Standard Horizon SSM-71H Owner Manual

Standard Horizon SSM-71H Owner Manual
RAM4W (SSM-71H)
Wireless Remote Access Microphone
The RAM4W (SSM-71H) allows remote control of all functions* of the enabled Standard
Horizon fixed mount VHF radio. *(Except for “SPEAKER SELECT” in SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION.) The full dot matrix display and programmable keys make operation
simple and fast. Additional features include a Water activated Emergency Strobe Light,
an MOB (Man Over-Board) function, and all DSC functions including Distress Signaling.
Up to four RAM4W (SSM-71H) Wireless Remote Access Microphones may be connected
to a fixed mount VHF radio utilizing the optional SCU-30 RAM4W Wireless Access Point.
Owner’s Manual
The details for the installation and operation of the RAM4W (SSM-71H) are included in the Owner’s Manual of the compatible fixed mount VHF radio, or the
Owner’s Manual can be downloaded at www.standardhorizon.com.
Safety Precautions (Be Sure to Read)
Be sure to read the safety precautions of Operating Manual of the compatible
fixed mount VHF radio to use this product safely.
Front and Rear Panel
②
①
③
⑩
④
⑮
⑪
⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
⑨
⑫
⑦
⑬
⑯
⑭
① Power/VOL knob
Press and hold this knob to turn the RAM4W remote microphone ON or OFF.
Turn the knob to adjust the speaker volume.
② DIAL/ENT knob
While the normal operating screen is displayed, rotate the DIAL/ENT knob to select
the desired channel. While the MENU screen is displayed, rotate the knob to select
the desired menu item.
Secondary use:
Press this knob to enter a selection in the MENU.
③ SQL key (Squelch control)
Press this key to activate the squelch adjustment mode. Press the [CH▲] or [CH▼]
key to adjust the squelch level.
④ PTT (Push-To-Talk) switch
Press this switch to enable transmit.
⑤ CLEAR/
key
Press this key to cancel a menu selection. Press and hold this key to activate the key
lock function.
Press and hold this key again to deactivate the key lock function.
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⑥ Microphone
When speaking into the microphone your voice will be transmitted with reduction of
background noise, using Clear Voice Noise Reduction Technology.
Note: Position your mouth about 1/2” (1.5 cm) away from the microphone aperture
and speak in a normal voice.
⑦ ◄ & ► keys
Press these keys to switch the function menu.
Secondary use:
While the MENU screen is displayed, press the key to shift the on-screen menu to
the right/left side.
⑧ MENU key
Press this key to access the MENU.
⑨ CH▼ & CH▲ keys
These keys are used to change the operating channel.
Press the key momentarily, the to increase/decrease the channel one step. Holding
the key, increases/decreases the channel number continuously.
Secondary use:
 While the MENU screen is displayed, press the key to shift the on-screen menu
upward/downward.
 When in the PA or Fog mode, press the key to change the channel.
⑩ Display
222 by 162 pixels full dot matrix display.
⑪ Soft keys
These three programmable keys can be customized through the setup menu mode.
When pressing one of these keys briefly, the key functions will appear at the bottom of
the display.
⑫ Strobe LED
When the [STROBE] soft key is pressed, the Strobe LED will light or flash repeatedly.
When the RAM4W comes in contact with water, the Strobe Led will light or flash to
assist in locating the RAM4W in low light conditions.
⑬ 16/S key
Pressing this key immediately recalls channel 16 from any channel location. Holding
down this key recalls the SUB channel (The default setting is channel 9). Pressing
this key again reverts to the previous selected working channel.
⑭ Speaker
The internal speaker is located here.
⑮ DISTRESS key
This key is used to send a DSC distress call.
⑯ USB jack
Use the micro USB type B jack to connect the SSM-71H (RAM4W) battery charger.
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NOTES
• The RAM4W is only floating / submersible* when the USB jack is properly sealed with jack cover.
*(IPX8 Specification for submersibility: 4.92 ft. (1.5 m) for 30 minutes.)
• Make sure that there is no dust, dirt or crack on the jack or the rubber gasket.
• Remove any dust and dirt before closing the cover.
