GPS / DCF77 Montagearten Außenantennen GPS / DCF77 4490G12 / 442000 4490G10 / 441800A pole mounting not included Mastbefestigung nicht im Lieferumfang enthalten 4490G11 / 441700A 4490G10 / 441800A cable entry Hauseinführung antenna cable 4490G10 / 441800A EARTH STRAP (braided): Erdleitung 10 mm² (0.0062 inch²) for max.0155 inch²) for max. d=10m (32.: +49 (0)2351 938686 fax: +49 (0)2351 938693 date changes name size A4 .05 System name tvo post box 1847 check Elektronik GmbH .5m (8.2 ft) changes drawing number 02247 page 1/1 Method of Mounting for Outdoor Antennas GPS / DCF77 date 20. d=2.05.

09. Das Rohr mit dem Antennenteller wird cross-head unmontiert geliefert. Mounting of Antenna 4490G10 / 441800A Montage Antennen 4490G10 / 441800A The tube with the antenna will be supplied unmountedly.05 Bezeichnung tvo check Elektronik GmbH .02 System name tvo post box 1847 20. flat roof Flachdach cross-head Kreuzkopf changes drawing number 02036a page Mounting of Antenna 4490G10 / 441800A vertical wall Senkrechte Hauswand date 24.05. The cross-head will be pluged according to mounting for wall or flat roof. Kreuzkopf Der Kreuzkopf wird je nach Motagebedarf für Hauswand oder Flachdach gesteckt.: +49 (0)2351 938686 fax: +49 (0)2351 938693 date changes name size A4 .A03 - D-58468 Lüdenscheid tel.

77”) 1) 2) .31”) changes drawing number 02030 page Dimension of Antenna 4490G10 / 441800A date 16.0 (3.02 System name Vollmer post box 1847 check .27") Material: 1) Aluminium Screw M8 for earth connection 2) Plastic / Kunststoff 1) (Schraube M8 für Erdleitung) 84.05”) Allen Screw M8 50.89”) 2) 52.6 (5. 40.0 (1.0 (11.A04 - D-58468 Lüdenscheid fon: (02351) 938686 All dimensions in mm (inch) date changes name size A4 Elektronik GmbH fax: (02351) 459590 .18") x 210 (8.0 (1.0 (1.57”) 1) 290. Dimensions of Antenna 4490G10 / 441800A Abmessungen Antennen 4490G10 / 441800A Ø 149.09.42”) Tube (Rohr) Ø 30 (1.97”) (Inbusschraube) 1) 45.0 (2.

0 Plastic Tube (Kunststoffrohr) Ø 30.18" (1.0 160.0 Ø 1.89") (2.66") 365.97") 50.0 Ø 1.0 45.: +49 (0)2351 938686 All dimensions in mm (inch) date changes name size A4 Elektronik GmbH fax: +49 (0)2351 938693 .0 (3.0 (6.0 (1.77") (1.0 (14.57") Screw M8 for earth cable (Schraube M8 für Erdleitung) changes drawing number 02225 page 1/1 Antenna 4490G11 / 441700A date 14. Dimensions of Antenna 4490G11 / 441700A Abmessungen Antennen 4490G11 / 441700A 469.49") 93.A04a - D-58468 Lüdenscheid tel.30") (1.18" (1.0 x 40.04 System name Vollmer post box 1847 check .0 (1.46") 149.77") Aluminium Tube 40.10.77") 45.57" x 1.57") (Aluminiumrohr) Ø 30.6 (5.0 (18.37") 365.0 (24.0 45.0 40.05") 52.37") Aluminium Square Pipe (Aluminium Vierkantrohr) (14.0 622.

