Cardo Scala Rider G4 Powerset
The Scala Rider G4 re-defines the notion of high-end communication for motorcycle helmets. Encased in a rugged yet streamlined body, the Scala Rider G4 offers Bike-to-Bike Intercom at a remarkable range of up to 1 mile. The G4 also features unique 4-way Intercom between two bikers and two passengers or 3-way intercom among three separate bikers. The Scala Rider G4 offers multilingual status announcements allowing bikers to maintain smooth and safe hands free communication while on the move. The ... Read more
Brand: Scala Rider
Part Numbers: 21-0094, G4 Powerset
UPC: 0828831831057, 828831831057
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User reviews and opinions
|lgharis||1:56am on Saturday, October 9th, 2010|
|Over promised I bought this for 2 reasons: 1) in the short term a particular trip where I needed phone communication 2) longer term so I could use gps...|
|Neil in Washington||3:26pm on Monday, August 2nd, 2010|
|Over promised I bought this for 2 reasons: 1) in the short term a particular trip where I needed phone communication 2) longer term so I could use gps...|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||3:47pm on Saturday, July 3rd, 2010|
|The Q4 works great for communications in a gr... The cell phone works quite well. The intercom works well when you are in "line of site". The Q4 works great for communications in a group. It also work excellent in getting cell phone calls. The Q4 works great for communications in a group. It also work excellent in getting cell phone calls.|
|shfo93||12:19pm on Friday, May 7th, 2010|
|best of all Best comms system ever. Good range - 500 meters . Crystal clear sound. This is the Best on the Market for all Two Wheelers. I bought this Q2 Scala Rider to Rider Intercom with FM Radio for my wife and I.|
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION. 3 2. CONTENTS OF THE RETAIL BOX. 4 3. CHARGING THE G4. 4 4. BASIC SETUP AND CONFIGURATION. 5 4.1 GENERAL FUNCTIONS. 5 4.2 SETTINGS CUSTOMIZATION. 5 4.3 AUDIO SOURCES AND PRIORITIES. 5 4.4 SOFTWARE UPGRADES AND SETTINGS. 6 4.5 RESETTING THE G4. 6 5. GETTING STARTED. 6 5.1 MOUNTING THE G4 ON A HELMET. 6 5.2 ATTACHING THE CORDED MICROPHONE TO A FULL-FACED HELMET. 7 5.3 POSITIONING THE MICROPHONE AND SPEAKERS. 7 5.4 ATTACHING AND REMOVING THE G4 FROM THE HELMET CLAMP. 8 5.5 USING THE FLIP-UP ANTENNA. 8 6. CONNECTING BLUETOOTH ENABLED MOBILE PHONES, GPS OR MP3 (A2DP) DEVICES. 8 6.1 MOBILE PHONE. 9 6.2 GPS DEVICE. 9 6.3 MP3 MUSIC (WIRELESS OPTION A2DP). 10 7. BUILT-IN FM RADIO AND EXTERNAL MP3 PLAYER (CABLE OPTION). 11 7.1 FM RADIO. 11 7.2 CABLE CONNECTING YOUR MP3 PLAYER OR OTHER EXTERNAL AUDIO SOURCES. 13 8. USING THE MOBILE PHONE. 13
9. USING THE INTERCOM. 14 9.1 INTRODUCTION. 14 9.2 BACKWARDS COMPATIBILITY. 14 9.3 BEFORE STARTING THE INTERCOM. 14 9.4 INITIATE INTERCOM CALLS. 15 9.5 RECEIVING INTERCOM CALLS. 15 9.6 VOICE CONNECT FEATURE (VOX). 16 9.7 RESET PAIRING (RESTORING THE ORIGINAL DEFAULT CONFIGURATION). 16 9.8 NOTEWORTHY ISSUES. 16 9.9 TROUBLESHOOTING THE INTERCOM. 16 9.10 USING THE G4 FOR INTERCOM WITH OTHER G4 UNITS. 16 9.10a. TWO-WAY INTERCOM. 17 9.10b. THREE-WAY INTERCOM. 17 9.10c. FOUR-WAY INTERCOM. 18 9.11 USING THE G4 FOR INTERCOM WITH OTHER SCALARIDER MODELS. 20 9.11a. TWO-WAY INTERCOM WITH SCALARIDER Q2 / Q2 pro. 20 9.11b. TWO-WAY INTERCOM WITH EARLIER SCALARIDER MODELS. 20 9.11c. THREE WAY INTERCOM WITH OTHER SCALARIDER MODELS. 21 10. CLICK-TO-LINK. 22 11. SUPPORT. 23 12. NOTICES. 23
IMPORTANT: This is version 3.0 of the User Manual. Please note, that our manual is updated periodically on the Cardo website to include the very latest features as well the new options and functions of your new scala rider G4 PowerSet. Please visit www.cardosystems.com/download/manuals to check now if the manual you are holding is the most updated version and download the manual in your preferred language.
