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User Guide – HT900 Series
v10/10
Professional submersible handheld transceivers
ATEX approved Intrinsically Safe
II 2 G Ex ib IIC T4
Ex ib IIC T4
Common Information
(all models)
HT902/912/922/982(U)
Entry
HT902S/912S/922S/982S(U)
Entry Selcall
HT903/913/923/983(U)
Entry LCD
HT905/915/925/985(U)
Advanced Selcall, 8-key
HT906/916/926/986(U)
Advanced Selcall, Full Keypad
Introduction
Common
This guide covers the basics of your radio’s operation. To meet your exact
requirements the radio may have been customised by your Entel authorised dealer.
These features will be explained in a separate guide issued by the dealer.
Table of Contents
Common Information (all models)
Page
Certification
Radio / battery care
Battery care / information
Packing List
Optional Accessories
Preparing Your Radio For Use
2
3
4
5
5&6
6&7
HT902/912/922/982(U)
Feature List
Controls & Indicators
8
9
HT902S/912S/922S/982S(U)
Feature List
Controls & Indicators
10
11
HT903/913/923/983(U)
Feature List
Controls & Indicators
12
13
HT905/915/925/985(U)
Feature List
Controls & Indicators
LCD Icons
14
15
16
HT906/916/926/986(U)
Feature List
Controls & Indicators
LCD Icons
Certification information
18
19
20
21
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Certification
Declaration of Conformity
Common
We Entel UK Limited of:
Entel UK Ltd
320 Centennial Avenue
Centennial Park
Elstree
Borehamwood
Hertfordshire
WD6 3TJ
United Kingdom
Declares under our sole responsibility that the product range:
HT900 Series Handheld Radio Transceiver
Conforms to the following standards or other nominative documents:
• EN 300 086-2 V1.2.1, EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1:2008, EN 301 489-5 V1.3.1:2002,
EN 60950-1:2006, in accordance with Directive 99/5/EC.
• EN 60079-0:2006, EN 60079-0:2009, EN 60079-11:2007 in accordance with Directive 94/9/EC
Related Certificate:
94/9/EC: Sira 10ATEX2066X
IECEx SIR 10.0035X
Marking:
II 2 G
Ex ib IIC T4 Gb
Notified Body No. 0518
Sira Certification, Rake Lane, Chester CH4 9JN, UK
Quality Assurance Notification:
94/9/EC
Intertek
Notified Body 0359
Intertek House, Leatherhead KT22 7SB, UK
M Austin
Date: 1 October 2010
Quality Manager
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Radio care
Common
Warranty
The HT9XX comes with a 24 month warranty, for
details see our full terms & conditions.
Advice
•
Do not use options or accessories not specified by
Entel
•
Ensure that the radio is used within the parameters
for which it was designed
•
Please switch the transceiver off before connecting
optional accessories
Warning
Turn the transceiver off in the following locations outside
of the radio’s ATEX approval rating:
•
In explosive atmospheres (flammable gas, dust
including metallic & grain powders etc)
•
Whilst taking on fuel or while parked near fuel
station
•
Near explosives or blasting sites
•
In aircraft, medical institutions or near persons
known to be wearing a pacemaker
Caution
•
Do not disassemble or modify the transceiver for
any reason
•
Do not transmit while touching the antenna
terminal or any exposed metallic parts of the
aerial as this may result in a burn
•
Please check and observe regulations in your
country with regards to use whilst driving
End of Life Disposal
•
When your Entel transceiver reaches the end of its
useful life, please ensure that the unit is disposed of
in an environmentally friendly way. For country
specific information please see:
www.entel.co.uk/recycling
Cleaning your Radio
After exposure to any potentially corrosive substance
including salt water it is recommended to thoroughly
wash the transceiver in fresh water. If washing with the
battery removed from the radio, ensure that the battery
is not immersed in water & clean only with a damp cloth.
Note: Do not wash
the transceiver if
you suspect the
waterproofing seal
may be damaged.
Please return to
your supplier for
inspection / repair.
