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PDF Content Summary: VHF TRANSCEIVER NX-P1200NV NX-P1200AV NX-P1202AV UHF TRANSCEIVER NX-P1300NU NX-P1300AU NX-P1302AU USER GUIDE This User guide covers only the basic operations of your radio. For using the detailed instruction manual, refer to the following URL or QR code. manual.kenwood.com/files/B5K-0787-00.pdf B5A-3571-00 (K) NOTICES TO THE USER ◆ Refer service to qualifi ed technicians only. Safety: It is important that the operator is aware of, and understands, hazards common to the operation of any transceiver. Firmware Copyrights The title to and ownership of copyrights for firmware embedded in KENWOOD product memories are reserved for JVCKENWOOD Corporation. 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 by the party responsible/ JVCKENWOOD. 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. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can generate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that the interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. • Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. • Consult the dealer for technical assistance. SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES FCC LICENSE INFORMATION Your KENWOOD transceiver operates on communications frequencies which are subject to FCC (Federal Communications Commission) Rules & Regulations. FCC Rules require that all operators using Private Land Mobile radio frequencies obtain a radio license before operating their equipment. Application for license must be made on FCC form 601, schedules D and H, and Remittance form 159. FAX: Forms can be obtained by fax from the FCC Fax-On-Demand system. Call 1-202-418-0177 from your fax machine and request document number 000601 for the form, schedules, and instructions. MAIL: Forms can be ordered by telephone, and will be sent to you by first class mail. Call the FCC Forms Hotline at 1-800-418-FORM (1- 800-418-3676). INTERNET: Form 601 and instructions can be downloaded from the FCC Forms website at fcc.gov/formpage.html Before filling out your Form 601 application Technical Data section, you must decide on which frequencies you will operate. See the frequency charts on the detailed instruction manual. QUESTIONS? Call the FCC for license application questions at 1-888-CALL-FCC (1-888-225-5322). SUPPLIER'S DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY 47 CFR § 2.1077 Compliance Information Trade name: KENWOOD Model(s): NX-P1200NV/ NX-P1200AV/ NX-P1202AV/ NX-P1300NU/ NX-P1300AU/ NX-P1302AU Responsible party: JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation 1440 Corporate Drive, Irving, TX 75038 Telephone number: 972-819-0700 The RBRC Recycle seal found on KENWOOD lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery packs indicates KENWOOD’s voluntary participation in an industry program to collect and recycle Li-ion batteries after their operating life has expired. The RBRC program is an alternative to disposing Li-ion batteries with your regular refuse or in municipal waste streams, which is illegal in some areas. For information on Li-ion battery recycling in your area, call (toll free) 1-800-8-BATTERY (1-800-822-8837). KENWOOD’s involvement in this program is part of our commitment to preserve our environment and conserve our natural resources. The AMBE+2TM voice coding Technology embodied in this product is protected by intellectual property rights including patent rights, copyrights and trade secrets of Digital Voice Systems, Inc. This voice coding Technology is licensed solely for use within this Communications Equipment. The user of this Technology is explicitly prohibited from attempting to extract, remove, decompile, reverse engineer, or disassemble the Object Code, or in any other way convert the Object Code into a human-readable form. U.S. Patent Nos. #8,315,860, #8,595,002, #6,912,495, #8,200,497, #7,970,606, and #8,359,197. PRECAUTIONS Observe the following precautions to prevent fire, personal injury, and transceiver damage. • Do not charge the transceiver and battery pack when they are wet. • Ensure that there are no metallic items located between the transceiver and the battery pack. • Do not use options not specifi ed by KENWOOD. • If the chassis or other transceiver part is damaged, do not touch the damaged parts. • If a headset or earphone is connected to the transceiver, reduce the transceiver volume. • Do not place the optional speaker/ microphone, clip mic. with earphone, or headset around your neck while near machinery that may catch the cable. • Do not place the transceiver on unstable surfaces. • Ensure that the end of the antenna does not touch your eyes. • When the transceiver is used for transmission for many hours, the radiator and chassis will become hot. Do not touch these locations when replacing the battery pack. • Always switch the transceiver power off before installing optional accessories. • When water gets into the microphone opening or the speaker grill, the voice level may become low or distorted. Lightly shake the transceiver to remove the water from the speaker and/or microphone before operating the transceiver. • The charger is the device that disconnects the unit from the AC mains line. The AC plug should be readily accessible. • To dispose of batteries, be sure to comply with the laws and regulations in your country or region. Note: WARNING Turn the transceiver power off before entering the following locations: • Near explosives or blasting sites. • In aircraft. (Any use of the transceiver must follow the instructions and regulations provided by the airline crew.) • Where restrictions or warnings are posted regarding the use of radio devices, including but not limited to medical facilities. • Near persons wearing pacemakers. • In explosive atmospheres (infl ammable gas, dust particles, metallic powders, grain powders, etc.). • While pumping fuel or while parked at gasoline service stations. CAUTION • Do not disassemble or modify the transceiver for any reason. • Do not place the transceiver on or near airbag equipment while the vehicle is running. When the airbag infl ates, the transceiver may be ejected and strike the driver or passengers. • Do not transmit while touching the antenna terminal or if any metallic parts are exposed from the antenna covering. Transmitting at such a time may result in a high-frequency burn. • If an abnormal odor or smoke is detected coming from the transceiver, switch the transceiver power off immediately, remove the battery pack from the transceiver, and contact your KENWOOD dealer. • Use of the transceiver while you are driving may be against traffi c laws. Please check and observe the vehicle regulations in your area. • Do not expose the transceiver to extremely hot or cold conditions. • Do not carry the battery pack (or battery case) with metal objects, as they may short the battery