Vertex Standard VX-2200
Band Type VHF - Frequency 134-174 MHz - Range 7+ Miles - Height 1 13/16 In - Width 6 1/2 In - Range 500,000+ Sq Ft - Output Watts 50 - Interference Eliminator - Interference Eliminator Code 156 - Number of Channels 128 - Programmable Channels - Includes D/C Power Cord - Palm Microphone
Brand: VERTEX STANDARD
Part Numbers: VX-2200-D0-50, VX2200D050
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VERTEX STANDARD CO., LTD.
4-8-8 Nakameguro, Meguro-Ku, Tokyo 153-8644, Japan
US Headquarters 10900 Walker Street, Cypress, CA 90630, U.S.A.
YAESU EUROPE B.V.
P.O. Box 75525, 1118 ZN Schiphol, The Netherlands
YAESU UK LTD.
Unit 12, Sun Valley Business Park, Winnall Close Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 0LB, U.K.
VERTEX STANDARD HK LTD.
Unit 5, 20/F., Seaview Centre, 139-141 Hoi Bun Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
You now have at your fingertips a valuable communications tool: a VERTEX STANDARD two-way radio! Rugged, reliable and easy to use, your VERTEX STANDARD radio will keep you in constant touch with your colleagues for years to come, with negligible maintenance downtime. Please take a few minutes to read this manual carefully. The information presented here will allow you to derive maximum performance from your radio, in case questions arise later on. Were glad you joined the VERTEX STANDARD team. Call on us anytime, because communications is our business. Let us help you get your message across.
There are no owner-serviceable parts inside the transceiver. All service jobs must be referred to an authorized VERTEX STANDARD Service Representative. Consult your Authorized VERTEX STANDARD Dealer for installation of optional accessories.
WARNING - DO NOT operate the VX-2200 radio when any person(s) (bystanders) outside the vehicle are within the distances shown in the chart at the bottom of this section. Safety Training information: Antennas used for this transmitter must not exceed an antenna gain of 0 dBd. The radio must be used in vehicle-mount configurations with a maximum operating duty factor not exceeding 50 %, in typical Push-to-Talk configurations. This radio is restricted to occupational use, work related operations only where the radio operator must have the knowledge to control the exposure conditions of its passengers and bystanders by maintaining the minimum separation distance shown below. Failure to observe these restrictions will result in exceeding the FCC RF exposure limits. Antenna Installation: For rear deck trunk installation, the antenna must be located at least the following distance away from rear-seat passengers in order to comply with the FCC RF exposure requirements. For roof top installations, the antenna must be placed in the center of the roof.
Unsafe Radiation Distance VHF Model UHF Model 4.6 Feet (1.4 m) 3.9 Feet (1.2 m)
The VX-2200 Series are full-featured FM transceivers designed for flexible mobile and base station business communications in the VHF or UHF Land Mobile bands. These transceiver are designed for reliable business communications in a wide variety of applications with a wide range of operating capability provided by their leading-edge design. The 128-channel memories can each be programmed with a 8-character channel name. Important channel frequency data is stored in EEPROM and flash memory on the CPU, and is easily programmable by dealers using a personal computer and the VERTEX STANDARD Programming Cable and CE82 Software. The pages which follow will detail the many advanced features provided on the VX2200 Series transceiver. After reading this manual, you may wish to consult with your Network Administrator regarding precise details of the configuration of this equipment for use in your application.
For North American Users Regarding 406 MHz Guard Band The U.S. Coast Guard and National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration have requested the cooperation of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission in preserving the integrity of the protected frequency range 406.0 to 406.1 MHz, which is reserved for use by distress beacons. Do not attempt to program this apparatus, under any circumstances, for operation in the frequency range 406.0 - 406.1 MHz if the apparatus is to be used in or near North America.
VX-2200 SERIES OPERATING MANUAL
CONTROLS & CONNECTORS
Important! - All buttons located on the Front Panel are Programmable Function (PF) Buttons, configured according to your network requirements and programmed by your VERTEX STANDARD dealer. The instructions below describe a typicallyconfigured radio.
Turn this control clockwise to turn the radio on and to increase the volume. Turn it counterclockwise into the click-stop to turn the radio off.
Connect the microphone plug to this jack.
