User Guide PDF - Gould Electronics

User Guide PDF - Gould Electronics
TK-2202/ TK-3202
VHF FM TRANSCEIVER/
UHF FM TRANSCEIVER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
ÉMETTEUR-RÉCEPTEUR FM VHF/
ÉMETTEUR-RÉCEPTEUR FM UHF
MODE D’EMPLOI
TRANSCEPTOR DE FM VHF/
TRANSCEPTOR DE FM UHF
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
RICETRASMETTITORE FM VHF/
RICETRASMETTITORE FM UHF
MANUALE DI ISTRUZIONI
VHF-FM-TRANSCEIVER/
UHF-FM-TRANSCEIVER
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
VHF FM ZENDONTVANGER/
UHF FM ZENDONTVANGER
GEBRUIKSAANWIJZING
© B62-1893-00 (E, E3)
09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00
TK-2202/ TK-3202
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
ENGLISH
VHF FM TRANSCEIVER/
UHF FM TRANSCEIVER
THANK YOU
We are grateful you chose KENWOOD for your land mobile
radio applications. We believe this easy-to-use transceiver
will provide dependable communications to keep personnel
operating at peak efficiency.
KENWOOD transceivers incorporate the latest in advanced
technology. As a result, we feel strongly that you will be
pleased with the quality and features of this product.
MODELS COVERED BY THIS MANUAL
TK-2202: 8-channel VHF FM Transceiver
TK-3202: 8-channel UHF FM Transceiver
NOTICES TO THE USER
◆ Government law prohibits the operation of unlicensed radio
transmitters within the territories under government control.
◆ Illegal operation is punishable by fine or imprisonment or both.
◆ Refer service to qualified technicians only.
SAFETY: It is important that the operator is aware of, and
understands, hazards common to the operation of any
transceiver.
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PRECAUTIONS
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Do not charge the transceiver and battery pack when they are
wet.
Ensure that there are no metallic items located between the
transceiver and the battery pack.
Do not use options not specified by KENWOOD.
If the die-cast chassis or other transceiver part is damaged, do
not touch the damaged parts.
If a headset or headphone is connected to the transceiver, reduce
the transceiver volume. Pay attention to the volume level when
turning the squelch off.
Do not place the microphone cable around your neck while near
machinery that may catch the cable.
Do not place the transceiver on unstable surfaces.
Ensure that the end of the antenna does not touch your eyes.
When the transceiver is used for transmission for many hours, the
radiator and chassis will become hot. Do not touch these
locations when replacing the battery pack.
Do not immerse the transceiver in water.
Always switch the transceiver power off before installing optional
accessories.
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Turn the transceiver power off in the following locations:
• In explosive atmospheres (inflammable gas, dust particles,
metallic powders, grain powders, etc.).
• While taking on fuel or while parked at gasoline service stations.
• Near explosives or blasting sites.
• In aircrafts.
• In medical institutions or near persons using pacemakers.
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Do not disassemble or modify the transceiver for any reason.
Do not place the transceiver on or near airbag equipment while
the vehicle is running. When the airbag inflates, the transceiver
may be ejected and strike the driver or passengers.
Do not transmit while touching the antenna terminal or if any
metallic parts are exposed from the antenna covering.
Transmitting at such a time may result in a high-frequency burn.
If an abnormal odor or smoke is detected coming from the
transceiver, switch the transceiver power off immediately, remove
the battery pack from the transceiver, and contact your
KENWOOD dealer.
Use of the transceiver while you are driving may be against traffic
laws. Please check and observe the vehicle regulations in your
area.
Do not expose the transceiver to extremely hot or cold
conditions.
Do not carry the battery pack (or battery case) with metal objects,
as they may short the battery terminals.
When operating the transceiver in areas where the air is dry, it is
easy to build up an electric charge (static electricity). When using
an earphone accessory in such conditions, it is possible for the
transceiver to send an electric shock through the earphone and
to your ear. We recommend you use only a speaker/microphone
in these conditions, to avoid electric shocks.