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Congratulations, and thank you for choosing the scala rider G4 PowerSet Bluetooth communication system for motorcycle helmets. This manual will help you operate the G4 units, but you should first familiarize yourself with the Bluetooth functionality of your mobile phone and/or GPS device before using the scala rider G4. The retail box of the G4 PowerSet contains two G4 units that are already factory paired. Among other features, the G4 units can be used for Intercom at a range of up to one mile or 1.6 km (subject to terrain). The G4 is an immensely versatile communication and entertainment system with a wide range of connectivity options. Communication Options: 3-Way Bike-to-Bike Intercom for conference calls with up to two other scala rider G4 or Q2/Q2 pro units (up to 1 mile / 1.6 km range between G4 units in Full Duplex**) 4-Way Intercom conference calls between four G4 units on two motorcycles (i.e. between two drivers and their passengers up to 1 mile / 1.6 km. range and in Full Duplex**) Driver-to-Passenger Intercom (backwards compatible with earlier scala rider headsets) Click-to-Link for spontaneous intercom communication with any nearby G4 unit Mobile phone communication (supporting Bluetooth Handsfree* and A2DP profiles at a 10 m / 33 ft. range) In-the-ear GPS Navigation instructions from compatible Bluetooth devices Entertainment Options: Wireless music streaming via devices supporting Bluetooth Stereo A2DP and AVRCP profiles. Compatible with a variety of MP3 Players, adapters and other audio devices
MP3 Players (non-Bluetooth) via cable Built-in FM Radio ADDITIONAL SPECIAL FEATURES: AGC technology (Automatic Gain Control), allowing the automatic increase or reduction of volume according to ambient noise and driving speed. You can also control the volume level manually. AGC sensitivity levels can be customized to suit your personal preferences. VOX technology for safe and hands-free operation of some key functions (Voice Dial, Answer Call, Reject Call). VOX sensitivity levels can be customized to suit your personal preferences. PLC software (Packet Loss Concealment) for real-time compensation of audio losses in challenging environments. Advanced software which you should update while in standby mode, via any PC running Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7. Spoken status instructions, so that you always know who or what device you are connected to at any given time. We wish you a great scalarider experience and remain available for any inquiries you may have. Just write us at email@example.com
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* Mobile phones that do not support the Bluetooth Handsfree profile may prevent you from using certain advanced features. ** Full Duplex lets you speak and hear the other party simultaneously, similar to mobile or landline phone conversations and unlike walkie-talkie communications.
2. CONTENTS OF THE RETAIL BOX
2 Helmet clamps (subject to the version purchased: Boom or Corded Microphone)
MP3 Jack (back of clamp)
2 Wall charger plugs 2 USB adapter cables 2 Allen wrenches 4 Velcro pads 2 MP3 cables 2 Glue plates 2 Pre-moistened Towlettes 2 Carry pouches 4 Microphone sponges Flat sponge for full-face helmets and round sponge for open helmets User Guide
Noise canceling microphone
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Volume Up/ Forward Mobile Button Phone Volume Button Down / Rewind Button Flip-up antenna
The scala rider G4 PowerSet is also available in a cord-mounted microphone version to better fit certain full-faced helmets with tight chin sections. IMPORTANT:
Increase / Decrease the Tap the Volume Up or Volume Down Button (sets volume of the current and saves the volume per source) audio source Mute Battery Level Indicator Tap simultaneously Volume Up and Volume Down while any audio is on Press and hold the Volume Up Button for three seconds Blue light = Battery is fully charged Red/blue light = Battery is half full Red light = Battery is almost empty
For example, incoming mobile phone calls will interrupt ongoing Intercom calls, while incoming intercom calls will interrupt the audio from the built-in FM Radio etc.
