DJ-V57 - Alinco
144/430MHz DUAL BAND FM TRANSCEIVER
DJ-V57
Instruction Manual
Thank you for purchasing your new Alinco transceiver. Please read this manual
carefully before using the product to ensure full performance, and keep this manual for
future reference as it contains information on after-sales service.
In case addendum or errata sheets are included with this product, please read those
materials and keep them together with this instruction manual for future reference.
ALINCO, INC.
NOTICE / Compliance Information Statement
NOTICE / Compliance Information Statement
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 instruction manual, 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.
Tested to Comply
With FCC Standards
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
Information in this document is subject to change without notice or obligation. All
brand names and trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Alinco
cannot be liable for pictorial or typographical inaccuracies. Some parts, options and/or
accessories are unavailable in certain areas. Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to
operate the equipment.
144/440MHz FM amateur radio handheld transceiver DJ-V57T
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Manufacturer:
ALINCO, Inc.
Yodoyabashi Dai-bldg. 13F
4-4-9 Koraibashi, Chuo-ku,
Osaka 541-0043 Japan
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NOTICE / Compliance Information Statement
Conformity Information
Alinco, Inc. Electronics Division hereby declare on our sole responsibility that the
product(s) listed below comply the essential requirements of the Directive 1999/5/EC,
The council of 3/9/99 on Radio Equipment and Telecommunication Terminal
Equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity and with the provisions of
Annex, after having performed the required measurements at Notified Bodies per
Standards, and relative certificate(s) or document(s) can be reviewed at http://www.
alinco. com/Ce/
DJ-V57E FM amateur radio handheld transceiver
144.000~145.995MHz / 430.000~439.995MHz
2200
This device is authorized for use in all EU and EFTA member states. An operator's
license is required for this device.
Copyright © All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced, copied,
translated or transcribed in any form or by any means without the prior written
permission of Alinco. Inc., Osaka, Japan. English edition Printed in Japan.
Check with your local waste officials for details on recycling or proper disposal in
your area.
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Contents
Contents
NOTICE / Compliance Information Statement ................................................2
Contents .............................................................................................................4
Warning...............................................................................................................7
Introduction ......................................................................................................12
Before transmitting..........................................................................................12
1.Features .........................................................................................................13
1.1 Accessories .........................................................................................................13
2.Accessories ...................................................................................................14
2.1 Installations .........................................................................................................14
2.1.1 Antenna ......................................................................................................14
2.1.2 Hand Strap..................................................................................................14
2.1.3 Belt Clip .....................................................................................................14
2.1.4 Battery Pack ...............................................................................................15
2.1.5 Prevent Short Circuiting the Battery Pack .................................................18
3.Names and Operations of Parts ..................................................................19
3.1 Names and Operations of Keys and Ports...........................................................19
3.2 Keypad ................................................................................................................21
3.3 Display (LCD) ....................................................................................................22
4.Basic Operation ............................................................................................23
4.1 Turning On the Power.........................................................................................23
4.2 Adjusting the Audio Output (Volume) ...............................................................23
4.3 Adjusting the Squelch .........................................................................................23
4.4 Operating Modes.................................................................................................24
4.5 Setting the Frequency in the VFO Mode ............................................................25
4.5.1 Setting the Frequency.................................................................................25
4.5.2 Setting the Tuning Step ..............................................................................26
4.5.3 Shift Direction and Offset Frequency Settings...........................................27
4.6 Memory Mode ....................................................................................................28
4.6.1 How to Program Memory Channel(s) ........................................................28
4.6.2 Recalling a Memory Channel.....................................................................28
4.6.3 Deleting a Memory Channel ......................................................................28
4.6.4 Quick Program Memory Channel(s) ..........................................................29
4.6.5 Transmitter Detecting Function..................................................................29
4.6.6 Programming a Repeater-Access Function Setting....................................30
4.6.7 Programmable Parameters in Memory Channels.......................................30
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4.7 Call-Channel Mode.............................................................................................31
4.8 Receiving ............................................................................................................31
4.8.1 Monitor Function........................................................................................32
4.9 Transmitting........................................................................................................32
4.9.1 Selecting the Output Level .........................................................................32
5.Useful Functions ...........................................................................................33
5.1 Scan Modes.........................................................................................................33
5.1.1 VFO-Scan...................................................................................................33
5.1.2 Memory-Scan .............................................................................................33
5.1.3 Setting Skip Channels ................................................................................34
5.2 Keylock ...............................................................................................................34
5.3 Tone-Burst ..........................................................................................................34
5.4 Naming Memory Channels .................................................................................35
5.4.1 Setting Name-Tag.......................................................................................35
5.4.2 Using the Channel Name Function ............................................................35
5.5 Lamp ...................................................................................................................35
6.Selective Calling............................................................................................36
6.1 Tone Squelch (TSQ) ...........................................................................................36
6.1.1 Setting the Tone Squelch............................................................................36
6.1.2 Switching Off the Tone Squelch ................................................................37
6.1.3 To Differentiate the ENC/EDC Tones .......................................................37
6.1.4 Tone Squelch Operation.............................................................................37
6.2 DCS ....................................................................................................................37
6.2.1 Setting the DCS ..........................................................................................37
6.2.2 Changing the DCS Code ............................................................................38
6.2.3 Switching Off DCS ....................................................................................38
6.2.4 DCS Operation ...........................................................................................38
6.2.5 DET Mode in DCS Operation ....................................................................38
6.3 DTMF Tone Encoding........................................................................................39
6.4 Auto Dialer .........................................................................................................40
6.4.1 Setting the Auto Dialer...............................................................................40
6.4.2 Generating the Auto Dialer Codes .............................................................40
6.4.3 Redial (While Receiving)...........................................................................41
7.Special Functions..........................................................................................42
7.1 Repeater-Access..................................................................................................42
7.2 Program Scan ......................................................................................................42
7.3 VOX....................................................................................................................43
7.4 ALERT................................................................................................................43
7.5 Battery Type Setting ...........................................................................................44
7.6 Battery Refresh ...................................................................................................44
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8.Set Mode........................................................................................................45
8.1 Set Mode Operation ............................................................................................45
8.2 Entering the Set Mode ........................................................................................45
8.3 Available Parameters ..........................................................................................46
8.3.1 Menu 1 Battery Save (BS) Function ..........................................................46
8.3.2 Menu 2 Timer/Busy Scan Setting ..............................................................46
8.3.3 Menu 3 Beep Function ...............................................................................46
8.3.4 Menu 4 VOX delay time setting.................................................................46
8.3.5 Menu 5 Auto-Power-Off Setting................................................................47
8.3.6 Menu 6 FM / NFM Setting.........................................................................47
8.3.7 Menu 7 ATT (Attenuator) Setting..............................................................47
8.3.8 Menu 8 Clock Shift Setting ........................................................................48
8.3.9 Menu 9 Busy Channel Lockout Setting .....................................................48
8.3.10 Menu 10 Tone-Burst Frequency Setting ....................................................49
8.3.11 Menu 11 Time Out Timer (TOT) Setting...................................................49
8.3.12 Menu 12 TOT Penalty Time ......................................................................49
8.3.13 Menu 13 DTMF WAIT Time.....................................................................50
8.3.14 Menu 14 DTMF First Digit Burst Time.....................................................50
8.3.15 Menu 15 DTMF Burst Time ......................................................................50
8.3.16 Menu 16 DTMF Pause Time......................................................................50
8.3.17 Menu 17 Stand-by Beep/DTMF Setting ....................................................51
8.3.18 Menu 18 Mid power ...................................................................................52
9.Cloning and Packet Operation ....................................................................53
9.1 Cloning................................................................................................................53
9.1.1 Cable Connection .......................................................................................53
9.1.2 Master/Slave Units .....................................................................................53
9.1.3 Master Unit Operation................................................................................54
9.1.4 Slave Unit Operation ..................................................................................54
9.2 Packet Operation.................................................................................................55
9.2.1 Packet Operation Connections ...................................................................55
10.Maintenance and Reference......................................................................56
10.1 Troubleshooting ..................................................................................................56
10.2 Resetting .............................................................................................................57
10.2.1 All Resetting...............................................................................................57
10.2.2 Partial Resetting .........................................................................................57
10.3 Options................................................................................................................58
10.3.1 Microphone/Speaker Cable (EDS-14)........................................................59
10.3.2 Battery Packs..............................................................................................59
10.3.3 Using the Chargers .....................................................................................60
10.3.4 Dry Cell Case .............................................................................................66
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11.Specifications .............................................................................................67
Warning
Warning
To prevent any hazard during operation of Alincon's radio product, in this manual and
on the product you may find symbols shown below. Please read and understand the
meanings of these symbols before starting to use the product.
d Danger
d Alert
d Caution
d
a
m
This symbol is intended to alert the user to an immediate danger that
may cause loss of life and property if the user disregards the warning.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to a possible hazard that
may cause loss of life and property if the user disregards the warning.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to a possible hazard that may
cause loss of property or injure the user if the warning is disregarded.
Alert symbol. An explanation is given.
Warning symbol. An explanation is given.
Instruction symbol. An explanation is given.
d Alert
Environment and condition of use
a radio equipment while driving.
It is recommended that you check local traffic regulations regarding the use of
Some countries prohibit or apply restrictions
for the operation of radios and mobile- phones while driving.
j especially medical ones. It may cause interference to those devices.
a Keep the radio out of the reach of children.
In case a liquid leaks from the product, do not touch it. It may damage your
j skin. Rinse with plenty of cold water if the liquid contacted your skin.
Never operate this product in facilities where radio products are prohibited for
j use such as aboard aircraft, in airports, in ports, within or near the operating
Do not use this product in close proximity to other electronic devices,
area of business wireless stations or their relay stations.
j informed in advance when you travel.
The manufacturer declines any responsibilities against loss of life and/or
a property due to a failure of this product when used to perform important tasks
Use of this product may be prohibited or illegal outside of your country. Be
like life-guarding, surveillance, and rescue.
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Warning
j and/or damage to the product(s).
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced with an incorrect type.
a Dispose of, or recycle used batteries according to your local regulations.
The manufacturer declines any responsibilities against loss of life and property due to
a a failure of this product when used with or as a part of a device made by third parties.
Use of third party accessory may result in damage to this product. It will void
a our warranty for repair.
Do not use multiple radios in very close proximity. It may cause interference
Handling this product
a or a headset. Excessive audio may damage hearing.
Do not open the unit without permission or instruction from the manufacturer.
m Unauthorized modification or repair may result in electric shock, fire and/or
Be sure to reduce the audio output level to minimum before using an earphone
malfunction.
l in electric shock, fire and/or malfunction.
Do not place the product in a container carrying conductive materials, such as
j water or metal in close proximity to the product. A short-circuit to the product
Do not operate this product in a wet place such as shower room. It may result
may result in electric shock, fire and/or malfunction.
About chargers
j electric shock, fire and/or malfunction.
Do not plug multiple devices using an adapter into a single wall outlet. It may
j result in overheating and/or fire.
j Do not handle adapter with a wet hand. It may result in electric shock.
Securely plug the adapter into the wall outlet. Insecure installation may result
a in short-circuit, electronic shock and/or fire.
