- Alan-Albrecht Service

- Alan-Albrecht Service
AM / FM / SSB CB-Transceiver
according to EU standard EN 300 433-2
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Contents
Legal and General Information .....................................................................................................................................3
Preparation for Use.......................................................................................................................................................4
General Use Instructions ..............................................................................................................................................4
Connect to Power Supply .............................................................................................................................................4
Safety Precautions and Vehicle Installation .................................................................................................................4
Select Antenna .............................................................................................................................................................4
Vehicle Antenna............................................................................................................................................................4
Operation as Base Station............................................................................................................................................5
Location of Controls AE 5800.......................................................................................................................................5
Controls and Switches ..................................................................................................................................................5
On/Off, Volume and Squelch Setting............................................................................................................................5
Channel or Frequency Display .....................................................................................................................................5
Mic Gain (3) ..................................................................................................................................................................6
RF Gain (4) ...................................................................................................................................................................6
Clarifier (11) ..................................................................................................................................................................6
LCD, S Meter and Power Meter ...................................................................................................................................6
Buttons AE 5800 (5-12) ................................................................................................................................................6
Select Mode ..................................................................................................................................................................6
USB and LSB................................................................................................................................................................7
Set Transmission Power...............................................................................................................................................7
How to Receive SSB? ..................................................................................................................................................7
Use Frequency Memory ...............................................................................................................................................8
Enter Frequency ...........................................................................................................................................................8
Retrieve Frequency ......................................................................................................................................................8
CALL (Channel 9, International CB Call and Emergency Channel).............................................................................8
Scan Mode....................................................................................................................................................................8
Start and Stop Scanning...............................................................................................................................................8
Reverse Scanning Direction .........................................................................................................................................8
Last Channel Recall (LCR)...........................................................................................................................................8
Noise Blanker ...............................................................................................................................................................8
Sound Filter...................................................................................................................................................................9
Activate/Deactivate Key Tone.......................................................................................................................................9
Interesting Facts Relating to the Technical Data..........................................................................................................9
Storage and Backup of Set Data ..................................................................................................................................9
Ports for Additional External Devices ...........................................................................................................................9
Reset to Default and Deleting All Memory....................................................................................................................9
Dispoal and Recycling ................................................................................................................................................10
European Warranty 2 Years from Purchase Date......................................................................................................10
Technical Data............................................................................................................................................................11
General .......................................................................................................................................................................11
Service Contact Address (in Germany) ......................................................................................................................12
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Legal and General Information
The legal regulations in some countries demand a printout of our CE Declaration of Conformity in its original
wording (editorial status: February 2009). The latest regulations, announcements and other documentation for this
device are published in the service download area at www.hobbyradio.de or www.alan-albrecht.info. Please
observe the country-specific regulations when using this device and take the obligatory registration in individual
countries and possible operation restrictions serious! Although entrainment for the device when traveling to other
EU countries is generally permitted according to European law, for its operation still the national regulations apply.
CE- Declaration of Conformity / Konformitätserklärung
We hereby declare that our product: / Wir erklären hiermit, dass unser Produkt
CB-Radio Albrecht AE 5800
satisfies all technical regulations applicable to the product within the scope of EU Council Directives, European Standards and
national frequency applications:/ alle technischen Anforderungen im Geltungsbereich der EU Richtlinien, europäischer Normen
und nationaler Frequenzanwendungen einhält:
73/23/EEC, 2004/108/EG and 99/5/EC
EN 300 135 -2 V.1.2.1 / EN 300 433-2 V.1.1.2
EN 301 489-1 V.1.8.1, EN 301 489-13 V1.2.1, EN 60 950-1:2006
All essential radio test suites have been carried out. /
Alle für das Produkt vorgeschriebenen Funktestreihen wurden durchgeführt.
Alan Electronics GmbH
Daimlerstr.1 k
D- 63303 Dreieich
This declaration is issued under our sole responsibility. Basing on not harmonized frequency applications, the CB radio may be
used only in listed countries according to selected channel programming. An individual license for operating this radio in AM +
SSB +FM is requested from residents of B, CH, E, FL, I, while travelers may use their radios free of charge and license. In
Germany, France, Finland, Greece, Latvia, Netherlands, Poland and Portugal the operation of this radio is free of license
for all users. This radio may be subject of restrictions in other countries, where SSB is not accepted.
Use of additional accessories like Packet Radio modems via MIC socket is only intended to be used in FM mode and may be
restricted to individual channels depending on national frequency allocations.
