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22 Channels With 5 Watts of XTRA TALK Power For Up To 14 Mile Range
(7 FRS/GMRS, 7 FRS, 8 GMRS)
Clear, crisp communication with easy button access Maximum power allowed by the FCC for maximum range Blocks reception of unwanted transmissions *Maximum range can only be achieved over water or open rural areas under optimum conditions Provides constant weather / all hazards information 24 / 7 Different call tones to notify you of incoming calls For better nighttime viewing Easy Voice Activation - No need for external microphone Provides silent page / call notification Automatically checks channels for activity Removes annoying background noise Lets you save battery life Turns off all tones for quiet operation Locks in your selected settings Checks for any activity within your channel For speaker mic and headphones Provides longer battery life Indicates call completion Add optional AVP4 charger system 4 AA
5 Watts of X-TRA TALK Power 38 Privacy Codes 14 Mile Range*
NOAA Weather / All Hazards 5 Call Tones Backlit Display eVOX - 2 Sensitivity Levels Vibrating Alert Channel Scan Stealth (Auto) Squelch HI/MED/LOW Power Settings Silent Operation Keypad Lock Monitor Mic and Headphone Jacks Auto Battery Save Roger Beep Drop-in Charger Capable Battery Type
FCC license required.
Features and specifications subject to change without notice.
Pair of radios Pair of mic headsets
VALUE PACKS GXT550VP4
Pair of radios Dual desk charger AC wall adapter DC vehicle adapter Rechargeable battery packs
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES AVP1 Pack
2 Mic Headsets
Size: 4 18" H x 2 38" W x 1 38" D
Number of channels: 22 Power supply: Four (4) AA Alkaline or rechargeable batteries (not included)
1-Dual Desk Charger 1-AC Wall Adapter 1- DC Vehicle Adapter 2-Battery Packs
1120 Clay Street, North Kansas City, MO 64116 - ph: (816) 241-8500 fax: (816) 241-5713 - e-mail:email@example.com www.midlandradio.com Midland Radio Corporation. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. Spec GXT550
GXT500/550/565 Series GMRS/FRS Radio OWNER'S MANUAL
Model GXT500/550/565 Series
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction Important Notice, FCC Licensing LCD Display Controls Battery Installation Installing the Belt Clip Charging the Optional Battery Pack Low Battery Level Indicator Operating Your Radio External Speaker/Microphone Jack Troubleshooting Guide Use and Care Specifications and Frequency Charts Warranty Information MIDLAND Family Products Accessories Accessories Order Form
Welcome to the world of Midland electronics
Congratulations on your purchase of a high quality MIDLAND product. Your 2-way radio represents the state-of-the-art in high-tech engineering. Designed for GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service) operation, this compact package is big in performance. It is a quality piece of electronic equipment, skillfully constructed with the finest components. The circuitry is all solid-state and mounted on a rugged printed circuit board. Your two-way radio is designed for reliable and trouble-free performance for years to come. Features
22 GMRS/FRS Channel 38 Privacy Codes eVOX Selectable CALL Tone Weather (WX) Band Receiver VIBRATE ALERT SCAN Function MONITOR Function Roger Beep Tone Silent Operation Key Pad Lock Power High / Power Low Settings Speaker / Microphone Jacks Battery Low Indicator
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions : (1) this device does not cause harmful interference, and (2) this radio must accept any interference that may cause undesired operation. To maintain compliance with FCCs RF exposure guidelines, for body-worn operation, this radio has been tested and meets the FCC RF exposure guidelines when used with Midland Radio Corp. accessories supplied or designated for this product. Use of other accessories may not ensure compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines. (Tested with Headset Model: AVP-1)
IMPORTANT NOTICE, FCC LICENSE REQUIRED FOR GMRS OPERATION
The GXT500/550/565 Series operates on GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service) frequencies which require an FCC (Federal Communications Commission) license. You must be licensed prior to operating on channels 1 - 7 or 15 - 22, which comprise the GMRS channels of the GXT500/550/565 Series. Serious penalties could result for unlicensed use of GMRS channels, in violation of FCC rules, as stipulated in the Communications Act's Sections 501 and 502 (amended). You will be issued a call sign by the FCC which should be used for station identification when operating the radio on GMRS channels. You 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. To obtain a license or ask questions about the license application, contact the FCC at 1-888-CALL FCC or go to the FCC's website: www.fcc.gov/services/personal/generalmobile/licensing.html Exposure To Radio Frequency Energy
Your Midland radio is designed to comply with the following national and international standards and guidelines regarding exposure of human being to radio frequency electromagnetic energy: - United States Federal Communications Commission, Code of Federal Regulations: 47 CFR part 2 sub-part J - American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE) C95. 1-1992 - Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineer (IEEE) C95. 1-1999 Edition - National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP) of the United States, Report 86, 1986 - International Commission on Non-lonizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) 1998 To control your exposure and ensure compliance with the general population or uncontrolled environment exposure limits, transmit no more than 50% of the time. The radio generates measurable RF energy exposure only when transmitting. IMPORTANT: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by MIDLAND RADIO CORP. could void your right to operate this unit. Your radio is set up to transmit a regulated signal on an assigned frequency. It is against the law to alter or adjust the settings inside the COMMUNICATOR to exceed those limitations. Any adjustment to your radio must be made by qualified technicians.
