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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                      Quick Reference Guide




                                      Instruction Manual
                               POC Trunked Portable Radio




      We are very grateful for your purchasing Kirisun brand two-way radio produced by
      Kirisun Communications Co., Ltd.
      We believe Kirisun two-way radio, which always incorporates the latest technology, can
      bring great convenience to your life and work. We also believe that the quality and
      function of Kirisun two-way radio can meet your demands for reliable communication.




POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                                                                  Quick Reference Guide

Contents
Safety ...........................................................................................................................................2

Regulatory ...................................................................................................................................7

Caring for your product ..............................................................................................................8

Connectors, controls, buttons and keys....................................................................................9

Keys, buttons and knobs overview ..........................................................................................11

LED status indicator..................................................................................................................12

Battery information ...................................................................................................................13

Accessory information..............................................................................................................17

Basic operation .........................................................................................................................19

Technical specifications ...........................................................................................................23




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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                                 Quick Reference Guide

Safety
Read these safety instructions carefully.
Attention!
Kirisun products are designed for use by mobile workforces, often working alone, and are
intended for use in uncontrolled conditions.
It is the responsibility of the person operating the product to ensure that it is operated safely at all times,
and that local laws and regulations governing the usage of Radio Frequency ,RF, products are
observed. Obey all signs and instructions relating to the usage to RF wireless devices
It is recommended that you obtain training on how to safely operate this product. Your personal safety
could be affected if you do not understand how to operate this product correctly.
This product must not be operated in environments that exceed those listed in the product technical
datasheet and in the Regulatory section of the product user guide.
Unauthorised modifications to the product could cause the product to become non-operational. Always
use Kirisun approved antenna, battery and accessories with this product.




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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                           Quick Reference Guide

Exposure to RF energy
Kirisun designs and manufactures products to meet strict guidelines and international standards
relating to Radio Frequency ,RF, energy and the potential health risks associated with using such
products. If you have any concerns about potential health risks associated with long term exposure to
RF energy, you should obtain advice from your employer.


RF energy interference with electronic equipment
Some personal medical devices, such as hearing aids and pacemakers, can be affected by RF energy.
Always consult your service provider or the manufacturer of the medical device before using RF
wireless devices.
Some electronic devices are sensitive to RF energy. POWER OFF your radio when operating within
health care facilities or other areas that are sensitive to RF energy.


Safely operating your radio
Your radio is not intrinsically safe and has not been designed for use in hazardous environments such
as gas fumes, flammable chemicals, or blasting areas. Check the compliance ratings of this product
before operating the radio in any hazardous environment.

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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                             Quick Reference Guide

Your radio should be used in its normal operating position when hand-held, worn on the body or
secured within a cradle. Always ensure that the antenna is pointed away from the body, particularly the
eyes. When body-worn, the radio must be secured using Kirisun approved attachments. Always ensure
that your radio is operating correctly before entering any environment that has a potential risk to
personal safety.
Only remove the antenna, battery or accessories when it is safe to do so.
Protection against hearing loss
NEVER place the radio next to your ear, like a mobile phone when making a PTT call. Your radio has a
powerful loudspeaker that could potentially damage your hearing if held next to your ear. Always check
the volume level before making and receiving calls.
Safety when driving a vehicle
Always obey local laws and regulations governing the operation of RF wireless devices when driving
and whilst at locations. Do not operate your radio if it creates a distraction from driving safely and
observing road conditions.
Always POWER OFF your radio at refuelling stations and obey warning signs relating to the use of RF
wireless devices in the vicinity of refuelling stations.



