DBH50R - TDJ Australia
DBH50R
Version 7
Technical Assistance
If you need assistance setting up or using your CRYSTAL product now or in the future, call CRYSTAL Support.
Australia
TEL: 03 – 8587 8898
FAX: 03 – 8587 8866
Mon-Fri 9am – 5pm AEST
Please retain this user guide for future reference.
Safety Information and Warnings
For updates on CRYSTALM products go to our website
http://tdj.com.au/firmware/Crystal/
Information on Safe Operation
Read This Information Before Using Your CRYSTAL Radio. The operation of your UHF radio in
Australia is subject to conditions in the following license:
In Australia the ACMA Radio communications (Citizen Band Radio Stations) and in New Zealand by
MED the General User Radio License for Citizen Band Radio.
Safety and general use whilst in a vehicle
Check the State and Federal laws and regulations regarding the use of two way radios in the area
where you drive, and always obey them.
Radio Antenna
Do not use any radio that has a damaged antenna. If a damaged antenna comes in contact with the
skin, a minor burn may result.
Do NOT change or modify the antenna.
Do NOT hold the antenna when the radio is “IN USE.” Holding the antenna reduces range and may
cause bodily harm.
Do not place your radio in the area over an air bag or in the air bag deployment area. Air bags
the radio may be propelled with great force and cause serious injury to the occupants of the
vehicle.
All batteries can cause property damage and/or bodily injury such as burns if conductive material
such as jewellery, keys, or beaded chains touches exposed terminals. The material may complete
an electrical circuit (short circuit) and become quite hot. Exercise care in handling any charged b
attery, particularly when placing it inside a pocket, purse, or other container with metal objects.
Do not replace or charge batteries in a potentially explosive atmosphere. Contact sparking may
occur while installing or removing batteries and cause an explosion.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Turn your radio OFF when in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere. Sparks in such areas
atmospheres are often, but not always clearly marked. They include fueling areas such as below deck
on boats; fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities; areas where the air contains chemicals or
particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders; and any other area where you would normally be
advised to turn off your vehicle engine.
To avoid possible interference with blasting operations, turn your radio OFF near electrical blasting caps
or in a “blasting area” or in areas posted: “Turn off the two way radio.” Obey all signs and instructions.
Exposure to Radio Frequency Energy
Your CRYSTAL two-way radio complies with Australian Communications Authority Radio communications
(Electromagnetic Radiation-Human Exposure) Standard, 2003. To assure optimal radio performance and
make sure human exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic energy is within the guidelines set out in
the above standards always adhere to the following procedures.
Transmit and Receive Procedure
Your two-way radio contains a transmitter and a receiver. To control your exposure and ensure
compliance with the general population/uncontrolled environment exposure limits, always adhere to the
exposure only when transmitting (in terms of measuring standards compliance). Always hold the radio
approximately 5cm in front of your mouth with the antenna pointing away from your head.
Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI). To avoid the possibility of
instruct you to do so such as health care facilities.
Radio Operation and EME Exposure
the antenna when the radio is “IN USE.” Holding the antenna reduces the effective range. Do not use the radio if the
antenna is damaged. If a damaged antenna makes contact with your skin, a minor burn can result. If you wear a radio on
least 5cm from your body when transmitting.
Aircraft
When instructed to do so, turn off your radio when onboard an aircraft. Any use of a radio must be in accordance with
applicable regulations per airline crew instructions.
Medical Devices – Pacemakers
The Advanced Medical Technology Association recommends that a minimum separation of 6 inches (15cm) be
maintained between a handheld wireless radio and a pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with the
independent research by and recommendations of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
People with pacemakers should:
ALWAYS keep the radio more than 15cm from their pacemaker when the radio is turned ON.
Turn the radio OFF immediately if there is any reason to suspect that interference is taking place.
Medical Devices - Hearing Aids
Some radios may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to consult your
hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if it is adequately
shielded from RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.
15
50 groups CTCSS Tone Frequency(Hz)
67.0 79.7 94.8 110.9 131.8 156.7 171.3 186.2 203.5 229.1
69.3 82.5 97.4 114.8 136.5 159.8 173.8 189.9 206.5 233.6
71.9 85.4 100.0 118.8 141.3 162.2 177.3 192.8 210.7 241.8
74.4 88.5 103.5 123.0 146.2 165.5 179.9 196.6 218.1 250.3
77.0 91.5 107.2 127.3 151.4 167.9 183.5 199.5 225.7 254.1
1024 groups DCS Code.
