8110070001700

8110070001700
Thank you for purchasing Hytera TC-700P portable radio. This
easy-to-use radio will deliver you secure, instant and reliable
communication service at peak efficiency.
To derive optimum performance from your radio, please read
this manual and the supplied Safety Information Booklet
carefully before use.
Icon Information
Individual Call
The following icons are available through this manual:
Individual call is a call initiated by a single user to another
user, involving the calling party and the called party only.
Caution: indicates situations that could cause
Group Call
damage to your radio.
Group call is a call initiated by a single user to a group,
involving the calling party and all the group members.
Note: indicates tips that can help you make
Copyright Information
better use of your radio.
Term Explanation
The following terms will appear through this manual:
Key Operation
Short press: to press a key and release it quickly.
Long press: to press the key and remain holding it down
for a predefined period.
Hold down: to press a key and remain holding it down.
PTT ID
PTT ID, namely radio identity, allows a radio with display
and the control center to identify the calling party.
Squelch
This technology can remove excessive background
noises, improving your communication quality.
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Disclaimer
RF Energy Exposure Compliance
Hy tera endeavors to achieve the accuracy and
c o m p l ete n e s s of t hi s m a nu a l, b u t n o wa r r a nt y of
accuracy or reliability is given. All the specifications
and designs are subject to change without prior notice
due to continuous technology development. No part
of this manual may be copied, modified, translated, or
distributed in any manner without the express written
permission of Hytera.
If you have any suggestions or would like to learn more
details, please visit us at: http://www.hytera.cn.
Your radio is designed and tested to comply with a
number of national and international standards and
guidelines (listed below) regarding human exposure
to radio frequency electromagnetic energy. This radio
complies with the IEEE and ICNIRP exposure limits for
occupational/controlled RF exposure environment at
operating duty factors of up to 50% transmitting and is
authorized by the FCC for occupational use only. In terms
of measuring RF energy for compliance with the FCC
exposure guidelines, your radio radiates measurable RF
energy only while it is transmitting (during talking), not
when it is receiving (listening) or in standby mode.
Your radio complies with the following of RF energy
exposure standards and guidelines
● United States Federal Communications Commission,
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Code of Federal Regulations; 47CFR part 2 sub-part
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American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
C95. 1-1992
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
C95. 1-1999 Edition
International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation
Protection (ICNIRP) 1998
Operational Instructions and Training Guidelines
To ensure optimal performance and compliance with the
occupational/controlled environment RF energy exposure
limits in the above standards and guidelines, users should
transmit no more than 50% of the time and always adhere
to the following procedures:
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Transmit and Receive
To transmit (talk), push the Push-To-Talk (PTT) key; to
receive, release the PTT key.
FCC Licensing Information
Part 15 Compliance
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in
a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on,
the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ T V
technician for help.
FCC Licensing Requirements
A license from Federal Communications Commission is
required prior to use. Your dealer will program each radio
with your authorized frequencies, signaling codes, etc.,
and will be there to meet your communications needs
as your system expands. Contact your dealer for more
information.