from the charger and turn it on again. Your G4 should now respond as expected.
1. Mobile Phone audio or GPS instructions (device specific) 2. Intercom 3. A2DP audio source 4. FM Radio (built-in) 5. Auxiliary Line-In Port (for corded connection e.g. MP3 players).
5. GETTING STARTED
5.1 MOUNTING THE G4 ON A HELMET The Helmet clamp that includes your microphone and speakers must first be mounted on the helmet. Once mounted, the G4 unit can be attached or detached from the clamp at any time (sec. 5.4). There are two methods that can be used to attach the clamp to the helmet: Standard Method: Recommended for most helmet types. Glue Plate Method: Recommended for helmets to which the standard method cannot be applied, using the Glue Plate included in the box.
4.4 SOFTWARE UPGRADES AND SETTINGS To make the most of your G4 PowerSet, make sure that both units are running the latest software. To download the latest software updates and take advantage of customizing settings via the computer, register online at: www.cardosystems.com/download/softwareupgrade and have your product serial number ready. After downloading the Cardo Upgrades program, use the USB cable included in the retail box to connect the G4 to your computer. Once connected to your computer, you will easily be able to customize the settings on your G4 following the on-screen instructions. Future software upgrades and program patches will ensure the software of your G4 is kept up-to-date and will include additional features, status announcements and other valuable functions. Please note that until further notice, upgrades will only be available for Windows based PCs running Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7 operating systems. 4.5 RESETTING THE G4 If the G4 fails to respond despite repeated attempts, you can reset it by simply charging it. After approximately 10 seconds, remove the G4
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Standard Method: Fastening the Clamp to the Helmet 1. Use the enclosed Allen Wrench to loosen the two screws on the Back Plate. 2. Slide the Back Plate between the internal padding and the external shell of the helmet. 3. Adjust the clamps location so that the microphone is located in front of the center of your mouth, and then tighten the screws. You may need to reposition the Clamp repeatedly until you identify the best spot. If you have purchased a helmet clamp version with the corded microphone, please refer to section 5.2.
NOTES: If the Pairing process is not completed within two minutes the G4 will return to Standby mode.
The scala rider G4 allows you to pair your mobile phone for use during phone calls and also as a Stereo Bluetooth (A2DP) music player, if your phone supports this feature. The scala rider G4 also allows you to use two different A2DP devices interchangeably: simply pair an A2DP music player (MP3 Player or Adapter) to the G4 for music and use the mobile phone for phone calls and/or music (if A2DP compatible) as described in Section 6.1. SETTING UP YOUR MP3 PLAYER FOR BLUETOOTH STEREO A2DP TRANSMISSION To use a Bluetooth Stereo (A2DP) enabled MP3 Player or Adapter to listen to stereo music, you must first pair the device to your G4. PAIRING THE G4 TO AN MP3 PLAYER OR ADAPTER
NOTE: If your A2DP source is integrated inside your Mobile Phone, then you should pair it with your G4 as described in section 6.1 above.
The priority schedule of your G4 has been set to avoid incoming intercom
calls interrupting GPS instructions in progress. In such case the intercom caller will hear a busy signal and you will hear two beeps, indicating that an intercom caller is trying to page you. (see section 4.3 for details on audio priorities of paired devices).
6.3 MP3 MUSIC (WIRELESS OPTION A2DP) Your G4 is designed to receive wireless stereo music from A2DP sources and mobile phones that support the Bluetooth A2DP and AVRCP profiles (mostly 3rd generation devices). Using a Bluetooth device that supports the AVRCP profile will allow you to operate all major A2DP source functions directly from your G4.