000
010
020
030
040
050
060
070
100
110
120
130
140
150
160
170
200
210
220
230
240
250
260
270
300
310
001
011
021
031
041
051
061
071
101
111
121
131
141
151
161
171
201
211
221
231
241
251
261
271
301
311
002
012
022
032
042
052
062
072
102
112
122
132
142
152
162
172
202
212
222
232
242
252
262
272
302
312
003
013
023
033
043
053
063
073
103
113
123
133
143
153
163
173
203
213
223
233
243
253
263
273
303
313
004
014
024
034
044
054
064
074
104
114
124
134
144
154
164
174
204
214
224
234
244
254
264
274
304
314
005
015
025
035
045
055
065
075
105
115
125
135
145
155
165
175
205
215
225
235
245
255
265
275
305
315
006
016
026
036
046
056
066
076
106
116
126
136
146
156
166
176
206
216
226
236
246
256
266
276
306
316
007
017
027
037
047
057
067
077
107
117
127
137
147
157
167
177
207
217
227
237
247
257
267
277
307
317
320
330
340
350
360
370
400
410
420
430
440
450
460
470
500
510
520
530
540
550
560
570
600
610
620
630
640
650
660
670
321
331
341
351
361
371
401
411
421
431
441
451
461
471
501
511
521
531
541
551
561
571
601
611
621
631
641
651
661
671
322
332
342
352
362
372
402
412
422
432
442
452
462
472
502
512
522
532
542
552
562
572
602
612
622
632
642
652
662
672
323
333
343
353
363
373
403
413
423
433
443
453
463
473
503
513
523
533
543
553
563
573
603
613
623
633
643
653
663
673
324
334
344
354
364
374
404
414
424
434
444
454
464
474
504
514
524
534
544
554
564
574
604
614
624
634
644
654
664
674
325
335
345
355
365
375
405
415
425
435
445
455
465
475
505
515
525
535
545
555
565
575
605
615
625
635
645
655
665
675
326
336
346
356
366
376
406
416
426
436
446
456
466
476
506
516
526
536
546
556
566
576
606
616
626
636
646
656
666
676
327
337
347
357
367
377
407
417
427
437
447
457
467
477
507
517
527
537
547
557
567
577
607
617
627
637
647
657
667
677
700
710
720
730
740
750
760
770
701
711
721
731
741
751
761
771
702
712
722
732
742
752
762
772
703
713
723
733
743
753
763
773
704
714
724
734
744
754
764
774
705
715
725
735
745
755
765
775
706
716
726
736
746
756
766
776
707
717
727
737
747
757
767
777
Transmitting Range
The talk range will depend on your surroundings and environment it will be affected by obstructions such as hills or
buildings.
Don’t try to use two radio units which are less than 1.5m (5 feet) apart. Otherwise, you may experience interference.
Talk range depends on the terrain. It will be affected by concrete structures, heavy foliage and by operating radios indoors
or in vehicles.
Channel 5 and 35 (paired for Duplex repeaters) are reserved as emergency channels and should be used only in an
emergency. CTCSS and DCS will not operate on channels 5 and 35.
A list of currently authorised channels can be obtained from the ACMA website in Australia and the MED website in
New Zealand. Channel 11 is a calling channel generally used to call others and channel 40 is the customary road vehicle
channel.
Once contact is established on the calling channel, both stations should move to another unused “SIMPLEX” channel
to allow others to use the calling channel.
Channels 22 and 23 are for Telemetry and Telecommand use, voice communications are not allowed on these channels
by law. Channel 9 and above are the best choices for general use in Simplex mode.
No licence is required to own or operate this radio in Australia and New Zealand. The Radiocommunications (Citizen
Band Radio Stations) Class Licence 2002 contains the technical parameters, operating requirements, conditions of licence
and relevant standards for Citizen Band (CB) radios. CB radios must comply with the class licence for their use to be
authorised under the class licence.
UHF channels and frequencies
IMPORTANT NOTE: The operation of your UHF radio in Australia and New Zealand is subject to conditions in the
following licenses: In Australia the ACMA Radio communications (Citizen Band Radio Stations) and in New Zealand by
MED the General User Radio License for Citizen Band Radio.
04 Professional
FM Transceiver
UNPACKING
Carefully unpack the transceiver. We recommend you identify the items listed in the table
before discarding the packing material. If any items are missing or have been damaged during
shipment, please contact your local dealer immediately.
Supplied Accessories
Item
Quantity
Antenna 477MHz
1
Li-ion Battery (1200 mAh)
1
Battery Charger
1
AC Adaptor
1
Belt Clip
1
Instruction Manual
1
Car Charger
1
Earphone
1
Hand Strap
1
STANDARD ACCESSORIES/OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Standard Accessories
Antenna
Belt Clip
(including screws)
Li-ion Battery
Instruction
Manual
Car Charger
Charger
Earphone
AC Adaptor
Hand Strap
OPERATION MODE
TRANSCEIVER
FIRST LEVEL MENU:SHORTCUT OPERATIONS
SECOND LEVEL MENU: CHANNEL OPERATIONS
THIRD LEVEL MENU:BACKGROUND OPERATIONS
BATTERY INFORMATION
Charging the Battery Pack
The battery pack is not charged at the factory; please charge it before use. Charging the battery pack
for the first time after purchase or extended storage (more than 2 months) may not bring the battery
pack to its normal operating capacity. After fully charging/ discharging cycle for two or three times, the
operating capacity will reach its best performance. The battery pack life is over when its operating time
decreases even though it is fully and correctly charged. Change to a new battery pack.
Charger Applied
Please use the specific charger appointed by our company. Other models may cause explosion and
personal injury. After installing the battery pack, if the radio displays
low battery with red flashing
lamp or voice prompt, please charge the battery.
NOTES
▲
Do not short the battery terminals or throw the battery into fire. Never attempt to remove the
BATTERY INFORMATION
casing from the battery pack. We bear no responsibility on any results caused by modifying the
battery.
▲
▲
▲
The ambient temperature should be between 5℃ and 40℃ while charging is in progress. Charging
outside this range may not fully charge the battery.