Contents
Checking Items in the Package-------------------------------- 3
Radio Overview---------------------------------------------------- 4
Radio Controls----------------------------------------------- 4
Adjust Squelch Level--------------------------------------- 16
Scrambler------------------------------------------------------ 16
Compandor---------------------------------------------------- 16
Programmable Keys---------------------------------------- 5
Before Use---------------------------------------------------------- 7
Charging the Battery---------------------------------------- 7
Assembly and Disassembly------------------------------- 8
Status Indications-------------------------------------------------- 10
Basic Operations--------------------------------------------------- 11
Turning the Radio On/Off---------------------------------- 11
Adjusting the Volume--------------------------------------- 11
Selecting a Channel----------------------------------------- 11
Transmitting/Receiving a Call----------------------------- 11
Functions and Operations--------------------------------------- 12
Adjust Power Level------------------------------------------ 12
Monitor--------------------------------------------------------- 12
Squelch Off---------------------------------------------------- 12
Cancel Call---------------------------------------------------- 12
Scan------------------------------------------------------------- 13
Emergency---------------------------------------------------- 14
VOX------------------------------------------------------------- 15
Talk Around---------------------------------------------------- 15
Call Forward-------------------------------------------------- 16
Whisper-------------------------------------------------------- 16
Lone Worker-------------------------------------------------- 17
Man Down (optional)---------------------------------------- 17
Auto Contact-------------------------------------------------- 17
Call 1-Call 5--------------------------------------------------- 18
Battery Power Indicator------------------------------------ 18
Rental Time Indicator--------------------------------------- 18
Channel Announce Enable-------------------------------- 18
Channel Announce Temporary Enable----------------- 19
Patrol (optional)---------------------------------------------- 19
Vibrate (optional)--------------------------------------------- 20
Time-out Timer (TOT)--------------------------------------- 20
Safety Check-------------------------------------------------- 20
Low Battery Alert--------------------------------------------- 20
Signaling Introduction--------------------------------------------- 21
Phone----------------------------------------------------------- 21
HDC2400™ Signaling-------------------------------------- 21
Contents
5-Tone Signaling--------------------------------------------- 22
Troubleshooting---------------------------------------------------- 23
Care and Cleaning------------------------------------------------ 25
Optional Accessories--------------------------------------------- 26
Checking Items in the Package
Please unpack carefully and check that all items listed below are received. If any item is missing or damaged, please contact
your dealer.
Radio Unit
Belt Clip
Battery
Strap
MCU Charger
Antenna Switching Power
Owner’s Manual & Safety Information Booklet
Note:
1.The above pictures are for reference only. Actual products may vary slightly.
2.The antenna may vary with different frequency bands. And the frequency band is marked on the label of antenna;
if not, please refer to the label on the radio for frequency band information.
Radio Overview
Radio Controls
(1) PTT Key
(2) SK1 (Side Key 1)
(3) SK2 (Side Key 2)
(4) Antenna
(5) Speaker
(6) Microphone (7) TK (Top Key)
(8) Channel Selector Knob
(9) Radio On-Off/Volume Control
Knob
(10) LED Indicator
(11) Battery Latch
(12) Belt Clip
(13) Accessory Jack
(14) Battery
(15) Charging Piece
Radio Overview
Programmable Keys
For enhanced convenience, you may request your dealer to program the keys SK1, SK2, and TK as shortcuts to the functions
listed below:
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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Shortcut Keys
Adjust Power Level
Monitor
Monitor Momentary
Squelch Off
Squelch Off Momentary
Cancel Call
Scan
Nuisance Temporary Delete
Nuisance Channel Delete
Emergency
VOX
Talk Around
Adjust Squelch Level
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Scrambler
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Compandor
Call Forward
Description
To adjust power level through one key press.
To adjust the condition for incoming signal match.
To always unmute speaker no matter whether carrier is present or not.
To quickly exit the established call.
To listen to communication activities on other channels (Normal Scan)
To select the closest base station to communicate (Vote Scan).
To permanently ignore unwanted channel activity.
To summon help in emergent situations.
To make the radio transmit automatically when you speak.
To directly communicate with other radios.
To temporarily adjust the squelch threshold required for the radio to
unmute.
To enc r y pt yo ur vo i c e s o as to guar ante e p r i vac y of yo ur vo i c e
communication.
To suppress ambient noise and improve audio quality.
To forward a received call.
Radio Overview
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18
19
20
Shortcut Keys
Whisper
Lone Worker
Man Down
Auto Contact
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Auto Contact Temporary Delete
22
23
24
25
Call 1-Call 5
Battery Power Indicator
Rental Time Indicator
Channel Announce Enable
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Channel Announce Temporary Enable
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Patrol Event Select
Patrol Event Affirm
Description
To make your voice heard clearly even if you speak with a very low voice.
To activate Emergency in case of unexpected circumstances.
To activate Emergency in case of unexpected circumstances.
To detect whether a member in the contact list is out of the communication
range.
To temporarily remove the radio out of the communication range from the
contact list.
To quickly call other radios.
To indicate the battery strength.
To indicate the remaining time that you are allowed to use a leased radio.
To broadcast the channel number automatically upon power-on or channel
switching.
To broadcast the number of the channel on which your radio is currently
operating.
