HTX-252 MANUAL PDF

FYI, If you decide to attempt any modifications to your HTX, you are doing so at your own risk. HTX Owners Manual HTX/Albrecht AE Service. Update*** I’m still doing this repair for those who may need it. Here are the specifics. I charge a flat fee of $35 which includes the new mic cord, the. Cat. No. OWNER’S MANUAL HTX TWO-METER MOBILE TRANSCEIVER Please read before using this transceiver. INTRODUCTION Your .

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Common Problems and Solutions. Enter text from picture: Memory Channels Your HTX has 41 memory channels 40 standard memory channels and one calling-frequency memory channel.

Mount the base station antenna according to its instructions.

Thus, a repeater that has an output frequency of The factory default is 2 seconds. Hold down F for at least 1 second. Then, while holding down PTT, press the digits on the microphone to transmit the tones.

Paypal, Cash, thx-252 Check are accepted as payment. Symptom Possible Cause and Solution Problems with reception Warnings and cautions you should follow manuual prevent injury to a person or damage to the transceiver have a large lightning bolt in the margin. Then it returns to the last-used settings. Repeater Operation Operation through a repeater, where you transmit on one frequency and receive on another, is called duplex operation.

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Follow these steps to change the scan resume delay. The HTX scans between manula lower and upper scan limits. They then select up to four additional digits unique to each person. Quick Reference Card—gives brief instructions for most functions. With hhtx-252 transceiver on, rotate counterclockwise until you hear a hissing sound. When you turn it on, all display elements briefly turn on and the HTX sounds five tones. To return to the default frequency ranges, you must reset the transceiver.

There is one in the microphone and one in the connector. Follow these steps to turn this option on or off.

For the calling-frequency memory, press CALL to save all settings. Changing the Default Offset. Replace the fuse in the holder and snap it closed.

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Checking Priority Channel 1. Flashes when manal is a transmission on Memory Channel 1 and the alarm is turned on. Individually Programmable Repeater Offsets —let you program different repeater offset frequencies for each memory, and a default repeater offset for manually-tuned frequencies. Specifications are subject to change and improvement without notice. Overriding the Duplex Offset When you tune to a frequency, the HTX automatically selects either simplex operation, or duplex operation with the correct offset direction if the auto duplex option maanual on.

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For example, if these sequences are assigned to a group: Believe it or not, but the microphone was still working at the time. This is for those residing in the US only. Cr —resume after carrier drops.

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Each memory htx-22 can hold a transmit and receive frequency, subaudible transmit and receive tones, the transmit power level, and whether subaudible tone transmit and squelch are on or off. Your HTX includes all 38 standard subaudible tones.

Then while holding downturn on the transceiver. Low is about 10 watts, and high is about 45 watts. Flashes after you hold F for at least 1 second.

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Enter the last five digits of the frequency. If you have a super hot iron, then just hold it there for a second while you give the wire a tug or use a solder sucker like one mxnual these. Getting htd-252 license is easier than ever. This selects the low power 10 watt setting. Using the mounting bracket as a template, mark the posi- tions for the screw holes on the mounting surface, 2.