Always switch OFF the transceiver equipped with a battery pack before charging. Otherwise, it will
interfere with correct charging.
To avoid interference with charging, please do not cut off the power or take out the battery during
charging.
▲
Do not recharge the battery pack if it is already fully charged. This may shorten the life of the battery
▲ pack or damage the battery pack.
Do not charge the battery or transceiver if it is damp. Dry it before charging to avoid danger.
WARNING:
When keys, ornamental chain or other electric metals contact with the battery terminal, the battery
may cause damage or injury. If the battery terminal short circuits it will generate a lot of heat,
please be careful when you carry or use the battery, please put battery or radio into insulated
container. Do not put it into metal container.
BATTERY INFORMATION
You can charge the battery or transceiver separately.
1. Plug the AC adaptor into the AC outlet, and then plug the cable of the AC adaptor into the DC jack
located on the back of the Charger.
Charging indicator---Green
2. Plug the battery or transceiver into the charger.
A. Make sure that the battery is well connected with charging connectors.
B. Charging indicator---Red
3. Fully charged. Charging indicator--Green
Note:
It takes approximately 4 hours to fully charge the battery. But, the actual
charging time depends on the dump battery. After fully charged, please remember
to remove the battery or transceiver out of charger. Over charging will shorten the
battery life and reduce its performance.
Emergent Charging
Connect the transceiver directly with adaptor or car charger to charge.
Note:Please power off the transceiver before charging the transceiver in this way. Also, it takes
longer time (totally 12hours) to fully charge the transceiver in this way.
How to Store the Battery
1. If the battery needs to be stored, keep it in status of 50% discharged.
2. It should be kept in low temperature and dry environment.
3. Keep it away from hot places and direct sunlight.
WARNING:
▲
▲ Do not short circuit battery terminals.
▲ Never attempt to remove the casing from the battery pack.
▲ Never assemble the battery in dangerous surroundings, spark may cause explosion.
Do not put the battery in hot environment or throw it into fire, it may cause explosion.
PREPARATION
Installing / Removing the Battery
■ Installing the battery:
Match the battery pack with the corresponding guides on the back of the transceiver, and push it
upwards till it is fully locked by the battery latch.
PREPARATION
Installing / Removing the Antenna
■ Installing the Antenna:
Screw the antenna into the connector on the top of the
transceiver by holding the antenna at its base and turning it
clockwise
■ Removing the Antenna:
Turn the antenna anticlockwise to remove it.
■ Removing the battery pack
Slide up the battery latch and remove the pack away from the
transceiver.
■ Installing the Belt Clip
Installing the Belt Clip: Place the belt clip to the
corresponding grooves on the back of the
transceiver, and then screw it. clockwise
Getting Acquainted
On LCD display screen, you will see various icons which stand for the
selected functions and sometimes you may forget the meaning of them.
Here you will find the following table extremely useful.
Talk around
Negative offset frequency
Narrow band
Func
CTCSS
Keypad Lockout
DCS
Battery indicator
Signal
Frequency Reverse
VOX Function
Channel serial number/
FUNC menu s/no
NOTE:
Battery capacity indicator(full)
Battery capacity remnant
Busy Channel
No power,replace battery pack or charge battery
Real time display receiving signal
strength/Power Indicator
Getting Acquainted
Antenna
LED light
Power / Volume
Switch
Under power-off state, please turn
[POWER]/ [VOLUME] clockwise to turn on
the transceiver.
Under power-on state, please turn
[POWER]/ [VOLUME] anticlockwise to
turn off the transceiver.
Speaker
Microphone
LCD
.
Numeric keys
Adjusting Volume
Under power-on state, turn
[POWER] / [VOLUME] to adjust volume.
press and hold side key PF2 to monitor current
volume. (Refer to the function setup of side PF2 key)
Getting Acquainted
LED light
PTT key
Speaker / Microphone Jacks
PF2
Emergent Charging Jack
PF1
Belt Clip
Battery
Left Panel
Right Panel
Channel Selection
When the radio is under Channel mode or FM channel, press
key to select desired channel.
Press
to go up through the channels and
to go down through the channels.
Note:If there is blank channel between two channels, the radio will skip it and get to next channel.
BASIC OPERATIONS
Channel input by keypad
Under channel mode and FM Channel mode, type number of 3 digits (001-128) to switch to the
desired channel. If the input channel is not edited, transceiver would emit error prompt and back to
current channel. For example, if you type 001, then it gets channel No.1.
FM scan function
When FM Radio is on, press
key to scan FM Channels. If a certain channel is detected, the
frequency will be displayed on the LCD and you can listen to it.
Alarm
Under standby state, press and hold the Alarm key till hearing a “a tone” to start Alarm function.
Reset the radio to switch off the function.
Note: This function should be enabled via software before use.
LED light
Under standby state, press Alarm key to switch on the LED light. Press it again to switch off.
Receiving
Once current channel is called, LCD will display the signal strength, and then you can hear if the
other party is calling.
BASIC OPERATIONS
NOTE:You may not receive the call if you set a high “squelch off” level of the transceiver.
If current channel has been programmed with signaling, you can only hear the call from the same
signaling, other calls can not be heard.