NOTE: The G4 can also receive audio via the enclosed cable from nonBluetooth MP3 Players or audio sources as described in section 7.2
1. Turn on your MP3 Player or A2DP Adapter, and make sure that its Bluetooth function is activated. 2. With the G4 turned ON, press and hold the Mobile Button for at least six seconds until the Red and Blue Lights begin alternating rapidly. 3. Search for Bluetooth headsets on your MP3 Player by following the devices instructions.
NOTE: For use of a Bluetooth adapter, follow the devices instructions.
While listening to music from an A2DP source, you will not miss any mobile or intercom calls, as the headset will automatically stop the music and give preference to the incoming call. However, after you terminate your call, some MP3 sources may not automatically continue and require manual re-activation.
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4. After a few seconds the MP3 Player will list scala rider G4 as a discovered device. Select it and follow your MP3 Players instructions to accept the pairing. 5. If your MP3 player prompts for a PIN or Passkey enter 0000 (four zeros). 6. Once pairing is complete, your MP3 Player or Adapter may confirm that pairing has succeeded, and the G4 will begin flashing slowly in Blue.
NOTE: If the Pairing process is not completed within two minutes the G4 will return to Standby mode.
Switch to next preset station Start Intercom call Initiate Voice Dial from your Mobile Phone Initiate Redial from your Mobile Phone RDS ON/OFF (Default: OFF)
While listening to the Radio, tap the CHANNEL B button to cycle through the 6 Preset FM Stations While listening to the Radio, start talking loudly While listening to the Radio, tap the Mobile Button and pronounce loudly the name of the person you wish to call. This feature is supported only by mobile phones that include the Voice Dial feature While listening to the Radio, tap the Mobile Button twice While the Radio is on, press and hold Volume Up and Volume Down Buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds (Also controlled via the PC software and Settings Customization Voice Menu)
A2DP Audio Source Selection: If an A2DP Music Player is paired, the headset will use it as the default audio source. To change the audio source from the current device to the other device, stop the music playing from the current device and start A2DP music playback from the other device. Turning off the headset will set the default back to the A2DP Music Player. Operating your A2DP source from your G4
Play Pause/Stop* Forward Rewind** Press and hold the MP3 Button for 3 seconds Press and hold the MP3 Button for 3 seconds Press and hold the Volume Up Button for 3 seconds Press and hold the Volume Down Button for 3 seconds
* Varies depending on your mobile phone model ** With some phones you may need to repeat this action once more
Thanks to the RDS feature, the G4 will automatically select the strongest signal available for the FM station you wish to listen to, no matter where you are riding.
RDS ON/OFF (press simultaneously 3 seconds while radio is on)
NOTE: While the Intercom is on, the Redial and Voice Dial functions will be disabled.
9.5 RECEIVING INTERCOM CALLS Once another paired device tries calling you via intercom, the call will begin almost instantly.
NOTE: The G4s preset priority modes have been set in a way to avoid incoming intercom calls from interrupting mobile phone calls and GPS instructions in progress. In such case the intercom caller will hear a busy signal and you will hear two beeps, indicating that an intercom caller is trying to page you. (see section 4.3 for details on audio priorities of paired devices).
9.6 VOICE CONNECT FEATURE (VOX) The G4 offers VOX technology for safe and hands-free operation of some key functions. For incoming calls, just pronounce loudly any word (e.g. hello). To reject an incoming call, remain silent for about 15 seconds. To reject an Intercom call remain silent for 30 seconds.
NOTE: The Enable/Disable Voice Connect feature affects only the Intercom functionality.
