SE060002 SE6/2 A-D
Data Interface Switch. The unit conveys logic selected PCM
data to a relay chaneover output with validity of output
indicated on front panel.
8 data channels each unit.
Logic and power .is provided by PSI/51. For use with PCM
stereo transmitter input equipment. Power requirements
24V. CH1/64J. Parent equipment PSI/51. TCPD 1982.
Datacast Switching Equipment. The Datacast Switching Unit
switches between main and backup Datacast Transmission
Equipments. V24 ports and video ports are switched under
manual control of a front panel switch. Power requirements
240 Vac. BBC Chassis Code 3 U BMM Panel PN3/58. RD 1986.
Master Power Switch. Master switch box, intended for use
in sound studio areas to switch mains and logally-generated
50V supplies. Differs from BX6/8 in that it has no 50V
indicator, but has an additional label to state source of
incoming mains supply and maximum loading of unit. SE6/1A
same as SE6/1 but for flush mounting only. BX6/8 was
original code. SCPD 1979.
Operational Master Switch. Master switch box intended for
use in sound studios, housing four pole 30 amp switch for
'A' Surface mounting with mains & 50V lamp indicators
'B' Surface mounting with mains lamp indicator only
'c' Surface mounting with mains & 50V lamp indicators
'D' Surface mounting with mains lamp indicator only
Supersedes BX6/8 and SE6/1. SCPD 1983.
Lamp Switching Equipment. A unit mounting 2 mains input
XLR-LNE fixed plugs and 2 XLR-LNE fixed sockets, for mains
and signal lamp drive, on its front panel. The unit houses
2 solid state relays mounted on a P.C.B. for switching the
mains lamps. The relays are driven by 5 V logic inputs.
THIS UNIT MAY BE USED ONLY IN EP5M/23, BEING PART OF NEWS
CONTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT, EP5 22. USE IN ANY OTHER EQUIPMENT
OR CONFIGURATION IS TOTALLY PROHIBITED. Power requirements
+5 V 300 mA. CH1/82A. Parent equipment EP5M/23. DD 1984.
Transmitter Control Switching Equipment. Control box with
remote key switching of two transmitters with lamp
indication of status. Diecast box 188 mm x 120 mm x
52 mm. TCPD 1985.