Diese Erklärung wird unter unserer alleinigen Verantwortung abgegeben. Dieses Funkgerät darf wegen der nicht harmonisierten
Frequenzanwendungen in AM + SSB + FM von Bewohnern von B, CH, E, FL, I nur mit gültigen CB Funkgenehmigung in
Betrieb genommen werden, während ausländische Reisende Ihr Gerät frei benutzen dürfen. In Deutschland, Finnland,
Frankreich, Griechenland, Lettland, den Niederlanden, Polen und Portugal ist die Benutzung für alle Benutzer allgemein
freigegeben und anmelde- und gebührenfrei. Dieses Gerät darf in Ländern, in denen SSB nicht freigegeben ist, nicht
benutzt werden.
Der Anschluss von Audio-Zubehör, wie z.B. Packet Radio Modems, ist nur in der Betriebsart FM vorgesehen, die Benutzung
von Packet Radio kann in einigen Ländern auf bestimmte national freigegebene Kanäle begrenzt sein oder auch generell nicht
gestattet sein.
Point of contact/Ansprechpartner:
Place and date of issue:
Dipl.-Phys. Wolfgang Schnorrenberg
Dreieich, 01. 03. 2010
(Signature)
Dipl.-Phys. Wolfgang Schnorrenberg
Alan Electronics GmbH
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Preparation for Use
General Use Instructions
This AM-FM-SSB transceiver AE 5800 is a universal CB radio for 12VDC power supply. It an be connected to
powerful 12V batteries, such as rechargeable lead batteries, but also via a suitable 12V power adapter with at least
6A stabilized constant current to 230V mains power supply. Due to its SSB operation, demanding repeated finetuning and delicate operation, the radio is not intended for the use in vehicles when driving.
The radio is intended for intermittent operation with an average transmission time of approx. 10% of its duty cycle,
as it is typical for CB operation. This device is not intended for continuous transmission without regular reception
periods as cooling phases. Avoid subjecting your radio to high humidity, extremely high or low temperatures, dust
and direct sunlight. Only open the casing of your radio if you are knowledgeable in this regard, have the correct
tools and measuring devices.
The device comes with the internationally common CB radio range with 40 channels in all modes AM, FM, USB
and LSB switchable. The Declaration of Conformity according to the new European standard EN 300 433-2 is only
valid, as long as the device is not modified and is used according to this user manual. Any extension of the
frequency range und the use of other channels and modes than permitted in the individual countries may lead to
prosecution.
Connect to Power Supply
Connect your device with the supplied DC cable to a 12V network or a 12V power adapter. Voltage fluctuation
between 11V and 14V for power adapters and max. 15.6V, as in vehicles, campers or boats with rechargeable lead
battery, chargers or alternators, are permissible. Battery and/or power adapter must supply at least 6-8 Ampere
with good stabilization. Do not extend the power cord. In vehicles always try to connect directly to the battery
terminals. In this case you have best immunity against interferences from ignition and alternator and the most
stable supply voltage.
In case the fuse integrated in the DC cable blows, please check the possible cause first (commonly voltage
reversal and a flyback diode has reacted) and replace the fuse only with same type (10 Ampere, American glass
fuse), and never bypass with foil or similar measures!
Connect the red cable to the + terminal, and the black cable to the – terminal of the power source.
The minus terminal for this radio is on the casing, as usual for all modern vehicles. When installing in boats safety
measures against electrolytic and/or galvanic corrosion, such as insulated installation and galvanic insulation of the
antenna connections may be necessary due to the grounding of the casing.
Safety Precautions and Vehicle Installation
The device contains no components that must be accessible for the user during operation. Leave the opening of
the casing to experts. Do not open the casing before disconnecting from 12V power supply. Only work on the
device with dead voltage. For use in vehicles mount your radio with the supplied screws and bracket in a suitable
position. Ensure that no risk of injuries for driver and passengers comes from the mounting position and avoid
close proximity of air vents. Do not use your radio when driving. The device is neither intended not approved for
this kind of operation. According to the Federal Motor Transport Authority the device is due to its risk potential only
to be used in parked vehicles.
Select Antenna
Vehicle Antenna
This radio is not to be used with common CB radio makeshift antennae, such as a mini magnetic antenna, window
clip antenna or adhesive window antenna. For electromagnetic compatibility in combination with near electronic
components a powerful vehicle antenna with antenna base earthed via the chassis is to be used. When selecting
the antenna position keep the greatest possible distance to passengers and all vehicle electronics. Avoid the side
of the mudguard as mounting position which is nearer to passers-by on walkways. (this may be the left side in UK
and the right side in continental Europe). Ensure best grounding for antenna base, as this ensures that no HF
reaches the interior of the vehicle via sheath waves.