ENABLE/DISABLE VOX can be done via the PC software and directly on your G4 via the Settings Customization Voice Menu (see section 4.2). 9.7 RESET PAIRING (RESTORING THE ORIGINAL DEFAULT CONFIGURATION) This section is only relevant once you have completed a pairing process You can delete all of your paired devices at any time as follows: 1. With the G4 turned ON, press and hold the Mobile Button for at least six seconds until the Red and Blue Lights begin rapidly alternating. 2. Press and hold the Volume Up Button for three seconds. 3. The Red and Blue Lights will flash five times simultaneously and then the G4 will turn off, confirming that Reset was successfully completed. 9.8 NOTEWORTHY ISSUES a. Connecting the G4 to other units To pair your G4 to other scala rider models, please refer to section 9.10 c below. b. Busy Status (When using a G4) When attempting an Intercom call with a device that is already on a Phone/GPS/Intercom call, you will hear two beeps indicating the other device is busy.
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c. Automatic Reconnection of the Intercom If the G4 and another paired unit go out of range and disconnect from each other, the G4 will immediately try to reconnect to the other unit. You can manually reconnect the intercom call while the G4 is in Standby mode by pressing the CHANNEL A or the CHANNEL B Button to connect to the respective lost connection. d. Conference Mode Limitations Whenever you enter the Intercom Conference mode among three or even four participants (including yourself), the participants who maintain simultaneously two active connections will not be able to receive mobile phone calls or GPS messages as long as the conference call is in progress (see details in sections 9.10 b and 9.10 c) 9.9 TROUBLESHOOTING THE INTERCOM First, make sure your microphone is located properly in front of the center of your mouth. The G4 is designed for use in loud environments. Therefore, you should test the Intercom functionality only in a noisy environment, such as next to an idling motorcycle and not indoors. Please also verify that the G4s were paired together properly by following the instructions in the relevant Setup sections. 9.10 USING THE G4 FOR INTERCOM WITH OTHER G4 UNITS PAIRING LED INDICATION FOR INTERCOM CHANNELS
PAIRING OPTIONS BETWEEN THREE PARTICIPANTS (between G4 models only) To add a third G4 unit to your G4 PowerSet, you will need to designate one of the two factory-paired G4s to serve as Rider B with the third G4 unit as Rider C). Since the factory-paired units use Channel A, you must now pair the third G4 unit (Rider C) on Channel B. a. Turn on the designated Rider B unit and the Rider C unit by pressing their Mobile Buttons until their blue light flash three times.
b. On both units press the Channel B Button until the lights are flashing rapidly in Blue indicating that Rider B and Rider C are in Pairing mode. c. Within a few seconds, both G4s will show a solid light for two seconds, indicating that they are now paired, connected and ready for use. d. Turn on Rider A unit and wait until it reconnects to the factory paired Rider B unit.
NOTE: If units A and B dont reconnect automatically, press the Channel A Button on Rider A unit and connect manually.
4-Way Intercom between up to two couples on two motorcycles two drivers (1 and 3) and two passengers (2 and 4)
There are two ways to start an Intercom call with your paired G4s while the G4 is in Standby mode: VOICE CONNECT: Start talking loudly Once you start talking loudly, an Intercom call will be established with both paired G4s, CHANNEL A and CHANNEL B (if both are available). CHANNEL BUTTON CONNECT: Single tap the CHANNEL A or "B" Button to add or remove the chosen channel from an Intercom call.
In this configuration the two passengers (numbered 2 and 4) are each using two Bluetooth connections: Passenger 2 is paired to Driver 1 and to Passenger 4 Passenger 4 is paired to Driver 3 and to Passenger 2
IMPORTANT: Since both Passengers each use two Bluetooth connections during the conference mode, they will both be disconnected from their mobile phones until the conference mode is terminated. Upon termination, both Passengers will automatically re-connect to their mobile phones. Both Drivers 1 and 3 remain connected to their mobile phones or GPS devices during the 4-way intercom call.
9.10c. FOUR-WAY INTERCOM When connected to three other G4 units, your G4 can also participate in a 4-way Conference Intercom Call (full duplex) as explained below. Please note that the 4-way conference operates in a linear manner, whereby the two passengers serve as the connecting links for the entire group. Therefore, if one of the Passengers disconnects, the 4-way conference mode will be interrupted until that passenger is reconnected.
