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Cobra MicroTalk 2 Operation Manual

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How to Use Your Cobra 

M i c ro Ta l k

2 - Way Radio

1

Features of This Product

• Two-way static-free

radio with up to a 
2 mile range

• Digital AM/FM 

Stereo Tuner

• AM/FM Memory

• 14 channels

• SuperFlex™ antenna

• Holster belt clip

• Roger beep 

confirmation tone

• Backlit LCD

• Stereo Headphones

• Speaker/Microphone/

Headphone jack

Contents
Features 
......................................................................................................1
The FRS Story ........................................................................................A1

FCC Warnings
Included Accessories

Controls & Indicators.........................................................................A2
Our Thanks to You ...............................................................................A3

Customer Support ...........................................................................A3

Operating your microTALK 

Battery Installation..............................................................................2
Turning On.............................................................................................3
Illuminating the Display ...................................................................3
Auto Squelch........................................................................................4
Maximum Range Extender/Auto Monitor.................................4
Select Channel/Station.....................................................................5
Mode Key ...............................................................................................6
Battery Low; Auto Battery Save......................................................7
Calling To Another Party...................................................................8
Talking To Another Party ..................................................................9
Talk Confirmation Tone/Standby Mode...................................10
microTALK Range..............................................................................11

Advanced Features .............................................................................11

Storing a Radio Station...................................................................12
Retrieving a Radio Station.............................................................13
Lock Function.....................................................................................14
Making Life Easier And Safer........................................................15
Holster-Belt Clip/Desk Stand........................................................16
External Microphone/Speaker Jack...........................................17

Caring for Your microTALK..............................................................18
Frequency Ranges ...............................................................................19
microTALK Specifications ................................................................19
Limited Two Year Warranty .............................................................21
Optional Accessories..........................................................................22
Order Form..............................................................................................23
If You Think You Need Service ......................................Back Cover

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1

Pull lock tab down
to remove battery
cover.

2

Insert four “AAA”
batteries. Position
batteries according
to po l a ri ty marki n g s.

Operation

2

Note

Batteries not included with

microTALK 2-way radio. Always

use high quality alkaline or

NiMH batteries.

Only the Cobra NiMH bat-
tery pack (Part #FA-BP) can
be recharged.

Incorrect positioning can
damage both the batteries
and the unit.

Note

When batteries are low

the

i n d i ca tor 

w i l lb l i n k .

Install Batteries

Battery
Installation

Operation

3

Note

You will be able to receive com-

munications only when the

unit is in the FRS,AM/FRS and

FM/FRS modes.

Turning On Your microTALK

Turning 
On Your
microTALK

1

Push and hold the 

POWER button for

3 seconds. An audible tone will indicate the
unit is on. (The unit will return to the mode
last selected before it was shut off).

Illuminating the Display

Illuminating
the Display

1

Push and release

LIGHT/MAX RANGE

button to illuminate display for ten seconds.

PUSH &

HOLD

PUSH &

RELEASE

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4

Operation

Note

To learn more about the range

of your microTALK,

see page 11.

Range is dependent on 

battery condition and 

geographic territory.

Auto Squelch

Maximum
Range
Extender

Maximum Range Extender

Au to squelch can be te m po ra rily re m oved to allow
all signals to enter (Maximum Range Exte n d e r ) .

Auto Squelch

Your microTALK is equipped with Auto Squelch,
which automatically shuts off weak transmissions
and unwanted noise due to ter rain conditions or
if you have reached your range limit.

1

Push and hold

LIGHT/MAX RANGE 

button to allow all signals to enter.

Auto Monitor

Auto Monitor

When the signal you want to hear is consistently
weak, you may place the radio in Maximum Range
mode without having to constantly hold the but-
ton: Press and hold the Maximum Range Extender
button for five seconds. To return to normal oper-
ation,momentarily press the Maximum Range
Extender button again or change channels.

5

Se l e ct Ch a n n e l / St at i o n

1

Tu rn on the micro TA L K .

2

Press the Mode button to choose be tween five 
d i f fe re nt mod e s :F R S ,A M ,A M / F R S , FM and
FM/FRS (a double beep will co n f i rm each 
s e l e ct i o n ) .

