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The supplied antenna provides good results over the entire frequency range of the transceiver. However, for enhanced coverage in remote areas, an external mobile or base station antenna may prove beneficial.
To install the supplied antenna
Hold the bottom end of the antenna, then screw it onto the mating connector on the transceiver until it is snug. Do not over-tighten by use of extreme force. Notes: m Never transmit without having an antenna connected. m When installing the supplied antenna, never hold the upper part of the antenna while screwing it onto the mating connector on the transceiver. m Remember that a large base-station antenna will have considerably more gain than the supplied rubber flex antenna, and this added gain may degrade the ability of the VX-110 to resist intermodulation-type interference. The installation of a suitable 144-148 MHz bandpass filter in the coaxial line to a base station will usually eliminate such interference, if encountered.
SWITCHING POWER ON AND OFF
Be sure the battery pack is installed. Connect the antenna to the top panel ANTENNA jack. Switch on the transceiver by rotating the VOL control clockwise out of the click-stop (a momentary beep will sound).
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME LEVEL
Rotate the VOL control (immediately to the right of the Antenna) to set the desired audio level. Clockwise rotation increases the volume level.
Set the SQL control fully counterclockwise, rotate the VOL control out of the click-stop and adjust it for a comfortable volume on the noise or a received signal. The BUSY/TX indicator LED should glow green. If a signal is present, rotate the DIAL selector on the top panel to a channel where only noise is heard. Adjust the SQL control just to the point where the noise is silenced and the Green LED is extinguished. If the SQL control is set further clockwise, sensitivity to weak signals will be reduced. Now, whenever a signal reaches the receiver that is strong enough to open the squelch, the indicator will glow green.
When you wish to transmit, wait until the channel is clear (BUSY/TX lamp off), and squeeze the PTT switch. During transmission the BUSY/TX indicator glows red, and relative transmitter power output is indicated graphically along the bottom of the display. Release the PTT switch to receive. If using a version B (in Europe), press the T-CALL switch (just below the PTT switch) to transmit a 1750 Hz tone to access repeaters that require it.
Tone Burst For repeaters using 1750-Hz burst tone access, you can configure the switch below the PTT to send the access tone when this switch is pressed. See page 12 for details.
Manual Repeater Shift Activation
When a repeater shift is active, either or + appears in the display. If neither appears when tuned to a repeater output frequency, you can activate the shift manually:
Press the [F ] key, then immediately press the [M/V(SET)] key to enter the Set mode. Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #3 (RPT). Press the [F ] key to enable modification of the current setting. Rotate the DIAL to select the desired repeater shift direction (-RPT, +RPT or SIMP). Press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.
Setting repeater Tx Offset
Although you should keep the repeater offset programmed to that used in your area, you can change the default repeater offset for special applications:
Press the [F] key, then immediately press the [M/V(SET)] key to enter the Set mode. Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #4 (SHIFT). Press the [F] key to enable modification of the current setting. Rotate the DIAL to select the new shift offset frequency (selectable in 50-kHz incre Press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.
Checking the Repeater Uplink (Input) Frequency
It often is helpful to be able to check the uplink (input) frequency of a repeater, to see if the calling station is within direct (Simplex) range. To do this, just press the [REV(DTMF)] key momentarily. To return to the normal uplink/ downlink frequency relationship, repeat this step. ments only).
In order to prevent accidental frequency change or inadvertent transmission, various aspects of the VX-110s keys and switches may be locked out. The possible lockout combinations are: KEY: DIAL: K + D: PTT: K + P: D + P: ALL: Just the front panel keys are locked out Just the top panel DIAL is locked out Both the DIAL and Keys are locked out The PTT switch is locked (TX not possible) Both the keys and PTT switch are locked out Both the DIAL and PTT switch are locked out All of the above are locked out
To lock out some or all of the keys:
Press the [F ] key, then press the [M/V(SET)] key to enter the Set mode. Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #30 (LK MODE). Press the [F] key to enable setting of the Lock mode (which defines which keys/func Rotate the DIAL to choose between one of the locking schemes as outlined above. Once you have made your selection, press the PTT key momentarily to save the new To activate the locking feature, press the [F] key, then press the [RPT(LOCK)] key.
The icon will appear on the LCD. To cancel keyboard locking, again press the [F] key, followed by the [RPT(LOCK)] key. setting and resume normal operation. tions are to be locked out).
