Motorola TLKR-T50

Motorola TLKR-T50 Bedienungsanleitung

  • TLKR T50
    Owners Manual
    TLKR T50 Owner’s Manual
    Product Safety and RF Exposure for Portable
    Two-Way Radios
    Before using this product, read the RF energy awareness
    information and operating instructions in the Product Safety and
    RF Exposure booklet to ensure compliance with RF energy
    exposure limits.
    Package Contents
    TLKR T50 Radio* (2 units)
    Belt Clip (2 units)
    AC Adapter (1 unit)
    Rechargeable NiMH battery pack (2 units)
    TLKR T50 Owner's Manual
    Before using this product, read the operating
    instructions for safe usage contained in the Product
    Safety and RF Exposure booklet enclosed with
    your radio.
    Radio Controls
    Channel Button
    Call Button
    Monitor Button
    PTT Button
    DC in 9V Jack
    Preparing Your Radio
    Installing the Battery
    1. Make sure your radio is OFF.
    2. To remove the battery compartment door, by pressing the tab at
    the bottom of the compartment door. Remove the door.
    3. Insert NiMH battery pack or 4 AAA batteries into the battery
    4. Replace the battery compartment door.
    1. Dual Watch Indicator
    2. Transmit/Receive Indicator
    3. Channel Indicator
    4. Volume Level Indicator
    5. VOX/Room Monitor
    6. Scan Indicator
    7. Battery Level Meter
    8. Sub-code Indicator
    9. Up timer Indicator
    10.APO (Auto Power Off)
    11.Keypad Lock Indicator
    12.Call Time Indicator
    Battery Level and Low Battery Alert
    Charging the Radio
    1. Make sure your radio is OFF.
    2. Plug the AC adapter into the DC in 9V Jack.
    3. Charge battery for 16 hours.
    Basic Radio Operations
    Read this reference guide completely before attempting to operate
    the unit.
    Turning Your Radio On/Off
    Press and hold the MENU/ button to turn your radio ON/OFF.
    Adjusting the Volume
    Adjust the volume by pressing the and buttons.
    Adjusting the Sound (Key Beeps)
    Your radio emits a beep each time one of the buttons is pressed
    (except the PTT and button).
    Press and hold the button while turning the radio ON to switch the
    sound ON/OFF.
    Indicates that the battery is fully charged.
    Blinks when battery is low; charge the radio or replace batteries
    Selecting a Channel and a Sub-code
    In order to speak to someone, both your radios must be set to the
    same channel and sub-code.
    To select a channel:
    1. SEL/ button to enter Select Menu. Advance until the Channel
    Indicator blinks.
    2. or to the required channel.
    To select a sub-code:
    1. SEL/ button to enter Select Menu. Advance until the
    Sub-code Indicator blinks.
    2. or to the required sub-code.
    3. Exit the Select Menu.
    Talking on Your Radio
    1. Hold your radio 5–8 cm from your mouth.
    2. Press and hold the PTT button while speaking. The
    appears on the display.
    3. Release the PTT button. You can now receive incoming calls.
    When you do, the appears on the display. To respond, repeat
    procedure from step 1.
    Note: When you continue to transmit for 60 seconds, the
    radio emits TX Time Out tone and the icon flashes.
    The radio will stop transmitting.
    Navigating through the Menu
    Your radio has two menu functions : Mode Menu and Select Menu.
    1. To enter the Mode Menu, press the MENU/ button.
    2. To enter the Select Menu, press the SEL/ button.
    3. Additional presses of the MENU/ button or the SEL/ button
    will advance you through the Menu.
    4. To exit the Menu function, do one of the following:
    a. Press and hold the MENU/ button.
    b. Press and hold the PTT, MON or the button.
    c. Wait 10 seconds until the unit automatically returns to
    “Normal” mode.
    Features on Your Radio
    Voice Operated Transmission (VOX)
    Transmission is initiated by speaking into the microphone of the
    radio or the headset (headset is not included) instead of pushing
    the PTT button.
    To select the VOX level:
    1. SEL/ button to enter Select Menu. Advance until
    2. or to the desired VOX sensitivity level.
    3. Exit the Select Menu.
    Note: Level oF (OFF) disables VOX. Levels 1-5 set the
    sensitivity of the VOX circuit. Use level 1 in quiet
    environments, and use level 5 in very noisy
    environments. You can find the appropriate sensitivity
    level by speaking into the microphone. If the
    flashes, your voice is accepted.
    Call Tone
    Your radio is equipped with 5 selectable call tones.
    To select a call tone:
    1. SEL/ button to enter Select Menu. Advance until
    2. or to the desired call tone.
    3. Exit the Select Menu.
    To transmit a call tone, press the button.
    Press the PTT button to cancel the call tone.
    Auto Power Off
    Auto Power Off feature allows you to set the time that the radio
    turns off automatically.
    1. SEL/ button to enter Select Menu. Advance until
    and the
    current Auto Power Off time blinks.
    2. or to select the time from oF (Off), 60, 120 or 180 minutes.
    3. Exit the Select Menu.
    Channel Scan Mode
    Enables your radio to scan for active channels. When activity is
    detected, your radio lands (stays) on that channel (for 2 seconds).
    To transmit on that channel, press the PTT button. When activity
    on the landed channel ends, your radio continues scanning other
    To turn the channel scan ON:
    1. MENU/ to enter Mode Menu. Advance until
    2. SEL/ to turn ON channel scan.
    3. MENU/ , or PTT to turn OFF Scan mode.
    Dual Watch Mode
    Enables your to scan the current channel and another channel
    To set another channel and start Dual Watch:
    1. MENU/ to enter Mode Menu. Advance until blinks.
