RTS DV-3400 User manual

RTS DV-3400 User manual
RTS HULPLYN
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U radio is soos volg geprogrammeer:
Kanaal 1-8 met PMR 446
Kanaal 9-77 met LPD
Kanaal 81-85 met SA se LFK
m.a.w hierdie produk sal met alle ICASA goedgekeurde
produkte kan kommunikeer
RTS Help Line
Dear client should you experience any difficulties or problems
on your RTS Product (s) please feel free to contact our office at
086100 2525
Weekdays between 08H00 and 17H00
We will gladly assist you with your purchased RTS Product (s)
This radio have been programed with the following factory
defaults:
Channel 1~8 = PMR 446
Channel 9~77 = LPD
Channel 81~85 = SA LFC
Dankie vir u ondersteuning!
Baie geluk met die aankoop van die
DV-3400 handradio! Die
DV -3400 draagbare radio is maklik om te gebruik en dit is ‘n
kragtige radio wat u van uitstekende kwaliteit verseker.
Voor u hierdie radio gebruik, lees asseblief die handleiding deur om te
verseker dat u weet wat om te verwag van u radio, en hoe om die radio
ten volle te gebruik, asook die moets en moennies van die produk.
Ons DV-3400 stel u voor aan die innoverende DSP (Digitale Sein
Prossesering) ‘n basisband-tegniek, wat help om stem en inkripsies te
verwerk.
Die DV-3400 is ‘n modern en kompakte handradio, wat u toelaat om
vinnig en maklik te kommunikeer.
Van die plus punte van hierdie radio sluit in hoë-krag uitset (>5W) en
‘n koste effektiewe proffesionele handradio. Van die radio se unieke
funksies is: ‘n flitslig en opsionele oorfone wat gebruik kan word
in die vermaaklikheidsindustrie, hotelle, winkelsentrums en ander
handelsektore.
Veligheidsmaatreëls
Die
DV-3400 handradio is uitstekend ontwerp met
gevorderde tegnologie.
Om beserings en beskadiging van u radio te voorkom, let asseblief
op na die volgende:
1.Hou hierdie handradio en toebehore weg van kinders af.
2.Moet asseblief nie self poog om aan die radio te peuter of
veranderinge te maak sonder toestemming nie. ‘n Nie-proffesionele
persoon mag skade aan die radio veroorsaak.
3.Gebruik asseblief die voorgeskewe battery herlaaier en battery om
skade aan die radio te voorkom.
4.Gebruik asseblief ook voorgeskrewe antenna om voldoende
reikafstand te bekom.
5.Moet asseblief nie die handradio te lank blootstel aan direkte sonlig
nie. Moet ook nie naby warm voorwerpe laat nie.
6.Moet asseblief nie die handradio aan buitengewone stowwerige of
vogtige areas blootstel nie.
7.Moet nie skadelike chemikalië of skoonmaakmiddels gebruik om
die radio mee skoon te maak nie.
8.Moet NOOIT hierdie handstel gebruik sonder dat die antenna
opgeskroef is nie.
9.Wanneer u hierdie handstel gebruik, stel ons voor dat u vir ‘n
minuut praat en vir minute ontvang. Wanneer hierdie handstel vir te
lank uitstuur, veral op hoë-krag, sal die handstel warm word aan die
agterkant. Moet ook nie die warm deel van hierdie radio op ‘n plastiese
voorwerp neerlê nie. Die battery sal ook vinniger afloop op hoë krag
uitsending as op lae krag.
10.As daar enige onaangename reuke of rook onstaan uit die
handstel, moet die handstel dadelik afgeskakel word en die battery
handelaar.
uitgehaal word. Kontak dan u naaste
Handleiding toegepas aan: DV-3400 UHF FM Handradio
VHF FM Handradio
Programmering Sagteware: QPS3400
NOTA:
Wanneer die handstel geprogrammeer word, moet die
oorspronklike fabrieksdata eers gelees word, alvorens die
frekwensie ens. oorgeskryf word, andersins kan daar probleme
onstaan a.g.v die verskillende frekwensie bande ens.
INHOUD
UITEENSETTING................................................................................01
Bybehore Voorsien.......................................................................................... 01
STANDAARD BYBEHORE/OPSIONELE BYBEHORE..................... 02
Standaard Bybehore........................................................................................ 02
Opsionele Bybehore........................................................................................ 02
BATTERY INFORMASIE.................................................................... 03
Herlaai van die batterypak............................................................................... 03
Voorgeskrewe Herlaaier.................................................................................. 03
Neem kennis.................................................................................................... 03
Hoe om die battery te stoor............................................................................. 04
Herlaai van radio in voertuig............................................................................ 05
Installering en Verwydering van battery........................................................... 06
Installering en Verwydering van die antenna................................................... 06
Installering en Verwydering van die belt knip.................................................. 07
Installering van die luidspreker en mikrofoon (Opsioneel)............................... 07
Installering/Verwydering van die arm band (Opsioneel)................................. 07
BEKENDSTELLING............................................................................ 08
LCD Skerm...................................................................................................... 08
Agtergrondlig- status & stem aankondiging..................................................... 11
[PF1] & [PF2] "Sleutel instelling....................................................................... 11
BASIESE UITVOERINGS................................................................... 12
Aan/Af skakel van Handstel............................................................................. 12
Aan/Afskakel van flitslig................................................................................... 12
Volume skakelaar............................................................................................ 12
Huidige kanaal navrae..................................................................................... 12
Verstelling van frekwensie............................................................................... 13
Vinnige verstelling van frekwensie.................................................................. 13
Hoe om ‘n kanaal te kies................................................................................. 13
Ontvang........................................................................................................... 14
Uitstuur............................................................................................................ 14
Alarm funksie................................................................................................... 15
Sluit van sleutelbord........................................................................................ 15
FUNKSIES OPSTELLING................................................................. 16
Basiese Funksie Opstelling............................................................................. 16
CTCSS/DCS Enkodeer/Dekodeer................................................................... 16
INHOUD
CTCSS/DCS Enkodeerder/Dekodeer Setup................................................... 17
Modus Selektering........................................................................................... 17
FM Radio......................................................................................................... 18
“Beep” Stem aankondiger................................................................................ 18
“Squelch” Vlak Opstelling................................................................................ 19
VOX AAN/AF................................................................................................... 19
VOX Vlak Opstelling........................................................................................ 20
Frekwensie Opstellings................................................................................... 20
GEVORDERDE UITVOERINGS......................................................... 21
“Squelch” Af..................................................................................................... 21
Monitor............................................................................................................. 21
Hoë / Lae krag skakelaar................................................................................. 21
Skandeer......................................................................................................... 22
Battery kapasiteit navraag............................................................................... 22
Aandag vestig op oproep................................................................................. 22
Tydelike verwyderinge van kanaal wat inmeng............................................... 23
Wye / Nou Band Opstelling............................................................................. 23
Kanaal Besig - Blokkering............................................................................... 23
Skandering van kanaal lys............................................................................... 24
Uitsaai tydhouer (TOT).................................................................................... 24
Uitsaai Tyduitteller alarm................................................................................. 24
Herwin van battery........................................................................................... 24
AGTERGROND UITVOERINGS......................................................... 25
Prioriteits Skandering...................................................................................... 25
Terug gaan na oorsproklike kanaal.................................................................. 25
Instandhouding en Skoonmaak....................................................................... 25
TEGNIESE SPESIFIKASIES.............................................................. 26
PROBLEEM OPLOSSINGSGIDS...................................................... 28
GRAFIEK AANGEHEG....................................................................... 30
CTCSS Frekwensie grafiek............................................................................. 30
DCS grafiek..................................................................................................... 31
UITEENSETTING
Pak die handradio uit. Ons stel voor dat u die volgende items
identifiseer wat gelys is in die table voor u die verpakkingsmateriaal
weggooi. As daar enige items vermis of beskadig is gedurende vervoer,
handelaar skakel.
moet u dadelik die naaste
Bybehore Voorsien
Item
Antenna
Li-ion Batterypak
Battery Herlaaier
AC “adaptor”
Belt knip
Handleiding
12V Motorlaaier
Number
QA07V/QA07U
QB-33L
QBC-33L
QPS-05
BC06
CPL-02
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
STANDAARD BYBEHORE/OPSIONELE BYBEHORE
Standaard Bybehore
Antenna *
QA07V(136-174MHZ)
QA07U(400-480MHZ) etc.
Belt Knip BC06
Li-ion Battery Pak
(1300mAh) QB-33L
Motorlaaier CPL-02
Laaier
QBC-33L
AC “Adaptor”
(12V/500mA)
QPS-05
Handleiding
Nota:
Om die frekwensie of band van die antenna te bekom, moet u
asseblief na die etiket onderaan die antenna verwys.
Opsionele Bybehore
USB Programmering
kabel PC03
Handband GS01
2
Oorfone HS03
Programmering
Sagteware QPS3400
Li-ion Battery Pak
(2200mAh)
QB-34L
BATTERY INFORMASIE
Herlaai van die batterypak
Die batterypak word nie by die fabriek gelaai nie, dus moet u die
battery laai voor dit gebruik word.
As die battery na gebruik of vir ‘n lang tyd gebêre word (vir meer
as 2 maande) en dan eers herlaai word, sal die battery nie sy volle
kapasiteit kan bereik nie. Nadat ‘n volle herlaai en afloop siklus
deurgegaan is sal die radio op sy beste kan werk. Let ook daarop
die battery se uitset vermoë sal afneem na ‘n tyd, al word die
battery vol en reg herlaai. Die battery moet dan vervang word.
Voorgeskrewe herlaaier
Wees asseblief seker dat u slegs die herlaaier gebruik wat aan
u radio voorgeskryf is. Ander modelle se herlaaiers kan skade en
beserings veroorsaak. As u die batterypak installeer en ‘n rooi liggie
flikker, of stemtoon lui, herlaai asseblief die battery.
Neem kennis
• Moet nooit probeer om die omhulsel van die battery pak te
verwyder nie.