Do not use the adapter if the plug or socket contacts are dirty. Overheating and/or
j short-circuiting may result in fire, electric shock and/or damage to the product.
Do not use adapters other than having the specified voltage. It may result in
About power supply
j Use only appropriate, reliable power supply of correct voltage and capacity.
Do not connect cables in reverse polarity. It may result in electric shock, fire
j and/or malfunction.
Do not plug multiple devices including the power supply into a single wall
j outlet. It may result in overheating and/or fire.
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Warning
j Do not handle a power supply with a wet hand. It may result in electric shock.
Securely plug the power supply to the wall outlet. Insecure installation may
a result in short-circuiting, electronic shock and/or fire.
Do not plug the power supply into the wall socket if the contacts are dirty.
j Short-circuit and/or overheating may result in fire, electric shock and/or
damage to the product.
j fire, electric shock and/or damage to the product.
Do not modify or remove fuse-assembly from the DC cable. It may result in
Cigar-lighter cable
j electric shock, fire and/or malfunction.
j Do not handle cigar cable with a wet hand. It may result in electric shock.
Do not use the cable at any other than the specified voltage. It may result in
In case of emergency
In case of the following situation(s), please turn off the product, switch off the source
of power, then remove or unplug the power-cord. Please contact your local dealer of
this product for service and assistance. Do not use the product until the trouble is
resolved. Do not try to troubleshoot the problem by yourself.
• When a strange sound, smoke and/or strange odor comes out of the product.
• When the product is dropped or the case is broken or cracked.
• When a liquid penetrated inside.
• When a power cord (including DC cables, AC cables and adapters) is damaged.
a accessories from the wall outlet if a thunderstorm is likely.
For your safety, turn off then remove all related AC lines to the product and its
Maintenance
m of this product for service and assistance.
Do not open the unit and its accessories. Please consult with your local dealer
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Warning
d Caution
■ Environment and condition of use
Do not use the product in proximity to a TV or a radio. It may cause
interference or receive interference.
j
Do not install in a humid, dusty or insufficiently ventilated place. It may result
j in electric shock, fire and/or malfunction.
Do not install in an unstable or vibrating position. It may result in electric
j shock, fire and/or malfunction when/if the product falls to the ground.
Do not install the product in proximity to a source of heat and humidity such as
j a heater or a stove. Avoid placing the unit in direct sunlight.
Be cautious of a dew formation. Please completely dry the product before use
j when it happens.
■ About transceiver
Be cautious of the whip antenna when carried in your shirt-pocket etc. It may
make contact with your eye and cause injury.
a
Do not connect devices other than specified ones to the jacks and ports on the
j product. It may result in damage to the devices.
Turn off and remove the power source (AC cable, DC cable, battery, cigar
a cable, charger adapter etc.) from the product when the product is not in use for
extended period of time or in case of maintenance.
j Never pull the cord alone when you unplug AC cable form the wall outlet.
Use a clean, dry cloth to wipe off dirt and condensation from the surface of the
a product. Never use thinner or benzene for cleaning.
■ About power supply
Use only reliable power supply of specific DC output range and be mindful of
the polarity of the cable and DC-jack.
a
a Always turn off the power supply when connecting or disconnecting the cables.
When using an external antenna, make sure that the antenna ground is not
a common with the ground of the power supply.
European users: When a unit is powered from an external DC power source
a (adapter, power supply, cigar-plug etc.), make sure that this power supply has
approval to the level of IEC/EN 60950.
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Warning
Lightning
Any person is not safe outdoor during thunderstorm and lightning. This condition is
getting worse if somebody keeps a hand-held radio; chances of being hit by lightning are
doubled since lightning may hit a radio antenna as well. At this time, there is no handheld radio having any kind of protection against lightning current (which is higher than
10 kA.). Note also that no car provides adequate protection of its passengers or drivers
against lightning as well. Therefore, Alinco will not take responsibility for any danger
associated with using its hand-held radios outdoor or inside the car during lightning.
Limited Power Source
Please note that the transceiver enclosure only provides mechanical protection of its
internal parts; it will not contain a fire within the device if the fire starts under certain
fault conditions. Alinco will not take responsibility for any fire hazard associated with
powering the transceiver or charging its batteries using a power source which does not
belong to the limited power sources in the meaning of EN 60950-1. Excluded from
possible use with the transceiver are most car cigarette lighters and some DC
(AC/DC) power supplies. Make sure that the power supply used with the transceiver
is a limited power source.
Water-registant
The IPX7 designation provides for limited waterproofing of the radio. The
specifications are immersion in one meter (approx 3ft) of still sweet water for up to 30
minutes. This compatibility is factory guaranteed for a period of one year provided all
the jack covers are securely in place, any accessories connected must be genuine
Alinco water-proof accessories and the radio has not been disassembled by the
customer. The factory has tested and made the equipment compatible to IPX7
certification during engineering. However, please understand that this equipment is
NOT certified IPX7 compliant but is designed to remain operational when used in
rain, severe weather or in accidental cases of dropping it in water when used in
extreme conditions and is in no way stating that you should attempt use the radio
under water or submerge the radio for cleaning. Warranty will not cover radios that
are water / salt damage due to negligence or misuse of the product.
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Introduction / Before transmitting
Introduction
Thank you very much for purchasing this excellent Alinco transceiver. Our products
are ranked among the finest in the world. This radio has been manufactured with state
of the art technology and it has been tested carefully at our factory. It is designed to
operate to your satisfaction for many years under normal use.
PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL COMPLETELY TO LEARN ALL THE
FUNCTIONS THE PRODUCT OFFERS. WE MADE EVERY ATTEMPT TO
WRITE THIS MANUAL TO BE AS COMPREHENSIVE AND EASY TO
UNDERSTAND AS POSSIBLE. IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT SOME OF
THE OPERATIONS MAY BE EXPLAINED IN RELATION TO INFORMATION
IN PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. BY READING JUST ONE PART OF THE MANUAL,
YOU RISK NOT UNDERSTANDING THE COMPLETE EXPLANATION OF THE
FUNCTION.
Before transmitting
There are many business radio stations operating in proximity to the ham bands. Be
careful not to cause interference when transmitting around such radio stations. Even
when amateur radio stations adhere to radio laws, there are unexpected cases of radio
interference. When operating this product while traveling, please be very careful.
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1.Features
1. Features
This transceiver has the following main features.
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144/430MHz dual-band handheld transceiver
Choice of 3 power output levels (5/2/0.5W)
Quick-write memory channels
Direct frequency input through illuminated keypad
High-grade water-resistant materials compatible to IPX7 *
Rugged polycarbonate body resists dirt and dust
Great audio with large 40mm internal speaker
39 CTCSS tone squelch (encode + decode) and 104 DCS
Search-scan (programmed scanning) available on each band
Tone burst function (1000, 1450, 1750 and 2100Hz)
Two-touch repeater-setting access
Internal VOX
2-level attenuator
DTMF encode and auto-dialer
* Please read page 11 for more details.
1.1 Accessories
<T - version>
• EBP-65 Ni-MH battery pack (7.2V 700mA)
• EDC-146 (AC 120V) wall charger
• Belt clip
• Hand strap
• Instruction manual
<E - version>
• EBP-63 Li-ion battery pack (7.4V 1100mA)
• EDC-159E Li-ion rapid battery charger
• Belt clip
• Hand strap
• Instruction manual
NOTE:
Accessories may differ depending on the version you have purchased.
Please contact your local dealer for details of standard accessories and the
warranty-policy.
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2.Accessories
2. Accessories
2.1 Installations
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2.1.1 Antenna
■ Attaching the Antenna
1. Hold the antenna by its base.
2. Align the grooves at the base of the antenna with
the protrusions on the antenna connector.
3. Slide the antenna down and turn it clockwise until
it stops.
4. Confirm that the antenna is securely connected.
■ Removing the Antenna
Turn the antenna counter-clockwise to disconnect the antenna.
2.1.2 Hand Strap
Attach the hand strap as shown. There are two ways
to attach it.
Hand strap
2.1.3 Belt Clip
■ Attaching the Belt Clip
1. Put the belt clip on the back of the unit, and turn
the screw clockwise until it stops.
2. Confirm that the belt clip is securely attached.
* Tighten up the screw occasionally.
■ Removing the Belt Clip
Turn the screw counter-clockwise to remove the belt clip.
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Belt clip
2.Accessories
2.1.4 Battery Pack
For the specifications and the charging procedures, please refer to "Battery
Packs"(page 59) and "Using the Chargers"(page 60).
■ Attaching the Battery Pack
Align the catches on the battery pack with the
grooves on the unit, and close the latch until it clicks.
2
Catch
Latch
Groove
■ Removing the Battery Pack
Push the latch in the direction of the arrow, and pull
out the battery pack.
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2.Accessories
Caution
2
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• Risk of explosion, generation of heat or leak of chemicals inside if the
battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Use always the recommended
types of batteries in this manual only.
• The battery pack isn't fully charged when shipped. It must be charged
before use.
• Charging should be conducted in a temperature range of 0ºC to +40ºC
(+32ºF to +104ºF).
• Don't modify, dismantle, incinerate or immerse the battery pack in the water
as this can be dangerous.
• Never short-circuit the battery pack terminals, as this can cause damage to
the equipment or lead to heating of the battery which may cause burns.
• Unnecessary prolonged charging (overcharging) can deteriorate battery
performance.
• The battery pack should be stored in a dry place where temperature is in
-10ºC to +45ºC (-14ºF to +113ºF) range. Temperatures outside this range
can cause the battery liquid to leak. Exposure to prolonged high humidity
can cause corrosion of metal components.
• Battery-packs are a consuming part. When its operating time becomes
considerably short after a normal charge, please consider that the pack is
exhausted and replace it with a new one.
• The battery pack is recyclable. Check with your local waste officials for
details on recycling options or proper disposal in your area.
• Use specified genuine chargers only to charge battery packs. Use of other
chargers may cause damage to products, you and your property.
• Li-ion battery packs can't be charged using DC-jack on the unit (Only NiMH battery packs can be charged).
• Even if you do not use the battery pack for a long time, charge it at least
once every three months to prevent deterioration.
2.Accessories
■ Charging the Battery Pack Using DC-Jack on the Unit
The unit can charge the EBP-65 and EBP-66 optional Ni-MH battery packs by
supplying DC power through the DC-jack on the unit using EDC-146/147/148 wall
chargers or an optional DC power supply (DC 12V~DC 16V, 1A or more: IEC/EN
60950-1 compliant) and a DC cable such as EDC-37.
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1. Attach the battery pack by referring to "Battery Pack" (page 15).
2. Connect the AC adapter plug to the DC-jack on the
unit then connect the charger's adapter to the wall
outlet.
* AC adapter may look different.
AC adapter*
AC adapter plug
3. Turn on the unit and set the battery charge
parameters. (page 44)
* "Battery Type Setting"
Select BAT-NI+.
4. After completing the settings, a flashing
appears on the display. Make sure the icon is
flashing then turn off the unit. It takes about 10
hours/30hours for EBP-65/66 respectively to
complete the charge.
NOTE:
• Please read the general safety instructions included in the optional accessories
to correctly and safely use them.
• EDC-146/147/148 can't be used as the adapter for operation. These adapters
are for charging purposes only.
