HOSMART HY-810A 6-Channel Wireless Intercom Phau Ntawv Qhia
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To make a call, select the channel you want to communicate with and press NCALL”.
Press and hold “TALK” when speaking. Release ”TALK” to listen for a response. The indicator becomes OFF, the voice information Is be sent out.
Pressing NMONITOR” puts the unit in monitor mode, and
the unit will be monitored by other units, that have been setto the same code and channel, for24hours. Press any key to exit monitor mode.
Nolt: Monitor Function – For continuous talk or room monitoring which can last up to 24 hours. GROUP (Group-Call Function)
Press and hold “GROUP” to talk to all inter toms simultaneously, even the device indifferent channel code.
1-6 channel number
Set the channel for each intercom. The default channel is #1. Set the channel by pressing and holding one of the channel buttons(1-6) for 3 seconds, until you hear the Beep and the channel button lights. Set channels on additional intercoms using the same steps. Intercoms may be set to the same or different channel numbers depending on intended use. Hosmart was founded In 2012 by a former group of Motorola engineers and designers. Now fast forward a few years and we are now the industries leader in home intercom and security products. Our vision is to become the world leader in home intercom products and solutions. We design as well as engineer intelligent home intercom systems. We want to be your homes solution. Our company philosophy is to focus our efforts and energy based on our client’s wishes. We are confident that you will enjoy and be satisfied with our products. Any damage or malfunction of Hosmart product is 100% guaranteed to be replaced.
The intercom has a range of 1/2 mile with a built•in antenna and is able to simultaneously function multiple conversation using a secure digital radio link. The intercom is a half duplex TDD FM transceiver that it can only work alternately in the transmitting or receiving state.
Volume Adjustment (VOL+/VOL-)
Press nvoL-” or •vol +n to decrease or increase the volume level. A tone will sound when you have reached the maximum or minimum limit.
Please set different channel for different devices by following steps : 1). Use the AC adapter to plug the intercom into a power outlet. 2). Set the channel for each intercom. The default channel is #1. Set the channel by pressing and holding one of the channel buttons(1-6) for 3 seconds, until you hear the Beep and the channel button lights. Set channels on additional intercoms using the same steps. Intercoms may be set to the same or different channel numbers depending on intended use. 3). Please keep digital code consistent in setting channels, for example: all equipment uses code A, and please record the channel code of each office/room, to enable you to rapidly and accurately call others.
MIC The best speaking distance is 30-40cm away from the hole of MIC.
DIGITAL CODE(A/B/C) It can reduce external interference by changing different digital code. Note: CODE key is on the back of device and beside power port. 2
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You may add additional stations to the system as long as they transmit on the same frequency.
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A device will emit a series of rings when receiving a call from another device. Press and hold the TALK button to answer the call, and speak 30-40cm toward the MIC in a normal voice. The red LED indicates that Talk mode is active. Release the TALK button to listen for a reply. All devices set to the same channel will receive the transmission.
Select the desired channel by pressing and releasing a channel button, then press CALL. This will ring all devices set to that channel. Continue the conversation as described in “Receive a call”.
- You will not be able to hear a transmission from another device while you are pressing the TALK button.
- When talk ends, the channel of calling unit automatically change to the originally set channel after 1 minute.
\The following will help you maintain your wireless intercom for years to come.
- Keep stations from getting wet. It is not waterproof
- Keep stations in a control environment. No extreme temperatures.
- Handle the stations with care. No dropping, throwing or roughness.
- Keep stations clean from dust and dirt for this can damage the circuit board.
- Do not use chemicals or cleaning solvent. Simple use a damp daim ntaub los ntxuav qhov chaw nres tsheb.
- Hloov kho lossis tampering with the stations internal components can cause it to malfuction as well as null or your warranty.
- If your product is not working as advertised, please contact us with e-mail for assistance.
FCC KOJ XAV MUAB RAU KOJ PAUB
Koj lub intercom tuaj yeem ua rau TV lossis xov tooj cua cuam tshuam. Kom paub tseeb tias tua koj lub intercom thiab xyuas koj lub TV lossis xov tooj cua ntawm nws qhov kev ua tau zoo. Yog tias tseem tau txais kev cuam tshuam, so kom paub tseeb tias nws tsis yog koj tus intercom. Koj tuaj yeem sim tshem tawm kev cuam tshuam los ntawm:
* Moving your stations further away from the receiver
* Moving your stations further away from your TV or radio. If these options do not solve your problem the FCC requires you to stop using your intercom. Change or modifications not approved by the party responsible for compliance coud void the user authority to operate the equipment.
UNNECESSARY WHITE NOISE FROM NEAR BY DEVICES:(CTCSS)
A/B/C Code: If receving unnecessary noise on setting A or C code. You may switch your intercom system (all unites) setting to B or C code.
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FCC ID: 2AX0E-HY810A
Power: DC 5V 1000 mA Input: 100-240V Output: 5V This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
Cov lus qhia tshwj xeeb rau Cov Tsev Kawm Ntawv Tus Kheej tuaj yeem sib txawv. Cov lus qhia tshwj xeeb yuav raug hloov thiab txhim kho yam tsis muaj ntawv ceeb toom.
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: — Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. — Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. — Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. — Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Cov cuab yeej siv no ua raws li ntu 15 ntawm FCC Cov Cai. Kev ua haujlwm yog raug rau ob qho xwm txheej nram qab no: (1) Cov cuab yeej no yuav tsis ua rau muaj kev cuam tshuam tsis zoo, thiab (2) cov cuab yeej no yuav tsum lees txais txhua yam kev cuam tshuam uas tau txais, suav nrog kev cuam tshuam uas yuav ua rau kev ua haujlwm tsis tsim nyog.
Kev hloov pauv lossis hloov kho tsis tau pom zoo los ntawm tog neeg ua haujlwm rau kev ua raws li yuav ua rau tus neeg siv muaj cai los ua haujlwm cov cuab yeej.
— This radio is designed for and classified as *General population/uncontrolled Use
— DO NOT operate the radio without a proper antenna attached, as this may damage the radio and may also cause you to exceed RF exposure limits. A proper antenna is the antenna supplied with this radio by the manufacturer or an antenna specifically authorized by the manufacturer for use with this radio, and the antenna gain shall not exceed 2dBi by the manufacturer declared.
— DO NOT transmit for more than 50% of total radio use time, more than 50% of the time can cause RF exposure compliance requirements to be exceeded.
— During operation, the separation distance between user and the antenna shall be at least 20cm, this separation distance will ensure that there is sufficient distance from a properly installed externally-mounted antenna to satisfy the RF exposure requirements
— During transmissions, your radio generates RF energy that can possibly cause interference with other devices or systems. To avoid such interference, turn off the radio in areas where signs are posted to do so. DO
TSIS operate the transmitter in areas that are sensitive to !electromagnetic radiation such as hasp :als, aircraft, and blasting sites.
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