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ALINCO VHF FM Mobile Transceiver DR-B185HT DR-B185HE Instruction Manual ‘Thank you for purchasing your new Alinco transceiver. Please read this manual carefully before using the product to ensure full performance, and keep this ‘manual for future reference as it contains information on after-sales services. In case addendum or errata sheets are included with this product, please read those materials and keep them together with this instruction manual for future reference, Introduction Thank you very much for purchasing this excellent Alinco transceiver. (Our products are rankes among the finest the world, This radio has been manufacturod with stat ofthe art technology and has been ested carefully at our factory It is eesigned to operate to your salisfaction for ‘many years under normal use, Please read this manual completely from the first page to the last, to lear all the functions the product offers. Its Important to note that some of the operations may be explained in relation to information in previous chapters. By roading juat one part of the ‘manual, you may risk not understanding the complete explanation (of the function, Before transmitting ‘There are many radlo stalons operating in proximity to the frequency ranges this product covers. Be careful nol to cause iterforenee when transmitting sound such radio stators. 1 Lightning lease note that no car provides adequate protection of is passengers or drivers against Eghtring. Therefore, Alinco will nat take responsibity for any danger associated with using is products outdoor or inside tho ‘car during ightning Features Output power selectable (Hi/Lo) = PC-programmable ™ Alphanumeric name tags 1 Sub-tone (CTCSSIDCS) Encode/Decode, DTMF/ANI «= Various scan modes, Key lock, Wide/Narrow operations and more at NO extra costs. Copyright 2014 All rights reserved. NO part of this document may be reproduced, copied, translated or transcribed in any orm oF by any means Writhout the prior written permission of Alince.tne, Osaka, Japan, English Edition Printed in China ALINCO. NOTICE / Compliance Information Statement ‘This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for 2 Class B cigital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against haul Interference in residential installation “This equipment gorerates, uSes, and can radiate reco frequency energy ‘and, if not insted and usad In accordance with the Instruction man ‘may cause harm! interference to racia communications, However, Pte is no guarantee that interference wil not accurin a particular Istatition I this equipment does cause harm Interference to radio of telovision reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and an, the users encouraged to ty to correct the interference by ene or more of the following measures: ‘+ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna + Increase the separation between the equipment and recetver + Connect the equipment into an out on a cult diferent from that towhich the transceiver is connected. + Consutt the dealer or an experienced rado/TV technician for help ‘Tested to Comply With Fcc Standards FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE Information in this document is subject to change without notice or ‘obligation. All brand names and trademarks aro the property oftheir respective owners. Alinco cannot be lable for petorial or 'ypagraphical Inaccuracies. Some parts, options andlor accessories are unavailable in certain areas. Changes or modicatons not expressly approved by the part responsibie for compliance could vod the user's autho to operate the equipment VHF FM mobile transcaiver DR-B1BSHT ‘This device complies with Pat 15 ofthe FCC Rules, Operation is subject to the folowing two conditions: (1) This dovice may not cause harmiul interference, and (2) this device must accept any interierence recetved, Including interference tat may cause undesired operation. CE coment neraten Alinco, Ie. Electonics Division hereby decare on our sole reyponstlity tat the product) listed below comply the esentilreqiremetts ofthe Diretve 1998)S/EC, The council of 798199 oe Radio Eqeipment ad Teleomunisstion ‘Teminal Equipment and the mura recognition oftheir conformity and with the provisions of Annex, afer having performed the regi measiements a [Nouled Bodies pr Sandards, and reltive cesses) or cotument) can be reviewed at hipaa coniCel ‘VHF EM mobile ranseiver DR-BISSHE 144.000-145.995 ate C€€07000 ‘Thisdevice is suhorzed for wein all EU and EFTA member sates, An operons license i eguied for this devi, bg — Check with your local wate Ti for dels on reeling or reper disposal (ons Manufacturer 'ALINCO inc Electronics Division Yodoyabachi Dal Bldg 13F, 4-4-9, Koralbeshl, Chuo-ku, Osaka 1561-0043 JAPAN ALINCO — WARNING ‘To prevent any nazars during operation of lina’s radio produc, in this manual and on the product you may find symbols shown below. Please ‘ead and understand the moarings of these symbols before starting 10 use the product, | Adpeneer Tie symbol tended salad to vserfo an media] Jeanger tet may cause loss ef Ife and propery nl ser drogaris ho warning Fis symbols intended to aan he usr Toa posi azar that may cause love of if end propery ser derogaris he warn. rns eymbol ie intended to afew he user @ poss [A\cauton |acard that may use les of propery o je he wo the wang ederogard ZX _[rertxmoor an extnatons g, @ _ [raring syroat An extnation is hen © _[raucion symbar An esanaton gen ALINCO. Axwant &™ Environment and condition of use: & 08 not drive while handing the racio for your safety. Ik is recommended that you check aca afc regulations regarding the Use of rao equipment while crivng ‘Some courites pron the operation of trans ver while exvng, Do nat use this product in close proximity ta ether electronics devices, especially medical ones. It may cause interference to ‘those devions. @ 220 rao out ote rach of chien, © Incase a tid tee forthe product, do not touch tI may ‘damage your skin. ince with plenly of cold water ithe quid contacted your skin, © Never operate is product in facttes where radio prouets are prohibited for use such a8 aboard aircraft, In airports, in ports, ‘iin or near the operating area of businese wireless stations