RANGER RCI-69FFC4

NEW RCI-69FFC4 FROM RANGER

RCI-69FFC4

Installing the Radio
Choose a convenient location for operation that does not interfere with driver or passenger. this radio is supplied with a universal mounting bracket. when mounting the bracket and radio to your car, make sure it is mechanically strong. Also, provide a good electrical grounding connection to the chassis of the vehicle. Proceed as Follow to install the radio.

1. Locate a convenient area in your vehicle for the installation of the radio. Hold the mounting bracket with the radio in the location where the radio is to be installed. make sure nothing will interfere with either the radio or the mounting bolts. Mark and them drill holes for the mounting braket.
2. Most radio antennas come equiped with pl-259 plug. Connect this plug to the antenna jack in the hear of the radio.
3. Extending from the rear of the radio is a fused red and black wire for the DC connections to the vehicle electrical system. For best performance , it is strongly recommended that the red lead be taken directly to the positive terminal on the vehicle’s battery and the black lead to be connected to the nearest chassis ground. (PS: This radio is designed for vehicles with negative ground systems)
Connections should be made using appropriate “crimp on” lugs of a size large enough to make good contact with the bolt used to fasten to the battery and the chassis ground, It is good safety idea to install a second fuse, in series with the red wire at the battery connection. This second fuse would provide protection in case the red wire was to “fray” or get pinched and short to the body of the vehicle, somewhere between the battery and the radio.
High power radios such this one require large DC current flow when in the mode. Poor power connections can cause supply voltage drops that can substantially decrease the performance of your radio. A good DC connection is probably one of the most important things for getting the best transmitter performance and in some case, least receiver noise.
4. Mount the microphone bracket near the radio in an easily accessible spot using the two screw provided.

Ignition Noise Interference
With weak signals, you may experience interference of the signal by background noise. This radio has NB and ANL controls which will help reduce background noise from sources such as your ignition system. However,background electrical noise may come from several sources and all noise may not be eliminated. With extremely weak signals, you can operate this radio with the engine turned off, which should improve reception. If the ignition noise level is too high to allow proper operation under most conditions you should have your installation of the radio checked by a qualified technician.

Antenna
This radio has a jack in the rear for a standard PL-259 antenna plug. If you are looking for the most range for your transmission, use a vertically polarized, quarter-wave length antenna. If antenna height is a problem, you may use a shorter, loaded type whip antenna although you can expect some lost of transmission range.
To improve performance, your antenna should be matched to your radio. Your antenna can be adjusted so that it matches your radio.

External Speaker
The external speaker jack (EXT. SPK) on the rear panel is used for remote receiver monitoring. The external speaker should have 8hms impedance and be able to handle at least 4 watts. When the external speaker is plugged in, the internal speaker is disconnected.

Public Address

To use the Public Address (PA) function, first connect an external speaker to the PA. SP. Jack on the hear of the radio. see the above specifications for a proper external speaker. keep the speaker away from the microphone to avoid acoustic feedback.
NEW RCI-69FFC4 FROM RANGER

RCI-69FFC4

Installing the Radio
Choose a convenient location for operation that does not interfere with driver or passenger. this radio is supplied with a universal mounting bracket. when mounting the bracket and radio to your car, make sure it is mechanically strong. Also, provide a good electrical grounding connection to the chassis of the vehicle. Proceed as Follow to install the radio.

1. Locate a convenient area in your vehicle for the installation of the radio. Hold the mounting bracket with the radio in the location where the radio is to be installed. make sure nothing will interfere with either the radio or the mounting bolts. Mark and them drill holes for the mounting braket.
2. Most radio antennas come equiped with pl-259 plug. Connect this plug to the antenna jack in the hear of the radio.
3. Extending from the rear of the radio is a fused red and black wire for the DC connections to the vehicle electrical system. For best performance , it is strongly recommended that the red lead be taken directly to the positive terminal on the vehicle’s battery and the black lead to be connected to the nearest chassis ground. (PS: This radio is designed for vehicles with negative ground systems)
Connections should be made using appropriate “crimp on” lugs of a size large enough to make good contact with the bolt used to fasten to the battery and the chassis ground, It is good safety idea to install a second fuse, in series with the red wire at the battery connection. This second fuse would provide protection in case the red wire was to “fray” or get pinched and short to the body of the vehicle, somewhere between the battery and the radio.
High power radios such this one require large DC current flow when in the mode. Poor power connections can cause supply voltage drops that can substantially decrease the performance of your radio. A good DC connection is probably one of the most important things for getting the best transmitter performance and in some case, least receiver noise.
4. Mount the microphone bracket near the radio in an easily accessible spot using the two screw provided.

Ignition Noise Interference
With weak signals, you may experience interference of the signal by background noise. This radio has NB and ANL controls which will help reduce background noise from sources such as your ignition system. However,background electrical noise may come from several sources and all noise may not be eliminated. With extremely weak signals, you can operate this radio with the engine turned off, which should improve reception. If the ignition noise level is too high to allow proper operation under most conditions you should have your installation of the radio checked by a qualified technician.

Antenna
This radio has a jack in the rear for a standard PL-259 antenna plug. If you are looking for the most range for your transmission, use a vertically polarized, quarter-wave length antenna. If antenna height is a problem, you may use a shorter, loaded type whip antenna although you can expect some lost of transmission range.
To improve performance, your antenna should be matched to your radio. Your antenna can be adjusted so that it matches your radio.

External Speaker
The external speaker jack (EXT. SPK) on the rear panel is used for remote receiver monitoring. The external speaker should have 8hms impedance and be able to handle at least 4 watts. When the external speaker is plugged in, the internal speaker is disconnected.

Public Address

To use the Public Address (PA) function, first connect an external speaker to the PA. SP. Jack on the hear of the radio. see the above specifications for a proper external speaker. keep the speaker away from the microphone to avoid acoustic feedback.
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