Cobra 75WXST Operating instructions

Operating instructions for your
WX ST
COMPACT REMOTE MOUNT
CB RADIO WITH SOUNDTRACKER
COBRA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
6500 W. Cortland Street
Chicago, Illinois 60707
“Cuts Noise Coming In... Strengthens Signals Going Out”
www.cobra.com
Printed in China
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Cobra Electronics Corp.© 2012
Part no. 480-156-P-001
Version D
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INTRODUCTION
How to use your
WXST
CITIZENS BAND RADIO
WITH SOUNDTRACKER®
CONTENTS:
Introduction ......................................... 3
Features ............................................ 3
Technical Support and service ......... 3
Controls and Indicators ................. 4/5
Included with your 75WX ................... 6
Installation ........................................... 7
Connector Box Location .................. 7
Mounting Connector Box ................. 8
Microphone Hanger......................... 9
Antenna ......................................... 10
Speakers......................................... 11
Noise Interference.......................... 11
SoundTracker® System.................... 11
Operation .......................................... 12
Turning your CB On ....................... 12
Activating SoundTracker ................. 12
Testing SoundTracker ...................... 13
Setting the Squelch ......................... 14
Selecting a Channel ........................ 15
LCD Readout .................................. 16
Operation (continued)
Transmit / Receive .......................... 17
One Touch Channel 9 & 19 ........... 18
Key Lock ......................................... 18
Frequency Display ......................... 19
All Channel Scan ............................ 20
Weather Channel ........................... 21
Channel Saver ................................ 21
Memory Channels .......................... 22
Dual Watch .................................... 23
How your CB can serve you .............. 24
A few rules you should know ......... 24
Weather Channel Messages ............ 25
Channel 9 Emergency Messages .... 26
CB 10 Codes................................... 27
Frequency Ranges .............................. 28
Specifications ..................................... 29
Warranty Information ........................ 30
Optional Accessories ......................... 31
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INTRODUCTION
The Cobra 75WXST is the ultimate in handheld CB receivers, specially
designed with SoundTracker®, which practically eliminates annoying
static to deliver crisp, clear sound quality. The compact, state-of-theart design provides consistent, outstanding performance in almost all
conditions or situations. For ultimate satisfaction and performance from
your Cobra 75WXST, please review these operating instructions fully,
prior to use.
FEATURES
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SoundTracker System
40 CB Radio Channels
10 Weather Channels
One-touch Emergency Channel 9
Remote Mount Installation System
Full Featured LCD Display Panel
Squelch Control
Key Lock
Channel Saver Circuitry
Dual Watch Channel Monitor
Full Channel Scan
Four Memory Locations
10-Foot Flexible Cord
Quick Disconnect
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
For technical assistance, please call our Automated Help Desk
which can assist you by answering the most frequently asked
questions about Cobra products.
(773) 889-3087
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
A consumer Service Representative can be
reached through this number
8:00 am - 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday, Central Time.
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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
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CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
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SoundTracker® Key
Memory Key
Channel 9 / 19 Key / Memory Location 1 Key
LCD Display Panel
Dual Watch / Memory Location 2 Key
Scan / Memory Location 3 Key
CB-Weather Channel / Memory Location 4 Key
On / Off / Volume Control
Lock Key
Squelch Control
Channel Up
Channel Down
PTT (Push-To-Talk) Key
Microphone
Speaker
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INTRODUCTION
INSTALLATION
COMPONENTS INCLUDED
CONNECTOR BOX LOCATION
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LOCATION
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Mount your Cobra 75WXST Connector Box in a
convenient location, away from moisture and direct
sunlight, in a location that will not interfere with driving.
Cobra suggests mounting it either under the front seat or
on the fire wall.
UNDER THE FRONT
SEAT INSTALLATION
75WXST Transceiver
Connector Box
Operating instructions for your
WX ST
COMPACT REMOTE MOUNT
CB RADIO WITH SOUNDTRACKER
“Cuts Noise Coming In... Strengths Signals Going Out”
Installation Hardware
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FIRE WALL
INSTALLATION
NOTE: Don not mount under
the hood, near heat ducts
or in direct line of the car’s
heater.