[P1] - [P4] Buttons (Programmable Function Buttons)
These buttons can be set up for special applications, such as High/Low power selection, Monitor, Talk-Around, etc., as determined by your network requirements and programmed by your VERTEX STANDARD dealer.
[ ]/[ ] Buttons (Programmable Function Buttons)
In the factory default, pressing either button changes the current channel (and displayed channel number or name). Holding in either button for more than 1.5 second causes the radio to begin stepping (repeatedly) upward or downward through the channels.
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)
The display includes a 8-character alpha-numeric section showing Channel name tags/identity information and error messages, and an upper icon row displaying feature status (see below).
Indicates transceivers Transmit/Receive Status Steady Red: Transmitting in progress Steady Green: Signaling Off Blinking Green: Busy Channel/Squelch Off
: Scan is activated : Priority Scan is activated Dual Watch is activated Low Transmt Power Mode ON AUX A Port is activated Encryption is enabled Call indicator Receiver Monitor Talk-Around is enabled Priority Channel Channel Group Number
RSSI Indicator (four steps) 8 Character Alpha-numeric Display
Group Scan is enabled
13.6V DC Cable Pigtail with Connector
The supplied DC power cable must be connected to this 2-pin connector. Use only the supplied fused cable, extended if necessary, for power connection.
The 50-Ohm coaxial feedline to the antenna must be connected here, using a type-M (PL-259) plug.
D-Sub 15-Pin Accessory Connector
External TX audio line input, PTT (Push To Talk), Squelch, and external RX audio line output signals may be obtained from this connector for use with accessories such as data transmission/reception modems, and external Channel control input etc.
External Speaker Jack
An external loudspeaker may be connected to this 2-contact, 3.5-mm mini-phone jack. Caution: Do not connect either wire of this line to ground, and be certain that the speaker has adequate capability to handle the audio output (12 W) from the radio.
BASIC OPERATION OF THE TRANSCEIVER
Important! - Before turning on the radio the first time, confirm that the power connections have been made correctly and that a proper antenna is connected to the antenna jack.
Switching Power ON/OFF
Turn the VOL/PWR knob turn on the radio. The display will become illuminated. Press the [ ]/[ ] button to choose the desired operating channel. A channel name will appear on the display. If you want to select an operating channel from a different group, press the PF (Programmable Function) button which is programmed to the Group Up/Down feature to select the group you want before selecting the operating channel. See page 7 for more information on the Programmable Function keys.
Setting the Volume
Turn the VOL/PWR knob clockwise to increase the volume, and counterclockwise to decrease it.
To transmit, monitor the channel and make sure it is clear. THIS IS AN FCC REQUIRMENT! Press the PF button which is programmed to the Monitor feature to listen for channel activity. When receiving a call, transmit only after the incoming call ends. The radio cannot receive a call and transmit simultaneously. Press the PTT switch. If the channel is clear, the TX/BUSY indicator will glow red. The radio is now transmitting. While holding in the PTT switch, speak across the face of the microphone in a clear and normal voice. For best transmission, hold the microphone about 1-1/2 to 2 inches away from your mouth. Release the PTT switch to receive. If the Busy Channel Lockout feature has been programmed on a channel, the radio will not transmit when a carrier is present. Instead, the radio will generate a short beep three times and indicate * ERROR * on the display. Release the PTT switch and wait for the channel to be clear of activity. If CTCSS or Digital Coded Squelch (DCS) Lockout has been programmed on a channel, the radio can transmit only when there is no carrier being received or when the carrier being received includes the correct CTCSS tone or DCS code.
Automatic Time-Out Timer
If the selected channel has been programmed for automatic time-out, you must limit the length of each transmission. While transmitting, a beep will sound 10 seconds before time-out. Another beep will sound just before the deadline; the red TX indicator will disappear and transmission will cease soon thereafter. To resume transmitting, you must release the PTT switch and wait for the penalty timer to expire (if you press the PTT switch before this timer expires, the timer restarts, and you will have to wait another penalty period)
In order to prevent accidental frequency change or inadvertent transmission, various aspects of the VX-2200s keys may be locked out. To activate the Locking feature, press and hold in the [P1] key while turning the radio on. To disable the Locking feature, repeat this power-on procedure.
