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RC-D710
CONTROL PANEL

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

PANNEAU DE CONTROLE
MODE D'EMPLOI
PANEL DE CONTROL
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
コントロールパネル
取扱説明書
Only basic operations are explained in this instruction manual.
For a detailed explanation on the operations, refer to the PDF file
supplied on the CD-ROM.
Seules les fonctions de base sont expliquées dans ce mode
d'emploi. Pour le détail sur les autres opérations, reportez-vous au
fichier PDF à votre disposition sur le CD-ROM.
En este manual de instrucciones solamente se explican
las operaciones básicas. Si desea obtener una descripción
detallada de las operaciones, consulte el archivo PDF
correspondiente incluido en el CD-ROM.
本取扱説明書の操作説明は基本的な内容を記載しています。 各機能の詳
細説明は付属CD-ROM内の取扱説明書 (PDF形式) をご覧ください。
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  • Page 1: Instruction Manual

    RC-D710 CONTROL PANEL INSTRUCTION MANUAL PANNEAU DE CONTROLE MODE D’EMPLOI PANEL DE CONTROL MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES コントロールパネル 取扱説明書 Only basic operations are explained in this instruction manual. For a detailed explanation on the operations, refer to the PDF file supplied on the CD-ROM. Seules les fonctions de base sont expliquées dans ce mode d’emploi.

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    CONTROL PANEL RC-D710 INSTRUCTION MANUAL...

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    Thank You We are grateful you decded to purchase ths RC-D710. FeaTures RC-D710 has the followng man features: • Has a bult-n TNC whch conforms to the AX.25protocol. Wth a portable computer, allows you to enjoy Packet operaton qute easly. •...

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    • If an abnormal odor or smoke s detected comng from the RC-D710 or transcever, swtch the RC-D710/ transcever power off mmedately, and contact a Kenwood servce staton or your dealer. • Do not use optons not specfed by Kenwood.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    PREPARATION ... 1 SuPPlIED ACCESSORIES ... 1 INSTAllATION ... 2 CONNECTION TO PC ... 3 CONNECTION TO TM-V71 ... 3 CONNECTION TO PG-5J... 4 GETTING ACQuAINTED ... 6 OPERATION PANEl (FRONT) <RC-D710 + TM-V71> ... 6 OPERATION PANEl (REAR & lEFT) ... 9 DISPlAY <RC-D710 + TM-V71>...

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    For a detailed explanation on the operation, refer to the PDF file supplied on the CD- ROM. • Ttles denoted wth <RC-D710 + TM-V71> are operaton explanatons only for when the RC-D710 s connected to the TM-V71(A/E). Ttles wthout ths ndcaton nclude operaton explanatons for when connectng the RC-D710 to the PG-5J.

  • Page 7: Preparation

    SuPPlIEd AccESSORIES Item Modular plug cable (for PANEL jack) Line filter Cable with a 2.5 mm (/0") 3-conductor plug (for GPS jack) Base stand • Sheet Panel holder • Cushion Panel bracket • Sheet Screw set Warranty Card Instruction manual CD-ROM (For a detailed explanation on the operation) PREPARATION...

  • Page 8: Installation

    INSTAllATION n Mobile Installation 1 Clean and dry the installation location. Do not install the bracket close to an air bag. 2 Remove the release paper from the base of the panel bracket, then secure it in place using the 3 supplied self-tapping screws.

  • Page 9: Connection To Pc

    cONNEcTION TO Pc Use a PG-5G (option) cable when connecting the RC-D70 to a computer D-SUB terminal. cOM terminal pin cONNEcTION TO TM-V71 Connect the RC-D70 to the TM-V7 using the supplied cable. TM-V71 Panel jack Line filter Installing the Line Filter Install the line filter approximately 3 cm from the connector.

