Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product MRC-11X Nady Systems
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MRC-11X Motorcycle Radio Communicator OWNER’S MANUAL .
3 INTRODUCTION AND GENERAL DESCRIPTION Introduction: Congratulations for your purchase of the MRC-11X bike-to-bike radio communicator with driver/passenger intercom. Designed with special features for motor cycle, snowmobile and other helmet/hard hat applications, the Nady MRC-11X offers the most advanced portable communication technology available to allow you to stay connected on the road.
5 WARNINGS TO BE SAFE • Potentially Explosive Atmospheres: T urn your unit OFF when in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere, such as at a gasoline station filling ar ea. Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire, r esulting in bodily injury or even death.
7 INCLUDED AND OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES The following is included in each package: • MRC-11X Motorcycle Communicator • MHS-11XO premium open-face helmet-mount headset with micr ophone for driver and ext. PTT button • User Manual • W arranty Card • Optional Accessories Ordering Form The following are optional accessories (see also included Optional Accessories Ordering Form): • MHS-11XO premium open-face helmet-mount headset with micr ophone for driver or passenger and ext.
9 A QUICK LOOK A T YOUR RADIO 1. Antenna 2. DRV (driver headset) jack 3. PSG/CHG (passenger headset/inter nal charging) jack 4. PWR/SET (on-off/mode selected set) button (key) 5. LCD display 6. AUX (auxiliary music source input) jack 7. UP/DOWN (select) buttons (keys) 8.
11 LCD DISPLA Y DESCRIPTION Key lock ON DISPLA Y DESCRIPTION T ransmit mode Receive mode Battery power level indicator Intercom Basic channel mode Voice level for VOX hand-fr ee Dual channel mode CTCSS on RADIO mode Stopwatch mode: for minute of clock for second of clock, for mil-second FRS mode: for channel number for CTCSS number A) Channel Number .
13 T urning On with the PWR/SET Key Press and hold the PWR/SET key for over 3 seconds to turn the unit on/off. The unit will “beep” when turning the unit on/off and the LCD screen will light when unit is on. Setting V olume level with the UP and DOWN Keys Press either the UP or DOWN keys once momentarily to enter volume setting mode.
15 LOW BA TTERIES POWER INDICA TION OPERA TION MANUAL CTCSS code set Y ou can select any one of the 38 available CTCSS privacy (lockout) codes for each of the 22 channels while the CTCSS icon is flashing. See pg. 16, “ Setting Functions” for instructions for how to enter CTCSS Select mode to get CTCSS icon to flash.
17 Setting Calling T one T ype When the unit is off, pr ess and hold the PWR/SET key and the SCAN key simultaneously till the unit beeps. The unit’ s full LCD display , showing all icons, will light up. Y ou can now select the call tone type. Press the CALL key to sound the first choice of 6 differ ent call tones available.
19 SYMPTOM — No Power SOLUTION • Check batteries. Ensure that the batteries ar e installed correctly • The batteries may be weak. • Replace old batteries with four (4) new AAA alkaline or fully char ged Ni- MH or NiCad rechar geable batteries.
21 CHANNEL CROSS REFERENCE CHART 11 1 22 2 33 3 44 4 55 5 66 6 77 7 88 99 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 13 14 14 11 15 81 6 12 17 91 8 13 19 10 20 14 21 15 22 15 CHANNEL GMRS 22 CHANNEL FRS/GMRS 14 CHANNEL FRS CHANNEL NOT A V AILABLE CHANNEL NOT A V AILABLE 20 CTCSS CODES CODE NO.
23 NA VIGA TING MENU MONITOR/ SCAN MENU SET BACKLIGHT VOLUME UP/DOWN CHANNEL 1-22 CH CALL CTCSS 0-38 CODE MONITOR/ SCAN VOX 1-4 LEVEL KEY LOCK ON/OFF B.SCAN DW VOX ON/OFF CHANNEL 1-22 CH PTT CTCSS 0-38 CODE POWER OFF RADIO INTERCOM CALL TONE SETTING TEST SCREEN SET + SCAN CALL 1-6 TONE SET SET POWER OFF 22 LICENSING INFORMA TION (U.
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