If the battery is completely empty, the device will shut down to storage mode. In storage mode the LEDs are not active. Charge the device for a while and then turn it on to see the LED light.
Should the Voice Responder become unresponsive or show any other strange behavior, you can first try a soft-reset by pressing both PTT buttons and both arrow buttons until the LED turns off. Then press the Emergency button followed by the power button until the device turns off. Let go the power and then the Emergency button.
To hard reset when the device is on, press both arrow buttons (<) and (>), Emergency and power button at the same time. This should only be done when other ways have not worked as it is harsh on the processor.
Once the PTT Voice Responder is paired and connected, your phone will only send and receive audio through the device. The PTT functionality has to be enabled within your chosen PTT application. To find out how to set up your app with the AINA device, please look at our Product Manuals and Quick Guides section. If you cannot find a guide for your app, please contact us for assistance.
When pairing for the first time, press the Power button on your device for 3 seconds to turn on your Voice Responder and get into pairing mode. When your device is in pairing mode (LED blinking in green), enter your smartphone’s Bluetooth menu and search for your device using the Bluetooth friendly name printed on the back of your Voice Responder. Then follow the normal pairing process on your phone.
If you would like to pair your Voice Responder with another phone, you must press both PTT buttons and arrow buttons (< + >) until the device beeps twice and the LED turns off. This will reset the device and active its pairing mode. Also, you must ensure that the phone you are pairing your device to does not have in its Bluetooth memory any previous pairings with the PTT Voice Responder. Do this by ‘forgetting’ the previous pairing from the Bluetooth menu.
Yes, the PTT Voice Responder has an Ingress Protection of 67. These numbers stand for:
- 6 = dust tight and;
- 7 = protection against immersion, up to 1 m depth.
Yes, AINA’s device has passed the following MIL STD 810 G tests:
- Test Method 500.5 Low Pressure (Altitude)
- Test Method 501.5 High Temperature
- Test Method 502.5 Low Temperature
- Test Method 503.5 Temperature Shock
- Test Method 504.1 Contamination by Fluids
- Test Method 505.5 Solar Radiation
- Test Method 507.5 Humidity
- Test Method 509.5 Salt Fog
- Test Method 514.6 Vibration
- Test Method 516.6 Shock