Yaesu Rotor Map Install
Yaesu Rotor Controller Az. Insert
CQmaps - Professional Maps for Amateur Radio, is extremely happy to offer the Amateur Radio community a truly helpful station aid for your Yaesu line of Rotor Controllers. Many of CQmaps' customers had been asking for an Azimuthal Projection Insert Map for their controllers and we answered! Your Great Circle map will feature the same 4 inch diameter world view as the dial of the controller. Since the map is centered on your qth, dialing in your DX just became much easier.
The CQmaps designed the map to not just simply lay across the dial, but to be held in place by the the actual hardware. In doing this, you are left with a map that is virtually impossible to improperly install. Your map will have all holes punched and the overlay cutout. The map is printed on quality photo matte finish paper to reduce glare and ensure brightness of colors.
As with all CQmaps Azimuthal Projection maps , the map you order is centered on your QTH, no matter where you operate in the world!
At this time, the Azimuthal Projection Insert Map will fit the G-1000DXA ,G-800, & G450a Series of controllers. Updates will be added when other controllers are verified to fit. If you have a controller and unsure of if it will fit or not, simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are the instructions for inserting the Azimuthal Projection Insert Map into your Yaesu Controller
CQmaps is not responsible for damage done to your rotor controller during install.
This is how your Yaesu rotor controller should look like once you are finished.
The Yaesu Rotor Controller Azimuthal Map insert.
Tools needed: two screwdrivers and some patience
Remove the outer plastic cover by gently turning Counter Clock Wise.
Then carefully pull the Indicator Arrow off.
Remove this screw.
Now this screw.
Ensure that the wires do not become tangled, turn the dial over so that you see the front.
There are 3 plastic risers between the cover and plate that the screws are inserted through.
Remove the 3 indicated screws ensuring that the three plastic risers are not misplaced.
***Please note that the insert map will no longer have the three holes for screws. The insert map will only have the one hole at the 30 degree azimuth line. This new design feature will allow a flatter fit due variance in screw holes.***
The 3 plastic risers.
The plate without the Azimuthal Projection Map Insert.
Position the Azimuthal Projection Map Insert onto the plate.
***Please note that the insert map will no longer have the three holes for screws. The insert map will only have the one hole at the 30 degree azimuth line as seen in the above image. This new design feature will allow a flatter fit due variance in screw holes.**
Once the map is positioned on the plate, place the three plastic risers in their approximate positions.
the plastic riser back into place while replacing the 3 screws.
The remaining steps are in reverse order.