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Uniden SX377 Owner Manual
radios
2-way
FRS
SX377
SX379
• 22 FRS Channels
• 7 Weather Channels
• 142 Privacy Codes (CTCSS
Tone and DCS Code)
• Up to 37 Mile Range*
• Internal VOX Circuitry
• TRU Waterproof™ (IPX7/
JIS7) — Submersible and
Floats
• Direct Call with Name
Display
• 143 Group Codes
• Silent Mode
• 10 Selectable Call/Ring Tone
Alerts
• Backlit LCD Display
• Roger Beep
• Call Alert; Vibrate
• 2 Earbuds with VOX Mic or 2
Headset Boom Mics
(depending on model
number)
• BOOST for Maximum Range*
• Headset Jack
• Auto Channel Change
Call
• Battery Level Meter
• Rechargeable NiMH
Batteries
• Dual Charging Cradle
with AC Adapter
• Channel Monitor
• Channel Scan
Group Scan
• Keypad Lock
• Emergency Weather
Alert
• Emergency Light
• Last Channel Memory
Congratulations on your purchase of a Uniden
SX377/379 series radio. This lightweight, palmsized radio is a state-of-the-art device, equipped
with many valuable features. Use it at sporting
events, to stay in contact with family and friends,
hiking, skiing, outdoors, or in a neighborhood
watch for vital communication.
Your radio complies with IPX7 waterresistant standards, which means the radio
can be submerged in 3.3 feet (1.0 meters) of
water for 30 minutes without damage.
• The radio will only meet this rating if fully
assembled and all rubber seals and the jack
cover are well maintained and correctly fitted.
This means that the Headset plug is inserted,
and the Headset jack cover and the battery
pack are attached and securely fastened.
• After your radio is submerged in water, you
might notice that the sound is distorted. This is
because water remains in and around the
speaker and microphone. Just shake the radio
to clear excess water, and the sound should
return to normal.
Note: If your radio is exposed to salt water,
clean your radio thoroughly with fresh water
and dry it before turning it on.
*Range may vary depending on environmental and/or
topographical conditions.
PACKAGE CONTENTS
Each radio uses 3 AA rechargeable Ni-MH
batteries, included.
1
10
2
3
4
5
6
7
11
12
13
14
15
8
If your model number contains a "C," your
package contains a microUSB Y charging cable.
If your model number contains "CK," it contains a
charging kit (including a charging cradle).
If your models number contains "HS," it contains
headsets.
Refer to the packaging for other specific
contents.
INSTALL THE BATTERY
9
Radio color/pattern varies
according to model number.
1
Antenna
9
Charging Contacts
2
Push to Talk
10
MicroUSB port and
earbud jack
3
Boost (Change
transmission power
from 1.0W to 2.5W.)
11
Channel (UP/DOWN)
4
Channel UP/DOWN
12
Enter/Lock
5
Menu/Power
13
Tone/Group
6
D Call
14
WX Alert
7
Light/MON
15
Microphone
8
Speaker
These radios each use 3 rechargeable AA NiMH
batteries for power (included).
1. Remove the belt clip if necessary.
2. Turn the screw holding the battery
compartment counterclockwise with a
screwdriver and lift up the battery cover,
3. Insert the NiMH batteries in the battery
compartment according to the directions
inside the case. Installing the batteries
incorrectly will prevent the unit from operating.
4. Before placing the battery cover back on the
radio, check the rubber seal around the
battery compartment. Make sure that the seal
is in good condition and that there is no
foreign matter under it.
5. Replace the battery compartment door.
Tighten the screws securely.
6. Replace the belt clip if necessary.
Note: If the rubber seal appears worn, nicked,
or dried out, replacement seals are available
from www.uniden.com.
CHARGING THE RADIO
Follow these instructions to charge or recharge
your radios.
Make sure to turn the radio OFF before
placing it in the charging cradle.
1. Insert the adapter's microUSB plug to DC IN
5V USB jack of the charging cradle and plug
the other end into an AC outlet.