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CONTENTS
UNPACKING AND CHECKING EQUIPMENT .......................... 1
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES ................................................ 1
PREPARATION .......................................................... 2
INSTALLING/ REMOVING THE (OPTIONAL) BATTERY PACK ................... 2
INSTALLING THE (OPTIONAL) ANTENNA ................................... 3
INSTALLING THE BELT CLIP .............................................. 3
INSTALLING THE COVER OVER THE SPEAKER/ MICROPHONE JACKS .......... 4
INSTALLING THE (OPTIONAL) SPEAKER/ MICROPHONE (OR HEADSET) ....... 4
GETTING ACQUAINTED ................................................ 5
PROGRAMMABLE AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS ......................... 6
BASIC OPERATIONS ................................................... 7
ADVANCED OPERATIONS .............................................. 8
KEY LOCK ............................................................. 8
MONITOR/ SQUELCH OFF ............................................... 8
SCAN ................................................................. 9
SCRAMBLER ......................................................... 11
TALK AROUND ....................................................... 11
VOICE OPERATED TRANSMISSION (VOX) ......................... 12
BACKGROUND OPERATIONS ....................................... 14
TIME-OUT TIMER (TOT) ............................................. 14
BUSY CHANNEL LOCKOUT (BCL) ..................................... 14
LOW BATTERY WARNING ............................................. 14
BATTERY SAVER ...................................................... 15
CHANNEL ANNUNCIATION .............................................. 15
QUIET TALK (QT)/ DIGITAL QUIET TALK (DQT) ....................... 15
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UNPACKING AND CHECKING EQUIPMENT
Carefully unpack the transceiver. We recommend that you
identify the items listed in the following table before discarding
the packing material. If any items are missing or have been
damaged during shipment, file a claim with the carrier
immediately.
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
Part Number
Quantity
Speaker/ microphone jack cover
Item
B09-0680-XX
1
Speaker/ microphone locking
bracket
J19-5472-XX
1
Belt clip
J29-0713-XX
1
Screw set
N99-2046-XX
1
Instruction manual
B62-1893-XX
1
Speaker/ microphone
jack cover
Speaker/ microphone
locking bracket
Belt clip
Screw set
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PREPARATION
INSTALLING/ REMOVING THE (OPTIONAL) BATTERY PACK
The battery pack is not charged at the factory; charge it
before use.
◆ Do not short the battery terminals or dispose of the battery by
fire.
◆ Never attempt to remove the casing from the battery pack.
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Align the battery pack with the
back of the transceiver, then
press the battery pack and
transceiver firmly together
until the release latch on the
base of the transceiver locks.
2
To remove the battery pack,
lift the safety catch on the
base of the transceiver, then
press the release latch
underneath the safety catch.
3
While pressing the release
latch, pull the battery pack
away from the transceiver.
INSTALLING THE (OPTIONAL) ANTENNA
Antenna
Screw the antenna into the connector
on the top of the transceiver by
holding the antenna at its base and
turning it clockwise until secure.
Note: The antenna is neither a handle,
a key ring retainer, nor a speaker/
microphone attachment point. Using the
antenna in these ways may damage the
antenna and degrade your transceiver’s
performance.
INSTALLING THE BELT CLIP
If necessary, attach the belt clip using
the two supplied 3 x 8 mm screws.
Note: If the belt clip is not installed, its
mounting location may get hot during
continuous transmission or when left
sitting in a hot environment.
Belt
clip
Do not use glue which is designed to prevent screw loosening when
installing the belt clip, as it may cause damage to the transceiver.
Acrylic ester, which is contained in these glues, may crack the
transceiver’s back panel.
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INSTALLING THE COVER OVER THE SPEAKER/ MICROPHONE JACKS
If you are not using a speaker/
microphone, install the cover over the
speaker/ microphone jacks using the
supplied 3 x 6 mm screw.
Note: To keep the transceiver water
resistant, you must cover the speaker/
microphone jacks with the supplied
cover.
