Midland LXT600 Two-Way Radio Owner Manual

Midland LXT600 Two-Way Radio Owner Manual
Welcome to the world of Midland electronics
Congratulations on your purchase of a high quality MIDLAND
product. Your 2-way radio represents state-of-the-art high-tech
engineering and is designed for GMRS (General Mobile Radio
Service) operation. It is a quality piece of electronic equipment, skillfully constructed with the finest components. The circuitry is all solidstate and mounted on a rugged printed circuit board. Your two-way
radio is designed for reliable and trouble-free performance for years
to come.
Features
-
36 GMRS/FRS Channels
121 Privacy Codes (38 CTCSS / 83 DCS)
VOX
Selectable Call Alert
NOAA Weather Scan
NOAA Weather Radio
NOAA Weather Alert
Scan Function
Monitor Function
Roger Beep Tone
Silent Operation
Key Pad Lock
Power High / Low Settings
Speaker / Microphone Jacks
Battery Meter / Battery Low Indicator
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device does not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this radio must accept any interference
that may cause undesired operation.
To maintain compliance with FCC’s RF exposure guidelines, for
body-worn operation, this radio has been tested and meets the FCC RF
exposure guidelines when used with Midland Radio Corp. accessories
supplied or designated for this product. Use of other accessories may
not ensure compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines.
IMPORTANT NOTICE, FCC LICENSE REQUIRED FOR GMRS OPERATION
(Only Applicable for GMRS Radio Use in the United States)
The radios operates on GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service) frequencies
which require an FCC (Federal Communications Commission) license. You must
be licensed prior to operating on channels 1 - 7 or 15 - 22, which comprise the
GMRS channels of the radios. Serious penalties could result from unlicensed use
of GMRS channels, in violation of FCC rules, as stipulated in the
Communications Acts Sections 501 and 502 (amended).
You will be issued a call sign by the FCC which should be used for station
identification when operating the radio on GMRS channels. You should also
cooperate by engaging in permissible transmissions only, avoiding channel
interference with other GMRS users, and being prudent with the length of your
transmission time.
LCD DISPLAY
6
1
2
7
3
8
4
9
10
5
To obtain a license or ask questions about the license application, contact the
FCC at 1-888-CALL FCC or go to the FCC's website:
http://www.fcc.gov and request form 605.
Exposure To Radio Frequency Energy
Your Midland radio is designed to comply with the following national and
international standards and guidelines regarding exposure of human beings to
radio frequency electromagnetic energy:
- United States Federal Communications Commission, Code of Federal
Regulations: 47 CFR part 2 sub-part J
- American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/Institute of Electrical &
Electronic Engineers (IEEE) C95. 1-1992
- Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) C95. 1-1999 Edition
- National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP) of the
United States, Report 86, 1986
- International Commission on Non-lonizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP)
1998
To control your exposure and ensure compliance with the general population or
uncontrolled environment exposure limits, transmit no more than 50% of the
time. The radio generates measurable RF energy exposure only when
transmitting.
IMPORTANT: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly
approved by MIDLAND RADIO CORP. could void your right to operate
this unit. Your radio is set up to transmit a regulated signal on an
assigned frequency. It is against the law to alter or adjust the settings
inside the COMMUNICATOR to exceed those limitations. Any adjustment
to your radio must be made by qualified technicians.
CONTROLS
11
16
17
18
13
19
14
20
15
CHARGING THE BATTERY PACK
OPERATING YOUR RADIO
LXT600/630/650 SERIES QUICK REFERENCE CHART
Your radio is equipped for using a rechargeable NiMH battery pack
which can be recharged by inserting the AC adapter into the radio
charge jack, or with the optional desktop charger (as described
below). Initial charge time is 24 hours. Charge time is about 12 hours
thereafter. For maximum battery life, we recommend charging the
battery pack when the low battery icon comes on. Remove the radios
from the charger when the charge time expires.
POWER ON/OFF AND VOLUME
MENU
To charge using a Desktop Charger:
1. Place the rechargeable battery packs in the radios.
2. Connect the AC adapter into an AC wall outlet.
3. Insert the AC adapter plug (or DC Cigarette Lighter adapter if
charging in vehicle) into the desktop charger jack.
4. Place the units into the desktop charger slot and note that the LED
indicator with RED color will light up, indicating charging function.
In order to ensure that the battery pack is fully charged, it is
recommended that the battery pack be charged for at least 12
hours with the radio turned OFF.
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1. Only use the Midland NiMH battery pack and AC adapter.