2. Set the charging cradle on a stable desk or
tabletop and place the radios in the charging
cradle with the keypad facing forward.
3. Make sure that the LED illuminates. Charge
the batteries for 16 hours and remove the
radio from the charging cradle after charging.
Note:
• Use only the supplied batteries and AC
adapter or approved accessories from
Uniden.
• Charge time may vary depending on the
battery life remaining.
• The batteries must be installed for the unit to
operate, even if the unit is also connected to
external power.
• If battery power is low, you cannot operate
the radio even using external power. Allow
the batteries to charge before using. If you try
to transmit while power is low, the radio will
automatically turn off.
• Charge time may vary depending on the
battery life remaining.
• For faster charging, turn off the radio before
charging.
Warning!
• The charging cradle is not waterproof. If the
charging cradle falls in the water, unplug it
before attempting to remove it from the water.
Allow the cradle to dry completely before
reconnecting the power.
• Wipe off dirt or shake water from your radio
before placing in the charging cradle if your
radio is soiled or wet.
USING A HEADSET
Depending on the model number, your radios
may come with an earbud headset with mic on
the cord or with a boom mic headset. To use a
headset, lift the rubber cover from over the
headset jack, then plug in the headset.
Important: Your radio is not waterproof when
using a headset jack. When you remove the
headset, be sure to fully press the jack cover
into place to restore its waterproof capability.
USING RADIO BATTERY
LEVEL AND LOW BATTERY
ALERT
• Set a Unit Number.
• Set a "Nickname."
Setting the Radio to Group Mode
This radio has a battery level meter that
indicates the battery power level. When the
battery level is low, the battery level meter icon
flashes and then BATT appears after 30
seconds. Recharge the NiMH batteries
immediately.
To set the radio to Group mode, which enables
Direct Call, Auto Channel Change, and All Call,
press and hold TONE/GROUP for 2 seconds.
The radio displays GRP and group code.
Note: In Group mode, you cannot receive
transmissions from other radios unless
they are also set to the same channel and
group code.
the instructions in "SETTING UP GROUP
MODE" on every radio in your group. Then, to
record the unit ID and everyone’s nickname in
every radio, send a call to "All" from each radio
one time (see "Sending a Direct Call").
Sending a Direct Call
Direct Call lets you call everyone in your group
at once, or call a single person in your group
without anyone else in the group knowing. It is
like a "speed dial" directly to the person(s) you
want to talk to.
Warning! To avoid the risk of personal injury or
property damage from fire or electrical shock,
only use the Uniden accessories specifically
designated for this product.
Set the group code for your radio group from
0-142. Everyone in your group must select the
same group code in order to communicate with
each other.
To call everyone in your group, press D CALL in
Group mode. The radio flashes ALL. Then,
press D CALL or ENTER/LOCK Everyone in
your group receives a call "chirp" for about 3
seconds. When the chirp ends, begin your
conversation.
USING THE RADIO
1. PressTONE/GROUP in Group mode. Press
CH
or
to select the group number.
2. Press ENTER/LOCK or TONE/GROUP to
return to normal operation.
Note: When you make a direct call to "all," your
radio also sends out your nickname or ID so
that it will show up in the call list for everyone in
your group.
In order to get the most out of your new radio,
read this reference guide completely before
attempting to operate it.
1. Press and hold MENU/ to turn the radio
on.
2. Press VOL
or
to increase or decrease
the volume level then press ENTER/LOCK.
3. Press and hold MENU/ to turn the radio
off.
Choosing a Channel
Your radio has 22 channels and 142 Privacy
codes you can use to talk to others. In order to
speak to someone, both your radios must be set
to the same channel and Privacy code.
To choose a channel:
to
To scroll through the channels one at a time,
press CH
or . Press and hold CH
or
to rapidly change channels.
Note: Channels 1-7 and 15-22 have a typical
range of up to 37 miles by pressing BOOST.
HI displays when you select a high power
channel, and LO displays when you select a
low power channel.
SETTING UP GROUP MODE
Group mode lets several people talk on the
same channel in a separate group. In order to
use Group mode, you need to initialize specific
settings in your radio:
• Set the radio to Group mode.