59”) 50 (1. Mounting Bracket for Antenna 4490G10 / 441800A Montage des Antennensockels für Antennen 4490G10 / 441800A 10 (0.05 System name tvo post box 1847 check .97”) 84 (3.57”) 15 (0.A05 - D-58468 Lüdenscheid tel.: +49 (0)2351 938686 All dimensions in mm (inch) date changes name size A4 Elektronik GmbH fax: +49 (0)2351 938693 .33”) changes drawing number 02245 page Mounting Bracket for Antenna 4490G10 / 441800A date 19.05.39”) ¨ 40 (1.31”) 110 (4.

reception daily reception daily 3D: 70-80% 3D: 0% PF: 100% PF: 50% changes drawing number ZC01091301 page ° 10 GPS Reception in 3D and 10 ° Horizon Position Fixed Mode date 13.09. Genauere Informationen können der Technischen Beschreibung entnommen werden. GPS Reception in 3D and Position Fixed Mode GPS Empfang im 3D und im “Position Fixed” Modus 3D: 3D-Reception Mode (Standard) Reception of 4 satellites is required (position will be calculated) Empfang von mindestens 4 Satelliten notwendig (Position wird ermittelt) PF: Position Fixed Mode Reception of only 1 satellite is required (position won’t be calculated) Empfang von nur 1 Satelliten notwendig (Position wird nicht ermittelt) reception daily reception daily 3D: 95-98% 3D: 90-95% Detailed Information can be seen in technical PF: 100% PF: 100% description.A06 - D-58468 Lüdenscheid fon: (02351) 938686 fax: (02351) 459590 date changes name size A4 .01 System name Vollmer post box 1847 best of all check Elektronik GmbH .

d=10m (32.A07 - 58468 Lüdenscheid Tel. A Kabellängen auch für Antennenanlagen ohne Blitzschutz gültig X1 X2 ACHTUNG! C +Vin -Vin C Bei Betrieb ohne Blitzschutz Gefahr der Zerstörung der Elektronik +OC3 -OC3 durch Überspannung +OC2 -OC2 +OC1 -OC1 CLK DEF C1-C3 DCF-Sim ind.q.b.0155 inch²) for max. 25m (82 ft) cable antenna D with RG59 cable (KA110106) D 4490 Cable lengths are also applicable for aerial systems without lightning protection.8 ft) A. 25m (82. 1 2 3 4 GPS GPS antenna cabling for max.0062 inch²) for max.6 ft) 4 mm² (0.: 02351 / 938686 date changes name size A4 Fax: 02351 / 459590 1 2 3 4 . lightning B GPS-In protection hopf 4495 B B d * d changes drawing number ZA01091701 sheet EARTH STRAP (braided): A+B = max.b.09.2 ft) A date 17. d=2.5m (8.) Postfach 1847 check Elektronik E lektronik GmbH GmbH .01 system A ! name Vollmer * equipotential bonding bar (e.B = min. 25m 10 mm² (0.0 ft) cable configuration max. 2m ( 6. ATTENTION! Danger of destruction of electronics by overvoltage while operation GPS clock system without lightning protection.

B min.: 02351 / 938686 date changes name size A4 Fax: 02351 / 459590 1 2 3 4 . 100m 10 mm² (0. 100m (328 ft) cable antenna D with hopf low loss LSZH* cable (KA110109) D 4490 * low smoke zero halogen Cable lengths are also applicable for aerial systems without lightning protection.01 earth strap Gr Postfach 1847 check 06.0 ft) cable configuration max. 5m ( 16. d=10m (32.2 ft) A date 28.01 text Vo name Grauer * equipotential bonding bar (e.10.8 ft) A.b. Mai Elektronik E lektronik GmbH GmbH .5m (8.4 ft) 4 mm² (0.b.01 A.05.B = min.08. 100m (328. 1 2 3 4 GPS GPS antenna cabling for max.) 15.07.01 system A ! 15.0155 inch²) for max.q. d=2. lightning B GPS-In protection hopf 4495 B B d * d changes drawing number ZA01052831 sheet EARTH STRAP (braided): A+B = max. ATTENTION! Danger of destruction of electronics by overvoltage while operation GPS clock system without lightning protection.A08 - 58468 Lüdenscheid Tel.0062 inch²) for max. A Kabellängen auch für Antennenanlagen ohne Blitzschutz gültig X1 X2 ACHTUNG! C +Vin -Vin C Bei Betrieb ohne Blitzschutz Gefahr der Zerstörung der Elektronik +OC3 -OC3 durch Überspannung +OC2 -OC2 +OC1 -OC1 CLK DEF C1-C3 DCF-Sim ind.

