Motorola MD207R

Motorola MD207R Bedienungsanleitung

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  • Two-Way Radio
    User Guide
    MD207 Series
    Safety and General Information
    FCC Licensing Information
    Control Buttons
    KEM-ML36801-27
    Important Information on Safe and Efficient Operation
    Read This Information Before Using Your Radio.
    The information provided in this document supersedes the general
    safety information in user guides published prior to December 1, 2002.
    Transmit and Receive Procedure
    Your two-way radio contains a transmitter and a receiver. To control
    your exposure and ensure compliance with the general
    population/uncontrolled environment exposure limits, always adhere
    to the following procedure:
    Transmit no more than 50% of the time.
    To receive calls, release the Push-to-Talk (PTT) button.
    To transmit (talk), press the PTT button.
    Transmitting 50% of the time, or less, is important because the radio
    generates measurable RF energy exposure only when transmitting
    (in terms of measuring standards compliance).
    Exposure to Radio Frequency Energy
    Your Motorola two-way radio complies with the following RF energy
    exposure standards and guidelines:
    United States Federal communications Commission, Code of
    Federal Regulations; 47CFR part 2 sub-part J.
    American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/Institute of Electrical
    and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) C95. 1-1992.
    Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) C95.1-1999
    Edition.
    International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
    (ICNIRP) 1998.
    Ministry of Health (Canada) Safety Code 6. Limits of Human
    Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields in the
    Frequency Range from 3 KHz to 300 GHz, 1999.
    Australian communications Authority Radiocommunications
    (Electromagnetic Radiation—Human Exposure) Standard, 2003.
    Getting Started
    Display Screen Guide
    Installing the Batteries
    Each radio uses 1 NiMH rechargeable battery pack or 3 AA alkaline
    batteries and beeps when the batteries are low.
    Installing NiMH Rechargeable Battery Pack
    1. Turn the radio off.
    2. With the back of the radio facing you, lift the battery latch up to
    release the battery cover and remove the cover.
    3. Remove the NiMH battery pack from the clear plastic bag (do not
    disassemble or unwrap the battery pack).
    4. Insert the NiMH battery pack with the diagram facing you. The
    ribbon should be underneath the battery pack and should wrap
    around the right side of the battery pack for easy removal.
    5. Reposition the battery cover and press down to secure.
    Installing the Three AA Alkaline Batteries (Optional Accessory)
    1. Turn the radio off.
    2. With the back of the radio facing you, lift the battery latch up to
    release the battery cover and remove the cover.
    3. Insert the three AA alkaline batteries with + and - polarity as shown
    inside. The ribbon should be underneath the AA alkaline batteries and
    should wrap around the right side of the batteries for easy removal.
    4. Reposition the battery cover and press down to secure.
    Radio Battery Meter
    The radio battery icon shows the radio battery charge level, from full
    to empty . When the radio has one segment left, the radio
    chirps periodically or after releasing (Low Battery Alert).
    PTT
    V
    Talking and Listening
    To communicate, all radios in your group must be set to the same
    channel.
    1. To talk, press and hold .
    2. When you are finished talking, release .
    For maximum clarity, hold the radio two to three inches away from your
    mouth and speak directly into the microphone. Do not cover the
    microphone while talking.
    Talk Range
    Your radio is designed to maximize performance and improve
    transmission range. Do not use the radios closer than five feet apart.
    Monitor Button
    Pressing and holding for three seconds allows you to listen to the
    volume level of the radio when you are not receiving. You can also
    press to check for activity on the current channel before you talk.
    Push-to-Talk Timeout Timer
    To prevent accidental transmissions and save battery life, the radio
    emits a continuous warning tone and stops transmitting if you press
    for 60 continuous seconds.
    PTT
    V
    PTT
    V
    PTT
    V
    PTT
    For More Information
    For further information, you may call Motorola at 1-800-638-5119 (U.S.),
    or e-mail us at support@giantintl.com or visit us on the Internet at
    www.motorolasolutions.com/talkabout.
    ANATEL ANNEX to Resolution No. 303 of July 2, 2002.
    ANATEL ANNEX to Resolution No. 533 of September 10, 2009.