• Set a Group Code.
Setting the Unit Number
Each radio in your group needs to be set to a
unique unit number, from 1-16.
Turning the Radio On and Adjusting
the Volume
Press CH
or , then press CH
or
increase or decrease the channel number
displayed.
Setting the Group Code
1. Press MENU/ . Advance through the menu
until UNIT appears, and then press ENTER/
LOCK. The current unit number flashes.
2. Press CH
or
to select the desired unit
number.
3. Press ENTER/LOCK to continue to the next
section.
Setting Your Nickname
Your nickname appears on other units’ displays
when you make an All Call or Direct Call. This is
also the name that appears on other radio
displays when someone wants to make a Direct
Call to you. Without a nickname, the unit
number shows.
1. Press MENU/ and advance through the
menu until UNIT appears; then press
ENTER/LOCK. The current unit number
flashes, then press ENTER/LOCK The radio
displays - - - - (or your current nickname)
with the first place in the nickname flashing.
2. Press CH
or
to select the letter, then
ENTER/LOCK to advance to the next letter
until you have entered your nickname.
3. Press MENU/ to confirm the setting and
exit the menu.
Using Group Mode
Group mode lets you make direct calls to other
people in your group without alerting the entire
group and also lets you quickly change
everyone in your group to another channel from
a single radio. Before using Group mode, follow
To call one person in your group without having
other people know, press D CALL in Group
mode. Then, use CH
or
to select the
person you want to call and press D CALL or
ENTER/LOCK. Your radio sounds tones for 3
seconds as it sends the call. When the selected
person answers, you can begin your
conversation.
You can silence the call tones any time by
pressing PTT or BOOST.
Your conversation remains private between you
and the person you called until 15 seconds after
your last conversation. Then, your radio
automatically exits Private mode.
Automatically Changing Channels
Auto Channel Change lets you easily coordinate
a channel change for everyone in your group.
You might want to do this when you find you are
getting a lot of interference on your current
channel. You also use this feature to change
from a low-power channel (8-14) to one of the
high-powered channels (1-7, 15-22) for more
range (or to a low-power channel if you need
longer battery life).
To start an auto channel change, on any radio
in the group, press MENU/ . Advance through
the menu until CHCX appears, then press
ENTER/LOCK. The current channel flashes.
Use CH
or
to select the target channel.
You can check whether the selected channel is
clear. Then press D CALL or ENTER/LOCK.
Your radio chirps for about 10 seconds while it
sends out the channel change signal. As each
radio receives the channel change signal, it
chirps once, then changes to the new channel.
To ensure all radios make it to the new channel,
we recommend you:
• Make sure you are in an open environment,
where the radio will get the best range.
• Optimize range during the channel change
signal by raising the radio over your head to
give the best possible height.
• Do a "roll call" on the new channel after the
move to be sure no one was left behind. If
you missed someone, return to the previous
channel and issue the signal again.
USING THE RADIO IN
STANDARD MODE
Use the radio in Standard (not Group) mode
when you need to be able to communicate with
radios that do not have the group feature.
Choosing a Privacy Code
You can select a Privacy Code from 1-142 for
each channel. oF (off) indicates no Privacy
Code selected and your radio can receive a
signal regardless of the code settings of the
transmitting radio.
1. Press TONE/GROUP. The Privacy Code
indicator flashes.
2. Press CH
or
to increase or decrease
the code. You can also select oF.
3. Press ENTER/LOCK or TONE/GROUP to
return to normal operation.
Note: Only tones 1-38 are standard across
radio brands. Other settings might differ
from brand to brand. See the specifications
for the specific tones used for each setting.
Channel Scan Feature
Your radio has a channel scan feature that lets
you easily scan all 22 channels. When an active
channel is detected, the radio pauses on that
channel until the channel is clear. Then after a
2-second delay, the radio resumes scanning.
Pressing PTT or BOOST while the scan is
paused on a channel lets you transmit on that
channel.
To turn on channel scan:
Press MENU/ . The radio displays SCAN.
