PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL TWO-WAY RADIO
MOTOTRBO™
SL7550 & SL7590
PORTABLES
USER GUIDE
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Declaration of Conformity
This declaration is applicable to your radio only if your radio is labeled with the FCC logo shown below.
Declaration of Conformity
Per FCC CFR 47 Part 2 Section 2.1077(a)
Responsible Party
Name: Motorola Solutions, Inc.
Address: 1303 East Algonquin Road, Schaumburg, IL 60196-1078, U.S.A.
Phone Number: 1-800-927-2744
Hereby declares that the product:
Model Name: SL7550 & SL7590
conforms to the following regulations:
FCC Part 15, subpart B, section 15.107(a), 15.107(d) and section 15.109(a)
Class B Digital Device
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As a personal computer peripheral, this device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt
RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will
not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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Contents
Declaration of Conformity................................................. i
Notes.......................................................................... 1
Important Safety Information............................................ 2
Software Version ........................................................... 3
Computer Software Copyrights ........................................ 4
Handling Precautions ..................................................... 5
RF Energy Exposure and Product Safety Guidelines and
Instructions .................................................................. 6
Notes.......................................................................... 7
Getting Started ............................................................. 8
How to Use This Guide............................................. 8
What Your Dealer/System Administrator Can Tell
You ...................................................................... 8
Preparing Your Radio for Use .......................................... 9
Charging the Battery ................................................ 9
Attaching the Battery.............................................. 10
Attaching the Earpiece/Audio Accessory .................... 10
Powering Up the Radio............................................ 11
Adjusting the Volume .............................................. 11
Identifying Radio Controls ............................................. 12
Radio Controls...................................................... 12
Programmable Buttons ........................................... 13
Assignable Radio Functions .............................. 13
Assignable Settings or Utility Functions................ 15
Using the 4-Way Navigation Disc.............................. 15
Accessing the Programmed Functions ....................... 16
Using the Keypad .................................................. 17
Push-To-Talk (PTT) Button ...................................... 18
IP Site Connect..................................................... 19
Capacity Plus ....................................................... 19
Linked Capacity Plus .............................................
Identifying Status Indicators...........................................
Display Icons........................................................
Call Icons ............................................................
Utilities Icons ........................................................
Mini Notice Icons...................................................
Sent Item Icons ....................................................
Job Tickets Icons ..................................................
LED Indicator .......................................................
Audio Tones .........................................................
Indicator Tones .....................................................
Making and Receiving Calls ..........................................
Selecting a Zone ...................................................
Selecting a Channel...............................................
Receiving and Responding to a Radio Call .................
Receiving and Responding to a Group Call...........
Receiving and Responding to a Private Call...........
Receiving an All Call ........................................
Receiving and Responding to a Phone Call...........
Making a Radio Call...............................................
Making a Group Call ........................................
Making a Private Call ......................................
Making an All Call ...........................................
Making a Phone Call with the One Touch Access
Button ...........................................................
Making a Group, Private or All Call with the
Programmable Number Key ..............................
Making a Phone Call with the Programmable
Phone Button .................................................
Stopping a Radio Call ............................................
Talkaround ...........................................................
Monitoring Features ...............................................
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Monitoring a Channel .......................................
Permanent Monitor ..........................................
Advanced Features .....................................................
Radio Check ........................................................
Sending a Radio Check ....................................
Remote Monitor ....................................................
Initiating Remote Monitor ..................................
Scan Lists............................................................
Viewing an Entry in the Scan List........................
Viewing an Entry in the Scan List by Alias
Search ..........................................................
Editing the Scan List ........................................
Scan...................................................................
Setting an Active Scan List ................................
Starting and Stopping Scan ...............................
Responding to a Transmission During a
Scan.............................................................
Deleting a Nuisance Channel.............................
Restoring a Nuisance Channel ...........................
Contact Settings ...................................................
Making a Group Call from Contacts.....................
Making a Private Call from Contacts ...................
Making a Phone Call from Contacts ....................
Making a Call Alias Search ...............................
Making a Group, Private, Phone or All Call by
Alias Search ..................................................
Assigning an Entry to a Programmable Number
Key .............................................................
Removing the Association between Entry and
Programmable Number Key .............................
Adding a New Contact......................................
Sending a Message to a Contact ........................
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Call Indicator Settings ............................................
Activating and Deactivating Call Ringers for Call
Alert ............................................................
Activating and Deactivating Call Ringers for
Private Calls ..................................................
Activating and Deactivating Call Ringers for Text
Message .......................................................
Activating and Deactivating Call Ringers for
Telemetry Status with Text.................................
Assigning Ring Styles ......................................
All Tones .......................................................
Ring Alert Type Selection ..................................
Escalating Alarm Tone Volume ...........................
Call Log Features ..................................................
Viewing Recent Calls .......................................
Missed Call Screen..........................................
Storing an Alias from a Call List..........................
Deleting a Call from a Call List ...........................
Viewing Details from a Call List ..........................
Call Alert Operation ...............................................
Receiving and Responding to a Call Alert .............
Making a Call Alert from the Contact List ..............
Making a Call Alert with the One Touch Access
Button ...........................................................
Emergency Operation ............................................
Receiving an Emergency Alarm .........................
Responding to an Emergency Alarm ...................
Sending an Emergency Alarm............................
Sending an Emergency Alarm with Call ...............
Sending an Emergency Alarm with Voice to
Follow ..........................................................
Reinitiating an Emergency Mode ........................
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Exiting Emergency Mode ..................................
Text Message Features ..........................................
Writing and Sending a Text Message...................
Sending a Quick Text Message ..........................
Sending a Quick Text Message ..........................
Accessing the Drafts Folder...............................
Managing Fail-to-Send Text Messages ................
Managing Sent Text Messages ..........................
Receiving a Text Message ................................
Managing Received Text Messages ....................
Job Tickets ..........................................................
Accessing the Job Ticket Folder .........................
Responding to the Job Ticket.............................
Deleting a Job Ticket........................................
Privacy................................................................
Covert Mode ........................................................
Entering Covert Mode ......................................
Exiting Covert Mode ........................................
Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF)...........................
Multi-Site Controls .................................................
Starting an Automatic Site Search ......................
Stopping an Automatic Site Search .....................
Starting a Manual Site Search............................
Security...............................................................
Radio Disable .................................................
Radio Enable .................................................
Lone Worker ........................................................
Password Lock Features ........................................
Accessing the Radio from Password ...................
Unlocking the Radio from Locked State ...............
Turning the Password Lock On or Off ..................
Changing the Password....................................
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Bluetooth Operation .............................................. 100
Turning Bluetooth On and Off ........................... 100
Finding and Connecting to a Bluetooth
Device ......................................................... 101
Finding and Connecting from a Bluetooth Device
(Discoverable Mode) ....................................... 101
Disconnecting from a Bluetooth Device ............... 102
Switching Audio Route .................................... 102
Viewing Device Details .................................... 102
Editing Device Name ...................................... 103
Deleting Device Name..................................... 103
Bluetooth Mic Gain ......................................... 104
Notification List .................................................... 104
Accessing the Notification List........................... 104
Over-the-Air-Programming (OTAP) .......................... 105
Utilities ............................................................... 105
Locking and Unlocking the Keypad .................... 105
Turning Keypad Tones On or Off ....................... 106
Turning the Option Board Feature(s) On or
Off............................................................... 106
Identifying Cable Type ..................................... 106
Turning the Voice Operating Transmission (VOX)
Feature On or Off ........................................... 107
Controlling the Display Backlight ....................... 107
Turning the Radio Tones/Alerts On or Off ............ 108
Setting the Tone Alert Volume Offset Level ........... 108
Turning the Talk Permit Tone On or Off ............... 109
Setting the Text Message Alert Tone .................. 109
Changing the Display Mode.............................. 110
Adjusting the Display Brightness ....................... 111
Wallpaper Mode............................................. 112
Screen Saver Mode ........................................ 112
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Audio Accessory ............................................ 113
Auto Keypad Lock .......................................... 113
Language ..................................................... 113
Turning the LED Indicator On or Off ................... 114
Voice Announcement ...................................... 114
Digital Mic AGC (Mic AGC-D) ........................... 115
Intelligent Audio ............................................. 115
Turning the Acoustic Feedback Suppressor
Feature On or Off ........................................... 117
Text Entry Configuration .................................. 118
Accessing General Radio Information ................. 123
RSSI Values.................................................. 125
Accessories .............................................................. 126
Antennas ............................................................ 126
Audio Accessories ................................................ 126
Batteries............................................................. 126
Bluetooth ............................................................ 126
Cables ............................................................... 127
Carry Devices...................................................... 127
Chargers ............................................................ 127
Miscellaneous Accessories .................................... 127
Batteries and Chargers Warranty................................... 128
The Workmanship Warranty ................................... 128
The Capacity Warranty .......................................... 128
Limited Warranty ........................................................ 128
MOTOROLA COMMUNICATION PRODUCTS ........... 128
I. WHAT THIS WARRANTY COVERS AND FOR
HOW LONG: ....................................................... 128
II. GENERAL PROVISIONS: .................................. 129
III. STATE LAW RIGHTS: ....................................... 129
IV. HOW TO GET WARRANTY SERVICE: ................ 129
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V. WHAT THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT
COVER: ............................................................. 130
VI. PATENT AND SOFTWARE PROVISIONS: ........... 130
VII. GOVERNING LAW: ......................................... 131
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Important Safety Information
RF Energy Exposure and Product Safety Guide
for Portable Two-Way Radios
ATTENTION!