According to the latest EU directives vehicle manufacturers have the right to stipulate antenna positions and
maximum compatible transmission power for their vehicles. Please observe these guidelines, as you may
otherwise risk loosing the operating license for your vehicle. Ask your vehicle manufacturer for further information.
Have your vehicle manufacturer verify that he has no objections against the CB radio operation in connection with
the vehicle electronics!
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Even though the effects of “electric smog” are controversial, you may not want to expose other persons, who may
think your hobby dangerous, to electromagnetic fields. In case you wear a pacemaker, please observe the greatest
possible distance to the antenna. If in doubt, obtain the manufacturer’s information with regard to recommended
safety distance.
It goes without saying that your antenna is to be optimized in standing wave ratio. The AE 5800 output stage copes
during operation with SWR of up to 1:2 at full capacity and short-term up to 1:3 (e.g. during adjustment). Never
press the transmission button without connected antenna!
The radio is equipped with a SO 239 socket (for PL connector) for antenna connection. For connection and cable
up to approx. 15 m RG-58/U cable is sufficient, otherwise we recommend RG-213/U or RG-8/U cable. Do not use
coax cable for satellite or TV, as these have 75 ohm and are not suitable for radio operation.
Operation as Base Station
Only use an external antenna for AE 5800. Any kind of interior antenna creates such high HF fields in close
proximity that own electronic devices or devices of others are interfered with, even with sufficient EMC immunity
according to EU directive! For instance hum trouble from your own power adapter or via the microphone to the
transmitter, irradiation into VCR or hi-fi equipment and the like are well known. Especially in SSB mode, rather than
in FM mode, it can come to interferences with other devices due to the pulsating transmission signals.
Location of Controls AE 5800
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1
2
3+4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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Controls and Switches
On/Off, Volume and Squelch Setting
Turn the combined volume/on/off control knob (1) to turn the device on and off. With first use set the volume to a
medium level and turn the squelch button (14) fully counter-clockwise, until you can hear the background noise.
Now set squelch in such way that the background noise just disappears. In this position squelch opens even with
weak signals and is in its most sensitive position.
If setting squelch above this point clockwise, the signals have to be stronger to be put through.
Channel or Frequency Display
With first use the unit starts in FM mode and channel 9 (27.065 MHz) is displayed. The unit starts in channel
mode.
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Channel mode
Frequency mode
You can toggle your display to frequency mode similar to amateur radio devices. First briefly press the FUNC
button (12). The display shows FUNC. Now press the 2 button (7).
The unit switches to frequency display and is in frequency mode. The frequency resolution corresponds to the
common CD standard of international 10 kHz resolution, with some channels showing a 20 kHz step instead of 10
kHz (for historical reasons). You can tune the frequency via the CHANNEL knob (9) on the unit or with the
UP/Down buttons on the microphone. Press FUNC followed by 2 to toggle between the display modes.
Mic Gain (3)
This control knob is designed for dual function with the RF gain control. Use the upper control knob (3) to set the
sensitivity of the microphone. For the supplied hand microphone the control knob may be set to 2/3 or full
(clockwise). For other microphones the control knob serves individual setting. Optimum modulation is best set with
a control receiver or with an outstation.
RF Gain (4)
Use the RF Gain knob (lower, outer dial of the dual control knob) to set the amplification in the RF receiver. Turn
fully clockwise for the unit to have the highest amplification and sensitivity. This setting is optimal for most receiving
ratios. Turn the RF gain control knob back to mask unwanted long distance or interference signals, especially
when deliberately listening to near stations. In SSB mode with high field strength it may be necessary to adjust the
amplification with the RF gain control knob for optimum quality.
Clarifier (11)
This control knob serves the receiver fine-tuning and is only used in SSB mode if the distant partner station is not
quite on the same transmission frequency. In radio circles with several participants you frequently have to fine tune
individual stations with the clarifier for best comprehensibility.
LCD, S Meter and Power Meter
Your radio comes with a large backlit LCD for all settings, such as channel, frequency, status display and analog
values, such as received field strength (S meter) and transmission power. In this way you always have the most
important parameters in view. The S meter setting corresponds with the international short wave amateur standard:
100 µV EMC antenna voltage corresponds to S 9. The S meter uses a 5-stage bar display on the LCD. The
stronger you receive an outstation, the stronger is the deflection on the S meter.