Press ENTER/LOCK. The channel number
changes as the radio rapidly cycles through the
channels.
Use the radio in Standard (not Group) mode
when you need to be able to communicate with
radios that do not have the group feature.
Talking on Your Radio
To talk to others using the radio:
1. Press and hold PTT or BOOST and speak in
a clear, normal voice about 2-3 inches away
from the microphone. While you transmit,
TXHI or TXLO appears on the display
according to the type of channel. To avoid
cutting off the first part of your transmission,
pause slightly after pressing PTT or BOOST
before you start talking.
2. When you finish speaking, release PTT or
BOOST. You can now receive incoming calls.
While receiving, RX appears on the display.
Note:
• When you press BOOST, BOOST appear on
the display. The radio transmits at maximum
power when a channel is selected.
• If BOOST, PTT or VOX is continuously used,
1 minute after you start using the feature the
transmission stops and you hear a timeout
error tone.
Monitor Mode Feature
Your radio lets you listen for weak signals on
the current channel at the press of a key.
To turn on the Monitor mode:
• Press and hold LIGHT/MON for 2 seconds
until two beeps sound for continuous
listening. The receiver circuit stays open, so
you hear both the noise and weak signals.
To turn off Monitor mode:
Press LIGHT/MON to return to the previous
mode. MON and RX disappear.
Navigating through the Normal Menu
Your radio has a Menu function to access
advanced features. In order to use Auto
Channel Change, you need to set your radio to
Group mode.
Scan
Mode
Silent
Mode
Auto
Channel
Change
VOX
Level
Start
Scanning
ON-OFF
Channel
Change
OFF, 1-5
Roger
Beep
Unit
Setting
Call
Tone
ON-OFF
Setting
Unit
Number
1-10
Beep
Tone
ON-OFF
Setting
Nickname
1. To enter the menu, press MENU/ .
2. Press MENU/ again to advance through
the menu. After the last menu item, the radio
exits to the previous mode.
3. Other ways to exit the Menu function are:
a. Press PTT, BOOST, LIGHT/MON, D
CALL, WX/ALERT or TONE/GROUP.
b. Wait 10 seconds until the radio
automatically returns to the previous
mode.
Setting Silent Mode
When you turn on Silent mode, all incoming
calls are muted, the display backlight flashes,
and the channel indicator displays SLNT and
CALL to alert you to an incoming call. If you do
not respond to the call within 15 seconds, the
backlight turns off. The radio will also vibrate to
remind you that you missed a call. Silent mode
is disabled for 15 seconds when you transmit,
receive, or press any other button.
To set Silent mode:
1. Enter the menu. Advance through the menu
until the SLNT displays, then press ENTER/
LOCK. The current setting flashes.
2. Press CH
to display on, then press ENTER/
LOCK.
Note: To prevent unwanted silent alerts, be sure
to use a Privacy Code or Group Code whenever
you use the Silent mode feature.
You can hear the received voice when you turn
on channel scan and an active channel is
detected, even during Silent mode.
Missed Call Alerts
tones that are transmitted when you press D
CALL in Standard mode.
The selected tone also will be heard when
someone places a direct call to you.
To select a call tone:
1. Press MENU/ . Advance through the menu
until CALL appears, then press ENTER/LOCK.
The current call tone number (1-10) flashes.
2. Press CH
or
to increase or decrease the
number to the desired call tone. Each tone will
be heard through the speaker. Press ENTER/
LOCK to select a call tone.
To transmit the selected call tone, press D CALL.
The selected tone is transmitted for a fixed length
of time. Press PTT or BOOST to cancel.
Roger Beep
Roger Beep is a beep that is sent to notify the end
of transmission (both PTT and VOX transmission).
You can hear Roger Beep through the speaker
when both Roger Beep and Beep Tone are on.
When Roger Beep is on and Beep Tone is off, you
do not hear Roger Beep, but it is transmitted to
your party.
If you receive an incoming call while Silent
mode is on and do not respond, the radio will
turn on the Missed Call icon. If you are using
Group mode, the radio will also indicate who
made the call.