• Chargers can't perform the correct charge when the AC voltage is unstable.
•
flashes even EBP-65/66 aren't attached. To avoid short-circuit, never
activate this function when the pack isn't attached to the unit.
• Li-ion battery packs can't be charged in this way.
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2.Accessories
2.1.5 Prevent Short Circuiting the Battery Pack
Be extra cautious when carrying the rechargeable battery pack; short circuiting will
produce surge current possibly resulting in fire.
2
DON'T carry with
metals of any type, e.g.
chains.
DON'T carry the battery
pack inside bags made
of conductive materials.
Do enclose inside a non-conductive enclosure. (bags or
handkerchief made only of non-conductive material)
DON'T place in the
proximity of metals or
conductives, e.g. nails,
chains.
Do protect by spreading
a non-conductive sheet
on a flat surface.
2.1.6 Battery-Level Icon
During the operation, a black battery icon indicates
that the battery-level is in usable range. When it
turns to empty, please charge the pack or replace the
cells with new ones.
Battery-level icon
The battery is in usable
condition.
Battery-level is low.
Replace or charge the pack.
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3.Names and Operations of Parts
3. Names and Operations of Parts
3.1 Names and Operations of Keys and Ports
■ Top and Front
3
Rotate the dial to select the frequency of operation, memory
channel, offset frequency, tone frequency, DCS code, Set mode
settings, and the characters for name-tags. Rotating the dial
while pressing the FUNC key increases or decreases the
frequency in 1MHz order.
Microphone/Spe For an optional speaker/Mic connection. Securely close the
cover for water-proof while the accessory isn't in use.
aker jack
Lights green when the squelch is unmuted. Lights red during
TX/RX lamp
transmission.
A speaker is built in.
Speaker
Press the power key down for approximately one second to turn
Power key
on/off the unit.
Speak into the microphone from a distance of about 5cm (2").
Microphone
Refer to "Display" (page 22).
Display (LCD)
Refer to "Keypad" (page 21).
Keypad
Dial
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3.Names and Operations of Parts
■ Side
3
Antenna side
SMA Antenna
Connector
FUNC key
PTT key
MONI key
DC-IN jack
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Dial side
Attach the whip antenna. If you plan to use an optional antenna,
select one that is tuned to the operating frequency.
The FUNC key is used in combination with the other keys to
access the various functions of the unit. To enter the Set mode
to set operating parameters, press the FUNC key continuously
for about 2 seconds.
Press the PTT key to transmit, release to receive.
When the MONI key is pressed, the squelch unmutes regardless
of the TSQ/DCS setting. Pressing the MONI key after pressing
the FUNC key illuminates display for about 5 seconds. Pressing
the MONI key while pressing the PTT key transmits a tone-burst
signal.
Connect an external power source of DC 7.0V~DC 16.0V at 2A
or more. An optional EDC-36 cigar-cable is available for mobile
operation. EBP-65/66 packs can be charged using this jack
(page 17).
3.Names and Operations of Parts
3.2 Keypad
3
key
Without pressing the FUNC key.
While
appears after the FUNC key is pressed.
Inputs 1.
Channel step setting (page 26).
Inputs 2.
Offset frequency setting (page 27).
Inputs 3.
Alert Function (page 43).
Inputs 4.
Tone Encode / Tone Squelch setting
(page 36).
Inputs 5.
Hi/Mid/Low power setting (page 32).
Inputs 6.
VOX setting (page 43).
Inputs 7.
DCS (digital code squelch) setting (page 37).
Inputs 8.
Auto dialer operation (page 40).
Inputs 9.
Auto dialer memory setting (page 40).
Inputs 0.
Repeater-Access function setting (page 42).
Batttery type setting (page 44)
Reverse operation (page 27, 42)
Switches between the VFO and
Memory programming (page 28).
Memory mode (page 24).
Start/Stop scanning (page 33).
Key / Frequency lock setting (page 34).
Access the Call channel (page 31). Memory channel skip setting (page 34).
Switches between the VHF and UHF Naming memory channels setting (page 35).
(page 24).
Quick-write memory (page 29)
SQL adjustment (page 23).
N/A
Audio level adjustment (page 23).
N/A
* The numeric keys can be used for direct VFO frequency input within the product's
operating range. DTMF tones are generated by pressing the keys during transmissions.
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3.Names and Operations of Parts
3.3 Display (LCD)
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Appears when the FUNC key is pressed.
Indicates the shift (+/-) direction.
Appears when setting the CTCSS tone encoder.
Appears when setting the tone squelch.
Appears when setting the VOX.
Appears when setting the DCS.
Appears when setting the NFM.
Displays the frequency and scan operation.
Displayed when the frequency or the keypad is locked.
Appears when the Repeater-Access function is activated.
Appears when Auto-Power-Off function is activated.
/
Indicates battery-level. The black icon flashes when the battery
charge function is on.
Displayed when in the Memory mode.
Displays the memory channel No.
Displayed when the transmission output is in LOW setting.
Displayed when the transmission output is in MID setting.
Displays the operating frequencies, name-tags and parameters
in the setting mode.
Appears when the attenuator is activated.
Appears when setting the channel skip.
Appears when the squelch is unmuted.
Indicates the receiving signal (S-meter) and transmission output
levels (Power-meter).
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4.Basic Operation
4. Basic Operation
4.1 Turning On the Power
Hold the
key down for a second.
To turn off the power, hold the
the display turns off.
key down until
4.2 Adjusting the Audio Output (Volume)
• There are 31 audio output levels (00~30).
• The default setting is level 15. There is no audio output at this status.
1. Press the
key. The level is displayed on the
LCD.
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2. Rotate the dial to increase or decrease the level.
As the setting value increases, the audio becomes
louder.
3. Press any key except for the MONI key or just leave it for 5 seconds to
automatically complete the setting.
4.3 Adjusting the Squelch
Squelch is a function that eliminates the noise when no signals are being received.
• There are 10 squelch levels (00~10).
• The default setting is level 03.
1. Press the
key. The squelch level is displayed
on the LCD.
2. Rotate the dial to increase or decrease the squelch
level. Set to the lowest level that the noise is cut.
3. Press any key except for the MONI key or just leave it for 5 seconds to
automatically complete the setting.
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4.Basic Operation
4.4 Operating Modes
This DJ-V57 has three operating modes: VFO mode, Memory mode and CALL mode.
The VFO mode allows to operate at the displayed frequency. The Memory mode has
200 channels (VHF/UHF mixture) and the CALL mode has one VHF and one UHF
channel.
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■ Switching Between Modes
“VFO mode” and “Memory mode” are switched by pressing the
key
appears on the display when “Memory mode” is activated, and disappears when
“VFO mode” is activated.
“CALL mode” is activated by pressing the
key. appears on the display. To
return to the previous mode, press the
key again. To switch between VFO VHF
and VFO UHF, or CALL VHF/UHF, press the “BAND” key while in either of those
modes.
VFO mode
VHF
VFO mode
UHF
Memory mode
CALL mode
VHF
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CALL mode
UHF
4.Basic Operation
4.5 Setting the Frequency in the VFO Mode
The factory default of this unit is the VFO mode. The VFO mode allows you to
change the frequency and operating parameters by using the dial and key operations.
4.5.1 Setting the Frequency
■ To Select the VFO Mode
The
key switches between the VFO and Memory mode each time the
key is pressed.
"
" is displayed on the LCD when the unit is in the Memory mode.
■ Selecting the Operating Frequency
Rotate the dial clockwise to increase the frequency by one tuning step.
Rotate the dial counter-clockwise to decrease it by one tuning step.
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■ To Quickly Change the Frequency
Press the FUNC key, and while
is displayed on the screen, rotate the dial to
increase or decrease (depending on the direction of rotation) the frequency by 1MHz
order.
■ Entry from the Keypad
Use the numeric keys to set the frequency. It accepts valid numbers only.
ie: 145.210 MHz
1. Input the 100MHz digit by pressing
2. Input the 10MHz digit by pressing
3. Input the 1MHz digit by pressing
4. Input the 100kHz digit by pressing
5. Input the 10kHz digit by pressing
Depending on the tuning step, entry may be required to the 1kHz digit.
The relationship between the tuning step and entry-completion digit is shown in the
following chart. The setting will be completed automatically when the last digit is
correctly entered and a high-tone beep sounds.
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4.Basic Operation
Tuning step
5.0kHz
10.0kHz
12.5kHz
15.0kHz
20kHz
25kHz
30kHz
Entry completion digit
Final digit selection
1kHz
Accept 0 or 5 as valid number.
Accept any of 0 to 9 keys.
10kHz
10kHz
When you input the 10kHz digit, the 1kHz digit is
set automatically as follows.
0---00.0, 1---12.5, 2---25.0, 3---37.5, 4---invalid,
5---50.0, 6---62.5, 7---75.0, 8---87.5, 9---invalid
Auto-complete after the 10kHz digit entry.
10kHz
Auto-complete after the 10kHz digit entry.
10kHz
When you input the 10kHz digit, the 1kHz digit is
10kHz
set automatically as follows.
0---00.0, 2---25.0, 5---50.0, 7---75.0
Other entries are invalid.
Auto-complete after the 10kHz digit entry.
10kHz
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4.5.2 Setting the Tuning Step
1. Press the FUNC key in the VFO mode, and while
key to display the current tuning step.
is displayed, press the
2. Rotate the dial to select the desired tuning step.
DOWN
STP-5
STP-10
STP-12.5
UP
STP-15
STP-20
(unit: kHz)
STP-25
STP-30
3. Press any key except for the MONI key to complete setting.
NOTE:
• Tuning step can't be changed in the Memory mode and Call-Channel mode.
• When the tuning step is changed from 5kHz,10kHz,15kHz,20kHz or 30kHz to
12.5kHz and 25kHz or vice versa, the operating frequency and the shift width
automatically suite to the new setting.
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4.Basic Operation
4.5.3 Shift Direction and Offset Frequency Settings
In conventional repeater systems, a signal received on one frequency is retransmitted
on another frequency. The difference between these two frequencies is called the
offset frequency. The selectable offset frequency of this unit is from 0 to 99.995MHz.
1. Press the FUNC key, and while
is displayed, press the
key to display the
current offset frequency and shift direction settings.
2. Each time the
key is pressed the shift direction changes as indicated below.
A (-) means that the TX frequency is lower than the RX frequency.
A (+) means vice versa.
-0.600
+0.600
SPLIT
OST-OF
3. Rotate the dial while the shift frequency is being displayed.
Clockwise: each click increases the frequency by one tuning step.
Counter-clockwise: each click decreases the frequency by one tuning step.
Press the FUNC key and rotate the dial to increase or decrease the frequency in 1MHz steps.
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4. Press any key except for the MONI or FUNC key to complete setting.
Reverse operation is possible by pressing the
key.
The repeater function releases temporary and you can transmit on the frequency
originally used for the repeater downlink while monitoring the uplink frequency.
Press
again to go back to the normal repeater mode.
The shift-direction icon flashes during the reverse operation.
■ SPLIT
This function changes the transmission band in relation to the receiving band.
The transceiver receives the currently displayed VFO frequency, and transmits on the
VFO frequency of another band.
