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Wouxun KG-UV920P-E Specifications
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mobile radio.This manual is suitable for KG-UV920P-E.
Safety information
Safety information
Twin Band FM Transceiver
EU Regulatory Conformance
As certified by the qualified laboratory, the product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other
The KG-UV920P-E is an electrical apparatus, as well as a generator of RF(Radio Frequency) energy, and you should
exercise all safety precautions as are appropriate of this type of device. These safety tips apply to any device installed in a
well-desi-gned amateur radio station.
relevant provisions of the Directive 1999/5/EC. Please note that the above information
Explosive atmospheres(gases, dust, fumes, etc.).Turn OFF your mobile radio while taking on fuel or while parked in
is applicable to EU countries only.
gasoline service stations. Do not carry spare fuel containers in the trunk of your vehicle if your mobile radio is mounted in
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Operational Instructions and Training Guidelines
the trunk area.
Injury from radio frequency transmissions. Do not operate your mobile radio when somebody is either standing near to or
touching the antenna, to avoid the possibility of radio frequency burns or related physical injury.
Dynamite blasting caps. Operating the mobile radio within 150m(500 feet) of dynamite blasting caps may cause them to
To ensure optimal performance and compliance with the occupational/controlled environment RF energy
explode. Turn OFF your mobile radio when in a area where blasting is in progress, or where "TURN OFF TWO-WAY
exposure limits in the above standards and guidelines, users should transmit no more than 50% of the time
RADIO" signs have been posted. If you are transporting blasting caps in your vehicle, make sure they are carried in a
and always adhere to the following procedures:
Gain of antenna must not exceed 5.00dBi for UHF and 2.15dBi for VHF.
Antenna Installation: Install the mobile antenna at least 250 cm away from your body, in accordance with the
requirements of the antenna manufacturer/supplier.
The radio is not intended for use by general population in an uncontrolled environment. It is only for occupational
use and only applied to work-related conditions.The radio must be only used by users, who are fully aware of
the hazards of the exposure and who are able to exercise control over their RF exposure to qualify for the higher
exposure limits.
closed metal box with a padded interior. Do not transmit while the caps are being placed into or removed from the container.
Never allow unsupervised children to play in the vicinity of your mobile radio or antenna installation.
Be certain to wrap any wire or cable splices thoroughly with insulating electrical tape, to prevent short circuits.
Do not route cables or wires through door jambs or other locations where, through wear and tear, they may become frayed
and shorted to ground or to each other.
Do not stand in front of a directional antenna while you are transmitting into that antenna. Do not install a directional
antenna in any location where humans or pets may be walking in the main directional lobe of the antenna's radiation pattern.
Safety information
Contents
Twin Band FM Transceiver
In mobile installations, it is preferable to mount your antenna on top of the roof of the vehicle, if feasible, so as to utilize
the car body as a counterpoise for the antenna and raise the radiation pattern as far away from passengers as possible.
During vehicular operation when stopped(in a parking lot, for example), make it a practice to switch to Low power if there
are people walking nearby.
Never wear dual-earmuff headphones while driving a vehicle.
Do not attempt to drive your vehicle while making a telephone call on an autopatch using the DTMF microphone. Pull over
to the side of the road, whether dialing manually or using the auto-dial feature.
Notice
All of the above advice is suited to the use of your
function normally, please get in touch with the
Standard accessories
Description of functions
Technical specifications
Pre-use installation
Transceiver installation
Connecting power source
Antenna connection
Front panel installation
Accessories installation
Getting started
mobile radio and its accessories. If they do not
dealer immediately.
If you use components or accessories not sold by Wouxun Company, Wouxun will not guarantee the safety and
usability of the transceiver.
