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-The onboard ​cable network is necessary for information exchange between on-board devices and the central computer ​and also for power supply of devices.+The on-board ​cable network is necessary for information exchange between on-board devices and the central computer, as well as for supplying ​power to these devices.
  
-Satellite ​subsystems have two redundant connectors for connection to the on-board network. Thus, the device connected to the on-board network is not only available for information exchange ​itself, but also provides the possibility of connecting through ​it a “daisy-chain network” of subsystems sequence.+The satellite ​subsystems have two redundant connectors for connection to the on-board network. Thus, the device connected to the on-board network is not only available for information exchange, but it also provides the possibility of connecting through a “daisy-chain network” of subsequent ​subsystems ​in the sequence.
  
-The information network is built on the bus architecture using serial RS-485 interfaces. It is important to note that power lines and information network are combined into one loop to ease the installation. Subsystems are connected via the DB-9F (female-ended) connector on the harness side and DB-9M (male-ended) connector on the device side. Since different arrangements of construction set elements are possible, the definition of the length of each loop, its configuration and eventually the production is defined by user.+The information network is built on the bus architecture using serial RS-485 interfaces. It is important to note that for ease of installation,​ the power lines and the information network are combined into one loop. Subsystems are connected via the DB-9F (female-ended) connector on the harness side and DB-9M (male-ended) connector on the device side. Since different arrangements of the construction set elements are possible, the definition of the length of each loop, its configurationand eventually the production is defined by the user. 
  
-A serial connection of all network devices ​using loop-type ​"​point-to-point"​ and the creation of branches using loops with more than two connectors ​are possible.+A serial connection of all network devices ​is possible by implementing a "​point-to-point" ​loop-type ​and creating ​branches using loops with more than two connectors. ​
  
-When crimping the stub, it is important to remember that installation ​directions of the connectors should match as shown in the illustrations below.+When crimping the stub, it is important to recall from the installation ​instructions that the connectors should match as shown in the illustrations below.
  
 **//Correct connection//​** **//Correct connection//​**
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-The existing connector pin assignment (the purpose of each contact) minimizes the possibility of damage to the equipment if user makes a wrong loop. However, it does not guarantee that the device can not be disabled in principle. We also note that user does not require special skills and tools to make and modify loops.+The existing connector pin assignment (the purpose of each contact) minimizes the possibility of damage to the equipment if the user makes a wrong loop. However, it does not guarantee that the device can not be disabled in principle. We also note that user does not require special skills and tools to make and modify loops.
  
 **Important notes** \\  **Important notes** \\ 
-It should be noticed ​that crimping ​connector on the cable, despite its simplicity ​requires accuracy. Before applying the clamping force it is necessary to press the latch lightlymake sure that conductors of the loop fall exactly between the contacts and only then finally snap the connector.+It should be noted that despite its simplicity, the crimped ​connector on the cable requires accuracy. Before applying the clamping forceit is necessary to press the latch lightly ​in order to make sure that the conductors of the loop fall exactly between the contacts and only then finally snap the connector.
  
 **//Correct crimping //** **//Correct crimping //**
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-It is forbidden to connect devices that are not intended to be used "​on-board"​ ("land" HF receiver and "land" telemetry receiver) ​and the on-board network equipment into one cable network. It is especially important to ensure that one cable network does not have a USB-RS485 ground segment connection cable and an on-board power supply system. Otherwise, the components of the construction set may be damaged.+It is forbidden to connect devices that are not intended to be used "​on-board"​ ("terrestrial" HF receiver and "terrestrial" telemetry receiver) ​with the on-board network equipment into one cable network. It is especially important to ensure that one cable network does not have a USB-RS485 ground segment connection cable and an on-board power supply system. Otherwise, the components of the construction set may be damaged.
  
-Male-ended from both ends cable for connecting a camera should not be longer than 40cm. More information in the article about [[camera_subsys|the camera]]+The cable with two male connectors that is used for connecting a camera should not be longer than 40 cm. More information ​can be found in the article about [[camera_subsys|the camera]]
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