or their olay stations. Use ofthis product may be prohibited or ilegal outside of your country, Be informed in advance hen you travel. ‘The manufacturer dectines any responsibilities against loss of Ite andlor property due to a falure of this product when used to perform important tasks the Ife-guarding, suvellance, and rescue © Ox rot use mulupte raios in very close proxy. t may cause interference andlor damage to the product(s), @ Te manutacturerdecines any rosponstilites against oss of tfe {and property due toa failure of this product when used with or as & art ofa device made by tied patos @ (% oF irs party accessory may resultin damage to tis procue. ‘tw vole our warranty for rep. = Handling this product @ 22 216 10 reduce the auc ouput lve o minimam before using ‘an earphone ora headsel. Excessive aucio may damage hearing, Do not open the unit without permission or instruction from th manufacturer, Unauthorized modification or repair may result in electric shock, fire andlor mafunction, (Do not operate this product in a wet place such as shower room, I may resutin electric shock, fe andlor malfuncton Do not place conductive matoras, such as water or metal cose preximly tothe product A shor-crcuil fo the product may result in Blectic shock, fe andlor maltietion, © 2» rot ouch the heatsink (nlaround the unit mosty found on ‘mobile-base unis) as it may become very hot duringafter the ‘operation that may sk burn your sin WARNING == = About power-supply: @ 22.079 ePproriate, rlable and ceted power suppl of corect vollage and capac, De not connect cables in reverse polar. may result in electric shock, the andlor maluncton © Pe not pg multiple devices including the power-supply into @ ‘ingle wall outt. It may result in overheating andlor fre, Do not hancle @ power-supply with @ wet hand. It may result in electric shock @ secur2ty plug the power-supply tothe wall outlet. Insecure installation may esultin shor-oteut, electronic shack ancor re, © erat pug the power-supply nto te wall outlet the contacts aro sity andor dusty Shorcrcuiting andlor overheating may result in fe, elect shock andlor damage te the produc © Penet most remove fuse assembly rm the OC cabo. tay result in fe, elecnic shack andlor damage te the produc. ALINGO = WarNInc © Incase of emergency: In case of the following situations), please tum off the produc, switch OT the source of power, then remove of unplug the powercord. Please ntact your local dealer ofthis product for service and assistance, Do not use the product unt the trouble is resolved. Do not ty 10 troubleshoot the problem by yoursel + When 2 strange sound, smoke and or strange odor comes out of the product. + When the products dropped or the case is broken or racked + Yen aliquid penetrated inside. + When a power-cord (including OC-cables, AC-cables and adatars) Is damaged, For your safety, turn off then remove all elated AC-tinas to the product and its accessories including the antenna ia thunderstorm feta, ‘Turn off the unit, remove the mobile antenna from its base and keep iin the vehicle if thunderstorm is tka Pease read cautions regardng the Fghtning-protecton on page 9 also, = Maintenance © 2 mL open the ul and its accessories, Passe consult vith your local dealer ofthis product or service and assistance. Avcaution = Environment and condition of use: © Denetuse the productn proximity toa TV or aad. I may cause Interference or roceve interference © 2e not instal in a humid, dusty oF nsufcenty ventas place. I ‘may resin elec shock, fre andlor maunctio, © 22 not instal in an unstable o¢vbrting poston, I may result n electric shock, fre andlor malfunction when the product falls 0 the ground, © 22 not insta he product in proximity to @ source of heat ane humidity such es & heater ora stove. Avoid placing the unit In direct sunight 1o not modify, dsmanto,incinerao, of immorso the battros thet ‘may be used in acosssores you uso wth this produc. Please check your local regulations for details on racycing option lor disposal a the batteries in your area. ALINGO. 1 About transceiver © Pvpotconnect devices cine than specied ones to the jacks and ports on the product. Temay resultin damage to the devices, @ 1212 otf and remove the power source (AC cable, DC cable, battery, cigar-cabie, charger adapter etc) from the product when the products notin use for extended period of time or in case of maintenance. @ 22.2 seen, dry cla to wine of cit and condensation trom the surface ofthe product. Naver use thinner or benzene fr cleaning. = About power-supply @ x nt reade power supa of space De aug range nd be min ote poy he ets and OC jac @ 22:4 ot ne poner spy we conning or demnetng the eal @ Wren wsing an extrnalantnna, make sure thatthe antenna {runes nt conan the ground of the power sappy European users: When a transceiver is poweres from an external DC power source (adapter, power supply, cigar-plug etc), make ‘ure that this power supply has approval to the level of IEGIEN 60050-1. WARNING = ALINGO Supplied Accessorie ‘SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES MOBILE INSTALLATION Initial Installation DC POWER CABLE CONNECTION. POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE DISPLAY. [ANTENNA CONNECTION, [ACCESSORIES CONNECTIONS. FRONT PANEL BASIC FUNCTIONS, OPERATIONS SY PRESSING AND HOLDING THE FOLLOWING RESPECTIVE KEYS. Gotting Acquainted press (2) key unmiL Gd ICON APPEARS THEN PRESS THE FOLLOWING KEY. PRESS GE) KEY AND FOLLOWING KEY TOGETHER TO ACTIVATE FOLLOWING FUNCTION: ‘OPERATIONS WHEN TURNING ON THE POWER WHILE PRESSING THE FOLLOWING RESPECTIVE KEYS. REAR PANEL DISPLAY. MICROPHONE, Operating Modes (VFO Mode, Memory Mode, Channel Display Mode} ‘VFO MODE, MEMORY MODE (CHANNEL DISPLAY MODE. 12 4 cots NTS Basic Operations ... SWITCHING THE POWER ON/OFF. ADJUSTING THE VOLUME [ADJUSTING FREQUENCY/CHANNEL THROUGH THE DIAL ‘SQUELCH LEVEL SETTING, ‘TO RECEIVE SIGNALS. MONITORING FUNCTION. ‘TO TRANSMIT SIGNALS. CALL MODE KEY OPERATIONS. ‘SCANNING FUNCTION DCS SCAN CTCSSIDCS ENCODE AND DECODE SETUP HIGHILOW POWER SWITCH OFFSET DIRECTION SETUP. KEYPAD LOCKOUT REVERSE FUNCTION. PARAMETER SETTING MODE. (CHANNEL STEP SETTING. MEMORY NAME (ALPHANUMERIC TAG) MEMORY DISPLAY INDICATOR eee DIMMER SETTING. AUTOMATIC BACK LIGHT. TTIME-OUT-TIMER. TOT PENALTY. AUTO POWER OFF MESSAGE DISPLAYED WHEN TURNING ON THE POWER, 18 15 15 15 16 16 16 17 20 20 2 2 2 22 22 23 23 23 24 24 25 26 25 28 ALINCO. CONTENTS SETTING THE MESSAGE DISPLAYED WHEN TRUNING ON Cable Clone. THE POWER 26 Maintenance. ee BCLO SETTING 28 DEFAULT SETTING AFTER RESETTING DR-B185, OFFSET FREQUENCY 2 TO RES! \VFO UPPER Lin 27 TROUBLE SHOOTING. VFO LOWER LIMIT 27 Specifications DR-B185. TONE-BURST FREQUENCY. 