3

O n ce in a mod e, s e l e ct a channel and/or stat i o n
by moving the channel button up or dow n .

Select
Channel/
Station

Operation

PRESS

PUSH &

HOLD

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Operation

6

Mode Key

Mode Key

The Mode key allows you to choose between five
different modes:FRS,AM,AM/FRS,FM and
FM/FRS.A double-beep will confirm each selec-
tion.(If the unit has been turned on for a while it
will be necessary to hold the Mode key for 5 sec-
onds in order to activate the selection process A
double-beep will be heard).

Press

Mode key once to go to FRS mode and

select a channel by pressing channel button up
or down.Or, press Mode key again (within 5 sec-
onds) to go to AM mode. Select a station by
pressing the channel button up or down.

Or, press 

Mode key again (within 5 seconds) to

go to AM/FRS mode. This enables you to listen to
your favorite AM station while still being able to
transmit or receive incoming FRS transmissions.

Press it again (within 5 seconds) to go to FM
mode. Select a station by pressing the channel
button up or down.

Press the 

Mode key again (within 5 seconds) to

go to FM/FRS mode. This enables you to listen to
your favorite FM station while still being able to
transmit or receive incoming FRS transmissions.

Note

Playing this unit primarily as a

radio severely diminishes the

lifespan of the batteries.

Note

See page 12 for Prog ra m m i n g

AM/FM Ste reo Tuner Ch a n n e l

M e m o ry Loca t i o n s.

You will be able to re ce i ve co m-

m u n i cations only when the unit

is in the FRS, AM/FRS and

FM/FRS mod e s.

Operation

7

Battery Low

Note

When  battery capacity is at

the 1/4 level it is recommended

that you replace alkaline bat-

teries or recharge your NIMH

(Nickel Metal Hydride) battery

pack.

Only the Cobra NiMH battery

(Part#FA-BP) pack can be

recharged.

Note

NiMH rechargeable battery

Pack (item#FA-BP) and desktop

battery charger (item #FA-CR)

are not included with this unit .

Battery Low

When in normal use, the 

icon may begin

flashing. This is a warning to you that your
batteries are getting low.

Replace alkaline batteries as soon as possible or
recharge NiMH battery pack.

Note

To change modes after one has

been selected hold Mode butto n

until double -beep is heard.

Ch oose a new one by pre s s i n g

M ode button until desired selec-

tion is re a c h e d.

PRESS

Note

The Auto Battery Save Circuit

does not effect the unit ’s ability

to receive incoming transmis-

sions.

Auto Battery Save

When in the FRS mode your FRS 115 has a unique
circuit designed to extend battery life. If there are
no transmissions within 10 seconds, the unit will
automatically switch to battery save mode and

will be shown in the display.

Auto Battery
Power Save

FLASHING 

ICON

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9

Operation

Note

While the 

TALK button is

depressed you cannot 
receive incoming calls.

Note

Your microTALK radio must be
turned on to the same FRS
channel as the person you are
calling in order to communi-
cate.

Talking To
Another Party

Talking To Another Party

3

Hold mic about 
2 inches from
mouth. Speak in 
a normal voice.

4

After speaking,
release

TALK 

button and listen
for response.

1

Push and hold
TALK button.

2

The 
i n d i cato r will be
displayed.

Operation

8

Note

You can only receive FRS trans-

missions while in one of the

following 3 modes:FRS,

AM/FRS or FM/FRS.

When in any of the ab ove

modes you will receive incom-

ing transmissions automatical-

ly. Once transmission ceases

the unit will automatically

revert back to the previously

selected radio station.

Calling Another Party

To alert another par ty you wish to communicate
with them:

Turn on the microTALK 2-way radio.
Select any of the 14 channels by moving the
channel button up or down.

Push and release call button. The 

icon will

remain on for 3 seconds. The unit you are calling
will hear a 2-second ring tone.

Wait for the party’s response or proceed to
“Talking to Another Party” on next page.

