TR-825 Quick Start Card TR-825 Quick Start Card

TR-825 Quick Start Card TR-825 Quick Start Card
TR-825 Quick Start Card
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Initial Beltpack and Base Station Set-up
1. Press [MENU] as powering-up the base station. This will place it on group 01A and set
the receives on channels: 01, 02 , 03 and 04. Ensure the appropriate portable station
connect path is enabled. If used stand alone, the base should be in the 4-wire mode.
2. Set beltpack back panel slide switch to push-to-talk (PT TALK).
3. Press [MENU] as powering-up the beltpack. This will place the beltpack on group
01A with channel 01 flashing.
4. Use the [UP] and [DOWN] arrow buttons to change the channel to an unoccupied receive
channel on the base station. Then press [SET]. Press [MENU] if not changing channels.
5. The group/channel on the beltpack should now match the group and a receive channel
on the base station. Nothing should be flashing on the beltpack screen.
6. Plug a headset into the beltpack and set the microphone gain so the BAT/OM light
flashes at the beginning of most words at normal speech levels.
Special Functions
ClearScan· · · · · · · Press [MENU]+[SET] buttons for 3 seconds. After 25 seconds of
searching, the beltpack will produce a list of the groups organized
from best (clearest) to worse. The best group is displayed
flashing. Use the [UP] and [DOWN] buttons to select other
groups if desired.
Lockout · · · · · · · · Press [UP]+[DOWN] arrows buttons for 3 seconds. Repeat to
toggle it off/on.
1st Use Default · · · Press [MENU] as powering-up the beltpack. Sets beltpack on
group 01A with channel 01 flashing. User must then set the
channel. All user-programmed memory is retained.
Factory Default · · Press [MENU]+[SET]+[UP]+[DOWN] buttons for 3 seconds to
software “reset” the beltpack. All user-programmed memory is erased.
Feature Enable/Disable
Stage Announce (SA). . . . . . Press and hold [SET] then press [SA] to toggle on/off.
Wireless Talk Around . . . . Press and hold (SET) then press (WTA) to enable
Channel “A” or “B” or “A+B”; “On latching”,
(WTA)
“On non-latching”,“Pushbutton latching”,
“Pushbutton non-latching” or Off.
Audio Channel A and B . . . Press and hold (SET) then press either (A) or (B) to
enable “On latching”, “On non-latching” or Off.
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6
3
8
4
7
9
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1. [MENU] and [SET] buttons – Used to select menus and set options on the LCD.
2. LCD display.
3. [UP] and [DOWN] buttons – Used to select beltpack options on the LCD.
4. Microphone Gain – Adjusts the headset’s microphone gain. Adjust so that the light
flashes at the beginning of most words at normal speech levels.
5. Push-to-Talk/Push-to-Transmit Switch –
Push-to-Talk (PT TALK) – The transmitter is always on. No audio sent
unless the talk switch, WTA or SA button pressed. Recommended position.
Push-to-Transmit (PT TX) - The transmitter and audio path are off except
when the talk switch, WTA or SA button is pressed.
6. Headset Connector – Male XLR connector for Telex units, Female XLR connector
for RTS units.
7. Battery Latch – Press down to enable the battery pack to be released. While the latch
is held down, slide the battery pack about 1/8 inch back, toward the latch, until it stops,
then lift out.
8. Receive Antenna – Screw type ¼ wave replaceable antenna. Color dot on the screw
end of the antenna must match color dot on antenna receptacle.
9. Transmit Antenna – Screw type ¼ wave replaceable antenna. Color dot on the screw
end of the antenna must match color dot on antenna receptacle.
TR-825 Quick Start Card
Initial Beltpack and Base Station Set-up
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1. Press [MENU] as powering-up the base station. This will place it on group 01A and set
the receives on channels: 01, 02 , 03 and 04. Ensure the appropriate portable station
connect path is enabled. If used stand alone, the base should be in the 4-wire mode.
2. Set beltpack back panel slide switch to push-to-talk (PT TALK).
3. Press [MENU] as powering-up the beltpack. This will place the beltpack on group
01A with channel 01 flashing.
4. Use the [UP] and [DOWN] arrow buttons to change the channel to an unoccupied receive
channel on the base station. Then press [SET]. Press [MENU] if not changing channels.