28 DEFAULT TONE VALUE. 28 DEFAULT SQ VALUE 28 DEFAULT DCS VALUE 29 AUTODIALER 20 DTMF Tx SPEED 30 TMF PAUSE TIME 30 DTM MONITOR. aM SCAN TYPE. ey SCANNING STOP TIME “TR. cot SCANNING STOP TIME 2S a TONE SEARCH SCANNING SPEED... 22 DCS SCANNING SPEED. oe 32 PRIORITY SCAN SETTING 32 MEMORY CHANNEL SCANNING SETTING 23 GROUP SCANNING STEP. 33 NARROW MODE. 33 BEAT SHIFT. : 4 TUNING CONTROL. — 4 S-METER SQUELCH os SSQUELCH HANG TIE 38 2TONE : . 36 ZTONE RECEIVING SYSTEM 36 2ZTONE TRANSMISSION TYPE... 38 ALINCO —_— Supplied Accessories (SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES ae, ZFwi008 | ‘uat007 ‘Hardware Kit for Bracket Bleck Bracket Knob Tapping screws S.Washor 5 aca ‘orm aPcs) (wr) I ess EWSE7 & 00 © aout stavoaro menoPHone Se zaio02 Tether EMS-£9o 7 ames wit ths product ‘rhe mstustens in ie mani! te bead on ENS-T, toro somo Spare Fuses Koy operators nay ma ovale e639 uns eres) Factor default mirophones § ‘Seaesnt EMT OTM Remote “Dratsste evs Pain zeriot Te standard reessories may vr slightly depending onthe version you have purchated, Please contact your local authorized Alinco desler should you have ay questions. Alinco abd authorized dealers are not responsible for any typograpieal rors thre maybe in hie mana, Senda aoseeoriee may change without ‘Worrety Policy: Please refer to any enclosed warty informstion of contac your authorized Alinco dealer istbutor for the waranty policy, ‘In order to operate this product, @ properly tuned antenna, its feediine with connectors and fking hardware are necessary. Please consult with your dealer for detals. ALINCO. EMOBILE INSTALLATION ‘The transceiver may be insalled in any positon in your ear, where the controls and microshone are easly accessible and i does not inertere withthe safe operation ofthe vehicle. I your vehicle i equipped win ait bhags, be certain your radio wil no intrire with thie deployment. you ‘are uncertain aout where to mount the unt, contact your veces dealer, 4. Instll the mounting bracket in the venice using the supplied se tapping screws (4pcs) and fla washers (493), (wsxzomm) 2.Position the transceiver, then insert and tighten the suppiled hexagon SENS screws, ‘Double check that all seraws are tghtenes to prevent vehicle ‘ieraton fom loosening he back or Vansesiver caution se cyte provied screws tte she tei vide waranty se you is danagin te eres board component ol ofthe uni Initial Installation '¥ Determine the appropriate angle ofthe transceiver, using the 3 screw hole potions on te sie of te mounting bracket, ALINCO nies! nevansuon | MDG POWER CABLE connecTion > MOBILE OPERATION | ‘The vehicle battery must have & nominal rating of 12V, Never connect the transceiver to a 24V ballary. Be sure 10 use a 12V vehicle battery that has sufficient current capacity. Ifthe curent to the transceiver is insufficient, he display may darkon during transmission, or ansesting Cutput power may drop excessively. 1. Route the DG power cable supped with the transceiver aecty {othe vehicle's baton tern using tho shore! pat fom he tanvoaran "Never sete carte phe socet ae # DC sure {Tho en lng of ole ust be doses os ata fem rons moitr, andthe engine saconsary(ign vag) inten 1 Syma (8) 2.Aerinstaiog cable, in arer to avoid th risk of damp, please [ese haedtnt pt te tgetier wiht bx, Donia reir whol abo 4.ln order to avoid the risk of short circu, please eut down, ‘connection wih negative (-) of battery, then connect with radi. ‘4.Confirm the correct polaity of the connections, then attach the wer cable othe batlay terminals; red connects o the postive (+) terminal and black connects tothe negatva (termina! 1 Never remove the fue holder fro the cable ALINCO. 5. Reconnect any wing removed from the negative terminal 6,Connect the DC power cable to the transceiver's power supply connector. "Press the connectors firmly together unt the locking tb ceks, / De power cana Z, ‘FIXED STATION OPERATION In order to use this transceiver fo fixod station operation, you wil need ‘a separate 13.8V DC power supply (nol incudad) , Please contac cal ealer to require, “The current capacity of your power supply must be 208 o¢ mor, © Connect the DC power cable tothe regulated DC power supply and ensure that the polaris are correct. (Red: positive, Black negative). "¥ Never srecty connect the tanecever oan AC out Use the supplied OC power ceble to connect the tansceiver to reulated power supply. "¥ Do nt substiute cable wth smaler gauge wires. Regulatod power supp\y| 1C power cable wth fuse holder initial Inetellation © Connect the vanscelver's DC power connactar ta the eennector on the DC power cable. 1 Press the connectors fly together unt the locking tab leks "Y Before connecting the DC power tothe Wanacewver, be sure to 9. suite the wanscsiver snd the OC power suly OF "STE y Do not plug the OC power supply ino an AC outlet Unt you make allcoonoctone, °® REPLACING FUSES Ithe fuse blows, determine the cause, then correct the problem, After the problem is resohed, replace the fuse, If newly installed fuses continue to Biow, disconnect the power cable and contact your dealer for assistance, Transceiver 208 ‘Supplied Accessory DC power cable ae COnly use fuses ofthe specified type and rating, otherwise the Wansesiver coud be damaged if yo use the waneceivr Tor a log pored when the vehicle batory Q)_ net fly charged, or when the engine is OFF, te batery may become OTE dechagod and wil not ho ein raves fo et he vehi, cis ALINCO initial Installation NEPOWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE DISPLAY ‘Aer connocting the transceiver to te power supply the supely vokage can be dleplayed on LCD by pressing the (ED key together with the Brey. The deplay immediately changes as the votage supply changes, I also displays voltage during vansmission ‘The transceiver wil return to its normal operation when