Wanneer die battery vervang word, moet nooit die ou battery in die
vuur gooi of probeer verbrand nie.
sal nie verantwoordelik gehou word vir enige skade wat
•
opgedoen is a.g.v. ongemagtigde veranderinge aan die battery
nie.
• Die verkose temperature moet tussen 5℃ en 40℃ wees terwyl
die battery herlaai word. Die battery kan dalk nie ten volle herlaai
word as die temperature te veel verskil nie
• Skakel altyd die radio af alvorens u die battery herlaai.
Moet nie die battery uit die laaier verwyder terwyl dit nog besig is
om te laai nie.
As die battery vol gelaai is, moet dit nie weer gelaai word nie - dit
kan die battery se lewe beinvloed.
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BATTERY INFORMASIE
Moet nooit die battery laai wanneer die battery klam is nie, maak dit
eers droog.
WAARSKUWING:
As sleutels, kettintjies of ander elektriese metale in kontak
met die battery se terminale kom, mag dit skade of beserings
veroorsaak. Wanneer die terminale ‘n kortsluiting maak,
kan dit baie hitte veroorsaak. Wees asseblief versigtig as u
die radio aan u dra of gebruik. Bêre asseblief die radio in ‘n
geisoleerde houer. Moenie in ‘n staal houer bêre nie.
Hoe om die battery te stoor
1. As die battery gestoor moet word, moet die battery so 50%
gelaai wees.
2. Stoor in ‘n koel droë plek.
3. Moet nie in direkte sonlig stoor nie.
WAARSKUWING:
• Moenie ‘n kortsluiting in die battery se terminale veroorsaak
nie.
• Moenie probeer om die omhulsel van die battery pak te
verwyder nie.
• Moenie die battery in die radio sit in ‘n gevaarlike of warm
omgewing nie, dit kan ‘n kortsluiting veroorsaak wat weer
tot ‘n ontploffing kan lei.
Vir optimum battery kapasiteit, moet nie die radio uit die laaier
verwyder alvorens die radio nie volledig herlaai is nie.
■Hoe om die battery direk of deur die handstel te herlaai.
1.Die radio en battery kan apart van mekaar gelaai word.
2.Prop die AC “adaptor” in die AC uitlating, plaas dan die prop van
die kabel in die DC gat, wat jy sal vind aan die agterkant van die
herlaaier.
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BATTERY INFORMASIE
Herlaai aanwysing - Groen liggie brand wanneer battery volgelaai is.
Werkende aanwyser
Herlaaier aanwyser
Herlaai van Handstel
Herlaai van battery
3. Prop die Li-ion battery alleen of op die radio gekoppel saam in
die voorgeskrewe herlaaier.
* Maak seker dat die battery korrrek op die laaier geplaas is.
Laaier se liggie sal - ROOI - vertoon.
4. Die rooi liggie sal na GROEN verander as die battery vol gelaai
is.
NEEM KENNIS:
Dit neem ongeveer 4 ure vir die battery om vol te laai. Nadat
die battery vol gelaai is moet die battery of radio van die
herlaaier afgehaal word.
Herlaai van radio in voertuig
Konnekteer die radio direk aan die
voertuig laaier
NEEM KENNIS:
Skakel asseblief die radio af voordat
u die radio in die voertuig herlaai. Dit
neem ook langer vir die battery om so te
herlaai (tot 12 ure).
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BATTERY INFORMASIE
Installering en verwydering van battery
■Installering van battery:
Pas hierdie volgende riglyne toe deur na die gidse agterop die
radio te verwys, druk die battery na bo tot die battery perfek op die
radio pas.
■Verwydering van battery pak:
Skuif die battery se hakkie soos met pyltjie aangedui, verwyder
die battery deur die battery uit te skuif.
Installering en verwydering van antenna
■Installering van die antenna:
Skroef die antenna op die konneksie aan die bokant
van die radio - deur die radio vas te hou, draai dan dit
kloksgewys totdat dit styf vas is.
■Verwydering van Antenna:
Draai die antenna net weer anti-kloksgewys om die
antenna te verwyder.
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BATTERY INFORMASIE
Installering en verwydering van belt knip
■Installering van die Beltknip:
Spasieër die belt knip in die
ooreenstemmende groefies op die
agterkand van die handstel, skroef dan
kloksgewys vas.
■Verwydering van beltknip:
Draai die skroefies los om die beltknip te
verwyder.
Installering van die luidspreker en mikrofoon (Opsioneel)
Maak die MIC-SP klappie oop en sit dan
die luidspreker/mikrofoon in die MIC-SP
gaatjie.
NEEM KENNIS:
Die handstel is nie waterdig terwyl die
luidspreker/mikrofoon gebruik word nie.
Installering/Verwydering van die arm band (Opsioneel)
Druk die toutjie van die armband deur die gaatjie wat jy op die
agterkant bo van die handstel sal kry; trek dan die hele armband
deur die ogie en maak seker dat dit styf vas is.
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BEKENDSTELLING
LCD Skerm
Op die skerm is daar klein beeldings van al die opsionele
funksies .
Uitstuur krag
VOX
Noue Band
Stem Kompander
Uitstuur
Sluit van sleutelbord
Battery kapasiteit
DCS
CTCSS
FM Radio
Kode frekwensie
Kode Groepering/Funksie wyser
wanneer gestel word/VFO
Frekwensie
Battery kapasiteit aanwyser (Vol)
Batterykrag laag, verander battery of herlaai.
Oorblywende battery kapasiteit
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BEKENDSTELLING
1
2
3
4
5
10
6
7
11
12
9
8
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BEKENDSTELLING
1.Antenna
2.Aan/Af skakelaar:
Draai hierdie skakelaar kloksgewys om die handstel aan te skakel. Nadat
die handstel aangeskakel is, draai dan die skakelaar kloksgewys en antiklokgsgewys om die volume op of af te stel. Om af te skakel, draai die skakelaar
anti-kloksgewys totdat ‘n “ka” geluid gehoor word
3.Flitslig:
Terwyl die handstel aangeskakel is, druk die Nood Alarm sleutel vinnig om
die flitslig aan te skakel. Druk weer dieselfde knoppie vinnig om die flitslig af te
skakel.
4. Alarm Sleutel
Terwyl die handstel op bystand is, druk hierdie sleutel vir 1 sekonde om die
alarm funksie aan te skakel. Herhaal dieselfde oefening om die alarm funksie
weer af te skakel.
5.PTT Sleutel
Wanneer u iemand roep, druk en hou hierdie sleutel in terwyl u in die mikrofoon
praat. Los weer hierdie sleutel om weer te ontvang.
6.PF1 Sleutel
Dit is ‘n programmeerbare sleutel wat verskillende funksies kan aanneem deur
programmering.
7.PF2 Sleutel
Dit is ‘n programmeerbare sleutel wat verskillende funksies kan aanneem deur
programmering.
Draai die skakelaar om ‘n kanaal te kies. Draai kloksgewys vir ‘n hoër kanaal,
draai anti-kloksgewys om ‘n laer kanaal te kies.
8. Die
/
Sleutels
Nadat u die Funksie Opstelling tabel ingegaan het, kan u hierdie sleutels druk
om die kanaal se waarde te verander. As hierdie sleutel lank ingehou word kan
waardes vinnig verander word. As die FM radio aan is, kan jy hierdie sleutel druk
om die stasies te verander.
9.
Sleutel
Druk hierdie sleutel aanhoudelik om die gekose funksie te kies om in te stel.
Druk hierdie sleutel saam met
/
sleutels om die gekose funksie waarde
te kies.
10. Eksterne mikrofoon/Luidspreker gaatjie/Datakabel gaatjie
11. Noodgeval herlaai gaatjie
12. Belt knip
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BEKENDSTELLING
Agtergrondlig Status & stem aankondiger
Lae krag waarskuwing
Handstel sal tydens lae krag uitset
‘n luitoon deurstuur met 60 sekonde
tussenposes, die rooi lig sal ook
flikker.
Uitsending
Agtergrond lig ( LCD) sal aan wees.
Sleutelbord uitvoeringe
Handstel sal ‘n “DU” geluid maak
wanneer ‘n funksie ingetik word in
die tabel van opsies, ‘n "DU DU"
geluid sal gehoor word as uit enige
funksie gaan.
[PF1] & [PF2] “Standaard sleutels”
Druk [PF1]
Navrae na batterykapasiteit
Druk [PF2]
Druk [PF1] en hou in vir een
sekonde
“Squelch” af
Druk [P F 2 ] en hou in vir een
sekonde
Roep
Hoë/lae krag verstelling
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BASIESE UITVOERINGS
Aan/Af skakel van Handstel
Aanskakel van handstel: Terwyl die radio afgeskakel is, draai die
KRAG/VOLUME skakelaar totdat daar ‘n “klik geluid gehoor word. ‘n
Stem sal “Power on” aankondig asook die huidige kanaal.
Afsit van die handstel: Wanneer die handstel aan is, draai die
KRAG/VOLUME anti-kloksgewys totdat ‘n “klik” geluid gehoor word.
Die handstel is nou afgeskakel.
Aan/Afskakel van flitslig
Terwyl die handstel aangeskakel is, druk die Alarm Sleutel vinnig
om die flitslig aan te skakel. Druk weer dieselfde sleutel om die lig
af te sit. Indien u die sleutel lank indruk sal die flitslig nie aanskakel
nie.
Volume skakelaar
Wanneer die handstel aangeskakel is, draai die KRAG/VOLUME
skakelaar om die volume te verstel. Draai die skakelaar kloksgewys
om die volume hoër te stel, en anti-kloksgewys om die volume af te
stel. U kan die [PF1] / [PF2] knoppie programmeer om die “squelch”
se huidige volume ook te stel.
NEEM KENNIS:
Terwyl die [PF1] / [PF2] knoppie gedruk word om die
“squelch” te monitor kan u die KRAG/VOLUME skakelaar
draai om die volume te verstel. U kan so die volume ook beter
hoor.
Huidige kanaal navrae
Terwyl die radio aangeskakel is, druk die
dan die kanaal nommer aankondig.