5. The group/channel on the beltpack should now match the group and a receive channel
on the base station. Nothing should be flashing on the beltpack screen.
6. Plug a headset into the beltpack and set the microphone gain so the BAT/OM light
flashes at the beginning of most words at normal speech levels.
Special Functions
ClearScan· · · · · · · Press [MENU]+[SET] buttons for 3 seconds. After 25 seconds of
searching, the beltpack will produce a list of the groups organized
from best (clearest) to worse. The best group is displayed
flashing. Use the [UP] and [DOWN] buttons to select other
groups if desired.
Lockout · · · · · · · · Press [UP]+[DOWN] arrows buttons for 3 seconds. Repeat to
toggle it off/on.
1st Use Default · · · Press [MENU] as powering-up the beltpack. Sets beltpack on
group 01A with channel 01 flashing. User must then set the
channel. All user-programmed memory is retained.
Factory Default · · Press [MENU]+[SET]+[UP]+[DOWN] buttons for 3 seconds to
software “reset” the beltpack. All user-programmed memory is erased.
Feature Enable/Disable
Stage Announce (SA). . . . . . Press and hold [SET] then press [SA] to toggle on/off.
Wireless Talk Around . . . . Press and hold (SET) then press (WTA) to enable
(WTA)
Channel “A” or “B” or “A+B”; “On latching”,
“On non-latching”,“Pushbutton latching”,
“Pushbutton non-latching” or Off.
Audio Channel A and B . . . Press and hold (SET) then press either (A) or (B) to
enable “On latching”, “On non-latching” or Off.
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3
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4
7
9
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1. [MENU] and [SET] buttons – Used to select menus and set options on the LCD.
2. LCD display.
3. [UP] and [DOWN] buttons – Used to select beltpack options on the LCD.
4. Microphone Gain – Adjusts the headset’s microphone gain. Adjust so that the light
flashes at the beginning of most words at normal speech levels.
5. Push-to-Talk/Push-to-Transmit Switch –
Push-to-Talk (PT TALK) – The transmitter is always on. No audio sent
unless the talk switch, WTA or SA button pressed. Recommended position.
Push-to-Transmit (PT TX) - The transmitter and audio path are off except
when the talk switch, WTA or SA button is pressed.
6. Headset Connector – Male XLR connector for Telex units, Female XLR connector
for RTS units.
7. Battery Latch – Press down to enable the battery pack to be released. While the latch
is held down, slide the battery pack about 1/8 inch back, toward the latch, until it stops,
then lift out.
8. Receive Antenna – Screw type ¼ wave replaceable antenna. Color dot on the screw
end of the antenna must match color dot on antenna receptacle.
9. Transmit Antenna – Screw type ¼ wave replaceable antenna. Color dot on the screw
end of the antenna must match color dot on antenna receptacle.
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3
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Battery Installation
WTA
SA
OFF
VOL
BAT/OM
VOL
6
OFF
Telex
6
TALK
TALK
A
R
4
Ensure that the On/Off volume control knobs are turned off.
Press and hold down the battery release latch, slide the battery
pack about 1/8 inch back, toward the latch, until it stops.
Then lift battery pack out. Replace batteries as follows:
B
4
5
1. On/Off & Volume Control - Turns beltpack power on and controls headset volume
1. Open the battery pack by inserting
finger nail and lifting.
for Intercom Channels “A” and “B”. Either knob, “A” or “B”, turns the beltpack on.
Both knobs must be off to turn the beltpack off. If only one knob is off, then only that
Intercom Channel, “A” or “B” is off for both transmit and receive audio.
2. Wireless Talk Around (WTA) - When pressed, the user’s audio is disconnected
from the wired intercom, auxiliary input/output and the base station’s local headset.
Other beltpack users, on that audio channel, can hear the user as normal.The default
setting is software selectable, as to which Intercom Channel, “A”, “B”, “A + B”, or
currently selected channel, is activated along with the “WTA” button. The “WTA”
button activates the nearby red LED as well as the software selected Intercom
Channel “TALK” LED if not already active.
2. Pull battery strap to remove low
or dead batteries.
