Audiovox 1525 Owner`s manual

General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS)
Model/Modèle : GMRS-1525
Owner’s Manual
Manuel d'utilisation
MODE
SCAN
EMG
Customer Service/
Service à la clientèle
1-800-290-6650
CAUTIONS
NEVER ATTEMPT TO CHARGE ALKALINE OR DRY
CELL BATTERIES. WHEN RECHARGING USE ONLY
THE RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES SUPPLIED WITH
YOUR TRANSCEIVER. USE OF OTHER BATTERIES
WILL CAUSE DAMAGE TO YOUR GMRS-1525 RADIO
TRANSCEIVER. OTHER TYPES OF BATTERIES MAY
BURST CAUSING PERSONAL INJURY.
AVOID PLACING THE GMRS-1525 RADIO TRANSCEIVER
FOR PROLONGED PERIODS OF TIME IN DIRECT
SUNLIGHT OR TEMPERATURES BELOW -4° F (-20° C)
OR ABOVE 140 ° F (60° C).
KEEP THE ANTENNA AT 1 INCH (2.5 cm) AWAY FROM
YOUR HEAD AND BODY. DO NOT USE YOUR
GMRS-1525 RADIO TRANSCEIVER WITH A DAMAGED
ANTENNA.
PLACE THE RUBBER COVERS ON JACKS WHEN NOT
IN USE
Model GMRS-1525 (FCC License Required)
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GMRS-1525
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MODE
SCAN
EMG
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WITH COVER
OPEN
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AUDIO
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Battery Door
Monitor/Lamp Button
Detachable Belt Clip
Push-To-Talk (PTT) Button
Antenna (Not Removable)
External Speaker/Microphone
Jack
7. Built-in Speaker
8. Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
9. Built-in Microphone
10. Up Channel Button
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OX
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11. Down Channel Button
12. Mode Button
13. SCAN/LOCK Button
14. Emergency (EMG) Call
Button
15. Power On/Off and Volume
Control
16. External DC In Jack
17. Transmit Indicator (Red),
Receive and Monitor
Indicator (Green)
Model GMRS-1525 DISPLAY
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1. Key Lock Indicator: Icon appears in autolock selection mode when
the key lock is activated. This function disables keys such as channel
up/down keys.
2. Beep Tone Indicator: This icon blinks in the selection mode and is
constant when selected. When a key is pressed a tone will sound.
3. Emergency: icon appears when the emergency button is pressed.
4. Coded Tone Controlled Squelch System (CTCSS) Indicator: Icon
appears when the CTCSS tone function is active.
5. Battery Level Indicator: Icon indicates the battery charge level.
6. Small Segment Display: Displays the CTCSS tone option in the channel
form(00-38) or frequency (Hz).
7. Busy Channel Lock Out (BCLO) Indicator: Icon appears in Busy
Channel Lock selection mode. This function prevents transmissions
on a channel while another transmission is occurring on the same channel.
8. Priority Scan Indicator: This function allows the user to designate a
channel to be scanned every .5 second and play any signals recieved
on that channel.
9. Voice Activated Transmission (VOX) Indicator: This function allows
hands free conversation. The icon appears when the VOX mode is
activated.
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10.Scan Indicator: Icon appears when a channnel is in the list channels
to be scanned.
11.Monitor Indicator: Icon appears when the Monitor Button is pressed
and the channel monitor function is activated.
12.Skip Indicator: Icon appears when a channnel is in the list channels
to be skipped during scanning.
13.Received Signal Strength Indicator: Icon appears when a signal is
being received. The icon consists of five bars to indicate the received
signal level.
14.Large Segment Display: Indicates the channel number in use.
GMRS License:
Use of GMRS radios within the United States require a FCC GMRS license.
An individual18 years of age or older, who is not a representataive of a
foreign government, is eligible to apply for a GMRS system license. You will
need two forms from the FCC, FCC Form 159 and FCC Form 605 Main
Form and Schedule F. You can find the forms online at http://www.fcc.gov/
formpage.html, or call 1-800-418-3676.
