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Endrede verdier i Dag og nattsenkning tapes. F Plassering, montering og tilslutning F. Digital termostat med snabbstart. Инструкция по использованию терморегулятора с функцией быстрого старта. Цифровой терморегулятор с функцией быстрого старта см. You can tag any channel, system, site, etc. Number tags for Favorites Lists are also included. Encrypted IDs are now muted when received too. We also have a printed manual included with the scanners that will be updated online.

Long overdue is a per channel delay setting. As with the HP-1, you can scan up to Favorites Lists but there are only Quick Keys-available only once for each Favorites List along with or just the database. One of the best features Uniden has come out with is being able to scan by services types, i. Like the HP-1, we can hold on any channel, department, system, and now even a site. Discovery mode has also been brought over from the HP Similar to auto store, you can also record transmissions, log information, and compare hits to the database.

The included Sentinel software has the same look and feel as the old HP-1 software. The alert LED on the hand-held model is below the display, below the keypad, on the left. The addition of Favorites Lists has reduced the number of quick keys we have to press, but increased the number we have to remember.

The the scanners still scans in System order, not Favorites List order as you would think. Everything is now "Avoided" like the HP-1 instead of locked-out. The display on the hand-held is much bigger to show more information but some of the secondary characters actually got smaller. Only one color now; sort of a dull, bluish white. And, the List name is only viewable in Scan mode. Channel "Groups" have been replaced with "Departments". Weather alerts are automatically recorded for review.

Tone-Out Search mode does not automatically flash the "Save found Tones? A lot of things have also been removed. There is no adjustment for AGC, just on or off. CC-Only, quick keys, startup keys, and number tags for the custom searches are gone.

Private Systems and Key-Safe mode have disappeared as well. Some of the quirks. You have to turn it off or, recommended , charge them in an external charger. There is no "0" charge time setting for those of us who never charge the batteries in the scanner and want to use USB power.

The alert LED and ring only and always stay on for 5 seconds. Analyze Mode, similar to the HP-1, will be out soon?? It should also have a LCN channel finder, a bandscope, a frequency power plot, and a raw data output. There are better antennas out there to use than the one that comes with the scanner. Read the reviews for each at the site. Paul Opitz Upman , at Uniden, was generous with working samples to help me write this manual, and, thanks to the many people who have posted their valuable insight on the Radio Reference forums and in the beta test Yahoo groups.

An overview of the features can also be viewed at my Trunking Radio Comparison Chart page online. I hereby absolve myself from anything that happens to anyone or the scanner as a result of the information you will be reading. The database is updatable with the Sentinel software and Uniden updates the main database weekly.

The scanner can scan multiple Favorites Lists and the Full Database at the same time. Location Based Scanning - Connect to a GPS receiver not included for precise system selection and continuing reselection when you travel. Range Control - Lets you set how far out from your current location the scanner will search for Channels in Favorites Lists and the Database.

Location precision for Departments and Sites that allows you to define a location and range using rectangles instead just of a single circle. Control Channel Only Scanning - With Motorola trunking frequencies, you do not have to program voice channel frequencies. Instant Replay - Plays back up to seconds 4 minutes of the most recent transmissions. Audio Recording - Capture transmissions for later playback.

For each alert in the scanner, you can select from 9 different tone patterns, 15 volume settings, 7 LED colors, and 3 flash patterns. Trunking Discovery - Monitors system traffic on a trunked radio system to find unknown IDs and can automatically record audio from and log new channels for later review and identification.

Conventional Discovery - Searches a range of frequencies to find unknown frequencies and can automatically record audio from and log new channels for later review and identification. Fire, Police, Railroad, etc. Analyze Mode - Similar to the HP-1 will have a trunked system analyzer that includes a reception status graph, an activity chart and log, LCN activity monitor, and talkgroup converter. Scan Speed — 85 channels per second. Multi-Level Display and Keypad light - Makes the display and keypad easy to see in dim light with three light levels.

Start-up Configuration - You can program each of your Favorites Lists with a Startup Key so that when you power up the scanner and press the key number, just those Favorites Lists assigned to the key will be enabled for scan. Close Call Do-not-Disturb checks for Close Call activity in between channel reception so active channels are not interrupted. Broadcast Screen - Allows the scanner to ignore hits on known broadcast frequencies including pager frequencies in search and Close Call modes.

You can also program up to 10 custom frequency ranges that the scanner will ignore. You can set up to 32 Tone-Outs. The scanner will also search and display unknown tones. Analog and Digital AGC - Helps automatically balance the volume level between different radio systems. Priority DND checks priority channels only between transmissions. Configurable Band Defaults - Allows you to set the step 5, 6.