terminals. • Danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced; replace only with the same type. • When attaching a commercial strap to the transceiver, ensure that the strap is durable. In addition, do not swing the transceiver around by the strap; you may inadvertently strike and injure another person with the transceiver. • If a commercially available neck strap is used, take care not to let the strap get caught on nearby machine. • When operating the transceiver in areas where the air is dry, it is easy to build up an electric charge (static electricity). When using an earphone accessory in such conditions, it is possible for the transceiver to send an electric shock through the earphone and to your ear. We recommend you use only a speaker/microphone in these conditions, to avoid electric shocks. • Do not expose the transceiver to long periods of direct sunlight, nor place it near heating appliances. Information concerning the battery pack The battery pack includes flammable objects such as organic solvent. Mishandling may cause the battery to rupture producing flames or extreme heat, deteriorate, or cause other forms of damage to the battery. Please observe the following prohibitive matters. DANGER • Do not disassemble or reconstruct battery. • Do not short-circuit the battery. • Do not incinerate or apply heat to the battery. • Do not leave the battery near fi res, stoves, or other heat generators (areas reaching over 80°C/ 176°F). • Do not immerse the battery in water or get it wet by other means. • Do not charge the battery near fi res or under direct sunlight. • Use only the specifi ed charger and observe charging requirements. • Do not pierce the battery with any object, strike it with an instrument, or step on it. • Do not jar or throw the battery. • Do not use the battery pack if it is damaged in any way. • Do not solder directly onto the battery. • Do not reverse the battery polarity (and terminals). • Do not reverse-charge or reverse-connect the battery. • Do not touch a ruptured and leaking battery. If the electrolyte liquid from the battery gets into your eyes, wash your eyes out with fresh water as soon as possible, without rubbing your eyes. Go to the hospital immediately. If left untreated, it may cause eye problems. WARNING • Do not charge the battery for longer than the specifi ed time. • Do not place the battery pack into a microwave or high pressure container. • Keep ruptured and leaking battery packs away from fi re. • Do not use an abnormal battery. • Do not change or charge the battery in hazardous locations. DEFAULT CHANNEL SETTINGS RADIO FREQUENCY ENERGY SAFETY INFORMATION This KENWOOD transceiver has been tested and complies with the standards listed below, in regards to Radio Frequency (RF) energy and electromagnetic energy (EME) generated by the transceiver. • FCC RF exposure limits for Occupational Use Only. RF Exposure limits adopted by the FCC are generally based on recommendations from the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements, & the American National Standards Institute. • FCC OET Bulletin 65 Edition 97-01 Supplement C • American National Standards Institute (C95.1 – 1992) • American National Standards Institute (C95.3 – 1992) WARNING This KENWOOD transceiver generates RF EME while transmitting. RF EME (Radio Frequency Electric & Magnetic Energy) has the potential to cause slight thermal, or heating effects to any part of your body less than the recommended distance from this radio transmitter’s antenna. RF energy exposure is determined primarily by the distance to and the power of the transmitting device. In general, RF exposure is minimized when the lowest possible power is used or transmission time is kept to the minimum required for consistent communications, and the greatest distance possible from the antenna to the body is maintained. The transceiver has been designed for and is classified for Occupational Use Only. Occupational/ controlled exposure limits are applicable to situations in which persons are exposed to RF energy as a consequence of their employment, and such persons have been made aware of the potential for exposure and can exercise control over their exposure. This means you can use the transceiver only if you are aware of the potential hazards of operating a transceiver and are familiar in ways to minimize these hazards. This transceiver is not intended for use by the general public in uncontrolled environments. Uncontrolled environment exposure limits are applicable to situations in which the general public may be exposed to RF energy, or in which the persons who are exposed as a consequence of their employment may not be fully aware of the potential for exposure or cannot exercise control over their exposure. The following list provides you with the information required to ensure that you are aware of RF exposure and of how to operate this transceiver so that the FCC RF exposure limitations are not exceeded. • While transmitting (holding the PTT switch or speaking with VOX enabled), always keep the antenna and the radio at least 3 cm (1.18 inches) from your body or face, as well as from any bystanders. A LED on the top of the radio shows red when the transmitter is operating in both PTT and VOX modes. • Do not transmit for more than 50% of the total transceiver use time; transmitting over 50% of the total use time may exceed the limits in accordance to the FCC RF exposure requirements. Nominal transceiver operation is 5% transmission time, 5% reception time, and 90% stand-by time. • Use only the specifi ed antenna for this transceiver; this may be either the antenna provided with the transceiver or another antenna authorized by KENWOOD. Use only KENWOOD authorized accessories (antennas, battery packs, belt clips, Speaker/ Mics or headsets etc.): When worn on the body, always place the radio in a KENWOOD recommended clip or carrying case meant for this product. The use of other than recommended or approved body worn accessories may result in RF exposure levels which exceed the FCC’s occupational/ controlled environment RF exposure limits. CAUTION To ensure that your exposure to RF EME is within the FCC limits for occupational use, you must observe and adhere to the above points. Electromagnetic Interference Compatibility Electronic devices are susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI) if they are not adequately shielded or designed for electromagnetic compatibility. Because this transceiver generates RF energy, it can cause interference to such equipment. • Turn OFF your transceiver where signs are posted to do so. Hospitals and health care facilities use equipment that is sensitive to electromagnetic radiation. • Turn OFF your transceiver while on board an aircraft when so instructed. Use of the transceiver must be in accordance with airline regulations and/ or crew instructions. NX-P1300NU (NXDN/ Analog Transceiver)

