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COBRA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION

6500 W. Cortland Street

Chicago, Illinois 60707

Printed in Thailand              Cobra Electronics Corp.© 1997            Part no. 480-156-P-001

Citizens Band

2-way 

Handheld 

CB Radio

“Ingenious Products for 

Easier Communication.”

Operating instructions 
for your

4

45

5

WX

Weather Radio

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CITIZENS BAND
2-WAY HANDHELD RADIO
Babe Winkelman Edition

CONTENTS:

Introduction

........................................3

Features ............................................3
Technical Support and service ..........3
Controls and Indicators ................4/5

The CB Story ....................................6
FCC Warnings ..................................6

Included with your 45WX ....................7
Getting Started ....................................8

Antenna ............................................8
Battery Pack  ....................................8

Operation ............................................9

Turning your Hand-Held CB on ........9
Setting the Squelch............................9
Selecting a channel ........................10
LCD Display Panel -Batt Low light ..10
Transmit / Receive ..........................10
One Touch Channel 9 & 19 ............11
Dual Watch ....................................11
All Channel Scan ............................12

Operation (continued)

Weather Channels ..........................12

Power High / Low ..........................13
Auto Battery Save Icon ....................13
Memory Channels ..........................14
Memory Channel Scan....................14
5 Digit Frequency Display ..............15
In Vehicle Use ................................15

Lighted Display................................16
Key Lock..........................................16

How your CB can serve you ..............16

A few rules you should know..........17
Weather Channel Messages ............17
Channel 9 Emergency Messages ....18
CB 10 Codes ..................................19

Frequency Ranges ..............................20
Specifications ....................................21
Warranty Information ........................22
Optional Accessories ..........................23

3

INTRODUCTION

The Cobra 45WX is truly the ultimate handheld CB transceiver — No
other handheld CB radio gives you so many state-of the-art features in
such convenient, compact design. The 45WX is designed to give you
consistent, outstanding performance in virtually all conditions and
situations. To insure you get the most from the Cobra 45WX, please read
this operating guide carefully before using the unit.

FEATURES

-40 CB Radio Channels
-10 Weather Channels 
-Snap-On Battery System
-Full Featured LCD Display Panel
-Instant Channel 9 & 19
-Dual Watch Channel Monitor
-Full Channel Scan 
-Key Lock
-Eight Memory Locations
-Memory Scan
-High \ Low Power Switch
-Flexible Antenna
-Battery Saver Circuitry
-Speaker Microphone Jack
-BNC Antenna Connector

TECHNICAL SUPPORT

How to use your

MODEL

4

45

5

WX

HH

For technical assistance, please call our Automated Help Desk which can

assist you by answering the most frequently asked questions about Cobra

products.

(773) 889-3087

24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

A Consumer Service Representative can be reached through this same

number 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, Monday through Friday, CST.

Technical assistance is also available on-line in the Frequently Asked

Question (FAQ) section at www.cobraelec.com or by e-mail 

to productinfo@cobraelec.com

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1.  BNC Antenna Connector
2.  Microphone Jack
3.  Speaker Jack
4.  Squelch Control
5.  On/Off Volume Control
6.  Belt Clip
7.  Channel Up Key
8.  Channel Down Key
9.  PTT (Push To Talk) Key
10.  Battery Cartridge Slide Release
11. Lock Key
12. Light Key
13. Function Key
14. Microphone
15. LCD Display Panel
16. CB & Weather Channel /

Memory Location (4) Key

17. Channel Scan / Memory

Location (3) Key

18. Dual Watch / Memory 

Location (2) Key

19. Instant Channel 9 & 19 /

Memory Location (1) Key

20. High & Low Power / Memory

Scan Key

21. Power Jack

M.

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9

10

11

12

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14

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17

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19

20

CONTROLS
AND INDICATORS

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6

INCLUDED WITH YOUR 45WX

2. (6) Cell Battery Cartridge 

(Batteries not included)

1. High Efficiency

Antenna

3. Wrist Strap

4. Belt Clip

THE CB STORY

The Citizens Band lies between the shortwave broadcast and 10-meter
Amateur radio bands, and was established by law in 1949. The Class D
two-way communications service was opened in 1959. (CB also includes
a Class A citizens band and Class C remote control frequencies.)

FCC regulations permit only “transmissions” (one party to another) rather
than “broadcasts” (to a wide audience). Thus, advertising is not allowed
on CB Channels because that is “broadcasting.”