Battery care
Introduction
Your Entel radio is supplied with a high performance
Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) battery. These batteries:
•
Extend talk time
•
Reduce the battery’s size and weight
•
Do not suffer from ‘memory effect’ that reduces the
life of Ni-Cad and NiMH batteries
•
Have a low toxicity, therefore reducing the impact
on the environment
Battery Pack Precautions
•
•
•
Switch the transceiver OFF before charging
Charge the battery pack before use
Do not recharge the battery pack if it is already fully
3
charged.This could lead to a premature battery
replacement warning message (See Battery
Communications on page 4)
•
Charge the battery in accordance with the
instructions enclosed with your charger
•
Do not charge the transceiver and/or battery pack
if they are wet
The battery pack includes potentially hazardous
components. Please:
•
Do not disassemble or reconstruct battery
•
Do not short-circuit the battery
•
Do not incinerate or apply heat to the battery
•
Do not immerse the battery unless attached securly
to the radio in water or get it wet by other means
Battery care / information
Do not charge the battery near fires or under
direct sunlight
•
Use only the specified charger and observe
charging requirements
•
Do not pierce the battery with any object or
strike it with an instrument
•
Do not use the battery pack if it is damaged in
any way
•
Do not reverse-charge or reverse-connect the
battery
•
Do not touch a ruptured or leaking battery
Common
•
The warranty on all batteries is 12 months or 450
charge cycles, whichever is the sooner. After 420
cycles, at switch on the radio will emit a series of
short tones, and on LCD models a waste bin icon will
flash to alert you to the need to buy a new battery.
If liquids from the battery get into your
eyes, immediately:
•
Wash your eyes out with fresh water avoiding
rubbing them. Seek medical treatment
Battery Pack
•
If a battery is not to be used for an extended
period of time (e.g. several months) remove the
battery pack from the equipment and store in a
cool and dry location (around 0°C) part charged.
Do not fully discharge the battery before storage.
•
Each charge cycle reduces the battery’s life.
Minimise the number of times you charge your
battery especially in hotter environments which
further shortens a battery’s life.
The battery pack has an over-current protection
circuit fitted. When charging a completely discharged
battery i.e. first charge, ensure the battery is removed
from the radio and then re-attached (if fitted to radio
when charging). This will reset the protection circuitry
and ensure normal operation. This process will need
to be repeated if the battery is allowed to completely
discharge in the future. In normal use this is unlikely.
Battery Communications
Each battery used with your radio has a
microprocessor fitted, which logs the number of times
your battery has been charged.
On a radio with an LCD display, the number of times
the battery has been charged, together with the
remaining charge cycles available, will be shown during
switch on (if not de-activated by your dealer).
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After 450 cycles, at switch on the radio will emit a
series of long beeps, and on LCD models the message
will change to BATTERY COUNT EXCEEDED
REPLACE BATTERY. The radio will continue to
operate but its operational time may be reduced,
eventually failing all together.
Note: only genuine Entel batteries should be used.
Only genuine batteries offer the battery charge count
feature informing you when the battery is reaching the
end of its useful life. Non ATEX batteries will not
work on ATEX radios ensuring customer safety.
Customer satisfaction is assured as you can not be
supplied with sub standard, potentially dangerous
battery packs from 3rd party manufacturers, ensuring
it delivers the expected capacity and endurance.
On HT series batteries a breathable membrane is
used. This is clearly marked on the battery label.
Piercing the membrane will allow water ingress to the
battery and will invalidate the warranty.
Packing List
Common
•
HT9XX Radio
•
CNB950E Rechargeable 1800mAh Li-Ion battery
•
CBH750 Spring loaded belt clip
•
CATXX Antenna
•
User guide CD
•
CSAHT Intelligent rapid charger (only supplied with HT9X2, HT9X2S and HT9X3 models)
Optional Accessories
Battery & Charger Options
CNB950E
CSAHT
CSBHT
CCAHT-230
CCAHT-110
CCAHT-12
Spare ATEX approved 1800mAh Lithium-Ion battery pack with rear clip
1-way intelligent rapid charger, 100-240v
6-way intelligent, rapid charger, 100-240v
1-way trickle charger with 230V mains adapter
1-way trickle charger with 110V mains adapter
1-way trickle charger with cigar lighter lead, 12V DC operation
Carry Options
CLC952
CLC953
CLC956
CBH750
Heavy duty black leather case with strap & belt loop
Heavy duty black leather case with strap & belt loop
Heavy duty black leather case with strap & belt loop
Spare spring loaded belt clip
Audio Accessory Options
CMP950
EHP9
EA12/950
EA15/950
EA19/950
EHP950
EPT40/950
CHP950HS
Heavy duty submersible speaker microphone
D-shaped earpiece (plugs into CMP950 above)
D-shaped earpiece with in-line PTT/microphone & VOX*
Earpiece microphone with transparent acoustic tube & VOX*
D-shaped earpiece with boom microphone and in-line PTT & VOX*
D-Shaped earpiece (connects directly to radio)
Bone conductive earpiece microphone with PTT and VOX*
Single earpiece heavy duty ear defender headset with boom mic for hard hat & VOX*
Note: The use of non Entel approved accessories will invalidate your ATEX intrinsically
safe approval. Refer to certificate Sira 10ATEX 2066X for permitted accessories.
