Current version of detection stations have an built-in computer based on ARM architecture. Therefore, there is no other computer necessary for a station to operate.
You will only need another computer if you want to visualisee the data at other place than the one with a station (e.g. in a lecture room). In that case you mainly need a computer with a graphic performance corresponding to the planned quality of visualised output.
Before moving a station or disconnecting an antenna it is necessary to turn the station off and mainly to unplug the power supply. The station has one switch on a module with connected power supply. This switch has to be pressed. Then it is possible to disconnect antennae and further manipulate with the station.
After moving the station it has to be turned on again and wait several minutes until the blue LED on the station’s computer starts to flash again. If the LED does not flash even after several minutes, the file system on the station has been damaged.
Is the module’s switch switched correctly? Isn’t there a short-circuit somewhere?
If the power module’s LED flashes, it is probable that the overcorrect protection has been activated. So the module is either overloaded or there is short-circuit somewhere.
In case of 12V power supply (yellow marking) supplying the LNA, this situation is of special significance. Mostly it means that the input LNA’s transistor has been destroyed.
There may be several reasons for this and it is necessary to proceed systematically.
Most probably it is some kind of interference. You can try to find an answer in our interference gallery.