This radio is restricted to Occupational use only. Before
using the radio, read the RF Energy Exposure and Product
Safety Guide for Portable Two-Way Radios which contains
important operating instructions for safe usage and RF
energy awareness and control for Compliance with applicable
standards and Regulations.
For a list of Motorola-approved antennas, batteries, and other
accessories, visit the following website:
http://www.motorolasolutions.com
Any modification to this device, not expressly authorized by
Motorola, may void the user’s authority to operate this device.
Under Industry Canada regulations, this radio transmitter may
only operate using an antenna of a type and maximum (or
lesser) gain approved for the transmitter by Industry Canada. To
reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna
type and its gain should be so chosen that the equivalent
isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) is not more than that
necessary for successful communication.
This radio transmitter has been approved by Industry Canada
to operate with Motorola-approved antenna with the maximum
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permissible gain and required antenna impedance for each
antenna type indicated. Antenna types not included in this list,
having a gain greater than the maximum gain indicated for that
type, are strictly prohibited for use with this device.
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Software Version
Software Version
All the features described in the following sections are
supported by the radio's software version R02.06.20 or later.
See Checking the Firmware Version and Codeplug Version
on page 124 to determine your radio's software version.
Check with your dealer or system administrator for more details
of all the features supported.
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Computer Software Copyrights
The Motorola products described in this manual may
include copyrighted Motorola computer programs stored in
semiconductor memories or other media. Laws in the United
States and other countries preserve for Motorola certain
exclusive rights for copyrighted computer programs including,
but not limited to, the exclusive right to copy or reproduce in
any form the copyrighted computer program. Accordingly, any
copyrighted Motorola computer programs contained in the
Motorola products described in this manual may not be copied,
reproduced, modified, reverse-engineered, or distributed in any
manner without the express written permission of Motorola.
Furthermore, the purchase of Motorola products shall not be
deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppel, or
otherwise, any license under the copyrights, patents or patent
applications of Motorola, except for the normal non-exclusive
license to use that arises by operation of law in the sale of
a product.
The AMBE+2™ voice coding Technology embodied in this
product is protected by intellectual property rights including
patent rights, copyrights and trade secrets of Digital Voice
Systems, Inc.
This voice coding Technology is licensed solely for use within
this Communications Equipment. The user of this Technology
is explicitly prohibited from attempting to decompile, reverse
engineer, or disassemble the Object Code, or in any other way
convert the Object Code into a human-readable form.
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U.S. Pat. Nos. #5,870,405, #5,826,222, #5,754,974,
#5,701,390, #5,715,365, #5,649,050, #5,630,011, #5,581,656,
#5,517,511, #5,491,772, #5,247,579, #5,226,084 and
#5,195,166.
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Handling Precautions
Handling Precautions
The MOTOTRBO Series Digital Portable radio meets IP54
specifications, allowing the radio to withstand adverse field
conditions such as being exposed to water or dust.
• Keep your radio clean and exposure to water should be
avoided to help ensure proper functionality and performance.
• To clean the exterior surfaces of the radio, use a diluted
solution of mild dishwashing detergent and fresh water (i.e.
one teaspoon of detergent to one gallon of water).
• These surfaces should be cleaned whenever a periodic visual
inspection reveals the presence of smudges, grease, and/or
grime.
The effects of certain chemicals and their
vapors can have harmful results on certain
plastics. Avoid using aerosol sprays, tuner
cleaners and other chemicals.
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RF Energy Exposure and Product
Safety Guidelines and Instructions
For more detailed proper usage instructions, warnings and
cautions, refer to the RF Energy Exposure and Product Safety
Guide for Portable Two-Way Radios booklet.
• To ensure a comfortable audio level and compliance with RF
energy exposure limits, do not hold the radio against the ear
or alongside the head.
• Use only in front of the face or with Motorola Solutions
approved audio accessories and carry cases to ensure
compliance with RF energy exposure limits.
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Notes
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Getting Started
The following topics are covered:
♦ How to Use This Guide ................................................ 8
♦ What Your Dealer/System Administrator Can Tell
You.......................................................................... 8
How to Use This Guide
What Your Dealer/System Administrator
Can Tell You
You can consult your dealer or system administrator about the
following:
• Is your radio programmed with any preset conventional
channels?
• Which buttons have been programmed to access other
features?
• What optional accessories may suit your needs?
This User Guide covers the basic operation of the MOTOTRBO
Portables.
• What are the best radio usage practices for effective
communication?
However, your dealer or system administrator may have
customized your radio for your specific needs. Check with your
dealer or system administrator for more information.
• What maintenance procedures will help promote longer radio
life?
For features that are available in both conventional Analog and
Digital modes, no icon is shown.
For features that are available in a conventional multi-site mode,
see IP Site Connect on page 19 for more information.
Selected features are also available on the single-site trunking
mode, Capacity Plus. See Capacity Plus on page 19 for
more information.
Selected features are also available in the multi-site trunking
mode, Linked Capacity Plus. See Linked Capacity Plus on
page 20 for more information.
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Preparing Your Radio for Use
Preparing Your Radio for Use
The following topics are covered:
♦ Charging the Battery.................................................... 9
♦ Attaching the Battery ................................................. 10
♦ Attaching the Earpiece/Audio Accessory........................ 10
♦ Powering Up the Radio ............................................... 11
♦ Adjusting the Volume .................................................. 11
Charging the Battery
Your radio is powered by a Lithium-Ion (Li-lon) battery. To avoid
damage and comply with warranty terms, charge the battery
using a Motorola charger exactly as described in the charger
user guide. All chargers can charge only Motorola authorized
batteries. Other batteries may not charge. It is recommended
your radio remains powered off while charging.
Charge a new battery 14 to 16 hours before initial use for best
performance. Prior to charging a battery with the radio, it is
recommended to turn the radio off. Batteries charge best at
room temperature.
The battery charging icon will be displayed until the user
unplugs the USB cable or takes the radio out of the charger.
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Attaching the Battery
1 Align the battery contacts with the contacts inside the
Attaching the Earpiece/Audio Accessory
battery compartment. Insert the contact side of the battery
first. Gently push the battery into place.
The audio jack is located on the antenna side of the radio. It is
used to connect accessories to the radio.
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Audio Jack
2 To attach battery cover, align it in place and slide the battery
latch until it snaps into place. Slide battery latch into lock
position.
1 Lift up the flap of the Audio Jack cover. Align the indicators
on both the connector and housing, then push until it fits in
properly.
2 Rotate connector clockwise or counterclockwise to lock.
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3 To unlock, rotate until the indicators on both the connector
and housing are aligned. Pull out the connector gently to
disconnect from radio.
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Battery
Latch
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Indicators
Adjusting the Volume
To increase the volume, push the Volume Button up.
To decrease the volume, push the volume button down.
Note:
Powering Up the Radio
Your radio can be programmed to have
a minimum volume offset where the
volume level cannot be lowered past the
programmed minimum volume. Check with
your dealer or system administrator for
more information.
Press the On/Off button on the front keypad. You see a
welcome message or welcome image.
The LED blinks green.
LED
Indicator
Volume
Button
On/Off
Button
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Preparing Your Radio for Use
OR
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Identifying Radio Controls
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The following topics are covered:
♦ Radio Controls .........................................................
♦ Programmable Buttons ..............................................
♦ Using the 4-Way Navigation Disc .................................
♦ Accessing the Programmed Functions ..........................
♦ Using the Keypad .....................................................
♦ Push-To-Talk (PTT) Button..........................................
♦ IP Site Connect ........................................................
♦ Capacity Plus...........................................................
♦ Linked Capacity Plus .................................................
Radio Controls
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1. LED Indicator
2. Push-to-Talk (PTT) Button
3. Display
4. Microphone
5. Volume Button
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6. Front Button P1
8. Emergency Button
9. 4–way Navigation Disc
Note:
The programmed duration of a button press
is applicable for all assignable radio/utility
functions or settings. See Emergency
Operation on page 67 for more information
on the programmed duration of the
Emergency button.
10. Antenna
11. Speaker
12. Front Button P2
13. Back/Home Button
14. Menu/OK Button
15. Keypad
Programmable Buttons
Assignable Radio Functions
Actions — A programmable button to access a CPS
programmable action list.
