Alinco DJ-A446 Instruction manual

Alinco DJ-A446 Instruction manual
A1.0-13/04
ALINCO, INC.
Yodoyabashi Dai-bldg 13F
4-4-9 Koraibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-0043 Japan
Phone: +81-6-7636-2362 Fax: +81-6-6208-3802
http://www.alinco.com
E-mail:[email protected]
UHF FM transceiver 8 PMR446 channels.
Use of this device is authorized in all EU and EFTA member
states (CH/ICE/LI/NOR).
Copyright Alinco, Inc. PS0664/FNEG-NI
Printed in China
DJ-A446
Instruction Manual
PRIVATE MOBILE RADIO
Thank you for purchashing your new Alinco transceiver.Please read this manual
carefully before using the product to ensure full performance, and keep this
manual for future reference as it contains information on after-sales service.
In case addendum or errata sheets are included with this product,please read
those materials and keep them together with this instruction manual for future
reference.
Introduction
Thank you very much for purchasing this excellent Alinco transceiver. Our products are ranked among
the finest in the world. This radio has been manufactured with state of the art technology and it has been
tested carefully at our factory. It is designed to operate to your satisfaction for many years under normal
use.
Please read this manual completely from the first page to the last, to learn all the functions the product
offers. It is important to note that some of the operations may be explained in relation to information in
previous chapters. By reading just one part of the manual, you may risk not understanding the complete
explanation of the function.
Before transmitting
There are many radio stations operating in to the frequency ranges this product covers. Be careful not to
cause interference when transmitting around such radio stations.
■ Lightning
Any person is not safe outdoor during thunderstorm and lightning. This condition is getting worse if
somebody keeps a hand-held radio; chances of being hit by lightning are doubled since lightning
may hit a radio antenna as well. At this time, there is no hand-held radio having any kind of protection
against lightning current (which is higher than10 kA.). Note also that no car provides adequate protection
of its passengers or drivers against lightning as well. Therefore, Alinco will not take responsibility for any
danger associated with using its hand-held radios outdoor or inside the car during lightning.
■ About
IP54 rating / Dust and splash resistant
About IP54 rating
5: Dust protected /Ingress of dust is not entirely prevented, but it must not enter in sufficient quantity to
interfere with the satisfactory operation of the equipment; complete protection against contact.
4: Splashing water / Water splashing against the enclosure from any direction shall have no harmful
effect. Test duration: 5 minutes / Water volume: 10 litters per minute /Pressure: 80~100 kN/m²
The IP54 designation provides for limited dust and splash proofing of the radio per specified above. This
compatibility is factory guaranteed for a period of one year provided all the jack covers are securely in
place, any accessories connected must be specified genuine Alinco accessories and the radio has not
been disassembled by the customer. The factory has tested and made the equipment compatible to IP54
certification during engineering. However, please understand that this equipment is NOT certified IP54
compliant but is designed to remain operational when used in hard conditions and is in no way stating
that you should attempt to wash the radio for cleaning. Warranty will not cover radios that are water/dust
damage due to negligence or misuse of the product.
The warranty period of dust and splash resistance is the same as the period of the product warranty.
■ Covering
ranges
You may expect a range of approx.1.5km/1 miles or more when located on a flat, noise-free place like
on a beach.However,it may vary drastically depending on how to wear and carry the radios, surrounding
locations/conditions and static noise levels (below or near power transmission lines), etc. In urban areas
with many buildings or inside a building, such covering range will become drastically short even to
several tens of meters.
Features
■ Li-Ion battery pack and stand-charger as standard accessories
■ FM broadcasting 76-108MHz receiver built-in
■ Sub-tone (CTCSS/DCS) Encode/ Decode and DTMF/ANI
■ Inversion Scramble(Analog encryption)
Conformity Symbols
Tested to comply MIL-STD-810G
-Shock: Method 514.6/I,IV -Vibration: Method 516.6/I
Alert
Environment and condition of use
Use of this product may be prohibited or illegal outside of your country. Be informed in advance when you
travel.
It is recommended that you check local traffic regulations regarding the use of a radio equipment while
driving. Some countries prohibit or apply restrictions for the operation of radios and mobile- phones while
driving.
Do not use this product in close proximity to other electronic devices, especially medical ones. It may cause
interference to those devices.
Keep the radio out of the reach of children.