RECEIVE BATTERY SAVER S ETUP
An important feature of the VX-110 is its Receive Battery Saver, which puts the radio to sleep for a time interval, periodically waking it up to check for activity. This feature significantly reduces quiescent battery drain, and you may change the amount of sleep time between activity checks using the Menu System: Press the [F] key, then press the [M/V(SET)] key to enter the Set mode. Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #8 (RX SAVE). Press the [F ] key to enable adjustment of this Menu item. Rotate the DIAL to select the desired Sleep duration. The selections available are 200 ms, 300 ms, 500 ms, 1 second, and 2 seconds, or OFF. The default value is 200 ms. When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation. When you are operating on Packet, switch the Receive Battery Saver OFF, as the sleep cycle may Collide with the beginning of an incoming Packet transmission, causing your TNC not to receive the full data burst. Likewise, during voice operation, part of the first word of an incoming transmission maybe cut off during (normal) Battery Saver operation.
TX BATTERY SAVER
The VX-110 also includes a useful Transmit Battery Saver, which will automatically lower the power output level when the last signal received was very strong. With the Transmit Battery Saver, the automatic selection of Low Power operation conserves battery drain significantly. To activate the Transmit Battery Saver: Press the [F] key, then press the [M/V(SET)] key to enter the Set mode. Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #9 (TX SAVE). Press the [F ] key to enable adjustment of this Menu item. Rotate the DIAL so as to select ON (thus activating the Transmit Battery Saver). When you have completed your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.
KEYPAD /LCD ILLUMINATION
Your VX-110 includes a reddish illumination lamp which aids in nighttime operation. Three options for activating the lamp are provided: KEY : 5SEC : Pressing any key (except PTT) causes the lamp to provide illumination for 5 seconds, after which the lamp will automatically shut off. Pressing the LAMP switch momentarily causes the lamp to provide illumination for 5 seconds, after which the lamp will automatically shut off.
TOGGLE : Pressing the LAMP switch momentarily Toggles the lamp on and off. The lamp will stay illuminated until you press the LAMP switch once more. Here is the procedure for setting up the Lamp mode:
Press the [F] key, then immediately press the [M/V(SET )] key to activate the Set mode. Now rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #19 (LMP MOD). Press the [F] key to enable modification of the current setting. Next, rotate the DIAL to select one of the three modes described above. When you have made your choice, press the PTT key to save the new setting for Menu
Item #21. The transceiver will now return to normal operation.
AUTOMATIC POWER-OFF (APO) FEATURE
The APO feature helps conserve battery life by automatically turning the radio off after a user-defined period of time within which there has been no dial or key activity. The available selections for the time before power-off are 0.5/1/3/5/8 hours, as well as APO Off. The default condition for the APO is OFF, and here is the procedure for activating it: Press the [F ] key, then press the [M/V(SET)] key to enter the Set mode. Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #10 (APO). Press the [F] key to enable adjustment of this Menu item. Rotate the DIAL to select the desired time period after which the radio will automatically shut down. Once you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.
BUSY CHANNEL LOCK-O UT (BCLO)
The BCLO feature prevents the radios transmitter from being activated if a signal strong enough to break through the Noise squelch is present. The default setting for the BCLO is OFF, and here is how to change that setting:
Press the [F ] key, then press the [M/V(SET)] key to enter the Set mode. Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #21 (BCLO). Press the [F] key to enable adjustment of this Menu item. Rotate the DIAL to set the BCLO feature to the ON position. Press the PTT key to save the new setting and resume normal operation.
DISABLING THE BUSY/TX LED
Further battery conservation may be accomplished by disabling the BUSY/TX LED. Use the following procedure: Press the [F] key, then press the [M/V(SET)] key to enter the Set mode. Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #11 (TRX LED). Press the [F] key to enable adjustment of this Menu item. Rotate the DIAL to set this Menu item to OFF (thus disabling the BUSY/TX LED). Press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.