Audio Routing — Toggles audio routing between internal and
external speakers.
Bluetooth® Audio Switch — Toggles audio routing between
internal radio speaker and external Bluetooth-enabled
accessory.
Contacts — Provides direct access to the Contacts list.
Your dealer can program the programmable buttons as
shortcuts to radio functions or preset channels/groups
depending on the duration of a button press:
• Short press – Pressing and releasing rapidly.
• Long press – Pressing and holding for the programmed
duration.
• Hold down – Keeping the button pressed.
Call Alert — Provides direct access to the contacts list for you
to select a contact to whom a Call Alert can be sent.
Call Log — Selects the call log list.
Channel Announcement — Plays zone and channel
announcement voice messages for the current channel.
Display Radio Alias — Shows radio display name.
These buttons are programmable.
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7. On/Off Button
Emergency — Depending on the programming, initiates or
cancels an emergency alarm or call.
Phone— Provides direct access to the Phone Contacts list
Intelligent Audio — Toggles intelligent audio on or off.
Power Battery Indicator — Displays the current status of the
battery level.
Job Tickets — Allows the user to view and act upon job tickets.
Privacy — Toggles privacy on or off.
Manual Dial — Depending on the programming, initiates a
Private or Phone Call by keying in any subscriber ID or phone
number.
Radio Alias and ID — Provides radio alias and ID.
Manual Site Roam — Starts the manual site search.
Mic AGC On/Off — Toggles the internal microphone automatic
gain control (AGC) on or off.
Monitor — Monitors a selected channel for activity.
Notifications — Provides direct access to the Notifications list.
Nuisance Channel Delete — Temporarily removes an
unwanted channel, except for the Selected Channel, from the
scan list. The Selected Channel refers to the user’s selected
zone/channel combination from which scan is initiated.
One Touch Access — Directly initiates a predefined Private,
Phone or Group Call, a Call Alert or a Quick Text message.
Option Board Feature — Toggles option board feature(s) on
or off for option board-enabled channels.
Permanent Monitor — Monitors a selected channel for all radio
traffic until function is disabled.
Not applicable in Capacity Plus and Linked Capacity Plus
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Radio Check — Determines if a radio is active in a system.
Radio Enable — Allows a target radio to be remotely enabled.
Radio Disable — Allows a target radio to be remotely disabled.
Remote Monitor — Turns on the microphone of a target radio
without it giving any indicators.
Repeater/Talkaround — Toggles between using a repeater
and communicating directly with another radio.
Ring Alert Type — Provides direct access to the Ring Alert
Type Setting.
Scan — Toggles scan on or off.
Site Info — Displays current Linked Capacity Plus site
name and ID. Plays site announcement voice messages
for the current site (this function is unavailable when Voice
Announcement is disabled).
Site Lock On/Off — Toggles the automatic site roam on or off.
Telemetry Control — Controls the Output Pin on a local or
remote radio.
Text Message — Selects the text message menu.
Unassigned — Unassigned programmable button.
Voice Announcement On/Off — Toggles voice announcement
on or off.
, to scroll through options, increase/decrease values, and
navigate vertically.
or
Voice Operating Transmission (VOX) — Toggles VOX on
or off.
Zone — Allows selection from a list of zones.
Assignable Settings or Utility Functions
All Tones/Alerts — Toggles all tones and alerts on or off.
Brightness — Allows brightness to be set via the manual
brightness mode or auto brightness control via the radio’s photo
sensor.
Display Mode — Toggles the day/night display mode on or off.
Wallpaper — Displayed on home screen.
Using the 4-Way Navigation Disc
Direction
Category
or
Menu
Vertical Navigation
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Lists
Vertical Navigation
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View
Details
Vertical Navigation
Previous/Next Item
Numeric
Values
Increase/Decrease
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You can use the 4-way navigation disc,
alias, or free form text editor.
, as a number,
The
button can be used to change the channels in the home
screen.
Press
to select your desired channel.
You can use the 4-way navigation disc,
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Transmit Interrupt Remote Dekey — Stops the transmission
of a remote monitored radio without giving any indicators, or an
ongoing interruptible call to free the channel.
Editor
Category
Direction
2 To select a function or enter a sub-menu, press the
button.
or
or
Number
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Alias
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Move cursor one
character left/right.
Free
Form Text
Move cursor up/down
Move cursor one
character left/right.
Accessing the Programmed Functions
You can access various radio functions through one of the
following ways:
• A short or long press of the relevant programmable buttons.
• Use the 4-Way Navigation Disc as follows:
1 Press
to access the menu. Press the appropriate Menu
Scroll button (
or
) to access the menu functions.
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3 To go back one menu level, or to return to the previous
screen, press the
button. Long press the
button to return to the Home screen.
Note:
Your radio automatically exits the menu
after a period of inactivity and returns to
your Home screen.
Using the Keypad
Key
Number of Times Key is Pressed
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Identifying Radio Controls
You can use the 3 x 4 alphanumeric keypad to access your radio’s features. You can use the keypad to enter subscriber aliases or
IDs, and text messages. Many characters require that you press a key multiple times. The next table shows the number of times a
key needs to be pressed to generate the required character.
Key
Number of Times Key is Pressed
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Y
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* or del
# or
space
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Note:
Press to enter “0” and long press to activate the CAPS lock. Another long press to turn off
the CAPS lock.
Note:
Press during text entry to delete the character. Press during numeric entry to enter a “*”.
Note:
Press during text entry to insert a space. Press during numeric entry to enter a “#”. Long
press to change text entry method.
Push-To-Talk (PTT) Button
The PTT button on the side of the radio serves two basic
purposes:
PTT Button
• While a call is in progress, the PTT button allows the radio to
transmit to other radios in the call.
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Press and hold down PTT button to talk. Release the PTT
button to listen.
• While a call is not in progress, the PTT button is used to
make a new call (see Making a Radio Call on page 33).
If the Talk Permit Tone (see Turning the Talk Permit Tone On
or Off on page 109) is enabled, wait until the short alert tone
ends before talking.
During a call, if the Channel Free Indication feature is enabled
on your radio (programmed by your dealer), you will hear a
short alert tone the moment the target radio (the radio that is
receiving your call) releases the PTT button, indicating the
channel is free for you to respond.
You will also hear a continuous talk prohibit tone, if your call is
interrupted, indicating that you should release the PTT button,
for example when the radio receives an Emergency Call.
In a manual site search, the radio searches for the next site in
the roam list that is currently in range (but which may not have
the strongest signal) and locks on to it.
Note:
Channels with this feature enabled can be added to a particular
roam list. The radio searches the channel(s) in the roam list
during the automatic roam operation to locate the best site.
A roam list supports a maximum of 16 channels (including the
Selected Channel).
Note:
IP Site Connect
This feature allows your radio to extend conventional
communication beyond the reach of a single site, by connecting
to different available sites which are connected via an Internet
Protocol (IP) network.
When the radio moves out of range from one site and into
the range of another, it connects to the new site's repeater to
send or receive calls/data transmissions. Depending on your
settings, this is done automatically or manually.
Each channel can only have either Scan or
Roam enabled, not both at the same time.
You cannot manually add or delete an entry
to the roam list. Check with your dealer or
system administrator for more information.
Capacity Plus
Capacity Plus is a single-site trunking configuration of the
MOTOTRBO radio system, which uses a pool of channels to
support hundreds of users and up to 254 Groups. This feature
allows your radio to efficiently utilize the available number of
programmed channels while in Repeater Mode.
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The microphone is activated when the PTT button is pressed.
If the radio is set to do this automatically, it scans through all
available sites when the signal from the current site is weak or
when the radio is unable to detect any signal from the current
site. It then locks on to the repeater with the strongest Received
Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) value.
You hear a negative indicator tone if you try to access a feature
not applicable to Capacity Plus via a programmable button
press.
when the radio is unable to detect any signal from the current
site. It then locks on to the repeater with the strongest Received
Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) value.
Your radio also has features that are available in conventional
digital mode, IP Site Connect, Capacity Plus and Linked
Capacity Plus. However, the minor differences in the way each
feature works does NOT affect the performance of your radio.
In a manual site search, the radio searches for the next site in
the roam list that is currently in range (but which may not have
the strongest signal) and locks on to it.
Check with your dealer or system administrator for more
information on this configuration.
Linked Capacity Plus
Linked Capacity Plus is a multi-site multi-channel trunking
configuration of the MOTOTRBO radio system, combining the
best of both Capacity Plus and IP Site Connect configurations.
Linked Capacity Plus allows your radio to extend trunking
communication beyond the reach of a single site, by connecting
to different available sites which are connected via an Internet
Protocol (IP) network. It also provides an increase in capacity
by efficiently utilizing the combined available number of
programmed channels supported by each of the available sites.
When the radio moves out of range from one site and into
the range of another, it connects to the new site's repeater to
send or receive calls/data transmissions. Depending on your
settings, this is done automatically or manually.
