Motorola Talkabout T200, T260, T2XX Series - TWO-WAY Radio Manual

Motorola Talkabout T200, T260, T2XX Series - TWO-WAY Radio Manual

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Motorola Talkabout T200, T260, T2XX Series - TWO-WAY Radio Manual

Safety and General Information

RF Exposure and Product Safety Instructions for Portable Two-Way Radios General Populated and Uncontrolled Environments.
ATTENTION:

Before using this radio, refer to the important operating instructions for safe usage and RF energy awareness and control for compliance with applicable Standards and Regulations.

Compliance with RF Exposure Standards
Your Motorola Two-Way radio complies with the following RF energy exposure standard and guidelines:

  • United States Federal Communications Commission, Code of Federal Regulations; 47 CFR et seq. & FCC.
  • Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) C95.1.
  • International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP).
  • Ministry of Health (Canada) Safety Code 6 & Industry Canada RSS-102.
  • Australian Communications Authority Radiocommunications Standard et seq.
  • ANATEL ANNEX to Resolution No. 303 of July 2, 2002.
  • ANATEL ANNEX to Resolution No. 533 of September 10, 2009.

Transmit and Receive Procedure
Your two-way radio contains a transmitter and a receiver. To control your exposure and ensure compliance with the general population/uncontrolled environment exposure limits, always adhere to the following procedure:

  • Transmit no more than 50% of the time.
  • To receive calls, release the PTT button.
  • To transmit (talk), press the Push-to-Talk (PTT) button in front of the face.
  • Hold the radio in a vertical position with the microphone (and other parts of the radio including the antenna) at least one inch (2.5 centimeters) away from the nose or lips. Keeping the radio at a proper distance is important to ensure compliance.

Note: RF exposure decreases with increasing distance from the antenna.

  • Body Worn Operation. When worn on the body, always place the radio in a Motorola-approved clip, holder, holster, case or body harness for this product.

Please refer to the following websites for more information on what RF energy exposure is and how to control your exposure to assure compliance with established RF exposure limits:

Two-way Radio Operation

  • Use only Motorola-approved supplied or replacement antennas, batteries, and audio accessories. Use of non- Motorola-approved antennas, batteries, and wired or wireless accessories may exceed the applicable RF exposure guidelines (iEEE, ICNIRP or FCC).
  • For a list of Motorola-approved accessories for your radio model, visit the following website: http://www.motorolasolutions.com/TalkaboutAccessories.

Electromagnetic Interference/Compatibility
Note:
Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI) if inadequately shielded, designed or otherwise configured for electromagnetic compatibility.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

  1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
  2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

  1. This device may not cause interference, and
  2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.

Facilities
To avoid electromagnetic interference and/or compatibility conflicts, turn off your radio in any facility where posted notices instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that is sensitive to external RF energy.

Aircraft
When instructed to do so, turn off your radio when onboard an aircraft. Any use of a radio must be in accordance with applicable regulations per airline crew instructions.
Medical Devices – Pacemakers, Defibrillators or other Implanted Medical Devices

Persons with pacemakers, Implantable cardioverterdefibrillators (ICDs) or other active implantable medical devices (AIMD) must

  • Consult with their physicians regarding the potential risk of interference from radio frequency transmitters, such as portable radios (poorly shielded medical devices may be more susceptible to interference).
  • Turn the radio OFF immediately if there is any reason to suspect that interference is taking place.
  • Do not carry the radio in a chest pocket or near the implantation site, and carry or use the radio on the opposite side of their body from the implantable device to minimize the potential for interference.

Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless radios may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to consult your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives.

Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if it is adequately shielded from RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.

Use of Communication Devices While Driving
Always check the laws and regulations on the use of radios in the areas where you drive.

  • Give full attention to driving and to the road.
  • Use hands-free operation, if available.
  • Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call, if driving conditions or regulations so require.

For Vehicle With Air Bags
Refer to the vehicle manufacturer's manual prior to installation of electronic equipment to avoid interference with air bag wiring. Do not place a portable radio in the area over an air bag or in the air bag deployment area. Air bags inflate with great force. If a portable radio is placed in the air bag deployment area and the air bag inflates, the radio may be propelled withgreat force and cause serious injury to occupants of the vehicle.

