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XT·30
WALKIE-TALKIE PMR446
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Main functions
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Frequency: 446.00625 – 446.09375
Channels: 16 (8+8 pre-programmed)
38 CTCSS tones
Power: 500mW ERP
Side Tone: end transmission noise muffler
Vox function
Alphanumeric LCD Display
CALL function
Scan function
Battery life up to 5 hours
Operating temperature -20° to +55°
Weight: 75 gr (w/out batteries)
Dimensions: 48x90x32 mm
MIC/SPK accessory jack 2 pin
Recharge jack: micro USB
Category: B
What’s in the box
• 2 x XT30 transceivers with belt clip
• 6 x AAA rechargeable batteries 300mAh
• 1 x 2-way USB/micro USB cable
Coverage
The maximum range depends on terrain condition and is obtained during use
in an open space.
The only limitation to maximum possible range are environmental factors such
as blockage caused by trees, buildings, or other obstructions. Inside a car or a
metallic constructions, the range can be reduced. Normally the coverage in
the city, with buidings or other obstructions is about 1 or 2 Km. In open space
but with obstructions like trees, leafs or houses the maximum possible range is
about 2-4 Km. In open space, without obstructions and in sight, like for example in mountain, the coverage can be 6 Km.
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Above all….Safety!
Warnings
! Do not open the radio for any reason! The radio’s precision mechanics and electronics require experience and specialized equipment; for the same reason, the
radio should under no circumstances be realigned as it has already been calibrated for maximum performance. Unauthorized opening of the transceiver will void
the warranty.
! Do not use detergents, alcohol, solvents, or abrasives to clean the equipment.
Just use a soft, clean cloth. If the radio is very dirty, slightly dampen the cloth
with a mixture of water and a neutral soap.
Batteries
! Do not try to charge alkaline batteries or non rechargeable batteries. Make
sure that when you charge the radio, only rechargeable NI-MH batteries should
be contained in the battery compartment! It is very dangerous attempting to
recharge other types of batteries (for example alkaline or manganese batteries).
Batteries which are not suitable to be recharged may leak, explode or even burn
and cause damage!
! Using a different battery charger other than the one specified can cause damage
to your device or may even cause explosions and personal injuries.
! Do not throw batteries into fire or place them near heat as this may cause explosions or personal injuries. Dispose of the batteries according to procedures set
out by local regulations.
! Do not mix old and new batteries or batteries of different types or batteries
which have been used in different manners.
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CALL
CALL
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Description of the controls and
PTT
PTT functions
PTT
MENU
MENU
CALL
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3
MON
MON
MENU
SCAN
SCAN
4
MON
SCAN
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5
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XT10
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SPK
10
MIC
PTT
MON
SCAN
SPK
SPK
PTT
PTT
17
MENU
MIC
MIC
CALL
XT30
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XT30
XT30
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16
CALL
CALL
MENU
MENU
CALL
MON
MON
MENU
SCAN
SCAN
MON
SCAN
13
14
11
13
19
18
15
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PTT
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MENU
MON
SCAN
VOX function activated
Appears when the keypad lock is activated
Battery level
It is displayed when the radio is receiving a signal
Appears when the radio is transmitting (PTT pressed)
Indicates the selected CTCSS tone
Indicates the selected channel
Antenna
LCD Display
SPK/MIC jack. Jack for the connection to external accessories such as
microphones, headsets, etc
11. MON/SCAN. With this button you can enable/disable the Scan and
Monitor functions
12. MENU/ : Press this control to turn on/off the unit and to enter the radio’s menu.
13. ▲/▼: use these buttons to adjust the volume, select the channels and
functions
14. Microphone
15. Speaker
16. /CALL. Press this button to lock the keypad and to send out a call signal.
17. PTT button
18. USB port for the recharge of the radio
19. Battery and battery compartment. The transceiver accepts 3 x AAA
alkaline/ rechargeable batteries (supplied in the package). To open the
battery compartment, hold the unit face down and slide the cover.
Attention: The supplied batteries must be recharged before the first use (see the
section “Recharge” for more info).
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Let’s communicate!
To turn on/off the radio
Hold down MENU/ for 3 seconds.
Channel selection
Press once the Menu button and then select the desired channel by the ▲/▼
buttons. Press PTT to confirm the selection. Remember that both radios must
be set on the same channel.
