Privacy Policy

1. Only original or approved antennas can be used. Unapproved antennas, modified antennas or antennas with added accessories may damage the radio or violate the regulations of the Radio Administration Bureau of the Ministry of Information Industry.
2. When using, do not pick up the antenna with your hands, let alone swing the radio around while carrying the antenna.
3. The walkie-talkie antenna cannot be unscrewed at will, otherwise the power tube (power amplifier) will be easily burned out during transmission.
4. Do not use damaged antennas. Otherwise, minor burns may occur if the damaged antenna comes into contact with the skin during transmission.

Battery usage precautions

1. Original or approved batteries should be used.
2. All batteries may cause damage or personal injury if metal conductors such as jewelry, keys or beads touch the exposed electrodes of the battery. Please handle a charged battery with caution, especially when placing it in a pocket, wallet, or other metal container.
3. Charging should be carried out in an environment of 5 to 40 degrees. If the temperature exceeds this range, the battery life will be affected and the battery may not be fully charged to the rated capacity.

Electromagnetic interference/electromagnetic compatibility

In order to avoid problems caused by electromagnetic interference and/or electromagnetic compatibility, walkie-talkies should be turned off in places with "Turn off intercom" signs, such as gas stations, hospitals, or other places where equipment is used; intercoms should also be turned off when flying. .

Precautions for operating the walkie-talkie

1. When the walkie-talkie is transmitting, keep the walkie-talkie in a vertical position and keep the distance between the microphone and the mouth 2.5-5 cm. When transmitting, keep the radio at least 2.5 cm away from your head or body.
2. Do not turn on and off multiple times during use, and adjust the volume to a volume that suits your hearing.

Safety precautions for using walkie-talkies

1. In a car with an airbag, do not place the intercom within the range that may be involved when the airbag deploys. If the intercom is in the area that may be involved when the air bag deploys, once the air bag deploys rapidly, the intercom may injure people in the car with great impact.
2. In potentially explosive atmospheres or situations, the walkie-talkie must be turned off unless it is a specially certified explosion-proof walkie-talkie. In potentially explosive atmospheres, electrical sparks can cause explosions or fires.
3. Do not replace or charge the battery in a potentially explosive atmosphere. Installation and removal of the battery may cause contact sparks and cause an explosion.
4. Before approaching the blasting area and the area where the detonator is located, the walkie-talkie must be turned off to avoid possible explosions.

Routine maintenance of walkie-talkies

1. After long-term use of the walkie-talkie, the buttons, control knobs and casing can easily become dirty. Please remove the control knob from the walkie-talkie and clean the casing with neutral detergent (do not use strong corrosive chemicals) and a damp cloth. The use of chemicals such as stain removers, alcohol, sprays or petroleum preparations may cause damage to the surface and casing of the radio.
2. Handle the walkie-talkie with care, and do not move the walkie-talkie by carrying the antenna.
3. When not using accessories such as headphones, please cover the dust cover (if equipped).