Calling
Another Party

PUSH &

HOLD

PUSH &

RELEASE

RELEASE

RELEASE

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Advanced Features

microTALK Range

Your micro TALK Radio has a range of up to 2 miles.
This effective range can be shortened under 
some conditions.

Under flat, open 
conditions you 
will experience
the microTALK’s
maximum range.

Range can be
reduced by
buildings and 
foliage in the 
path of the signal.

Range will be
further reduced by
dense foliage and
hilly terrain.

Note

To achieve maximum 

range the auto squelch 

can be overridden. Refer to

Maximum Range Extender sec-

tion on page 5.

microTALK
Range

10

Operation

Roger Beep
Confirmation
Tone

Standby Mode

Note

While the 

TALK button 

is depressed you cannot 

receive incoming calls.

Standby Mode

When finished talking:

1

Release

TALK button to receive incoming 

transmissions.

Your microTALK is always in the standby mode
when the 

TALK button is not depressed (while

in the FRS,AM/FRS,FM/FRS mode).

2

Adjust volume by pushing
DOWN/UP buttons.

Your listener will hear an 
audible tone when you 
release the 

TALK button.

This alerts the other party
t h at you are finished talki n g
and it’s OK for them to be g i n
t a l ki n g.

Roger Beep Confirmation Tone

11

Operation

RELEASE

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Advanced Features

13

To set second memory station,tune to station,
press Mode button briefly, press Channel
up/down button until MEM 2 is reached, briefly
press Lock button (a double-beep will confirm
selection). Repeat above steps to store additional
stations.

Retrieving a Radio Station

To retrieve your favorite station press the Mode
button twice. The MEM icon will flash.

Press the Channel up/down key until the desired
station in the memory bank has been reached.

Repeat above to go to another station.

To return to manual tuning press the Mode but-
ton once and press the Channel up/down button
to reach the desired station.

To change to another mode hold the Mode but-
ton in for 5 seconds until you hear a double-beep
and then continue to press until the desired
mode has been reached.

Retrieving a
Radio Station

Advanced Features

12

Note

To quickly advance stations

hold the Channel button down

until a double-beep is heard.

The stations will then scroll

rapidly.

Note

The headphone cord acts as a

radio antenna;try to keep cord

extended  in a simple loop for

best reception.

Digital AM/FM Stereo

Your microTALK also functions as an AM/FM
stereo tuner. It provides complete coverage of all
AM and FM bands, in stereo, where available. The 
stations are digitally tuned for impr oved ease of
selection and clarity of signal.

Selecting/Storing a Radio Station

Your microTALK has a ten station memory (5 AM,
5 FM ) for storing your favorite stations.

Press Mode button to select AM or FM.

Push Channel up/down button until desired 
channel is reached.

Press Mode button once. MEM 1 will flash. Briefly
press Lock button.A double-beep will indicate
selection has been entered.

Digital
AM/FM Stereo

PRESS

PUSH

UP/DOWN 

PRESS

BRIEFLY

PRESS

PUSH

UP/DOWN 

Selecting/
Storing a
Radio Station

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15

Making Life Easier and Safer

microTALK 2-Way Radio Can Make Life
Easier and Safer

As you become familiar with your microTALK
Radio you will find many of your own uses for the
unit. Some suggestions include:

microTALK 
2-Way Radio
Can Make 
Life Easier
and Safer

Talking with fellow
hikers.

Keeping track 
of the kids in a 
shopping mall.

Communicating
between basement
and first, second or
third floor.

Talking to a 
neighbor or a 
friend.

14

Advanced Features

Note

Call button, Range Extender

button and PTT button  do not

lock and are fully

operational while the unit is

locked.

The unit cannot lock while in

function mode.

Lock Function
(in FRS Mode)

Lock Function (in FRS Mode)

The purpose of the LOCK function is to lock most
buttons to avoid accidental operation.

To engage the LOCK function:

1

Push and release 

button.

icon flashes.

most buttons are locked.

2

To “unlock” push and release

button

again. Buttons are “unlocked” and 

icon 

disappears.

PUSH &

RELEASE

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17

E x t e rnal Headphone Jack

Note

Plugging in headphone defeats

main speaker.