For checking the S meter also works for transmissions as a power meter and gives you an approximate clue about
the output power. You will see that for FM you will always have the same transmission display, for AM the
deflection is generally less, and for SSB it varies with the rhythm of the speech.
Buttons AE 5800 (5-12)
The buttons of your unit are multi-functional and change automatically – according to the mode – or in combination
with the FUNC button (12) manually. To avoid confusion you will find only the name of the corresponding function
in this user manual. For instance for pressing the MODE button you will find “MODE” and not the all names of all
functions for this button, such as “MODE/LOW/5”. Furthermore, all button functions, which are only possible in
connection with the FUNC button, are printed in blue. In CB mode some functions are invalid. These functions are
reserved for the amateur radio version of this unit (AE485 S).
Select Mode
Press the MODE button (8) to toggle between AM, FM, USB and LSB. The selected mode is displayed. The
abbreviations stand for:
AM
Amplitude modulation A3 with full carrier
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FM
USB
LSB
Narrow band frequency modulation (max. 2.0 kHz range)
Single-sideband modulation, upper side band
Single-sideband modulation, lower side band
The different modes for CB radios are partly historical, as CB radio exists since the 1950s. AM (amplitude
modulation) mode corresponds with the technical operation of medium wave and short wave broadcast und is,
except for CB radio, currently used for aircraft radio. While speaking the transmission power is adjusted
rhythmically (technical term “modulated”). AM is traditionally the radio system used by truck drivers worldwide for
CB radio. The low background noise is advantageous if for instance in low interfering diesel trucks squelch is left
open during standby operation. A disadvantage is the lower communication range compared to FM (because of
higher allowed power in FM) or even SSB and the varying volume between near and far stations.
In FM mode the transmission power is always the same when speaking, thus hardly any interferences from other
units are to be expected in this mode. Instead the frequency of the unit varies during speaking and for this reason it
is called frequency modulation. Due to the interferences expected for AM and SSB some countries only permit FM.
Advantage is a greater range compared to AM and a constant volume of near and far stations as well as a clear
modulation sound. Some noise is a disadvantage and can be heard with weak or missing signals. In FM mode it is
basically not possible to leave squelch open in standby operation.
SSB (Single-SideBand) marks the height in the development in long distance traffic voice transmission. SSB mode
avoids the disadvantage of low range of AM and concentrates all transmission power on a minimum frequency
width with speech pauses reducing the output to nearly zero. For reception a special circuit ensures that the
transmission of cut off “sidebands” and the “carrier” are again restored. This achieves an enormous increase in
range compared to AM and FM. Not only does the transmitter reach further, also the receiver is substantially more
sensitive through the halved bandwidth. All this has to be paid for with the disadvantage of a very fine tuning being
necessary for reception and that there is a higher risk of interferences of nearby devices during transmission. Due
to the necessary fine tuning of the receiver with the “Clarifier” (11) the use of SSB in moving vehicles is a problem
and can distract in an objectionable way from the traffic, similar to using a mobile phone. SSB is rather a mode for
base stations. This is also the reason, why today only experienced radio operators use SSB – you really have to
train and develop a sure instinct for the correct setting.
USB and LSB
In SSB mode a conventional channel is divided in two halves: the so-called upper sideband (USB) and the lower
sideband (LSB). Both can be used independently. Example: you transmit on channel 9 in USB. In reality you use
for speaking only the frequencies upward of 27.065 to approximately 27.070 MHz, while in LSB mode the
frequencies below 27.065 MHz to approximately 27.060 MHz are used. Both sidebands are mirror-inverted and
this is why receiver and transmitter must be set to the same sideband. Otherwise you only receive some
incomprehensible gibberish.
Set Transmission Power
Your unit comes with continuously variable transmission power. In normal state the control knob PWR (14) should
be set fully clockwise. In this setting you achieve 4 Watts in FM and SSB and 1 Watt in AM. Turn counter-clockwise
to reduce power to approx. 100 mW. This should be done if you want to be heard only in the absolute near
proximity.
By the way: it also reduces the general electric smog level if the transmission power is set as low as just needed
for the radio link!
How to Receive SSB?
As receiving station of course you do not know in which sideband your outstation is currently transmitting. That the
outstation is transmitting in SSB mode is easily found out, because the “squawking noise” is very different from FM
or AM signals. First receive in USB. Carefully tune through the Clarifier. If you hear a “Mickey Mouse like” pitch
carefully fine-tune to a more comprehensible pitch. If this is not possible try the other sideband LSB.