In case a liquid leaks from the product, do not touch it. It may damage your skin.Rinse with plenty of cold
water if the liquid contacted your skin.
Never operate this product in facilities where radio products are prohibited for use such as aboard aircraft,
in airports, in ports, within or near the operating area of business wireless stations or their relay stations.
The manufacturer declines any responsibilities against loss of life and/or a property due to a failure of this
product when used to perform important tasks like life-guarding, surveillance, and rescue.
Do not use multiple radios in very close proximity. It may cause interference and/or damage to the
product(s).
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced with an incorrect type.
The manufacturer declines any responsibilities against loss of life and property due to a failure of this product
when used with or as a part of a device made by third parties.
Use of third party accessory may result in damage to this product. It will void our warranty for repair.
Handling this product
Be sure to reduce the audio output level to minimum before using an earphone or a headset. Excessive audio
may damage hearing.
Do not open the unit without permission or instruction from the manufacturer. Unauthorized modification or
repair may result in electric shock, fire and/or malfunction and voids warranty.
Do not operate this product in a wet place such as in a shower room. It may result in electric shock, fire and/
or malfunction, This product is splash-proof but not a complete water-proof.
Do not place the product in a container carrying conductive materials, such as water or metal in close
proximity. A short-circuit to the product may result in electric shock, fire and/or malfunction.
About chargers
Do not use adapters other than having the specified voltage. It may result in electric shock, fire and/or
malfunction,Never turn on the radio while charging.
Do not plug multiple devices using an adapter into a single wall outlet. It may result in overheating and/or fire.
Do not handle adapter with a wet hand. It may result in electric shock.
Securely plug the adapter into the wall outlet. Insecure installation may result in short-circuit, electronic shock
and/or fire.
Do not use the adapter if the plug or socket contacts are dirty. Overheating and/or short-circuiting may result
in fire, electric shock and/or damage to the product.
In case of emergency
In case of the following situation(s), please turn off the product, switch off the source of power,
then remove or unplug the power-cord. Please contact your local dealer of this product for service
and assistance. Do not use the product until the trouble is resolved. Do not try to troubleshoot the
problem by yourself.
●● When a strange sound, smoke and/or strange odor comes out of the product.
●● When the product is dropped or the case is broken or cracked.
●● When a liquid penetrated inside.
●● When a power cord (including DC cables, AC cables and adapters) is damaged
For your safety, turn off then remove all related AC lines to the product and its accessories from the wall outlet
if a thunderstorm is likely.
Maintenance
Do not open the unit and its accessories. Please consult with your local dealer of this product for service and
assistance
Alert
Environment and condition of use
Do not use the product in proximity to a TV or a radio. It may cause interference or receive interference.
Do not install in a humid, dusty or insufficiently ventilated place. It may result in electric shock, fire and/or
malfunction.
Do not install in an unstable or vibrating position. It may result in electric shock, fire and/or malfunction when/
if the product falls to the ground.
Do not install the product in proximity to a source of heat and humidity such as a heater or a stove. Avoid
placing the unit in direct sunlight.
Be cautious of a dew formation. Please completely dry the product before use when it happens.
About transceiver
Be cautious of the whip antenna when carried in your shirt-pocket etc. It may make contact with your eye and
cause injury.
Do not connect devices other than specified ones to the jacks and ports on the product. It may result in
damage to the devices.
Turn off and remove the power source (AC cable, DC cable, battery, cigar cable, charger adapter etc.) from
the product when the product is not in use for extended period of time or in case of maintenance.
Never pull the cord alone when you unplug AC cable form the wall outlet.
Use a clean, dry cloth to wipe off dirt and condensation from the surface of the product. Never use thinner or
benzene for cleaning.
Check with your local waste officials for details on recycling or proper disposal of the electronics product,
battery-packs and accessories in your area.
PC PROGRAMMING
NOTE: The utility software may be available to distributors/dealers only. USB programming cable is required. The
manufacturer will not release the software to unauthorized party so please contact your dealer for details.