Operating Manual
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
CONNECTOR BOX
MICROPHONE HANGER
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MOUNTING CONNECTOR BOX
INSTALLING
MICROPHONE
HANGER
1. Hold Cobra 75WXST Connector Box in
exact location desired for mounting.
1. Hold microphone hanger
in location desired for
mounting. Make certain that
nothing will interfere with
the hanger’s installation.
2. Using it as a template, mark the location
for the mounting screws (included).
NOTE: Make certain that nothing will
interfere with the installation of the
mounting screws, before drilling holes.
2. Mark the location for
the three mounting screws
(screws included).
3. Mount Connector Box as shown.
CONNECTING WIRES
3. Drill and mount
microphone hanger as
shown.
4. Connect the
antenna cable plug.
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5. Connect the
red wire marked
“BATT” (+) directly
to the positive side
of the battery or to a
connection on the fuse
box that is always on.
6. Connect the
black leader marked
“Ground” to the
negative side of the
car, usually the chassis.
Any other location with
good electrical contact
(paint removed) will
also work.
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INSTALLATION
CB ANTENNA
INSTALLATION
SPEAKERS/NOISE INTERFERENCE
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For the most reliable operation and
maximum range, Cobra recommends using
a vertically polarized, quarter–length whip
antenna (illustration 1).
Shorter, loaded-type whips are adequate
when maximum range is not required
(illustration 2).
NOTE: Mobile installations (cars, trucks,
boats, etc) should be made only with a
non-directional antenna system.
• A standard antenna connector (Type
SO-239) is provided on the Connector Box
for easy connection to a standard PL-259
cable termination.
1. Mount external speaker in desired location as shown
• Cobra antenna models are
recommended; see your local CB dealer or
order directly from Cobra. See order form
on page ??.
2. Plug into the back of the Connector Box
• For maximum efficiency in boat
installations, a ground plate is required,
unless the vessel has a steel hull. Consult
your CB dealer for information regarding
an adequate grounding system.
IGNITION NOISE INTERFERENCE
*The external speaker should have 4-8 ohms impedance and be able to
handle at least 4 watts.
The alternator and ignition system in your vehicle may limit your ability
to receive low signal levels.
Other noise interference can be the result of several different installation
variables. Consult your Cobra dealer or a 2-way radio technician to help
locate and correct the source of severe noise interference.
SOUNDTRACKER® SYSTEM
While previous systems only “blanked out” or limited noise in higher
sound frequencies, the revolutionary new SoundTracker® System actually
reduces noise while leaving the signal intact in the reception mode. In the
transmission mode, it actually strengthens the signal, providing you with a
significant reduction in noise.
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OPERATION
OPERATION
TURNING ON/ACTIVATING SOUNDTRACKER®
TESTING SOUNDTRACKER®
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TESTING SOUNDTRACKER®
TURNING YOUR CB ON
1. Rotate the power ON-OFF
Volume Control clockwise.
2. Open the Squelch Control
counterclockwise until noise is
heard.
SOUNDTRACKER
TM
SOUNDTRACKER
TM
SOUNDTRACKER
TM
3. Adjust volume to a
comfortable level.
1. Select any unused channel
on your CB
®
ACTIVATING SOUNDTRACKER
S
2. Open the squelch control
fully by turning the knob
counterclockwise until it stops.
OUNDTRACKER
TM
SOUNDTRACKER
TM
3. Turn the volume up
louder than your normal
listening level.
1. Depress the SoundTracker® key.
5. Depress the SoundTracker®
SOUNDTRACKER
key. Notice the significant
reduction in noise.
TM
2. ST will be displayed on the LCD readout.
SOUNDTRACKER
TM
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OPERATION
OPERATION
SETTING THE SQUELCH
SELECTING A CHANNEL
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SETTING THE SQUELCH
Think of your Squelch Control as a gate for incoming signals. If you turn
the Squelch Control fully clockwise, you effectively close the “gate”
and no signals will pass through. If you turn the Squelch control fully
counterclockwise, you open the gate and all signals come through.
