Manual
TC-610/TC-610P Owner’s Manual
Contents
Safety Information....................................................................................................................................... 3
Product Inspection ....................................................................................................................................... 4
Radio Overview .......................................................................................................................................... 6
Battery Information ................................................................................................................................... 11
Antenna Information ................................................................................................................................. 14
Assembly and Disassembly ....................................................................................................................... 14
General Radio Operations ......................................................................................................................... 21
Programmable Auxiliary Functions .......................................................................................................... 23
Functions and Settings .............................................................................................................................. 23
CTCSS/CDCSS ................................................................................................................................. 23
Battery Save ...................................................................................................................................... 24
Power Adjust ..................................................................................................................................... 24
Time-out Timer (TOT) ...................................................................................................................... 24
Battery Strength Indicator ................................................................................................................. 24
Monitor / Squelch Off ....................................................................................................................... 25
Scan ................................................................................................................................................... 26
Busy Channel Lockout (BCL) ........................................................................................................... 28
Low Battery Alert .............................................................................................................................. 28
Voice Operated Transmit (VOX) ....................................................................................................... 28
ATIS .................................................................................................................................................. 29
HDC1200 PTT ID Encode ................................................................................................................ 29
DOS (Data Operated Squelch) .......................................................................................................... 29
2-Tone Decode .................................................................................................................................. 30
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................................ 31
Care and Cleaning ..................................................................................................................................... 32
Optional Accessory ................................................................................................................................... 33
Channel Frequency Table.......................................................................................................................... 37
CTCSS Table 38 ....................................................................................................................................... 37
CDCSS Table (83) .................................................................................................................................... 38
Glossary..................................................................................................................................................... 40
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Preface
Thank you for your purchase of the HYT TC-610/610P radio - the choice for professionals.
TC-610/610P is a professional radio that with exquisite and ergonomic design, which bring user
a fine operation feel. The TC-610/610P is customized for noisy environments such as
construction sites because all TC-610/610P radios are approved to dust & water protection
Class IP66 and endowed with large speaker.
This easy-to-use radio will deliver you secure, instant and reliable communications at peak
efficiency. Please read this manual carefully before use. The information presented herein will
help you to derive maximum performance from your radio.
MODELS COVERED IN THIS MANUAL
TC-610/610P VHF Two-way Radio
TC-610/610P UHF Two-way Radio
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Safety Information
The following general safety precautions as would normally apply, which should be
observed during all phases of operation, service and repair of this equipment.
◇ Turn off your radio prior to entering any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere.
◇ Do not charge your battery in a potentially explosive atmosphere.
◇ Do not use any portable radio that has a damaged antenna. If a damaged antenna
comes into contact with your skin, a minor burn can result.
◇ This equipment should be serviced by qualified technicians only.
◇ To avoid possible interference with blasting operations, turn off your radio when you are
