Kai, I think there have been several Seren generators in the Neptune,
but as long as they are the same model the signals should be the same.
Have you got the manual from Seren? Are yours water cooled?
The adapter in the Neptune just adds current limiting resistors and
noise reducing capacitors on some of the signal lines.
You should be able to check the signals coming from the XSeries and see
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On 3/1/2017 17:31, Kai Rankenburg wrote:
> can anyone confirm that the RF generator in the XSeries2 is identical to the Neptune on (Seren ICP12000)? Does anyone know what that little converter does sitting at the analog input of the Neptune RF generator? Reason I am asking is that our XSeries generator stopped working and I have a spare Neptune one :o) It works, but the RF power seems to be always on now when connected to a dummy load. Maybe there is a fault in the input logic?
> Kai Rankenburg
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