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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                            Quick Reference Guide

Important safety notes about the Antenna
NEVER touch the antenna when the radio is transmitting, this may cause a minor burn to the skin and
may affect the operational range of the antenna. NEVER use your radio if the antenna shows signs for
damage.
DO NOT handle, hold or swing the radio by its antenna, because this may damage the antenna and the
radio. Do not chew the antenna or place it into your mouth. NEVER use your radio without an antenna
attached. Transmitting without an antenna may damage the radio. Only use a Kirisun approved
antenna with your radio.
Operational Conditions
Do not exceed the operational conditions for the radio and battery. Always check the technical data for
this product before attempting to operate the product in extreme conditions. Leaving the radio in
extreme temperatures (over 50°C or 122°F) for example behind glass indirect sunlight may cause
damage to the casing and the battery.
Care should be taken to avoid mechanical impact.
Accessories
Kirisun products have been tested to meet strict guidelines for personal safety and operational
conditions. Only accessories approved by Kirisun are recommended for use with this product. Always
read the instructions supplied with the accessory for additional safety instructions.
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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                                Quick Reference Guide

The use of non-approved accessories may invalidate any product warranty. If a non-approved
accessory is fitted, it may compromise the product safety ratings.
Always fit the RAC cover when an accessory is not in use.
Safe installation into vehicles
Electronic control mechanisms within a vehicle can be affected by the use of RF energy such as ABS
and transmission controls. Always refer to the vehicle manufacturer,s instructions and technical
information relating to electronic modules and their wiring harnesses before installing an RF wireless
device into a vehicle.
Do not install the product within the air bag deployment area. In the event of the air bag deflating, the
radio could be propelled at great force potentially causing serious injury.
Servicing
Do not attempt to dismantle this product. Servicing and repairs to this product must be performed by
trained service technicians at Kirisun approved service centres.




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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                            Quick Reference Guide



Regulatory
            Kirisun declares that this product is compliant with the essential requirements and other
            relevant provisions of the European R&TTE directive 1999/5/EC relating to radio and
            telecommunications terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity.
            This product is also compliant with directive 2011/65/EU having been designed and
manufactured to the RoHS requirements.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment recycling
          This symbol on the product or its packaging indicates that this product must not be disposed
          of as household or commercial waste. Some countries have set up collection and recycling
          systems for waste electrical and electronic products. By ensuring that this product and its
          packaging is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potentially negative consequences
          for the environment and human health, and help conserve natural resources.Please dispose
of your waste product according to your national and local regulations. Contact your service provider or
Kirisun for information about disposing of this product in your region of the world.
Disposing of batteries
        Your radio is supplied with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. This symbol on the battery and
        its packaging indicates that it must not be disposed of with household or commercial waste.
        Please dispose of your waste batteries according to your national and local regulations.
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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                              Quick Reference Guide

Contact your service provider or Kirisun about recycling batteries in your region of the world.

US and Canadian Markets
FCC radiation exposure statement
This radio is intended for use in occupational/controlled applications where users have been made
aware of the potential risks for exposure and can exercise control over their exposure. This product is
not authorised for general population, consumer or similar use.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

Caring for your product
Your radio does not require regular servicing. Caring for your radio as described in this guide will help
maintain the product in good operational condition.
Kirisun supplies a range of accessories to protect the radio during use, i ncluding a protective cover.
Contact Kirisun for more information.
Always wear eye protection when using brushes or other tools to remove debris from connectors or
other parts of the radio.
Do not use chemicals, aerosols or abrasive cleaners. Chemical coatings must not be applied to any
part of the radio or battery.
Clean the exterior surfaces daily using a lint free soft cloth.
Clean the battery contacts periodically using a soft brush

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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                             Quick Reference Guide



Keys, buttons and knobs overview
Power switch / Volume knob
To power on, rotate clockwise.
To power off, rotate counter-clockwise.
To increase the volume, continue rotating clockwise. Rotate counter - clockwise to decrease the volume.
Channel knob / Group selector knob
Rotate clockwise to change channels / groups. Your service provider may program your radio up to 16
channels with contact groups or persons.
Top button
It,s defined to support individual call and duplex call.
Side button (Programmable)
It,s programmable to support the following functions : broadcast battery / broadcast user name /
broadcast group name / download voice record / open contact list / Wi-Fi switch / Hotspot switch. It
supports defining function for two actions: “long press” and “short press”.

