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Print out this label and post it to a place where it is seen by anyoneapproaching the future installation. Like from inside of theroof/attic door. If there is no single roof point of entry, put it at every entrypoint. If this is not possible or applicable, put the warning in a prominentplace next to Ronja. If the warning is going to be outside, make surethat the printer uses pigment that doesn't bleach with sunlight, and havethe paper laminated into a durable foil.Please note that the warning applies to the installation process aswell.RX and TX into headsMount the receiver and the transmitter each into one optical head.Press the tube from the side so that it widens temporarily in the slide space.Put on the M4 washers on the receiver and transmitter fastening bolts. Insertboth electronic boxes into the tubes and release them. Put on the slide coversand M4 nuts. Tighten slightly.Assembly overviewGet the notion what the holder and console assembly looks like. Thisexample picture is with Perpendicular console,but other consoles work the same way:Heads onto holdersMount both optical heads onto the holders using three M6 screws andthree M6 nuts that are attached to each optical head. Put their front caps'heating cables through the 10.5mm holes in the heels. WarningIf you are mounting on a chimney make sure the exhaust is notblocked - people have diedfrom that.Protecting the console from lightning - first stepIf Ronja is installed on a metal railing or mast which is already lightning protected, scrape off the paint from all points where the console will reston the railing or mast.ConsoleMount the console on the mounting support (wall, railing, chimneyetc.). Attach the holders withe the optical heads onto the console usingthe M10 bolts included in the console.Protecting the console from lightning - second stepIf Ronja is installed indoor, skip this box.If Ronja is installed on a metal railing or mast which is already properly lightning protected, skip this box.Connect the console to the lightning rod conductor of the house using the clamps and lightning conductor included with the console. If the console has 2non-touching pieces (railing or wall perpendicular console), connect both pieces to the lightning conductor. Before connecting the clamp to the console itself,scrape off paint at all places where the clamp will touch the console.Mount the console on the mounting support (wall, railing, chimney etc.). Cables into capsInsert signal cabling, power exchange cable, heating cabling and heatingexchange cable into the rear caps that come with RX and TX and tighten thendown at wire nuts. Connect internal connections to the wire nut:receiver, transmitter, and heating cable stubs.GroundingConnect power exchange's cable grounding clamp to console groundingor to a nearby lightning rod conductor or grounded roof tin. Check with a multimeter thatbetween receiver's and transmitter's M4 bolts protruding through the opticalhead and lightning conductor, there is less than 0.2 Ohm resistance.Signal CablingConnect the signal cabling into Twister2's\"SIGNAL\" connectors. ConnectingPlug the Twister2 into your PC or switch.Set both switches on Twister2 to proper positiondepending on if you have a PC or a switch. See the label on the Twister2for details.Power onTurn the PC or switch on.Plug the Inferno Power Source into Twister2 and into wall outlet.Heating cablingThe transmitteris shining at this moment. Connect the heatingcabling into heater transformer 2-terminal wire nut and plug thetransformer into wall socket.Retroreflector boardIf your track is so long you are going to use more than oneretroreflectors, attach these retroreflectors on a waterproof board. Place themso that the resulting shape has a low circumference.RetroreflectorsAttach retroreflector (or retroreflectors on a board, or a car warning triangle) on the receiver or as nearto the receiver as possible, roughly perpendicular to the track. If you are using car warning triangle and the car warning triangle is that type with just outline and hollow middle then slip the triangle over the receiver's opticalhead.A retroreflectoralways reflects exactly back from where the light comes. So a moderate tiltof the retroreflector from future track's axis doesn'tmatter.Number of retroreflectors required (those big red triangular with 16cm side)DistanceRetroreflectors450m1800mCar warning triangle9