  • Page 10: Connection To Pg-5j

    cONNEcTION TO PG-5J When using the RC-D70 with a transceiver other than the TM-V7, attach the RC-D70 to the transceiver using the PG-5J (option). DATA terminal Transceiver Line filter 6 pin mini-DIN cable Panel jack dATA terminal pin (PG-5J) To 3.8 V DC power supply or 2 V vehicle battery Black (—) cable...

  • Page 11: Mobile Installation

    If the fuse blows, determine the cause, then correct the problem. After the problem is resolved, replace the fuse. If newly installed fuses continue to blow, disconnect the power cable and contact your authorized Kenwood dealer or an authorized Kenwood service center for assistance.

  • Page 12: Getting Acquainted

    OPERATION PANEl (FRONT) <RC-D710 + TM-V71> n IN NORMAlMODE q CALL Press [CALL] to select the Call channel. Press [CALL] (1s) to start Call scan. w VFO Press [VFO] to enter VFO mode , then rotate the Tuning control to select an operating frequency. Press [VFO] (1s) to start VFO scan. e MR Press [MR] to enter Memory Channel mode, then rotate the Tuning control to select a Memory channel. Press [MR] (1s) to start Memory scan. r Tuning Control Rotate to select an operating frequency or Memory channel, change the scan direction, etc. Press the Tuning control to enter MHz mode (while in VFO or Call mode) or to toggle the display between the channel name and frequency (while in Memory Channel mode). Press Tuning control (1s) to start MHz scan or Group scan. t KEY Press [KEY] to turn the APRS key function ON and OFF. Note: For APRS key functions, refer to the APRS explanation. y F Press [F] to enter Function mode.

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    u TONE Press [TONE] to turn the Tone function ON. Each time you press [TONE] to toggle the functions as follows: Tone ON >> CTCSS ON >> DCS ON >> OFF. i REV Press [REV] to turn the Reverse function ON or OFF. Press [REV] (1s) to turn the Automatic Simplex Checker ON. o LOW Press [LOW] to toggle the transmit output power as follows: High Power (with TM-V1(A/E) K, E types only) –> Middle Power –> Low Power. !0 PF1 Press [PF1] to activate its programmable function. !1 PF2 Press [PF2] to activate its programmable function. !2 BAND SEL (VOL) Control Rotate the [BAND SEL] control to adjust the speaker volume. Press the left [BAND SEL] to select the A band. Press the right [BAND SEL] to select the B band. Press [BAND SEL] (1s) to toggle between single and dual-band mode. !3 SQL Control Rotate the [SQL] control to adjust the squelch level. Clockwise opens the squelch and counterclockwise tightens the squelch.

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    n IN FUNCTION MODE q C.IN Press [C.IN] to store the current operating frequency to the Call channel. w M>V Press [M>V] to copy the current Memory channel or Call channel to the VFO (memory shift). e M.IN Select a Memory channel, then press [M.IN] to store the current operating frequency in the Memory channel. r Tuning Control Press the Tuning control to enter Menu mode. t F OFF Press [F OFF] to return Normal mode. y T.SEL While Tone, CTCSS, or DCS is ON, press [T.SEL] to enter CTCSS or DCS setup mode. u SHIFT Press [SHIFT] to enter Offset Direction selection mode. Each time you press [SHIFT], the offset direction toggles as follows: plus (+) direction –> minus (–) direction –> –. MHz (with TM-V1(E) E type only) –> OFF. i MUTE Press [MUTE] to turn the Mute function ON or OFF. o VISUAL Press [VISUAL] to turn the Visual Scan function ON and OFF.

  • Page 15: Operation Panel (rear & Left)

    !1 SQL Control Rotate the [SQL] control to adjust the squelch level. Clockwise opens the squelch and counterclockwise tightens the squelch. !2 DX Press [DX] to turn the DX PacketClusters Monitor ON and OFF. !3 P.IN Press [P.IN] to enter PM Channel registration mode. !4 Press [ ] to turn the transceiver power ON and OFF. OPERATION PANEl (REAR & lEFT) q GPS Connect the GPS receiver or the Weather Station to this jack with using supplied cable with a 2.5 mm (1/10") 3-conductor plug. w COM This terminal is for connecting to a PC. Use a PG-5G (option) cable when connecting the built-in TNC to a computer D-SUB terminal. e Panel jack Connect the TM-V1 or PG-5J to this jack using the supplied Modular plug cable.

