INSTRUCTION MANUAL
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
PT2208/3208
FM HANDHELD TRANSCEIVER
NOTE
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
PT2208/3208
FM HANDHELD TRANSCEIVER
We are grateful you have chosen
for your land
mobile application. We believe this easy to use radio will
provide dependable communication to keep personal
operating at peak efficiency.
radio incorporates the latest and advanced
technology, so you will be pleased with this product quality and
features.
PRECAUTIONS
Please observe the following precautions to prevent fire,
personal injury, and radio damage.
Do not operate your radio while taking on fuel, or being
charged.
Do not expose the radio for a long period to direct sunlight,
nor place the radio close to heating appliances.
Do not place the radio in excessively dusty areas, humid
areas or on unstable surfaces.
Do not modify this radio for any reason.
Refer service to qualified licensed or certificated
technicians only.
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CAUTION:
Before using your portable 2-way radio , read this important
RF energy awareness and control information and operational
instructions to ensure for compliance with the FCC's RF exposure
guidelines.
This radio is intended for use in occupational / controlled
conditions, where users have full knowledge of their exposure and
can exercise control over their exposure to meet FCC limits. This
radio device is NOT authorized for general population, consumer,
or any other use.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures:
--Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
--Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
--Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
--Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for
help.
CONTENTS
UNPACKING AND CHECKING EQUIPMENT..............................................1
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES.........................................................................1
PREPARATION............................................................................................2
CHARGING THE BATTERY PACK............................................................2
INSTALLING /REMOVING THE BATTERY PACK.....................................3
INSTALLING THE ANTENNA ....................................................................4
INSTALLING THE COVER OVER THE SPEAKER/MICROPHONE JACKS.....4
UNPACKING AND CHECKING EQUIPMENT
Carefully unpack the radio. We recommend that you
identify the items listed in the following table before discarding the packing material. If any damage has occurred
during shipment, file a claim with the carrier immediately .
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
INSTALLING THE OPTIONAL SPEAKER/MICROPHONE.......................4
ITEM
QUANTITY
INSTALLING /REMOVING THE BELT CLIP .............................................5
Antenna
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GETTING ACQUAINTED............................................................................6
Wrist loop
Belt clip
Battery
Charger
Adaptor
Manual instruction
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BASIC OPERATION ...................................................................................7
SCAN FUNCTION ......................................................................................8
START SCAN............................................................................................8
END SCAN................................................................................................8
REMARKS...............................................................................................10
AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS..........................................................................10
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TIME-OUT-TIMER...................................................................................10
TOT PRE-ALERT....................................................................................11
TOT REKEY TIME..................................................................................11
TOT RESET TIME...................................................................................11
BATTERY SAVING..................................................................................12
LOW BATTERY WARNING ....................................................................12
MONITOR................................................................................................12
Antenna
Adaptor
Belt clip
Charger
Wrist loop
Battery
CTCSS & DCS.........................................................................................13
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE ...............................................................14
STANDARD SPECIFICATION...................................................................15
SETTINGS.................................................................................................15
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY...........................................................18
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PREPARATION
CHARGING THE BATTERY PACK
* Please do not charge the battery again if it is charged fully,
otherwise, the life of the battery will be shortened or it will be
damaged.
Connect the AC adaptor with charger
properly, and then plug the adaptor into
right electrical outlet, after that , the
indicative light turns green.
INSTALLING /REMOVING THE BATTERY PACK
Match the four grooves of the
battery pack with the corresponding
guides on the back of the radio.
Plug the uncharged battery or radio
into charger, the indicative light turns red
or flashes, then the charger gets in the
state of charging automatically, and the
time of charging depends on the battery
capacity. When it is fully charged, then the
indicative light turns green.
Slide the battery pack along the
back of the radio until the release
latch on the base of the radio locks.
To remove the battery pack, pull
back on the release latch and slide
the pack away from the radio.
Notice:
* The battery is not charged in the factory, and please
charge it before using.
* The charger will stop charging and the indicative light
turns yellow if the charger detects the battery is damaged or
the temperature of the battery is very high (if the temperature
is over 50
for Ni-MH battery, and it is over 45 for Li-ion
battery).
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Notice:
*
Don't dispose exhausted batteries in the household waste. Bring
back such batteries to your dealer or bring the exhausted batteries to
a special disposal service.
Don't take down the crust of the battery by yourself.
*
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INSTALLING THE ANTENNA
Screw the antenna into the
connector on the top of the radio by
holding the antenna at its base and
turning it clockwise until secure.
INSTALLING THE COVER OVER
THE SPEAKER /MICROPHONE
JACKS
If you don't use the speaker/microphone, install the cover over the jacks
with the supplied 3x6mm screw.
Notice
The cover enclosed must be installed
on the speaker/microphone jacks with
the supplied 3x6mm screw in order to
make the radio waterproof.
INSTALLING THE OPTIONAL
SPEAKER /MICROPHONE
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Insert the speaker/microphone
plug into the speaker/microphone
jacks. Attach the locking bracket with
the supplied 3x6mm screw.
