TM-9 POC Mobile Radio
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Instructions before use:
- Do not use the mobile radio or charge the battery in the explosive environments (such as gas, dust, steam, etc);
- Please turn off the mobile radio while refueling or stopping at the gas station;
- Do not refit or adjust the mobile radio for any reason;
- Do not expose the mobile radio to sunlight directly for a long time or place it near the heating appliances;
- Do not place mobile radio in extremely dusty, moist, water-splashing places or uneven surfaces.
- Do not disassemble by yourself, maintenance can only be carried out by professional technicians.
Security: Please Please read the above contents carefully. It is very important for users to have an understanding of the general dangers of using mobile radios.
Starting voltage :
|Cars||Abnormal voltage||Normal voltage
|12V cars||<11.6V or >14.8V||11.6V-12.8V||11.6V-14.8V|
|24V cars||<23.2V or >272V||23.2V-25.6V||23.2V-27.2V|
This guide is just for reference only and does not constitute any form of commitment.
|1||Indicator Light||Utilize indicator light color and number of flashes to transmit the corresponding signals|
|2||SOS Button||Emergency call button, long press 2S, SOS alarm bell rings|
|3||Aviation Interface||Support speaker microphone, PTT device|
|4||Power / Volume Knob||Rotate clockwise to boot the radio and increase the volume, anticlockwise to decrease the volume and turn off the radio|
|5||Front MIC||In front of the radio|
|6||OK button||Confirm Button|
|7||P1||Click to jump to the group selection interface|
|8||P2||Click on the intercom APP interface to jump to the contact interface; on the non-intercom APP interface P2 is only used as the up key|
|9||P3||Click on the intercom APP interface to jump to the playback interface; on the non-intercom APP interface P3 is only used as the down key|
|10||4.0 Inches LCD Screen||4″OLED 360*640*RGE|
|11||Menu||Enter the menu|
|12||Home||Return to the main interface|
|13||Return/Exit||Return to previous function list or exit|
|14||GPS Interface||Transmit the location data|
|15||GSM Antenna Interface||Transmit 4G signals|
|16||Aviation Power Interface 12- 24V||Support 12-24V power|
|17||3.5mm Audio Interface||Connecting audio input equipment to transmit analog audio signals and amplifier’ s dual-channel stereo signals|
|18||USB Interface||upgrade, download, turn on the radio when connecting the power cable|
|19||DB25 Interface||Connect DB25 interface devices|
|20||SIM-TF Card||SIM card and TF card slots|
- Insert SIM card and TF card, close the SIM card cover and tighten the screws.
- Rotate clockwise until the screws are tightened.
- Insert DB25 interface
- Plug-in GPS antenna and GSM antenna
- Insert microphone interface
First boot: Make sure the power cable is plugged in, rotate the boot knob until the screen turns on.
|Band||EU Version||FDD: B1/3/7/8/20/28|
|WCDMA A: B1/8|
|US Version||FDD: B2/4/5/7/12/17/66 TDD: B38|
|BT/BLE: 2402-2480MHz, 2.4G Wi-Fi: 2412-2472|
Long press the blank space of the home screen to a personalized settings interface, where you can set up wallpaper, add widgets, etc.
System Prompt Bar
To open the prompt bar: press the top of the screen, drag down the pop-up box. The system prompt bar displays the default added applications, click on the “Edit” icon to view the icon list, drag the application icon to add or delete the application program.
Friendly reminder: You are not able to make a call when flight mode is opened. In addition, the system prompt column displays the current notifications of the system (like the unread text messages).
Long press the menu on the screen or widget icon to move or delete the corresponding icon. Friendly reminder: the default application menu cannot be deleted.
The factory settings can be restored by selecting “backup & reset” in the settings menu. Warning: restoring the factory settings will reset the radio to its initial factory status, which equals cleaning the system, application data, settings, and the downloaded applications.
Click to enter the message interface, it will display the list of the received message, you can edit, send, delete messages, etc.
Enter each setting menu to personalize the mobile radio.
” Wireless & networks”: SIM card data usage, More
“Device”: Display, Notifications, Sound, Apps, Storage, Memory
” Personal”: Location, Security, Accounts, Google, Language & input, Backup & reset “System’: Date & time, Accessibility, Printing, About phone (press the ” Build number” continuously to open the developer option).
Click to enter the contact list interface to add contacts, click the icon in the bottom right corner of the interface to add contacts.
Click to enter the phone interface, where you can make a phone call or view the calling records. Gallery Click to enter the gallery interface to view pictures and videos on the mobile radio.
Click to view the current location, real-time road conditions, bus routes, cycling routes, satellite images, terrain, and other information. It also supports navigation and location sharing.
Click to view the files and messages downloaded from the mobile radio.
After connecting network, click the icon to log in to a Google account and enter the play store interface. You can download a variety of applications in the Play store, including games, software, books, education, etc.
- Click to view the file information stored on the mobile radio.
- If inserting an SD card, you can view the file information in the SD card.
- Enter user account and password
Configure server IP address and click to log into ENRICO PTT platform.
1. Access to ENRICO PTT platform, choose a contact or group, and press microphone PPT to talk.
2. Release PTT to end the talk
3. Receive Message
Rotate the volume knob to adjust the sound
- Press SOS for 2 seconds to send an emergency call for help automatically
- Press the back key to exit INRICO PTT platform and return to the main interface
Before operating the device, please read and comply with the following precautions to ensure optimum performance and to avoid dangerous or illegal situations.
- Electronic equipment
Don’t use the device where it is prohibited, or it would interfere with other electronic devices or cause some unknown danger
- Flammable and explosive locations
Don’t use the device in gas stations or other places where store flammable and explosive materials or chemical reagents.
- Operating environment
Don’t use the device in dusty, wet, dirty, or magnetic areas, so as to avoid internal electrical faults. Don’t use the device on a rainy day which might cause the risk of equipment fault or thundershock. Don’t place the device in a place with direct sunlight for a long time. Please keep the device away from moisture and rain, or it might cause the danger of fire and electric shock. Don’t place the device near such heat or flame sources as electric heaters, microwave, oven, water heater, fire, and candles.
- Requirements of accessories
Don’t use an unapproved or incompatible power supply, battery, or charger, otherwise, it may result in a fire, explosion, or another hazard.
Only manufacturer-approved accessories are admissive for the device, and any accidental damage caused by unapproved accessories is excluded from the warranty of the device.
Care and Cleaning
- Do not lift up an antenna or an external microphone directly.
- Please use a lint-free cloth to remove dust and stains from the radio to avoid poor contact.
- Please place the cover on headphone jacks when not in use.
- The keypad and sensors should be cleaned carefully with a lint-free cloth moistened with clean water and a mild washing liquid. Do not use strong corrosive solvents for cleaning.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is conditions:
- This device may not cause harmful interference, and
- this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void The user’s authority to operate the equipment. 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 ocarina particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television 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.
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement:
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. This equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum distance of 20cm between the radiator & your body.
Documents / Resources
|Inrico TM-9 POC Mobile Radio [pdf] User Manual|
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