Powering the transceiver:
Your GMRS-1525 radio transceiver operates on four AAA batteries . You
may operate your GMRS-1525 using the rechargeable batteries included or
you may use alkaline batteries. Alkaline batteries will provide slightly better
performance than the rechargeable batteries, but must never be recharged
in the radio transceiver.
Installing the batteries:
To install batteries into the radio, it is convenient to remove the belt clip. To
do this, release the spring clip securing the belt clip to radio and press the
belt clip downward and away from the radio body. Next, using a fingernail
press the battery cover latch down and open. Lift the bottom and slide the
battery cover downward. Insert four AAA alkaline batteries (All four positive
ends (+) toward the bottom of the transceiver) or the four rechargeable
batteries provided. Replace the cover.
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SPRING CLIP
BELT CLIP
BATTERY
COVER
SIZE
BATTERY COVER
LATCH
AAA
SIZE
AAA
ALL FOUR
BATTERIES
POSITIVE (+)
SIDE
1. Using fingernail 2. Lift the bottom of the 3. Insert four AAA batteries
(all four positive ends (+)
press battery cover
cover and then slide
toward the bottom of the
latch down and
the battery cover
transceiver) or insert the
open.
downward.
rechargeable batteries.
The following guidelines will improve performance and provide longer
operating times for the GMRS-1525:
1. Do not mix old and new batteries.
2. The use of alkaline-type batteries is recommended to provide the longest
operating time.
3. Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (Ni-MH)
batteries.
4. If the unit is not to be used for an extended period of time, remove the
batteries. Old or leaking batteries can cause damage to the unit and will
void the warranty.
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Charging the GMRS-1525:
Insert the charging transformer into a household electrical outlet and connect
the power jack to the socket located on the side of the GMRS-1525. The
red LED on the front of the charging transformer serves as a charge indicator.
Approximately 12–16 hours are required to fully charge the batteries.
Remember to turn your GMRS-1525 OFF before charging the batteries.
Caution: The charging transformer is intended for use with the
supplied rechargeable Ni-MH batteries. Do not attempt to
recharge any other type batteries. Avoid overcharging the
batteries to extend the batteries lifetime.
CHARGING
TRANSFORMER
RED LED
CHARGING
INDICATOR
C
WITH COVER
OPEN
TRANSFORMER
CONNECTOR
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Controls:
Power On-Off/Volume (15):
Turn the On-Off/Volume knob clockwise. You will hear a confirming melody to
indicate the unit is on. To turn the unit off, turn the On-Off/Volume knob counterclockwise.
To Adjust Volume:
Hold the Monitor Button down to listen to audio level while rotating the
On-Off/Volume knob. Clockwise to increase volume and counter-clockwise
to decrease volume.
Monitor/Lamp Button (2):
This button is used to to check activity on the current frequency before
transmitting. Check activity by holding down Monitor Button longer than
2 seconds and (MON) will apppear on the display. You will hear static if
frequency is clear. Do not transmit if you hear conversation. Hold
down the Monitor Button again longer than 2 seconds and (MON) will
disapppear from the display.
The monitor function will temporarily bypass the squelch setting and play all signals
on a given channel. This useful when comunicating with other parties at extreme
range.
By pressing this button momentarily, the LCD backlight is turned on; press
again and the LCD backlight is turned off.
The monitor function can be turned off by momentarily pressing the monitor/
lamp button once.
Push To Talk (PTT) Button (4):
Pressing and holding this button will allow you to speak to any transceiver
that is set to the same channel and privacy code setting as yours. Hold the
transceiver approximately 1 to 2 inches from your face as you speak into the
built in microphone (9). After you have finished speaking, release the PTT
Button to allow the reception of incoming signals. It is not possible to transmit
and receive at the same time. A red transmit LED (Transmit/Monitor Indicator)
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located above the LCD Panel (8) will light while the PTT Button is pressed.
Releasing the button allows the unit to revert to standby mode. When receiving
an incoming signal, a green monitor LED indicator will light and the received
signal strength indicator will display the relative strenth of the signal.
The PTT Button can also be used as a two-way call ringer. Pressing the button
twice quickly will call another party on the same channel. You will hear a
confirming melody.
Up Button (10):
In the standby mode, pressing this button briefly will change the frequency to
the next higher channel. Holding button down will cycle through channels rapidly.