Carefully unpack the transceiver. We recommend that you identify ◆ When the indicator blinks red, the battery pack is either defective or the battery pack contacts are not properly mated with those of the charger. These transceivers allows you to reprogram each of the channels with different frequencies and QT/DQT (Analog)/ RAN (NXDN Channel Zone 1/ Zone 2 (Analog) Zone 3 (Digital) Zone 4 (Digital) the items listed in the following list before discarding the packing material. If any items are missing or have been damaged during ◆ When the indicator fl ashes green and orange, the battery pack has not satisfi ed the charging start temperature. Remove the battery pack Digital) settings. The table below lists the default channel settings. Number Frequency (MHz) QT (Hz) Frequency (MHz) RAN Frequency (MHz) RAN

shipment, fi le a claim with the carrier immediately. Item Quantity Antenna 1 Battery charger/ AC adapter (KSC-35S) 1 from the charger and wait until it reaches a normal temperature before charging it again. ◆ The ambient temperature should be between 5°C and 40°C (41°F and 104°F) while charging is in progress. Charging outside this range may not fully charge the battery. ◆ The battery pack life is over when its operating time decreases even Note: ◆ The default setting of the zone differs depending on each model. For compatible KENWOOD models of each zone, refer to the detailed instruction manual. NX-P1200NV (NXDN/ Analog Transceiver) 1 464.5000 67.0 464.5000 1 464.5500 1 2 464.5000 77.0 464.5000 2 467.9250 1 3 464.5000 88.5 464.5000 3 461.0375 1 4 464.5000 179.9 464.5000 4 461.0625 1 5 464.5000 100.0 464.5000 5 461.0875 1

Li-ion battery pack (KNB-45L) 1 though it is fully and correctly charged. Replace the battery pack. Channel Zone 1/ Zone 2 (Analog) Zone 3/ Zone 4 (Digital) 6 464.5500 67.0 464.5500 1 461.1125 1 7 464.5500 82.5 464.5500 2 461.1375 1

Speaker/ microphone jack cap 1 Speaker/ microphone locking bracket 1 Number BASIC OPERATION Frequency (MHz) QT (Hz) Frequency (MHz) RAN 8 464.5500 94.8 464.5500 3 461.1625 1

Belt clip (KBH-10) 1 Screw (M3 x 8 mm) 2 Warranty card 1 User guide 1 Note: Power switch/ Volume control Selector Antenna Speaker 1 151.6250 67.0 151.6250 1 2 151.6250 77.0 151.6250 2 3 151.6250 88.5 151.6250 3 4 151.6250 179.9 151.6250 4 5 151.6250 100.0 151.6250 5 6 151.9550 67.0 151.9550 1 7 151.9550 82.5 151.9550 2 9 464.5500 179.9 464.5500 4 464.5000 1 10 464.5500 100.0 464.5500 5 467.7625 1 11 461.3625 74.4 461.3625 1 467.8125 1 12 464.4875 79.7 464.4875 1 467.8500 1 13 464.5375 85.4 464.5375 1 467.8750 1 14 466.0375 91.5 466.0375 1 467.9000 1 15 466.0875 97.4 466.0875 1 461.1875 1

◆ For the speaker/ microphone jack, waterproof performance is guaranteed by securing the supplied cap. Waterproof performance will not be guaranteed by connecting an optional speaker/ microphone, etc. PTT switch Side 1 button Side 2 button Microphone 8 151.9550 94.8 151.9550 3 9 151.9550 179.9 151.9550 4 10 151.9550 100.0 151.9550 5 16 466.1375 103.5 466.1375 1 461.2125 1 NX-P1300AU (Analog Transceiver)

