CE Approval AT-588 Mobile Radio,Vehicle Radio, Car Radio
Frequency: 136~173.995MHz / 400-490Mhz (Normal)
100programmable memorized channels+Call channel, the channels can be marked with letters and digits
CTCSS/DCS/5-Tone decodes and encodes
Four different single-tone pulse frequencies
Compander to reduce noise
ANI function(DTMF/ANI,5Tone/ANI) PTT ID.
QHM-03 multifunctional microphone with DTMF
Microphone(with DTMF keypad)
Mobile installing bracket
DC power cable with fuse holder
Hardware kits for bracket
VHF: 136-174MHz 245-245.9875MHz (220~260MHz)
Number of Channels
25K (Wide Band) 20K(Middle Band) 12.5K (Narrow band)
13.8V DC ±15%
145 (W) x 47 (H) x 190 (L)mm
Receiver (ETSI EN 300 086 standard testing )
Sensitivity (12dB Sinad)
Hum & Noise
Audio power output
Transmitter (ETSI EN 300 086 standard testing )
Hum & Noise
Each Set PACKAGE CONTAIN
- 1x ANYTONE AT-588 Mobile Radio
- 1x Microphone
- 1x Mobile Mounting Bracket
- 1x DC Power Cable
- 1x Screws, S-Washer,Spare Fuses pack
- 1x English Manual
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Summary of Contents for AnyTone AT-588UV
- Page 1 USER'S MANUAL Dual Band FM Transceiver...
- Page 3 Nice Housing, Stoutness & Stability, Advanced and Reliable functions, Perfect & Valuable. Approval. AT-588UV mobile radio especially designs for drivers and it pursues company philosophy of innovation and practicality. NOTE AT-588UV Mobile Radio Applicable Software: QPS588UV Model Apply To This Manual: AT-588UV Mobile radio...
- Page 4 Precautions always provide high quality products, and this Please observe the following precautions to prevent fire, transceiver is no exception AT-588UV is a ruggedly-built, high personal injury, or transceiver damage: quality Dual Band FM transceiver providing 50 Watts of power Do not attempt to configure your transceiver while driving,it output on the VHF band and 40 Watts on the UHF band.
Page 5: Table Of ContentsCONTENTS New and Innovative Features ...........1 High/Mid/Low Power Switch ..........13 Frequency Range ..............1 Frequency Reverse ...............13 Supplied Accessories/Optional Accessories ......2 Band-width Selection ............13 HOME Channel ..............13 Supplied Accessories ..............2 Optional Accessories ..............2 Dual Watch................14 Initial Installation ...............3 Emergency Alarm ..............14 Mobile installation ..............3 Channel/Frequency Scan .............14 DC Power Cable Connection ..........4...
- Page 6 CONTENTS Scrambler Setup ..............20 Password Function ...............28 Tone Bust (Pilot Frequency) ..........20 Microphone Operation ............29 Keypad Mode Setup .............21 Send DTMF signaling ............29 Main/Sub band switching ............29 Keypad Lockout ..............22 TX OFF (PTT Lockout) ............22 Function operation through PA-PD keys .......29 Squelch Level setup ..............22 Cable Clone ................31 TALK AROUND ..............22...
Page 7: New And Innovative FeaturesNew and Innovative Features AT-588UV Mobile Radio has nice housing, stoutness & stability, advanced and reliable functions, perfect & valuable. This amateur mobile radio especially designs for drivers and it pursues company philosophy of innovation and practicality. More functions as follows: 758 memory channels, full duplex operation with independent volume and squelch controls 50 Watts of power output on the VHF band and 40 Watts on the UHF band with cross band repeater function.
Page 8: Supplied Accessories/optional AccessoriesSupplied Accessories/Optional Accessories Supplied AcceSSoRieS After carefully unpacking the transceiver, identify the items listed in the table below. We suggest you keep the box and packaging. Transceiver Microphone (QHM-04) Mobile Mounting DC Power Cable with Hardware Kit for Bracket (with DTMF keyboard) Bracket (QMB-01) Fuse Holder(QPL-01) Black screws...
Page 9: Initial InstallationInitial Installation Determine the appropriate angle of the transceiver, using the 3 Mobile inStAllAtion screw hole positions on the side of the mounting bracket. To install the transceiver, select a safe, convenient location inside your vehicle that minimizes danger to your passengers and yourself while the vehicle is in motion.
Page 10: Dc Power Cable ConnectionInitial Installation Reconnect any wiring removed from the negative terminal. dc poweR cAble connection Locate the power input connector as close to the transceiver as possible. NOTE M o bi l e op eR At io n Black The vehicle battery must have a nominal rating of 12V. Never connect the transceiver to a 24V battery.
- Page 11 Initial Installation When the ignition key is turned to ACC or ON(Start) position Connect the DC power cable to the regulated DC power supply with the radio turned off, the power switch illuminates. The and ensure that the polarities are correct. (Red: positive, illumination will be turned off when the ignition key is turned Black:negative).