Exte rnal Headphone Ja c k

An external headphone jack is included with your
microtalk 2-way radio.

To attach the headphone jack:

1

Insert plug into the Headphone jack.

External
Headphone
Jack

Exte rnal Mi c ro p h o n e / Spe a ke r

Your microTALK 2-Way Radio can be fitted with 
an external microphone/speaker, (not included)
freeing your hands for other tasks.
To attach an external microphone/speaker:

1

Insert plug into the Spkr/Mic jack.

16

Checking on traveling
companions in 
another car.

Agree on a meeting
spot after an event.

Holster/Belt Clip/Desk Stand

Your microTALK Radio comes with a custom mold-
ed plastic holster. Its unique dual-function design
enables it to act as a handy desktop storage unit,
as well as easily attaching to your belt for maxi-
mum convenience and portability.

1. Desk Stand

2. Belt Clip

Holster-
Belt Clip and
Desk Stand

Making Life Easier and Safer

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I.GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

A.FREQUENCIES

CHANNEL ASSIGNMENT

CH 1: 462.5625MHz

CH   8: 467.5625MHz 

CH2: 462.5875MHz

CH   9: 467.5875MHz 

CH 3: 462.6125MHz

CH 10: 467.6125MHz 

CH 4: 462.6375MHz

CH 11: 467.6375MHz 

CH 5: 462.6625MHz

CH 12: 467.6625MHz 

CH 6: 462.6875MHz

CH 13: 467.6875MHz 

CH 7: 462.7125MHz

CH 14: 467.7125MHz 

C.RECEIVER

UNIT 

NOMINAL

1. SENSITIVITY

FOR 12 DB SINAD  

dBm 

-119

FOR CALL SIG.DETECTION 

dB m

-121

2. MAX. AUDIO OUTPUT @10% THD

mW

150

3. MAX.S/N RATIO @ 1mV RF INPUT 

dB 

45

4. SQUELCH 

a) SENSITIVITY

dB m

-121

19

microTALK

Specifications

Caring for Your

Radio

19

Never place the 
unit in water or in 
a moist place.

Avoid exposure
to extreme 
temperatures.

Caring for Your microTALK Radio

The microTALK 2 Way Radio will give you years 
of service if cared for properly.

Here are some suggestions:

Caring 
for Your
microTALK
Radio

Note

Modifying or tampering 

with the radio’s internal 

components can cause 

malfunction and will 

invalidate the warranty.

If your radio is not performing

as it should, please call Cobra

at 773.889.3087.

Do not return the unit t o

the retailer.

Handle unit gently.

Keep away
from dust.

18

Caring for your                   Radio

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COBRA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION warrants that its
COBRA FRS Radios, and the component parts thereof, will
be free of defects in workmanship and materials for period
of two (2) years from the date of first consumer purchase.
This warranty may be enforced by the first consumer 
purchaser, provided that the product is utilized within 
the U.S.A.

COBRA will,without charge, repair or replace, at its option,
defective FRS radios, products or component parts upon
delivery to the COBRA factory Service Departmen t, accom-
panied by proof of the date of first consumer purchase,
such as a duplicated copy of a sales receipt.

You must pay any initial shipping charges required to ship
the product for warranty service, but the return charges
will be at Cobra's expense, if the product is repaired or
replaced under warranty.

Exclusions: This limited warranty does not apply; 1) to any
product damaged by accident;2) in the event of misuse or
abuse of the product or as a result of unauthorized alter-
ations or repairs;3) if the serial number has been altered,
defaced or removed;4) if the owner of the product resides
outside the U.S.A.

All implied warranties, including warranties of 
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose 
are limited in duration to the length of this warranty.

