The Workman #ROGER5TONE Installation Instruction
"The Bandit"
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at the rear of the volume control.
To identify the correct connection. Use a voltmeter or small 12V bulb
BLACK WIRE Ground connection, negative (not the transceiver case). A handy poird is !ci solder
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4 PIN JAP
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FITTING INSTRUCTIONS
RED WIRE Connect to any switched positive point. The most convenient place ce I ng the 07 - 0"
scrape g
solder
View from front of mic scoket
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8 PIN JAP
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FIG 2
RED
wire to one of the screecning cans(Eig
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BLUE WIRE Solder this wire to the audio pin on mic socket
GREEN WIRE-YELLOW WIRE If there is not a yellow wire,then solder the green wire to the transmit p n on mic socket, if there is a yellow
BLACKPIP TONE
wire then locate the transmit pin on mic socketremove thus lead and connect it to the yellow wire. Solder the green wire to the vacant pin on
UNIT
mic socket.
YELLOW
GREENe..51
ORANGE WIRE On units that produce a tone at the end of transmission grounding this wire will prevent any audio acing transmitted.The usual
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way to achieve this is to connect it to a single pole miniature switch On units that produce a tone at the beginning of the Iransmission,
GROUND
grounding this wire will prevent the tone being sent unless the mic Is keyed twice in quick succession.
TO LOUDSPEAK
EARTH
HOW TO FIND THOSE CONNECTIONS
SWITCH 6
NOT
PROVIDED
1 WITH A CIRCUIT DIAGRAM Compare the instructions with your circuit diagraintransterring the mic pin numbers on your circuit to the correct
pins on the instruction sheet. Then follow FITTING INSTRUCTIONS.
USE RESISTOR TO
REDUCE AUDIO LEVEL
IF REQUIRED
2 WITHOUT A CIRCUIT DIAGRAM a) PTT or transmitter connection Set the transmitter up into its normal operating positeon,with aenal power
INHIBIT
supply etc. Disconnect the power supply, remove the lower case half (The sore with the speaker grill in). Using a knife or small tile scrape
TO AUDIO
CIRCUIT
away a small portion of plating from one of the cod screening cans near:ib the mic socket. TAKE CARE (FIG 2) Using a 2504. or larger
soldering iron.solder a 6 inch length of insulated wire (provided) to the sereeninng can For the next step you will need to monitor your
transmitter output. An SWR meter or another receiver will do Remove the clic Reconnect the power and switch on Using the length of wire.
soldered to the screening can,carefully touch each pin on the mic socKet in turn One of the pins when touched, will turn the transmitter
FIG 3
on
.1'1V
GROUND
Mark the pin number onto the instruction sheet Turn off the power and r''move the wire form the screening can b) Refit mic Reconnect power
so
and switch on Hold the bare end of the length of wire and touch the other end onto the mic pins inside the transceiver One of the pins.when
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touch en wul cause a click hum or buzz in the loudspeaker. Mark the pin number onto the instruction shed).
NOTES.
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PIP TONE
UNIT
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RED
TO
RELAY
TRANSMIT
COIL
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RECEIVE
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'IC CIRCUIT
rt YELLOW
1 On some trans ce'vers the nave methoc of rind ing the audio pin may not work if this is the case then follow step b) with the transceiver
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transmitting and mon tor the transmitted signal Lsiog a modulation meter or receiver
2 On transceivers arnere the loudspeakef is turned off when the /nig
IS
removed 4 is quite nomal for the 'PIP to be heard in the
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loundspeaker at the end of line transm:ssion if the Ved unit produces a note at the end of the transmission) if the audio is too loud solder a
TO-LOUDSPEAKER
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AUDIO
Nc
resister of value 22K to 56K (to suit) in series with the F.LUE lead
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NO
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3 Try and place your unit as near to the rnic soc set as possit e keepins all wires short
TO AUDIO CIRCUIT
1 It the audio is heard in your loudspeaker or if the audio is not trar-Lnitted, hen a realy may be hued to duplicate the action ot the mic
switch
For fitting details see FIG 4
SWITCH) RELAY-ANY 12V RELAY WITH ONE
NORMAL OPEN NO AND ONE
NORMAL CLOSED NC CONTACT PAIR
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COIL RESISTANCE SHOULD BE
GREATER THAN 150 OHMS
IF YOU ARE NOT SURE WHAT TO DO OR HAVE ANY DIFFICJI:i( Y DO NOT CONTINUE BUT CONTACT YOUR DEALER OR
A COMPETENT ELECTRONIC ENGINEER
DAMAGE CAUSED BY INCORRECT FITTING WII L NOT BE COVERED UNDER 'WARRANTY
WARNING
FIG 4
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WHEN FITTING THIS UNIT INSIDE EQUIPMENT THE SUPPLIED PROTECTIVE COVER MUST BE FITTED (For Jr- its *lore Ire proleclive
ROGER FIVE TONE
cover is supplied separately)
0 OUTPUT LEVEL
c.,\SPEED
TONE
0000
FIG 5
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