Uniden GMR5099-2CKHS Bedienungsanleitung

Uniden GMR5099-2CKHS
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BedienungsanleitungUniden GMR5099-2CKHS

GMR5089-2CKHS

GMR5099-2CKHS

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15GMRS/7FRSChannels
• 7WeatherChannels
142PrivacyCodes(CTCSSTone
andDCSCode)
Upto50MileRange*
InternalVOXCircuitry
TRUWaterproof™(JIS7)—
SubmersibleandFloats
DirectCallwithNameDisplay
143GroupCodes
SilentMode
10SelectableCall/RingToneAlerts
BacklitLCDDisplay
Glowinthedarkkeys
RogerBeep
CallAlert;Vibrate(GMR5099Only)
• 2HeadsetBoomMics
BOOSTforMaximumRange*
HeadsetJack
AutoChannelChangeCall
1 Antenna
2 PTT(Push-To-Talk)Button
3 BOOSTButton
4 Light/MonitorButton
5 ChannelUp/DownKey
6 Tone/GroupKey
7 D-callKey
8 StrobeLight
9 HeadsetJack
10 Menu/Powerkey
11 VolumeUp/Downkey
12 Enter/LockKey
13 Weather/AlertKey
14 Microphone
15 Speaker
16 BatteryLevelIndicator
17 SubCodeIndicator
18 AlertIndicator
19 GroupIndicator
20 ReceiveIndicator
21 VOXIndicator
22 CallIndicator
23 ChannelIndicator
24 MissedCallIndicator
25 ChargingContacts
26 ChargingIndicators
CongratulationsonyourpurchaseofaUniden
GMRS(GeneralMobileRadioService)waterproof
radio.Theselightweight,palm-sized,radiosare
state-of-the-artdevices.Bothhavemanytop
features.TheGMR5089-2CKHSandGMR5099-
2CKHSincludetwoVOXheadsetboommics.Use
thematsportingevents,tocontactfamilyand
friends,whilehiking,skiing,oroutdoors,orina
neighborhoodwatchforvitalcommunication—even
outsidebythepool!Don'tworry;theyfloat!
Your radio complies with JIS7 water-resistant
standards, which means the radio can be
submerged in 1.0 meters of water for 30 minutes
without damage.
Theradiowillonlymeetthisratingiffully
assembledandallrubbersealsandthejack
coverarewellmaintainedandcorrectlyfitted.This
meansthattheHeadsetplugisnotinserted,and
theHeadsetjackcoverandthebatterypackare
attachedandsecurelyfastened.
Afteryourradioissubmergedinwater,youmight
noticethatthesoundisdistorted.Thisisbecause
waterremainsinandaroundthespeakerand
microphone.Justshaketheradiotoclearexcess
water,andthesoundshouldreturntonormal.
Note: If your radio is exposed to salt water, clean
your radio thoroughly with fresh water and dry it
before turning it on.

PACKAGE CONTENTS

Yourpackagecontainstworadios,tworechargeable
NiMHbatterypacks,oneACadapter,onecharging
cradle,twoheadsetboommics,twobeltclips,two
carabinerclips,andthisreferenceguide.ANiMH
batterypackpowersthis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–#BP-38
•ChargingCradle–#RC-1289
•HeadsetBoomMic–#ZA-133orZA-160
•ACAdapter–#AD-0001
•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.To
installtheNiMHbatterypack:
1)Makesuretheradioisoff.
2)Turnthescrewholdingthebatterycompartment
counterclockwisewithascrewdriverandliftup
thebatterycover,
3)PuttheNiMHbatterypackinthebattery
compartment,applyingthebatterycontactsto
thelowerchargecontacts.Besuretofollowthe
instructionswrittenonthebatterypack’slabel.
Installingthebatterypackincorrectlywillprevent
theunitfromoperating.
4)Beforeplacingthebatterycoverbackonthe
radio,checktherubbersealaroundthebattery
compartmentandtheribbonofthebatterypack;
makesurethatthesealisingoodconditionand
thatthereisnoforeignmatterundertheseal.
5)Replacethebatterycompartmentdoor.Tighten
thescrewssecurely.
Note:If the rubber seal appears worn, nicked, or
dried out, replacement seals are available from
www.uniden.com or call 1-800-554-3988 during
business hours.

