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OWNER'S MANUAL
GENERAL INFORMATION
This VOLVO CB Radio has been specifically designed for your Volvo.
Like your Volvo, it is a dependable high-quality uni!. If you want to get
the most out of it, you should follow these instructions carefully.
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F.C.C. REQUIREMENTS
IMPORTAN T
This transceiver is designed for use under FCC
Rules and Regulations, Vol. VI, Part 95. You are
prohibited from operating this transceiver until
you obtain your Citizens Band Class D License.
This license is obtained by filing Application
Form 505 (supplied with the unit) with the FCC.
If you are an individual, you may begin operating
your CB station right away with a Temporary Permit that you prepare yourself by filling out an
FCC Form 555-B (included with the unit) until you
receive your license. You are also required to
read and understand Part 95 Sub-part D (supplied
with the unit) of the FCC Rules and Regulations
and all licensees are required to maintain an upto-date copy of the rules.
Adjustments to the transmitter circuit of the
transceiver may be made only by, or under the
supervision of, a person holding a current commerciai first or second class radio operator license. Replacement or substitution of crystals or
other components must be made only with parts
supp lied by VOLVO OF AMERICA Corporation,
Rock leigh Industrial Park, Rockleigh. N.J. 07647.
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CONTROL FUNCTIONS:
1. SW ITCHIVOLUME CONTROL
The SwitchlVolume Controi operates conventionally; turn the knob clockwise to turn on and to
increase volume.
2. CB/ PA SWITCH
When this switch is in the " CB " position, you can
transmit and receive on the selected channel: In
this mode digital readout indicates the channe l
number.ln the " PA" position , the display changes
to " PA ", and your transceiver is converted to a
public address system using a " PA " speaker.
3. BUSY/ NORMALIVACANT SWITCH
This switch is used for AUTO SEARCH during CB
receiving mode. M SCAN, ALL SCAN, UP and DN
key is used for AUTO SEARCH. When this switch
is in the " B" or " V" position , AUTO SEARCH
stops at busy or at vacant channel respectively.
and starts again automatically about 10 seconds
after the channel turn to vacant or busy . If you
want to use the channel , you should push
"STOP" key. Signal strength that stops AUTO
SEARCH can be set by the Squelch ControI.
4. SQUELCH CONTROL
The Squelch Controi is used during CB receiving
mode to reduce excessive noise (such as high
line interference, ignition noise , etc.). TO OPERATE : Turn controi full y counterclockwise then
increase volume until noise or a si gnal is heard.
While only noise is present, turn Squelch Controi
clockwise until the noise disappears. Th e control is also used to set the leve l that stops AUTO
SEARCH. CONTROL MUST BE TURNED OFF
WHEN RECEIVING WEAK STATIONS.
5. PUSH TO TALK BUTTON
Push in " on" bulton to transmit and release to
receive when radio is set for CB operation. You
must also push the bulton to speak in PA operation. In transmit mode, you can not change the
channel.
6. CHANNEL LOCK/ NORMAL SWITCH
This key is used to prevent changing the channel
by mi stake. When the switch is in the " LOCK "
position, the channel cannot be changed.
7. CHANNEL UP KEY
This key advances the channel that the radio is
tuned to. If you keep on pushing the key, channels advance 8 channels per second.
8. CHANNEL DOWN KEY
Same as " CHANNEL UP " key but reverses the
channel advance.
9. EMERGENCY CH.9 KEY
You can set the radio to emergency channel
(CH.9) at once.
10. ALL SCAN KEY
This key is used to find busy or vacant channels
or to advance the channel without continuously
pushing an UP or DOWN key. When the key is
pushed, the channel is advanced 4 channels per
second in a continuous cycle. To stop scanning,
push "STOP" key.
11. MEMORY SCAN KEY
Same as "A LL SCAN KEY" but scan on ly 5 memory channels.
12. SCAN STOP KEY
Push to stop all sca n and memory scan.
13. MEMORY CALL KEY
This radio has 5 memories to store channel
numbers. This key selects one of the memories.
Depressing this key, the radio is set to one of the
channels that are stored in the memory. 5 memories are called in turn by pushing the key.
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14. MEMORY IN KEY
Press this key to store the channel which is being displayed in the m~mory. When the unit is
initially turned on , channel 1 is automatically
sto red in al l of the memories. (See General
Note 3 for permanent memory.) TO OPERATE:
You must select memory first by depressi ng the
" MEMORY CALL" key. Then you must set the
channel by using " UP ", " DOWN ", " CH9" , or
" ALL SCAN" and "STOP " key. Last push " MEMORV IN" key and the displayed channel is
stored. EXAMPLE : Assuming channels 1, 10, 20,
30 and 40 are stored in the memories respec tively . Dep re ssi ng " MEMORY CA LL" key, channel 1 is called from the memory and is displayed.
