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ROLLTS RADIO S1 User Guide ROLLTS Inc. 1
ROLLTS RADIO S1 User Guide  ROLLTS Inc.  1

 

Contents 1. Checklist before using the device ............................................................................................................................. 6 1.1 Notice .................................................................................................................................................................. 6 1.2 Important safeguards................................................................................................................................... 9 1.3 Component .................................................................................................................................................... 12 1.4 Component names ..................................................................................................................................... 13 1.4.1 Radio ....................................................................................................................................................... 13 1.4.2 LCD........................................................................................................................................................... 13 1.5 1.6 2. Charge .............................................................................................................................................................. 14 Checking the battery life ......................................................................................................................... 16 Use ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 17 2.1 Turn on/off ..................................................................................................................................................... 17 2.1.1 Turn on ................................................................................................................................................... 17 2.1.2 Turn off................................................................................................................................................... 18 2.2 Volume up/down (10 notches) ............................................................................................................. 19 2.2.1 UP ............................................................................................................................................................. 19 2.2.2 DOWN .................................................................................................................................................... 19 2.3 Button lock ..................................................................................................................................................... 20 2.3.1 Enable Button Lock .......................................................................................................................... 20 2.3.2 Disable Button Lock ......................................................................................................................... 20 2.4 Earset connection ....................................................................................................................................... 21 2.4.1 Selecting an ear cap ........................................................................................................................ 21 2
Contents 1.  Checklist before using the device ..............................................................................
2.4.2 Connecting to the radio ................................................................................................................ 22 2.5 Using the speaker system ....................................................................................................................... 23 2.6 Select how to wear it ................................................................................................................................ 24 2.6.1 Clip ........................................................................................................................................................... 24 2.6.2 Necklace ................................................................................................................................................ 25 2.7 3. Communication ............................................................................................................................................ 26 Checklist for setting up the menu ......................................................................................................................... 27 3.1 Notice ............................................................................................................................................................... 27 3.1.1 Enter the menu .................................................................................................................................. 27 3.1.2 Move to a menu item ..................................................................................................................... 27 3.1.3 Set up the values .............................................................................................................................. 27 3.1.4 Move to a value (for numbers only) ........................................................................................ 27 3.1.5 Making a selection ........................................................................................................................... 27 3.1.6 Leave the menu ................................................................................................................................. 27 3.2 4. Menu items .................................................................................................................................................... 29 Menu setup in detail..................................................................................................................................................... 30 4.1 TALK MODE ................................................................................................................................................... 30 4.1.1 What is ‘TALK MODE’? .................................................................................................................... 30 4.1.2 ‘TALK MODE’ setup .......................................................................................................................... 32 4.2 CHANNEL........................................................................................................................................................ 33 4.2.1 4.2.2 4.3 What is a ‘CHANNEL’? .................................................................................................................... 33 ‘CHANNEL’ setup ............................................................................................................................... 33 GROUP ............................................................................................................................................................. 34 3
2.4.2  Connecting to the radio ..............................................................................................
4.3.1 What is a ‘GROUP’?.......................................................................................................................... 34 4.3.2 ‘GROUP’ setup .................................................................................................................................... 34 4.4 PTT/VOX .......................................................................................................................................................... 35 4.4.1 What is ‘PTT/VOX’? .......................................................................................................................... 35 4.4.2 ‘PTT/VOX’ setup ................................................................................................................................. 36 4.5 VOX LEVEL ...................................................................................................................................................... 37 4.5.1 What is the ‘VOX LEVEL’? .............................................................................................................. 37 4.5.2 ‘VOX LEVEL’ setup ............................................................................................................................. 37 4.6 EMERGENCY .................................................................................................................................................. 38 4.6.1 What is an ‘EMERGENCY CALL’? ................................................................................................ 38 4.6.2 How to make an ‘EMERGENCY CALL’ ...................................................................................... 38 4.6.3 ‘EMERGENCY’ setup ......................................................................................................................... 42 4.7 ENCRYPTION ................................................................................................................................................. 43 4.7.1 What is ‘ENCRYPTION’? ................................................................................................................. 43 4.7.2 ‘ENCRYPTION’ setup ........................................................................................................................ 43 4.8 SIDE TONE ...................................................................................................................................................... 44 4.8.1 What is the ‘SIDE TONE’? .............................................................................................................. 44 4.8.2 ‘SIDE TONE’ setup ............................................................................................................................. 44 4.9 MIKE GAIN ..................................................................................................................................................... 45 4.9.1 4.9.2 4.10 What is the ‘MIKE GAIN’? ............................................................................................................. 45 ‘MIKE GAIN’ setup ............................................................................................................................ 45 ROGER BEEP .................................................................................................................................................. 46 4.10.1 What is the ‘ROGER BEEP’? .......................................................................................................... 46 4
4.3.1  What is a    GROUP    ................................................................................................
4.10.2 4.11 ‘ROGER BEEP’ setup ......................................................................................................................... 46 RF POWER ...................................................................................................................................................... 47 4.11.1 4.11.2 4.12 What is the ‘RF POWER’? .............................................................................................................. 47 ‘RF POWER’ setup ............................................................................................................................. 47 FEC ..................................................................................................................................................................... 48 4.12.1 4.12.2 4.13 What is the ‘FEC’? ............................................................................................................................. 48 ‘FEC’ setup ............................................................................................................................................ 48 DEFAULT SET ................................................................................................................................................. 49 4.13.1 4.13.2 4.14 What is the ‘DEFAULT SET’? ......................................................................................................... 49 ‘DEFAULT SET’ setup ........................................................................................................................ 49 VERSION .......................................................................................................................................................... 50 4.14.1 4.14.2 4.15 What is the ‘VERSION’? .................................................................................................................. 50 Checking the ‘VERSION’ ................................................................................................................ 50 SERIAL NO. ..................................................................................................................................................... 51 4.15.1 4.15.2 5. What is the ‘SERIAL NO.’? ............................................................................................................. 51 Checking the ‘SERIAL NO.’ ............................................................................................................ 51 Other information .......................................................................................................................................................... 52 5.1 Connecting external devices .................................................................................................................. 52 5.2 Features and copyright ............................................................................................................................ 53 5.3 Checklist before reporting a problem ............................................................................................... 55 5.4 Warranty .......................................................................................................................................................... 57 5
4.10.2 4.11     ROGER BEEP    setup .........................................................................................