You will need some experience until you clearly understand your first dialog partner in SSB mode. But surely you
will soon be rewarded by your first DX (= long distance traffic) connection.
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Use Frequency Memory
Frequently used frequencies or channels can be saved and retrieved including the corresponding mode by
pressing MSAVE/MLOAD (10) in 5 station memories. The settings are not erased during temporary power failure,
as the unit works with low power backup technology.
Enter Frequency
Set the desired frequency. Press the buttons FUNC + MSAVE + station memory (1-5) in sequence to save the
frequency.
The display shows an “S” for “SAVE” after pressing FUNC + MSAVE.
Retrieve Frequency
Press MLOAD and the station memory (1-5) to access saved station memories (the display shows an “L” for “Load
memory” after pressing MLOAD).
CALL (Channel 9, International CB Call and Emergency Channel)
Station memory 2 is especially easy to access by briefly pressing 2 (CALL). As a conformation for this preference
channel the display flashes as long as the channel is selected. To leave the CALL channel briefly press 2 (CALL)
again. The last used channel is displayed again.
Tip: During receiving breaks switch to channel 9 and help with your standby operation to keep this channel open
for emergency calls! Do not talk too long on channel 9. Agree on a different channel soon after finding a radio
partner.
Scan Mode
Scanning allows you searching the band beginning with the last frequency or channel. In does not matter if the last
frequency was a station memory. After finding a signal in scan mode this channel is monitored for maximum 8
seconds, unless the signal disappears earlier. In this case scanning starts again until the next signal is detected.
Start and Stop Scanning
Press the SCAN (9) button; scanning starts. You can stop scanning by either pressing the PTT button or pressing
the SCAN button again.
Important: Scan mode uses the squelch setting as switching criteria. Set squelch first to the value for the scanner
to stop at a used channel. Scanning is not possible with open squelch: This state is detected by the CPU as a used
channel and it switches in 8-seconds cycle to the next channel.
Reverse Scanning Direction
You can change the scanning direction from up to down or vice versa at any time. Briefly turn the channel selector
in the desired direction or use the UP and DOWN buttons on the microphone.
Last Channel Recall (LCR)
If you were scanning or listening a lot to other frequencies you may want to return to your last transmission channel
by pressing a single button? Press the LCR (6) button to return to the last channel you used for transmission for
more than 3 seconds.
Noise Blanker
A noise blanker is a circuit to fade out or limit temporarily pulsating interferences. As the CB band is especially
effected by noise from electrical appliances and vehicles your unit is equipped with a corresponding function to be
engaged in AM and SSB modes.
The noise blanker is activated/deactivated by pressing FUNC and NB (5).
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Sound Filter
The receiver comes with a connectable sound filter, what is especially useful for noisy signals, as it dampens the
aggressive high sounds, making the sound easier to listen to. Deactivate this filter by pressing FUNC and LOW (8).
Activate/Deactivate Key Tone
Turn the unit on while pressing the transmission button (PTT on microphone). In this way you toggle between
activation and deactivation.
Interesting Facts Relating to the Technical Data
Storage and Backup of Set Data
The radio is no longer equipped with a lithium battery, but uses the low power backup technology. For this reason
data are only erased after a long time.
Ports for Additional External Devices
Microphone Jack (2)
6-pole, Jap. standard, suitable for screwable electret or other microphones with approx. 600 ohm to 1 kOhm
impedance.
PIN 1
PIN 2
PIN 3
PIN 4
PIN 5
PIN 6
Microphone NF
PTT-RX (not used for this unit) – also for NF extraction packet radio
PTT-TX contact
UP/DOWN button
Ground, shielding
Power supply for electret microphone (or other accessories)
Important: Wiring according to “Albrecht” Standard, widespread for CB radios. Please observe when connecting
other microphones! In case you want to connect a different microphone: Only use microphones with electret
capsules. Additional devices, such as modems, etc. are only permitted in FM mode. Please observe the
regulations in the individual countries.
Speaker Jack (Rear)
3.5 mm mono jack, suitable for 4-8 ohm speakers with minimum 2-4 Watts. The internal speaker is automatically
muted when connecting an external speaker.
Maintenance and Programming
The following references are exclusively for expert service staff. Program settings are only permitted for authorized
users and for commercial export in countries allowing the corresponding versions.