1. LOW BATTERY ICON Indicates the battery level is low. 2. TRANSMIT (TX) ICON Indicates radio is transmitting a signal. 3. eVOX Indicates when eVOX mode is active. 4. CHANNEL NUMBER Changes from 1~22 on GMRS/FRS band (1~10 on WX band). 5. RECEIVE (RX) ICON Indicates radio is receiving a transmission. 6. KEY LOCK ICON Indicates KEY LOCK mode is on. 7. WX BAND ICON Indicates when the radio is in Weather Band mode 8. VIBRATE-ALERT ICON Indicates when the Vibrate-Alert feature is on 9. PRIVACY CODE Indicates Privacy Code selected by user (oF~38). 10. TRANSMIT POWER LEVEL ICON Indicates TX Power setting (H/M/L)
11. POWER/VOLUME KNOB Turn clockwise to turn the power on and increase the volume level. Turn counter-clockwise to decrease the volume level and turn the power off. 12. PTT Button Press and hold to transmit voice communication. 13. CALL/LOCK Button Press to send a CALL tone signal. Press and hold to turn KEY LOCK on/off. 14. MIC Built-in microphone. 15. SPEAKER Built-in speaker. 16. ANTENNA. 17. EXTERNAL SPEAKER/MIC JACK. 18. MENU Button Press to access Menu mode. Press and hold to go to WX Band Receiver mode. 19. MONITOR/SCAN Button Press to enter SCAN mode. Press and hold to enter MONITOR mode 20. UP and DOWN Button Make adjustments in MENU mode.
Your GXT500/550/565 Series radio operates with either 4 AA alkaline batteries or an optional NiMH battery pack. The belt clip should be removed (see below) to ease installation or removal of the batteries. To install the batteries: 1. With the back of the radio facing you, remove the belt clip (see diagram below) for easy access, then remove the Battery Cover by pressing down on the top center and sliding it down from the radio. 2. Insert 4 AA batteries observing the polarity as shown. Installing the batteries incorrectly will prevent the unit from operating or may damage the unit. 3. Return the Battery Cover by sliding it up on the radio. Replace the belt clip, making sure it locks into place.
BELT CLIP LOCK TAB
One Battery inserted in this slot
BATTERY COMPARTMENT BATTERY COMPARTMENT COVER Press here and push down to open
BELT CLIP LATCH
INSTALLING THE BELT CLIP To install the BELT CLIP, slide the clip down into the slot on the back of the radio until the BELT CLIP LATCH clicks. To remove the BELT CLIP, press the LOCK TAB down , then gently pull the belt clip up toward the top of the radio.
CHARGING THE OPTIONAL BATTERY PACK
Your GXT500/550/565 Series is equipped for using an optional rechargeable NiMH battery pack (not included) which can be recharged using a desktop charger (not included). Initial charge time is 24 hours with a charge time of 12 hours thereafter. For maximum battery life, we recommend charging the battery pack when the low battery icon comes on. Remove the radios from the charger when the charge time expires. To charge using a Desktop Charger: 1. Place the rechargeable battery packs in the radios. 2. Connect the AC adapter into an AC wall outlet. 3. Insert the AC adapter plug (or DC Cigarette Lighter adapter if charging in vehicle) into the desktop charger jack. 4. Place the units into the desktop charger slot and note that the LED indicator with RED color will light up, indicating charging function. In order to ensure that the battery pack is fully charged, it is recommended that the battery pack be charged for at least 12 hours.
