Operating instructions | Carson SA-430-17 Car Amplifier User Manual

Carson Manufacturing Co., Inc.
5451 North Rural Street
Indianapolis, IN 46220
Phone: (888) 577-6877 Fax: (317) 254-2667
www.carsonsirens.com
SA-430-17
REMOTE SIREN AMPLIFIER
WITH MECHANICAL TONE
RADIO
SIREN
STBY
MECH
WAIL
YELP
ON
PA
VOL
SA-430
POWER
PHASER
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
Carson is a trademark of Carson Manufacturing Company, Inc.
Sound Hazard - Sound level from siren speaker (>120dBA @ 10 feet) may cause hearing damage.
Do not operate siren without adequate hearing protection for you and anyone in immediate vicinity.
(Ref. OSHA 1910.95 for occupational noise exposure guidelines)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS ............................................................................................................. 2
SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................................................................... 3
NOTICE ..................................................................................................................................... 3
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................................ 4
INSTALLATION ......................................................................................................................... 5
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS....................................................................................................... 5
UNPACKING .......................................................................................................................... 5
OPTION SWITCHES.............................................................................................................. 6
MOUNTING – Amplifier.......................................................................................................... 7
MOUNTING – Control Head................................................................................................... 7
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS - Amplifier............................................................................. 8
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS – Control Head..................................................................... 8
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS CONTINUED........................................................................ 9
OPERATION............................................................................................................................ 10
GENERAL ............................................................................................................................ 10
SELECTOR SWITCH........................................................................................................... 10
MICROPHONE (PA Override).............................................................................................. 10
PA VOL ................................................................................................................................ 10
SIREN SWITCH ................................................................................................................... 11
AUXILIARY INPUT............................................................................................................... 11
HORN RING CYCLER 2 (HRC2) ........................................................................................ 11
RADIO VOLUME ADJUST ................................................................................................... 11
CUTOUT INPUT................................................................................................................... 11
SERVICE ................................................................................................................................. 12
PROBLEMS ......................................................................................................................... 12
PARTS and ACCESSORIES................................................................................................ 13
RETURN .............................................................................................................................. 14
LIMITED WARRANTY.......................................................................................................... 14
CONTROL HEAD INSTALLATION TEMPLATE ...................................................................... 15
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SPECIFICATIONS
Input Voltage
Input Current
11 - 16 VDC (negative ground)
8 AMPS (@14 VDC - single 100W speaker)
16 AMPS (@14 VDC - dual 100W speakers)
Standby Current
Less than 250 mA
Audio Frequency
200Hz - 10 kHz + 3db
Audio Distortion
Less than 3% (@1 kHz - single 100W speaker)
Audio Output
40 watts (@14 VDC - single 100W speaker)
Audio Input
400 ohms + 10%
Output Power
105 WATTS RMS MAX. (15 VDC - single 100W speaker)
180 WATTS RMS MAX. (15 VDC - dual 100W speakers)
Siren Frequency
700Hz - 1500Hz (Mechanical 700Hz – 1600Hz)
Two-Tone = 435Hz & 585Hz
Tones / Cycle Rates
Mech
Wail
Yelp
Phaser
Two-Tone
6 CPM
13 CPM
190 CPM
15 CPS
60 CPM
High Voltage
16 - 18 VDC will cause siren output to cease, resume at normal
Protection
Short Circuit Current 50 AMPS (supply circuit must be capable of supplying this)
Operating
Temperature
Controls
Connections
(10-Pin Conn)
Size
Weight
-15° F to +140°F
6-position rotary selector switch (Radio, Standby. Mechanical, Wail,
Yelp, and Phaser).
Momentary push-button Siren switch.
Front panel mounted PA volume control, Radio adjust on amplifier
Auxiliary input for positive or negative connection.
Cutout input connection programmable for positive or negative latching
cutout operation.
8-position DIP switch option selector.
(2) Positive, (2) Negative, (2) Speaker, (2) Radio, Control, Cutout
Control Head: 6-1/4" W x 2-7/8" H x 1" D
Amplifier: 8” L x 6-3/4” W x 2-1/8” H
5 LBS.
NOTICE
Due to continuous product improvements, we must reserve the right to change any specifications and
information, contained in this manual at any time without notice.
Carson Manufacturing Co., Inc. makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this manual, including, but not
limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
Carson Manufacturing Co., Inc. shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential
damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this manual.