Repeater Find - Allows the scanner to try to switch to the repeater frequency if an input frequency is found. Duplicate Input Alert - Alerts you if you try to enter a duplicate name or frequency already stored in the scanner.

Quick Search - Allows you to start searching at the displayed frequency, or enter a frequency and start searching. You can also set a weather channel as a priority channel. Your scanner can receive transmissions that use these codes or more commonly referred to as tone codes. This lets many users share a single frequency, and decreases interference caused by distant transmitters on the same channel. In all major metropolitan areas of the United States, every available radio channel is assigned to more than one user.

Public safety radio systems on the same frequency are usually set up at a distance of 40 miles apart, or more. This means that you may hear transmissions from a distant system when your local system is not transmitting. By programming the CTCSS tone for a local channel the scanner will not stop on transmissions from the distant system.

See also the Appendix for a chart. Trunking systems let a large group of 2-way radio users or even different groups of 2-way radio users efficiently use a set of frequencies. The trunking system automatically transmits the call on the first available frequency, and also sends on a different frequency called a Data or Control channel a code that uniquely identifies that transmission as a talkgroup ID or just ID.

So when you are trunktracking a system, you are listening to active IDs transmitting in the system each using the first available frequency in the system. Trunking systems in general allocate and use fewer frequencies among many different users. Since the trunking system might send a call and its response on different frequencies, it is difficult to listen to trunked communications using a conventional scanner.

These scanners let you monitor the control channel frequency so you can hear calls and responses for users and more easily "follow" conversations than with a conventional scanner. The scanners follow these types of systems: There may be 3 or 4 frequencies assigned as primary or alternate control channels but only one control channel will be active at a time. Motorola systems are limited to a maximum of 28 frequencies per system or site. Mixed Motorola systems should be programmed as Motorola systems and not P25 digital systems.

That way the channel options will allow you to select if it is digital or analog. LTR systems work a little differently. LTR systems typically do not have a dedicated control channel.

This type of system encodes all trunking information as digital subaudible data that accompanies each transmission. Each repeater has its own controller, and all of these controllers are synchronized together. Even though each controller monitors its own channel, one of the channel controllers is assigned to be a master that all controllers report to.

Each of these controllers sends out a data burst approximately every 10 seconds so that the subscriber units know that the system is there.

This data burst is not sent at the same time by all the channels, but happens randomly throughout all the system channels. LTR systems are limited to 20 frequencies per system. Each frequency has slot 1 and slot 2, and each can be used by different users. All the frequencies for a site will have the same color. For conventional, they all use the same color code for a repeater.

Each transmitter can have only one color code. Encryption or scrambling may also be used. DMR has 3 Tiers of operation: Then, depending on what appears in the display: Digital Mobile Radio basically has 6 different flavors. See also this link at Radio Reference. The number of time slots used will determine if it is simplex or duplex. Adding repeaters can increase coverage and expand capacity to up to users per repeater.

Up to 15 low traffic sites with up to users per site. Operates exactly like Repeated Conventional except that there is a 2-second burst that is transmitted every 30 seconds. There is a data burst that occurs every 3 to 10 seconds. The color code is assigned per LCN and need not be the same for all frequencies. Frequencies will require LCN assignments in the scanner. LCP allows up to 15 sites in a system. Each site can have up to 6 trunked repeaters 12 logical channels and 3 Data Revert repeaters 6 logical channels per site.

Can handle up to users per site across 3 sites or up to users per site across 15 sites. Capacity Max like Linked Capacity Plus with enhanced features like priority and call queuing. Each site can support up to 15 repeaters with up to 3, users per site. Capacity Max offers a very smooth migration path from Linked Capacity Plus via software upgrades to repeaters and radios.

It also offers a good migration path for existing MPT analogue trunked systems. The control channel transmits continuously and sends LCN and time slot information for channel. Can support up to sites, repeaters, and up to15 repeaters with users per site. There can be many linked sites in this system type and there are many multi-dozen site systems. You can then trunkscan just the programmed IDs. Trunktracking is searching for all IDs in a system same concept as searching for frequencies in a band.

Understanding Multi-Site Trunking Some systems covering a very large geographic area use multiple antenna sites that each operate on different frequencies and use the same talkgroup IDs for traffic. Each site will have its own set of trunking frequencies and is monitored like a single system. Each site can have its own quick key, so you can turn each individual site on or off only while you scan. Since all sites share all the talkgroups within the system, multi-site trunking is much more efficient than programming each site as a separate system.

