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WIRELESS TRANSCEIVER SYSTEM
TDSS-900-PNA
User Guide
900MHz Series
Version 1.5.3
● Read this user’s guide carefully for safe operation and proper
use of the product
.
● Features and specifications are subject to change without
notification.
RECOMMENDATIONS
BOX CONTENTS
- Prior to use, charge TX at least 3 hours
- Disconnect the battery or switch the power OFF.
when TX Set is not in use for long periods
- Charge TX Set when not in use for short periods
1. Transmitter (TX)
2. Receiver (RX)
3. Plug-In Microphone (MONO)
TROUBLESHOOTING
4. Mounting Bracket for Receiver with screw
Problems
No reception
Check Points
- Check the battery status
- Check the connection and cables
- Check the communication range
5. Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery
6. Leather Pouch
7. External antenna
Poor reception,
static, noise
Unit does not
respond
- Change the location of RX Set
- Check the communication range
- Check to see if unit is placed near TV,
speakers, or other electronic devices
- Check the battery status
- Check the power switch on the bottom of
the unit
- Check the connection and cables
8. Desktop charger for transmitter
9. AC Power supply for desktop charger
10. Charger Stand for Desktop Charger
11. Straight Type internal antenna
12. RF Main Cable
13. In-car MIC
14. Instruction Manual
TIP2 Preserving the Batteries
In order to maintain the optimum capacity of the rechargeable battery pack,
the unit has to be fully discharged (by using) approximately every 6 months.
Then recharge the battery to full capacity again.
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2
DESCRIPTION – Main Cable
DESCRIPION - Receiver
To Receiver
1A In-Line Fuse
1
Power
(Red)
2
Power GND
(Black)
3
Audio Out
(RCA connector)
4
Trigger REC
(Yellow)
GPIO GND
<Front>
GND
(Black)
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# Important: These three ground wires have to be all connected together
- Power ground wire from TDSS-900-PNA, Trigger ground wire from TDSS-900-PNA,
and Ground wire of the Recorder GPIO.
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5
<Rear>
Connection with the system
- Power DC12V (Red), Power GND (Black): Power Cables to engine
battery.
- Audio Out (RCA Connector): Connects to “AUDIO IN 1” port in the
back of recorder.
- Trigger REC (Yellow): Connect to GPIO1 brown cable.
- GND (Black): Connect to GPIO black cable.
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<Bottom>
1
Antenna Connection
5
Serial Number Label
2
Talk On (Green LED)
6
Main Cable Connection
3
BATT (Battery Status)
7
FCC Label
4
Charging Pin / Matching ID
* # 2 Talk On LED
When TX triggers the recording of the
system, green LED lights on.
* # 3 Charging Status
Red LED – In charging
Green LED – Fully Charged
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OPERATION
OPERATION
- Install the bracket by using the screws
- Slide RX Set onto the Bracket
- Connect the main cable to RX Set
- Connect the antenna (Internal Antenna or External Antenna
to the RX Set.
* Place external antenna on the windshield at the point (Horizontal
or Vertical) as following picture.
Indication of LED Button
Mode
Talk
REC
Low
Battery
Out of
range
Push
Push
Mode
button
Mute
OFF
Talk button
Mode
button
ON
Mute
button
Talk button
Red LED
< External Antenna Installation >
Vibration
Blue On
(notes 1~3)
Blue
Blink
Red On
Red Blink
No
Indication
Blue Off
Blue
Off
Red Off
Red Off
- Put the battery pack into TX Set
Off
Red/Blue
Blink
(Mute/Talk)
Red Off
Note:
- Switch the power ON
(located on the bottom of TX unit)
1. LED ON: this mode as initial when Power on
2. After synchronized, the mode goes back to the last.
3. When TX is Off and inserted to RX, there will be no synchronized.
- Prior to use, charge the unit by placing TX set in the
RX set at least for 3 hours
- Place TX on RX to sync the code
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6
DESCRIPTION - Transmitter
DESCRIPTION - HOME CHARGER
3
2
1
Battery LED
4
5
Power Adapter Connector
* Battery LED : In Charging – Red LED
Fully Charged – Green LED (4V ~ 4.2V)
(Note) Place TX on the charger at least 4.5sec for the initializing.
<Front>
<Rear>
Installation for Charger stand
6
8
9
7
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<Bottom>
<Top>
1
Beep Tone
6
TX Power On/Off
2
Built-in MIC
7
Battery Cover
3
Microphone Jack
8
Mute Button
4
FCC Label
9
Talk Button
5
Serial Number Label
10
Mode Selection Button
3
Charger Stand
TIP1 How to detach TX from RX and Home Charger
To prevent units from being broken by the improper use,
detach TX unit from RX unit as the drawing described
on the right picture.
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CAUTION
SPECIFICATION
- Use only provided antenna with RX Set
- Do not immerse in water or keep in humid areas
- Do not place near TV, speakers, or other electronic devices
- Before installation, check power supply and voltage to avoid
hazards
- Do not apply force or shock to the unit
- Do not disassemble the unit
- Placement of items on the duty belt can restrict ready access to
important equipment. The location of the wireless transmitter or any
other device provided with this system that is carried on the
officer's person should be chosen with care and consideration.
After a location is selected, the officer should test access to and
practice drawing primary items such as service firearms and
secondary defense devices such as Aerosol Subject Restraint,
Batons, Electronic Disruption Devices, etc. Proper operation of
handheld radios and other signaling devices should also be tested as
should access to handcuffs and other restraining devices
- Do not ware body-worn cords in such a way that can cause
strangulation (i.e. loop around the neck or any other body part)
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Power
DC 12V for RX
Frequency (MHz)
902 ~ 927MHz Band Width
Number of Channel
20Channels
Channel Space
1.2MHz
Speech Coder
32Kbps ADPCM with parity
Type of Modulation
DBPSK SS MODULATION/DEMODULATION
Processing Gain
11dB
Data Rate
80Kbps Time Division Duplex
Frame Rate
1.92M Samples/s (2 Samples/Chip)
Receiver Sensitivity
-102dBm, -82dBm
Battery
Talking Time: 12Hours
Charging Time: 3Hours
Battery Capacity
Lithium-ion 3.7V DC/ 2000mA
TX power levels
100mW, 10mW, 1mW
Temperature Range
-20°C ~ 60°C
Dimensions (WxDxH)
TX: 54mm x 30.5mm x 83.6mm
RX: 104mm x38mm x 81.5mm
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