To adjust Roger Beep, press MENU/ . Advance
through the menu until RGR appears, then press
ENTER/LOCK. The current setting flashes.
The radio also remind you of a missed call by
vibrating every minute after the call for 3
minutes.
Press CH
LOCK.
Voice Operated Transmission
Press CH
LOCK.
Your radio is equipped with a user selectable
Voice Operated Transmitter (VOX) that can be
used for automatic voice transmissions. The
VOX feature is designed to be used with a
headset with a microphone. Initiate transmission
by speaking into the remote microphone instead
of pushing PTT and BOOST. To select the VOX
level:
1. Press MENU/ . Advance through the Menu
until VOX appears on the display, then press
ENTER/LOCK. The current level (off, 1-5)
flashes. Level oF (off) disables VOX, while
levels 1-5 set the sensitivity of the VOX
circuit.
2. Press either CH
or
to reach the
desired VOX sensitivity level, then press
ENTER/LOCK. Use level 1 for increased
sensitivity to voice in normally quiet
environments, and use a higher level to
reduce undesired activation in very noisy
environments.
Transmitting a Call Tone
Your radio is equipped with 10 selectable call
To turn off Roger Beep:
to display oF, then press ENTER/
To turn on Roger Beep:
to display on, then press ENTER/
Adjusting the Sound (Beep Tone)
Your radio sounds a beep each time you press a
key (except for PTT and BOOST).
To adjust the sound, press MENU/ . Advance
through the menu until TONE appears, then press
ENTER/LOCK. The current setting flashes.
To turn off the beep:
Press CH
LOCK.
to display oF, then press ENTER/
To turn on the beep:
Press CH
LOCK.
to display on, then press ENTER/
Key Lock
Press and hold the ENTER/LOCK until LOCK
appears.
To turn Keylock off, press and hold ENTER/LOCK
again.
Note:
• If Keylock is on, the radio can still receive
transmissions. Use D CALL in Standard mode,
VOL
or , PTT, BOOST, LIGHT/MON, and
MENU/ to turn the radio on or off.
• The radio retains the keylock status even when
you cycle power.
Using the Flashlight
You can use this radio in an emergency. If you
press LIGHT/MON, the radio turns on the highintensity LED flashlight on your radio. Depending
on how you set it up, the LED functions as a
flashlight, flashes “S O S” in international Morse
Code, is always on, or is off.
Note: Your radio operates normally when the
US and Canada. You need to know what frequency
is being transmitted in your location.
1. Press and hold WX/ALERT.
appears.
2. When the unit receives a warning signal, it beeps
for 5 seconds.
and channel indicator flash.
3. To turn off Weather Alert, press and hold
WX/ALERT.
disappears.
• When Weather Alert is activated, the highest
priority is given to this function. It checks the
weather alert signals every 7 seconds. When the
unit finds a warning signal, it switches to the
Warning Receive mode automatically.
• Weather Alert is activated even if Beep Tone is
off.
NOAA Weather Radio Frequency List:
Chan.
SOS strobe is activated.
1. Press LIGHT/MON while this light is turned off,
the Strobe Light emits the SOS signal. (Strobe
SOS mode)
2. And then, press LIGHT/MON once more, it will
turn on continuously. (Always On mode)
3. And then, press LIGHT/MON while Always On
mode, the light will be turned off.
LCD Backlight
The LCD Backlight automatically turns on when any
key (except for PTT and BOOST) is pressed. The
LCD remains lit for 10 seconds before turning off.
USING THE WEATHER RADIO
Your radio can receive weather broadcasts from the
NOAA National Weather Service. When in Weather
Radio Alert mode, the system functions as it does
in Standard mode or Group mode but also monitors
the selected weather channel for alerts when not
communicating. While using the Weather Radio,
you are not able to receive communications.
1. To turn on the Weather Radio Broadcast mode,
press WX/ALERT. WX appears.
2. Press CH
or
to increase or decrease the
Weather Channel number.