near electrical blasting caps. In a blasting area or in areas such as hospital site posted
“Turn off two-way radio”; when taking an airplane, please obey the “turn off two-way
radio” instruction of aircrew staff as well.
◇ For vehicles with an air bag, do not place a radio in the area over an air bag or in the air
bag deployment area. Air bags inflate with great force. If a radio is placed in the air bag
deployment area and the air bag inflates, the radio may be propelled with great force
and cause serious injury to occupants of the vehicle.
◇ Do not expose the radio to direct sunlight over a long time, nor place it close to heating
source.
◇ When using your radio, hold the radio in a vertical position with the microphone 3 to 4
centimeters away from your lips.
◇ If you wear a radio on your body when transmitting, ensure the radio and its antenna is
at least 2.5cm away from your body.
Cautions:
1. Please attach the earpiece cover if no earpiece is in use. Otherwise, water or dust may get
into the radio and the terminals may be corroded, causing the radio unable to operate normally
or even causing the radio to be discarded due to irreparable damage.
2. Please use an earpiece with good waterproof performance. In addition, the earpiece must go
well with the radio.
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3. To avoid serious damage due to entry of water into the main unit, DO NOT damage or tear
down the label covered on the test hole.
4. To clean the radio, turn it off and then rinse it (according to IP66 standard). DO NOT immerse
it in water. Radio rinsing must be completed within 2~3 minutes. If the radio accidentally drops
into water, please take it out and turn it off immediately. Then hold the radio with the speaker
towards your palm and slap the radio to make the water flow out. Finally wipe and dry it.
5. DO NOT clean the radio under circumstances in which waterproofing failure may result. For
example, if there is any damage or crack on the main unit/battery, or if the main unit/battery is
once dropped or shocked, DO NOT clean the radio.
6. The radio is compliant with IP66 standard. However, once the radio is accidentally dropped or
shocked, waterproof performance cannot be guaranteed.
7. DO NOT immerse the battery in water. If the battery (especially the charging piece) gets wet,
please dry it before placing it into the main unit or the charger.
8. To avoid serious damage due to entry of water into the battery, DO NOT damage or tear down
the label on the battery back (especially the label covered on the air hole).
9. To avoid effect on life cycle due to entry of dust into the radio, please use a carrying case.
Warning: If the main unit or the battery gets wet, DO NOT disassemble or charge it
immediately. Otherwise, short circuit, corrosion or even danger may result.
Warning: Make sure dry battery and antenna are securely fixed to the main unit before
operation. Otherwise, short circuit or even danger may result.
Product Inspection
Before unpacking the TC-610/610P portable radio, please inspect the packaging for signs of
damage and report any damage to your dealer.
Upon unpacking of the TC-610/610P portable radio, please ensure that all items shipped were
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received, report any missing or damaged items to your dealer.
Item
Qty. (PCS)
Antenna
1
Belt Clip
1
Strap
1
Battery
1
MCU Charger
1
Switching Power
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Note: 1. Frequency band is marked on the label of antenna. Please refer to the label on the
radio unit for detailed frequency band information.
2. The radio unit is shipped with screws mounted from the factory.
Li-Ion Battery
MCU
Rapid-rate
Charger
Li-ion/Ni-MH Batteries)
Belt Clip
Strap
(for
Switching Power (different P/N for
different countries and areas)
Antenna
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Radio Overview
TC-610
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(1) PTT (Push-to-Talk)
(2) SK1 key (Side Key 1)
(3) SK2 (Side Key 2)
key
(programmable)
(programmable)
(5) Microphone
(6) Antenna
(7) LED Indicator
(8) Channel Selector Knob
(10) Battery Latch
(11) Accessory Jack
(12) Accessory cover
(14) Battery
(15) Screw
(16) Electrode Piece
(9)
Radio
On-Off
(4) Speaker
/Volume Control Knob
(13) Belt Clip
TC-610P
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(1) PTT (Push-to-Talk)
(2) SK1 key (Side Key
(3) SK2 (Side Key 2)
key
1) (programmable)
(programmable)
(5) Microphone
(6) Antenna
(7) LED Indicator
(4) Speaker
(8)
Channel
Selector Knob
(9)
Radio
On-Off
(10) Battery Latch
(11) Accessory Jack
(14) Screw
(15) Electrode Piece
/Volume Control Knob
(13) Battery
* PTT (Push-to-Talk) Key
Press and hold down the PTT key to transmit, release it to receive.
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*SK1 (Side Key 1)
Side Key 1 is the programmable key that can be assigned with long press function and
short press function by your dealer. (See Glossary for definitions of short press and long
press.)
*SK2 (Side Key 2)
Side Key 2 is the programmable key that can be assigned with long press function and
short press function by your dealer. (See Glossary for definitions of short press and long
press.)
*LED indicator
Status of LED indicator and alert tone see table below (See Functions and Settings for the
detailed operations):
When the radio is turned on, the power up alert tone
is heard.
Power up in user mode
When the current channel is a blank channel, the
radio sounds Beep tone continuously.
LED flashes red, and a low-pitched tone sounds at
Low battery alert
intervals of 10 seconds.
LED glows red when transmitting
When TOT timer expires, the radio sounds Beep tone
continuously.
TOT pre-alert: a Beep is heard.
Transmitting
Tx PTT ID: continuous Beep tone (programmed by
your dealer, available to TC-610P only).
Tx PTT ID Completion: short Beep tone (programmed
