Radio Wiring Details

 

 

     Radio

Diagram Number

          Radio

Diagram Number

 

 

 

 

 

Academy

          F

Kernow New Beta 3100

           K

 

Alan 48/ 78

          K

Kernow 4100

           K

 

Alba CBM-5

          G

Kenwood TS-430

           X

 

Albrecht AE- 5150

          K

Kenwood TS-520

           S

 

Albrecht AE- 4400

  K

Kenwood TS-140/440/850

           X

 

Albrecht Alpha 4000

          K

Kenwood TS-505 / HTX-100

           X

 

Amstrad 900/901

          C

Kenwood TS-450 / TS-690

           XC

 

Atron CB-507

          U

Kraco KCB-4030

           C

 

Audioline 340/341/345

          U

Kraco KCB-4004

           U

 

 

 

 

 

 

Barracuda (black front)

          B

Lake Manxman

           F

 

Barracuda (silver front)

          F

Lancaster

           C

 

Binatone Route 66

          C

LCL Economy/Enterprise

           D

 

Binatone Speedway

          B

LCL 2740

           J

 

Binatone 5 Star

          C

Legionnaire

          G

 

Breaker 40 FM

          C

Lowe TX-40

          C

 

 

 

 

 

 

Capital Oslo (sept)

          XA

Magpie Autoscan

          T

 

Cats Whiskers

          D

Marko 444

          B

 

CB Master 2040

          M

Major 360

          C

 

Cheiza

          F

Maxcom 4/6/7/16/20/21E

          M

 

Cobra 19 GTL

          U

Maxcom 30E

          C

 

Cobra 21X 19X

          M

Maxon 1000/2000

          K

 

Cobra 148 GTL DX

          U

Maycom EM-27

          K

 

Cobra 21  GTL

          U

Midland 2001/ 3001/ 4001

          C

 

Colt Excalibur

          C

Midland 6001/ 7001

          C

 

Colt 320/444/510/870/1200

          C

Midland Alan 48/ 78

          K

 

Colt 210/295/355/720

          M

Midland Power Max (77-250)

          C

 

Commtel base station

          C

Midland 099/ 104/ 104D

          M

 

Commtel GT 868

          F

Midland 095/ 104-GTL

          C

 

Commtron CB-40F

          M

Midland 76-900

          C

 

Commtron VIII/CXX

          M

Midland 77-1165/ 1166

          Q

 

Commtron Nato

          B

Midland 77-805 portable

          P

 

Communicator

          C

Midland 100M

          M

 

Compact 40

          C

Moonraker Major/ Minor

          C

 

Consam 1320

          C

Murphy Homebase

          A

 

Cybernet 1000/2000/3000

          C

Mustang 1000/2000/3000

          C

 

 

 

 

 

 

Danita Mk3/ Mk5

          I

Nato 40 FM/ 2000

          C

 

Danita 240/640/1240

          U

Nentone

          F

 

Danita 440/ 1540

          V

New Formac 88

          M

 

Delta 4000

          C

 

 

 

DNT B40/ M40

          D

Oscar

          B

 

DNT Contact 2/ Contact 40

          Z

 

 

 

DNT Transit

          Z

Pama Derby/ GX-1000

          M

 

Domico Convoy 1

          C

Pama GX 19/25/29/2000

          C

 

 

 

Pama MX30E

          U

 

Elftone

          F

Pegasus-7

          C

 

Eurosonic ES40/ ES 407

          L

Planet 2000

          C

 

Eurosonic Euro - 2

          E

President AR-144/ AX - 144

          U

 

Eurosonic Mk 2

          F

President AR - 7

          B

 

 

 

President Andrews / Adams

          U

 

Falcon FCB-1281

          C

President DwightD/KP-77

          U

 

Fidelity 1000/ 3000

          F

President George

          K

 

Fidelity 2000/ 2001

          C

President Grant

          U

 

Ford Roadmaster

          C

President Herbert

          K

 

Formac 88

          M

President Jackson/James

          K

 