Battery pack 11 154.4900 67.0 154.4900 1 Channel Zone 1 ~ Zone 4

INSTALLING/ REMOVING THE BATTERY PACK 12 154.5150 67.0 154.5150 1 Number Frequency (MHz) QT (Hz)

1 Align the battery pack with the back of the transceiver, then press the battery pack and transceiver fi rmly together until the release latch on the base of the transceiver locks. SWITCHING POWER ON/OFF Turn the Power switch/ Volume control clockwise to switch the transceiver ON. 13 151.5125 67.0 151.5125 1 14 151.6850 67.0 151.6850 1 15 151.7000 67.0 151.7000 1 16 151.7600 67.0 151.7600 1 NX-P1200AV (Analog Transceiver) 1 464.5000 67.0 2 464.5000 77.0 3 464.5000 88.5 4 464.5000 179.9 5 464.5000 100.0 6 464.5500 67.0

Turn the Power switch/ Volume control counterclockwise fully to Channel Zone 1 ~ Zone 4 7 464.5500 82.5

2 To remove the battery pack, lift the safety catch on the base of the transceiver, then switch the transceiver OFF. Number Frequency (MHz) QT (Hz) 8 464.5500 94.8

press the release latch underneath the safety catch. 3 While pressing the release latch, pull the battery pack away from the transceiver. ADJUSTING THE VOLUME Rotate the Power switch/ Volume control to adjust the volume. Clockwise increases the volume and counterclockwise decreases it. SELECTING A ZONE Press and hold the Side 1 button (Zone Up) or Side 2 button (Zone Down) for 1 second to change the Zone (1 ~ 4). SELECTING A CHANNEL Rotate the Selector to select your desired channel. TRANSMITTING 1 151.6250 67.0 2 151.6250 77.0 3 151.6250 88.5 4 151.6250 179.9 5 151.6250 100.0 6 151.9550 67.0 7 151.9550 82.5 8 151.9550 94.8 9 151.9550 179.9 10 151.9550 100.0 9 464.5500 179.9 10 464.5500 100.0 11 461.3625 74.4 12 464.4875 79.7 13 464.5375 85.4 14 466.0375 91.5 15 466.0875 97.4 16 466.1375 103.5 NX-P1302AU (Analog Transceiver) Zone 1 Zone 2 ~ Zone 4

1 Select the desired channel. 2 Press the PTT switch and speak to the microphone. Release the 11 154.4900 67.0 12 154.5150 67.0 Channel Number Frequency (MHz) QT (Hz) Frequency (MHz) QT (Hz)

CHARGING THE BATTERY PACK ATTENTION: ◆ Always switch OFF a transceiver equipped with a battery pack before inserting the transceiver into the charger. PTT switch to receive. • For best sound quality, hold the transceiver approximately 1.5 inches (3 ~ 4 cm) from your mouth. RECEIVING Select the desired channel. If signaling is confi gured on the selected channel, you will hear a call only if the received signal 13 151.5125 67.0 14 151.6850 67.0 15 151.7000 67.0 16 151.7600 67.0 NX-P1202AV (Analog Transceiver) 1 464.5500 67.0 464.5000 67.0 2 467.9250 67.0 464.5000 77.0 3 461.0375 67.0 464.5000 88.5 4 461.0625 67.0 464.5000 179.9 5 461.0875 67.0 464.5000 100.0 6 461.1125 67.0 464.5500 67.0

1 Plug the AC adapter cable into the jack located on the rear of the matches your transceiver settings. Channel Zone 1 Zone 2 ~ Zone 4 7 461.1375 67.0 464.5500 82.5

charger. 2 Plug the AC adapter into an AC outlet. Number Frequency (MHz) QT (Hz) Frequency (MHz) QT (Hz) 8 461.1625 67.0 464.5500 94.8 9 464.5000 67.0 464.5500 179.9

3 Slide a battery pack or a transceiver equipped with a battery pack into the charging slot of the charger. • Make sure the metal contacts of the battery pack mate securely with the charger terminals. • The indicator lights red and charging begins. Indicator 4 When charging is completed, the indicator fl ashing green. Remove the battery pack or the transceiver from the charging slot of the charger. • It takes approximately 3 hours to charge the battery pack. • When the charger will not be used for a long time, unplug the AC adapter from the AC outlet. 1 154.4900 67.0 151.6250 67.0 2 154.5150 67.0 151.6250 77.0 3 151.6250 67.0 151.6250 88.5 4 151.9550 67.0 151.6250 179.9 5 151.5125 67.0 151.6250 100.0 6 151.6850 67.0 151.9550 67.0 7 151.7750 67.0 151.9550 82.5 8 158.4000 67.0 151.9550 94.8 9 151.6250 77.0 151.9550 179.9 10 151.6250 88.5 151.9550 100.0 11 151.6250 179.9 154.4900 67.0 12 151.9550 82.5 154.5150 67.0 13 151.9550 94.8 151.5125 67.0 14 151.9550 179.9 151.6850 67.0 15 151.7000 67.0 151.7000 67.0 16 151.7600 67.0 151.7600 67.0 10 467.7625 67.0 464.5500 100.0 11 467.8125 67.0 461.3625 74.4 12 467.8500 67.0 464.4875 79.7 13 467.8750 67.0 464.5375 85.4 14 467.9000 67.0 466.0375 91.5 15 461.1875 67.0 466.0875 97.4 16 461.2125 67.0 466.1375 103.5 © 2020

