The LogiTALKER is a stand-alone voice keyer that goes between your radio and your microphone. It uses your regular microphone to record up to four messages, to be played back at the touch of a button. It’s the simple, easy-to-use, inexpensive way to save your voice in a contest! One message can be set to auto-repeat, which is perfect for running stations, or as a voice beacon, or for calling CQ automatically as a band opens.
The LogiTALKER works with just about any microphone, dynamic or condenser, that has an eight-pin round plug or an eight-pin modular plug. It can be reconfigured for a different brand of radio by reconfiguring jumpers, so your LogiTALKER isn’t tied to just one radio.
Can be easily configured for nearly any modern microphone or radio
Message #1 can be configured to repeat at any interval from 2 seconds to 266 seconds, or the repeat can be switched off
Messages are recorded with your regular microphone
Audio output is transformer-isolated — no ground loops
Simple front-panel output level control
Microphone still works completely normally, including up/down buttons etc.
Message replay can be instantly stopped by pressing PTT
Messages can be recorded without a radio connected
Messages can be reviewed over the internal speaker without being transmitted
Messages are stored in nonvolatile memory — no battery backup
Overall Dimensions (excluding cables): 1.75″ x 7.375″ x 4″ / 4.5 cm x 19 cm x 10 cm
Weight: 14 oz / 0.4 kg
DC Power requirements: 13.8 VDC (nominal) < 200mA
Microphone Input Voltage: 30mV peak-to-peak, maximum
PTT contact rating: 2 A @ 30 VDC, maximum
Input connectors: 8-pin modular (RJ45), 8-pin round “Foster”, 2.1mm x 5.5mm DC power
Output connector: 8-pin modular (RJ45)
Price: $120 as a kit, or $150 assembled and tested.
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