Vertex Standard VX-231 manual

Vertex Standard VX-231
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manualVertex Standard VX-231

OperatiOn

Preliminary StePS
 Install a chargedbatterypack ontothetransceiver, as de-scribedpreviously.
 Screw the supplied antenna ontotheAntenna jack. Neverattempt to operate this transceiverwithoutan antenna con-nected.
 IfyouhaveaSpeaker/Microphone,werecommendthatitnotbeconnecteduntilyou arefamiliar withthe basicoperationoftheVX-230
.
OPeratiOn Quick Start
 Turnthetoppanel’sVOL/PWRknobclockwisetoturnontheradioon.
 Turnthetoppanel’s
CH
selectorknobto choose the desired operating chan-
nel.
 RotatetheVOL/PWRknobtosetthevolume level. If no signalis present,pressandholdintheProgrammable
keyassignedtoSQL OFFformore
than one second; backgroundnoisewillnow beheard, and youmayusethistosettheVOL/PWRknobforthedesiredaudiolevel.

BefOre YOu Begin

Battery Pack inStallatiOn and remOval
 To install the battery, holdthe transceiverwith your lefthand,soyourpalmisoverthespeakerandyourthumbisonthetopofthebeltclip.Insertthe battery pack intothe batterycompartmentonthebackoftheradio whiletilting theBeltClipoutward, then pushthebottomside of thebattery pack untilt h e b a t t e r y p a c klocks withthe Bat-teryPackLatch.
 Toremovethebattery,turntheradiooffandremoveanyprotec-tive cases. Slide the Battery Pack Latchon thebottomof theradio,thenslidethe battery downward andout fromthe radiowhileholdingtheBeltClip.
Caution
Do not attempt to open any of the rechargeable Lithium-Ion packs, as they could explode if accidentally short-circuited.
lOw Battery indicatiOn
Asthebatterydischargesduringuse,thevoltagegraduallybecomeslower.Whenthebatteryvoltagebecomestolow,substituteafreshlycharged battery and rechargethe depleted pack.When the batteryvoltageislow,theLEDindicatoronthetopoftheradiowillblinkred.Furthermore,ifyourDealersetsthe“LowBatteryAlert”featureintothetransceiver,analertbeeperwillsoundwhenthebatteryvolt-ageislow.
 PressandholdintheProgrammable
keyassignedtoSQL OFFformore
than one second (or press the keytwice) to quiet the noise and resumenormal(quiet)monitoring.
 Totransmit,monitorthechannelandmakesureitisclear.
THIS IS AN FCC REQUIREMENT!
 Totransmit,pressandholdinthe
PTT
switch.Speak into the microphoneareaof the frontpanel grille (lowerright-handcorner)in a normalvoicelevel.To return to the Receive mode,releasethe
PTT
switch.Do not transmit the radio without an antenna connected.
 IfaSpeaker/Microphoneisavailable,removetheplasticcapandits twomounting screws from the right side of the transceiver,theninserttheplugfromtheSpeaker/Microphoneintothe
MIC/
SP
 jack;securethe plugusing the screwssupplied with theSpeaker/Microphone.Holdthespeakergrilleupnexttoyourearwhilereceiving.Totransmit,pressthe
PTT
switchontheSpeak-er/Microphone,justasyouwouldonthemaintransceiver’sbody.Note: Save the originalplastic cap and its mountingscrews.Theyshouldbere-installedwhennotusingtheSpeaker/Microphone.
Microphone
Speaker
MIC/SP Jack
(
ExternalMic/Earphone
)
VOL/PWR Knob
CH
(
Channel
)
Selector
Side 1 Switch
Push To Talk
(
PTT
)
Switch
Antenna
LED Indicator
Battery Pack Latch
Side 2 Switch