(Channels 1-15)
Down Button (11):
In the standby mode, pressing this button briefly will change the frequency to
the next lower channel. Holding button down will cycle through channels rapidly.
(Channels 1-15)
Mode Button (12):
In the standby mode, pressing this button momentarily will enter the function
edit mode. Subsequent presses will cycle to each mode.
First Press: Coded Tone Controlled Squelch System (CTCSS)
Second Press: Voice Activated Transmission (VOX) Level
Third Press: Channel Scan/Skip List
Fourth Press: Beep ON-OFF
Fifth Press: Busy Channel Lock Out (BCLO) ON-OFF
Sixth Press: Squelch Level
Seventh Press: Priority Channel
Emergency Call Button Button (14):
Pressing this button will set the transceiver to the Emergency Channel (Channel
10, 462.6750 MHz). Usually, this channel is not monitored, but is to be used
in emergency situations pertaining to the immediate safety of life or property.
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External Microphone/Speaker (6):
This jack accepts an Audiovox headset/microphone for totally hands free
operation.
Scan/Lock Mode (13):
Press this Button momentarily to enable or disable the scan. Press and
hold Button for more than 1 second to lock or unlock keypad.
Operating Modes and Features
Operation
- Rotate the volume control (15) clockwise to turn power ON. The
transceiver will be in normal mode.
- Select the desired channel with the Up (10) and Down (11) Buttons.
When receiving a call, the signal strength meter appears to indicate
incoming received signal strength and the Receive-Monitor indicator
(17) lights green.
- Push and hold PTT Button (4) to transmit, then speak in to the
microphone clearly and slowly. The (red) Transmit indicator (17)
lights.
- Release PTT Button (4) to receive.
- Communication can only be accomplished when the channel and
CTCSS tone frequency of at least two parties are the same.
- During communication the CTCSS icon will be displayed on the LCD
panel if the CTCSS tone frequency function is enabled.
Channel Selection
In order to communicate with other GMRS units, both transmitting and
receiving party must be on the same frequency.
The GMRS-1525 has 15 channels (frequencies) (1-15) indicated by the large
digits on the LCD display panel. Channels 1 through 7 are the same
frequency as FRS channels 1 through 7. Communication with Audiovox
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FRS and compatible units is possible on these seven channels. Before transmitting on the selected channel, press the Monitor Button (2) to check the
activity on that channel. If there is activity on the selected channel, change to
another channel that is clear.
To change the basic channel,
- In the standby mode, press the Up Button (10) briefly to move to the next
higher main channel number.
- Press the Down Button (11) briefly to move to the next lower main channel number.
CTCSS Mode (Sub Channel Selection)
Coded Tone Controlled Squelch System (CTCSS) with 38 Sub-Frequencies.
This feature allows you to utilize the coded squelch tones (00 ~ 38) within a
main channel. This enables you to communicate with another party on the
same main channel using the same sub-code. This filters out unwanted
transmissions (transmissions without the same coded squelch tone). There
are 38 CTCSS Sub-channels for each main channel. A different subcode
may be selected for each of the 15 channels.
To change the CTCSS Sub-channel,
- Press the Mode Button until the sub channel number or frequency is
displayed. Once a value is entered the Icon (CTC) appears and flashes
in the LCD panel.
- Press the Up Button or Down Button to choose the desired sub-channel
to use.
- Press the PTT Button to confirm your selection.
NOTE: To communicate with other GMRS units, they must be switched to
the same channel and CTCSS sub code. To communicate with
other GMRS units that do not have sub codes, switch your unit to
the same channel with the sub code set to 00 or 000.0 depending
on the CTCSS mode display.
The CTCSS subcodes do not prevent others from hearing your
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transmission. This will only allow you to ignore all traffic on a given
channel not using the same subcode.
CTCSS Mode Display
This feature allows you to display the CTCSS tone in either a channel number or frequency.
To change the display of the CTCSS tone to either a channel number or
frequency,
-Turn on the transceiver ON while pressing the Mode Button.
-Press the Mode Button until (tccode or tcfreq) appears.
-Press the Up Button or Down Button to select the code number display
or the frequency number display.
- Press the PTT Button to confirm your selection.