CHARGING THE RADIO

Yourradiosincludeachargingcradleandtwo
rechargeablebatterypacks.Followthese
instructionstorechargeyourradios.
Make sure to turn the radio OFF before placing
the radio in the charging cradle.
1)Connecttheadapter'splugtoDCIN9Vjackof
thechargingcradleandplugtheotherendinto
anAC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:
• UseonlythesuppliedbatteryandACadapteror
approvedaccessoriesfromUniden.
• Chargetimemayvarydependingonthebattery
liferemaining.
GMR5089-2CKHS/GMR5099-2CKHS RADIO
Choosing a Channel
Yourradiohas22channelsand142Privacy
codesyoucanusetotalktoothers.Inorderto
speaktosomeone,bothyourradiosmustbesetto
thesamechannelandPrivacycode.
Tochooseachannel:
PressCH
or ,thenpressCH or to
increaseordecreasethechannelnumber
displayed.
Tochangethechannelcontinuously,press
CH
or ,thenrepeatedlypressandhold
CH or formorethan1second.
Note: Channels 1-7 and 15-22 have a typical
range of up to 50 miles by pressing BOOST. HI
displays when you select a GMRS channel, and
LO displays when you select a FRS channel.

SETTING UP GROUP MODE

InordertouseGroupmode,youneedtoinitialize
acoupleofsettingsinyourradio:
SettheradiotoGroupmode.
SetaGroupCode.
SetaUnitNumber.
Seta"Nickname".
Setting the Radio to Group Mode
TosettheradiotoGroupmode,whichenables
DirectCall,AutoChannelChange,andAllCall,
pressandholdTONE/GROUPfor2seconds.The
radiodisplaysGRP andgroupcode.
Note:InGroupmode,youcannotreceive
transmissionsfromotherradiosunlesstheyare
alsosettothesamechannelandgroupcode.
Setting the Group Code
Setthegroupcodeforyourradiogroupfrom
0-142.Everyoneinyourgroupmustselectthe
samegroupcodeinordertocommunicatewith
eachother.
1)PressTONE/GROUPinGroupmode.Press
CH
or toselectthegroupnumber.
2)PressENTER/
orTONE/GROUPtoreturnto
normaloperation.
Setting the Unit Number
Eachradioinyourgroupneedstobesettoa
uniqueunitnumber,from1-16.
1)PressMENU/
.Advancethroughthemenu
untilUNITappears,andthenpressENTER/ .
Thecurrentunitnumberflashes.
2)PressCH
or toselectthedesiredunit
number.
3)PressENTER/
tocontinuetothenext
section.
Setting Your Nickname
Yournicknameappearsonotherunits’displays
whenyoumakeanAllCallorDirectCall.Thisis
alsothenamethatappearsonotherradiodisplays
whensomeonewantstomakeaDirectCalltoyou.
Withoutanickname,theunitnumbershows.
1)PressMENU/
.Advancethroughthemenu
untilUNITappears,andthenpressENTER/ .
Thecurrentunitnumberflashes,thenpress
ENTER/ .Theradiodisplays
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(oryour
currentnickname)withthefirstplaceinthe
nicknameflashing.
2)PressCH
or toselecttheletter,then
ENTER/ toadvancetothenextletteruntilyou
haveenteredyournickname.
3)PressMENU/
toconfirmthesettingandexit
themenu.
Using Group Mode
Groupmodeletsyoumakedirectcallstoother
