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THANK YOU!

Thank you for your purchase of the HYT TC-700 radio - the choice for professionals. This easy-to-use radio will deliver you secure, instant and reliable communications at peak efficiency. Please read this manual carefully before use. The information presented herein will help you to derive maximum performance from your radio.

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TC-700 VHF Two-way Radio

TC-700 UHF Two-way Radio

Contents

Safety and General Information

Product Inspection

Battery

Antenna

Accessory Information

Attaching the Battery

Removing the Battery

Attaching the Antenna

Removing the Antenna

Attaching the Belt Clip

Removing the Belt Clip

Attaching the Earpiece/Microphone

Getting Started

Programmable Auxiliary Functions

Basic Operations

Advanced Operations

Call1/Call2

Emergency

Lone Worker

Lone Worker Backup

Man Down (optional)

Man Down Backup (optional)

Monitor/Squelch Off

Squelch Level Check / Selectable Squelch Level (SQL)

Scan

Scan Backup

Scrambler

Talk Around

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Output Power Check/Adjust Power Level

Whisper

Whisper Backup

Battery Power Indicator

Rental Timer Indicator

Channel Annunciation Temporary Enable

Channel Annunciation

Auto Contact

Auto Contact Temporary Delete

TX Low Power Mode Enable

TX Low Power Temporary Enable

Channel Lock

Patrol Event Select

Transmit Confirm

Background Operations

Time-out Timer (TOT)

Busy Channel Lockout (BCL)

Battery Save

Low Battery Alert

Safety Check

CTCSS/CDCSS

DTMF

2-Tone/HDC1200/HDC2400

TM

Signalling Logic

BOT ID and EOT ID (PTT ID)

Troubleshooting

Care and Cleaning

Optional Accessories

Channel Frequency Table

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Safety and General Information

The following general safety precautions as would normally apply, should be observed during all phases of operation, service and repair of this equipment.

◇ This equipment should be serviced by qualified technicians only.

◇ Do not modify the radio for any reason.

◇ Only accessories approved by HYT may be used.

◇ Use only the supplied or an approved antenna.

◇ Don not use any portable radio that has a damaged antenna. If a damaged antenna comes into contact with your skin, a minor burn can result.

◇ For vehicles with an air bag, do not place a radio in the area over an air bag or in the air bag deployment area. Air bags inflate with great force. If a radio is placed in the air bag deployment area and the air bag inflates, the radio may be propelled with great force and cause serious injury to occupants of the vehicle.

◇ Turn off your radio prior to entering any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere.

◇ To avoid possible interference with blasting operations, turn off your radio when you are near electrical blasting caps, in a blasting area, or in areas posted: “Turn off twoway radio.” Obey all signs and instructions.

◇ Do not charge your battery in a potentially explosive atmosphere.

◇ Do not expose the radio to direct sunlight over a long time, nor place it close to heating source.

◇ When using your radio, hold the radio in a vertical position with the microphone 3 to 4 centimeters away from your lips.

◇ If you wear a radio on your body when transmitting, ensure the radio and its antenna are at least 2.5cm away from your body.

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Product Inspection

Before unpacking the TC-700 portable radio, please inspect the packaging for signs of damage and report any damage to your dealer.

Upon unpacking of the TC-700 portable radio, please ensure that all items shipped were received, report any missing or damaged items to your dealer.

Accessories

Item

Antenna

Belt Clip

Qty. (PCS)

1

1

Screws

Strap

Battery

Charger

2

1

1

1

Adapter

Power Cable

Warranty Card

Owner’s Manual

Declaration of Conformity

1

1

1

1

1

Note: Frequency band is marked on the label of antenna, if not, identify the frequency band according to the color circle, red indicates UHF, green indicates VHF. Please refer to the label on the radio unit for detailed frequency band information.

The radio unit is shipped with screws mounted from the factory.

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Battery

Safety Precautions

The battery option is shipped uncharged from the factory. Please charge a new battery or battery that has not been used for a long time prior to use. The maximum capacity of the battery is achieved only after 2 or 3 charging and discharging cycles. When the battery power runs low, please recharge the battery or replace with a refresh one.