by your dealer, available to TC-610P only).
Receiving
LED glows green when carrier is present.
Green LED flashes at every 1 second, while scanning
Scanning
is in process.
Scan Start Alert Tone (programmable by your dealer):
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a beep is heard.
Scan Exit Alert Tone (programmable by your dealer):
a beep is heard.
Priority Channel Scan Alert Tone (programmable by
your dealer): when scanning, if the current channel is
the priority channel, the radio sounds a Beep.
A low-pitched tone is heard when transmit power is
adjusted from high power to low power.
Power adjust
A high-pitched tone is heard when transmit power is
adjusted from low power to high power.
A high-pitched tone is heard when the VOX feature is
activated.
VOX
A low-pitched tone is heard when the VOX feature is
disabled.
*Channel Selector Knob
Rotate the knob to select from channel 1 to 16.
* Radio On-Off/Volume Control Knob
Rotate the knob clockwise to turn the radio on, rotate the knob fully counter-clockwise until a
click is heard to turn the radio off.
Turn the knob clockwise to increase the volume, or counter-clockwise to decrease the
volume.
*Battery latch
Used to remove the battery.
* Accessory Jack
The jack is used to connect speaker, microphone, external PTT, earpiece, programming
cable and cloning cable.
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Battery Information
Initial Use
New batteries are shipped uncharged from the factory. Charge a new battery for 5 hours before
initial use. The maximum battery capacity and performance is achieved after three full
charge/discharge cycles. If you notice the battery power runs low, please recharge the battery.
Applicable Battery Packs
To reduce the risk of injury, charge only the battery specified by the manufacturer. Other
batteries may burst, causing bodily injury and damage.
Caution:
1.
To avoid risk of personal injury, do not dispose of batteries in a fire!
2.
Dispose of batteries according to local regulations (e.g. recycling). Do not dispose as
household waste.
3.
Never attempt to disassemble the battery.
Battery Tips
1.
When charging your battery, keep it at a temperature among 5℃ - 40℃. Temperature out of
the limit may cause battery leakage or damage.
2.
When charging a battery attached to a radio, turn the radio off to ensure a full charge.
3.
Do not cut off the power supply or remove the battery when charging a battery.
4.
Never charge a battery that is wet. Please dry it with soft cloth prior to charge.
5.
The battery will eventually wear out. When the operating time (talk-time and standby time)
is noticeably shorter than normal, it is time to buy a new battery.
To Prolong Battery Life
1.
Battery performance will be greatly decreased at a temperature below 0℃. A spare battery
is necessary in cold weather. The cold battery unable to work in this situation may work
under room temperature, so keep it for later use.
2.
The dust on the battery contact may cause the battery cannot work or charge. Please use
clean dry cloth to wipe it before attaching the battery to the radio.
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Battery Storage
1.
Fully charge a battery before you store it for a long time, to avoid battery damage due to
over-discharge.
2.
Recharge a battery after several months’ storage (Ni-MH & Ni-Cd batteries: 3 months;
Li-Ion & Li-polymer batteries: 6 months), to avoid reducing battery capacity due to
over-discharge.
3.
Store your battery in a cool, dry place under room temperature, to reduce self-discharge.
Charging Operation
When the radio flashes red LED and sounds low-pitched tone at intervals of ten seconds,
indicating the battery power is low, please charge the battery by the HYT approved charger. The
charger’s LED indicates the charging progress.
Status
Charger LED
Standby (no-load)
Red LED flashes slowly (0.2s on/3s off )
Remarks
Intelligent
rapid-rate
charger only
Battery is charging
Red LED solidly glows
Battery
Green LED solidly glows
is
fully
charged
Error
Red LED flashes rapidly (0.2s on/0.2s
Intelligent
off)
charger only
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Charging please refer to the following procedure:
(Take TC-610 as the sample)
1. Plug the DC connector of the adapter into the DC socket on the back of the charger.
2. Place the radio with the battery attached, or the battery alone, in the charger.
3. Plug the AC connector of the adapter into the AC outlet socket.
4. Make sure the battery is in well contact with the charging terminals, the charging process
initiates when the red LED lights.
5. The greed LED lights about 3 hours later indicating the battery is fully charged. Then remove
the radio with the battery attached or the battery alone from the charger.
Troubleshooting:
When troubleshooting, always observe the color of the LED.
No LED Indication?
1.
Make sure that the power cord is plugged into an appropriate AC outlet.
Red LED flashes rapidly (0.2s on/0.2s off)?
1.
Remove the battery from the charger, and:
a)
Make sure that it is a HYT authorized battery. Other batteries may not charge.
b)
Remove power from the battery charger, and clean the gold metal, charging contacts
of the battery and charger, using a clean dry cloth.
2.
The battery temperature may be above 45℃.
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3.
Defective battery. Please replace it with a new one.
4.
Power up the charger and place the battery back into the charger pocket. If the LED
indicator continues to flash red, replace the battery.
Note:
When the battery charger detects the proper battery conditions, rapid charging begins
automatically (steady red LED).
If the battery temperature is above 45℃, the charger will report the fault by flashing red
LED rapidly (0.2s on/0.2s off), and will not charge until the battery temperature is below
45℃, with red LED solidly glows (Ni-MH battery only).
Antenna Information