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PAIRING FOUR SCALA RIDER G4s To converse in the 4-Way intercom conference mode, the four G4s must be paired as shown in the biker illustration above. All four units should initially be turned off. Step One: Pair Driver 1 to Passenger 2 via Channel A as follows a. Turn both G4s ON by pressing and holding the Mobile Buttons until the Blue Light flashes three times. b. Both G4s should now be flashing slowly in Blue.
c. Press and hold CHANNEL (A) BUTTON on both G4s for at least six seconds until the G4s BLUE or RED Light begins flashing rapidly, indicating that they have entered the Intercom Pairing mode (See Table in section 9.10). d. Release the buttons and wait until both G4s display a solid light for two seconds, indicating that the two G4s are now paired for Intercom connection. (This may take up to two minutes). Step Two: Pair Driver 3 to Passenger 4 via Channel A Repeat the above pairing procedure between Driver 3 and Passenger 4. Step Three: Pair Passenger 2 to Passenger 4 via Channel B Repeat the above pairing procedure between Passenger 2 and Passenger 4 using the Channel B button. (instead of Channel A button as described in point "c" of Step One above). Your 4-Way Conference Intercom Pairing is now complete and ready to use.
NOTE: If the Pairing process is not completed within two minutes the G4s will return to Standby mode.
Making 4-Way Intercom calls Once you have successfully paired the four G4s as described above, and all units are in standby mode, proceed as follows to start a 4-way Conference Intercom call: a. Passenger 2 should press Button B to initiate a call with Passenger 4. Wait until audio is heard on both G4s and proceed to the next step. b. Driver 1 should press Button A to initiate a call with Passenger 2. c. Driver 3 should press Button A to initiate a call with Passenger 4. Now the 4-way intercom conference mode is established.
NOTE: If one of the G4s should disconnect or drop off from the 4-way call and fails to reconnect, repeat the three steps above in that precise order.
9.11 USING THE G4 FOR INTERCOM WITH OTHER SCALARIDER MODELS 9.11a. TWO-WAY INTERCOM with scalarider Q2/Q2 pro To use your G4 with a Q2 unit, we recommend that you also refer to your Q2 manual. 1. If either device is turned OFF, turn it ON by pressing and holding either the Mobile Button for the G4 unit or the CTRL Button for the Q2 until the Blue Lights flash three times. 2. Make sure that both devices are now flashing slowly in Blue. 3. On the G4, select an available CHANNEL to pair the Q2 (CHANNEL A or CHANNEL B).
NOTE: Selecting a CHANNEL that is already in use will replace the paired device on that CHANNEL with the newly paired headset.
9.11b. TWO-WAY INTERCOM WITH EARLIER SCALARIDER MODELS To use your G4 with other scalarider models such as the Solo, FM, "TeamSet pro" or a TeamSet Driver unit make sure you have the manual of the other scalarider headset available. 1. While the G4 is turned OFF, turn it ON by pressing and holding the Mobile Button until the Blue Light flashes three times. 2. Turn the other scala rider ON by pressing and holding its CTRL Button until the Red/Blue lights begin rapidly alternating. 3. For the G4, select an available CHANNEL to pair the other unit (CHANNEL A or CHANNEL B).
4. On the G4, press and hold the assigned CHANNEL BUTTON (A or B) for at least six seconds until the G4s BLUE or RED Light begins flashing rapidly, indicating it is in Intercom Pairing mode (See Table in 9.10). 5. On the Q2, simultaneously press and hold the CTRL and MC Buttons until the RED Light begins flashing rapidly, indicating it is in Intercom Pairing mode (see Q2 manual). 6. Within a few seconds, both units will show a solid light for two seconds, indicating that they are now paired, connected and ready for use.
NOTES: If the Pairing process is not completed within two minutes the units will return to Standby mode. Voice Connect Intercom can only be initiated from the G4/Q2 pro. However, you can always initiate the Intercom manually also from a Q2 unit by pressing the button.