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, die radio sal
BASIESE UITVOERINGS
Verstelling van frekwensie
Terwyl die radio in die VFO frekwensie mode is, druk die
knoppie herhaaldelik tot die desimale kolletjie flikker. Terwyl dit in
hierdie mode is druk die
/
knoppie om die frekwensie te stel.
Druk dan die
knoppie om die frekwensie op te stel met 1MHz,
om dit af te stel druk die
met 1Mhz.
knoppie om die frekwensie af te stel
Vinnige verstelling van frekwensie
Druk die [PF1] of die [PF2] sleutel om die
huidige frekwensie te bevestig en om uit die
huidige frekwensie tabel te gaan. Nadat jy in die
opstelling tabel was, en die frekwensie was nie
gestel nie, sal die radio outomaties uit die tabel
gaan na 10 sekondes.
NEEM KENNIS:
Gedurende die kanaal modus, sal hierdie funksie versteek
wees. Hierdie funksie is af oor die algemeen. U kan hierdie
funksie aansit deur programmering.
Hoe om ‘n kanaal te kies
Gedurende die kanaal mode, kan u ‘n kanaal
kies deur die knoppie herhaaldelik te druk totdat
die kanaal se syfer verskyn. Druk dan die
knoppie om die kanaal se syfer te verander, die
handstel sal dan die kanaal nommer aankondig.
Druk die
knoppie om die kanaal op te
stel en die
knoppie om die kanaal af te stel. Druk dan enige
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BASIESE UITVOERINGS
sleutel
behalwe, om jou kanaal nommer vas te stel en uit hierdie
mode te gaan. Nadat op die opstellings mode ingegaan is en die
frekwensie is nie vasgestel nadat daar uit hierdie modus gegaan is
nie, sal die handstel self uit hierdie mode gaan na 10 sekondes.
NEEM KENNIS:
Wanneer die kanaal gestel word, sal die radio outomaties
ongeprogrammeerde kanale oorslaan.
Ontvang
As op die huidige kanaal geroep word, sal die agtergrond lig
verhelder, en jy kan dan die persoon hoor praat.
NEEN KENNIS:
•U kan dalk nie die roep ontvang as die “squelch” vlak te hoog
is nie.
•Twee radios moet presies dieselfde geprogrammeer wees
(selfde subtone) om met mekaar te kan praat.
Uitstuur
U kan seker maak of ‘n kanaal nie besig is deur die kanaal te
moniteer vir ‘n rukkie deur die geprogrammeerde “squelch” af
knoppie te druk [PF1] / [PF2]. Druk dan die
[PTT] knoppie en praat in die mikroofoon.
Hou altyd so ‘n 2.5-5cm afstand tussen
mikrofoon en jou mond. Praat hard en
duidelik.
Neem kennis:
Druk en hou die [PTT] knoppie in, as die agtergrond lig
aankom vir 10 sekondes en af gaan, en die TX ikoon wys op die
skerm is die handstel besig om uit te stuur. Los dan die [PTT]
knoppie om te ontvang.
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BASIESE UITVOERINGS
Alarm Funksie
Druk hierdie knoppie vir net meer as 3 sekondes om die Alarm
Funksie aan te sit.
Wanneer hierdie funksie aangesit is, sal die radio dit aankondig
met ‘n luitoon. Dit sal dan die alarm uitstuur aan gekose persone
of sisteme. Skakel die handstel aan en af om hierdie funksie af te
skakel.
NEEM KENNIS:
Fabriek opstellings: Algemeen. Hierdie funksie kan aangesit
word deur prorgammering.
Sluit van sleutelbord
Die sleutelbord kan gesluit word om te keer dat die
/
sleutels gebruik word.
Om die sleutelbord sluit funksie aan te skakel, druk en hou
die Alarm Sleutel in terwyl u die handstel aanskakel, los dan die
sleutel totdat ‘n “DU” geluid gehoor word.
Die skerm sal dan die
ikoon wys. Die
en
sleutels sal nie werk nie. Herhaal
hierdie oefening om sleutelbord sluit funksie af
te sit, u sal ‘n “DU DU” geluid hoor wanneer dit
afgeskakel is.
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FUNKSIE OPSTELLING
Basiese Funksie Opstelling
1. Druk
hierdie sleutel herhaaldelik om die sub-tabel op te stel.
2. Druk
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om die funksie waarde op te stel.
3. Druk [PF1] of [PF2] om die instellings te bêre en uit te gaan.
CTCSS/DCS Enkodeer / Dekodeer
Wanneer die radio gewysig word met hierdie funksie, sal die
radio slegs, wanneer daar CTCSS/DCS seine ontvang word, die
ander party hoor roep. Radios met ooreenstemmende CTCSS/DCS
opstellings sal jou roep kan hoor.
Tot ‘n "UF" ikoon op die
1.Druk herhaaldelik
LCD skerm wys.
2.Druk
/
om die CTCSS/DCS enkodeer/
dekodeer te stel of af te sit. Wanneer die
CTCSS enkodeer/dekodeer gestel word sal
die"CT" op die LCD flikker. Wanneer DCS
positief enkodeer/dekodeer gekies word,
sal die “DTN” op die LCD flikker. Wanneer
die DCS in die inverse enkodeer/dekodeer
gestel word sal die "DTI" op die LCD skerm
fllikker. As hierdie funksie afgeskakel word,
sal "OFF" op die sleutelbord flikker.
3.Druk die [PF1] of [PF2] om opstellings te
bêre en uit te gaan.
NEEM KENNIS:
Om self die funksie te stel, moet dit deur
programmering gestel word.
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FUNKSIE OPSTELLING
CTCSS/DCS Enkoderer/Dekodeer Instelling
1.Druk herhaaldelik die
sleutel totdat die CT/DT en die CTCSS/
DCS flikker op die LCD skerm verskyn.
2.Druk die
/
herhaaldelik om die gekose
CTCSS/DCS te dekodeer.
CTCSS: 67-254.1H, totaal 50 groepe.
“Default”:67HZ.
DCS: 017N-765I, totaal 232 groepe. "N" op die
LCD beteken ‘n positiewe kode. "I" op die
LCD skerm beteken ‘n inverse kode.
“Default”: 017N
3.Druk [PF1] of [PF2] om die opstellings te bêre
en terug te gaan na die bystand mode.
NEEM KENNIS:
Die ikoon "N" of "L" sal nie sigbaar wees wanneer die CTCSS/
DCS funksie af is nie.
Modus Selektering
Daar is twee tipes metodes vir hierdie opsie, VFO (Frekwensie
metode) en kanaal metode.
1.Terwyl die handstel op bystand is druk die
knoppie, die “UFO” sal op die skerm flikker.
2.Druk
/
Af: Kanaal Metode
Aan: Frekwensie Metode
3.Druk [PF1]/[PF2] om uit te gaan.
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FUNKSIE OPSTELLING
NEEM KENNIS:
Die VFO Aan/Af funksie word met sagteware opgestel.
FM Radio
1.Druk
herhaaldelik totdat “FM” flikker.
/
om die FM funksie stel.
2.Druk
ON: Sit die FM radio aan.
OFF: Sit die FM radio af (of skakel die handstel
af.)
3.Druk [PF1] of [PF2].
NEEM KENNIS:
Wanneer die FM funksie aan is druk
om deur die
/
stasies te skandeer. Dit sal ook die huidige kanaal nommer
aankondig. Wanneer ‘n radio stasie opgetel word, sal dit ophou
skandeer. Die radio kan stuur en ontvang terwyl die FM radio
aan is.
Beep Stem aankondiger
1.Druk
herhaaldelik totdat ‘n "BEEP" op die LCD flikker.
/
om die “BEEP” funksie
2.Druk skakel
aan / af
AAN: Sit die “BEEP” stem aankondiger aan.
AF: Sit die “BEEP” stem aankondiger af.
3.Druk [PF1] of [PF2] om opstellings te bêre en
af te sit.
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FUNKSIE OPSTELLING
“ Squelch” vlak opstelling
Hierdie funksie word gebruik om die ontvangsintesiteit te verstel.
As die ontvangsintensiteit ‘n sekere vlak bereik, kan jy die ander
party se roep ontvang, andersins sal die radio geen klank ontvang
nie.
herhaaldelik totdat "SQ" flikker.
1.Druk
/
: Stel die “squelch” vlak
2.Druk
Totaal van 10 opsies vir hierdie vlak:: AF, 1-9
grade
3.Druk [PF1] of [PF2] om uit te gaan.
NEEM KENNIS:
Hierdie funksie kan slegs deur programmering opgestel word.
VOX AAN/AF
Wanneer hierdie funksie aan is, kan uitsending plaasvind as
daar enige harde geluide in die omgewing is, sonder om die [PTT]
knoppie te druk
Herhaaldelik totdat die “VOX” flikker.
1. Druk
2.Druk
/
om die VOX aan of af te skakel.
AAN: Sit die VOX funksie aan
AF: Sit die VOX funksie af.
3.Druk [PF1] of [PF2] om uit die funksie TE
NOTA:
Om hierdie funksie self op te stel, moet dit eers met die
sagteware deur programmering opgestel word. As die
handstel weer aan en afgesit word, sal die VOX outomaties
afgesit word.
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FUNKSIE OPSTELLING
VOX Vlak Opstelling
Hierdie funksie word gebruik om die volume te stel wat nodig is
om uitsending te laat plaasvind. Hoe hoër die vlak van die VOX
gestel is, hoe hoër moet die stemtoon wees.
herhaaldelik totdat "VOX" en die huidige VOX vlak flikker.
1.Druk
2.Druk
of
om die vlak van die VOX te
stel.
9 vlakke vir die opsie: 1-9 vlakke
3.Druk [PF1] of [PF2] verandering te aanvaar.
Neem kennis:
VOX vlakke kan slegs deur programmering opgestel word.
WERK SLEGS OP KOPSTUKKE
Frekwensie Opstellings
Hierdie funksie kan SLEGS werk wanneer die radio in VFO mode
is. Gedurende die VFO mode, kan gebruikers die frekwensie verstel
deur hierdie opstelling.
herhaaldelik totdat "STP" ikoon die
1.Sodra die radio aan is druk
huidige waarde van die frekwensie wys op die skerm.