Stubby antennas are ideal for communication within limited range. Fine and long
antennas optimizes communication coverage, ideal when the radio is worn on the belt
because they are flexible and soft.

Rainy days or forest locations may narrow your communication range, please prepare
in advance to avoid potential inconvenience.
Assembly and Disassembly
(Note: Pictures listed below all take TC-610 as the sample)
Attaching the Battery
1.
Hold the battery and make it close to the top of aluminum chassis. (See figure 1 below)
(Note: insert the tab on the top of battery into the top of battery slot).
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Figure 1
2.
Lightly press the bottom of the battery until a click is heard. By then, the battery latch locks
with the main unit and assembly is finished. (See figure 2 below)
Note: if the battery is not well locked, please remove the battery and attach it again.
Figure 2
Removing the Battery
1.
Please turn off the radio first. Then hold the top of radio main unit and press belt clip to
make its tail turn up. Lift the battery latch in the direction of the arrow. (See figure 3 below)
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Figure 3
2.
When the bottom of battery is lifted, release the battery latch and take out from the battery
slot. (see figure 4 below)
(Note: when battery is titled, the angle between battery and main unit can not be too large so
that serious abrasion of the tab in the top of battery is caused.)
Figure 4
Attaching the Antenna
1.
Insert the antenna to the big screw thread hole on the top of main unit.
2.
Turn the antenna clockwise until it is screwed down, shown as figure 5.
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Figure 5
Removing the Antenna
When disassembling antenna, turn the antenna counter-clockwise until it is loosen and screwed
out, shown as figure 6.
Figure 6
Attaching the Belt Clip
Loose the screw of belt clip from the main unit, fasten the belt clip to the main unit (make sure
the screw holes of belt clip and of aluminum chassis are aligned), clockwise screw down the belt
clip. (See figure 7 below)
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Figure 7
Removing the Belt Clip
Turn the screwdriver counter-clockwise to loosen the screw. Please refer to the operations for
attaching the belt clip. (See figure 8 below)
Figure 8
Attaching the Earpiece/Microphone (TC-610)
1.
Open (not remove) the accessory cover, shown as figure 9.
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Figure 9
2.
Plug the audio accessory firmly into the accessory jack, then secure the screw, shown as
figure 10.
Figure 10
Attaching the Earpiece/Microphone (TC-610P)
1. Insert the tab at the bottom of the earphone/microphone into the slot on the radio.
2. Align the screw at the top of the earphone/microphone with the threaded hole on the radio.
3. Rotate the screw clockwise to fasten. (See Figure 11 below)
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Figure 11
2. Plug the audio accessory firmly into the accessory jack, and then secure the screw, shown as
figure 12.
Figure 12
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Removing the Earpiece/Microphone
Loosen the screw and then remove the audio accessories.
Note: Using the radio with audio accessory may affect the waterproof performance of the radio.
General Radio Operations
(Note: Pictures listed below all take TC-610 as the sample)
Note: See Glossary for definitions of relevant words.
Turn the Radio On/Off
Turn the radio on-off /volume control knob clockwise to turn on the radio, then radio sounds an
alert tone. Turn the radio on-off /volume control knob counter-clockwise to turn off the radio.
(See figure 13 below)
Figure 13
Adjust the Volume
Press the programmable key set as Squelch Off / Squelch Off Momentary to listen the
background noise, then turn the volume control knob clockwise/counter-clockwise to
increase/decrease the volume. See Glossary for definition of Squelch. (See figure 14 below)
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Figure 14
Select a Channel
Turn the channel selector knob to select a channel. (See figure 15 below)
Figure 15
Transmitting
To transmit, press and hold down PTT key and talk to microphone to speak. Ensure the radio is
2.5 to 5 centimeters away from your lips.
Receiving
To receive signal, release the PTT key.
Talk Range
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Flat ground with no obstructions
Up to 10 kilometers
Residential area (close to buildings)
Up to 5 kilometers
Inside multi-level buildings
Up to 20 floors
Programmable Auxiliary Functions
Your dealer may program the TK, SK1, SK2 (long or short press) keys with one of the following
auxiliary functions respectively. See Functions and Settings for the detailed description.