COBRA shall not be liable for any incidental, conse-
quential or other damages;including, without limita-

Cobra Electronics
Corporation

6500 West Cortland Street

Chicago, Illinois 60707

21

Limited Two Year Warranty

20

b) ATTACK TIME 

mS 

120

c) CLOSING TIME 

mS 

200

5. AUDIO FREQUENCY RESP.

@ 300 HZ

dB 

-15

@ 2500 HZ 

dB 

-10

6. SIGNAL DISPLACEMENT BW

+/-KHZ 5

7. ADJACENT CH.REJECTION 

dB 

60

8. INTERMODULATION REJECTION 

dB 

65

9. SPURIOUS RESPONSE REJECTION 

dB 

65

D. TRANSMITTER 

UNIT 

NOMINAL

1. EFFECTIVE RADIATED POWER

mW 

500

2. CARRIER FREQ.STABILIT Y

H z

200

3. MODULATION LIMITING

KHz 

2.5

4. CARRIER ATTACK TIME

mS 

30

5. AUDIO FREQUENCY RESPONSE

@ 300 HZ 

dB

-10

@ 2500 HZ 

dB

4

6. AUDIO DISTORTION 

%

3

7. HUM NOISE 

dB 

38

8. TRANSIENT FREQ.BEHAVIOR

a) TX ON

mS 

30

b) TX OFF 

mS 

5

E. POWER SUPPLY

1. BATTERY LIFE (1:1:18 RATIO) 

HR 

24

2. BATTERY

V

4.2 - 6.0

microTALK

Specifications

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2 Port Desktop Charger

Charges two microTALK radios
or two NiMH battery packs.
FA- C R

$ 1 9 . 9 5

23

Accessory Order Form

Please print clearly

Name

Address (No P.O. Box)

City

State

Zip

Telephone (       )

Credit Card No.

Exp. Date

Customer Signature

Circle One: Visa    MasterCard    Discover

Allow 7–10 days for delivery. Offer valid in Continental U.S.only.

For credit card orders fill out order

form and fax to:  1.773.622.2269

or call 1.773.889.3087

(Press 1 from the main menu)

8:00 am - 6:00 pm, M-F, CST.

Make check or money order (no

stamps) payable to:

Cobra Electronics

Accessories Dept.

6500 West Cortland St. Chicago, IL

6 0 7 0 7

$25.00 and under

$4.75

$25.01 - $40.00

$6.95

$40.01 - $80.00

$ 9 . 2 5

$80.01 - $120.00

$ 1 0 . 2 5

$120.01 - $160.00

$ 1 1 . 7 5

$160.01 and up

$14.50

Amount

Shipping/

of Order

Handling

Shipping & Handling

For AK,HI and PR please
add an additional $15.00
for UPS shipments.

Subtotal

(Tax if applicable)  

Shipping/handling

Total 

Tax Table
Illinois residents add 7%
Cook Co. residents add .75% (7.75% total)
Chicago residents add 1% (8.75% total)

Indiana residents add 5%
Michigan residents add 4 % 
Ohio residents add 6%
Wisconsin residents add 5%

Prices subject to change 

without notice.

FA-HR1

Replacement Holster

$4.95

MA-VOX

Vox Headset Mic

$49.95

MA-EBM

Ear Bud Mic with PTT

$29.95

MA-SM

Lapel Speaker/ Microphone 

$24.95

FA-BP

Battery

$29.95

FA-CR

Charger

$19.95

Item #

Description

Cost Ea.

Qty.

Amount

NiMH Rechargeable 

Battery Pack

High performance Nickel
Metal Hydride battery pack for
multiple charging.
FA-BP

$ 2 9 . 9 5

22

Vox Headset Mic

VOX (Voice Operated
Transmitter) headset and
microphone allows
hands-free operation.
MA-VOX

$49.95

You Can Find These Fine Accessories At Your Local Cobra Dealer
If you wish, you can order directly from Cobra.

Order by phone
Call 1.773.889.3087 (Press 1 from the main menu) 8 a.m.-6 p.m. M-F CST. )

Order by mail or fax
Please fill out order form on ne xt page, and mail/fax directly to Cobra.

