74-200 S.A.M.E. Encoder helps eliminate false alarms. Its digital front panel displays up to 56 messages, specifying type of alert (tornado, hurricane, etc.). The encoder has Auto Switches to Alert with voice or multi-tone alarm. 74-200 S.A.M.E. offers a 9V Batt back-up system (9V backup batt not included). Other features include a built-in Alarm Clock, instant weather/hazard info, 24hours a day, and a 90 dB Siren. The product also includes jacks for external antenna. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Midland 74-200 photo ]
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|Nalo||7:00am on Thursday, November 4th, 2010|
|I am extremely happy with phone and some of the problems mentioned above I feel are just getting used to using the phone...|
|vw98034||5:39pm on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010|
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|Roland Reimers||4:09am on Thursday, August 5th, 2010|
|I notice in the specifications page that it says that this phone is on the 900/1900/2100MHz GSM bands, and the 850/2100MHz UTMS bands. I love this phone, I am a previous Blackberry owner and it does keep me happy that i got this instead of any of the new BB out there.|
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|Rebus||10:29am on Friday, May 14th, 2010|
|I do love this phone, despite a few shortfalls. Some of the reviews are misleading. Not for heavy use unless you have spare battery or you can keep it plugged in. Jack of all trades but definitely masters none well.|
|KevinThePure||1:35am on Sunday, March 28th, 2010|
|The worst phone I have ever had. just bought this phone.... must say my old hp6515 was better as was quicker to hop around.|
|Ultram||9:42am on Friday, March 12th, 2010|
|Having used both this and the iPhone 3G (I switched from AT&T to T-Mobile for the G1), I have to say that I miss the iPhone. i want to like this phone. i played with one in the T-mobile store. i love google and expect android to be awesome. Presents a modern 2.8-inch touch screen housed in an impressive body of brushed steel and impeccably faceted edges.|
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QUICK PROGRAMMING GUIDE for the Midland Model 74-200 Weather Radio in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area
PLEASE READ THIS FIRST
These are abbreviated instructions; please refer to the programming manual supplied with your radio for detailed questions or programming instructions. Before you begin programming, please read this entire instruction sheet first. You will need to determine the County Codes you would like to monitor before you start programming the radio. The Kansas City Metropolitan area generally includes the following counties (FIPS county codes). In Kansas: Johnson (020091); Leavenworth (020103); Miami (020121); and Wyandotte (020209). In Missouri: Cass (029037); Clay (029047); Jackson (029095); and Platte (029165). For additional county codes, please call the National Weather Service at 1-888-697-7263 or visit their web site at www.nws.noaa.gov/nwr and click on Station Listing and Coverage. Make a list of all the county codes you want to enter.
Note While programming, if keys are not pressed within 30 seconds the radio will exit out of the programming mode, causing you to begin again at step one of the programming process you were on.
Power the unit: 1. Insert 9V battery (Highly recommended for two reasons: First, power outages can occur during storms. Second, when a tornado warning is issued, proceed to a basement or interior, windowless room. Take your battery operated weather radio with you to keep informed of the event.) 2. Insert A/C adapter and plug into a 120-volt outlet. Program the time: 1. Press and release the DISP. MODE/YEAR button until time appears in upper left corner of display window. 2. Press SET (display will start flashing). 3. Press HOUR/DATE button until current hour (AM or PM) shows in window. 4. Press MIN/MONTH button until current minute shows in window. 5. Press SET to store the current time. Your weather radio is also an alarm clock. To set the alarm, press DISP. MODE/YEAR button until al time appears in upper left corner of the display window. Follow steps 2-5 above to set the alarm time. The ON/OFF switch for the alarm is on the right side of the radio. Program the date: 1. Press and release DISP. MODE/YEAR button until date appears in upper left corner of display window. 2. Press SET (display will start flashing). 3. Press HOUR/DATE button until current day of the month shows in window. 4. Press MIN/MONTH button until current month shows in window. 5. Press DISP. MODE/YEAR button until current year shows in window. 6. Press SET to store the current date. Program the local Weather Radio Frequency/County Codes: 1. Turn the weather receiver on using the MAXVOLUME-OFF switch on the right side of the radio. 2. Press the WEATHER button on the front of the unit (you should hear static). 3. Press and release DISP. MODE/YEAR button until Weather Alert appears in the display window. 4. Open the access door on the top of the unit. 5. Press and release the PROGRAM button. 6. Press 7 (the Kansas City area is served by frequency 162.550, weather channel 7). You should see channel 7 on the display. 7. 8. Press and release the YES button. The word VOICE appears on the display, press YES. If the word alert ALERT appears on the display, press NO, the word VOICE should now appear in the window press the YES button. At this point, you should see a six-digit number in the display window. If you want to keep this County Code in the memory location press and release the NO button. If you want to change the number in the display window, press and release the YES button, to clear the number. Six dashes should appear in the display window ------. Press and release the appropriate number buttons to enter the county code. (For instance: for Jackson County, MO, enter the number 029095.) When the display window shows the correct numbers, press the YES button. If you made a mistake, press the NO button and reenter your numbers followed by pressing the YES button. At this point, you should see another six-digit number in the display. If you want to monitor only one County Code press the PROGRAM button now. If you want to monitor other County Codes, repeat steps 10 and 11 until you have programmed all the County Codes you have decided to monitor (up to 15). When you have finished inputting all the County Codes, press and release the PROGRAM button to store the codes.