NOTE:
• Please refer to "Selective Calling" (page 36) to set the CTCSS/DCS tones
usually required for conventional Repeater-Accesses.
• SPLIT function can't be used in the Memory mode and Call-Channel mode.
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4.Basic Operation
4.6 Memory Mode
This mode allows recalling and operating the preprogrammed frequency or setting in
the memory channels. This unit provides up to 200 memory channels, 2 CALL
channel (VHF/UHF), 2 Repeater-Access function memory (VHF/UHF), 10 Transmitter
Detecting Function memory and 2 Program scan edge memory (VHF/UHF).
4.6.1 How to Program Memory Channel(s)
1. Select a frequency and operating parameters to be programmed in the VFO mode.
Programmable parameters are explained later. Press the
key. "
" appears
on the display.
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2. Press the FUNC key to display
.
is displayed. An
3. Rotate the dial to select the desired memory channel number while
empty channel is shown with a flashing "
". "V-SET (U-SET)" is explained later.
4. By pressing the
key again while
programming is completed.
is on the display, a beep sounds and
5. Pressing the FUNC then
key while
is displayed on the programmed
channel will delete the memory data and it becomes available for reprogramming.
4.6.2 Recalling a Memory Channel
1. Select the Memory mode by pressing the
key. "
" and channel number
appear on the display to indicate that the unit is in the Memory mode.
Repeat to switch between the Memory and VFO modes.
2. Select a memory channel.
Rotating the dial will increase or decrease a memory channel number.
4.6.3 Deleting a Memory Channel
1. Select the Memory mode by pressing the
key.
2. Rotate the dial to select the memory channel No. that you wish to delete.
3. Press the FUNC key, and while
is displayed on the LCD, press the
beep sounds, then "
" flashes on the display.
key. A
NOTE:
• Over writing new data is always permitted. It's not necessary to delete the old
data before overwriting.
• When "
" is flashing in step 3 (when the memory contents are displayed as
is on the display), it is still possible to cancel the operation by pressing the
FUNC key, and while
is displayed on the LCD, press the
key. After
changing channels or modes, this is no longer possible.
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4.Basic Operation
4.6.4 Quick Program Memory Channel(s)
This function is to quickly write in the memory.
1. Select a frequency and operating parameters to be programmed in the VFO mode.
2. Press the
key for more than 2 seconds.
3. The memory number blinks and a beep sounds.
NOTE:
This function can't be used if all memory channels are already programmed.
4.6.5 Transmitter Detecting Function
This is a function that receives a particular frequency and indicates the relative
distance to the transmitter by the strength of the detected signal. As the transmitted
signal gets stronger, a beep will sound in shorter intervals (the sound heard correlates
to S-meter signal strength). Use this function for fox hunting.
1. Select a frequency and operating parameters to be programmed in the VFO mode.
Programmable parameters are explained later. Press the
key. "
" appears
on the display.
2. Press the FUNC key to display
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.
3. Rotate the dial to select the memory channel number d0 ~ d9.
4. By pressing the
key again while
programming is completed.
is on the display, a beep sounds and
5. Pressing the FUNC then
key while
is displayed on the programmed
channel will delete the memory data and it becomes available for reprogramming.
6. To exit from this function, move any normal memory channel or select VFO mode.
7. To activate this function, select d0 ~ d9 channels in the memory mode.
When using this function, received signals can’t be heard.
When this function is selected, the detecting tone will automatically start to sound.
However, When the tone squelch and/or the DCS are set, the detecting tone will sound
only when the tone squelch frequency or DCS codes correspond.
• When the transmitter is at close range or when the transmitter signal is strong, use
the Attenuator function.
• You can hear the received signal by pressing the MONl key (the receive indicator
will light at this time). When a microphone is attached to the transmitter, you can
hear sounds around the transmitter by pressing the MONl key.
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4.Basic Operation
4.6.6 Programming a Repeater-Access Function Setting
The "Repeater-Access" function is to set the desired shift and tone parameters to the
current operating frequency by just 2 key-touches.
Please set the parameters to be applied to the Repeater-Access function here.
1. Enter the Memory mode (by pressing the
key if necessary).
2. Rotate the dial to select MrpV-SET (VHF band) or MrpU-SET (UHF band).
3. Set the most commonly used Repeater-Access parameters by referring to "RepeaterAccess" (page 42). The parameters can be programmed in this memory are marked *
in the chart below. By activating the Repeater-Access function these settings are
applied to the operating frequency regardless of the VFO/Memory/CALL modes, by
temporary replacing the current parameters.
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4. After programming is completed, press the FUNC key then press the
while MrpV(U)-SET is displayed to store the edited parameters.
key
5. Rotate the dial to operate in the Memory mode by selecting channels or press the
key for VFO mode operation.
6. To operate with repeater-access, please refer page 42.
NOTE:
• You can not communicate in the MrpV(U)-SET setting channel.
• The MrpV(U)-SET channel is skipped during scanning. You can not delete or
convert this memory to other purposes.
4.6.7 Programmable Parameters in Memory Channels
The following parameters can be stored in each of the memory channels.
• Frequency
• Offset frequency *
• Skip channel setting
• Shift direction (+/-) *
• Busy channel lockout (BCLO)
• Tone encoder frequency *
• Transmission power (H/M/L)
• Tone decoder frequency *
• Battery save setting
• Tone encoder/decoder setting (TSQ) *
• Clock Shift setting
• DCS code *
• Alphanumeric channel tag
• DCS setting *
• ATT Level
• WFM/NFM setting
NOTE:
Only parameters marked "*" are programmable in Repeater-Access function memory.
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4.Basic Operation
4.7 Call-Channel Mode
This mode is used to recall a most frequently used memory channel (stored in MC
channel) with a single key-touch.
1. Press the
key.
" " is displayed on the LCD, and the channel
programmed in MC is recalled.
2. Press the
key again or the
key in the
Call mode to return to original operating mode
(VFO/memory).
■ How to Program Call-Channel Mode
1. Select the Memory mode by pressing the
key.
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2. Rotate the dial to select the MC channel.
3. Select the VFO mode by pressing the
4. Press the FUNC key to display
key.
and MC.
5. By pressing the
key again while
programming is completed.
is on the display, a beep sounds and
IMPORTANT NOTE:
• The dial and direct key-entry of frequency/memory channel are blocked in the
Call mode.
• It is possible to temporary change the offset and CTCSS/DCS related
parameters in the Call mode.
• The Scan function is deactivated in the Call mode.
• The CALL channel reprogramming is possible but it can't be deleted from the
memory channel mode.
4.8 Receiving
1. Turn on the unit.
2. Press the
key and rotate the dial to adjust the audio level as necessary.
3. Press the
key and rotate the dial to adjust the squelch level.
4. Select the frequency that you wish to operate by using the dial or the keypad.
When a signal is received on the frequency that you selected,
and S-meter
are displayed on the LCD, then the received signal can be heard. The green RX
indicator also lights at this time.
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4.Basic Operation
4.8.1 Monitor Function
In case the receiving signal is weak and the audio is intermittently cut off by the
squelch, press the MONI key. As long as this key is pressed, the squelch including
TSQ/DCS unmutes making the audio easier to hear.
• The squelch is unmuted while the MONI key is pressed, regardless of the squelch
level setting.
• This function unmutes the squelch even if the DCS and Tone Squelch functions are
set.
4.9 Transmitting
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1. Select the frequency by using the dial or keypad.
2. Press the PTT key.
The red TX indicator turns on while transmitting.
3. While holding down the PTT key, speak into the unit at normal voice from the
distance of 5cm (2").
4. Release the PTT key to receive.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
• To transmit a tone-burst signal, press the MONI key while holding down the
PTT key.
• Speaking too loud, too close or too far from the unit may distort the audio.
• "OFF" appears on the display and a beep sounds when the PTT key is pressed
with the TX frequency set out of the TX range. You can not transmit in this state.
• The communication distance changes by the environment.
4.9.1 Selecting the Output Level
Press the FUNC key, and while
is displayed on the LCD, press the
key to
switch transmission power output.
Every time you repeat this operation, the display changes as follows depending on the
output level selected:
•
is displayed with
on the power meter. (Low power output)
•
is displayed with
on the power meter. (Middle power output)
• Nothing is displayed with
on the power meter. (High power output)
The initial setting is low power.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
The output level can't be altered while transmitting.
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5.Useful Functions
5. Useful Functions
5.1 Scan Modes
The scan function automatically searches the receiving signals. There are 2 modes for
scan-resume condition.
• Busy Scan: The scan stops when a signal is detected, stays until the signal is gone
then resumes scanning.
• Timer Scan: The scan stops when a signal is detected, and resumes scanning after 5
seconds regardless of receiving status (TIMER1 setting).
During scanning, the 1MHz decimal point ( ) on the frequency display flashes.
Press any key other than the MONI key to stop scanning.
Scanning starts in the direction of the last dial operation (up or down).
NOTE:
Please refer to the Set mode to switch the setting between Timer and Busy scan modes
(page 46).
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5.1.1 VFO-Scan
1. Use the
2. Press the
of one step.
key to select the VFO mode.
key to start scanning. The unit scans in accordance with the order
3. Rotate the dial clockwise/counter-clockwise to change the scan direction.
VFO-scan scans the entire frequency range.
4. Press any key other than the MONI key to stop scanning.
5.1.2 Memory-Scan
1. Use the
key to select the Memory mode.
2. Press the
key to start memory scanning.
3. Rotate the dial clockwise/counter-clockwise to change the scan direction.
Memory-scan scans all programmed memory channels.
4. Press any key other than the MONI key to stop scanning.
NOTE:
Please set the squelch level correctly before scanning, even in the TSQ scanning the
normal squelch level adjustment is required to activate this function.
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5.Useful Functions
5.1.3 Setting Skip Channels
You can select the memory channels that you wish to skip during the memory-scan.
• Press the FUNC key in the Memory mode, and while
is displayed, press the
key to set the currently selected memory channel as a skip channel.
Use the same procedure to clear the skip channel setting.
• The 10MHz decimal point appears for memory channels that are set as skip
channels.
NOTE:
The Call channel and Repeater-Access memory are automatically skipped
during scanning.
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5.2 Keylock
Press the FUNC key, and while
is displayed, press the
key to set the Keylock
function on, and repeat the same to quit.
When the Keylock is on, the
is displayed on the LCD.
When the Keylock is on, other than the following, all operations are blocked.
* PTT
* LAMP * MONI * VOL
* SQL
* Tone-burst
* POWER ON/OFF
* DTMF tone
* VOX sensitivity
NOTE:
Keylock function can't be activated on the Repeater-Access function memory
setting channel.
5.3 Tone-Burst
This function is to generate an audible tone to access European repeaters.
• To output the tone-burst tone, press the MONI key while holding down the PTT key.
The tone is transmitted as long as the MONI key is pressed.
The initial setting for the tone-burst tone is 1750Hz, but this can be changed in the
Set mode (page 49).
• While transmitting the tone-burst tone, the CTCSS/DCS tone is temporary
suspended.
• The transmitting tone can't be monitored.
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5.Useful Functions
5.4 Naming Memory Channels
In the Memory mode, it is possible to display up to 7 alphanumeric characters (Nametag) instead of conventional frequency display.