Programmable Function (PF) Buttons
The VX-2200 Series includes six Programmable Function (PF) Buttons. The PF button functions can be customized, via programming by your VERTEX STANDARD dealer, to meet your communications/network requirements. Some features may require the purchase and installation of optional internal accessories. The possible PF button programming features are illustrated below, and these functions are explained on the pages to follow. For further details, contact your VERTEX STANDARD dealer. For future reference, check the box next to the function that has been assigned to each PF button on your particular radio, and keep it handy.
MONI SQL OFF SQL SET DIMMER Channel Up Channel Down Continuous Ch Up Continuous Ch Down Group Up Group Down SCAN SCAN SET Group SCAN Group SCAN SET DW (Dual Watch) Follow-Me SCAN Follow-Me DW LOW TA (Talk Around) TA SCAN Encryption Emergency RESET CALL 1 CALL 2 CALL 3 DTMF CODE SET Code Up Code Down Code SET Speed Dial Public Address EXT. ACC1 EXT. ACC2 Direct CH#1 Direct CH#2 AF Min Vr Lone Worker HA (Horn Alert) Key Lock SET
PF Button (PRESS KEY/PRESS AND HOLD KEY)
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: Requires optional unit
Description of Operating Functions
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to cancel CTCSS- and DCS-controlled squelch; the TX/BUSY indicator will glow green
SQUELCH (SQL) OFF
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to open the SQL to hear background noise (unmute the audio); the TX/BUSY indicator will blink green.
SQUELCH (SQL) SET
You can manually adjust the squelch level using this function: Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key. A tone will sound, and the current squelch will level appears on the display. Press the [ ]/[ ] button to select the desired squelch level. Press this key again. A tone will sound, and the display will revert to the normal channel indication.
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to select the brightness level of the display. Available selections are four levels.
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key (generally the [ button) to select a different channel within the current group. ]/[ ]
CC UP/DOWN (CONTINUOUS CH UP/DOWN)
Press and holding in the assigned programmable key causes the radio to begin stepping (repeatedly) upward or downward through the channels.
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to select a different group of channels
CHANNEL SCAN (SCAN)
The Scanning feature is used to monitor multiple channels programmed into the transceiver. While scanning, the transceiver will check each channel for the presence of a signal, and will stop on a channel if a signal is present. To activate scanning: Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to activate scanning on the current group. The scanner will search the programmed channels, looking for active ones; it will pause each time it finds a channel on which someone is speaking. Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key again to disable scanning. Operation will revert to the programmed revert channel. Note: Your dealer may have programmed your radio to stay on one of the following channels: Current channel (Talk Back) Last Busy channel Priority channel Scan Start channel
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to delete the Current Memory channel from the Scanning. When you delete a Group or channel, - SKIP - will appear on the LCD for one second after pressing the assigned programmable key. To restore a particular channel to your scanning list, press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key again; - STOP - will appear on the LCD for one second after pressing the assigned programmable key.
The Scanning feature is used to monitor multiple channels programmed into the transceiver. While scanning, the transceiver will check each channel of the programmed group for the presence of the signal, and will stop on a channel if a signal is present. Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to activate the scanning on the selected groups.
GROUP SCAN SET
You may wish to have the Scanner pass through more than one Group during the scanning process (normally, scanning is performed within the current group only). To include the current Group in the scanning loop, press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key. To remove a Group from Group Scan, press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key again.
DUAL WATCH (DW)
The Dual Watch feature is similar to the SCAN feature, except that only two channels are monitored: The current operating channel; and The Priority channel. To activate Dual Watch: Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key. The scanner will search the two channels; it will pause each time it finds a channel on which someone is speaking. To stop Dual Watch: Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key. Operation will revert to the Dual Watch Start channel.
Follow-Me Scan feature checks a User-assigned Priority Channel regularly as you scan the other channels. Thus, if only Channels 1, 3, and 5 (of the 8 available channels) are designated for Scanning, the user may nonetheless assign Channel 2 as the User-assigned Priority Channel via the Follow-Me feature. To activate Follow-Me scanning, first select the channel you want to designate as the User-Assigned Priority Channel and press (or press and hold)the assigned programmable key. Then press (or press and hold) the Channel Up/Down key (generally the [ ]/[ ] button) to recall to the Scanning Start channel which has been programmed by your dealer to activate the scanner. When the scanner stops on an Active channel, the User-assigned Priority Channel will automatically be checked every few seconds; if activity is found on the User-assigned Priority Channel, the radio will switch between it and the Dealer-Assigned Priority Channel, if any.