3. To exit the Weather Radio Broadcast mode,
press WX/ALERT. WX disappears.
When in the Weather Radio Broadcast mode, you
can only set the Beep Tone from the Menu mode.
Choosing an Emergency/Weather Channel
There are 7 NOAA channel frequencies available
and these frequencies are common between the
Chan.
Freq.
(MHz)
Freq.
Cross-Ref.
CH.
Freq.
Cross-
Tone
Octal
Tone
Octal
Tone
Octal
Ref.
No.
Code
No.
Code
No.
Code
3
462.6125
FRS & GMRS 3
14
467.7125
FRS 14
52
074
80
311
108
627
4
462.6375
FRS & GMRS 4
15
462.5500
GMRS 11
53
114
81
315
109
631
5
462.6625
FRS & GMRS 5
16
462.5750
GMRS 8
6
462.6875
FRS & GMRS 6
17
462.6000
GMRS 12
54
115
82
331
110
632
7
462.7125
FRS & GMRS 7
18
462.6250
GMRS 9
55
116
83
343
111
654
8
467.5625
FRS 8
19
462.6500
GMRS 13
56
125
84
346
112
662
131
85
351
113
664
9
467.5875
FRS 9
20
462.6750
GMRS 10
57
10
467.6125
FRS 10
21
462.7000
GMRS 14
58
132
86
364
114
703
11
467.6375
FRS 11
22
462.7250
GMRS15
59
134
87
365
115
712
60
143
88
371
116
723
61
152
89
411
117
731
62
155
90
412
118
732
63
156
91
413
119
734
64
162
92
423
120
743
65
165
93
431
121
754
66
172
94
432
CTCSS & DCS CODES
CTCSS Chart (Hz)
1
162.550
5
162.450
Code
Freq.
Code
Code
Freq.
2
162.400
6
162.500
oF
OFF
13
103.5
26
162.2
1
67.0
14
107.2
27
167.9
2
71.9
15
110.9
28
173.8
3
74.4
16
114.8
29
179.9
4
77.0
17
118.8
30
186.2
5
79.7
18
123.0
31
192.8
6
82.5
19
127.3
32
203.5
3
162.475
4
7
162.525
162.425
SPECIFICATIONS
Automatic Power Save Feature
Your radio has a unique circuit designed to
dramatically extend the life of the battery. If you do
not transmit and do not receive an incoming call
within 3 seconds, your radio switches to the Power
Save mode. The radio is still able to receive
transmissions in this mode.
Freq.
(MHz)
CH.
Item
Specification
Freq.
Channels
22 FRS/7 Weather
7
85.48
20
131.8
33
210.7
Privacy Codes
38 Sub-Codes
8
88.5
21
136.5
34
218.1
83 DCS Codes
9
91.5
22
141.3
35
225.7
10
94.8
23
146.2
36
233.6
Operating Frequency (MHz)
GMRS/FRS:
462.5500 - 467.7125
11
97.4
24
151.4
37
241.8
WX:
162.4000 - 162.5500
12
100.0
25
156.7
38
250.3
Tone
Octal
Power Source
Range (Chan.)
Per radio: 3 AA NiMH Batteries
(700 mAh)
Tone
No.
37 Miles
Up to 18 (up to 50 with BOOST)
1-7
DSC Code List
39
Octal
Code
023
Tone
No.
67
Octal
Code
174
No.
95
Code
025
68
205
96
464
41
026
69
223
97
465
15-22
Up to 18 (up to 50 with BOOST)
42
031
70
226
98
466
8.5 Hours (typical) -- NiMH
Batteries (5/5/90 duty cycle)
43
032
71
243
99
503
44
043
72
244
100
506
45
047
73
245
101
516
46
051
74
251
102
532
47
054
75
261
103
546
Cross-
48
065
76
263
104
565
Ref.
49
071
77
265
105
606
50
072
78
271
106
612
51
073
79
306
107
624
CH.
Freq.
Cross-Ref.
CH.
Freq.
