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    MINI46
    User’s Manual



  • Page 2

    CONTENTS

    MINI46

    Features ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 01
    Appearance Introduction ���������������������������������������������������������� 02
    Accessories Supplied with the Mini-46 ��������������������������������� 04
    Installation of Accessories ������������������������������������������������������ 05

    Thank you for purchasing LP-Mini 46 ultra compact handhold FM
    transceiver manufactured by Wintecronics. Based on the ever-changing
    innovative technology, we have been able to develop many different
    wireless products that have gained widely consumers’ attention.
    Besides our appreciation for your love of our products, we even wish
    you to be attentive to new product information. Your precious comment
    will be appreciated by us.
    Please read through the manual carefully to learn whole features of this
    model.

    Certificate Approval

    Operation Guide �������������������������������������������������������������������������� 09

    CE0681

    Manu items ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10

    Applicable model for this manual

    Contents Guide ��������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11

    LP-MINI46

    Safety warning

    Consumers need to understand clearly about safety in the use of
    product Turn off power before fueling or parking at the gas station.



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    Features

    Appearance Introduction

    1. Wide frequency coverage that suits application in many

    countries.
    32 programmable channels and 2 programming keypads
    Internal TCXO resonator to enhance freq. stability
    Digitally designed to ensure stable quality
    Extra-small size in rugged case, compliant with US military
    environment test
    6. Signal light indicator ON/OFF
    7. Independent CTCSS/DCS
    8. Narrow band (2.5K)/ Wide band (5K) programmable options
    9. 9 steps of VOX (voice-activated feature)
    10. Multiple programmable functions, Programmable PRI / SOS /
    SCAN channel function
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.

    2

    1

    3

    15
    10

    4

    11

    13
    14

    5
    12

    6

    7

    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.
    8.

    1

    16

    8

    9

    Antenna (SMA socket)
    LED Indicator
    Power Switch / Volume Control
    External Mic. Jack
    Data socket (mini USB)
    LCD display
    Up button
    Set button

    9. Down button
    10. PTT button (Push to talk)
    11. ..Monitor button
    12. Backlight button
    13. Speaker
    14. Mic
    15. Lanyard hole
    16. Belt Clip

    2



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    Appearance Introduction
    Functions
    1. Antenna (SMA socket)

    2. LED Indicator

    3. Power Switch / Volume
    Control

    4. External Mic. Jack

    Provide attached SMA rubber flex Antenna or other 50Ω
    impedance Antenna.
    Note

    LED Indicator turns on red when transmitting. LED Indicator turns
    on green when SQL.
    Rotate the power switch / volume control knob clockwise to switch
    power ON. When the click sound of switch and the melody is
    heard, the transceiver is powered. Adjust volume appropriately.
    Note

    1. Radio Unit

    1PCS

    2. SMA rubber flex antenna

    1PCS

    3. Battery

    1PCS

    4. Clip

    1PCS

    5. Rapid Charger

    1PCS

    6. MINI-46 quick guide

    1PCS

    Avoid outburst of sound harmful to ears. Rotate the power
    switch / volume control knob counterclockwise to switch
    power OFF. When the click sound of switch is heard,
    transceiver’s power is turned off.

    Turn to lowest volume if external Mic./speaker is used, then adjust
    appropriately.
    Note

    5. Data socket (mini USB)

    It is harmful to radio if Antenna is not connecting or is
    connected wrong one.

    Accessories Supplied with the Mini-46

    Avoid outburst of sound harmful to ears.

    Data socket (mini USB): provide optional accessories and
    computer interface.

    6. LCD display

    It appears transceiver’s situation.

    7. Up button

    Under menu item, it is a select button. Press temporarily up key
    (▲) into scan mode.

    8. Set button

    Under menu item, press temporarily set key is locked.

    9. Down button

    Under menu item, it is a select button. Press temporarily down key
    (▼) into scan mode.

    10. PTT button (Push to talk)

    Press PTT button of the transceiver for transmission. Release
    PTT button for receiving.

    11. ..Monitor button

    Press monitor button to turn off SQL temporary and to receive
    weak signal, due to distance.

    12. Backlight button

    Press backlight button to turn on backlight. (it will turn OFF
    automatically after 8 sec. or press the button again to turn off)

    13. Speaker
    14. Mic
    15. Lanyard hole
    16. Belt Clip

    3

    Push up battery latch to release battery back.

    4



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    Installation of Accessories
    To Install

    Place battery pack into battery compartment, when the click sound of
    switch, it will lock into compartment.

    To Remove

    1. holding radio in one hand, push up battery latch
    2. slide battery pack backwards

    5

    Installation of Accessories
    To remove belt clip

    Lift belt clip lock tab up, then gently pull the belt clip up.

    To install belt clip

    Slide the clip up into the slot on the back of radio until the
    belt clip latch clicks.