2.Druk
/
om die waarde te kies. Daar is vyf verskillende
opsies: 5k, 6.25k, 10k, 12.5k en 25k.
3.Druk [PF1] of [PF2] om uit te gaan.
NOTA:
Hierdie funksie werk nie gedurende die kanaal metode nie.
[PF1] en [PF2] is programeerbaar, wat beteken dit kan sekere
funksies aanneem deur programmering.
NEEM KENNIS:
Om die geprogrammeerde [PF1]-1s en [PF2]-2s te begin, moet
gebruikers eers die [PF1] of [PF2] druk en inhou totdat die
radio ‘n "DU" geluid maak.
Herhaal die bogenoemde funksie om die funksie af te sit.
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GEVORDERDE UITVOERINGS
“Squelch” Af
Terwyl die radio aangeskakel is, druk die geprogrammeerde
“squelch” af [PF1] / [PF2] knoppie, die “squelch” kanaal is nie af
nie, en jy kan dan die agtergrond geluide hoor. Druk hierdie sleutel
weer, die “squelch” kanaal sal dan af wees. Deur hierdie funksie
te gebruik, sny u die swakker seine uit. Die skerm sal die huidige
kanaal intensiteit wys.
Monitor
Druk die geprogrammeerde sleutel van Monitor [PF1] / [PF2], die
radio sal 'n "Du" geluid maak, monitor is nou aan. Onder hierdie
omstandighede sal die handstel CTCSS / DCS dekodeer ignoreer
en die sein monitor van die ander party so lank as wat die ontvangs
van die gepaardgaande golf gehoor kan word.. Druk hierdie sleutel
weer, radio sal "Du Du" geluid maak en verlaat die monitor metode.
Hoë / Lae krag skakelaar
Druk die geprogrammeerde sleutel van Monitor [PF1] / [PF2], die
handstel sal 'n "Du" geluid maak en kondig dan die huidige krag
status aan. Indien "Hoog" gekies word, stuur huidige kanaal uit
teen 'n hoë krag. Indien "laag" gekies word, sal die huidige kanaal
teen 'n lae krag stuur.
"H"-ikoon op die LCD 'n hoë krag.
"L"-ikoon op die LCD 'n lae krag 2.
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GEVORDERDE UITVOERINGS
Skandeer
Die skandeer funksie kan gebruik word om elke kanaal te
moniteer.
Onder die stand op die geprogrammeerde "Skandeer" sleutel,
sal die radio ‘n "Du" geluid maak en in die skandeer mode wees.
Dit skandeer die kanale in die lys een vir een. Wanneer die radio 'n
ooreenstemmende sein ontvang , sal die radio tydelik in die kanaal
bly totdat die sein verdwyn. Druk dan weer die Skandeer sleutel,
die handstel sal dan ‘n "Du Du" beep maak, uitsendings skandeer
en skakel die kanaal uit deur die gebruiker vooraf geprogrammeer
was
Neem kennis:
Onder hierdie mode, kan die radio nie ontvang of uitsaai met
ander radios via ‘n herhaler nie.
Battery kapasiteit Navraag
Druk die geprogrammeerde "Batterykapasiteit navraag" sleutel,
die radio sal dan die huidige battery kapasiteit aankondig. Daar
is 10 vlakke in totaal. Vlak 10 beteken 'n volle battery kapasiteit.
Wanneer die battery in vlak 1Th (6.1V), sal die LED liggie rooi
flikker. Die radio sal gebruikers laat weet van die stand van die
battery is.
Aandag vestig op oproep
Hierdie funksie is om gebruikers in te lig van die inkomende
oproep wat nog nie ontvang is nie.
Onder bystand, druk die geprogrammeerde sleutel om oproepe
mee te antwoord, stuur die handstel se roep sein. Wanneer die
ontvanger die roep sein kry, sal die handstel hom herinner van die
oproep deur die geprogrammeerde manier.
Vyf maniere van oproepe: vibrasie, lui (koord 1), lui (koord 2),
vibrasie + lui (koord 1), vibrasie + lui (koord 2), standaard: vibrasie
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GEVORDERDE UITVOERINGS
+ lui (koord 1) as oproep gemis is sal ‘n deuntjie jou laat weet.
Neem kennis:
Die handstel se vibrasie funksie is opsioneel. Wanneer daar
geen vibrasie funksie is nie, is slegs die luitoon beskikbaar vir
die in kennis stelling van oproep.
Tydelike verwydering van kanaal wat inmeng
Hierdie funksie kan tydelik die kanaal wat inmeng of kanaal
wat beset is van die skanderingslys verwyder. Wanneer
skandering berus op 'n kanaal, dan kan jy deur die druk van die
geprogrammeerde sleutel tydelik die kanaal verwyder en keer
dat inmenging plaasvind, die radio sal ‘n "DU" geluid maak. Die
PRIORITEITSKANALE kan egter nie tydelik verwyder word nie.
As slegs een of twee kanale in die skanderingslys lys is, is hierdie
aksie ook nie beskikbaar nie. Skakel die radio aan en af om die
verwyderde kanale weer by te voeg.
Wye / Nou Band Opstelling
Op die basis van die nasionale voorwaardes, kan gebruikers
kanaal spasiëring stel as 25K breë band of 12.5K (nou band) deur
sagteware programmering.
Hierdie radio kan op 25K (breë band), en 12.5K (nou band), ens.
gebruik word vir kommunikasie.
NEEM KENNIS
"N" op die LCD skerm dui nou band aan. Anders is dit breë
band.
Kanaal Besig - Blokkering
Word slegs gebruik op herhaler sisteme
1.Herhaler: Wanneer jy op ‘n herhaler werk en die BCL is
aangeskakel, maak die radio ‘n peep-peep beset toon as die
kanaal besig is, en kan jy nie op die radio praat nie.
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GEVORDERDE UITVOERINGS
Skandering van kanaal lys
Via programmering sagteware, kan gebruikers kies of hul die
huidige kanaal wat skandeer word wil byvoeg. As die huidige kanaal
nie in die lys van skandering is nie, sal die kanaal sal oorgeslaan
word tydens die skandeer proses
Uitsaai tydhouer (TOT)
Die doel van die Uitsaai Tydhouer is om te keer dat enige inbeller
'n kanaal vir ‘n te lang tydperk besig hou. . As jy voortdurend vir
'n te lang tydperk uitstuur en ontvang sal die radio jou met ‘n stem
aankondiger waarsku dat die tyd uit is. Gebruikers kan die “TOT”
stel deur sagteware programmering.
Uitsaai Tyd-uitteller alarm
Die Uitsaai tyd-uitteller alarm sal die gebruiker laat weet deur
‘n “beep-beep” geluid wanneer daar die gestelde hoeveelheid
tyd oor is alvorens die radio sal uitsny. Slegs met sagteware
programmeerbaar
Herwin van battery
Wanneer hierdie funksie geaktiveer is, sal die radio meer
doeltreffend die battery se verbruik verminder. Die radio sal
outomaties die Battery Stoor funksie aanskakel wanneer dit nie 'n
sein ontvang nie. Wanneer die radio egter ontvang en uitstuur, sal
hierdie funksie outomaties afskakel.
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AGTERGROND UITVOERINGS
Prioriteits Skandering
Daar is twee prioriteit-kanaal instellings vir hierdie radio, ‘n "vaste"
en "gekose" instelling. Gebruikers kan die gewenste prioriteit
skandering stel deur sagteware programmering. As die radio op
prioriteit skandeer, en die handstel ontvang geen oproep nie, sal
die radio elke kanaal skandeer en ook die prioriteits-kanaal toets.
Wanneer die nie-prioriteitskanaal ‘n oproep ontvang, sal dit die
getoetsde prioriteits kanaal toets volgens “Flyback” tyd "A" en
“Flyback” "B" wat opgestel word die gebruikers.
Terug na oorspronklike kanaal
Tydens die skanderingsproses, druk [PTT]-sleutel om te stuur
of om skandering te stop, dan sal die radio terug keer na die
vooropgestelde kanaal.
Hierdie radio kan op verskillende maniere terug keer na die
vooropgestelde kanaal. Gebruikers kan die gewenste manier kies
deur sagteware programmering.
NEEM KENNIS:
Gebruikers kan die basiese en gevorderde uitvoerings stel
deur programmering met sagteware
Instandhouding en Skoonmaak
Bedek die Jack gaatjie met sy klappie wanneer die radio glad
nie gebruik word nie. Oor ‘n lang tyd van gebruik kan die radio se
sleutels, knoppies en behuising, vuil word. U kan dan 'n neutrale
seep, en 'n klam lappie gebruik om dit skoon te maak. Let Wel:
KLAM LAP
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TEGNIESE SPESIFIKASIES
Frekwensie
Algmeen
UHF: 400-480MHZ
VHF: 136-174MHZ
Kanaal Kapasiteit
128 kanale
Kanaal spasieering
25KHz (Wye Band)
12.5KHz (Noue Band)
Geslote fase- stap
5KHz, 6.25KHz
Uitvoerende spanning
7.4 DC ±20%
Batterylewe
Meer as 12 Hours (1300mAh), by 5-5-90
Frekwensie stabiliteit
±2.5ppm
Uitvoerende
temperatuur
-20 ~ +55℃
Groote
195×56×30mm(met battery pak, sonder die
antenna)
Gewig
185 g (met battery pak, sonder antenna)
Ontvang Gedeelte
Wye band
Sensitiwiteit(12dB
SINAD)
≤0.25μV
≤0.35μV
Ooreenkomstige kanaal
≥65dB
sensitiwiteit
≥65dB
≥62dB
Intermodulêr
≥62dB
Ongegonde Werping
≥80dB
≥80dB
Klank sensitiwiteit
6dB / per interval
6dB / per interval
“Hum” en geraas
≥52dB
Klank distorsie
Klank uitset
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Noue band
≥48dB
≤5%
500mW (at 10%)
TEGNIESE SPESIFIKASIES
Uitstuur gedeelte
Wye band
Krag uitset
Noue band
5W/1W
Modulasie
16KΦF3E
11KΦF3E
Ooreenstemmende
kanaal
≥65dB
≥65dB
≥40dB
“Hum” & Geraas
≥48dB
Ongegronde Werping
≤-36dB
≤-36dB
Klank Sensitiwiteit
6dB / per interval
6dB / per interval
Klank Distorsie
≤5%
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PROBLEEMOPLOSSINGSGIDS
Problem
Geen krag.