1. Only use our NiMH battery pack. 2. Do not attempt to charge alkaline batteries or any batteries or battery packs other than the one indicated in the manual. This may cause leakage and damage to the radio. 3. For long term storage of the radio, turn the radio OFF and remove the batteries from the radio.
LOW BATTERY LEVEL INDICATOR
Your GXT500/550/565 Series has a LOW BATTERY ICON which will only appear on the LCD display if the battery voltage level is low. At this point, the battery needs to be charged for at least 12hrs.
OPERATING YOUR RADIO
POWER ON/OFF AND VOLUME Rotate the POWER/VOLUME knob clockwise to turn the radio on and increase the volume level. Rotate the control counter-clockwise to reduce the volume level and to turn the radio off. During Power On, the radio will beep 3 times with different tones, the LCD will display a self-test message for 1 second and the LCD display will indicate the last channel selected. TRANSMITTING AND RECEIVING A CALL To communicate, all radios in your group must be set to the same channel and Privacy Code. 1. For maximum clarity, hold the radio 2 to 3 inches from your mouth. 2. Press and hold the PTT button and speak in a normal voice into the microphone. The TX icon will appear continuously on the LCD Display while transmitting. 3. To receive a call, release the PTT button. The RX icon will appear on the display when your radio is receiving a transmission. ABOUT RANGE Your GXT Series radios are designed to give you maximum range under optimum conditions. Optimum Conditions are: l Over water l Open rural areas without obstructions l Flat areas where you can see the other person To ensure you get maximum range: l Be sure to use fresh or fully charged batteries - low batteries will cause low power conditions l Be sure you are on a GMRS channel - FRS channels are restricted by the FCC to low power l Be sure to set your radio to use Hi power.
GXT500/550/565 SERIES QUICK REFERENCE CHART
MENU Channel Privacy Power eVOX Vibrate
Roger Beep Call Tone
Press & hold Menu button
1~22 WX Channel
MONITOR Pressing and holding the MONITOR button for 1 second will let you hear noise so you can adjust the volume level of the radio when not receiving a signal. This should be used to check activity on your current channel before transmitting. Press and hold the MONITOR button for 1 second again to get out of MONITOR mode. SCAN Your GXT500/550/565 Series can scan all 22 channels for activity. To enter, quickly press the SCAN button. Repeat the same procedure to exit. Your radio will rapidly scan each of the 22 channels and stop on any active channel for 5 seconds before resuming scan. When you press the PTT button to transmit on an active channel, the scanning function will stop and remain on the active channel. To resume scanning, quickly press the SCAN button.
CALL TONE Your GXT500/550/565 Series can transmit a call tone for a fixed length of time. To send a call tone, press the CALL button. The TX icon will appear while transmitting a call tone and a tone can be heard on the speaker for confirmation. KEYPAD LOCK To avoid accidentally changing the radio setting, press the LOCK button for 4 seconds. The KEY LOCK icon will appear on the display. PTT and CALL will still be active. Repeat the same procedure to unlock the keypad. DISPLAY ILLUMINATION During Power on, the display illumination will activate for approx. 7 seconds. The display illumination can also be activated when the MENU button is pressed. CHANNEL SELECTION (GMRS/FRS BAND) Press the MENU button once, and then the / buttons to select one of the 22 GMRS/FRS channels. To confirm the selection, press the PTT button or press the MENU button again to move to the next feature setting.
SETTING PRIVACY CODES Your GXT500/550/565 Series has 38 Privacy codes available. The selected Privacy Code may be different for each channel. To select a Privacy Code for the current channel press the MENU button twice, and then the / buttons to select one of the 38 Privacy Codes. To confirm the selection, press the PTT button or press MENU button again to move to the next feature setting.
Note : Selecting a Privacy Code of "oF" will disable the Privacy feature. To communicate between two GXT500/550/565 Series radios, all radios in your group must be set to the same channel and Privacy Code selections.
TRANSMIT (TX) POWER LEVEL SELECTION :
Your GXT500/550/565 Series has 3 power level settings. To select the power level on channels 1~7 and 15~22, press the MENU button three times, a Pr icon will appear blinking on the display. Then press the / buttons to select TRANSMIT POWER LEVEL icon (H: Hi/ M: Mid/L: Lo). To confirm, press the PTT button or press MENU button again to move to the next feature setting. When the PTT button is pressed during Low Battery Level condition, the TX Power will automatically switch from Hi(H) to Lo(L) level.