14. To cause the model 74-200 radio to receive ALL County Codes, enter the code of 999999. Be sure there are no other county codes but 000000 programmed into any of the other memory locations To verify codes: 1. Press and release the PROGRAM button. 2. Press and release the YES button until the first FIPS code appears in the display. 3. Press and release the NO button repeatedly until you have cycled through all the FIPS codes entered (It takes 15 pushes of the NO button to go through all memory locations.
4. Press and release the PROGRAM button to exit.
Your radio is now set to sound an alert ONLY for the counties you have programmed. Press the WEATHER button at any time to listen to the local weather. Press the WEATHER button again to return the unit to Alert mode.
Note: The local weather service office in Pleasant Hill, MO sends out a test message every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Your weather radio should beep to indicate that it is working properly. For further emergency preparedness information in your community, contact your local or county Emergency Management coordinator for additional resources.
Lenawee County Emergency Management 320 Springbrook Ave., Suite 101A Adrian, MI 49221 517-264-4759
Shortcuts and suggested settings for the Midland 74-200 weather radio First, install battery and plug into electrical outlet. Clock and Date- Press and release Disp Mode button until Time is displayed in upper left corner of the display window. Press the Set button and the display will start flashing. Press the Hour/Date button to change the hour, and press the Min/Month button to change the minute. Press the Set button to store the setting. Press and release the Disp Mode button untitl Date is displayed in the window. Press and release the Set button and the display will start flashing. Press and release the Hour/Date button to change the date. Press and release the Min/Month button to change the month. Press and release the Disp Mode/Year button to change the year. Press the Set button to store your settings. Weather Frequency- Press and release the Disp Mode button until Weather Alert shows on the display. Open the access door on top the unit to reveal the programming buttons. Press and release the Program button, then press and release the number 3 button. Now press and release the Yes button and the Program button. Alert Pattern- Press and release Disp Mode until Weather Alert shows on the display. Open the access door on top of the unit to reveal the programming buttons. Press and release the Program button, then the Yes button to display the alert pattern. If it says Voice, then press the Yes button again. If the display says Alert, press the No button to change the display to Voice, then press the Yes button. Lastly, press the Program button to finish. FIPS Code- This code tells the radio to only receive Lenawee County alerts. Press and release Disp Mode until Weather Alert shows on the display. Open the access door on top of the unit to reveal the programming buttons. Press and release the Program button, then press and release the Yes button twice to display a 6 digit code (normally 000000 or 999999). Press and release the Yes button and then use the number buttons to enter the code 026091. (If you make a mistake entering the code, press No and start over) Press and release the Yes button and then the Program button to store the code. Alert tone volume adjustment- Turn the unit over and use a coin or screwdriver to adjust the volume. Notes- On the right side of the unit are the Volume and Alarm controls. Set the Volume control where you want, but do not turn off. Leave the Alarm control in the Off position. On the front of the unit is a Weather bar. Press the bar to turn on the receiver, press again to return the receiver to standby mode. The Alert bar enables and disables the alert tone. Press the Disp Mode button on top of the receiver until the alert mode is displayed, then use the Alert bar to set to Alert On. Press Disp Mode button to store.
|Product Type||Weather alert radio|
|Sound Output Mode||Mono|
|Built-in Clock||Digital clock, alarm|
|Alarm Wake-up Modes||Buzzer|
|Additional Features||Low Battery Alert|
|Speaker(s)||1 x speaker - built-in|
|Type||Weather alert radio - digital - Weather|
|Tuner Frequency Range||Weather channels 1 - 7|
|Tuning Display||LCD display|
|Antenna Form Factor||Telescopic|
|Connector Type||1 x headphones 1 x antenna 1 x DC power input|
|Power Device||Power adapter - external|
|Battery||1 x battery - 9V|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - 1 year|
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