CTCSS T ONE FREQUENCY (Hz)
67.0 88.5 114.8 151.4 203.5 69.3 91.5 118.8 156.7 210.7 71.9 94.8 123.0 162.2 218.1 74.4 97.4 127.3 167.9 225.7 77.0 100.0 131.8 173.8 233.6 79.7 103.5 136.5 179.9 241.8 82.5 107.2 141.3 186.2 250.3 85.4 110.9 146.2 192.8 -
Another form of tone access control is Digital Code Squelch, or DCS. It is a newer, more advanced tone system which generally provides more immunity from false paging than does CTCSS. The DCS Encoder/Decoder is built into your VX-110, and operation is very similar to that just described for CTCSS. Your repeater system may be configured for DCS; if not, it is frequently quite useful in Simplex operation if your friend(s) use transceivers equipped with this advanced feature. Just as in CTCSS operation, DCS requires that you set the Tone Mode to DCS and that you select a tone code.
Press the [F] key, then immediately press the [M/V(SET)] key to enter the Set mode. Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #23 (SQL TYP). Press the [F] key to enable modification of the current setting. Rotate the DIAL until DCS appears on the display; this activates the DCS Encoder/
Decoder. When you have made your selection of the DCS mode, press the PTT key. Re-enter the Set mode, then rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #25 (DCS SET). Press the [F] key to enable modification of the current setting. Rotate the DIAL to select the desired DCS Code (a three-digit number). Ask the repeater owner/operator if you dont know DCS Code; if you are working simplex, just set up the DCS Code to be the same as that used by your friend(s). When you have made your selection, press the [F] key, then press the PTT key to save the new settings and exit to normal operation. Remember that the DCS is an Encode/Decode system, so your receiver will remain muted until a matching DCS code is received on an incoming transmission. Switch the DCS off when youre just tuning around the band!
DCS C ODE
TONE S EARCH SCANNING
In operating situations where you dont know the CTCSS or DCS tone being used by another station or stations, you can command the radio to listen to the incoming signal and scan in search of the tone being used. Two things must be remembered in this regard: m You must be sure that your repeater uses the same tone type (CTCSS vs. DCS). m Some repeaters do not pass the CTCSS tone; you may have to listen to the station(s) transmitting on the repeater uplink (input) frequency in order to allow Tone Search Scanning to work.
To scan for the tone in use:
Set the radio up for either CTCSS or DCS Decoder operation (see the previous discus-
sions). In the case of CTCSS, T SQ will appear on the display; in the case of DCS, DCS will appear on the display. Press the [F ] key, then immediately press the [M/V(SET)] key to enter the Set mode. Rotate the DIAL to select the TN SET Menu item (when TONE SQL is selected) or DCS SET (during DCS operation). Press the [F ] key, then press and hold in the [s] or [t] key to start scanning for the incoming CTCSS or DCS tone/code. When the radio detects the correct tone or code, it will halt on that tone/code, and audio will be allowed to pass. Press the [F] key to lock in that tone/code. Press the [F] key, then press the PTT key to save the new settings and exit to normal operation. If the Tone Scan feature does not detect a tone or code, it will continue to scan indefinitely. When this happens, it may be that the other station is not sending any tone. You can press the PTT switch to halt the scan at any time. You also can press the MONI key during Tone Scanning to listen to the (muted) signal from the other station. When you release the MONI key, Tone Scanning will resume after about a second.
CTCSS/DCS BELL OPERATION
During CTCSS Decode or DCS operation, you may set the VX-110 up such that a ringing Bell sound alerts you to the fact that a call is coming in. Here is the procedure for activating the Bell will ring in accordance with this programming.
Set the transceiver up for CTCSS Decode (TONE SQL or DCS operation, as described previously. Adjust the operating frequency to the desired channel. Press the [F ] key, then press the [M/V(SET)] key to activate the Set mode. Rotate the DIAL to select Menu Item #17 (BELL). Press the [F] key to enable adjustment of the Bell ringer. Rotate the DIAL to set the desired number of rings of the Bell. The available choices are 1, 3, 5, or 8 rings, REPEAT (continuous ringing), or OFF. Press the PTT key momentarily to save the new setting and exit to normal operation.
When a station calls you whose transceiver is sending a CTCSS tone or DCS code which matches that set into your Decoder, the Bell will ring in accordance to this programming.
The VX-110 provides a wide variety of memory system resources. These include: m 209 Standard memory channels, numbered 1 through 199, and labeled L1 ~ L5 and U1 ~ U5. m A Home channel, allowing storage and quick recall of one prime frequency.
LABELING M EMORIES
You may wish to append an alpha-numeric Tag (label) to a memory or memories, to aid in recollection of the channels use (such as a club name, etc.). This is easily accomplished using the Set mode.