Transmitting
Be sure that the channel you want to use is not in busy state through monitoring for a while by
pressing the programmed Squelch off [PF1] key. Under these conditions, press the [PTT] key and
speak into microphone. Please keep around 2.5-5cm distance between microphone and your lip. And
please speak in normal tone to make the receiver obtain best tone quality.
Note:Holding [PTT], red LED lighting, the transceiver is transmitting. Release the PTT to receive.
Battery Enquiry
Under standby state, pressing [PF2], LCD displays current battery voltage. Press this key again
to clear the display.
SHORTCUT OPERATIONS
Editing Channel
1. Under VFO frequency mode, enter the desired frequency and set other items. Afterwards, press
key and then the left top of the LCD displays F icon. Hold the
key till the transceiver emits “DU”
and LCD displays 1st channel to enter the Channel Setting Save mode.
2. Press
key to select the channel you want to update the settings.
3. Hold
key till the transceiver emits “a tone” to save the settings.
Deleting Channel
Under channel mode, select the channel that you want to delete. Then, press
key to enter
key to delete the channel till the
FUNC setting with F icon displayed on the LCD. Finally, hold the
transceiver emits “a tone” and skip to other channel.
ON/Off FM Radio
key to enter FUNC setting with F icon displayed on the LCD. Then,
Under standby state, press
press
key and the LCD will display “FM INI” and current FM frequency.
Namely, FM Radio is started. At this case, you can operate the FM radio freely.
Repeat above operations to turn off FM Radio.
SHORTCUT OPERATIONS
On/Off Beep Prompt
Under standby state, press
key to enter FUNC setting with F icon displayed on the LCD. Then,
press
button to activate and de-activate beep sound. Repeat the above operations to turn on it.
We suggest turn on BEEP for fault detecting and prompt for not proper operation.
.
CTCSS/DCS Scan
Press
key to enter FUNC setting with F icon displayed on top left of the LCD. Then, press
key to enter CTCSS/DCS scan state. Namely, users can press
key to change scan direction.
When matching signaling is detected, scan pauses for 15s before continuing scanning. Press any key
except
、!
、
key to exit.
.
When the signaling of current channel is setup as CTCSS, the radio scans CTCSS only. Likewise, the
radio scans DCS when the signaling is DCS.
Priority Scan
Under channel mode, after pressing
key, the top left corner of LCD
and then press
key to enter priority scan. Under priority scan
displays
state, it tests priority channel once scanning per 10 channels. When the priority
channel receives a matching signaling, transceiver will stop scanning until
current signal disappear (Please refer to scan setup.).
NOTE: If you want to have this function available, you should set priority
channel, otherwise, this operation will be only as general channel scan.
SHORTCUT OPERATIONS
Channel Scan
Under relevant mode, after pressing
key, the top left corner of LCD
key to begin frequency scan or channel
displays F icon and then press
scan.
2. Channel Scan
When the radio is in channel mode, users can start this function to monitor
signal of all channels. Press any number or
key to exit.
NOTE:
●When channel scanning, the skipped channel is not in the line of scan. Scan up as per channel no.. (
Please refer to channel scan skip.)
●Channel scan can change scan direction by pressing
key or
key. When finding a matching
carrier wave and signaling, the transceiver will be stop for 15 seconds and then going on scan.
(Please refer to scan setup).
Add/delete scan list
In channel mode, press
key to enter FUNC setting. Then, press
into scan list or delete current channel from the scan list.
key to add current channel
1. When “A” is displayed on the LCD, it means that current channel is added into the scan list and
will be scanned.
2. When “A” disappears, current channel is deleted from the scan list and wont be scanned.
SHORTCUT OPERATIONS
DTMF Code Enquiry and Setup
After pressing
key , the top left corner of LCD displays
DTMF data of current groups (16 groups in total).
and then press
1. Press
key to show the
key or
key to choose the desired group and DTMF data. If this group can edit DTMF
data, it will display current group number and “__”.
2. When current group display “__”, pressing
key, the top left corner of LCD displays
After
pressing and holding
key for 2 seconds, transceiver voices beeping of “DU” and then comes
into DTMF edit state. Now you can enter the DTMF editing data you need by
keypad.
3. After finishing setup, press side key [PF1] to make a sound of DTMF dialing,
to save and exit.
Transmitting DTMF Signaling
Holding PTT key, users can transmit DTMF Signaling by entering DTMF data
on the keypad.
Note:
stands for “A”,
for “B”,
for “C”,
for “D”.
Frequency Reverse/Talk around On/off
After pressing
key, the top left corner of LCD displays and then press
key for 1 second to start frequency reverse or talk around. Repeat the above
operations to exit. NOTE: If frequency reverse displayed in current channel,
this operation will be enable and disable Frequency Reverse.
Or else, it is as enable and disable Talk Around.
W h e n i t d i s p l a y s “ R ” i c o n on screen, it means that Frequency Reverse is started on
current channel. Now the transmitting frequency and receiving frequency are interchanged,
namely, receiving frequency switches to transmitting frequency while transmitting frequency
switches to receiving frequency. If CTCSS/ DCS signaling are set, it will also interchange.
When it display“T” icon on screen, it means that Talk Around function is started on current
channel. Under these conditions, transceiver will transmit as receiving frequency. If CTCSS /DCS
signaling is set, it will interchange decoding CTCSS /as encoding.