TRANSCEPTOR VHF NX-P1200NV NX-P1200AV NX-P1202AV TRANSCEPTOR UHF NX-P1300NU NX-P1300AU NX-P1302AU GUÍA DEL USUARIO Este Guía del usuario sólo cubre las operaciones básicas de su radio. Para ver el manual de instrucciones detallado, consulte el siguiente URL o código QR. manual.kenwood.com/files/B5K-0787-00.pdf ACCESORIOS SUMINISTRADOS AVISOS AL USUARIO ◆ Solicite la reparación solamente a un técnico cualifi cado. Seguridad: Es importante que el operador conozca y entienda los peligros comunes derivados del uso de cualquier transceptor. Derechos de autor del firmware El título y la propiedad de los derechos de autor del firmware incorporado en memorias de productos KENWOOD están reservados para JVCKENWOOD Corporation. La tecnología de codificación de voz AMBE+2™ integrada en este producto está protegida por derechos de propiedad intelectual incluyendo los derechos de patente, los derechos de autor y secretos comerciales de Digital Voice Systems, Inc. Esta tecnología de codificación de voz otorga licencia para su uso únicamente dentro de este equipo de comunicaciones. Está explícitamente prohibido que el usuario de esta tecnología intente extraer, retirar, descompilar, realizer ingeniería inversa, o desmontar el código objeto, o convertir de cualquier otra manera el código objeto a una forma legible para el ser humano. Los números de patente de los EE.UU. #8,315,860, #8,595,002, #6,912,495, #8,200,497, #7,970,606 y #8,359,197. INFORMACIÓN SOBRE CONCESIÓN DE LICENCIA DE LA FCC Su transceptor KENWOOD funciona en frecuencias de comunicación sujetas a la Normativa y Reglamento de la FCC (Federal Communications Commission). El Reglamento de la FCC exige que todos los operadores que utilizan radiofrecuencias móviles terrestres privadas deben solicitar una licencia de radio antes de utilizar su equipo. La solicitud de dicha licencia debe realizarse a través del modelo 601 de la FCC, anexos D y H, y el modelo de Pago (Remittance) 159. FAX: Los modelos se pueden solicitar por fax al sistema de Fax On Demand de la FCC. Marque el 1-202-418-0177 desde su aparato de fax y solicite el número de documento 000601 para recibir el modelo, anexos e instrucciones. CORREO: Los modelos se pueden solicitar por teléfono y se le remitirá por correo preferente. Llame a la Línea Directa de solicitud Modelos de la FCC al 1-800-418-FORM (1-800-418-3676). INTERNET: El Modelo 601 y las instrucciones se pueden descargar del sitio Web de la FCC en la siguiente dirección: fcc.gov/formpage.html Antes de rellenar la sección de datos técnicos del Modelo de solicitud 601, debe decidir en qué frecuencias desea comunicarse. Consulte los cuadros de frecuencias del manual de instrucciones detallado. ¿PREGUNTAS? Si tiene alguna duda sobre la solicitud de la licencia, llame a la FCC al 1-888-CALL-FCC (1-888-225-5322). Nota: PRECAUCIONES Respete las siguientes precauciones para evitar incendios, lesiones personales y daños en el transceptor. • No cargue el transceptor ni la batería si están mojados. • Compruebe que no haya ningún objeto metálico interpuesto entre el transceptor y la batería. • No utilice opciones no indicadas por KENWOOD. • Si el chasis de fundición u otra pieza del transceptor resulta dañada, no toque ninguna de dichas piezas. • Si conecta un casco o auricular al transceptor, reduzca el volumen del aparato. Tenga cuidado con al nivel cuando desactive el silenciador. • No líe el cable del micrófono alrededor del cuello cuando esté cerca de máquinas que pudieran atrapar el cable. • No coloque el transceptor sobre superfi cies inestables. • Asegúrese de que el extremo de la antena no le roce los ojos. • Cuando utilice el transceptor para transmisiones prolongadas, el radiador y el chasis se recalentarán. No toque estos puntos al cambiar la batería. • Apague el transceptor antes de instalar los accesorios opcionales. • Si penetra agua en la apertura del micrófono o por la parilla del altavoz, el nivel de voz podría quedar distorsionado o reducido. Agite suavemente el transceptor para eliminar el agua del altavoz y/o del micrófono antes de utilizar el transceptor. • El cargador es el dispositivo que desconecta la unidad de la red eléctrica de CA. El enchufe de CA debe estar fácilmente accesible. • A la hora de desechar las pilas, asegúrese de cumplir con las normas y regulaciones de su país o región. ADVERTENCIA Apague el transceptor antes de