Note : You cannot adjust the power setting on the FRS channels (8~14). They are set to Low power per FCC regulations.
eVOX (Hands-free Transmission) Your GXT500/550/565 Series has 2 eVOX level settings: (oF/1/2). To set eVOX, press the MENU button four times. The display shows VOX blinking while on the right of the CHANNEL NUMBER display, an oF icon appears. Select 1 or 2 by pressing the / buttons and push the PTT key, or press MENU button again to move to the next feature setting. eVOX will be more sensitive on the 2 setting than on the 1 setting. To turn eVOX off, press the MENU button four times. The display shows VOX blinking while on the right of the CHANNEL NUMBER display, a 1 or 2 icon appears. Select oF by pressing the / buttons and push the PTT key, or press MENU button again to move to the next feature setting. www.midlandradio.com
VIBRATE ALERT To turn the VIBRATE ALERT on, press the MENU button five times so the display will show the VIBRATE-ALERT icon blinking, while on the right of the CHANNEL NUMBER, an oF icon appears. Select on by pressing the / buttons and push the PTT button, or press MENU button again to move to the next feature setting. The VIBRATE ALERT icon will remain on the display. To turn the VIBRATE ALERT off, press the MENU button five times, so the display will show the VIBRATE ALERT icon blinking, while on the right of the CHANNEL NUMBER, an on icon appears. Select oF by pressing the / buttons and push the PTT button, or press MENU button to move to the next feature setting. The VIBRATE ALERT icon will go off. ROGER BEEP (end of transmission) TONE When the PTT button is released, the radio will beep to confirm to other users that your transmission has finished. To turn the ROGER BEEP tone on, press the MENU button until the display shows an rb icon while on the right of the rb display, an oF icon appears. Select on by pressing the / buttons and push the PTT key, or press MENU button to move to the next feature setting. To turn the ROGER BEEP tone off, press the MENU button until the display shows an rb icon while on the right of the rb display, an on icon appears. Select oF by pressing the / buttons and push the PTT key, or press MENU button to move to the next feature setting.
CALL TONE SELECTION Your GXT500/550/565 Series has 5 selectable CALL TONES. To select, press the MENU button until a CA icon appears and to the right of the CA icon the current CALL TONE setting is displayed. Then press the / buttons to make the CALL TONE selections - the radio will emit a corresponding tone for each selection. To confirm, press the PTT button or press MENU button to move to the next feature setting. SILENT OPERATION Your GXT500/550/565 Series has a SILENT OPERATION mode. In this mode, all beeps and tones are disabled. To turn the SILENT OPERATION mode on, press the MENU button until the display shows an bP icon while on the right of the bP display, an on icon appears. Select of by pressing the / buttons and push the PTT key or MENU button. To turn the SILENT OPERATION mode off, press the MENU button until the display shows an bP icon while on the right of the bP display, an oF icon appears. Select on by pressing the / buttons and push the PTT key or MENU button. WEATHER (WX) BAND RECEIVER Your GXT500/550/565 Series has a WEATHER (WX) BAND RECEIVER function, to enable user to receive weather alert/reports from designated NOAA stations. To turn the WEATHER (WX) RECEIVER on, press and hold the MENU button for 3 seconds. The current WX CHANNEL and WX BAND icon will appear on the display. Press the MENU button and the / buttons to select one of the 10 WX BAND channels. To confirm, press the PTT button or MENU button. To turn the WEATHER (WX) RECEIVER off, press and hold the MENU button for 3 seconds. The current GMRS/FRS radio setting will be displayed and the WX BAND icon will go off.
EXTERNAL SPEAKER/MICROPHONE JACK : Your GXT500/550/565 Series can be used with an optional external speaker/microphone or headset, freeing your hands for other tasks. To use an optional speaker / microphone or headset: Insert the plug(s) into the SPK/MIC jacks Place the earbud into your ear, and adjust the mic into your desired position.
No Power Cannot Receive Messages
- Check battery installation and/or replace batteries - Confirm the radios have the same channel and Privacy Code settings. - Make sure that you are within range of the other transceivers. - Buildings and other structures may interfere with your communication. (See ABOUT RANGE on Page 8) - Make sure key lock is not on. See "Keypad Lock" (Page 10). - Radio might need to be reset. Turn radio off then on. - Ensure accessory microphone is set properly - Recharge or replace batteries. - Contacts on the back of the radio may require cleaning. - Ensure the outlet where the charger is plugged into is functioning properly. - Check that the battery pack is installed in the radio properly.