To select an appropriate patrol event.
To send the selected patrol event.
Before Use
Charging the Battery
Procedures
Use only the charger and battery specified by Hytera. Charger
LED can indicate the charging process.
Charge Diagram
1
3
3
2
1. Connect the power adapter to AC source. See① .
2. Plug the power adapter into the rear socket of the
charger. See ②.
3. Place the radio with the battery attached, or the
battery alone, into the charger. See ③.
4. The charging process initiates when LED glows red,
and is completed when LED glows green.
Note: To achieve optimal battery performance, please
charge the battery for 5 hours before initial use.
Charge Indicator
LED Indicator
Charge Status
The LED flashes red slowly (0.2s Standby (no load)
on/3s off).
The LED glows red.
Charging
The LED glows green.
Fully Charged
The LED flashes red rapidly (0.2s Error
on/0.2s off).
Note: Be sure to read the Safety Information Booklet,
to get necessary safety information.
Before Use
Assembly and Disassembly
Attaching the Antenna
Turn the antenna clockwise to fasten it.
Attaching the Battery
1. Make sure the battery is in parallel and good contact
with the aluminum chassis. The battery bottom is
about 1 to 2 centimeters below the bottom of the
radio’s body.
2. Align the battery with the guide rails on the aluminum
chassis and slide it upwards until a “click” is heard.
To remove the antenna, rotate it counter-clockwise.
To remove the battery, turn off the radio first. Then slide
the battery latch downwards for 2-3 millimeters, and slide
the battery down to remove it.
Before Use
Attaching the Belt Clip
Attaching Audio Accessory/Programming Cable
1. Remove the screws.
2. Align the screw holes on the belt clip with those on
1. Remove the screw on the accessory jack cover by
the radio’s body, and then tighten the screws.
rotating it counter-clockwise, and then remove the
accessory jack cover.
2. Insert the audio accessory or programming cable.
3. A l i g n t h e s c r e w o n t h e a u d i o a c c e s s o r y o r
programming cable with the threaded hole on the
radio, and then tighten the screw.
To remove the belt clip, loosen the screws.
To remove the audio accessory/programming cable,
loosen the screw.
Caution: When you are using an external accessory,
waterproof per formance of the radio may get
affected.
Status Indications
The top LED indicator will help you easily identify the current status of your radio.
Radio Status
Transmitting
Receiving
Call Transmission Alert
Call Alert (5-Tone)
Missed Call Alert (5-Tone)
Call Alert (HDC2400TM)
Selective Call Alert (HDC2400™)
Scanning
Low battery
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LED Indicator
The LED glows red.
The LED glows green.
The LED glows orange.
The LED flashes orange slowly.
The LED flashes orange rapidly.
The LED flashes orange rapidly.
Group Call/Zone Call/Broadcast: the LED flashes orange once; Individual
Call: the LED flashes orange twice.
The LED flashes green.
The LED flashes red.
Basic Operations
Turning the Radio On/Off
Rot ate t h e R a d i o O n - O f f / Vo l u m e C o n t r o l k n o b
clockwise/counter-clockwise until a click is heard to turn
the radio on/off.
Adjusting the Volume
Note:
1. To ensure optimal volume of the receiving radio,
hold the radio approximately 2.5 to 5 centimeters
away from your mouth.
2. Communication range may get affected in rainy
days or forest locations.
After turning the radio on, rotate the Radio On- Off/
Volume Control knob clockwise to increase the volume,
or counter-clockwise to decrease the volume.
Selecting a Channel
Rotate the Channel Selector knob to select a desired
channel.
Transmitting/Receiving a Call
To transmit a call, press and hold down the PTT, and
speak into the microphone. During transmission, the LED
glows red.
To receive, just release the PT T. When a signal is
received, the LED glows green.
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Functions and Operations
Adjust Power Level
Generally, we recommend you to adopt low power for
power saving. However, if you cannot communicate with
other radios located at a distant place with low power,
please select medium power or high power.
Operation:
Press the programmed Adjust Power Level key to
switch the power level (low power: the alert tone sounds
once; medium power: the alert tone sounds twice; high
power: the alert tone sounds three times).