Again depressi ng the key, channel 10 is called.
Set the channel to 18 using "A LL SCAN " and
" STOP" key. Press the " MEMORY IN " key, channel 18 is now stored in the memory instead of
chan ne l 10. Push " MEMORY CALL" keyagain ,
channel 20 is called. Depressing " UP ·, and
" MEMORY IN " key, channel 21 is stored. Now
channels 1, 18, 21, 30 and 40 are stored in the
memories .
15. S/ RF METER
This unit is equipped with an easy-to-read dua l
funct io n LED array level meter. In the CB recepti on mode the meter indicates the level of incoming signals. In the transm ission mode, the
meter indicates relative power output.
16. CHANNEL INDICATOR LIGHT
This indicates the selected channel number in
the CB mode and indicates " PA" in the public
address mode.
17. RECE IVE INDICATOR LIGHT
Illuminates when receiving .
18. TRANSMIT INDICATOR LIGHT
Illuminates when transmitting.
19. BUSY/ NORMALIVACANT INDICATOR LIGHT
This ind icates " BUSY ", " NORMA L", " VACANT"
in acco rdance with BUSY I NORMAL/VACANT
switc h.
20. CHANNEL LOC K NOR MAL INDICATOR
LIGHT
This indicates " LOCK ", " NORMAL" in accordance witl1 CHANNEL LOCK switch.
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GENERAL NOTES
1. FUSE
Aspare fuse can be obtained from your VOLVO
dealer.
2. ANTENNA
Your VOLVO is equipped with a broadeast antenna which should not be utilized. However, a
high quaiity VOLVO CB antenna should be installed which, with proper care. will provide excellent mobile performance. This antenna has a
flexible mast which can be easily removed and
placed inside the ear when necessary (ear washes, long term parking , etc .).
Never operate the CB portion of the radio uniess
the antenna is in place and fully extended, as
operating the transmitter without a proper load
can cause serious damage.
For optimum transmitter performance the CB antenna mast should be completely vertical. The
angle of the antenna may be adjusted at the base
if it should become necessary. If the antenna
mast is bent or damaged it can and should be
replaced by obtaining a new mast from your
VOLVO dealer. If the mast is replaced . the tip
length must be adjusted alter installation on the
vehicle using a standing wave ratio (SWR) meter
to obtain optimum performance. Uniess the vehicle owner has the proper equipment and is familiar with this procedure, this operation should
be carried out by a VOLVO dealer or qualified
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radio shop. The VOLVO CB antenna (properly
adjusted) provides performance eq ual to or better than most CB antennas of sim ilar length because of its top loaded design. Only a full quarterwave whip antenna can be expected to provide a performance improvement but the owner
should carefully consider·the disadvantages such
as appearance and length before deciding on
such a substitution .
3. MEMORY BACK-UP
To prevent the m from being extinguished the
channels are stored in the memories. You should
connect memory-back-up power lead to fuse
position. By doing this, if the unit is turned off but
not disconnected , the memory will continue to
keep the channels that have been stored. The
unit will automatically return to the last channel
used, when the radio is turned on.
WARNING:
If you are going to leave for a long period of time,
you should disconnect the microphone to prevent draining the car's battery.
WARRANTY
Volvo Radios are warranted for 12 months from
the date of purchase and/ or installation. The warrant y covers the repair or exchange of any radio
component or material. If service becomes necessary , contact your nearest Volvo dealer.
SPECIFICATlONS :
GENERAL :
Gircuitry:
28 Silicon Transistors,
1 FET, 10 IGs
Frequency Gontrol : Phase-Lock-Loop
Frequency Synthesizing
System
Power Source:
DG 12 Volts
Microphone:
1 k ohm Electret Gondenser
Microphone
CB RECEI VER :
Receiving System:
Sensitivity :
Selectivity:
Dual Gonversion System
0.71N for 10 dB S/ N
More than 50 dB at
± 10 KHz
AGG Figure of Merit: More than 30 dB
Audio Output:
4 watts at 10 % distortion
Squelch Range:
1.0 ,u V to 300 ,liV
IF 1st:
10.695MHz
2nd:
455 KHz
CB TR ANSMITTER :
Modulation System:
RF Output Power (at 13.8 V)
Frequency Tolerance:
Spurious Emission :
Glass B
4 watts (FGG
Maximum)
± 0.005 %
-60 dB
SPACE REQUIREMENTS:
Height:
45 mm (1'1/' )
Width:
180 mm (7 ' /," )
Depth:
196 mm (7 3/ / ' )
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Radio Model No.
Serial No.
Purchase Date _________________________
Owner's Name _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ __ __ _ __ __ _ __ __
Address _ _ _ __ _ _ __ __ __ _ __ __ __ _ _ _ __
Zip Code _ _ _ _ __
City and State
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