5.4.1 Setting Name-Tag
1. Select the memory channel.
2. Press the FUNC key, and while
is displayed press the
key.
3. [A ] flashes on the display.
4. Rotate the dial to select a character to be the first digit.
5. Press the
flashing.
key to input the next character. The previous character will stop
6. Repeat the same sequence as necessary.
Press the
key during setting to delete all characters.
7. Press any key (except MONI,
,
) to complete the setting.
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5.4.2 Using the Channel Name Function
• Programmed memory channels are displayed with alphanumeric characters. The
channel number is displayed as it normally is.
• Press the FUNC key to display the frequency display for 5 seconds. Pressing certain
keys during this 5 sec period may immediately recall the alphanumeric display,
while other keys access their allocated functions.
5.5 Lamp
Press the FUNC key, and while
is displayed on the LCD, press the MONI key to
illuminate the display and DTMF keypad.
• The backlight automatically switches off if there is no key operation for 5 seconds.
• Pressing any key other than the LAMP key extends the LAMP function for another 5
seconds.
• Turning on the power while pressing the MONI key illuminates the backlight
permanently. Repeat the same to turn it off.
• When the lamp is set for the "permanent-on" position, pressing the FUNC key then
the MONI key to turn on/off the backlight.
NOTE:
The LAMP function consumes battery. The "permanent-on" position is
recommended only for the operation using an external power source.
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6.Selective Calling
6. Selective Calling
■ Selective Calling Operations
• To communicate only with selected stations, use either the Tone Squelch or the DCS
function.
The Tone Squelch function unmutes the squelch only when a signal added with one
of the matching 39 CTCSS tone frequencies is received.
• The DCS function unmutes the squelch only when a signal added with one of
matching 104 digital codes is received.
• It isn't possible to use the Tone Squelch and DCS functions at the same time.
6.1 Tone Squelch (TSQ)
6.1.1 Setting the Tone Squelch
1. Press the FUNC key, and while
is displayed on the LCD, press the
key to display the current TSQ settings. Each time the
key is pressed,
the display shows:
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88.5
88.5
TCS-OF
• When only
is displayed, the unit encodes the CTSS tone.
• When
is displayed, the unit encodes and decodes the CTCSS tone.
2. Rotate the dial while the tone frequency is displayed to select one of the 39 CTCSS
tones shown below. The tone can be set for encode/decode separately (refer to
page 37 for details).
67.0
94.8
131.8
186.2
69.3
97.4
136.5
192.8
71.9
100.0
141.3
203.5
74.4
103.5
146.2
210.7
77.0
107.2
151.4
218.1
79.7
110.9
156.7
225.7
82.5
114.8
162.2
233.6
85.4
118.8
167.9
241.8
(unit: Hz)
88.5
91.5
123.0 127.3
173.8 179.9
250.3
3. Press any key other than the MONI key to complete the setting. Observe that both
and
are displayed.
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6.Selective Calling
6.1.2 Switching Off the Tone Squelch
Press the
key in Tone Squelch Setting mode to select TCS-OF, then press any
key other than the MONI key to complete the setting.
6.1.3 To Differentiate the ENC/EDC Tones
It is possible to set the encode and decode tones independently in the Tone Squelch
Setting mode.
• To set the encode tone, when
displayed, select a desired tone. The decode tone is
set automatically to the same tone.
• To differentiate the decode tone, select another tone in
status.
6.1.4 Tone Squelch Operation
The squelch unmutes only when the signal with the same decoding-setting tone is
received.
6.2 DCS
6.2.1 Setting the DCS
1. Press the FUNC key, and while
is displayed on the LCD, press the
key.
"
" is displayed on the LCD, and the DCS code is displayed. The initial
setting is 023.
Each time you press the
key, the display switches between:
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DCS
023
DCS-OF
2. Press any key other than the MONI key to complete the setting. Observe that
"
" is displayed.
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6.Selective Calling
6.2.2 Changing the DCS Code
1. Rotate the dial in DCS Code Setting mode (while "
" is displayed).
2. Press any key other than the MONI key to complete the setting.
• The same DCS code is set for ENC/DEC, differential setting isn't available.
One of the following 104 DCS codes can be selected.
023
025
026
031
032
036
043
054
065
071
072
073
074
114
125
131
132
134
143
145
152
165
172
174
205
212
223
225
245
246
251
252
255
261
263
274
306
311
315
325
331
332
356
364
365
371
411
412
413
445
446
452
454
455
462
464
506
516
523
526
532
546
565
627
631
632
654
662
664
703
732
734
743
754
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047
115
155
226
265
343
423
465
606
712
051
116
156
243
266
346
431
466
612
723
053
122
162
244
271
351
432
503
624
731
6.2.3 Switching Off DCS
Select DCS-OF in the DCS Code Setting mode to turn it off.
6.2.4 DCS Operation
The squelch unmutes only when the unit receives the matching code.
6.2.5 DET Mode in DCS Operation
■ DET Setting
If the DET mode in DCS operation is preferred, while in the DCS Code Setting mode
and DCS-OF is displayed, rotate the dial to eliminate the hyphen (DCS OF) then
proceed with the rest of setting sequence.
DET on DCS function stands for Detect-Only mode. In DCS operation, the TX signal
carries a digital code. The RX side, just like TSQ, detects this tone stream and
determines the squelch operation. This DCS code stream is transmitted all the way
through the communication like a CTCSS tone and it is necessary for receiver to
correctly and CONTINUOUSLY receive this DCS stream to hold the squelch open,
otherwise the CPU thinks that the signal is unwanted and it closes the squelch. But
due to noise or weak signal strength etc, sometimes it is difficult to continuously
receive a DCS stream. By activating DET, the receiver opens the squelch when the
first corresponding DCS stream is received, then thereafter, regardless of the status of
the DCS codes, the DCS squelch remains opened.
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6.Selective Calling
■ Advantage of DET
It enables DCS squelch operation even in poorer signal conditions.
■ Disadvantage of DET
When it is activated, suppose 2 stations are sharing the same channel and using the
DCS selective-calling technique and transmitting at the same time. After station A
with its corresponding DCS is gone, you may still hear station B even his DCS code is
different from A, although he can't open your DCS squelch by his signal alone.
6.3 DTMF Tone Encoding
■ To Manually Transmit DTMF Tones
1. Press the numeric, alphabetic or symbol keys while holding down the PTT key.
The tones sound as long as the key is pressed.
2. Up to 16 characters of manually transmitted DTMF tones are automatically stored
for redialing. Refer to "Redial" (page 41) for operation.
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6.Selective Calling
6.4 Auto Dialer
The DTMF tones can be stored in the memory to automatically transmit.
6.4.1 Setting the Auto Dialer
• All 16 DTMF tones up to 16 characters are available for each of 9 memories and "M
st" memory called an Auto Dialer memory.
■ Programming the Auto Dialer Memories
1. Press the FUNC key, and while
is displayed on the LCD, press the
key to
enter the Dialer Setting mode. The "M1" appears.
There are six space available for characters on the display, and nothing is displayed initially.
2. Select a desired Auto Dialer memory channel from M1 to M9 and Mst by rotating
the dial.
• The "Mst" memory is explained on page 51 "STB-DT"
3. Use the DTMF key to input the DTMF tones.
For example: when programming 123456789, the display changes as follows:
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[
1] –> [
12] –> [
[345678] –> [456789]
123] –> [ 1234] –> [ 12345] –> [123456] –> [234567] –>
• To set a pause instead of a tone, press the FUNC key, and while
press the
key. "-" is displayed for a pause.
The pausing time is approx. 1 second.
• Press the FUNC key, and while
to see the hidden characters.
is displayed ,
is displayed, rotate the dial to scroll the display
• To clear the programming, press the FUNC key, and while
is displayed, press the
key.
4. Press the PTT key to complete the programming.
6.4.2 Generating the Auto Dialer Codes
Please program the Auto Dialer memory channel(s) in advance.
1. Press the FUNC key, and press the
key. "DIAL" is displayed on the LCD.
2. Press one of the
to
key (corresponding to memory #1~#9) to
automatically generate the DTMF tones.
■ Auto Dialer Operation While Transmitting
1. While pressing the PTT key, press the FUNC key. "DIAL" is displayed on the
LCD. Don't release the PTT to proceed.
2. Press one of the
to
tones stored in memories.
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or
key to automatically transmit the DTMF
6.Selective Calling
6.4.3 Redial (While Receiving)
This function generates the last DTMF tones used by the unit.
1. Press the FUNC key, and while
is displayed on the LCD, press the
key.
2. Press the
key. The last DTMF tones (either the auto dialer code or a
manually input DTMF code) is automatically generated from the speaker. The unit
doesn't transmit the tones in this operation.
3. To transmit, press the FUNC key while pressing the PTT key, then the
key.
Please note that you must operate the DTMF tones at least once to proceed above.
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7.Special Functions
7. Special Functions
7.1 Repeater-Access
1. In the VFO/Memory/Call channel mode, select the channel to which you wish to
apply the Repeater-Access setting.
2. Press the FUNC key, and while
is displayed on the LCD, press the
The Repeater-Access setting is applied to the operating frequency.
key.
NOTE:
Preset parameters on the Repeater-Access function memory will be effective at
any frequency. Repeater-Access parameters have priorities over the parameters
programmed in the VFO/memory/CALL modes.
Reverse operation is possible by pressing the
key.
The repeater function releases temporary and you can transmit on the frequency
originally used for the repeater downlink while monitoring the uplink frequency.
Press
again to go back to the normal repeater mode.
The
icon flashes during the reverse operation.
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7.2 Program Scan
This is a type of VFO scan, but by setting the frequency range of the VFO into PH and
PL channels, it only scans between those frequencies.
With setting the PH and PL properly, up to 3 Program scan ranges will be available.
1. Enter the Memory mode and set the PL and PH
The Highest band edge
frequency into the designated memory channels. Range (1)
Refer to Memory setting for the proper sequence.
PH
2. Return to VFO mode by pressing
key. Set
the VFO to the frequency within the range to be
program-scanned.
3. Press the
key to start scanning.During this
scan mode, "P" flashes after memory channel
display.
4. Press any key other than the MONI key to stop
scanning.
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(2)
PL
(3)
The Lowet band edge
7.Special Functions
7.3 VOX
This function allows to transmit without using the PTT by simply speaking into the
microphone. When you have stopped speaking, the unit will return to receive.
1. Press the FUNC key and while
is displayed on the LCD, press the
key to
display the VOX setting.
2. Rotate the dial to select the using microphone.
VO-OFF
VO-IN
VO-OUT
VO-OFF : VOX function OFF
VO-IN : Internal mic
VO-OUT : Option mic
3. Adjust the VOX sensitivity level. Press the
key.
4. Rotate the dial and adjust for the volume of your voice when transmitting.
The VOX sensitivity can be set from 1 (low) to 7 (high). When the VOX sensitivity
is set to 0, the VOX function is disabled.
5. Press any key other than the MONI key, PTT key and
key to finish setting.
NOTE:
• When the sensitivity is raised too high, there may be cases when quieter voices
and/or nearby sounds are unintentionally transmitted.
• When the VOX is active, you can't transmit using the PTT key.