2. Do not attempt to charge alkaline batteries or any batteries
or battery packs other than the one indicated in the
manual. This may cause leakage and damage to the radio.
3. For long term storage of the radio, turn the radio OFF and
remove the batteries from the radio.
BATTERY LEVEL INDICATOR
Your radio has a BATTERY LEVEL METER
that shows the
battery power level. The greater the number of bars visible, the
stronger the battery level. When the battery level is low, the Battery
Shell
icon will flash in the display indicating your batteries
should be replaced or recharged if using a rechargeable battery pack.
Note: Features & Specifications are subject to change without
notice. MIDLAND is not responsible for unintentional errors or
omissions on its packaging.
Rev A
11. POWER/VOLUME KNOB – Turn clockwise to turn the power on and increase
the volume level. Turn counter-clockwise
to decrease the volume level and turn
the power off.
12. PTT Button – Press and hold to
transmit voice communication.
13. CALL/LOCK Button – Press to send a
CALL ALERT signal. Press and hold to
turn KEY LOCK on/off.
14. MIC – Built-in microphone.
15. SPEAKER – Built-in speaker.
16. ANTENNA
17. EXTERNAL SPEAKER/MIC/CHG
JACK
18. MENU Button – Press momentarily to
access Menu mode.
19. MONITOR/SCAN Button – Press to
enter SCAN mode. Press and hold to
enter MONITOR mode.
20. UP/WX SCAN s and DOWN t
Buttons – Make adjustments in MENU
mode. Press and hold the UP button for
5 seconds to activate the NOAA
Weather Scan function.
12
Rotate the POWER/VOLUME knob clockwise to turn the radio on
and increase the volume level. Rotate the control counter-clockwise
to reduce the volume level and to turn the radio off. During Power On,
the radio will beep 2 times with different tones, the LCD will display
all icons for 1 second and the LCD display will indicate the last
channel selected.
Channel
Privacy
Power
VOX
Roger Beep
Call Alert
Silent Operation
1~36
oF
H/L
oF/1/2/3
On/Off
1~5
On/Off
CTCSS
DCS
To communicate, all radios in your group must be set to the same
channel and/or Privacy Code.
1. For maximum clarity, hold the radio 2 to 3 inches from your
mouth.
2. Press and hold the PTT button and speak in a normal voice
into the microphone. The TX icon will appear continuously
on the LCD display while transmitting.
3. To receive a call, release the PTT button. The RX icon will
appear on the display when your radio is receiving a transmision.
ABOUT RANGE
Your LXT Series radios are designed to give you maximum range
under optimum conditions.
1~38
1~83
WX Scan
WX Channel
WX Alert
1~10
1~10
On/Off
Press and hold UP/WX
button for 5 seconds
MONITOR
Pressing and holding the MONITOR button for 3 seconds will let you
hear noise so you can adjust the volume level of the radio when not
receiving a signal. This could also be used to check any activity on
your current channel before transmitting.
Press and hold the MONITOR button for 3 seconds again to get out
of MONITOR mode.
SCAN
Your radio can scan all 36 channels for activity. To enter, quickly
press the SCAN button. Repeat the same procedure to exit. Your
radio will rapidly scan each of the 36 channels and stop on any active
channel for 4 seconds before resuming scan.
When you press the PTT button to transmit on an active channel, the
scanning function will stop and remain on the active channel. To
resume scanning, quickly press the SCAN button.
CALL ALERT
Optimum Conditions are:
l Over water
l Open rural areas without obstructions
l Flat areas where you can see the other person
To ensure you get maximum range:
l Be sure to use fresh or fully charged batteries - low batteries will
cause low power conditions.
l Be sure you are on a GMRS channel - FRS channels are
restricted by the FCC to low power.
l Be sure to set your radio to use Hi power.
BATTERY INSTALLATION
Your radio operates with either a NiMH battery pack or optional 3 AAA
alkaline batteries. The belt clip should be removed (see below) to
ease installation or removal of the batteries.
To install the batteries:
1. With the back of the radio facing you, remove the belt clip (see
diagram below) for easy access, then remove the Battery Cover by
pressing down on the top center and sliding it down from the radio.
2. Insert 3 AAA batteries observing the polarity as shown. Installing
the batteries incorrectly will prevent the unit from operating or may
damage the unit.
3. Return the Battery Cover by sliding it up on the radio. Replace the
belt clip, making sure it locks into place.
BELT CLIP
LOCK TAB
BATTERY
COMPARTMENT
TRANSMITTING AND RECEIVING A CALL
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1. KEY LOCK ICON – Indicates KEY
LOCK mode is on.
