Hired radio user guide - Hytera PD4 radio management
BASIC OPERATION OF THE RADIO
Power On/Off Your Radio
To power on your radio, rotate the Power/Volume rotary knob clockwise until a click is heard. To power off your radio, rotate the Power/Volume rotary knob counter clockwise until a click is heard.
Turn Up/down the Volume.
After powering on your radio, rotating the Power/Volume rotary knob clockwise can turn up the volume, and rotating the Power/ Volume rotary knob counter clockwise can turn down the volume.
Select a Zone
You can add channels in one zone to manage the channels efficiently. Your radio supports up to 2 zones. One zone can contain up to 16 channels.
Select a Channel
In standby, you can rotate the Channel selection rotary knob and switch the current working channel. Rotating clockwise can turn down the channel, and rotating counter clockwise can turn up the channel.
These hire Radios have 10 digital (1-10) channels and 10 analogue channels. To change between Digital and Analogue channels, hold the bottom side button for 5 seconds until the channel number is announced, voice announcement “1” for Digital & “2” for Analog. If the radio fails to transmit or receive, please check that this button hasn’t been pressed accidentally.
Make a call
To ensure that the called party can hear you clearly, keep the microphone 2.5 cm to 5 cm away from your mouth when speaking.
Your hire radios should arrive fully charged, however, on receipt of your hire radios – please place in chargers.
Prior to placing the radio into the charger pocket first ensure that the radio is dry and that the battery contacts are clean – if required wipe with a cloth to remove any moisture or dirt.
Turn-off the radio prior to charging
Do not use the charger in direct sunlight or on a hot surface – high temperatures will adversely affect battery charging.
Radios can be safely left in the charger overnight.
Ensure that the guide slots on the side of the battery engage with the guides on the side of the charger pocket
Check that the charger LED turns a Steady RED – this confirms a good electrical contact
The state of the charging process can be confirmed by the charge LED conditions listed below, The LED indicator indicates the operating status of the radio:
- SLOW FLASHING RED LED – (0.2s ON/ 3s OFF) – no battery in charging pocket – charger ready
- STEADY RED LED – Charging battery.
- STEADY ORANGE LED – battery 90% charged.
- STEADY GREEN LED – charging complete.
- SLOW FLASHING RED LED – (0.2s on / 3s off) try reinserting battery in pocket again – battery may not be seated properly.
- FAST FLASHING RED LED – (0.2s ON / 0.2s OFF) battery maybe faulty – contact Bridge Systems