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Date Posted by Category User IP

2011-12-03 (UTC)



Hamation Shack-LAN 32 bit relay driver

This is the Hamation Shack-LAN relay driver. This is the 32bit Ethernet based version in the 3X7X6 inch box. This one is in excellent electric and cosmetic condition.

The Relay Drivers contain 32 high-current FET output drivers and are ideal for controlling high-current relays and can be configured for up to 8 antennas per band and support up to 6 operating positions.

This can be extremely powerful,

For multi-multi operations with each station dedicated to one band, the Relay Drivers can be shared amongst the operating positions to select antennas on each band and for controlling antenna stacks. Each radio/band/antenna combination can be configured to activate any combination of the 32 outputs, making it ideal for switching stacks or 4-square arrays in addition to more traditional types antenna switching.

A separate configuration can be created for multi-multi, multi-two, SO2R, multiple SO2R, or Single Op.

Each configuration can be saved. Just load the configuration and go. You can change the operation of the station in minutes without moving antenna cables. All configuration data is stored in the Relay Driver itself and knows what each of the 6 radios set up are doing so it can work in concert with all the other Ethernet Shack-LAN devices (2X8, 2X10, band pass filters, and radio interfaces)

As with all Ethernet Shack-LAN products, configuring the Relay Interface unit can be done from within the miLog logging software or a stand-alone GUI based program "Station Master" ( Version 5.5 ).

The Ethernet Shack-LAN Relay Drivers provide can also interface your existing remote antenna switches, such as SixPaks, StackMaster, StackMatch, etc.

Have kept the firmware up to date and upgraded the GUI Interfaces.

Purchased new from Hamation in 2006. Will sell for $299 plus shipping & insurance. PayPal Preferred

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