Colt Excalibur SSB with ptbm059cox Rogerbeep

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Colt Excalibur SSB with ptbm059cox Rogerbeep

Postby bernado » 12 Aug 2017, 08:51

Hello, I have a question!
How to disable the Roger Beep on the device?
It is always switched on!
Maybe a capacitor remove as with the Hy Gain?

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Re: Colt Excalibur SSB with ptbm059cox Rogerbeep

Postby bernado » 12 Aug 2017, 18:22

Does no one have an idea?

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Re: Colt Excalibur SSB with ptbm059cox Rogerbeep

Postby Mitch » 12 Aug 2017, 18:48

The 059 board doesn't have a bleep, it must be an addon board. It will usually be one with, or connected to, a small relay and removing the 9v feed from it should disable it. Best I can do without pics.
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Re: Colt Excalibur SSB with ptbm059cox Rogerbeep

Postby Black Spirit » 12 Aug 2017, 19:47

I have never heard of a colt excalibur [silver fronted] with an 059 board all the ones i have seen are PTBM121 which have the Hygain beep

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Re: Colt Excalibur SSB with ptbm059cox Rogerbeep

Postby highvoltageuk » 12 Aug 2017, 20:27

Doesn't This radio have the Nato bleep PCMA001S
Kenwood TS-680s
Maas DX5000 v4

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Re: Colt Excalibur SSB with ptbm059cox Rogerbeep

Postby dt307 » 13 Aug 2017, 08:57

bernado wrote:Does no one have an idea?

Yes lots of people on here know how to do it

Don't mean to be funny have a bit of respect for all the helpers on here.they don't just sit on the forum waiting to serve you.

Strange you can't even wait half a day for some one to reply before you got impatient......and yet you don't reply to Nick and mich and yet more time has passed .

Let's get back on track

As Nick says they normally a 121 board

Please post 2 good pictures on the inside all the radio not just the board
One component side
One solder side

From this we can tell exactly what board and or sub board and help you further
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Re: Colt Excalibur SSB with ptbm059cox Rogerbeep

Postby bernado » 13 Aug 2017, 10:08

OK i make a Photo from the Colt Excalibur
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Re: Colt Excalibur SSB with ptbm059cox Rogerbeep

Postby bernado » 13 Aug 2017, 11:03

The following boards are installed!
PTBM059COC
PTZZ053AOX
PTSW072COX
PTOS006AOX
Maybe this helps?

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Re: Colt Excalibur SSB with ptbm059cox Rogerbeep

Postby Mitch » 13 Aug 2017, 11:36

The PTZZ053AOX is the bleep board, same as Formac 120 with two small relays, so you could take out a cap or remove the 9v (BAS) feed. I've got the same board in my Concorde Mk1 for the CW but it's wired differently and I haven't found a circuit diagram yet.
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Re: Colt Excalibur SSB with ptbm059cox Rogerbeep

Postby bernado » 13 Aug 2017, 11:49

OK thank you for this Information ,i will lock later

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Re: Colt Excalibur SSB with ptbm059cox Rogerbeep

Postby Mitch » 13 Aug 2017, 11:56

I've just found a Formac diagram and it's Pin 5 on the 053 board, looks like TX volts (BT) rather than 9v so I'm a bit rusty, it's been a while. Disconnect Pin 5 and it should stop the beep and delay but still RX/TX properly. Or put it on a switch.
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Re: Colt Excalibur SSB with ptbm059cox Rogerbeep

Postby bernado » 13 Aug 2017, 13:02

Ok i have found it!
2 caps 1 for the Beep and 1 for the Delay!
Thanks for all!
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Re: Colt Excalibur SSB with ptbm059cox Rogerbeep

Postby dt307 » 13 Aug 2017, 13:07

On the bleep board switch any leg of c6 should do it
Bit late as i think you sorted it now
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Re: Colt Excalibur SSB with ptbm059cox Rogerbeep

Postby pienari » 14 Aug 2017, 06:59

Hi.
I have 2 diferrent Excaliburs.
PTBM058 am/ssb 40ch board and PTBM131 am/fm/ssb 160ch board.
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Re: Colt Excalibur SSB with ptbm059cox Rogerbeep

Postby bernado » 14 Aug 2017, 16:49

Yes many boards were installed!


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