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CB40 / Beta Testing of the CB40 Thorn 1503 install
« on: October 23, 2018, 11:07:55 PM »
Thorn 1503 install

here is an old thorn 1503 i got a while back that had been butchered, had 7 switches in it 4 on the back and the 2 on the front, they used the cb/pa and the NL/B as well it was a nightmare to bring back to standard,

This had a 40ch switch in it but i wanted to use it and up grade it to the CB40 upgrade.

here are some photos as i was installing it, sorry about the birds nest of wiring, i will be installing new zip ties in it later, when i get a new Blue OLED screen.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTiEU4YytOs
























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CB40 / Beta tested CB40 in to a Ferris SSB-5000
« on: October 23, 2018, 08:04:12 PM »
Beta tested CB40 in to a Ferris SSB-5000

Latest firmware

When first installed only found channels from 1 7 didnt work, found out by the designer of the CB40 that we need 9 wires for the upd858 PLL due to it being a 10bit pll, problem solved with a firmware update and an ectra wire from the CB40 to pin 21 on the 858PLL..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0b3Vy1-shyc

CB40 into a Realistic TRC449 18 channel SSB, that was given to me by a mate as a parts radio, happy to say its not a parts radio anymore.

install of the CB40 as follows by the photos.










































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CB40A / Re: Official support for CB40A
« on: October 23, 2018, 11:17:10 AM »
23/10/2018 11:09am added default large screen and ROM enabled or disabled according to the PLL presets. You will still have to select a default channel and if manually programming it you will have to manually set Binary/BCD, NCode (PLL Offeset), large or small screen and default channel but the presets should do all that except default channel.

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CB40 / Re: Official support for CB40
« on: October 23, 2018, 11:10:16 AM »
23/10/2018 11:09am added default large screen and ROM enabled or disabled according to the PLL presets. You will still have to select a default channel and if manually programming it you will have to manually set Binary/BCD, NCode (PLL Offeset), large or small screen and default channel but the presets should do all that except default channel.

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CB40A / CB40A Sale $35 plus shipping/postage
« on: October 22, 2018, 07:42:53 PM »
CB40A kit Sale info

$35 plus shipping/postage

Contact Peter on this Email: cb40switch@tpg.com.au
tell peter your postcode and all needed info so he can give you a price on postage.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8M97A7fjZc&t=46s

Installed into a HMV Roadhound TX77 SSB 18ch radio.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=do7b523YEiY

http://www.cbrtia.com/cb40.a.c/cb40A/videos/10000000_1859945397460723_1723342403315695616_n.mp4

The Kit

Hardware
  • CB40 in a custom 3D printed case with holes on all sides so you can use cable ties to install it.
  • Encoder on a custom board
  • OLED screen (0.96" 128X64 White OLED I2C IIC Serial LCD LED SSD Display SSD1306)
  • CB40A 3D (3 piece.  Inner and front and rear shell), Printed housing with the encoder and OLED screen fitted
Cables
  • Encoder Cable
  • OLED Cable
  • Power Cable
  • PLL cables
  • Scan Cable

No Warranty Given
  • On the OLED screen if you brake it or burn it out from getting the wires wrong way around.
  • On the CB40 if you damage it or burn it out due to wiring it wrong. or you in anyway try to modify the CB40 in any way thats not been instructed by the designer.
  • if you cut or drill or modify the housing in anyway this isnt covered by Warranty

CB40 will be tested and have the latest firmware at time of shipping


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                                                                          NOTICE
  • Please note that the screen will not be seen behind dark red defusers on the radio, you need to remove the red or green window, please also read the FAQ before you buy.
  • If your not sure if your confident enough to install this kit get a tech to install it for you, Contact Ray at Razor Radios Ray at Razor Radios to get a quote on installing the CB40A into your radio.
  • Please use contact email address to let the seller know what post code your from so they can give you a price on postage
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CB40 / CB40 Sale $25 plus shipping/postage
« on: October 22, 2018, 06:01:46 PM »
CB40 kit Sale info

$25 plus shipping/postage
Contact Peter on this Email: cb40switch@tpg.com.au
tell him what your needing CB40 or CB40A or the CB40 done for a PC122 or ST901, hard wired, and give him your postcode so he can give you a price on postage.

Features
Scan, up or down by the channel knob
Voltage Display (Real time 4 Digit)
Frequency Display (6 Digit)
Channel Display ( White Oled)

CB40
$25 (+ postage depending on location)
case (which is a half case protecting the Arduino because the top of the CB40 is your jumper connections), CB40,
OLED cable (4 pin),
Encoder cable (5 pin),
scan cable (3 pin),
power cable (2 pin),
white OLED 128x64 display,
EC11 rotary encoder.