entrar en las siguientes ubicaciones: • Apague el transceptor en los siguientes lugares: • En aeronaves. (El uso que se haga del transceptor deberá ajustarse en todo momento a las instrucciones y normativa que indique la tripulación de la aeronave.) • Cuando existan carteles de restricción o de advertencia sobre el uso de aparatos de radio, como pudiera ser en centros hospitalarios, entre otros. • Cerca de personas con marcapasos. • En atmósferas explosivas (gas infl amable, partículas de polvo, polvos metálicos, polvos de grano, etc.). • Mientras reposta combustible o está aparcado en estaciones de servicio. PRECAUCIÓN • No desmonte ni modifi que el transceptor bajo ningún concepto. • No coloque el transceptor encima o cerca de un sistema de bolsa de aire (airbag) con el vehículo en marcha. Al infl arse la bolsa de aire, el transceptor puede salir expulsado y golpear al conductor o a los pasajeros. • No transmita tocando el terminal de la antena o si sobresale alguna pieza metálica del recubrimiento de la antena. Si transmite en ese momento, podría sufrir una quemadura por alta frecuencia. • Si detecta un olor anormal o humo procedente del transceptor, apáguelo, retire la batería y póngase en contacto con su proveedor KENWOOD. • El uso del transceptor mientras conduce puede infringir las leyes de tráfi co. Consulte y respete el reglamento de tráfi co de su país. • No someta el transceptor a temperaturas extremadamente altas o bajas. • No transporte la batería (o el porta pilas) con objetos metálicos, ya que estos podrían producir un cortocircuito con los terminales de la batería. • Peligro de explosión si la batería se cambia incorrectamente; cámbiela únicamente por otra del mismo tipo. • Al instalar una correa comercial al transceptor, asegúrese de que la correa sea duradera. Además, no balancee el transceptor por la correa; podría golpear accidentalmente y lesionar a otra persona con el transceptor. • Si se usa una correa para el cuello disponible comercialmente, tenga cuidado de no dejar que la correa quede atrapada en una máquina cercana. • Cuando utilice el transceptor en zonas donde el aire sea seco, es fácil que se acumule carga eléctrica (electricidad estática). Cuando utilice un auricular accesorio en estas condiciones, es posible que reciba una descarga eléctrica en el oído, a través del auricular, procedente del transceptor. Para evitar descargas eléctricas, le recomendamos que en estas circunstancias utilice exclusivamente un micrófono/ altavoz. • No exponga el transceptor a la luz directa del sol durante periodos de tiempo prolongados, ni lo coloque cerca de calefactores. AJUSTES DE CANAL PREDETERMINADOS Información sobre la batería La batería contiene objetos inflamables, como disolvente orgánico. Su uso inapropiado puede hacer que la batería se rompa y se incendie o genere calor extremo, que se deteriore o se produzcan otros tipos de daños a la batería. Observe las siguientes prohibiciones. PELIGRO • ¡No desmonte o reconstruya la batería! • ¡No cortocircuite la batería! • ¡No arroje la batería al fuego ni le aplique calor! • ¡No deje la batería cerca del fuego, estufas, u otros generadores de calor (zonas por encima de 80°C/ 176°F)! • ¡No sumerja la batería en agua o deje que se moje de ningún otro modo! • ¡No cargue la batería cerca del fuego o bajo la luz directa del sol! • ¡Utilice únicamente el cargador especificado y observe los requisitos de carga! • ¡No perfore o golpee la batería con ningún objeto, ni tampoco la pise! • ¡No golpee ni tire la batería! • ¡No utilice la batería si presenta algún tipo de daño! • ¡No suelde nada directamente a la batería! • ¡No invierta la polaridad de la batería (ni los terminales)! • ¡No cargue o conecte la batería de forma invertida! • ¡No toque la batería si está rota y tiene fugas! Si el líquido electrolito de la batería llegara a entrarle en los ojos, láveselos con agua fresca lo antes posible, sin frotarlos. Vaya al hospital inmediatamente. Si no se trata, podría causar problemas a la vista. ADVERTENCIA • ¡No cargue la batería durante más tiempo del indicado! • ¡No coloque la batería dentro de un horno microondas o un recipiente de alta presión! • ¡Mantenga las baterías perforadas y con fugas lejos del fuego! • ¡No utilice una batería que presente anomalías! • ¡No cambie o cargue la batería en ambientes peligrosos! NX-P1300NU (Transceptor NXDN/ analógico)