See www.carsonsirens.com for latest information.
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The SA-430 Remote Siren Amplifier with Mechanical Tone is a premium unit designed for
single or dual 100W speaker use. The control head is only 1 inch deep and can be installed in
minimum clearance areas. Connection between the control head and amplifier is via a single
lead wire with common ground.
A 6-position rotary selector switch controls the primary operating modes of Radio, Standby,
Mechanical, Wail, Yelp, and Phaser. Two-Tone may optionally replace Phaser. A Siren pushbutton switch is provided for Manual control of the output tone or Horn override, depending on
the selector switch and option switch settings. An independent toggle switch controls power.
A hole is provided in the amplifier to adjust Radio volume.
Depending upon the version, the microphone may or may not be directly mounted to the
control head. Units with an “F” suffix have the microphone permanently mounted to the
faceplate. Units with an “FX” suffix are provided with an extension harness and connectors for
remote mounting of the microphone.
An auxiliary input is provided for connection to a positive or negative horn ring circuit or switch,
performing the same function as the Siren push-button. A latching siren cutout input is
provided for connection to a door switch, etc. to disable the siren when exiting the vehicle.
An 8-position DIP switch on the amplifier allows selection of various options: Two-Tone to
replace Phaser, Manual Mechanical, Manual Wail, and Horn Ring Cycler 2 (HRC2), which
allows cycling through Mechanical, Wail, Yelp, and Phaser by tapping the horn ring when the
selector switch is in the Standby position. The front panel is backlighted with LED's for night
visibility.
This durable unit utilizes short circuit, high voltage, and reverse polarity protection systems for
maximum service life over a wide temperature range.
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INSTALLATION
Proper installation of the unit is essential for years of safe, reliable operation. Please read all
instruction before installing the unit. Failure to follow these instructions can cause serious
damage to the unit or vehicle and may void warranties.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
For the safety of the installer, vehicle operator, passengers and the community please observe
the following safety precautions. Failure to follow all safety precautions and instructions
may result in property damage, injury or death.
Qualifications - The installer must have a firm knowledge of basic electricity, vehicle electrical
systems and emergency equipment.
Sound Hazard - Sound level from siren speaker (>120dBA @ 10 feet) may cause hearing damage.
Do not operate siren without adequate hearing protection for you and anyone in immediate vicinity.
(Ref. OSHA 1910.95 for occupational noise exposure guidelines)
Mounting - Mount the control head for easy access by the vehicle operator. DO NOT mount
in air bag deployment area. Assure clearances before drilling in vehicle.
Wiring - Use wiring capable of handling the current required. Make sure all connections are
tight. Route wiring to prevent wear, overheating and interference with air bag deployment.
Install and check all wiring before connection to vehicle battery.
Testing - Test all siren functions after installation to assure proper operation. Test vehicle
operation to assure no damage to vehicle.
Keep These Instructions - Keep these instructions in the vehicle or other safe place for future
reference. Advise the vehicle operator of the location.
UNPACKING
Inspect contents for shipping damage. If found alert carrier immediately.
Contact supplier immediately if any components are missing.
Contents should include the following items:
Complete Unit
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Item
Amplifier, Remote (SA-430-17F or FX)
Bracket, Microphone Clip with mounting screws (CP3633)
Connector, 10-P Terminal Block Plug for Amplifier (CP4833-10)
Cable Assembly for Control Head, 5-P (CP3040)
Control Head with attached Microphone (SA-430-17CH)
Control Head without Microphone (SA-430-17CHX)
Cable, Microphone Extension 18FT (CP3850)
Microphone, Detachable Noise Cancelling (ES00028-10)
Instruction Manual (CP5010 This Manual)
-17F
X
X
X
X
X
X
-17FX
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Amplifier Only
Qty
1
1
1
Item
Amplifier, Remote Only (SA-430-17AMP)
Connector, 10-P Terminal Block Plug for Amplifier (CP4833-10)
Instruction Manual (CP5010 This Manual)
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OPTION SWITCHES
An 8-position DIP switch on the remote amplifier may be changed to select various options.
Option Switches
On Remote Amp
ON
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Option Switches
Default Setting (Shown) all OFF (UP)
SW-1 Two-Tone - Turn this switch on to replace Phaser tone with Two-Tone.