Initial Use

The HYT approved battery is shipped not fully charged at the factory. Prior to using a new battery, please charge it for 12 hours, which applies for Ni-Cd, Ni-MH and Li-Ion battery charged with slow or rapid rate charger. It is recommended to take this step for the first three times of use. When the battery power runs low, please recharge the battery.

Applicable Battery Packs

To reduce the risk of injury, charge only the battery specified by the manufacturer. Other batteries may burst, causing bodily injury and damage.

Caution:

1. Do not short circuit the battery terminals or discard the battery in fire. Never attempt to disassemble the battery.

2. The battery should be charged at 5℃ ~ 40℃, temperature out of this range could result the battery not fully charged.

3. When charging a battery attached to a radio, turn the radio off to ensure a full charge.

4. Do not cut off the power supply or remove the battery when charging a battery.

5. If the operation time will not increase even though the battery is properly charged, this means the battery life cycle is over, please replace with a new one.

6.

Do not return fully charged batteries to the charger for an “extra boost”. This action will significantly reduce battery life.

7. Never charge a battery that is wet. Please dry it with soft cloth prior to charge.

All batteries can cause property damage and/or bodily injury such as burns if a conductive material such as jewelry, keys, or beaded chains touch exposed terminals. The conductive material may complete an electrical circuit (short circuit) and become quite hot.

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Exercise care in handling any charged battery, particularly when placing it inside a pocket, purse, or other container with metal objects.

To Prolong Battery Life

Battery performance will be greatly decreased at a temperature -20℃ below. Please use back-up battery in cold weather. The cold battery unable to work in this situation may work under room temperature, so keep it for later use.

The dust on the battery contact may affect battery life. Please use clean dry cloth to wipe it before the attaching the battery to the radio.

Battery Storage

1. Considering the battery's self-discharge characteristics, fully charge the battery prior to long time storage, to avoid battery damage due to over-discharge.

2. Recharge the battery after 6 mont hs’ storage, to avoid reducing battery capacity due to over-discharge.

3. Notice the ambient humidity and temperature for the battery storage. Please store it in cool dry area under room temperature, to reduce self-discharge capacity.

Charging the Battery

When the LED flashes red and three beeps sound every 30 seconds indicating the battery power runs low, please recharge the battery.

Only the charger specified by the manufacturer may be used. The charger’s LED indicates the charging progress.

Status

Standby (no-load)

Charger LED Remarks

Red LED flashes slowly Intelligent rapid-rate charger

(0.2s on/3s off ) only

Battery is charging

Battery is fully charged

Error

Red LED solidly glows

Green LED solidly glows

Red LED flashes rapidly Intelligent rapid-rate charger

(0.2s on/0.2s off) only

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Please follow these steps:

1. Plug the power cable into the adapter.

2. Plug the DC connector of the adapter into the DC socket on the back of the charger.

3. Place the radio with the battery attached, or the battery alone, in the charger.

4. Plug the AC connector of the adapter into the AC outlet socket.

5. Make sure the battery is in well contact with the charging terminals, the charging process initiates when the red LED lights.

6. The greed LED lights about 3 hours later indicating the battery is fully charged. Then remove the radio with the battery attached or the battery alone from the charger.

Note: a) It is normal that the LED flashes before placing the battery into the charger. b) Do not place another battery into the charger until the charger LED is stabilized. c) After the battery is placed properly, the LED solidly glows red indicating the battery is charging, or flashes indicating the battery is damaged or the ambient temperature is over high/low.

Troubleshooting (intelligent rapid-rate charger only):

When troubleshooting, always observe the color of the LED:

No LED Indication?

1. Make sure that the power cord is plugged into an appropriate AC outlet.

Red LED flashes rapidly (0.2s on/0.2s off)?

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1. Remove the battery from the charger, and: a) make sure that it is a HYT authorized battery. Other batteries may not charge. b) Remove power from the battery charger and, using a clean dry cloth, clean the gold metal, charging contacts of the battery and charger.

2. The battery temperature may be above 45℃.

3. Defective battery, please replace it with a new one.

4. Power up the charger and place the battery back into the charger pocket. If the LED indicator continues to flash red, replace the battery.

Note:

Rapid charging outside of the stated temperature limits (5℃~40℃) can drastically reduce the life expectancy of the battery.