Notice:
The radio will be not waterproof
completely when the speaker /microphone outside is used.
INSTALLING /REMOVING
THE BELT CLIP
To install the belt clip, match its
guides with the corresponding
grooves on the back of the battery
pack, then press the belt clip
downwards to lock it in place.
To remove the belt clip, use your
nail or a tool to lift the metal spring
piece in the belt clip from the
topside, and then pull the belt clip
away from the radio.
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GETTING ACQUAINTED
1. INDICATOR LIGHT
LED Lights red while transmitting; lights green while
receiving a signal; flashes red when the battery voltage is low
while transmitting.
5. MONITOR BUTTON
Press the button for closing the SQUELCH, and release
or open.
6. MIC-SP JACKS
If desired, connect a speaker/microphone here.
BASIC OPERATION
Switch on:
Switch on the radio by turning the Power
/Volume control clockwise till a click is heard,
then the radio will be in the state of stand by.
2. CHANNEL SELECTOR
Rotate to select channel 1-16.
3. POWER /VOLUME SWITCH
Turn clockwise to switch ON the radio; To switch OFF the
radio, turn counterclockwise until a click sounds; Rotate to
adjust the volume level.
4. PTT (push-to -talk)
To make a call, press and hold the PTT button , then
speak into the microphone with normal voice. Release the
PTT to receive.
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Adjusting volume:
To adjust volume, turn the POWER/VOLUME
control, while using MONI to listen to channel
background noise.
Selecting channel :
Rotate the channel selector to select
channels.
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Transmitting:
To make a call, press PTT, and speak in
normal voice, please hold the microphone 1.5
inches away from your mouth.
Receiving :
When releasing PTT, and adjusting the volume
properly, you will hear the calling from the speaker.
SCAN FUNCTION
(This function may be prohibited by local dealer )
START SCAN
While switch to channel 16, the radio will begin to scan,
and pause after receiving signals.
END SCAN
While switch to channel 1-15, the scan will be stopped.
Introduction :
1. Dealers can set the following two ways to restart the
scan after its pausing :
1) Time -control :
The radio will restart the scan after pausing for some time
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while receiving signals. The pausing time can be preset from
0.5 to 5 seconds.
2) Carrier wave control :
The radio will pause the scan after receiving signals and
will restart the scan for 3 seconds after the signals disappear.
2. The working channel of the radio will return to the
following channels automatically by pressing PTT during the
scan. The dealer can select one among the following four
ways.
1) Selected channel:
When pressing PTT during the scan, the radio will always
transmit from the first channel of the scanning list.
2) Selected channel or currently working channel:
If pressing PTT during scanning, the radio will transmit
from the first channel in the scanning list. If pressing PTT
during the scan pausing, the radio will transmit from current
channel.
3) Prior channel:
The radio will always send signals from the prior channel
in the scan list when pressing PTT.
4) Prior channel or currently working channel:
When the radio is scanning, it will send signals from the
prior channel in the scanning list by pressing PTT. During the
pause of scan, the radio will transmit from current channel by
pressing PTT.
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REMARKS:
The above mentioned currently working channel means
the channel in which the radio holds on under the following
four conditions.
1) Before restarting the scan after receiving the signals,
the radio still stay in current channel.
2) When receiving signals during scan, the radio will
pause and stay in current channel for 3 seconds after the
signals disappear.
3) Radio will stay in current channel when pressing PTT
during scan.
4) The transmitting will end by releasing PTT. Within the
transmitting pause time preset by local distributor, the radio
will stay in current channel.
SELECTED CHANNEL :
The first channel in the scanning list set by distributor.
PRIOR CHANNEL:
The prior channel in the scanning list set by distributor.
AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS
TIME-OUT-TIMER
The purpose of the
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Time -out- timer is to prevent
any single person from using a channel to transmit for
an extended period of the time. If you continuously transmit
longer than the time limit preset by the distributor, the
radio will stop transmitting and a tone will be heard. To
stop the tone, release the PTT button. You can press
the PTT again to resume transmitting.
TOT PRE-ALERT
The TOT Pre-Alert function notifies the programmed
time is expired . This should be set less than TOT value.
Rang: Off /1 to 10s (1s steps)
Default: Off
TOT REKEY TIME
TOT Rekey-Time sets the
penalty time in which the
radio can not be re-keyed for transmitting after the TimeOut-Timer setting is exceeded.
Range: Off /1 to 60s (1s steps)
Default: Off
TOT RESET TIME
TOT Reset Time sets the minimum wait time allowed
between transmissions that will reset the Time-Out -Timer.
When TOT Reset Time is set , it causes the TOT continue
even after PTT is released unless the TOT Reset Timer has
expired.
Range: Off /1 to 15s (1s steps)
Default: Off
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BATTERY SAVING
The Battery Saving function decreases the power consumption when no signal being received and no operation
being performed (no keys are being pressed , and no
switches are being turned .)
LOW BATTERY WARNING
Low battery warning alerts you, when the battery needs
to be recharged while transmitting. If the battery power
goes below a certain value , the LED light will blink red,
and the radio will stop transmitting .