VOX Selection Mode
This option enables you to have hands-free conversation. Your voice or
the signal is detected and the radio transmits without the need to press the
PTT button.
To set radio for VOX operation,
- Rotate the volume control counterclockwise to turn power OFF.
- Press and hold PTT Button.
- Rotate the volume control clockwise to turn power ON.
To set the VOX sensitivity level,
- Press the Mode Button until the VOX icon flashes and (Vo _ _)
appears in LCD Panel.
- Press the Up Button or Down Button to select from 01 - 10 Voice
Levels with 01 being the least sensitive and 10 being the most
sensitive.
- The 01-10 Level setting determines VOX response sensitivity.
- Press the PTT Button to confirm your selection.
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- To turn off the VOX feature, Rotate the volume control counterclockwise to
turn power OFF and then turn power ON again.
The VOX sensitivity level setting is dependent on the ambient background noise
and will need to be adjusted accordingly.
Auto Channel Scan List Selection Mode
This feature allows you to add or remove channels from the scan list.
To access the Auto Channel Scan/Skip List menu,
- Press the Mode Button until the Icon (SKIP) or (SCAN) flashes on the
LCD panel.
- Press the Up Button to enter the channel in the SCAN List.
- Press the Down Button to enter the channel in the SKIP List.
- Press the PTT Button to confirm your selection(s).
NOTE: Pressing the Down button will enter a given channel to the skip list
and then increment the display to the next channel number to be
assigned to either the skip or scan lists.
Scan Operation
To enable the scan mode,
- Press Scan Button momentarily (SC on) will appear on the LCD panel.
- When in scan mode, the display will show each channel on the scan
list as it is scanned. The unit will begin scanning for an active main
channel.
- When unit doesn’t find any signals and you want to transmit, press the
PTT switch to return to home channel operation. The transceiver will
automatically resume scanning 3 seconds after the communication
is completed.
- If there is no activity and you want to leave the scan mode, press the
Scan Button momentarily (SC off) will appear on the LCD panel and
unit will return to normal operation and (Scan) indicator will disappear
from LCD panel.
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NOTE: If S[ Err appears on the display when activating the scan mode this
indicates that there are no channels on the scan list. Always verify
that at least two channels are on the scan list before activating the
scan function.
Key Tone
This feature allows the transceiver to sound a tone whenever the following
keys are pressed: Monitor Button, Up Down Buttons, Mode Button, Scan
Button, or the EMG Button.
To turn the key tones on or off access the Key Tone menu,
- Press the Mode Button until the Bell Icon flashes on the LCD panel.
- Press the Up or Down Button to toggle the key tone feature on or off.
- Press the PTT Button to confirm your selection.
The bell icon will display in standby mode whenever the beep tones are
activated.
Busy Channel Lock Out (BCLO) Selection Mode
This feature inhibits transmission whenever the unit detects another
conversation is on the same channel.
To access the Busy Channel Lock Out selection menu,
- Press the Mode Button until the (BCLO) icon flashes on the LCD panel.
- Press the Up or Down to toggle the (BCLO) function on or off.
- Press the PTT Button to confirm your selection.
Squelch Level
This feature determines the signal level that an incoming signal must have
in order to be played by the transceiver’s internal speaker or through a
headset. Using the high (HI) setting, the stronger the signal must be in
order for the transceiver to play it. If you desire to communicate with other
transceivers in close proximity, the squelch should be set high (HI) to
eliminate unwanted weak signals. If the transceiver is being used at
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extreme range, the squelch should be set low to allow reception of weak signals. The squelch setting high (HI) or low (Lo) is applied to all channels.
To access the Squelch Level Scan menu,
- Press the Mode Button until the (S HI) or (S Lo) icon flashes on the
LCD panel.
- Press the Up or Down Button to toggle the squelch from high to low
setting.
- Press the PTT Button to confirm your selection.
Priority Scan Channel Selection Mode
This feature allows you monitor one particular channel while scanning other
channels at the same time. If you pre-set any priority channel other than the
current channel in use, the pre-set channel will be scanned every 0.5 second
and any strong signals on that channel will be played.
