Controller Board for all RVR PTX xxUHT FM PLL & PTRL/RXRL-NV series STL's. NOS - TESTED & WORKING board! 2nd source made by ASPISYS.
RVR PTX xx UHT FM PLL & the PTRL/RXRL-NV series STL's. It replaces the old LED display controller.And allow you to set the STL's at any frequency band (NOTE: it might needs to retune the intenal circuitry accordingly to work far outside the previous frequency limits). Can be also installed at the PTX 30 UHT FM PLL's (or the 60W & 100W UHT models) and allows you to remotely the frequency, the RF ON/OFF, and from now on, the most important thing... You can set it at any level you wish without going to the transmitter site! Just use your smartphone while you are far away! (connection established thru the serial com port or with the use of an RS232 to LAN module, thru ethernet). It is a plug-in replacement board for the original controller for the RVR PTXxxUHT FM PLL, or the PTRL-NV (transmitter) & RXRL-NV (receiver) radio links (STL). It replaces the original controller boards e.
Damaged or upgrade which especially in the links they required a change of EEPROM to go to a new frequency range. With our board, no change is needed as it allows any frequency to be set. It is only dependent on the ability of the VCO / PLL to operate at the newly selected frequency.In case of modified links where they are moved from one band to another e. A 900MHz link modified for 1700MHz our board will always show the actual frequency of operation, which may be different from the frequency programmed in the PLL -- the board automatically compensates for the specified frequency offset, if any. You can set the receiver IF.
Firmware is upgrade-able via an RS232 connection. It will also allow remote management via an RS232 connected terminal -- which can also be bridged over Ethernet with additional hardware. If needed you can remote control the RF OUTPUT power of the FM PLL with some minor modifications (we will provide instructions upon request).We are located at Athens GREECE (yes the genuine ancient Greek Athens you may have heard from history lessons)! And for that reason it has also a cost higher than getting a similar unit from a state nearby of yours...
That is why it seems "high"!