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Cobra LI 7200 WXCobra microTALK LI 7200-2 WX FRS/GMRS 22-channel Two-way radio - pack of 2

max range: 27 miles, battery: Rechargeable - lithium ion

This ultra-compact GMRS/FRS two-way radio value pack offers radios with a range of up to 27 miles. Also included are rechargeable ultra high capacity (1500 mAh) lithium ion batteries and a two port desktop charger. The desktop charger wall adapter can also charge one radio through its speaker/microphone/charge jack. Other features include 10-Channel NOAA All Hazards Radio, Vibralert silent paging, VOX hands free operation, 10-channel memory, and a scan feature. You can save as many as 10 channel... Read more

 

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amvanas 9:20am on Wednesday, October 20th, 2010 
This a great two way radio It has good range. I was able to talk to a family member at over 5 miles away in the city.
Joey 6:05am on Thursday, August 19th, 2010 
the best you can get Clear Signal, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Rugged, Weatherproof
creativenonsense 5:17am on Friday, July 16th, 2010 
Good, but small speaker Work properly and well, but the speaker is a bit small and the maximum volume is not as much as I would like. Works great! Purchased these as a replacement to an out-dated set for use in a hotel.
stopCNslaughter 7:06pm on Monday, March 22nd, 2010 
PaulU The battery power is very strong and hardly needs charging after a whole weekend. The range is good. bought it, used it, happy with it I bought these specifically to use while skiing in Colorado.

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Main Icons

Introduction

Making Life Easier and Safer
Operation Customer Warranty

Owners Manual

Staying in touch with your family and friends is Assistance convenient and easy when using your microTALK radio. Some of the many uses you will discover include: Communicating with others while hiking, biking and working; keeping track of family and friends at a crowded public event; checking with travel companions in another car; talking with Secondary Icons neighbors; arranging meeting spots with others while shopping at the mall.

Belt Clip

Secure your microTALK radio while on the go. Carrying your microTALK radio with you is easy when using the belt clip. Notice The belt clip easily attaches to your belt, purse or backpack.

Customer Assistance

Intro Operation Assistance For Assistance in the U.S.A. In this users manual, you should find all the information you need to operate your microTALK radio. If you require further assistance after reading this manual, Cobra Electronics offers the following customer assistance services: Automated Help Desk English only. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week 773-889-3087 (phone). Customer Assistance Operators English and Spanish. 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Central Time, Monday through Friday (except holidays) 773-889-3087 (phone). Questions Notice English and Spanish. Faxes can be received at 773-622-2269 (fax). Technical Assistance English only. www.cobra.com (on-line: Frequently Asked Questions). English and Spanish. productinfo@cobra.com (e-mail). Customer Warranty

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For more information or to order any of our products, please visit our website: www.cobra.com
Nothing Comes Close to a Cobra English

TWO-WAY RADIO MODEL

For Assistance Outside the U.S.A. Contact Your Local Dealer
Printed in China Part No. 480-413-P Version B

LI 7200 WX

Nothing Comes Close to a Cobra
2008 Cobra Electronics Corporation 6500 West Cortland Street Chicago, Illinois 60707 USA www.cobra.com

English

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Product Features

Operation Customer Assistance Warranty

Warranty

Intro Operation Customer Assistance Warranty
Warranty and Trademark Acknowledgement

Features

Backlit LCD Display

Operation

Notice
1. Antenna 2. External Speaker/ Microphone/Charge Jack 3. Backlit LCD Display 4. On/Off Power Button 5. Hi-Low Power Button 6. Channel Up/Down Buttons 7. Mode Button 8. Lock/Enter Button A2 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.
Speaker/Microphone Volume Up/Down Buttons Light/Max Range Button Talk Button Call Button Wrist Strap Connector Belt Clip Battery Compartment Battery Door Latch
22 Channels Seven shared with FRS/GMRS, seven FRS only, eight GMRS only 10 Channel NOAA Secondary Icons ALL Hazards Radio 142 Privacy Codes (38 CTCSS codes/ 104 DCS codes) Hands-Free Operation (VOX) VibrAlert Silent Paging 10 Channel Memory Signal Strength Meter Scan Channels, privacy Main Icons codes, memory Selectable HiMedLow Power In GMRS Backlit Icons Main LCD Display Button Lock Intro Call Alert 10 selectable tones Speaker/ Microphone/ Intro Charge Jack Secondary Roger Beep Icons Selectable on/off Battery/ Power Saver Keystroke Tones Secondary Icons Selectable on/off Auto Squelch Maximum Range Extender Belt Clip

Limited One-Year Warranty on Radio(s) & Charger For Products Purchased in the U.S.A.