SELECTING A CHANNEL
Channel UP
1. Change channels by pressing either the
channel s up or channel t down key .
To achieve the Desired Squelch
Setting (DSS):
Channel DOWN
1. Turn SoundTracker on
2. To quick-advance channels, press and
hold either key.
2. Turn the Squelch Control
(SQL) counterclockwise until
you hear nothing but static.
SOUNDTRACKER
TM
SOUNDTRACKER
TM
3. Slowly turn the Squelch
Control back clockwise, just
until the static stops. This is the
optimum receiving level, (DSS)
allowing only strong signals to
come through.
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SOUNDTRACKER
TM
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OPERATION
OPERATION
LCD READOUT
TRANSMIT/RECEIVE
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TO RECEIVE
1. Your 75WXST is
automatically in the
receive mode.
TO TRANSMIT
2. Press the Press-To-Talk
(PTT) key.
LCD DISPLAY
Your Cobra 75WXST CB is designed with a liquid crystal display that
indicates channel number, frequency and the operating mode.
2 digit channel display 5 digit
frequency display
F
= Function key indicator
ST
= SoundTracker® indicator
AM
= Amplitude Modulation
WX
= Weather Station
TX
= Transmit Indicator
RX
= Receive Indicator
LOW = Low Power Setting
M
= Memory Indicator
Memory Channel Number
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Scan
= Scan Indicator
DW
= Dual Watch Indicator
EMG
= Emergency Channel 9
SAVE
= Auto Battery Save
Indicator
LOCK
BATT
3. Hold the microphone
about 2 inches from
your mouth and speak
in a normal voice.
SOUNDTRACKER
TM
= Lock Key Indicator
= Battery Low Indicator
Signal Strength Meter
NOTE: To avoid damaging the
LCD display, do not subject your
CB radio to extreme temperatures
(below -5°F or above 140°F) for
extended periods of time.
4. Release the PTT
button and you will
automatically be in the
receive mode again.
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OPERATION
OPERATION
ONE TOUCH CHANNEL 9 AND 19/KEY LOCK
FREQUENCY DISPLAY
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EMERGENCY CHANNEL
9 OR INFORMATION
CHANNEL 19
1. To access emergency
channel 9, press Channel
9/19 key once.
2. To access information
channel 19, press Channel
9/19 key twice.
19
5 DIGIT
FREQUENCY DISPLAY
1. Push and hold Memory
key for approximately 3
seconds.
2. Display will change to the
5 digit frequency of the
channel selected.
3. Press again to return to the
original channel selected.
3. Push and hold Memory key
until display changes back.
KEY LOCK
1. Press Key Lock button
to prevent unintentional
channel changing; Press a
second time to deactivate.
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OPERATION
OPERATION
CHANNEL SCAN
WEATHER CHANNELS/CHANNEL SAVER
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WEATHER CHANNELS
ALL CHANNEL SCAN
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1. Press the CB/WX key.
1. Set Squelch Control (SQL) to
desired setting.
SOUNDTRACKER
TM
2. Press Scan key. When
activity is found on a channel
scanning will stop.
2. Press Up/Down Channel keys
to change stations.
3. Press the CB/WX key again to
resume normal CB operation.
3. Press any key to stop
scanning sequence.
NOTE. The 75WXST will
stop scanning and
monitor a channel
when it receives an
incoming transmission.
Five seconds after the
transmission stops, the
75WXST will resume
scanning.
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CHANNEL SAVER FEATURE
Automatically retains the last channel used when CB is turned off and
returns you to that channel when CB is turned back on.
To function, the “red wire” must be directly connected to either:
1. Positive (+) battery terminal.
2. Connection on the fuse box that is always on.
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OPERATION
OPERATION
MEMORY CHANNELS
DUAL WATCH
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SAVING CHANNELS IN
MEMORY
1. Select desired channel to store
in memory.
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DUAL WATCH
Allows you to simultaneously
monitor any two preselected
channels at one time.
