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Lenco PDR-046 Portable DAB+ FM Radio User Manual

Lenco PDR-046 Portable DAB+ FM Radio

CAUTION: Usage of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE

KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS IN MIND:

  1. Do not cover or block any ventilation openings. When placing the device on a shelf, leave 5 cm (2”) free space around the whole device.
  2. Install in accordance with the supplied user manual.
  3. Keep the device away from heat sources such as radiators, heaters, stoves, candles and other heat-generating products or naked flame. The device can only be used in moderate climates. Extremely cold or warm environments should be avoided. Working temperature between 0° and 35°C.
  4. Avoid using the device near strong magnetic fields.
  5. Electrostatic discharge can disturb normal usage of this device. If so, simply reset and restart the device following the instruction manual. During file transmission, please handle with care and operate in a static-free environment.
  6. Warning! Never insert an object into the product through the vents or openings. High voltage flows through the product and inserting an object can cause electric shock and/or short circuit internal parts. For the same reason, do not spill water or liquid on the product.
  7. Do not use in wet or moist areas such as bathrooms, steamy kitchens or near swimming pools.
  8. The device shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and make sure that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, are placed on or near the apparatus.
  9. Do not use this device when condensation may occur. When the unit is used in a warm wet room with damp, water droplets or condensation may occur inside the unit and the unit may not function properly; let the unit stand in power OFF for 1 or 2 hours before turning on the power: the unit should be dry before getting any power.
  10. Although this device is manufactured with the utmost care and checked several times before leaving the factory, it is still possible that problems may occur, as with all electrical appliances. If you notice smoke, an excessive build-up of heat or any other unexpected phenomena, you should disconnect the plug from the main power socket immediately.
  11. This device must operate on a power source as specified on the specification label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply used in your home, consult your dealer or local power company.
  12. Keep away from animals. Some animals enjoy biting on power cords.
  13. To clean the device, use a soft dry cloth. Do not use solvents or petrol based fluids. To remove severe stains, you may use a damp cloth with dilute detergent.
  14. The supplier is not responsible for damage or lost data caused by malfunction, misuse, modification of the device or battery replacement.
  15. Do not interrupt the connection when the device is formatting or transferring files. Otherwise, data may be corrupted or lost.
  16. If the unit has USB playback function, the USB memory stick should be plugged into the unit directly. Don’t use an USB extension cable because it can cause interference resulting in failing of data.
  17. The rating label has been marked on the bottom or back panel of the device.
  18. This device is not intended for use by people (including children) with physical, sensory or mental disabilities, or a lack of experience and knowledge, unless they’re under supervision or have received instructions about the correct use of the device by the person who is responsible for their safety.
  19. This product is intended for non professional use only and not for commercial or industrial use.
  20. Make sure the unit is adjusted to a stable position. Damage caused by using this product in an unstable position vibrations or shocks or by failure to follow any other warning or precaution contained within this user manual will not be covered by warranty.
  21. Never remove the casing of this device.
  22. Never place this device on other electrical equipment.
  23. Do not allow children access to plastic bags.
  24. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
  25. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the device has been damaged in any way, such as the power supply cord or the plug, when liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the device, when the device has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
  26. Long exposure to loud sounds from personal music players may lead to temporary or permanent hearing loss.
  27. If the product is delivered with power cable or AC power adaptor:
    • If any trouble occur, disconnect the AC power cord and refer servicing to qualified personnel.
    • Don’t step on or pinch the power adaptor. Be very careful, particularly near the plugs and the cable’s exit point. Do not place heavy items on the power adaptor, which may damage it. Keep the entire device out of children’s reach! When playing with the power cable, they can seriously injure themselves.
    • Unplug this device during lightning storms or when unused for a long period.
    • The socket outlet must be installed near the equipment and must be easily accessible.
    • Do not overload ac outlets or extension cords. Overloading can cause fire or electric shock.
    • Devices with class 1 construction should be connected to a main socket outlet with a protective earthed connection.
    • Devices with class 2 construction do not require a earthed connection.
    • Always hold the plug when pulling it out of the main supply socket. Do not pull the power cord. This can cause a short circuit.
    • Do not use a damaged power cord or plug or a loose outlet. Doing so may result in fire or electric shock.
  28. If the product contains or is delivered with a remote control containing coin/cell batteries:
    Warning:
    • “Do not ingest battery, Chemical Burn Hazard” or equivalent working.
    • [The remote control supplied with] This product contains a coin/button cell battery. If the battery is swallowed, it can cause severe internal burns in just 2 hours and can lead to death.
    • Keep new and used batteries away from children.
    • If the battery compartment does not close securely, stop using the product and keep it away from children.
    • If you think batteries might have been swallowed or placed inside any part of the body, seek immediate medical attention.
  29. Caution about the use of Batteries:
    • Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
    • Battery cannot be subjected to high or low extreme temperatures, low air pressure at high altitude during use, storage or transportation.
    • Replacement of a battery with an incorrect type that can result in an explosion or the leakage of flammable liquid or gas.
    • Disposal of a battery into fire or a hot oven, or mechanically crushing or cutting of a battery, that can result in an explosion.
    • Leaving a battery in an extremely high temperature surrounding environment that can result in an explosion or that leakage of flammable liquid or gas.
    • A battery subjected to extremely low air pressure that may result in an explosion or the leakage of flammable liquid or gas.
    • Attention should be drawn to the environmental aspects of battery disposal.