Formac 120

          C

President Lincoln

          N

 

 

 

President Madison

         W

 

Galaxy Neptune/Pluto

          U

PT-40

          C

 

GE 3-5804/3-5805

          L

 

 

 

Gecol GT 868

          F

Quasar MCB-400

          U

 

General Electric

          L

 

 

 

Grandstand Bluebird

          I

Radiomobile 201/ 202

          C

 

Grandstand Gemini

          D

RadioShack (80 ch)

          K

 

Grandstand Hawk

          C

Ranger RCI-2950

          R

 

Grandstand homebase

          U

Realistic 2000/ 2001

          L

 

 

 

Realistic 2002/2005

          L

 

Ham Concorde/ Multimode

          C

Realistic Home base

          L

 

Ham Int Explorer/ Jumbo

          C

Realistic

          U

 

Ham Int UK/ Hamscan 40

          C

Realistic TRC-450

          V

 

Ham Int Puma/ Viking

          C

Rotel 220/230/240

          C

 

Ham Int (all models)

          C

 

 

 

Harrier CB/ CBX/ CBHQ

          C

Sapphire 2000

          F

 

Harry Moss 325

          U

Sapphire 4000

          B

 

Harvard 402/404/407/420

          C

Satcom Scan 2000/4000/40F

          C

 

Harvard Goodbuddy

          G

Scooper MKY-550E/ 440B

          U

 

Harvard 4000 M

          E

Serpent 4000

          C

 

Hygain III

          B

Shogun

          H

 

Hygain V

          C

Signal 1001

          C

 

 

 

Skiptech 4000

          C

 

Icom ICB-1050

          C

Sonic

          F

 

Icom IC-22/ IC-24

          XB

Stalker ST-9 (original)

          W

 

Icom IC-725/ IC 751

          XB

Stalker ST-9 FDX

          U

 

Interceptor TC-300

          C

Stalker 20

          W

 

 

 

Sun 401

          C

 

Jaws

          M

Superstar 120 FM

          U

 

Jesan (all models?)

          C

Superstar 2000/ 360

          C

 

Jesan Homebase

          K

Superstar 3900

          U

 

J W R

          C

 

 

 

 

 

Team Classic 404

          C

 

Kernow Beta 1100

          C

Team TSM-404/TRX-404

           C

 

Kernow Beta 2100/3100

          K

Team Eurocontrol

           K

 

Kernow NEW Beta 2100

          O

Team TS- 1000

           M

 

Team Euro 3004 Homebase

          K

Team 3100 Homebase

           C

 

Team Transcom-8000

          K

Tokai

           F

 

 

 

 

 

 

Uniace 100/ 200/300

          U

Uniden 100/ 200/300

           U

 

Uniden 400/ 404

          U

Uniden 2830

           N

 

Uniden Pro 420/ 450/ 620

          U

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

York 861/ 863/ 867

          C

Yaesu 747/ 757/ 850

           Y

 

Yaesu FT 101/ FT7/ FT901

          U

Yaesu FT290/ 730

           XD

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zodiac M-244

          I

Zodiac M-144

           I

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WARNING:

On radios with more than four pins you may often find that there is a voltage present on one or more of the
other pins.  If you short this
pin to earth or to another pin you may damage the set.
Do not use the method below for checking the radio wiring if this is the case.
With the radio switched off,
use a multi meter to find which pin is earthed.
This will be the COMMON.
Switch the radio on.  Turn the volume to half way and open the squelch.
Connect a short wire to the –ve of your power supply. Touch the other end of this wire to each of
the pins of the microphone socket in turn.
One pin will cause the radio to start receiving (noise heard from speaker).
This is the RECEIVE pin.
One pin will cause the radio to start transmitting (light illuminates or meter keys across).
This will be the TRANSMIT pin.
The final pin will be the AUDIO.
If there is more then one unidentified pin the Audio pin might be identified by keying the radio and then touching
each pin in turn with your finger.  When you touch the AUDIO pin a buzz can be heard on another radio or receiver.
Below are diagrams showing radio wirings for several radios.  The diagrams with thin black outline and black pins
are for DIN plugs.  The solid black diagrams with white pins are for normal ‘screw-in’ microphone plugs.
For all ‘screw-in’ microphone plugs the pins are numbered anti-clockwise from the top left hand pin (from the
solder side).
If you need further assistance just contact    
Oscar Kilo. Head quarters   UK.  Andy  26 OK 001.