1. Checklist before using the device 1.1 Notice [Liability for illegal acts]  Anyone who uses this product for illegal purposes shall be liable and he or she shall be held responsible for all and any consequences. [FCC licensing information] The ROLLTS RADIO S1 two-way radio operates in the license-free 900 MHz band and is subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation of this device 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. Read this manual carefully and make sure you know how to properly operate the radio before use. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by ROLLTS may void the user’s authority granted by the FCC to operate this radio and should not be made. To comply with the FCC requirements, transmitter adjustments should be made only by or under the supervision of a person certified as technically qualified to perform transmitter maintenance and repairs. Replacement of any transmitter component (crystal, semiconductor, etc.) not authorized by the FCC equipment authorization for this radio could violate the FCC rules. NOTE: Use of this radio outside of the country where it was intended to be distributed is subject to government regulations and may be prohibited. Safety information for the ROLLTS RADIO S1 6
1. Checklist before using the device 1.1 Notice  Liability for illegal acts      Anyone who uses this product for illegal ...
Your wireless handheld portable transceiver contains a low-power transmitter. When the PTT button is pushed, it sends out radio frequency (RF) signals. The device is authorized to operate at a duty factor that should not exceed 50%. In August 1996, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted RF exposure guidelines with safety levels for handheld wireless devices. Important FCC RF Exposure Requirements: For body-worn operation, this radio has been tested and meets the FCC RF exposure guidelines when used with ROLLTS accessories supplied or designated for this product. Use of other accessories may not ensure compliance with the FCC RF exposure guidelines. Use only the supplied antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications or attachments could damage the transmitter and may violate FCC regulations. Normal Position Hold the transmitter approximately 2 inches (5 cm) from your face and speak in a normal voice, with the antenna pointed up and away. [Important notice]  This User Guide can be revised without any prior notice.  ROLLTS shall not be liable for any problems that might occur as the User Guide is being used.  ROLLTS shall not be liable for damage caused by toxic substances, accidents, natural disasters or defects caused by consumer failure while in use.  ROLLTS shall not be liable for any problems that might be caused by a third party as he or she uses the ROLLTS RADIO. 7
Your wireless handheld portable transceiver contains a low-power transmitter. When the PTT button is pushed, it sends out ...
 ROLLTS shall not be liable for any problems caused by consumer carelessness as he or she uses the ROLLTS RADIO.  Images in the User Guide might differ from the actual product.  Specifications can be changed to improve performance without any prior notice. 8
    ROLLTS shall not be liable for any problems caused by consumer carelessness as  he or she uses the ROLLTS RADIO.     I...
1.2 Important safeguards [Cautions when using]  Note the following when you use the product.  Even if your warranty is valid, you bear the cost for fixing a problem if it is found to be caused by you. Do not knock or drop the product. Any rough handling can damage it. Do not use the charger if the product has been hit or dropped in order to avoid any possible damage or electric shock. Do not put anything heavy on the product. It can damage it. Keep the product away from children. It can harm their safety or they can damage it. Do not use anything too sharp, like a pencil or a needle when you push a button. It can damage the product. Do not expose the product to excessive dirt or humidity. It can cause damage or electric shock. Clean the product on a regular basis to prevent it from being clogged with dirt. Otherwise, no cleaning can damage the performance or cause any malfunctions. Do not expose the product to water, alcohol or benzene. They can cause damage or electric shock. Do not spray insecticide or inflammables on the product. It can cause a malfunction or fire. Do not put the product nearby inflammables or have it touched by them. They can melt the product and cause an electric shock or fire. 9
1.2 Important safeguards  Cautions when using      Note the following when you use the product.     Even if your warranty ...
Do not expose the product to direct sunlight, high humidity or extreme hot or cold temperatures (including inside a car in summer). Such environments can damage the product. Do not put the product where an airbag has been located nearby. It can hurt someone when it is deployed. Do not charge or discharge the product in an explosive area or nearby it. Such environments can trigger a short-circuit, which can end up causing burns or death in some cases. After lowering the volume to the minimum, connect and wear the earset, then adjust the volume. High volume can cause hearing loss or heart attack. Higher volume can place more burden on your ears and thus damage your hearing quickly. Check the law about radio usage before driving and using the product. When you are on airplane, follow the safety rules and directions of the flight attendants. Do not try to dismantle or fix the product on your own. For any problem to be fixed, bring the product to a ROLLTS shop or customer service center. Do not attach unauthorized accessories to the product and then use it. They can damage the product or cause an accident. Do not tune to any other frequencies other than the allocated ones. It can be punishable by law. Do not use any other chargers other than the officially authorized one. Otherwise, they can damage it or cause an accident. Do not use the product for any purpose other than for communication. Otherwise, it can be punishable by law. Do not use the product with any medical equipment or other devices nearby. It can cause unwanted effects or unpleasant noises if you use a hearing aid. 10
Do not expose the product to direct sunlight, high humidity or extreme hot or cold temperatures  including inside a car in...
Do not use the product near electronics. Electronic waves from the radio can have adverse effects on others devices or cause them to malfunction. Communication quality may get worse when you communicate either on the move at a rapid pace or while charging the device. 11
Do not use the product near electronics. Electronic waves from the radio can have adverse effects on others devices or cau...