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Optional Accessories cont...
Common
CHP950HD Double earpiece defender headset with boom mic and in line PTT for hard hat & VOX*
CHP950D
Double earpiece headband defender headset with boom mic and in line PTT & VOX*
CHP950BT Bluetooth double earpiece headband defender headset with boom mic and ear cup PTT
* VOX = Voice Operated Transmit (hands free operation)
Bluetooth option board in radio is required to use Bluetooth audio accessories.
Antenna Options
CXW640
CAT20
CAT80
CAT20S
CAT80S
CAT10S-78
CAT10S-85
CAT10S
CAT700-40
Antenna adapter for external aerial
Helical antenna VHF
Whip antenna UHF
Stubby antenna VHF
Stubby antenna UHF
78MHz compressed antenna
85MHz compressed antenna
66-88MHz uncut compressed antenna
30-50MHz antenna
For complete up to date list of optional
accessories visit www.entel.co.uk
Preparing Your Radio For Use
Attaching / Removing the Battery Pack
1
2
1 To attach, locate the pegs on the bottom of the
battery and place into the slots on the radio.
Then press the top of the battery against the
radio. Secure battery by tightening the screw
clockwise by hand. (Do not over tighten)
2 To remove, unscrew the locking screw
anticlockwise and pull the battery away from the
top of the radio.
Attaching / Removing the Belt Clip
3 To attach, press the clip into the slot on the back
of the battery and slide up until you hear a
“click”.
3
4
a
4 To remove, pull the tab (a) towards the belt clip.
Then slide the belt clip downwards (b).
b
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Preparing Your Radio For Use cont...
Attaching / Removing the Aerial
Common
1 To attach, carefully align the aerial with the
socket. Screw in the aerial clockwise (taking
1
care not to cross the thread) until it is seated
firmly with the accessory cover’s rubber ring
between the aerial & the the top of the radio.
2
2 To remove, unscrew the aerial anti-clockwise.
HT9X2
Attaching / Removing Audio Accessories
3 To attach, remove the accessory cover by unscrewing the
locking screw anti-clockwise (leave cover secured under
antenna as this provides a waterproof seal). Attach accessory
plug by locating over the socket. Carefully tighten the locking
screw clockwise until finger tight (do not tighten with a
screwdriver etc).
4 To remove, unscrew accessory plug the locking screw by
hand in an anti-clockwise direction (carefully use a coin or
screwdriver if too tight). Ensure you re-fit the accessory
waterproof cover so as to protect the accessory socket.
Charging Your Radio
Several charger options are available.
Please refer to your charger user guide.
Turning your radio on
Turn your radio on by pressing the on / off button on the front of the radio. The radio will bleep and
the LED will illuminate constant yellow for approximately 4 seconds, followed by a second “warble” (if
not disabled by the Dealer when programmed).
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HT902/912/922/982(U)
Standard Features:
16 programmable channels
•
CTCSS & DCS (analogue & digital squelch) with squelch tail elimination (removes the ‘shh’ noise)
•
Exceptionally loud and clear audio
•
Robust design, exceeds MIL-STD-810C/D/E/F
•
Environmentally protected to IP68 i.e. submersible to 5 metres for up to 60 minutes
•
1800mAH Lithium-Ion battery for superior operational time
•
Full band switching allows access to all channels in each band
•
Battery charge count
•
Radio cloning mode
•
Low battery alert indicates when the battery needs recharging
Dealer programmable features:
•
VOX for hands free operation
•
High / Low transmit power
•
Normal & priority scan (programmable per channel position)
•
Panic (personal attack) button causes high pitch, high volume, siren tone to be emitted from the
radio’s speaker
•
Key lock button
•
Prefixed minimum volume level and fixed bleep level
•
Channel monitor (CTCSS/DCS Defeat)
•
Talkaround (allows communication away from a base station)
•
Transmit time out-timer (ensures channels are not blocked)
•
Voice scrambler with 1 code per channel (option)