1. Adjust squelch (SQL) setting.
SOUNDTRACKER
TM
2. Press and RELEASE the
Memory key.
2. Set CB to one of the stations
you wish to monitor.
3. Press and hold the desired
Memory Location key to lock
channel into memory.
3. Push and hold the DW key
until a beep is heard.
RETRIEVING CHANNELS
FROM MEMORY
1. Press and release the Memory
key.
2. Press and RELEASE the desired
Memory Location key.
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4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to select
the second channel you want
monitored.
The HH75WXST will monitor
both channels until it receives an
incoming message.
NOTE: Five seconds after the
transmission stops, it will
again scan and monitor
both channels.
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HOW YOUR CB CAN SERVE YOU
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Warn of traffic tie-ups ahead.
Provide weather and road information.
Provide help fast in event of emergency or breakdown.
Suggest good spots to eat and sleep.
Make long trips more interesting, and help keep you awake.
Provide direct contact with your office or home.
Make friends as you travel.
Provide “local information” to find your destination.
Communicate with friends and family during outdoor activities.
Help law enforcement officers by reporting drunk and reckless drivers.
A FEW RULES YOU SHOULD KNOW
1. You are not allowed to carry on a conversation with another station for
more than five minutes at a time without taking a one-minute break to
give others a chance to use the channel.
2. You are not allowed to blast others off the air by overpowering them
with illegally amplified transmitter power or illegally high antennas.
3. You can’t use the CB to promote illegal activities.
4. You are not allowed to use profanity.
5. You may not play music in your CB.
6. You may not use your CB to sell merchandise or professional service.
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WEATHER CHANNEL MESSAGES
You can receive up to the minute local area weather reports provided by
NOAA (National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration) 24 hours a day,
7 days a week. An agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA
warns of dangerous weather, charts our seas and skies, guides our use
and protection of ocean and coastal resources and conducts research to
improve our understanding and stewardship of the environment.
The National Weather Service operates about 380 stations. Approximately
90 percent of the Nation’s population is within listening range of a NOAA
Weather Radio broadcast.
A similar network of about 15 stations using the same frequencies
broadcast continuous weather information across much of southern
Canada.
If you have a question concerning NOAA Weather Radio or wish to
receive a listing of NOAA Weather Radio receiver locations, please
contact your nearest National Weather Service Office, or write to
National Weather Service (Attn: W/OM11), National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration, Silver Spring, MD. 20910.
Note: Some areas may not have a broadcast tower
within the transmission range of your 75WX.
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USE CHANNEL 9 FOR EMERGENCY ONLY
Operating Procedure for Emergency Communications
1. For EMERGENCY communications, set radio to Ch. 9. For nonemergency communications, select desired Channel by rotating the
CHANNEL UP/DOWN tuning knob until reaching the desired Channel.
Be sure the antenna is properly connected to the radio before transmitting. Prolonged transmitting without an antenna, or use of a poorly
matched antenna, could cause damage to the transmitter.
2. When asking for aid on Channel 9 it is suggested that you request a
REACT base to respond by saying “Break Channel 9 for a REACT base”
and provide the CB DISTRESS DATA (called “CLIP):
CALL SIGN-Identify yourself and vehicle.
LOCATION-Be exact.
INJURIES-Number. Type. Trapped?
PROBLEM- Give details and help required. Air CLIP repeatedly so any
monitor can aid you.
If you don’t receive a response on Ch. 9; try Ch.14 or 19.
FCC gives the following examples of permitted and prohibited types of
communications for use on Channel 9. These are guidelines and are not
intended to be all-inclusive.
Permitted
Example Message
Yes
“A tornado sighted six miles north of town.”
No
“This is observation post number 10. No tornado sighted.”
Yes
“I am out of gas on Interstate 95 at mile marker 121.”
No
“I am out of gas in my driveway.”
Yes
“There is a four-car collision at Exit 10 on the Beltway,
send police and ambulance.”
No
“Traffic is moving smoothly on the Beltway.”
Yes
“Base to Unit 1, the Weather Bureau has just issued a
thunderstorm warning. Bring the sailboat into port.”