1.3 Component Radio Clip Earset Airtube 충전기 X 3 호출기 X 3 Necklace Charging cable 충전용 케이블 X 3 비상벨 X 5 Quick start guide (Length adjustable) 사용설명서 사용설명서 사용설명서 12
1.3 Component  Radio  Clip  Earset  Airtube            X 3           X 3  Necklace  Charging cable                      X ...
1.4 Component names 1.4.1 Radio 1.4.2 LCD 13
1.4 Component names 1.4.1 Radio  1.4.2 LCD  13
1.5 Charge  Charge the device before use.  Connect the charger to the micro USB port.  Only use the officially authorized charger.  The device begins to charge and you can check it by looking at the LED or LCD. Type LED LCD When charging is in Red Each one of three white progress, cells pops up over time. When charging is complete, Green Red means ‘in progress’ Full with three white cells. Green means ‘complete’ 14
1.5 Charge      Charge the device before use.       Connect the charger to the micro USB port.       Only use the official...
Icon means ‘in progress’ (a cell at a time) Icon means ‘complete’ 15
Icon means    in progress     a cell at a time   Icon means    complete     15
1.6 Checking the battery life full middle low empty If the battery goes below 20%, the icon flashes with a beep. Charge the device immediately if the icon starts to flash. The battery is consumable, so it is possible for it to diminish over time. If it is kept in too low or too high temperatures, its life span can be shortened dramatically. 16
1.6  Checking the battery life  full  middle  low  empty  If the battery goes below 20 , the icon flashes with a beep. Cha...
2. Use 2.1 Turn on/off 2.1.1 Turn on The power switch is on 1) As shown in the figure above, you can push the switch to turn the power on as the arrow indicates. 2) Once the power is on, the LED and LCD will turn on. 17
2.  Use  2.1 Turn on off 2.1.1 Turn on  The power switch is on 1  As shown in the figure above, you can push the switch to...
2.1.2 Turn off The power switch is off 1) As shown in the figure above, you can push the switch to turn the power off as the arrow indicates. 2) The power is off. 18
2.1.2 Turn off  The power switch is off  1  As shown in the figure above, you can push the switch to turn the power off as...
2.2 Volume up/down (10 notches) The lowest volume The highest volume 2.2.1 UP 1) The volume goes up by one notch as you push the 2) The longer you keep pushing the ‘UP’ button one time. ‘UP’ button, the faster the volume goes up. 2.2.2 DOWN 1) The volume goes down by one notch as you push the ‘DOWN’ button one time. 2) The longer you keep pushing the ‘DOWN’ button, the faster the volume goes down. 19
2.2 Volume up down  10 notches   The lowest volume  The highest volume  2.2.1 UP 1  The volume goes up by one notch as you...
2.3 Button lock The button lock feature disables all of the buttons, except for the power switch, in order to prevent any malfunctioning of the radio and any other inconveniences that may be caused by unintentionally pressing the buttons. 2.3.1 Enable Button Lock push the ‘UP’ button and the ‘DOWN’ button simultaneously for more than 2 seconds. The following icon appears on the screen, a beep is generated, and the button lock is enabled. If you push a button when the button lock is enabled, a beep is generated, the button lock icon appears on the screen, and the button will not operate. 2.3.2 Disable Button Lock While the button lock feature is enabled, push the ‘UP’ button and the ‘DOWN’ button simultaneously for more than 2 seconds. When the button lock feature is disabled, you can use all of the buttons. 20
2.3 Button lock The button lock feature disables all of the buttons, except for the power switch, in order to prevent any ...
2.4 Earset connection 2.4.1 Selecting an ear cap The earset is a component of the device and the ear cap is put on the earset. As shown in the figure below, the airtube can be used if necessary. If you switch between the ear cap and the airtube too often, it might cause the joint area to become loose. It would be better to stick to one of them. The ear cap and the airtube are the components of the earset. Be careful to not lose any of the components. 21
2.4 Earset connection 2.4.1 Selecting an ear cap  The earset is a component of the device and the ear cap is put on the ea...
2.4.2 Connecting to the radio Connect the earset to the Audio port in the radio. 22
2.4.2 Connecting to the radio  Connect the earset to the Audio port in the radio.  22
2.5 Using the speaker system Removing the earset from the radio makes the speaker produce sound. When the speaker is in use, the microphone and speaker do not work at the same time. In other words, the speaker does not produce sound while a voice message is being sent. When a voice message is received through the speaker and transmission starts, voice messages cannot be sent. 23
2.5 Using the speaker system  Removing the earset from the radio makes the speaker produce sound. When the speaker is in u...
2.6 Select how to wear it 2.6.1 Clip  How to put the clip onto the radio. Fit the clip into the fixing holder on the radio and then push the clip upwards until you hear a ‘click’ as the arrow indicates.  How to detach it Pull it as the arrow indicates below by lifting up the upper clip at the fixing holder in the radio. 24
2.6  Select how to wear it  2.6.1 Clip      How to put the clip onto the radio.  Fit the clip into the fixing holder on th...
2.6.2 Necklace  How to hook it onto the radio Hook the necklace into the necklace hole in the radio.  How to adjust the length The length is adjustable as shown in the figure below. 25
2.6.2 Necklace      How to hook it onto the radio  Hook the necklace into the necklace hole in the radio.       How to adj...