2. VOX ICON – Indicates when VOX mode
is active.
3. NOAA WEATHER (WX) BAND ICON–
Indicates when the radio is in Weather
Band mode.
4. CHANNEL NUMBER – Changes from
1~36 on GMRS/FRS band (1~10 on WX
band).
5. PRIVACY CODE – Indicates Privacy
Code selected by user (ct, dc, oF, and
1~83). It can only be set in Ch 1~22.
6. BATTERY METER – Indicates the battery
level.
7. RECEIVE (RX) ICON – Indicates radio is
receiving a transmission.
8. TRANSMIT (TX) ICON – Indicates radio
is transmitting a signal.
9. TRANSMIT POWER LEVEL ICON –
Indicates TX Power setting (H/L).
10. PRIVACY CODE ICON – Indicates
Privacy Code setting (CTCSS/DCS).
Your radio can transmit a call alert for a fixed length of time. To send
a call alert, press the CALL button. The TX icon will appear while
transmitting a call alert and a tone can be heard on the speaker for
confirmation.
KEYPAD LOCK
To avoid accidentally changing the radio setting, press the LOCK
button for 4 seconds. The KEY LOCK icon will appear on the display.
PTT and CALL will still be active. Repeat the same procedure to
unlock the keypad.
CHANNEL SELECTION (GMRS/FRS BAND)
Press the MENU button once, and then the s\t buttons to select
one of the 36 GMRS/FRS channels. To confirm the selection, press
the PTT button or press the MENU button again to move to the next
feature setting.
BATTERY
COMPARTMENT
COVER
Press here and
push down to open
BELT CLIP
LATCH
INSTALLING THE BELT CLIP
To install the BELT CLIP, slide the clip down into the slot on the back
of the radio until the BELT CLIP LATCH clicks. To remove the BELT
CLIP, press the LOCK TAB down, then gently pull the belt clip up
toward the top of the radio.
SETTING PRIVACY CODES
Your radio has 121 Privacy Codes available to use in channels
1~22. The selected Privacy Code may be different for each channel.
To select a Privacy Code for the current channel press the MENU
button twice, and then the s\t buttons to select between
“oF/CTCSS/DCS.” Press the MENU button again and s\t buttons
to select one of the 38 CTCSS Codes or one of the 83 DCS Codes.
The Privacy Code icon on the display will indicate whether you set
your Privacy Code in CTCSS or DCS mode. To confirm the selection,
press the PTT button or press the MENU button again to move to the
next feature setting.
Note : If you select a CTCSS Privacy Code, any pre-selected
DCS Privacy Code will be cancelled and vice-versa.
Selecting a Privacy Code of "oF" will disable the Privacy feature.
To communicate between two radios, all radios in your group
must be set to the same channel and/or Privacy Code selections.
The Privacy Code can only be set in channels 1~22.
!
TRANSMIT (TX) POWER LEVEL SELECTION
Your radio has 2 power level settings. To select the power level on
channels 1~7 and 15~36, press the MENU button until a “Pr” icon will
appear blinking on the display. Then press the s\t buttons to select
TRANSMIT POWER LEVEL icon (H: Hi/L: Lo). To confirm, press the
PTT button or press the MENU button again to move to the next
feature setting. When the PTT button is pressed during Lo
Battery Level condition, the TX Power will automatically switch
from Hi(H) to Lo(L) level.
!
Note : You cannot adjust the power setting on the FRS
channels (8~14). They are set to Lo power per FCC
regulations.
VOX
Your radio has 3 VOX level settings: (oF/1/2/3).
To set VOX, press the MENU button until the display shows “VOX”
blinking while on the right of the CHANNEL NUMBER display, an
“oF” icon appears. Select “1”,“2” or “3” by pressing the s\t buttons
and push the PTT key, or press the MENU button again to move to
the next feature setting.
VOX will be more sensitive on the “1” setting than on the “3” setting.
To turn VOX off, press the MENU button until the display shows
“VOX” blinking while on the right of the CHANNEL NUMBER display,
a “1”,“2” or “3” icon appears. Select “oF” by pressing the s\t
buttons and push the PTT key, or press the MENU button again to
move to the next feature setting.
ROGER BEEP (end of transmission) TONE
When the PTT button is released, the radio will beep to confirm to
other users that your transmission has finished.
To turn the ROGER BEEP tone on, press the MENU button until the
display shows a “rb” icon while on the right of the “rb” display, an “oF”
icon appears. Select “on” by pressing the s\t buttons and push the
PTT key, or press the MENU button to move to the next feature
setting.