MONITOR
When there is no signal received , the squelch circuit
on the radio automatically mutes the speaker, so you will
not hear background noise. To manually deactivate the
squelch, press the Monitor key, which is useful when
you want to adjust the volume level or when you need
to receive a weak signal.
OFF
When this function is selected, no operation is performed.
MONITOR TOGGLE
When this key is pressed once, the green lamp lights and
squelch un-mutes if a carrier is present, regardless of the
specified Signalling (including Option Signalling). If pressed
again, the green lamp turns off and squelch mutes.
Note: If you press this key while Option Signalling is
matched, Option Signalling is reset.
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MONITOR MOMENTARY
While pressing this key, green lamp lights and the squelch
un-mutes If a carrier is present, regardless of the specified
Signalling (including Option Signalling). If released, the green
lamp disappears, and the squelch mutes.
Note: If you press this key while Option Signalling is decoding,
Option Signalling is reset.
SQUELCH OFF
Press this key to force the squelch to un-mute, and the
green lamp lights. If this key is released, the squelch mutes
and the green lamp disappears.
Note: If you press this key while Option Signalling is decoding,
Option Signalling is reset.
CTCSS&DCS
1.Some channels may have preprogrammed CTCSS
/DCS. A CTCSS/DCS is a subaudible tone which allows
you to ignore (not hear) calls from other parties who are
using the same channel.
2.You will not receive the signal that has a tone different
from the one set in your radiol. Likewise, signals that you
transmit will only be received by parties whose CTCSS/DCS
are the same as yours.
Note: Though you use a CTCSS/DCS channel which can
prevent you from receiving unwanted signals, it does not mean your
calls will be private.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
NO.
1
2
PROBLEM
No power
STANDARD SPECIFICATION
PT 2208
PT 3208
PT 3208
FREQUENCY
(MHz)
(1) 136 -150
(2) 146 -174
(2) 450 - 470
(3) 420 - 450
( 4 ) 440 - 470
(11) 470 - 512
RF POWER
5W
4W
16 (15+S)
SOLUTION
The battery pack may be
exhausted. Recharge or replace
the battery pack.
The battery pack may not be
installed properly. Remove the
battery pack and install it again.
Battery power
dies shortly
after charging
The battery pack life is finished.
Replace the battery pack with
a new one .
Can not talk to
or hear other
members in
your group
Make sure you are using the
same frequency and CTCSS/ DCS
tone as the other members, in your
group.
Other group members may be
too far away . Make sure you are
within the range of the other radios.
CHANNELS
4W
POWER SOURCE
DC 7.2V
DIMENSION
53mmX115mmX32mm
240g with battery and antenna
WEIGHT
SETTINGS
1.SETTING CHANNELS
CHANNEL
TRANSMITTING
FREQUENCY
RECEIVING
FREQUENCY
CTCSS/DCS
1
3
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
4
Other voices
(besides group
members) are
on the channel
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Change the CTCSS/DCS.
Be sure to change the tone on
all radios in your group.
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15
16
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2.The way to restart the scan after its pausing.
Time-control
Carrier wave control
Off
3.The way to resume the working channel
Selected channel
Selected channel or current working channel
Prior channel
Prior channel or current working channel
4.Monitor Key
Off
Monitor Momentary
Monitor Toggle
Squelch Off
5.Time-Out-Timer
Off
30-300s
6.ToT Pre-Alert
Off
1-10s
7.ToT Rekey Time
Off
1-60s
8.ToT Reset Time
Off
1-15s
9.Squelch Level
1-9
10.Wide/Narrow
All wide
All narrow
Optional
11.Power
All high
All low
Optional
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12.Battery Save
Open
13.Beep Tone
Open
Close
Close
CE Versions of the PT2208/3208 which
display the "CE" symbol on the serial
number seal, comply with the essential
requirements of the European Radio and
Telecommunication Terminal Directive
1999/5/EC.
This warning symbol indicates that this
equipment operates in non-harmonised
frequency bands and/or may be subject
to licensing condition in the country of
use. Be sure to check that you have the
correct version of this radio or the correct
programming of this radio to comply with
national licensing requirement.
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DECLARATION
OF CONFORMITY
NOTE
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We, Kirisun Electronics(Shenzhen) Co., Ltd.
6/F, Bldg. H-2, East Industrial Zone Of Overseas
Chinese Town, Shenzhen 518053, China
Declare on our sole responsibility that this equipment complies with
the essential requirements of the Radio and Telecommunication
Terminal Equipment Directive,1999/5/EC,and that any applicable
Essential Test Suits measurement have been performed.
Description of equipment: FM Handheld Transceiver
Model No.: PT2208/3208
This compliances is based on conformity with the following
harmonised standards or documents:
(1). EN 300 086-2
(2). EN 301 489-1
EN 301 489-5
(3). EN 60950-1
(4). EN 60065
Shenzhen, 25 April 2005
WenLiang, Fu
Place and date of issue
General Manager
Signature
Kirisun Electronics Co., Ltd
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