Potentially Explosive Atmosphere
Turn off your radio prior to entering any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere. Only radio types that are especially qualified must be used in such areas as "Intrinsically Safe". Do not remove, install or charge batteries in such areas. Sparks in a potentially explosive atmosphere can cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death.
Note:The areas with potentially explosive atmosphere referred to above include fueling areas such as below decks on boats, fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities, areas where the air contains chemicals or particles (such as grain, dust or metal powders) and any other area where you would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle engine. Areas with potentially explosive atmospheres are often – but not always posted.

Blasting Caps and Areas
To avoid possible interference with blasting operations, turn off your radio when you are near electrical blasting caps, in a blasting area, or in areas posted "Turn off two-way radios". Obey all signs and instructions.

Operational Cautions
Antennas
Do not use any portable radio that has a damaged antenna. If a damaged antenna comes into contact with your skin, a minor burn can result.

Batteries
All batteries can cause property damage and/or bodily injury such as burns if a conductive material touches exposed terminals. The conductive material may complete an electrical circuit (short circuit) and become hot.

  • Exercise care when removing NiMH or AA batteries. Do not use sharp or conductive tools to remove these batteries.
  • Exercise care in handling any charged battery, particularly when placing it inside a pocket, purse or other container with metal objects.
  • Do not discard your battery in a fire.
  • Do not replace the battery in any area labeled "Hazardous Atmosphere". Any sparks created in a potentially explosive atmosphere can cause explosion or fire.
  • Do not disassemble, crush, puncture, shred or otherwise attempt to change the form of your battery.
  • Do not dry a wet battery or damp battery with an appliance or heat source, such as a hair dryer or microwave oven.
  • If the radio battery contact area has been submerged in water, dry and clean the battery contacts before attaching the battery to the radio.

Battery Charger Safety Instructions:
Save these Instructions

  1. Turn the radio off when charging the battery.
  2. Do not expose the charger to outside environment. Chargers must only be used indoors.
  3. Do not operate or disassemble the charger. Do not use a charger that has been dropped or damaged in any way.
  4. Never alter the AC cord or plug provided with the unit. If the plug will not fit the outlet, have the proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. An improper condition can result in a risk of electric shock.
  5. To reduce the risk of damage to the cord or plug, pull the plug rather than the cord when disconnecting the charger from the AC receptacle.
  6. To reduce the risk of electric shock, unplug the charger from the outlet before attempting any maintenance or cleaning.
  7. Use of an attachment not recommended or sold by Motorola Solutions may result in a risk of fire, electric shock or personal injury.
  8. Make sure the cord is located so it will not be stepped on, tripped over or subjected to damage or stress.
  9. An extension cord must not be used unless absolutely necessary. Use of an improper extension cord could result in a risk of a fire and/or electric shock. If an extension cord must be used, make sure that:
  • The pins on the plug of the extension cord are the same number, size and shape as those on the plug of the charger.
  • The extension cord is properly wired and in good condition.
  • The extension cord size is 18 AWG for lengths up to 100 feet, and 16 AWG for lengths up to 150 feet.
  1. The supply cord of the AC adaptor cannot be replaced. If the cord is damaged, call customer service.

Licensing Information

USA
Use of GMRS frequencies is subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
The FCC requires that all operators using GMRS frequencies obtain a radio license before operating their equipment. To obtain the FCC forms, please visit the FCC website at wireless.fcc.gov/uls/index.htm?job=home to source form 605 and 159, which includes all the instructions you will need. If you wish to have the document faxed or mailed, or if you have questions, please use the following contact information:

For a fax: Contact the Fax-OnDemand system For mail service: Call the FCC Forms Hotline If you have questions about the FCC License: Call the FCC
1-202-418-0177 1-800-418-FORM (3676) 1-888-CALL-FCC (225-5322)

Canada
Use of Motorola radio in Canada is subject to the rules & regulations of Industry Canada (IC). IC requires no license when operated in Canada.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Motorola Solutions may void the user authority granted by the IC/FCC to operate this radio and must not be made. To comply with IC/ FCC requirements, transmitter adjustments must be made only by or under the supervision of a person certified as technically qualified to perform transmitter maintenance and repairs in the private land mobile and fixed services as certified by an organization representative of the user of those services. Replacement of any transmitter component (crystal, semiconductor, etc) not authorized by the IC/FCC equipment authorization for this radio could violate IC/FCC rules.

