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Thema: Realistic PRO 27 Bedienungsanleitung gesucht

  1. #1
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    Standard Realistic PRO 27 Bedienungsanleitung gesucht

    Hallo,
    ich bin neu hier in diesem Forum und hab auch gleich eine Bitte :
    Hat jemand von euch eine Bedienungsanleitung für den Scanner Realistic PRO 27
    z.B. als Pdf ?

    Gruß Frank

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    Hallo,

    da muß ich leider passen. Ich finde auch keine vernünftigen Fotos im Internet, damit man vergleichen könnte, ob es vielleicht etwas Baugleiches gibt.
    73 und viel Spaß im Forum
    Markus, DL9DMN / DMN999

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    Hallo Walter ,
    Leider ist auf der Seite das Owner Manual not available.
    Weiß jemand noch einen anderen Link ( möglichst auf Deutsch ) ?
    Gruß Frank

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    Hallo,ein Bild gibt es hier :
    http://www.stiegler- elektronik.de/scanner/pro27.htm

    Gruß Frank

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    kennsiemir Gast

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    Hier nochmal ein Bild
    Miniaturansichten angehängter Grafiken Miniaturansichten angehängter Grafiken pro27.jpg  

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    Hm, auch auf diesem Bild sind die die Tastenbeschriftungen
    nicht lesbar (das hatte ich ja auch im Internet schon gefunden).

    Eventuell ist diese Anleitung verwendbar:

    https://www.pmr-funkgeraete.de/wws/stuff/bda_ae65h.pdf
    73 und viel Spaß im Forum
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    Your PRO-27 is a compact monitor/receiver that makes it easy to follow
    the action wherever you go. It picks up any two frequencies you select
    in the VHF HI (144-174 MHz) band or the UHF (450-512 MHz) band. Public
    service communications, police, fire, civil defense, the 2-meter ham
    radio bands (144 - 148 MHz), and many other services share these bands.
    Radio Shack's "Police Call Directory including Fire & Emergency Services"
    is an excellent reference for finding specific frequencies in different
    locales.

    Obtain the correct crystals for the frequencies that interest you and
    plug the crystals in. Your local Radio Shack has crystals on hand, or
    can special-order them for you. (See "Specifications," Faxback Doc. #
    39657.)

    For your own protection, record the serial number of this unit in the
    space provided. You'll find the serial number in the battery compartment.

    Your receiver operates between 144 to 174 MHz and from 450 to 512 MHz.
    For the best sensitivity on the VHF Hi band, stay within +/4 MHz of 153
    MHz (149.157 MHz) and UHF, +/15 MHz of 465 MHz (450-480 MHz). The
    reception can be moved up or down in either band of frequencies by
    special realignment of the front-end circuitry of this receiver. This
    realignment should be attempted only by qualified electronic service
    technicians who have adequately calibrated, precision test equipment.

    INSTALLING THE CRYSTALS

    The crystals are not provided with your PRO-27 monitor/receiver because
    different locations determine which frequencies are available. Also,
    each individual decides which frequencies are of greatest interest.

    You can choose one for the UHF band and one for the VHF Hi band. Or,
    you can choose two separate frequencies in the same band. Radio Shack
    can help you find the correct crystals for the frequencies of your
    choice.

    Press down on the battery compartment cover and slide it off in the
    direction of the arrow.

    The receptacles for the two crystals are designated in the illustration
    as A and B. Insert the crystals into the receptacles. Set the
    corresponding Band Selector switch to coincide with the band in which
    the crystal's frequency is found (U for UHF and V for VHF Hi.)

    Because crystal frequencies must be extremely accurate, we recommend that
    you obtain crystals for your pocket receiver only at Radio Shack. Be sure
    to specify the catalog number and model name of your unit. We cannot be
    responsible for the poor or improper operation of crystals obtained from
    any other manufacturer.


    INSTALLING THE BATTERY

    Lift the battery snap out of the compartment. Snap a 9-volt battery
    over the battery contacts. We recommend Radio Shack's 23-553 Alkaline
    Battery or 23-583 Extra-Life. Place the battery in the compartment and
    replace the cover.


    ATTACHING THE BELT CLIP
    Through the slots on the back of the receiver slide the belt clip upward
    until it locks into place.