CONTENTS
STANDARD ACCESSORIES/OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES................................................ 1
Standard Accessories..........................................................................................................................1
BATTERY INFORMATION................................................................................................... 2
Charging Operation..............................................................................................................................2
Battery Charger Type........................................................................................................................... 2
Notice for Charging Battery.................................................................................................................. 2
How to Charge the battery pack.......................................................................................................... 4
INSTALLATION & CONNECTION....................................................................................... 6
How to Store the Battery...................................................................................................................... 6
Installing / Removing the Li-ion Battery............................................................................................... 6
Installing / Removing the Belt Clip....................................................................................................... 7
Accessories.......................................................................................................................................... 7
Installing the Hand Strap...................................................................................................................... 8
GETTING ACQUAINTED..................................................................................................... 9
LCD Display........................................................................................................................................9
Front Panel..........................................................................................................................................10
Side Panel...........................................................................................................................................11
BASIC OPERATIONS.......................................................................................................... 12
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Power On and off................................................................................................................................. 12
Adjusting Audio output level................................................................................................................. 12
Emergency Alarm Function..................................................................................................................13
Adjusting Channel................................................................................................................................ 13
Side Key[PF1](Jacklight Switch).......................................................................................................... 13
Side Key[PF2](Keypad lock)................................................................................................................ 13
Squelch Off.......................................................................................................................................... 13
Receiving............................................................................................................................................. 14
Transmitting......................................................................................................................................... 14
Resetting.............................................................................................................................................. 14
P1 KEY OPERATIONS......................................................................................... 15
Tone Squelch / DCS squelch (Sub tone CTCSS / DCS) Encode/Decode tones synchronized setup............................. 15
Inversion scrambling (Encryption)........................................................................................................ 15
P2 KEY OPERATIONS......................................................................................... 16
Turn On/ Off FM Radio receiver........................................................................................................... 16
Squelch Level...................................................................................................................................... 16
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES................................................................................. 17
Recommended installation of earphone microphone.................................................... 18
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AUXILIARY FUNCTIONSSTARTING TAKES ...................................................................19
Key programming................................................................................................................................19
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.......................................................................................... 20
ATTACHED CHART............................................................................................................. 23
Channel Frequency Chart.................................................................................................................... 23
CTCSS Frequency Chart..................................................................................................................... 23
1024 groups DCS frequency chart...................................................................................................... 24
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STANDARD ACCESSORIES/OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Standard Accessories
Battery
Instruction
Manual
Charger
AC Adaptor
Belt Clip
Hand Strap
NOTE: Accessories may differ depending on the version you have purchased. Please contact your local
dealer for details of standard accessories and the warranty-policy before purchase.
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BATTERY INFORMATION
Charging Operation
The battery is not charged at the factory, so please charge it before use. Charge the battery for the
first time after purchase or extended storage (more than 2 months) may not bring the battery to its
normal operating capacity. After repeating fully charge/ discharge cycle, the operating capacity will
reach the best performance. The battery life is over when its operating time decreases even though
it is fully and correctly charged, and it must be replace to new one.
Battery Charger Type
Please use Alinco's designated charger, other models may cause explosion and injury. After installing
the battery, when the radio displays
low battery, please charge the battery.
Notice for Charging Battery
▼▼Do not shortcircuit the charger. Never attempt to remove the casing from the battery, otherwise
the warranty is void and you risk serious damage to yourself and properties.
▼▼The ambient temperature should be between 5ºC and 40ºC in charging. Charging outside this
range may not fully charge the battery.
▼▼Always switch off the transceiver equipped with a battery before charging. Otherwise, it will
interfere with correct charging.
▼▼To avoid interfering the charging procedure, please do not cut off the power or take out the
battery during charging.
▼▼Do not recharge the battery if it is already fully charged. This may shorten the life of the battery.
▼▼Do not charge the battery or transceiver when wet. Dry it before charging to avoid danger.
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BATTERY INFORMATION
Caution
• Risk of explosion, generation of heat or leak of chemicals inside if the battery is replaced by an
incorrect type or reverse polarity. Use always the recommended types of batteries in this manual
only.
• The battery pack isn't fully charged when shipped. It must be charged before use.
• Charging should be conducted in a temperature range of +5ºC to +40ºC (+41ºF to +104ºF).
• Don't modify, dismantle, incinerate or immerse the battery pack in the water as this can be
dangerous.
• Never short-circuit the battery pack terminals, as this can cause damage to the equipment or lead
to heating of the battery which may cause burns.
• Unnecessary prolonged charging (overcharging) can deteriorate battery performance.
• The battery pack should be stored in a dry place where temperature is in -10ºC to +45ºC (+14ºF
to +113ºF) range. Temperatures outside this range can cause the battery liquid to leak. Exposure to
prolonged high humidity can cause corrosion of metal components.