    To ensure optimal radio performance and make sure human exposure to
    r
    adio frequency electromagnetic energy is within the guidelines set forth
    i
    n the above standards, always adhere to the following procedures.
    P
    ortable Radio Operation and EME Exposure
    Antenna Care
    U
    se only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna.
    U
    nauthorized antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the
    r
    adio and may violate FCC regulations.
    D
    o NOT hold the antenna when the radio is “IN USE.” Holding the
    a
    ntenna affects the effective range.
    Body-Worn Operation
    T
    o maintain compliances with FCC/Health Canada RF exposure
    g
    uidelines, if you wear a radio on your body when transmitting, always
    place the radio in a Motorola-supplied or approved clip, holder, holster,
    case or body harness for this product. Use of non-Motorola-approved
    a
    ccessories may exceed FCC/Health Canada RF exposure guidelines.
    If you do not use one of the Motorola-supplied or approved body-worn
    a
    ccessories and are not using the radio held in the normal use position,
    e
    nsure the radio and its antenna are at least 1 inch (2.5 cm) from your
    b
    ody when transmitting.
    D
    ata Operation
    I
    f applicable, when using any data feature of the radio with or without an
    accessory cable, position the radio and its antenna at least one inch
    (2.5 cm) from the body.
    A
    pproved Accessories
    53724: Remote Speaker with Push-to-Talk Microphone
    5
    3727: Earbud with Push-to-Talk Microphone
    5
    3728: Flexible Ear Receiver
    Electromagnetic Interference/Compatibility
    Note: Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to electromagnetic
    i
    nterference (EMI) if inadequately shielded, designed or otherwise
    configured for electromagnetic compatibility. This device complies with
    Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
    O
    peration 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.
    Facilities
    To avoid electromagnetic interference and/or compatibility conflicts, turn
    o
    ff your radio in any facility where posted notices instruct you to do so.
    H
    ospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that is
    sensitive to external RF energy.
    Aircraft
    W
    hen instructed to do so, turn off your radio when onboard on aircraft.
    Any use of a radio must be in accordance with applicable regulations
    per airline crew instructions.
    Medical Devices – Pacemakers
    The Advanced Medical Technology Association recommends that a
    minimum separation of 6 inches (15 cm) be maintained between a
    handheld wireless radio and a pacemaker. These recommendations are
    consistent with the independent research by and recommendations of
    the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
    People with pacemakers should:
    ALWAYS keep the radio more than 6 inches (15 cm) from their
    pacemaker when the radio is turned ON.
    Not carry the radio in the breast pocket.
    Use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for
    interference.
    Turn the radio OFF immediately if there is any reason to suspect that
    interference is taking place.
    Medical Devices – Hearing Aids
    Some digital wireless radios may interfere with some hearing aids. In the
    event of such interference, you may want to consult your hearing aid
    manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
    Medical Devices - Other
    If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer
    of your device to determine if it is adequately shielded from RF energy.
    Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.
    Safety and General Use While Driving
    Check the laws and regulations regarding the use of radios in the area
    where you drive, and always obey them. If you do use your radio while
    driving, please:
    Give full attention to driving and to the road.
    Use hands-free operation, if available.
    Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if driving
    conditions so require.
    The use of a two-way radio while engaged in activities requiring
    concentration may cause distraction or otherwise impair your ability to
    safely participate in such activities. Always use technology safely.
    Do not place a portable radio in the area over an air bag or in the air bag
    deployment area. Air bags inflate with great force. If a portable 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.
    Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
    Turn off your radio prior to entering any area with a potentially explosive
    atmosphere. Only radio types that are especially qualified should be
    used in such areas as “Intrinsically Safe.” Do not remove, install or
    charge batteries in such areas. Sparks in a potentially explosive
    a
    tmosphere can cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or
    e
    ven death.
    N
    ote: The areas with potentially explosive atmospheres referred to
    a
    bove include fueling areas such as below decks on boats, fuel or
    c
    hemical transfer or storage facilities, areas where the air contains
    chemicals or particles (such as grain, dust or metal powders) and any
    o
    ther area where you would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle
    e
    ngine. Areas with potentially explosive atmospheres are often—but not
    a
    lways—posted.