Note: Use of this radio outside the country where it was intended to be distributed is subject to government regulations and may be prohibited.

Mexico
Use of GMRS frequencies is subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Federal Communications Institute (IFT) requires that all operators using GMRS frequencies obtain a permit before operating their equipment. To obtain a permit from the IFT, the user must proceed in accordance with Articles 14 and 15 of the Federal Telecommunications Law. Consult your local IFT office for more information: www.ift.org.mx

Uruguay
Use of GMRS frequencies is subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Regulatory Unit Communications Services (URSEC). URSEC requires that all operators using GMRS frequencies obtain a permit before operating their equipment. The authorization shall depend on the channel availability at the time the authorization is requested. To obtain a permit from URSEC, consult your local URSEC office for more information:www.ursec.gub.uy.

Panama
The Republic of Panama does not require authorization to use FRS/GMRS radio equipment frequencies.

Chile
Servicio de Banda Local UHF frequency use is subject to SUBTEL Resolution 1.261 and Resolution 52 Exenta. A license is required for use in Chile. To obtain a Banda Local end-user license:

  1. Fill out the required application form to request Local Band service.
    1. It is available on the SUBTEL website: http://www.subtel.gob.cl/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1388&Itemid=2087
    2. It is also available at the SUBTEL offices:
      Subsecretaría de Telecomunicaciones
      Unidad de Licencias y Permisos
      Lorenzo Gotuzzo N°124, piso 6
      Santiago, Chile
      Tel. (56-2) 421 3634
  2. Present this form with your ID at the above location.
  3. Consult the SUBTEL offices for applicable fees. For more information, consult SUBTEL at www.subtel.cl or call their offices at the telephone number listed above.

Colombia
Operacion itinerante de baja potencia frequency use is subject to CRC Resolución 002190 de 2003. No license is required for use in Colombia. Consult CRC at www.crcom.gov.co for more information.

Peru
Colectivo Familiar frequency use is subject to MTC RVM 388-200-MTC/15.03 and FCC (FRS), Part 95B. No license is required for use in Peru. Consult MTC Peru at www.mtc.gob.pe for more information.

Argentina
Uso Familiar frequency use is subject to CNC Resolution SC No. 2750/98. No license is required for use in Argentina. Consult the AFTIC at http://www.aftic.gob.ar/ for more information.

Brazil
The frequency general use is subject to the Annex to Resolution 506 Section XIV - Radio Communication Equipment General Purpose. It is not required use license in Brazil. See the ANATEL site for more information: http://www.anatel.gov.br/Portal/exibirPortalInternet.do

Control Buttons

Control Buttons

Display Screen Guide

Display Screen Guide

Call Tone Battery Meter
Keypad Tone Weather Alert
Roger Tone Status (transmit/ receive)
Mute Scan
iVOX / VOX Lock

Getting Started

Installing the Batteries
Discard the retailer tag (loose in one of the battery compartments), before installing batteries.
Each radio can use either 1 NiMH rechargeable battery pack or 3 AA alkaline batteries and beeps when the batteries are low.

Installing the NiMH Rechargeable Battery Pack (Optional Accessory)

  1. Take the belt clip off.
  2. With the back of the radio facing you, lift the battery cover latch up and remove the cover.
  3. Insert the NiMH battery pack by following the instruction on the battery pack. (The ribbon must be underneath the battery pack and must wrap around the right side of the pack for easy removal).
  4. Close the battery cover firmly.

Installing the Three AA Alkaline Batteries

  1. Take the belt clip off.
  2. With the back of the radio facing you, lift the battery cover latch up and remove the cover.
  3. Insert the three AA Alkaline batteries with + and – polarity as shown inside. (The ribbon must be underneath the AA alkaline batteries and must wrap around the right side of the batteries).
  4. Close the battery cover firmly.