Battery gaan dood kort
na battery op die regte
manier herlaai is.
Corrective Action
A.Die batterypak mag uitgeput wees.
Herlaai of vervang die battery.
B.Battery pak kan dalk nie reg ingesit wees.
Verwyder die battery pak en sit dit weer
terug.
C.Die krag skakelaar kan foutief wees;
stuur na handelaar vir herstel.
D.Battery se skakels kan foutief wees, stuur
na naaste handelaar vir herstel.
Die batterypak se lewensduur is verby.
Vervang die batterypak.
Handstel kan nie
skandeer.
Alle kanale maak
‘n geraas nadat dit
geprogrammeer is en
die groen liggie flikker
voortdurend.
Die kanale is nie op die skandeer lysie (Laat
u handelaar dit vir u instel)
Geen klank nadat
mikrofoon gebruik is.
Oorfone mag foutief wees. (Kontak
asseblief u naaste handelaar.)
Skakel die “squelch” aan wanneer die
handstel geprogrammeer word. Laat u
handelaar hierdie verstelling vir u doen.
A. Maak seker dat die antenna in 'n goeie
kondisie is, en dat die basis van die
antenna stewig vas op radio is.
Kommunikasie
B. Maak seker die ander radio is nie buite
reikafstand is te kort en
die aanbevole afstand en buite die radio
het ‘n lae sensitiwiteit.
se bereik nie.
C.Maak seker dat die handstel op die
hoë krag uitsetting is. (Kontak u naaste
handelaar.)
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PROBLEEMOPLOSSINGSGIDS
Kan nie ander persone
hoor of met hul praat
via die handstel nie.
Kan nie die radio aan of
afskakel nie.
Die ander party
ontvang lae of gebroke
boodskappe.
A.Verskillende frekwensie of kanaal,
verander die kanaal.
B. Verskillende CTCSS/DCS,
herprogrammeer.
C. Buite die Kommunikasie reikafstand.
Maak seker dat die battery kontak maak .
Maak seker die luidspreker is nie geblokkeer
nie. Neem na u naaste handelaar vir
reparasies.
Die kommunikasie afstand is te groot
Gebroke ontvangs met
of daar is hoë geboue of heuwels wat
gepaardgaande geraas
kommunikasie siglyn beperk.
Luidspreker klank is
Maak seker of die luidspreker nie foutief
baie sag of met ‘n “ka
is nie. As daar ‘n poeierigheid op die
ka” geluid nadat die
luidspreker voorkom moet u die naaste
radio vir ‘n tyd gebruik handelaar kontak.
is.
Kan ontvang maar nie Maak seker dat die [PTT] nie foutief is nie.
(Kontak die naaste handelaar.
uitstuur nie.
Ontvang sonder enige
klank, groen liggie
flikker ook.
A.Die volume is laag,draai die skakelaar
asseblief kloksgewys aan.
B.Die luidspreker is foutief. (Kontak asseblief
u naaste handelaar.)
C.Oorfone is foutief.
Kontak asseblief u naaste handelaar.
D.Die volume se skakelaar is foutief. (Kontak
asseblief u naaste handelaar.)
Kanale kan nie gestel
word nie
Sleutels is gesluit. (Verwys na die prosedure
oor hoe om die sleutels te ontsluit.)
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GRAFIEKE
CTCSS Frekwensie Grafiek
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
30
67.0
69.3
71.9
74.4
77.0
79.7
82.5
85.4
88.5
91.5
94.8
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
97.4
100.0
103.5
107.2
110.9
114.8
118.8
123.0
127.3
131.8
136.5
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
141.3
146.2
151.4
156.7
159.8
162.2
165.5
167.9
171.3
173.8
177.3
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
179.9
183.5
186.2
189.9
192.8
196.6
199.5
203.5
206.5
210.7
218.1
45
46
47
48
49
50
225.7
229.1
233.6
241.8
250.3
254.1
GRAFIEKE
DCS Grafiek
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
017
023
025
026
031
032
036
043
047
050
051
053
054
055
065
071
072
073
074
114
21
22
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24
25
26
27
28
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30
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36
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40
115
116
122
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131
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162
165
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174
205
212
217
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42
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225
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255
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263
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311
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325 82
331 83
332 84
343 85
345 86
346 87
351 88
356 89
364 90
365 91
371 92
411 93
412 94
413 95
423 96
425 97
431 98
432 99
445 100
446
452
454
455
462
464
465
466
503
506
516
523
526
532
534
546
565
606
612
624
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
627
631
632
645
654
662
664
703
712
723
731
732
734
743
754
765
NEEM KENNIS:
N is ‘n positiewe kode. "I" is ‘n negatiewe kode. Daar is 232
DCS groepe in totaal. Die oorstrede merke is nie-standaard
DCS kodes.
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or working in high power will heat the back of the transceiver. Do not
place the transceiver’s hot back close to any surface of plastic.
10.If any abnormal odor or smoke detected coming from the
transceiver, turn off the power and take off the battery pack and its
case. Then contact local RTS dealer.
User Manual Applied to: DV-3400 UHF FM Transceiver
VHF FM Transceiver
Programming Software: RTS3400
NOTE:
When programming the transceiver, read the factory initial data
first, then rewrite the frequency and signaling etc., otherwise
errors may occur because of different frequency band etc.
CONTENTS
UNPACKING.......................................................................................01
Supplied Accessories...................................................................................... 01
STANDARD ACCESSORIES/OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES............... 02
Standard Accessories...................................................................................... 02
Optional Accessories....................................................................................... 02
BATTERY INFORMATION.................................................................. 03
Charging the Battery Pack............................................................................... 03
Charger Applied............................................................................................... 03
NOTES............................................................................................................ 03
How to Store the Battery................................................................................. 04
Emergency Charging....................................................................................... 05
PREPARATION...................................................................................06
Installing / Removing the Battery..................................................................... 06
Installing / Removing the Antenna ................................................................ 06
Installing / Removing the Belt Clip................................................................... 07
Installing the Additional Speaker/ Microphone (Optional)................................ 07
Installing/ Removing the Hand Strap (Optional).............................................. 07
GETTING ACQUAINTED.................................................................... 08
LCD Display Screen........................................................................................ 08
Backlight Status and Voice Prompt................................................................. 11
[PF1] & [PF2] Key Default............................................................................... 11
AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS................................................................... 12
BASIC OPERATIONS......................................................................... 13
Switch on / off the Transceiver........................................................................ 13
Switch on/off the Jacklight............................................................................... 13
Volume Control................................................................................................ 13
Current Channel Enquiry................................................................................. 13
Adjust Frequency............................................................................................. 13
Fast Adjust Frequency..................................................................................... 14
Channels Selection.......................................................................................... 14
Receiving......................................................................................................... 15
Transmitting..................................................................................................... 15
Emergency Alarm Function............................................................................. 16
Keypad Lockout............................................................................................... 16
FUNCTIONS SETUP........................................................................... 17
Basic Functions Setup..................................................................................... 17
CONTENTS
CTCSS/DCS Encode/Decode ........................................................................ 17
CTCSS/DCS Encode/Decode Setup............................................................... 17
Mode Selection................................................................................................ 18
FM Radio ........................................................................................................ 18
Beep Voice Prompt.......................................................................................... 19
Squelch Level Setup........................................................................................ 19
On/Off VOX .................................................................................................... 20
VOX Level Setup............................................................................................. 20
Frequency Step Setup..................................................................................... 20
ADVANCE OPERATIONS.................................................................. 22
Squelch off....................................................................................................... 22
Monitor............................................................................................................. 22
Hi/Low Power Switch....................................................................................... 22
Scan................................................................................................................ 23
Frequency Reverse......................................................................................... 23
Talk Around...................................................................................................... 23
Battery Capacity Enquiry................................................................................. 24
Temporary Deletion of the Interfering Channel . ............................................. 24
BACKGROUND OPERATIONS.......................................................... 25
Wide / Narrow Band Setup.............................................................................. 25
Busy Channel Lockout..................................................................................... 25
Accession to Scan List.................................................................................... 25
Time-out Timer................................................................................................. 25
Time-Out Timer Pre-Alarm............................................................................... 26
Battery Save Setup.......................................................................................... 26
Priority Scan Setup.......................................................................................... 26
Return to Appointed Channel.......................................................................... 26
Programming Software Installing & Starting
(THIS INSTRUCTION TAKES
WINDOWS XP AS AN EXAMPLE)......................................................................................... 28
Resume Factory Default.................................................................................. 29
Maintaining and Cleaning ............................................................................... 29
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS......................................................... 30
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE ......................................................... 32
ATTACHED CHART............................................................................ 34
CTCSS Frequency Chart ............................................................................... 34
DCS Chart....................................................................................................... 35
UNPACKING
Carefully unpack the transceiver. We recommend you identify the
items listed in the table as bellows before discarding the packing
material. If any items are missing or have been damaged during
shipment, please contact local dealers immediately.
Supplied Accessories
Item
Antenna
Li-ion Battery Pack
Battery Charger
AC adaptor
Belt Clip
12V Car charger
Instruction Manual
1
Number
QA07V/QA07U
QB-33L
QBC-33L
QPS-05
BC06
CPL-02
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
STANDARD ACCESSORIES
/OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Standard Accessories
Antenna *
QA07V(136-174MHZ)
QA07U(400-480MHZ) etc.
Belt Clip BC06
Li-ion Battery
Pack)1300mAh
QB-33L
Car Charger CPL-02
Charger
QBC-33L
AC Adaptor
(12V/500mA)
QPS-05
Instruction Manual
Note:
For frequency band of antenna, please refer to label glued on
the bottom of the antenna.
