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Offline bingo600

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Need info on a Bliley NV92A721 - 10Mhz OCXO
« on: April 10, 2014, 05:44:56 pm »
It has been pulled from an Austron unit.

The OCXO has the following printed on it (see pict):

Bliley
NV92A721
10Mhz
12512169
SN 006
9703

Any info would be appreciated , but the Pinout (and supply+efc specs) of the "round ocxo" plug is the most important part.

TIA
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Re: Need info on a Bliley NV92A721 - 10Mhz OCXO
« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2014, 06:00:15 pm »
Google is not turning up anything, so I would suggest emailling Bliley.
http://www.bliley.com/index_063.htm
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Re: Need info on a Bliley NV92A721 - 10Mhz OCXO
« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2014, 06:44:16 am »
Since you've got the board it was connected to, you should be able to reverse engineer the connections without too much trouble.

Serial number 006??  Obviously a big seller.  Maybe that's why it never made it to the Bliley web site.  The closest I could find is NV93.  I know that 'N' means it's an OCXO and 'V' means it has EFC.  I don't know if the numbers have any special significance.

I can't believe that Austron would use a chassis mount 9 pin tube socket and just stick wires on it like that.  Seems bizarre!

Ed
 

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Re: Need info on a Bliley NV92A721 - 10Mhz OCXO
« Reply #3 on: April 13, 2014, 02:43:14 pm »
Since you've got the board it was connected to, you should be able to reverse engineer the connections without too much trouble.

Serial number 006??  Obviously a big seller.  Maybe that's why it never made it to the Bliley web site.  The closest I could find is NV93.  I know that 'N' means it's an OCXO and 'V' means it has EFC.  I don't know if the numbers have any special significance.

I can't believe that Austron would use a chassis mount 9 pin tube socket and just stick wires on it like that.  Seems bizarre!

Ed
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I might end up doing that , trace the lines.
But i'd have to trace the power lines first , as the unit was defect upon receipt.
And the backplane/psu doesn't work.

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Re: Need info on a Bliley NV92A721 - 10Mhz OCXO
« Reply #4 on: April 17, 2014, 07:59:39 am »
Seems like i'll have to trace it.

The mails to info@.... are undeliverable  :-[

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