Speaker/ microphone
jack cover
INSTALLING THE (OPTIONAL) SPEAKER/ MICROPHONE (OR HEADSET)
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Insert the speaker/ microphone
(or headset) plugs into the
speaker/ microphone jacks.
Attach the locking bracket using
the supplied 3 x 6 mm screw.
Note: The transceiver is not fully water
resistant while using the speaker/
microphone.
Speaker/ microphone
locking bracket
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GETTING ACQUAINTED
Antenna
Channel selector
Rotate to select
channels 1 ~ 8.
LED indicator
Lights red while
transmitting. Lights
green while receiving
a signal. Flashes
red when the battery
voltage is low while
transmitting.
Speaker
Power switch/
Volume control
Turn clockwise to
switch ON the
transceiver. To
switch OFF the
transceiver, turn
counterclockwise
until a click sounds.
Rotate to adjust the
volume level.
Microphone
PTT (Push-ToTalk) switch
Press, then
speak into the
microphone to
call a station.
Release to
receive.
Side 1 key
Speaker/
microphone
jacks
Press to activate
its programmable
function (page 6).
Battery pack
(KNB-29N)
Side 2 key
Press to activate
its programmable
function (page 6).
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PROGRAMMABLE AUXILIARY FUNCTIONS
Your dealer can program each of the Side 1 and Side 2 keys
with one of the following auxiliary functions. Refer to their
descriptions, starting on page 8.
• Key Lock
• Key Lock (with Backup)
• Monitor
• Monitor Momentary
• None (No function) (default setting for Side 1 key)
• Scan
• Scan + Temporary Delete
• Scrambler
• Squelch Off
• Squelch Off Momentary (default setting for Side 2 key)
• Talk Around
• Temporary Delete
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BASIC OPERATIONS
1
Turn the Power switch/ Volume
control clockwise to switch the
transceiver power ON.
• A beep sounds if enabled by
your dealer.
2
Press the key programmed with
the Monitor or Squelch Off
function to hear background
noise, then rotate the Power
switch/ Volume control to adjust
the volume.
3
Rotate the Channel selector to
select your desired channel.
• When you receive an
appropriate signal, you will
hear audio from the speaker.
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To make a call, press and hold
the PTT switch, then speak into
the microphone using your normal
speaking voice.
• Hold the microphone
approximately 1.5 inches
(3 to 4 cm) from your lips.
Release the PTT switch to
receive.
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Note: When the battery pack voltage
becomes too low, transmission will stop
and an alert tone will sound. See “Low
Battery Warning” on page 14.
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ADVANCED OPERATIONS
The following functions are programmable by your dealer, as
described on page 6.
KEY LOCK
Press and hold the key programmed as Key Lock for
1 second to lock/ unlock the transceiver keys. The following
keys/ functions can still be used when Key Lock is active:
Key Lock, Monitor, Monitor Momentary, PTT, Squelch Off,
Squelch Off Momentary, and Volume.
If the key is programmed “with backup”, when the transceiver
power is turned OFF and then ON again, the keys remain
locked. Otherwise, when the transceiver power is turned OFF
and then ON again, the Key Lock function will be cancelled.
MONITOR/ SQUELCH OFF
You can use the key programmed as Monitor or Squelch Off
to listen to weak signals that you cannot hear during normal
operation, to deactivate channel signalling, and to adjust the
volume when no signals are present on your selected
channel.
• Squelch Off: Momentarily press to hear background
noise. Press the key again to return to normal operation.
• Squelch Off Momentary: Press and hold to hear
background noise. Release the key to return to normal
operation.
• Monitor: Momentarily press to deactivate QT or DQT
signalling. Press the key again to return to normal
operation.
• Monitor Momentary: Press and hold to deactivate QT or
DQT signalling. Release the key to return to normal
operation.
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SCAN
Scan is useful for monitoring signals on the transceiver
channels. When scanning, the transceiver checks for a signal
on each channel and only stops if a signal is present.