Desembale el transceptor con cuidado. Recomendamos que ◆ Cuando el indicador parpadea de color rojo, la batería está defectuosa o los contactos no están bien acoplados a los del cargador. Estos transceptores le permiten reprogramar cada uno de los canales con distintes frecuencias y ajustes de QT/DQT (Analógico)/ Número Zona 1/ Zona 2 (Analógica) Zona 3 (Digital) Zona 4 (Digital) identifi que los artículos enumerados en la lista siguiente antes de desechar el material de embalaje Si falta o ha resultado dañado ◆ Cuando el indicador parpadea en vede y naranja, la temperatura de la batería no se ajusta a la temperatura de inicio de carga. Retire la RAN (NXDN digital). En la siguiente tabla se recogen los ajustes de canal predeterminados. de canal Frecuencia (MHz) QT (Hz) Frecuencia (MHz) RAN Frecuencia (MHz) RAN

algún artículo, presente inmediatamente una reclamación a la empresa de transporte. Artículo Cantidad Antena 1 Cargador de la batería/ Adaptador de CA (KSC-35S) 1 batería del cargador y espere hasta que se alcance una temperatura normal antes de cargarla de nuevo. ◆ Durante el proceso de carga, la temperatura ambiente debe ser de 5°C a 40°C (de 41°F a 104°F). Si la carga se realiza fuera de este rango de temperaturas, es posible que la batería no se cargue por completo. ◆ La vida útil de la batería termina cuando disminuye el tiempo de Nota: ◆ La confi guración predeterminada de la zona difi ere según cada modelo. Para los modelos KENWOOD compatibles de cada zona, consulte el manual de instrucciones detallado. NX-P1200NV (Transceptor NXDN/ analógico) 1 464,5000 67,0 464,5000 1 464,5500 1 2 464,5000 77,0 464,5000 2 467,9250 1 3 464,5000 88,5 464,5000 3 461,0375 1 4 464,5000 179,9 464,5000 4 461,0625 1 5 464,5000 100,0 464,5000 5 461,0875 1 6 464,5500 67,0 464,5500 1 461,1125 1

Batería de iones de litio (KNB-45L) 1 funcionamiento aunque se haya cargado de forma correcta y completa. Reemplace la batería. Número Zona 1/ Zona 2 (Analógica) Zona 3/ Zona 4 (Digital) 7 464,5500 82,5 464,5500 2 461,1375 1 Tapa del conector del altavoz/ micrófono 1 Soporte del bloqueo del altavoz/ micrófono 1 de canal OPERACIONES BÁSICAS Frecuencia (MHz) QT (Hz) Frecuencia (MHz) RAN 8 464,5500 94,8 464,5500 3 461,1625 1 9 464,5500 179,9 464,5500 4 464,5000 1

Gancho para cinturón (KBH-10) 1 Tornillo (M3 x 8 mm) 2 Tarjeta de garantía 1 Guía del usuario 1 Nota: Interruptor de encendido/ Control de volumen Selector Antena Altavoz 1 151,6250 67,0 151,6250 1 2 151,6250 77,0 151,6250 2 3 151,6250 88,5 151,6250 3 4 151,6250 179,9 151,6250 4 5 151,6250 100,0 151,6250 5 6 151,9550 67,0 151,9550 1 7 151,9550 82,5 151,9550 2 10 464,5500 100,0 464,5500 5 467,7625 1 11 461,3625 74,4 461,3625 1 467,8125 1 12 464,4875 79,7 464,4875 1 467,8500 1 13 464,5375 85,4 464,5375 1 467,8750 1 14 466,0375 91,5 466,0375 1 467,9000 1 15 466,0875 97,4 466,0875 1 461,1875 1 16 466,1375 103,5 466,1375 1 461,2125 1

◆ Para el conector del altavoz/ micrófono, el rendimiento de la impermeabilidad está garantizado mediante la fi jación de la tapa suministrada. El rendimiento de la impermeabilidad no estará Conmutador PTT Botón lateral 1 Micrófono 8 151,9550 94,8 151,9550 3 9 151,9550 179,9 151,9550 4 NX-P1300AU (Transceptor analógico) garantizado si conecta un altavoz/ micrófono opcional, etc. Botón lateral 2 10 151,9550 100,0 151,9550 5 Número Zona 1 ~ Zona 4

Batería 11 154,4900 67,0 154,4900 1 12 154,5150 67,0 154,5150 1 de canal Frecuencia (MHz) QT (Hz)

INSTALACIÓN/ EXTRACCIÓN DE LA BATERÍA 1 Alinee la batería con la parte posterior del transceptor, y luego apriete la batería y el transceptor fuertemente hasta que la pestaña de liberación situada en la parte inferior del transceptor chasquee. ENCENDIDO Y APAGADO Gire el Interruptor de encendido/ Control de volumen hacia la derecha para encender el transceptor. Gire el Interruptor de encendido/ Control de volumen 13 151,5125 67,0 151,5125 1 14 151,6850 67,0 151,6850 1 15 151,7000 67,0 151,7000 1 16 151,7600 67,0 151,7600 1 NX-P1200AV (Transceptor analógico) Zona 1 ~ Zona 4 1 464,5000 67,0 2 464,5000 77,0 3 464,5000 88,5 4 464,5000 179,9 5 464,5000 100,0 6 464,5500 67,0 7 464,5500 82,5