Optional Accessories
USB Programming
Cable PC03
Earphone HS03
Programming Software
QPS3400
Backup Li-ion Battery
Pack (2200mAh)
QB-34L
Hand Strap GS01
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BATTERY INFORMATION
Charging the Battery Pack
The battery pack is not charged at the factory; please charge it
before use.
Charging the battery pack for the first time after purchase
or extended storage (more than 2 moths) may not bring the
battery pack to its normal operating capacity. After fully charging/
discharging cycle for two or three times, the operating capacity
will reach its best performance. The battery pack life is over when
its operating time decreases even though it is fully and correctly
charged. Get a new battery pack.
Charger Applied
Please use the specific charger appointed by our company. Other
models may cause explosion and personal injury. After installing the
battery pack, if the radio displays low battery with red flashing lamp
or voice prompt, please charge the battery.
NOTES
•• Do not short the battery terminals or throw the battery into fire.
Never attempt to remove the casing from the battery pack. We
bear no responsibility on any results caused by modifying the
battery freely without permission of our factory.
•• The ambient temperature should be between 5℃ and 40℃ while
charging is in progress. Charging outside this range may not fully
charge the battery.
•• Always switch OFF the transceiver equipped with a battery pack
before charging. Otherwise, it will interfere with correct charging.
•• To avoid interfering the charging, please do not cut off the power
or take out the battery during charging.
•• Do not recharge the battery pack if it is already fully charged. This
may shorten the life of the battery pack or damage the battery
pack.
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BATTERY INFORMATION
•• Do not charge the battery or transceiver if it is damp. Dry it before
charging to avoid danger.
WARNING:
When keys, ornamental chain or other electric metal make
contact with the battery terminal, the battery may cause
damage or hurt bodies. If the battery terminal short circuit it
will generate a lot of heat, please be careful when you carry
or use the battery, please put battery or radio into insulated
container. Do not put it into metal container.
How to Store the Battery
111If the battery needs to be stored, keep it in status of 50%
discharged.
222It should be kept in low temperature and dry environment.
333Keep it away from hot places and direct sunlight.
WARNING:
· Do not short circuit battery terminals.
· Never attempt to remove the casing from the battery pack.
· Never assemble the battery in dangerous surroundings, spark
may cause explosion.
· Do not put the battery in hot environment or throw it into
fire, it may cause explosion.
■To charge the battery directly or the transceiver via charger
You can charge the battery or transceiver separately.
111Plug the AC adaptor into the AC outlet, and then plug the cable
of the AC adaptor into the DC jack located on the back of the
Charger.
Charging indicator---Green
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BATTERY INFORMATION
Working Indicator
Charging Indicator
Transceiver Charge
Battery Charge
111Plug the Li-ion battery or the transceiver installed with Li-ion
battery into the matched charger.
A. Make sure that the battery is well connected with charging
connectors.
Charging indicator---Red
222Fully charged. Charging indicator--Green.
Note:
It takes approximately 4 hours to fully charge the battery. But,
the actual charging time depends on the battery. After fully
charged, please remember to remove the battery or transceiver
out of charger. Over charging will shorten the battery life and
reduce its performance.
Emergency Charging
Connect the transceiver directly with adaptor
or car charger to charge.
Note:
Please power off the transceiver before
charging the transceiver in this way. Also, it
takes longer time (totally 12hours) to fully
charge the transceiver in this way.
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PREPARATION
Installing / Removing the Battery
■Installing the battery:
Match the battery pack with the corresponding guides on the back
of the transceiver, and push it upwards untill it is fully locked by the
battery latch.
■Removing the battery pack:
Slide up the battery latch and remove the pack away from the
transceiver.
Installing / Removing the Antenna
■Installing the Antenna:
Screw the antenna into the connector on the top
of the transceiver by holding the antenna at its
base and turning it clockwise until secure.
■Removing the Antenna:
Turn the antenna anticlockwise to remove it.
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PREPARATION
Installing / Removing the Belt Clip
■Installing the Belt Clip:
Place the belt clip to the corresponding
grooves on the back of the transceiver, and
then turn the screw clockwise.
■Removing the Belt Clip:
Anticlockwise turn the screws to remove
the belt clip.
Installing the Additional Speaker/ Microphone (Optional)
Unveil the MIC-SP jack cover and then
insert the Speaker/Microphone plug into
MIC-SP jack.
Note: The transceiver is not completely
waterproof while using the Speaker/
Microphone.
Installing/ Removing the Hand Strap (Optional)
Slide the loop of the hand strap through the eyelet on the upper
rear of the transceiver; then pull the entire hand strap through the
loop to secure the hands strap in place and lastly tighten the hands
strap.
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GETTING ACQUAINTED
LCD Display Screen
On the screen, icons for the optional functions are displayed on
the screen. It helps a lot when you forget the functions settings.
TX Power
VOX
Narrow Band
Voice Compander
Transmitting
Keypad
Lockout
Battery
Capacity
DCS
CTCSS
FM Radio
Channel/
Frequency
Code group/Function
status when setting
functions/VFO Frequency
Battery capacity indicator (Full)
Battery flat ,please change battery or recharge
Battery capacity left
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GETTING ACQUAINTED
1
2
3
4
5
10
6
7
11
12
9
8
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GETTING ACQUAINTED
111Antenna
222POWER / VOLUME Switch:
Turn clockwise to switch on the transceiver, and turn anticlockwise
untill hearing "Ka" to switch off the transceiver. After switching on the
transceiver, turn clockwise to increase the volume and anticlockwise to
decrease the volume.
333Jacklight:
under standby state, press this key to Emergency Alarm Key to power
on the jacklight. Repeat same operation to turn off the light.
444Emergency Alarm Key
Under standby state, press this key for 1 second to enable alarm
function. Repeat same operation to exit the alarm status.
555PTT Key
When you are making a call, please press and hold this key to speak
into the microphone. Release the key to receive.
666PF1 Key
It is a programmable key that can realize different functions by
programming.
777PF2 Key
It is a programmable key that can realize different functions by
programming.
Rotate the switch to select desired channel. Rotate it clockwise to
increase channel, anticlockwise to decrease channel.
888
/
Key
After entering the Functions Setup menu, by this key you can adjust
channel or value of functions. Long press to adjust fast. When FM is
on, you can press this key to search radio stations.
999 key
Press this key repeatedly to select desired function to setup. Press
/
key to set desired function value.
this key together with
1111 External MIC/Loudspeaker Jack/ Data jack
1111 Emergency Charging Jack
1111 Belt Clip
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GETTING ACQUAINTED
Backlight Status and Voice Prompt
Warning on low voltage
Receive
Keypad operation
Transceiver emits a low voltage beep
at intervals of 60 seconds, and red
light twinkles.
Backlight lightens all the time
Transceiver emits"DU" when entering
a function menu, "DU DU" to exit any
function.
[PF1] & [PF2] Key Default
Press [PF1]
Press [PF2]
Press [PF1] and hold for
one second
Press [PF2] for one
seconds
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Battery Capacity Enquiry
Squelch off
Call
Hi/Low power switch
AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS
Users can setup the key [PF1] and PF2] to be one of the optional
functions as follows:
•• Squelch off
•• Monitor
•• Hi/Low Power switch
•• Scan
•• Frequency Reverse
•• Talk around
•• Current battery capacity enquiry
•• Call
•• Temporarily delete interrupting channel
For better information on this part, please refer to the "Advanced
Operation" instruction.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
Switch on / off the Transceiver
Switch on the Transceiver: Under power-off state, turn POWER/
VOLUME knob clockwise till hearing "Click" to switch on the
transceiver. The transceiver will announce "Power on" and current
channel.
Switch off the Transceiver: When the transceiver is in the open
state, turn POWER / VOLUME anticlockwise untill hearing "Click" to
switch off the transceiver.
Switch on/off the Jacklight
Under standby state, press the Emergency Alarm Key to switch on
the jacklight. Press the same key to switch off the light.
Volume Control
When the transceiver is in open state, turn POWER / VOLUME
knob to adjust the volume. Turn clockwise to increase the volume,
and anticlockwise to decrease the volume. You can press the
programmed key of squelch off [PF1] / [PF2] to monitor current
volume.
NOTE: You can firstly press the programmed key of squelch off
[PF1] / [PF2] to monitor the background noise and meanwhile
turn POWER / VOLUME to adjust the volume. Under the
communicating state, you can adjust volume as per your need
more accurately.
Current Channel Enquiry
Under Standby state, pressing
announce channel number.
or
, the transceiver will
Adjust Frequency
Under VFO( frequency mode), press
13
repeatedly untill the decimal
BASIC OPERATIONS
dot on the LCD twinkles. Under this state, press
/
to set
desired current frequency. Press
to increase the frequency
value by step,
to decrease the frequency value.
Press [PF1] or [PF2] key to confirm the selected
frequency and exit the frequency setting mode. After
entering the setting mode, if users do not set the
frequency or not exit the mode after adjusting the
frequency, the transceiver will exit the setting mode automatically
after 10seconds.
NOTE:
Under channel mode, this function would be hidden. VFO
function is disabled as factory default. You can enable this
function via programming software.
Fast Adjust Frequency
Under VFO( frequency mode), press
repeatedly untill the
decimal dot on the LCD twinkles. Under this state, press
/
to set desired current frequency. Press
to increase the
frequency value by 1MHZ,
to decrease the frequency value by
1MHZ.Press [PF1] or [PF2] key to confirm the selected frequency
and exit the frequency setting mode. After entering the setting
mode, if users do not set the frequency or not exit the
mode after adjusting the frequency, the transceiver will
exit the setting mode automatically after 10seconds.
NOTE:
Under channel mode, this function would be hidden.This
function is disabled as factory default. You can enable this
function via programming software.