Recall the memory channel on which you wish to append a label. Press the [F ] key, then press the [M/V(SET)] key, to enter the Menu mode. Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #1 (ALPHA). Press the [F] key to enable changing of this Menu item. Press the [F] key, then press the [F] key again, to begin entry of the label. Rotate the DIAL to select the first digit of the desired label. When you have made your
selection, press the[s] key momentarily to move to the next character. Repeat the previous step to program the remaining letters, numbers, or symbols of the desired label. A total of seven characters may be used in the creation of a label. When you have completed the creation of the label, press the [F] key, then press the PTT key to save the label and exit to normal operation.
To activate Alphanumeric Tags:
Press the [F ] key, then press the [M/V(SET)] key, to enter the Set mode. Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #1 (ALPHA). Press the [F] key to enable changing of this Menu item. Rotate the DIAL to set the ALPHA. When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit
MASKING M EMORIES
There may be situations where you want to Mask memories so they are not visible during memory selection or scanning. For example, several memories used only in a city you visit infrequently may be stored, then Masked until you visit that city, at which time you can Unmask them for normal use.
Press the [M/V(SET)] key, if needed, to enter the MR mode. Press and hold in the [F] key for 1/2 second, then rotate the DIAL to select the memory
channel to be Masked from view. Press the [M/V(SET)] key. The display will revert to memory channel #1. If you rotate the DIAL to the location you just Masked, you will observe that it is now invisible. To Unmask the hidden memory, repeat the above procedure: press and hold in the [F] key for 1/2 second, rotate the DIAL to select the masked memorys number, then press [M/V(SET)] to restore the memory channels data.
MEMORY ONLY MODE
This allows operation only on stored memories, which are displayed by name (if any) at the right, and the memory channel number to the left. No frequency is displayed, and only CH.nn will appear if you havent assigned an Alphanumeric name to a memory. Repeater shift and tone setting indicators are displayed in the Memory Only mode, although they cannot be changed. Here is the procedure for activating the Memory Only mode:
When you have some very active channels stored in memories, you may wish to skip them when scanning, but still have them available for manual selection. Such channels may be Skipped during scanning, if you like: Set the radio to the Memory Mode by pressing the [M/V(SET)] key, if necessary. Rotate the DIAL to select the Memory Channel to be skipped during scanning. Press the [F] key momentarily (not for 1/2 second), then press the [M/V(SET )] key (momentarily). A small SKIP will appear to the LCD. indicating it is to be ignored during scanning. To re-institute the channel into the scanning loop, repeat the above three steps (the Skipped channel will, of course, still be accessible via manual channel selection methods using the DIAL in the MR mode).
AUTOMATIC LAMP ILLUMINATION ON SCAN S TOP
The VX-110 will automatically illuminate the LCD Lamp whenever the scanner stops on a signal (the default condition for this feature is ON). The procedure for disabling the Scan Lamp is:
Press the [F] key, then press the [M/V(SET)] key, to enter the Set mode. Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #7 (SCN LMP). Press the [F ] key to enable changing of this Menu item. Rotate the DIAL to set this Menu item to OFF. When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit
BAND EDGE BEEPER
The VX-110 will automatically beep when a band edge is encountered during scanning (either in standard VFO scanning). You may disable this feature, if it is annoying, without disabling the keypad beeper (the default condition for this feature is ON. The procedure for disabling the Band-Edge Beeper is:
Press the [F ] key, then press the [M/V(SET)] key, to enter the Set mode. Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #16 (EDGE BP). Press the [F] key to enable changing of this Menu item. Rotate the DIAL to set this Menu item to OFF. When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit
SMART SEARCH OPERATION
The Smart Search feature allows you to load frequencies automatically according to where activity is encountered by your radio. When Smart Search is engaged, the transceiver will search above and below your current frequency, storing active frequencies as it goes (without stopping on them even momentarily); these frequencies are stored into a special Smart Search memory bank, consisting of 31 memories (15 above the current frequency, 15 below the current frequency, plus the current frequency itself). Two basic operating modes for Smart Search are available: SINGLE: In this mode, the transceiver will sweep the current band once in each direction starting on the current frequency. All channels where activity is present will be loaded into the Smart Search memories; whether or not all 31 memories are filled, the search will stop after one sweep in each direction. CONTINUE: In this mode, the transceiver will make one pass in each direction as with One-Shot searching; if all 31 channels are not filled after the first sweep, however, the radio will continue sweeping until they are all filled.