Monitor
To reduce match conditions for signal receiving, you can
enable the feature “Monitor”.
Operation:
● Press the programmed Monitor key to enable the
feature (the alert tone sounds once). To disable the
feature, press this key again (the alert tone sounds
twice).
● Hold down the programmed Monitor Momentary
key to enable the feature (the alert tone sounds
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once). To disable the feature, release this key (the
alert tone sounds twice).
Squelch Off
If the feature “Squelch Of f ” is enabled, your radio’s
speaker will keep unmuted no matter whether carrier is
present.
Operation:
● Press the programmed Squelch Off key to enable
the feature (the alert tone sounds once). To disable
the feature, press this key again (the aler t tone
sounds twice).
● Hold down the programmed Squelch Off Momentary
key to enable the feature (the alert tone sounds
once). To disable the feature, release this key (the
alert tone sounds twice).
Cancel Call
This feature allows you to exit the established call quickly
via a key press.
Operation:
Functions and Operations
After a call is established between you and another party,
press the programmed Cancel Call key within the auto
reset time (the LED glows orange), and your radio will exit
the established call immediately (the alert tone sounds
twice).
Scan
Scan Type:
You can ask your dealer to enable one of the following
scan types for your radio.
1. Normal Scan
It allows you to listen to communication activities on other
channels so that you can keep a close track of your team
members.
2. Vote Scan
It applies to multi-frequency simulcast systems, which
are suitable for places with abundant spectrum resource.
In the system, the repeater allows for wide coverage. A
typical multi-frequency simulcast system is composed
of a set of scattered base stations that are transmitting
at the same frequency. In this system, the radios are
configured to transmit at the same frequency, but to
receive at different frequencies. The radio scans the
frequencies of these base stations, and selects the
closest base station to communicate through voting
algorithm.
Operation:
1. Scan Start
Scan Start for Normal Scan:
● Press the programmed Scan key in standby mode;
or
● Operate on a channel for which the feature “Auto
Scan” is enabled via the programming software.
Scan Start for VOTE Scan:
● The radio will activate VOTE scan automatically upon
power-on.
2. After the feature is enabled, your radio will scan
according to the scan list set for the channel on
which scanning starts. The scanning process is as
follows:
● The LED flashes green during scanning.
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Functions and Operations
●
When activities are detected on a channel, the radio
will stay on the channel to receive current activities
and the LED glows green.
● If you don’t want to hear activities on the channel,
pres s the pro grammed Nui sa nc e Te m p o r a r y
Delete key to remove the channel from the scan list
temporarily, or the programmed Nuisance Channel
Delete key to remove the channel from the scan list
permanently.
3. To exit the scanning process, press the programmed
Scan key again. Besides the above method, you can
exit scanning in the following ways:
● Switch to a channel without a scan list, or switch to a
channel with the feature “Auto Scan” disabled.
● Press one of the programmed Call 1-Call 5 keys.
● The Stun code is received.
● Enable the Emergency function.
● Turn the radio off.
Note: You can request your dealer to create a scan list
for each channel. Each list may contain 16 channels at
most. You can delete a channel from the scan list only
when there are more than 2 channels in the scan list.
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Emergency
In case of an emergency, you can use this feature to ask
for help from your companion or the control center. In all
cases, this feature enjoys the highest priority.
1. Emergency Start
The feature can be enabled via the following methods:
● Press the programmed Emergency key.
● Activate Emergency in Lone Worker mode (please
see "Lone Worker” on Page 17 for details).
● Activate Emergency in Man Down mode (please see
“Man Down” on Page 17 for details).
2. Emergency Exit
To exit the emergency mode, the following methods are
available:
● Long press the Emergency key.
● The preset Emergency Exit command is received.
● The preset emergency cycles expire.
● Place the radio upright if the Emergency is activated
in Man Down mode.
● Turn the radio off.
Functions and Operations
3. Emergency Mode
Once the radio enters Emergency mode, it will switch
to the preset Emergency Revert Channel. A complete
process includes the following stages: transmit ID,
transmit alarm/transmit background tone and forcibly
receive. The cycles and duration of each stage can be
programmed by your dealer. The emergency methods
include:
1. No alarm tone sounds.
2. The alarm tone can be heard by the transmitting
party only.