Checking the equipment
Front panel
LCD
Back panel
Side panels
Hand microphone
Your first QSO
Adjusting the volume
Selecting frequency
Selecting output power
Transmitting
Shortcut operation chart
Menu operation sheet
Function description
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2
3
4-12
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6
7
8-11
11-12
13-16
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15
15
16
17-21
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22
23-26
27
Contents
Step frequency settings (STEP) ----- Menu 1
Wide/Narrow bandwidth settings (W/N) ----- Menu 2
Two medium level power settings (MPOWSET) ----- Menu 3
Offset frequency settings (OFF-SET) ---- Menu 4
Transmission prompt settings (ROGER) ----- Menu 5
Beep prompt settings (BEEP) ----- Menu 6
Voice prompt settings (VOICE) ----- Menu 7
Busy channel lock-out (BCL) ----- Menu 8
Mute settings (SP-MUTE) ----- Menu 9
Scan mode settings (SC-REV) ----- Menu 10
Transmission time-out timer (TOT) ----- Menu 11
Transmission overtime alarm (TOA) ----- Menu 12
Caller ID transmission settings (ANI-SW) ----- Menu 13
Ring time (RING) ----- Menu 14
Editing Caller ID (ANI-EDIT) ----- Menu 15
DTMF sidetone settings (DTMFST) ----- Menu 16
Caller ID transmission mode (PTT-ID) ----- Menu 17
Transmission backlight (TX-LED) ----- Menu 18
28-33
33-50
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33
33
34
34
34
34
35
35
36
36
36
37
37
37
38
38
38
Editing a channel name (CH-NAME) ----- Menu 22
Priority channel switch (PRICH-SW) ----- Menu 23
Speaker settings (SPK- CONT) ----- Menu 24
Keypad autolock (AUTOLOCK) ----- Menu 25
Receiving CTCSS (RX-CTC) ----- Menu 26
Receiving DCS (RX-DCS )----- Menu 27
Transmitting CTCSS (TX-CTC) ----- Menu 28
Transmitting DCS (TX-DCS) ----- Menu 29
Repeater speaker switch (RPT-SPK) ----- Menu 30
Repeater PTT switch (RPT-PTT) ----- Menu 31
Repeater settings (RPT-SET) ----- Menu 32
Scan add (SCAN-ADD) ----- Menu 33
Automatic power-off (APO-TIME) ----- Menu 34
Single-tone pulse frequency (ALERT)----- Menu 35
Compand (COMPAND)----- Menu 36
Overheating detection (FAN-SET) ----- Menu 37
Voltage testing (LOW -V) ----- Menu 38
Voice scrambler (SCRAM) ----- Menu 39
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40
40
41
41
41
41
41
42
42
43
44
45
45
46
46
46
47
Saving scanned CTCSS/DCS (SC-QT) ----- Menu 40
Standby backlight (WT-LED) ----- Menu 19
39
Noise reduction settings (ANS) ----- Menu 41
Receiving backlight (RX-LED) ----- Menu 20
39
Scan group settings (SC-GROUP) ----- Menu 42
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48
48
Deleting a channel (DEL-CH) ----- Menu 21
39
FM radio function (FM-RADIO) ----- Menu 43
48
Hotkey function guide
Menu operations
Checking the equipment
Contents
Remote control (RC-SW) ----- Menu 44
Reset settings (RESET) ----- Menu 45
How to operate the FM radio
Turning on
Tuning radio stations
Storing and calling out FM radio stations
Exiting the FM radio mode
Repeater usage
Repeater PTT option
Repeater SPK option
Cross-band repeater entry and exiting
Hand microphone encoding function
Remote control function
Remote control activation
Stun
Kill
Monitoring
Inspection
Remote control power on / off
Remote changing settings
Wire-clone function
Optional accessories
Troubleshooting
Announcement
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49-50
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52
52-60
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54
Carefully unpack the transceiver. We recommend that you identify the items in the following table before discarding the
packing material.
If any item is missing or has been damaged during shipment, please notify your
dealer.