None

Power Adjust

Battery Power Indicator

Squelch Off (See Glossary for definitioins of Steady and Squelch Off.)

Squelch Off Momentary

Monitor

Monitor Momentary(See Glossary for definitioins of Momentary and Monitor)

Scan(See Glossary for definitioin of Scan.)

VOX
Functions and Settings
The following functions are programmable by your dealer.
CTCSS/CDCSS
Set up talkgroups with unique CDCSS/CTCSS to prevent unwanted conversations on the same
frequency. See Glossary for definitions of CTCSS and CDCSS.
If CTCSS/CDCSS is set on the current channel, CTCSS/CDCSS match is required for the radio
to unmute to an incoming signal. If CTCSS/CCSS is not set, the radio can receive calls from all
users operating on the same frequency. Your dealer may set CTCSS/CDCSS for some
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channels.
This feature does not mean that your conversation will not be heard by others. Radios that set
with the same CTCSS/CDCSS, or no CTCSS/CDCSS, can receive from you.
Battery Save
This feature can be enabled by your dealer. The Battery Save feature is automatically activated
once no activity on the channel and no operation performed (no key press and no knob
selection), for extended operation time.
Pressing any key or receiving a signal will restore the radio to normal operation and exit from
Battery Save.
See Glossary for the definition of Battery Save.
Power Adjust
A press of the programmed Power Adjust key switches the transmit power level between high
and low power.
Time-out Timer (TOT)
Limits the amount of time the radio user can continuously transmit on a channel. If the user
holds down the PTT longer than the preprogrammed limit, the radio automatically stops
transmitting, and generates a warning tone until the PTT is released.
Your dealer may program the alert tone that sounds before the TOT timer nearly expires.
See Glossary for the definition of Time-out Timer.
Battery Strength Indicator
The TC-610/610P allows you to simply press one button to illuminate the LED batter gauge,
which emits different indications representing battery strength levels until the key is released.
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Battery Strength
LED Indication
70% - 100%
Green
50% - 70%
Orange
30% - 50%
Red
10% - 30%
No indication is shown when programmable key is pressed; LED
flashes red while radio is operating. While the radio standby, LED
flashes red and a low-pitched tone sounds at intervals of a preset
time (defaulted as 10s). The interval can be set by programming
software.
Less than 10%
No indication is shown when programmable key is pressed; at
the time, radio can only receive or standby (Tx is disabled). While
the radio standby, LED flashes red and a low-pitched tone
sounds at intervals of a preset time (defaulted as 10s). The
interval can be set by programming software. If PTT key is held
down, an alert tone indicating low-voltage Tx inhibt would sound.
Monitor / Squelch Off

Squelch Off
Causes the radio to forcibly unmute speaker to here activities on the current channel, whatever
the receive condition is. The radio speaker outputs audio when audio signal is present, or
background noise will be heard if no audio signal is detected.
Press the function key to enter the Squelch Off mode, and press it again to exit.

Squelch Off Momentary
Causes the radio to forcibly unmute speaker to here activities on the current channel, whatever
the receive condition is. The radio speaker outputs audio when audio signal is present, or
background noise will be heard if no audio signal is detected.
Holds down the function key to enter the Squelch Off Momentary mode, and release it to exit.
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
Monitor
Carrier condition must be satisfied for the radio to unmute to an incoming call, regardless of
CTCSS/CDCSS condition.
Press the function key to enter Monitor mode, and press it again to exit.