When the battery charger detects the proper battery conditions, rapid charging begins automatically (steady red LED).

If the battery temperature is above 45℃, the charger will report the fault by flashing red LED rapidly (0.2s on/0.2s off), and will not charge until the battery temperature is below 45℃, with red LED solidly glows (Ni-MH battery only).

Antenna

 Stubby antennas are ideal for communication within limited range. Fine and long antennas optimizes communication coverage, ideal when the radio is worn on the belt because they are flexible and soft.

Rainy days or forest locations may narrow your communication range, please prepare in advance to avoid potential inconvenience.

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Accessory Information

1. Attaching the Battery

Align the battery with the guide rails on the radio unit, slide the battery upwards until you hear a “click” and the battery latch on the bottom of radio locks the battery. (Shown as

Figure 1)

Figure 1

2. Removing the Battery

With the radio off, slide the battery latch away from the battery, slide down the battery for 1 to 2 centimeters, then remove the battery from the radio unit. (Shown as Figure 2)

Figure 2

Battery Latch

3. Attaching the Antenna

With the radio off, turn the antenna clockwise to attach it. (Shown as Figure 3)

4. Removing the Antenna

With the radio off, turn the antenna counter-clockwise to remove it. (Shown as Figure 3)

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Attach Remove

Figure 3

5. Attaching the Belt Clip

Remove the screws that locking the belt clip to the radio unit, match the screw hole on the metal holder with that on the aluminum chassis, then secure it using the screws. (Shown as Figure 4)

Figure 4

6. Removing the Belt Clip

Remove the screws to remove the belt clip. (Shown as Figure 5)

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Figure 5

7. Attaching the Earpiece/Microphone

Open (not remove) the accessory cover, plug the audio accessory firmly into the accessory jack, then secure the screw using your hand or a coin. Please loosen the screw prior to removing the audio accessory. (Shown as Figure 6)

Note: Using the radio with audio accessory may affect the waterproof performance of the radio.

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Figure 6

Getting Started

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4

5

6

9

10

11

12

16

1

2

3

13

14

1 4

15

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1. PTT (Push-to-Talk) Key

Press and hold down the PTT key to transmit, release it to receive.

2. SK1 (Side Key 1) (programmable)

3. SK2 (Side Key 2) (programmable)

4. Antenna

5. Microphone

6. Speaker

7. TK (Top Key) (programmable)

8. Channel Selector Knob

Rotate the knob to select from channel 1 to 16.

9. Radio On-Off/Volume Control Knob

Rotate the knob clockwise to turn the radio on, rotate the knob fully counter-clockwise until a “click” is heard to turn the radio off.

Turn the knob clockwise to increase the volume, or counter-clockwise to decrease the volume.

10. LED Indicator

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Table below explains the functions of the LEDs and beeps.

Wired

Clone

Wireless

Clone

Source radio: Turn the source radio on while The orange LED flashes holding down the PTT and SK2. twice.

Slave radio: Rotate the On-Off/Volume

Control knob clockwise to turn the slave radio on.

Source radio (power on the slave radio and 1) LED solidly glows red connect the cloning cable, then press the when cloning progress;

PTT of source radio to initiate cloning.) 2) LED goes out when cloning is finished;

3) LED flashes red when cloning fails.

Slave radio 1) LED solidly glows green when cloning progress;

2) LED goes out when cloning is finished.

Turn on both the source radio and slave The orange LED flashes radio while holding down the PTT and SK1. once.

Both radios are required to be on the same channel for cloning.

Source radio (turn on both the source radio LED solidly glows red when and slave radio while holding down the PTT cloning progress. and SK1, then press the PTT of source radio while both radios are on the same channel to initiate cloning.)

Slave radio 1) LED solidly glows green when cloning progress;

2) LED flashes green and radio sounds beep tone, when cloning is finished;

3) LED flashes red when cloning fails.

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Power On

Low Battery Alert

Transmitting

Receiving

The green LED flashes once.

LED flashes red, and radio sounds three beeps every 30 seconds.

LED glows red

LED glows green when carrier presents.

Scanning Green LED flashes once every 1 second.