SW-2 Mechanical Override - Pressing the Siren push-button normally produces Horn tone
while the rotary function switch is in Mechanical. Turn this switch on to manually override
Mechanical tone instead.
SW-3
SW-4
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
Siren push-button and Auxiliary Input Function
with Rotary Selector Switch in Standby
(Default) Produces Horn tone while pressed.
Manual control of Mechanical tone.
Also Mechanical tone continues to fall when Rotary
Selector Switch is changed from Mechanical position.
Manual control of Wail tone.
Activates Horn Ring Cycler 2 (HRC2) function.
SW-6 and SW-7 Cutout Input Polarity - The cutout input is normally activated by
connecting to positive. To activate by connecting to negative turn SW-6 and SW-7 on.
SW-5 and SW-8 - Not Used… Leave Off.
Horn Ring Cycler 2 (HRC2) - Turn on DIP SW-3 and SW-4 to enable this feature. Also
connect the auxiliary input to the horn ring or other switch. While the siren is in standby, tap the
horn ring to bring the unit out of standby into Mechanical tone. Repeatedly tapping the horn
ring will cycle through Mechanical, Wail, Yelp, and Phaser tones. Tapping the horn ring twice
quickly will stop the siren tones and return the unit to standby. Pressing and holding the horn
ring will produce Horn tone until released. Then the siren will return to its previous siren tone or
standby.
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MOUNTING – Amplifier
Select a location for the amplifier in an area such as the driver compartment firewall, under a
seat, etc. Mounting the amplifier in the engine compartment or in an area directly exposed to
weather is not recommended. Assure adequate ventilation to prevent overheating. Allow
clearance for wiring and radio adjustment. Inspect behind mounting area for clearance. Mark
the location of the mounting holes to be drilled.
Drill 4 holes (up to 1/4" diameter) to mount the amplifier to the vehicle. Install the terminal
block plug and make all electrical connections before final mounting (See ELECTRICAL
CONNECTIONS – Amplifier). The plug is secured with the two locking screws. Then mount
the amplifier to the vehicle using appropriate hardware (not supplied).
MOUNTING – Control Head
Select a mounting location in an area such as the dash or overhead console. Choose a
mounting location convenient to the operator and away from any air bag deployment areas.
Inspect behind mounting area for clearance. Allow 1¾” of depth to accommodate the control
head and cable(s). Consider wire routing and access to connections, as well as microphone
bracket placement.
Use template (back page) for marking hole and cutout locations. Connect control head cable
to back of unit and route leads through cutout. Make all electrical connections (See
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS – Control Head), and then use #6 screws for mounting the
control head (not supplied).
MOUNTING - Microphone Extension Harness (“FX” model only)
Select a mounting location for the
Control Head – Rear View
microphone connector, verifying adequate
cable length.
Allow 1-3/4" clearance
Microphone
behind connector to prevent sharp bends in
Extension
the harness. Drill or punch a 5/8" diameter
Cable
hole for mounting. Remove mounting nut
and washer from connector. Insert the
connector into the hole and secure it using
a 3/4" socket to tighten the nut. Connect
harness to the control head as shown prior
to final installation of head.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS - Amplifier
Electrical connections to the amplifier are made using a terminal block plug located on the
amplifier. A label on the unit identifies each terminal function. You should install the plug on
the unit before wiring. If the unit needs service the plug can be easily removed without
unwiring. The power supply of the unit must be capable of delivering peak currents up to 50
amps for adequate short circuit protection and reliable operation. The preferred source is
directly at the vehicle battery. The amplifier is fused near connector.
Attach leads by stripping 3/8", inserting into connector and clamp by tightening screw. Make
sure the screw is tight and the wire can't be pulled out.
Failure to adequately tighten the screw can result in improper operation or burning the
connector and wire.
Wire Size and Termination - The diagram shows the minimum wire size used for each
connection, along with recommended lead color. If the wire is longer than 10 ft. use the next
larger wire size. The power lead pairs can be extended with single #10 AWG lead wire. Use
only high quality crimp connectors for installation on the vehicle.
Optional Radio Input Connection - Connect one lead to each terminal of the radio speaker
or output connector. The input is isolated and polarity is not important. May need to set
RADIO VOLUME ADJUST on side of amplifier.
Optional Cutout Input Connection - The Cutout Input turns off any siren tone output when
activated, and remains off until a control is activated or changed. May need to set polarity.