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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                                  Quick Reference Guide

LED status indicator
The LED changes colour to show the operational state of your radio.

            LED                                        Operational State

                          Fail to insert SIM card or SIM card was installed wrongly, voice
                          prompts ,mobile phone card read failure,.
                          This device is not added in the server.
          Solid red
                          Device is added, but its group select or knob is not set successfully.
                          SIM card PIN unlock unsuccessfully, and the voice prompts "PIN
                          ERROR".
        Solid green       Calling status (group call / single call / duplex / all call).
                          In the status of downloading or playing voice records.
        Solid yellow      Standby status for individual call.
                          Standby status or setting up status for duplex call.
                          SIM card is not activated or in deficit, so the device cannot register to
        Flashing red
                          the wireless network.

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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                                 Quick Reference Guide


            LED                                       Operational State

                           Wireless signal is poor, so the device cannot register.
       Flashing green
                           Has successfully registered in the server, enter the standby mode.
           slowly
       Flashing yellow     In the status of registering to the network.

        No indication      Radio is in ‘idle’ mode or is powered off.

Battery information
Your radio is supplied with a Kirisun approved battery to provide optimum performance. If you battery is
new, it may need to be fully charged before first use. Always ensure your battery is fully charged before
you start your shift.
The following guidelines will help you get the best performance from your Kirisun battery and help to
ensure your safety.
Battery safety
Refer to the instructions supplied with the charger for more safety information.


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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                                Quick Reference Guide

           Warning: Take care when handling and charging batteries. Accidental short-circuiting of
           the battery electrical circuit ,battery radios, by metal objects may cause bodily injury such
           as a burn. Do not disassemble, mutilate or incinerate the battery.



     Caution: This radio has been tested and certified using a Kirisun approved battery. Using non-
     approved batteries may damage the radio and invalidate any product warranty.
     When recharging batteries, always ensure that the battery charger is placed in a well-ventilated
     area away from combustible materials.
     Never use a battery that shows signs of damage ,not minor scratches, or has been dropped or
     received a ‘sharp blow’. Damage to the battery may not always be obvious.


Storage and transportation
Use the original packaging to store and transport batteries. To obtain the best performance from your
battery, store it in a cool dry place. Failure to store batteries correctly could lead to reduced capacity
and battery life.
Do not store a fully charged battery for periods exceeding 6 months. For storage periods exceeding 6
months, apply a conditioning charge of 7 minutes for standard and 12 minutes for high capacity
batteries every 6 months.

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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                                  Quick Reference Guide

Storage temperature guidelines:
<1 months             -20 to +55 , C ,-4 to 131 , F,
1 to 3 months         -20 to +40 , C ,-4 to 104 , F,
>3months              -20 to +30 , C ,-4 to 86 , F,


Charging your battery
If the battery is new, it is important that it is fully charged before first use.
Your radio will sound an audible alert when the battery has less than 15% charge remaining.
Typical charging time is approximately 3-4 hours. This may vary depending on the battery and
environmental conditions.
Charge your battery between 5°C to 35 °C (41°F to 95°F) temperatures
only.
Always ensure that the radio is powered off before charging the battery.
This radio provides 3 types of charging:
1,   Charging with the micro USB slot in the RAC ( battery attached in the
     boy of radio)



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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                            Quick Reference Guide

Connect the data/charging cable to the micro USB in the RAC, the LED indicator at the top of the radio
can show the charging status.



2,   Charging with the micro USB slot at the bottom of the battery
Remove the battery from the body of the radio, connect the data/charging
cable to the micro USB slot at the bottom of the battery. The LED indicator
can show the charging status.