    B
    lasting Caps and Areas
    T
    o avoid possible interference with blasting operations, turn off your
    radio when you are near electrical blasting caps, in a blasting area, or in
    areas posted “Turn off two-way radios.” Obey all signs and instructions.
    Operational Cautions
    A
    ntennas
    Do not use any portable radio that has a damaged antenna. If a
    d
    amaged antenna comes into contact with your skin, a minor burn can
    r
    esult.
    Batteries
    All batteries can cause property damage and/or bodily injury such as
    b
    urns if a conductive material—like jewelry, keys or beaded chains—
    touch exposed terminals. The conductive material may complete an
    electrical circuit (short circuit) and become quite hot. Exercise care in
    h
    andling any charged battery, particularly when placing it inside a
    p
    ocket, purse or other container with metal objects.
    E
    xercise care when removing NiMH or AA batteries. Do not use sharp
    o
    r conductive tools to remove either of these batteries.
    Battery Charger Safety Instructions:
    S
    ave these Instructions
    1. Do not expose the charger to rain or snow.
    2. Do not operate or disassemble the charger if it has received a sharp
    blow, or has been dropped or damaged in any way.
    3
    . Never alter the AC cord or plug provided with the unit. If the plug will
    not fit the outlet, have the proper outlet installed by a qualified
    electrician. An improper condition can result in a risk of electric
    s
    hock.
    4. To reduce the risk of damage to the cord or plug, pull the plug rather
    than the cord when disconnecting the charger from the AC receptacle.
    5. To reduce the risk of electric shock, unplug the charger from the
    o
    utlet before attempting any maintenance or cleaning.
    6. Use of an attachment not recommended or sold by Motorola may
    r
    esult in a risk of fire, electric shock or personal injury.
    7. Make sure the cord is located so it will not be stepped on, tripped
    over or subjected to damage or stress.
    8
    . An extension cord should not be used unless absolutely necessary.
    Use of an improper extension cord could result in a risk of a fire
    and/or electric shock. If an extension cord must be used, make sure
    that:
    The pins on the plug of the extension cord are the same number,
    size and shape as those on the plug of the charger.
    The extension cord is properly wired and in good electrical condition.
    The extension cord size is 18 AWG for lengths up to 100 feet, and
    16 AWG for lengths up to 150 feet.
    9. The supply cord of the AC adaptor cannot be replaced. If the cord is
    damaged, call customer service at 1-800-638-5119 or e-mail us at
    support@giantintl.com.
    Your Motorola radio operates on General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS)
    frequencies and is subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Federal
    Communications Commission (FCC). The FCC requires that all operators
    using GMRS frequencies obtain a radio license before operating their
    equipment. To obtain the FCC forms, please visit the FCC’s Web site at
    wireless.fcc.gov/uls/index.htm?job=home to source form 605 and 159,
    which includes all the instructions you will need.
    If you wish to have the document faxed or mailed, or if you have
    questions, please use the following contact information:
    Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Motorola may void
    the user’s authority granted by the FCC to operate this radio and should
    not be made. To comply with FCC requirements, transmitter adjustments
    should be made only by or under the supervision of a person certified as
    technically qualified to perform transmitter maintenance and repairs in
    the private land mobile and fixed services as certified by an organization
    representative of the user of those services. Replacement of any
    transmitter component (crystal, semiconductor, etc.) not authorized by
    the FCC equipment authorization for this radio could violate FCC rules.
    You can find the label with the FCC ID in the battery compartment.
    Note:
    Use of this radio outside the country where it was intended to be
    distributed is subject to government regulations and may be prohibited.
    Continued on back
    MD207 Series
    R
    emoving the NiMH Battery Pack
    1
    . Turn the radio off.
    2
    . With the back of the radio facing you, lift the battery latch up to
    r
    elease the battery cover and remove the cover.
    3
    . Remove the NiMH battery pack by gently pulling the ribbon attached
    t
    o the radio.
    4
    . Reposition the battery cover and press down to secure.
    R
    emoving the Three AA Alkaline Batteries (Optional Accessory)
    1
    . Turn the radio off.
    2
    . With the back of the radio facing you, lift the battery latch up to
    r
    elease the battery cover and remove the cover.