3. Load new batteries following the
polarity as shown in battery case
3. Stage Announce (SA) - When pressed, the user’s audio is routed to the stage
announce connector on the back of the base station and the base’s relay is closed. The
user also loses their sidetone as an indication that stage announce is activated. The
other wireless beltpacks and wired users do not hear the user’s audio.The button is
non-latching and activates the nearby red LED.
4. Start loading at the end of the case where
the strap is attached to the case.
4. Talk button - Press to enable the audio path to Intercom Channel “A” or “B” or “A +
5. Be sure strap goes under batteries.
B”, from the local headset microphone. The associated “TALK” LED, #6, will turn
red when enabled. A quick press and release latches the talk function, unless latching
has been disabled. Holding the button for over ½ second, will cause the audio path to
be enabled only for as long as the button is held. If the talk function is latched on,
pressing the talk button again will turn it off.
6. Tuck end of strap under door
when placing the battery cover
back on the case.
5. Low Battery/Overmodulation (BAT/OM) Light - Light will flash once when unit
is turned on if the battery is good. If the light stays on, battery is low. If the light does
not flash, battery is dead. A normal microphone gain setting will cause the LED to
flash at the beginning of most words at normal speech levels. If the gain is too high,
the LED will be red during the complete word at normal speech levels.
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DEC 2002
6. Talk Light - Will turn red when enabled by associated “TALK” or “WTA” button.
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3
2
1
Battery Installation
WTA
SA
OFF
VOL
BAT/OM
VOL
6
R
OFF
TALK
TALK
Telex
A
4
WARNING
Do not place an alkaline
TR battery pack in any
battery charger. Severe
charger and battery pack
damage may result.
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Ensure that the On/Off volume control knobs are turned off.
Press and hold down the battery release latch, slide the battery
pack about 1/8 inch back, toward the latch, until it stops.
Then lift battery pack out. Replace batteries as follows:
B
5
4
1. On/Off & Volume Control - Turns beltpack power on and controls headset volume
1. Open the battery pack by inserting
finger nail and lifting.
for Intercom Channels “A” and “B”. Either knob, “A” or “B”, turns the beltpack on.
Both knobs must be off to turn the beltpack off. If only one knob is off, then only that
Intercom Channel, “A” or “B” is off for both transmit and receive audio.
2. Wireless Talk Around (WTA) - When pressed, the user’s audio is disconnected
from the wired intercom, auxiliary input/output and the base station’s local headset.
Other beltpack users, on that audio channel, can hear the user as normal.The default
setting is software selectable, as to which Intercom Channel, “A”, “B”, “A + B”, or
currently selected channel, is activated along with the “WTA” button. The “WTA”
button activates the nearby red LED as well as the software selected Intercom
Channel “TALK” LED if not already active.
3. Stage Announce (SA) - When pressed, the user’s audio is routed to the stage
announce connector on the back of the base station and the base’s relay is closed. The
user also loses their sidetone as an indication that stage announce is activated. The
other wireless beltpacks and wired users do not hear the user’s audio.The button is
non-latching and activates the nearby red LED.
2. Pull battery strap to remove low
or dead batteries.
3. Load new batteries following the
polarity as shown in battery case
4. Start loading at the end of the case where
the strap is attached to the case.
4. Talk button - Press to enable the audio path to Intercom Channel “A” or “B” or “A +
5. Be sure strap goes under batteries.
B”, from the local headset microphone. The associated “TALK” LED, #6, will turn
red when enabled. A quick press and release latches the talk function, unless latching
has been disabled. Holding the button for over ½ second, will cause the audio path to
be enabled only for as long as the button is held. If the talk function is latched on,
pressing the talk button again will turn it off.
6. Tuck end of strap under door
when placing the battery cover
back on the case.
5. Low Battery/Overmodulation (BAT/OM) Light - Light will flash once when unit
is turned on if the battery is good. If the light stays on, battery is low. If the light does
not flash, battery is dead. A normal microphone gain setting will cause the LED to
flash at the beginning of most words at normal speech levels. If the gain is too high,
the LED will be red during the complete word at normal speech levels.
6. Talk Light - Will turn red when enabled by associated “TALK” or “WTA” button.
WARNING
Do not place an alkaline
TR battery pack in any
battery charger. Severe
charger and battery pack
damage may result.
803594 Rev. A
DEC 2002
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