• Battery-packs are a consuming part. When its operating time becomes considerably short after a
normal charge, please consider that the pack is exhausted and replace it with a new one.
• The battery pack is recyclable.Check with your local waste officials for details on recycling options
or proper disposal in your area.
• Use specified genuine chargers only to charge battery packs. Use of other chargers may cause
damage to products, you and your property.
• Never carry battery packs together with conductive articles such as metals in a same bag to
prevent from short-circuiting. Put the packs only in nylon bags to carry them safely.
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BATTERY INFORMATION
How to Charge the battery pack
1.Plug the AC adaptor into the AC outlet, then plug into
the DC jack, the indicator lights orange for 1 second and
goes out---waits to charge.
2.Slide the battery or transceiver with battery into the
charger; make sure the battery terminals are in contact
with the charging terminals. LED turns into twinkling RED
---pre-charging begins.
3.Pre-charging for about 5 minutes, LED stop blinking then
charging begins.
4.It takes up to 4 hours to fully charge the battery, and LED
turns to green when the charge is complete.
Warning: Never charge while the radio is turned on. When turned on, the charger can't detect the
charging voltage properly and LED fails to indicate charge status correctly.
5. LED Indicator:
STATUS
LED
self-examine
(No battery) Pre-charging
when power on
Orange
Red blinks
None
(for 1 second)
for 5 minutes
Charge Fully
Trouble
normally Charged
Red blinks
Red
Green
alternatively
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BATTERY INFORMATION
NOTE:
▲ Trouble means battery heating, short-circuit or charger malfunction. Remove the battery pack from
the charger immediately and contact to your local dealer for services.
▲ The max trickle pre-charging time is 30 minutes. In case the red indicator continues to blink longer,
please stop charging and consult with your local dealer for services.
▲ It is known that Li-Ion battery packs heat up over 400℃ by itself when kept in a temperature of over
80℃ for extended period of time. Although the packs are protected against overheating with a protective
circuit, never leave the battery packs in a car or similar locations in hot seasons.
▲ Li-ion packs may deteriorate by over 30% regardless of conditions after 3 years. This is a nature of
Li-ion pack and not a defect of the product.
▲ The charger is to charge the battery pack only. It is not an AC adapter to operate the radio. Never
attempt to transmit the radio with using the charger as it will cause the damage to the charger and a
repair/replace may become necessary.
▲ The charge should be conducted in an ambient temperature with a minimum proper air-conditioning
in an extremely hot or cold seasons.
▲ Try charging the battery pack only when having trouble charging with the radio.In case the radio may
have troubles,the charge can't be conducted properly.If the battery pack can be charged alone, please
take the radio to your local dealer for services.
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INSTALLATION & CONNECTION
How to Store the Battery
1.The battery should be kept in the status of 50% discharge when storing.
2.Remove the battery pack from the radio and keep it in a cool, dry place.
3.Keep away from source of heat and direct sunlight.
Note: Incorrect storage will damage both the battery pack and the radio. Please always remove the
battery pack from the radio when not in use.
Installing / Removing the Li-ion Battery
1.Match the three grooves of the battery pack with the corresponding
guides on the back of the transceiver, then push it.
2.Press the battery and transceiver firmly together until the
release latch on the top of the transceiver locks. After hearing
a“click”sounds, the battery has been locked.
3.To remove the battery, slide up the release latch and remove the
pack away from the transceiver.
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INSTALLATION & CONNECTION
Installing / Removing the Belt Clip
Installing the Belt Clip:
1. Put the belt clip on the back of the unit, and the screw clockwise
until it stops.
2. Confirm that the belt clip is securely attached.
* Tighten up the screw occasionally.
Removing the Belt Clip:
Turn the screw counter-clockwise to remove the belt clip.
Caution: Use the screws of specified size only. Others may cause
damage to the product. (screws size PM Φ 2.5mm x 3mm)
Accessories
Open the jack cover and insert the accessory plug
into the jack,as shown.
When the accessory is not used, please be sure to
close the cover securely.
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INSTALLATION & CONNECTION
Note:
1.To keep the radio dust and splash resistant, the cover must be closed properly with the original
supplied cover.
2.The radio is not dust and splash resistant while using the optional accessory risking that the water
may penetrate inside through the plug.
Installing the Hand Strap
Attach the hand strap as shown.