    3
    . Remove each alkaline battery by gently pulling the ribbon attached to
    t
    he radio and easing each battery out individually.
    4
    . Reposition the battery cover and press down to secure.
    Notes:
    Exercise care when removing NiMH or AA batteries. Do not use sharp
    or conductive tools to remove either of these batteries.
    Remove the batteries before storing your radio for extended periods of
    t
    ime. Batteries corrode over time and may cause permanent damage
    t
    o your radio.
    U
    sing the Plug-in Charging Adaptor
    T
    he battery plug-in charger (adaptor) provides charging convenience for
    N
    iMH batteries in one or both radios. Charge the NiMH battery overnight
    (at least 16 hours) before using it for the first time. After the initial
    charge, an empty battery is fully charged within 14 hours.
    1
    . Follow the steps above to install a NiMH battery pack.
    2. Connect the AC power adaptor plug into the recharging jack at the
    bottom of the radio. (The adaptor charges two radios.)
    3
    . Plug the AC power supply into a standard wall outlet.
    Notes:
    The battery icon will scroll while the battery pack is being charged.
    When moving between hot and cold temperatures, do not charge
    the battery until the battery temperature acclimates (usually about
    2
    0 minutes).
    For optimal battery life, unplug the charging adaptor within 16 hours.
    D
    o not store the radio while connected to the charger.
    Low Battery Alert
    I
    n addition to your battery meter showing how much battery power you
    h
    ave, your radio will beep to alert you to the fact that your batteries are low.
    A
    ttaching and Removing the Belt Clip
    1. Attach belt clip to pocket or belt strap.
    2. Align the belt clip post with the hole in the back of the radio.
    3. Gently push until the clip clicks in place.
    To Remove
    1. Push down on the release tab at the top of the belt clip to
    release the catch.
    2. Pull the belt clip away from the back of the radio.
    Turning Your Radio On and Off
    1. To turn on, press and hold until a channel number appears
    and the radio beeps.
    2. To turn off, press and hold until the display goes blank.
    Setting the Volume
    Press to increase or to decrease the volume. The volume level
    flashes and
    VOL displays.
    PTT
    Volume Scroll
    (High) / Weather
    V
    olume Scroll
    (
    Low)
    P
    TT
    Volume Scroll
    (High) / Weather
    V
    olume Scroll
    (Low)
    PTT
    V
    olume Scroll
    (High) / Weather
    Volume Scroll
    (Low)
    PTT
    V
    olume Scroll
    (
    High) / Weather
    Volume Scroll
    (Low)
    For a fax:
    Contact the
    Fax-0n-Demand
    system
    For mail service:
    Call the FCC
    Forms Hotline
    If you have
    questions about
    the FCC License:
    Call the FCC
    1-202-418-0177 1-800-418-FORM
    (3676)
    1-888-CALL-FCC
    (225-5322)
    P
    TT
    Volume Scroll
    (High) / Weather
    Volume Scroll
    (Low)
    Numbers for Codes
    Weather Alert
    Numbers for Channel,
    Call Tone
    M
    enu Options
    S
    electing the Channel
    Y
    our radio has 22 channels. The channel is the frequency your radio
    uses to transmit. (See Channels and Frequencies table below.)
    1
    . Briefly press and release . The channel number flashes.
    2
    . Press or to select a channel.
    3
    . Press to confirm or to continue set up.
    PTT
    Volume Scroll
    (High) / Weather
    V
    olume Scroll
    (
    Low)
    PTT
    Volume Scroll
    (High) / Weather
    Volume Scroll
    (Low)
    PTT
    Volume Scroll
    (High) / Weather
    Volume Scroll
    (Low)
    PTT
    Volume Scroll
    (High) / Weather
    Volume Scroll
    (Low)
    PTT
    Volume Scroll
    (High) / Weather
    Volume Scroll
    (Low)
    S
    electing the Interference Eliminator Code
    I
    nterference Eliminator Codes help minimize interference by blocking
    t
    ransmissions from unknown sources. Your radio has 121 Interference
    Eliminator Codes. Codes 1 – 38 are the standard analog codes that
    appear on other FRS/GMRS radios. Codes 39 – 121 are additional digital
    c
    odes added for superior interference protection. 0 is the off position, no
    analog or digital codes are enabled.