Standard Accessories
UNLOCK
MIC
LOCK
BAND
HZ
QT/DT
H/L
TDR
F M N DCS Tx
BUSY
1
3
Rx CT T
5
7
R
F M N DCS Tx
9
BUSY
1
Rx CT T
R
3
7
5
SCAN
SCRAM
SET-D
KG-UV920P-E
#
SQL
LOCK
9
Mobile/Base
Hand
Inclined Switchboard
Flat Switchboard
Transceiver
Microphone
Panel (Already Installed
Panel
Screw Sets
Hand
Microphone
on Mobile Transceiver)
Hook
54
55
55-60
60
61
62
63
Mobile Mounting
Remote Front
Mobile Power
Bracket
Panel Bracket
Cord
Fuse
Extension
Cable
User’s manual
Frequency Range Suitable for any
Region of any Country:
(RX / TX) 136-174MHz & 400-470MHz
136-174MHz & 400-480MHz
136-174MHz & 216-280MHz
136-174MHz & 420-520MHz
144-146MHz & 430-440MHz
144-148MHz & 222-225MHz
144-148MHz & 420-450MHz
(RX) FM: 65MHz~108MHz ( 100K Frequency Spacing )
Band can be Set Freely
V/U U/V V/V U/U
Dual Reception
Twin Band Simultaneous Reception
Dual Display
Large LCD Dual Frequency Display,
Two Completely Independent Operating Systems
Over 999 Memory Channels
Area Scanning Management Capability
Remote-head Mounting Capability
Multiple Installation Types, Convenient Usage
Full Duplex Cross-Band
Offset Frequency & Frequency Shift Direction
Programmable
UHF / VHF or VHF / UHF Cross-band Repeater Function
8. Both Stations can Form Combined Same
Band or Different Band Repeat
9. High Output Power ( VHF:50W / UHF:40W )
10. CTCSS / DCS Encode / Decode
11. Multiple Speaker Channel Settings
12. DTMF Hand Microphone
with Speaker, TX / RX Indicator and Volume Controller
13. Incoming Message Display
Caller ID display
14. DTMF Encoding and Decoding
15. Group Calls, All Calls and Selective Calls
16. 8 Group Scrambler
17. Priority Channel Scanning
18. APO Power Management
19. English Voice Guide
20. Minimum Operating Voltage Alarm
21. Stun and Kill Function
22. Single Tone Pulse Frequency
2100Hz / 1750Hz / 1450Hz / 1000Hz
( Used when Activating Repeater Signal )
23. Selectable Three Color Backlight
24. Reduced Noise Settings
25. Remote Control Setting
26. Frequency / Channel Scanning with CTCSS / DCS
Detection
27. Multiple Cooling Paths Fan
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Pre-use installation
Transceiver installation
Choose a safe place inside your vehicle, one which would to the greatest extent reduce possible harm
to passengers inside the car while the car is moving. It is recommended to install the transceiver on the
lower part of the front meter gauge, it will prevent the transceiver from colliding with the driver in the instance of emergency or sudden braking. Install the transceiver in an area with good ventilation and avoid
installing in a place with direct contact with the sun.
1. Use the supplied self-tapping screws to install the support bracket to the vehicle.
3. Use every screw slot along the side of the support bracket, you can set the transceiver to be installed at a different angle.
Self-Tapping screws (4)
Specification: 5x16
Screw washer
2. Set the transceiver in the bracket, then insert the supplied combined screws and tighten, insure that
the screws are fastened tightly. This will insure the support bracket and the transceiver do not get bumped
lose when the vehicle hits bumps or shakes.
Combined screws (4)
Specification: M4x6.5
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05
Connecting power source
The transceiver power source usage ranges from 13.8V±15%. When your power source (or vehicle power
source) reaches levels up to 16V, TX will be forbidden, however RX will operate as normal. When your
power source (or vehicle power source) reaches levels as low as 11.5V, the transceiver will automatically
shut off. So the transceiver does not exhaust the vehicles battery and affect the vehicles normal operation.
(This feature is set by the Menu 38, see instruction on P46)
Antenna connection
Before operation, you must effectively install and adjust the antenna, installation success depends upon
the type of antenna and whether or not the antenna is set up correctly. If you use the most suitable antenna and the antenna is installed correctly, the transceiver will attain the greatest results.
The transceiver antenna’s impedance is 50 ohms, if the impedance is not at 50 ohms it will reduce the
performance of the transceiver and possibly interfere with nearby broadcasting stations as well as other
antenna’s receivers, it could even harm the transceiver.
Special Reminder
!
This transceiver's working voltage is 13.8V±15% DC.
Replacing the fuse
In the instance that the transceiver blows a fuse, first find out the reason, then solve the malfunction. If after
installing the new fuse it once again blows a fuse, please sever the power source and immediately contact
a local authorized
dealer or service center for assistance.