3,   Charging with the charger ,charger is optional accessory,
The charger must be placed onto a flat surface away from
flammable materials when charging.
Place the battery into the charger pocket by aligning the slots on the
battery with the guides on the charger pocket. It is not necessary to
remove the battery from the radio when charging. Ensure the
battery ,or radio with battery attached, is secure in the charger
pocket.


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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                               Quick Reference Guide




Never leave the battery or radio with battery attached in the charger when not charging.
The charger unit has LEDs that indicate the state of charging.


                Charger LED                                           State

         Solid red                       Battery is charging.
         Solid green                     Battery is fully charged. Standby mode without battery.



Accessory information
Fit the battery
Align the battery with the two slots on the back of the radio.
Carefully slide the battery forward along the slots until it clicks
into place.

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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                             Quick Reference Guide

Remove the battery
Ensure the radio is powered off.
Push the battery latch upwards. Slide the battery backwards until it detaches from the radio.


Fit the antenna
Ensure the radio is powered off.
Place the antenna into its receptacle.


Rotate the antenna clockwise until finger tight.
Fit the belt clip
Ensure the radio is powered off.
Remove the two screws at the back of the radio using a cross-head PH1
screwdriver.
Align the screw holes on the belt clip with the mounting holes on the
back of the radio.
Secure into position using the two screws.

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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                            Quick Reference Guide

   Caution: Do not over tighten the screws, this may damage the product.


Connect the programming cable
Open the RAC fist, then plus the data/charging cable into the micro USB slot in the
RAC.




Fit earphone (earphone is optional accessory)
Open the RAC cover first, then plug Kirisun-approved earphone into the
slot in the RAC.




Basic operation
Power on/off
To power on, rotate the Power/volume knob clockwise.

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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                                   Quick Reference Guide

To power off, rotate the Power/volume knob counter-clockwise until the knob clicks.
Standby
First boot after installed battery, it will take about 50s to register in the server. Then if turn off the power,
the radio will get into sleep mode to maintain the minimum power consumption. If turn on again, it will
takes just 10 seconds to register. After successfully registered, the radio will get into the standby status
waiting for group call.
Adjusting the volume
Rotate the Power/volume knob clockwise to increase the volume.
Rotate the Power/volume knob counter-clockwise to decrease the volume.
Selecting a channel
Your service provider may program the radio with up to 16 channels with either a contact group or
person.
To change the channel, rotate the channel selector knob.
Call duration setting
To avoid occupy right to speak too long, it provides setting for call durat ion, Time periods range from 30
to 90 seconds, and can be set in the configurati on tool. At the end of the time period, the call will be
terminated automatically no matter the calling is finished or not.

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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                                 Quick Reference Guide

Making a PTT call
Press PTT key to initiate a call, if there is no group member online, then voice prompts ,no user online,,
otherwise the indicator turns green to indicate the call has gotten through. Release the PTT key to
finish the call to enter the standby status.
Receiving a PTT call
When the radio is in standby status, if a call comes, the indicator will turn solid red. When the call is
finished, a sound ‘Di’ can be heard. When the call is finished, If it’s a group call, the indicator will flash
green slowly; if it’s a individual call, the indicator will turn yellow. If want to call back, press PTT button.
Delay access
Allow radio to access an ongoing group call after a period of time.
Priority call
Allow setting different priorities for each radio. The radio with higher priority can make a call prior to
others.
Calling types
    Group call



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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                              Quick Reference Guide

After boot, the radio will enter standby status waiting for group call, press the PTT button can make a
group call, and by rotating the channel / group selection knob can switch between the groups.
    Individual call
1)   Do the setting of “friend person” for radio in the management platform.
2)   Short-press “Top key” to enter the mode of “individual call”. Press again to exit the individual mode.
3)   By pressing “Programmable side button 1” and “Programmable side button 1”, each radio in the
     preset friend list can be selected.
4)   Press PTT button to initiate the individual call.
5)   The both radios in the call have the right to speak.
6)   Press “PTT button” to terminate the call.
    All call
1)   First, add an “All call” group with relevant members in the management platform. The radio with the
     authorization of “All call” can call all the radios belonging to the account (agent / client / company
     etc,, no matter which group the radios are in at the moment. The all call will last for 30s, within this
     period, every member in this call group could have right to speak.