Radio is not responding to button presses
Display is dim Charger not functioning
USE AND CARE : 1. Use a soft damp cloth to clean the radio 2. Do not use alcohol or cleaning solutions to clean the radio. 3. Do not immerse the radio in water. 4. Dry the radio with dry lint-free cloth should it get wet. 5. Turn off the radio and remove the batteries during long-term storage. If you have a problem which you believe requires service, please call first and speak with a service technician. Many problems can be remedied over the phone without returning the unit for service. Page 15 www.midlandradio.com
Model GXT500/550/565 Series SPECIFICATIONS
Channels 22 GMRS/FRS Channels +38 Privacy Codes
10 Weather (WX) Band Channels
Operating Frequency UHF 462.5500 ~ 467.7125 MHz Power Source 4 AA Alkaline or 6.0V Rechargeable Ni-MH battery pack
GMRS/FRS FREQUENCY CHART (MHz)
CH. No CH. Freq. 462.5625 462.5875 462.6125 462.6375 462.6625 462.6875 462.7125 467.5625 CH. No CH. Freq. 467.5875 467.6125 467.6375 467.6625 467.6875 467.7125 462.5500 462.5750 CH. No CH. Freq. 462.6000 462.6250 462.6500 462.6750 462.7000 462.7250
* Channels 8~14 are low-power FRS license free channels
WEATHER (WX) RECEIVER FREQUENCY CHART (MHz)
CH. No 5
CH. Freq. 162.550 162.400 162.475 162.425 162.450
CH. No 10
CH. Freq. 162.500 162.525 161.650 161.775 163.275
* Channel 8,9 and 10 are designated Canadian Marine Frequencies
PRIVACY CODES FREQUENCY CHART (Hz)
Code Freq. 67.0 71.9 74.4 77.0 79.7 82.5 85.4 88.5 Code Freq. 91.5 94.8 97.4 100.0 103.5 107.2 110.9 114.8 Code Freq. 118.8 123.0 127.3 131.8 136.5 141.3 146.2 151.4 Code Freq. 156.7 162.2 167.9 173.8 179.9 186.2 192.8 203.5 Code Freq. 210.7 218.1 225.7 233.6 241.8 250.3
Note: Privacy codes can be programmed for use on any channel
Model GXT500/550/565 Series LIMITED WARRANTY
Midland Radio Corporation will repair or replace, at its option without charge, any Midland FRS/GMRS transceiver which fails due to a defect in material or workmanship within Three Years following the initial consumer purchase. This warranty does not apply to water damage, battery leak or abuse. This warranty does not include any carrying cases, earphones, or antennas, which may be a part of or included with the warranted product, or the cost of labor for removal or re-installation of the product in a vehicle or other mounting. Performance of any obligation under this warranty may be obtained by returning the warranted product, freight prepaid, along with proof of purchase to: Midland Radio Corporation Warranty Service Department 5900 Parretta Drive Kansas City, MO 64120 This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state. Note : The above warranty applies only to merchandise purchased in the United States of America or any of the territories or possessions thereof, or from a U.S. Military exchange. Midland Radio Corporation 5900 Parretta Drive Kansas City, MO 64120 Tel: (816) 241-8500 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org URL: www.midlandradio.com
Accessories can be purchased at www.midlandradio.com or fill in the form on the following page and mail it to our address. AVP-1 - 2 Over the Ear Mic. Headsets w/ PTT
AVP-Dual Desk Charger 2 Rechargeable battery packs 1 AC Adapter 1 DC Cigarette lighter adapter
- $39.95 Page 18 www.midlandradio.com
ACCESSORIES ORDER FORM
Please send Money Order or fill in Visa/MasterCard information and mail to the address below. Please DO NOT send cash or checks. Make Money Order to Midland Radio Corporation. Name: _____________________________________________________ Address: ___________________________________________________ City: _____________________ State _____Zip Code _____________ Tel: ______________________ email: ___________________________ CC# _____________________ Type: __________ Exp. ____________
Mail To: Midland Radio Corporation AVP-1 $19.95 Consumer. Dept. 5900 Parretta Drive AVP-4 $39.95 Kansas City, MO 64120 ---------------Sub-Total ___________ Or Call 816.241.8500. Tax (MO, CO, IL, FL only) ___________ ---------------S & H (U.S. only) _____ $14.95 To order online go to Total $___________ www.midlandradio.com Qty Item Price Total
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Note: Features & Specifications are subject to change without notice. MIDLAND is not responsible for unintentional errors or omissions on its packaging.
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