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1. Signal Strength Meter Icon 2. Call Alert and VibrAlert Icon 3. Lock Icon 4. Keystroke Tones Icon Operation Customer 5. DCS Icon Assistance 6. Roger Beep Icon 7. VOX Icon 8. NOAA All Hazards Radio Icon 9. Memory Icon Operation Customer Assistance 10. CTCSS Icon
11. Memory Location Number 12. Privacy Code Numbers 13. Receive/Transmit Icon 14. Hi-Med-Low Power Warranty Icons 15. Battery Low Indicator 16. Scan Icon 17. Power Saver Icon 18. Channel Numbers Warranty
Cobra Electronics Corporation warrants that its Cobra microTALK radios and charger, and the component parts thereof, will be free of defects in workmanship and materials for a period of one year from the date of first consumer purchase. This warranty may be enforced by the first consumer purchaser, provided that the product is utilized within the U.S.A. Cobra will, without charge, repair or replace, at its option, defective microTALK radios, chargers, products or component parts upon delivery to the Cobra Factory Service department, accompanied by proof of the date of first consumer purchase, such as a duplicated copy of a sales receipt. You must pay any initial shipping charges required to ship the product for warranty service, but the return charges will be at Cobras expense, if the product is repaired or replaced under warranty. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which may vary from state to state. Exclusions: This limited warranty does not apply: 1) To any product damaged by accident; 2) In the event of misuse or abuse of the product or as a result of unauthorized alterations or repairs; 3) If the serial number has been altered, defaced, or removed; 4) If the owner of the product resides outside the U.S.A. All implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are limited in duration to the length of this warranty. Cobra shall not be liable for any incidental, consequential or other damages; including, without limitation, damages resulting from loss of use or cost of installation. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts and/or do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations may not apply to you. For Products Purchased Outside the U.S.A. Please contact your local dealer for warranty information. 90-Day Warranty on Cobra Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery Packs For products purchased in the U.S.A. and Canada.

Maximum range may vary and is based on unobstructed line-of-sight communication under ideal conditions.
Important FCC Licensing Information This radio operates on General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) frequencies which require a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) license. See page 27 for licensing and other related information.
Trademark Acknowledgement
Cobra, microTALK, Nothing Comes Close to a Cobra, VibrAlert and the snake design are registered trademarks of Cobra Electronics Corporation, USA. Cobra Electronics Corporation is a trademark of Cobra Electronics Corporation, USA.

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Customer Assistance Warranty

Customer Warranty

Caring for Your microTALK Assistance Radio Your microTALK radio will give you years of trouble-free service if cared for properly. Handle the radio gently. Keep the radio away from dust. Never put the radio in water or in a damp place. Avoid exposure to extreme temperatures.

Remove Belt Clip

Pull Down Latch

Insert Battery Pack

Rechargeable Battery Pack and Desktop Charger To install or replace battery pack: 1. Remove belt clip by releasing belt clip latch and sliding clip up. 2. Pull down on the battery door latch to remove Notice the battery compartment cover. 3. Insert lithium ion battery pack. Position battery pack as shown in radio. 4. Replace battery compartment cover and belt clip. Estimated operation time on full charge: 12 hours.
Rechargeable battery packs must be recycled or disposed of properly in compliance with all applicable laws. They may not be thrown in the trash. Certain states or municipalities require recycling Operation Customer and have established Warranty collection programs. Please Assistance contact your local waste removal authority for instructions, or return to Cobra for recycling. Wrap battery packs carefully and mail postage prepaid to: Cobra Electronics Corporation, 6500 West Cortland Street, Chicago, IL 60707 USA, Attn: Battery Recycling. Do not put battery packs into fire or expose to high heat. They may explode.