3. The alarm tone can be heard by the receiving party
only.
4. The alarm tone can be heard by both parties.
5. S ec ret alar m. If t he feature “ S ec ret A lar m” is
enabled, the radio will enter the secret alarm mode,
without any visible or audible indication.
VOX
This feature allows you to transmit your voice with no need
to press the PTT. However, you must employ a dedicated
earpiece to realize this function.
Operation:
1. Insert an earpiece dedicated for the VOX feature.
2. Press the programmed VOX key to enable the
feature (the alert tone sounds once). Then speak into
the microphone on your earpiece to transmit your
voice, and transmission will stop automatically when
you stop talking.
3. Press this key again to disable the feature (the alert
tone sounds twice).
Talk Around
This feature allows you to continue communication even
when the repeater malfunctions, or when your terminal is
out of the repeater’s range but within the coverage range
of another terminal.
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Functions and Operations
Operation:
Press the programmed Talk Around key to enable the
feature (the aler t tone sounds once). To disable the
feature, press this key again (the alert tone sounds twice).
Operation:
Press the programmed Scrambler key to enable the
feature (the aler t tone sounds once). To disable the
feature, press this key again (the alert tone sounds twice).
Adjust Squelch Level
Compandor
This feature allows you to adjust the squelch threshold
required for the radio to unmute. Generally, high squelch
level is used in noisy environment. It requires stronger
signal for the radio to unmute. If the squelch level is set to
Level 0, the speaker will keep unmuted irrespective of the
satisfaction of decoding conditions.
Operation:
Press the programmed Adjust Squelch Level key to
switch among Level 0-Level 9, and the radio broadcasts
the current squelch level (except Level 0).
This feature may suppress ambient noise and improve
audio quality, allowing you to hear clear and crisp voice
even under noisy environment.
Operation:
Press the programmed Compandor key to enable the
feature (the aler t tone sounds once). To disable the
feature, press this key again (the alert tone sounds twice).
Scrambler
This feature can encrypt your audio signals to prevent
eavesdropping. Thus privacy of your voice communication
is guaranteed.
Call Forward
This feature allows your radio to forward an incoming call
to another radio or to the control center.
Operation:
Press the programmed Call For ward key to enable
the feature (the alert tone sounds once). To disable the
feature, press this key again (the alert tone sounds twice).
Whisper
This feature allows your voice to be heard clearly even if
you speak in a low voice.
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Functions and Operations
Operation:
Press the programmed Whisper key to enable the feature
(the alert tone sounds once). To disable the feature, press
this key again (the alert tone sounds twice).
Lone Worker
This feature is ideal for persons who work lonely. If you
encounter an incident and cannot operate your radio
within the preset time period, your radio will alarm
automatically to summon help from your companion.
Operation:
1. Press the programmed Lone Worker key to enable
the feature (the alert tone sounds once).
2. If you do not operate your radio within the preset time
period, your radio will keep beeping. To stop such
beeping, please press a key.
3. Press this key again to disable the feature (the alert
tone sounds twice).
Man Down (optional)
With this feature, your radio will alarm automatically to
summon help from your companion if it is positioned
aslant for a certain time period.
Operation:
1. Press the programmed Man Down key to enable the
feature (the alert tone sounds once).
2. Your radio will sound a pre-alert tone if it is positioned
aslant for a preset time period, and will enter the
Emergency mode if you do not place it upright within
such time period. To exit the Emergency mode,
please place it upright.
3. Press this key again to disable the feature (the alert
tone sounds twice).
Note: This f unc tion is optional. Please cont ac t
Hytera or your dealer if you need this function.
Auto Contact
This feature allows your radio to detect whether the
member in its contact list is out of communication range.
If so, your radio will sound the alert tone.
Operation:
1. Press the programmed Auto Contact key to enable
the feature (the alert tone sounds once).
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Functions and Operations
2. If a radio is out of the communication range, you can
press the programmed Auto Contact Temporary
D e l e t e key t o r e m ove i t f r o m t h e c o n t a c t l i s t
temporarily.