SafetY training infOrmatiOn

ThisRadiohasbeentestedandcomplieswiththeFederalCommu-nications Commission (FCC)RF exposure limitsfor OccupationalUse/Controlledexposureenvironment.Inaddition,itcomplieswiththefollowingStandardsandGuidelines:
 FCC 96-326,Guidelines for Evaluating theEnvironmental Ef-fectsofRadio-FrequencyRadiation.
 FCCOETBulletin65Edition97-01(1997)SupplementC,Eval-uatingCompliancewithFCCGuidelinesforHumanExposuretoRadioFrequencyElectromagneticFields.
 ANSI/IEEEC95.1-1992,IEEEStandardforSafetyLevelswithRespect to Human Exposure to Radio Frequency Electromag-neticFields,3kHzto300GHz.
 ANSI/IEEE C95.3-1992, IEEERecommendedPractice for theMeasurement of Potentially Hazardous Electromagnetic Fields-RFandMicrowave.WARNING:ThisradiogeneratesRFelectromagneticenergyduringtransmitmode.Thisradioisdesignedforandclassi-edasOccupational Use Only,meaningitmustbeusedonlyduringthecourseofemploymentbyindividualsawareofthehazards,andthewaystominimizesuchhazards.ThisradioisnotintendedforusebytheGeneral Populationinanuncontrolledenvironment.CAUTION:ToensurethatyourexposetoRFelectromagnet-icenergyiswithintheFCCallowablelimitsforoccupationaluse,alwaysadheretothefollowingguidelines:
Please read this manual carefully to become familiar with the features of this transceiver.
Do not transmit the radio without an antenna connected.
This radio is NOT approved for use by the general popula-tion in an uncontrolled environment. This radio is restricted to occupational use, work related operations only where the radio operator must have the knowledge to control its RF ex-posure conditions.
When transmitting, hold the radio in a vertical position with its microphone 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5 cm) away from your mouth and keep the antenna at least 1 inch (2.5cm) away from your head and body.
The radio must be used with a maximum operating duty cycle not exceeding 50 %, in typical Push-to-Talk (PTT) con-gurations. DO NOT transmit for more than 50 % of total radio use time (50 % duty cycle). Transmitting more than 50 % of the time can cause FCC RF exposure compliance re-quirements to be exceeded. To keep the Body Worn conguration with the Vertex Stan-dard CLIP-18 belt-clip, reduce the maximum operating duty cycle still more. The radio is transmitting when the red LED on the top of the radio is illuminated. You can cause the radio to transmit by pressing the PTT button.
When operate the radio with the Vertex Standard CLIP-18 belt-clip, make the transmission time as short as possible, to keep the Body Worn conguration.
Always use the FNB-V103LI, FNB-V104LI, FNB-V131LI-UNI or FNB-V132LI-UNI Lithium-Ion Battery.
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
Perform the battery charging where the ambient tempera-
ture range +50 °F to +104 °F (10 °C to +40 °C). Charge out
of this range could cause damage to the battery pack.
Battery Pack shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, re or the like.Vertex Standard LMR, Inc.
Always use Vertex Standard authorized accessories. Vertex Standard shall not be liable for any damage or ac-cidents such as fire, leakage or explosion of batteries, etc., caused by the malfunction of non-Vertex Standard accesso-ries.
This radio generates RF electromagnetic energy during transmit mode. This radio is designed for and classified as occupational use only, meaning it must be used only during the course of employment by individuals aware of hazard-ous, and the ways to minimize such hazardous. This radio is not intended for use by the General Population in an uncon-trolled environment.TheinformationlistedaboveprovidestheuserwiththeinformationneededtomakehimorherawareofRFexposure,andwhattodotoassurethatthis radio operates withtheFCC RF exposure limitsofthisradio.Electromagnetic Interference/CompatibilityDuring transmissions, this radio generates RF energy that can possibly cause interference with other devices or systems. To avoid such interference, turn off the radio in areas where signs are posted to do so.Do not operate the transmitter in areas that are sensitive to elec-tromagnetic radiation such as hospitals, health care facilities, aircraft, and blasting sites.FCC LICENSE INFORMATIONThis radio operates on communications frequencies which are subject to FCC (Federal Communications Commission) Rules and Regulations. FCC Rules require that all operators using Pri-vate Land Mobile radio frequencies obtain a radio license before operating their equipment.

acceSSOrieS & OptiOnS

FNB-V103LI
7.4V1380mAhLithium-IonBatteryFNB-V104LI
7.4V2300mAhLithium-IonBatteryFNB-V131LI-UNI
7.4V1380mAhLithium-IonBatteryFNB-V132LI-UNI
7.4V2300mAhLithium-IonBatteryVAC-300
DesktopRapidCharger(forFNB-V103LI/-V104LI)VAC-6300
6-unitMultiCharger(forFNB-V103LI/-V104LI)CD-58
DesktopCharger(forFNB-V131LI-UNI/-V132LI-UNI)PA-55
ACAdapter(forCD-58)VAC-6058
6-unitMultiCharger(forFNB-V131LI-UNI/-V132LI-UNI)MH-37
A4B
Earpiece/MicrophoneMH-45
B4B
Speaker/Microphone(NoiseCancelling)MH-360S
Speaker/Microphone(SmallType)MH-450S
Speaker/Microphone(MiniatureType)VH-115S
Lightweightheadsetw/BoommicVH-215S
Lightweightpaddedheadset,SingleSpeakerVH-225S
Lightweightpaddedheadset,DualSpeakerVCM-2
VehicleChargerMountAdapter(forVAC-300)DCM-1
DesktopChargerBracket(forVAC-300)ATV-8A
RubberAntenna134-151MHzATV-8B
RubberAntenna150-163MHzATV-8C
RubberAntenna161-174MHzATV-6XL
RubberAntenna134-174MHz(Untuned)ATU-6A
RubberAntenna400-430MHzATU-6B
RubberAntenna420-450MHzATU-6C
RubberAntenna440-470MHzATU-6D
RubberAntenna450-485MHzATU-6F
RubberAntenna485-520MHzCLIP-18
BeltClipLCC-230
LeatherCase
CE99
ProgrammingSoftwareFIF-12
USBProgrammingInterfaceCT-27
RadiotoRadioProgrammingCableCT-106
PCProgrammingCable(forFIF-12)
Tilt the Belt Clip
Insert the Battery Pack
Push the bottom side
of the Battery Pack

vX-230 SerieS

OPerating manual

cOntrOlS & cOnnectOrS

Green Monitoron(orSide1orSide2switchisactivated)
Blinking Green BusyChannel(orSQLoff)
Glows Red Transmitting
Blinking Red BatteryVoltageisLow
Yellow ReceivingaSelectiveCall
Operating temperature range
(
FOr eurOpean user
)
Operation:–20°Cto+55°CBattery Charging:+10°Cto+40°C(Turntheradiooffwhilechargingthebattery)

Manual

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Vertex Standard VX-231 especificaciones

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General
Marca Vertex Standard
Modelo VX-231
Producto Walkie-talkie
Idioma Inglés
Tipo de archivo PDF

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