Programming Reading: LED glows red;

Writing: LED glows green.

Encoding (DTMF/PTT ID/2-Tone/HDC1200/HDC2400

TM

)

1) LED glows red while

Decoding (2-Tone/HDC1200/HDC2400

TM

) transmitting;

2) LED glows orange when transmission ends.

Orange LED flashes after the signalling is successfully decoded.

Select Power Level 1W: One beep is heard;

2W: Two beeps are heard;

4W/5W: Three beeps are heard.

Function Key Press One beep to enable, two beeps to disable.

11. Accessory Jack

12. Battery Latch

13. Belt Clip

14. Accessory cover

15. Battery

16. Screw

17. Electrode Piece

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Programmable Auxiliary Functions

Your dealer may program the TK, SK1, SK2 (long or short press) keys with one of the following auxiliary functions respectively.

 None

 Call1/Call2

 Emergency

 Emergency Cancel

 Lone Worker

 Lone Worker Backup

 Man Down (optional)

 Man Down Backup (optional)

 Monitor

 Monitor Momentary

 Nuisance Channel Temporary Delete

 Nuisance Channel Delete

 Squelch level Check

 Selectable Squelch Level (SQL)

 Scan

 Scan Backup

 Scrambler

 Scrambler Backup

 Squelch Off

 Squelch Off-Momentary

 Talk Around

 Output Power Check

 Adjust Power Level

 Whisper

 Whisper Backup

 Battery Power Indicator

 Rental Time Indicator

 Channel Annunciation Temporary Enable

 Channel Annunciation

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 External Scrambler (optional)

 External Scrambler Backup (optional)

 Auto Contact

 Auto Contact Temporary Delete

 TX Low Power Mode Enable

 TX Low Power Temporary Enable

 Channel Lock

 Patrol Event Select

Transmit Confirm

Basic Operations

1. Rotate the On-Off/Volume Control knob clockwise to turn the radio on, green LED flashes once.

A beep is heard if alert tone is set by your dealer.

2. Press the programmed Monitor key or Squelch Off key to hear activities on the current channel, then rotate the On-Off/Volume Control knob clockwise to adjust the volume.

3. Rotate the Channel Selector knob to select a desired channel. If the Channel

Annunciation feature is enabled by your dealer, your radio will automatically report the current channel number when the selector is positioned to a channel.

4. To transmit, press and hold down the PTT key, speak into the microphone at your normal voice level.

Hold the radio about 2.5 to 5 centimeters away from your mouth.

5. Release the PTT key to receive.

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Advanced Operations

The following functions are programmable by your dealer.

Call1/Call2

Press the programmed Call1/Call2 key to transmit the stored DTMF code, 2-Tone,

HDC1200 or HDC2400

TM

signalling.

Emergency

Press the programmed Emergency key to emit emergency alarm, or send ENI

(Emergency Number Identity) / background tone to a pre-defined person or the dispatcher

(selectable via programming software). You may long or short press the function key to cancel the emergency procedure.

Lone Worker

The feature provides added security and safety for individuals who work remotely from their team. Press the programmed function key to activate the Lone Worker feature, the radio is set up to request a response from a user at regular intervals. Should a user not press any key as response to a regular warning tone, then a defined emergency procedure is activated.

The Lone Worker status will not be memorized once radio power off.

Lone Worker Backup

The feature provides added security and safety for individuals who work remotely from their team. Press the programmed function key to activate the Lone Worker feature, the radio is set up to request a response from a user at regular intervals. Should a user not press any key as response to a regular warning tone, then a defined emergency procedure is activated.

The Lone Worker status will be memorized after radio power off and on.

Man Down (optional)

Press the programmed function key to activate the Man Down mode, horizontally or inversely position the radio will activate an alert tone, a defined emergency procedure is activated if the radio is horizontally or inversely positioned for a certain length of time.

Place the radio vertically to cancel the emergency procedure.

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The Man Down status will not be memorized once radio power off.

Man Down Backup (optional)

Press the programmed function key to activate the Man Down mode, horizontally or inversely position the radio will activate an alert tone, a defined emergency procedure is activated if the radio is horizontally or inversely positioned for a certain length of time.

Place the radio vertically to cancel the emergency procedure.