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Using Your Radio

Intro Operation

Insert Radio(s)
For charging microTALK radio(s) in desktop charger: 1. Insert radio(s) into desktop charger as shown. 2. Insert round connector of 120-volt adapter into jack on back of charger. 3. Plug 120-volt adapter into electrical outlet.

On/Off Power

Customer Warranty Turning on Your Assistance microTALK Radio Press and hold the Power button until you hear a series of audible tones indicating the radio is on. Your microTALK radio is now in Standby mode, ready to receive transmissions. The radio Secondary Icons is always in Standby mode, except when the Talk, Call, Mode or Power buttons are pressed.
If chargingAssistance not on, check position of radio. Radio should be light is upright. The charge indicator light will stay on as long as the radio is in the charging well. It normally takes aboutNoticehours to fully recharge battery pack. 15 Battery pack will not be damaged if they stay in the charging well longer than that. To charge a single radio, you can bypass the desktop charger and simply insert the wall adapters round connector directly into the speaker/microphone/charge jack located on the top of the radio.

Customer

Battery Low
Battery Low When battery power is low, the Battery Low icon will blink. Your batteries should be recharged.

Battery Save Mode

Auto Battery Save Your microTALK radio has a unique circuit designed to extend battery life. If there are no transmissions for 10 seconds, the radio will automatically switch to Battery Save mode and the Power Saver icon will flash in the display. This will not affect the radios ability to receive incoming transmissions. Communicating with Another Person 1. Press and hold the Talk button. Operation Customer Warranty 2. With the microphone about 2 inches Assistance (5 cm) from your mouth, speak in a normal voice. 3. Release the Talk button when you are finished talking and listen for a response. You cannot receive incoming calls while pressing the Talk button. Both radios must be tuned to the same channel/privacy code to communicate.
Use only the supplied rechargeable batteries and charger for recharging your Cobra microTALK radio. Cobra recommends your radio is turned off while being charged. Quick Start 1. Press and hold the Power button to turn on your radio. 2. Press the Channel Up or Channel Down button to select a channel. Operation Customer Warranty

Assistance

Talk Button
Two Inches (5 cm) from Mouth
Both radios must be tuned to the same channel/privacy code to communicate.
3. Press and hold the Talk button while speaking into the microphone. 4. When finished talking, release the Talk button and listen for a response.

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Channels With the radio on, select any of the 22 channels by pressing the Channel Up Operation Customer Warranty or ChannelAssistance button. Down Both radios must be tuned to the same channel to communicate.
Notice Channels 1 through 7 are shared by FRS and GMRS. Channels 8 through 14 are FRS only. Channels 15 through 22 are GMRS only.

Channel Buttons

Channel Number
Customer Warranty Time-out Timer Assistance The Time-out Timer feature limits transmit time to three (3) continuous minutes to extend battery life and prevent accidental operation. After three (3) continuous minutes of transmission, the radio will stop transmitting and will require a rest Secondary Icons period of 30 seconds. During this time the display will flash on and off, and an error tone Intro Operation Customer Warranty will sound AssistancePush-to-Talk button is pressed. if the

Hi-Low Button

See page 26 for FRS/GMRS frequency allocations and compatibility charts.

Listening

Listening for a Response Release the Talk button to receive incoming transmissions. Your microTALK radio is always in Standby mode while the Talk or Call buttons are not pressed.
Intro Operation Customer Warranty Assistance Call Button To alert another person that you are calling: Press and release the Call button. The other person will hear a two (2) second call tone. This tone is used only to establish voice communications.
Selectable HighMediumLow Power Output When in close proximity to another party or during Notice favorable conditions, you can switch from High to Medium to Low Power to extend battery life. This feature applies to GMRS Channels 1 through 7 and 15 through 22 only. Channels 8 through 14 operate exclusively on low power.

Hi Power Icon

Call Button

Medium Power Icon

Intro Low Power Icon
See page 24 on how to select from 10 available call tone settings.