To turn the ROGER BEEP tone off, press the MENU button until the
display shows a “rb” icon while on the right of the “rb” display, an “on”
icon appears. Select “oF” by pressing the s\t buttons and push the
PTT key, or press the MENU button to move to the next feature
setting.
NOAA WEATHER RADIO/SCAN
Your radio has a NOAA WEATHER RADIO function, to enable the
user to receive weather reports from designated NOAA stations.
Your radio also has a NOAA WEATHER SCAN function to enable the
user to scan all 10 channels of the NOAA WEATHER RADIO. To turn
the NOAA WEATHER SCAN on, press and hold the UP/WX s
button for 5 seconds while in GMRS mode. The radio will go to WX
Band mode and start scanning all 10 channels and stop on any
active channel. When the channel becomes inactive for 10 seconds
the radio will resume scanning.
To stop the NOAA WEATHER (WX) SCAN and set the channel
manually on the WX Band, press the MENU button during NOAA
WEATHER (WX) SCAN. The radio will stop scanning and the display
will show the current WX Band channel setting and the WX Band
icon. While on WX Band mode press the s\t buttons to select one
of the 10 NOAA WEATHER (WX) BAND channels. To confirm, press
the PTT button or press the MENU button to move to the next feature
setting.
To turn the NOAA WEATHER RADIO off, press the PTT button. The
current GMRS/FRS radio setting will be displayed and the WX BAND
icon will go off.
CALL ALERT SELECTION
Your radio has 5 selectable CALL ALERTS.
To select, press the MENU button until a “CA” icon appears and to
the right of the “CA” icon the current CALL ALERT setting is
displayed. Then press the s\t buttons to make the CALL ALERT
selections - the radio will emit a corresponding tone for each
selection. To confirm, press the PTT button or press the MENU
button to move to the next feature setting.
SILENT OPERATION
Your radio has a SILENT OPERATION mode. In this mode, all
“beeps” and “tones” are disabled.
To turn the SILENT OPERATION mode on, press the MENU button
until the display shows a “bP” icon while on the right of the “bP”
display, an “on” icon appears. Select “oF” by pressing the s\t
buttons and push the PTT key or MENU button.
NOAA WEATHER ALERT
Your radio has a NOAA WEATHER ALERT function, to enable you
to automatically receive weather alerts from designated NOAA
stations.
The NOAA WEATHER (WX) ALERT is automatically on during
NOAA WEATHER SCAN mode.
To turn the NOAA WEATHER (WX) ALERT on during normal NOAA
WEATHER RADIO mode, press the MENU button twice while in
NOAA WEATHER SCAN mode. The display shows "AL," while on
the right an "oF" icon appears blinking. Select "on" by pressing the
s\t buttons.
To confirm, press the PTT button or press MENU. The radio will
return to WX BAND and the WX BAND icon will continue blinking. If
the radio receives a WX ALERT signal from a designated NOAA
station while on GMRS/FRS Radio mode, the radio will beep for 10
seconds while an "AL" and "In" icon appear on the display, after
which it will automatically go to WX BAND.
If any button is pressed during beeping while on GMRS/FRS Radio
mode, the radio will automatically go to WX BAND.
To turn the NOAA WEATHER (WX) ALERT off, press the MENU
button twice while in WX Band. The display shows "AL," while on the
right an "on" icon appears blinking. Select "oF" by pressing the
s\t buttons. To confirm, press the PTT button or press MENU.
!
Note : The WX Alert is automatically ON during WX SCAN
mode.
EXTERNAL SPEAKER/MICROPHONE JACK
Your radio can be used with an optional external speaker / microphone or headset, freeing your hands for other tasks. To use an
optional speaker / microphone or headset:
l Insert the plug(s) into the SPK/MIC jacks.
l Place the earbud into your ear, and adjust the
mic into your desired position.
No.
CODE
No.
CODE
No.
CODE
1
023
29
174
57
445
2
025
30
205
58
464
3
026
31
223
59
465
4
031
32
226
60
466
5
032
33
243
61
503
6
043
34
244
62
506
7
047
35
245
63
516
8
051
36
251
64
532
9
054
37
261
65
546
10
065
38
263
66
565
11
071
39
265
67
606
12
072
40
271
68
612
13
073
41
306
69
624
14
074
42
311
70
627
15
114
43
315
71
631
16
115
44
331
72
632
17
116
45
343
73
654
18
125
46
346
74
662
19
131
47
351
75
664
20
132
48
364
76
703
21
134
49
365
77
712
22
143
50
371
78
723
23
152
51
411
79
731
24
155
52
412
80
732
25
156
53
413
81
734
26
162
54
423
82
743
27
165
55
431
83
754
28
172
56
432
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Note: Privacy codes can be programmed for use on Channels 1~22 only
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Channels
SOLUTION
No Power
- Check battery installation and/or replace batteries.