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GETTING ACQUAINTED
LCD Display
Following are the meaning of the icons and signs shown on the display.
Some icons may not appear while operating this product due to pre-programming status by your dealer.
DCS
CTCSS
Scramble (Encryption)
Battery Capacity
FM radio
Channel No.
Keypad Lock
Busy Channel
NOTE:
Battery capacity indicator(full)
Battery capacity remnant
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No power,replace battery pack or charge battery
Real time display receiving signal
strength/Power Indicator
GETTING ACQUAINTED
Front Panel
Emergency Alarm
Antenna
Jacklight
Power/volume switch
LED indicator,
green light when
receiving , red light
when transmitting
Speaker
Microphone
LCD
Up/Down adjusting key
P1 key
Short press: Tone/DCS squelch
Long press: lnversion scrambling
PRIVATE MOBILE RADIO
P2 key
Short press: FM radio
Long press: Squelch Level
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GETTING ACQUAINTED
PTT key
PTT
MIC/SP
Side Panel
Accessory and PC
programming port
PF1 key
PF2 key
Belt Clip
Battery
Left Panel
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Right Panel
BASIC OPERATIONS
Power On and off
Turn【POWER】/【VOLUME】dial clockwise to power on.
Turn it counterclockwise to power off.
Adjusting Audio output level
Press PF2 key to monitor white noise to refer to the current audio level.
Turn【POWER】/【VOLUME】clockwise to increase the audio level,
counterclockwise to decrease.
CAUTION:
NEVER USE EARPHONE while adjusting audio level. The max audio output is 1W, and it's loud
enough to hurt your eardrums.
You may feel a static shock when wearing an earphone in a dry atomosphere but it's not a defect of
product but a cause of nature.It is the same shock you feel typically when opening a door of a car in
certain conditions.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
Emergency Alarm Function
While Stand-by state, press this key for 3 seconds to enable the emergency
alarm function. When activated the function, the radio will sound an alarm beep
and start transmitting the alarm beep.
Adjusting Channel
Press
key/
key to choose the desired channel. Press
channel while press
key to enter the upward channel.
key once to enter the downward
Side Key【PF1】(Jacklight Switch)
Long press this key to switch on or off the jacklight.
Side Key【PF2】(Keypad lock)
Long press this key to start keypad lock function. Repeat to cancel the key lock function.
Squelch Off
Press the【PF2】 key, squelch opens and the background noise is heard. Press this key again, it
beeps twice, and the squelch closes. By using this function you can monitor weaker signals.
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Receiving
Select the channel that you wish to operate.
When a signal is received on the channel that you selected, and S-meter is displayed on the LCD,
then the received signal can be heard. The RX indicator also lights green at this time.
NOTE: Please be aware of the squelch level and selective-calling settings such as CTCSS and DCS as
you may risk not hearing the receiving signal.
Transmitting
1. Select the channel by using the keypad.
2. Press the【PTT】key. The red TX indicator turns on while transmitting.
3. While holding down the【PTT】key, speak into the unit at normal voice from the distance of 5cm (2").
4. Release the【PTT】key to receive.
Before transmitting, it is recommended to monitor the channel you are going to use to ensure it is not
busy by pressing and holding【PF2】key.
Resetting
When you reset the unit, all settings are returned to the initial factory settings. The reset deletes the
programmed memory channels also.
1. Turn on the unit with the【PF1】and【P2】keys pressed together.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
2. All the icons appear on the display.
3. Release the keys.
NOTE: THE RESET DELETES ALL THE MEMORIES.
Please take notes of the important data and keep it for future reference.
Tone Squelch / DCS squelch (Sub tone CTCSS / DCS)
Encode/Decode tones synchronized setup
Short press【P1】key to choose the desired CTCSS / DCS encode tone.
Available CTCSS tones: 67Hz- 254.1Hz, 50 tones in total, Deafault is OFF.
DCS: 017N-765I, 232 codes, "N" stands for positive, "I" stands for inverse codes. Default is OFF.
Press【PF2】key to confirm and exit.
Inversion scrambling (Encryption)
Note: This is an analog encryption and decoding is possible by using commonly available receivers.
Alinco does not warranty the confidentiality of the communications.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
An analog voice inversion scrambler is equipped and such audio processing can offer an advanced
confidentiality to your business communications.
Lomg press the【PF2】key, Scramble is enabled.
Repeat the operations to turn off.