•
Automatic power save to further increase operational time
•
User adjustable squelch level
8
HT9X2
•
Controls & Indicators
7 Dealer
programmable
button 3
Antenna
3 Channel / Scan
control
5 Dealer
programmable
button 1
8 LED indicator
HT9X2S
4 Push To Talk
(PTT) button
2 Volume control
6 Dealer
programmable
button 2
Speaker
1 On / Off
Microphone
1 On / Off button. Press to turn radio on, press and hold to turn off.
2 Press up / down buttons to increase / reduce volume.
3 Channel / Scan control. Rotate to select the desired channel or scan setting.
4 Push To Talk (PTT) button. Press to speak and release to listen.
5 Dealer programmable button 1 (ask your dealer for more information).
6 Dealer programmable button 2 (ask your dealer for more information).
7 Dealer programmable button 3 (ask your dealer for more information).
8 LED indicator.
• RED steady
= Transmitting
• RED flashing slowly
= Battery needs re-charging
• GREEN steady
= Receiving
• YELLOW steady
= Non valid signal detected
• YELLOW flashing rapidly = Scanning
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HT902S/912S/922S/982S(U)
All the features of the HT902/912/922/982 (see page 8) plus the following features:
Standard Features:
•
Entry level selective calling
•
Voice scrambler with 4 code per channel included as standard
Dealer programmable features:
Open or closed channel modes (allows private conversations)
•
Call a group, individual or all radios at once
•
Up to 16 pre-programmed contacts
•
Multiple ringtones
•
Stun (disable) a lost or stolen radio
•
Revive (enable) a recovered radio
•
Panic button with remote alert
•
Emergency microphone live
•
Automatic Lone-Worker alarm mode
•
Automatic Man-Down alarm mode (optional)
•
Silent alarm call mode
•
Continue emergency alarm even if radio switched off
HT9X2S
HT9X2S
•
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Controls & Indicators
7 Dealer
programmable
button 3
Antenna
5 Dealer
programmable
button 1
3 Channel / Scan /
Contact Control
8 LED indicator
4 Push To Talk
(PTT) button
2 Volume control
HT9X3
6 Dealer
programmable
button 2
Speaker
1 On / Off
Microphone
1 On / Off button. Press to turn radio on, press and hold to turn off.
2 Press up / down buttons to increase / reduce volume.
3 Channel / Scan / Contact control. Rotate to select the desired channel or scan setting.
4 Push To Talk (PTT) button. Press to speak and release to listen.
5 Dealer programmable button 1 (ask your dealer for more information).
6 Dealer programmable button 2 (ask your dealer for more information).
7 Dealer programmable button 3 (ask your dealer for more information).
8 LED indicator.
• RED steady
= Transmitting
• RED flashing slowly
= Battery needs re-charging
• GREEN steady
= Receiving
• GREEN flashing slowly
= Selcall received
• YELLOW steady
= Non valid signal detected
• YELLOW flashing rapidly = Scanning
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HT903/913/923/983(U)
All the features of the HT902/912/922/982 (see page 8) plus the following additional features:
Standard Features:
•
LCD screen to display channel number / battery charge count
•
255 channel capacity
HT9X3
HT9X3
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Controls & Indicators
7 Dealer
programmable
button 3
Antenna
5 Dealer
programmable
button 1
3 Channel / Scan control
or volume control
(dealer definable)
8 LED indicator
4 Push To Talk
(PTT) button
HT9X5
2 Channel / Scan control
or volume control
(dealer definable)
6 Dealer
programmable
button 2
Speaker
1 On / Off
Microphone
1 On / Off button. Press to turn radio on, press and hold to turn off.
2 Channel / Scan control or volume control (dealer definable).
3 Channel / Scan control or volume control (dealer definable).
4 Push To Talk (PTT) button. Press to speak and release to listen.
5 Dealer programmable button 1 (ask your dealer for more information).
6 Dealer programmable button 2 (ask your dealer for more information).
7 Dealer programmable button 3 (ask your dealer for more information) and LED indicator.
8 LED indicator.
• RED steady
= Transmitting
• RED flashing slowly
= Battery needs re-charging
• GREEN steady
= Receiving
• GREEN flashing slowly
= Selcall / message received
• YELLOW steady
= Non valid signal detected
• YELLOW flashing rapidly = Scanning
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HT905/915/925/985(U)
All the features of the HT903/913/923/983 (see page 12) plus the following features:
Standard Features:
•
Advanced selective calling
•
Voice scrambler with up to 4 codes per channel
•
Intuitive menus (like a mobile phone)
•
Info button (user guide built-in to radio)
Dealer programmable features:
Speed dial
•
Who's calling (caller ID)
•
255 user contact list (just like a mobile phone)
•
Missed, received & dialled numbers lists
•
Multiple ring / alert tones
•
Power on password option
•
Manual location information sent with emergency call
•
Fully automatic indoor location (option)
