[time-nuts] Looking for operational details - Austron 2100F

Chuck Harris cfharris at erols.com
Sat Mar 26 23:06:13 EST 2005

Hi Carl,

My manual is currently on loan to Brooke, but when he is done with it,
it will have been scanned, etc.  I am pretty sure he will be making a copy

When the tracking light is flashing red/green, it usually means that your
reference has either dropped out for a bit, or is too far off frequency
to reliably track.  (both are the same thing, really.).

-Chuck Harris

Carl Walker wrote:
> I've got my 2100F up and running with the help of the basic operational 
> information on Tom's and Brooke's web pages, but I don't have a manual 
> to find out any of the finer details - like what it means when the 
> tracking light is flashing green and red, or what the allowable time 
> constants are, etc.
> Does anyone have a quick and dirty reference to these types of 
> operational details they could pass along?
> I'm also in the market for a manual, if anyone has one they would like 
> to part with (or allow copying of).
> Thanks,
> -Carl
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