FAQ: Programmable amplifiers
How can I modify a channel inserted into the programmable amplifier amplifier REVOLUTION HP series??
If You want to modify a channel in programming of the programmable filters amplifier REVOLUTION HP series You need to move the cursor on the channel to be change and then press the selection knob once. So You can change the channel and its conversion rotating the selection knob.
I inserted a wrong channel in the programmable amplifier REVOLUTION HP series and I want to remove it. How?
If you want to remove a channel from the programmable filters amplifier REVOLUTION HP series inputs, you need to select the channel you want to erase and press the selection knob for 3 seconds. The channel will be removed and can be replaced it with another one.
Doesn't matter if the channels are in numerical order and can also be insert them in random order.
Why I can't insert the channels I want in the inputs of the programmable amplifier REVOLUTION HP series?
When programming the channels on the VHF/UHF inputs of REVOLUTION HP series, it is important to note that selecting the first channel selected determines if the input you are programming will be VHF or UHF. This means that VHF and UHF channels can not be combined in the same input.
I don't receive anymore the signals very well. Why?
When the signals aren't received correctly at the output of the amplifier, it is necessary to check the quality of the antenna by using a measuring instrument.
If the quality of the signals received in the antenna is acceptable, it is necessary to check that the programmed channels on the inputs of the amplifier are the desired ones and, if necessary, you have to modifying the programming.
I checked that the signals received from the antenna connected to the input I'm looking at are of good quality, but at the output of the amplifier I don't get them well. Why?
First, you have to check that the amplifier isn't intermodulating (the maximum output level must be less than that specified on the product label). If the amplifier doesn't intermodulate, you must ensure that all antennas connected to the inputs are properly installed and functioning.
Then it's necessary to verify that the programmed channels on the other inputs of the amplifier are correctly received from the respective antennas, because if not the filters programmed on these channels could introduce noise and damage the signal quality also on the other inputs.