Page 12: Antenna ConnectionInitial Installation Re p l A ci nG F uSe S an impedance other than 50Ω reduces the efficiency of the antenna system and can cause interference to nearby broadcast television If the fuse blows, determine the cause, then correct the problem. receivers, radio receivers, and other electronic equipment.
Page 13: Accessories ConnectionsInitial Installation AcceSSoRieS connectionS Antenna[QCA-02] Microphone[QHM-04] ex teR nA l Spe Ak e R If you plan to use an external speaker, choose a speaker with an impedance of 8 Ω. The external speaker jack accepts a 3.5 mm (1/8') mono (2-conductor) plug.
Page 14: Getting AcquaintedGetting Acquainted FRont pAnel Function set Key In standby , press this key to enter function menu Power Press it to power On /Off the transceiver In standby press to change H/L power for present Left【LOW】Key channel.Long press it to turn On/Off Talk Around Function n standby, press to switch between channel Left【V/M】Key...
Page 15: Rear PanelGetting Acquainted ReAR pAnel NO. INdICATOR FUNCTION Displays the channel number and Menu number. Appears when current channel is set Scan Skip Appears when current channel has CTCSS Encode Appears when current channel has CTCSS Decode Appears when the Offset function is ON Appears while transmitting.
Page 16: MicrophoneGetting Acquainted MIC Connector Diagram(in the front view of connector) MicRophone Key Pad Serial Data DOWN MIC GND NO. KEY FUNCTION Increase frequency ,channel number or setting value. Decrease frequency, channel number or DOWN setting value. Press the PTT (Push-TO-Talk) key to transmit.
Page 17: Basic Operations; the LCD displays 'WELCOME ANYTONE', then counterclock-wise to decrease frequency. Every display current frequency or channel.
Page 18: Switch Between Main Band And Sub BandBasic Operations correspondent selector knob, the channel number flashes in this This transceiver can be set working on 2 UHF band or 2 VHF band. situation, the channel number will increase 10 channels by each gear of NOTE selector knob. Press microphone [ UP/DOWN ] key also able to adjust ReceiVinG the channel.
Page 19: Shortcut OperationsShortcut Operations Squelch leVel Setup In channel mode, this operation is for temporary use only NOTE his function is used to setup the strength of receiving signal, when the stren gth reach a certain level, the calling can be heard, otherwise, the FRequencY ReVeRSe transceiver will keep mute.
Page 20: Dual WatchShortcut Operations duAl wAtch for over 0.5 second, the radio prompts 'DU DU', and LCD displays 'SKIP', and now In standby, hold key for over 0.5 second to enter Dual Watch the current channel is Scan Skip. mode. The radio will scan the channel in every 5 seconds. When the radio receives match signal, it pause scanning until the signaling disappear.
Page 21: General SettingGeneral Setting operation steps of Function menu Press key to enter function menu. Turn the Main band selector knob to Press key to enter function menu. choose No. 02 menu. the LCD displays Turn the Main band selector knob to choose wanted function. 'ARS'...
Page 22: Vfo Band LockoutGeneral Setting cpu clock FRequencY chAnGe This function is auto-hidden in channel mode NOTE When any harmonic or image frequency in the CPU clock disturbs the working frequency, turn on this function will cut the disturbing VFo bAnd lockout Press key to enter function menu.
Page 23: 5tone Encode SelectGeneral Setting Switch the Main band selector knob to choose wanted value 5tone encode Select dTMF: means DTMF signaling is added. Press key to enter function menu. 2TONE: means DTMF signaling is added. Turn the Main band selector knob to choose No.
Page 24: Ctcss Decode SetupGeneral Setting Sub bAnd diSplAY Setup Press the Main band selector knob or key to store value and back to function menu. Press key or hold selector knob for Press key to enter function menu. over 0.5 second to store setup and exit. Turn the Main band selector knob to choose No.
Page 25: Dtmf Encode Transmitting TimeGeneral Setting When the selected group is empty, the dtMF encode tRAnSMittinG tiMe LCD displays '------' Press key to enter function menu. Press the selector knob to enter the DTMF signaling edit. The LCD Turn the Main band selector knob to display '-- -- -- -- -- --', the last character flashes.
Page 26: CompanderGeneral Setting Press the Main band selector knob or key to store value and Press key to enter function menu. back to function menu. Press key or hold selector knob for Turn the Main band selector knob to over 0.5 second to store setup and exit. choose No 18 menu.
Page 27: Keypad Mode SetupGeneral Setting Press the Main band selector knob or key to store value and DT means DTMF, displays 5T means 5TONE, displays 2T back to function menu. Press key or hold selector knob for over means 2TONE. In VFO mode, long press this key, the step 0.5 second to store setup and exit.