The Man Down status will be memorized after radio power off.

Monitor/Squelch Off

 Monitor

Press the Monitor key to open signalling squelch. Press it again to close.

 Monitor Momentary

Press the Monitor Momentary key to open signalling squelch. Release it to close.

 Squelch Off

Press the Squelch Off key to open noise squelch. Press it again to close.

 Squelch Off Momentary

Press the Squelch Off Momentary key to open noise squelch. Release it to close.

Squelch Level Check / Selectable Squelch Level (SQL)

Upon long press the programmed Squelch Level Check key, the radio reports the squelch level set on the current channel.

Short press the Adjust Squelch Level key to change the squelch level, the squelch increases by 1 level upon every press of the function key (level 9~0 cycle, select level 0 activates a beep tone with the squelch always open), then save your change.

Scan

Press the programmed Scan key to initiate radio scanning from the current channel, and ascends through the channel numbers in scan list. The green LED flashes when scanning proceeds, and solidly glows when a signal is received with signalling match on a channel.

Press the Scan key again to exit radio scanning. The Scan status will not be memorized once radio power off.

Nuisance Channel Temporary Delete

 When scan pauses on an unwanted channel such as a noise channel, press the

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programmed Nuisance Channel Temporary Delete key to temporarily delete the channel from the scan list.

 The priority channel can be deleted temporarily only.

 If there’s only one or two channels in the scan list, one of them cannot be deleted.

 Once radio exits from the scan mode, or power off and on, the temporarily deleted channel will turn back to the scan list.

Nuisance Channel Delete

When scan pauses on an unwanted channel such as a noise channel, press the programmed Nuisance Channel Delete key to permanently delete the channel from the scan list. The deleted channel will not turn back to the scan list one radio exits from the scan mode, or power off and on.

 The priority channel can be deleted temporarily only.

 If there’s only one or two channels in the scan list, one of them cannot be deleted.

Scan Backup

Press the programmed Scan key to initiate radio scanning from the current channel, and ascends through the channel numbers in scan list. The green LED flashes when scanning proceeds, and solidly glows when a signal is received with signalling match on a channel.

Press the Scan key again to exit radio scanning.

The Scan status will be memorized after radio power off and on.

Scrambler

The feature includes scrambler and scrambler backup.

In order for members of your own group to understand your call while you are using the

Scrambler, all other members must also activate the Scrambler on their radios. When activated, any other party listening on your channel will be unable to understand your conversation.

 Scrambler

Press the programmed function key to activate the Scrambler feature. When activated, any other party listening on your channel is prevented from eavesdropping your

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conversation.

The Scrambler status will not be memorized once radio power off and on.

 Scrambler Backup

Press the programmed function key to activate the Scrambler Backup feature. When activated, any other party listening on your channel is prevented from eavesdropping your conversation.

The Scrambler status will be memorized after radio power off and on.

 External Scrambler (optional)

The external scrambler is controlled from the programmed External Scrambler key.

The External Scrambler status will not be memorized once radio power off and on.

 External Scrambler Backup (optional)

The external scrambler is controlled from the programmed External Scrambler key.

The External Scrambler status will be memorized after radio power off and on.

Talk Around

Press the programmed function key to activate the Talk Around feature. When activated, the Rx frequency is used in place of the Tx frequency when transmitting.

Output Power Check/Adjust Power Level

Upon long press the programmed Output Power Check key, the radio reports the output power level set on the current channel, with one beep for low power level, two beeps for medium power level, or three beeps for high power level.

Short press the Adjust Power Level key to change the power level, the power increases by

1 level upon every press of the function key (low~med~high cycle). You change is saved.

Whisper

Press the programmed function key to activate the Whisper feature. When activated, you can speak quietly into the radio and still be heard clearly. Press the key again to exit from the feature. The Whisper status will not be memorized once radio power off and on.

Whisper Backup

Press the programmed function key to activate the Whisper feature. When activated, you can speak quietly into the radio and still be heard clearly. Press the key again to exit from the feature. The Whisper status will be memorized after radio power off and on.

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Battery Power Indicator

Upon press the programmed Battery Power Indicator key, the radio sounds “1”, “2”, “3”, or

“4” to indicate the current battery level.