To send the telephone number:
Press the PTT switch to begin transmission. Press the [s] or [t] key, to select the DTMF Memory (d1 to d9) in which the
number is stored that you wish to dial. Press the [REV(DTMF)] key to begin sending the DTMF string. Once the string begins, you may release the PTT key, as the transmitter will be held on the air until the DTMF string is completed.
ARTS (Automatic Range Transponder System) Operation
The ARTS feature uses DCS signaling to inform both parties when you and another ARTSequipped station are within communications range. This may be particularly useful during Search-and Rescue situations, where is important to stay in contact with other members of your group. If the other radio is in range, the beeper will sound (if enabled) and the display will show IN RNG as opposed to the out of range display OUT RNG in which ARTS operation begins. If you move out of range for more than one minute (four pollings), your radio will sense that no signal has been received, three beeps will sound, and the display will revert to OUT RNG. If you move back into range, your radio will again beep, and the display will change back to the IN RNG indication. You must terminate ARTS in order to resume normal operation. This is a safety feature designed to prevent accidental loss of contact due to channel change, etc. Here is how to activate ARTS:
BASIC ARTS SETUP AND OPERATION
Set your radio and the other radio(s) to the same DCS code number, per the discussion Press the [F] key, then press the [M/V(SET)] key, to enter the Set mode. Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #12 (ARTS). Press the [F ] key to enable adjustment of this Menu item. Press the [F ] key. You will observe the OUT RNG display on the LCD. ARTS operation has now commenced. Every 15 seconds, your radio will transmit a polling call to the other station. When that station responds with its own ARTS polling signal, the display will change to IN RNG to confirm that the other station polling code was received in response to yours. Press the [F] key again to exit ARTS operation and resume normal functioning of the transceiver. on page 15.
ARTS POLLING TIME OPTIONS
The ARTS feature may be programmed to poll every 15 seconds (default value) or 25 seconds. The default value provides maximum battery conservation, because the polling signal is sent out less frequently. To change the polling interval:
Press the [F ] key, then press the [M/V(SET)] key, to enter the Set mode. Rotate the DIAL to select Menu #14 (AR ITVL). Press the [F] key to enable changing of this Menu item. Rotate the DIAL to select the desired polling interval (15 or 25 seconds). When you have made your selection, press the PTT key to save the new setting and exit
ARTS ALERT BEEP O PTIONS
The ARTS feature allows two kinds of alert beeps (with the additional option of turning them off), so as to alert you to the current status of ARTS operation. Depending on your location and the potential annoyance associated with frequent beeps, you may choose the Beep mode which best suits your needs. The choices are: INRANGE: The beeps are issued only when the radio first confirms that you are within range, but does not re-confirm with beeps thereafter. ALWAYS: Every time a polling transmission is received from the other station, the alert beeps will be heard. ARB OFF: No alert beeps will be heard; you must look at the display to confirm current ARTS status. To set the ARTS Beep mode, use the following procedure:
MICROPROCESSOR R ESETTING
In the event that erratic, unpredictable transceiver operation is encountered, it is possible that the microprocessor has sustained a static burst or other condition that has caused corruption of some of its data. If this should happen, resetting of the microprocessor should clear up the problem. Here is the procedure for resetting the microprocessor (this will restore all factory defaults, and will erase all memories):
Turn the radio off. Press and hold the [PTT] and [LAMP] key while turning the radio on. Rotate the DIAL to select ALL.RST on the LCD. Press the [F] key momentarily to initialize the radio.
SET MODE RESETTING
This Reset procedure restores the Menu (Set mode) settins to their factory defaults, without affecting your regular memories.
Turn the radio off. Press and hold the [PTT] and [LAMP] key while turning the radio on. Rotate the DIAL to select SET.RST on the LCD. Press the [F] key momentarily to initialize the Set mode.