Cannot Receive
Messages
- Confirm the radios have the same channel
settings.
- Make sure that you are within range of the other
transceivers.
- Buildings and other structures may interfere with
your communication.
Radio is not responding - Make sure key lock is not on (See Keypad Lock).
to button presses
- Radio might need to be reset. Turn radio off then
on.
Display is dim
- Recharge or replace batteries.
Charger not functioning - Contacts on the bottom of the radio may require
cleaning.
- Ensure the outlet where the charger is plugged
in is functioning properly.
- Check that the battery pack is installed in the radio
properly.
36 GMRS/FRS Channels +121 Privacy Codes
10 NOAA Weather (WX) Band Channels
Operating Frequency UHF 462.5500 ~ 467.7125 MHz
Power Source
3 AAA Alkaline or 3.6V Rechargeable NiMH
battery pack
GMRS/FRS FREQUENCY CHART (MHz)
CH. No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
CH. Freq.
462.5625
462.5875
462.6125
462.6375
462.6625
462.6875
462.7125
467.5625
467.5875
467.6125
467.6375
467.6625
CH. No
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
CH. Freq.
467.6875
467.7125
462.5500
462.5750
462.6000
462.6250
462.6500
462.6750
462.7000
462.7250
CH. No
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
CH. Freq.
* Channels 8~14 are low-power FRS license free channels
NOAA WEATHER (WX) RADIO FREQUENCY CHART (MHz)
USE AND CARE
CH. No
1
2
3
4
5
CH. Freq.
162.550
162.400
162.475
162.425
162.450
CH. No
6
7
8
9
10
CH. Freq.
162.500
162.525
161.650
161.775
163.275
* Channel 8,9 and 10 are designated Canadian Marine Frequencies
PRIVACY CODES FREQUENCY CHART (Hz)
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Freq.
67.0
71.9
74.4
77.0
79.7
82.5
85.4
88.5
Code
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Freq.
91.5
94.8
97.4
100.0
103.5
107.2
110.9
114.8
Code
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Freq.
118.8
123.0
127.3
131.8
136.5
141.3
146.2
151.4
Code
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Freq.
156.7
162.2
167.9
173.8
179.9
186.2
192.8
203.5
Code
33
34
35
36
37
38
Freq.
210.7
218.1
225.7
233.6
241.8
250.3
Note: Privacy codes can be programmed for use on Channels 1~22 only
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Performance of any obligation under this warranty may be obtained by returning
the warranted product, prepaid freight, along with proof of purchase to:
2-Way Radios
SPECIFICATIONS
1. Use a soft damp cloth to clean the radio.
2. Do not use alcohol or cleaning solutions to clean the radio.
3. Do not immerse the radio in water.
4. Dry the radio with a dry lint-free cloth should it get wet.
5. Turn off the radio and remove the batteries during long-term
storage.
To turn the SILENT OPERATION mode off, press the MENU button
until the display shows a “bP” icon while on the right of the “bP”
display, an “oF” icon appears. Select “on” by pressing the s\t
buttons and push the PTT key or MENU button.
DCS PRIVACY CODE CHART
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
- $109.99
AVP-H
H7
- 1 Closed Face
Helmet
Microphone Kit
- 2 Mossy Oak
Around the Ear
Headsets with
Boom Mic
- $49.99
- $39.99
AVP-H
H3
AVP-H
H8
- 2 Surveillance
Headsets
- 1 Action Throat
Mic with
Acoustic Ear
Tube
- $39.99
- $39.99
Item
Price
AVP-1
AVP-H1
AVP-H2
AVP-H3
AVP-H4
AVP-H5
AVP-H7
AVP-H8
TH1
TH2
TH3
TH4
$19.99
$49.99
$49.99
$39.99
$39.99
$39.99
$39.99
$39.99
$39.99
$99.99
$29.99
$109.99
Sub-Total
Tax (MO, FL, WA only)
S&H
Total
Mail To:
Midland Radio Corporation
Consumer Dept.
5900 Parretta Drive
Kansas City, MO 64120
---------------Or Call 816.241.8500.
---------------To order online go to
midlandusa.com
___________
___________
_____ $14.95
(Applies to Domestic U.S. only.
For Hawaii, Alaska, and Puerto
Rico S&H will be $36.25 for 1lb
and $64.25 for 2lbs or more).
Total
$___________
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