See OPTION SWITCHES section for programming details.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS – Control Head
All control head leads can be extended with #22 AWG or larger lead wire.
Black: Negative - Connect to same ground or negative supply as amplifier.
Red: Positive - May be connected to +VDC supply. It is recommended that the lead be
connected to the accessory output of the fuse block. This provides additional protection of a
fused input to the control head.
Yellow: Lights - This lead may be connected to the dash lights or to the red power lead.
Connecting to the dash lights will turn on the panel lights whenever the dash lights are on.
When connected to the red lead, make sure that the ignition switch controls the power to that
connection. This prevents the panel lights from being continuously on.
White: Control - Connect white leads from amplifier and control head. Route this lead away
from the transmitter antenna lead to prevent R.F. interference being fed to the siren amplifier.
Green: Auxiliary Input - Used for Siren control. Performs same function as Siren button.
Connect to a normally open switch or to horn ring circuit. Circuit may connect to either positive
or negative. When connected to horn ring circuit, use a SPDT switch to connect horn ring to
either vehicle horn or to manual control circuit.
NOTE: Permanent disconnection of the vehicle horn is NOT recommended.
NOTE: Be sure to cut lead short if not used and insulate with electrical tape.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS CONTINUED
Momentary
SPST
Switch
Auxiliary Input
Connection
Examples
Aux input is
activated with
+VDC AND -VDC
HORN RLY
+VDC
or
-VDC
Connect to
output jack, terminals
or speaker of radio
To
AUX
Vehicle
Horn
(AUX) Auxiliary Input
Control Head Cable may be
extended with #22AWG Wire
Green Wire
Yellow Wire
White Wire
Black Wire
Red Wire
Horn
Circuit
Control Head
Cable (CP3040)
#22 AWG BLU (2 LEADS)
RADIO
or
To
AUX
+
-
+
-
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Optional
Microphone
Extension
Cable
#14 AWG RED
(2 LEADS)
+
#14 AWG BLK
(2 LEADS)
10-P Terminal Block Plug
(CP4833-10)
BAT
-
Plug installed
this orientation
Plug into unit first for
terminal identification
SPKRÆ
SPKRÆ
POSÆ
POSÆ
RADÆ
RADÆ
CTRLÆ
CUTÆ
NEGÆ
NEGÆ
20A Automotive Type Fuse
Note:
Vehicle horn will also
sound with siren
#22 AWG WHT
To Control Head White Wire
#16 AWG BRN
(2 LEADS)
Plug secured with mounting screws
May need to
add diode
(10mA current)
Control Head
Rear View
(CUT) Cutout Input
Splice to door switch circuit or
attach to other switched circuit
#22 AWG GRN
Activation:
+VDC - DIP SW-6 and SW-7 OFF
-VDC - DIP SW-6 and SW-7 ON
100W
Speaker(s)
Vehicle
Horn
Splice
Added
SPDT
Switch
To
AUX
Backlighting
Control Line to Amplifier
-VDC
Customer Fused +VDC
+VDC
or
-VDC
Remote
Amplifier
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OPERATION
Sound Hazard - Sound level from siren speaker (>120dBA @ 10 feet) may cause hearing damage.
Do not operate siren without adequate hearing protection for you and anyone in immediate vicinity.
(Ref. OSHA 1910.95 for occupational noise exposure guidelines)
GENERAL
This unit is designed for easy operation under the stress associated with high-speed pursuit.
Most siren functions are accessible with one simple motion without repetitive activation of
switches or automatic timed switching that can interfere with desired operation.
SELECTOR SWITCH
The 6-position rotary selector switch controls the primary operating mode of the siren.
Radio - Also known as Radio Repeat, this function amplifies
SELECTOR SWITCH
a radio speaker input for re-broadcast outside the vehicle.
The radio must be connected and RADIO VOLUME
RADIO
ADJUSTed for this mode to function.
Standby - A silent mode that may be overridden anytime with
STBY
the Siren push-button.
MECH
Mech - A simulated mechanical siren tone used anytime.
Wail - A slower changing tone used on highways.
WAIL
Yelp - A rapidly changing tone used in congested areas.
Phaser - A very rapidly changing tone used at intersections
YELP
or in highly congested areas. May be optionally replaced with
PHASER
Two-Tone which is two alternating frequencies like a
European HI-LO. See OPTION SWITCHES section.
