Uniden GMR3799-2CK

Uniden GMR3799-2CK Bedienungsanleitung

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  • GMR3740-2CK/2CKHS
    GMR3741-2CK/2CKHS
    GMR3799-2CK/2CKHS
    Note: Camo
    pattern not
    shown.
    CHARGE
    *Range may vary depending on environmental and/or topographical conditions.
    • 15GMRS/7FRSChannels
    • 7WeatherChannels
    • 121SubCodes
    (CTCSSToneandDCSCode)
    • Upto37MileRange*
    • InternalVOXCircuitry
    • 10SelectableCallToneAlerts
    • RogerBeep
    • KeypadLock
    • BacklitLCDDisplay
    • HeadsetJack
    • 2
    Headset Boom Mics
    (GMR3740-2CKHS,
    GMR3741-2CKHSand
    GMR3799-2CKHS)
    1 Antenna
    2 PTT (Push-To-Talk) Button
    3 Call/Lock Button
    4 Menu/Power Key
    5 Channel Up/Down Key
    6 Weather/Monitor Key
    7 Speaker
    8 Headset Jack/DC 9V
    9 Volume Up/Down Key
    10 Microphone
    11 Battery Level Meter
    12 Receive Indicator
    13 Call Indicator
    14 Scan Indicator
    15 Channel Indicator
    16 Hi Power Indicator
    17 Low Power Indicator
    18 Transmit Indicator
    19 Volume Setting Indicator
    20 Keypad Lock Indicator
    21 VOX Indicator
    22 Weather Indicator
    23 Sub Code Indicator
    24 Charging Contacts
    Congratulations on your purchase of a Uniden
    GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service) radio.
    These lightweight, palm-sized radios are state-of-
    the-art devices. Both have many top features. The
    GMR3740-2CKHS and GMR3799-2CKHS include
    t
    wo headset VOX boom mics
    . Use them at outdoor
    and sporting events, to contact family and friends,
    hiking, skiing, outdoors, or in a neighborhood watch
    for vital communication.
    PACKAGE CONTENTS
    Your package contains two radios, two rechargeable
    NiMH battery packs, one AC adapter, one charging
    cradle
    , two headset boom mics (-2CKHS models
    only), two belt clips, 2 carabiner clips and this
    reference guide. A NiMH battery pack or 3 AAA
    alkaline batteries (not included) powers each unit. To
    order the following optional accessories, visit our web
    site at www.uniden.com or call 1-800-554-3988 during
    regular business hours. Use only Uniden
    accessories.
    NiMH Battery Pack - #BT-1028 or BP-1028
    Charging Cradle - #RC-1287
    Headset Boom Mic
    - #ZA-133 or ZA-160
    AC Adapter - #AD-0001
    DC Adapter - #DC-1002
    Carabiner Clip - #
    TSTD0720002
    GMRS LICENSE
    The radio operates on the General Mobile Radio
    Service (GMRS) frequencies when using
    Channels 1-7 and channels 15-22. You must
    have a GMRS license issued by the Federal
    Communications Commission to legally use
    these channels. For licensing information and
    application forms, visit the FCC online at: www.
    fcc.gov/wtb/uls or call the FCC hotline at
    1-800-418-3676. If you have any questions, you
    can contact the FCC direct at 1-888-225-5322.
    No license is required for operation on channels
    8-14 or operation on any channel in Canada.
    INSTALL THE BATTERY
    Each radio uses a supplied NiMH battery pack or
    3 AAA alkaline batteries (not included).
    To install the NiMH battery pack:
    1) Make sure your radio is OFF.
    2) Press the tab at the bottom of the battery
    compartment door to remove the cover.
    3) Install the NiMH battery pack into the battery
    compartment. Be certain to follow the
    instructions written on the label on the battery
    pack. Installing the battery pack incorrectly will
    prevent the unit from operating.
    USING THE RADIO
    • DualChargingCradle
    withACAdapter
    • RechargeableNiMH
    BatteryPacks
    • BatteryLevelMeter
    • ChannelMonitor
    • ChannelScan
    • DC9VJack
    • NOAAEmergency/
    WeatherChannels
    • CamoPattern
    (GMR3799-2CKand
    -2CKHSonly)
    • BeltClips
    • 2CarabinerClips
    BATTERY LEVEL AND LOW
    BATTERY ALERT
    This unit has a battery level meter on the display to
    indicate the status of the batteries. When the
    battery in the unit is low, the battery level meter
    icon flashes. Recharge the NiMH battery
    pack immediately or if you are using alkaline
    batteries, you must replace the alkaline batteries in
    order to continue using the radio.
    Warning! To avoid the risk of personal injury or
    property damage from fire or electrical shock, only
    use the Uniden accessories specifically designated
    for this product.
    GMR3740-2CK/2CKHS RADIO
    GMR3741-2CK/2CKHS RADIO
    GMR3799-2CK/2CKHS RADIO
    CHARGING THE RADIO
    If you use the rechargeable NiMH battery pack, two
    radios can be charged directly or by using the
    supplied charging cradle.