peopleinyourgroupwithoutalertingtheentire
groupandalsoletsyouquicklychangeeveryonein
yourgrouptoanotherchannelfromasingleradio.
BeforeusingGroupmode,followtheinstructionsin
"SettingUpGroupmode"oneveryradioinyour
group.Then,torecordtheunitIDandeveryone’s
nicknameineveryradio,sendacallto"All"from
eachradioonetime(see"SendingaDirectCall").
Sending a Direct Call
DirectCallletsyoucalleveryoneinyourgroupat
once,orcallasinglepersoninyourgroupwithout
anyoneelseinthegroupknowing.Itislikea
"speeddial"directlytotheperson(s)youwantto
talkto.
Tocalleveryoneinyourgroup,pressD CALLin
Groupmode.TheradioflashesALL.Then,press
D CALL or ENTER/
.Everyoneinyourgroup
receivesacall"chirp"forabout3seconds.When
thechirpends,beginyourconversation.
Note:When you make a direct call to "all," your
radio also sends out your nickname or ID so that it
will show up in the call list for everyone in your
group.
Tocallonepersoninyourgroupwithouthaving
otherpeopleknow,pressD CALLinGroupmode.
Then,useCH
or toselectthepersonyou
wanttocallandpressD CALL orENTER/ .Your
radiosoundstonesfor3secondsasitsendsthe
call.Whentheselectedpersonanswers,youcan
beginyourconversation.
Youcansilencethecalltonesanytimebypressing
PTTorBOOST.
Yourconversationremainsprivatebetweenyou
andthepersonyoucalleduntil15secondsafter
yourlastconversation.Then,yourradio
automaticallyexitsPrivatemode.
Channel Scan Feature
Yourradiohasachannelscanfeaturethatletsyou
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resumesscanning.
PressingPTTorBOOSTwhilethescanispaused
onachannelletsyoutransmitonthatchannel.
Toturnonchannelscan:
PressMENU/
.TheradiodisplaysSCAN.Press
ENTER/ .Thechannelnumberchangesasthe
radiorapidlycyclesthroughthechannels.
UsetheradioinStandard(notGroup)modewhen
youneedtobeabletocommunicatewithradios
thatdonothavethegroupfeature.
Talking on Your Radio
Totalktoothersusingtheradio:
1)PressandholdPTTorBOOSTandspeakina
clear,normalvoiceabout2-3inchesawayfrom
themicrophone.Whileyoutransmit,TXHIor
TXLOappearsonthedisplayaccordingtothe
typeofchannel.Toavoidcuttingoffthefirstpart
ofyourtransmission,pauseslightlyafter
pressingPTTorBOOSTbeforeyoustart
talking.
2)Whenyoufinishspeaking,releasePTTor
BOOST.Youcannowreceiveincomingcalls.
Whilereceiving,RXappearsonthedisplay.
Note:
When you press BOOST, BOOS appear on the
display. The radio transmits at maximum power
when a GMRS channel is selected.
• IfBOOST,PTTorVOXiscontinuouslyused,1
minuteafteryoustartusingthefeaturethe
transmissionstopsandyouhearatimeouterror
tone.
Monitor Mode Feature
Yourradioletsyoulistenforweaksignalsonthe
currentchannelatthepressofakey.
ToturnontheMonitormode:
PressandholdLIGHT/MONfor2secondsuntil
twobeepssoundforcontinuouslistening.The
receivercircuitstaysopen,soyouhearboththe
noiseandweaksignals.
ToturnoffMonitormode:
PressLIGHT/MONtoreturntothepreviousmode.
MONandRXdisappear.
Navigating through the Normal Menu
YourradiohasaMenufunctiontoaccess
advancedfeatures.InordertouseAutoChannel
Change,youneedtosetyourradiotoGroup
mode.
Start
Scanning
Scan
Mode
Silent
Mode
ON-OFF
Auto
Channel
Change
Channel
Change
VOX
Level
OFF, 1-5
1-10
Call
Tone
Unit
Setting
Setting
Unit
Number
Roger
Beep
ON-OFF
Beep
Tone
ON-OFF
Setting
Nickname
1)Toenterthemenu,pressMENU/ .
2)PressMENU/
againtoadvancethroughthe
menu.Afterthelastmenuitem,theradioexits
tothepreviousmode.
3)OtherwaystoexittheMenufunctionare:
a.PressPTT,BOOST,LIGHT/MON, D CALL,
WX/ALERT or TONE/GROUP.
b.Wait10secondsuntiltheradioautomatically
returnstothepreviousmode.
Setting Silent Mode
WhenyouturnonSilentmode,allincomingcalls
aremuted,thedisplaybacklightflashes,andthe
channelindicatordisplaysSLNTandCALLtoalert
youtoanincomingcall.Ifyoudonotrespondto
thecallwithin15seconds,thebacklightturnsoff.
TheGMR5099willalsovibratetoremindyouthat
youmissedacall.Silentmodeisdisabledfor15
secondswhenyoutransmit,receive,orpressany
otherbutton.
TosetSilentmode:
1)Enterthemenu.Advancethroughthemenuuntil
theSLNTdisplays,thenpressENTER/
.The
currentsettingflashes.
2)
Press
CH
todisplayon,thenpressENTER/ .
Note:To prevent unwanted silent alerts, be sure to
use a Privacy Code or Group Code whenever you
use the Silent mode feature.
BatteryLevelMeter
RechargeableNiMH
BatteryPacks
DualChargingCradlewith
ACAdapter
ChannelMonitor
ChannelScan
GroupScan
KeypadLock
NOAAEmergency/
WeatherChannels
EmergencyWeatherAlert
EmergencyStrobeLight
BeltClip
• 2CarabinerClips
• Camo(GMR5099Only)
Automatically Changing Channels
AutoChannelChangeletsyoueasilycoordinatea
channelchangeforeveryoneinyourgroup.You
mightwanttodothiswhenyoufindyouaregetting
alotofinterferenceonyourcurrentchannel.You
alsousethisfeaturetochangefromalow-power
channel(8-14)tooneofthehigh-powered
channels(1-7,15-22)formorerange(ortoalow-
powerchannelifyouneedlongerbatterylife).
Tostartanautochannelchange,onanyradioin
thegroup,pressMENU/
. Advancethroughthe
menuuntilCHCX appears,thenpress ENTER/ .
Thecurrentchannelflashes.Use CH or to
selectthetargetchannel.Youcancheckwhether
theselectedchannelisclear.ThenpressD CALL
orENTER/ .
Yourradiochirpsforabout10secondswhileit
sendsoutthechannelchangesignal.Aseach
radioreceivesthechannelchangesignal,itchirps
once,thenchangestothenewchannel.
Toensureallradiosmakeittothenewchannel,
werecommendyou:
Makesureyouareinanopenenvironment,
wheretheradiowillgetthebestrange.
Optimizerangeduringthechannelchange
signalbyraisingtheradiooveryourheadto
givethebestpossibleheight.
Doa"rollcall"onthenewchannelafterthe
movetobesurenoonewasleftbehind.Ifyou
missedsomeone,returntothepreviouschannel
andissuethesignalagain.