INSTALLATION

  • Unpack all parts and remove protective material.
  • Do not connect the unit to the mains before checking the mains voltage and before all other connections have been made.

*Those instruction are related only to products using power cable or AC

power adaptors

Accessories

Device Overview

Top View

Item Description
01 DC IN DC 5V-2A, TYPE-C USB charging port
02 RESET Soft reset
03 AUX IN For audio input
04 Telescopic

Antenna

Improve DAB/FM reception
05 Start button When charger is connected: Longpress to switch on/off

In battery mode: Shortpress to switch on, longpress to switch off.

When the clock alarm sounds, pressing this button will turn off the alarm.

06 Mode Switch between FM radio, DAB radio, Bluetooth

& AUX in mode

07 Volume – Short press to reduce volume at one level.

Long press to fast reduce volume

08 Volume + Short press to increase volume at one level.

Long press to fast increase volume

09 1 In DAB/FM mode:

Long press to directly store to Preset 1, 2, 3, 4 or

5

Short press to directly access Preset 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5

2
3
4
5
10 PRESET/MEM In DAB/FM mode: Short press to Preset Recall.

Long press to store a preset.

11 MENU/ INFO In DAB/FM mode: Short press change screen display information. Long press enter settings menu.

In menu page: short press Menu/info to go back to previous menu page/option.

Long press to exit the menu/option.

12 SCAN/OK Confirms the current setting/selection.

In DAB/FM mode: Long press to starts ATS/AMS. shortpress to change displayed tile view of current station (when available)

In BT/Auxiliary Input mode: Long press to start BT

pairing mode.

Play/Pause music

13 Short press to next of the menu/option/song Long press to fast forward the

menu/option/song.

14 Short press to previous the menu/option/song Long press to fast Previous the

menu/option/song.

15 ALARM Set Alarm/Activate alarm
16 SNOOZE Snooze function
17 Display Color display
18 Left Loud

Speaker

19 Right Loud

Speaker

Adjusting/Fixing the Telescopic antenna (metal antenna)
The number and quality of broadcast stations depends on the receptionconditions at the location of the device as well as the radio antenna. Optimum reception can be achieved with the telescopic antenna when itfixed and placed at the right position.

  • To improve the DAB/FM reception, extend the telescopic antenna to the full length and alter the position. (Figure 1)
  • When the reception is still not better after extending the antenna, move the radio to another position/room
  • Bad weather conditions may influence the reception

Charging the Battery

  1. The Lenco PDR 045/PDR 046 has a rechargeable lithium battery (not exchangeable). On first use, charge the battery for about 3.5~4 hours or until the battery icon on the display shows the battery full symbol.
  2. Recharge the battery every month to maintain the battery life, if the unit is not going to be used for a long time.
  3. How to charge the built in battery:
    1. Connect the supplied TYPE C USB charging cable to the “DC IN (01)”. Connect the other end of the cable to the supplied external 5V 1.5A USB Charger or use your Computer’s USB port.
      when charging, the battery symbol appear on the right corner, rolling until full charged.
    2. Disconnect the USB cable when charging is completed.

