(2) In 1600 baud mode it requires a balanced 600-ohm, type 3002,
unconditioned telephone line or equivalents, with a normal 16 dBm loss and
9" Interface. Conforms to EIA RS-232C (CCITT V.24) low input and output
interface and interface exchange.
1-12. LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION
OF MAJOR COMPONENTS
Major operating components (figs. 1-1 and 1-2) are removable from the top of V.29
modem. To gain access, it is necessary to raise top cover assembly by unfastening
two screw fasteners located on front of V.29 modem chassis behind the swing-down
Front panel swings down for access to diagnostic
controls and indicators.
Outer shell containing all components of the modem.
Two captive screws retaining the cover assembly.
Raises to provide access to circuit boards, strapping,
and voltage adjustments.
Provides ac electrical input to the modem assembly
115 Volt ac Power
using a removable power cord.
Power ground, common to ground position on ac power
Rocker type switch, controls ac power to V.29 modem.
Power ON/OFF Switch
V.29 Modem External Components (1 of 2)