Monitor Momentary
Carrier condition must be satisfied for the radio to unmute to an incoming call, regardless of
CTCSS/CDCSS condition.
Holds down the function key to enter Monitor Momentary mode, and release it to exit.
Scan
Press the programmed Scan key to initiate scanning ascending through the channel numbers in
scan list. Green LED flashes during the scan process, and solidly glows when activity is
detected on a channel and signalling condition is satisfied. Press the key again to exit scanning.
When scanning is active, the radio continuously scans for activity on scan list members. Once
activity is detected on a channel, scanning pauses on the active channel for you to receive
activity. Your dealer can choose channels that you wish to scan and list them in a scan list.
No Priority Channel
Assuming a scan list with 6 channels, if all the channels are non-prioritized, the normal scan
operation would check for activity in the following sequence, as figure 16 has shown.
Figure 16
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Priority Channel Scan
If you prioritize Channel 2 as Priority 1, the scan operation would change as figure 17 shown
below.
Figure 17
Scan On/Off
You can enter scan mode through the following two methods:
1. Key operation
Press the programmed Scan key to enter scan mode, provided that there’re no less than 2
members in the scan list.
2. Auto
When Auto Scan is enabled for a channel, the radio shall automatically enter scan mode when it
is switched to the channel.
You can exit scan mode through the following three methods:
1. Key operation
Press the programmed Scan key to exit scan mode.
2. Auto
The radio automatically exits from scan mode when it is switched to another channel.
3. Turn the radio off.

Talk Back
You can respond to any calls received during the scan process by pressing the PTT.

Priority Channel Scan
Enable you to constantly monitor & keep an update on the activities on the most commonly used
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channel so that messages will not be missed. Check with your dealer for details.
When scanning remains on a non-priority channel, the radio continues to monitor activities on
the priority channel, and jumps to the priority channel if activity is detected.
Busy Channel Lockout (BCL)
Avoid interference with the users using the same channel by preventing transmission if another
talk group is already on the air. The radio will generate a continuous tone upon PTT press if a
transmission is not allowed. Release the PTT to cancel the tone.
See Glossary for definition of BCL.
Low Battery Alert
For extra convenience, LED flashes red and a low-pitched tone sounds at every ten seconds to
alert users to recharge the battery should the battery level run low.
Voice Operated Transmit (VOX)
You can transmit hands free with the use of optional accessories. The radio will automatically
begin transmitting when you speak, and terminate transmitting when you stop talking. See
Glossary for definition of VOX.
Press the programmed VOX key to activate or exit the VOX feature, with alert tone sounds
accordingly.
Your dealer can enable/disable the VOX feature, and set the VOX sensitivity. When VOX
feature is enabled, the user can transmit hands free with VOX accessories:
1.
Press the programmed VOX key to activate the VOX feature.
2.
Select the PTT/VOX switch on the earpiece to VOX.
3.
Plug the earpiece into the accessory jack.
4.
Speaker into the earpiece microphone and your voice will be transmitted.
When transmitting with VOX accessories, you may here your own voice from the VOX earpiece
slightly. Press the PTT of your radio to disable the VOX feature. Turn the radio off on again, or
plug the earpiece into the accessory jack again to restore the VOX feature.
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Note: No matter whether the VOX feature is enabled, if you select the PTT/VOX switch on the
earpiece to PTT, you are able to transmit by press of the external PTT, and you are not allowed
to push the switch from PTT to VOX, this action shall cause the radio to continuously transmit.
When continuous transmission occurs, push the PTT/VOX switch from VOX to PTT, or turn on
the radio again to restore the radio to operation use. (See figure 18 below)
Figure 18
Note: to order accessories, please contact your dealer.
ATIS
When holding down PTT key, radio with ATIS function (Auto Identification Setting) transmits a
12 digits ID code according to private code regulation and modulation method. By the function,
manager monitors the devices on the go in any time and avoids valid use of them.
Note: ATIS enable check and 12 digits ID identification code can be programmed by your dealer.
HDC1200 PTT ID Encode(Available to TC-610P only)
When PTT key is held down or released, calling party transmits an ID code; then the called party
or manager gets the calling party ID through identification of ID code being received. By the
function, improper use of device, system business recording as well as quick response for
emergency all can easily be realized.
Note: Options for PTT ID transmission and ID code can be programmed by your dealer.
DOS (Data Operated Squelch)
The function is to filter unnecessary noise and secure enough quiet when receiving ATIS and
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HDC1200 PTT ID data. DOS time can be programmed by your dealer.
Note: DOS enable check and DOS time can be programmed by your dealer.
2-Tone Decode(Available to TC-610P only)
The function is to receive 2-tone signal that transmitted by radio with 2-tone encode and to
respond the function according to the preset configuration.
Note: Parameter setting of 2-tone decode can be programmed by your dealer.
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
Solution
a. The battery is run out. Please recharge the battery
or replace it with a fresh one.
Cannot power on the radio.
b. The battery is not properly installed. Please
remove and reinstall the battery.
The operation time will not increase
even though the battery is properly
charged.
a. The battery life cycle is over, please replace with a
new one.
b. The battery is not fully charged. Make sure that the
battery is removed after LED indicator has indicated
green.
Cannot talk to or hear group
members.
a. Confirm radios have the same channel, and
CTCSS/CDCSS settings.
b. Make sure you are within their communication
range.
a. Please change your CTCSS/CDCSS settings, and
so as your group members.
Hear non-group members
No
voice
or
transmitting
low
voice
while
a. Whether the volume switch knob is switched to a
proper position.
b. Send the radio to your dealer for microphone
detection.
Noise always on
a. Group members are too far away to receive their
call. Please go within the communication range and
re-power on the radio to try.
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Care and Cleaning

