I work here at my lab with phone connection over the LiSpr80.
Plans a video that shows phone connection over the LiSpr80.
|It was new and unexpected
problems when phones were connected.
I got feedback issues when the telephones were connected.
It became important more correct adjustment of the modulators and volume control.
This equipment is not easy to use. It requires skilled communications people to get this to work,.
Here we see light modulator image in the sight.
This is what we see during the modulator adjustment.
On the underside of the optic device there is an adjustment button.
We adjust to the maximum signal.
three optics devices. Should show some pictures of these
Have received three LiSpr8080. They are collected by Jens Henrik Mo.
I will now try to build two working units.
The underside of the serial no. 217676 from 1940.
You also seen mounting mechanism for the stand.
The underside of the serial no. 197676 from 1938.
The underside of the serial no. 187856 from 1937.
This has a totally different fastening to tripod than the other units.
Close up of the tripod mount.
Absolutely amazing design. Super Accurate setting the height and angle. .
Here is the empty chassis ready to be built up with components.
Here are the specially designed lamp and light housing.
The accuracy of filament must be extremely accurate.
The light from the lamp reaches 5km.
|This is the advanced
The light from the bulb goes into the small hole to the right and
come out into the big hole on the right.
Lights out is modulated with the audio from the input signal.
The four electromagnets move the small prism.
OF THE LIGHT SENSOR
|When I would get LiSpr80
operative I found that all light detectors were defect.
I therefore had to mount a light transistor.
I drilled a hole and soldered it.
|To provide transistor proper
working condition I had to install some additional
It does not look quite good, but I should have the equipment operational quickly.
|1 Improved noise with 100uF
from the negative grid voltage (21) to gnd.
2 Node # 18 was converted to constant 12V with zener diode.
3 capacitors 47uF and 3.3uF from node # 18 to gnd.
4 Resistor on 27K supplies power to the transistor from node No. 18
5 Resistor on 100K and 82K supplies power to node no.18.
This is a tone generator I designed for the modulator calibration.
The cable is in the box when not in use and plugged into the microphone input.
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