• Even when the sensitivity is properly adjusted, there may be cases when the
radio transmits when there are loud sounds nearby.
• When the VOX feature is active, you can't transmit tone calls, DTMF or autodials.
• During VOX, the 100MHz decimal point ( ) on the frequency display flashes.
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7.4 ALERT
1. Press the FUNC key and while
is displayed on the LCD, press the
key.
2. Alert signal is transmitted for 5 seconds, and the sound is emitted from the speaker.
3. The alarm stops if any key is pressed.
• An alarm-tone feature is useful to attract monitoring stations attentions.
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7.Special Functions
7.5 Battery Type Setting
Select the correct battery type from Ni-MH battery pack, Li-ion battery pack and
Alkaline dry cells in order to display the battery-level icon correctly and to perform
the battery-charge using the DC-jack.
1. Press the
key for more than 2 seconds.
2. Rotate the dial to select battery type.
• BAT-NI : Ni-MH battery pack (But doesn't charge from DC-Jack)
• BAT-LI : Li-ion battery pack
• BAT-AL : Alkaline dry cells
• BAT-N+ : Charging the Ni-MH Battery Pack from DC-Jack.
NOTE:
• Please be sure to select BAT-AL when using a dry cell case otherwise it may
risk a leak of battery liquid, heat or explosion of the battery cells and the
battery case.
7.6 Battery Refresh
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Repeating improper recharge of the Ni-MH battery pack may cause so-called the
"memory effect" that the battery holds less charge. To avoid this, it is recommended
to fully discharge the battery pack then full charge. This function helps discharging
the battery pack. Please remove the unit from a charger or a DC cable before this
operation.
1. Activate the Keylock (page 34).
2. Press the
key twice, the
key twice, the
key twice and then the
key twice.
"DISCHG" will be displayed on the LCD, and the
battery-refresh starts.
3. To cancel this operation, just turn off the unit, turn it on again.
4. The unit will turn off automatically when finished the refresh.
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8.Set Mode
8. Set Mode
The Set mode is used to customize the various operational parameters of your DJ-V57.
8.1 Set Mode Operation
This chart shows the available parameters in the Set mode.
Menu
Default setting
Function
01
BS-1
Battery save
02
TIMER1
Scan setting
03
BEP-ON
Beep sound
04
VOD-OF
VOX delay time setting
05
APO-OF
Auto power off
06
NORMAL
FM/NFM setting
07
ATT-OF
Attenuator setting
08
SFT-OF
CPU clock frequency shift
09
BCL-OF
Busy channel lock out
10
1750
Tone burst frequency
11
T-OFF
Time out timer setting
12
TP-OFF
TOT penalty setting
13
DWT-01
DTMF wait time setting
14
DF-60
DTMF first digit burst time setting
15
DB-60
DTMF burst time setting
16
DP-60
DTMF pause time setting
17
STB-OF
Stand by beep
18
MID-05
MID power setting
FUNC key
MONI key
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8.2 Entering the Set Mode
1. Press the FUNC key for at least 2 seconds.
The unit enters the Set mode.
"BS-1" is displayed as a factory-default.
2. Press the MONI key or FUNC key to select a menu.
The Monitor function can't be used in this status.
3. Rotate the dial to change the parameter.
4. Press any key other than the MONI key and FUNC key to complete the settings.
The last operated menu will be selected the next time you enter the Set mode.
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8.Set Mode
8.3 Available Parameters
8.3.1 Menu 1 Battery Save (BS) Function
This function prevents useless battery consumption by switching the power ON/OFF
at a fixed ratio if there is no key operation or receiving signal for a continuous period
of 5 seconds or more.
1. BS-1 is displayed on the LCD.
2. Rotate the dial to select BS-1, BS-2 or OFF.
BS-1 saves the more amount of battery but may cause slight delay on receiving. BS-2 allows
smoother communication but saves the less amount of battery. OFF cancels the BS function.
BS-1
BS-2
BS-OFF
• The factory setting is BS-1.
• The Battery Save function is temporarily suspended when a key is operated or a
signal is received.
• Set this parameter OFF for packet operation.
• The display remain unchanged even the BS function is in the OFF cycle.
8.3.2 Menu 2 Timer/Busy Scan Setting
Select the scan-resume condition in this menu (page 33).
1. TIMER1 is displayed on the LCD.
2. Rotate the dial to select TIMER1, TIMER2 or BUSY.
TIMER1
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TIMER2
BUSY
Stop time
• TIMER1 : 5s
• TIMER2 : 2.5s
8.3.3 Menu 3 Beep Function
Select OFF to turn off all the beep sounds inclusive of alerting beeps.
1. BEP-ON is displayed on the LCD.
2. Rotate the dial to select the beep setting on and off.
BEP-ON
BEP-OF
8.3.4 Menu 4 VOX delay time setting
When VOX is used, the transmitting is delayed. This function prevents the transmitting
of unexpected noise.
1. VOD-OF is displayed on the LCD.
2. Rotate the dial to select the VOX delay setting on and off.
VOD-OF
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VOD-ON
8.Set Mode
8.3.5 Menu 5 Auto-Power-Off Setting
This function prevents the batteries from being exhausted when you forget to switch
off the power.
1. APO-OF is displayed on the LCD.
2. The auto power off setting will change between ON and OFF when the dial is
turned.
3. When the setting is set to ON,
is displayed on the LCD.
APO-OF
APO-ON
■ APO Operation
After having activated the APO and about 30 minutes elapse without any key-operation,
the unit turns off automatically alerting with a beep sound. The time to Auto-Power-Off
is determined by the last key operation only, not the last signal received.
8.3.6 Menu 6 FM / NFM Setting
Use this function to select the deviation width of FM.
1. NORMAL is displayed on the LCD.
2. Rotate the dial to select the deviation setting between NORMAL (FM) and
NARROW (NFM).
3. When the setting is NARROW,
is displayed on the LCD.
NORMAL
NARROW
Max. deviation
• FM :
±5kHz
• Narrow FM : ±2.5kHz
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8.3.7 Menu 7 ATT (Attenuator) Setting
Use this function when the receiving signal is interfered by strong signals of nearby
channels. When you activate this function, the transceiver attenuates the receiving
sensitivity.
1. ATT-OF is displayed on the LCD.
2. Rotate the dial to change the ATT level. There are 2 levels; ATT-1 attenuates the
received signal by 10dB and ATT-2 does 20dB.
ATT-OF
ATT-1
3. When the setting is set to ATT-1 or ATT-2,
ATT-2
is displayed on the LCD.
• Activate this function only when you have a trouble caused by strong signal.
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8.Set Mode
8.3.8 Menu 8 Clock Shift Setting
In the unlikely event that you may hear a weak noise always on the same frequency, it
may be so-called a CPU-clock noise. Unfortunately this is due to the circuit-design of
this product and can't be eliminated, but can be moved away to another frequency.
1. SFT-OF is displayed on the LCD.
2. Rotate the dial to select the clock shift setting on and off.
SFT-OF
SFT-ON
NOTE:
This function isn't a noise-blanker. Also, since not all noises are due to a CPUclock noise, the clock shift setting may not be effective.
8.3.9 Menu 9 Busy Channel Lockout Setting
This function restricts the PTT (transmit) operation.
1. BCL-OF is displayed on the LCD.
2. Rotate the dial to select the Busy Channel Lockout setting on and off.
BCL-OF
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BCL-ON
When Busy Channel Lockout is set to on, transmission is possible only in the
following conditions (and isn't possible otherwise).
The alarm sounds if the PTT key is pressed when transmission is prohibited.
1) When no signal is being received (BUSY isn't displayed).
2) When the tone matches and the squelch is unmuted based on the Tone Squelch
setting conditions.
3) When the codes match and the squelch is unmuted based on the DCS setting
conditions.
8.Set Mode
8.3.10 Menu 10 Tone-Burst Frequency Setting
1. 1750 is displayed on the LCD.
2. Rotate the dial to select the tone-burst frequency.
1750
2100
1000
1450
(unit: Hz)
8.3.11 Menu 11 Time Out Timer (TOT) Setting
This function stops the transmission automatically when the continuous transmission
time exceeds the set time.
1. T-OFF is displayed on the LCD.
2. Rotate the dial to change the TOT time.
TOT time can be set to a maximum of 450 sec.
OFF
30
60
90
-----
450
(unit: seconds)
8.3.12 Menu 12 TOT Penalty Time
This parameter determines the time to resume the transmission after the unit is forced
to quit transmitting by TOT.
1. TP-OFF is displayed on the LCD.
2. Rotate the dial to change the TOT Penalty Time setting.
TP-OFF
TP-1
-----
TP-4
-----
TP-15
(unit: seconds)
Transmission is prohibited until the penalty time elapses.
• An alert beep sounds when the PTT key is pressed during the penalty time.
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8.Set Mode
NOTE:
The following 4 menus explain the Auto Dialer DTMF tone parameters. Please
refer to the chart at the end for details.
8.3.13 Menu 13 DTMF WAIT Time
Use this parameter to delay the time to start transmitting the DTMF tones in Auto
Dialer operation. The initial setting is 100ms.
1. DWT-01 is displayed on the LCD.
2. Rotate the dial to change the DTMF wait time setting.
DWT-01
-----
DWT-05
-----
DWT-10
(unit: 100ms)
8.3.14 Menu 14 DTMF First Digit Burst Time
It often happens that the radios fail to receive the very beginning instant of each
communication due to squelch/TSQ/DCS etc. By setting the burst time of the first
digit longer, the risk to miss the first DTMF tone will decrease.
1. DB-60 is displayed on the LCD.
2. Rotate the dial to select the initial-character burst time.
DF-20
-----
DF-100
-----
DF-200
(unit: ms)
8.3.15 Menu 15 DTMF Burst Time
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This parameter determines the length of DTMF tones.
1. DP-60 is displayed on the LCD.
2. Rotate the dial to change the DTMF burst time setting.
DB-20
-----
DB-100
-----
DB-200
(unit: ms)
8.3.16 Menu 16 DTMF Pause Time
This parameter determines the length of pause time between the tones.
1. DP-60 is displayed on the LCD.
2. Rotate the dial to change the DTMF pause time setting.
DP-20
50
-----
DP-100
-----
DP-200
(unit: ms)
8.Set Mode
The DTMF Timing Chart
PTT ON
WAIT Time
DTMF code
First Digit Pause
Burst Time Time
DTMF code
DTMF code
Burst
Time
Burst
Time
Pause
Time
8.3.17 Menu17 Stand-by Beep/DTMF Setting
By activating this function, a short beep or DTMF tone code sounds to indicate that
your transmission is end.
1. STB-OF is displayed on the LCD.
2. Rotate the dial to switch the display as shown below.
STB-OF
STB-BE
STB-DT
• STB-BE
Short beep sounds to indicate that your transmission is end.
• STB-DT
The DTMF tones can be transmitted at the end.
Write the DTMF tones in "M St" of the Auto Dialer memory.
Please refer to "Programming the Auto Dialer Memories" (page 40)
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8.Set Mode
8.3.18 Menu18 Mid power
RF output of the mid power can be customized.
Variable range is from 1 to 3W approximately.