Power on the Lenco PDR 045/PDR 046 radio
Short press the “ (05)” button to power on. It will automatically go to your last used mode.

Power off/Standby the Lenco PDR 045/PDR 046
Press and hold the “ (05)” button for 3 seconds to power off the device when in battery mode (USB charging cable not connected) (When the USB charging cable is connected the device will go into standby mode and charges the internal battery)

Mode switching (BT/FM/DAB/AUX IN)
You can switch between BT/FM/DAB and AUX IN mode by short pressing “mode (06)” when the unit is powered on, and short pressing “SCAN/OK (12)” after switch the mode.

Select the information shown on LED display
When listening to a DAB radio station, FM radio station, you are streaming a track from your Bluetooth device or playback via external audio devices, you can change the information that is displayed on PDR-045/PDR-046’s display.

  • DAB Radio station
    When listening to a DAB radio station, short press “MENU/INFO (11)” to toggle the information displayed on PDR-045/PDR-046’s screen between “scrolling text” “signal strength” “programming type” “station name” “frequency” “signal error” “Bitrate” “Battery level” “Time” and “Data”
  • FM Radio station
    When listening to a FM radio station, short press “MENU/INFO (11)” to toggle the information displayed on PDR-045/PDR-046’s screen between “scrolling text” “PTY” “programming type” “station name” “Stereo/mono” “Battery level” “Time” and “Date”
  • Bluetooth
    When streaming a track from Bluetooth device to PDR-045/PDR-046, short press “MENU/INFO (11)” to toggle the information displayed on PDR-045/PDR-046’s screen between “Time” and “Date”
  • AUX IN
    When playback via external audio device, short press “MENU/INFO (11)” to toggle the information displayed on PDR-045/PDR-046’s screen between “Time” and “Date”

System Settings

When the Lenco PDR-045/PDR-046 is powered on, press and hold the “MENU/INFO (11)” button to enter the settings menu. (This works in BT, FM, DAB and AUX IN mode)
Within the settings menu, press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button repeatedly to select “system settings” in the menu on display, press “SCAN/OK (12)” after select “system settings”.
The selectable sub-menus of the system menu: <Sleep>, <Alarm>, <Equaliser>, <Time/Date>, <Backlight>, <Language>, <Factory Reset>, <Software upgrade> and <Software version>.

  1. Sleep setting and Turn off Sleep timer
  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select <sleep> in the menu, press “SCAN/OK (12)” enter sleep setting menu.
  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select the desired sleep time. You can select <15 minutes>, <30 minutes>, <45 minutes> <60 minutes>, <90 minutes>, or < Sleep Timer off>.
  • Press “SCAN/OK (12)” or wait few seconds for back to sub menu to activate the selected duration.
  • Press “MENU/INFO (11)” to return previous menu.

Note: when a sleep time is active, the remaining time digits will display on the bottom of LED display, and then it will start counting down every minute, e. g. 14, means this device will go into standby after 14 minutes. The time digits and battery symbol will appear alternatively on the top right corner of LED display.

Alarm setting

Important note: The alarm can not be used when Lenco PDR 045/PDR 046 is powered off.
This means that the alarm can only be used when the device is connected to an external power source, it will never work on the battery to avoid that the battery could be empty when you need to wake up.

You can set up two separate Alarms on this device, for the Alarm tone, you can select DAB radio, FM radio or Buzzer.

Setting the Alarm 1: 