200m A = min. ATTENTION! Danger of destruction of electronics by overvoltage while operation GPS clock system without lightning protection. 5m ( 16. Mai Elektronik E lektronik GmbH GmbH . d=10m (32.) 15.5m (8.01 earth strap Gr Postfach 1847 check 06.A09 - 58468 Lüdenscheid Tel.8 ft) cable configuration max. lightning C GPS-In amplifier protection hopf 4495 B 6849 B d * d changes drawing number ZA01052832 sheet A = max.08.01 B.01 text Vo name Grauer 15. 50m (164.4 ft) * equipotential bonding bar (e. 200m (656 ft) cable antenna D with hopf low loss LSZH* cable (KA110109) D 4490 * low smoke zero halogen Cable lengths are also applicable for aerial systems without lightning protection.0 ft) 4 mm² (0. 1 2 3 4 GPS GPS antenna cabling for max.0062 inch²) for max.q.07. A Kabellängen auch für Antennenanlagen ohne Blitzschutz gültig X1 X2 ACHTUNG! C +Vin -Vin C Bei Betrieb ohne Blitzschutz Gefahr der Zerstörung der Elektronik +OC3 -OC3 durch Überspannung +OC2 -OC2 +OC1 -OC1 CLK DEF C1-C3 DCF-Sim line B ind. d=2.0 ft) EARTH STRAP (braided): 10 mm² (0. 100m (328.C = min. C min.b.05.0155 inch²) for max.10. 100m (328.b.2 ft) date 28.0 ft) A B+C = max.: 02351 / 938686 date changes name size A4 Fax: 02351 / 459590 1 2 3 4 .01 system A ! B.

0 ft) * equipotential bonding bar (e.D = min. A Kabellängen auch für Antennenanlagen ohne Blitzschutz gültig X1 X2 ACHTUNG! C +Vin -Vin C Bei Betrieb ohne Blitzschutz Gefahr der Zerstörung der Elektronik +OC3 -OC3 durch Überspannung +OC2 -OC2 +OC1 -OC1 CLK DEF C1-C3 DCF-Sim line B line C ind.0155 inch²) for max. 50m (164. 100m (328.: 02351 / 938686 date changes name size A4 Fax: 02351 / 459590 1 2 3 4 .2 ft) date 28.01 earth strap Gr Postfach 1847 C. 100m (328.01 system A ! C+D = max.4 ft) check 06.5m (8.10. lightning D GPS-In amplifier amplifier protection hopf 4495 B 6849 6849 B d * d changes drawing number ZA01052833 sheet A = max. Mai Elektronik E lektronik GmbH GmbH .) 15. d=2.01 C.8 ft) cable configuration max. D min.07.b. 1 2 3 4 GPS GPS antenna cabling for max.08.b.05.0 ft) EARTH STRAP (braided): 10 mm² (0.0062 inch²) for max. 5m ( 16. 325m B = max. 125m (410.01 text Vo name Grauer 15.0 ft) A A.A10 - 58468 Lüdenscheid Tel. ATTENTION! Danger of destruction of electronics by overvoltage while operation GPS clock system without lightning protection.B = min. 325m (1066 ft) cable antenna D with hopf low loss LSZH* cable (KA110109) D 4490 * low smoke zero halogen Cable lengths are also applicable for aerial systems without lightning protection.0 ft) 4 mm² (0.q. d=10m (32.