Historical call record playback
Press the programmable button which is programmed to be with “download the historical call”, then the
radio can download and playback the historical call. It only supports to download five historical calls,
and this function should be opened in the management platform in advance.


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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                            Quick Reference Guide

Position information report
GPS function can report the radio’s position information to the management platform. Then radio’s
position can be shown in map in the management platform or dispatcher.
Low battery alert
When the remaining battery is less than 15%, voice will prompt “low battery, please charge” first time.
When the remaining battery is less than 10%, voice will prompt “low battery, please charge” again.
When the remaining battery is less than 5%, there will be a voice prompts “low battery, please charge”
at a certain frequency with the indicator flashing slowly.
Advanced signalling function
Support functions of stun, revive and kill.

Technical specifications
                                              General




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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                            Quick Reference Guide

                            3G : W CD M A 850 M hz+1900 M hz or W CD M A 900 M hz+2100 M h
 C omm un ication M ode
                            2G : G S M 850 M +900 M +180 0M +1900 M hz
 & F requen cy B an d
                            W IF I: 2.4G hz

                            2G : 200 kH z
 C hanne lS pa cing         3G : 5M hz
                            ,Follow 2G/3G protocol and managed by public telecom operator

 O perating T em perature   -20℃ ~ + 50℃

 S torage T em perature     -40℃ ~ + 80℃

 P ow er S upp ly           DC 3.7V

 B atte ry                  4000 m A h Li-ion
                            115 mm *54mm *30m m
 Dimension (H*W*D )
                            (withbattery, without antenna
                                                      )
 W eigh t                   330g ,with battery and antenna
                                                        ,


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POC Trunked Portable Two-way Radio                                      Quick Reference Guide

 Display                  NA

 Keypad                   NA

 Dustproof & Waterproof   IP65

                          2G mode: 22 hrs ,GPS on ,, 25 hrs ,GPS off,
 Battery Life (3600mAh)
                          3G mode: 15 hrs ,GPS on ,, 16 hrs ,GPS off,

                                         Transmitter

                          2G: 2W ± 0.5W
 RF Power Output
                          3G: 0.25W ± 0.1W
 Frequency Stability      ±0.1 ppm

 Audio Distortion         5% (typical)
                                           Receiver

 Frequency Stability      ±0.1 ppm


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4.) WLAN: Connect the computer to install the desktop tool, enter the settings to open the
  hotspot, set the connection password.The necessity of hotspots: It can share network data
 to other devices.
5.)Bluetooth:Connect the computer to install the desktop tool, enter the Bluetooth settings
search device, input the password pair.
6.) bluetooth low energy:Reduce the power consumption of whole device while using
Bluetooth.
7.) How are the groups/ users configured:Setup group/users via IMEI number through
PC terminal.
8.)FM receiver YES?Answer:Does not support FM.
9.)GSM:GSM is data.
10.)No information about any app which allow some configuration through smart phones?
Answer:Unable to configure application by smartphone.
11.)The device is connected to the PC via USB to configure Groups/WLAN/BT




 FCC RF EXPOSURE INFORMATION:
 WARNING!! Read this information before using your phone
 In August 1986 the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the United States with its action
 in Report and Outer FCC 96-326 adopted an updated safety standard for human exposure to radio
 frequency (RF) electromagnetic energy emitted by FCC regulated transmitters. Those guidelines are
 consistent with the safety standard previously set by both U.S. and international standards bodies.
 The design of this PTT complies with the FCC guidelines and these international standards. Use
 only the supplied or an approved antenna. Unauthorized antennas modifications, or attachments
 could impair call quality, damage the PTT, or result in violation of FCC regulations. Do not use the
 PTTwith a damaged antenna. If a damaged antenna comes into contact with the skin, a minor burn
 may result. Please contact your local dealer for replacement antenna.