The VX-110 includes a convenient Clone feature, which allows the memory and configuration data from one transceiver to be transferred to another VX-110. This can be particularly useful when configuring a number of transceivers for a public service operation. Here is the procedure for Cloning one radios data to another:
Turn both radios off. Connect the optional CT-27 cloning cable between the MIC/SP jacks of the two radios. Press and hold the PTT and LAMP key while turning the radio on. Rotate the DIAL to select CLONE. Press the [F] key, to enter the CLONE mode. CLONE will appear on the displays of both radios when the Clone mode is successfully activated in this step. On the Destination radio, press the MONI key (SAVING will appear on the LCD). Press the PTT key on the Source radio; SENDING will appear on the Source radio, and the data is transferred. If there is a problem during the cloning process, C-ERROR will be displayed. Check your cable connections and battery voltage, and try again. If the data transfer is successful, the Destination radio will return to normal operation; Turn both radios off and disconnect the CT-27. You can then turn the radios back on, and begin normal operation.
Optional Cloning Cable "CT-27"
The VX-110 Set (Menu) mode is easy to activate and set. Use the following procedure:
Press the [F ] key, then press the [M/V(SET)] key, to activate the Set mode. Turn the DIAL to select the Menu item number to be adjusted. Press the [F] key momentarily, then rotate the DIAL to adjust or select the parameter to After completing your selection and adjustment, press the PTT switch momentarily to
exit the Set mode and exit to normal operation. Set Mode Summary
Item # Menu Item Function 1 ALPHA Store Alpha-Numeric Tags 34 ARS RPT SHIFT STEP RESUME SCN LMP RX SAVE TX SAVE APO TRX LED ARTS ARTS BP AR ITVL KEY BP EDGE BP BELL MON/TCL TOT BCLO CLK SFT SQL TYP TN SET DCS SET DTMF CW ID S SRCH Enable/disable Automatic Repeater Shift Set the Repeater Shift Direction Set the magnitude of the Repeater Shift Setting of the synthesizer steps Select the Scan Resume mode Enable/disable the Scan lamp Select the Rx-mode Battery Saver interval Enable/disable the Transmit Battery Saver Set the Automatic Power-Off time Enable/disable the BUSY/TX LED Activate ARTS operation Select the Beep option during ARTS operation Select the Polling Interval during ARTS operation Enable/disable the Keypad beeper Enable/disable the Band-edge beeper Select the CTCSS Bell ringer repetitions Select the MON key function Set the TOT time Enable/disable the Busy Channel Lock-out feature Shifting of the CPU clock frequency Select the T one Encoder and/or Decoder mode Setting of the CTCSS Tone Frequency Setting of the DCS code Programming the DTMF Autodialer Programming/activation of the CW Ider Activate the Smart Search Available Values ON/OFF -RPT/SIMP/+RPT 0 - 99.9MHz 5/10/12.5/15/20/25/50 kHz 5SEC/BUSY/HOLD ON/OFF OFF/200ms/300ms/500ms/1s/2s ON/OFF OFF/30min/1h/3h/5h/8h ON/OFF OFF/INRANGE/ALWAYS 15 SEC/25 SEC ON/OFF ON/OFF OFF/1/3/5/8/REPEAT MON/T-CALL KEY/5SEC/TOGGLE OFF/1min/2.5min/5min/10min ON/OFF ON/OFF OFF/TONE/TONESQL/DCS 39 Standard CTCSS tones 104 standard DCS codes SINGLE/CONTINUE KEY/DIAL/KEY+DIAL/PTT/ KEY+PTT/DIAL+PTT/ALL NARROW/WIDE 50 ms/100 ms 450 ms/750 ms Default ON SIMP 0.6MHz 5SEC ON 200ms OFF OFF ON INRANGE 15 SEC ON ON OFF KEY OFF OFF OFF OFF 100 Hz 023 SINGLE KEY WIDE 50 ms 450 ms
be changed on the Menu item selected in above step.
