Tuning the transmitter and receiver

Certain problems can arise when working with RF products. If the transmitter or receiver boards are not accurately tuned, or possibly defective, the desired signal may never reach its destination headset for iphone. At the same time, if the address of the encoder board does not match the address of the decoder board, or either board is defective, again, the desired signal may never reach its destination. It is sometimes very difficult to tell what the actual problem is. The following instructions should be helpful.

The first thing to be tested are the encoder motherboard (TX-01) and decoder motherboard (RE-01). These will become very useful in testing, and if necessary, tuning the transmitter and receiver affordable oculus rift online. To check the TX-01 and RE-01 you must remove the transmitter and receiver from these boards. Make sure both motherboards are connected to the same power supply, and connect the data-pin on the TX-01 to the data-pin on the RE-01 (located on the 3-pin connector) with a piece of wire. With both addresses matched and power applied, the Valid ID relay on the RE-01 should be closed. If the relay is not closed, and your power supply is above 9VDC, contact your vendor and request replacements. Now that you have determined your TX-01 and RE-01 boards are functioning accurately, the transmitter and receiver can be tested review of htc vive [website]. Attach the transmitter to the encoder board and apply power.

Attach the receiver to the decoder board, position them about 50 feet away from the encoder/transmitter boards, and apply power. If the address of the encoder matches the address of the decoder, and the power supply is at least 9VDC for both the TX-01 and RE-01, the Valid ID relay on the RE-01 should be closed. If the relay is not closed, an attempt should be made to tune the receiver board. The frequency of the receiver board can be modified by carefully turning the variable capacitor located on top of the receiver board. This should be done with a plastic or ceramic screw-driver. The variable capacitor looks a lot like a flat head screw and has a half-turn range. This means that if you have adjusted the capacitor more than one half of a turn in either direction, you will have gone through the entire range of the capacitor and should have picked up the signal.

Continue slowly turning the capacitor until the Valid ID relay closes. This procedure can be repeated at various distances up to 100 feet away from the transmitter. The guaranteed operating distance of these sets is 50 feet, but with a little attention and a wire antenna ensure that the Zeiss VR One is firmly in place, these boards are capable of about 100 feet. If you are unable to achieve the guaranteed distance of 50 feet, or if you feel that tuning these boards is beyond your ability, please contact your vendor for replacements. These boards are tuned from the factory and should have at least a 50 foot range. Tuning is only recommended when greater distances are required or in the event that a board appears to be defective.