FCC WARNINGS

Replacement or substitution of transistors, regular diodes or other parts of
a unique nature, with parts other than those recommended by Cobra, may
cause violation of the technical regulations of Part 95 of the FCC Rules, or
violation of Type Acceptance requirements of Part 2 of the Rules.

Citizens Band (CB) Radio operators are no longer required to obtain an FCC
license to operate their CB equipment or provide station identification.

Nevertheless, an operator of a CB radio station is still required to comply
with the communications act and with the rules of CB Radio Operation.

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BATTERY PACK

Insert (6) new “AA” Alkaline batteries (not
provided) into the battery cartridge. To
install batteries, (1) remove the battery
cartridge from the unit. (2) Lift the tab on
top of the battery pack and separate the two
halves. (3) Install the batteries according to
the polarity markings provided on the
cartridge. Note: Incorrect battery installation
can damage the batteries and cartridge.
Slide on Battery pack until secure.

Alkaline batteries:
Top grade Alkaline batteries 
should be used.

9

8

M.

OPERATION

TURNING ON/SQUELCH

TURNING YOUR
HANDHELD CB ON

Rotate the power ON-OFF
Volume Control clockwise.

Open the squelch by fully
turning counterclockwise 
and adjust the volume to 
a comfortable level.

SETTING THE SQUELCH

Think of your squelch control 
as a gate for incoming signals. 
If you turn the squelch control
fully clockwise, you effectively
close the “gate” and no signals
will pass through. If you turn 
the squelch control fully
counterclockwise, you 
open the gate and all 
signals come through.

To achieve the Desired Squelch
Setting (DSS)
, turn the squelch
control counterclockwise until
you just hear noise. Then turn the
squelch control back clockwise
just until the noise stops. This
DSS setting only lets strong
signals through. 

ANTENNA

Attach antenna securely
by turning clockwise.

M.

GETTING STARTED

**See Accessories 

on page 23 
for rechargeable
battery pack option.

Nickel Cadmium (NiCad) Batteries:
Batteries with 700 mAh minimum
recommended. Top Grade NiCad batteries
can be ordered direct from Cobra. See
page 23 for details.

(1)

(2)

(3)

TAB

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ONE TOUCH CHANNEL 9 & 19

Instant access to emergency channel 9 

or information channel 19.

Example: You are on channel 40 and wish 

to check channel 9 & 19.

To switch to channel 9, push once.

To switch to channel 19, push twice.

To return to original channel, push three times.

**Note: At anytime you can change channels by

pressing the channel selector key.

DUAL WATCH

Dual Watch allows simultaneous monitoring of

any two preselected channels.

Example: You want to monitor channel 11 and

17 for incoming transmissions.

Set your squelch to the Desired Squelch Setting

(DSS). (See pp 9)

Select channel 11, and push and hold the 

DW key until a “beep” is heard. The DW icon 

will flash.

Select channel 17, and push and hold the DW

key until a “beep” is heard. The DW icon will

stay on and the 45WX will switch between

channels 11 and 17.

The 45WX will stop scanning and monitor a channel when it receives an

incoming transmission.

Five seconds after the transmission stops, the 45WX will continue to

switch between Channels.

**Note: At a later date, you can recall your preset DW channels by pushing

and releasing the DW key.

M.

LCD DISPLAY

All the information you need is provided from this LCD display panel.

TRANSMIT / RECEIVE

To transmit, push the PTT button.
The TX will be displayed during transmissions.

Hold the 45WX mic about 2 inches from your mouth.

Speak into the microphone in a normal voice.

Release the PTT button to receive incoming
transmissions.    

**Note: While the PTT button is depressed, you cannot receive

transmissions. The RX icon is displayed when the radio is in
receive mode.

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10

OPERATION

ONE TOUCH 9 & 15/DUAL WATCH

OPERATION

SELECT CHANNEL/DISPLAY/TRANSMIT

SELECTING A CHANNEL

Turn on your 45WX, push the UP arrow.

To select a higher channel, push the UP 
arrow key. 

To select a lower channel, push the DOWN
arrow key.

**Note: To quick advance channels, press and

hold the selection key.