  • Short press “ Alarm (15)” to set up the alarm, or you also can set the alarm under System settings>Alarm.
  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select <Alarm 1>, <Alarm 2>, short press “SCAN/OK (12)” after select.
    The selectable sub menus of the Alarm menu: <Alarm>, <Frequency>, <Wake Up time>, <Source>, <Duration>, <Volume >.
  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select <Alarm>, press “SCAN/OK (12)” for turn on or off the alarm,
  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select <Frequence>, set the alarm repeat, you can choose <Daily>, <Once>, <Weekends>, <weekdays> as you desired. Press “SCAN/OK (12)” after selected.
  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select <Date/Time> to set up the alarm time, press “SCAN/OK (12)” to go to set up the alarm date & time.
    Press or press and hold “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to set the Date, Month, Year, Hour & minutes, press “SCAN/OK (12)” after each setting
    Now you can set the source.
  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select <Source>, short press “SCAN/OK (12)” after select.
  • You can select Buzzer/Digital Radio/FM as Alarm tone by press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select which you desired and short press “SCAN/OK (12)” after select.
  • If you select “Digital Radio” or “FM” as alarm tone, you need to select the preset station <Preset1>, <Preset2>, <Preset3>, <Preset4>, <Preset5> or Last Listened as sound source,
  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select <Preset>, short press “SCAN/OK (12)” after select,
    Note: Presets have to be stored first before you can select a preset as sound source
  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select < duration> and the time 15, 30, 45, 60, 90 and 120 minutes, short press “SCAN/OK (12)” after each select, Now you can set the alarm volume level.
  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select <volume>, short press “SCAN/OK (12)” after select,
  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button repeatedly to adjust the volume level.

After alarm activate, you can see the time of alarm at the bottom of display.
You can repeat the above steps for setting Alarm 2.
When the alarm is triggered:
Press the “/MODE” button to stop the alarm.

Note: the Alarm can be set in on or standby mode.

Snooze

  • When the alarm is triggered, short press the “SNOOZE (16)” button to snooze the alarm
    To set the snooze time, short press the ” SNOOZE (16)” button for 5 minutes at a time (The overall snooze duration is 30 minutes).
  • The snooze time will count down at the bottom of the display.
  • Press the “/MODE” button to stop the alarm snooze.

Equaliser settings

  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select <Equaliser> in the menu, press “SCAN/OK (12)” enter equalizer setting menu.
  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select the desired Equaliser. You can select <Normal>, <Classic>, <Jazz> <Pop>, <Rock>, or < Speech>. Press “SCAN/OK (12)” after your selection.
  • Press “MENU/INFO (11)” to return previous menu.

Time/Date setting

First enter the system menu, Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select the <Time/Date> menu, Press “SCAN/OK (12)” after select.
Short press “Rotary button (07)” to go into the menu which selects.

 Set the Time/Date

  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)”button repeatedly to select <Set Time/Date> in the menu. Press “SCAN/OK (12)” to confirm the setting.
  • the date digits will flash on the display.

Press “ (13)” or “ (14)”button repeatedly to adjust the date, month, year, hours and minutes, Press “SCAN/OK (12)” after each adusted, “Time Saved” will be show after the date and time set.

Auto Update

  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)”button to select <Auto update> from the menu, Press “SCAN/OK (12)” to enter the auto update sub menu.
  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)”button to select auto update mode from the menu. You can select < from any>, <from Digital Radio>, <from FM> or <No update>, Press SCAN/OK (12)” to confirm the update mode setting.

Setting 12/24 Hour format

  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)”button to select <Set 12/24 hour> from the menu. Press ress SCAN/OK (12)” button to enter the time format sub menu.
  • “ (13)” or “ (14)”button to select the desired format (12 hour format/24 hour format) and Press SCAN/OK (12)” button to confirm the the selection.

Setting the date format

  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select the <Set date format> from the menu, Press SCAN/OK (12)” to enter the date format sub menu.
  • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select the desired format, it has 2 format for select, MM DD YYYY and DD MM YYYY, Press SCAN/OK (12)” button to confirm the selection.
  • If you do not want to save the settings, Press SCAN/OK (12)” button to confirm the the selection.
  • If you do not want to save the settings, press the “MENU/INFO (11)” button to cancel the settings.