Radio Battery Meter
The radio battery icon shows the battery charge level, from full to empty . When the radio has one segment left, the radio chirps periodically or after releasing the PTT button (Low Battery Alert).

Removing the NiMH Battery Pack

  1. Turn the radio off.
  2. With the back of the radio facing you, lift the battery cover latch up and remove the cover.
  3. Remove the NiMH battery pack by pulling the ribbon attached to the radio.
  4. Close the battery cover firmly.

Removing the Three AA Alkaline Batteries

  1. Turn the radio off.
  2. With the back of the radio facing you, lift the battery cover latch up and remove the cover.
  3. Gently remove each alkaline battery by pulling the ribbon attached to the radio.
  4. Close the battery cover firmly.

Note:

  • Exercise care when removing NiMH or AA batteries. Do not use sharp or conductive tools to remove either of these batteries.
  • Remove the batteries before storing your radio for extended periods of time. Batteries corrode over time and may cause permanent damage to your radio.

Battery Capacity Maintenance

  1. Charge the NiMH batteries once every 3 months when not in use.
  2. Before placing the radio in storage, remove the battery.
  3. Store the NiMH batteries in temperature between -20°C to 35°C and in low humidity. Avoid damp conditions and corrosive materials.

Using the Micro-USB Charger
The micro-USB charger is a handy port that allows you to conveniently charge your NiMH battery pack.

  1. Make sure your radio is turned OFF.
  2. Plug the micro-USB cable into the micro-USB charging port on your radio. Connect the other end of the micro- USB charger to wall power outlet.
  3. An empty battery will be fully charged in 12 hours.
  1. The battery meter on LCD will move to indicate the battery is charging.

Note:

  • It is recommended to power OFF your radio while charging. However, if power is turned on while charging, you may not be able to transmit a message if the battery is completely empty. Allow time for the battery to charge to 1 bar before attempting to transmit a message.
  • When moving between hot and cold temperatures, do not charge the NiMH battery pack until the battery temperature acclimates (usually about 20 minutes).
  • For optimal battery life, remove the radio from the charger within 16 hours. Do not store the radio while connected to the charger.

Attaching and Removing the Belt Clip

  1. Attach the belt clip to the back of the radio until the clip clicks in place.
  2. Attach the belt clip to pocket or belt strap until the clip clicks in place.

To Remove

  1. Push the release tab on top of the belt clip to release the latch.
  2. Pull the belt clip away from the back of the radio.

Turning your Radio On and Off

  1. Press and hold on the button to turn your radio ON/OFF. In the ON position, the radio chirps and briefly shows all feature icons available on the radio.
  2. The display screen then shows the current channel, code and all features that are enabled. The radio is in Two-Way mode.

Setting the Volume
Press and hold for three seconds to listen to volume level.

  1. First press either or to trigger volume change. You will see current volume level on screen.
  2. Press to increase the volume. Press to decrease the volume.
  3. When the volume reached level 0 the mute icon appears permanently on screen.
    Do not hold the radio close to your ear. If the volume is set to an uncomfortable level, it could hurt your ear.

Talking and Listening

To communicate, all radios in your group must be set to the same channel and Interference Eliminator Code.

  1. To talk, press and hold the PTT button. When transmitting, icon blinks (only on radio with weather mode feature) and is shown.
  2. When you are finished talking, release the PTT button.
  3. When receiving,icon blinks (only on radio with weather mode feature) and is shown.
    For maximum clarity, hold the radio one inch away from your mouth and speak directly into the microphone. Do not cover the microphone while talking.

Talk Range
Your radio is designed to maximize performance and improve transmission range. Do not use the radios closer than five feet apart.

Monitor Button
Pressing and holding for three seconds allows you to listen to the volume level of the radio when you are not receiving. You can also press to check for activity on the current channel before you talk.

Push-to-Talk Timeout Timer
To prevent accidental transmissions and save battery life, the radio emits a continuous warning tone and stops transmitting if you press the PTT button for 60 continuous seconds.

Mode Button (Only on Radio with Weather Mode Feature)
By pressing "mode" button, the user will be seamlessly switching between two-way and weather mode. When radio is in two-way mode, will be shown. When radio is in weather mode, will be shown. Corresponding setting and information will be shown on the LCD.