2 digit channel display / 5

digit frequency display

F = Function Key indicator

AM = Amplitude Modulation
WX = Weather station

TX = Transmit indicator

RX = Receive indicator
LOW = Low power setting 
M = Memory indicator

Memory channel number
Scan = Scan indicator
DW = Dual Watch indicator 
EMG = Emergency channel 9
SAVE = Auto Battery 

Save feature indicator

LOCK = Lock key indicator
BATT = Battery low indicator

M.

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OPERATION

POWER HI-LO/LOW BATTERY

OPERATION

WEATHER SCAN/WEATHER CHANNEL

ALL CHANNEL SCAN

Scans all 40 channels.

Be sure your squelch is set to 
the Desired Squelch Setting
(See pp 9)

Push the Scan key.

The 45WX will stop scanning 
and monitor a channel when 
it receives an incoming
transmission. Five seconds after
the transmission stops, the 45WX
will continue scanning.

**Note: At anytime you can 

stop scanning by
pressing another key 
on the 45WX.

WEATHER CHANNELS

10 National Weather Channels 
(8 NOAA and 2 Canadian)
provide full coverage to keep you
informed of weather conditions.

Push the CB/WX key.

The WX icon will appear.

Change weather channels by
pushing the Up/Down channel
keys. Sometimes more than one
channel can be received. Select
the weather channel with the
clearest audio quality.

To return to normal CB operation,
push the CB/WX key again. The
AM icon will appear.

POWER HIGH / LOW

Reduces power output to 1 watt 
to extend battery life.

Push the H/L key.
The LOW icon will appear.

To return to full power, push the H/L
key again.

**Note: Reduce power setting

reduces the range of your
45WX.

AUTO BATTERY SAVE
INDICATOR

Your 45WX has a unique circuit
designed to dramatically extend the
life of the batteries. If there are no
transmissions within 10 seconds,
your 45WX will automatically switch
to battery save mode. The SAVE icon
will appear and power usage will be
reduced. Full power will be restored
with the push of any key.

**Note: The Auto Battery Save 
Circuit will not effect incoming
transmissions.

M.

M.

**Note: Some areas may not 

have a broadcast tower 
within transmission range 
of your 45WX.

M.

SAVE

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MEMORY CHANNELS

Recall eight of your most used channels.

Saving Channels in Memory

Select desired channel to store in
memory.

Press Function key once.  The  icon
will appear.

Press and hold the desired memory location key. The icon will appear
with the corresponding memory location number.

**Note: There are four memory locations as indicated on the key pad; F/M1,

F/M2, F/M3, F/M4. There are four additional memory locations
available; F/Lock, F/Light, F/Channel Up, F/Channel Down. 

Retrieving Channels from Memory

Press the Function key.

Press and release the desired memory location key.

MEMORY CHANNEL SCAN

Be sure your squelch is set to the Desired
Squelch Setting (DSS). (See pp 9)

Press and release the Function key.

Press and release the M.SC key.

The 45WX will stop scanning and
monitor a memory channel when it
receives an incoming transmission. Five
seconds after the transmission stops, the
45WX will continue scanning.

**Note: At anytime you can stop scanning by pressing 

another key on the 45WX.

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14

OPERATION

FREQUENCY DISPLAY/IN VEHICLE USE

OPERATIONS

MEMORY CHANNELS/MEMORY CHANNEL SCAN

IN VEHICLE USE

Your 45WX can be connected 
to a 12 volt power source with 
the cigarette power cord adaptor
provided. Connect adaptor 
as shown.

**Note: Due to the characteristics

of CB transmissions, it
may be difficult to
transmit and receive from
inside your car with
antenna provided. Roof
mounted antennas can
dramatically improve
transmissions and will increase
your range. You will need a
quality roof mount antenna and
a BNC/SO239 adapter. See
accessories section for details. 

M.

M.

M.

5 DIGIT FREQUENCY DISPLAY

Your 45WX has the capability to
display the frequency of the channel
you selected.

Push and hold the function key for
approximately 3 seconds.

To switch back to channel readout,
push and hold the function key until
the display changes.

M.

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A FEW RULES YOU SHOULD KNOW 

1. You are not allowed to carry on a conversation with another station for

more than five minutes at a time without taking a one-minute break to
give others a chance to use the channel.

2. You are not allowed to blast others off the air by overpowering them

with illegally amplified transmitter power or illegally high antennas.

3. You can’t use the CB to promote illegal activities.
4. You are not allowed to use profanity.
5. You may not play music in your CB.
6. You may not use your CB to sell merchandise or professional service.