Turn On/ Off FM Radio receiver
Short pressing【P2】key, FM Radio is enabled.
LCD displays 'FM' and starts receiving FM broadcasting frequency. Repeat the operations to turn off.
While listening to the FM broadcasting, press
key or
key to start scanning. When a signal is
received, LCD displays current frequency and stops scanning.
Squelch Level
Squelch is a function that eliminates the noise when no signals are being received.
Setting the higher squelch level allows you to monitor only stronger signals.
Usually start from level zero (the squelch is open and hear the noise),
increasing the level and when the noise is gone, set just 1 level higher than
the current level. For example the noise is cut at level 3, set the level to 4 and
exit.
key or
key to choose the parameter,
Long press【P2】key then press
that is from 00 to 09 in 10 levels.
Press【PF2】key to confirm and exit.
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OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
EBC-34
Belt Clip
EBP-87
Li-ion Battery Pack (DC 7.4V 1500mAh)
EBP-88
Li-ion Battery Pack (DC 7.4V 1700mAh)
EDC-189
Li-ion Battery Charger
EDC-191E
AC Adaptor (220V)
EME-56A
Earphone Microphone
EMS-76
Speaker microphone
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Recommended installation of earphone microphone
Earphone
Use a clip to fix with collar.
Clip the PTT unit closer to your mouth.
Carry the radio on the side or the back of your body,
and the cable should go around the back as shown.
Clamp the excessive length of cable at your waist.
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AUXILIARY FUNCTIONSSTARTING TAKES
Key programming
The【PF1】, 【PF2】,【P1】and【P2】keys are programmable.
Note: The keys can be programmed of long press and short press, if program of short press, the
function will be activated when press the programmed key, if program of long press, the function
will be activated when press and hold the key for programmed time.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
General
Frequency Range
446.00625–446.09375 MHz
Channel Capacity
128 channels
Operating Voltage
7.4V DC ±20%
Battery Life
More than 14 Hours (1500mAh), by
5-5-90 work cycle
Frequency Stability
±2.5ppm
Temperature range
Operating:-10~+45°C(+14~113°F) /
Charging:+5~+40°C(+41~104°F)
Size
240×56×30mm (with battery pack,
antenna)
Weight
240 g (with battery pack, antenna)
Receiving Part(ETSI EN 300 086 Standard Test)
Audio Response
+1~-3dB(0.3~2.55KHz)
Hum & Noise
≥45dB
Audio Distortion
≤5%
Audio Power
Output
1000mW/10%
Transmitting Part(ETSI EN 300 086 Standard Test)
Power Output
0.5W
Modulation
8K50F3E (FM)
Adjacent Channel
Power
≥65B
Hum & Noise
≥36dB
Spurious Emission ≤-36dB
Sensitivity(12dB
SINAD)
≤0.35μV
Audio Response
Adjacent Channel
Selectivity
+1~-3dB
(0.3~2.25KHz)
≥60dB
Audio Distortion
≤5%
Intermodulation
≥60dB
Spurious Rejection ≥70dB
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Problem
Corrective Action
No power
A.The battery may be exhausting. Recharge or replace the battery.
B.The battery may not be installed correctly. Remove the battery
and install it again.
C.The power switch is broken; send it to local dealers to repair.
D.Battery life is end; contact to local dealers to replace.
Battery power dies shortly after
charging.
The battery is exhausted. Replace the battery pack with a new one.
All band noisy after programmed
Adjust squelch level.
No sound when using earphone.
Earphone or the jack is broken. Please contact with local dealers
for inspection.
Communication distance
becomes short, and Low
sensitivity
A.Check whether the antenna is in good conduction and the
antenna base do not come adrift.
B.Antenna may be broken. Consult your local dealer for services.
Cannot talk or hear other
members in your group
A.Different channel, please change it.
B.Different CTCSS / DCS /DTMF, please reset it.
C.Out of communication range.
Can not power on or frequent
power off
Check if the battery pack is securely attached.
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The receiving sound level is low
or intermittent
Consult with local dealers for inspection.
Receiving signal is intermittent.
A.Out of communication range or obstruct by walls, buildings etc.
Change position to transmit.
B.4Internal components may be in trouble, please contact with
local dealers to repair.