Call 1-Call 5
This feature allows you to call other radios quickly.
Operation:
Pre s s o ne of t he pr o gr am m e d Ca l l 1- Ca l l 5 keys
(preset with a unique radio ID respectively) to call the
corresponding radio.
Note: Please request your dealer to assign your
desired radio IDs to Call 1-Call 5 respectively.
Battery Power Indicator
This feature allows you to know the current batter y
strength.
Operation:
Press the programmed Batter y Strength Indicator
key, and the radio broadcasts a number (1, 2, 3 or 4)
to indicate the current battery strength. The larger the
number is, the higher the battery strength is. If the radio
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broadcasts number 1, it means that the battery level runs
low. In this case, please replace or charge the battery.
Rental Time Indicator
With this feature, you can know the remaining time that
you are allowed to use a leased radio.
Operation:
Press the programmed Rental Time Indicator key, and
your radio will broadcast a number (1-5), which indicates
the remaining time that you are allowed to use the
radio. When the rental time expires, your radio will keep
beeping, and cannot transmit or receive.
N o t e: T h e i n d i c a t i o n s o f n u m b e r s 1-5 a r e
programmable by your dealer.
Channel Announce Enable
If enabled, your radio will broadcast the channel number
automatically upon power-on or channel switching.
Operation:
1. Press the programmed Channel Announce Enable
key to enable the feature (the alert tone sounds
once). And your radio will broadcast the current
Functions and Operations
channel number if you switch channel or restart your
radio.
2. Press this key again to disable the feature (the alert
tone sounds twice).
Note: If you use an ear pie ce on your radio, we
r e c o m m e n d y o u t o s e t t h e “Vo i c e A n n o u n c e
Volume” to Level 1 (8 levels in all) via your dealer.
Channel Announce Temporary Enable
If enabled, your radio will broadcast the number of the
channel on which your radio is currently operating.
Operation:
1. P r e s s t h e p r o g r a m m e d C h a n n e l A n n o u n c e
Temporary Enable key to enable the feature (the
alert tone sounds once). And your radio broadcasts
the number of the current channel.
2. Press this key again to disable the feature (the alert
tone sounds twice).
Note: If you use an earpiece on your radio, we
re c o m m e n d yo u to s e t t h e “Vo i c e A n n o u n c e
Volume” to Level 1 (8 levels in all) via your dealer.
Patrol (optional)
This function is available only when the appropriate
optional board is attached.
TC-700P supports Real-time Patrol function only, not Offline Patrol function. Therefore, the patrol radio will not save
the patrol information received from the patrol transmitter
into its memory chip, but transmit it to the control center
immediately.
When the patrol person arrives at the place where a
patrol transmitter is installed, the patrol transmitter will
transmit the patrol place and patrol time to the portable
radio carried by the patrol person. Then the radio
transmits the situation information of the current place
(i.e. “patrol event”) along with the patrol place, patrol time
and its radio ID to the control center. After receiving such
information, the control center transmits it to the PC via
the specified serial port protocol. Then the PC will display
the information via the patrol management software for
the dispatcher in the control center, allowing convenient
monitoring and dispatching.
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Functions and Operations
Operation:
1. When you have received the information from the
patrol transmitter, press the programmed Patrol
Event Select key to select an appropriate event (your
radio will broadcast a number to indicate the selected
event).
2. Press the programmed Patrol Event Affirm key to
transmit the selected event to the control center.
Note: This function is optional. Please contact Hytera
or your dealer if you need this function.
Vibrate (optional)
If enabled, your radio will give vibration aler t af ter
successful decoding.
Note: This function is optional. Please contact Hytera
or your dealer if you need this function.
Time-out Timer (TOT)
T h e p u r p o s e o f TOT i s t o p r eve n t a ny u s e r f r o m
occupying a channel for an extended time period. If the
preset time expires, the radio will automatically terminate
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transmission and keep beeping. To stop beeping,
please release the PTT key. You must wait for a certain
time period (preset by your dealer) to initiate another
transmission.
If the Pre-alert function is activated by your dealer, your
radio will alert you to the TOT expiration in advance.