2.7 Communication  Transmit & receive ① ‘Transmit’ means to send your voice through the ROLLTS RADIO by pushing a button as configured or by recognizing your voice. ② ‘Receive’ means to have the ROLLTS RADIO receive someone’s voice that was sent from another radio.  To communicate (default setup) ① Talk to the device while pushing the ‘PTT’ button to send your voice to a person on the other radio. Stop pushing the button when you stop talking. ② The earset or the speaker enable you to hear what the other person says if there is a response. As above, the ROLLTS RADIO can make it possible to transmit and receive voice communication or to do those two at the same time. For more details about how to communicate, refer to ‘4. Menu setups in detail’. 26
2.7 Communication      Transmit   receive          Transmit    means to send your voice through the ROLLTS RADIO by pushin...
3. Checklist for setting up the menu 3.1 Notice  Follow the directions below to set up the menu. 3.1.1 Enter the menu Enter the menu by pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds. 3.1.2 Move to a menu item In the menu, move to an item from another item by pushing the ‘M’ or ‘E’ buttons. 3.1.3 Set up the values When a selected value flashes, adjust it by pushing the ‘UP’ or ‘DOWN’ buttons. 3.1.4 Move to a value (for numbers only) Push the ‘PTT’ button (Front) to move to the next value. The previously set value has been set and then the next number starts to flash. 3.1.5 Making a selection At a menu item that requires a selection between ‘Yes’ or ‘No’, push the ‘PTT’ button (front) to select the desired menu item. 3.1.6 Leave the menu 27
3. Checklist for setting up the menu 3.1 Notice      Follow the directions below to set up the menu.  3.1.1 Enter the menu...
Push the ’M’ button for more than 2 seconds to leave it. You will automatically leave the menu if you stay there for more than 10 seconds. Even if you leave the menu, the values remain set. For example, even if you set five digits out of fifteen total and then leave the menu, those five numbers will stay the same as you set them. 28
Push the     M    button for more than 2 seconds to leave it. You will automatically leave  the menu if you stay there for...
3.2 Menu items  The menu has 15 different items as listed below. No. Item 1 TALK MODE 2 CHANNEL 3 GROUP 4 PTT/VOX 5 VOX LEVEL 6 EMERGENCY 7 ENCRYPTION 8 SIDE TONE 9 MIKE GAIN 10 ROGER BEEP 11 RF POWER 12 FEC 13 DEFAULT SET 14 VERSION 15 SERIAL NO. The following information describes each item’s purpose and how to set it up. 29
3.2 Menu items     The menu has 15 different items as listed below.  No.  Item  1  TALK MODE  2  CHANNEL  3  GROUP  4  PTT...
4. Menu setup in detail 4.1 TALK MODE 4.1.1 What is ‘TALK MODE’? Every kind of communication is viable between devices whose ‘TALK MODE’ and ‘CHANNEL’ match each other. There are five features in ‘TALK MODE’: half-duplex, fullduplex, tri full-duplex, hi-fi half and hi-fi full. The following information describes the different features of each of the five. (‘Full-duplex’ is set as the default.)  Half-duplex How to communicate Communication range Not available for simultaneous ‘transmit’ & ‘receive’ Able to cover the longest functions. range of communication. Talking and listening available by taking turns. It works in the same way as other typical radios. Only one radio in the group is allowed to talk.  Full-duplex How to communicate Communication range Available for simultaneous ‘transmit’ & ‘receive’ functions. Able to cover mid-range Able to listen while talking. communication distance. Two radios in the group are allowed to talk at the same time. 30
4.  Menu setup in detail  4.1 TALK MODE 4.1.1 What is    TALK MODE     Every kind of communication is viable between devic...
 Tri full-duplex How to communicate Communication range Available for three-way simultaneous ‘transmit’ & ‘receive’ Able to cover the shortest functions. range of communication. Three radios in the group are allowed to talk at the same time. Hi-fi half and hi-fi full are high-quality voice modes that are best used for short-range communications.  Hi-fi half Using the same communication method as the half-duplex mode, this mode allows for high-quality voice communications. This mode is best used for short-range communications as its communication range is relatively short.  Hi-fi full Using the same communication method as the full-duplex mode, this mode allows for high-quality voice communications. This mode is best used for short-range communications as its communication range is relatively short. 31
     Tri full-duplex  How to communicate  Communication range  Available for three-way simultaneous    transmit         re...
4.1.2 ‘TALK MODE’ setup  Move to ‘01. TALK MODE’ by using the ‘M’ or ‘E’ buttons after pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds in the main screen.  If the value flashes, adjust it by using the  Once you are done with changing the ‘TALK MODE’, move to another menu item by using the ‘M‘ or ‘UP’ or ‘DOWN’ buttons. ‘E’ buttons or go back to the main screen by pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds. 32
4.1.2    TALK MODE    setup       Move to    01. TALK MODE    by using the     M    or     E    buttons after pushing the ...
4.2 CHANNEL 4.2.1 What is a ‘CHANNEL’? Every kind of communication is viable between devices with a ‘TALK MODE’ and ‘CHANNEL’ that match each other. Change the ‘CHANNEL’ to ensure that you talk with only your intended people. Just change the ‘CHANNEL’ if there is too much noise or you get the line crossed with another group. The ‘CHANNEL’ function has 50 channels that range from 01 to 50. (‘01’ is set as the default.) 4.2.2 ‘CHANNEL’ setup  Move to ‘02. CHANNEL’ by using the ‘M’ or ‘E’ buttons after pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds in the main screen.  If the first number flashes, adjust it by using the ‘UP’ or ‘DOWN’ buttons.  Move to the next number by pushing the ‘PTT’ button (Front).  If the number flashes, adjust it by using the ‘UP’ or ‘DOWN’ buttons.  Once you are done with changing the ‘CHANNEL’, move to another menu item by using the ‘M‘ or ‘E’ buttons or go back to the main screen by pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds. 33
4.2 CHANNEL 4.2.1 What is a    CHANNEL     Every kind of communication is viable between devices with a    TALK MODE    an...