the power is turned ONOFF or repeat above operation, [oe The rena irom 7V elev OG. Gesause the nd 7 22, displayed value is estimated, please use a votneter whan & more ime proc ean dosed IMEACCESSORIES CONNECTIONS 2% EXTERNAL SPEAKER IF you plan to use an external speaker, choose a speaker with an impedance of 82. The extemal speaker jack aecapts @ 3.5mm (1°) ‘mono (2-conducior plug | MEANTENNA CONNECTION Before operating, install an ecient, wel-tuned antenna, The success of your instalation will depend on the lye of antenna and its carect instalation Use» §00 impedance antnna and iwloss con eee that has a charade Inpaatceo 0,16 maten he poreaver Pet Mepelaten Couey e taunt bbe beneeucrna neve nee Sanpodancs ethan 300 redues the elec) oe orem Sun rd en cone Irrence tooo vo ade reese Bacher acchons cup Tneriing wtbout Nat ovisaing anal o ota Feed 5 Col Snags tent ea soos as Oe 2. Sracaenaets raee ‘ pS ear en abe pL place nb oes, 5B Domest sonarus rant in] Teo itt = MIGROPHONE For voice communications, connect a provides microphone into the socket on the frontof the main unt. Turn the ing fmy othe plug unl it locks. Atach the supped microphone hanger in an appropriate lection using the screws included inthe sore st Mercohone — Zemeyay Antenna Microphone (EMS-S) 5 T D Jy Initial Installation ALINGO — Geet |NLFRONT PANEL ing Acquainted FONCTION ~ In VFO made Switches the CALL channelVFO mode (tor the frequency being exer). + In momery mode Suites the CALL channalimemory rode, + In channel display mode Switches the CALL channal/currently clsplayed channe! Basic Functions NO[KEY FONCTION 1 | reBusy Lights green when channel is busy and red when radi is twansmiting 2 | vor knob Rotate io adjust the aucio level Press to switch the power oniof. (Press and hold to turn ofthe power.) 3 [Wie connector ae) Microphone connection port Switches to function mode, s\a [Switches between VFO mode and Channel rode Sots the tone squelch and DCS value 9 |oia Aajst Squetchtovel = InVFO made Rotate to switch frequencies and various settings. Pras to enter the settings. In memory modelchannel dsplay mode Rotate to change mematy channels and verous satings, Proes to entar the settings. OPERATIONS BY PRESSING AND HOLDING THE FOLLOWING RESPECTIVE KEYS No] KEY FUNCTION 2 [vot ance | P'2ss © switch the power onfof. (Press and hold totum of the power) Getting Acquainted NO[KEY FUNCTION WopKeY FUNeTION In VFO nodafmaray oe 3(o Ses te reverse uncon Pross and hold for seconds to enter 4 parameter tng ma > In VFO modeinemeny ose + In channel display mode clete 6 Select = iene Operation is invalid, 9 | Dial eesamnen Oonaiae ncaa Press end hold for 1 second to activate the monitoring function, Prose again to sto. In VEO mode Stars MHz scan + In memory modeichannel display mode + Inchannelcisplay mode Rolate to eit om function mode ress to sel the shit uneton. PRESS =) KEY ‘AND FOLLOWING KEY TOGETHER TO ACTIVATE FOLLOWING FUNCTION. Saris group scan. __ Wopney FUNCTION WEPRESS =) KEY UNTIL GJ ICON APPEARS THEN PRESS THE IR VFO modethanel Slay mets I poration is inal 5 FOLLOWING KEY. 2 bees NO] KEY FUNCTION Deletes a memory chanel t s[o Exits rom the funtion mode. * In VFO mode/memory mode > In VFO made sla Se bn art di Stores a frequency on a memery channel + In channel display mode so + In memory moselehennel dispiay mode Operation i vat Set a skip channel stored on'a memory 7 [G&D Enters cine function mode. (Tum fo exit) at Switches ly voltage display mode = In VFO modeimemory mode witches to pawer supply voltage display Sets the operation lock function, ° low Pressing evitces tthe Zone eating o|e + In channel display mode (Presetingrequied) Exe from funeion mode, 7 |e Sets ransiisson ouput. ALINCO Getting Acquainted (MEOPERATIONS WHEN TURNING ON THE POWER WHILE PRESSING THE FOLLOWING RESPECTIVE KEYS WO] KEY FUNCTION REAR PANEL 9 s|ea 4|o Resets tho system, Performs a Systom reset [Switches to Channel display rode from VFOr memory modes. Repeat to resume the previous mode, “Tur on the power wile pressing C=) and C=) simultaneously {a porform a fulkresot. It reeumas the defaut eystom settings NOTE and erases all memory data, The deleted memory data can be. recall ALINCO. od Wo. [KEY FONCTION Antenna 1 [Antenna | connect an antenna. 2 | Dc power cable | DATA terminal/] 3 |Ext. Speaker Terminal [Connect 13.8 V DC power. 208 or more cutent capacity is require. Use forthe clone function and to cannact an optional external speaker, ‘About PC prog By PC programm DATA terminal ramming ng ullty sontware is downloadable fom won, alinco.com site. An optional ERW-7 PC cable Is required. @) is the port for PC cable connection as, mmDISPLAY PTT Ti Tit o-Q}HLNar+—BUS0DCS GPriOn oa “‘Ganagaae? ! — Getting Acquainted FUNCTION Lights up when Narrow Band is 66, Tums off when Wide Bandis set, Lighs up when the shit Lights up whon the shit direction i n ‘tion is postive. Ughts up whon the 2-one is set Lights up when the CTCSS tone encoxtng is sot Lights up when the CTCSS tone squelch set Lights up when DOS (Digital Coded Squale) is set NO. | KEY FUNCTION. ~ Lights up when the reverse function is set. ‘|B Lights up when fneion mode is ON. Une vp whi povooing psy san S| lah up wen to squsich is et — ee ee Lights up when te opsraton ck anton at Lights up when in memory mada Lights up to indicate 0.08 KR 2 |MP___| Flashes wien he selected memory channel is - empty = ~ Signal strength of receiving and transmitting. 4 (B08 Displays the memory number or menu number. Lights up when @ skip channel is stored on @ 5 |e memory channel 20 |BBBRORB |Dspiays a irequency, channel name or manu item Lights up when HI Power is set for transmission 2: | GS) Lights up when the squelch opens. 