LMP MOD Select the LCD/Keypad Lamp mode
SMT MOD Select the Smart Search Sweep mode LK MODE NAR/WID DTMF SP DT DLY ANI Select the Control Locking lockout combination Select the Operating band width Select the DTMF Autodialer sending speed Select the DTMF Autodialer delay time Program and activate the ANI Identifier
Item # Menu Item BATT SKIP Function Indication of the Supply Voltage Enable/Disable skipping of a memory during scanning Available Values ON/OFF Default
Depends on the transceiver version
Set Mode Details Set Item 1 [ALPHA] Function: Store Alpha-Numeric Tags for the Memory channels. See page 19 for details. Set Item 2 [ARS] Function: Enable/disable the Automatic Repeater Shift function. Available Values: ON/OFF Default: ON Set Item 3 [RPT] Function: Set the Repeater Shift Direction Available Values: -RPT/SIMP/+RPT Default: SIMP Set Item 4 [SHIFT] Function: Set the magnitude of the Repeater Shift. Available Values: 0.00 ~ 99.9 MHz Default: Depends on the transceiver version, as well as the setting of Menu #2 (ARS). Set Item 5 [STEP] Function: Setting of the synthesizer steps. Available Values: 5/10/12.5/15/20/25/50 kHz Default: Depends on the transceiver version. Set Item 6 [RESUME] Function: Select the Scan Resume mode. Available Values: 5 SEC/BUSY/HOLD Default: 5 SEC Set Item 7 [SCN LMP] Function: Enable/disable the Scan lamp while paused. Available Values: ON/OFF Default: ON Set Item 8 [RX SAVE] Function: Select the Receive-mode Battery Saver interval (Sleep ratio). Available Values: OFF/200ms(1:1)/300ms(1:1.5)/500ms(1:2.5)/1s(1:5)/2s(1:10) Default: 200ms(1:1)
Set Item 9 [TX SAVE] Function: Enable/disable the Transmit Battery Saver. Available Values: ON/OFF Default: OFF Set Item 10 [APO] Function: Set the Automatic Power-Off time. Available Values: OFF/30 min/1 hour/3 hour/5 hour/8 hour Default: OFF Set Item 11 [TRX LED] Function: Enable/ disable the BUSY/TX LED while the Squelch is open or during transmission. Available Values: ON/OFF Default: ON (Lamp active) Set Item 12 [ARTS] Function: Activate the ARTS feature. See page 26 for details. Set Item 13 [ARTS BP] Function: Select the Beep option during ARTS operation. Available Values: OFF/INRANGE/ALWAYS Default: INRANGE Set Item 14 [AR ITVL] Function: Select the Polling Interval during ARTS operation. Available Values: 15 SEC/25 SEC Default: 15 SEC Set Item 15 [KEY BP] Function: Enable/disable the Keypad beeper. Available Values: ON/OFF Default: ON Set Item 16 [EDGE BP] Function: Enable/disable the Band-edge beeper while scanning. Available Values: ON/OFF Default: ON Set Item 17 [BELL] Function: Select the number of CTCSS Bell ringer repetitions. Available Values: OFF/1/3/5/8/REPEAT Default: OFF
VHF/UHF Portable Radios
The Vertex Standard VX-231 provides wide band coverage, a variety of signaling features and improved ergonomics* that adds up to a better return on your investment. Improved Portability
Compact Radio with Long-Lasting Li-Ion Battery
A radio that wont get in the way, the VX-231 is compact and light weight to easily carry with you on the job.
More Battery Power
Designed to use powerful Li-Ion battery technology for longer battery life. Includes a 1150 mAh battery providing 9 hours of operation with the battery saver enabled.
Wide Band Coverage for Added Value
One radio designed to cover VHF and UHF bands, which provides expanded options in frequencies to use.
More Scanning Options
While many radios provide 1 or 2 scanning options, the VX-231 radio gives you 4 additional scanning options for greater convenience and flexibility for the way you need your radios to perform. Options include: Priority, Dual Watch, Follow Me and Talk Around scan.
Exclusive Auto-Range Transpond System ARTS
Only Vertex Standard radios are designed to inform you when you and another ARTS-equipped station are within communication range. If out of range for more than 2 minutes, your radio senses no signal has been received and beeps to alert you. The base station can then alert the field unit to move back in range. A great solution to keep your workers coordinated.
110 (H) x 58 (W) x 30 (D) mm
The Vertex Standard Difference
Our number one goal is achieving superior customer satisfaction by delivering products and services that exceed your expectations. Count on Vertex Standard for radios that are built to last and designed to provide more features for a better return on your investment. Ask your Dealer for more details.