4.3 GROUP 4.3.1 What is a ‘GROUP’? If the line is mixed up or the ‘CHANNEL’ is already taken by other people, set the ‘GROUP’. By doing so, communication becomes viable between devices whose ‘GROUP’ matches each other. The ‘GROUP’ function has 1,000 groups that range from 000 to 999. (‘000’ is set as the default.) ‘000’ as the default means to not use the ‘GROUP’ function. Tune the ‘GROUP’ to ‘000’ to not have ‘GROUP’ communication. 4.3.2 ‘GROUP’ setup  Move to ‘03. GROUP’ by using the ‘M’ or ‘E’ buttons after pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds in the main screen.  If the first number flashes, adjust it by using the ‘UP’ or ‘DOWN’ buttons.  Move to the next number by pushing the ‘PTT’ button (Front).  If the number flashes, adjust it by using the ‘UP’ or ‘DOWN’ buttons.  the Once you are done with changing the ‘GROUP’, move to another menu item by using ‘M‘ or ‘E’ buttons or go back to the main screen by pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds. ‘000’ as the default means to not use the ‘GROUP’ function, which means that there is no ‘GROUP’ to use. 34
4.3 GROUP 4.3.1 What is a    GROUP     If the line is mixed up or the    CHANNEL    is already taken by other people, set ...
4.4 PTT/VOX 4.4.1 What is ‘PTT/VOX’? There are two ways to send voice communication: ‘PTT’ and ‘VOX’. (‘PTT’ is set as the default.)  PTT Voice communication can be sent while pushing the PTT button. ① Push the ‘PTT’ ② Talk while holding the ‘PTT’ ③ Stop holding the button to send a voice button. This is when your voice ‘PTT’ button when you communication. message will be sent. want to stop sending your voice message. LCD display  VOX The radio will recognize your voice and then send it automatically. ‘VOX’ sends all of the voices that it recognizes. The process can be stopped by pushing the ‘PTT’ button for more than 2 seconds. (It means that ‘VOX’ is turned off.) ‘VOX’ will turn on again when you push the button for more than 2 seconds and then begin sending again. When ‘VOX’ is turned ② If ‘VOX’ is turned on, it can send ③ Push the ‘PTT’ button off, it can be turned a voice message automatically for more than 2 seconds on by pushing the without any extra controls. to stop sending and ‘PTT’ button for more then ‘VOX’ will be than 2 seconds turned off. LCD display If ‘VOX’ is turned on, the battery may be exhausted more quickly. 35
4.4 PTT VOX 4.4.1 What is    PTT VOX     There are two ways to send voice communication     PTT    and    VOX   .     PTT ...
4.4.2  ‘PTT/VOX’ setup Move to ‘04. PTT/VOX’ by using the ‘M’ or ‘E’ buttons after pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds in the main screen.  If the value flashes, adjust it by using the PTT ‘UP’ or ‘DOWN’ buttons. VOX  Once you are done with changing the ‘PTT/VOX’, move to another menu item by using the ‘M‘ or ‘E’ buttons or go back to the main screen by pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds. 36
4.4.2          PTT VOX    setup  Move to    04. PTT VOX    by using the     M    or     E    buttons after pushing the    ...
4.5 VOX LEVEL 4.5.1 What is the ‘VOX LEVEL’? The ‘VOX LEVEL’ enables you to control the sensitivity levels of recognized voices when the ‘VOX’ function is turned on. If the ‘VOX LEVEL’ goes up, it can even recognize a lower voice and send it. If the ‘VOX LEVEL’ goes down, it is less likely to catch a lower voice and it will only recognize louder voices and to send. For example, if noise and unintended sounds are caught and sent via ‘VOX’, then it is necessary to lower the ‘VOX LEVEL’. However, if it is quiet, then raise the ‘VOX LEVEL’ to catch and send quieter sounds, even whispering. There are five settings: very low, low, middle, high and very high. (‘Middle’ is set as the default.) 4.5.2 ‘VOX LEVEL’ setup  Move to ‘05. VOX LEVEL’ by using the ‘M’ or ‘E’ buttons after pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds in the main screen.  If the value flashes, adjust it by using the very low  low middle ‘UP’ or high ‘DOWN’ buttons. very high Once you are done with changing the ‘VOX LEVEL’, move to another menu item by using the ‘M‘ or ‘E’ buttons or go back to the main screen by pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds. 37
4.5  VOX LEVEL  4.5.1 What is the    VOX LEVEL     The    VOX LEVEL    enables you to control the sensitivity levels of re...
4.6 EMERGENCY 4.6.1 What is an ‘EMERGENCY CALL’? ‘EMERGENCY CALL’ is a function to make a call in an emergency. For example, if you are in an emergency, this function helps you send an emergency call to others on a regular basis, no matter which channel is being used. Those who receive the signal can respond to you through the ROLLTS RADIO. 4.6.2 How to make an ‘EMERGENCY CALL’  Sending an emergency call ① A person in an emergency pushes the ‘E’ button for more than 2 seconds to send an emergency call to other devices. A screen asking if you want to send it again will pop up. Select ‘Yes’ and push the ‘PTT’ button (front) by using the ‘UP’ or ‘DOWN’ buttons. ② An alarm will go off on the ROLLTS RADIO if a person is in an emergency. It will be displayed on the LCD as shown below. The ROLLTS RADIO will start to send emergency calls to other ROLLTS RADIOs.  Receive an emergency call ③ An alarm occurs on the ROLLTS RADIO receiving the call. It is displayed on LCD as shown below. 38
4.6 EMERGENCY 4.6.1 What is an    EMERGENCY CALL        EMERGENCY CALL    is a function to make a call in an emergency. Fo...