If the radio is set to do this automatically, it scans through all
available sites when the signal from the current site is weak or
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Any channel with Linked Capacity Plus enabled can be added
to a particular roam list. The radio searches these channels
during the automatic roam operation to locate the best site.
Note:
You cannot manually add or delete an entry
to the roam list. Check with your dealer or
system administrator for more information.
Similar to Capacity Plus, icons of features not applicable to
Linked Capacity Plus are not available in the menu. You hear
a negative indicator tone if you try to access a feature not
applicable to Linked Capacity Plus via a programmable button
press.
Check with your dealer or system administrator for more
information on this configuration.
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The number of bars displayed represents the
radio signal strength. Four bars indicate the
strongest signal. This icon is only displayed
while receiving.
The following topics are covered:
♦ Display Icons ...........................................................
♦ Call Icons ................................................................
♦ Utilities Icons ...........................................................
♦ Mini Notice Icons ......................................................
♦ Sent Item Icons .......................................................
♦ Job Tickets Icons ......................................................
♦ LED Indicator ...........................................................
♦ Audio Tones.............................................................
♦ Indicator Tones.........................................................
Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI)
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Display Icons
Monitor
Selected channel is being monitored.
Bluetooth Not Connected
The Bluetooth feature is enabled but there is no
remote Bluetooth device connected.
Bluetooth Connected
The Bluetooth feature is enabled. The icon
stays lit when a remote Bluetooth device is
connected.
Bluetooth Discoverable
Your radio has a 2 inch landscape display with QVGA (Quarter
Video Graphics Array) 16-bit color resolution.
The Bluetooth feature is enabled and radio is
in discoverable mode.
The following are icons that appear on the radio’s display. Icons
are displayed arranged left-most in order of appearance/usage.
High Volume Data
Radio is receiving high volume data and
channel is busy.
Job Ticket Notification
Notification List has items to review.
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Identifying Status Indicators
Option Board
Secure
The Option Board is enabled. (Option board
enabled models only)
The Privacy feature is enabled.
Option Board Non-Function
Unsecure
The Privacy feature is disabled.
The Option Board is disabled.
Site Roaming1
Over-the-Air Programming Delay Timer
Indicates time left before automatic restart of
radio.
Scan and Flexible Receive List1,2
Scan feature and flexible receive list feature
are enabled.
Scan- Priority 11,2
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Battery
Scan- Priority 21,2
Battery Discharging Status
Radio detects activity on channel/group
designated as Priority 2.
Shows battery discharging status.
Not applicable in Capacity Plus
Not applicable in Linked Capacity Plus
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In the absence of a repeater, radio is
currently configured for direct radio to radio
communication.
The number of bars (0 – 4) shown indicates the
charge remaining in the battery. Blinks when
the battery is low.
Radio is in Emergency mode.
1
Talkaround1,2
Radio detects activity on channel/group
designated as Priority 1.
Emergency
2
The site roaming feature is enabled.
All Tones Disabled
No ring tones available.
Call Log
Call Icons
Contact
The following icons appear on the radio’s display during a call.
These icons also appear in the Contacts list to indicate ID type.
Radio contact is available.
Private Call
Message
Indicates a Private Call in progress.
Incoming message.
Silent Ring
Silent ring mode is enabled.
Ring Only
Ringing mode is enabled.
Vibrate
Vibrate mode is enabled.
Vibrate and Ring
Vibrate and Ring mode is enabled.
Group Call/All Call
Indicates a Group Call or All Call in progress.
Phone Call as Private Call
Indicates a Phone Call as Private Call in
progress. In the Contacts list, it indicates a
phone alias (name) or ID (number).
Phone Call as Group/All Call
Indicates a Phone Call as Group/All Call in
progress. In the Contacts list, it indicates a
group alias (name) or ID (number).
Keypad
Keypad locked.
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Radio call log.
Bluetooth PC Call
Indicates a Bluetooth PC Call in progress. In
the Contacts list, it indicates a Bluetooth PC
Call alias (name) or ID (number).
Mini Notice Icons
The following icons appear momentarily on the radio’s display
after an action to perform task is taken.
Private Call Alert
In the Contacts list, it indicates a subscriber
alias (name) or ID (number).
Successful Transmission (Positive)
Successful action taken.
Failed Transmission (Negative)
Utilities Icons
Failed action taken.
Transmission in Progress (Transitional)
The following icons appear beside menu items on the radio’s
display that offer the following options.
Transmitting. This is seen before indication
for Successful Transmission or Failed
Transmission.
Checkbox (Empty)
Indicates the option is not selected.
Sent Item Icons
Checkbox (Checked)
Indicates the option is selected.
Brightness
Indicates the brightness level.
Brightness Highlighted
Highlights the brightness level.
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The following icons appear at the top right corner of the radio’s
display in the Sent Items folder.
Sent Successfully
The text message is sent successfully.
All Jobs
Individual or Group Message Read
OR
The text message has been read.
Indicates all jobs listed.
New Jobs
Indicates new jobs.
Individual or Group Message Unread
OR
The text message has not been read.
Send Failed
OR
LED Indicator
The LED indicator shows the operational status of your radio.
The text message has not been sent.
In-Progress
OR
• The text message to a group alias or ID is
pending transmission.
LED Indica tor
• The text message to a subscriber alias or ID is
pending transmission, followed by waiting for
acknowledgement.
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OR
Job Tickets Icons
Blinking red
Radio is transmitting at low battery
condition, receiving an emergency
transmission or has failed the self-test
upon powering up.
Blinking green
Radio is powering up, receiving a
non-privacy- enabled call or data,
detecting activity, or retrieving Over-the-Air
Programming transmissions over the air.
Solid yellow
Radio is monitoring a digital conventional
channel or in Bluetooth Discoverable
Mode. Also indicates fair battery charge
when programmable button is pressed.
Rapidly
blinking green
Radio is receiving a privacy-enabled call
or data.
Blinking
yellow
Radio is scanning for activity or receiving a
Call Alert, or all local Linked Capacity Plus
channels are busy.
Double
blinking
yellow
Radio is no longer connected to the
repeater while in Capacity Plus or Linked
Capacity Plus; all Capacity Plus or Linked
Capacity Plus channels are currently busy .
Auto Roaming is enabled, radio is actively
searching for a new site, or radio has yet to
respond to a group call alert. Also indicates
that radio has yet to respond to a group
call alert, or radio is locked.
Solid green
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Radio is powering up or transmitting. Also
indicates full charge of the battery when
the programmable button is pressed.
Note:
While in conventional mode, when the LED
blinks green, it indicates the radio detects
activity over the air. Due to the nature of the
digital protocol, this activity may or may not
affect the radio's programmed channel.
For Capacity Plus and Linked Capacity
Plus, there is no LED indication when the
radio is detecting activity over the air.
Audio Tones
Alert tones provide you with audible indications of the radio’s
status or the radio’s response to data received.
Low pitched tone
Continuous Tone
A monotone sound.
Sounds continuously until
termination.
Periodic Tone
Sounds periodically
depending on the duration
set by the radio. Tone starts,
stops, and repeats itself.
Repetitive Tone
A single tone that repeats
itself until it is terminated by
the user.
Momentary Tone
Sounds only once for a short
period of time defined by the
radio.
Identifying Status Indicators
High pitched tone
Indicator Tones
High pitched tone
Low pitched tone
Positive Indicator Tone
Negative Indicator Tone
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Making and Receiving Calls
The following topics are covered:
♦ Selecting a Zone.......................................................
♦ Selecting a Channel ..................................................
♦ Receiving and Responding to a Radio Call.....................
♦ Making a Radio Call ..................................................
♦ Stopping a Radio Call ................................................
♦ Talkaround ..............................................................
♦ Monitoring Features ..................................................
A zone is a group of channels. Your radio supports up to 250
zones, with a maximum of 160 channels per zone.
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Steps
Programmed
Zone button
Press the programmed Zone button.
Radio menu
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Selecting a Zone
1 Access the Zone feature.
Radio
Controls
a.
b.
to access the menu.
or
select.
to Zone and press
The current zone is displayed and indicated by a
2 Select the required zone.
to
.
or
Keypad
Steps
3 Press
or
and scroll to the required zone.
to select.
The display shows <Zone> Selected momentarily and
returns to the selected zone screen.
a. Enter the first character of the required
zone.
b. A blinking cursor appears allowing you
to continue entering the subsequent
characters of the required zone.
Note:
Press
to move one space
to the left. Press
to move
one space to the right. Press
the
key to delete any
unwanted characters.
Note:
The first line of the display shows
the characters you keyed in. The
second line shows a zone that
matches what you have already
keyed in. The alias search is
case-insensitive. If there are two
or more zones matches the keyed
in characters, the radio displays
the zone that is listed first in the
zone list.
