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• USING SECOND SWITCH INPUT
TERMINALS FOR MESSAGES
• WIDE BAND OR NARROW BAND
OPERATION (JUMPER SELECTABLE)
• ANALOG VOLTAGE INPUTS,
(OR 4 - 20 mA LOOP INPUTS)
• MULTIPLE LOCATION
IDENTIFICATION MESSAGES
• TERMINATED ALARM LOOP INPUTS
• MODULATION SELECT FOR
NARROW BAND CHANNELS
• CONNECTING & USING AN
EXTERNAL 12 VDC POWER SUPPLY
• USING SOLAR POWER PANELS
TO OPERATE & CHARGE INTERNAL
NI-CD BATTERIES
• ENABLING & DISABLING THE
LOW BATTERY OR EXTERNAL
POWER FAILURE MESSAGES
• BATTERY SAVER OPTIONS
Ritron RQT-UM2
Rev. J
Copyright© 1999 RITRON, INC. — ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
RITRON®, PATRIOT®, JOBCOM® & Quiet Call® are registered trademarks of RITRON, INC.
TM
Quick Talk
is a trademark of RITRON, INC.
P.O. Box 1998, Carmel, IN 46082-1998 • 505 W. Carmel Dr., Carmel, IN 46032 • USA
PH: 317-846-1201; 1-800-USA-1-USA (1-800-872-1872) • FAX: 317-846-4978
Web: www.ritron.com • E-mail: ritron@ritron.com
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  • Page 1

    Rev. J 00-05 Copyright© 1999 RITRON, INC. — ALL RIGHTS RESERVED RITRON®, PATRIOT®, JOBCOM® & Quiet Call® are registered trademarks of RITRON, INC. Quick Talk is a trademark of RITRON, INC. P.O. Box 1998, Carmel, IN 46082-1998 • 505 W. Carmel Dr., Carmel, IN 46032 • USA PH: 317-846-1201;...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Basic Owner's Manual, Ritron Item RQT-UM1 (14500006). For further information on the Quick Talk, visit Ritron's website at http://www.ritron.com, or call Ritron at 317-846-1201. — — — WARNING — — —...

  • Page 3: General Information, Quick Talk Features

    Quick an existing or a new radio frequency, with the most popular Talk. Ritron pioneered the use of Color Dots on radios to sub-audible coded squelch formats, such as Quiet Call®...

  • Page 4

    Cat. No. 278-874, or equivalent size round will damage the unit, and void the cable (0.114 – 0.250” diameter). manufacturer's warranty. If you cannot find suitable wire, call Ritron at 800-872-1872. 3 BATTERY HOLDER The battery holder accommodates the six (6) standard 8 TRANSMITTER BANDWIDTH SELECT JUMPER "AA"...

  • Page 5: Cover Gasket Installation/ Replacement

    Replace the four (4) Cover screws. Snug down, but do FIG–2: COVER ASSEMBLY not overtighten the screws; excessive force can break the plastic enclosure material. For assistance, call RITRON at 800-872-1872, or go to http://www.ritron.com Page 3 Page 3...

  • Page 6: Programming Your Quick Talk, To Program Quick Talk By Telephone

    What if I don't find what I need in this manual? Call You may also wish to consider optional "high gain" Ritron; we will be glad to help you make Quick Talk do just antennas; call Ritron at 800-872-1872. about anything. For most applications, this manual should Ritron also can provide a radio repeater to increase the cover everything you will need to know.

  • Page 7: Adding A Second Switch To Disable The Quick Talk Transmitter

    Switch #1. If you do not need to add a second switch, see the next section. For assistance, call RITRON at 800-872-1872, or go to http://www.ritron.com Page 5 Page 5...

  • Page 8: Programming Quick Talk Transmitter Frequency

    TABLE 1: Dot system to simplify the identification of radio system frequencies for TRANSMIT FREQUENCY CODES Ritron Jobcom radios. Color Dots are placed on the bottoms of and (VHF Business Band) inside the enclosures of all Jobcom radios. Other manufacturers have also adopted this idea.

  • Page 9: Programming Quiet Call Sub-audible Squelch Interference Eliminator

    "test" button is pressed, your system is probably using TABLE 2: QUIET CALL TONE CODES Coded Squelch. Refer to your radio manual, or contact your radio dealer or Ritron if you are unsure about this QUICK QUICK Other Other...

  • Page 10: Programming Digital Quiet Call Sub-audible Squelch Interference Eliminator

    DQC codes for Quick Talk. If your system code is c. Momentarily place a screwdriver, paper clip or other not listed, call your radio service provider or Ritron. electrically conductive item across the Switch #1 b. Write down your code.

  • Page 11

    MODULAR PLUG ONLY TO A TELEPHONE SET — SWITCH 1 CONNECT TO O NOT CONNECT IT TO SWITCH #1 A TELEPHONE LINE TERMINALS. — EXT. PWR. For assistance, call RITRON at 800-872-1872, or go to http://www.ritron.com Page 9 Page 9...