FOLLOW-ME DUAL WATCH (DW)
To set up a Dual Watch frequency pair using the Follow-Me feature, select a channel using the Channel Up/Down key (generally the [ ]/[ ] button). Now press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key; pressing the assigned programmable key locks the current channel as the User-assigned Priority Channel. Now press (or press and hold) the Channel Up/Down key to select another channel (not the Scanning Start channel). Your radio will now switch back-and-forth between the currently-selected channel and the User-assigned Priority Channel. During Follow-Me scanning (after you have pressed the key), you can set up the Dual Watch feature by pressing (or press and holding) the Channel Up/Down key to another channel. The radio will then scan back and forth between the original User-assigned Priority Channel and the newly-selected channel. The Priority Channel you have assigned (before pressing the key) will be retained in memory until you change it.
LOW POWER (LOW)
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to set the radios transmitter to the Low Power mode. Press (or press and hold) the key again to return to High Power operation when in difficult terrain. When the radios transmitter is set to Low Power mode, the indicated on the display. icon will be
TALK AROUND (TA)
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to activate the Talk Around feature when you are operating on duplex channel systems (separate receive and transmit frequencies, utilizing a repeater station). The Talk Around feature allows you to bypass the repeater station and talk directly to a station that is nearby. This feature has no effect when you are operating on simplex channels, where the receive and transmit frequencies are already the same. When the TA function is activated, the icon will be indicated on the display.
Note that your dealer may have mode provision for Talk Around channels by programming repeater and Talk Around frequencies on two adjacent channels. If so, the key may be used for one of the other Pre-Programmed Functions.
The TA SCAN is one of DW Scan between Rx and Tx frequency. It works the Rx channel as priority channel and the radio will always transmit on the Tx Channel if the PTT is pressed in the TA SCAN mode. Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to activate/deactivate the TA SCAN feature.
When the Voice Scrambler feature is enabled, press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to toggle the voice encryption on and off. When the Voice Scrambler feature is activated, the display. icon will be indicated on the
The VX-2200 series include an Emergency feature which may be useful if you have someone monitoring on the same frequency as your transceivers channel. Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to initiate an emergency call. For further details contact your VERTEX STANDARD dealer.
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to reset the RFC (Ready for Communication) condition, or to reset the keypad entry condition.
CALL 1 TO CALL 3
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to send a 2-Tone or 5-Tone sequential burst which is pre-defined.
DTMF CODE SET
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to start storing the DTMF dialing sequence. After completion to enter all DTMF digits, you can transmit the codes by pressing the PTT key.
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to select a 2-Tone or 5Tone encode code from pre-defined encode list.
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to change the 5-Tone encodeing digit. To change the tones, select the desired digit using the [P1]/[P2] keys, then change the number using the [ ]/[ ] keys.
Your Dealer may have pre-programmed Auto-Dial telephone number memories into your radio. To dial a number, press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key, then press the microphones key corresponding to the Auto-Dial memory number list provided by your Dealer if the keypad microphone is using, or press the PTT key if the normal (without keypad) microphone is using. The DTMF tones sent during the dialing sequence will be heard in the speaker.
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to use the transceiver as a PA amplifier. When you enable this function, a tone sounds and PUBLIC A will appear on the display. The public address can be used even while scanning and receiving a call.
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to toggle output port on 1 on and off.
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to toggle output port on 2 on and off.
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to recall the Dealer preprogrammed channel directly.
AF MIN VR
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to reduce the audio output to the (lower) level programmed by your Dealer.
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to toggle the Lone Worker feature On and Off. The Lone Worker feature is designed to emit an alarm for 30 seconds when the Lone Worker Timer (programmed by your Dealer) has expired. If the user does not reset the timer by pressing the PTT switch, the radio switches to the Emergency mode. To revive the radio from the Emergency mode, just press (or press and hold) the programmable key which is assigned the Emergency feature or turn off the radio.
HA (HORN ALERT)
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to turn the Horn Alert function ON or OFF. If you receive a call from the base station with 2-Tone, 5Tone or DTMF signaling, horn alert will be activated and your vehicles horn will sound. When you turn the Horn Alert ON, a tone will sound and the HORN ALT will appear on the display.