WEATHER CHANNEL MESSAGES

You can receive up to the minute local area weather reports provided by
NOAA (National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration) 24 hours a day, 7
days a week. An agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA
warns of dangerous weather, charts our seas and skies, guides our use and
protection of ocean and coastal resources and conducts research to
improve our understanding and stewardship of the environment.
The National Weather Service operates about 380 stations. Approximately
90 percent of the Nation’s population is within listening range of a NOAA
Weather Radio broadcast.
A similar network of about 15 stations using the same frequencies
broadcast continuous weather information across much of southern
Canada.
If you have a question concerning NOAA Weather Radio or wish to
receive a listing of NOAA Weather Radio receiver locations, please
contact your nearest National Weather Service Office, or write to National
Weather Service (Attn: W/OM11), National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration, Silver Spring, MD. 20910.

**Note: Some areas may not have a broadcast tower 

within the transmission range of your 45WX.

OPERATION

LIGHTED DISPLAY/KEY LOCK/HOW YOUR CB SERVES YOU

LIGHTED DISPLAY

To illuminate the display push the 
light key.

Display will illuminate for 5 seconds,
then automatically turn off to save
batteries.

LOCK KEY

Lock all function buttons preventing
accidental actuation.

To lock the key pad push the lock key.

To Unlock, push the LOCK key again.

HOW YOUR CB CAN 
SERVE YOU 

• Warn of traffic tie ups ahead.
• Provide weather and 

road information.

• Provide help fast in event of

emergency or breakdown.

• Suggest good spots to eat 

and sleep.

• Make long trips more interesting,

and help keep 

you awake.

• Provide direct contact with your

office or home.

• Make friends as you travel.
• Provide “local information” to find

your destination.

• Help law enforcement 

officers by reporting drunk 

and reckless drivers.

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CB 10-CODES

Citizens Band radio operators have largely adopted the “10-code” for
standard questions and answers. Its use permits faster communications
and better understanding in noisy areas. The following table lists some
of the more common codes and their meanings:

Code

Meaning

Code

Meaning

10-1

Receiving poorly

10-2

Receiving well

10-3

Stop transmitting

10-4

OK, message received

10-5

Relay message

10-6

Busy, stand by

10-7

Out of service, leaving air

10-8

In service, subject to call

10-9

Repeat message

10-10

Transmission completed, 
standing by

10-11

Talking too rapidly

10-12

Visitors present

10-13

Advise Weather/Road 
conditions

10-16

Make pick up at

10-17

Urgent business

10-18

Anything for us?

10-19

Nothing for you, return to base

10-20

My location is

10-21

Call by telephone

10-22

Report in person to

10-23

Stand by

10-24

Completed last assignment

10-25

Can you contact

10-26

Disregard last information

10-27

I am moving to channel

10-28

Identify your station

10-29

Time is up for contact

10-30

Does not conform to FCC rules

10-32

I will give you a radio check

10-33

EMERGENCY TRAFFIC

10-34

Trouble at this station

10-35

Confidential information

10-36

Correct time is

10-37

Wrecker needed at

10-38

Ambulance needed at

10-39

Your message delivered

10-41

Please turn to channel

10-42

Traffic accident at

10-43

Traffic Tie up at

10-44

I have a message for you

10-45

All units within range 
please report

10-50

Break channel

10-60

What is next 
message number?

10-62

Unable to copy, 
use phone

10-63

Net directed to

10-64

Net clear

10-65

Awaiting your next 
message/assignment

10-67

All units comply

10-70

Fire at

10-71

Proceed with transmission
in sequence

10-77

Negative contact

10-81

Reserve hotel room for

10-82

Reserve room for

10-84

My telephone number is

10-85

My address is

10-91

Talk closer to mike

10-93

Check my frequency on
this channel

10-94

Please give me a 
long count

10-99

Mission completed, all 
units secure

10-200 Police needed at

Operating Procedure for Emergency Communications

1. For  EMERGENCY communications,  set radio to Ch. 9. For non-

emergency communications, select desired Channel by rotating the
CHANNEL UP/DOWN tuning knob until reaching the desired Channel.
Be sure the antenna is properly connected to the radio before transmit-
ting. Prolonged transmitting without an antenna, or use of a poorly
matched antenna, could cause damage to the transmitter.