Note: This feature is null in Emergency mode.
Safety Check
TC-700P will sound the alert tone after it receives the
safety check signal from the control center or another
radio. In this case, you need to press a key to stop the
alert tone, indicating that you are safe. Otherwise, your
radio will alarm automatically.
Low Battery Alert
This feature allows you to know the low battery status.
When the battery level runs low, the LED will flash red
and three beeps sound every 30 seconds. In this case,
please replace or charge the battery.
Signaling Introduction
The following types of signaling are available for TC-700P.
For detailed information, please contact your dealer.
Phone
This type of signaling allows your radio to call a telephone
terminal after appropriate programming. During use, your
radio may send the access code that allows a connection
to a telephone line, or send the exit code that allows a
disconnection from a telephone line.
Operation:
In the programming software, assign a sequence of
DTMF code to one of the Call 1-Call 5 keys or PTT ID,
and then associate the key with a programmable key or
enable the PTT ID function. Then press PTT or one of the
programmed Call 1-Call 5 keys to send the preset DTMF,
and to connect the telephone line.
HDC2400™ Signaling
HDC2400™ is the exclusive signaling provided by Hytera.
It allows various functions in this radio such as PTT ID,
Selective Call, Alert Call, Radio Check, Safety Check,
Kill, Stun, Revive, Emergency, Remote Monitor (decoding
only), Auto Contact and etc.
Encoding:
1. P r e s s t h e P T T k e y d u r i n g n o r m a l v o i c e
communication to send PTT ID.
2. Pr e s s t h e p r o g r a m m e d C a l l 1- C a l l 5 to s e n d
Selective Call, Aler t Call, Radio Check, Safet y
Check, Kill, Stun and Revive.
● Selective Call/Alert Call: The LED glows red during
encoding, and glows orange after encoding.
● PTT ID/Selective Call/Alert Call: Your dealer can
program whether the radio sounds side tone during
encoding or sounds beeps after encoding.
Decoding:
● Selective Call/Alert Call: The following indications
will be given after decoding.
Alert: The radio will sound customized or default
alert.
LED Indication: The LED flashes orange twice for
Individual Call and once for Group Call, Zone Call
and Broadcast.
Vibrate: The vibration times is programmable by
your dealer.
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Signaling Introduction
●
Killed: The speaker mutes, and any operation such
as key press is not allowed.
Stunned: The radio can receive signal only.
●
● Revived: The radio will restore to normal operation.
5-Tone Signaling
The 5-Tone signaling is a set of common international
standard signaling. Radios c ompliant with 5 -Tone
signaling can communicate with each other. In this radio,
the 5-Tone signaling allows functions such as Individual
Call, Group Call, Kill, Revive, Secret Alarm, Authorize,
Call Forward and etc.
Encoding:
● Press the PTT key during normal voice
communication to send PTT ID (whether to send
PTT ID is programmable by your dealer).
● Pr e s s t h e p r o g r a m m e d C a l l 1- C a l l 5 t o s e n d
Selective Call, Priority Call, Emergency Exit, Kill,
Revive, Secret Enquiry, Cancel Call, Authorize and
etc. The LED glows red during encoding, and glows
orange after encoding.
● Selective Call/Priority Call/Emergency Exit /Kill/
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Revive/Secret Enquiry/Cancel Call/Authorize: Your
dealer c an program whether the radio sounds
side tone during encoding or sounds beeps after
encoding.
Decoding:
● Selective Call/Priority Call/Emergency Exit: The
following indications will be given after decoding.
Alert: The radio will sound customized or default
alert.
LED Indication: The LED flashes orange twice for
Individual Call and once for Group Call, Zone Call
and Broadcast.
Vibrate: The radio will keep vibrating until a key is
pressed.
● Killed: The speaker mutes, and any operation such
as key press is not allowed.
● Revived: The radio will restore to normal operation.
Troubleshooting
Phenomena
Analysis
The radio can not be The battery may be improperly
powered on.
installed.
The battery may run out.
The battery may suffer from poor
contact caused by dirtied or damaged
battery contacts.
During receiving signals, The battery strength may be too low.
t h e v o i c e i s w e a k , The volume may be set to a low level.
discontinuous or totally The antenna may get loose or may be
improperly installed.
inactive.