Keypad Lockout
In order to prevent wrong operation, you can make use of keypad lock function of this transceiver.
key, the top left corner of LCD display and then press and
Under standby state, after pressing
hold
key for 2 seconds to start key lock function. Repeat the above operations to cancel key lock
function.
NOTE: When keypad is locked, only PTT / PF1 / PF2 /
keys are unavailable.
CHANNEL OPERATIONS
key are available, other
Channel operation refers to temporarily change on current channel function.
Once the radio is turned off or switched to another channel, the temporary
change will be erased. Under frequency+channel mode, channel+Name Tag
mode or VFO mode, the operating methods are as follows:
CHANNEL OPERATIONS
1. After pressing
key, the top left corner of LCD displays F icon and then press
key to enter function menu.
2. Press
key to choose the desired function to be set.
3. Press
key to enter into function menu setup.
4. Press
key or
key to choose the desired contents to be set.
5. Press
to return to upward menu. Press
、
key to confirm and exit.
NOTE: When transceiver works at professional transceiver mode, operation as
pressing
key followed by
key is not valid. Under frequency mode (VFO),
once the radio is turned off or changed to new VFO frequency, the channel
operations setting will be remained until next change.
CTCSS/DCS Decode Setup
If this function is enabled, you shield your radio from other transceivers of same
frequency.
1. After pressing
key, the top left corner of LCD displays F icon and then press
key to enter into function menu.
2. Press
key to choose No.1 function item. It shows “R-CDC” on LCD
3. Press
key to enter into function menu setup.
4. Press
key to choose CTCSS, DCS or OFF. When DCS signaling is selected,
press
key to choose DCS positive and inverse code.
5. Press
keyor
key to choose the desired CTCSS / DCS encodes signaling.
CHANNEL OPERATIONS
6. CTCSS: 67Hz- 254.1Hz, 50 groups in total, Default: 67Hz.
7. DCS: 017N-765I, 232 groups in total. "N" stands for positive code, "I" Stands for
reverse code.
key to back to previous menu. Press
and exit.
8. Press
key or
key to confirm
CTCSS/DCS Encode Setup
1. After pressing
key, the top left corner of LCD displays F icon and then press
key to enter into function menu.
2. Press
key to choose No.2 function item. It shows “T-CDC” on LCD.
3. Press
key to enter into function menu setup.
4. Press
key to choose CTCSS, DCS or OFF. When DCS signaling is selected,
press
key to choose DCS positive or inverse code.
5. Press
keyor
key to choose the desired CTCSS / DCS encode signaling.
6. CTCSS: 67Hz- 254.1Hz, 50 groups in total
7. DCS: 017N-765I, 232 groups in total. "N" stands for positive code,
"I" stands for inverse code.
key to return back to previous menu. Press
8. Press
key or
key to confirm and exit.
CTCSS/DCS Encode/Decode Synchronous Setup
It means that users can synchronize the CTCSS/DCS decode and encode. Also, users can adjust them
simultaneously.
CHANNEL
OPERATIONS
SHORTCUT
OPERATIONS
1. After pressing
key, the top left corner of LCD displays F icon and then
press
key to enter into function menu.
2. Press
to choose No. 3 function item. It shows “C-CDC”on LCD.
3. Press
to enter into function menu setup.
4. Press
key to choose CTCSS, DCS or OFF. When DCS signaling is selected,
press !
key to choose DCS positive or inverse code.
5. Press
keyor
key to choose the desired CTCSS / DCS encode signaling.
6. CTCSS: 67Hz- 254.1Hz, 50 groups in total
7. DCS: 017N-765I, 232 groups in total. "N" stands for positive code, "I" stands
for reverse code.
8. Press
key to back to previous menu, press
key or
key to confirm
and exit.
Repeater Function
Press function key and press
appear when switched on
4 +/-
to activate and de-activate. This symbol will
CHANNEL OPERATIONS
3. Press
key to enter into function menu setup.
4. Press
key or
key to choose the offset frequency you want.
5. The frequency range is 00-70MHz.
6. Press
key to back to previous menu and
key or
key to confirm
and exit.
Wide/narrow band setup
On the basis of national conditions, users can set channel spacing as
25K (wide band) or 12.5K (narrow band) to communicate.
1. After press
key, the top left corner of LCD displays F icon and then press
key to enter into channel function menu.
2. Press
3. Press
4. Press
key to select NO.5 function item. It shows”W/N”;
key to enter into function menu setup
key or
key to select desired band width.
W25K: wide band. N12.5: Narrow band.
5. Press
and exit.
key to back to previous menu, and
key or
key to confirm
CHANNEL OPERATIONS
Frequency Reverse/ Talk around option
1. After pressing
key, the top left corner of LCD displays F icon and then
press
to enter into function menu.
2. Press
key to choose No.6 function item. It shows “REV/TA” on LCD.
3. Press
key to enter into function menu setup.
4. Press
key or
key or key to choose the desired setup.
REV: The frequency reverse function is selected.
TA: The talk around function is selected.
6. Press
key to back to previous menu and
key or
key to confirm and
exit.
NOTE: After relevant function is selected on current channel, under standby
mode, users can press
key and then hold
key to start chosen function.