: 02351 / 938686 Fax: 02351 / 459590 1 2 3 4 .C = min.q. 50m (164.0155 inch²) for max. d=2. 75m (246.08. d d DCF-Sim A Kabellängen auch für Antennenanlagen ohne Blitzschutz gültig C ACHTUNG! GPS-In C C Bei Betrieb ohne Blitzschutz Gefahr der Zerstörung der Elektronik durch Überspannung hopf Power Splitter GPS clock system hopf 4443 X1 X2 Ind.02 14.01 system A name Grauer * equipotential bonding bar (e. Lightning B +Vin -Vin Protection +OC3 +OC2 -OC3 -OC2 +OC1 -OC1 4495 CLK DEF C1-C3 DCF-Sim B B C GPS-In hopf d * d changes drawing number ZA01062636 sheet A = max.2 ft) date 26.B.8 ft) cable config.03.b. 5m ( 16.4 ft) 4 mm² (0.A11 - 58468 Lüdenscheid Tel. +OC1 -OC1 ATTENTION! CLK DEF C1-C3 Danger of destruction of electronics by overvoltage while operation * without lightning protection.01 date text min.01. 1 2 3 4 GPS antenna cabling for Power Splitter 4443 (Configuration 1) GPS antenna GPS clock system D with hopf low loss LSZH* cable (KA110109) D 4490 X1 X2 * low smoke zero halogen +Vin -Vin +OC3 -OC3 Cable lengths are also applicable for aerial systems without lightning +OC2 -OC2 protection.0 ft) EARTH STRAP (braided): A+B+C = max.0062 inch²) for max. d=10m (32.) 30.b. (1) for Power Splitter 4443 A A.5m (8.0 ft) 10 mm² (0. changes Vo Gr name check size A4  Elektronik E lektronik GmbH GmbH Postfach 1847 .

0 ft) 4 mm² (0. 75m (246. d=10m (32.02 system A A.0155 inch²) for max.01.4 ft) name Vollmer * equipotential bonding bar (e.b. (2) for Power Splitter 4443 A A+B+C = max. 5m ( 16. Lightning C ACHTUNG! GPS-In C Bei Betrieb ohne Blitzschutz Gefahr der Zerstörung der Elektronik Protection C durch Überspannung hopf 4495 d d B * GPS clock system Power Splitter X1 X2 hopf 4443 +Vin -Vin +OC3 -OC3 +OC2 -OC2 +OC1 -OC1 CLK DEF C1-C3 DCF-Sim B B B Ind. 25m ( 82. 50m (164.C = min.b.A12 - 58468 Lüdenscheid Tel.: 02351 / 938686 Fax: 02351 / 459590 1 2 3 4 . 1 2 3 4 GPS antenna cabling for Power Splitter 4443 (Configuration 2) GPS antenna GPS clock system D with hopf low loss LSZH* cable (KA110109) D 4490 X1 X2 * low smoke zero halogen +Vin -Vin +OC3 -OC3 Cable lengths are also applicable for aerial systems without lightning +OC2 -OC2 protection.B.0062 inch²) for max. d=2.0 ft) EARTH STRAP (braided): B+C = max. DCF-Sim A Kabellängen auch für Antennenanlagen ohne Blitzschutz gültig Ind.8 ft) cable config. +OC1 -OC1 ATTENTION! CLK DEF C1-C3 Danger of destruction of electronics by overvoltage while operation without lightning protection.0 ft) 10 mm² (0.2 ft) date 30.) date changes name check size A4  Elektronik E lektronik GmbH GmbH Postfach 1847 .5m (8.q. Lightning C GPS-In Protection hopf 4495 d d * changes drawing number ZA02013001 sheet A = max.

0 (0.0 (0.27”) d: 5.01 System name Vollmer post box 1847 check Elektronik GmbH .: KA110106) Assembly of RG59 cable (article no. Assembly of RG59 cable (article no.: ST001115) RG59 cable RG59 cable a: 6.: ST001103) BNC-plug with screw technique (article no.08.9 (0.5 (0.49”) d e: 10.39”) b e c c: 16.65”) RG59 cable RG59 cable crimping or soldering crimping or soldering crimpen oder löten crimpen oder löten socket Hülse RG59 cable RG59 cable max. Diameter of connector: 15 mm crimping RG59 cable changes drawing number ZC01083105 page Assembly of RG59 cable date 31.A13 - D-58468 Lüdenscheid fon: (02351) 938686 All dimensions in mm (inch) date changes name size A4 fax: (02351) 459590 .5 (0.20”) a b: 12.: KA110106) BNC-plug with crimping technique (article no.