8 |H power —l Lights up when LO Power fs eet for Wanamission me power ALINCO Son Ems 57 9 Acquainted EMS.53 FUNCTION Increase Hequency, chanel number or sting vale, Decraase requncy, channel number or sating vale 4 | Numero Keys Post Input VFO troquncies and ater varus erations key banat orn OWOFF | Swienesteiween OTF and incon operations 6 [Locsin | Lock a aya excep PTT 7 [me Micaphone lent oostd hale MIC Connector Diagram the front view of connector) Me tophon)- PrP ut-oa) ‘ah (erunsng) — ic GN icoshone Geers) an Utnreas) Press and hold [UPY[DOWN] Keys until 2nd beep Is heard thon ‘alease it immediately to start scanning. Press another key to change scanning direction. Press (PTT) to stop Holding the key wil change the frequency continuously Uni the key is released, ALINCO. —_— Operating Modes (VFO Mode, Memory Mode, Channel Display Mode) VFO tuning is sot as a default mode at the factory, VFO (variable frequency osciator) allows you to change the frequency In accordance wit the selected channel step as yourotate the main calor by using the [UPY[DOWN] keys on the microphone, \VFO mode is also used to program the data fo be stored in the memory channe’s orto change the parametorsetings of the transceiver. 4.ideny the curent mode by checking [ the display iucnnan Mart eon is oT payed on, |_!4S 0008 the nits aeady inthe VEO made 2. Otherwise press CZ) keys or the CED koy on the microphone unt thse con ae gone, (ewANGe FREQUENCY BY THE CHANEL STEP] Folate the dial clockwise to Increase the frequency, counterclockwise {o decrease. The [UPY[DOWN] keys on the microphone actin the same way. (CHANGE FREQUENCY BY 1 MHz STEP] This will enable a quick change of frequency in 1 az steps HS 41.Press ial. The digits after 100 KHz wil, isappear rom the display. 2. Follow the same sequence as above to change the value. 3, Press [PTT] or the key onthe uri “The screen wil go back to the normal display ifthe unit is nat operaled for § Seconds or more, the eating Procedure Is canceled and the sereen will go back to the normal display EMEMORY MODE 1 “The memory made on this tanscelver provides up to 500 channels (0- (2) 430) 1 cal (quik rca ch) and pat program-scan “go moron” channel or ick ety acecs the proprosrammod roquonces wh Siero porate setngs ease nol hat you must rogram atleast 1 memery chanel to enter {othe memory meso, Soe the next page fr programming procedure 41. Press (ED key or the GED key on the microphone, IM con appears on the display to indicate thatthe units inthe memory mode. Repeat to wich the mode between VFO and memory 2.In memory mode, rotate the main dal or press [UPY[OOWN] keys to change the memory channel number. ALINGO Operating Modes (VFO Mode, Memory Mode, Channel Display Moco) ‘OkewORY PROGRANMING) Rome 0 moe wie [Fo Atos _1450008 Roferring to the list below for the programmable parameters, program in the VFO mode to the desired frequency and settings to be stored fate inthe memory. 2.When llth setings are complet, press GED key The G, and Mb icons appear and aE memory channel charactor will be indnd coe oe :I4S008 3. Rotate the dial or press the (UP {DOWN keys to seec the dested memory channel ne which the Current VO setngs wil be copied An empty channel is shown with ‘tasking IM icon. I may be a good Mi in. anon praclce o“alocata' menor chames {4G} in order, such as 0-9 for local repeaters, oe {0-10 focal smplex, 20-48 repeaters win the era, ec. K makes references easier forthe group scan feature expained In the ‘canning ncton -4.Whie Gi lon sail on the display, press 2D key, The VFO songs are copied to the memory channel and a boop will sound twice. The memory charnel can be over-urtin if = previously programmed channels selacted (the memory channels shown with a stable Micon). ‘Memory channel characters include G, P1, P2, PR and channel numbers (0-498). Meanings of alphabetical characters will folow, ‘SPECIAL MEMORY CHANKELS To program the CALL channel (quick recall) select the channel shown with C on the display. 1 and P2 for Program scan,and PR for Protily operation setings which Instuetions wi flow DELETING A MEMORY CHANNEL I, Todelete a programmed channel, select itin memory mode, press GD ana Frye nnAA Preys together whe Giconison, LLC TAWUUL The memory is deleted and a beep sounds. The MI icon starts flashing showing that this channels row empty 2.0 undo delete, pross CE key only at this state, However, the Undo function becomes impossible once the channel or the mode is changed. PROGRAMMABLE DATA IN THE MEMORY CHANNEL, ‘Some features will be explained later, so please read this Insvuction ‘manual thoroughly prior to programming memories Memory channels including 0 - 498, P1, P2, PR and GALL can store folowing + Frequency + Nome + Shit requency + Shift kection ALINCO. Sperating Modes (VFO Mode, Memory Made, Ghannel Display Mode) + CTCSS tone bath encode and decode + DCS code both encode and decode + Sean skip + Busy Channel Lock Out sting + NotmalNarow FM width i and P2 can be used aa memory channels, but only 3B trequency wil apply during the programmed scanning, Saregarding setnge he tone a sf IMICHANNEL DISPLAY MODE Call up and operate frequencies or settings registred in advance, Channels stn memory mode or with a PC appication wil appear. pressing the C=) key until a beep sounds. notte tne dat or prose me ry {2 (YSQGOD “The unit enters the VFO mode or memory mode. This mode is like @ landmobile radio, ellowing users for a should resume VFOimemery mode before resetting. communications only prohibiting accesses to paramatar esting ‘mades. The rese is also prohibited In ths mod, therefor, you ALINCO ns VOL Kaot — Basic Opera’ SWITCHING THE POWER ON/OFF Press the VOL knob to power on. Press the VOL knob unit turns of ‘MVADJUSTING THE VOLUME um the VOL knob clockwise to Inerease the audio level, counterclockwise to decrease, "tys0000 Boe = CALL MonE Teese “isis 8 memory mode that alows te wanscivr to quick ecal te Bw a welsh signed memory erannel by simply pressing te C=) key, gars (YGOOOD.| etme cuentsiaus ore unt 2.To cance the monitrinatncon. ress | SOOO a IPT fay or any key on the unk excopt 1. Press key. The £ ican appears on canna forte ot. the display andthe tanecoiveronters |» LY the CatL mode. inthis rege, borman LE! TIUUUU WTO TRANSIT SIGNALS dial or the [UPJ[OOWN] keys cannot change the frequency or 1.Solet your dese requeey. meray channel, 2. Press the [PTT] key onthe microphone. The. TX indicator lights red and starts transmiting, 43. Whilo pressing the [PTT] key, speak into MIC in @ normal vice. Place the microphone about § em away from your mouth when you speak. 