1
462.5625
FRS & GMRS 1
12
467.6625
FRS 12
2
462.5875
FRS & GMRS 2
13
467.6875
FRS 13
MAINTENANCE
• Never open your radio’s case.
• Never change or replace anything in your
radio except the batteries.
40
Frequency Chart
Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for information on
Ni-MH battery recycling in your area. (RBRC® is
a registered trademark of the Rechargeable
Battery Recycling Corporation.)
To be safe and sure:
Up to 5
FREQUENCIES
As part of our commitment to
protect the environment and
conserve natural resources,
Uniden voluntarily participates
in an RBRC® industry program
to collect and recycle used Ni-MH batteries
within the US.
445
8-14
Battery Life
(Hours)
RBRC Information
Care and Safety
To clean the radio, use a soft cloth dampened
with water. Do not use cleaners or solvents
because they can harm the body of the unit and
leak inside, causing permanent damage. Use a
dry, lint-free cloth to clean the battery contacts.
Do not submerge the unit in water. If the unit
gets wet, turn it off and remove the batteries
immediately.
Dry the battery compartment with a soft cloth to
minimize potential water damage. Leave the
battery compartment cover off overnight to
ensure complete drying. Do not use the radio until
the unit is completely dry.
Your radio might cause TV or radio interference
even when it is operating properly. To determine
whether your radio is causing the interference, turn
it off. If the interference goes away, your radio is
causing it. Try to eliminate the interference by
moving your radio away from the receiver. If you
cannot eliminate the interference, the FCC requires
that you stop using the radio.
Hazardous Environments
Do not operate the radio in hazardous
environments. Explosion or fire may result. Do not
operate the radio near unshielded electrical blasting
caps.
Under certain conditions, radios can interfere with
blasting operations and may cause an explosion.
Turn your radio OFF to prevent accidental
transmission when in a blasting area or in areas
posted: "Turn off two-way radio." Construction
crews often use remote control RF devices to set
off explosives.
WARNING! Read this information before using the
radio. In August 1996 the Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) of the United States with its
action in Report and Order FCC 96-326 adopted an
updated safety standard for human exposure to
radio frequency electromagnetic energy emitted by
FCC regulated transmitters.
Those guidelines are consistent with the safety
standard previously set by both U.S. and
international standards bodies. The design of the
radio complies with the FCC guidelines and these
international standards.
Never allow children to operate the radio without
adult supervision and the knowledge of the
following guidelines.
WARNING! It is up to the user to properly operate
this radio transmitter to insure safe operation.
Please adhere to the following:
Do not use the radio with a damaged antenna. If a
damaged antenna comes into contact with the skin,
a minor burn may result. Please contact your local
dealer for a replacement antenna.
REGULATORY INFORMATION
(All necessary accessories are included in the
package; any additional or optional accessories are
not required for compliance with the guidelines.)
Third party accessories (unless approved by the
manufacturer) should be avoided as these might not
comply with FCC RF exposure guidelines.
For body worn operation, this device has been
tested and meets the Industry Canada RF exposure
guidelines when used with Uniden accessories
supplied or designated for this product. Use of other
accessories may not ensure compliance with
Industry Canada RF exposure guidelines.
Fonctionnement de l’appareil, lorsque porté sur le
corps. Cet appareil a été testé et s’est avéré
conforme aux normes d’Industrie Canada et
approuvé pour le port sur le corps à l’aide des
accessoires Uniden inclus et conçus pour cet
appareil. L’utilisation d'accessoires ne respectant
pas les exigences d'exposition RF d’Industrie
Canada doit être évitée.
FCC PART 15 COMPLIANCE
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subjected to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void your
authority to operate the equipment.
Avis de conformité à la FCC : Ce dispositif a été
testé et s’avère conforme à l’article 15 des
règlements de la Commission fédérale des
communications (FCC). Ce dispositif est soumis aux
conditions suivantes: 1) Ce dispositif ne doit pas
causer d’interférences nuisibles et; 2) Il doit pouvoir
supporter les parasites qu’il reçoit, incluant les
parasites pouvant nuire à son fonctionnement.