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    Installation of Accessories
    Battery charging

    1.Green On: Charger is powered by the adapter.
    2.Turns Red: Battery is charging.
    3.Flash Green Light: Battery is fully charged.
    4.Flash Red Light: Battery failed. (2W Radio / Battery)
    5.Flash Red & Green Light: Battery failed. (4W Radio / Battery)

    Installation of Accessories
    Use of external MIC / Speaker
    1. Remove accessory jack cover
    2. Insert accessory jack
    3. Fix accessory with the screws

    Note

    7

    Rotate the Power Switch / Volume knob slowly to avoid
    outburst of sound harmful to ears.

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    Operation Guide
    The battery needs to be charged fully before using radio. The radio
    has a battery voltage icon to show on LCD screen.
    1. Power On/Off: Rotate the power switch / volume control knob
    clockwise to switch power ON. When the click sound of switch and
    the melody is heard, the transceiver is powered on. Note: avoid
    outburst of sound harmful to ears. Rotate the Power switch/ volume
    control knob counterclockwise to switch power OFF. When the
    click sound of switch is heard, transceiver’s power is turned off.
    2. Receiving / Transmitting: Rotate the Channel Control knob to the
    desired channel. Before press and hold PTT button please check
    LED indicator turns on green or not. The LED indicator turns on
    red during transmission. Talk to the speaker microphone from
    a distance of 10 cm. Release PTT button for the transceiver for
    receiving. During receiving, LED indicator turns on green.
    3. Adjusting Volume: For the adjustment of volume, rotate the
    Power / Volume control knob in clockwise direction to increase
    volume. Rotate Power / Volume knob counterclockwise to
    decreases volume. Rotate the power switch/volume knob slowly
    to avoid outburst of sound harmful to ears. Press monitor button
    to turn off SQL temporary. Then, rotate the volume control knob in
    clockwise slowly to an appropriate level.
    Note

    Avoid outburst of sound harmful to ears.

    4. Channel Adjustment:
    Momentarily press ▲▼ to select channel.
    Temporarily press ▲▼ to start scanning of channel.
    While receiving signal, release PTT scan mode.
    Note

    9

    Avoid outburst of sound harmful to ears.

    Manu items
    No.

    Items

    Contents

    Factory
    Setting

    Note

    1

    TSQ

    Tone Squelch Type

    OFF

    OFF / T / CTCSS / DCS

    2

    CTCSS

    CTCSS frequency

    1(67.0Hz)

    1(67.0Hz)~51(254.1Hz)

    3

    DCS

    DCS CODE

    023

    023~754

    TX POWER

    TX power
    Adjustment

    Low

    High / Low

    5

    VOX

    Voice-Activate
    System

    OFF

    OFF / Level1~ Level 9

    6

    Mic. Gain

    Mic. Gain

    Low

    High / Low

    7

    SAVE MODE

    Power Saving
    mode

    1:1

    OFF / 1:1~1:4

    8

    SQL

    RF Squelch

    L3

    L0~L9

    9

    SCRAMBLER

    Scrambler

    OFF

    OFF / code1~code9

    10

    COMPANDOR

    Compandor

    OFF

    ON / OFF

    11

    APO

    Auto-power-off

    OFF

    OFF / 3min / 10min / 30min
    / 60min

    12

    TOT

    Time-out-Timer

    OFF

    OFF / 30sec / 60sec /
    120sec / 180sec

    13

    KEY BEEP

    Key Beep

    ON

    ON / OFF

    14

    PTT BEEP

    PTT Beep

    OFF

    ON / OFF

    4

    15

    ROGERTONE

    Roger tone

    OFF

    ON / OFF

    16

    Call Tone

    Call Tone

    Music 1

    OFF / Music 1~Music9

    17

    SEND ID

    PTT ID

    OFF

    ON / OFF

    18

    DEFAULT

    Default

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    Contents Guide
    1. TSQ: TSQ selectable, there are four items as below:
    (factory setting is OFF)
    OFF: Turn off TSQ and LCD screen shows as below:

    DCS: Turn on DCS and LCD screen shows as below:

    CTCSS: Turn on CTCSS and LCD screen shows as below:

    T: Turn on Tone, during transmission. LCD screen shows “T” as below:
    LCD screen doesn’t show “T” during receiving.

