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Quantel Installation Manual
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WARNINGS: Indicate danger to life and limb if theindicated statements are ignored, or the indicated procedures are not performed correctly. Cautions: Indicate possible damage to (or misalignment of) the equipment if the indicated statements are ignored, or the indicated procedures are not performed correctly.
WARNING (WM 2) Service Personnel - Maintenance and Calibration within the equipment enclosure is only to be carried out bySERVICE PERSONNEL. (12/97)
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Installation Check List
• Check all packaging for any sign of shipping damage before it is unpacked. • Ensure that installation sites meets the requirements detailed in chapter 2 - “Preparation”. • Unpack boxes in a clear area close to the installation site and follow all lifting guidelines. • Keep all paper work and documentation in a safe place as it will be required later. •Assemble and rack mount the system in accordance with the guide lines in chapter 4 - “Racking”. • Interconnect the system’s units together using the cables provided (or cables meeting the required specifications detailed in the Technical Specification supplied) as detailed in chapter 5 - “Connection”. • Configure the Mainframe and Control Station Interface box for correct video line rate (525/625)as detailed in chapter 6 - “Start-up”. • Start-up the system for the first time as detailed in chapter 6 “Start-up” and check basic operation of pen/tablet/menu. • Load system configuration passwords (listed on the “Software Authorisation” form supplied with the system) as detailed in the Setup & Administration Guide (on CD-ROM) • Configure the system for correct operation as detailed in...