• If you find any cracks on the jack cover or gasket, please contact Standard Horizon or your local
dealer to purchase a replacement.
• To keep the LCD, keypad and speaker grill clean and in top operating condition after exposure
to water: Clean the RAM4W with fresh water after exposure to salt water by rinsing the RAM4W
under a sink faucet or by dunking the RAM4W in a bucket of fresh water. After washing, use a
soft cloth and thoroughly dry all parts of the RAM4W.
Included Accessories and replacement part numbers
•
•
•
•
•
SAD-17 USB Wall Charger (100-240 VAC)
T9101648 USB Cable (Type USB “A” plug to Type USB micro “B” plug)
CLIP-22 Belt Clip
SCH-11 Belt Clip Hanger & Screws (U40412220 x 2 pcs)
Hand Strap
Optional Accessories
• SCU-30
• SDD-14
RAM4W Wireless Access Point with 5 feet (1.5 m) Cable
USB DC Charger with Cigarette Lighter Plug
Belt Clip Installation / Removal
1. To install, align the Belt Clip CLIP-22 to the groove of the
rear panel, then press the Belt Clip downward until it locks
in place with a “Click”.
2. To remove, pull the CLIP-22 tab away from the rear panel
to unlock the CLIP-22, then slide the CLIP-22 upward to
remove it.
Battery Charging
If the battery has never been used, or its
charge is depleted, charge the RAM4W according to the following procedures:
1. Turn the RAM4W OFF.
2. Slide the USB jack cover button down to
open the cover.
3. Referring to the figure at the right, connect
the supplied USB Cable to the USB jack.
SAD-17
USB Cable
(Supplied)
4. If the connection is correct, the RAM4W’s LCD display will show the battery-charging icon.
5. A fully discharged RAM4W will be charged completely in approximately 4 hours.
When charging is completed, the battery charging icon will disappear.
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CAUTION
Waterproof and floating features of the RAM4W are assured only when the USB jack cover is
locked completely.
The SAD-17 or SDD-14 is NOT designed to be waterproof. Charge the radio in a dry location.
Built-in Lithium-ion Battery
Capacity
Nominal Voltage
Temperature Range
Charge
Discharge
Storage
1800 mAh
3.7 V
Minimum
°C
°F
5
41
–20
–4
–10
14
Maximum
°C
°F
35
95
60
140
35
95
Battery Safety
This equipment contains a built-in Li-ion battery. This type of battery stores a charge
powerful enough to be dangerous if misused or abused, especially when removed
from the equipment. Please observe the following precautions:
DO NOT SHORT BATTERY PACK TERMINALS: Shorting the terminals that power the
equipment can cause sparks, severe overheating, burns, and battery cell damage. If the short
is of sufficient duration, it is possible to melt battery components. Do not place a loose battery
pack on or near metal surfaces or objects such as paper clips, keys, tools, etc.
DO NOT INCINERATE: Do not dispose of any battery in a fire or incinerator. The heat
of fire may cause battery cells to explode and/or release dangerous gases.
Battery Maintenance
For safe and proper battery use, please observe the following:
 Battery packs should be charged only in non-hazardous environments.
 Use only STANDARD HORIZON-approved batteries.
 Use only a STANDARD HORIZON-approved charger. The use of any other charger
may cause permanent damage to the battery.
 Follow charging instructions provided with the chargers.
Battery Recycling
DO NOT PLACE USED BATTERIES IN THE REGULAR TRASH!
LI-ION BATTERIES MUST BE COLLECTED, RECYCLED OR
DISPOSED OF IN AN ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE MANNER.
Incinerating Li-ion batteries, placing them in the land fill, or mixing them with the municipal solid waste collection, is PROHIBITED BY LAW in most areas.
Return batteries to an approved Li-ion battery recycler. This may be available where
the battery was purchased.
Contact your local waste management officials for other information regarding the environmentally safe collection, recycling and disposal of Li-ion batteries.
NOTE:
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Contact a Standard Horizon dealer or Factory Service about the built-in battery replacement.
Battery Life Information
: Full battery power
: Enough battery power
: Low battery power
: Poor battery power. Charge battery.
: Charge the battery immediately
When the “
tery soon.