The emergency call can be received regardless of which TALK MODE, CHANNEL or GROUP functions are being used.  Communicating during an ‘EMERGENCY CALL’ ④ To talk with the person in an emergency, push the ‘E’ button while the alarm is activated on the ROLLTS RADIO. Another screen will pop up to confirm it. Select ‘Yes’ by using the ‘UP’ or ‘DOWN’ buttons and then push the ‘PTT’ button (front) to talk with the person in an emergency. During an emergency call, the TALK MODE function automatically changes to Full-duplex and “SOS” appears in the channel display section of the standby screen. Multiple people can communicate in an emergency.  How to communicate in an ‘EMERGENCY’ Once a person sends an emergency call and then receives a callback from others, they can send their voice by simply talking into the radio. Those who receive the emergency call and then respond to the emergency conversation can send their voice message to the person in an emergency through ‘PTT’ and ‘VOX’ and also hear their reply.  Release an ‘EMERGENCY CALL’ Follow the process described below to release an emergency call. (It is the same process as when you respond to an emergency call.) 39
The emergency call can be received regardless of which TALK MODE, CHANNEL or GROUP functions are being used.       Communi...
The receiver pushes the ‘E’ to release the emergency call. The sender pushes the buttons for more than 2 seconds to release the emergency call. Another screen will pop up to confirm it. Select ‘Yes’ by using the ‘UP or ‘DOWN’ buttons and then push the ‘PTT’ button (front) to release it from emergency communication. Once released from the emergency call, the setup on the ROLLTS RADIO will go back to the settings before the emergency call was received. 40
The receiver pushes the     E    to release the emergency call. The sender pushes the  buttons for more than 2 seconds to ...
If you do not want to receive an emergency call from other groups, you can do so by setting the emergency function to off. But, for an emergency call from within your own group, you will always receive it no matter if your emergency function is set to on or off. (‘On’ is set as the default.) 41
If you do not want to receive an emergency call from other groups, you can do so by setting the emergency function to off....
4.6.3 ‘EMERGENCY’ setup  Move to ‘06. EMERGENCY’ by using the ‘M’ or ‘E’ buttons after pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds in the main screen.  If the value flashes, adjust it by using the  Once you are done with changing the ‘EMERGENCY’, move to another menu item by using the ‘M‘ or ‘UP’ or ‘DOWN’ buttons. ‘E’ buttons or go back to the main screen by pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds. The ‘EMERGENCY’ function is designed to help somebody who is in trouble. Make sure that you do not play with it or use it carelessly. Otherwise, it could cause unwanted consequences to other people. 42
4.6.3    EMERGENCY    setup       Move to    06. EMERGENCY    by using the     M    or     E    buttons after pushing the ...
4.7 ENCRYPTION 4.7.1 What is ‘ENCRYPTION’? It is a special security feature built into the ROLLTS RADIO. In general, a radio needs to have channels and groups tuned for communication. But it makes the system vulnerable. Unlike other radios, the ROLLTS RADIO provides a 15-digit encryption code. You can talk with people only if their 15-digit encryption code is identical to yours. This process is necessary for communication that should be kept secure. (‘000000000000000’ is set as the default.) 4.7.2 ‘ENCRYPTION’ setup  Move to ‘07. ENCRYPTION’ by using the ‘M’ or ‘E’ buttons after pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds in the main screen.  If the first number flashes, adjust it by using the ‘UP’ or ‘DOWN’ buttons.  Move to the next number by pushing the ‘PTT’ button (Front).  If the number flashes, adjust it by using the ‘UP’ or ‘DOWN’ buttons.  Once you are done with changing the ‘ENCRYPTION’, move to another menu item by using the ‘M‘ or ‘E’ buttons or go back to the main screen by pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds. 43
4.7 ENCRYPTION 4.7.1 What is    ENCRYPTION     It is a special security feature built into the ROLLTS RADIO. In general, a...
4.8 SIDE TONE 4.8.1 What is the ‘SIDE TONE’? To see if a voice message is being sent properly, while not necessarily taking a look at the LCD screen in ‘VOX’, use the ‘SIDE TONE’. With the ‘SIDE TONE’ on, a voice message can be heard through the earset, making it possible for you to check if it has been sent. (‘Off’ is set as the default.) 4.8.2 ‘SIDE TONE’ setup  Move to ‘08. SIDE TONE’ by using the ‘M’ or ‘E’ buttons after pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds in the main screen  If the value flashes, adjust it by using the  Once you are done with changing the ‘SIDE TONE’, move to another menu item by using the ‘M‘ or ‘UP’ or ‘DOWN’ buttons. ‘E’ buttons or go back to the main screen by pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds. 44
4.8 SIDE TONE 4.8.1 What is the    SIDE TONE     To see if a voice message is being sent properly, while not necessarily t...
4.9 MIKE GAIN 4.9.1 What is the ‘MIKE GAIN’? The MIKE GAIN allows you to adjust the microphone volume. Increasing the MIKE GAIN raises the loudness of your voice, while decreasing the MIKE GAIN decreases the loudness of your voice during the transmission. There are five settings: very low, low, middle, high and very high. Use the SIDE TONE level as a reference to see whether your MIKE GAIN value is adequate or not. (‘Middle’ is set as the default.) 4.9.2 ‘MIKE GAIN’ setup  Move to ‘09. MIKE GAIN’ by using the ‘M’ or ‘E’ buttons after pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds in the main screen.  If the value flashes, adjust it by using the very low  low middle ‘UP’ or high ‘DOWN’ buttons. very high Once you are done with changing the ‘MIKE GAIN‘, move to another menu item by using the ‘M‘ or ‘E’ buttons or go back to the main screen by pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds. 45
4.9 MIKE GAIN 4.9.1 What is the    MIKE GAIN     The MIKE GAIN allows you to adjust the microphone volume. Increasing the ...