    USING THE RADIO
    1) Connect optional DC adapter (#DC-1002) to the
    radio DC 9V jack and to a cigarette lighter port.
    2) Charge the battery pack for 16 hours until the
    battery indicator stops flashing.
    USING THE CHARGING CRADLE
    1) Connect the AC adapter (#AD-0001) to DC 9V
    jack and to a standard 120V AC wall outlet.
    2) Set the charging cradle on the desk or tabletop,
    and place the radio in the charging cradle with
    the keypad facing forward.
    3) Make sure that the LED illuminates. Charge the
    battery pack for 16 hours and remove the radio
    from the charging cradle after charging.
    Note:
    • Forchargingbatteriesdirectlywithoutthecradle,
    useonlythe#DC-1002CigaretteLighterAdapter
    cord,availablefromwww.Uniden.com.Other
    powercordscoulddamageyourradio.
    • DC9Vjackoftheradioisforchargingonly.
    Besuretoinstallthebatterybeforecharging.
    • UseonlythesuppliedbatteryandACadapteror
    approvedaccessoriesfromUniden.
    • Chargetimemayvarydependingonthebattery
    liferemaining.
    • Donotrechargealkalinebatteries.Doingsocan
    createasafetyhazardordamagetheradio.
    • Forfastestcharging,turnofftheradiobefore
    charging.
    • Thebatterymustbeinstalledfortheunitto
    operate,eveniftheunitisalsoconnectedto
    externalpower.
    In order to get the most out of your new radio, read
    this reference guide completely before attempting to
    operate the unit.
    TURNING THE RADIO ON AND
    ADJUSTING THE VOLUME
    1) Press and hold MENU/
    to turn the radio ON.
    Increase the speaker volume by pressing VOL
    . To decrease, press VOL .
    2) Press and hold MENU/
    again to turn the radio
    OFF.
    ADJUSTING THE SOUND (KEY BEEPS)
    Your radio emits a beep each time one of the keys
    (except for the PTT and CALL/LOCK) is pressed.
    To turn this sound OFF, press and hold CALL/
    LOCK while turning ON the radio. Repeat this step
    to turn the sound ON.
    CHOOSING A CHANNEL
    Your radio has 22 channels and 121 Sub codes you
    can use to talk to others. In order to speak to
    someone, each of you must be set to the same
    channel and Sub code.
    To choose a channel:
    With the radio in "Normal" operating mode, press the
    CH / CH key to increase or decrease the
    channel number displayed.
    Note: Channels1-7haveatypicalrangeofupto37
    miles.Channels8-14haveatypicalrangeofupto
    5miles.Channels15-22haveatypicalrangeofup
    to37miles.YoucanseewhichGMRSorFRS
    channelisactivebytheicon.Thehiiconis
    displayedwhilescanningGMRSchannels,andthe
    loiconisdisplayedwhilescanningFRSchannels.
    TALKING ON YOUR RADIO
    To talk to others using the radio:
    1) Press and hold the PTT button and speak in a
    clear, normal voice about 2-3 inches away from
    the microphone. While you are transmitting, the
    icon appears on the display. To avoid cutting
    off the first part of your transmission, pause
    slightly after pressing the PTT button before you
    start talking.
    2) When you have finished speaking, release the
    PTT button. You can now receive incoming
    calls. While receiving,
    displays.
    MONITOR MODE FEATURE
    Your radio allows you to listen for weak signals on
    the current channel at the press of a key.
    To turn ON Monitor mode:
    Press and hold WX/MON for 2 seconds until two
    beeps sound. The receiver circuit stays open,
    and both noise and weak signals can be heard.
    To turn OFF Monitor mode:
    Press and hold WX/MON for 2 seconds to return
    to "Normal" mode; the
    icon stops blinking
    and disappears.
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS (MENUS)
    Use MENU/
    to access your radio's advanced
    functions.
    Normal
    Normal
    VOX Level
    Call Tone
    1-10
    OFF, 1-5
    Sub Code
    Scan
    OFF, 1-121
    ON/OFF
    1) Press MENU/ to enter the menus.
    2) Additional presses of MENU/
    advance you
    through the menus until exiting to "Normal"
    operating mode.
    3) Other methods of exiting the Menu function are:
    a. Press and hold MENU/
    again.
    b. Press any key except CH / CH or VOL
    / VOL and wait 10 seconds until the unit
    returns to “Normal” mode.
    Sub Code
    Each of the channels 1-22 may have any one of
    the codes, OFF, or 1-121 selected. Code oF (OFF)
    indicates no Sub code selected and your radio can
    receive a signal regardless of the code settings of
    the transmitting radio.
    1) Press MENU/
    to enter Menu mode. The
    subcode indicator flashes.
    2) Press CH / CH key to increase or
    decrease the code number displayed. You can
    also select oF (OFF) at this stage.