Parts you will need to supply
Strong Double Sided tape
A few small Cable ties

Tools you will need to install the CB40
Phillips head screw driver
Soldering iron
Solder sucker
De-solder braid/wick
Wire Cutters
Solder
Hot melt glue gun and hot melt glue sticks

You must state if its for a PC122 or a Pearce Simpson ST901, or just a normal CB40 for all other radios, the CB40 for the 2 radios mentioned need to have all the wires hard wired instead of header pins due to the limited amount of space in these 2 radios.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLP80IojJ5w&t=3s

Installed into a Uniden PC122
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qesg-YlKWUg&t=6s

The Kit

Hardware
  • CB40 in a custom 3D printed case with holes on all sides so you can use cable ties to install it.
  • Encoder on a custom board
  • OLED screen (0.96" 128X64 White OLED I2C IIC Serial LCD LED SSD Display SSD1306)
Cables
  • Encoder Cable
  • OLED Cable
  • Power Cable
  • PLL cables
  • Scan Cable

No Warranty Given
  • On the OLED screen if you brake it or burn it out from getting the wires wrong way around.
  • On the CB40 if you damage it or burn it out due to wiring it wrong. or you in anyway try to modify the CB40 in any way thats not been instructed by the designer.

CB40 will be tested and have the latest firmware at time of shipping

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                                                                          NOTICE
  • When ordering you must state type of encoder, is it spline shaft or D shaft, long or short, also if your going to install the unit into a PC122, tell the seller this as the CB40 for the PC122 has to have all cables hard wired to the CB40, as space in the PC122 is limited to sweet fuck all.
  • Please note that the screen will not be seen behind dark red defusers on the radio, you need to remove the red or green window, please also read the FAQ before you buy.
  • If your not sure if your confident enough to install this kit get a tech to install it for you, Contact Ray at Razor Radios Ray at Razor Radios to get a quote on installing the CB40 into your radio.
  • Please use contact email address to let the seller know what post code your from so they can give you a price on postage
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CB40A / Re: Official support for CB40A
« on: October 22, 2018, 04:09:20 PM »
22/10/2018  Mod 2 - additional support for 10 bit uPD858 PLL. Found that you need 9 wires to the 858 PLL, with the 8 wires you lose channels 1 to 7, so added a 9th wire and firmware update coding for the extra wire.

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CB40 / Re: Official support for CB40
« on: October 22, 2018, 03:43:02 PM »
22/10/2018  Mod 2 - additional support for 10 bit uPD858 PLL. Found that you need 9 wires to the 858 PLL, with the 8 wires you lose channels 1 to 7, so added a 9th wire and firmware update coding for the extra wire.

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CB40A / Re: Official support for CB40A
« on: October 20, 2018, 10:26:10 AM »
New firmware update

20/10/2018 -1:31 Bugfix: When changing scan level font would switch to small screen mode. Fixed.

20/10/2018 - 2:45 Bugfix: Removed default channel status from all menu settings except default channel.

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CB40 / Re: Official support for CB40
« on: October 20, 2018, 10:24:53 AM »
New firmware update

20/10/2018 -1:31 Bugfix: When changing scan level font would switch to small screen mode. Fixed.

20/10/2018 - 2:45 Bugfix: Removed default channel status from all menu settings except default channel.

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CB40A / Re: Installing the CB40A into 2 radios
« on: October 15, 2018, 07:08:00 PM »
here are the casings for the CB40A

The4 Leds back lighting you have to supply.












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CB40 / Re: Official support for CB40
« on: October 13, 2018, 10:43:39 PM »
a new firmware update has been made

Fixed
Bug for the home channel not saving when chosen.

Updated
6 digit frequency readout from 5 digit

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NEWS AND UPDATES / New look forum Theme
« on: October 10, 2018, 06:37:04 PM »
We have changed the look of the forum and the portal with a new them, that we made changes to the look of this new theme by changing the footer and header graphics and changed the forum icons and gave it a CB radio feel

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CB40C Project Coming in 2020 / Official support for CB40C
« on: October 10, 2018, 04:01:22 PM »
Official support for CB40C

if the FAQ dont have the answers post in here and see if we can help you.

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CB40A / Official support for CB40A
« on: October 10, 2018, 03:59:19 PM »
Official support for CB40A

if the FAQ dont have the answers post in here and see if we can help you.

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