Battery Level Audible Indicator

“1”

“2”

“3”

“4”

Very Low

Low

Satisfactory

High

Rental Timer Indicator

Upon press the programmed Rental Time Indicator key, the radio sounds

“1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, or “5” to indicate the remaining time that the user is allow to use the radio. The Rental

Time is programmable by your dealer.

Channel Annunciation Temporary Enable

Press the programmed Channel Annunciation Temporary Enable key, may activate the following two situations : a) If the current channel number is heard :

Press the function key, if two beeps are heard, the Channel Annunciation will be temprorily canceled. Upon re-turn on radio, the current channel number will be heard.

If one beep is heard, the Channel Annunciation will be temprorily enabled. Upon re-turn on radio, the current channel number will be heard. b) If the current channel number is not heard :

Press the function key, if two beeps are heard, the Channel Annunciation will be temprorily canceled. Upon re-turn on radio, the current channel number will not be heard.

If one beep is heard, the Channel Annunciation will be temprorily enabled. Upon re-turn on radio, the current channel number will not be heard.

Channel Annunciation

Press the programmed Channel Annunciation key, if two beep are heard, the Channel

Annunciation will be canceled. Upon re-turn on radio, the current channel number will not

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be heard.

If one beep is heard, the Channel Annunciation will be enabled. Upon re-turn on radio, the current channel number will be heard.

Auto Contact

When a group of radios are set with Auto Contact, the radio will automatically emit alert tone if the user is out of communication range.

Auto Contact Temporary Delete

Press the programmed Auto Contact Temporary Delete key to temporarily delete the selected ID from the current Auto Contact List.

TX Low Power Mode Enable

Press the programmed TX Low Power Mode Enable key, if one beep is heard, the TX Low

Power is enabled. If two beeps are heard, the TX Low Power is disabled.

TX Low Power Temporary Enable

Press the TX Low Power Temporary Enable key to transmit a contact signal for determining the transmit power level.

Channel Lock

When the Channel Lock feature is activated, rotate the channel selector is invalid.

Patrol Event Select

After a patrol message is received, press the programmed Patrol Event Select key to select an appropriate patrol event.

Transmit Confirm

Press the programmed Transmit Confirm key to transmit the selected patrol event to the dispatcher.

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Background Operations

Time-out Timer (TOT)

The feature allows for more efficient use of channels by limiting the maximum time of each transmission. Once a continuous transmission exceeds the preset time (programmable by your dealer), the transmission is automatically terminated and alert tone is heard. Release the PTT to cancel the alert tone.

Your dealer may program the alert tone sounds before the TOT timer nearly expires.

Busy Channel Lockout (BCL)

When the BCL feature is enabled, you are prevented from transmitting on a channel that is already in use. Press the PTT on a channel that is already in use, the radio will sound alert tone and turn back to the receive mode.

Carrier: If BCL is set on the current channel, press the PTT while the channel is already in use, the radio will sound beeps.

CTCSS/CDCSS: If CTCSS/CDCSS and BCL are set on the current channel, press the

PTT while the channel is already in use, the radio will sound beeps without transmission.

Optional Signalling: If 2-Tone/HDC1200/HDC2400

TM signalling and BCL are set on the current channel, press the PTT while the channel is already in use, the radio will sound beeps without transmission.

Battery Save

When enabled, the Battery Save feature is automatically activated once the situation that no activity on the channel and no operation performed, lasts for 12 seconds.

Pressing any key or receiving a signal will restore the radio to normal operation and exit from Battery Save.

Low Battery Alert

For extra convenience, the red LED flashes and the radio emits three beeps at every 30 seconds, to alert the user to recharge the battery should the battery level run low.

Safety Check

Once radio receives a safety check signal, an alert tone sounds requesting the user to

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make some operation (pressing any key). Should the user not respond to a safety check signal then a defined emergency procedure is activated.

CTCSS/CDCSS

If CTCSS/CDCSS is set on the current channel, causes a CTCSS/CDCSS match to be required on an incoming signal for radio to unmute. Radios that set with the same

CTCSS/CDCSS, or no CTCSS/CDCSS, can receive from you.