Mounting insulator (3) and solder on contact pin (2). Diameter of connector: 18 mm solder löten Before mounting the housing. Vor dem Aufstecken des Gehäuses. max. Überstehendes Geflecht abschneiden. Scheibe (6) und Spannmutter (7) vor der Montage auf das Leitungsende schieben. 5 Cut of excess netting.: ST001106) insulator contact pin insulator socket gasket washer nut Isolierung Kontaktstift Isolierung Hülse Dichtung Scheibe Spannmutter (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Before mounting. Überstehende Folie mit Messer anritzen und entfernen. Dichtung (5). Isolierung (3) aufstecken und Kontaktstift (2) anlöten. Hülse zwischen Folie und Geflecht bis zum Anschlag einschieben.01 System name Vollmer post box 1847 check Elektronik GmbH . 9 Insulation unit for BNC plug Turn back netting 90°.09. Geflecht um 90° abwinkeln. Insulate the internal conductor. Dichtung (5) bis an die Hülse (4) schieben.: KA110109) BNC-plug with screw technique (article no. washer (6) and nut (7) onto the end of the cable. Assembly of hopf low loss LSZH* cable (article no. Insert the socket between foil and Abisoliermaß für BNC-Stecker netting up to the attempt. push gasket (5). changes drawing number ZC01090403 page Assembly of hopf low loss LSZH cable * low smoke zero halogen date 04. the gasket (5) must pushed up to to the socket (4).A14 - D-58468 Lüdenscheid fon: (02351) 938686 fax: (02351) 459590 date changes name size A4 . Use knife to carefully slit and remove excess foil. Innenleiter abisolieren.

13”) Antenna / Antenne Receiver / Empfänger M6 (BNC female) (BNC female) M6 5.95”) Dimensions of Indirect Lightning Protector (1.20”) Ø 6.57”) (1.5 52.A15 - D-58468 Lüdenscheid tel.0 (2.0 (0.57”) 40.05. Dimensions of Indirect Lightning Protector (article no.05 M6.24”) 23.0 40.84” ) 220. BNC tvo check Elektronik GmbH .12”) (0.66” ) 28.5 (1.07”) 105.33”) 8.0 (4.04 System name tvo post box 1847 19.0 (8.5 (3.0 (0.76”) changes drawing number 02208a page 1/1 75.93”) Aluminium 95.5 (2.0 (9.0 (0.: +49 (0)2351 938686 All dimensions in mm (inch) fax: +49 (0)2351 938693 date changes name size A4 .0 date 10.08.20”) 5.5 (0. for GPS: FG4495G0 / for DCF77: FG444100) Abmessungen indirekter Blitzschutz 250.

31”) RECEIVER (BNC female) Ø 4.: FG6849G0) Abmessungen Leitungsverstärker 19.09.5 (0.0 (0.0 (2.0 8.75”) 52.01 System name Vollmer post box 1847 check Elektronik GmbH .18”) plastic / Kunststoff 82.0 (3.31”) (0.A16 - D-58468 Lüdenscheid fon: (02351) 938686 All dimensions in mm (inch) date changes name size A4 fax: (02351) 459590 .18”) 42. Dimensions of Line Amplifier (article no.0 (0.05”) 30.0 (1.65”) ANTENNA (BNC female) changes drawing number ZC01090702 page Dimensions of Line Amplifier date 07.23”) 8.0 (1.

Dimensions of GPS Power Splitter (article no.: FG4443G00) Abmessungen GPS Power Splitter 19.0 (4.01 System name Vollmer post box 1847 check Elektronik GmbH .0 (3.31”) ANTENNA IN (BNC female) 48.21”) 8.0 (0.0 (0.89”) Ø 4.0 (0.03”) 30.75”) 77.18”) 24.5 (0.0 (1.09.18”) plastic / Kunststoff 107.A17 - D-58468 Lüdenscheid fon: (02351) 938686 All dimensions in mm (inch) date changes name size A4 fax: (02351) 459590 .0 (1.94”) OUT OUT (BNC female) (BNC female) changes drawing number ZC01090703 page Dimensions of GPS Power Splitter date 07.