USING THE RADIO IN STANDARD MODE

UsetheradioinStandard(notGroup)modewhen
youneedtobeabletocommunicatewithradios
thatdonothavethegroupfeature.
Choosing a Privacy Code
YoucanselectaPrivacyCodefrom1-142foreach
channel.oF(off)indicatesnoPrivacyCode
selectedandyourradiocanreceiveasignal
regardlessofthecodesettingsofthetransmitting
radio.
1)PressTONE/GROUP.ThePrivacyCode
indicatorflashes.
2)PressCH
or toincreaseordecreasethe
code.YoucanalsoselectoF.
3)PressENTER/
orTONE/GROUP toreturnto
normaloperation.
Note:Only tones 1-38 are standard across radio
brands. Other settings might differ from brand to
brand. See the specifications for the specific tones
used for each setting.
You can hear the received voice when you turn on
channel scan and an active channel is detected, even
during Silent mode.
Missed Call Alerts
IfyoureceiveanincomingcallwhileSilentmodeis
onanddonotrespond,theradiowillturnonthe
MissedCallicon.IfyouareusingGroupmode,the
radiowillalsoindicatewhomadethecall.
TheGMR5099willadditionallyremindyouofa
missedcallbyvibratingeveryminuteafterthecallfor
3minutes.
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aheadsetwitha
microphone.Transmissionisinitiatedbyspeaking
intotheremotemicrophoneinsteadofpushingPTT
andBOOST.ToselecttheVOXlevel:
1)PressMENU/
.AdvancethroughtheMenuuntil
VOXappearsonthedisplay, thenpressENTER/
. The currentlevel(off,1-5) flashes.LeveloF
(off)disablesVOX,whilelevels1-5setthe
sensitivityoftheVOXcircuit.
2)PresseitherCH
or toreachthedesired
VOXsensitivitylevel,thenpressENTER/ .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.
Transmitting a Call Tone
Yourradioisequippedwith10selectablecalltones
thataretransmittedwhenyoupressD CALLin
Standardmode.
Theselectedtonealsowillbeheardwhensomeone
placesadirectcalltoyou.
Toselectacalltone:
1)PressMENU/
.Advancethroughthemenuuntil
CALLappears,thenpressENTER/ .Thecurrent
calltonenumber(1-10)flashes.
2)PressCH
or toincreaseordecreasethe
numbertothedesiredcalltone.Eachtonewillbe
heardthroughthespeaker.PressENTER/ toselecta
calltone.
Totransmittheselectedcalltone,pressD CALL.
Theselectedtoneistransmittedforafixedlengthof
time.CallToneiscancelledifyoupressPTTor
BOOST.
Roger Beep
RogerBeepisabeepthatissenttonotifytheendof
transmission(bothPTTandVOXtransmission).You
canhearRogerBeepthroughthespeakerwhenboth
RogerBeepandBeepToneareon.WhenRoger
• Thebatterymustbeinstalledfortheunitto
operate,eveniftheunitisalsoconnectedto
externalpower.
• Ifbatterypowerislow,youcannotoperatethe
radioevenusingexternalpower.Allowthe
batterytochargebeforeusing.Ifyoutryto
transmitwhilepowerislow,theradiowill
automaticallyturnoff.
Warning!
• Thechargingcradleisnotwaterproof.Ifthe
chargingcradlefallsinthewater,unplugit
beforeattemptingtoremoveitfromthewater.
Allowthecradletodrycompletelybefore
reconnectingthepower.
• Wipeoffdirtorshakewaterfromyourradio
beforeplacinginthechargingcradleifyour
radioissoiledorwet.

USING A HEADSET

Youcanuseaheadset(#ZA-133or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 submersible or
waterproof when using a headset jack. When you
remove the headset, be sure to fully press the jack
cover into place to restore its waterproof capability.

USING THE RADIO BATTERY LEVEL AND LOW

BATTERY ALERT

Thisradiohasabatterylevelmeterthatindicates
thestatusofthebattery.Whenthebatterylevelis
low,thebatterylevelmetericon flashesand
thenBATT appearsafter30seconds.Rechargethe
NiMHbatterypackimmediately.
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.

USING THE RADIO

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.
2)Tochangethevolumelevel,pressVO
or
toincreaseordecreasethevolumelevelthen
pressENTER/ .
3)PressandholdMENU/
toturntheradiooff.
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Model GMR5099-2CKHS
Produkte Radio
EAN 0050633101636, 0172302621181, 0132017983615, 0700621478034
Sprache Englisch
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