Light/Max Range

To Illuminate Display Press and release the Light/Max Range button to illuminate the display for 10 seconds.
To switch from high to medium to low power: Press and release the HiLow button. When in High Power and using Channels 1 through 7 and 15 through 22, the Hi icon will be Operation in the LCD display. Customer Warranty visible Assistance When in Medium Power and using Channels 1 through 7 and 15 through 22, the Med icon will be visible in the LCD. When in Low Power or while using channels 8 through 14, the Low icon will be visible in the display. When using an external speaker/ microphone accessory on channels 1-7 or 15-22, your microTALK radio will only operate on medium or low power.

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Auto Squelch/Maximum Range Your microTALK radio is equipped with Auto Squelch, which automatically shuts off weak transmissions and unwanted noise due to terrain and conditions. This slightly reduces the Maximum Range at which signals can be heard. You can turn off auto squelch to allow all signals to be Secondary Icons received and extend the maximum range of your radio. Light/Max Range To briefly turn off auto squelch: Press the Light/Max Range button for less than five (5) seconds. If you hear two (2) beeps, you have turned Notice the maximum range extender on (see below). To turn maximum range extender on: Press and hold the Light/Max Range button for at least five (5) seconds until you hear two (2) beeps which indicates the maximum range extender is on. To turn maximum range extender off: Press and release the Light/Max Range button or change channels. Lock Feature The Lock feature locks the Channel, Mode, HiLow and Power buttons to prevent accidental operation. To turn the lock feature on or off: Lock/Enter Button Press and hold the Lock/Enter button for two (2) seconds. A double beep sound is used to confirm your lock on or off request. When in Lock mode, Lock Mode the Lock icon will be displayed.
Intro Operation Customer Warranty Speaker/Microphone/Charge Jack Assistance Your microTALK radio can be fitted with an external Speaker/Microphone, freeing your hands for other tasks. This same jack also serves as the connecting point for the wall charger/adapter. Speaker/Microphone/ To attach a speaker/microphone: Charge Jack 1. Open the speaker/microphone/charge Secondary Icons tab on top of your microTALK radio. 2. Insert the plug into the speaker/ microphone/charge jack. (See page 5 for power output settings while using speaker/ microphones.) To connect a wall charger/adapter: Notice 1. Open the speaker/microphone/charge tab on top of your microTALK radio. 2. Insert the wall charger/adapter plug into the speaker/microphone/charge jack. Signal Strength Meter Signal Strength Your microTALK radio has a Signal Strength Meter that shows the strength of your incoming and outgoing transmissions. The ascending bars next to the signal strength indicate the strength of the signal. The greater the number of bars Main Icons visible, the stronger the signal. The fewer number of bars visible, the weaker the signal. microTALK Range Your range will vary depending on terrain and conditions. In flat, open country your radio will Maximum Range operate at maximum range. Intro Operation Customer Warranty Assistance Buildings and foliage in the path of the signal can reduce the range of the radio. Dense foliage and hilly terrain will Reduced Range further reduce the range of the radio. On FRS channels 8 through 14, your radio Secondary Icons automatically switches to low power, which will limit the range the radio can communicate.

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Voice Activated Transmit (VOX) In VOX mode, your microTALK radio can be used hands-free, automatically transmitting when you speak. You can set the VOX sensitivity level to fit the volume of your voice and avoid transmissions triggered by background noise. Mode To turn VOX mode on or off: Secondary Icons Button 1. Press the Mode button until the VOX icon flashes on the display. The current on or off setting is displayed. 2. Press the Channel Up or Channel Down Main Icons VOX Icon button to turn VOX on or off. Notice 3. Choose one of the following: a. Press the Mode button to enter the selected on or off setting and proceed to other functions. Channel Buttons Intro Operation Customer Warranty b. PressAssistance the Lock/Enter button to enter the selected on or off setting and return to Standby mode. To set VOX sensitivity: Mode Button 1. Press the Mode button until the VOX icon Secondary Icons flashes and the current sensitivity level is displayed. The current sensitivity level is displayed with letters LE and a Number 01 through 05, with Number 05 being the most sensitive level and Number 01 being the least sensitive level.
Customer Warranty 10 Memory Locations Assistance Your microTALK radio has 10 Memory Locations for storing your most frequently used channels and channel/privacy code combinations. These Memory Locations can be selected individually or can be scanned. (See page 21 for memory location scan.) Intro Operation Customer Warranty Mode Button SecondaryTo program a memory location: Icons Assistance 1. Press the Mode button until the Memory icon and the memory location flash on the display. 2. Press the Channel Up or Channel Down Secondary Icons Memory Icon button to select the memory location (0 through 9). Notice
If a location has been programmed before, its associated channel/privacy code will be shown on the display.