Busy Channel Lockout
BCLO is to disable transmitting while RX signal is received. Once the channel
is busy and you press PTT, the radio will beep as warning and get back to
receiving.
1. After pressing
press
2. Press
3. Press
key, the top left corner of LCD displays F icon and then
key to enter into function menu.
key to choose No.7 function item. It shows “BUSY” on LCD.
key to enter into function menu setup.
CHANNEL OPERATIONS
4. Press
key or
key to choose the desired setup.
BCL: Enable BCL, carrier wave lockout, transmitting is prohibited when
current channel receives a matching carrier wave;
BTL: Enable BTL, transmitting is prohibited when current channel receives a
matching carrier wave with dis-matching CTCSS/DCS.
OFF: Busy Channel Lockout is turned off.
5. Press
and exit.
key to back to previous menu and
key or
key to confirm
PTT ID Setup
1. After pressing
and then press
key, the top left corner of LCD displays F icon
key to enter into function menu.
2. Press
3. Press
4. Press
key to choose No.8 function item. It shows “PTT-ID” on LCD.
key to enter into function menu setup.
key or
key to choose the desired setup
BOT: Start, press PTT key to send a series of DTMF code.
EOT: End, release PTT key to send a series of DTMF code.
BOTH: Start and End;
OFF: PTT ID is turned off.
5. Press
key to back to previous menu and
key or
key to confirm and exit.
TX OFF
After starting this function, [PTT] key is unavailable. Current channel of transceiver is working under
receiving mode.
1. After pressing
key, the top left corner of LCD displays F icon. And then press
into function menu.
2. Press
key to choose No.9 function item. It shows “TX-IHB” on LCD.
3. Press
key to enter into function menu setup.
4. Press
key or
key to choose the desired setup.
ON: TX Off is enabled.
OFF: TX Off is disabled.
5. Press
key to back to previous menu and
key or
key to confirm.
key to enter
BACKGROUND OPERATIONS
BACKGROUND OPERATIONS
Under any mode, the background operations will be changed & stored as the latest value
permanently, until next change, operations as followings:
1. With the radio turned off, press and hold [PF1] key and then turn on the transceiver.
Keep pressing [PF1] key for 3 seconds to enter into background operations.
key to choose the menu item you want to set.
key to enter menu setup.
key or
key to choose the desired setup.
to back to previous menu and
key or
key to confirm and exit.
2. Press
3. Press
4. Press
5. Press
TOT Timer Setup
The purpose of Time-out-timer is to restrict transceiver for continuous long-term transmission.
When the continuous transmission time is beyond the due time, transceiver is forced to stop
transmitting and make a sound of beeping.
1. With the radio turned off, press and hold [PF1] key and then turn on the transceiver.
Keep pressing [PF1] key for 3 seconds to enter into background operations.
key to choose No.1 function item. It shows “TOT” on LCD.
key to enter into function menu setup.
key or
key or key to set desired TOT time;
2. Press
3. Press
4. Press
BACKGROUND OPERATIONS
15-600 seconds, 10 minutes of TOT is to be optional, per level interval of 15
seconds.
5. Press
!
and exit.
key to back to previous menu. Press
key or
key to confirm
VOX Setup
When this function is enabled, you can begin transmitting by speaking,
no needing to press the [PTT] key.If you want to make use of this function, you
should insert the earpiece fitted with the transceiver.
1. With the radio turned off, press and hold [PF1] key and then turn on the transceiver.
Keep pressing [PF1] key for 3 seconds to enter into background operations.
key to choose No.2 function item. It shows “VOX” on LCD.
key to enter menu setup.
key or
key to choose the desired VOX level.
!
to back to previous menu and
key or
key to confirm and
exit.
2. Press
3. Press
4. Press
5. Press
VOX Delay Setup
The fact that the transceiver sends the calling by VOX and instantly returns to receiving mode might
result in residual information loss. To avoid this loss, you can set suitable delay time.
BACKGROUND OPERATIONS
1. Press and hold [PF1] key till the transceiver emits “a tone”, and then release it to
enter into background operation.
key to choose No.3 function item. It shows “VOXDEY” on LCD.
key to enter into function menu setup.
key or
key to choose the desired setup.
0.5S-5S, 10 levels of delay time in total to choose, per level interval of 0.5S.
2. Press
3. Press
4. Press
5. Press
to back to previous menu and
key or
key to confirm and exit.
VOX Beep Setup
After enabling this function, beginning transmitting by VOX, the transceiver will voice beeping.
1. Press and hold [PF1] key till the transceiver emits “a tone”, and then release it to enter into
background operation.
key to choose No.4 function item. It shows “VOXTON”on LCD.
key to enter menu setup.
key or
key to choose the desired setup.
ON: VOX beeping is enabled.
2. Press
3. Press
4. Press
OFF: VOX beeping is disabled.
5. Press
to back to previous menu and
key or key to confirm and exit.
key or
BACKGROUND OPERATIONS
Frequency Step Size Setup
This function is valid only when the radio is in frequency mode. Frequency
input and frequency scan are both restricted by stepping.
1. Press and hold [PF1] key till the transceiver emits “a tone”, and then release it to
enter into background operation.
key to choose No.5 function item. It shows “STEP” on LCD.
key to enter into function menu setup.
key or
key to choose the desired setup.