Press (or press and hold) the assigned programmable key to lock the various aspects of the VX-2200s keys. The precise lockout configuration must be programmed by your VERTEX STANDARD dealer.
Press the assigned programmable key to activate the User Set (Menu) Mode.
ARTS (Auto Range Transpond System)
This system is designed to inform you when you and another ARTS-equipped station are within communication range. During ARTS operation, when the radio receives an incoming ARTS signal, a short beep will sound, and IN SVC (In Service) will be displayed on the LCD for 2 seconds. If you move out of range for more than two minutes, your radio senses that no signal has been received; a short triple-beep will sound, and OUT SVC (Out of Service) will be displayed on the LCD for 2 seconds. If you subsequently move back into communication range, as soon as the other station transmits, a short beep will sound and In will be displayed again on the LCD for 2 seconds.
DTMF Paging System
(Requires the optional FVP-25 Encryption/DTMF Pager Unit) This system allows paging and selective calling, using DTMF tone sequences. When your radio is paged by a station bearing a tone sequence which matches yours, your radios squelch will open and the alert will sound. The three-digit code of the station which paged you will be displayed on your radios LCD.
USER SET MODE
The VX-2200 Series includes a User Set (Menu) Mode which allows the user to define or configure various settings, such as Squelch, Display contrast, etc. To activate the User Set (Menu) Mode: Press the programmable key assigned to the SET function. Select the User Set Mode item you wish to change using the [P1]/[P2] keys, then use the [ ]/[ ] keys to adjust the setting of the selected item. Press the [P1] or [P2] key to store the new configuration. Press the programmable key assigned to the SET function to exit to normal operation. DISPLAY
SQL BEEP BELL LIGHTING GROUP SCAN DW TA ENCRYPT
Sets the Squelch level. Enables/Disables the Key Beeper. Enables/Disables the Bell function. (alert tone activated by incoming subaudible CTCSS/DCS tone) Enables/Disables the BUSY/TX LED. Select the desired Channel Group. Engages/Disengages Scanning (same as the programmable [SCAN] key). Engages/Disengages Dual Watch (same as the programmable [DW] key). Engages/Disengages Talk Around (same as the programmable [TA] key). Enables/Disables the disabling the Encryption Unit temporarily. ENB: Enables the disabling the Encryption Unit. DIS: Disables the disabling the Encryption Unit. Sets the minimum Audio Volume level. Sets the Beep Volume level. Sets the LCD Contrast level. Sets the brightness of the LCD backlighting.
AF MINVR BEEP VR CONTRAST DIMMER
MH-67A8J MH-25A8J MH-64A8J MD-11A8J MLS-100 MLS-200 FP-1023A FVP-25 FVP-36 FVP-35 VME-100 VT60FS VT60F LF-1 VPL-1 CE82 FIF-10A CT-104A Standard Microphone Standard Microphone 16 Keypad Microphone Desktop Microphone External Speaker (12 W Peak Power) External Speaker (15 W Peak Power) External Power Supply (13.8 VDC 23 A) DTMF Paging/Voice Inversion Type Encryption Unit Voice Inversion Type Encryption Unit High Level Encryption Unit ANI Encode Unit (MDC-1200/GE-STAR ANI ENCODE) VX-trunk Unit (w/ Encryption) VX-trunk Unit Line Filter Programming Kit (Computer to PC) PC Programming Software USB Programming Interface (Required the Microsoft Windows 2000 or Windows XP) Connection Cable for FIF-10A
Availability of accessories may vary; some accessories are supplied standard per local requirements, others may be unavailable in some regions. Check with your VERTEX STANDARD Dealer for changes to this list.
Part 15.21: Changes or modifications to this device not expressly approved by Vertex Standard could void the users authorization to operate this device.
Copyright 2006 VERTEX STANDARD CO., LTD. All rights reserved. No portion of this manual may be reproduced without the permission of VERTEX STANDARD CO., LTD.
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VHF/UHF Mobile Radios
Wide Band Coverage and High-Power Performance
With 50W VHF/45W UHF power output for effective communications transmission, the VX-2100/2200 Series provides reliability, extensive signaling features and enhanced channel capacity for maximum return on your investment. Die-cast aluminum construction helps dissipate heat and absorbs vibration for durability. Expanded Frequency Options for Greater Coverage
Designed to cover the full band in the VHF and upper range of the UHF bands, get wide band coverage in one radio.