Default setting: About 2W (05)
1. MID-05 is displayed on the LCD.
2. Rotate the dial to select the power level.
3. Press PTT to transmit.You can still very the setting in this state. Press any key other
than PTT or FUNC to complete the setting and return to the operating mode.
00
Lower output
01
--- 04
05
About 2W
06 ---
Higher output
09
10
NOTE:
The transmission power may vary depending on the condition of the battery
pack.
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DTMF pause time setting
Stand by beep
MID power setting
MID-05
DTMF wait time setting
DWT-01
STB-OF
TOT penalty setting
TP-OFF
DP-60
Time out timer setting
T-OFF
DTMF first digit burst time setting
Tone burst frequency
1750
DTMF burst time setting
Busy channel lock out
BCL-OF
DB-60
CPU clock frequency shift
SFT-OF
DF-60
Attenuator setting
ATT-OF
Auto power off
NORMAL FM/NFM setting
Beep sound
APO-OF
Scan setting
BEP-ON
VOD-OF VOX delay time setting
Battery save
TIMER1
Reference (Set mode)
• Cut out the Set Mode Function List below for use as a quick reference.
BS-1
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9.Cloning and Packet Operation
9. Cloning and Packet Operation
9.1 Cloning
The memory data and customized operational parameters can be transferred from a
Master unit to other DJ-V57 (Slave units).
9.1.1 Cable Connection
• Make sure that both units are turned off before connecting the cable.
• Connect the Microphone/Speaker jack on the Master unit with the Slave unit using
an optional clone cable (EDS-11) as shown below, then turn on both units.
To the MIC/SP jack on the Master unit
To the MIC/SP jack on the Slave unit
* Be sure to securely screw the plug all the way down to the bottom of the jack.
9.1.2 Master/Slave Units
Press the PTT key three times while holding down
the MONI key.
"CLONE" is displayed on the LCD.
NOTE:
This operation is required also to program the data using utility software.
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9.Cloning and Packet Operation
9.1.3 Master Unit Operation
1. In the Clone mode, press the PTT key of the
master unit. "SD***" is displayed on the LCD,
and starts the data-transfer.
2. After the transfer is completed successfully,
"PASS" is displayed.
3. Turn off the unit. Repeat the same sequence to
clone more units.
Stop moving the SD***, COMERR etc. on the display means that the cloning is
failed. Please read below and repeat the procedure.
9.1.4 Slave Unit Operation
1. When the data is sent from the master unit,
"LD***" is displayed on the receiving unit, and the
data-transfer starts.
2. After the transfer is completed, "PASS" is
displayed.
3. After the cloning is done, turn off the unit by
pressing the
key and remove the cable.
Repeat the same sequence to clone more units.
In case the transfer fails, please turn off the slave unit and perform the reset sequence
(page 57) to turn on again before retry. If you quit cloning of this slave unit, please reset
it anyway otherwise it may not work properly.
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Caution
• Don't disconnect the cable during data transmission. If you disconnect the
cable at this time, "COMERR" is displayed on the LCD of the master unit,
and transmission is aborted.
• When data transfer is performed using the Clone function, all settings in the
slave unit are overwritten by the master unit settings.
There is NO data back-up available in unit's memory.
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9.Cloning and Packet Operation
9.2 Packet Operation
Packet operation is one of the data communication methods, which enables data
transmission and reception with a personal computer through an optional TNC unit
available from third-parties.
9.2.1 Packet Operation Connections
Connect the packet communication TNC (Terminal Node Controller) terminals to the
SP (Ø3.5 mm plug) and MIC (Ø2.5 mm plug ) connectors on the top of the transceiver.
• Input level adjustment: The unit doesn't have microphone and speaker level
adjustment circuit. Adjust their level on the TNC side.
• Output level adjustment: Use the audio output (
key) of the unit to adjust the
output level from MIC/SP terminal.
EDS-14 jack
Optional TNC
3.5ø PLUG
SP
T
SP jack 3.5ø
GND
N
MIC
C
PTT
GND
(Low)
10µF
2.5ø PLUG
MIC jack 2.5ø
10kΩ
5.0V
DJ-V57
EDS-14 plug
3
2
5.0V
1
SP
MIC
SP
GND
GND
MIC
5V OUT
1
2
3
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*Power is supplied from internal 5V line through 100Ω resistor.
Caution
• Refer to the TNC's instruction manual when connecting the TNC unit to other
devices (personal computer etc.). If the unit, TNC unit and connected personal
computer are set too close, noise between them may cause interference.
• Turn the battery save function off during packet operations.
• DJ-V57 operates up to 1200bps only.
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10.Maintenance and Reference
10. Maintenance and Reference
10.1 Troubleshooting
Please check the list below before concluding that the unit needs to be serviced. If a
problem persists, please reset the unit. The setting/CPU program-related troubles are
often resolved by the reset.
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Action
Possible Cause
Symptom
Check that the battery pack terminals are
Nothing appears on Poor battery pack
clean, and pack is correctly attached.
connection.
the display when
turning on the power. Battery is exhausted. Recharge or replace the battery
(pages 60-65).
You are releasing the Hold the power key down until the display
shows figures.
key too quickly.
Adjust the audio level (page 23).
Volume too low.
No Speaker audio.
No reception.
Squelch level too high. Adjust the squelch (page 23).
Turn off tone squelch (page 37).
Tone squelch is on.
Turn off DCS (page 38).
DCS is on.
You are pressing the PTT Release PTT key.
key and transmitting.
Reset the unit (page 57).
Frequency display is CPU error.
See Naming Memory Channels function
incorrect.
A channel name is
(page 35).
set.
Won't scan.
Squelch is unmuted. Set squelch so that noise mutes (page 23).
Turn off Keylock (page 34).
Frequency and
Keylock is on.
memory number
Transceiver is in the Select the VFO or Memory mode.
don't change.
Call mode.
Turn off Keylock (page 34).
Key entry not possible. Keylock is on.
Set the correct parameters to suit your
Incorrect setting of
Repeater-Access
local repeaters (page 30).
parameters.
can't be used.
Battery is exhausted. Recharge or replace the battery
Can't transmit.
(pages 60-65).
Display flashes or goes
out when you transmit.
Not pressing the PTT Press the PTT key and confirm that TX/RX
Can't transmit.
lamp lights red.
key firmly enough.
Can't talk to other
Be sure that you are in the TX range
Off-frequency.
stations.
and/or check shift status.
Incorrect frequency. Check the shift status/repeater settings.
Battery is exhausted. Recharge battery or replace the battery
The display flashes
(pages 60-65).
or disappears during
reception.
• Please be advised that the water-proof shields including jack caps are subject to
consume. The factory warranty for IPX7-grade water-proof is 1 year. Please consult
with your local dealer when further service-assistance may be necessary. Please visit
alinco.com's "DISTRIBUTION" menu to locate the nearest dealer.
• For the DJ-V57, updated firmware (operating program written on the chip inside the
transceiver) may be delivered from the web site.
10.Maintenance and Reference
10.2 Resetting
10.2.1 All Resetting
When you reset the unit, all settings are returned to the initial factory settings. The
reset deletes the programmed memory channels also.
1. Turn on the unit with the FUNC and
keys pressed together.
2. All the icons appear on the display.
Release the keys. All display will disappear for 2 seconds, and then reappear. The
initial mode is the VFO.
NOTE:
THE ALL RESET DELETES ALL THE MEMOORIES.
Please take notes of the important data and keep it for future reference.
There is no way to restore the memory data once it's deleted.
10.2.2 Partial Resetting
When you perform partial resetting, all settings except the programmed memory
channels are returned to the factory defaults.
1. Turn on the unit with the FUNC key pressed.
2. All the icons appear on the display.
Release the keys. All display will disappear for 2 seconds, and then reappear. The
initial mode is the VFO.
Factory default settings
VFO/CALL Frequency (VHF)
VFO/CALL Frequency (UHF)
Memory Channel
Channel Step
Shift
Offset Frequency (VHF)
Offset Frequency (UHF)
Tone Setting
Tone Frequency
DCS Setting
DCS Code
Transmitter Output
Auto Dialer Code
Keylock
Time-Out-Timer
Auto-Power-Off
Volume Level
Squelch Level
Repeater Shift
Repeater Offset Frequency (VHF)
Repeater Offset Frequency (UHF)
Repeater Tone Setting
DJ-V57T
145.000MHz
445.000MHz
0∼199ch Blank
5kHz
None
0.6MHz
5MHz
None
88.5Hz
None
23
Low
None
off
0ff
off
15
3
0.6MHz
5MHz
88.5Hz
DJ-V57E
145.000MHz
435.000MHz
0∼199ch Blank
12.5kHz
None
0.6MHz
7.6MHz
None
88.5Hz
None
23
Low
None
off
off
off
15
3
0.6MHz
7.6MHz
88.5Hz
DJ-V57T1
145.000MHz
415.000MHz
0∼199ch Blank
5kHz
None
0.6MHz
5MHz
None
88.5Hz
None
23
Low
None
off
0ff
off
15
3
0.6MHz
5MHz
88.5Hz
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10.Maintenance and Reference
10.3 Options
EBP-63/64
Li-ion Battery Pack (DC 7.4V 1100mAh / 1600mAh)
EBP-65/66
Ni-MH Battery Pack (DC 7.2V 700mAh / 2000mAh)
EDC-36
Mobile Cigarette Lighter Adapter with Active Noise Filter
EDC-37
External DC Power Supply Cable
EDC-43
Mobile Cigarette Lighter Cable for Charging Ni-MH Packs
EDC-143T/E/UK Ni-MH Trickle Battery Charger (T:120V / E:230V / UK:230V UK plug)
EDC-143R
Multiple-Charger Basket (An external DC power supply required)
EDC-144A/E/UK Rapid Battery Charger (A:120V / E:230V / UK:230V UK plug)
EDC-144R
Multiple-Charger Basket (An external DC power supply required)
EDC-159T/E
Rapid Li-ion Battery Charger (T:120V / E:230V)
EDC-160T/E
Rapid Ni-MH Battery Charger (T:120V / E:230V)
EDC-146/147/148 Wall Charger (T:120V / E:230V / UK:230V UK plug)
EDH-34
Dry Cell Case
EDS-14
Microphone/Speaker Cable
EDS-11
Clone Cable
EME-4
Earphone Microphone*
EME-6
Earphone*
EME-26
Earphone* (curl-cord)
EME-12A
Headset with VOX*
EME-13A
Earphone and MIC with VOX*
EME-15A
Tie-pin MIC with VOX*
EME-32A
Heavy-duty Earphone Microphone
EME-34A
Earphone Microphone*
EME-36A
Earphone Microphone
EMS-47
Speaker Microphone with Audio Control*
EMS-59
Speaker Microphone*
EMS-62
Speaker Microphone
ERW-7
PC Programming cable (USB port)*
ESC-41
Soft Case (For all battery packs)
• Please purchase an optional EDS-14 cable to operate optional accessories marked * .
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NOTE:
Please be advised that some of the accessories listed above are not RoHS
compliant at the moment this manual has been edited, and they are intended for
the sales to where RoHS order is not effective. Please consult with your local
dealer for any updates about RoHS compliance of our products before purchase.
Use of external power source cables are at your own risk per IEC/EN60950-1.
