Equipment information:

Cornell Dubilier Electronics CDE HAM II Antenna
Manufacturer:
Cornell Dubilier Electronics
Model: CDE HAM II
Date: 1976
Category: Radio, Communication
Group: Antenna
Description: Rotor System
Information:
                                    The Ham II Rotor System is designed to acmodate amateur
antennas with a maximum of 7.5 square feet of wind area. The
Ham if provides a full 360° range of rotation and a meter
scale read out for accurate position indication.

The Ham II Rotator is built along the general lines of the
original CDE Bell type rotors. The weight of the upper mast
and the antenna is carried directly in line with the lower
supporting mast. The motor, radial and thrust bearings,
electrically operated wedge brake, gear train; and
indicating sensor ore built into the elongated bell shaped
cost aluminium housing.

The Ham II wedge broke system is operated independent of the
clockwise and counterclockwise directional controls.
However, the directional controls will not function until
the brake is released.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Cornell Dubilier Electronics -- CDE HAM II -- User Manual
File name: CDE-9125-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 12
Size: 3.60 Mbytes (3779064 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision: G
Manual-ID/Number: 50931-00
Date: 01 December 1976
Quality: Scanned document, reading partly badly, partly not readable.
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