Fits all radios with a six pin frequency counter jack. No soldering is required...the FC347 plugs directly into a socket on the back of the radio next to the antenna connector
Can also be wired internally and includes the cable to do it.
2 year limited parts and labor warranty
Jim Reas |
Use this with the Ranger American Spirit radio. Works great. A good meter to have on the 10 meter band. And at a good price.
Steve A |
I purchased the Galaxy FC347 Frequency Counter to install into my Galaxy DX959B CB radio. The frequency counter on the radio is only 5 digit and not accurate enough to stay on frequency when using SSB.
The FC347 comes with the internal radio harness necessary to install in the radio. I downloaded the instructions for my radio from CB******.
At the same time I unlocked the clarifier circuit in the radio in order to be able to adjust the transmit frequency along with the receive frequency.
Doing both of these things made a huge difference. I can now stay on SSB frequency using the new 6 digit counter.
Steve A |
I purchased the Galaxy FC347 from Copper Electronics to hookup to my Galaxy DX959B radio. I needed the six digit read out so I could better tune in the sideband channels. The internal harness to wire it up does come with the meter, You need to be adapt at some very fine soldering. I also unlocked the clarifier on the radio and now I can adjust my transmit frequency dead on. Folks say thet can understand me great now on the sideband channels.
This is a great meter for the Galaxy radios, as well as other brands.
Steve A |
I have a Galaxy DX959B radio. Talking on sideband, I was getting numerous complaints that I was off frequency as much as 500 htz. The clarifier on these radios are locked, meaning that they are adjustable on receiving, but do nothing for transmitting. I ordered the Galaxy FC347 Plug in Freq. Counter from Copper Electronics. First I should say that the 5 digit frequency meter on the DX959B does not go far enough, and the DX959 does not have the factory harness on the back for an external meter. You really need that 6th digit.
I unlocked the clarifier circuit, thereby tying the transmit and receive adjustment together. This works great. Next, I installed the Galaxy supplied harness in the radio for the FC347 meter. Now this is the meter that the DX959 should have from the factory. I can now fine tune (adjust) the clarifier and keep my radio on center frequency when transmitting. People now tell me I sound good on sideband.