This article contains notes on installation of a Roger Beep inside a Kenwood TS2000 transceiver.
CAVEAT: Any modifications that you make to your transceiver are entirely your own responsibility. Owen Duffy takes no responsibility for the accuracy of this article, or for the outcome of your modifications. Modification of a transceiver may have implications for original warranty.
Fig 1 shows Roger Beep module with optional connector and enclosed in heatshrink tube. Note the hole cut in the shrink wrap to provide access to the level adjustment pot.
Fig 2 shows the module tucked in under the ribbon cables. Make sure that the wires going to the MIC jack do not foul the fan rotor.
Fig 3 shows the connection of the Roger Beep module at the back of the MIC jack. The track of the PTT pin is cut, and the cream and white wires here attach each side of the cut track. Better access to the MIC PCB can be obtained by taking the ring off the front of the jack, and lifting the module out of the front panel assembly.
Before finally tucking the module into the transceiver:
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