Transmission
Keep pressed the PTT button. The display will show “Tx” and “to”. Release the
PTT and the radio beeps to confirm to other users that your transmission has
finished ( ‘Roger Beep’, see paragraph).
Reception
Simply release the PTT button. When you receive a signal “Rx” is displayed..
Volume adjustment
Press the ▲/▼ to adjust the volume at the desired level.
button / CALL function
This feature is very useful to avoid accidental pressure of the buttons. Press and
hold the “ /CALL” button for more than 3 seconds. The icon confirms that
the keypad lock is activated. Only PTT and /CALL will still be active. Repeat
the same procedure to unlock the keypad.
Sending an audio signal (CALL)
By pressing quickly /CALL ,you will send an audio signal to other users on the
same channel.
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Menu button
The following functions can be selected by pressing the Menu button:
• VOX
• Roger Beep on/off
• Channel setting
• CTCSS tone setting
• Keypad Beep
VOX function and its sensitivity
The VOX function lets you open the transmission by voice without the use of
the PTT button.
Push the Menu button for three times; “VOX” blinks on the display. Select ‘on’
by means of the ▲/▼ buttons and wait 3 seconds as confirmation.
To disable the VOX mode
Press the Menu button for three times. Select “OF” by means of the ▲/▼
buttons and then push PTT to confirm.
Attention: To use the VOX with the optional headset, move the small switch of
the headset to the VOX position. Move it back to PTT position if you don’t use
the VOX function.
Roger Beep: End transmission tone
When the PTT is released the radio will beep to confirm to other users that
your transmission is finished. This feature is enabled by default.
To disable it:
1. Press the Menu button till the display shows “rb”
2. Select “oF” by means of the ▲/▼ buttons.
3. Confirm your selection by pushing the PTT button.
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Channel setting
Press once the Menu button and then select the desired channel by the ▲/▼
buttons. Press PTT to confirm the selection.
CTCSS sub-audio tone setting
The CTCSS sub-tones, are code numbers (from 1 to 38) that can be added to
the first 8 channels in order to create a new private channel. You can add up
to 38 codes to the channels named from P1 to P8. For example if you add the
CTCSS sub-tone “27” to the channel “P3” you will obtain the new channel
“P327” that will be able to communicate to other transceivers only if they will
be set on the same channel and sub tone.
To activate 38 different CTCSS sub-tones follow these steps:
1. Turn on the radio.
2. Press the Menu button and select with the ▲/▼ buttons one of the 8
channels (from P1 to P8).
3. Press twice the Menu button until the display shows the selected channel
with the flashing two CTCSS sub-tone digits (on the right of the channel)
4. Select with the ▲/▼ buttons the desired CTCSS tone (from 1 to 38).
5. To confirm the setting press PTT.
Now the radio transmits and receives using the programmed CTCSS subtone. If you don’t want to use any CTCSS tone, select “oF”.
CTCSS tones displayed on the LCD
When you activate a CTCSS sub-tone, from P1 to P8, you can see the tone
on the right side of the channel. For the other channels (from 9 onwards) the
CTCSS sub-code is pre-programmed and then “hidden”.
Keypad beep off
Everytime you press any button, you will hear a beep sound. To deactivate it
press Menu 5 times. Then select “oF” with the ▲/▼ controls and confirm your
selection by pushing PTT. To enable the beep again, repeat the same procedure
and select “ON”.
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MON/SCAN
Monitor function
When this feature is activated, the radio can receive very low and weak signals.
This is very useful when you need to talk but the distance is as far as the maximum range possible; with the monitor feature you can extend the coverage
of the radio.
The disadvantage is the reception of loud background noises.
Activation/Deactivation: Keep pressed MON/SCAN till the display shows
“Rx”.
SCAN function
The SCAN mode monitors the busy channels.
It is used to check the traffic radio on all the channels before transmitting and
allows the unit to stop on a channel that someone is talking on. When the radio
stops on a busy channel, the scan will resume after about 5 seconds.
To activate the SCAN function
1. Push MON/SCAN.
2. While the scan mode is operating, if you push the ▲/▼ controls you can
choose the scanning direction.
To deactivate it:
Press MON/SCAN or PTT.
Recharge
When the batteries are discharged, the icon
starts blinking: it is necessary to start the recharge as soon as possible. The icon blinks only if the radio
is turned on.
ATTENTION
Alkaline batteries cannot be recharged.
Do not recharge the radio without the rechargeable batteries.
