Knowledge Base

Technical documentation for your assistance

Before returning your M760 XCVR for service/repair have a quick read.
 
We are receiving large volumes of XCVRs for repair which test – Satis, or have been ‘adjusted’, our technicians realigned and again test – Satis.
 

Do you have a noise cancelling headset? Having microphone issues, if you haven’t already, please take a look at this link:

 

https://community.bose.com/t5/Aviation-Headsets/A20-Microphone-Problem/td-p/271601

 
Gliders etc. – Garbled Transmission, transmission interference:

 

Due to large numbers of unpowered vehicle pilots using the M760 Radio, the later models, Rev-Q for example, have a main PCB incorporating a processor which js less sensitive to voltage drop, allowing the voltage to drop to 10.5V without transmission interference.
 
Earlier models can be upgraded: Please contact us, with your serial number, to establish what will be required to upgrade your XCVR.
Useful links:
 

VHF Aerial Installation FAQ

PM501 Intercom 01R1

M760 Memory Programming 01R1

M760 Memory Button 01R1

M760 Jack Wiring 01R1

RF Interference use of ferrites

Strobe Trouble Shooting

Aircraft noise headsets presentation

Before returning goods, talk to us about your issue – it’s our issue too, we may have an easy fix. email: service@microair.com.au
 

Customer Fault M760 Info Sheet 01R1

Customer Fault T2000 Info Sheet 01R1

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