Do not handle the radio by its antenna or external microphone directly.

Do not place the radio in a dusty or dirty environment.

Clean the radio with a lint-free cloth to remove dirt or grease, to avoid poor contact due to
excessive dust.

Clean the radio using a lint-free cloth moistened with clean water and a mild dishwashing
liquid.

Avoid subjecting the radio to corrosives, solvents or spirits.
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Optional Accessory
Optional Accessories
Antenna
Ni-MH Battery (1300mAh)
Li-Ion
BH1303
BL2001
Battery
(2000mAh)
MCU Multi-unit Rapid-rate
Charger
(for
Li-ion/Ni-MH
Batteries) MCA02
Six-unit
Switching
Power
Vehicle Adapter CHV09
PS7001
Universal Nylon Chest Pack
Leather
Carrying
(Black) LCBN13
(non-swivel) LCBN56
Case
TC-610P Optional Audio Accessories
Earbud
ESN05
with
in-Line
PTT
Earbud with on-MIC PTT
D-earset
ESN06
Microphone EHN08
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with
Boom
D-earset
with
Microphone EHN07
in-line
TC-610/TC-610P Owner’s Manual
Light-weight,
Behind-the-head
Light-weight,
Earpiece
Single-muff
Headset ECN07
ECN06
3-Wire Surveillance Earpiece
2-Wire
with
Wireless
Transparent
Acoustic
Tube (black/beige) EAN02/
Earpiece
Receiver
Earpiece with on-MIC PTT &
2-wire Surveillance Earpiece
Transparent Acoustic Tube
with
EAN04
Tube (black) EAN07
with
Heavy
and
Noise-Canceling
Neck Loop EWN03
ECN08
Ear Canal Bone Induction
Noise-Canceling
Earpiece EBN01
Speaker
Transparent Acoustic
Weight,
Behind-the-Head,
Headset
Noise-Canceling
Headset
ECN09
EAN06
Light
Throat-Vibrating
Weight,
Earpiece
ELN02
Remote
Microphone
(IP56)
SM13N5
Noise-Cancelling
Remote
Speaker
Microphone
(Antenna
Applicable)
SM13N4
Remote Speaker Microphone
Receive-only Earbud (for
Receive-only
SM08N1
use with remote speaker
Transparent Acoustic Tube (for
microphone) ESS07
use
with
Earpiece
remote
microphone) ESS08
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with
speaker
Programming Cable (COM
port)
PC18
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Programming
Cable
(USB
port) PC25
TC-610 Optional Audio Accessories
Earbud with in-line PTT &
Earbud with on-MIC PTT &
Earbud with in-line PTT & VOX
D-earset with in-Line MIC &
VOX ESM13
VOX ESM12
ESM11
VOX EHM15
Earset
with
in-line
Microphone & VOX
D-earset
EHM18
with
Boom
Microphone & VOX EHM16
Light
Weight,
Behind-the-Head
Earpiece
with in-Line PTT & VOX
ECM11
Light
Weight,
Single-Muff
Earpiece with on-MIC PTT
2-Wire Surveillance Earpiece
3-Wire
Headset with in-Line PTT &
&
with
Earpiece with Transparent
VOX ECM12
Acoustic Tube EAM12
VOX
&
Transparent
VOX
&
Transparent
Acoustic Tube (black) EAM13
Surveillance
Acoustic Tube (black/beige)
EAM16 / EAM15
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Neck 2-wire Earpiece with
Ear Canal Bone Induction
Light Weight, Throat-Vibrating
Noise-Canceling
Wireless Earphone and Neck
Earpiece EBM01
Earpiece ELM01
ECM13
Headset
Loop(Beige) EWM03
Behind-the-Head,
Noise-Canceling
Remote
Headset
Speaker
Microphone SM08M3
ECM14
Noise-Canceling
Speaker
Microphone
Remote
(IP56)
SM13M1
Noise-Cancelling
Remote
Speaker
Microphone
(Antenna
Applicable)
SM13M2
Receive-only Earbud (for use
Receive-only Earpiece with
Programming
with
Transparent Acoustic Tube
port)
remote
microphone) ESS07
speaker
(for
use
speaker
with
remote
microphone)
ESS08
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PC19
Cable
(COM
Programming Cable (USB
port)
PC26