Channel Selection
Under channel mode, to choose the desired channel, firstly, users
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BASIC OPERATIONS
need to press
repeatedly untill the channel number
displayed on the LCD twinkles, secondly, press
or
to up or down the channel number, and then the
transceiver will announce the adjusted channel number. Press
to downward the channel
to upward the channel number and
number. Press any key except
,
to confirm and exit. After
entering the setting mode, if users do not set the frequency or not
exit the mode after adjusting the channel number, the transceiver
will exit the setting mode automatically after 10seconds.
NOTE: When adjusting channel, the transceiver will
automatically skip blank channels which are not edited.
Suppose you want to adjust the channel from NO.1 to NO.2, if
channel NO.2 is blank, the transceiver will skip it and jump to
channel NO.3.
Receiving
Once current channel is called, backlight lightens all the time, and
then you can hear other party calling.
NOTE:
•You may not receive the calling if you set a high squelch off
level of the transceiver.
•If current channel has been programmed with signaling, you
can only hear the call from a same signaling, other calls can’t
be heard.
Transmitting
Be sure that the channel you want to use is not in
busy state through monitoring for a while by pressing
the programmed Squelch off [PF1] / [PF2] key. Under
these conditions, press the [PTT] key and speak
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BASIC OPERATIONS
into microphone. Please keep around 2.5-5cm distance between
microphone and your mouth. And please speak in normal tone to
make the receiver obtain best tone quality.
Note:
Pressing and holding [PTT], if the backlight lightens for
10seconds and goes out afterwards and TX icon displayed on
the LCD, the transceiver is transmitting. Release the PTT to
receive.
Emergency Alarm Function
Press this key for over 3 second to start the Emergency Alarm
Function.
Once this function is started, the transceiver will voice alarm
beep, start transmitting and send the alarm beep to companions
or systems. Restart the power supply to exit the emergency alarm
function.
NOTE:
Factory default: Disabled.
You can enable this function via programming software.
Keypad Lockout
To prevent wrong operation, users can start Keypad Lockout
function to lock
key and
key.
To start Keypad Lockout function, press and hold Emergency
Alarm key while turning on the transceiver, and then release the
key when the transceiver emits "DU". Then, the
LCD displays the icon
. The keys
,
,
will be invalid when this functions is started. Repeat
the above operations to disable the keypad lockout
function with "DU DU" prompt.
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FUNCTIONS SETUP
Basic Functions Setup
1. Press
repeatedly to select desired sub-menu to setup.
2. Press
/
to set desired function value.
3. Press [PF1] or [PF2] to save and exit.
CTCSS/DCS Encode/Decode
When the transceiver is edited with this function, only when
CTCSS/DCS signaling is received can the transceiver hear the
calling of the other party. Transceivers that have matched CTCSS/
DCS or do not setup with any signaling can hear your call.
untill "UF" icon is displayed on
111Repeatedly press
the LCD.
222Press
/
to select CTCSS/DCS encode/
decode or disable this function.
When selecting CTCSS encode/decode, "CT" on the
LCD twinkles.
When selecting DCS positive encode/decode, "DTN"
on the LCD twinkles.
When selecting DCS invert encode/decode, "DTI" on
the LCD twinkles.
When switching off this function, "OFF" on the LCD
twinkles.
333Press [PF1] or [PF2] to save and exit.
NOTE:
To manually set this function, users need to activate this
function via programming software firstly.
CTCSS/DCS Encode/Decode Setup
111Repeatedly press
LCD.
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till CT/DT and CTCSS/DCS twinkles on the
FUNCTIONS SETUP
111Press
/
to select desired CTCSS/DCS
decode.
CTCSS: 67-254.1H, totally 50 groups. Default:
67HZ.
DCS: 017N-765I, totally 232 groups. "N" on the LCD
means positive code. "I" on the LCD means inverse
code. Default: 017N
222Press [PF1] or [PF2] to save and back to standby
state.
NOTE:
The icon "N" or "L" will hide when CTCSS/DCS encode/decode
function is closed.
Mode Selection
There are two modes for option, VFO (frequency mode) and
Channel mode.
repeatedly till "UFO"
111Under standby state, press
on the LCD twinkles.
222Press
/
to select desired mode.
OFF: Channel mode
ON: Frequency mode
333Press [PF1]/[PF2] to exit.
NOTE:
To manually set the VFO ON/OFF, users need to enable this
function via programming software firstly.
FM Radio
111Press
repeatedly till "FM" on the LCD twinkles.
222Press
/
to on/off the FM radio function.
ON: turn on FM radio
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FUNCTIONS SETUP
OFF: turn off FM radio function (reset the transceiver
when FM radio is on can also turn this function off)
333Press [PF1] or [PF2] to exit.
NOTE:
to search FM
When FM radio function is on, press
/
radio station and announce current channel number. When
a certain radio station is detected, the radio will rest on the
station. The radio can transmit or receive when FM radio is
on.
Beep Voice Prompt
111Press
repeatedly untill "BEP" on the LCD twinkles.
222Press
/
to on/off the BEEP voice prompt
function.
ON: turn on the BEEP voice prompt.
OFF: turn off the BEEP voice prompt.
333Press [PF2] or [PF2] to exit.
Squelch Level Setup
This function is used to setup the receiving signal intensity. If the
receiving signal intensity reaches a certain level, you can hear the
other party calling, otherwise transceiver will remain mute.
111Press
repeatedly untill "SQ" on the LCD twinkles.
222Press
/
to select desired squelch level.
Totally 10 levels for option: OFF, 1-9 grade
333Press [PF1] or [PF2] to exit.
NOTE:
To manually set this function, users need to enable this
function via programming software firstly.
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FUNCTIONS SETUP
On/Off VOX
When this function is enabled, you can begin transmitting by fitted
high voice, no needing to press the [PTT] key.
111 Press
repeatedly untill "VOX" on the LCD twinkles.
222Press
/
to on/off VOX function.
ON: turn on VOX function
OFF: turn off VOX function
333Press [PF1] or [PF2] to exit.
NOTE:
To manually set this function, users need to enable this
function via programming software firstly, otherwise this
option will hide. Reset the transceiver, the VOX function will
automatically be closed.
VOX Level Setup
This function is used to set the volume needed to transmit. The
higher the level is the louder voice it needs to transmit.
111Press
repeatedly untill "VOX" and current VOX grade on the
LCD twinkles.
222Press
key or
to select desired VOX level.
9 levels for option: 1-9 grades
333Press [PF1] or [PF2] to exit.
Note:
To set desired VOX level, users need to enable the VOX
function by programming software in advance; otherwise, this
option will hide.
Frequency Step Setup
This function is valid when the radio is in VFO mode and invalid in
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FUNCTIONS SETUP
channel mode. Under VFO mode, users can upward or downward
the frequency by frequency step.
111Under standby state, Press
repeatedly till "STP" icon and
current value of frequency step are displayed on the LCD.
222Press
/
to select desired value. There are
five options: 5k, 6.25k, 10k, 12.5k and 25k.
333Press [PF1] or [PF2] to exit.
NOTE:
This function is invalid under channel mode.
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ADVANCE OPERATIONS
[PF1] and [PF2] are programmable, which can realize certain
functions as bellow via programming software.
NOTE:
To start the function programmed on the [PF1]-1s or [PF2]1s, users need to press and hold [PF1] or [PF2] untill the
transceiver voice "DU" and then release.
Repeat the above operation to turn off the programmed
function.
Squelch off
Under the standby state, pressing the programmed key of Squelch
off [PF1] / [PF2], the squelch circuit is not mute and at present you
can hear the background noise. Press this key again, the squelch
circuit becomes mute. By using this function you can monitor the
weaker signal which is hard to receive. Meanwhile, LCD will display
current signal intensity.
Monitor
Pressing the programmed key of Monitor [PF1] / [PF2], the
transceiver emits "Du" beep and then comes into the monitor state.
Under these conditions, transceiver will ignore CTCSS / DCS
decode and monitor signal of the other party as long as receiving
the matched carrier wave. Press this key again, transceiver emits
"Du Du" beep and exits the monitor state.
Hi/Low Power Switch
Pressing the programmed key of Monitor [PF1] / [PF2], the
transceiver emits "Du" beep and then announces current power
state. If "HI" is selected, current channel transmits
at high power. If "Low" is selected, current channel
transmits at low power.
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ADVANCE OPERATIONS
"H" icon on the LCD means high power.
"L" icon on the LCD means low power 2.
Scan
Scan function can be used to monitor every channel.
Under the standby state, pressing the programmed "Scan" key,
transceiver emits "Du" beep and comes into scan state. It scans
channels in scan list one by one. When one channel receives a
matched signal, the transceiver temporarily stays in this channel
untill the signal disappears. Then press Scan key again, transceiver
emits "Du Du" beep, exits scan and switches the working channel to
returned channel which is programmed by users in advance (Please
refer to returned channel in the programming software.).
Frequency Reverse
Under the standby state, pressing the programmed key of
Frequency Reverse, transceiver emits "Du" beep and then comes
into Frequency Reverse state. After that, the current channel RX
frequency will be switched to TX frequency, and the CTCSS or DCS
signal which has been setup will be also switched. Pressing this key
again, the transceiver exits frequency reverse function with "Du Du"
beep.
Talk Around
Under the standby state, pressing the programmed key of Talk
Around, transceiver emits "Du" beep and then the current channel
comes into Talk Around state. Under these conditions, transceiver
will transmit by receiving frequency. Also, the setting code (CTCSS/
DCS) will interchange encoding signaling as decoding signaling.
Pressing this key again, the transceiver exits talk around function
with "DU DU" beep.
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ADVANCE OPERATIONS
Note:
Under the talk around state, the transceiver can not
communicate with other transceivers via repeaters.
Battery Capacity Enquiry
Pressing the programmed "Battery Capacity Enquiry", the
transceiver will announce current battery capacity. There are 10
grades in total. Grade 10th means full battery capacity.
When the battery state is grade 1th(6.1V), the LED lights red. The
transceiver will voice prompt users to charge timely and also enter
automatically the state of no transmission.