To access the Priority Scan menu,
- Press the Mode Button until the (PRIO) icon flashes on the LCD panel.
- Press the Up Button or Down Button to select the desired channel
number you wish to monitor. Only channels on the scan list will be
available as a priority channel.
- Press the PTT Button for 2 seconds to toggle a channel’s priority
status on or off.
NOTE: If PrErr displays when entering the priority channel selection mode,
this indicates that no channels have been selected to the scan list.
Two or more channels must be selected to the scan list for proper
operation of the priority channel feature.
Auto Key Lock Selection Mode
This feature prevents accidental channel change to the preferred settings of
the unit. The Auto Key Lock function temporarily disables the Up, Down
and Mode Buttons.
To access the Auto Key Lock selection menu,
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- Press and hold the Scan Button for over 2 seconds to Lock or Unlock the
Auto Key Function.
The PTT, EMG, Monitor Buttons and the On-Off/Volume switch are not effected.
Call Ringer Selection Mode
The transceiver provides 5 user selectable call ringer melodies to alert you
of an incoming call.
To select your favorite call ringer melody,
- Press and hold Emergency Button then rotate the volume control
clockwise to turn power ON. (C 01) appears on the LCD panel.
- Press the Up Button or Down Button to preview the 5 available melodies.
- Press the PTT Button to confirm your selection.
- To activate the Call Ringer, press PTT Button twice.
Time Out Timer (TOT) Selection Mode
This feature allows the user to limit continous transmission times (pressing
and holding the PTT button) to 30, 60, or 180 seconds.
To access the Time Out Timer selection menu,
- Press and hold Mode Button then rotate the volume control clockwise to
turn power ON. (T OFF, 30, 60, or 180) appears on the LCD panel.
- Press the Up Button or Down Button to select the 30, 60, or 180 second
time delays.
- The T OFF setting will disable the Time Out Timer function.
- Press the PTT Button to confirm your selection.
Emergency Channel Mode
The Emergency Channel can be used transmit and receive on a special
emergency frequency (CH10: 462.6750 MHz).
The Emergency Channel can be selected quickly from any user mode.
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To access the Emergency Channel mode,
- Press Emergency Button (EMG) and Channel 10 appears on the LCD
panel.
- To turn off the Emergency Channel feature, press the Emergency Button once.
Additional Functions
When the Error or UL icon appears on the LCD panel, recharge unit or
install fresh batteries. If this icon continues to appear on the LCD, please
contact your authorized service center. Prior to contacting your authorized
service center, please check the following:
1. Check the operating procedures.
2. Verify that the two radios are set to the same frequency.
3. Verify correct battery installation.
4. Change location to check if reception or transmission improve.
Battery Packs
There are two methods of powering the GMRS-1525:
1. Alkaline Batteries - (4 x AAA size)
2. Rechargeable Batteries - Rechargeable Ni-MH battery pack and wall
charger (included). Normal charging time; 12-16 hours
To extend battery life, avoid overcharging the battery pack.
Troubleshooting
Problem
No transmission
while pressing
the PTT Button
Possible cause
Weak batteries
Incorrect battery polarity
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Correction
Charge or replace batteries
Install the batteries
following the directions in
paragraph Installing the
Batteries.
Troubleshooting (Cont.)
Problem
Weak or no
signal received
Possible cause
Correction
Weak batteries
Channel and privacy
code not set the same
as target transceiver
Volume level too low
PTT Button inadvertently
depressed
Excessive radio interference
on a particular channel
Obstruction of radio signal
Unit beeps, but
will not function
when turned on
Reception of
unwanted signals
ScErr Displays
when pressing
scan
PrErr when
accessing priority
channel selection
mode
Batteries extremely
discharged
CTCSS privacy mode
not on
Interference from
electronic devices such
as computers or TVs
No channels selected on the
scan list.
No channels selected on the
scan list.
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Charge or replace batteries
Adjust the transceiver’s
settings to match those
settings of the target
transceiver
Increase volume level
Release PTT Button
Change to a different
channel
Avoid operating in or near
large buildings or vehicles
Charge or replace batteries
Turn on the CTCSS privacy
mode and set code number to
match the setting of the
target transceiver.
Turn the devices off or move
farther away from them.