  • Page 16: Display

    DIsPlAy <RC-D710 + TM-V71> <A Band> Indicator Clock display (Setting Time: Menu 525) Appears when there is a transmission band available. Blinks when the cross-band repeater is ON (with TM-V1(A) K type only). Appears when there is an operation band available. Blinks when the wireless remote control is ON (with TM- V1(A) K type only). Appears when the Tone function is ON. Appears when the CTCSS function is ON. Appears when the DCS function is ON. Appears when the Shift function is set to plus. Appears when the Shift function is set to minus. Appears when the Reverse function is ON. Appears when the ASC function is ON. Blinks when the ASC function is performing an OK check. Appears while in AM mode. Appears while in FM mode. Appears while in Narrow FM mode. Appears when the selected channel is registered while in Memory Input mode. <B Band> Description...

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    Indicator Description Displays the Memory channel and Menu number. Appears when the Memory Channel Lockout function is ON. Appears while using High output power. Blinks when the temperature protection circuit (transmit power save) turns on. ( with TM-V1(A/E) K, E types only) Appears while using Middle output power. Blinks when the temperature protection circuit (transmit power save) turns on. Appears while using Low output power. Displays the operating frequency. Appears when receiving a busy signal. Performs as an S meter when receiving a signal and displays the selected power level while transmitting. Appears while transmitting. Appears while using the External data band. Appears while using the Internal data band. Appears when the data terminal is set as 00 (bps). Appears when mute function is ON. Appears while making a continuous recording. Appears while in EchoLink Sysop mode. Appears when the Key Lock function is ON. Displays the PM channel number. Appears when Weather Alert is ON. Blinks when receiving a signal. (with TM-V1(A) K type only)

  • Page 18: Operation Panel (front)

    OPERATION PANEl (FRONT) <RC-D710 + PG-5J> n IN NORMAlMODE q Tuning Control Press [F], then press the Tuning control to enter Menu mode. w F Press [F] to enter Function mode. e TNC Each time you press [TNC], the mode toggles between APRS (or NAVITRA) mode ON and PACKET mode ON. • When “OPENING TNC” appears on the display, the mode cannot be changed. r PM Press [PM] to enters the PM (Programmable Memory) channel selection mode. Press [ ] to turn the RC-D10 power ON and OFF. Note: For [MSG], [LIST], [BCON], [POS], and [P.MON] keys, refer to the APRS explanation.

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    n IN FUNCTION MODE q Tuning Control Press the Tuning control to enter Menu mode. w F OFF Press [F OFF] to return Normal mode. e DX Press [DX] to turn the DX PacketClusters Monitor ON and OFF. r P.IN Press [P.IN] to enter PM Channel registration mode. Press [ ] to turn the RC-D10 power ON and OFF. Note: For [WXi] key, refer to the APRS explanation.

  • Page 20: Basic Operations (rc-d710 + Tm-v71)

    BASIC OPERATIONS (RC-D710 + TM-V71) SwITChINg ThE POwER ON/ OFF Press the [ ] switch to switch the transceiver ON. Press the [ ] switch again to switch the transceiver OFF. ADjuSTINg ThE VOluME Rotate the [BAND SEL] (VOL) control of your selected band clockwise to increase the volume and counterclockwise to decrease the volume.

  • Page 21: Selecting A Band

    SElECTINg A BAND Press the left [BAND SEL] control to select band A and the right [BAND SEL] control to select band B. • The icon appears at the top of the band on which you are operating and the icon appears at the top of the band on which you are currently set to transmit.