Please refer to "Limited Power Source" on page 11 for details.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
All accessories except EBP-63/64/65/66 and soft cases above listed are NOT
water-proof. Never use these accessories in wet conditions.
10.Maintenance and Reference
• When using EDC-36, EDC-37, EDC-43, EDC-146, EDC-147, connect them to the
unit first before turning on the unit.
• EBP-63, 64, 65 and 66 are IPX7-grade water-proof only when correctly attached and
used with DJ-V57.
10.3.1 Microphone/Speaker Cable (EDS-14)
1. Turn off the unit.
2. Turn the plug clockwise until it stops. Check to be
sure it is securely connected.
3. Connect the Microphone/Speaker plugs to the each
jack.
Plug
Speaker jack
(φ3.5)
Microphone jack
(φ2.5)
10.3.2 Battery Packs
The battery packs aren't fully charged when shipped.
Please charge the pack completely before use.
■ Available Battery Packs for DJ-V57:
EBP-63
Li-ion Battery Pack (DC 7.4V 1100mAh)
EBP-64
Li-ion Battery Pack (DC 7.4V 1600mAh)
EBP-65
Ni-MH Battery Pack (DC 7.2V 700mAh)
EBP-66
Ni-MH Battery Pack (DC 7.2V 2000mAh)
■ Charging Battery Packs
Refer to the chart below for the combination of the proper battery pack and charger.
The ○ indicates the usable combination, (* hrs) means the approximate time
necessary to full charge the empty pack.
Battery Packs
Chargers
Trickle Charger EDC-143
Rapid Charger EDC-144
Wall Charger EDC-146/147/148
Li-ion Battery Pack
EBP-63
EBP-64
(2hrs)
(3hrs)
10
Ni-MH Battery Pack
EBP-65
EBP-66
(10hrs)
(14hrs)
(1.5hrs)
(3.5hrs)
(10hrs)
(30hrs)
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10.3.3 Using the Chargers
Caution
Please also read the "Warning" (page 7 of this manual) and the safety
instruction that is included in the accessories' package before operating for
your safety.
■ Charging with the EDC-143 (Trickle Charger)
Please make sure that following items are included in the package.
• EDC-143T: EDC-143 basket, EDC-146 adapter (AC 120V), insulation sheet
• EDC-143E: EDC-143 basket, EDC-147 adapter (AC 240V), insulation sheet
• EDC-143UK: EDC-143 basket, EDC-148 adapter (AC 240V), insulation sheet
• EDC-143R: EDC-143 basket, connection cable, insulation sheet, 2 screws,
connective stay
Caution
Before using them for the first time, attach the insulation sheet to cover the
screw-terminals at the bottom to avoid short-circuiting. Please refer to page 64
for instruction.
1. Connect the AC adapter plug to the DC-IN jack on
the back of the basket.
*The design of the AC adapter may vary
depending on the models.
AC adapter*
AC adapter plug
2. Connect the adapter to an outlet.
Basket
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3. Press the sides of the adjustment plate, and attach
it to the proper grooves of the basket according to
the size of the battery pack. Make sure that the
characters A, B and C on both sides of the stand
match each other and the plate is placed all the
way down to the bottom.
Adjustment
plate
Groove
Installation Positions of the Adjustment Plate
When mounting only the
battery (EBP-65)
A
B
C
A
B
C
A
B
C
EBP-66
A
B
C
EBP-65
When mounting the battery
attached to the unit (EBP-65)
When mounting only the
battery (EBP-66)
When mounting the battery
attached to the unit (EBP-66)
4. Mount the battery (with or without being attached
to the unit) in the basket as shown. Turn off the
unit while charging.
The red indicator on the basket turns on and
charging starts.
5. After charging time is elapsed (page 59), remove the battery pack from the basket.
The red indicator stays turned on as long as the pack is mounted on the basket
regardless of the charging status.
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Specifications
*The charging time may vary depending on the condition of the battery pack and the
temperature of the environment.
NOTE:
Refer to page 64 for information about how to charge the battery using
addtional baskets.
■ Charging with the EDC-144 (Quick Charger)
Please make sure that following items are included in the package
• EDC-144A: EDC-144 basket, EDC-112 adapter (AC 120V), insulation sheet
• EDC-144E: EDC-144 basket, EDC-151 adapter (AC 240V), insulation sheet
• EDC-144UK: EDC-144 basket, EDC-152 adapter (AC 240V), insulation sheet
• EDC-144R: EDC-144 basket, connection cable, insulation sheet, 2 screws,
connective stay
Caution
Before using them for the first time, attach the insulation sheet to cover the
screw-terminals to avoid short-circuiting. Please refer to page 65 for instruction.
1. Connect the AC adapter plug to the DC-IN jack on
the back of the basket.
*The design of the AC adapter may vary
depending on the models.
AC adapter*
AC adapter plug
2. Connect the adapter to an outlet.
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3. Press the sides of the adjustment plate, and attach
it to the proper grooves of the basket according to
the size of the battery pack. Make sure that the
characters A, B and C on both sides of the stand
match each other and the plate is placed all the
way down to the bottom.
Adjustment
plate
Groove
Installation Positions of the Adjustment Plate
When mounting only the
battery (EBP-63/65)
A
B
C
A
B
C
A
B
C
EBP-66
A
B
C
EBP-64
When mounting the battery
attached to the unit (EBP-64)
EBP-63/65
When mounting only the
battery (EBP-64)
When mounting the battery
attached to the unit
(EBP-63/65)
When mounting only the
battery (EBP-66)
When mounting the battery
attached to the unit (EBP-66)
4. Mount the battery (with or without being attached
to the unit) in the basket as shown. Turn off the
unit while charging.
The red indicator on the basket turns on and
charging starts.
5. The red indicator turns off when the charge is completed. Remove the battery pack
from the basket.
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NOTE:
The flashing red indicator means that the charger isn't working properly. Stop
using it immediately, remove the cord form the outlet and consult with your
local Alinco dealer.
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Specifications
*The charging time may vary depending on the condition of the battery pack and the
temperature of the environment.
■ Connecting Additional Baskets (EDC-143R/144R)
In order to use EDC-143R and EDC-144R, an optional power supply (IEC/EN 609501 compliant) of 1A/5A minimum respectively is required.
A DC cable isn't included in the package; the suggested DC cable is 20 AWG wire,
shorter than 1m (3feet) in length.
1. Make sure that the output voltage of the power supply is DC 12.0V.
2. Connect the terminals with the provided
connection cable, the red cable to the positive and
the black cable to the negative terminals.
The additional basket can be connected up to 5 in
the same way.
3. Connect the ends of the DC cable to the terminals
of the basket.
* This DC cable isn't provided in the products.
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4. Attach the connective stay and the insulation
sheets to cover the terminals to avoid shortcircuiting.
Caution
This insulation sheet marked * is provided to all EDC-143/144 series chargers.
Please be sure to cover the bottom of the charger with this sheet as shown
above to prevent short-circuiting before using them for the first time.
5. Connect the other ends of the DC cable to the
output terminals of the power supply.
Be mindful to the polarities of the terminals.
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10.3.4 Dry Cell Case
An EDH-34 is available for operation with using AA cells.
Lift up the catches ① on the top of the case to
remove the cover.
Place 6 AA cells, then close the cover in order of ②
then ③ . Be sure that the cover is securely closed.
Caution About Handling Dry Cell Case:
• This dry cell case isn't water-proof.
• Be extra-cautious to the polarity of the cells (+)/(-). Misplacing cells may
result in leak, fire or explosion.
• Use new batteries of the same type and brand when placing them.
• Use of rechargeable cells is prohibited and the manufacturer declines any
responsibilities for damages/injuries that may cause to the users and their properties.
• It is recommended to clean the battery contacting terminals with a clean
dry cloth from time to time.
• Risk of explosion if batteries are replaced by an incorrect type.
• Batteries are recyclable. Please check the local rules for proper
recycle/disposal in your area.
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11.Specifications
11. Specifications
■ General
TX
Frequency range
(T ver)
RX
TX
Frequency range
(E ver)
144.000~147.995MHz
420.000~449.995MHz
144.000~147.995MHz
136.000~173.995MHz
420.000~449.995MHz
400.000~511.995MHz
* Guaranteed range per specifications
144.000~145.995MHz
430.000~439.995MHz
RX
144.000~145.995MHz
430.000~439.995MHz
Modulation
F3E(FM)
Channel steps
5, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25 & 30kHz
Memory channels
200 channels, 2 CALL channel (V/U)
2 Program Scan (V/U)
Antenna impedance
50Ω (unbalanced)
Frequency stability
±2.5ppm±
Power supply
DC7.0~16.0V (EXT DC-IN)
Current drain
Tx (Power 5W)
1.6A / 1.9A
(VHF / UHF )
Rx (SP 500mW)
250mA
DC13.8V
Stand-by
70mA / 80mA
* Approx
Battery save on
27mA
Temperature range
EXT DC-IN
-10°C~+60°C (+14°F~140°F)
Battery Pack
-10°C~+45°C (+14°F~113°F)
Ground
Negative ground
Dimension
58(W)x110(H)x34(D) mm
(with EBP-63)
(2.28"(W)x4.33"(H)x1.34"(D))
Weight *Approx
270g/9.6oz (with EBP-63 & antenna)
Subaudible Tone (CTCSS)
encode/decode 39 tones
Digital Code SQ. (DCS)
encode/decode 104 codes
DTMF
16 Buttons Keypad (encode)
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11.Specifications
■ Transmitter
Output power
High
DC13.5V
5W
(VHF)
EBP-63/65
5W
High
DC13.5V
5W
(UHF)
EBP-63/65
4.5W
Middle
2W (Initialization)
Low
0.5W
Modulation
Variable reactance frequency modulation
Spurious emission
-60dB or less
Max. deviation ( WFM / NFM )
±5kHz / ±2.5kHz
Mic. impedance
2kΩ
■ Receiver
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Receive system
Double conversion superheterodyne
Sensitivity (VHF/UHF) *12dB SINAD
-14dBu / -12dBu
Intermediate frequencies
38.85MHz (1st) / 450kHz (2nd)
Selectivity
-6dB: 12kHz or more / -60dB: 35kHz or less
Audio output power
500mW (MAX) 400mW (8 Ω, 10% distortion)
The following table lists available characters.
Memory Mode Structure
■ Quick manual
<Turning On the Power> page 23
Hold the
key down for a second.
<Adjusting the Audio Output (Volume)> page 23
1. Press the
key.
2. Rotate the dial to increase or decrease the level.
<Adjusting the Squelch> page 23
1. Press the
key.
2. Rotate the dial to increase or decrease the level.
<Selecting the Output Level> page 32
Press the FUNC key, and while
is displayed on the LCD, press the
key
*Changes in order of 0.5W, 2W, and 5W.
<Quick-write memory> page 29
Press the
key for more than 2 seconds.
ALINCO, INC.
Yodoyabashi Dai-bldg 13F
4-4-9 Koraibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-0043 Japan
Phone:+81-6-7636-2362 Fax: +81-6-6208-3802
http://www.alinco.com
E-mail:export@alinco.co.jp
Copyright Alinco, Inc. PS0634/FNEE-NL
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