Select 2 or more channels
to the scan list.
Select 2 or more channels
to the scan list.
Technical Specifications:
General
Frequency Range
462.5500 - 462.7250 MHz
Channels
15
Privacy Codes
38 for each main channel
Dimensions (W x H x D)
2.26 in x 6.94 in x 1.15 in
57.5 mm x 176.4 mm x 9.4mm
Power Supply
Power Source
Alkaline Batteries, AAA (4), 6 VDC
Ni-MH rechargeable, AAA (4), 4.8 VDC
Operating Time
14 hours
(Transmit: Receive: Standby) (5: 5: 90 ratio)
(Based on alkaline batteries)
Receiver
Useable Sensitivity
>-119 dB
Maximum Audio Output Power > 0.5 Watt (4 Ohm )
Modulation Distortion
< 5% (1 kHz 70%)
Transmitter
RF Output Power
2 Watts
Range
Up to 5 miles
Maximum Deviation
+/- 2.5 kHz
Modulation Distortion
< 5% (1 kHz 70%)
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NOTES FOR GOOD COMMUNICATION
1 . The GMRS-1525 15 channels are shared on a ‘take turns’ basis. This
means other groups may be talking on any of the channels. A
common code of ethics/courtesy is to switch to another vacant
channel and not to attempt to talk over someone who is already using
the channel you first selected.
2. The GMRS-1525 has been designed to maximize performance and
improve transmission range in the field. To avoid interference, it is
recommended that you do not use the units closer than 5 feet apart.
3. For best transmission results, always keep your mouth about 2-3 inches
from the microphone (9) and speak slowly in a normal voice.
Warning
• Do not operate the transceiver unless you are licensed to do so.
• Remove the batteries from the transceiver if it is not expected to be used
for long periods. This will eliminate the possibility of chemicals leaking
from the batteries and corroding the transceiver.
• Avoid exposing the transceiver to water or extremes of temperature.
• Do not use this device in or near a mining facility, which uses remotely
triggered explosives or in areas labeled “Blasting Area”. Premature or
accidental detonation may result.
• Do not attempt to modify or in any way increase the output of this
transceiver. Its output is designed to meet the legal limits set by the FCC.
• Do not use this device or change its batteries in potentially explosive
atmospheres as sparks in such areas could result in an explosion.
• Turn your transceiver off wherever posted notices restrict the use of radios
or cellular telephones. Facilities such as hospitals may use equipment
that is sensitive to RF energy.
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• Turn your transceiver off on board aircraft when requested to do so.
• Do not place your radio in front of a vehicle’s air-bag. If the air-bag deploys,
it could propel the transceiver like a projectile causing bodily injury.
This transceiver complies with FCC regulations for use in the United States
of America. Use in other countries may be prohibited or restricted by local
regulation. Please check with the local regulating agency before using
this device outside the United States of America.
Main Channel Frequencies:
Channel
Freq. MHz
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
462.5625
462.5875
462.6125
462.6375
462.6625
462.6875
462.7125
462.5750
Channel
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Freq. MHz
462.6250
462.6750
462.5500
462.6000
462.6500
462.7000
462.7250
NOTE: Channels 1 through 7 are shared with FRS radios.
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Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System Tone
Frequencies (in Hz)
CTCSS
Freq. Hz
CTCSS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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67.0
71.9
74.4
77.0
79.7
82.5
85.4
88.5
91.5
94.8
97.4
100.0
103.5
107.2
110.9
114.8
118.8
123.0
127.3
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21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
*00 = No Tone
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Freq. Hz
131.8
136.5
141.3
146.2
151.4
156.7
162.2
167.9
173.8
179.9
186.2
192.8
203.8
210.7
218.7
225.7
233.6
241.8
250.3
90 DAY LIMITED WARRANTY
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AUDIOVOX CORPORATION (the Company) warrants to the original retail
purchaser of this product that should this product or any part thereof, under normal
use and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship within 90 days
from the date of original purchase, such defect(s) will be repaired or replaced with
new or reconditioned product (at the Company's option) without charge for parts and
repair labor.
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to be delivered with proof of warranty coverage (e.g. dated bill of sale),
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address shown below.
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REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE
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