The transceiver will remain on a busy channel until the signal
is no longer present. Your dealer programs the delay time
between signal drop-out and Scan resumption. If a signal is
received during the delay time, the transceiver will remain on
the same channel.
Note: You can only use Scan if your dealer has programmed at least
2 channels and they are not locked out of Scan.
To start scanning, momentarily press the key programmed as
either Scan or Scan + Temporary Delete.
• Scanning starts from the current channel and ascends
through the channel numbers.
• The LED indicator flashes green.
• When a signal is received on a channel and signalling
matches, the LED indicator lights green.
To end Scan, press the Scan or Scan + Temporary Delete
key again.
■ Priority Scan
If enabled, a priority channel is set up one of two ways:
• Your dealer may set up a fixed priority channel on your
transceiver.
• You can select your own priority channel, prior to
scanning, using the Channel selector.
During Scan, if a priority channel has been set up on your
transceiver, the transceiver will automatically change to
the priority channel when a call is received on it, even if a
call is being received on a regular channel.
The transceiver will remain on the Priority channel until the
signal drops out. Your dealer programs the delay time
between signal drop-out and scan resumption.
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■ Temporary Delete
If a key is programmed with the Temporary Delete or
Scan + Temporary Delete function, you can temporarily
remove specific channels from the scanning sequence
during Scan. When Scan stops at a channel, you can
remove that channel from the scanning sequence by
pressing and holding the key programmed as Temporary
Delete or Scan + Temporary Delete for 1 second.
• You cannot delete the Priority channel, if one has been
set up.
• You cannot delete a channel if there will be less than 2
channels available for scanning remaining.
• To add the channel back into the Scan list, simply exit
Scan mode or switch the transceiver OFF and then ON
again.
■ Revert Channel
During Scan, pressing the PTT switch to transmit will
cause the transceiver to select the revert channel. Your
dealer can program the revert channel using one of the
following methods:
• Selected: The last channel selected is assigned as
the new revert channel.
• Selected + Talkback: If the channel has been
changed during Scan, the newly selected channel is
assigned as the new revert channel. However, the
transceiver also transmits on the channel where Scan
is currently paused.
• Priority: If your dealer has programmed a Priority
channel, it is the revert channel.
• Priority + Talkback: If your dealer has programmed a
Priority channel, it is the revert channel. However, the
transceiver also transmits on the channel where Scan
is currently paused.
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SCRAMBLER
Scrambler allows you to hold a conversation in complete
privacy. When activated, any other party listening in on your
channel will be unable to understand your conversation. The
transceiver scrambles your voice so that anybody listening to
your conversation will not be able to understand what you are
saying.
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 transceivers. This
scrambles everybody’s voice while transmitting and
descrambles the voice message on your own transceiver
when you receive the message.
To activate the Scrambler, press the key programmed as
Scrambler.
To deactivate the Scrambler, press the Scrambler key again.
TALK AROUND
You may occasionally experience an interruption in service
(due to a power failure, etc.). During such an occurence, you
can continue communication by using the Talk Around feature,
if it has been programmed by your dealer.
Talk Around allows you to communicate directly with other
transceivers, without the use of a repeater. However, if the
station you want to contact is too far away, or there are
geographical obstacles in the way, you may not be able to
contact the station.
Toggle Talk Around ON and OFF by pressing the key
programmed as Talk Around.
• When using Talk Around, the receive frequency is used for
both transmission and reception, and the decode
signalling is used for both encoding and decoding.
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VOICE OPERATED TRANSMISSION (VOX)
VOX operation allows you to transmit hands-free. This
feature must first be activated by your dealer, and can only be
used if you are using a supported headset.
When operating VOX, you must set a VOX Gain level. This
setting allows the transceiver to recognize sound levels. If the
microphone is too sensitive, it will begin transmitting when
there is noise in the background. If it is not sensitive enough,
it will not pick up your voice when you begin speaking. Be
sure to adjust the VOX Gain level to an appropriate sensitivity
to allow smooth transmission.