Stepping: 5k/ 6.25K/ 10K / 12.5K/ 15K/ 20K/ 25K 30K/ 50K
2. Press
3. Press
4. Press
5. Press
to back to previous menu and
key or
key to confirm and exit.
Squelch Level Setup
This function is used to setup the receiving signal intensity. If the receiving
signal intensity reaches a certain level, you can hear the other party calling,
otherwise transceiver will remain mute.
1. Press and hold [PF1] key till the transceiver emits “a tone”, and then release it
to enter into background operation.
key to choose No.6 function item. It shows “SQL” on LCD.
key to enter into function menu setup.
key or
key to choose the desired setup.
2. Press
3. Press
4. Press
Off--9: 10 levels of squelch in total, “off” as min setup value (Normally open)
5. Press
to back to previous menu and
key or
key to confirm and exit.
Battery save Setup
Users can start this function to extend the standby time.
1. Press and hold [PF1] key till the transceiver emits “a tone”, and then release it
to enter into background operation.
key to choose No.7 function item. It shows “SAVE” on LCD.
key to enter into function menu setup.
key or
key to choose the desired setup.
ON: Battery saving is enabled.
2. Press
3. Press
4. Press
OFF: Battery saving is disabled.
5. Press
to back to previous menu and
key or
key to confirm and exit.
LCD Backlight Setup
1. Press and hold [PF1] key till the transceiver emits “a tone”,
and then release it to enter into background operation.
key to choose No.8 function item. It shows “LIGHT” on LCD.
key to enter into function menu setup.
2. Press
3. Press
4. Press
key or
key to choose the desired setup.
AUTO: Automatic, after enabling the backlight, it lights for a while before
quench automatically.
OFF: Normally close
to back to previous menu and
exit.
5. Press
key or
key to confirm and
LCD Backlight Color Setup
There are three kinds of backlight color to be optional.
1. Press and hold [PF1] key till the transceiver emits “a tone”, and then release it
to enter into background operation.
key to choose No.9 function item. It shows “COLOR” on LCD.
key to enter into function menu setup.
key or
key to choose the desired setup.
RED: red backlight
2. Press
3. Press
4. Press
ORG: orange backlight
GREEN: green backlight
5. Press
exit.
to back to previous menu and
key or
key to confirm and
Professional
FM Transceiver
BACKGROUND OPERATIONS
Scan Dwell Time Setup
There are three kinds of scan dwell time to be optional.
1. Press and hold [PF1] key till the transceiver emits “a tone”, and then release it to enter into
background operation.
key to choose No.10 function item. It shows “SCANTM” on LCD.
key to enter into function menu setup.
key or
key to choose the desired dwell time:
5S: Once the radio receives a matching signal, Scan mode will stop for 5
seconds and then continue scanning.
2. Press
3. Press
4. Press
10S: Once the radio receives a matching signal, Scan mode will stop for 10s
and then continue scanning.
5. Press
to back to previous menu and
key or
key to confirm and exit.
Display Mode Setup
There are display modes as channel number display, channel frequency+ channel number display
and channel name display, 3 modes in total for option.
1. Press and hold [PF1] key till the transceiver emits “a tone”, and then release it
to enter into background operation.
key to choose No.11 function item. It shows “DSP” on LCD.
2. Press
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3. Press
4. Press
key to enter into function menu setup.
key or
key to choose the desired setup.
FREQ: Frequency + Channel number (Amateur transceiver mode)
press ==key to switch into VFO mode.
CH: Channel number (Professional transceiver mode).
NAME: Channel name display. When a channel is not named,
LCD displays current frequency and channel number.
Otherwise, LCD displays channel name.
5. Press
to back to previous menu and
key or
key to confirm and exit.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
General
Frequency Range
UHF: 476.4250-477.4125MHz
Channel Capacity
80 channels
Phase-locked Step
5KHz, 6.25KHz
Operating Voltage
7.4 DC ±20%
Battery Life
More than 12 Hours (1200mAh), by 5-5-90 work cycle
Frequency Stability
±2.5ppm
Operating Temperature
-20~ +55℃
Size
195×56×30mm (with battery pack, no antenna)
Weight
185 g (with battery pack, no antenna)
Receiving Part
Narrow band
Sensitivity(12dB SINAD)
≤0.35μV
Adjacent Channel Selectivity
≥60dB
Intermodulation
≥60dB
Spurious Rejection
≥80dB
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Audio Response
6dB / per interval
Hum & Noise
≥45dB
Audio Distortion
≤5%
Audio Power Output
500mW (at 10%)
Transmitting Part
Modulation
11KΦF3E
Adjacent Channel
≥60dB
Hum & Noise
≥40dB
Spurious Emission
≤-36dB
Audio Response
6dB / per interval
Audio Distortion
≤5%
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
No power
Corrective Action
A.The battery pack may be exhausting. Recharge or replace the
battery pack.
B.The battery pack may not be installed correctly. Remove the
battery pack and install it again。
C.The power switch is broken; send it to local dealers to repair.
D. Battery touch is broken; send it to local dealers to repair.
Battery power dies shortly after
correctly charging.
The battery pack life is finished. Replace the battery pack with a
new one.
Transceiver cannot scan
The channels are not in scan list.
No sound after using microphone
for a while
Earphone jack is broken. (Please contact with local dealers to repair
it.)
