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Preventative Maintenance Form British Council Please make sure to bring along all FSR-prerequisites listed in the addendum & you must call the TCC and logon site when you arrive +1519 370 2845 General Site Information (Must be completed during every preventative maintenance visit) Customer Contact Details and Address PMI TT number: Site Name: Site Address: Postal Code: City: Country: Point of Contact: Telephone: Email:                                                       Ground Operator Tec
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  Preventative MaintenanceForm British Council Please make sure to bring along all FSR-prerequisites listed in theaddendum & you must call the TCC and logon site when you arrive General Site Information (Must be completed during every preventative maintenance visit) Customer Contact Details and Address PMI TT number:Site Name:Site Address:Postal Code:City:Country:Point of Contact: Telephone:Email: Ground Operator Technician(s) on Site Company Ema  Technician Ema  Technician Ema D  Total Amount of Man Hours on Site: Hours Total amount of idle time ( waiting Hours Technical Site Details Used Satellite:Positio  ° East Used TXRX: Type of C band Ku band Type of 1.8m 2.4m 3.8m Type of Mount: NPM PM Wall Type BUCpower supply:AC mains  for 16/25/40/60wattBUC’s DC powered via TX cable for 4watt BUC’s   external PowerAdapter for 8watt BUC’s Last updated by: Peter WykesDate: 24-Aug-2011Version: 30 Page 1 of 8  Preventative MaintenanceForm British Council Installed Equipment on Site Please indicate in detail what equipment is installed on site. Complete this section after every  preventative maintenance visit. Also indicate non-Telesat equipment if relevant  . PartsTypeTag NumberSerial NumberRemarks / Software iDirectBUC:   If 8Watt BUCis usedNA NA NA   LNB:   Other:   Spare Equipment   Please indicate in detail where the spare equipment for this site is located. Complete this section after every preventative maintenance visit. Also indicate non-Telesat equipment if relevant. I s the spare equipment located on site  Yes No If answered with YES please provide the location:   Explain in detail the exact location of the spares I s the BC POC responsible for providing access to thespare equipment at all times?  Yes NoRecord name of site POC responsible for safe keeping of the spares  Spare Equipment   Please indicate in detail where the spare equipment for this site is located. Complete this section after every preventative maintenance visit. Also indicate non-Telesat equipment if relevant. Spare partsTypeTag NumberSerial NumberRemarks / Software iDirectBUC:   If 8Watt BUCis usedNA NA NA   LNB:   Other:   Last updated by: Peter WykesDate: 24-Aug-2011Version: 30 Page 2 of 8  Preventative MaintenanceForm British Council Spare BUC Was test of spare BUC successful?If unsuccessful pleaseexplain why.   Spare modem Was upgrade spare modem successful? Cross Pole & Compression point test  You will need to call the Telesat Technical Control Centre (TCC) @ +1 519 3702845Cross Pole test. 5. At what time did you callthe TCCGMT 6. Whom have you spoken toat the TCCFirst name: Last name:   7. Cross Pol Isolation: db1db Compression MAX Power: db Telesat Signoff Number: 8. Did the TCC ask you to change the polarizer? No 9. Did the TCC ask you to change elevation? No 10. Did the TCC ask you to change azimuth? No Last updated by: Peter WykesDate: 24-Aug-2011Version: 30 Page 3 of 8  Preventative MaintenanceForm British Council Indoor Unit (IDU) 11. Is the iDirect modem free of noticeable damage, e.g .,scratches, dents, or other physical defects?  Yes No If no, Pleasecomment: The modem serial number is: The modem ip address is: The modem admin password is: Comments: Your rx power level should be between -30 and -35 dBm. You can verify the level withthe SSAC or by logging on to the modem with HyperTerminal. The required command isRMTSTAT If the level is not correct please insert an attenuator between the receive port and receive cable and verify the level again.Now proceed with the underneath. 12. What is the rx power level dBm 13. How much attenuation (by using attenuators) is added ondBm 14. How much attenuation (by using attenuators) is added ondBm 15. What number is written on the Cisco router label (Sticker) 16. I s the room where the IDU is located Air Conditioned? 
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