|Model / SKU:||DPPL-10C|
|Compatible with:||All CB radios. If your CB has a 3-pin plug in back, the noise filer will plug in easily. If not, you can cut the attachment off and simply match the positive and negative wires.|
If you're experiencing a significant amount of engine or electrical noise in your incoming CB radio transmissions, you'll want to make sure that your CB power wires aren't being run alongside other electrical wires, and that you've wired your power cord directly to the battery terminals. However, sometimes noise persists even after taking these measures, or the installation makes it difficult to re-wire the power leads. In these cases, you'll want to try installing a noise filter between your CB radio and your battery. If you're frustrated with electrical noise that makes using your CB difficult, this filter will reduce interference and make incoming signals more intelligible.
This 20-amp noise filter reduces electrical noise that makes listening to incoming CB transmissions difficult. The filter uses a 3-pin power cord, which plugs directly into the back of most medium to large CB radios. It can also be used with radios that lack a 3-pin power adapter, but basic wire splicing is required. The noise filter is encased in a small housing that can be mounted out of sight using the included mounting tabs. Standard black and hot power leads running from the filter draw power for the radio like any regular power cord. The power cord also includes an inline fuse to prevent damage.
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