Broad Channel Capacity
Get 8 channels for easy operation with the VX-2100 Series or 128 channels for large group communications in the VX-2200 Series to get the job done.
More Scanning Options
Compared to other mobile two-way radios in its class, the VX-2100/2200 Series provides exceptional flexibility in scanning features that is designed to optimise operation for a wide variety of environments. In addition to basic scan, you also get Priority, Dual Watch, Follow-me, Follow-me Dual Watch and Talk Around scanning built-in.
When Safety Counts
The VX-2100/2200 Series comes standard with built-in Emergency alert for enhanced driver safety. A panic button can be triggered by the front panel button to alert the dispatcher when problems arise.
Easily Integrate with Existing MDC System
Add the optional VME-100 board to make VX-2100/2200 mobile radios compatible for use with the rest of your MDC-1200 fleet.
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 co-ordinated.
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.
Additional Features Four programmable keys 8-Character alphanumeric display (VX-2200) 1-Character numeric display (VX-2100) RSSI signal strength indicator 2-Tone encode and decode 5-Tone signaling CTCSS / DCS Encode and Decode DTMF Paging Stun / kill / revive (5-tone) Remote listen Lone Worker D-Sub 15 Pin accessory connector Public address / horn alert Radio-to-radio cloning Accessories MH-67A8J: Standard microphone MH-75A8J: Keypad microphone (16 keys) MD-12A8J: Desktop microphone MLS-100: External speaker, 12W MLS-200: External speaker, 12W (indoor/outdoor use) FP-1030A: External power supply LF-1: DC Line Filter Option Boards FVP-25:Voice Inversion Encryption & DTMF Paging FVP-35: Rolling Code Encryption FVP-36:Voice Inversion Encryption only VME-100: MDC-1200 / GE-STAR ANI Encode
vertexstandard.com VX-2100/2200 Series Specifications
Frequency Range MHz 400 - 470 MHz, 450 - 520 MHz Number of Channels 128 and 8 Groups (VX-2200) and Groups 8 and 1 Groups (VX-2100) Power Supply Voltage 13.6 V DC 15% Channel Spacing 12.5 / 20 / 25 kHz PLL Steps 2.5 / 5 / 6.25 kHz 5 / 6.25 kHz Current Consumption X: 11 A (50 W, 45 W), 6 A (25 W) RX: 2.5 A, Standby: 200 mA T Operating Temperature Range 30 C to +60 C Frequency Stability Better than 2.5 ppm RF Input-Output Impedance 50 Ohms Dimension (W x H x D) 165 x 45 x 155 mm Weight (Approx.) 1.3 kg
Receiver Specification: measured by TIA/EIA-603
Sensitivity 12 dB SINAD 0.25 V Adjacent Channel Selectivity 75 / 65 dB 73 / 65 dB Intermodulation 73 dB / 70 dB Spurious and Image Rejection 90 dB 80 dB Audio Output Internal: 4 W @ 18 Ohms, 5% THD External: 12 W @ 4 Ohms, 5% THD
Transmitter Specification: measured by TIA/EIA-603
Output Power Modulation Maximum Deviation Audio Distortion Spurious Emissions 50 /25 / 10 W (50 W) 45 / 25 / 10 W (50 W) 25 / 12.5 / 5 / 1 W (25 W) 25 / 12.5 / 5 / 1 W (25 W) 16K0F3E, 11K0F3E 5.0 kHz / 2.5 kHz < 3% @ 1kHz 70 dB below carrier
Standard MIL 810C Methods/ Procedures MIL 810D Methods/ Procedures MIL 810E Methods/ Procedures MIL 810F Methods/ Procedures
High Temperature 501.1/Procedure II - - Low Temperature 502.1/Procedure I - - - 510.3/Procedure I Blowing Sand & Dust - Vibration 514.2/Procedure VIII, X 514.3/Procedure I Cat. 10 514.4/Procedure I Cat. 10 514.5/Procedure I Cat. 20, 24 Shock 516.2/Procedure 1,V 516.3/Procedure 1, IV 516.4/Procedure I, IV 516.5/Procedure I, IV,VI
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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