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Channel Frequency Table
Model:
Serial No.:
Tx
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Tx CTCSS
/CDCSS
Rx
Rx
Frequency
CTCSS/CDCSS
(MHz)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
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CTCSS Table 38
No.
Frequency (Hz)
No.
Frequency (Hz)
1
67.0
20
131.8
2
71.9
21
136.5
3
74.4
22
141.3
4
77.0
23
146.2
5
79.7
24
151.4
6
82.5
25
156.7
7
85.4
26
162.2
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8
88.5
27
167.9
9
91.5
28
173.8
10
94.8
29
179.9
11
97.4
30
186.2
12
100.0
31
192.8
13
103.5
32
203.5
14
107.2
33
210.7
15
110.9
34
218.1
16
114.8
35
225.7
17
118.8
36
233.6
18
123.0
37
241.8
19
127.3
38
250.3
CDCSS Table (83)
No.
CDCSS
No.
CDCSS
39
023
82
331
40
025
83
343
41
026
84
346
42
031
85
351
43
032
86
364
44
043
87
365
45
047
88
371
46
051
89
411
47
054
90
412
48
065
91
413
49
071
92
423
50
072
93
431
51
073
94
432
52
074
95
445
53
114
96
464
54
115
97
465
55
116
98
466
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56
125
99
503
57
131
100
506
58
132
101
516
59
134
102
532
60
143
103
546
61
152
104
565
62
155
105
606
63
156
106
612
64
162
107
624
65
165
108
627
66
172
109
631
67
174
110
632
68
205
111
654
69
223
112
662
70
226
113
664
71
243
114
703
72
244
115
712
73
245
116
723
74
251
117
731
75
261
118
732
76
263
119
734
77
265
120
743
78
271
121
754
79
306
80
311
81
315
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Glossary
Name
Description
Short Press
Key press shorter than 1.5 seconds.
Long Press
Key press longer than 1.5 seconds.
In normal mode, no key operation is made on the
Standby Status
radio and the radio is in receiving status.
The setting of CTCSS/CDCSS code in transmitting
CTCSS/CDCSS
party must match that in the receiving party, for the
receiver to unmute its speaker to output audio.
The function is to save the battery power and
Battery Save
prolong the operation time. Once no activity on the
channel and no operation performed, the radio shall
be on and off alternately.
The time-out timer feature stops someone from
Time-out Timer (TOT)
talking too long and tying up the channel.
The purpose of squelch is to mute audio output
Squelch
from the speaker when no signals are present.
Open the squelch to unmute radio speaker.
Always unmute speaker to receive audio as well as
Squelch Off
background noise.
Carrier condition must be satisfied for the radio to
Monitor
unmute
to
an
incoming
call,
regardless
of
CTCSS/CDCSS condition.
Holds down the function key to activate the status,
Momentary
and release it to exit.
The scan feature enables the radio to continuously
Scan
scan each channel for activity.
Busy Channel Lockout
Avoid interference with the users using the same
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channel by preventing transmission if another talk
group is already on the air.
The radio will automatically begin transmitting when
VOX
you speak.
HYT endeavors to achieve the accuracy and completeness of this manual, but no warranty of
accuracy or reliability is given. All the above specifications and design are subject to change
without notice due to continuous development.
No part of this manual may be copied, reproduced, translated, stored in a retrieval system,
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purpose without the express written permission of HYT.
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