2, Pross (3 key egain or press CE} key to exit CALL mode. 3, No scan functions ate avaliable in CALL mode, To store a desired setting inthe CALL channel, follow the memory mode programming instructions and assign your selected settings to memory channel C. The call channel can be modified but eennat be eliminated or hidden, — ALINCO — Wa KEY OPERATIONS ESCANNING FUNCTION Use this function to automatically search for signals, 6 diferent scan types are available In paramater setting modo, choose Timer made or Busy mode to determine the desired resuming condition. Ifthe CTCSS (TSQ) squelch ‘or DCS squeichis set, the audo can be heard ony whan the tonelcode ‘matches the incoming signal. Otherwise, scanning sos but no audio will be heard. The direction of scan, upward or downward, can be changed uring the scan by otaing the dial or passing UP or DOWN keys in esived drecion. ro sean Scans all VFO channels in regard to the preset tuning step. 1 znter VFO made. @_2-Prose ond hold (UPYIOOWN) keys fora second unit the 2nd | Beenie heard then roloaco it Inmodlaaly to start seaming. S leon flashes whe scanning, I stops atthe frequency where the incoming signal's detected, and resumes the scan according the seleced resume condition. 43. Use al or {UPJIDOWN] Keys fo change the drecton. Press any key (ther than te (UPH[DOWN] keys) 0 ext. This is 2 type of VFO scan, but by setting the frequency range of the \VFO into P* and P2 channels, it only scans botween those frequencies, ‘with seting the P1 and P2 propery, up to 3 Program sean ranges willbe avaiable, when P1, 2 i rogistorod t a] PE 4 \vrO Lower }—JPresram Scan}-—aProgiam Scan—t VFO Urper | on Iomony2 | |_Umi When only PY is registered lvwok Pi v \vro Lower }JProgam Scan}. VEO Upper Ut Nery! Lie When only P2 is registered T a v ‘veo Lower }—tPreqram Seen} VFO Ureer | time“ °"°" Faron Umit 1.Program the P1 and P2 memory channels as you desire in ‘advance. 2.Solect a toquoncy range tht you wish lo scan. Suppose you wish to monitor a range between lowest VFO trequoncy and Pt, solct any ecuency between the 2 Fequencies, 4. ress [UPYIDOWIN key for more than 1 second io start scanning During tis sean mode, the Peon appears and $ icon ashes jp. The scanning sep depends onthe chenno step soting value IF ‘you wiah to scan al VFO range, dont program P¥/P2 channel +4 Use dial or [UPHIDOWN] keys to change the dlection. Press any key (ther han the (UP/[DOWN] koys) fo ext ALINCO. mn sean ‘Sean frequencies that aro below 1 Miz For example, for scanning 144 MHz, frequencies will be scanned repeatedly from 144.000 WHe to 144.095 Witz In accordance with the channel step. 41. Pross the G2 key to enter VFO mode. 2. Press and hold the cial When scanning stars, the icon and fr" ‘decal sont ot neveacony [ (YSOOOD sy ash vweney | I4G0000 5.Use dal or [UPJ[OOWN] keys to change the direction. Press any key (ther than te [UPJ[DOWN] keys) to exit ‘OUP SAN Scan groups in memory mode or channel display mode. Enough numbers of memory channel must be programmed in advance to use tis feature. Only channels stored on memory channels willbe scanned. Channale 0409 willbe scannec. However, ©, Ps, P2, PR are exceptions ‘Scanning starts from the selected memory channel number, and channels will be divided into groupe according tothe group scan step settings explain later In the eot made mena 31), + When the group scanning step is set to 10, 50 groups (GROUPT: Channel 0 to 8, GROUP2: Channel 10012, ..) + When the group scanning step is st fo 20 KEY OPERATIONS WG 25 aap (GROUP: Chane O68, GROUPE: Chana 20199.) + When the group scanning sop is et to 20 17 groups (GROUP: Channel 0 to 28, GROUP2: Channel 301058, GROUPA7: Channel 480 to 499), + When the group scanning step is set 40 413 groups (GROUP: Channel 0 to 39, GROUP2: Channel 40 to 79, GROUPS: Channel 480 to 490), + When the croup scanring steps et to 60 50 groups (GROUPT: Channe! 0 to 48, GROUP2: Channel 50 to 99...) 1.Press the CED key to enter memory mede, Oy, tu of the power, ‘hen tun onthe power again whl pressing te CED key o ener channel dspiay mode. Select channel rom groups within scanning range. ' .Press and hold the dial to start scanning, @ when scanning starts, the $5 loon vl flash, Suppose you programmed 20 memories, set group step 8 10, select ch. 5 and start scanning, it scans betweon ch. 0 and ch. 3 +4.Use dial or [UPJ[DOWN] keys to change the direction. Pr kay (ther than the (UPY [DOWN] keys) to exit ay <4) O.P1,P2 and PR are excoplions and can't perfor the group Nhe scanning. Abeep saunds 10 ale. ALINGO WEG Kev operations PRIORITY SCAN Scan priority channels every § seconds in VFO mode ot on the normal display of memory mode Priority sean ie always executed inthe background when the prioiy scan selting is st to ON at the Menu 28 in the Sot mode eettng, Pri icon appears while Pri function is activated Curren selected fequency or channel wilbe switched to the priority channel and the & [PR icon vl teh When a primi channel receives a signal, the f a Even if the frequency or channel selected before being switched has 2 reception channel, the signal receives by the pron channel will be | ertee ig TOME scan || This function automatically searches for the CTOSS tone an Incoming signal might cary. Ths feature i Useful to eearch the encoding tone of & repeater, of to communicate with a station operating in TSQ (CTCSS. ssqueleh) mode. 1.Press the ©) key uni entering to the CTCSS decode seting mode, ‘The Band EID icons wil ight up. 2. Press and hold [UP/DOWN] keys for a second unt the 2nd beop |s heard thon rolease it immediately to start scanning. It scans 33 fones in order. Use (UPY[DOWN] key to change the scanning aieeton The S icon wil ash, and it stops when [[# the matching tone is detected BBS ALINGO. {3 The scan won't resume unt the operation is repeated, 4.Pross any key (other than [UPY[DOWN] keys) to ext MEMORY SCAN (CHANNEL SCAN) Scans all memery channels unless Memory skip feature is selected fora ‘iven memory. 