For the very first time, we recommend to recharge the radio for 10/12 hours.
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Insert the batteries into the radio. Plug the USB supplied in the package into
the USB port of the radio. The icon with its bars will be displayed to indicate
that the radio is being charged. Once the batteries are fully charged the bars of
the icon
will be steady. We recommend to disconnect the power supply
(disconnect the USB cable).
Note: the USB cable must be connected to devices with a charge current of
500mAh at least.
Auto power save
XT30 is supplied with an automatic current economy circuit. If the transceiver
receives no signal for more than 10 seconds, the “power save function” automatically activates. The battery life may increase by up to 50 %.
Accessories
XT30 is provided with a MIC/SPK jack for the connection of external accessories such as mikes or headsets. This plug is 2-pin type and is compatible with
all Midland accessories.
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Troubleshooting and radio reset
XT30 is designed to provide you with years of optimal performance. If for
some reason problems arise, refer to this chapter before contacting a service
centre in your region.
Reset
If your transceiver experiences a logical malfunction (improper symbols on the
display, blocking of functions, etc.), it may not be experiencing a true failure,
but rather a problem caused by external factors. For example, it may have an
incorrect setting brought on by a noise or spikes in the electrical system during
battery recharging. In such cases, you can reset the transceiver to its factoryprogrammed settings, by resetting all parameters:
• Turn off the transceiver
• Keep pressed the ▲ button and turn on the radio at the same time. All the
functions will be reset ex-factory.
Before you go ahead with the reset, we recommend that you take note of all
the settings you have carried out as they will be deleted.
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Technical specifications
Channels...................................................16 PMR446 (8 + 8 pre-programmed)
Frequency............................................................ 446.00625 - 446.09375MHz
Channel spacing..........................................................................................12.5 KHz
Power supply...................................... 3 x AAA rechargeable batteries 300mAh
.................................................................................... 3x AAA type 4.5V(Alkaline)
........................................................ 3.6V(Rechargeable) batteries +/- 10% VDC
Operating temperature...................................................................... -20° to +55°
Dimensions (w/out antenna)...........................................................48x90x32mm
Weight (w/out batteries).....................................................................................75g
Duty cycle............................................................... TX 5%, RX 5%, stand-by 90%
Category...................................................................................................................B
Transmitter
Output power....................................................................................500 mW ERP
Modulation............................................................................................................ FM
Spuriuous rejection.............................................................within ETSI regulations
Receiver
Sensitiviy @ 12dB Sinad........................................................................... <0,30μV
Adjacent channel rejection..............................................................................70dB
Audio output power......................................................... .~250mW @ 10% THD
Jack for external mike....................................................................... stereo 2,5 mm
Jack for external speaker...................................................................mono 3.5 mm
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
ATTENTION
Direct plug-in ac/dc power supply must be used for disconnecting the transceiver
from the mains; the desktop charger must be positioned close to the unit and
easily accessible.
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Prodotto o importato da:
CTE INTERNATIONAL s.r.l.
Via. R.Sevardi 7- 42124 Reggio Emilia Italia
www.midlandeurope.com
L’uso di questo apparato può essere soggetto a restrizioni nazionali (per l’uso in Italia, è richiesta una dichiarazione di possesso). Prima dell’uso leggere attentamente le istruzioni.
Produced or imported by:
CTE INTERNATIONAL s.r.l.
Via. R.Sevardi 7 42124 Mancasale Reggio Emilia Italy
Imported by:
ALAN - NEVADA UK
Unit 1 Fitzherbert Spur Farlington Portsmouth Hants.
P06 1TT - United Kingdom
www.nevada.co.uk
The use of this transceiver can be subject to national restrictions. Read the instructions carefully before
installation and use.
Importado por:
ALAN COMMUNICATIONS, SA
C/Cobalt, 48 - 08940 Cornellà de Llobregat (Barcelona - España)
www.midland.es
El uso de este equipo puede estar sujeto a la obtención de la correspondiente autorización administrativa. Lea
atentamente las instrucciones antes de usar el equipo.
Vertrieb durch:
ALAN ELECTRONICS GmbH
Daimlerstraße 1K - D-63303 Dreieich Deutschland
www.alan-electronics.de
Die Benutzung dieses Funkgerätes ist von den landesspezifischen Bestimmungen abhängig. Vor Benutzung
Bedienungsanleitung beachten.
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