    2. or to select the channel, then press SEL/ .
    3. or to select the Sub-code, then press SEL/ .
    4. The radio starts to Dual Watch.
    Note: If you set the same channel and Sub-code as the
    current channel, Dual Watch doesn’t work.
    5. MENU/ to turn the Dual Watch mode OFF.
    Room Monitor
    Enables your radio to detect voice/noises (according to the
    sensitivity level set) and transmit back to the listening radio without
    pushing the PTT button. The monitoring radio is not able to
    receive any transmissions in this mode.
    To turn Room Monitor ON:
    1. MENU/ to enter Mode Menu. Advance until blinks.
    2. or to the desired room monitor sensitivity level.
    Note: Use level 1 in quiet environments. Use level 5 in very
    noisy environments.
    3. SEL/ to turn ON room monitor.
    MENU/ to turn OFF Room Monitor.
    Note: When the voice/noise in the monitored room continues
    for more than 60 seconds, the monitoring radio stop
    monitoring for 5 seconds, and resumes.
    Up Timer
    Enables your radio to time up to 39 minutes 59 seconds. You can
    receive incoming calls in this mode.
    To use up timer:
    1. MENU/ to enter Mode Menu. Advance until blinks.
    2. SEL/ to select the Up Timer.
    3. to start the Up Timer
    4. MENU/ , , MON or PTT to stop or reset up timer.
    Key Lock
    Press and hold SEL/ until / ”LOCK” appears to lock the keypad.
    Press and hold SEL/ until / ”UNLK” disappears to unlock the
    LCD Backlight
    The LCD display will automatically illuminate for 10 seconds after
    any button is pressed (except for PTT).
    Monitor Mode
    Enables you to listen for weak signals on the current channel.
    To turn the Monitor Mode ON:
    1. Press the MON button for brief listening. The icon blinks.
    2. Press and hold the MON button for 2 seconds for continuous
    listening. The icon continues to blink.
    To turn the Monitor Mode OFF:
    Press the MON button to return to “Normal” mode. The icon
    stops blinking.
    Roger Beep
    Sounds to indicate the end of a PTT or VOX transmission. It can
    be heard through the speaker when Key Beep is on. It cannot be
    heard through the speaker if Key Beep is turned off.
    Press and hold the button while turning the radio ON to turn the
    Roger Beep ON. Repeat the step to turn Roger Beep OFF.
    Automatic Power Save
    For better battery life, your radio is designed to switch to Power
    Save mode when there has been no transmissions after 3
    seconds. The radio can receive transmissions in this mode.
    Channels 8 PMR
    Sub-code 121 (38 CTCSS and 83 DCS codes)
    Frequency 446.00625 - 446.09375 MHz
    Power Source NiMH Battery Pack
    4 AAA Alkaline Batteries
    Range Up to 8km*
    Battery Life 16 Hours (under typical use conditions)
    *Range may vary depending on environmental and/or
    topographical conditions.
    Frequency Chart
    Channel Freq. (MHz) Channel Freq. (MHz)
    1 446.00625 5 446.05625
    2 446.01875 6 446.06875
    3 446.03125 7 446.08125
    4 446.04375 8 446.09375
    Warranty Information
    The authorized Motorola dealer or retailer where you purchased your Motorola
    two-way radio and/or original accessories will honour a warranty claim and/or
    provide warranty service.
    Please return your radio to your dealer or retailer to claim your warranty service.
    Do not return your radio to Motorola.
    In order to be eligible to receive warranty service, you must present your receipt of
    purchase or a comparable substitute proof of purchase bearing the date of
    purchase. The two-way radio should also clearly display the serial number. The
    warranty will not apply if the type or serial numbers on the product have been
    altered, deleted, removed, or made illegible.
    What Is Not Covered By The Warranty
    Defects or damage resulting from use of the Product in other than its normal and
    customary manner or by not following the instructions in this user manual.
    Defects or damage from misuse, accident or neglect.
    Defects of damage from improper testing, operation, maintenance, adjustment, or
    any alteration or modification of any kind.
    Breakage or damage to aerials unless caused directly by defects in material or
    Products disassembled or repaired in such a manner as to adversely affect
    performance or prevent adequate inspection and testing to verify any warranty
    Defects or damage due to range.
    Defects or damage due to moisture, liquid or spills.
    All plastic surfaces and all other externally exposed parts that are scratched or
    damaged due to normal use.
    Products rented on a temporary basis.
    Periodic maintenance and repair or replacement of parts due to normal usage,
    wear and tear.
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    the exclusive right to copy or reproduce in any form the copyrighted computer
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    modified, reverse-engineered, or distributed in any manner without the express
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    shall not be deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppel, or
    otherwise, any license under the copyrights, patents or patent applications of
    Motorola, except for the normal non-exclusive license to use that arises by
    operation of law in the sale of a product.
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    Trademark Holdings, LLC and are used under license. All other
    trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
    © 2012 Motorola Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved.
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christl Reiss, 8-8-2015 15:07:32 Keine Kommentare