    11

    Contents Guide
    2. CTCSS: There are 51 codes of CTCSS as below table
    (factory setting is 1 (67.0Hz)) setting is 1 (67.0Hz))

    1

    67.0

    11

    97.4

    21

    136.5

    31

    192.8

    41

    159.8

    2

    71.9

    12

    100.0

    22

    141.3

    32

    203.5

    42

    165.5

    3

    74.4

    13

    103.5

    23

    146.2

    33

    210.7

    43

    171.3

    4

    77.0

    14

    107.2

    24

    151.4

    34

    218.1

    44

    177.3

    5

    79.7

    15

    110.9

    25

    156.7

    35

    225.7

    45

    183.5

    6

    82.5

    16

    114.8

    26

    162.2

    36

    233.6

    46

    189.9

    7

    85.4

    17

    118.8

    27

    167.9

    37

    241.8

    47

    196.6

    8

    88.5

    18

    123.0

    28

    173.8

    38

    250.3

    48

    199.5

    9

    91.5

    19

    127.3

    29

    179.9

    39

    69.3

    49

    206.5

    10

    94.8

    20

    131.8

    30

    186.2

    40

    62.5

    50

    229.1

    51

    254.1

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    Contents Guide

    Contents Guide

    3. DCS: There are 81 codes of DCS as below table.
    (Factory setting is 023)

    13

    4. Tx Power: TX power is selectable to Low or

    High (Factory setting is Low)

    023

    114

    071

    156

    245

    365

    465

    532

    627

    025

    115

    072

    162

    251

    371

    466

    662

    631

    026

    116

    073

    165

    261

    411

    503

    664

    754

    031

    125

    074

    172

    263

    412

    506

    703

    032

    131

    174

    315

    265

    413

    516

    712

    043

    132

    205

    331

    271

    423

    546

    723

    047

    134

    223

    343

    306

    431

    565

    731

    051

    143

    226

    346

    311

    432

    606

    732

    054

    152

    243

    351

    445

    632

    612

    734

    065

    155

    244

    364

    464

    654

    624

    743

    LCD Screen shows as below:

    5. VOX: Volume / Sensitivity Adjustment (Factory setting is OFF)

    Turn on VOX and LCD screen shows “VOX” words as below:

    VOX’s sensitivity: VOX’s sensitivity can be selected from1-9
    levels. VOX 4 is more sensitive than VOX9. VOX1 is least
    sensitive.

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    Contents Guide
    6. Mic Gain: Mic. Gain (Factory setting is Low)

    Adjust Mic. Gain to transmit a clear volume.

    Contents Guide
    9. Scrambler: Scrambler (Factory setting is OFF)
    The radio sets 9 codes of scrambler to measure a radio signal
    securely. It can only be understand by someone who has special
    group at the same code. It can’t transmission and receiving without
    scrambler code.

    7. Save Mode: Power Saving Mode (Factory setting is 1:1)

    Turn on power saving mode could extend radio using time,
    LCD screen shows “Save” words as below:

    Power save mode can be selected 1:1 – 1:4 and off. If
    power save mode is 1:4 then saving power is excellent.

    8. SQL: SQL Fine ADJ (factory setting is L3)
    SQL FINE adjustment, value from L0 (SQL OFF) to L9 as below:
    Too low volume might miss users’ attention.
    SQL factory setting is L3

    SQL Min L0 & SQL Max L9

    15

    There are 9 codes of scrambler from code 1 to code 9, as below:

    10. Compandor: Compandor (Factory setting is OFF)
    The radio supports Compandor function. To turn on compandor
    are used in radio communication and in some noise reduction
    schemes.
    Please turn off this function if a radio doesn’t support this function.
    Turn on Compandor, LCD screen shows【 】as below:

    11. APO: APO (factory setting is OFF)
    Choose 03/10/30/60 min. depending on your need. While 03 is
    selected, the radio automatically turns power off if none of the
    key is operated.
    LCD screen shows【APO】as bellows.

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    Contents Guide
    12. TOT: Time-out timer (Factory setting is OFF)
    Choose 30/60/120/180 depending on your need. Turn off “TOT”,
    the radio will be continuous transmission. While turn on “TOT” and
    choose 30 sec., push and hold PTT if continuous talk exceeds 20
    sec. and radio will send out a beep sound.
    At the same time, LCD screen shows “ ” flash, the radio will stop
    transmission at time-out.
    LCD screen shows【TOT】words as below:

    Contents Guide
    16. CALL TONE: Factory setting is Music 1
    While turn on call tone, temporarily press backlight button to
    transmission all member of group.
    There are 9 tones are selected.
    LCD screen shows as below:

    Turn On and select Music 1

    13. KEY BEEP: Factory setting is ON
    Turn on /off key beep button, LCD screen shows as below:

    14. PTT BEEP: PTT melody (Factory setting is OFF)
    Turn on PTT Beep, while press PTT button a short beep will be
    sent out.

    17. SEND ID: PTT ID (Factory setting is OFF)
    Turn on PTT ID, while release PTT, it will transmit PTT ID to all
    radio automatically. It provides talker’s ID and ID settings need to
    execute by software.
    LCD screen shows【ID】as below:

    While receiving others ID, LCD screen shows as below:
    15. ROGERTONE: Roger Tone (Factory setting is OFF)
    Roger Tone is selectable to ON/OFF
    Beep tone will be heard at the end of the each transmission

    17

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    Contents Guide
    18. DEFAULT: Return to factory setting
    Follow LCD screen instruction and press “YES” to return to
    factory setting

    19



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