    To set the code for a channel:
    1. Press until the code starts to flash.
    2. Press or to select the code.
    3. Press to save the code setting or to continue set up.
    You can set a different code for each channel using this procedure. An
    extended press of or allows you to scroll through the Interference
    Codes rapidly so you can quickly reach the code you want.
    Note: You must set the Interference Eliminator Code to 0 on a radio that
    uses Interference Eliminator Codes to communicate with radios that do
    not have Interference Eliminator Codes. Select 0 for “no tone, no code”
    and OFF will flash on your radio’s display.
    P
    TT
    Volume Scroll
    (High) / Weather
    Volume Scroll
    (Low)
    PTT
    Volume Scroll
    (High) / Weather
    V
    olume Scroll
    (Low)
    PTT
    Volume Scroll
    (High) / Weather
    Volume Scroll
    (Low)
    PTT
    V
    olume Scroll
    (High) / Weather
    Volume Scroll
    (Low)
    PTT
    Volume Scroll
    (High) / Weather
    Volume Scroll
    (Low)
    PTT
    Volume Scroll
    (High) / Weather
    Volume Scroll
    (Low)
    C
    hannel
    Frequency
    (
    MHz)
    D
    escription
    C
    hannel
    Frequency
    (
    MHz)
    D
    escription
    1 4
    62.5625
    G
    MRS/FRS
    1
    2
    4
    67.6625
    F
    RS
    2 462.5875 GMRS/FRS 13 467.6875 FRS
    3 462.6125 GMRS/FRS 14 467.7125 FRS
    4 4
    62.6375
    G
    MRS/FRS
    1
    5
    4
    62.5500
    G
    MRS
    5 462.6625 GMRS/FRS 16 462.5750 GMRS
    6 462.6875 GMRS/FRS 17 462.6000 GMRS
    7 4
    62.7125
    G
    MRS/FRS
    1
    8
    4
    62.6250
    G
    MRS
    8 4
    67.5625
    F
    RS
    1
    9
    4
    62.6500
    G
    MRS
    9 4
    67.5875
    F
    RS
    2
    0
    4
    62.6750
    G
    MRS
    1
    0
    4
    67.6125
    F
    RS
    2
    1
    4
    62.7000
    G
    MRS
    1
    1
    4
    67.6375
    F
    RS
    2
    2
    4
    62.7250
    G
    MRS
    C
    hannels and Frequencies
    INTERFERENCE ELIMINATOR TONE / CODE VALUES
    CODE (Hz) CODE (OCTAL) CODE (OCTAL)
    1 67.0 39 023 81 315
    2 7
    1.9
    4
    0
    0
    25
    8
    2
    3
    31
    3 74.4 41 026 83 343
    4 77.0 42 031 84 346
    5 79.7 43 032 85 351
    6 82.5 44 043 86 364
    7 85.4 45 047 87 365
    8 88.5 46 051 88 371
    9 91.5 47 054 89 411
    10 94.8 48 065 90 412
    11 97.4 49 071 91 413
    12 100.0 50 072 92 423
    13 103.5 51 073 93 431
    14 107.2 52 074 94 432
    15 110.9 53 114 95 445
    16 114.8 54 115 96 464
    17 118.8 55 116 97 465
    18 123.0 56 125 98 466
    19 127.3 57 131 99 503
    20 131.8 58 132 100 506
    21 136.5 59 134 101 516
    22 141.3 60 143 102 532
    23 146.2 61 152 103 546
    24 151.4 62 155 104 565
    25 156.7 63 156 105 606
    26 162.2 64 162 106 612
    27 167.9 65 165 107 624
    28 173.8 66 172 108 627
    29 179.9 67 174 109 631
    30 186.2 68 205 110 632
    31 192.8 69 223 111 654
    32 203.5 70 226 112 662
    33 210.7 71 243 113 664
    34 218.1 72 244 114 703
    35 225.7 73 245 115 712
    36 233.6 74 251 116 723
    37 241.8 75 261 117 731
    38 250.3 76 263 118 732
    77 265 119 734
    78 271 120 743
    79 306 121 754
    80 311
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