un I MC 615 (AUS) AUSTRALIAN EDITION MARINE RADIOTELEPHONE OWNER'S MANUAL...
UNIDEN MC615 The UNIDEN MC 615 VHF marine radio transceiver has been designed to give you a rugged reliable instrument that will provide you with years of trouble-free service. encouraged to thoroughly read this manual to acquaint yourself with the characteristics and operation of your transceiver so that you can contribute to the longevity of your investment.
CAUTION: The MC 615 will operate only with nominal 12 volt negative ground battery systems. It is important to carefully determine the most suitable location for your MC 615 on your vessel. Electrical, mechanical, and environmental considerations must all be taken into account.
ANTENNA CONSIDERATIONS A variety of antennas is available from a number of quality suppliers. It is recommended you draw upon the advice of your Marine Dealer in determining a suitable antenna for your vessel and range requirements. The general rul~s for antennas are: The more gain the greater the range and, the higher above the water line the greater the range.
1 ROTARY CHANNEL SELECTOR channel display shows CH-01 through CH-88. MICROPHONE CONNECTOR 3 ON/OFF VOLUME Turns power on to radio and allows adjustment to the desired listening level with clockwise rotation. Whenever the power is turned on, radio auto matically goes to Channel 16. is used to quiet background noise when no signal is being received.
9 CH 16 LED INDICATOR 101 WATT LED INDICATOR - Shows when unit is switched to Low power (1 WATT). 11 LED NUMERICAL CHANNEL DISPLAY REAR PANEL CONNECTORS 1 REMOTE SPEAKER CONNECTOR -If it is desired to use another speaker in addition to the one in the radio, a four or eight ohm speaker equipped with a miniature phone plug may be connected to this jack.
CHANNELS AND FUNCTIONS CHANNEL FREOUENCY (MHz) DESIG SHIP SHORE 160.650 156.050 Public Corresp 160.700 156.100 Public Corresp 160.750 156.150 Public Corresp 160.800 156.200 160.850 156.250 Public Corresp 1Ob.;'W 156.300 lOb.;'W 156.300 SAR/Port OPs/Com'1 160.950 156.350 156.400 156.400 156.450 156.450 156.500 156.500 156.550 156.550...
SPECIFICATIONS GENERAL Channels : Transmit 55 Receive 55 : PLL synthesizer Frequency Control Method 50 ohms, nominal Antenna Impedance . 1.82 Inch, 8 ohms Speaker Microphone . Rugged 600 ohms dynamic element with coiled cord and plug-in connector . L.E.D Channel Display : +0.001% Frequency Stability...
: 45dB Hum and Noise Attenuation : Less than 5% Audio Distortion frequency Spurious Suppression: -65 dB Output Transistor: Built-in Protection Output Power : Built-in automatic level control (ALC) Stabilization RECEIVER : 0.30 pV for 12 dB SINAD Sensitivity 0.50pV for 20 dB SIN Threshold Squelch : 0.18,uV.
REVERSING THE FRONT PANEL REMOVETOP TWO SCREWS ON EACH '" SIDE. (7) FLIP FRONTPANEL. TIGHTENSCREWS. (4) REMOVECABINET.~ (1) REMOVE FOUR SCREWS FROM CABINET. (8) CAREFULLYREPLACECOVERCABINET ON BOTTOM OF RADIO. INSERT UNDER FRONT PANEL FIRSTAND THEN LOWERAT REAROF RADIO. (9) TURN RADIO OVER. (10)REPOSITIONCABINETON TOP OF RADIOAND REPLACEFOURSCREWSTO SECURETHE HOUSING.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE Your MC 615 is a precision piece of electronic equipment and you should treat it accordingly. Due to the rugged design, very little maintenance is required, however, a few precautions should be observed. If your radio has been accidentally subjected to spray or splash you should immediately wipe it down with a soft cloth dampened with fresh water.
Uniden Repair Agent for a defect or malfunction covered by this warranty, (E) of a system not manufactured by uniden, (f) Installed, or serviced by anyone other than an authorised Uniden Repair Agent, (G) Where the Serial Number label of the product has been removed or damaged beyond recogni1ion.