Rotary
Switch
Radio
Standby
Mech
Wail
Yelp
Phaser
Operating Activate Siren push-button or Auxiliary Input
Mode
Radio
No Change
Silent
Horn (Default) or Manual Mech or Manual Wail or HRC2
(See SIREN SWITCH section)
Mech
Horn (Default) or Manual Mech (See SIREN SWITCH section)
Wail
Horn
Yelp
Horn
Phaser
Horn
MICROPHONE (PA Override)
The noise-canceling microphone is used for public address operation and overrides any
function when the push-to-talk button on the side of the microphone is pressed.
PA VOL
This control adjusts the PA volume. With the vehicle parked, set the PA
volume to the maximum level with no feedback (squeal).
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SIREN SWITCH
This momentary push-button switch provides Horn or Manual tone control.
It can optionally control Horn Ring Cycler 2 operation in the Standby position
if the HRC2 option is selected.
Horn - A simulated Air-horn tone momentarily sounded.
Manual Wail - Manual control of Wail tone rise and fall.
Manual Mech - Manual control of Mech tone rise and fall.
SIREN
The Siren push-button optionally provides the following function while in Standby mode.
See OPTION SWITCHES section.
DIP
SW-3
OFF
ON
DIP
SW-4
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
Siren push-button and Auxiliary Input Function
with Rotary Selector Switch in Standby
(Default) Produces Horn tone while pressed.
Manual control of Mechanical tone.
Also Mechanical tone continues to fall when Rotary
Selector Switch is changed from Mechanical position.
Manual control of Wail tone.
Activates Horn Ring Cycler 2 (HRC2) function.
AUXILIARY INPUT
During installation an auxiliary input may be connected to the horn ring or other switching
device. It provides the same operation as pressing the Siren push-button.
HORN RING CYCLER 2 (HRC2)
During installation, the auxiliary input must be connected and the HRC2 option selected. While
the siren is in standby, tap the horn ring for different tones.
See OPTION SWITCHES section for further details.
RADIO VOLUME ADJUST
The radio repeat volume level is set using an adjustment on the side
of the amplifier. Set the Selector Switch to the Radio position and
turn on the power. With the radio volume itself set to a normal level,
set the siren radio volume adjust control to the desired level.
Radio Volume
CUTOUT INPUT
During installation, a cutout input may be connected to a door switch. It turns off any siren tone
when the door is opened. The siren tone will continue to be cut off even when the door is
closed. Changing any switch or input will restore normal function.
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SERVICE
This unit is designed to provide years of reliable service under even the worst conditions.
Many times there may appear to be a problem with the unit when the true problem is in the
speaker(s) or improper installation. The following chart shows typical symptoms and possible
causes.
A blown amplifier fuse doesn't necessarily mean that the unit is bad. If a speaker or speaker
lead is shorted this fuse will blow before the unit is damaged. Disconnect the SPKR leads and
replace the fuse. If the siren emits a sound when in the Yelp position it is OK. Check the
speaker(s) or leads for possible shorting.
PROBLEMS
Symptom
Possible Cause
No power or Power switch not turned on
siren output Bad speaker(s)
Connector loose
Amplifier/control head fuse blown
Loose connection at power source
No siren tone High Voltage Protection
- PA works Mic button stuck
Cutout activated
Cutout polarity option set wrong
No PA
PA volume not set properly
Distorted
Speaker assembly loose
siren sound Intermittent Aux Input connection
Low vehicle voltage
Intermittent High Voltage Protection
siren tone
Connector loose
Bad power connection
Mic button activation
Circuit breaker in supply connection
Horn function Siren switch stuck
Or Manual Aux Input improperly connected
stuck on
No Radio
Unit not connected to radio
Radio volume too low
Wrong siren Two-Tone option installed
tone
Ground system noise
Check
Does backlighting and power indicator on control head
come on?
Do you hear a "pop" when turned on?
Is an external fuse or circuit breaker used?
Are the negative leads connected to a good ground?
Input voltage must be less than highest rated voltage.
Does mic button release properly?
Does siren work when Cutout Input is disconnected?
Are the corresponding option switches set correctly?
Have you tried turning the PA volume control?
Is the speaker bell or tip loose?
Is the Aux Input used and wired properly?
Input voltage must be greater than lowest rated voltage.
Is the vehicle voltage regulator working properly?
Are connections tight on the amplifier/control head?
Is there a loose connection on a power lead?
Is something lying on the microphone?
