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Console & Mic jacks
PowerPole & Antenna jacks
Inside view
  Close up.JPG - The little gray box on the bottom left is an LED light.  Next to that, is the D710 console with a    Greenlight Labs GPS-710    GPS attached.  On the right, I installed a 10.5AH    Power-Sonic PSH-12100FR    fire-retardant battery, which is capable of powering the radio for a few hours when it's on high-power (50W) output. On top of the battery, I put a    Red-Dee-2 PS-4    PowerPole splitter, which allows people to charge the battery or supply power to an external device through the same    Bulgin PX0802    panel mount connector (bottom right).  In-line between the PS-4 and D710 radio is a    DC noise filter   .  This is only needed if you bypass the battery and plug the pack directly into a vehicle's DC socket.The D710A radio and    Philips Transcast    FM transmitter are attached to the lid of the case with industrial velcro.  The red network cable is connected to the Bulgin PX0833 jack for power; the black cable is connected to the other jack for the mic. Right now, my favorite compact, mobile antenna is the flexible    Comet SBB-1   .  See the next picture for a description of the items in the bottom of the case.  

Close up
Camera: FUJIFILM FinePix F10 | Date: 9/28/09 2:51 PM | Resolution: 2848 x 2136
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