” icon appears, it is recommended that you charge the batWARNING
If the RAM4W will be unused for a long period of time, be sure to fully charge the built-in battery
before storing it. When the RAM4W is stored for an extended period, recharge the built-in battery
every six months to prevent it from over-discharging.
Connecting the RAM4W and the GX6500/GX6000
Once the GX6500/GX6000 and the RAM4W have been connected, and the settings have
been stored to each other, when both are turned ON, they are automatically connected.
Up to four RAM4W remote microphones can be connected at the same time.
WARNING
Keep the device away from 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi devices, Bluetooth devices, cordless phones,
transformers, heavy-duty motors, fluorescent lights, microwave ovens, and refrigerators to
prevent signal interference or loss.
1. When the RAM4W is turned ON for the first time after purchase,
the WI-FI SETUP screen will be displayed automatically.
2. Press the [YES] soft key on the RAM4W to display the WPS
screen.
(RAM4W Screen)
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3. Press and hold the [PWR] switch on the GX6500/GX6000 for
about 10 seconds until the WPS screen is displayed.
NOTE: If the SCU-30 is not connected to the GX6500/GX6000,
a warning screen will be displayed. In that case, press
the [OK] soft key, check the connection between the
GX6500/ GX6000 and the SCU-30, and then perform
step 3.
(RAM4W Screen)
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(GX6500/GX6000 Screen)
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4. Press the [WPS] soft key on both the GX6500/GX6000 and
the RAM4W.
NOTE: If “Error!” appears on the screen, press the [OK] soft
key, then perform step 1.
5. If “Subscribed” appears on both the GX6500/GX6000 and the
RAM4W screens, the connection is completed.
Press the [OK] soft key to return to the normal operating screen.
The signal strength of WI-FI is displayed with the antenna icon
“ ”.
Once the connection is completed, when the GX6500/GX6000
and the RAM4W are turned ON, they will be connected automatically.
NOTE: To connect with two or more RAM4W microphones,
repeat the same procedure as above, or connect with the
RAM4W using the WI-FI SETUP screen (see Page 6 or
Page 7) for the GX6500/GX6000 setup.
OK
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WI-FI SETUP MENU of the RAM4W
NOTE:
If the MENU key on the RAM4W is pressed while searching for SCU-30 after
turning on RAM4W, the WI-FI SETUP screen will be called directly.
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)
This menu item connects the RAM4W and the GX6500/GX6000 using the WPS function.
1.
[
]  “SETUP”  “WI-FI SETUP”  “WPS”
(RAM4W)
2. Press the [YES] soft key to display the WPS screen.
3. Refer to “WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)” in the WI-FI SETUP
MENU of the GX6500/GX6000 (Page 9) to display the WPS
screen on the GX6500/GX6000.
4. Connect the RAM4W and the GX6500/GX6000 using the
same procedure as step 4 in “Connecting the RAM4W and
the GX6500/GX6000” (Page 5).
When “Subscribed” is displayed, connection of the RAM4W
and the GX6500/GX6000 is completed. Once the connection is
completed, thereafter they will be connected automatically when
the GX6500/GX6000 and the RAM4W are turned ON.
Up to four RAM4W remote microphones can be connected
simultaneously to the GX6500/GX6000.
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CONNECTION
This menu item displays the information of the SCU-30 and the RAM4W that are previously connected, and can be connect to the SCU-30.
1.
[
]  “SETUP”  “WI-FI SETUP”  “CONNECTION”
(RAM4W)
The information of the SCU-30 is displayed. The “
” icon is
shown on the right side on the currently connected SCU-30.
2. Rotate the DIAL/ENT knob to select the desired SCU-30 from
the list, and press the [SELECT] soft key.
The connection information of the selected SCU-30 is displayed.
●● Deleting the SCU-30 from the list
Rotate the DIAL/ENT knob to select the SCU-30 that is not
currently connected and then press the [DELETE] soft key
to delete the SCU-30 from the list.
3. Press the [CONNECT] soft key on the connection information
screen to connect to the selected SCU-30.
If “Error!” appears on the screen, press the [OK] soft key, then
perform step 1.
4. Press the [YES] soft key to start the connection. (To cancel,
press the [NO] soft key.)