Is a circuit breaker used with at least a 50A rating?
Does the Siren switch return fully when released?
Is the Aux Input used and wired properly?
Is the radio connected properly to the unit?
Can you here the radio in the vehicle?
Have you tried turning the radio volume control?
Is the T-T option switch turned on?
Are Control head and amplifier connected to good
ground?
See www.carsonsirens.com for additional information.
or contact our Service Department at:
E-mail service@carsonsirens.com or Phone (888) 577-6877.
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PARTS and ACCESSORIES
The following parts and accessories are available from Carson Manufacturing Company, Inc.:
Part
Description
CP3965
Button, Switch Cap Black (for Siren pushbutton)
CP4732
Control, 1K Vertical Trimmer (Amplifier)
CP4834
Control, 1K Ohm Vertical Mini-Pot (Control Head PA)
CP4812-1
Cover, Amplifier (Does not include Chassis)
CP3880
Cover, Control Head back
ATO/ATC 20A
Fuse, 20 Amp Automotive
CP4852
Knob, Selector Switch Knob
CP4853
Knob, PA Volume Control
CP5011
Label, SA-430-17 Front Panel
CP4750
Microphone, Noise Canceling w/Connector
SR-15-1
Microphone Strain Relief
CP5014
Nut, 1/4-40 Dress (for Siren pushbutton)
8121D2V40
Switch, Momentary Push Button, Vertical (Siren pushbutton)
7101-T-C-Q
Switch, Power Toggle
CP3599
Switch, Rotary 6-Pos. Selector, Vertical
CP4119
Transistor, Output (2 required)
Accessory
CP4872
CP3633 *
CP3040 *
ED1757
CP3850 *
CP4833-10 *
ES00028-10 *
SA-430-17AMP
SA-430-17CH *
SA-430-17CHX *
CP5010 *
Description
* - standard accessory supplied with unit F or FX model
Bracket, Control Head Console Mounting
Bracket, Microphone Clip with mounting Screws
Cable, 5-P Control Head Lead Assembly
Cable, 10-P Amplifier Lead Assembly 8FT (made w/ CP4833-10 Conn)
Cable, Microphone Extension 18FT for FX model
Connector, 10-P Terminal Block Plug w/Locking Screws
Microphone, Detachable Noise Canceling for FX model
SA-430-17 Remote Amplifier (includes CP4833-10 Connector)
SA-430-17 Control Head with attached Microphone for F model
SA-430-17 Control Head without Microphone for FX model
Manual, SA-430-17 Instruction
See www.carsonsirens.com for additional information.
or contact our Service Department at:
E-mail service@carsonsirens.com or Phone (888) 577-6877.
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RETURN
If you have any questions concerning this or any other Carson product, please contact our
Technical Service Department at (888) 577-6877. Many issues can be handled over the
phone. We can also be reached via e-mail at service@carsonsirens.com
If a product must be returned for any reason, please contact our Technical Service Department
to obtain a Returned Merchandise Authorization number (RMA#) before you ship the product
to Carson. Please write the RMA# clearly on the package near the mailing label. Be sure to
provide a return address, contact and phone number, along with a brief description of the
problem.
LIMITED WARRANTY
Carson Manufacturing Company, Inc. warrants this new product to be free from defects in
material and workmanship, under normal use and service, for a period of five (5) years
from the date of delivery to the first user-purchaser.
During this warranty period the obligation of Carson Manufacturing is limited to repairing
or replacing, as Carson Manufacturing may elect, any part or parts of such product which
after examination by Carson Manufacturing is determined to be defective in material
and/or workmanship.
This warranty does not cover labor charges for removal or re-installation of the product.
Fuses and lamps are not covered under this warranty.
This warranty does not extend to any unit that has been subjected to abuse, misuse,
improper installation or which has not been adequately maintained, nor to units which
have problems related to service or modification at any facility other than the
manufacturer.
THERE ARE NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT SHALL CARSON MANUFACTURING
COMPANY, INC. BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OF PROFITS OR ANY INDIRECT OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY SUCH DEFECT IN MATERIALS
OR WORKMANSHIP.
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2-7/8”
2-1/2”
CAUTION: Please note that top and bottom
edges only provide 1/8” overlap. Cut carefully.
This inner area
to be removed.
5-1/4”
5-7/8”
6-1/4”
1/8”
2-5/8”
1/2”
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