2 Para extraer la batería, suba el cierre completamente hacia la izquierda para apagar el transceptor. Número de canal Frecuencia (MHz) QT (Hz) 8 464,5500 94,8 9 464,5500 179,9

de seguridad situado en la base del transceptor y luego presione la pestaña de liberación situada debajo de dicho cierre. 3 Mientras presiona la pestaña de liberación, separe la batería del transceptor. AJUSTE DEL VOLUMEN Gire el Interruptor de encendido/ Control de volumen para ajustar el volumen. Hacia la derecha aumenta el nivel de volumen y hacia la izquierda, lo reduce. SELECCIONAR UNA ZONA Mantenga pulsado el Botón lateral 1 (Zona arriba) o Botón lateral 2 (Zona abajo) durante 1 segundo para cambiar la zona (1 ~ 4). 1 151,6250 67,0 2 151,6250 77,0 3 151,6250 88,5 4 151,6250 179,9 5 151,6250 100,0 6 151,9550 67,0 7 151,9550 82,5 8 151,9550 94,8 9 151,9550 179,9 10 464,5500 100,0 11 461,3625 74,4 12 464,4875 79,7 13 464,5375 85,4 14 466,0375 91,5 15 466,0875 97,4 16 466,1375 103,5 NX-P1302AU (Transceptor analógico)

SELECCIÓN DE UN CANAL Rote el Selector para seleccionar el canal deseado. 10 151,9550 100,0 11 154,4900 67,0 12 154,5150 67,0 Número de canal Zona 1 Zona 2 ~ Zona 4 Frecuencia (MHz) QT (Hz) Frecuencia (MHz) QT (Hz)

CARGA DE LA BATERÍA ATENCIÓN: ◆ Desconecte siempre el transceptor equipado con batería antes de insertarlo en el cargador. TRANSMISIÓN 1 Seleccione la zona y el canal deseados. 2 Presione el Conmutador PTT y hable al micrófono. Suelte el Conmutador PTT para recibir. • Para obtener una calidad de sonido optima, sujete el transceptor a 3 ó 4 cm de la boca. RECEPCIÓN 13 151,5125 67,0 14 151,6850 67,0 15 151,7000 67,0 16 151,7600 67,0 NX-P1202AV (Transceptor analógico) Zona 1 Zona 2 ~ Zona 4 1 464,5500 67,0 464,5000 67,0 2 467,9250 67,0 464,5000 77,0 3 461,0375 67,0 464,5000 88,5 4 461,0625 67,0 464,5000 179,9 5 461,0875 67,0 464,5000 100,0 6 461,1125 67,0 464,5500 67,0 7 461,1375 67,0 464,5500 82,5

1 Enchufe el cable del adaptador de CA en el jack situado en la parte Seleccione la zona y el canal deseados. Si se ha programado la función de señalización en el canal seleccionado, sólo oirá las Número de canal Frecuencia (MHz) QT (Hz) Frecuencia (MHz) QT (Hz) 8 461,1625 67,0 464,5500 94,8 9 464,5000 67,0 464,5500 179,9

posterior del cargador. 2 Enchufe el adaptador de CA en la toma de CA. 3 Introduzca en la ranura de carga la batería o un transceptor equipado con una batería. • Asegúrese de que los contactos metálicos de la batería se acoplen firmemente con los terminales del cargador. • El indicador se ilumina de color rojo y comienza la carga. Indicador 4 Una vez fi nalizada la carga, el indicador parpadea en verde. Retire la batería o el transceptor de la ranura de carga del cargador. • La batería tarda 3 horas aproximadamente en cargarse. • Cuando no se vaya a utilizar el cargador durante un tiempo prolongado, desenchufe el adaptador de CA de la toma de CA. llamadas en las que la señal recibida coincida con la confi guración del transceptor. 1 154,4900 67,0 151,6250 67,0 2 154,5150 67,0 151,6250 77,0 3 151,6250 67,0 151,6250 88,5 4 151,9550 67,0 151,6250 179,9 5 151,5125 67,0 151,6250 100,0 6 151,6850 67,0 151,9550 67,0 7 151,7750 67,0 151,9550 82,5 8 158,4000 67,0 151,9550 94,8 9 151,6250 77,0 151,9550 179,9 10 151,6250 88,5 151,9550 100,0 11 151,6250 179,9 154,4900 67,0 12 151,9550 82,5 154,5150 67,0 13 151,9550 94,8 151,5125 67,0 14 151,9550 179,9 151,6850 67,0 15 151,7000 67,0 151,7000 67,0 16 151,7600 67,0 151,7600 67,0 10 467,7625 67,0 464,5500 100,0 11 467,8125 67,0 461,3625 74,4 12 467,8500 67,0 464,4875 79,7 13 467,8750 67,0 464,5375 85,4 14 467,9000 67,0 466,0375 91,5 15 461,1875 67,0 466,0875 97,4 16 461,2125 67,0 466,1375 103,5


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