, is routed, between the second roof sec- retighten it securely against the mount- ing surface. tion and headlining. 68P81124E57-A and Motorola are registered trademarks of Motorola, Inc. Copyright © 2000 Motorola, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Mobile Gain Antennas Installation Drill the second 3/4-inch hole if required. Use extreme caution, though, to prevent punctur- ing the head lining. For proper seating of the mounting base and locking nut, remove any burrs and/or foreign matter from above and below the (top) 3/4- inch mounting hole.
Installation Mobile Gain Antennas Figure 5. Figure 6. Figure 7. Double Roof (with Dome Light) Installation Figure 8. Double Roof (No Dome Light) Installation NOTE Figure 7 shows how the base mount should be installed in a vehicle with dou- ble roof construction and a dome light Figure 8 shows how the base mount should be installed in a vehicle with dou-...
Mobile Gain Antennas Connector Installation (Mini-UHF) Figure 10. Crimp Tool Figure 11. Model shown is a complete antenna RRA-4935 Connector Installation (Mini-UHF) NOTE R R A - 4 9 3 6 i s a m a g n e t i c m o u n t Use Motorola hand tool part #66-80388A26.
Mobile Antenna Location the dielectric bottoms inside the body. Refer to Figure 12. Motorola recommends that mobile antennas be located as follows. Refer to Table 1. 4. Crimp the center contact using the proper crimp section of the tool. Refer to Figure 10 Antenna Location marked “CENTER CONTACT”.
Specialty vehicles (such as T-roofs, sun roofs, or convertibles) Center trunk lid – recommended only for transmitter output of less than 7 W. Other vehicles Contact your Motorola Field Technical Representative. Do not install closer than the distances shown in Table 2, for the rele- vant transmitter output power, from occupants or without proper antenna ground plane.