Uniden Handheld UHF Transceiver UH076SX manual
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OWNER’S MANU AL UH076SX Handheld UHF T r ansceiv er[...]
W ARNING! i W A TERPROOF: JIS7 Uniden's UH076SX radio is designed to meet the water proofing standard of JIS7. This Means: Being defined as having no ingress of water when immersed at 1 metre for 30 minutes. The UH076SX will only meet this rating if fully assembled and all rubber seals and bungs are well maintained and correctly fitted. This m[...]
CONTENTS 1 Introduction Features ..................................................................................................2 Included in your Package ........................................................................3 Optional Accessories ............................. .................................................3 Getting St arted[...]
2 INTRODUCTION The UH076SX is a JIS7 W aterproof, portable two-way UHF-CB radio. It is compact, rugged and fit s easily in your hand. This hand held UHF radio will give you consistent, outst anding performance in virtually all conditions and situations. T o ensure that you get the most from the UH076SX features, please read this operating guide car[...]
3 INCLUDED IN YOUR P ACKAGE Drop-in Charger (DT076) Beltclip W rist S trap and Lithium Battery (BP075) AC Adapter (AAD-075S(M)) UH076SX Antenna Printed Material Mounting Screws If any of these items are missing from the box, contact your place of purchase , immediately . OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES M VOX Headset 6 U H0 7 S X 5 S peaker Mic (SM078) M Heavy[...]
4 GETTING ST ARTED Att aching the Antenna Attach the antenna to the UH076SX. Be sure the antenna is firmly seated. Mounting the Drop-in Charger 1. Mount the drop-in charger to either a table or wall. T able: Attach the drop-in charger using the mounting screws and washers. W all: Insert the two mounting screws into the wall keeping the same space a[...]
5 Att aching the Battery Pack 1. Place the battery pack onto the back of the radio. It will only fit in one way . 2. Snap the battery release clip until it clicks. Be sure the battery pack fit s tightly against the UH076SX body . Att aching the Beltclip 1. Hold the beltclip in the direction. 2. Apply it to the hanger piece on the back of the radio.[...]
6 ! The charger won’ t overcharge the battery pack. When charging is completed, the charge LED is no longer illuminated. ! Do not transmit when the UH076SX is in the drop-in charger! ! Y ou can monitor incoming calls while the UH076SX is in the drop-in charger . 4. T o t ake the beltclip off the radio, turn it and slid it up. Charging the Battery[...]
7 Battery Level Display The BA TTER Y icon in the top right hand corner of the screen indicates the UH076SX current battery voltage level at all times. The battery level is displayed in 4 levels. LEVEL 4 Battery 100% full LEVEL 3 Battery approx. 40% capacity LEVEL 2 Low Battery LEVEL 1 (flashing) Empty Battery When is pressed at Level Empty , batte[...]
8 OPERA TION POWER ON/OFF T o turn the unit ON , rot ate the [ON/OFF VOL] clockwise. A channel number and battery level should appear on the display . T o turn the unit OFF , rotate the [ON/OFF VOL] knob counter -clockwise. The display will disappear . ADJUSTING THE KEY BEEPS Y our radio emits a beep each time-one of the keys (except for the PTT or[...]
9 ROGER BEEP Roger Beep is a BEEP that is sent to notify the end of transmission (both PTT and VOX transmission.) Roger Beep can be heard through the speaker when Key Beep is on. Roger Beep is transmitted even if key beep is turned off. However Roger Beep will not be heard from the speaker . T o turn OFF Roger Beep : Press and hold while turning on[...]
10 SQUELCH The squelch is used to eliminate any annoying background noise when there are no signals present. Think of squelch as a gate. T urn [SQ] fully clockwise. This raises the "Squelch Gate" so high that only the very strong signals can get through. Tu r n [SQ] fully counter clockwise until you hear a hiss. This opens the "Squel[...]
11 T O TRANSMIT AND RECEIVE The UH076SX uses the 40 UHF-CB Channels. For your reference a list of the available channels and corresponding frequencies is printed on page 20. 1. The maximum RF transmit power of UH076SX is 5 W atts. 2. Before you transmit, listen for activity on the selected channel. 3. When the channel is clear , press and hold the [...]
