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Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 2 Three- Year Limited Warranty Important: Evidence of original purchase is required for warranty service. WARRANTOR: UNIDEN AMERICA CORPORATION (Uniden) ELEMENTS OF WARRANTY: Uniden warrants for three years, to the original retail owner, this Product excluding the NiMH battery pack to be free from defects in materials and craftsmanship with only the limitations or exclusions set out below. Uniden warrants for 12 months, to the original retail owner, the
Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 3 Controls and Indicators 1. Antenna 16. Channel Down 2. Belt Clip Button (▼ ) 3. PTT (Push to Talk) Key 17. Speaker 4. Light/Lock Key 18. Battery Pack 5. WX Mode/Weather Alert A. TX Indicator Button (WX ALERT) B. TX Power Indicator 6. USA/International/ C. Channel Number Display Canadian Button (UIC) D. Battery Indicator 7. Memory Button (MEM) E. USA/International/ 8. Microphone Canadian (US/INT/CAN) 9. Volume/Power Knob Channel Indicator 10. Sq
Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 4 Warning! ☞ The ATLANTIS is watertight only when both the antenna and the battery are properly attached. ☞ Do not operate the transmitter of any radio equipment near electrical blasting caps or in an explosive atmosphere. ☞ Do not let children operate any transmitter-equipped radio equip- ment without proper supervision. ☞ Have your radio equipment serviced by a qualified technician. ☞ Do not operate the transmitter of any radio equipment with t
Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 5 Contents FCC Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Technical Support and Service . . . . .4 Maritime Radio Service Operation . .4 Parts and Accessories . . . . . . . . . .5 Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Mounting the cradle holder . . . . . . .6 Attaching the Antenna . . . . . . . . . . .6 Attaching the Battery Pack . . . . . .
Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 6 FCC NOTICE Unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment may void compliance with FCC Rules. Any change or modifi- cation must be approved in writing by Uniden. 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 marine installation. This equipment generates, uses and
Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 7 Introduction The ATLANTIS is a watertight, portable two-way VHF transceiver. It is compact, lightweight, rugged and fits easily in your hand, This handheld VHF marine radio will give you consistent, out- standing performance in virtually all conditions and situations.To insure that you get the most from the ATLANTIS' features, please read this operating guide carefully before using the unit. Features ➠ Waterproof (JIS Level 4/CFR46) ➠ Triple Watch Mod
Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 8 Technical Support and Service Your Uniden dealer can provide you with sales assistance and information. If your marine radio does not perform properly, follow the troubleshooting tips in the back of this reference guide. For technical support contact Uniden Repair/Service department at 1-800-235-3874. The radio contains no user-serviceable parts. Unauthorized adjustment will void the warranty and may cause illegal radio operation. Be sure that a qual
Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 9 Included in this Package 5
Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 10 Getting Started Mounting the Cradle Holder 1. Mount the cradle holder to either a counter or wall. 2. Plug one end of the cigarette lighter adapter into the cigarette lighter jack and the other end into the charging jack on the battery pack of the radio in cradle holder. Attaching the Antenna Attach the antenna to the ATLANTIS. Be sure the antenna is firmly seated. 6
Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 11 Attaching the Battery Pack 1. Slide the battery pack onto the bottom of the radio 2. Use a coin or screwdriver to turn the screw that connects the battery pack to the ATLANTIS. Be sure the battery pack fits tightly against the ATLANTIS' body. 7
Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 12 Attaching the spacer to the beltclip A spacer is included to be used with the optional Speaker/Microphone. The spacer must be affixed to the beltclip of your ATLANTIS radio. Remove the backing from the spacer and attach it to the upper part of the beltclip. Do not operate your ATLANTIS radio when using the optional Speaker/Microphone unless the spacer is properly affixed behind the beltclip. In order to reduce the likelihood of exces- sive radio freq
Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 13 Charging the Battery Pack Your marine radio is powered by a specially designed NiMH battery pack or an Alkaline battery pack. (Alkaline batteries are not included.) Before operating the ATLANTIS, charge the NiMH battery pack for 15 hours without interruption the first time. 1. Place the ATLANTIS in the cradle holder. ☞ You can monitor incoming calls while the ATLANTIS is in the cradle holder. ☞ You can charge the battery pack alone or connected t
Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 14 Operation ☞ When you press any key (except PTT), a short tone sounds. ☞ When you turn on your ATLANTIS, it is automatically tuned to channel 16, the United States Coast Guard frequency for distress, safety, and calling. ☞ See the foldout in the front of the operating guide for button, knob, and key positions. Turning on the Unit and Setting Squelch 1. Before you turn on the unit, turn the Squelch knob fully counter clockwise. 2. Then, turn on
Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 15 Selecting a Channel 1. Turn on your ATLANTIS. 2. To select a higher channel, press the ▲ arrow key. 3. To select a lower channel, press the ▼ arrow key. ☞ To change the channel continuously, press and hold the ▲ or ▼ key. One-touch Channel 16/9 Example: While you are monitoring channel 20, you want to check channel 16 or 9. 1. You are now on channel 20. 2. To monitor channel 16, press the 16/9/TRI button. 3. To monitor channel 9, press the 16
Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 16 Triple Watch Triple Watch mode monitors channels 16 and 9 for a signal while you listen to the currently selected channel. The marine radio checks channel 16 and 9 for activity every 2 seconds. 1. To select Triple Watch mode, press and hold the 16/9/TRI button for 2 seconds. A confirma-- tion tone sounds. 2. To exit from Triple Watch, press and hold 16/9/TRI for 2 seconds. A confirmation tone sounds. ☞ While in Triple Watch mode, you can chang
Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 17 Monitoring Weather Channels The ATLANTIS has 10 preprogrammed weather channel frequencies, represented by 1 through 10. 1. To listen to the weather channels in your area, press WX/ALERT. WX appears on the display. 2. To move up, press the ▲ arrow key. 3. To move down, press the ▼ arrow key. 4. To exit, press WX/ALERT. WX disappears from the display. ☞ To change the channel continuously, press and hold the ▲ or ▼ arrow button for more than 1 s
Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 18 Weather Alert Weather Alert allows your ATLANTIS to function as a severe weather radio. If NOAA issues a severe weather warn- ing while the Weather Alert is turned on, the ATLANTIS sounds an alert tone. You will then hear the emergency weather broadcast. 1. To use Weather Alert, select the weather Channel in your area 2. Press and hold WX/ALERT for 2 seconds. A confirmation tone sounds. 3. When the unit receives a warning signal, it beeps for 5
Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 19 USA, International and Canada Channels 1. The ATLANTIS is initially set for USA marine channels When you turn on your radio. 2. To receive and transmit on international marine channels, press U/I/C. 3. To receive and transmit on Canadian marine channels, press U/I/C again. 4. The radio will keep the last mode setting that was selected when turned back on. ☞ For USA, international and Canadian marine channels and functions, refer to the tabl
Atlantis_OM.qxd 06/08/2001 4:51 PM Page 20 Scanning 1. To begin scanning the programmed channels, press the SCAN button. MEM, SCAN and TRIPLE appear on the display. 2. To stop scanning, press the SCAN button once more. SCAN and TRIPLE disappear from the display. ☞ Scanning starts from the lowest to highest channel and stops when it finds an active channel. It remains on that channel until the transmis- sion ends, then resumes scanning after a 3 second delay period. ☞ When in the scan m
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