The specified fuse current is 15A, The specified power
source current is 20A and above.
See the Fuse installation diagram on the right, after
installation the fuse should be firmly secured to the copper set!
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07
Front panel installation
The transceiver is supplied with two kinds of switchboard panels•Inclined switchboard panel and a flat
switchboard panel.
Install inclined switchboard panel
•1•Lower alignmen
Install flat switchboard panel
•1•Lower alignment
•2•Cover alignment
•3•Close in the direction
shown by arrows
•2•Cover alignment
Cover
•4•Use the supplied screws
to fasten
Self-Tapping screws (2)
Specification: 2x11
Cover
Front panel and main station installation
•1•Connect the cable to the transceiver' s 8 point socket.
•3•Close in the direction shown by the arrows
•4•Use the supplied screws to fasten
Self-Tapping screws
Specification: 2x16
•2•Proceed according the the arrow shown.
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09
Front panel installation
Connection method for transceiver station to operating front panel•
Special Reminder
The vehicle transceiver connection line uses 8 facets and 8 lead conducting wires (diagram 1),
!
If the connection wires are not
Company supplied or dealer approved,
Company does not guarantee its safety and operational effectiveness!
Diagram 1
The two ends of the facets connect to the corresponding line: (Take note that direction of the
connection lines on the left and right sides of the facet are not the same)
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Dismantling the front panel and transceiver
•1•Disconnect cover in the direction of the arrow
•2•Remove in the direction shown by the arrow
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Installation of front panel support bracket
Left facet connection point 1
Connect through the conducting wire to right facet 1
When the transceivers front panel is installed separately from the main platform, there is a supplied front panel support bracket
designed especially for installation.
Left facet connection point 2
Connect through the conducting wire to right facet 4
Left facet connection point 3
Connect through the conducting wire to right facet 3
Left facet connection point 4
Connect through the conducting wire to right facet 2
Left facet connection point 5
Connect through the conducting wire to right facet 5
Left facet connection point 6
Connect through the conducting wire to right facet 6
Left facet connection point 7
Connect through the conducting wire to right facet 7
Left facet connection point 8
Connect through the conducting wire to right facet 8
Therefore the conducting wires connection to the left facet is corresponding and the connection to the right facets 2 and 4 are
•1) First secure the support bracket with the supplied screws
Gap facing upward
Specification: 2.3X8 (4pcs)
swapped.
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11
Accessories installation
Getting started
•2•First string the connection line through opening in the center of the support bracket•then close the bracket cover directly
Front panel
as shown by the arrows.
LCD
KG-UV920P-E
Outer speakers
QT DT
MEMCH
The external speaker jacks can be connected to a 3.5mm single outlet. There are two speaker outlets located on the back of the
transceiver.
1 Master frequency set up hot key (See hot key operation 1)
•Single-tone pulse key (see Menu 36)
UNLOCK
LOCK
BAND
Hand microphone installation
The transceiver comes supplied with two different types of hand microphone •
Encoded hand microphone and unencoded hand microphone. Plug the connection
cable into the 8 point socket located on the front panel.
12
HZ
QT/DT
MIC
12 Exit / Cancel keys
3 CTCSS / DCS encoding and decoding set up, CTCSS / DCS
13 Squelch level adjustment hot key (See hot key operations 9)
#
TDR
SQL
14 Status indicator light
4 Save channel hot key (see hot key operation 4)
Orange standby indicator light
5 Power output settings hot key
Green RX indicator light
6 VFO/MR switch over hot key (see hot key operation 6)
Red TX indicator light
SCAN
SCRAM
H/L
SET-D
11 Function keys / enters keys
2 Frequency or channel selection. (See hot key operation 2)
scanning (see hot key operation 3)
External speaker
10 LCD
LOCK
7 Frequency shift direction hot key (See hot key operation 7)
15 Power switch button
8 TDR Single and dual display switch hot key
16 Keyboard lock key (See keyboard lock)
(See hot key operation 8)
9 Volume control (See volume control)
17 Scanning key (See scanner function)
18 Hand microphone outlet
19 Channel encoder
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