Page 28: Keypad LockoutGeneral Setting keYpAd lockout Squelch leVel Setup Press key to enter function menu. Press key to enter function menu. Turn the Main band selector knob to Turn the Main band selector knob to choose No 23 menu. The LCD displays 'SQL' choose No 21 menu.
Page 29: Sub Band Mute SetupGeneral Setting Press the selector knob to confirm current character and start edit Sub bAnd Mute Setup next character, after editing all 7 characters, press the selector knob To avoid the receiving of sub band disturbing the communication of the to edit and back to function menu.
Page 30: Rf Squelch Level SetupGeneral Setting RF Squelch leVel Setup ScAn dwell tiMe Setup When squelch level function is on, you can cancel squelch only when Press key to enter function menu. the signal strength reach the level setup by users. Turn the Main band selector knob to Press key to enter function menu.
Page 31: Offset Frequency SetupGeneral Setting number and frequency.If press key, it will change to VFO The edited channel shall be programmed as P SCAN before using Priority mode. channel scan function. NOTE Press the Main band selector knob or key to store value and back to function menu.
Page 32: 5tone Self Id EnquirGeneral Setting function. The LCD displays 'dTMF Id' Press the Main band selector knob or key to store value and Press the Main band selector knob to back to function menu. Press key or hold selector knob for over enter function setup. The LCD will show the DTMF self ID. 0.5 second to store setup and exit.
Page 33: Cross Band RepeatGeneral Setting NARROW: Narrow band (12.5KHz) key to store value and back to function menu. Press key or hold Press the Main band selector knob or selector knob for over 0.5 second to store setup and exit. key to store value and back to function menu.
Page 34: Am FunctionGeneral Setting VhF exteRnAl SpeAkeR poRt AM Function When the function setup as external (EXT), an external Dual Track Press key to enter function menu. speaker (SP-02) must be connected in order to hear the calling on VHF. Turn the Main band selector knob to The calling from VHF and UHF are separated in 2 tracks.
Page 35: Microphone OperationMicrophone Operation when the LCD displays'-', means minus offset. This function is valid only when current channel set with offset frequency. NOTE DOWN ： Numeric Keys Main/Sub band switch LOW: Output power setup, in standby, press the key programmed as as LOW function will change the lower level.When LCD displays HIGH, the transmitting power on current channel is high.
- Page 36 Microphone Operation REV: In standby, press the key programmed CALL OUT: Calling, in standby, press the as 'REV' function to turnon or turn off Talk key programmed as 'CALL OUT' function to Around function. transmit pre-programmed DTMF, 2TONE, 5TONE code. HOME: HOME channel switch, in standby press the key programmed COMP: Compander function in standby , press the key programmed as 'HOME'...
Page 37: Cable CloneCable Clone This feature will copy the programmed data and parameters in the master unit to slave units. It copies the parameters and memory program settings. Use optional CP51 cloning cable, connect the cable between the data jacks on both master and slave. Press and hold key, then press key to enter into cloning mode, LCD displays 'CLONE'.
Page 38: Programming Software Installing And Starting (in Windows Xp System)Programming Software Installing and Starting (in windows XP system) Double click ”QPS588UV setup.exe“, then follow the installing instruction. inStAll uSb cAble dRiVeR pRoGRAMMe 图1 Click start menu in computer, under “ALL PROGRAMS” menu, choose and click “USB To Com port” in QPS588UV program, install “USB To Com port”...
Page 39: MaintenanceMaintenance tRouble ShootinG Problem Problem Possible Causes and Potential Solutions (a) Power is on, nothing + and - polarities of power connection are reversed. Connect red lead to plus appears on Display. terminal and black lead to minus terminal of DC power supply. Check and solve problem resulting in blown fuse and replace fuse with new (b) Fuse is blown.
Page 40: SpecificationsSpecifications General Receiver (ETSI EN 300 086) TX: 144~146MHz (EXP:136~174MHz) Wide band Narrow band Sensitivity 430~440MHz (EXP:400~490MHz) ≤0.25μV ≤0.35μV Frequency Range (12dB SINAD) RX: 136~174MHz Adjacent Channel 400~490MHz ≥70dB ≥60dB Selectivity Number of Channels 758 channels Spurious Rejection ≥70dB ≥60dB 25KHz(Wide band) Audio Response +1~-3dB(0.3~3KHz)
Page 41: Attached ChartAttached Chart 1024 GRoupS dcS code 50 GRoupS ctcSS tone FRequencY(hz) 62.5 77.0 91.5 107.2 127.3 151.4 167.9 183.5 199.5 225.7 254.1 67.0 79.7 94.8 110.9 131.8 156.7 171.3 186.2 203.5 229.1 自定义 69.3 82.5 97.4 114.8 136.5 159.8 173.8 189.9 206.5 233.6 71.9 85.4 100.0 118.8 141.3 162.2 177.3 192.8 210.7 241.8 74.4 88.5 103.5 123.0 146.2 165.5 179.9 196.6 218.1 250.3...
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