4. On the G4, press and hold the assigned CHANNEL BUTTON (A or B) for at least six seconds until the BLUE or RED Light begins flashing rapidly, indicating it is in Intercom Pairing mode. (See 9.10 Intercom Channel Table for details) 5. Within a few seconds, the G4 will show a solid light for two seconds, indicating that the two units are now paired, connected and ready for use.
NOTES: If the Pairing process is not completed within two minutes the units will return to Standby mode. When using an earlier scalarider model to serve as the Passenger unit (e.g. a Solo, FM, TeamSet pro or a TeamSet Driver unit), Voice Connect Intercom can only be initiated from the G4. However, you can always initiate the Intercom manually also from the other scala rider unit by pressing the button.
Initiate Intercom calls from scala rider G4
There are two ways to start an Intercom call with your paired headsets while the G4 is in Standby mode: VOICE CONNECT: Start talking loudly CHANNEL BUTTON CONNECT: Single tap the chosen Channel Button to add or remove the unit from an Intercom call.
Using the G4 with two Q2/Q2 pro headsets:
Proceed with setup as in section 9.11a above and use either in Riderto-Passenger or in Bike-to-Bike mode. Using the G4 and scalariderQ2/Q2 pro with either a Solo, FM, TeamSet pro or TeamSet (Driver) headset: Q2/Q2 pro: Proceed with setup as in section 9.11a above and use in Bike-to-Bike mode. Solo, FM, or TeamSet (Driver): Proceed with setup as in section 9.11b above but use only in Rider-to-Passenger mode. Example: To pair your G4 with a Q2 and an FM headset: 1. Pair your G4 with the Q2 as described in section 9.11a., using CHANNEL A. 2. Pair your G4 with the FM as described in section 9.11b., using CHANNEL B (For Rider-to-Passenger use only). Using your G4 with another G4 and another scalarider model (such as a Q2/Q2 pro, Solo, FM, TeamSet pro or TeamSet [Driver]) 1. Proceed with setup as in section 9.10b above for pairing the second G4. 2. Proceed with setup as in section 9.11a or 9.11b above according to the headset you want to use. Example: To pair your G4 with another G4 and a scalarider FM headset: 1. Pair your G4 with the second G4 as described in section 9.10a., using CHANNEL A. 2. Pair your G4 with the FM as described in section 9.11b., using CHANNEL B [For Rider-to-Passenger use only].
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and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1) this device may not cause interference and 2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. FCC/IC RF Radiation Exposure Statement: This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. End users must follow the specific operating instructions for satisfying RF exposure compliance. The antenna used for this transmitter must not transmit simultaneously with any other antenna or transmitter, except in accordance with FCC/IC multi-transmitter product procedures. European CE Notice The scalariderG4 headset (the Product) is in conformity with the following essential requirements of Council Directive 1999/5/EC (referred to as R&TTE Directive): Articles 3.1a, 3.1.b and 3.2. The Product is manufactured in accordance with Annex II of the above directive. Declaration of Conformity (DOC) The scalariderG4 headset is compliant with and adopts the Bluetooth Specification 2.1 and has successfully passed all interoperability tests that are specified in the Bluetooth specification. However, interoperability between the device and other Bluetooth-enabled products is not guaranteed.
