Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement w certified typical handheld two-way radios were under mobile usage condition This equipment has been tested and fo ound to comply with the limits for a Class B digittal device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These T limits are designed to provide reasonab ble protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates g uses and can radiate radio frequency energy en and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interferrence to radio communications. However, there is i no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does d cause harmful interference to radio or tel elevision reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is en ncouraged to try to correct the interference by one e of the following measures: (i.e. keep 20cm away from the user us body) and use of such radio closer than 20ccm may exceed the US RF exposure limit and shall be avoided. - Reorient or relocate the receiving anten enna. - Increase the separation between the equipment e and receiver. - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the re eceiver is connected. - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help. FCC Caution: Any changes or modificcations not expressly approved by the party respo onsible for compliance could void the user's au uthority to operate this equipment. This device complies with Part 15 of the e FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the follow wing two conditions: (1) This device may not caus use harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept a any interference received, including interfere ence that may cause undesired operation. This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontro olled environment. To maintain compliance with w FCC RF exposure compliance requirements,, please avoid direct contact to the transmitting antenna a during transmitting Mobility Sound BT-PTT2 PTT2 PUSH-TO-TALK USER GUIDE For use with Mobility Sound wireless eless Bluetooth Adapters (Sold Separately) The Mobility Sound BT- PTT2 allow ws you to Pushto- Talk wirelessly over your two-- way radio when using with a Mobility Sound Adaptter and a compatible wireless headset. This manual m applie lies to the Mobility Sound BT-PTT T2 Push--to- Talk transmitter The Mobility Sound BT- PTT T2 works with alll Mobility Sound Bluetooth Audio Adapters. Mobility Sound BT T- PTT2 Model No.: BT- PTT2 PT Made in Taiwa wan es are the All other product or service name property of their respective owne ers. RF Exposure Warning! Please keep product 20cm away from your y body or bystander during the radio operation n. The © 2014 Mobility Sound Technology Ltd,, All Rights Reserved Controls and connection PTT button When paired with Mobility Sound Audio Adapter and headset, this button functions as a Push-to-talk, when this button is press, will cause the radio to transmit. Power button, long press to turn BT-PTT2 on and off. LED indicator Messages the status of BT-PTT2 Dust cover Used to cover the USB port when BT-PTT2 is not being charged. USB Charge Port Is used to connect to power for charging Clothing Clip This 360°° rotating clip can be used to secure the BT-PTT2 to user’s clothing or any other convenient location. QUICK START 1. 2. 3. 4. Charge the Mobility Sound BT- PTT2 Pair the Mobility Sound Adapter with a wireless headset Pair the Mobility Sound BT- PTT2 with the Mobility Sound Audio Adapter Test and Use. OPTIONAL CHARGER Universal Wall Charger with USB interface STEP ONE: Charging the Mobility Sound BT-PTT2 The Mobility Sound BT- PTT2 has an in nternal Lithium- ion rechargeable battery pack which w must be charged prior to operation, and must be recharged regularly. A fully charged battery should provide more than 12 hours of operation befo ore needing to be recharged. To charge the Mobility Sound BT-PTT2: PTT2: Ensure the Mobility Sound BT- PTT T2 is turned off, using the power button located ed on the side of the device. Plug the USB charge port on the bottom of the BT- PTT2 into any powered USB connector. You will first need to remove the prote ective rubber dust cover. (To prevent dust and moisture m from damaging your BT- PTT2, always ensure this cover is in place when you are not charging the device). When charging, the LED on the