Selecting the Channel
Each country model has different number of channels and frequencies. See the "Channels and Frequencies" table on overleaf for details.

  1. With the radio on, press one time until the channel number starts to flash.
  2. Press or and select an unused or quiet channel. An extended press of or allows you to scroll through the channels rapidly.
  1. Press the PTT button to save the channel setting and exit menu or to continue set up.

Selecting the Interference Eliminator Code
Interference Eliminator Codes help minimize interference by blocking transmissions from unknown sources. Your radio has 121 Interference Eliminator Codes. Codes 1 – 38 are standard analog codes that appear on other FRS/GMRS radios. Codes 39 – 121 are additional digital codes added for superior interference protection. 0 is the off position, no analog or digital codes are enabled.
To set the code for a channel:

  1. Press two times until the code starts to flash.
  2. Press or to select the code.
  3. Press the PTT button to save the code setting and exit menu or to continue set up.
    You can set a different code for each channel using this procedure. An extended press of or allows you to scroll through the Interference Code rapidly so you can quickly reach the code you want.

Note: On a radio that uses Interference Eliminator Codes, the code must be set to 0 to communicate with radios that do not have Interference Eliminator Codes. Select 0 for "no tone, no code" on the display of your radio.

Setting and Transmitting Call Tones
Your radio can transmit different call tones to other radios in your group so you can alert them that you want to talk. Your radio has 20 call tones from which to choose.
To set a call tone:

  1. Press three times until appears. The current call tone setting will flash.
  2. Press or to change and hear the call tone.
  3. Press the PTT button to set the new call tone and exit menu or to continue set up.
    To transmit your call tone to other radios set up to the same channel and Interference Eliminator Code as your radio, press .

Note: Setting the call to OFF disables the call tone feature.

Hands-Free Use Without Accessories ()
Note: iVOX feature is not available on model T200.
You can use the feature to transmit hands-free without the need for any headset accessories. Once is turned on, the radio detects your voice and transmits when you speak into the internal microphone.

  1. Press four times until appears on the display. The current setting will flash.
  2. Press or to select Off or set sensitivity L1, L2 or L3.
  3. Press the PTT button to set and exit menu or to continue set up.

Hands-Free Use with Accessories ()
Note: VOX feature is not available on model T200.
You can transmit hands-free more reliable with the use of optional headset accessories. Once is turned on, the radio detects your voice and transmits when you speak. Many accessories (sold separately) are available for your radio.
For more information, visit our website at www.motorolasolutions.com/TalkaboutAccessories or call customer service.

  1. Plug the accessory into the accessory port. Press four times until appears on the display. The current setting will flash.
  2. Press or to select Off or set sensitivity L1, L2 or L3.
  3. Press the PTT button to set and exit menu or to continue set up.
  4. Lower the volume before placing the accessory on your head or in your ear.
  5. To turn off , simply remove accessory.
  6. When accessory is connected, only accessory microphone is functional. Pressing PTT on radio will also allow user to transmit via accessory microphone.
    Note: There is a short delay between the time you start talking and when the radio transmits. There is a short delay before the transmission is completed.

Setting the Sensitivity Level When in Mode
Adjusting the sensitivity level of the radio helps minimize the possibility of unintended noises triggering a transmission and helps the radio pick up soft voices.
L3 = High Sensitivity for quiet environments
L2 = Medium Sensitivity for most environments
L1 = Low Sensitivity for noisy environments

Keypad Tones
You may enable or disable the speaker key tones. You will hear the key tone each time a button is pushed.

  1. Press five times (four times on model T200) until appears. The current setting On/Off will flash.
  2. Press either or to turn On or Off.
  3. Press the PTT button to confirm and exit menu or continue set up.
    Note: When the key tone feature is off, the following are not disabled:
  • Transmit timeout alert tone
  • Call tone
  • Low battery alert tone or
  • The transmitted talk confirmation tone

Transmitting a Talk Confirmation Tone
You can set your radio to transmit a unique tone when you finish transmitting. It is like saying "Roger" or "Over" to let others know you are finished talking.