Lock/Enter Button

VOX Sensitivity Level
3. Press the Lock/Enter button to enter a new memory location or edit an already programmed memory location. The channel numbers will flash on the display. 4. Press the Channel Up or Channel Down button to select a channel (1 through 22). 5. Press the Lock/Enter button. The CTCSS icon and privacy code numbers will flash on the display.
2. Press the Channel Up or Channel Down button to change the setting. 3. Choose one of the following: a. Press the Mode button to enter the selected setting and proceed to other functions. b. Press the Lock/Enter button to enter the selected setting and return to Standby mode.

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6. Choose one of the following: a. Press the Channel Up or Channel Down button to select a CTCSS privacy code (01 through 38) Warranty channel. for the Operation Customer Assistance b. Press the Lock/Enter button to switch from CTCSS to DCS. The DCS icon and privacy code numbers will flash on the display. The Channel Up or Channel Down button can then be used to select a DCS privacy code (01 through 104) for the channel. If OFF flashes in place of the privacy code numbers, a privacy code is already set in the opposite (CTCSS or DCS) system. Press the Channel Up or Channel Down button to cancel the opposite code and select a privacy code from the active system for the selected channel.
Operation Customer Customer Warranty
Warranty To recall aAssistance memory channel location: stored Assistance 1. Press the Mode button until the Memory icon and the memory location number flash on the display. 2. Press the Channel Up or Channel Down Secondary Icons Memory Icon Secondary Icons button to select a memory location Intro Operation Customer Warranty (0 through 9). Assistance

Mode Main Icons Button

3. Press the Talk button to return to Standby Notice mode on the selected memory location. A memory location can be reprogrammed at any time it is displayed and flashing. Press the Lock/Enter button to begin.
7. Choose one of the following: a. Press the Lock/Enter button to enter the channel/privacy code in the selected memory location. Radio then proceeds to next Memory location, which will blink. b. Press the Mode button to enter the channel/privacy code in the selected memory location and proceed to other functions on the channel/privacy code displayed before you entered mode functions. c. Press the Talk button to enter the channel/privacy code in the selected memory location and exit mode functions. Upon release of the Talk button, the radio will enter Standby mode on the channel/privacy code just entered.
While recalling a stored memory location, if you do not press any buttons for 15 seconds, your radio will automatically return to Standby mode on the channel/privacy code displayed before you entered mode functions.

Customer Warranty Privacy Code Scan Assistance Your microTALK radio can automatically scan the Privacy Codes (either CTCSS 01 through 38 or DCS 01 through 104) within one channel. Only one set of privacy codes (CTCSS or DCS) can be scanned at a time. Select Channel Icons SecondaryTo scan privacy codes: 1. While in Standby mode, press the Channel Up or Channel Down button to choose the channel on which you wish to scan privacy codes. Mode Button 2. Press the Mode button until either the CTCSS or the DCS icon appears on the display and Notice the Scan icon and the privacy code numbers flash on the display. 3. Press the Channel Up or Channel Down Scan Privacy Codes button to begin scanning privacy codes within the channel you selected. The Scan icon will continue to be displayed when privacy code scan is on. Your radio will continue to scan privacy codes and stop as an Channel Buttons incoming transmission is detected. Your radio will remain on that channel/privacy code for 10 seconds. While setting privacy code scan, if you do not press any buttons for 15 seconds, your radio will automatically return to Standby mode on the channel/privacy code that was displayed before you entered mode functions.

