User manual KENWOOD TK-6110

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[. . . ] Do not transmit while the caps are being placed into or are being removed from the container. ◆ INJURY FROM RADIO FREQUENCY TRANSMISSIONS ◆ DYNAMITE BLASTING CAPS Note: This instruction manual covers only the basic functions of the transceiver. Consult your dealer for more detailed information. One or more of the following statements may be applicable: FCC WARNING This equipment generates or uses radio frequency energy. Changes or modifications to this equipment may cause harmful interference unless the modifications are expressly approved in the instruction manual. The user could lose the authority to operate this equipment if an unauthorized change or modification is made. INFORMATION TO THE DIGITAL DEVICE USER REQUIRED BY THE FCC 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. [. . . ] If any items are missing or have been damaged during shipment, file a claim with the carrier immediately. ■ Supplied Accessories Item Microphone Microphone hanger Mounting bracket Power cable assembly kit • Fuse (20 A) Speaker short plug Screw set Instruction manual Quantity 1 1 1 1 set 1 1 1 Microphone Microphone hanger Mounting bracket Power cable assembly kit Speaker short plug Screw set 1 PREPARATION VARIOUS ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT IN YOUR VEHICLE MAY MALFUNCTION IF THEY ARE NOT PROPERLY PROTECTED FROM THE RADIO FREQUENCY ENERGY WHICH IS PRESENT WHILE TRANSMITTING. ELECTRONIC FUEL INJECTION, ANTI-SKID BRAKING, AND CRUISE CONTROL SYSTEMS ARE TYPICAL EXAMPLES OF EQUIPMENT THAT MAY MALFUNCTION. IF YOUR VEHICLE CONTAINS SUCH EQUIPMENT, CONSULT THE DEALER FOR THE MAKE OF VEHICLE AND ENLIST HIS AID IN DETERMINING IF THEY WILL PERFORM NORMALLY WHILE TRANSMITTING. Note: The following preparation instructions are for use by your KENWOOD dealer, an authorized KENWOOD service facility, or the factory. ■ Tools Required Note: Before installing the transceiver, always check how far the mounting screws will extend below the mounting surface. When drilling mounting holes, be careful not to damage vehicle wiring or parts. The following tools are required for installing the transceiver: • A 6 mm (1/4 inch) or larger electric drill. • A 4. 2 mm (5/32 inch) drill bit for the 5 x 16 mm self-tapping screws, and a 3. 2 mm (1/8 inch) drill bit for the 4 x 16 mm self-tapping screws. • Circle cutters. ■ Power Cable Connection THE TRANSCEIVER OPERATES IN 12 V NEGATIVE GROUND SYSTEMS ONLY!CHECK THE BATTERY POLARITY AND VOLTAGE OF THE VEHICLE BEFORE INSTALLING THE TRANSCEIVER. 1 Check for an existing hole, conveniently located in the firewall, where the power cable can be passed through. • If no hole exists, use a circle cutter to drill the firewall, then install a rubber grommet. 2 Run the two power cable leads through the firewall and into the engine compartment, from the passenger compartment. 3 Connect the red lead to the positive (+) battery terminal and the black lead to the negative (–) battery terminal. • Locate the fuse as close to the battery as possible. 4 Coil and secure the surplus cable with a retaining band. • Be sure to leave enough slack in the cables so the transceiver can be removed for servicing while keeping the power applied. 2 ■ Installing the Transceiver FOR PASSENGER SAFETY, INSTALL THE TRANSCEIVER SECURELY, USING THE SUPPLIED MOUNTING BRACKET, SO THE TRANSCEIVER WILL NOT BREAK LOOSE IN THE EVENT OF A COLLISION. 1 Mark the position of the holes in the dash by using the mounting bracket as a template. Drill the holes, then attach the mounting bracket using the supplied 5 x 16 mm screws. • Be sure to mount the transceiver in a location where the controls will be within easy reach of the user and where there is sufficient space at the rear of the transceiver for cable connections. 2 Connect the antenna and the supplied power cable to the transceiver. 3 Slide the transceiver into the mounting bracket and secure it using the supplied hex-headed screws. 4 Mount the microphone hanger, using the supplied 4 x 16 mm screws, in a location where it will be within easy reach of the user. • The microphone should be mounted in a place where it will not interfere with the safe operation of the vehicle. 5 Connect the microphone cable to the jack on the front panel of the transceiver. Place the microphone on the hanger. Microphone Microphone hanger Microphone cable Mounting bracket Transceiver Antenna connector Hex headed screw Power input connector Power cable Fuse Black wire Fuse holder Red wire Battery 3 GETTING ACQUAINTED ■ Front Panel q Display w Speaker MON A B C SCN e r t y u i o !0 q Volume control Turn clockwise to increase the volume. w / keys Press these keys to activate their programmable functions {page 7}. The default settings of these keys are “Channel Up” ( ) and “Channel Down” ( ). e Microphone jack Insert the microphone plug into this jack. y A key u B▼ key i C▲ key Press these PF (programmable function) keys to activate their programmable functions {page 7}. The default setting of these keys is “No Function”. o SCN key Press SCN to activate its programmable function {page 7}. 4 ■ Display Displays the operating Channel number, the Channel name, and the transceiver status. Displays the operating channel number and the channel status: P indicates a Priority channel HC indicates a Home Channel tA indicates Talk Around mode Flashes when a call is received by DTMF or 2-Tone signaling. Appears when Operator Selectable Tone is enabled. 5 ■ Rear Panel TK-6110 15 pin connector (for accessories) Antenna connector Power input connector ■ Microphone PTT (Push To Talk) switch Press and hold to transmit, then speak into the microphone. Release to receive. 6 PROGRAMMABLE FUNCTIONS The following functions can be programmed onto the , , MON, A, B▼, C▲, and SCN keys. CH 1 Direct/ CH 2 Direct/ CH 3 Direct/ CH 4 Direct/ CH 5 Direct Press these keys to directly select the Channel 1, Channel 2, Channel 3, Channel 4, or Channel 5 directory (respectively). [. . . ] ■ Roll Over/ Dead End If roll over is enabled and you are pressing the Channel Up and Channel Down keys, when you reach the maximum or minimum number, the number will roll over to the minimum or maximum number. For example, when the pressing the Channel Up key, the channel number increases. When it reaches its maximum value, it rolls over to its minimum value and then starts to increase again. If dead end is selected, when you reach the maximum or minimum value, the value will not change. [. . . ]


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