secure carrier boards battery HELP!

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secure carrier boards battery HELP!

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Does anyone know where i can get new secure carrier board batteries??
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For what radio?

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Spectra,


Thats it, thanks for photo :wink:
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Post by Will »

The battery part number is right on the battery. They are called Li Coin cells, 3 volts. I also found a way to keep the key and be able to take the board out of the radio for as long as needed. My need was for repairing the rest of the radio.
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Key retention

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How do you do that, Will? With a good battery on the carrier board, can you program the radio to retain the key with loss of power?
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Do the pins go on the board come with the batt??
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Post by Will »

Yes, the batteries come with leads.

I will get the photo of the jumper needed to retain the KEY even with the board out of the radio. (who can host the photo?).
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Hi Will Can the location of the req'd jumper be described from the photo posted by Maxtrac300?

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Please post a photo if you can, this will be good cuz i have a vhf 110 watt that does not have the KVL port, this way I can load the key in my uhf then transfer the board to the vhf and that’s IT!!!! :wink:
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send the photo and i will host it..
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Post by Will »

nypdcar1, I will send the photo Tues.

I ran into a Spectra, 1992 Hi power, that does not have the battery on the carrier board, Hm!
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thanks :wink:
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I can host the photo too! just send it to maxtrac300@hotmail.com
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Photo sent to: nypdcar1
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here u go

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Hi Will. My board is a little different, HLN6345A. But looking at your pic, it looks like the jumper basically grounds the - side of the battery to a ground bus on the carrier board. Looking at my carrier board, this ground function is completed by the radio when the board is installed, but when the board is removed, the ground disappears. Is this correct? If the jumper is installed, would that drain the carrier board battery sooner, if the radio sat without power? Thanks for your help, its been great.

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that board looks like the HLN6000B one
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Post by Will »

Yes, the jumper is the - side of the battery to ground on the board. It should not drain the battery any sooner than if it was installed in a radio without power applied.

If there is power applied to the radio the battery is not suppling any power to the 'chip'.
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Thanks again, Will, that is a great tip.

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is it ( + ) to ground Or ( - )To ground?
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Post by CTAMontrose »

now if someone had this for a saber, my life would be THAT much better!

i know, keep dreaming.
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Post by Will »

That is the - negatave terminal on the battery.
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