  • Page 12

    ® Quick Talk Features/ Applications Manual Page 10 Page 10 RECORDING LOCATION & SWITCH CONDITION VOICE PHRASES What is the purpose of Recording Voice Phrases? To record Location Phrase: Recording customized voice phrases gives Quick Talk a. Pick up the telephone receiver, wait for the beep and messages unmistakable meaning and significance.

  • Page 13

    Every 30 minutes ......5 times ......Every 1 hour ......6 times ......Every 2 hours ......7 times ......8 times ......9 times For assistance, call RITRON at 800-872-1872, or go to http://www.ritron.com Page 11 Page 11...

  • Page 14: Restart Quick Talk When Finished Programming Message Parameters

    ® Quick Talk Features/ Applications Manual Page 12 Page 12 PROGRAMMING A MESSAGE RESTART QUICK TALK WHEN REPEAT LIMIT FINISHED PROGRAMMING MESSAGE PARAMETERS What is the purpose of limiting the number of times a scheduled voice message is transmitted? In the What is the purpose of restarting the Quick Talk? If you previous section, you programmed the Quick Talk to have changed message schedules or limits, restarting the...

  • Page 15: Holdoff Debounce

    ......10 seconds ......3 minutes ......30 seconds ......— 5 minutes DEFAULT ......1 minute ......3 minutes ......6 — 5 minutes DEFAULT For assistance, call RITRON at 800-872-1872, or go to http://www.ritron.com Page 13 Page 13...

  • Page 16: Monitoring 4-20 Ma Sensor Current Loops W/ Analog Modes

    ® Quick Talk Features/ Applications Manual Page 14 Page 14 MONITORING 4 - 20 mA SOLAR PANELS FOR SENSOR CURRENT LOOPS OPERATING & CHARGING NI- W/ ANALOG MODES CD BATTERIES TO USE QUICK TALK TO MONITOR 4-20 mA SENSOR TO USE SOLAR POWER PANELS FOR OPERATION CURRENT LOOPS WITH ANALOG INPUT MODES AND FOR CHARGING INTERNAL NI-CD BATTERIES: Quick Talk can act as a current sink after a resistor is...

  • Page 17

    5 (volts) Quick Talk provides two analog modes: 1.) Analog Input Mode, and 2.) Terminated Alarm Input Mode, described on the following page. (Continued on page 16) For assistance, call RITRON at 800-872-1872, or go to http://www.ritron.com Page 15 Page 15...

  • Page 18: Analog Input Mode

    ® Quick Talk Features/ Applications Manual Page 16 Page 16 SETTING ANALOG MODES (continued from page 15) 1. ANALOG INPUT MODE: Voltages above High Threshold To Set Terminated Alarm input Mode: Setpoint cause Switch 1 OPEN message to transmit. a. Pick up the telephone receiver and listen for the Voltages below Low Threshold Setpoint cause Switch 1 acknowledge tone.

  • Page 19: Setting Battery Saver Options

    To review the POWER FAIL phrase, dial "44". e. Repeat steps "a" through "d" until you are pleased with the results. For assistance, call RITRON at 800-872-1872, or go to http://www.ritron.com Page 17 Page 17...

  • Page 20: Setting Narrow-band (2.5 Khz) Channels, Connecting An External 12 Vdc Power Supply, Configuring Transmit Delay

    ® Quick Talk Features/ Applications Manual Page 18 Page 18 SETTING NARROW-BAND CONFIGURING TRANSMIT (2.5 kHz) CHANNELS DELAY TRANSMIT DELAY: MODULATION SELECT FOR NARROW BAND CHANNELS: To change Quick Talk from wide band to narrow (2.5 kHz For either Quick Talk applications using a repeater system, deviation) band operation, move Jumper J102 to cover only or for handheld receivers with longer turn-on delays, Quick one pin of the jumper base, as shown in Figure 10:...

  • Page 21

    Chemicals: Use only a cloth moistened with water to clean replace batteries promptly—within a day or so. the Quick Talk case. Do not attempt to clean the printed circuit board, located inside the housing. For assistance, call RITRON at 800-872-1872, or go to http://www.ritron.com Page 19 Page 19...

  • Page 22

    Quick Talk Advanced Features/ Applications Manual — QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE — DIAL CODE DESCRIPTION DIAL CODE DESCRIPTION TIME BETWEEN MESSAGES: (continued) FREQUENCY PROGRAMMING SWITCH 2 CLOSED TX Freq. 2 digit code: Table 1 (See page 6.) 5-2-2-0 Suppressed messages TX Freq., 6 digit: Dealer programming ONLY; 5-2-2-1 On changes only —...

  • Page 23

    End telephone programming & RESTART 8-2-3-2 10 seconds of holdoff 8-2-3-3 30 seconds of holdoff 8-2-3-4 1 minute of holdoff 8-2-3-5 3 minutes of holdoff 8-2-3-6 5 minutes of holdoff For assistance, call RITRON at 800-872-1872, or go to http://www.ritron.com Page 21...

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