•
Send / Receive status, text and email messages
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HT9X5
•
Controls & Indicators
7 Dealer
programmable
button 3
Antenna
2 Multi-function control
5 Dealer
programmable
button 1
8 LED indicator
4 Push To Talk
(PTT) button
3 Dealer programmable
multi-function buttons
6 Dealer
programmable
button 2
Speaker
1 On / Off
Microphone
HT9X5
1 On/Off button. Press to turn radio on, press and hold to turn off.
2 Multi-function dealer programmable control (ask your dealer for more information).
3 Dealer programmable multi function buttons.
4 Push To Talk button. Press to speak and release to listen.
5 Dealer programmable button 1 (ask your dealer for more information).
HT9X5
6 Dealer programmable button 2 (ask your dealer for more information).
7 Dealer programmable button 3 (ask your dealer for more information).
8 LED indicator.
• RED steady
= Transmitting
• RED flashing slowly
= Battery needs re-charging
• GREEN steady
= Receiving
• GREEN flashing slowly
= Selcall / message received
• YELLOW steady
= Non valid signal detected
• YELLOW flashing rapidly = Scanning
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LCD Indicators
Message Received
•
Missed Call
•
Key Bleeps Off
•
Silent Profile
•
Keypad Locked
•
Man Down
•
Lone Worker
•
Bluetooth device connected
•
Accessory Connected
•
VOX Enabled
•
Scramble Enabled
•
Do Not Disturb
•
Whisper Mode
•
Battery State
•
Receive strength / TX Output Low / Mid / High
•
Call Diverted
•
Speaker muted
•
Speaker unmuted
•
Talkaround enabled
•
Channel scanning
HT9X5
•
RX / L / M / H
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INTENTIONALLY
LEFT BLANK
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HT906/916/926/986(U)
All the features of the HT905/915/925/985 (see page 14) plus the following features:
Standard Features:
• Keypad
Dealer programmable features:
•
Edit contact list
•
Free dial radio contacts
•
Free dial telephone numbers
•
Free dial DTMF numbers
HT9X6
HT9X6
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Controls & Indicators
7 Dealer
programmable
button 3
Antenna
3 Multi-function rotary
control
5 Dealer
programmable
button 1
8 LED indicator
4 Push To Talk
(PTT) button
3 Dealer programmable
multi-function buttons
6 Dealer
programmable
button 2
Speaker
1 On / Off
Microphone
Keypad
1 On / Off button. Press to turn radio on, press and hold to turn off.
2 Multi-function dealer programmable control (ask your dealer for more information).
3 Dealer programmable / function buttons.
4 Push To Talk (PTT) button. Press to speak and release to listen.
HT9X6
5 Dealer programmable button 1 (ask your dealer for more information).
6 Dealer programmable button 2 (ask your dealer for more information).
7 Dealer programmable button 3 (ask your dealer for more information).
8 LED indicator
• RED steady
= Transmitting
• RED flashing slowly
= Battery needs re-charging
• GREEN steady
= Receiving
• GREEN flashing slowly
= Selcall received
• YELLOW steady
= Non valid signal detected
• YELLOW flashing rapidly = Scanning
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LCD Indicators
•
Missed Call
•
Key Bleeps Off
•
Silent Profile
•
Keypad Locked
•
Man Down
•
Lone Worker
•
Bluetooth device connected
•
Accessory Connected
•
VOX Enabled
•
Scramble Enabled
•
Do Not Disturb
•
Whisper Mode
•
Battery State
•
Receive strength / TX Output Low / Mid / High
•
Call Diverted
•
Speaker muted
•
Speaker unmuted
•
Talkaround enabled
•
Channel scanning
RX / L / M / H
HT9X6
Message Received
HT9X6
•
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Certifcation
Certification
Certification
ATEX approved
Intrinsically Safe
Sira 10ATEX2066X
II 2 G Ex ib IIC T4
Ex ib IIC T4
SAFETY NOTES
HT Series V2 ATEX radios must always be used within the terms of their certification.
Keep the radios away from aggressive substances. If used in a hostile environment, extra
protection may be needed.
• To prevent ignition of hazardous atmospheres, batteries must only be charged in an area
known to be non-hazardous.
• Use of battery chargers other than the Entel charger supplied will invalidate the
explosion protection certification.
• No unauthorised repairs are permitted.
• This equipment is designed and manufactured to protect against other hazards as
defined in paragraph 1.2.7 of ATEX Annex II of the Directive 94/9/EC
• Radios fitted with a CNB940E battery pack must not be used outside of the ambient
temperature range Tamb = -20ºC to +28ºC
• Radios fitted with a CNB950E battery pack must not be used outside of the ambient
temperature range indicated on the battery pack label.
•
•
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Notes
Use this page to record important information, such as the serial number of your radio, and
channel details.
Notes
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Notes
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