A.Check whether the antenna is in good condition and the antenna
base do not come adrift.
B.The selected mode frequency is not in accord with local frequency
when programming.
C.Whether it has set in low power output. (Please contact with local
dealers to repair it.)
Communication distance
becomes short, and it is low
sensitivity
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
Cannot talk to or hear other
members in your group
Can not power on or frequent
power-off
The other party gets low or
intermittent receiving sound
Intermittent receiving with big
noise.
Loudspeaker become lower or
with “ka ka” sound after using
a certain time
Receive voice from the other
party but can not transmit
Receiving indicating lamp (green
light) lightens but no sound
A. Different frequency or channel, please change it.
B. Different CTCSS / DCS please reset it.
C. Out of communication range.
Check whether the battery terminals are out of shape or broken.
Check if the MIC is faulty (Otherwise, please contact your local
dealers to repair it.)
A.Out of communication range or obstructed by tall buildings or in
basement and so on.
B.450 filter is broken, Please contact with local dealers to repair.
Check whether the loudspeaker net is broken. Iron powder or
dust is in the loudspeaker. (Please contact with local dealers to
repair it.)
Check [PTT] key. (Please contact with local dealers to repair it.)
A.Low volume, please turn on clockwise.
B.Loudspeaker is broken. (Please contact with local dealers to
repair it.)
C.Earphone jack is broken. (Please contact with local dealers to
repair it.)
D.Volume switch is broken. (Please contact with local dealers to
repair it.)
CRYSTAL MOBILE WARRANTY AGAINST DEFECTS
This warranty against manufacturing defects is given by TDJ Australia Pty Ltd ACN 006
385 191). Our contact details are set out in clause 2.7.
1. Consumer guarantee
1.1 Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian
Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major (description
according to Australian Consumer Laws) failure and compensation for any other
reasonably foreseeable (description according to Australian Consumer Laws) loss or
damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail
to meet manufacturers specifications and the failure does not amount to a major
failure.
1.2 To the extent we are able, we exclude all other conditions, warranties and obligations which would otherwise be implied.
2. Warranty against defects
2.1 This Warranty is in addition to and does not limit, exclude or restrict your rights
under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Australia) or any other mandatory
protection laws that may apply. Consumer guarantees are a set of rules that apply to
goods and services purchased by consumers under the Australian Consumer Law
(ACL).
These rules set out the circumstances under which a business is required to provide a
consumer with a remedy.
The consumer guarantees automatically apply regardless of any voluntary or extended
warranty given by a seller or manufacturer of goods and services, or if such a warranty
has expired.
2.2 We warrant our goods to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for
the warranty period from the date of original sale (or another period we agree to in
writing). Subject to our obligations under clause 1.2, we will at our option, either repair
or replace goods which we are satisfied do not meet manufacturers specifications. We
warrant any replacement parts for the remainder of the period of warranty for the
goods into which they are incorporated.
2.3 To the extent permitted by law, our sole liability for breach of a condition, warranty
or other obligation implied by law is limited (a) in the case of goods we supply, to any
one of the following as we decide - (i) the replacement of the goods or the supply of
equivalent goods; (ii) the repair of the goods; (iii) the cost of repairing the goods or
of acquiring equivalent goods; (b) in the case of services we supply, to any one of the
following as we decide – (i) the supplying of the services again; (ii) the cost of
having the services supplied again.
2.4 For repairs outside the warranty period, we warrant our repairs to be free from
defects in materials and workmanship for three months from the date of the original
repair. We agree to repair or replace (at our option) any materials or workmanship
which we are satisfied do not meet manufacturers specifications.
2.5 We warrant that we will perform services with reasonable care and skill and agree
to investigate any complaint regarding our services made in good faith. If we are
satisfied that the complaint is justified, and as our sole liability to you under this
warranty (to the extent permitted at law), we agree to supply those services again at
no extra charge to you.
2.6 To make a warranty claim you must before the end of the applicable warranty
period, at your own cost, return the goods you allege do not meet manufacturers
specifications, provide written details of the alleged defect, and give us an original or
copy of the purchase receipt, sales invoice or some other evidence showing details of
the transaction.
2.7 Send your claim to: TDJ Australia PTY LTD. 78 Mills Road, Braeside Melbourne
Victoria 3195, Australia,
TEL: 03 8587 8898 FAX: 03 8587 8866
Email: [email protected]
2.8 If we determine that your goods do not meet manufacturers specifications, we will
pay for the cost of returning the repaired or replaced goods to you. If we find your
goods meet manufacturers specifications and no major defect is found, we will contact
you to arrange the return of the goods at your expense.
3. What this warranty does not cover
3.1 This warranty will not apply in relation to: (a) goods modified or altered in any
way; (b) defects and damage caused by use with non Standard Communications
products; (c) repairs performed other than by our authorized service team; (d)
defects or damage resulting from misuse, accident, impact or neglect; (e) goods
improperly installed or used in a manner contrary to the relevant instruction manual;
or (f ) goods where the serial number has been removed or made illegal.
4. Warranty period
4.1 We provide the following warranty on Crystal Mobile products. No repair or
replacement during the warranty period will renew or extend the warranty period past
the period from original date of purchase.
This products warranty period is 3 years from date of purchase
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