IDs are what you see instead of frequencies when you monitor a trunking system. See also Entering IDs. Motorola IDs come in two formats: Type I and Type II. Each format displays and uses talk group IDs in slightly different ways. Type I systems are usually organized with different IDs assigned to different fleets. To properly trunk a Type I system, you have to program the fleet map for the system.

Type II IDs are identified by a 5-digit number. Decimal IDs are shown as a decimal number from 0 to To view unit IDs you have to turn the option on in the Display Options menu. All of the information contained in the scanner is stored on a micro SD card supplied with the scanner. The first time you use the scanner to set a location you will start to setup a profile. Only one profile at a time can be used in the scanner.

You can create multiple profiles for different locations, Favorites List selection, or scanning preferences. The Sentinel software allows you to download your profile from the scanner, edit, save, and create new profiles to upload them back to the scanner.

Profiles also hold your Favorites Lists settings not the actual lists for monitoring and uploading to the scanner. If you delete a profile in the software , your Favorites Lists will still be there. When you create a new profile, you can select which Favorites Lists will be associated enabled or disabled with the new profile. Favorites Lists Because the memory is based on the Radio Reference database we now have a different order of organization not like banks and channels in traditional scanners, but more like Dynamic Memory Architecture.

You can now use Favorites Lists that follow RR database structure of Systems that contain Departments that hold the Channels conventional frequencies or IDs and then there are Sites to hold just the trunking frequencies. Favorites Lists will allow you to store channels you find when you are scanning from the Full Database the easiest way. They can contain channels from trunking systems and conventional systems. You can also manually add systems, not single sites , departments and channels into Favorites Lists from the database as well as program new systems, departments, sites, and channels with the Sentinel software.

You can save up to different lists in the scanner and software and associate them with any or all of your profiles. You can also export you lists to a file to share them. Deleting a profile will not delete the lists associated with a profile. However, deleting a Favorites List will delete it from all profiles.

Systems Systems will hold all of your Sites, Departments, and Channels. Departments Departments are also created inside systems. Departments hold frequencies channels for conventional systems and IDs also called channels for trunked systems. Departments are typically used for the various Agencies that you listen to within a system. Trunking Sites Inside systems are trunked sites hold the trunking frequencies for any trunking system and any band plan information needed.

You will need at least one site for each trunked system and some systems can have several sites. Organizing your Quick Keys will be part of the planning. Selecting a Favorites List will enable all Unavoided Systems in that list for scanning.

You can assign any QK to one or more Systems, or program one or more systems with no QK assigned that will always be scanned unless you Avoid it. You can assign any QK to one or more Departments or Sites, or program one or more Department or Site with no QK assigned that will always be scanned unless you Avoid it.

If you are always going to scan a Department or Site, leave it at the default no QK which will always enable it for scan. Using locations along with Location Control can also turn Departments or Sites on and off. If you are still bent on shutting stuff on and off, try creating a FL for some stuff on, and another for some stuff off.

See also Scanning Order for QK scanning order. This is no switch for battery selection. Batteries are required in the scanner for the replay and recording features to work. When battery icon flashes and the scanner beeps every 15 seconds, replace or recharge the batteries. There is no switch for the battery type. Never attempt to charge non-rechargeable batteries. The scanner has a built-in circuit that lets you recharge rechargeable batteries while they are in the scanner.

When the scanner is turned on, the scanner will not charge the batteries. When charging is finished " Charge Complete " will be displayed.

Connecting the USB Cable. The SD card is read on your computer like an external drive and can be viewed in Internet Explorer. The serial mode will be used for audio streaming, raw data output, and serial control modes in future software from 3rd party developers. Also used for operation of hand-held without batteries. Press and hold the power button to turn on the scanner. Press the power button again to turn the backlight on. Turning on the Scanner. Press the scroll control to display the volume level.

Turn the scroll control within 10 seconds to adjust the volume. Press the scroll control again to close the volume level or let it disappear after 10 seconds. Press Func then press the scroll control to display the squelch level. Turn the scroll control counter-clockwise all the way then clockwise until the noise stops, then one notch more.

Press the scroll control again to close the squelch level. Rotate the SQ knob counter-clockwise all the way, and then rotate the VOL knob to find a comfortable volume level.

Rotate the SQ clockwise until the noise stops, then one notch more. The first time you turn on your scanner it will prompt you to set the clock. See Setting the Clock. The internal battery will charge only when the scanner is powered on. It takes about 50 hours to trickle the internal battery up to a full charge, which will last for over a week. The scanner will load channels for your area from the database and start scanning.

The Menu key lets you select options to set up and use the scanner. To select a menu item, rotate the scroll control. Rotate right for down and left for up.

The currently-selected menu item is highlighted and reversed in the display. To back up a level, press Menu.