Order over the Web
www.cobraelectronics.com

Ear Bud Mi c
with PTT

Co m p a ct earbud and micro-
phone with Pu s h - to - Talk switc h .
M A- E B M

$29.95 

Lapel Speaker/

Microphone

Remote microphone/speaker
with Push-to-Talk switch.
M A- S M

$ 2 4 . 9 5

Replacement 
Holster

FA- H R 1

$ 4 . 9 5

Optional Accessories

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2 Way Radio

O pe rating Instru ctions for your 

Nothing comes close to a Co b ra ™

Cobra Electronics Corporation
6500 West Cortland Street
Chicago, IL 60707

Cobra Electronics Corp.© 2000
Printed in China

Part No. 480-115-P-001

For te c h n i cal assistance, please call our Au to m a ted Help Desk which can assist 

you by answering the most fre q u e n t ly asked questions about Co b ra prod u ct s.

(773) 889-3087 

24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

A Consumer Service Representative can be reached through this same number 

8:00 am - 6:00 pm,Monday through Friday, CST.

Technical assistance is also available on-line in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section at

www.cobraelectronics.comor by e-mail to productinfo@cobraelectronics.com

If you think you need service call 1.773.889.3087

“If your product should require factory service please call Cobra first before sending your 

unit in. This will ensure the fastest turn-around time on your repair.”

You may be asked to send your unit to the Cobra factory. It will be necessary to furnish the follow-
ing in order to have the product serviced and returned.

1. For Warranty Repair include some form of pr oof-of-purchase, such as a mechanical reproduction

or carbon of a sales receipt. If you send the original receipt it cannot be returned.

2. Send the entire product.

3. Enclose a description of what is happening with the unit.Include a typed or clearly print name

and address of where the unit is to be returned.

4. Pack unit securely to pr event damage in transit. If possible, use the original packing material.

If You Think You Need Service

FRS 115

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The Family Radio Service Story

A1

1

2

The Family Radio Service Story

Ever wish you could talk to someone who wasn’t
within earshot? Like contacting ski partners back
at the lodge? Or letting a friend know how to find
you in a busy mall? Cobra’s microTALK FRS 115 is a
great way for friends or family to increase their
fun–and safe ty – by staying in touch while on the go.

The FCC (Federal Communications Commission)
has created 14 license free frequency bands,
or channels, called Family Radio Service (FRS) 
frequencies. These channels are in the UHF 
(Ultra High Frequency) band which means great
penetration through buildings, thick forests, hills,
and other dense structures. They are also FM
(Frequency Modulation) signals which means
crystal clear reception even in crowded noisy
environments.

FCC Warnings

Replacement or substitution of transistors, regular
diodes or other parts of a unique nature, with
parts other than those recommended by Cobra,
may cause a violation of the technical regulations
of part 95 of the FCC Rules, or violation of Type
Acceptance requirements of Part 2 of the Rules.

Included with your microTALK

1.

Holster/Belt Clip/Desk Stand

2.

Stereo Headphones

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Controls and Indicators

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1 0

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1 3

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Thank you for purchasing the Cobra FRS 115 
2-way Radio. Properly used, this Cobra product
will give you many years of reliable service.

Customer Support

Should you encounter any problems with the 
product or not understand its many features,
please refer to this owner’s manual. If, after 
referring to the manual, you still need help,
call Cobra Customer Service at 773.889.3087.

Our Thanks to You

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Co b ra Cu s tomer Se rv i ce

L i ve ope ra tors are available 

M-F 8:00 am - 6:00 pm CST at:

773.889.3087 

Au to m a ted Te c h n i cal As s i s t a n ce

available 24 hours a day,s eve n

d ays a we e k .E-mail questions to :

p rod u ct info @ co b ra e l e ct r n i c s. co m

Co b ra on the Wo rld Wide We b :

Fre q u e n t ly As ked Questions (FAQ )

can be found on-line at:

w w w. co b ra e l e ct ro n i c s. co m

1 3

1.

Antenna

2.

Microphone/Speaker/
Headphone Jack

3.

On/Off Power Button

4.

LCD Display Panel

5.

Light/Max Range Button

6.

Down/Up Volume Control

7.

Speaker

8 .

Battery Compartment

9.

Talk Button

10.

Call Button

11.

Channel Select Button

12.

Battery Charge 
Pads

13.

Mode Key

14.

Key Lock

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