 BODY-WORN OPERATION:

 To comply with FCC RF exposure requirements, a minimum separation distance of
 25mm must be maintained between the user's face and the front of the PTT, including the antenna.
 SAR compliance for body-worn operating conditions is restricted to belt clips, holsters or similar
 accessories that have no metallic component in the assembly and must provide a minimum
 separation distance of 0 cm between the device and the body.
 and have not been tested for typical body-worn operations may not comply with FCC RF
 exposure limits and should be avoided.
 For more information about RF exposure, please visit the FCC website at www.fcc.gov


When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency (RF) signals. In August, 1996, the Federal
 Communications Commissions (FCC) adopted RF exposure guidelines with safety levels for hand-
 held wireless PTT. Those guidelines are consistent with the safety standards previously set by
 both U.S. and international standards bodies:


 <ANSIC95.1> (1992) / <NCRP Report 86> (1986) / <ICNIRP> (1999)

 Those standards were based on comprehensive and periodic evaluations of the relevant scientific
 literature. For example, over 120 scientists, engineers, and physicians from universities, government
 health agencies, and industry reviewed the available body of research to develop the ANSI Standard
 (C95.1). Nevertheless, we recommend that you use a hands-free kit with your PTT (such as an
 earpiece or headset) to avoid potential exposure to RF energy. The design of your PTT complies
 with the FCC guidelines (and those standards).

 Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications,
 or attachments could damage the PTT and may violate FCC regulations.




  RF Exposure Information:
 This product is compliance to FCC RF Exposure requirements and refers to FCC website
 https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/GenericSearch.cfm search for FCC ID: Q5EW25 to
 gain further information include SAR Values.


This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.


NOTE: The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized
modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off 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

   Do not use the device with the environment which below minimum -10℃ or over maximum 50℃,
the device may not work.

   Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

Ad Hoc function is supported but not able to operate on non-US frequencies.



Please only use the belt clip provided in the package.


This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS

standard(s). Operation is subject to the following tow conditions:

(1)this device may not cause interference, and(2) this device must

accept any interference, includinginterference that may cause

undesired operation of the device.

 Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada

applicables auxappareils radio exempts de licence. L'exploitation

est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes :(1) l'appareil ne doit

pas produire de brouillage, et(2) l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit

accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage

est susceptible d'en compromettre lefonctionnement.

BODY-WORN OPERATION:             This device was tested for typical

body-worn operations with the back of the PTT kept 0cm from the body.

To comply with RSS102 requirements, a minimum separation

distance of 0cm must be maintained between the user's body and the

back of the PTT, including the antenna. Third-party belt-clips, holsters

and similar accessories containing metallic components shall not be used.

Body-worn accessories that cannot maintain 0cm separation distance

between the user's body and the back of the PTT, and have not been

tested for typical body-worn operations may not comply with RSS 102

limits and should be avoided.

Antenna for GSM & UMTS: GSM850: -1.26dBi; PCS1900: -1.85dBi;


WCDMA850: -1.05dBi; WCDMA1900:-1.96dBi


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               RF Exposure Information:
               This product is compliance to IC RF Exposure requirements and refers to IC website
               https://sms-sgs.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/sms-sgs-prod.nsf/eng/h_00013.html search for IC: 8922A-W25 to
               gain further information include SAR Values.


Ce produit est conforme aux exigences d'exposition à RF RF et se réfère au site Web IC
Informations sur l'exposition RF:
Obtenir d'autres informations incluent les valeurs SAR.
Https://sms-sgs.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/sms-sgs-prod.nsf/fra/h_00013.html recherche IC: 8992A-W60W65 pour obtenir de plus amples informations incluent les valeurs SAR.



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