BTB PTT2 will show a solid blue light. When the de evice is done charging, the LED light will turn off. o The Mobility Sound BT- PTT2 takes es approximately 4.5 hours to charge. Actual cha arge time will vary depending on several factorss including the battery’s charge state, condition,, and age. Charging Cautions: Use only a POWERED USB port for charging Non- powered ports (such as on a USB hub) will NOT work. Do not use a wall charger that app ppears to be damaged. (Example: frayed wires, melted plastic, etc.) Do not tamper with or modify the Mobility Sound BT- PTT2 or the charger. Always turn OFF the power when hen charging the Mobility Sound BT- PTT2. Pairing With an Audio Accessory STEP TWO: Pairing MOBILITYSOUND Audio Adapter, Wireless Headset, and BT-PTT2 In order to operate, the MOBILITYSOUND BT- PTT2 must be paired to a MOBILITYSOUND Adapter). However, The MOBILITYSOUND Adapter must first be paired to a wireless Bluetooth headset. To pair these devices, follow this procedure: Pairing the MOBILITYSOUND Adapter and Bluetooth Headset The MOBILITYSOUND Adapter (some models will need a charged battery inside) must be connected to a compatible radio. Ensure the two- way radio, Bluetooth headset, and MOBILITYSOUND BT- PTT2 are all powered off. Place the MOBILITYSOUND Adapter in Audio Accessory Pairing mode. On most adapters, this is done by holding down the PTT button on the MOBILITYSOUND Adapter first then turn on the 2-way radio’s power. Continue to hold the PTT button down for approximately three seconds. until the status LED flashes two times per second. The MOBILITYSOUND Adapter is now in audio accessory pairing mode. Activate the pairing mode on your Bluetooth headset by following the instructions provided by the headset’s manufacturer. Once the wireless audio accessory and MOBILITYSOUND Adapter are paired with each other, the status LED on the MOBILITYSOUND Adapter will show a constant blue light for three seconds. Once the headset and MOBILITYSOUND Adapter have been successfully paired, turn off the two- way radio and Bluetooth headset and wait at least three seconds. Pairing the MOBILITYSOUND Audio Adapter and MOBILITYSOUND BT-PTT2 Holding down the PTT button on the MOBILITYSOUND Adapter then turn on the 2-way radio. Continue to hold the PTT button down for approximately three seconds. Release the PTT button when the status LED flashes two times per second. Press and release the PTT button again. The LED should now flash three times per second, indicating that the MOBILITYSOUND Audio Adapter is now in PTT pairing mode. Place the MOBILITYSOUND BT- PTT2 in pairing mode, first make sure BT-PTT2 is in power off status, then holding down the Push- To- Talk and power buttons on the side of the device simultaneously and continue to hold down both the buttons about 3 seconds until the LED indicator on the MOBILITYSOUND BT- PTT2 shows two blue flashes every second. You can then release the Push- to- Talk and power buttons. The MOBILITYSOUND BT- PTT2 is now in pairing mode. Once the MOBILITYSOUND Audio Adapter and MOBILITYSOUND BT- PTT2 are paired with each other, the status LED on the MOBILITYSOUND Audio Adapter will show a constant blue light for three seconds and the LED on the PTT will show one blue flash every six seconds. If the MOBILITYSOUND Audio Adapter or MOBILITYSOUND BT- PTT2 does not detect a compatible wireless accessory within 60 seconds of being put into pairing mode, the devices will exit the pairing mode and resume normal operation. After pairing is successful, turn off the MOBILITYSOUND BT- PTT2 and the two- way radio that the MOBILITYSOUND Audio Adapter is attached. Wait at least three seconds. Testing and Using the MOBILITYSOUND BT-PTT2 BT STEP THREE:: Testing and Using the MOBILITYSOUND BT-PTT2 After the Bluetooth headset, MOBILITYSOUND Audio Adapter and MOBILITYSOUND BT- PTT2 have been paired with each oth her you can test and use them together: Turn on the two- way radio which MOBILITYSOUND Audio Adapter is connected ed to. Turn on the Bluetooth headset.. Within a few seconds the LED indicator on the he MOBILITYSOUND Audio Adaptter should show a long flash, indicating the Blue etooth headset and MOBILITYSOUND Audio Adapter A are connected. Turn on the MOBILITYSOUND BTB PTT2. The LED indicator on the MOBILITYSOUND BT- PTT2 will