Selecting a Channel
Transmissions are sent and received on a channel. Depending
on your radio’s configuration, each channel may have been
programmed differently to support different groups of users or
supplied with different features. After selecting the relevant
Zone, select the relevant channel you require to transmit or
receive on.
On the navigation disc, press
to access the Channel List
(while on the Home Screen). The active channel is displayed
and indicated by a
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Receiving and Responding to a Radio Call
Once the channel, subscriber ID or group ID is displayed, you
can proceed to receive and respond to calls.
The LED lights up solid green while the radio is transmitting and
blinks green when the radio is receiving.
LED Indica tor
Note:
See Privacy on page 90 for more
information.
Receiving and Responding to a Group Call
To receive a call from a group of users, your radio must be
configured as part of that group.
When you receive a Group Call (while on the Home screen),
the LED blinks green. The first line of the display shows the
caller alias, and the RSSI icon. The second line displays the
group alias and the Group Call icon (in Digital mode only). Your
radio unmutes and the incoming call sounds through the radio's
speaker.
1 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
• If the Channel Free Indication feature is enabled, you
hear a short alert tone the moment the transmitting radio
releases the PTT button, indicating the channel is free for
you to respond. Press the PTT button to respond.
Note:
The LED lights up solid green while the
radio is transmitting and blinks green
rapidly when the radio is receiving a
privacy-enabled call . To unscramble a
privacy-enabled call, your radio must have
the same Privacy Key, OR the same Key
Value and Key ID (programmed by your
dealer), as the transmitting radio (the radio
you are receiving the call from).
• If the Voice Interrupt feature is enabled, press the PTT
button to stop the current call from the transmitting radio
and free the channel for you to talk/respond.
The LED lights up solid green.
2 Wait for one of the following tones to finish (if enabled), and
speak clearly into the microphone.
• the Talk Permit Tone
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• the PTT Sidetone
1 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
If there is no voice activity for a predetermined period of time,
the call ends.
Note:
Note:
See Making a Group Call on page 34 for
details on making a Group Call.
If the radio receives a Group Call while
not on the Home screen, it remains on its
current screen prior to answering the call.
Note:
Long press the
button to go to the
Home screen to view the caller alias before
replying.
Receiving and Responding to a Private Call
A Private Call is a call from an individual radio to another
individual radio.
When you receive a Private Call, the LED blinks green. The
first line of the display shows the subscriber alias or ID, and the
RSSI icon. The second line displays Private Call and the
Private Call icon. Your radio unmutes and the incoming call
sounds through the radio's speaker.
• If the Channel Free Indication feature is enabled, you
hear a short alert tone the moment the transmitting radio
releases the PTT button, indicating the channel is free for
you to respond. Press the PTT button to respond.
• If the Voice Interrupt feature is enabled, press the PTT
button to stop the current call from the transmitting radio
and free the channel for you to talk/respond.
The LED lights up solid green.
2 Wait for the Talk Permit Tone to finish (if enabled), and
speak clearly into the microphone.
3 Release the PTT button to listen.
If there is no voice activity for a predetermined period of time,
the call ends.
The display shows Call Ended.
See Making a Private Call on page 34 for details on making
a Private Call.
Receiving an All Call
An All Call is a call from an individual radio to every radio on the
channel. It is used to make important announcements requiring
the user’s full attention.
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3 Release the PTT button to listen.
When you receive an All Call, a tone sounds and the LED blinks
green.
The first line of the display shows the caller alias, and the RSSI
icon. The second line displays All Call and the All Call icon.
Your radio unmutes and the incoming call sounds through the
radio speaker.
Once the All Call ends, the radio returns to the previous
screen before receiving the call. An All Call does not wait for a
predetermined period of time before ending.
If the Channel Free Indication feature is enabled, you will hear
a short alert tone the moment the transmitting radio releases
the PTT button, indicating the channel is now available for use.
You cannot respond to an All Call.
Note:
Note:
See Making an All Call on page 35 for
details on making an All Call.
The radio stops receiving the All Call if you
switch to a different channel while receiving
the call. During an All Call, you will not
be able to use any programmed button
functions until the call ends.
Receiving and Responding to a Phone Call
Phone Call as Private Call
When you receive a Phone Call as a Private Call, the Phone
Call icon appears in the top right corner; the display shows the
caller alias or Phone Call.
If Phone Call capability is not enabled in your radio, the first
line of the display shows Unavailable and your radio mutes
the call. Your radio returns to the previous screen when the
call ends.
1 Press the PTT button to talk and release it to listen.
2 Press
to end the call.
The display shows Ending Phone Call.
If successful, a tone sounds and the display shows All
Call and Call Ended.
If unsuccessful, your radio returns to the Phone Call screen.
Repeat Step 2 to end the call.
Phone Call as Group Call
When you receive a Phone Call as a Group Call,
1 Press the PTT button to talk and release it to listen.
2 Press
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to end the call.
The display shows Ending Phone Call.
If unsuccessful, your radio returns to the Phone Call screen.
Repeat Step to end the call.
Phone Call as All Call
When you receive a Phone Call as an All Call, the Phone Call
icon appears in the top right corner; the display shows All
Call and Phone Call.
If Phone Call capability is not enabled in your radio, the first
line of the display shows Unavailable and your radio mutes
the call.
Note:
When you receive a Phone Call as an All
Call, you can respond to the call or end the
call, only if an All Call type is assigned to
the channel.
Making a Radio Call
After selecting your channel, you can select a subscriber alias
or ID, or group alias or ID by using:
• The PTT button.
• A programmed One Touch Access button – The One Touch
Access feature allows you to make a Group or Private Call to
a predefined ID easily. This feature can be assigned to a short
or long programmable button press. You can ONLY have one
ID assigned to a One Touch Access button. Your radio can
have multiple One Touch Access buttons programmed.
• The programmed number keys – This method is for Group,
Private and All Calls only and is used with the keypad
(see Making a Group, Private or All Call with the
Programmable Number Key on page 37).
1 Press the PTT button to talk and release it to listen.
• A programmable button – This method is for Phone Calls
only (see Making a Phone Call with the Programmable
Phone Button on page 38).
2 Press
• The Contacts list (see Contact Settings on page 50).
to end the call.
The display shows Ending Phone Call.
If successful, a tone sounds and the display shows All
Call and Call Ended.
• Manual Dial – This method is for Private and Phone Calls
only and is dialed using the keypad (see Making a Private
Call from Contacts on page 52, and Making a Call with the
Programmable Manual Dial Button).
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If successful, a tone sounds and the display shows All
Call and Call Ended.
If unsuccessful, your radio returns to the Phone Call screen.
Repeat Step 3 to end the call.
Note:
Note:
Your radio must have the Privacy feature
enabled on the channel to send a
privacy-enabled transmission. Only target
radios with the same Privacy Key OR the
same Key Value and Key ID as your radio
will be able to unscramble the transmission.
See Privacy on page 90 for more
information.
Making a Group Call
To make a call to a group of users, your radio must be
configured as part of that group.
1 Do one of the following.
• Select the channel with the active group alias or ID. See
Selecting a Channel on page 29
4 Wait for the Talk Permit Tone to finish (if enabled), and
speak clearly into the microphone.
5 Release the PTT button to listen.
When the target radio responds, the LED blinks green, the
radio unmutes and the response sounds through the radio’s
speaker. You see the Group Call icon, the group alias or ID,
and transmitting radio alias or ID on your display.
6 If the Channel Free Indication feature is enabled, you hear a
short alert tone the moment the transmitting radio releases
the PTT button, indicating the channel is free for you to
respond. Press the PTT button to respond.
If there is no voice activity for a predetermined period of
time, the call ends. Radio returns to the screen you were
on prior to initiating the call.
• Press the programmed One Touch Access button.
Making a Private Call
2 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
3 Press the PTT button to make the call.
The LED lights up solid green. The Group Call icon appears
in the top right corner. The first text line shows the group
call alias.
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While you can receive and/or respond to a Private Call
initiated by an authorized individual radio, your radio must be
programmed for you to initiate a Private Call.
There are two types of Private Calls. The first type, where a
radio presence check is performed prior to setting up the call,
while the other sets up the call immediately.
Only one of these call types can be programmed to your radio
by your dealer.
Use the Text Message or Call Alert features to contact an
individual radio. See Text Message Features on page 72 or
Call Alert Operation on page 66 for more information.
1 Do one of the following.
• Select the channel with the active subscriber alias or ID.
See Selecting a Channel on page 29
• Press the programmed One Touch Access button.
speak clearly into the microphone.
5 Release the PTT button to listen.
When the target radio responds, the LED blinks green, the
radio unmutes and the response sounds through the radio's
speaker.
6 If the Channel Free Indication feature is enabled, you hear a
short alert tone the moment the transmitting radio releases
the PTT button, indicating the channel is free for you to
respond. Press the PTT button to respond.
If there is no voice activity for a predetermined period of
time, the call ends. You hear a short tone. The display
shows Call Ended.
