Remove all batteries and disconnect DC inputs from both the SL-6 and Scorpio prior to connecting the SL-6 to the Scorpio. Failure to remove power could result in damage to the hardware.
The SL-Riser is a mechanical mount required for attaching the SL-6 to the Scorpio.
The following instructions are for installing the SL-Riser and connecting the SL-6 to the Scorpio.
- No. 1 Phillips head screwdriver
- SL-Riser package
The SL-Riser package includes:
- Five 16 mm M3 x 0.5 Phillips screws
- SL-6 connection cable – The SL-6 connection cable included with the SL-Riser is slightly longer than the cable included with the SL-6. This allows for easier connectivity between units.
Remove all batteries and disconnect DC inputs from both the SL-6 and Scorpio prior to connecting the SL-6 to the Scorpio. Failure to remove power could result in damage to the hardware. Press on the lower point of the magnetic Scorpio badge plate to remove it from the top of the unit.
Remove the three 8 mm Phillips screws from Scorpio’s top panel. Save these three screws for later use. The rear left screw is unused and should remain in place for SL-Riser installation.
Place the SL-Riser on top of the Scorpio, lining up the 5 screw holes. Using the included 16 mm Phillips screws, secure the SL-Riser to the Scorpio.
Attach the SL-6 to the Scorpio using the supplied ribbon cable.The ribbon cable should feed through the SL-Riser. Connect the other side to the SL-6.
Secure the SL-6 to the SL-Riser using the three original 8 mm Phillips screws from the Scorpio top panel.
Place the magnetic Scorpio badge on the bottom panel of the unit.
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