No
“Attention all motorists. The Weather Bureau advises that
the snow tomorrow will accumulate 4 to 6 inches.”
Yes
“There is a fire in the building on the corner of 6th and
Main Streets.”
No
“This is Halloween patrol unit number 3. Everything is
quiet here.”
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CB 10-CODES
Citizens Band radio operators have largely adopted the “10-code” for
standard questions and answers. Its use permits faster communications
and better understanding in noisy areas. The following table lists some
of the more common codes and their meanings:
Code
Meaning
Code
10-1
10-2
10-3
10-4
10-5
10-6
10-7
10-8
10-9
10-10
Receiving poorly
Receiving well
Stop transmitting
OK, message received
Relay message
Busy, stand by
Out of service, leaving air
In service, subject to call
Repeat message
Transmission completed,
standing by
Talking too rapidly
Visitors present
Advise Weather/Road
conditions
Make pick up at
Urgent business
Anything for us?
Nothing for you, return to base
My location is
Call by telephone
Report in person to
Stand by
Completed last assignment
Can you contact
Disregard last information
I am moving to channel
Identify your station
Time is up for contact
Does not conform to FCC rules
I will give you a radio check
EMERGENCY TRAFFIC
Trouble at this station
Confidential information
Correct time is
10-37
10-38
10-39
10-41
10-42
10-43
10-44
10-45
10-11
10-12
10-13
10-16
10-17
10-18
10-19
10-20
10-21
10-22
10-23
10-24
10-25
10-26
10-27
10-28
10-29
10-30
10-32
10-33
10-34
10-35
10-36
Meaning
Wrecker needed at
Ambulance needed at
Your message delivered
Please turn to channel
Traffic accident at
Traffic Tie up at
I have a message for you
All units within range
please report
10-50 Break channel
10-60 What is next
message number?
10-62 Unable to copy,
use phone
10-63 Net directed to
10-64 Net clear
10-65 Awaiting your next
message/assignment
10-67 All units comply
10-70 Fire at
10-71 Proceed with transmission
in sequence
10-77 Negative contact
10-81 Reserve hotel room for
10-82 Reserve room for
10-84 My telephone number is
10-85 My address is
10-91 Talk closer to mike
10-93 Check my frequency on
this channel
10-94 Please give me a
long count
10-99 Mission completed, all
units secure
10-200 Police needed at
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75WXST SPECIFICATIONS
FREQUENCY RANGE
Your COBRA transceiver represents one of the most advanced AM
two-way radios used as a Class D station in the Citizens Radio Service.
This unit features advanced Phase Lock Loop (PLL) circuitry providing
complete coverage of all 40 CB channels and 10 weather channels as
shown below.
CB
Channel Freq.
Channel
in MHz
CB
Channel
Channel Freq.
in MHz
1
2
3
4
5
26.965
26.975
26.985
27.005
27.015
21
22
23
24
25
27.215
27.225
27.255
27.235
27.245
6
7
8
9
10
27.025
27.035
27.055
27.065
27.075
26
27
28
29
30
27.265
27.275
27.285
27.295
27.305
11
12
13
14
15
27.085
27.105
27.115
27.125
27.135
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32
33
34
35
27.315
27.325
27.335
27.345
27.355
16
17
18
19
20
27.155
27.165
27.175
27.185
27.205
36
37
38
39
40
27.365
27.375
27.385
27.395
27.405
Weather Weather Freq.