1. Press the CE) key to selact memory mode. Miwittight up and the transceiver wal eter memary mode. 2, Press and hold [UP/[DOWN) keys for a second unt the 2nd beep is heard then release it immediately to start scanning 4. Use dial or (UPJIDOWIN] keys to change the direction, Press any kay (ober than the [UP/TDOWN] kays) text ANSO80E @B,_Nemor sonal sould be peared aaron apoio Att memory seanaing. “This function automatically searches for the DCS tone an incoming ‘signal might carry. This feature is useful to search the encoding tone of a ‘repeater, oF communicate with a staion operating in DCS mode. 41.Press the GD key until entering DCS decode setting mode. The DOS con wil ight up. 2. Press and hold {UPJ[DOWN] keys for a second unt the 2nd beep Is heard then release It immediately to stat scanning. It scans ‘04 tones in oder. Use [UP/[DOWN] kay to change the scanning direction “The S icon will fash, and it stops when the matching ton is detected, 43, Prass any key (other than [UP}[OOWN] keys) to ext ICTCSS/DCS ENCODE AND DECODE SETUP In this mode, regardless of the main squelch status, the audio can be hoard ONLY when the matching toneleode signal is received. The ‘combination of CTCSS squelch and DCS functon isnot avaiatie; only ‘one or the other may be used fora given channel. Inthe memary mode, the settings temporary; changing he channel or turing of the rag vl resume the rigral concitons, 1. Press (2 key. The curentsetng wil be displayed with GB. ETA. [DCS icons and relative fequencylcode, Press the same key 1 elect TISQDCS toting ‘The numbers (such as 88.6) represent the CTOSS frequency in Haz Use cial or [UP/[DOWN] keys to select desirod parameter. Won itis iplayed wth tho Micon a nly. the unt tangs he subse c trownemerTrpressed onnde) | BAS and the repeater access is enabied 2.Press the same kay again otal he ws 08 BID icons show up ont clay. ic This is the CTCSS decode frequency. Aas 3 This enables CTCSS squeleh (or Tone Saueich, TSO), 4. Press it again so thatthe 3 Positve offset, which means tansmiting | UA frequency bigher than receiving |_(1aUUUG | fener G_*Wihen LCD cisptys mon, @inatos negative offset, which means T transmitting frequency lower than . Y Anan visooaa | receiving toa splay. tr. “The default setting is "FA" (as5- IFA 2 Press alo isplay SET, thon rotate calor press tha (UPJ[DOWN) keys on the microphone te change the setting, ‘The options are as follows, ‘VFA: Soarches fast but iess accurate, '¥ SLW: Searches souly but more accurate, 3. Press the da. ‘The unit wl go back to menu mode. (MEPRIORITY SCAN SETTING ‘Sot whether or not to check every § second whather the prio channel receives 2 signal or not 1. Rotate the calor press the [UFVIDOWN] keys on the microphone to splay the menu number 29°, ‘The cunt seting wil appear onthe epi — The detaut sein is OFF aPRISOFF 2 Press dao display SET, thon rotate calor pross the [UP/IDOWN) keys on the microphone to change the seting, ALINCO —_— PARAMETER SETTING MODE Te oto ae a flows YON: Checks avery 5 seconds whether the priority channal receives & signal ornot OFF: Doss net check whether the prirty channel receives a signal or nat 3 nee sno pry channel, ON canna be eaoced J. Press the dial The unit wl o back to menu modo | MENEMORY CHANNEL SCANNING SETTING Set whether to exciude skip channels or not when scanning memory channels, 1 Rotate the dial or pros the [UPHIDOWN keys on the microphone {0 epay the menu numb "30 ‘The currant seting wil appear on the cpa. Seren “The default sotng fe “SKIP na fHSkl 2.Pes dia to depay SET, han rotate dal or pres he [UPHOOVM] keys he microphone to change eset “Tne optons ae a oon 1 SKIP: Scans exchng skp channal 1 ALL: Scans all memory channels regards of ekip sting 3, Press the da. “The unit wil go back to menu mode. LINCO. IEGROUP SCANNING STEP ‘St the channel stp for group scanning 4. Rotate the dal or ress the (UPJIDOWN] keys on the microphone to display the menu number ‘31 Tw cuort sting wil oppesron the Say erro on ‘Te dete sein "20" ab STP 20 2.Prse dao deply SET, ten lt dal or res [UPHDOWN fore onttemoporetorenge be sr Tho opto ara love 0,20, 30, 40,50 s.Pree the da Teun back omens mot IMENARROW MODE Select the iter width according to the apated local regulations. 41, Rotato the dialer press the [UPYIOOWN] keys on the microphone to display the menu number "32" Tro curentsoting will eppear on the > isp N APROEF ‘The eat sting is"OFF aN ARROFF 2, ress alo splay SET, thon rotate da or press the [UPMIDOWN] keys on the microphone fo change the seting The options are as follows. ON: Uses nartow mode. Conventional FM mode 3. Press the dil ‘The unit will go back to menu mode, IMBEAT SHIFT ‘Set whether or not to shift the frequency when the multiple of elock frequency isthe receiving frequency. This snot a nose-cancellt. 1. Rotate the dal or prass the [UPJIDOWN] keys on the microphone: to display the menu number "33 ‘The current setting wil app claplay ‘The default setting is “OFF 2. Press cal o display SET, then rotate olal or press the [UP/IDOWN] keys on the microphone to change the setting, The options are as follows. YON: Shit tho frequency when the multple of clock frequency isthe rcelving frequency OFF: Does not shif the frequericy even when the mutipie of clock frequency is the recelving requency. 3. Press the dia “The unit wil go back to menu mode. HETUNING CONTROL Set whetner oF not to allow operations forthe dal and [UPY[DOWN] keys ‘on the microphone when the operation lock function is set Rotate the dia or press the [UPY[DOWN] keys on the microphone to clgplay the menu number "3 on the PARAMETER SETTING MODE U@y ‘The curent soting wil appear onthe dsclay. “The detoult setting is “ON", 7 2.Press dial to display SET, then rotate [37 L TRON lal oF press the [UPH[DOWN] keys on the microphone’ change tho satng. ‘The options are as follows. YON: Allows to operate the dial and [UPY[DOWN] keys on the ‘microphone when the operation ick function is set Y OFF: Does net alow to operate the dal and [UP/IOOWN] keys on the microphone when the operation lock functon is set 4. Pross the dla “The unt wal go back to menu mode. MS-METER SOUELCH ‘S-mater squelch determines the squelch level by the strength of recaivng signal. It replaces the conventional noise equeleh and the noise squelch lve setting is disregarded wile S-meter squelch is activate, 41. Rotate the dal or press the (UPJ[OOWN] keys on the microphone to dlsplay the manu number "35" ‘The current setting wll appear on the play, The default setting Is “OFF, 2.Press dial to display SET, then rotate {al or press the [UPY[OOWN] keys on 1 the setting, rrierophone to change ALINGO PARAMETER SETTING MODE The opto area evs, YON: Activates Smoter squelch Recling audios heard ony when the signal svength is higher than te determined S-mator level. vorr: Deacivates Smet squolch (Noise squech activated). 