4.10 ROGER BEEP 4.10.1 What is the ‘ROGER BEEP’? Setting the ROGER BEEP value to On generates a beep at the end of each reception or transmission. In other words, ROGER BEEP acts as a tone that indicates each reception or transmission has finished. When the ROGER BEEP is set to On, the beep indicates that the other person's transmission is finished, which allows you to respond at the appropriate time. (‘On’ is set as the default.) 4.10.2 ‘ROGER BEEP’ setup  Move to ‘10. ROGER BEEP’ by using the ‘M’ or ‘E’ buttons after pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds in the main screen  If the value flashes, adjust it by using the  Once you are done with changing the ‘ROGER BEEP’, move to another menu item by using the ‘M‘ or ‘UP’ or ‘DOWN’ buttons. ‘E’ buttons or go back to the main screen by pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds. 46
4.10 ROGER BEEP 4.10.1 What is the    ROGER BEEP     Setting the ROGER BEEP value to On generates a beep at the end of eac...
4.11 RF POWER 4.11.1 What is the ‘RF POWER’? The RF POWER allows you to adjust the strength of the transmission signal. The RF POWER can be set to either High or Low. The range and available talk time vary depending on the RF POWER setting, as shown below. RF POWER Range Talk time High → Long Short Low → Short Long Adjust the setting according to your usage environment and needs. (‘High’ is set as the default.) 4.11.2 ‘RF POWER’ setup  Move to ‘11. RF POWER’ by using the ‘M’ or ‘E’ buttons after pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds in the main screen  If the value flashes, adjust it by using the  Once you are done with changing the ‘RF POWER’, move to another menu item by using the ‘M‘ or ‘UP’ or ‘DOWN’ buttons. ‘E’ buttons or go back to the main screen by pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds. 47
4.11 RF POWER 4.11.1 What is the    RF POWER     The RF POWER allows you to adjust the strength of the transmission signal...
4.12 FEC 4.12.1 What is the ‘FEC’? Forward Error Correction (FEC) is a technique used for automatically correcting lost portions of the transmission signal. If a voice disconnection occurs during the reception or transmission due to signal interference, using FEC may reduce the voice disconnection problem. It is recommended to use FEC for short-range communications as it can shorten the communication range. (‘Off’ is set as the default.) FEC is not available when the TALK MODE is set to hi-fi half or hi-fi full. When in hi-fi half or hi-fi full modes, the FEC setting screen shows the following. 4.12.2 ‘FEC’ setup  Move to ‘12. FEC’ by using the ‘M’ or ‘E’ buttons after pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds in the main screen  If the value flashes, adjust it by using the  Once you are done with changing the ‘FEC’, move to another menu item by using the ‘M‘ or ‘UP’ or ‘DOWN’ buttons. ‘E’ buttons or go back to the main screen by pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds. 48
4.12 FEC 4.12.1 What is the    FEC     Forward Error Correction  FEC  is a technique used for automatically correcting los...
4.13 DEFAULT SET 4.13.1 What is the ‘DEFAULT SET’? All of the values that have been tuned or changed to meet the needs of the user will be returned to their default settings. 4.13.2 ‘DEFAULT SET’ setup  Move to ‘13. DEFAULT SET’ by using the ‘M’ or ‘E’ buttons after pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds in the main screen.  If the value flashes, adjust it by using the ‘UP’ or ‘DOWN’ buttons.  First, select ‘Yes’ to set all of the values back to default and then push the ‘PTT’ button (Front). A new screen will pop up to confirm it. Again, select ‘Yes’ and then push the ‘PTT’ button (Front). The power will turn off and on again, initializing all of the values to their defaults settings. Be careful with this feature. All of the values will return to their default settings. 49
4.13 DEFAULT SET 4.13.1 What is the    DEFAULT SET     All of the values that have been tuned or changed to meet the needs...
4.14 VERSION 4.14.1 What is the ‘VERSION’? It is used to check the version of your product. 4.14.2 Checking the ‘VERSION’  Move to ‘14. VERSION’ by using the ‘M’ or ‘E’ buttons after pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds in the main screen.  Once you check the ‘VERSION’, move to another menu item by using the ‘E’ button buttons or go back to the main screen by pushing the ‘M’ or ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds. 50
4.14 VERSION 4.14.1 What is the    VERSION     It is used to check the version of your product. 4.14.2 Checking the    VER...
4.15 SERIAL NO. 4.15.1 What is the ‘SERIAL NO.’? It is used to check the serial no. of your product. 4.15.2 Checking the ‘SERIAL NO.’  Move to ‘15. SERIAL No.’ by using the ‘M’ or ‘E’ buttons after pushing the ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds in the main screen.  Once you check the ‘SERIAL No’, move to another menu item by using the or ‘E’ buttons or go back to the main screen by pushing the ‘M’ ‘M’ button for more than 2 seconds. 51
4.15 SERIAL NO. 4.15.1 What is the    SERIAL NO.     It is used to check the serial no. of your product. 4.15.2 Checking t...
5. Other information 5.1 Connecting external devices  The ROLLTS RADIO provides voice output through its micro USB or Audio ports. You can connect a compatible cable to the micro USB or Audio ports of the radio and to the voice input port of an external device for a wide range of usage. Usage example 1: Connecting action cameras Use an action camera to record voice communications through the ROLLTS RADIO along with the video being recorded. Usage example 2: Connecting voice recorders Use a voice recorder to record voice communications through the ROLLTS RADIO. Usage example 3: Connecting speakers Use a speaker to amplify voice communications or voice input received through the ROLLTS RADIO. 52
5. Other information 5.1 Connecting external devices      The ROLLTS RADIO provides voice output through its micro USB or ...