Loudspeaker sounds lower
or with dry noise after certain
time of usage.(Speaker magnet
attracts iron powders)
Receive voice from the other
parties and can not transmit
Receiving indicator with green
light but no sound
Check whether the loudspeaker is broken, Iron powder or dusts is
in the loudspeaker. Please contact with local dealers to repair.
Interference is being received. BCLO activated.
A.Low volume, increase the audio level.
B.Volume switch or loudspeaker is broken, please contact with
local dealers to repair.
C.Earphone jack is broken, please contact with local dealers to
repair.
Note: Alinco guarantees the supply of minimum-necessary spare parts such as battery-packs, components
and mechanical parts for at least 5 years after the production of this product is terminated except in case of
accidents beyond control.
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FM Transceiver
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ATTACHED CHART
Channel Frequency Chart
1
2
3
4
446.00625
446.01875
446.03125
446.04375
5
6
7
8
446.05625
446.06875
446.08125
446.09375
CTCSS Frequency Chart
23
1
67.0
11
94.8
21
131.8
31
171.3
41
203.5
2
69.3
3
71.9
12
97.4
22
136.5
32
173.8
42
206.5
13
100.0
23
141.3
33
177.3
43
210.7
4
5
74.4
14
103.5
24
146.2
34
179.9
44
218.1
77.0
15
107.2
25
151.4
35
183.5
45
225.7
6
79.7
16
110.9
26
156.7
36
186.2
46
229.1
7
82.5
17
114.8
27
159.8
37
189.9
47
233.6
8
85.4
18
118.8
28
162.2
38
192.8
48
241.8
9
88.5
19
123.0
29
165.5
39
196.6
49
250.3
10
91.5
20
127.3
30
167.9
40
199.5
50
254.1
Professional
FM Transceiver
ATTACHED CHART
1024 groups DCS frequency chart
000
010
020
030
040
050
060
070
100
110
120
130
140
150
160
170
200
210
220
230
240
250
001
011
021
031
041
051
061
071
101
111
121
131
141
151
161
171
201
211
221
231
241
251
002
012
022
032
042
052
062
072
102
112
122
132
142
152
162
172
202
212
222
232
242
252
003
013
023
033
043
053
063
073
103
113
123
133
143
153
163
173
203
213
223
233
243
253
004
014
024
034
044
054
064
074
104
114
124
134
144
154
164
174
204
214
224
234
244
254
005
015
025
035
045
055
065
075
105
115
125
135
145
155
165
175
205
215
225
235
245
255
006
016
026
036
046
056
066
076
106
116
126
136
146
156
166
176
206
216
226
236
246
256
007
017
027
037
047
057
067
077
107
117
127
137
147
157
167
177
207
217
227
237
247
257
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FM Transceiver
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ATTACHED CHART
260
270
300
310
320
330
340
350
360
370
400
410
420
430
440
450
460
470
500
510
520
530
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FM Transceiver
261
271
301
311
321
331
341
351
361
371
401
411
421
431
441
451
461
471
501
511
521
531
262
272
302
312
322
332
342
352
362
372
402
412
422
432
442
452
462
472
502
512
522
532
263
273
303
313
323
333
343
353
363
373
403
413
423
433
443
453
463
473
503
513
523
533
264
274
304
314
324
334
344
354
364
374
404
414
424
434
444
454
464
474
504
514
524
534
265
275
305
315
325
335
345
355
365
375
405
415
425
435
445
455
465
475
505
515
525
535
266
276
306
316
326
336
346
356
366
376
406
416
426
436
446
456
466
476
506
516
526
536
267
277
307
317
327
337
347
357
367
377
407
417
427
437
447
457
467
477
507
517
527
537
ATTACHED CHART
540
550
560
570
600
610
620
630
640
650
660
670
700
710
720
730
740
750
760
770
541
551
561
571
601
611
621
631
641
651
661
671
701
711
721
731
741
751
761
771
542
552
562
572
602
612
622
632
642
652
662
672
702
712
722
732
742
752
762
772
543
553
563
573
603
613
623
633
643
653
663
673
703
713
723
733
743
753
763
773
544
554
564
574
604
614
624
634
644
654
664
674
704
714
724
734
744
754
764
774
545
555
565
575
605
615
625
635
645
655
665
675
705
715
725
735
745
755
765
775
546
556
566
576
606
616
626
636
646
656
666
676
706
716
726
736
746
756
766
776
547
557
567
577
607
617
627
637
347
657
667
677
707
717
727
737
747
757
767
777
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FM Transceiver
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