  1. With the radio on, press six times (five times on model T200) until the appears. The current setting On/ Off flashes.
  2. Press or to turn On or Off.
  3. Press the PTT button to set and exit menu.

Special Features

Keypad Lock
To avoid accidentally changing your radio settings:

  1. Press and hold until displays.
  2. When in lock mode, you can turn the radio on and off, adjust the volume, receive, transmit, send a call tone and monitor channels. All other functions are locked.
  3. To unlock the radio, press and hold until is no longer displayed.

Scanning Channels
Use scan to search all channels for transmissions from unknown parties, to find someone in your group who has accidentally changed channels or to quickly find unused channels for your own use.
To start Scanning:

  1. Briefly press the key. The scan will appear in the display and the radio will begin to scroll through the channel and code combinations.
  2. When the radio detects channel activity matching the channel and code combination, it stops scrolling and you can hear the transmission.
  3. To respond and talk to the person transmitting, press the PTT button within five seconds after the end of the transmission.
  4. The radio will resume scrolling through the channels five seconds after the end of any received activity.
  5. To stop scanning, briefly press the key.

Scanning Notes:

  1. If you press the PTT button while the radio is scrolling through inactive channels, the transmission will be on the "home channel". Scanning will resume five seconds after the end of your transmission. You may press the key to stop scanning at any time.
  2. If the radio stops on an undesired transmission, you may immediately resume the scan by briefly pressing or .
  3. If the radio repeatedly stops on an undesired transmission, you may temporarily remove that channel from the scan list by pressing and holding or for three seconds. You may remove more than one channel in this way.
  4. To restore the removed channel(s) to the scan list, turn the radio off and then turn back on, or exit and re-enter the scanning mode by pressing .
  5. You cannot remove the home channel from the scan list.

Weather Receiver

Note: Weather feature is not available on model T200. Weather feature is available on model T260 designed for use in USA and Canada.

Your radio can tune in to broadcasts by the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather Radio and Environment Canada Weather Radio. You can listen to a weather channel (see "Weather Channels and Frequencies" table for details) or set your radio to alert you to emergency weather broadcasts that interrupt routine broadcasts. When you listen to a weather channel, you cannot use your radio in scan mode or for two-way communications. Both NOAA and Environment Canada have transmitters located throughout the United States and Canada, respectively. These transmitters broadcast watches, forecasts and other information 24 hours a day.

Note: NOAA weather radio stations are assigned to cover specific areas and service may be limited. Please check with your local weather office for frequency and details or visit www.weather.gov/nwr in the US to view the appropriate transmitter for your area. The use of the NOAA logo does not provide an endorsement or implied endorsement by the National Weather Service of NOAA, nor does the use of the Weatheradio logo provide an endorsement or implied endorsement by Environment Canada.

Entering Weather Mode

  1. From two-way mode, press to enter weather mode.

Setting the Weather Channel
Your radio receives weather frequencies:

  1. In weather mode, press one time until weather channel number flashes.
  2. Press or to select the appropriate channel with good reception in your area.
  3. Press the PTT button to set and exit menu or continue set up weather alert.

Setting the Weather Alert
Your radio can be set to respond to NOAA Weather Radio emergency messages. A special alarm tone sounds an alert and turns on the weather receiver to give you immediate weather and emergency information.

  1. In weather mode press twice until displays.
  2. Press or to select On/Off.
  3. Press the PTT button or to exit the weather menu set up.
  4. Press to return to two-way mode. If you activate Weather Alert and return to two-way mode will display.
    Note:When the weather channel is activated, either manually or after receiving an alert, and no buttons are pressed for 5 minutes, the weather mode will automatically revert back to two-way mode.

As with two-way radio reception, weather channel reception depends on how close you are to a transmitter and whether you are indoors or outdoors. Because weather channels are transmitted without codes, they may contain static or noise. Weather Alert will not function while actively transmitting or receiving in two-way mode.