2. When asking for aid on Channel 9 it is suggested that you request a

REACT base to respond by saying "Break Channel 9 for a REACT base"
and provide the CB DISTRESS DATA (called "CLIP):
C
ALL SIGN-Identify yourself and vehicle.
LOCATION-Be exact.
INJURIES-Number. Type. Trapped?
PROBLEM- Give details and help required. Air CLIP repeatedly so any
monitor can aid you.

If you don't receive a response on Ch. 9; try Ch.14 or 19.

USE CHANNEL 9 FOR EMERGENCY ONLY

FCC gives the following examples of permitted and prohibited types of
communications for use on Channel 9. These are guidelines and are not
intended to be all-inclusive.

Permitted

Example Message

Yes

"A tornado sighted six miles north of town."

No

"This is observation post number 10. No tornado sighted."

Yes

"I am out of gas on Interstate 95 at mile marker 121."

No

"I am out of gas in my driveway."

Yes

"There is a four-car collision at Exit 10 on the Beltway,
send police and ambulance."

No

"Traffic is moving smoothly on the Beltway."

Yes

"Base to Unit 1, the Weather Bureau has just issued a
thunderstorm warning. Bring the sailboat into port."

No

"Attention all motorists. The Weather Bureau advises that
the snow tomorrow will accumulate 4 to 6 inches."

Yes

"There is a fire in the building on the corner of 6th and
Main Streets."

No

"This is Halloween patrol unit number 3. Everything is
quiet here."

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FREQUENCY RANGE

The COBRA 45 WX transceiver represents one of the most advanced
AM two-way radios used as a Class D station in the Citizens Radio
Service. This unit features advanced Phase Lock Loop (PLL) circuitry
providing complete coverage of all 40 CB channels and 10 weather
channels as shown below.

CB 

Channel Freq.

CB 

Channel Freq.

Channel

in MHz

Channel

in MHz

1

26.965

2

26.975

3

26.985

4

27.005

5

27.015

6

27.025

7

27.035

8

27.055

9

27.065

10

27.075

11

27.085

12

27.105

13

27.115

14

27.125

15

27.135

16

27.155

17

27.165

18

27.175

19

27.185

20

27.205

21

27.215

22

27.225

23

27.255

24

27.235

25

27.245

26

27.265

27

27.275

28

27.285

29

27.295

30

27.305

31

27.315

32

27.325

33

27.335

34

27.345

35

27.355

36

27.365

37

27.375

38

27.385

39

27.395

40

27.405

Weather Weather Freq. 
Channel

in MHz

1

162.550

2

162.400

3

162.475

4

162.425

5

162.450

6

162.500

7

162.525

8

161.650

9

161.775

0

163.275

HH-45 WX SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL
CHANNELS

CB - 40 CH
WEATHER - 10 CH

FREQUENCY RANGE

CB - 26.965 TO 27.405 MHZ
WEATHER - 161.650 TO 163.275 MHZ 

FREQUENCY TOLERANCE

0.005 %

FREQUENCY CONTROL 

PLL (PHASE LOCK LOOP) SYNTHESIZER

OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE

-30° C TO + 65° C

MICROPHONE

ELECTRET, PUSH-TO-TALK

INPUT VOLTAGE 

9V VDC, DETACHABLE
12 VDC, EXTERNAL

ANTENNA CONNECTOR

TYPE BNC

METER

LCD DISPLAY, ICONS

SIZE, WITH 6 CELL BATT. PACK

2

1

/

2

”L x 5

3

/

4

”H X 1

3

/

8

”D 

WEIGHT

9 oz.

TRANSMITTER
POWER OUTPUT

3.5 W AT 9 VDC  - HIGH, 1.0 W IN LOW
4.0 W AT 13.8 VDC - HIGH, 2.0 IN LOW

MODULATION

AM

FREQUENCY RESPONSE

300 - 3000 HZ AT -6 DB

OUTPUT IMPEDANCE

50 OHMS, UNBALANCED

RECEIVER
CB
SENSITIVITY

LESS THAN 1 uV FOR 10 DB S/N

IF FREQUENCY

DUAL CONVERSION
1 ST - 10.690 MHZ, 2ND - 455 KHZ

AUDIO OUTPUT

500 mW MAXIMUM AT 10 % DISTORTION

FREQUENCY RESPONSE

300 - 3000 HZ AT -6 DB

2ND IF IMAGE REJECTION

GREATER THAN 60 DB

ADJACENT CH. REJECTION

50 DB MIN.

AUTOMATIC NOISE LIMITER

BUILT- IN.