Temporary Deletion of the Interfering Channel
This function can temporarily delete the interfering channel or
occupied channel from scan list. When scan rests on one channel,
pressing the programmed key of Temporary Deletion of the
Interfering Channel, transceiver emits "Du" beep and temporarily
deletes this channel from scan list. But the priority channels cannot
be temporarily deleted. If only one or two channels are in scan list,
this operation is not available. Restart the transceiver to add the
temporarily deleted channels into scan list again.
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BACKGROUND OPERATIONS
Wide / Narrow Band Setup
On the basis of national conditions, users can set channel spacing
as 25K (wide band) or 12.5K (narrow band) to communicate on the
transceiver by programming software.
This transceiver can realize 25K (wide band), and 12.5K (narrow
band) etc as communication way.
NOTE:
"N" on LCD indicates narrow band. Otherwise it is wide band.
Busy Channel Lockout
When BCL function is enabled, you can not transmit in busy
channel. BCL prevents you from interfering with other parties who is
using the same frequency point that you select. Under this condition,
if you press the [PTT] to transmit, the transceiver will emit beep
prompt and return to receiving mode.
Users can set Busy Channel Lockout mode by programming
software.
111Repeater: Repeat lockout, transmitting is inhibited when current
channel receives a matched carrier with different CTCSS/DCS.
222Carrier wave: Carrier busy lockout, transmitting is inhibited when
current channel receives a matched carrier wave
333Close: BCL disabled, you can do transmission under whatever
receiving state.
Accession to Scan List
Via programming software, users can choose whether to add
current channel into scan list. If current channel is not in the scan
list, the transceiver will skip this channel when scanning.
Time-out Timer
The purpose of the Time-out Timer is to prevent any caller from
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BACKGROUND OPERATIONS
using a channel for an extended period of time. If you continuously
transmit for a period of time that exceeds the programmed time set
in advance, the transceiver will stop transmitting with voice prompt.
Users can set TOT timer by programming software.
Time-Out Timer Pre-Alarm
The Time-Out Timer Pre-Alarm is to alarm users that overtime
transmission is pending.
Users can program desired TOT Pre-Alarm time by programming
software.
Battery Save Setup
When this function is enabled, the transceiver can efficiently
reduce battery consumption. The transceiver will automatically
switch on Battery Save Function when not receiving any signal
or making any operations. But when the transceiver receives a
matched signal or make operations, it will automatically exit this
function.
Priority Scan Setup
There are two priority-channel settings of this transceiver,
"fixed" and "selected". Users can set the desired priority scan by
programming software. If transceiver sets priority scan, under
scanning and receiving no signal, it will scan every channel and
also test priority channel at a time. When the non-priority channel
receives a signal, it will test priority channel according to flyback
time "A" and flyback time "B" setup by users.
Return to Appointed Channel
During scan process, press [PTT] key to transmit or stop
scanning, then the transceiver will return to appointed channel.
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BACKGROUND OPERATIONS
This transceiver is setup with different ways to return to appointed
channel. Users can choose the desired way by programming
software.
NOTE:
Users can set the basic and advanced operations via
programming software.
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Programming Software Installing & Starting
(THIS INSTRUCTION TAKES WINDOWS XP AS AN EXAMPLE)
111Double-click "RTS3400 SETUP.
EXE", and then install the software
as per computer instructions.
222Click "START" menu, select and
click "USB TO COMPORT" in the
"RTS3400" program from "ALL
PROGRAM"and then install the
driver system of USB programming
(picture 1)
cable.
333Connect the optional cable PC03
to the USB port in PC device and
connect the transceiver with the
other end of cable.
444Double click "RTS3400" setup
short-cut icon or click "START"
menu to choose RTS3400 entry in
the RTS3400 program from "ALL
(picture 2)
PROGRAMS" menu. (Refer to
picture 1)
555As per computer command, choose serial port "COM Port " firstly ,
then click OK to start programming software.
TIPS:
In one individual computer, users need to choose different COM Port
number when USB cable is connected with different USB port.
To program frequency, power on the transceiver firstly. Do not power
on/off the transceiver when it is connected with computer. Otherwise,
the transceiver can not read or write frequency well.
NOTE: The programming software of this transceiver has
identifying system. Therefore, when you start programming
software at the first time, you should connect the transceiver
and then you can run the software, otherwise the software
cannot be run.
The supplied software applies to Windows 7,Windows XP, etc.
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Programming Software Installing & Starting
(THIS INSTRUCTION TAKES WINDOWS XP AS AN EXAMPLE)
Resume Factory Default
Once transceiver works abnormally for wrong operations or wrong
programming, users can start this function to resume all functions
and channels as Factory Default.
Press [PTT] and [PF1] key synchronously to switch on transceiver.
Holding the two keys for more than 1 second, the transceiver will
resume Factory Default after announcing current channel number.
Maintaining and Cleaning
Cover the jack with its rubber cover when the transceiver is not at
use. After long-time use of the transceiver, keys, control buttons and
housing would become dirty. Then, neutral detergent (no corrosive
chemical agent) and wet cloth can be used to clean them.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Frequency Range*
Channel Capacity
Channel Spacing
Phase-locked Step
Operating Voltage
Battery Life
Frequency Stability
Operating Temperature
Size
Weight
General
UHF: 400-480MHZ
VHF: 136-174MHZ
128 channels
25KHz (Wide Band)
12.5KHz (Narrow Band)
5KHz, 6.25KHz
7.4 DC ±20%
More than 12 Hours (1300mAh), by 5-5-90
work cycle
±2.5ppm
-20~ +55℃
195×56×30mm (with battery pack, no
antenna)
185 g (with battery pack, no antenna)
Receiving Part
Wide band
Narrow band
Sensitivity(12dB SINAD) ≤0.25μV
≤0.35μV
Adjacent Channel
≥65dB
≥65dB
Selectivity
Intermodulation
≥62dB
≥62dB
Spurious Rejection
≥80dB
≥80dB
Audio Response
6dB / per interval
66dB / per interval
Hum & Noise
≥52dB
≥48dB
Audio Distortion
≤5%
Audio Power Output
500mW (at 10%)
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Transmitting Part
Wide band
Power Output
Modulation
16KΦF3E
Adjacent Channel
Hum & Noise
Spurious Emission
Audio Response
Audio Distortion
≥65dB
≥48dB
≤-36dB
6dB / per interval
Narrow band
5W/1W
11KΦF3E
≥65dB
≥40dB
≤-36dB
6dB / per interval
≤5%
Note:
RTS reserves the right to amend specifications as needed for
better performance.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
No power.
Battery power dies
shortly after correctly
charging.
Transceiver cannot scan
All band noisy after
programmed or green
light always lightens
No sound after using
radio for a while
Communication distance
becomes short, and it is
low sensitivity
Cannot talk to or hear
other members in your
group
Corrective Action
A.The battery pack may be exhausting.
Recharge or replace the battery pack.
B.The battery pack may not be installed
correctly. Remove the battery pack and
install it again.
C.The power switch is broken; send it to
local dealers to repair.
D.Battery contact is broken; send it to
local dealers to repair.
The battery pack life is exhastec. Replace
the battery pack with a new one.
The channels are not in scan list. (Please
check scan list.)
Turn on squelch when programmed. Nonprofessionals are advised not to adjust
this function.
Earphone jack is broken. (Please contact
with local dealers to repair it.)
A.Check whether the antenna is in good
condition and the antenna base did not
come adrift.
B.Whether it has set in low power output.
(Please contact with local dealers to
repair it.)
A. Different frequency or channel, please
change it.
B. Different CTCSS / DCS please reset it.
C. Out of communication range.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
Can not swich on or
frequently swich-off
The other party gets low
or intermittent receiving
audio
Intermittent receiving
with big noise.
Loudspeaker become
lower or with "ka ka"
sound after using a
certain time
Receive audio from the
other party but can not
transmit
Receiving indicating
LED (green light)
lightens but no sound
Can not adjust channels
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Check whether the battery contact is out
of order or broken.
Check weather the MIC is blocked.
(Otherwise, please contact with local
dealers to repair it.)
Out of communication range or obstruct
by tall buildings or in basement and so
on.
Check whether the loudspeaker net is
broken. Iron powder or sundries is in the
loudspeaker. (Please contact with local
dealers to repair it.)
Check [PTT] key. (Please contact with
local dealers to repair it.)
A.Low volume, please turn on clockwise.
B.L o u d s p e a k e r i s b r o k e n . ( P l e a s e
contact with local dealers to repair it.)
C.E arphone jack is broken. (Please
contact with local dealers to repair it.)
D.Volume switch is broken. (Please
contact with local dealers to repair it.)
Keypad locked. (Please refer to
"keyboard locked" on page 16th to close
the Keypad lockout function.)
ATTACHED CHART
CTCSS Frequency Chart
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
67.0
69.3
71.9
74.4
77.0
79.7
82.5
85.4
88.5
91.5
94.8
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
97.4
100.0
103.5
107.2
110.9
114.8
118.8
123.0
127.3
131.8
136.5
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
141.3
146.2
151.4
156.7
159.8
162.2
165.5
167.9
171.3
173.8
177.3
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
179.9
183.5
186.2
189.9
192.8
196.6
199.5
203.5
206.5
210.7
218.1
45
46
47
48
49
50
225.7
229.1
233.6
241.8
250.3
254.1
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ATTACHED CHART
DCS Chart
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
017
023
025
026
031
032
036
043
047
050
051
053
054
055
065
071
072
073
074
114
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
115
116
122
125
131
132
134
135
143
145
152
155
156
162
165
172
174
205
212
217
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
223
225
226
243
244
245
246
251
252
254
255
261
263
265
266
271
274
305
306
311
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
315 81
325 82
331 83
332 84
343 85
345 86
346 87
351 88
356 89
364 90
365 91
371 92
411 93
412 94
413 95
423 96
425 97
431 98
432 99
445 100
446
452
454
455
462
464
465
466
503
506
516
523
526
532
534
546
565
606
612
624
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
627
631
632
645
654
662
664
703
712
723
731
732
734
743
754
765
NOTE:
N is positive code. "I" is negative code. There are 232 groups of DCS
in total. The overstriking marks are non-standard DCS.
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