Backlight

  1. After entering System settings menu Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select <Backlight> from the menu.
  2. Timeout
    • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select <Timeout> from the menu, Press SCAN/OK (12)” button to enter the Timeout sub menu.
    • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select duration from menu, you can select <10 sec>, <20 sec>, <30 sec>, <45 sec>, <60 sec>, <90 sec>, <120 sec>, <180 sec> and <on>, Press SCAN/OK (12)” button to confirm the duration time.
    • If you do not want to save the settings, press the “MENU/INFO (11)” button to cancel the settings.
  3. On Level
    • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select the <On level> from the menu. Press SCAN/OK (12)” button to enter the On level sub menu.
    • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select the On level from the menu. You can select <Medium>, <Low>, <High>, Press SCAN/OK (12)” button to confirm the On level setting.
    • If you do not want to save the settings, press the “MENU/INFO (11)” button to cancel the settings.
  4. DIM Level
    • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select the <On level> from the menu. Press SCAN/OK (12)” button to enter the On level sub menu.
    • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select the On level from the menu. You can select <Medium>, <Low>, <High>, Press SCAN/OK (12)” button to confirm the On level setting.
    • If you do not want to save the settings, press the “MENU/INFO (11)” button to cancel the settings.

Language

  1. After entering System settings menu, Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select <Language> from the menu. Press SCAN/OK (12)” button to enter the Language settings menu.
  2. Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select the language you want and Press SCAN/OK (12)” button to confirm the language settings
    ● If you do not want to save the settings, press the “MENU/INFO (11)” button to cancel the settings.

Factory Reset
In some circumstances the device needs to be reset to factory defaults
NOTE: All settings/presets will be lost when doing a factory reset.

  1. After entering the System settings mode, Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select <Factory Reset> from the menu, Press SCAN/OK (12)” button to enter sub menu
  2. Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select <Yes> or <No> and “MENU/INFO (11)” button to confirm the selection.
    • The screen will show “All settings will be restored to factory defacuts! Are you sure”, after select “Yes”, the device will reset and turn off.
    • If you do not want to save the settings, press the “MENU/INFO (11)” button to cancel the settings.

Software upgrade
NOTE: Software update can only be done if you have received an approved update file from our service department. Upgrade with other software files will make a Permanent damage to this apparatus.

SW version

  1. After entering the System settings menu, Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button <Software version> from the menu. “MENU/INFO (11)” button to display the Software version information.
  2. Press “MENU/INFO (11)” button to return to previous menu.

How do use FM Radio

  1. General functions
    1. Switching On and Off
      • Short press the “ (05)” button to power on the Lenco PDR 045/PDR 046. Then Press “MODE (6)” button to select FM mode. Press “SCAN/OK (12)” button to enter sub menu.
        Display shows: < name of a FM radio station >.
    2. Adjusting the volume
      1. Press “ (07)” or “ (08)” button to adjust the volume level.
        -Display shows the volume bar
      2. Speaker mute/resume volume
        1. In radio listening mode, short press the “SCAN/OK (12)” button to mute the speaker.
        2. Display shows: < Volume Muted > for ~2 seconds, and muted icon will show at the bottom of the display.
        3. Short press the “SCAN/OK (12)” button again to resume volume.
  2. General Setting
    In FM mode, Press and hold the “MENU/INFO (11)”button to open the FM Setting menu.
    1. Scan setting
      You can choose whether PDR 045/PDR 046 automatically store a scannable FM station or a scannable FM station with a strong signal when scanning for an FM station. To change the FM scan setting:
      • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select <scan setting> from the menu. Press the “SCAN/OK (12)” button to set the scanning options.
      • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select <strong stations only> or <All stations> from the menu, Press the “SCAN/OK (12)” button to confirm the selection.
        All stations: Choose this option to change the scan setting to automatically store all scannable FM stations.
        Strong Station: Choose this option to change the scan setting to automatically store scannable FM station with a strong signal.
    2. Audio setting
      You can choose between the “Stereo allowed” or “Forced Mono” reception setting when listening to FM radio. Mono may improve clarity where stereo signals are week. To change between stereo or Mono reception:
      • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select <audio setting> from the menu. Press the “SCAN/OK (12)” button to set the audio.
      • Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select <stereo allowed> or <Forced mono> from the menu, Press “SCAN/OK (12)” button to confirm the selection.

FM mode

Select FM mode

  • Short press the “ (5)” button to select FM mode.
  • Display shows: < Frequency and name of a FM radio station >.

Preset and Auto scanning
In FM mode, Press and hold the “SCAN/OK (12)” button to execute the auto scan function. Autoscan searches and stores all available radio stations. After the automatic station search, all available radio stations are stored in the program list, up to 30 stations can be saved.