FREQUENCY CONTROL 

PLL (PHASE LOCK LOOP)

WEATHER
SENSITIVITY

LESS THAN 1 uV FOR 12 DB SINAD

IF FREQUENCY

DUAL CONVERSION
1st: -10.690 MHz
2nd: -455 KHz

AUDIO OUTPUT

MAXIMUM 500 mW AT 10 % DISTORTION

FREQUENCY RESPONSE

300 - 3000 HZ AT -6 DB

EMERGENCY ALERT TONE

1050 HZ, TONE DECODER

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LIMITED TWO YEAR WARRANTY

COBRA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION warrants that its COBRA CB Radios, and
the component parts thereof, will be free of defects in workmanship and materials
for period of two (2) years from the date of first consumer purchase. This warranty
may be enforced by the first consumer purchaser, provided that the product is
utilized within the U.S.A.
COBRA will, without charge, repair or replace, at its option, defective CB radios,
products or component parts upon delivery to the COBRA factory Service
Department, accompanied by proof of the date of first consumer purchase, such as
a duplicated copy of a sales receipt.
You must pay any initial shipping charges required to ship the product for warranty
service, but the return charges will be at Cobra's expense, if the product is repaired
or replaced under warranty. For further details concerning procedures for obtaining
service, see the “If You Think You Need Service” section of the Owner’s Manual.
Exclusions:  This limited warranty does not apply; 1) to any product damaged by
accident; 2) in the event of misuse or abuse of the product or as a result of unautho-
rized alterations or repairs; 3) if the serial number has been altered, defaced or re-
moved; 4) if the owner of the product resides outside the U.S.A. 
All implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a
particular purpose are limited in duration to the length of this warranty.
COBRA shall not be liable for any incidental, consequential or other damag-
es; including, without limitation, damages resulting from loss of use or cost of
installation.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts and/or
do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so
the above limitations may not apply to you.

COBRA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION

6500 W. Cortland Street

Chicago, Illinois 60707

Magnetic Mount Weather Antenna (not shown).
Allows greater transmission range while in a
moving vehicle.
ATW-400

$39.75

OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
You can find these fine accesories at your local Cobra CB dealer.

If you wish, you can order directly from Cobra

Order by phone:
Call 1-773-889-3087 (Press 1 from the main menu) 8a.m.-8p.m. M-F CST. 
Order by mail or fax: Please fill out order form below, and mail/fax directly to Cobra.

Fax to: 

1-773-622-2269

Please print clearly:

Name

Address (Not P.O. Box)

City                      

State

Zip

Credit Card No.

Exp. Date

Customer Signature

Circle One:

Visa

MasterCard

Discover

Allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery. Offer valid in Continental U.S. only.

(

8) Cell

rechargeable
NiCad Battery
cartridge. Alkaline
or NiCad batteries
can be used.
CA-45B

$19.95

(2) High
performance NiCad
rechargeable
battery cell
212-001-N-001
$4.00 ea.

120 V A/C Wall
charger with plug.
Charges the (8) NiCad
battery cartridge
CA-25

$10.00

BNC/SO239
antenna adapter.
Allows connection
of the 45WX to
standard antennas.
CA-43

$5.00

Long Range antenna.
Doubles the range of
your 45WX.
CA-41

$15.95

Lapel Microphone.
Remote microphone /
speaker connection.
CA-40

$15.95

★★

Illinois residents add 7%

★★

Cook Co. residents add .75% (7.75% total)

★★

Chicago residents add 1% (8.75% total)

★★

Indiana residents add 5%

★★

Michigan residents add 4 %

★★

Minnesota residents add 6%

★★

Ohio residents add 6%

★★

Wisconsin residents add 5%

Part No.

Cost Ea.  X Qty. = Amount

212-001-N-001

$4.00

CA-45B

$19.95

CA-25

$10.00

CA-43

$5.00

CA-41

$15.95

ATW-400

$39.75

CA-40

$15.95

Amount

(Tax if applicable    )  

Shipping//handling         $3.50

Total 

Mail to:

Cobra Accessories Dept.

6500 W. Cortland St.,

Chicago, IL 60707

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