Your dealer may program the current channel with CTCSS/CDCSS, to prevent unwanted conversations on the same frequency.

The radio will not unmute to an incoming call that with invalid CTCSS/CDCSS. This feature does not mean that your conversation will not be heard by others.

DTMF

The DTMF signalling can be enabled/disabled by your dealer. If DTMF signalling is set on the current channel, press the programmed Call 1/Call 2 key to transmit DTMF code.

■ Red LED solidly glows while encoding, and goes out when encoding ends.

2-Tone/HDC1200/HDC2400

TM

The 2-Tone/HDC1200/HDC2400

TM

signalling can be enabled/disabled by your dealer. If

2-Tone/HDC1200/HDC2400

TM

signalling is set on the current channel, press the programmed Call 1/Call 2 key to transmit 2-Tone/HDC1200/HDC2400

TM

signalling. The preset function will be performed when radio receives an incoming signal that with match

2-Tone/HDC1200/HDC2400

TM

. Radios that set with match 2-Tone/HDC1200/HDC2400

TM

, can receive from you.

 Red LED solidly glows while encoding; orange LED solidly glows until the preset time expires after encoding ends.

 Green LED solidly glows while decoding; orange LED flashes until the preset time expires after successfully decoded.

Signalling Logic

CTCSS/CDCSS

“AND” / “OR” 2-Tone/HDC1200/HDC2400 TM

“AND: Radio unmute upon both the CTCSS/CDCSS and 2-Tone/HDC1200/HDC2400

TM conditions are matched.

“OR”: Radio unmute upon either the CTCSS/CDCSS or 2-Tone/HDC1200/HDC2400

TM

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condition is matched.

BOT ID and EOT ID (PTT ID)

Your dealer may configure whether to transmit Connect ID (BOT ID) or Disconnect ID

(EOT ID), when connecting or disconnecting a repeater or telephone system.

If the BOT ID is selected, press the PTT to transmit BOT ID.

If the EOT ID is selected, release the PTT to transmit EOT ID.

If Both is selected, transmit both BOT ID upon each press of PTT, and EOT ID upon each release of PTT.

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Troubleshooting

Symptom

Cannot power on the radio.

Solution

 The battery is run out. Please recharge the battery or replace it with a fresh one.

 The battery is not properly installed. Please remove and reinstall the battery.

The operation time will not increase

 The battery life cycle is over, please replace with even though the battery is properly a new one. charged.

Cannot talk to or hear group

 Confirm radios have the same channel, and members.

Hear non-group members

CTCSS/CDCSS settings.

 Make sure you are within their communication range.

 Please change your CTCSS/CDCSS settings, and so as your group members.

Care and Cleaning

 Do not place the repeater in a dusty or dirty environment.

 Clean the radio with a lint-free cloth to remove dirt or grease, to avoid poor contact due to excessive dust.

 Clean the radio using a lint-free cloth moistened with clean water and a mild dishwashing liquid.

 Avoid subjecting the radio to corrosives, solvents or spirits.

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Optional Accessories

Antenna Multi-unit Rapid-rate Charger

(for Li-Ion Batteries) MCL07

Remote Speaker Microphone

SM08M3

Receive-only Earpiece (for use with Remote Speaker

Microphone) ESS01

Receive-only Earpiece with

Transparent Acoustic Tube

(for use with Remote

Speaker Microphone) ESS04

Earbud ESM03 Earset with

Microphone EHM05

Boom Earset with

Microphone EHM06 in-line

Leather Carrying Case

LCBN12

Transparent Waterproof Bag

LCBY03

Ni-MH battery (1800mAh)

BH1801

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Channel Frequency Table

Model:

Serial No.:

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Channel

Tx

Frequency

(MHz)

Tx

CTCSS

/CDCSS

Tx

2-Tone

Tx

ANI/DTMF

Rx

Frequency

(MHz)

Rx

CTCSS

/CDCSS

Rx

2-Tone

HYT endeavors to achieve the accuracy and completeness of this manual, but no warranty of accuracy or reliability is given. All the above specifications and design are subject to change without notice due to continuous development.

No part of this manual may be copied, reproduced, translated, stored in a retrieval system, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose without the express written permission of HYT.

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