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During privacy code scan (while receiving an incoming transmission), you can choose from the following: a. Press and hold the Talk button to communicate on that channel/privacy code. Your radio will remain on that channel/privacy code and return to Standby mode. b. Secondary Icons Press the Channel Up or Channel Down button to resume scanning privacy codes. If you press the Talk button while scanning, but more than 10 seconds after receiving a transmission, you will transmit on the channel/privacy code on which you last received a transmission. This will then return the radio to Standby mode. If you do not press any button within 10 seconds, your Notice radio will automatically resume scanning privacy codes. During privacy code scan (while not receiving a transmission), you can choose from the following: a. Press and hold the Talk button to communicate on the channel/privacy code that was displayed before you entered mode functions or the channel/privacy code on which, during scanning, you last received a transmission. This will return the radio to Standby mode. b. Press the Mode button to proceed to set memory location scan (see page 21 for further details). c. Press the Lock/Enter button to return to Standby mode on the channel/privacy code that was displayed before you entered mode functions or the channel/ privacy code on which, during scanning, you last received a transmission.

Customer Warranty Memory Location Scan Assistance Your microTALK radio can automatically scan up to 10 programmed Memory Locations.
If there are one or fewer memory locations programmed in your radio, the scan memory Secondary Icons locations option will not be available. To program at least two (2) memory locations, see program memory locations on page 13. To scan memory locations: 1. Press the Mode button until the Scan icon, Memory icon and the memory location Notice number flash on the display. 2. Press the Channel Up or Channel Down button to begin scanning memory locations. The Scan icon and the Memory icon will continue to be displayed when memory location scan is on. Your radio will continue to scan memory locations and stop if an incoming transmission is detected. Your radio will remain on that memory location for 10 seconds. While setting memory location scan, if you do not press any buttons for 15 seconds, your radio will automatically return to Standby mode on the channel/privacy code displayed before you entered mode functions.

Scanning Locations

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During memory location scan (while receiving an Incoming transmission), you can choose from the following: a. Press and hold the Talk button to communicate on that memory location. b. Your radio will remain on that memory location and return to Secondary Icons Standby mode. Press the Channel Up or Channel Down button to resume scanning memory locations. c. After 10 seconds of inactivity, unit starts scan again. If you press the Talk button while scanning, but more than 10 seconds after receiving a transmission, you will transmit on the memory location on which, during scanning, you last received Notice a transmission. If you do not press any button within 10 seconds, your radio will automatically resume scanning memory locations. During memory location scan (while not receiving a transmission), you can choose from the following: a. Press and hold the Talk button to communicate on the channel/privacy code that was displayed before you entered mode functions or memory location on which, during scanning, you last received a transmission. b. Press the Mode button to proceed to other functions. c. Press the Lock/Enter button to return to Standby mode on the channel/privacy code that was displayed before you entered mode functions or the memory location on which, during scanning, you last received a transmission. To reduce the number of memory locations being scanned, you may de-program any unwanted locations. (See page 16 to de-program a memory location.)

Customer Warranty VibrAlert and Call Alert Assistance Your microTALK radio can alert you to incoming signals by sounding an audible call tone, by vibrating silently or both. Mode Button VibrAlert + Ring To change call settings: 1. Press the Mode button Secondary Icons until the Call Setting icon flashes on the display. The current setting (01 vibrate + ring, 02 vibrate VibrAlert Only Channel Buttons only or 03 ring only) is displayed. 2. Press the Channel Up or Notice Channel Down button to Ring Only change the call setting. 3. Choose one of the following: a. Press the Mode button to enter the new setting and proceed to other functions. b. Press the Lock/Enter button to enter the new setting and return to Standby mode.