    CONNECTING THE ANTENNA

    Screw the flexible (rubber ducky) antenna into the ANT connector on top
    of the receiver.


    CONNECTING THE EARPHONE

    An earphone (optional) can be connected to the EAR jack on top of the
    unit. Radio Shack's mini plug earphone Cat. No. 33-175 fits this jack.

    1. Turn on the power by turning VOLUME to the right.

    2. Slide the channel switch to A or B, depending on which frequency
    you want.

    3. Turn SQUELCH down until you hear a rushing sound.

    4. Turn SQUELCH upward only enough to stop the rushing sound.

    NOTE: You cannot adjust SQUELCH properly during a transmission. Wait
    until signals cease to make the adjustment. If you set SQUELCH
    correctly, the PRO-27 will appear to be "dead" until a signal
    comes in. When a signal comes in the squelch circuit opens up and
    you hear the signal.


    SIGNALS YOU CAN RECEIVE

    Each area of the country uses different frequencies, but we can give you
    some general pointers.

    Amateur Radio 144-148 MHz
    430-450 MHz

    Local Government Services (police, 153.785 to 155.98 MHz
    fire, similar emergency services) 158.73 to 159.46 MHz
    160.0 to 161.9 MHz

    Some Larger Cities Local Government 453.025 to 453.95 MHz
    Services 456.025 to 459.95 MHz

    Mobile Units and Control Stations 456.025 to 459.95 MHz
    (5 kHz intervals between mobile unit 460.025 to 464.975 MHz
    and base)

    Great Lakes Area 156 to 158 MHz
    a. Distress Signals 156.8 MHz
    b. Intership Safety, Search & 156.3 MHz
    Rescue
    c. U.S. Coast Guard Liaison 157.1 MHz
    d. Non-commercial Ship to Shore 156.425 MHz

    Continuous Weather Broadcasts (Check 162.40 MHz
    with your local FCC office or 162.55 MHz
    National Weather Service for the 162.475 MHz
    correct frequency in your area.)
    CHANNELS OF OPERATION: Two, determined by the two crystals operating in
    the frequency range

    FREQUENCY RANGE: 144 TO 174 MHz, 450 to 470 MHz, 470 to 512 MHz

    FREQUENCY COVERAGE: VHF HI
    8 MHz for maximum sensitivity (153 MHz +/-4 MHz)
    UHF
    30 MHz for maximum sensitivity (465 MHz +/-15 MHz)

    SENSITIVITY: Better than 1.5 microV for (S + N)/N = 20 dB

    MODULATION ACCEPTANCE: +/-5 kHz

    I.F.: 10.7 MHz and 455 kHz

    FILTERS: 10.7 MHz Ceramic Filter and 455 kHz Ceramic Filter

    SQUELCH SENSITIVITY: Variable from less than 1 microV at threshold

    AUDIO POWER: 200 mW max.

    POWER REQUIREMENTS: 9-volt battery (Radio Shack Cat. No. 23-553 or 23-583)

    Current drain: 25 mA (squelched), 100 mA (full volume unsquelched)

    SEMICONDUCTORS: Two Integrated Circuits 8 silicon Transistors, 2 Diode

    SPEAKER 1 3/4 inch (4.5 cm). 32 ohm Permanent Magnet, dynamic type

    ANTENNA: Flexible screw-in type (rubber ducky)

    CRYSTAL REQUIREMENTS: Standard HC-25.U 3rd overtone

    MEASUREMENT: 4 3/4" X 2 13/16" x 1 1/16" (12.0 x 7.1 x 2.7 cm HWD)

    WEIGHT: 0.4 lb (180 g)

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    Nach einer Quarzmühle schaut das Gerät auf dem Foto
    aber nun wirklich nicht aus Gab wohl früher schon
    einmal einen anderen Pro27

    Aber die Bedienung sollte doch nun wirklich kinderleicht sein.
    Geändert von Admin (13.07.2009 um 17:55 Uhr)
    73 und viel Spaß im Forum
    Markus, DL9DMN / DMN999

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    Standard Ich habe eine!

    Hallo,
    Falls die Bedienungsanleitung noch Gesucht wird, ich kann eine anbieten. Falls gewünscht sogar mit Gerät

    LG Erik

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