12 USING A REPEA TER CHANNEL UHF CB Repeaters are used to retransmit or relay your signal. Repeaters will extend the range of your radio and overcome the shielding effect caused by solid obstructions. In normal Simplex operation, your radio transmits on one p articular frequency and receives on that same frequency . If there is a barrier (i.e. a T [...]
13 T O OPERA TE UH076SX IN DUPLEX MODE Eg. CH01 is being used in your area for repeater use. SCANNING The UH076SX has two types of scanning; Open Scanning (OS) and Group Scanning (GS). Scanning allows you to search for active channels programmed in the OS or GS memory . T o initiate scanning; 1. Assuming the unit is on CH17 when switched on. 2. Pre[...]
14 Group Scan (GS) Mode Allows you to monitor a Priority Channel while scanning. T o use GS Mode Scanning, press the key . . GS icon appears on the display . GS Scanning checks the Priority channel activity regularly . If SCAN is deactivated while in an active channel, the UH076SX will stay on that active channel. If no other channels are active, t[...]
15 Programming Scan Channels 1. Select which Scanning Mode you wish to use OS or GS Mode. OS is indicated by the absence of the GS icon. 2. Select the channel you want to store by pressing or . 3. Press and hold for 1.5 secs. to store. MEM icon appears and two short tone beeps are heard. 4. T o remove the channels from Memory , press and hold for 1[...]
16 ADV ANCED FEA TURES VOX M Built-in V oice Activated Circuit (VOX) feature enables the user to transmit automatically by speaking on the microphone of the VOX headset (not supplied) without pressing the PTT switch. CTCSS (Continuous T one Coded Squelch System) CTCSS is a feature that allows a group to talk to each other without hearing other user[...]
17 VOX feature will not work without the V ox Headset Microphone. The built in mic of UH076SX is temporarily disabled, however accidental pressing of will cause the unit to transmit briefly . Changing the VOX sensitivity setting to oF without removing the microphone will cause the unit to transmit continuously . T o activate VOX 1. Press and hold f[...]
18 POWER SA VE Battery Save feature extends the battery life by switching the receiver circuit power ON and OFF . This feature automatically activates during st andby mode (RX mode without signal). BACK LIGHTING The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) and function keys are backlit for easy viewing at night or in low light situations. The back lighting aut[...]
19 BUSY CHANNEL LOCK-OUT (BCL) This feature prevents accident al transmission on a busy channel. This is recommended on channels where CTCSS is being used. If the channel is "active" and the signal is coming from a non or different CTCSS code user the BCL feature will prevent you from transmitting. T o activate BCL Press and hold for 1.5 [...]
20 UHF CHANNEL & FREQUENCIES Please follow these guidelines for channel use in Australia: • Channels 05 and 35 are Emergency Channels. • Channel 1 1 is a Calling Channel. • Channels 22 and 23 are for telemetry and telecommand applications and voice transmissions are not permitted on these channels. General communication is accepted on all[...]
21 CTCSS CODES & FREQUENCIES[...]
22 W ARRANTY UNIDEN UH076SX UHF CB TRANSCEIVER RADIO T wo Y ear Limited W arranty Note: Please keep your sales docket as it provides evidence of warranty . W arrantor: Uniden Australia Pty Limited ABN 58 001 865 498 Uniden New Zealand Limited W arranty only available in original country of purchase Element s of W arranty: Uniden warrants to the ori[...]
23 CONTROLS & INDICA TORS 1 Antenna 2 Belt Clip 3 Battery 4 Battery Release Clip 5 PTT (Push to T alk) Key 6 Memory Key (mem) 7 Scan Button (scan)/ Busy Channel Lock-Out Mode (bcl) 8 TX Power/Lock Button 9 Microphone 10 S peaker MIC Jack 1 1 ON/OFF VOL Knob 12 Squelch Knob (SQ) 13 LCD Display 14 Monitor Button (mon) 15 Open Scan/Group Scan (os/[...]
24 LCD Display A T ransmit B 1W Power C Duplex T ransmit D Scanning E Monitor F Priority G Busy Channel Lock Out H Group Scanning I Channel Numbers J CTCSS K VOX L Roger Beep M Battery Level Indicator N Key Lock O Memory P Receive GI K L M N O P B C D A E F J H[...]
©2008 Uniden Australia Pty Limited/Uniden New Zealand Limited Part Code UTZZ01913AZ(0). Printed in China[...]