No responsibility for damages and consequential damage caused by incompetent or not expressly by Albrecht
explained programming steps and other interference. The end user warranty generally expires with opening the
casing. Only use Albrecht specialized dealers for modifications during the warranty period!
Reset to Default and Deleting All Memory
A general reset to factory settings is possible by disconnecting from power supply and briefly pressing the reset
button on the separate small daughterboard after removing the speaker cover (visible after removing the cover).
Perform this reset when experiencing malfunctions. There are inevitable external interferences, which may block
the processor or lead to certain functions being not or not correct performed. The interferences can be caused by
electric storms, overvoltage, to great HF irradiation and the like and are generally easily fixed by reset. However,
reset also deletes all station memories.
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For CB radio only the factory jumper setting CON 4 on the internal Sub Board is permitted.
Other settings are permitted for amateur radio. The user needs a valid amateur radio license. Even amateur radio
operators are only allowed to use frequencies allocated for amateur radio, even if a device can be programmed for
further frequency ranges. You find the permitted jumper setting for amateur radio operators at
http://www.hobbyradio.de/Amateurfunk under AE 485S. Please note that our Declaration of Conformity expires with
modifications. Already modifying the documented jumpers is a modification not permitted for CD radio operators,
which may be punishable.
Dispoal and Recycling
This radio was manufactured with low emission according to the new European RoHS and
WEEE directives. For disposal please note that electrical and electronic devices can no longer
be disposed of with the household waste; they must be disposed of at municipal collection
points. The return of used appliances is free, as the manufacturers cover the disposal costs. By
returning the device to a municipal collection point you contribute to the recycling of valuable
resources.
European Warranty 2 Years from Purchase Date
The vendor of this device grants an implied warranty of two years from the date of purchase. This warranty
includes all malfunctions caused by defective components of malfunctioning within the warranty period, but not
malfunctions due to normal use, such as scratches on display or casing, defective casing, broken antenna,
consumed light bulbs, damaged microphone cables and defects due to external forces, such as corrosion,
overvoltage due to improper external power supply or the use of unsuitable accessories. Furthermore,
malfunctions due to improper use, such as a defective transmission output stage caused by a mismatched antenna
or connection of illegal amplifiers, are excluded from the warranty.
In case of warranty claims contact your dealer directly. The dealer will either repair or exchange the device, or he
will give you the address of a specialized service center for the device.
If in coubt, please contact our hotline. In case you want to send your device in for repairs, please remember to
include your proof of purchase and describe the malfunction as clearly as possible.
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Technical Data
General
Frequency range
Frequency stability
Transmission type
Admissible operating voltage range
Fuse
26.965 MHz - 27.415 MHz
+/-400 Hz
A3E, F3E, J3E
10.8 - 15.6V DC
10 A
Transmitter
Transmission power
(other power levels for different
countries available on request)
Harmonic suppression
Microphone sensitivity
Supplied microphone:
Dynamic control
Power consumption transmission
AM
FM
SSB
microphone ALC
1 Watt
max. 4 Watts
max. 4 Watts PEP
min. 90 dB (4 nW)
4 mV / 1 kOhm
Electret with integrated pre-amplifier
50 dB
max. 2.5 (AM)
max. 3.0 A (FM, SSB)
Receiver
Receiver sensitivity
Clarifier control range
Audio output power
0.5 µV EMK FM/SSB
0.9 µV EMK AM
60 dB FM/AM
70 dB SSB
+/- 1 kHz
2.5 Watts at 8 ohms
Dimensions incl. knobs/jacks
Weight
24.5 x 15.5 x 5.3 cm
1.3 kg
Receiver adjacent channel selection
for 12 dB SINAD
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Service Contact Address (in Germany)
You find technical documentation and the latest information regarding the regulation in individual EU countries in
the service pages of the Albrecht and Alan websites and directly on the download server www.hobbyradio.de
Alan Electronics GmbH
or
http://www.albrecht-online.de
Daimlerstr. 1 K
Dovenkamp 11
D-63303 Dreieich
D-22952 Lütjensee
http://www.alan-electronics.de
Service enquiries:
Hotline
[email protected]
01805 - 012204 (0,14 Euro/minute from German landlines, mobile may be
different)
Important: Customers in Germany should contact the Hotline before returning any radio, because only our service
address can give you the nearest and best service partner address for the most efficient repair service.
Customers in other countries please contact the local distributor, where you have bought the radio
© Alan Electronics GmbH 2009
It is prohibited to copy or reproduce this documentation full or in parts for commercial use without prior written
permission of Alan Electronics GmbH.
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