 

 

Microphone

         T                 

         R

         A

         C  

        SC

Altai DM-500

RED

BLACK

WHITE

SHIELD

 

Altai DM-520

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

SHIELD

 

Altai DM-510

WHITE

RED

YELOW

SHIELD

BLACK

Altai DM-315E

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

Altai DM-313P

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

Altai echo base mic

BLACK

RED

WHITE

SHIELD

 

Altai TW-232

GREEN

RED

YELLOW

SHIELD

BLUE

Astatic (All)

RED

BLACK

WHITE

SHIELD

BLUE

 

 

 

 

 

 

CB 99

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

SHIELD

 

Cheiza

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

SHIELD

 

Citizen

RED

BLACK

WHITE

SHIELD

 

Cobra (Power)

RED

BLACK

WHITE

SHIELD

BLUE

Cobra CA-73

RED

BLUE

WHITE

SHIELD

 

Cobra CA-75/77/79

RED

BLUE

WHITE

SHIELD

BLACK

Cobra CA-72 base

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

Courier (heart shape)

RED

BLACK

WHITE

SHIELD

 

Cte Hand mics

WHITE

RED

BLUE

SHIELD

 

Cte Base mics

WHITE

GREEN

BLUE

SHIELD

BROWN

Cte HFS Master

BLUE

GREEN

WHITE

SHIELD

BROWN

Cte Yuppie Cordless

WHITE

RED

BLUE

SHIELD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Densei DM-307 AB2

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

Densei DM-308 AB2

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

Densei EC-2002

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elur 510 (6 volt)

WHITE

BLUE

YELLOW

SHIELD

BLACK

ES-880 (S/W)

BLACK

RED

WHITE

SHIELD

 

Euro CB DM-437

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

Euro CB TW-232

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

Euro CB EC-990

GREEN

BROWN

BLUE

SHIELD

 

Euro CB DM-200RB

BLUE

BLACK

YELLOW

SHIELD

 

Euro CB EC-2018

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ham INT TW-232

GREEN

RED

YELOW

SHIELD

BLACK

Ham Master 4200/4500

GREEN

RED

YELLOW

SHIELD

BLUE

Ham Relax (power)

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

Hills 507/ 520

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

SHIELD

 

Hills 510 (power)

WHITE

RED

YELLOW

SHIELD

BLACK

HL-01 Telephone

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

SHIELD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I.C. Echo mic

BLACK

WHITE

YELLOW

SHIELD

RED

 

 

 

 

 

 

K40 Speech processor

RED

BLUE

WHITE

SHIELD

BLACK

K40 Dynamic mic

RED

BLUE

WHITE

SHIELD

BLACK

Kernow CB-560

RED

BLUE

WHITE

SHIELD

BLACK

Kernow CB-720

RED

BLUE

WHITE

SHIELD

BLACK

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leson TW-232

GREEN

RED

YELLOW

SHIELD

BLUE

Leson 4200

GREEN

RED

YELLOW

SHIELD

BLUE

Leson 4500

YELLOW

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAAS KM-9900 (e/b)

RED

BLUE

WHITE

SHIELD

BLACK

Miranda DM-510

WHITE

RED

YELLOW

SHIELD

BLACK

Miranda DM-311

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

Miranda Tel.mic

BLACK

WHITE

RED

SHIELD

 

Moonraker (power)

BROWN

GREEN

WHITE

SHIELD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nimans power mic

BLUE

GREEN

YELLOW

SHIELD

RED

 

 

 

 

 

 

Opek DM-452

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

Opek DM-437

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pace

RED

BLACK

WHITE

SHIELD

 

