I am fairly certain that the OMNI-C series shipped with a Molex plug
jumpered on the accessory socket to enable the internal VFO. I had the C
Digital model with External VFO. The radio will NOT work without the jumper
on the accessory socket and the VFO IN/OUT jumper OR the External VFO
plugged into the accessory socket and the VFO IN/OUT jacks.
The External VFO when installed switches BOTH PTOs including RCV A/B, TX
A/B, and RCV A & B (dual receive).
73 ES DX,
Gary -- AB9M
From: Steve Hunt
Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 4:24 PM
To: Discussion of Ten-Tec Equipment
Subject: Re: [TenTec] Omni C
I wouldn't expect the Accessory connector to need a jumper.
>From the look of the schematics, the remote VFO system - unlike the
Corsair - leaves both PTOs running continuously; they simply switch the
PTO RF output.
On 20/02/2012 22:12, Paul DeWitte wrote:
> My Omni C has the accessories jack in the back, BUT it does not have a
> jumper plug in it when not using the VFO.
> There is a jumper in the VFO out and in. That has to be in place when not
> using the VFO.
> The Corsair II has a jumper in the Accessory jack when not using the VFO.
> Also the jumper for VFO out and in has to be in place when not using the
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