IMPORTANT SAFETY AND WARRANTY INFORMATION WAIVER AND GENERAL RELEASE
WARNING: Cardo Systems Inc., (Cardo) notifies you that your complete and undivided attention is required when using a communication device while riding a motorcycle, scooter, moped, ATV, quad-bike, bicycle or any other vehicle or equipment (vehicle). Failure to avoid potentially hazardous situations could result in accident resulting in serious injury or death. Cardo strongly advises you to take all necessary precautions and remain alert to the traffic, weather and all road conditions. It is best to stop your vehicle on the roadside away from traffic prior to activating or deactivating the Product or initiating or receiving any calls. Do not perform pairing, linking or similar operations while operating a vehicle. All publications, advertisements and similar sales materials are intended to address technical capabilities and should not be construed as encouraging the operation of Cardos products (Product) in any manner that is unsafe or prohibited by law. Exercise all due caution while using this Product and obey all applicable traffic laws. Always operate the vehicle and the Product in a safe manner. Do not become distracted by the Product while driving or riding on a vehicle. Remain mindful of all driving conditions when using the Product. Always make sure that any use of your hands in connection with the Product is performed easily, appropriately and in a safe manner. Keep your hands on the handlebar while operating the vehicle. Minimize the time your hands perform any operation on the Product and stop safely away from any traffic to make adjustments. When riding, always consider road, traffic, terrain and other conditions to maximize safety. Do not operate the Product if it becomes unsafe to do so. In some states, the use of mobile communications systems is prohibited or restricted. Check all laws and regulations that apply to your region before using the Product and be mindful that compliance with all laws and
regulations is the users responsibility. Use the Product in motion only where and in the manner that such devices are permitted by applicable law. The Product should not be used in contravention of local, state or federal laws and regulations. Please check federal, state and local laws and regulations before using your Cardo Product. No part of the body should come in contact with the antenna during operation of the equipment. Use Product only where safe, and avoid usage at gas stations, fuel depots or around explosives. Use with hearing aids and medical devices only after consulting a physician or specialist. Make sure to install and mount the Product in a stable manner. Volume levels should be kept at reasonable levels and not at their maximum to avoid impairment of ambient noise.
Some devices may interfere with certain hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you should consult your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives. Other Medical Devices If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device and/ or your physician to determine if it is adequately shielded from interference caused by external RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information. LIMITED WARRANTY Subject to the applicable laws and regulations in your jurisdiction, your Product is covered by a One-Year Limited product warranty from the date of original purchase. Please retain the retail sales receipt and your registration data for proof of purchase. Subject to the aforementioned, Cardo hereby represents that this Product is warranted to be free from defects in materials or workmanship (proof of purchase and registration required). Within the subject period, Cardo will, at its sole option, repair or replace any components that fail in normal use. Such repairs or replacements will be made at no charge to the customer for parts or labor, provided that the customer shall be responsible for any transportation cost. This warranty does not cover failures due to abuse, misuse, accident or unauthorized alteration or repairs. This Product is intended to be used only as a communication and entertainment device and should not be used in any location or jurisdiction where its use is prohibited. THE WARRANTIES AND REMEDIES CONTAINED HEREIN ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING ANY LIABILITY ARISING UNDER ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTIBILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE THAT CARDO SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS. scala rider G4 PowerSet 25
(b) these risks and dangers may be caused by the negligence of the manufacturers or its agents or any third party involved in designing or manufacturing the Product; (c) these risks and dangers may arise from foreseeable or unforeseeable causes. You hereby assume all risks and dangers and all responsibility for any losses and/ or damages, whether caused in whole or in part by the negligence or other conduct of others, including Cardo. 5. By using the Product, you confirm that you have read this release of liability and fully understand and accept its terms and conditions.
The Scala Rider G4 re-defines the notion of high-end communication for motorcycle helmets. Encased in a rugged yet streamlined body, the Scala Rider G4 offers Bike-to-Bike Intercom at a remarkable range of up to 1 mile. The G4 also features unique 4-way Intercom between two bikers and two passengers or 3-way intercom among three separate bikers. The Scala Rider G4 offers multilingual status announcements allowing bikers to maintain smooth and safe hands free communication while on the move. The device transmits useful information regarding connectivity status to other bikers, to your mobile phone, the FM station you are listening to and more. The G4 is truly the most biker friendly headset on the market. Built-in FM radio and cable connectivity to external MP3 player Priority Management. No need to manually disconnect from intercom or music to receive incoming phone calls or GPS instructions. Talk time: up to 10 hours. Charging time: 3 hours. Digital Signal Processing (DSP) for advanced audio. 4-Way Intercom (2 drivers and 2 passengers) 3-Way Intercom (3 separate bikers) 2-Way Intercom (rider-to-rider or rider-to-passenger) Mobile Phone Conference Mode (rider, passenger, outside caller) Compatible with most major Bluetooth GPS devices. GPS voice instructions override music, FM Radio and Intercom calls.
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