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Ranger RCI-63FFD4 

RCI-63FFD4
AM 10M Mobile Radio

 

      The Ranger RCI-63FFD4 has the most output power in its class – an incredible 400 watts PEP. The 63FFD4 has all the features a radio operator wants in a top-of-the-line radio. Experience Ranger’s legendary quality and 30 years of engineering expertise with the RCI-63FFD4.

  • New Final Amplifier Design
  •  375+ Watts PEP Output Power
  •  RT-1 mosfet transistors
  • Variable RF Power Control
  • 6 Digit Frequency Counter
  •  New Smoke Chrome Front Panel
  •  Heavy Duty, High Power Heatsink
  •  S/RF/SWR Front Panel Meter
  •  Real Channel Selector Control
  •  SRA-198 Chrome Noise Cancelling Mic Included
  •  Variable Echo and Talk Back Controls
  •  Dimmer Switch
  •  Thru-Hole Component Circuit Boards
  •  Cool Blue LED Channel Display
  •  4pin Front Panel Mic Jack

We ask that if you may need Warranty service on this radio to please send directly to Ranger.  You can find all the information you need Here<---

This is one of those radios that the frequency counter counts up and  down, the last digit changing all the time.  We cannot change this, it has been that way with these counters for years. If you can't live with it, don't buy this radio. Thank you.

 

 

Measurement Conditions
Power Source ...................................................................... 13.8 V DC
Antenna Impedance .......................................................... 50 Ω
Test Temperature .............................................................. 25° C
AM Modulation Frequency ............................................ 1 kHz
Mean Signal Input Level.................................................. 1000μV
Reference AM Modulation Percentage ........................ 1 kHz 30%
Reference Audio Output Power ......................................0.5 W
Audio Output Load ...........................................................8 Ω Resistive
Transmitter
1. Frequency Tolerance @ -20 ~ 60 °C
(5 Minutes after Switch on) .............................................AM : < ± 300 Hz
2. Carrier Power (High/Low) ........................................... AM :100W/10 W (± 10%)
3. PEP Power (Two Tone) ................................................AM : 400 W (max)
4. Spurious & Harmonic Emission ..................................AM : > -35 dB
5. Current Draw @ No Modulation.................................AM : 30 Amps
6. Modulation Frequency Response
(1 kHz, 0dB reference lower at 450 Hz) .......................... AM : -4 / +2-8
7. Modulation Frequency Response
(1 kHz, 0dB reference upper at 2.5 kHz) ........................ AM : -4 / +2-8
8. Microphone Sensitivity (AM for 50% Modulation) ......................................................................AM : < 5 mV
9. AMC Range (50 – 100%) ........................................... AM : > 60 dB
10. Maximum Deviation Input (30mV) ...........................AM : 90% ±10
Receiver (ANL & NB Switch Off)
1. Sensitivity for 10 dB S/N .............................................AM : < 1μV
2. AGC Figure of Merit,
50mV for 10dB Change in Audio Output ......................AM : > 70 dB
3. Audio Frequency Response
(Upper Frequency 2.5kHz) ..............................................AM : -4 / +2-8
4. Audio Frequency Response
(Lower Frequency 450Hz) ...............................................AM : -4 / +2-8
5. Adjacent Channel Selectivity ....................................AM : > 55 dB
6. Maximum Audio Output Power .................................AM : > 3 W
7. Audio Output Power @ 10% THD ............................AM : > 2.5 W
8. RF Gain Control Range.................................................AM : > 30 dB
9. S/N Ratio @ 1mV Input ...............................................AM : > 40dB
10. Squelch Sensitivity at Threshold ........................... AM : < 1 μV
11. Squelch Sensitivity at Tight .....................................AM : 1000 μV ±500
12. S Meter Sensitivity at S-6 (no modulation) ............AM : 100 μV
13. Image Rejection Ratio ............................................... AM : > 50 dB
14. IF Rejection Ratio IST .............................................. AM : > 60 dB
15. Oscillator Dropout Voltage (DC) ............................ AM : < 10 V
16. Current Draw at No Signal ....................................... AM : < 250 mA
17. Current Draw at Max. Audio Output ..................... AM : < 1 A
Other
1. SWR CAL (Adjust) @ 1:1 ......................................... AM : 1.0 SWR
2. SWR CAL (Adjust) @2:1 .........................................  AM : 2.0 SWR
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Ranger radios sometimes have a small scratch or ding that the factory covers with black touch up.  We cannot effect this and do not guarantee your radio to be cosmetically perfect.  Bells CB will make no marks or scratches on your radio ourselves.  Ranger might though and I cannot control it.   

Comply with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference. Further information can be found at the FCC website http://fcc.gov or the ARRL website http://arrl.org.

Transmitting using this radio requires an Amateur Radio License. Licensing information can be obtained by visiting www.fcc.gov or http://arrl.org. In Canada, visit http://strategis.ic.gc.ca or http://www.rac.ca

SOLD OUT

...RCI-63FFD4 ...
$575.50
Optional Accessories

 Tune-up and frequency conversion. (Tune-up, Alignment and expanded frequency coverage $39
 Install a switch to turn off the amp. $15

 Astatic 636L Noise Canceling microphone.
(wired for this radio with a 4 pin plug)
$29
 Astatic RD104-E Amplified microphone.
(wired for this radio with a 4 pin plug and a battery installed)
$43
SOLD OUT
 Astatic D104-M6b Amplified microphone.
(wired for this radio with a 4 pin plug and a battery installed)
$41
Sound Byte link

SOLD OUT
 Install a Noise toy
(wired inside the radio with a switch or pushbutton to trigger any 18 second sound byte you want)
$65
Sound Byte link

SOLD OUT
 Install a Noise toy as a background theme music
(wired inside the radio with a switch to play any background music at very low volume so you can talk over it.)
$65
SOLD OUT
  Install a Record/Playback Module 18 seconds (wired inside the radio with  two pushbuttons on the side to record 18 seconds and to play it back) $77
 Add a Small External Speaker
(plugs into back of the radio for improved sound)
$12
 Add a Large External Speaker
(plugs into back of the radio for improved sound)
$25
 
We will extend the short power cord (1 foot) to a full 10 feet with HQ 8 Gauge Power wire. Assemble the OEM Anderson connector and fuse holder to make a complete power cord. $25

COMPLETE Power cord for second vehicle or location. $38

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Tune-up VIDEO. Make a completion video to show tune-up levels and modifications demo. $29

Tuned up values on these watt meters
Dosy Bird RMS *Bird Peak
AM / FM 8 ~ 80w 8 ~ 80w 8 ~ 80w
PEAK AM 25 ~ 200w 11 ~ 74w 110 ~ 350w

Tuned up values on these watt meters
With optional 
AMP switch OFF
Dosy Bird RMS *Bird Peak
AM / FM .8~ 6w .8 ~ 6w .8 ~ 6w
PEAK AM 2 ~ 13w 2 ~ 8w 18 ~ 46w
* The most informative and the one we use.
 

The item most overlooked when ordering a custom radio is the microphone.  Your new radio will NOT sound great with a stock mic on it even if you have it tuned.  If your CB is more than a tool for work, you NEED to upgrade your microphone. 
My personal favorites are the
Astatic 636L and RD104E.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you place an order from outside the continental USA, we will calculate your actual shipping and send you a PayPal payment request.  We do NOT export Antennas or Base station radios.

 

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BellsCB Radio, 5051 NE 12th Avenue, Oakland Park, Florida. 33334   (954)771-8161