2 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
3 Press the PTT button to make the call.
If you release the PTT button while the radio is setting up
the call, it exits without any indication and returns to the
previous screen.
The LED lights up solid green, the radio unmutes and the
response sounds through the radio’s speaker. The Private
Call icon appears on the top right corner. The first text line
shows the subscriber alias. The second text line displays
the call status..
Your radio may be programmed to perform a radio presence
check prior to setting up the Private Call. If the target radio
is not available, you hear a short tone and see negative mini
notice on the display.
Making an All Call
This feature allows you to transmit to all users on the channel.
Your radio must be programmed to allow you to use this feature.
Users on the channel cannot respond to an All Call.
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You will hear a negative indicator tone, when you make a
Private Call via the Contacts list, Call Log, One Touch Access
button, the programmed number keys, or the Channel Selector
Knob, if this feature is not enabled.
4 Wait for the Talk Permit Tone to finish (if enabled), and
1 Select the channel with the active All Call group alias or ID.
See Selecting a Channel on page 29
2 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
3 Press the PTT button to make the call.
shows the subscriber alias. The Phone Call icon remains
in the top right corner.
If the call-setup is unsuccessful, a tone sounds and the
display shows Phone Call Failed. Your radio returns
to the Access Code input screen. If the access code was
preconfigured in the Contacts list, the radio returns to the
screen you were on prior to initiating the call.
The LED lights up solid green.The Group Call icon appears
in the top right corner. The first text line shows All Call.
2 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
4 Wait for the Talk Permit Tone to finish (if enabled), and
your mouth.
3 Press the PTT button to talk and release it to listen.
speak clearly into the microphone.
To enter extra digits, if requested by the Phone Call, enter
Making a Phone Call with the One Touch Access
Button
the extra digits using the keypad and press
1 Press the programmed One Touch Access button to make
The DTMF tone sounds with each keypad press, and the
radio returns to the previous screen.
to proceed.
a Phone Call to the predefined alias or ID.
If the entry for the One Touch Access button is empty, a
negative indicator tone sounds. If the access code was not
preconfigured in the Contacts list, the display shows Access
Code:. Enter the access code and press
to proceed.
The LED lights up solid green. The Phone Call icon appears
in the top right corner. The first text line shows the subscriber
alias. The second text line displays the call status.
If the call-setup is successful, the DTMF tone sounds. You
hear the dialing tone of the telephone user. The first text line
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4 Press to end the call.
If de-access code was not preconfigured in the Contacts list,
the display shows De-Access Code:. Press the One Touch
Access button, if it is programmed with the de-access code.
If the entry for the One Touch Access button is empty, a
negative indicator tone sounds.
The DTMF tone sounds with each keypad press, and the
display shows Ending Phone Call.
Making a Group, Private or All Call with the
Programmable Number Key
If the end-call-setup is unsuccessful, your radio returns
to the Phone Call screen. Repeat Step 4 or wait for the
telephone user to end the call.
The Programmable Number Key feature allows you to make
a Group, Private or All Call to a predefined alias or ID easily.
This feature can be assigned to all the available number keys
on a keypad.
Note:
When the telephone user ends the call,
a tone sounds and the display shows
Call Ended.
If the call ends while you are entering
the extra digits requested by the Phone
Call, your radio returns to the screen
you were on prior to initiating the call.
During channel access, press
to
dismiss the call attempt. A tone sounds
to indicate success.
During the call, if you press the
One Touch Access button with the
deaccess code preconfigured or enter
the deaccess code as the input for extra
digits, your radio attempts to end the
call.
The access or deaccess code cannot
be more than 10 characters.
You can ONLY have one alias or ID assigned to a number
key, but you can have more than one number key associated
to an alias or ID.
1 Long press the programmed number key, when you are
on the Home screen, to make a Group, Private or All Call
to the predefined alias or ID.
If the number key is not associated to an entry, a negative
indicator tone sounds.
2 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
3 Press the PTT button to make the call.
The LED lights up solid green, the radio unmutes and
the response sounds through the radio’s speaker. The
Group/Private Call icon appears in the top right corner. The
first text line shows the caller alias. The second text line
displays either the call status for a Private Call or All Call
for All Call..
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If the end-call-setup is successful, a tone sounds and the
display shows Call Ended.
4 Wait for the Talk Permit Tone to finish (if enabled), and
speak clearly into the microphone.
5 Release the PTT button to listen.
When the target radio responds, the LED blinks green, the
radio unmutes and the response sounds through the radio's
speaker..
6 If the Channel Free Indication feature is enabled, you hear a
short alert tone the moment the transmitting radio releases
the PTT button, indicating the channel is free for you to
respond. Press the PTT button to respond.
If there is no voice activity for a predetermined period of
time, the call ends. Radio returns to the screen you were
on prior to initiating the call.
For a Private Call, you hear a short tone when the call ends.
See Assigning an Entry to a Programmable Number Key
on page 57 for details on assigning an entry to a number
key on the keypad.
2
or
to the required subscriber alias or ID, and press
to select.
If the access code was not preconfigured in the Contacts
list, the display shows Access Code:. Enter the access
code and press the
button to proceed.
The LED lights up solid green. The Phone Call icon appears
in the top right corner. The first text line shows the subscriber
alias. The second text line displays the call status.
If the call-setup is successful, the DTMF tone sounds. You
hear the dialing tone of the telephone user. The first text line
shows the subscriber alias. The Phone Call icon remains
in the top right corner.
If call-setup is unsuccessful, a tone sounds and the
display shows Phone Call Failed. Your radio returns
to the Access Code input screen. If the access code was
preconfigured in the Contacts list, the radio returns to the
screen you were on prior to initiating the call.
3 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
Making a Phone Call with the Programmable Phone
Button
1 Press the programmed Phone button to enter into the
Phone Entry list.
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4 Press the PTT button to talk and release it to listen.
5 To enter extra digits, if requested by the Phone Call, do one
of the following.
button to proceed. The
the extra digits and press the
DTMF tone sounds and the radio returns to the previous
screen.
• Press One Touch Access button. The DTMF tone
sounds. If the entry for the One Touch Access button is
empty, a negative indicator tone sounds.
When you press PTT button while in the Phone Contacts
screen, a tone sounds and the display shows Press OK to
Place Phone Call.
When the telephone user ends the call, a tone sounds and
the display shows Phone Call Ended.
If the call ends while you are entering the extra digits
requested by the Phone Call, your radio returns to the
screen you were on prior to initiating the call.
Note:
6 Press
During channel access, press
to dismiss the call attempt and a tone
sounds.
to end the call.
If deaccess code was not preconfigured in the Contacts list,
the first line of the display shows De-Access Code:. The
second line of the display shows a blinking cursor. Enter the
Note:
During the call, when you press
One Touch Access button with the
deaccess code preconfigured or enter
the deaccess code as the input for extra
digits, your radio attempts to end the
call.
Note:
The access or deaccess code cannot
be more than 10 characters.
button to proceed. The
deaccess code and press the
radio returns to the previous screen.
The DTMF tone sounds and the display shows Ending
Phone Call.
If the end-call-setup is successful, a tone sounds and the
display shows Call Ended.
If the end-call-setup is unsuccessful, your radio returns to
the Phone Call screen. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 or wait for the
telephone user to end the call.
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Making and Receiving Calls
• Press any keypad key to begin the input of the extra digits.
The first line of the display shows Extra Digits:. The
second line of the display shows a blinking cursor. Enter
Stopping a Radio Call
This feature allows you to stop an ongoing Group or Private
Call to free the channel for transmission. For example, when
a radio experiences a “stuck microphone” condition where the
PTT button is inadvertently pressed by the user.
Talkaround
You can continue to communicate when your repeater is not
operating, or when your radio is out of the repeater’s range but
within talking range of other radios.
This is called “talkaround”.
Your radio must be programmed to allow you to use this feature.
Note:
1 Press the programmed Transmit Interrupt Remote Dekey
button, while on the relevant channel.
2 Wait for acknowledgment.
The radio sounds a positive indicator tone and the display
shows Remote Dekey Success, indicating that the channel
is now free. The display shows Call Interrupted, and
the radio sounds a negative indicator tone until the PTT
button is released, if it is transmitting an interruptible call
that is stopped via this feature.
This feature is not applicable in Capacity
Plus and Linked Capacity Plus.
The Talkaround setting is retained even after powering down.
You can toggle between talkaround and repeater modes by
pressing the programmed Repeater/Talkaround button OR
using the radio menu as described next.
1
to access the menu.
OR
2
or
to Utilities and press
The radio sounds a negative indicator tone and the display
shows Remote Dekey Failed.
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Talkaround and press
You can also use
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or
to select.
to select.
to select.
to change the selected option.
5 Press
to enable/disable the Talkaround.
The
beside Enabled.
disappears from beside Enabled.
