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Antenna Support 1(6)
Antenna Support 1(6)

Installation of Antenna Support SXK 111 0278/1

Contents

Page

1 Introduction

2

2 Installation equipment

2

3 Installation

3

3.1 Alignment considerations

3

3.2 Mounting

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Antenna Support 2(6)

Antenna Support 2(6)

1 Introduction

This instruction describes how to install the antenna support SXK 111 0278/1.

The antenna support can be used for pipes with diameter 50 mm up to max 120 mm, and L-sections up to 80x80x8 mm.

The following details are included in the antenna support:

1
1

Support

2
2

Clamp (2 pcs)

3
3

Screw (4 pcs)

4
4

Nut (4 pcs)

5
5

Washer (4 pairs)

5 1 4 2 3 Figure 1. The antenna support.
5
1
4
2
3
Figure 1. The antenna support.

2 Installation equipment

Tool required for installation of the antenna support:

• 16/17 mm ring and open jaw wrench

Antenna Support 3(6)

Antenna Support 3(6)

3

Installation

3.1 Alignment Considerations

The antenna support can be adjusted ±15° in elevation and ±40° in azimuth.

• Before mounting of the antenna support, consider how the alignment parts shall be located. If necessary, change position of these parts, see figures below.

15º 15º
15º
15º

Figure 2. Elevation alignment.

Alternative location of elevation alignment part. (The side with the threaded holes shall be positioned closest to the mast.)

40º
40º

Figure 3. Azimuth alignment.

40º Alternative location of azimuth screw
40º
Alternative location
of azimuth screw
Antenna Support 4(6)

Antenna Support 4(6)

3.2

Mounting

• Mount the antenna support to the pipe (or L-section) using the clamps and screws as in figure 4.

Note: When mounting on pipes < ∆ 60 mm or on L-sections, turn the clamps
Note: When mounting on
pipes < ∆
60 mm or on
L-sections, turn the
clamps as in figure 3.
Torque 35 Nm ± 10%
Note: No nuts for
pipes > ∆ 100 mm
Figure 4. Mounting of antenna support.

• Position the antenna support so that the antenna will point along the radio link path, see figure 5.

• Make sure the screws protrude at least 5 mm and tighten the nuts using the 16/17 mm ring and open jaw wrench.

the nuts using the 16/17 mm ring and open jaw wrench. Figure 5. Positioning of the

Figure 5. Positioning of the antenna support with the antenna pointing along the radio link path.

Antenna Support 5(6)

Antenna Support 5(6)

• Before mounting of the antenna, fasten the screw and washer in the upper hole on the side of the antenna module.

• Hoist the antenna to the installation site using the hole(s) for hoisting.

• Position the screw on the antenna in the slit on the support and fasten the screw.

• Fasten the screw and washer in the lower hole on the side of the antenna.

• Lubricate the screws.

Slit and screw for upper hole

• Lubricate the screws. Slit and screw for upper hole Screw for lower hole Figure 6.

Screw for lower hole

Figure 6. Mounting of 0.3 m antenna.

Slit and screw for upper hole

Screw for lower hole

Figure 7. Mounting of 0.6 m antenna.

Holes for hoisting

Hole for hoisting

Antenna Support 6(6)

Antenna Support 6(6)

For detailed instructions on continued alignment, see MINI-LINK C Radio Module User's Manual.

• Mount the radio module, integrated or separate (section 3.8 in manual).

• Connect the cables (section 3.8 in manual).

• Set the frequency (section 3.9 in manual).

• Align the antenna using the azimuth and elevation screws (section 3.10 in manual).

Note: Once the alignment is made, the azimuth screw, the elevation locking screw and the clamp screws must not be touched. Exchanging radio module or antenna does not affect these screws.

Clamp screws Adjustment screw azimuth Locking screw Adjustment screw elevation
Clamp screws
Adjustment
screw azimuth
Locking screw
Adjustment screw elevation

Figure 8. The antenna support with radio and antenna mounted.