Bedienungsanleitung TLKR T 50 auf Deutsch

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dieter von chamier, 9-3-2015 09:55:36 Keine Kommentare


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Schumacher Carmen , 26-7-2018 17:39:05 Keine Kommentare

Die Akkus sind leer. Wie lade ich diese oder kann man normale Batterien verwenden?

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Jörg Buchbender, 4-7-2019 15:43:20 Keine Kommentare

Hallo Mit den 2 Funkgerät kann ich nur empfangen nicht senden Beide auf den gleichen Kanal und sub code

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Mimi , 12-12-2017 06:42:19 Keine Kommentare

Wir können VOX nicht ausschalten

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Vogel Olga , 19-6-2017 12:25:13 Keine Kommentare

Hallo, wie schalte ich die vox Funktion ein? Wir möchten den walki talki als Babyphone nutzen und somit soll ein walki talki konstat aufnehmen.

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Thomas Rückert, 4-3-2017 06:19:19 Keine Kommentare

Hallo, könnten sie ihr Problem lösen? Ich habe nämlich das gleiche... Gruß Thomas

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Astrid Meier- Wedrich, 17-1-2017 16:20:12 Keine Kommentare

Muss man zum Sprechen eine Taste drücken oder kann man wie bei einem Babyphone auf Entfernung mithören ! Wir möchten unseren Hund damit kontrollieren und bezweifeln, dass er vor dem Bellen die Sprechtaste drückt !

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Christine, 13-8-2016 20:37:54 Keine Kommentare

Die Vox Funktion lässt sich bei einem Gerät nicht ausschalten! Alles nach Anleitung probiert. Was ist zu tun?

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Marlène , 21-2-2016 20:38:45 Keine Kommentare

Wir können den vox nicht ausschalten. Haben alles gemäss Anleitung gemacht, doch es funktioniert nicht. Was können wir tun?

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Model TLKR-T50
Produkte Walkie Talkie
Sprache Duits, Engels, Nederlands, Frans, Spaans, Italiaans, Zweeds, Portugees, Deens, Pools, Noors, Fins, Turks
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