  • Page 22: Selecting Dual Band Mode/ Single Band Mode

    Pressing [PF2] allows you to switch the operating band between bands A and B, while maintaining the original band as the transmit band. Band A is the transmit band and band B is the operating band: Band A is both the transmit and operating band: SElECTINg DuAl BAND MODE/ SINglE BAND MODE You can switch the transceiver between dual band operation and single band operation by pressing [BAND SEL] (1s) of your selected band.

  • Page 23: Selecting A Frequency Band

    Single band mode (band A only): Note: You can also turn the center partition bar display off {Menu No. 527}. SElECTINg A FREQuENCy BAND You can change the default frequency bands for bands A and B. 1 Select band A or B by pressing the [BAND SEL] control or [PF2]. 2 Press [F], [BAND SEL] of your selected band.

  • Page 24: Selecting An Operating Mode

    SElECTINg AN OPERATINg MODE There are 3 operating modes available to choose from: VFO mode, Memory Channel mode, and Call Channel mode. ■ VFO Mode VFO mode allows you to manually change the operating frequency. 1 Press [VFO] to enter VFO mode. 2 Rotate the Tuning control to select your desired operating frequency.

  • Page 25: Transmitting

    ■ Call Channel Mode Call Channel mode allows you to quickly select a preset channel to allow immediate calls on that frequency. The Call channel can be conveniently used as an emergency channel within your group. 1 Select your desired band (A or B). 2 Press [CALL] to enter Call Channel mode.

  • Page 26: Menu Mode

    Many functions on this RC-D710 are selected or configured through the Menu instead of physical controls. Once you become familiar with the Menu system, you will appreciate the versatility it offers. MENU AccEss 1 Press [F], Tuning control to access the Menu. •...

  • Page 27: Menu Configuration

    MENU cONfigUrAtiON Menu Display KEY BEEP BEEP VOLUME EXT.SPEAKER ANNOUNCE ANNOUNCE LANGUAGE ANNOUNCE VOLUME ANNOUNCE SPEED PLAYBACK REPEAT PLAYBACK INTERVAL CONTINUOUS RECORDING Menu Display KEY BEEP BEEP VOLUME AUDIO <RC-D710 + TM-V71> Description Beep sound Beep volume level External speaker output mode Voice announcement mode Voice announcement...

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    Menu Display PROGRAMMABLE STEP MODULATION VHF AIP UHF AIP S-METER SQUELCH S-METER SQL HANGUP TIME MUTE HANGUP TIME BEAT SHIFT WEATHER ALERT Menu Display MEMORY NAME RECALL METHOD LOCKOUT GROUP LINK EchoLink MEMORY EchoLink SPEED TX/RX <RC-D710 + TM-V71> Description Programmable VFO setup Step frequency Modulation/demodulation...

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    Menu Display DTMF HOLD DTMF MEMORY DTMF SPEED DTMF PAUSE DTMF KEY LOCK REPEATER <RC-D710 + TM-V71> Menu Display OFFSET FREQUENCY Offset frequency AUTO REPEATER OFFSET 1750 TX HOLD REPEATER MODE REPEATER TX HOLD REPEATER ID REPEATER ID TX DTMF <RC-D710 + TM-V71> Description DTMF transmission hold DTMF memory...

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    Menu Display POWER ON MESSAGE BRIGHTNESS AUTO BRIGHTNESS BACKLIGHT COLOR CONTRAST DISPLAY REVERSE MODE PANEL PF1 PANEL PF2 MIC PF1(PF) MIC PF2(MR) MIC PF3(VFO) MIC PF4(CALL) MIC KEY LOCK SCAN RESUME VISUAL SCAN AUX <RC-D710 + TM-V71> Description Power on message setup Display brightness Display auto brightness Backlight color...

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    Menu Display EXT. DATA BAND EXT. DATA SPEED PC PORT BAUDRATE SQC SOURCE AUTO PM STORE REMOTE ID REMOTE ANSWER BACK DATE TIME TIME ZONE DISPLAY PARTITION BAR COM PORT BAUDRATE INT. DATA BAND (PACKET) AUX <RC-D710 + TM-V71> Description External TNC data band type External TNC data...