5.2 Features and copyright [Features]  Size (W x H x D): 39 x 77 x 13 mm (1.5 x 3.0 x 0.5 inch)  Weight: 38 g  Multi-party call: Tri full-duplex  Range (Line of Sight): Up to 3 km (1.86 miles)  Stand-by: One month  Usable time: 7 days (24h = 8h talk time + 16h stand-by) (Usable time can be longer by setting RF POWER)  Encryption: AES-256  Frequency hopping: 902-928 MHz ISM band, 50 channel, 1,000 groups/channel  The maximum range is 3 km with a clear line of sight. The indoor range may be less if there are any obstacles, such as steel or concrete structures.  The ‘Stand-by’ features our unique low-power technology. It can remain on standby for the maximum hour.  The ‘Talk time’ features our unique low-power technology. Based on the estimated standard usage (5:5:90, i.e., a usage ratio of 5% reception, 5% transmission and 90% standby), it can be used for the maximum hour.  Frequency hopping ensures clearer and more secure communication by eliminating any frequency interference between systems. (The radio transmits a limited number of data packets over multiple channels and it hops through them 53
5.2 Features and copyright  Features       Size  W x H x D   39 x 77 x 13 mm  1.5 x 3.0 x 0.5 inch        Weight  38 g    ...
in a set pattern.) [Patents, Trademarks or Designs Pending] This radio has 1 or more patents, trademarks or designs pending with the United States Patent and Trademark Office or the PCT (Patent Cooperation Treaty) Office. 54
in a set pattern.    Patents, Trademarks or Designs Pending  This radio has 1 or more patents, trademarks or designs pendi...
5.3 Checklist before reporting a problem Charge the device before using it. As shown in the figure below, you can push the switch to turn the power on as the arrow indicates. When you are unable to get the power to turn on Check if your radio or the other radios are on. Make sure that your radio is set to the same setting as When you are unable to communicate the other radios in the ‘TALK MODE’, ‘CHANNEL’ and ‘GROUP’ functions. If you still cannot talk, even after following the steps above, check the encryption code to see if the code is the same as the other radios. Use it again after charging the device. This might happen because of not enough battery power remaining. Turn the volume up. This might happen because the When your reception signal volume is too low. is too weak Check where you are. Physical structures, like walls, can weaken the signal range. Change the channel. There might be frequency interference. When a person on another Check if the microphone is covered or if it is too far away radio cannot hear you from you. Make sure to put it close to your mouth. When you receive an TVs, computers and other digital devices can interrupt unwanted signal your system. You should either turn them off or keep the 55
5.3 Checklist before reporting a problem Charge the device before using it. As shown in the figure below, you can push the...
device at a safe distance from them. It may happen when multiple people use the same channel. Change the channel or set up a separate group. When the reception quality It may happen when the radios are too far away from is bad each other. Check if ‘VOX’ is set on ‘PTT/VOX’. In ‘VOX’ mode, voices When your voice is automatically transmitted unintentionally can be recognized and sent automatically. Put it back on ‘PTT’ mode if you want to do it manually. Malfunctions can be caused by noise when ‘VOX’ is being used or the reception is set too high. Tune the reception to match with your surroundings. When you can hear your own voice When the emergency call signal is not turned off, even after you set the Emergency function to off When the joint area for the airtube connection becomes loose Check if the ‘SIDE TONE’ is on. The ‘SIDE TONE’ is meant to check if the transmission works well by letting you hear your own voice. All emergency calls from within your group can be received, regardless of whether you have the emergency function set to on or off. Any emergency calls from elsewhere will not be received with the Emergency function set to off. The ear cap and airtube can get worn out. If you switch them too often, the join area will become loose. If it gets too loose to use, you can purchase a replacement from a ROLLTS store. When you plug the device If you use a charging cable not provided by ROLLTS, it in to recharge, but is does may not work and may damage the system. Always use a not charge ROLLTS-recommended cable. If the device is exposed to temperatures that are too low When the battery life is shorter than when you purchased the device or too high, it can possibly happen. If you find it too inconvenient to use, report it to ROLLTS customer service. As a consumable item, the battery can have a shorter lifespan over time. Contact ROLLTS customer service if you find it too inconvenient to use. 56
device at a safe distance from them. It may happen when multiple people use the same channel. Change the channel or set up...
5.4 Warranty ROLLTS Inc. warrants the ROLLTS branded ROLLTS RADIO against defects in materials and workmanship when used normally for a period of 12 months (the battery for 6 months) from the date of the original retail purchase by the end-user. -Those purchasing this product have to review the warranty and fill in the fields below immediately after purchasing the product. -Contact the seller or distributor after finding a problem with this product. -Make sure your claim for any repairs, replacement or refund complies with the warranty guidelines. Product M o d e l Product No. S e l l e r Purchase date Warranty period Store name For a period of 12 months from the date of the original retail purchase. Purchaser name Address ◆ Warranty guidelines - ROLLTS Inc. warrants the ROLLTS branded ROLLTS RADIO against defects while used normally for up to 12 months as the warranty period. - The cases below are not covered by the warranty: 1. Damage caused by the use of the consumer. 2. Defects or flaws caused by natural disasters. 3. Defects or related problems caused by a misguided voltage or frequency. 4. Damage caused while tweaking or updating the device by a third party 57
5.4 Warranty ROLLTS Inc. warrants the ROLLTS branded ROLLTS RADIO against defects in materials and workmanship when used n...
other than a ROLLTS technician. - This warranty does not apply to any damage or technical problems which might occur after the warranty period has expired. If the purchaser still wants to receive service, ROLLTS can provide the same level of service, but the purchaser is responsible for any labor costs. ROLLTS Inc. www.rollts.com, 2055 S. Baker Ave., Ontario, CA 91761, USA Tel: 951-595-4800, Fax: 951-595-4311, E-mail: info@rollts.com 58
other than a ROLLTS technician. - This warranty does not apply to any damage or technical problems which might occur after...