Tout changement ou modification non approuvé
expressément par la partie responsable pourrait
annuler le droit à l’utilisateur de faire fonctionner cet
équipement.
IC Compliance
This device was evaluated for typical hand-held
(held-to-face) operations with a 1 inch spacing from
the front of the radio. For hand-held operation, the
radio should be held 1 inch from the user's face in
order to comply with FCC RF exposure
requirements.
This device complies with Industry Canada licenseexempt RSS standard(s).Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
This device was evaluated for body-worn
operations with the supplied belt-clip accessory.
Cet appareil est conforme aux normes RSS
exemptes de licences d’Industrie Canada. Son
fonctionnement est soumis aux deux conditions
suivantes :
1. Cet appareil ne doit pas causer d’interférences
nuisibles et
2. Cet appareil doit accepter toute interférence, y
compris les interférences susceptibles de
provoquer un fonctionnement non désiré de
l'appareil.
Tout changement ou modification non approuvé
expressément par la partie responsable pourrait
annuler le droit à l’utilisateur de faire fonctionner cet
équipement.
ONE YEAR LIMITED
WARRANTY
Important: Save your receipt! Evidence of
FCC PART15/IC COMPLIANCE
Hand-Held Operation (Held-to-Face)
Body-Worn Operation
authority to operate the equipment.
1. This device may not cause interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation of the device.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void your
original purchase is required for warranty service.
WARRANTOR: UNIDEN AMERICA
CORPORATION ("Uniden")
ELEMENTS OF WARRANTY: Uniden warrants, for
one year, to the original retail owner, this Uniden
Product to be free from defects in materials and
craftsmanship with only the limitations or exclusions
set out below.
WARRANTY DURATION: This warranty to the
original user shall terminate and be of no further
effect 12 months after the date of original retail
sale. The warranty is invalid if the Product is:
(A) damaged or not maintained as reasonable or
necessary, (B) modified, altered, or used as part of
any conversion kits, sub-assemblies, or any
configurations not sold by Uniden, (C) improperly
installed, (D) serviced or repaired by someone
other than an authorized Uniden service center for
a defect or malfunction covered by this warranty,
(E) used in any conjunction with equipment or parts
or as part of any system not manufactured by
Uniden, or (F) installed or programmed by anyone
other than as detailed by the owner’s manual for
this product.
STATEMENT OF REMEDY: In the event that the
product does not conform to this warranty at any
time while this warranty is in effect, warrantor will
either, at its option, repair or replace the defective
unit and return it to you without charge for parts,
service, or any other cost (except shipping and
handling) incurred by warrantor or its
representatives in connection with the performance
of this warranty. Warrantor, at its option, may
replace the unit with a new or refurbished unit.
THE LIMITED WARRANTY SET FORTH ABOVE IS
THE SOLE AND ENTIRE WARRANTY
PERTAINING TO THE PRODUCT AND IS IN LIEU
OF AND EXCLUDES ALL OTHER WARRANTIES
OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER, WHETHER
EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR ARISING BY OPERATION
OF LAW, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.THIS
WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER OR PROVIDE
FOR THE REIMBURSEMENT OVERPAYMENT OF
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow this exclusion or limitation
of incidental or consequential damages so the above
limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
LEGAL REMEDIES: This warranty gives you specific
legal rights, and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state. This warranty . is void
outside the United States of America and Canada.
PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING PERFORMANCE
OF WARRANTY: If, after following the instructions in
the owner’s manual you are certain that the Product
is defective, pack the Product carefully (preferably in
its original packaging). Disconnect the battery from
the Product and separately secure the battery in its
own separate packaging within the shipping carton.
The Product should include all parts and accessories
originally packaged with the Product. Include
evidence of original purchase and a note describing
the defect that has caused you to return it.The
Product should be shipped freight prepaid, by
traceable means, to warrantor at:
Uniden America Service
C/O Saddle Creek
743 Henrietta Creek Road, Suite 100
Roanoke, TX 76262
© 2019 Uniden America Corp.
All rights reserved
Issue 2, June 2019
Printed in China
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