Selecting Stored FM stations

  • Short press “PRESET (10)” button, then Press “ (13)” or “ (14)” button to select the station you like to listen. Press “SCAN/OK (12)” button to confirm the selection.
  • Or press “Number button (09)” to listen to the stored Station.

Tuning FM radio station
Tune the desired station from the station list (program list) step by step by short SCAN/OK (12)” button button repeatedly, each short press is 0. 05MHZ and short press the SCAN/OK (12)” button, to confirm the selection.

Troubleshooting

If a fault occurs, first check whether you can resolve the problem yourself. You might find this overview useful.

CAUTION! Risk of injury!
Opening the device can cause injuries.

Fault Possible cause/action
No function – If the device has been disrupted by a thunderstorm, a static charge or another external factor, follow this procedure to resolve the problem: Power off this device and power on it again 10 seconds later.
No sound –   The volume may be set too low or in mute mode.

–   In Bluetooth / AUX in mode: Set the volume of the external device to the maximum and then control the volume by using “   (07)” or “  (08)” button.

No/bad radio reception –   If necessary, select another location to improve the radio signal.

–   Adjust the telescopic antenna to optimize the radio reception.

No Bluetooth® connection –   Take care to ensure that all settings have been made correctly on all devices. The Bluetooth® function may be deactivated on the external device. (re) activate it, if necessary.

–   Check whether the device to be connected is switched on and is in search mode.

Device freezed (no reaction on buttons/screen) –  Take use a small paperclip and insert it carefully into the reset hole on the back until you feel a click. This will do a soft reset. (all presets and setting will remain).

Specification

Device: Portable Bluetooth DAB Radio
Unit Dimension 180 (L) *55mm (W) *68mm (H)
Unit Weight 407g
Display Type TFT color Display
Size 2.4inch
Bluetooth Specification V5.0
Supported Profile A2DP, AVRCP, HSP
Connection Distance In 10 meters (open area)
Power Class II
DAB Tuning Range Band III; 174.928MHz

– 239.2MHz

Preset Memory 30 stations
FM Tuning Range 87.5 – 108MHz
Stereo/Mono Selectable
Preset Memory 30 stations
Antenna telescopic type
Audio Output Power Output Power 2 x 3 W RMS
Freq. Responses 80Hz to 16, 000Hz
Power Source Input TYPE-C USB Port
PC’s USB port Power or DC 5V, 2A
Built-in-Battery Lithium-ion 3.7V 2500mAh
Operating Temperature 0-40°C

Guarantee

Lenco offers service and warranty in accordance to European law, which means that in case of repairs (both during and after the warranty period) you should contact your local dealer.
Important note: It is not possible to send products that need repairs to Lenco directly.
Important note: If this unit is opened or accessed by a non-official service center in any way, the warranty expires.
This device is not suitable for professional use. In case of professional use, all warranty obligations of the manufacturer will be voided.

Disclaimer 

Updates to Firmware and/or hardware components are made regularly. Therefore some of the instruction, specifications and pictures in this documentation may differ slightly from your particular situation. All items described in this guide for illustration purposes only and may not apply to particular situation. No legal right or entitlements may be obtained from the description made in this manual.

Disposal of the Old Device
This symbol indicates that the relevant electrical product or battery should not be disposed of as general household waste in Europe. To ensure the correct waste treatment of the product and battery, please dispose them in accordance to any applicable local laws of requirement for disposal of electrical equipment or batteries. In so doing, you will help to conserve natural resources and improve standards of environmental protection in treatment and disposal of electrical waste (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive).

CE Marking
Hereby, Commaxx B.V. Wiebachstraat 37, 6466 NG Kerkrade, The Netherlands, declares that this product is in compliance with the essential EU directive requirements. The declaration of conformity may be consulted via techdoc@commaxxgroup.com

Service

For more information and helpdesk support, please visit www.lenco.com Commaxx B.V. Wiebachstraat 37, 6466 NG Kerkrade, The Netherlands.

Documents / Resources

Lenco PDR-046 Portable DAB+ FM Radio [pdf] User Manual
PDR-045, PDR-046, Portable DAB FM Radio, PDR-046 Portable DAB FM Radio, DAB FM Radio, FM Radio, Radio

References

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