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10 Call Tone Settings You can choose from 10 different call tone settings to transmit a unique call alert. Mode Button To change a call tone setting: 1. Press the Mode button until the Secondary Icons letter C and the current call tone number (01 through 10) is displayed. 2. Press the Channel Up or Channel Down Call Tone Setting button to hear the other call tone settings. 3. Choose one of the following: a. Press the Mode button to enter the new Notice setting and proceed to other functions. b. Press the Lock/Enter button to enter the Channel Buttons new setting and return to Standby mode.
Customer Warranty Keystroke Tones Assistance With Keystroke Tones turned on, your radio will sound beeps each time you press a button or change a setting. Mode Button To change keystroke tones: 1. Press the Mode button until the Keystroke Secondary Icons Tones icon flashes on the display. The current on or off setting is displayed. 2. Press the Channel Up or Channel Down Keystroke Tones On button to turn keystroke tones on or off. 3. Choose one of the following: a. Press the Mode button to enter the new Notice setting and return to Standby mode. b. Press the Lock/Enter button to enter the Channel Buttons new setting and return to Standby mode.
Roger Beep Confirmation Tone Roger Beep is an audible tone that your listener will hear when you release the Talk button. This alerts the other party that you are finished talking and it is OK for them to speak. To turn roger beep on or off: Mode Button 1. Press the Mode button until the Roger Beep icon flashes on the display. The current on or off setting is displayed. 2. Press the Channel Up or Channel Down button to select roger beep on or off. Roger Beep On 3. Choose one of the following: a. Press the Mode button to enter the new setting and proceed to other functions. Channel Buttons b. Press the Lock/Enter button to enter the new setting and return to Standby mode.

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General Specifications and FCC License

General Specifications

IMPORTANT NOTICE: FCC LICENSE REQUIRED Assistance
FRS/GMRS Frequency Allocation and Compatibility
Important: Please note that Cobra GMRS models with 15 Channels may designate different channel numbers for the same frequency. For example, a Cobra 15 Channel GMRS model would need to be tuned to Channel 11 in order to communicate with a 22 Channel GMRS tuned to Channel 15. Please refer to the chart below for channel/ frequency number compatibility.

This two-way radio operates on GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service) frequencies which require an FCC (Federal Communications Commission) license. A user must be licensed prior to operating on Channels 1 through 7 on high power or 15 through 22, which comprise the GMRS channels of this radio. Serious penalties could result for unlicensed use of GMRS channels, in violation of FCC rules. Operation of this radio is subject to additional rules specified in 47 C.F.R. Part 95. Secondary Icons Licensed users will be issued a call sign by the FCC, which should be used for station identification when operating this radio. GMRS users should also cooperate by engaging in permissible transmissions only, avoiding channel interference with other GMRS users, and being prudent with the length of their transmission time. For licensing information and application forms, please call the FCC Hotline at 800-418-FORM. Request form #159 and form #605. Questions regarding Notice the license application should be directed to the FCC at 888-CALL-FCC. Additional information is available on the FCCs website at www.fcc.gov.
A = Channel No. for 22 Channel FRS/GMRS Models B = Channel No. for 15 Channel GMRS Models C = Type of Radio Service Notice D = Frequency in MHz E = Power Output A B 7 C FRS/GMRS FRS/GMRS FRS/GMRS FRS/GMRS FRS/GMRS FRS/GMRS FRS/GMRS FRS FRS FRS FRS FRS FRS FRS GMRS GMRS GMRS GMRS GMRS GMRS GMRS GMRS D 462.5625 462.5875 462.6125 462.6375 462.6625 462.6875 462.7125 467.5625 467.5875 467.6125 467.6375 467.6625 467.6875 467.7125 462.5500 462.5750 462.6000 462.6250 462.6500 462.6750 462.7000 462.7250 E High, Med, or Low High, Med, or Low High, Med, or Low High, Med, or Low High, Med, or Low High, Med, or Low High, Med, or Low Low Low Low Low Low Low Low High, Med, or Low High, Med, or Low High, Med, or Low High, Med, or Low High, Med, or Low High, Med, or Low High, Med, or Low High, Med, or Low
Channel 1 through 7 on low power and channels 8 through 14 comprise the FRS (Family Radio Service). No license is required to operate on the FRS.
Safety Information for microTALK Radios
Your wireless handheld portable transceiver contains a low power transmitter. When the talk button is pushed, it sends out radio frequency (RF) signals. The device is authorized to operate at a duty factor not to exceed 50%. In August 1996, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted RF exposure guidelines with safety levels for handheld wireless devices.