    3) Press MENU/
    to exit Menu mode.
    4) Press any key other than CH / CH or VOL
    KEY LOCK
    To lock the keypad:
    1) Press and hold CALL/LOCK;
    displays.
    These functions are not affected by Key Lock:
    • Volumeadjust
    • Calltonetransmission
    • Entermonitormode
    • PTTtransmission
    • Poweroff
    To unlock the keypad:
    Press and hold CALL/LOCK again;
    disappears.
    AUTOMATIC POWER SAVE
    Your radio has a circuit designed to dramatically
    extend the life of the batteries. If there is
    no
    transmission or an incoming call within 3 seconds,
    your radio switches to Power Save mode. The radio
    is still able to receive transmissions in this mode.
    LCD BACKLIGHT
    The LCD Backlight automatically turns ON when any
    key (except the PTT button) is pressed. The LCD
    display illuminates for 10 seconds before turning
    OFF.
    ROGER BEEP
    Roger Beep is a BEEP that is sent to notify the end of
    transmission (both PTT and VOX transmission).
    Roger Beep can be heard through the speaker when
    both Roger Beep and Key Beep are set to ON. When
    Roger Beep is set to ON and Key Beep is set to OFF,
    Roger Beep will not be heard from the speaker but it
    will be transmitted to your party. When Roger Beep is
    set to OFF, Roger Beep will neither be heard nor
    transmitted.
    To change Roger Beep setting:
    Press and hold VOL while turning the radio on and
    off. If Roger Beep is ON, it will be turned off; if it is
    OFF, it will be turned on.
    • Ifbatterypowerislow,youcannotoperatethe
    radioevenusingexternalpower.Allowthe
    batteriestochargebeforeusing.Ifyoutryto
    transmitwhilepowerislow,theradiowill
    automaticallyturnoff.
    / VOL and the radio returns to Idle
    mode in 10 seconds.
    Scan
    Your radio has a channel scan feature that
    allows you to easily scan all 22 channels.
    When an active channel is detected, the radio
    pauses on that channel until the channel is
    clear. Then, after a 2 second delay, the radio
    continues scanning. Pressing the PTT button
    while the scan is paused on a channel allows
    you to transmit on that channel.
    To turn ON channel scan:
    1) Press MENU/
    repeatedly until the scan...
    icon and oF blink.
    2. Press CH / CH to select Scan mode
    and press MENU/
    to start it.
    To turn OFF channel scan:
    1) Press MENU/
    with the scan setting oF.
    2) Press any key other than CH / CH or
    VOL / VOL to turn channel scan off in
    10 seconds.
    Voice Operated Transmission
    Your radio is equipped with a user selectable
    Voice Operated Transmitter (VOX) that can be
    used for automatic voice transmissions. The
    VOX feature is designed to be used with or
    without a headset with a microphone.
    Transmission is initiated by speaking into the
    microphone instead of pressing PTT.
    To select VOX level:
    1) Press MENU/
    repeatedly until the vox
    icon and the VOX sensitivity level
    (
    OFF
    ,
    1-5
    )
    blink
    .
    2) Press CH / CH to change the VOX
    sensitivity levels. Use level 1 for increased
    sensitivity to voice in normally quiet
    environments
    , and use a higher level to
    reduce undesired activation in very noisy
    environments.
    Call Tone
    Your radio is equipped with 10 selectable call
    tones that are transmitted when CALL/LOCK is
    pressed.
    To select a call tone:
    1) Press MENU/
    repeatedly until the
    CALL
    icon and
    CallTone
    start to blink on the
    display
    .
    2) Press CH / CH to move through the
    available call tones. Each tone will be heard
    through the speaker but will not be
    transmitted. Cycle through these tones and
    stay on the tone you want to select.
    3) Exit Call Tone to set the selected tone.
    USING A HEADSET
    You can use a headset (#ZA-133 ou ZA-160) for
    more private communications. To use a headset,
    lift the rubber cover from over the headset jack,
    then plug in the headset.
    Important: Yourradioisnotweatherresistant
    whenusingaheadsetjack.Whenyouremovethe
    headset,besuretofullypressthejackcoverinto
    placetorestoreitsweatherresistantcapability.
    USING THE WEATHER RADIO
    Your radio can receive weather broadcasts from the
    NOAA National Weather Service. While using the
    Weather Radio, you are not able to receive GMRS
    communications.
    1) To turn on the Weather Radio Broadcast mode,
    press WX/MON. The
    icon appears.
    2) Press CH / CH to increase or decrease the
    number to the desired Weather Channel.
    3) To exit the Weather Radio Broadcast mode, press
    WX/MON. The
    icon disappears.
    NOAA Weather Radio Frequency List
    Channel 1 162.550 MHz Channel 5 162.450 MHz
    Channel 2 162.400 MHz Channel 6 162.500 MHz
    Channel 3 162.475 MHz Channel 7 162.525 MHz
    Channel 4 162.425 MHz
    4) Replace the battery compartment door.
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