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Инструкция по эксплуатации Listen Technologies, модель LR-500

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When any of these units are connected to an LA-202 wall transformer or dropped into a Listen charging case, NiMH batteries will be charged. To charge the batteries using the LA-202 wall transformer, plug the transformer into the jack marked “PWR/CHG” on the side of the unit. The unit can be operated while the batteries are charging. To charge the batteries using a drop-in charger, simply place the unit into a slot in the charger andconnect the charger to power. Make sure the unit is fully seated in its slot. SmartCharge™ uses a pulse charging, which greatly extends the life of Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) batteries. The entire charging process takes 13 hours. Listen recommends that you allow the chargerto complete its full cycle every time for maximum battery life. NOTE: In order to charge NiMH batteries, the BATTERY SELECT switch in your Listen product must be set to the NiMH setting. Use a pen or small screwdriver to move the switch (located in the battery compartment) to the proper position. Connect LA-202 here and plug into an AC wall outlet IMPORTANT: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CHARGE ANY TYPE OF BATTERY OTHER THAN NiMH (NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE) with your Listen equipment. Alkaline batteries may explode when connected to a charger. Other risks of charging non-NiMH batteries include destruction of property or fire. During the charge cycle, the red LED on top of the Listen product will flash slowly. When charging is completed, the LED will turn off. It is not necessary to unplug the charger; however, if you unplug the unit from the charger and then plug it back in, it will begin the 13-hour charge cycle over again. When not using the LR-300, it is recommended to leave the unit on the charger. The charger provides a “maintenance” charge that keeps the battery at 100%. If the unit is not on the charger, the battery will lose up to 20% of its charge per month. NOTE: Listen provides high performance constant current NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride) batteries. These may be purchased from your Listen dealer (ask for part number LA-362). 42 LR-300 Wall Transformer Operation The LR-300 will operate normally when connected to a wall transformer. Use Listen part number LA-202, available from any Listen dealer. Connect the wall transformer to the jack on the side of the LR-300 marked “PWR/CHG” and plug the wall transformer into a grounded AC outlet. You do not need to have batteries installed in the LR-300 to operate it with a wall transformer. NOTE: If batteries are in the unit ensure that the battery selection switch is set properly as shown on page 39. Please review the information on page 42 for important information regarding battery type and charging. The LA-202 wall transformer plugs into the side of your portable transmitter or receiver LR-300 43 Channel Selection It is highly recommended that after channel selection has been achieved, you lock the channel so that it cannot be changed by the user. To accomplish lock on receivers, press and hold seek for 5 seconds. Repeat the process to unlock. It is important to choose channels that are free from interference to achieve proper operation of your Listen equipment. This process is trial and error. Before turning on the transmitter, listen to the wide band channels (lettered channels at 72 MHz and channels that start with a “2” for 216 MHz). Listen to the audio through the headphone or via the speaker. Choose a channel with the least amount of interface. Unless you are interfacing with an existing narrowband transmission system, always use a wide band channel. If you are using multiple channels follow this process: a. Same Space If you are using transmitters in the same space, the most number of channels that will work simultaneously is six at 72 MHz and three at 216 MHz. With all of the transmitters off, listen for interference on all the wide band channels via the headphone jack. Using the frequency compatibility tables on pages 47-48, eliminate any channels that have noticeable interference. Now choose the channels with the widest channel spacing. It is recommended that adjacent channels be spaced at least 300 KHz. If there is no interference the following channels are recommended: A, C, E, I, J, and H for 72 MHz and channels 2A, 2K and 2V at 216 MHz. b. Distributed Spacing If you are using transmitters that are spread out over space, you can achieve more simultaneous broadcast channels. However, it is critical that your receiver(s) be located as close to its transmitter as possible. You can use adjacent channels (see frequency compatibility tables on pages 47-48) in this case as long as the adjacent channel transmitter is at least 50% further away from the receiver as its transmitter. Example: The transmitter for the receiver on channel E is 100 feet from the receiver. The adjacent channel transmitter on channel D should be at least 150 feet away. Notes in regard to using 72 MHz and 216 MHz systems: i. 72 MHz in a secondary frequency band. This means that ...

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