5. When "Connected" appears on the screen, press the
[OK] soft key to return to the normal screen.
WI-FI SETUP MENU of the GX6500/GX6000
This menu is displayed only when the SCU-30 is connected to the GX6500/GX6000.
AP SETUP (Access Point SETUP)
This menu item is displays the information of the SCU-30 RAM4W Wireless Access
Point, and permits changing the setting.
1.
[
]  “SETUP”  “WI-FI SETUP”  “AP SETUP”
(GX6500/GX6000)
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2. Rotate the DIAL/ENT knob to select the desired menu item,
and then press the [SELECT] soft key.
NOTE: Settings of “SECURITY:” and “MAC ADDRESS:”
items cannot be changed.
3. In the “SSID:” and “PASSWORD:” items, use the DIAL/ENT
knob and the [SELECT] soft key to enter characters, and then
press the [FINISH] soft key to store the entry.
4. In the “CH:” item, rotate the DIAL/ENT knob to set the WI-FI
channel setting, and then press the [ENTER] soft key.
AUTO: Automatically selects WI-FI channel to be used
1~11: Use the set WI-FI channel
5. When all the desired settings have been entered, rotate the
DIAL/ENT knob to select “SAVE”, then press the [SELECT]
soft key to save the settings and return to the normal operating
screen.
TERMINAL CONNECTION
This menu item displays the information of the RAM4W that the SCU-30 previously
connected.
1.
[
]  “SETUP”  “WI-FI SETUP”  “TERMINAL CONNECTION”
(GX6500/GX6000)
The information of the RAM4W is displayed. The “
” icon is
displayed at the right side of the currently connected RAM4W.
2. Rotate the DIAL/ENT knob to select the RAM4W from the list,
and press the [SELECT] soft key.
The connection information of the selected RAM4W is
displayed.
●● Deleting the RAM4W from the list
Rotate the DIAL/ENT knob to select the RAM4W that is not
currently connected and then press the [DELETE] soft key
to delete the RAM4W from the list.
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3. Press the [CLEAR] key to return to the normal operating screen. The
signal strength of WI-FI is displayed with the antenna icon “ ”.
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WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)
These menu item settings connect the GX6500/GX6000 and RAM4W using the WPS
function.
1.
[
]  “SETUP”  “WI-FI SETUP”  “WPS”
(GX6500/GX6000)
2. Press the [YES] soft key to display the WPS screen.
3. Refer to “WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)” of WI-FI SETUP
MENU of the RAM4W (Page 6) to display the WPS screen of
the RAM4W.
4. Connect the GX6500/GX6000 and the RAM4W using the
procedure in step 4 of “Connecting the RAM4W and the
GX6500/GX6000” (Page 5).
When “Subscribed” is displayed, connection of the GX6500/
GX6000 and the RAM4W is completed. Once the connection
is completed, they will be connected automatically whenever
the GX6500/GX6000 and the RAM4W are turned ON.
Up to four RAM4W can be connected simultaneously to the
GX6500/GX6000.
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CONFIGURATION SETUP
RAM4W operation is same as the enabled radio. This makes operation of the radio and
RAM4W microphone similar and much easier. The only difference is that the following
three items are added to CONFIGURATION SETUP:
LAMP
This menu selection is used to setup the illumination time of the display and keypad.
NOTE: This function is available for the GX6000 with the Radio firmware Ver2.00.06 or
later and the AIS firmware Ver1.00.05 or later.
1.
[
]  “SETUP”  “CONFIGURATION”  “LAMP”
(RAM4W)
2. Rotate the DIAL/ENT knob to select the desired setting (“5sec”
is default).
OFF: Disables the display/keypad lamp illumination.
3/5/10/20/30sec: Illuminates the display/keypad for the
selected time when any key is pressed.
CONTINUOUS: Illuminates the display/keypad continuously.
3. Press the [SELECT] soft key to store the selected setting.
4. Press the CLEAR/
key to return to radio operation.
STROBE LED
When the [STROBE] soft key is pressed, the Strobe LED will light or flash repeatedly.
When the RAM4W comes in contact with water, the Strobe LED will light or flash to
assist in locating the RAM4W in low light conditions.