4. Press the dil Tho unit wil go ack to menu mode To set the Simeter squelch love, select ON and press a then press [PTT] to move to operation mode, Press CED koy. San and a segment appear on the dspay. White & is deplayed tum the lal to select the level by moving segments; § lovee are ‘avalable. Press the dal or leaving It for § seconde sets te evel ‘ME SQUELCH HANG TIME SS the duration of ime before switching to MUTE-CLOSE stale after | stopping receiving a signal when the S-meter squelch is se! to ON, 4, Rotata the dial or pres the [UPJ[DOWN] keys on the microphone to display te menu number "36% “Tho current seting wil appear on the spay eurn “The dela seting fe "OFF™ waocHid, 2, Press dal to splay SET, then rotator pres he [UPHOOWN] keys on the microphone fo change the seting, “The options are as flows. ‘YOFF Om) o 900 (900ms) 10 stops in 100ms increments 3, Press the dia, ‘The unit wil go back to menu mode. ALINCO. wmzTONE Sot ZTone systom setng tones, [Bout tays one iaoproe war Prana al Use [UPHDOWN] tye Codatne group Renato te Beat ea geienaes cena | THETIO 4.2y pena the dasa tara, ioeeetenctemeens [a 5195 em Sec Sonn ente gots an re The propemeing S{OETO) © CIGD ene ei se eee Press GED and the cil together. A icon appears onthe dspay. Press [PTT] to transmit the tone, The lst selected group Is used for Tx and Rx. To change the group, repeat above 1 and 2. IML2TONE RECEIVING SYSTEM Select tne condition to se! Zone to Mute-Open. 1 Rolate the dao: press the [UPV[OOWIN] keys ‘on the microphone to display the menu number "35 The curent sting wil appear on ho a say. ve Pacae weno ac 1 50R 2, Press alto display SET, then rotate calor press the [UP/IDOWN] keys on the microphone to change the setting, The options are as folows. yoR tf 2Tone matches Sub-Aueto, Mute-Open willbe set YANO! 1 2Tone matches, Mute-Open wil be set 43. Press the dial The unit wil go back to menu mode, PARAMETER SETTING MODE IMEZTONE TRANSMISSION TYPE Select the 2Tone transmission type 4. Rotat the dial or press the [UPJIDOWN] keys on the microphone to dlsplay he menu number "3°, Te current setting will appear on the | splay array edt ting -N aol KIND 2, Press dal o display SET, then rotate calor press the [UPJ[OOWN} koye on the microphone to change the setting, ‘The options ar as follows. IND: ‘The 2Tone transmission type willbe set to “Individual GRP: @ The 2Tone transmission type willbe set to "Group". sore; ‘The ZTone transmission type wil be sett “Super Group 3.Press the dia The unit wl go back to menu mode. ALINGO | WE Gatie cione “Tis feature wil copy the programmed data and parameters inthe master unt to slave unt. It copies the parameters and memory program setings CONNECTION Purchase a commonly available 3.5rmq stereo min-plug audio cable. Make a master unit by sating and programming It as desired. Tur ofboth unis. Connect he cable between the DATA jacks on both master and slave. Tum toth radios on afer the connection is made cq tmamnetanetoctiy STi eb coun eS ei | © tsermno, mastes sioa 11. press ©) key with GD key pressed. CLONE wil be played andthe rato errs the ane mode 2. Press PTT, SD" willbe displayed and starts senng the data into the lave uni “3. [PASS] wil appear onthe delay when te dls succesful transitd “The master rio may ty tuned on forthe net clone, Tun of the uit xt fom the cone made Ifthe data is not successfully transmited, tum off both uits, make sure the cable connection is corect and repeat the ene operation from the begining, I you quit the operation in conton that the clone is incompleted please rest the slave unt [SETTING SLAVE SIDE] 41.Go to receive made (VFO or Memory) 2, When it receives the clone data, LD“ shows up onthe dlspay. 3. When the transmission Is sucessful ished, the display wil show [PASS}, "9 cable anc repeat the sequence ta clone the next slave unt “4 Turn off te power. Disconnect ALINCO. Maintenance EE (ME DEFAULT SETTING AFTER RESETTING DR-B18S ‘ME TROUBLE SHOOTING orews || EeS, [eae Pate Foss Caos and Pil Sours 9nd polarities of ower comnesisn Des encode ceaeret foe (2) Paves 7, part caked cea te tee ‘ea _and decode _ ‘sepear on Dsplay. {terminal and biack iead to minus termins! of enor chart Eien) | | 068 cate | oz Seon ese fet desion : seutponer | (2) Fue own ena and sce pot ean in Bown feet ean scomre | [ Revo ote | OFF cae Fo bei perenne Peper henna vor oF . + Sait ive ih Deore spl al HE: 12.5He (4) No sound comes from * Selective-caling like TSQ activated. Pr a ee | inated Prose TOSS encode nd eco] - oo oF iene ner ‘Optional functions will be basically deactivated and programmed values 10 erased, WTO RESET Perform the reset to resume dotaul sting 2 reset modes are availabe SYSTEM reset Resumes default setting without erasing memory channel data, ‘Turn off. Turn on with GED key pressed.All LCD segments will be lisplayed. Release the key and wait unl 145,000 is payed. AlLreset Resumes default setting and clears the memory deta. The deleted ‘memory data cari be recalled Turn off Turn on wih GE} and TD koye pressed together. ‘ALCO sogments will be displayed. Release keys and walt unl 145,000 's displayed. =) Reset Is not available in Channel display mode, or SS preprogrammed using PC uly stiware (Key ant Dal do ot Koock intone acvaid, Cancel Kayock tion ton W Rott Di wit Rang Oi wll nat [rane n GALL mode. Prose @). |= Wicrophane connection le poe. Connect turer pope era ecrnazion|e poor, Connect antenna [seen Please contact your desler when a technical assistance may be nocessary. (ETT ey pesos bu ALINCO ations DR-B185 —_— Speci Genel — Receiver Frequenay Range (VA We band Nan and DRE TASHE| tad 145.995 we Samy DR-B1G5HT| 144 - 147.995 Nz (196-173.995MHZ RX only) (208 Sines) 20 sah Number of memory ch [500 channels ‘aoe Ceizal Sree 008 ey se Salociy ss a kre, 6.25Kre, 10KHa, T2EKHe, TSKHs, jenn a na Grennelstop aos, 30K, Soke ee ee sear Operating Voltage 13.8V DC 215% eevee | inganos-amuy | weos.2smu Seeratng Vota — TrusoResponse | i=30005-25N0) | vimaahos 25mm) ‘Semi rien TCSBDCETine nates seas zande) | rinses. 2808 Frequency Stability [22.5ppm ee ‘Operating Temperature |-10°C~+60° a a seionstwaexo) [T0444 (A) 185.6 (Om Audio poreroupet | 2an@ 1% DirensionstWierho) [eA 7a Corer cn