vertexstandard.com VX-230 Series Specifications
16 channel capacity Two programmable keys Flexible channel spacing: 12.5 kHz to 25 kHz Battery power save option Emergency Lone Worker DTMF ANI DTMF Speed Dial 5-Tone / 2-Tone Encode and Decode CTCSS / DCS Encode and Decode Manual squelch adjustment Radio-to-radio cloning
Frequency Range 134 - 174 MHz 400 - 470 MHz; 450 - 520 MHz Number of Channels 16 Power Supply Voltage 7.4 V DC 20% Channel Spacing 12.5/20/25 kHz PLL Steps 5/6.25 kHz Battery Life (5-5-90 duty) 1200 mAh FNB-V106 9.0 hours (7.3 hours w/o saver) 1150 mAh FNB-V103LI 9.0 hours (7.3 hours w/o saver) 2000 mAh FNB-V104LI 16.5 hours (13.5 hrs w/o saver) IP Rating IP54 Operating Temperature Range 30 C to +60 C Frequency Stability 2.5 ppm RF Input-Output Impedance 50 Ohms Dimension (H x W x D) 110 x 58 x 30 mm (w/ FNB-V103LI) Weight (Approx.) 285 g (w/FNB-V103LI, Antenna, Belt Clip) Receiver Specification: measured by TIA/EIA-603 Sensitivity 12dB SINAD 0.25V typical Adjacent Channel Selectivity 65 / 60 dB 25 kHz / 12.5 kHz Intermodulation 65 / 60 dB 25 kHz / 12.5 kHz Spurious and Image Rejection 65 dB Audio Output 500 mW @ 4 Ohms 5% THD Transmitter Specification: measured by TIA/EIA-603 Output Power 5 / 1W Modulation 16K0F3E, 11K0F3E Conducted Spurious Emissions 65 dB below carrier FM Hum & Noise 45 / 40 dB 25 kHz / 12.5 kHz Audio Distortion < 3 % @1kHz
MH-450S: Speaker microphone MH-360S: Compact speaker microphone MH-45B4B: Noise cancelling speaker microphone MH-37A4B: Earpiece microphone VH-115S: Behind-the-head headset w/boom mic VH-215S: Over-the-head single-muff headset VC-25: Over-the-head VOX headset FNB-V104LI: 2000 mAh Li-Ion battery FNB-V106: 1200 mAh Ni-MH battery FNB-V103LI: 1150 mAh Li-Ion battery VAC-300: Desktop rapid charger (Li-Ion only) VAC-20: Desktop charger (FNB-V106) DCM-1: Desktop charger mounting adapter VCM-3:Vehicle charger mounting adapter (VAC-20) VCM-2: Vehicle charger mounting adapter (VAC-300) VAC-6020: 6-unit charger (FNB-V106) VAC-6300: 6-Unit multi rapid charger (Li-Ion only) LCC-350: Leather case LCC-350S: Leather case w/swivel belt clip CLIP-18: Belt clip CLIP-17E: Swivel belt clip
MIL 810C Methods/ Procedures
500.1/Procedure 1 501.1/Procedure 1 502.1/Procedure 1 503.1/Procedure 1 505.1/Procedure 1
MIL 810D Methods/ Procedures
MIL 810E Methods/ Procedures
MIL 810F Methods/ Procedures
500.2/Procedure 1, II 500.3/Procedure 1, II 500.4/Procedure 1, II 501.2/Procedure 1, II 501.3/Procedure 1, II 501.4/Procedure 1, II 502.2/Procedure 1 503.2/Procedure 1 502.3/Procedure 1, II 502.4/Procedure 1, II 503.3/Procedure 1 503.4/Procedure 1, II
High Temperature Low Temperature Temperature Shock Solar Radiation Rain Humidity Salt Fog Dust Vibration Shock
505.2/Procedure 1 Cat. A1 505.2/Procedure 1 Cat. A1 505.4/Procedure I Cat. A1
506.1/Procedure 1, II 506.2/Procedure 1, II 506.3/Procedure 1, II 506.4/Procedure 1, III 507.1/Procedure 1, II 507.2/Procedure 1I, III 507.3/Procedure 1I, III 507.4/Procedure 1 509.1/Procedure 1 510.1/Procedure 1 514.2/Procedure X 509.2/Procedure 1 510.2/Procedure 1 509.3/Procedure 1 509.4/Procedure 1 510.3/Procedure 1 510.4/Procedure 1, III
514.3/Procedure 1 Cat. 10 514.4/Procedure 1 Cat. 10 514.4/Procedure 1 Cat. 24
516.2/Procedure 1, II,V 516.3/Procedure 1, IV 516.4/Procedure 1, IV 516.5/Procedure 1,V
Specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation. VERTEX STANDARD is registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. Vertex Standard Co. Ltd. 2009
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