Use the Permanent Monitor feature to continuously monitor a
selected channel for activity.
Note:
Monitoring Features
Monitoring a Channel
Use the Monitor feature to make sure a channel is clear before
transmitting.
This feature is not applicable in Capacity Plus and Linked
Capacity Plus.
1 Press and hold the programmed Monitor button and listen
for activity.
This feature is not applicable in Capacity
Plus and Linked Capacity Plus.
1 Press the programmed Permanent Monitor button to
activate permanent monitoring of the channel.
Radio sounds an alert tone, the LED lights up solid yellow,
and the display shows Permanent Monitor On. The
Monitor icon appears on the display.
2 Press the programmed Permanent Monitor button to exit
Permanent Monitor mode.
Radio sounds an alert tone, the LED turns off, and display
shows Radio sounds an alert tone, the LED turns off, and
display shows Permanent Monitor Off.
The Monitor icon appears on the display and the LED lights
up solid yellow. You hear radio activity or total silence,
depending on how your radio is programmed. This indicates
that the channel is in use.
2
Wait until you hear “white noise”. This indicates that the
channel is free.
3 Press the PTT button to talk and release it to listen.
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The display shows
Permanent Monitor
..............................
Advanced Features
The following topics are covered:
♦ Radio Check ............................................................ 42
♦ Remote Monitor........................................................ 43
♦ Scan Lists ............................................................... 44
♦ Scan ...................................................................... 48
♦ Contact Settings ....................................................... 50
♦ Call Indicator Settings ................................................ 60
♦ Call Log Features ..................................................... 64
♦ Call Alert Operation ................................................... 66
♦ Emergency Operation ................................................ 67
♦ Text Message Features .............................................. 72
♦ Job Tickets .............................................................. 86
♦ Privacy ................................................................... 90
♦ Covert Mode ............................................................ 91
♦ Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF) .............................. 92
♦ Multi-Site Controls..................................................... 92
♦ Security .................................................................. 95
♦ Lone Worker ............................................................ 97
♦ Password Lock Features ............................................ 97
♦ Bluetooth Operation ................................................. 100
♦ Notification List........................................................ 104
♦ Over-the-Air-Programming (OTAP) .............................. 105
♦ Utilities .................................................................. 105
Radio Check
42
If enabled, this feature allows you to determine if another radio
is active in a system without disturbing the user of that radio.
No audible or visual notification is shown on the target radio.
English
Sending a Radio Check
1 Access the Radio Check feature.
Programmed
Radio Check
button
2 Wait for acknowledgement.
Steps
a. Press the programmed Radio Check
button.
b.
or
to the required subscriber
alias or ID and press
to select.
Menu
a.
If the
button is pressed when the radio is waiting for
acknowledgement, a tone sounds, and the radio terminates
all retries and exits Radio Check mode.
If Radio Check is successful, a positive indicator tone
sounds and the display shows positive mini notice.
If Radio Check is unsuccessful, a negative indicator tone
sounds and the display shows negative mini notice.
Radio returns to the subscriber alias or ID screen.
to access the menu
to Contacts and press
b.
or
to select
c.
Use one of the steps described next to
select the required subscriber alias or ID
Remote Monitor
• select the subscriber alias or ID directly
–
or
to the required subscriber
alias or ID and press
to select.
• use the Manual Dial menu
–
or
press
–
or
press
to Manual Dial and
to select.
to Radio Number and
to select.
– If there was previously dialed ID,
the ID appears along with a blinking
cursor. Else, the first line of the
display shows Radio Number:; the
Use the Remote Monitor feature to turn on the microphone of a
target radio (subscriber alias or IDs only). No audible or visual
indication is given to the target radio. You can use this feature
to monitor, remotely, any audible activity surrounding the target
radio.
Your radio must be programmed to allow you to use this feature.
Initiating Remote Monitor
1 Access the Remote Monitor feature.
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Advanced Features
Radio
Control
Radio
Control
Programmed
Remote
Monitor
Button
2 Wait for acknowledgement.
Steps
If successful, a positive indicator tone sounds and the
display shows positive mini notice. Your radio starts playing
audio from the monitored radio for a programmed duration
and display shows Rem. Monitor. Once the timer expires,
the radio sounds an alert tone and the LED turns off.
a. Press the programmed Remote Monitor
button.
b.
or
to the required subscriber
alias or ID and press
If unsuccessful, the radio sounds a negative indicator tone
the display shows negative mini notice.
to select.
Menu
a.
to access the menu
Scan Lists
to Contacts and press
b.
or
to select
c.
Use one of the steps described next to
select the required subscriber alias or ID
• select the subscriber alias or ID directly
–
or
to the required subscriber
alias or ID and press
to select.
• use the Manual Dial menu
–
or
press
–
or
press
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to Manual Dial and
Scan lists are created and assigned to individual channels/
groups. Your radio cycles through the programmed scan list for
the current channel looking for voice activity. At each channel
in the cycle the radio also cycles through the group list for that
channel.
Your radio can support up to 250 scan lists, with a maximum
of 16 members in a list.
You can add, delete, or prioritize channels by editing a scan list.
You can attach a new scan list to your radio via Front Panel
Programming.
to select.
Note:
to Radio Number and
This feature is not applicable in Capacity
Plus and Linked Capacity Plus.
to select.
– If there was previously dialed ID,
the ID appears along with a blinking
cursor. Else, the first line of the
display shows Radio Number:; the
Viewing an Entry in the Scan List
1
to access the menu.
Editing the Scan List
Adding a New Entry to the Scan List
1
to access the menu.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Scan and press
2
or
to Scan and press
3
or
to View/Edit List and press
3
or
to View/Edit List and press
4
or
to Add Member and press
4
to select.
to select.
Key in the first character of the required alias.
A blinking cursor appears.
to select.
to select.
to select.
5 Select the required alias or ID by
5 Use the keypad to type the required alias.
Press
to move one space to the left. Press
one space to the right. Press the
unwanted characters.
to move
key to delete any
The first line of the display shows the characters you keyed
in. The second line of the display shows an alias that
matches what you have keyed in.
The alias search is case-insensitive. If there are two or
more entries with the same name, the radio displays the
entry that is listed first in the scan list.
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Advanced Features
Viewing an Entry in the Scan List by Alias Search
Radio
Control
Radio
Navigation
Buttons
Keypad
Steps
or
7
•
to move one space to the left.
Press
to move one space to the right.
Press the
or
to Yes and press
Steps 5 to 7 .
•
or
to No and press
Deleting an Entry from the Scan List
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Scan and press
3
or
to View/Edit List and press
4 Select the required alias or ID by
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to save the current list.
to change the
The first line of the display shows the
characters you keyed in. The next lines of the
display show the short listed search results.
The alias search is case-insensitive. If there
are two or more aliases with the same name,
the radio displays the alias that is listed first
in the list.
to select.
to select, and repeat
key to delete any unwanted
characters. Long press
text entry method.
6 Press
to
8 Do one of the following:
A blinking cursor appears.
Press
to the required priority level and press
The display shows Entry Saved, followed immediately by
Add Another?.
to the required alias or ID.
Key in the first character of the required alias.
or
select.
to select.
to select.
Radio
Navigation
Buttons
Keypad
Steps
or
6
to the required alias or ID.
to Delete and press
to select.
7 Do one of the following:
• At Delete Entry?,
or
to Yes and press
delete entry. The display shows Entry Deleted.
to
Key in the first character of the required alias.
•
A blinking cursor appears.
Press
to move one space to the left.
Press
to move one space to the right.
Press the
to select.
to No and press
to return to the previous
After deleting all required aliases or IDs, long press
to return to the Home screen.
to change the
The first line of the display shows the
characters you keyed in. The next lines of the
display show the short listed search results.
The alias search is case-insensitive. If there
are two or more aliases with the same name,
the radio displays the alias that is listed first
in the list.
or
screen.
8 Repeat Steps 4 to 7 to delete other entries.
key to delete any unwanted
characters. Long press
text entry method.
5 Press
or
Setting and Editing Priority for an Entry in the Scan List
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Scan and press
3
or
to View/Edit List and press
to select.
to select.
4 Select the required alias or ID by
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Advanced Features
Radio
Control
Radio
Control
Radio
Navigation
Buttons
Keypad
Steps
or
to the required alias or ID.
Key in the first character of the required alias.
6
or
7
or
select.
to move one space to the left.
Press
to move one space to the right.
to change the
The first line of the display shows the
characters you keyed in. The next lines of the
display show the short listed search results.
The alias search is case-insensitive. If there
are two or more aliases with the same name,
the radio displays the alias that is listed first
in the list.
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to select.
to
The Priority icon appears left of the
member’s name.
There is no Priority icon if priority is set
to None.
key to delete any unwanted
characters. Long press
text entry method.
5 Press
to the required priority level and press
Note:
Press
to select.
The display shows Entry Saved before returning to the
previous screen.
A blinking cursor appears.