1.
[
]  “SETUP”  “CONFIGURATION”  “STROBE LED”
(RAM4W)
2. Rotate the DIAL/ENT knob to select the desired setting
from: “CONTONIOUS” (default setting), “SOS”, “BLINK
1”, “BLINK 2”, or “BLINK 3”.
3. Press the [ENTER] soft key to store the selected setting.
4. Press the CLEAR/
key to return to radio operation.
5. When the [STROBE] soft key is pressed, the Strobe
Led will light or flash repeatedly.
SPEAKER SELECT
This menu item is not available for RAM4W.
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Specifications
Supply Voltage:
Current Consumption:
Operating Temperature:
Wireless Networking Module:
Frequency Band:
Wireless Networking Standard:
RF Output:
AF Output:
Display Size:
Display Resolution:
Dimensions (W x H x D):
Weight (Approx):
Symbol placed on the equipment
Direct Current
3.7 VDC
100 mA @AF Mute / 450 mA @VOL Max.
–4°F to +140°F (–20°C to +60°C)
FCC ID: K660A290910, IC: 511B-0A290910
2412 to 2462 MHz
IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
0.09 W
700 mW @ 8 ohms for 10 % THD
1.8” x 0.9” (45 mm x 23 mm)
222 x 162 dots
2.5” x 5.3” x 1.3” (63 mm x 135 mm x 32.5 mm)
7.76 oz (220 g) (with Belt Clip)
FCC Notice
Unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment may void compliance with FCC Rules.
Any change or modification must be approved in writing by STANDARD HORIZON.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment OFF and ON, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one
or more of the following measures:




Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION IS SUBJECT
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.
This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (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.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio
exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l’appareil
ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage
radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d’en compromettre le fonctionnement.
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Changes or modifications to this device not expressly approved by YAESU U.S.A. could void
the User’s authorization to operate this device.
Declaration of Conformity
Type of Equipment:
Brand Name:
Model Number:
Manufacturer:
Address of Manufacturer:
RAM4W Wireless Remote Access Microphone
YAESU
SSM-71H
YAESU MUSEN CO., LTD.
Tennozu Parkside Building, 2-5-8 Higashi-Shinagawa,
Shinagawa-ku,Tokyo 140-0002 Japan
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject 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.
The technical documentation as required by the Conformity Assessment procedures is kept at the following address:
Company: Yaesu U.S.A.
Address: 6125 Phyllis Drive, Cypress, CA 90630, U.S.A.
Telephone: (714) 827-7600
EU Declaration of Conformity
We, Yaesu Musen Co. Ltd of Tokyo, Japan, hereby declare that this radio equipment SSM-71H is
in full compliance with EU Radio Equipment Directive 2014/53/EU. The full text of the Declaration
of Conformity for this product is available to view at http://www.yaesu.com/jp/red
ATTENTION – Conditions of usage
This transceiver works on frequencies that are
regulated and not permitted to be used without
authorisation in the EU countries shown in this
table. Users of this equipment should check with
their local spectrum management authority for
licensing conditions applicable for this equipment.
AT
DK
GR
LU
RO
LI
BE
ES
HR
LV
SK
NO
BG
EE
HU
MT
SI
–
CY
FI
IE
NL
SE
–
Disposal of Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Products with the symbol (crossed-out wheeled bin) cannot be disposed as
household waste.
Electronic and Electrical Equipment should be recycled at a facility capable of
handling these items and their waste byproducts.
Please contact a local equipment supplier representative or service center for
information about the waste collection system in your country.
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CZ
FR
IT
PL
CH
–
DE
UK
LT
PT
IS
–
Copyright 2019
YAESU MUSEN CO., LTD.
All rights reserved.
No portion of this manual may be
reproduced without the permission of
YAESU MUSEN CO., LTD.
YAESU MUSEN CO., LTD.
Tennozu Parkside Building
2-5-8 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0002 Japan
1904M-CS
Printed in Japan
YAESU USA
6125 Phyllis Drive, Cypress, CA 90630, U.S.A.
YAESU UK
Unit 12, Sun Valley Business Park, Winnall Close
Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 0LB, U.K.
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