Pama DM-350

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

SHIELD

 

Pama DM-502

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

SHIELD

 

Pama DM-520

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

SHIELD

 

Pama DM-538

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

SHIELD

 

Pama DM-538 (old)

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

SHIELD

BLUE

Pama DM-436

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

 

Pama DM-452

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

Pama DY-40

RED

BLUE

WHITE

SHIELD

 

Pama DM-531

WHITE

RED

YELLOW

SHIELD

BLACK

Pama Voice lab

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

Pama +3C

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

Pama DM-437

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

Philmore telephone

GREEN

RED

WHITE

SHIELD

YELLOW

Piezo DX-357

RED

BLUE

YELLOW

SHIELD

WHITE

Pro King

BLUE

BLACK

WHITE

SHIELD

RED

 

 

 

 

 

 

Realistic noise can

RED

BLACK

WHITE

SHIELD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sadelta (all)

BROWN

GREEN

WHITE

SHIELD

 

Samlex echo/power

RED

WHITE

YELLOW

SHIELD

BLACK

Saxton Rep mic

YELLOW

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

SW DM-350

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

SHIELD

 

SW DM-520

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

SHIELD

 

SW DM-502

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

SHIELD

 

SW DM-538

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

SHIELD

 

Sirtel (all)

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

Skipmaster 45000

YELLOW

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

Sound Lab DM-437

WHITE

BLUE

RED

SHIELD

BLACK

 

 

 

 

 

 

Turner (all)

BLUE

BLACK

WHITE

SHIELD

RED

Tec 2077

BLACK

WHITE

RED

SHIELD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WA 1000

RED

BLACK

WHITE

SHIELD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zetagi (all)

BLACK

RED

YELLOW

SHIELD

 

 

 

                                            How to wire a Microphone

 

If you are lucky, both your radio and microphone details will be listed.  You should then proceed with the following steps..

                  1.  Look up the wiring diagram for your radio..  On a piece of paper draw the
                       Microphone plug as shown in the appropriate diagram. These diagrams
                       Show the plug from the side you will be soldering.

                 2.  Look up your microphone and find the colour code.  Transfer the colours                    
                      listed to your drawing,  substituting the colour of the wire for the function
                      Listed on your diagram.

                  3. Now simply solder the wires to your plug exactly as you have them shown In your diagram
                      Astatic mic wiring for Audio line Radio.

                                                       FOR  EXAMPLE
On radios with more then four pins you may often  find that there is a voltage present on
one or more of the other pins, if you short this pin to earth or to another pin you may damage the set
Do not use the method below for checking the radio wiring if this is the case.
With the radio switched off, use a multimeter to find which pin is earthed.
This will be the COMMON.
Switch the radio on. Turn the volume to half way and open the squelch.  Connect a short wire to the -ve
of your power supply.  Touch the other end of this wire to each of the pins in turn.One pin will cause the
radio to start receiving…  This is the RECEIVE pin.
One pin will cause the radio to start transmitting.  This is the TRANSMIT pin.
The final pin will be the AUDIO

If there is more than one unidentified pin the AUDIO pin might be identified by keying the radio (by earthing
the transmit pin)  and then touching each pin in turn with your finger.  When you touch the AUDIO pin a buzz
can be heard on another radio or receiver.

There are basically three kinds of microphone used on CB radios
                            1 Dynamic standard microphone
                            2 electret (Condenser) standard microphone
                            3 power (amplified) microphone

Dynamic is the most common.. The electret microphone is more common on newer radios because of its compact
size & sensitivity. This will require a small voltage across the element. Not suitable for radios designed with dynamic mics

The power mic is basically either a dynamic or, more usually an electret mic with small amplifier built in the mic
handset with adjustable power slide .

Many new radios are manufactured with channel changer. up/down controls on the microphone, which work in
addition to the channel change on the radio .if I have missed any thing or you require any further info not on the
okdx websites please let me know.

we hope we hope to catch you on air best 73,s from all the Oscar kilo magic team