The speaker may be blocked or
damaged.
Solution
Remove the battery and attach it again.
Recharge or replace the battery.
Clean the battery contacts. If the problem can not be
solved, contact your dealer or our authorized service center
for inspection and repair.
Recharge or replace the battery.
Increase the volume.
Power off the radio, re-install the antenna and power on the
radio again.
Clean surface of the speaker. If the problem can not be
solved, contact your dealer or our authorized service center
for inspection and repair.
You can not communicate T h e f r e q u e n c y o r s i g n a l i n g m a y Set your frequency and signaling to the same as that of
with other members.
be inconsistent with that of other other members.
members.
You may be too far away from the Move towards other members. And make sure that you are
group members.
within the communication range.
Irrelevant communication You may be interrupted by radios Change the frequency, or adjust the squelch level.
activities or noises are using the same frequency.
heard on the channel.
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Troubleshooting
Phenomena
Analysis
Irrelevant communication The radio may be set with no signaling.
activities or noises are
heard on the channel.
The noise is too loud.
You may be too far away from other
members.
You may be at an unfavorable position.
For example, your communication may be
blocked by high buildings or frustrated in
the underground areas.
You may suffer from external disturbance
(such as electromagnetic interference).
Solution
Set signaling for all member radios to avoid
interference at the same frequency.
Move towards other members, power off your radio and
then restart it.
Move to an open and flat area, and restart the radio.
Stay away from equipment that may cause interference.
If the above solutions can not fix your problems, or you may have some other queries, please contact us or your local dealer
for more technical support.
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Care and Cleaning
To guarantee optimal performance as well as a long
service life of your radio, please follow the tips below.
Radio Care
● Keep the radio far away from substances that can
corrode the circuit.
● Do not hold the radio by its antenna or earpiece
cable directly.
● Attach the accessory jack cover when the radio is
not in use.
Radio Cleaning
● Clean up the dust and fine particles on the radio
surface and charging piece with a clean and dry lintfree cloth or a brush regularly.
● Use neutral cleanser and a non-woven cloth to clean
the keys, control knobs and front case regularly.
Do not use chemical preparations such as stain
removers, alcohol, sprays or oil preparations, so
as to avoid surface case damage. Make sure the
terminal is completely dry before use.
Caution: Power off the radio and remove the battery
before cleaning.
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Optional Accessories
The following items are the main optional accessories for the radio, and please consult your local dealer for more other
accessories.
Earbud with on-MIC
PTT ESN06
Earbud with In-Line
PTT ESN05
Lightweight Singlemuff Headset ECN07
Earpiece with on-MIC PTT &
Transparent Acoustic Tube
EAN04
2-wire Earpiece with
Wireless Receiver and
Neck Loop EWN03
Noise-cancelling
Headset ECN08
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D-earset with Boom
Microphone EHN08
D-earset with In-Line
Microphone EHN07
2-wire Surveillance Earpiece with Lightweight Throat-vibration
Transparent Acoustic Tube
Earpiece ELN02
EAN07 (black)
Behind-the-head
Noise-cancelling
Headset ECN09
3-Wire Surveillance Earpiece
with Transparent Acoustic Tube
(black/beige) EAN02/ EAN06
Optional Accessories
Bone-conduction
Earpiece EBN01
Earpiece with Transparent
Acoustic Tube (for use with
remote speaker microphone)
Remote Speaker Microphone
(IP56) SM13N5
Li-Ion Battery (2100mAh)
BL2102
Ni-MH battery (1800mAh)
BH1801
Remote Speaker
Microphone SM08N1
MCU Multi-unit Rapid
Rate Charger (for Li-Ion/
Ni-MH batteries) MCA03
Earbud (for use with
remote speaker
microphone) ESS07
Six-Unit Switching
Power PS7002
Note:
Vehicle Adapter
CHV09
Belt Clip BC09 (for use
with battery BL2102 or
BH1801)
Antenna
Use only the accessories specified by
Hytera only. If not, Hytera shall not
be liable for any losses or damages
arising out of use of unauthorized
accessories.
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