Important

FCC RF Exposure Requirements: For body-worn operation, this radio has been tested and meets the FCC RF exposure guidelines when used with Cobra accessories supplied or designated for this product. Use of other accessories may not ensure compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines. Use only the supplied Operation antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications or attachments Customer Warranty Assistance could damage the transmitter and may violate FCC regulations.

Normal Position

Hold the transmitter approximately two inches from your face and speak in a normal voice, with the antenna pointed up and away.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation 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. FCC Warnings: Replacement or substitution of transistors, regular diodes or other parts of a unique nature, with parts other than those recommended by Cobra may cause a violation of the technical regulations of part 95 of the FCC rules, or violation of type acceptance requirements of part 2 of the rules.

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Intro Operation Customer

Product Service
Product Service Questions Assistance
For any questions about operating or installing this new Cobra product, or if parts are missingPLEASE CALL COBRA FIRSTdo not return this product to the store. See customer assistance on page A1. For Products Purchased in the U.S.A. If your product should require factory service, please call Cobra first before sending your radio. This will ensure the fastest turn-around time on your repair. You may be asked to send your radio to the Cobra factory. It will be necessary to furnish the following to have the product serviced and returned. 1) Notice For warranty repair include a copy of the original sales receipt. If you send the original receipt, it cannot be returned.

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2) Send the entire product. 3) Enclose a detailed description of the problem along with the name and address of where the product is to be returned. 4) Pack radio securely to prevent damage in transit. If possible, use the original packing material. 5) Ship prepaid and insured by way of a traceable carrier such as United Parcel Service (UPS) or Priority Mail to avoid loss in transit to Cobra Factory Service: Cobra Electronics Corporation 6500 West Cortland Street Chicago, Illinois 60707 U.S.A. 6) If the radio is under warranty, it will be repaired or exchanged depending on the model. Please allow approximately three to four weeks before contacting Cobra for status. If the radio is out of warranty, a letter will automatically be sent informing you of the repair charge or replacement charge. If you have any questions, please call 773-889-3087 for assistance. For Products Purchased Outside the U.S.A. Please contact your local dealer for product service information.

 

Technical specifications

Full description

This ultra-compact GMRS/FRS two-way radio value pack offers radios with a range of up to 27 miles. Also included are rechargeable ultra high capacity (1500 mAh) lithium ion batteries and a two port desktop charger. The desktop charger wall adapter can also charge one radio through its speaker/microphone/charge jack. Other features include 10-Channel NOAA All Hazards Radio, Vibralert silent paging, VOX hands free operation, 10-channel memory, and a scan feature. You can save as many as 10 channels in the memory and then scan as many as you would like. These radios offer the maximum power output allowed by law, and include the highest capacity batteries in the industry in order to support the RF (radio frequency) output.

General
Packaged Quantity2 (specifications are for single item)
Product TypeTwo-way radio
Radio System
TypeFRS/GMRS
Channels22-channel
Max Talk Range27 miles
Call Alerts10
Vibrating AlertYes
Sub-Channels Qty142
Radio System Features
Voice Operated Transmission (VOX)Internal (iVOX)
VOX Sensitivity3-level
Channel ScanYes
Audible Call AlertYes
Keypad LockYes
Keystroke ToneYes
Time-Out TimerYes
Weather Channels10 NOAA weather channels
Additional FeaturesAuto squelch, talk confirmation tone
Display
TypeLCD display - monochrome
FeaturesBacklit
Miscellaneous
AntennaExternal
Connections1 x headset jack
Included AccessoriesBelt clip
Power
TypeDual charging stand + power adapter
Battery
Battery1 x battery
TechnologyRechargeable - lithium ion
Capacity1500 mAh
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support1 year warranty
Service & Support DetailsLimited warranty - 1 year
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandCobra Electronics
Part NumberLI 7200-2 WX VP
GTIN00834120010676, 00028377908095

 

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