To activate VOX and set the VOX Gain level, perform the
following steps:
1
Connect the headset to the
transceiver (page 4).
• The VOX function does not
activate when a headset is not
connected to the accessory
terminal of the transceiver.
2
With the transceiver power OFF,
press and hold the Side 1 key
while turning the transceiver
power ON.
3
Continue to hold the Side 1 key
until a beep sounds.
• The LED indicator lights
orange.
• When the Side 1 key is
released, the transceiver
announces the VOX Gain level.
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Press the Side 1 key to increase
the VOX Gain level and the
Side 2 key to decrease the level.
• The VOX Gain can be
adjusted from levels 1 to 10
and OFF.
• The transceiver announces
the VOX Gain level as you
adjust it. If OFF is selected, a
beep sounds.
Press the PTT switch to save the
setting.
• A beep will sound.
• The transceiver announces
the new VOX Gain level.
Turn the transceiver power OFF
and the ON again to activate
VOX.
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Note:
◆ If a speaker/ microphone is connected to the transceiver while
the VOX function is switched ON and the VOX Gain level is
configured to a higher, more sensitive level, louder received
signals may cause the transceiver to start transmission.
◆ When you operate the VOX function, you must use an optional
KHS-1 or KHS-21 accessory.
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BACKGROUND OPERATIONS
TIME-OUT TIMER (TOT)
The purpose of the Time-out Timer is to prevent any caller
from using a channel for an extended period of time.
If you continuously transmit for a period of time that exceeds
the programmed time set by your dealer (default is 1 minute),
the transceiver will stop transmitting and an alert tone will
sound. To stop the tone, release the PTT switch.
Your dealer can program a warning function to alert you
before the TOT expires. Continuously transmitting for the
time specified by your dealer will cause the warning tone to
sound.
BUSY CHANNEL LOCKOUT (BCL)
When activated, BCL prevents you from interfering with other
parties who may be using the same channel that you
selected. Pressing the PTT switch while the channel is in use
will cause your transceiver to emit an alert tone and
transmission will be inhibited (you cannot transmit). Release
the PTT switch to stop the tone and return to receive mode.
Note: Ask your dealer for an explanation on how BCL functions
when using QT or DQT signalling.
LOW BATTERY WARNING
Low Battery Warning alerts you when the battery needs to be
recharged or replaced.
While operating the transceiver, if the battery power becomes
low, an alert tone will sound every 30 seconds and the LED
indicator will blink red. Replace or recharge the battery pack.
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BATTERY SAVER
If activated by your dealer, the Battery Saver function will
decrease the amount of power used when a signal is not
being received and no operations are being performed (no
keys are being pressed, and no switches are being turned).
While the channel is not busy and no operation is performed for
5 seconds, Battery Saver turns ON. When a signal is received
or an operation is performed, Battery Saver turns OFF.
Note: While the Battery Saver is operating, the LED may flash green
when receiving a QT/DQT signal which does not match the QT/DQT
tone/code set up in your transceiver.
CHANNEL ANNUNCIATION
When changing the channel using the Channel selector, an
audio voice will announce the selected channel number, after
you stop changing the channel. (Channel Annunciation can
be activated or deactivated by your dealer.)
QUIET TALK (QT)/ DIGITAL QUIET TALK (DQT)
Your dealer may have programmed QT or DQT signalling on
your transceiver channels. A QT tone/DQT code is a subaudible tone/code which allows you to ignore (not hear) calls
from other parties who are using the same channel.
When a channel is set up with a QT tone or DQT code,
squelch will only open when a call containing a matching tone
or code is received. Likewise, signals that you transmit will
only be heard by parties whose QT/DQT signalling matches
your transceiver.
If a call containing a different tone or code is made on the same
channel you are using, squelch will not open and you will not
hear the call. This allows you to ignore (not hear) these calls.
Although it may seem like you have your own private channel
while using QT/DQT, other parties can still hear your calls if
they set up their transceiver with the same tone or code.
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