Weather Channels and Frequencies

Weather Channel Frequency Weather Channel Frequency
WX1 162.550 MHz WX7 162.525 MHz
WX2 162.400 MHz WX8 161.650 MHz
WX3 162.475 MHz WX9 161.775 MHz
WX4 162.425 MHz WX10 161.750 MHz
WX5 162.450 MHz WX11 162.000 MHz
WX6 162.500 MHz

Channels and Frequencies

USA, Canada, Mexico, Panama, Uruguay

Channel Frequency Description Channel Frequency Description
1 462.5625 MHz GMRS/FRS 12 467.6625 MHz FRS
2 462.5875 MHz GMRS/FRS 13 467.6875 MHz FRS
3 462.6125 MHz GMRS/FRS 14 467.7125 MHz FRS
4 462.6375 MHz GMRS/FRS 15 462.5500 MHz GMRS
5 462.6625 MHz GMRS/FRS 16 462.5750 MHz GMRS
6 462.6875 MHz GMRS/FRS 17 462.6000 MHz GMRS
7 462.7125 MHz GMRS/FRS 18 462.6250 MHz GMRS
8 467.5625 MHz FRS 19 462.6500 MHz GMRS
9 467.5875 MHz FRS 20 462.6750 MHz GMRS
10 467.6125 MHz FRS 21 462.7000 MHz GMRS
11 467.6375 MHz FRS 22 462.7250 MHz GMRS

Argentina

Channel Frequency
1 462.5625 MHz
2 462.5875 MHz
3 462.6125 MHz
4 462.6375 MHz
5 462.6625 MHz
6 462.6875 MHz
7 462.7125 MHz

Brazil

Channel Frequency Channel Frequency
1 462.5625 MHz 14 467.5675 MHz
2 462.5750 MHz 15 467.5750 MHz
3 462.5875 MHz 16 467.5875 MHz
4 462.6000 MHz 17 467.6000 MHz
5 462.6125 MHz 18 467.6125 MHz
6 462.6250 MHz 19 467.6250 MHz
7 462.6375 MHz 20 467.6375 MHz
8 462.6500 MHz 21 467.6500 MHz
9 462.6625 MHz 22 467.6625 MHz
10 462.6750 MHz 23 467.6750 MHz
11 462.6875 MHz 24 467.6875 MHz
12 462.7000 MHz 25 467.7000 MHz
13 462.7125 MHz 26 467.7125 MHz

Chile

Channel Frequency Channel Frequency
1 462.5500 MHz 18 467.6000 MHz
2 462.5625 MHz 19 467.6250 MHz
3 462.5750 MHz 20 467.6500 MHz
4 462.5875 MHz 21 467.6750 MHz
5 462.6000 MHz 22 467.7000 MHz
6 462.6125 MHz 23 467.7250 MHz
7 462.6250 MHz 24 467.8125 MHz
8 462.6375 MHz 25 467.8250 MHz
9 462.6500 MHz 26 467.8375 MHz
10 462.6625 MHz 27 467.8500 MHz
11 462.6750 MHz 28 467.8625 MHz
12 462.6875 MHz 29 467.8750 MHz
13 462.7000 MHz 30 467.8875 MHz
14 462.7125 MHz 31 467.9000 MHz
15 462.7250 MHz 32 467.9150 MHz
16 467.5500 MHz 33 467.9250 MHz
17 467.5750 MHz

Columbia

Channel Frequency Channel Frequency
1 462.5625 MHz 10 467.6125 MHz
2 462.5875 MHz 11 467.6375 MHz
3 462.6125 MHz 12 467.6625 MHz
4 462.6375 MHz 13 467.6875 MHz
5 462.6625 MHz 14 467.7125 MHz
6 462.6875 MHz 15 467.7625 MHz
7 462.7125 MHz 16 467.8125 MHz
8 467.5625 MHz 17 467.8375 MHz
9 467.5875 MHz 18 467.9125 MHz

Peru

Channel Frequency Channel Frequency
1 462.5625 MHz 8 467.5625 MHz
2 462.5875 MHz 9 467.5875 MHz
3 462.6125 MHz 10 467.6125 MHz
4 462.6375 MHz 11 467.6375 MHz
5 462.6625 MHz 12 467.6625 MHz
6 462.6875 MHz 13 467.6875 MHz
7 462.7125 MHz 14 467.7125 MHz

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