Channel
in MHz
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
162.550
162.400
162.475
162.425
162.450
162.500
162.525
161.650
161.775
163.275
GENERAL
CHANNELS
FREQUENCY RANGE
FREQUENCY TOLERANCE
FREQUENCY CONTROL
OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE
MICROPHONE
INPUT VOLTAGE
ANTENNA CONNECTOR
METER
WEIGHT
TRANSMITTER
POWER OUTPUT
MODULATION
FREQUENCY RESPONSE
OUTPUT IMPEDANCE
RECEIVER
CB
SENSITIVITY
IF FREQUENCY
AUDIO OUTPUT
FREQUENCY RESPONSE
2ND IF IMAGE REJECTION
ADJACENT CH. REJECTION
AUTOMATIC NOISE LIMITER
FREQUENCY CONTROL
WEATHER
SENSITIVITY
IF FREQUENCY
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is
subject to the following conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference
2. This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
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AUDIO OUTPUT
FREQUENCY RESPONSE
EMERGENCY ALERT TONE
CB - 40 CH
WEATHER - 10 CH
CB - 26.965 TO 27.405 MHZ
WEATHER - 161.650 TO 163.275 MHZ
0.005 %
PLL (PHASE LOCK LOOP) SYNTHESIZER
-30° C TO + 65° C
ELECTRET, PUSH-TO-TALK
12 VDC, EXTERNAL
S0-239
LCD DISPLAY, ICONS
1 lb.
3.5 W AT 9 VDC - HIGH, 1.0 W IN LOW
4.0 W AT 13.8 VDC - HIGH, 2.0 IN LOW
AM
300 - 3000 HZ AT -6 DB
50 OHMS, UNBALANCED
LESS THAN 1 uV FOR 10 DB S/N
DUAL CONVERSION
1 ST - 10.690 MHZ, 2ND - 455 KHZ
500 mW MAXIMUM AT 10 % DISTORTION
300 - 3000 HZ AT -6 DB
GREATER THAN 60 DB
50 DB MIN.
BUILT- IN.
PLL (PHASE LOCK LOOP)
LESS THAN 1 uV FOR 12 DB SINAD
DUAL CONVERSION
1st: -10.690 MHz
2nd: -455 KHz
MAXIMUM 500 mW AT 10 % DISTORTION
300 - 3000 HZ AT -6 DB
1050 HZ, TONE DECODER
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LIMITED TWO YEAR WARRANTY
COBRA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION warrants that its COBRA CB Radios, and
the component parts thereof, will be free of defects in workmanship and materials
for period of two (2) years from the date of first consumer purchase. This warranty may be enforced by the first consumer purchaser, provided that the product is
utilized within the U.S.A.
COBRA will, without charge, repair or replace, at its option, defective CB radios,
products or component parts upon delivery to the COBRA factory Service
Department, accompanied by proof of the date of first consumer purchase, such as
a duplicated copy of a sales receipt.
You must pay any initial shipping charges required to ship the product for warranty
service, but the return charges will be at Cobra’s expense, if the product is repaired
or replaced under warranty. For further details concerning procedures for obtaining
service, see the “If You Think You Need Service” section of the Owner’s Manual.
Exclusions: This limited warranty does not apply; 1) to any product damaged by
accident; 2) in the event of misuse or abuse of the product or as a result of unauthorized alterations or repairs; 3) if the serial number has been altered, defaced or
removed; 4) if the owner of the product resides outside the U.S.A.
All implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a
particular purpose are limited in duration to the length of this warranty.
COBRA shall not be liable for any incidental, consequential or other damages; including, without limitation, damages resulting from loss of use or cost of
installation.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts and/or
do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so
the above limitations may not apply to you.
COBRA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
6500 W. Cortland Street
Chicago, Illinois 60707
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Optional
Accessories
You can find accessories at
your local Cobra dealer, or in
the U.S.A. you can order
directly from Cobra.
Replacement
Microphone Bracket
Dynamic External Speaker
HG S100
For in vehicle use
741-080-9-001
Ordering From U.S.A.
Call 773-889-3087 for
pricing or visit www.cobra.
com.
For credit card orders
Complete and mail this order
form to:
Cobra Electronics
Attn: Accessories Department
6500 West Cortland Street
Chicago, IL 60707 USA.
Remote Connector Box
AC-701
Noise Canceling
External Speaker
HG S300
Or fax the completed form
to us at 773-622-2269.
You may also order by
phone by calling 773-8893087 (press 1 from the main
menu) 8:00 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. Central Time, Monday
through Friday.
To order online
please visit our website:
www.cobra.com
4 Foot Extension Cord
AC-702
Noise Canceling With
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Speaker
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