beep installed in the radio with on/off
Roger Beep is a marker tone that triggers when un keyed.
It produces a high pitch tone that is approximately 1/2 second
in length. It is installed inside the radio and normally put
on an existing switch so that it may be turned off and on.
If a suitable switch is not available, a switch can be added
to the side or back of the radio.
Please indicate the preferred placement (right, left or back).
If the radio has a mike jack on the side, the side opposite
the mike jack is usually the preferred side due to space limitations
Placement instructions may be added to the note section when
placing the order.
CAUTION: keep in mind that if a switch is added to the side
or back of the radio a hole will have to be drilled. Drilling
a hole in the case may void the factory warranty. We recommend
using a front panel switch such as the ch9, Brt/Din, Tone,
etc in order to preserve the factory warranty.