PA Box Wiring

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PA Box Wiring

Post by Dubmatix » Thu Apr 02, 2009 1:28 pm

Does anyone have a schematic for the roof mounted PA box on a TEL80? I just wondered how it is connected together as i now have the handset to plug onto my dash panel. It doesn't light up however so i am wondering whether it needs a radio in circuit for power? Maybe it got disconnected at decomissioning, has anyone recommissioned one?

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John

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Re: PA Box Wiring

Post by custardbomb » Wed Aug 19, 2009 10:51 pm

The following two images, albeit for the RTK3, may provide you some assistance, and also the following pdfs may be able to help.

http://fukw.co.uk/fukw/RTK_3_Instructions.pdf

http://fukw.co.uk/fukw/Schaltplan%20Hella%20RTK-3.pdf

http://fukw.co.uk/fukw/UmschaltboxFunk.pdf

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Chris
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Re: PA Box Wiring

Post by Dubmatix » Sat Jan 19, 2013 9:42 pm

I didn't thank you for these Chris, but they did help on my qyest, thanks! It turns out that in the TEL80 (and the FuKW78 most likely as it has the same speaker unit) the forward radio (Funk2) needs to have the optional amplifer board in it to take run the radio audio/handset out of the roof speaker.
If you want to run audio through the roof speaker, a 12V 10W mono amp board (simple kits from Maplin/Velleman etc) or indeed a spare output from your stereo (mine's 25W but that's proabably peak and i don't over drive it) will be needed unless you happen to have the correct radio set in the forward mount. :D

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Re: PA Box Wiring

Post by custardbomb » Sat Jan 19, 2013 10:09 pm

I take it you are now a happy man with a working loudspeaker you are going to have a lot of fun with :D

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