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    Menu Display POWER ON MESSAGE BRIGHTNESS AUTO BRIGHTNESS BACKLIGHT COLOR CONTRAST DISPLAY REVERSE MODE AUTO PM STORE DATE TIME TIME ZONE COM PORT BAUDRATE AUX <RC-D710 + PG-5J> Description Power on message setup Display brightness Display auto brightness Backlight color Display contrast Display reverse mode Automatic PM entry...

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    *RC-D710 + PG-5J 100/ 150/ 200/ 300/ 400/ 500/ 200 ms 750/ 1000 ms 2400/ 4800/ 4800 bps 9600 bps OFF/ GPS/ WEATHER(Da vis)/ WEATHER (PeetBros) OFF/ WAYPOINT/ DGPS NMEA/ MAGELLAN/ NMEA KENWOOD 6-CHAR ~ 9- 6-CHAR CHAR ALL/ LOCAL/ FILTERED...

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    Off Duty explanation − explanation OFF/ 1/1 ~ 1/8 explanation WHEATHER/ DIGI/ MOBILE/ OBJECT/ Checked all NAVITRA/ OTHERS explanation (KENWOOD icon) MANUAL/ PTT/ MANUAL AUTO 0.2/ 0.5/ 1/ 3/ 5/ 3 min 10/ 20/ 30 min OFF/ ON OFF/ ON...

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    Menu Display TYPE NETWORK VOICE ALERT CTCSS FREQUENCY TX INTERVAL DIGIPEAT TIME UIDIGI ALIASES UIFLOOD ALIASES SUBSTITUTION UITRACE ALIASES USER PHRASES REPLY TEXT REPLY TO APRS Description PACKET PATH Packet path type NETWORK Network VOICE ALERT *RC-D710 + TM-V71 Voice alert CTCSS frequency WEATHER STATION Weather TX...

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    Menu Display MESSAGE RX BEEP SPECIAL CALL APRS VOICE *RC-D710 + TM-V71 DISPLAY AREA AUTO BRIGHTNESS CHANGE COLOR SPEED, DISTANCE ALTITUDE, RAIN TEMPERATURE POSITION GRID FORMAT GROUP MODE GROUP CODE APRS Description GROUP FILTERING Message group BLN group SOUND RX Beep Special call APRS voice INTERRUPT DISPLAY...

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    Menu Display MESSAGE Menu Display COMMANDER CALLSIGN TRANSPORTER CALLSIGN TONE FREQUENCY SKY COMMAND Menu Display POWER ON PASSWORD RESET Menu Display RESET Available only when the optional VGS-1 unit is installed in the TM-V71(A/E). Available only for TM-V71(A) K type models. Available only for TM-V71(A/E) K and E types models.

  • Page 38: Character Entry

    chArActEr ENtry Certain menus require you to enter characters, such as the power on message and memory names. When character entry is required, a cursor will appear on the display. 1 Press the Tuning control. • The cursor will blink. 2 Rotate the Tuning control to select your desired character.

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    n Microphone Keypad character Entry (with tM-V71) The microphone keys can also be used to enter characters. Refer to the table below for characters corresponding to microphone keys. Character Display (with each press of the key) For a memory name, status text, and message: Character Display (with each press of the key) (space) &...

  • Page 40: Maintenance

    Don’t return accessory items unless you feel they are directly related to the service problem. You may return this product for service to the authorized Kenwood dealer from whom you purchased it, or any authorized Kenwood service center. Please do not send subassemblies or printed circuit boards;...

  • Page 41: Specifications

    Dimensions (W x H x D) With projections Weight (approx.) To download the MCP-2A software, go to: http://www.kenwood.com/i/products/info/amateur/software_download.html Note: This URL may change without notice. SPECIFICATIONS 10 V DC (9 ~ 11 V DC) <Negative ground> Less than 450 mA –20°C ~ +60°C (–4°F ~ +140°F)

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