flash rapidly. Within a few seconds the LED indicator will show one blue fla ash per second, indicating that it is connected wirelessly w to the MOBILITYSOUND Audio Adapte er. You will now be able to operate e using the wireless accessories. Pressing the PushP to- Talk button on the MOBILITYSOUND BT- PTT2 will trigger the two- way radio to star t transmitting. Transmitted audio will be picked ed up by the Bluetooth headset. Received signals ls will also be heard through the Bluetooth he eadset’s earphone. STATUS LED MESSAGES The meanings of the various LED messages shown by the MobilitySound BT-PTT2 are shown on the following table LED INDICATION MEANING No indication Device is powered off Two Blue flashes every second Pairing mode One Blue flashes every 6 seonds Bluetooth connected Continuous solid red PTT button pressed Repeated rapid blue flash Bluetooth link lost One blue flashes every second Battery low Continuous solid blue(when connected charging) Device is in charging No indication (when connected charging) Device charging completed SPECIFICATION SPECIFICATION Operating Temperature -20 ℃ to 50 ℃ Storage Temperature -40 ℃ to 80 ℃ Size 65mm(H) x 30mm(W) x 17mm(D) Weight 25 grams Bluetooth version Fully qualified Bluetooth 2.1 Chip set CSR BC5 + 16MB external flash Receiver sensitivity -82 dbm (typical) Bluetooth power class Class 2 Maximum range 10 meters Display Two-color LED Bluetooth profile support SPP(Serial Port Profile) DC input 5V DC Current Draw 16mA(average), 20mA(maximum) Battery 240mAh Lithium-ON Charging type USB Troubleshooting My MobilitySound BT-PTT2 will not pair with the MobilitySound Adapter. Follow the instructions to place the Mobility Sound Adapter into the correct pairing mode and then activate the pairing mode on the Mobility Sound BT- PTT2. Make sure that the Mobility Sound Adapter and PTT are within one meter of each other. Make sure that all other nearby Bluetooth devices are turned off. These devices can interfere with the pairing process. My Mobility Sound BT-PTT2 worked fine before, but is not working now. Ensure that your Mobility Sound BT- PTT2 has a fully charged battery and is turned on. Ensure that the Bluetooth headset is powered on and paired with the Mobility Sound Adapter. If the devices will still do not work, re- pair the Mobility Sound Adapter, Bluetooth Headset, and Mobility Sound BT- PTT. SUPPORT AND WARRANTY Mobility Sound Technology Ltd., warrants this product against defects in materials or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of retail purchase. Mobility Sound will repair or replace a defective unit, at our option, without charge for parts or labor. The limited warranty is extended only to the original purchaser. It does not cover damage or failure caused by or attributable to Acts of God, abuse, misuse, improper or abnormal usage, faulty installation, improper maintenance, lightning, or other incidences of excessive voltage, or any tampering or repairs by other than a Mobility Sound Technology Ltd authorized repair facility. It does not cover replacement of consumable parts, transportation costs, or damage in transit. Repair or replacement under the terms of this warranty does not extend the terms of this warranty. This warranty can only be modified by an officer of Mobility Sound, and then only in writing. Should this product prove defective in workmanship or material, the consumer’s sole remedies shall be such repair or replacement as provided by the terms of this warranty. Under no circumstances shall Mobility Sound be liable for any loss or damage, direct, consequential, or incidental, arising out of the use of or inability to use this product. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusions or limitations of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. For support or warranty service on your Mobility Sound product, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us on the web at w w w . m o b i l i t ys o u n d . c o m COPYRIGHT AND TRADEMARK INFO © 2014 Mobility Sound Technology Ltd., All rights reserved. DISCLAIMER: The Bluetooth wireless link used by Mobility Sound products is an open standard, unsecured technology. As such, it is not recommended for first- responder or other mission critical users.
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