Press the
to Edit Priority and press
Scan
When you start a scan, your radio cycles through the
programmed scan list for the current channel looking for voice
activity.
The LED blinks yellow and you see the Scan icon on the display.
There are two ways of initiating scan:
• Main Channel Scan (Manual): Your radio scans all the
channels/groups in your scan list. On entering scan, your
radio may – depending on the settings – automatically start
on the last scanned “active” channel/group or on the channel
where scan was initiated.
Note:
This feature is not applicable in Capacity
Plus and Linked Capacity Plus.
1 Use the Channel Selector Knob to select a channel
programmed with a scan list.
2
to access the menu.
3
or
to Scan and press
to select.
• The display shows Turn On if scan is disabled.
Setting an Active Scan List
• The display shows Turn Off if scan is enabled.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Scan and press
3
or
to Set Active List and press
4
or
to the required list and press
4 Press
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
• The LED blinks yellow and the Scan icon is displayed,
when Scan is enabled.
• The LED turns off and the Scan icon is not displayed,
when Scan is disabled.
The list selected will be your active scan list.
Responding to a Transmission During a Scan
Starting and Stopping Scan
While scanning, the radio will only accept data (e.g. text
message, location, telemetry, or PC data) if received on its
Selected Channel.
During scanning, your radio stops on a channel/group where
activity is detected. Your radio unmutes and the incoming call
sounds through the radio's speaker.The radio stays on that
channel while the activity is present and for a programmed time
period known as “hang time”.
You can start and stop scanning by pressing the programmed
Scan button OR follow the procedure described next.
1 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
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Advanced Features
• Auto Scan (Automatic): Your radio automatically starts
scanning when you select a channel/group that has Auto
Scan enabled.
If the Channel Free Indication feature is enabled, you hear a
short alert tone the moment the transmitting radio releases
the PTT button, indicating the channel is free for you to
respond.
1 When your radio “locks on to” an unwanted or nuisance
channel, press the programmed Nuisance Channel Delete
button until you hear a tone.
2 Release the Nuisance Channel Delete button.
2 Press the PTT button during hang time.
The nuisance channel is deleted.
The LED lights up solid green.
3 Wait for the Talk Permit Tone to finish (if enabled) and speak
clearly into the microphone.
4 Release the PTT button to listen.
If you do not respond within the hang time, the radio returns
to scanning other channels/groups.
Restoring a Nuisance Channel
To restore the deleted nuisance channel, do one of the following:
• Turn the radio off and then power it on again.
• Stop and restart a scan via the programmed Scan button
or menu.
• Change channel or zone.
Deleting a Nuisance Channel
If a channel continually generates unwanted calls or noise
(termed a “nuisance” channel), you can temporarily remove the
unwanted channel from the scan list.
This capability does not apply to the channel designated as
the Selected Channel.
Deleting a “nuisance” channel is only possible through the
programmed Nuisance Channel Delete button. This feature is
not accessible through the menu.
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Contact Settings
Contacts provides “address-book” capabilities on your radio.
Each entry corresponds to an alias or ID that you use to initiate
a call.
Each entry, depending on context, associates with one of five
types of calls: Group Call, Private Call, All Call, PC Call or
Dispatch Call.
Note:
If the Privacy feature is enabled on a
channel, you can make privacy-enabled
Group Call, Private Call, and All Call on
that channel. Only target radios with the
same Privacy Key OR the same Key Value
and Key ID as your radio will be able to
unscramble the transmission.
See Privacy on page 90 for more
information.
Making a Group Call from Contacts
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Contacts and press
to select.
The entries are alphabetically sorted.
3
or
to the required group alias or ID.
4 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
Additionally, Contacts menu allows you to assign each entry to
a programmable number key or more on a keypad. If an entry
is assigned to a number key, your radio can perform a quick
dial on the entry.
Your radio supports maximum of 1000 Contact list entries.
Each entry within Contacts displays the following information:
• Call Type
The LED lights up solid green. The first line displays the
subscriber alias or ID. The second line displays Private
Call and the Private Call icon
6 Wait for the Talk Permit Tone to finish (if enabled), and
speak clearly into the microphone.
• Call Alias
7 Release the PTT button to listen.
• Call ID
Note:
5 Press the PTT button to make the call.
You can add or edit subscriber IDs for the
Digital Contacts list.
When any user in the group responds, the LED blinks
green, the display shows the transmitting user's ID, the
radio unmutes and the response sounds through the radio's
speaker.
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Advanced Features
PC Call and Dispatch Call are data-related. They are only
available with the applications. Refer to the data applications
documentation for more information.
8 If the Channel Free Indication feature is enabled, you hear a
short alert tone the moment the transmitting radio releases
the PTT button, indicating the channel is free for you to
respond. Press the PTT button to respond.
If there is no voice activity for a predetermined period of
time, the call ends.
–
or
to Radio Number and press
to select.
– If there was previously dialed ID, the ID appears along
with a blinking cursor. Else, the first line of the display
shows Radio Number:; the second line of the display
shows a blinking cursor. Use the keypad to edit/enter
the ID. Press
to select.
9 You hear a short tone. The display shows Call Ended.
4 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
Making a Private Call from Contacts
5 Press the PTT button to make the call.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Contacts and press
to select.
The LED lights up solid green. The first line displays the
subscriber alias or ID. The second line displays Private
Call and the Private Call icon.
The entries are alphabetically sorted.
6 Wait for the Talk Permit Tone to finish (if enabled), and
3 Use one of the steps described next to select the required
subscriber alias or ID:
7 Release the PTT button to listen.
• select the subscriber alias or ID directly
–
or
press
speak clearly into the microphone.
to the required subscriber alias or ID and
to select.
When the target radio responds, the LED blinks green
and the display shows the transmitting user's ID. the radio
unmutes and the response sounds through the radio's
speaker.
• use the Manual Dial menu
8 If the Channel Free Indication feature is enabled, you hear a
–
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or
to Manual Dial and press
to select.
short alert tone the moment the transmitting radio releases
If there is no voice activity for a predetermined period of
time, the call ends.
to select the entered number.
The display shows Call Ended.
If the entry selected is empty, a negative indicator tone
sounds and the display shows Phone Call Invalid # .
When you press PTT button while in the Phone Contacts
screen, a negative indicator tone sounds and the display
shows Press OK to Place Phone Call.
Making a Phone Call from Contacts
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Contacts and press
4
to select.
subscriber alias or ID:
• select the subscriber alias or ID directly
press
to the required subscriber alias or ID and
to select.
or
to Manual Dial and press
–
or
to Phone Number and press
access code and press
to proceed.
During channel access, press
to dismiss the call
attempt and a negative indicator tone sounds. Your radio
returns to the Call Phone screen.
The access code cannot be more than 10 characters.
• use the Manual Dial menu
–
to select.
list, the first line of the display shows Access Code: . The
second line of the display shows a blinking cursor. Enter the
3 Use one of the steps described next to select the required
or
to Call Phone and press
5 If the access code was not preconfigured in the Contacts
The entries are alphabetically sorted.
–
or
to select.
The first line of the display shows Calling. The second
line of the display shows the subscriber alias or ID, and the
Phone Call icon.
to select.
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Advanced Features
– The first line of the display shows Phone Number: ,
the second line of the display shows a blinking cursor.
Use the keypad to enter a telephone number, and press
the PTT button, indicating the channel is free for you to
respond. Press the PTT button to respond.
If successful, the DTMF tone sounds. You hear the dialing
tone of the telephone user. The first line of the display
shows the subscriber alias or ID, and the RSSI icon. The
second line of the display shows Phone Call and the
Phone Call icon.
Note:
If unsuccessful, a tone sounds and the display shows Phone
Call Failed. Your radio returns to the Access Code
input screen. If the access code was preconfigured in the
Contacts list, the radio returns to the screen you were on
prior to initiating the call.
The RSSI icon disappears during
transmission.
To enter extra digits, if requested by the
Phone Call, press any keypad key to begin
the input of extra digits. The first line of
the display shows Extra Digits: . The
second line of the display shows a blinking
cursor. Enter the extra digits and press
to proceed. The DTMF tone sounds and the
radio returns to the previous screen.
If the call ends while you are entering the
extra digits requested by the Phone Call, your
radio returns to the screen you were on prior
to initiating the call.
6 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
7 Do one of the following:
• Press the PTT button to talk and release it to listen.
• Press One Touch Access button.
Note:
The DTMF tone sounds.
If the entry for the One Touch Access button
is empty, a negative indicator tone sounds.
During the call, when you press One Touch Access button
with the deaccess code preconfigured or enter the deaccess
code as the input for extra digits, your radio attempts to
end the call.
During channel access and access/deaccess code or extra
digits transmission, your radio responds to On/ Off/Volume
Control Knob and Channel Selector Knob only. A tone
sounds for every invalid input.
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Note:
Press
button or
to exit alias
search.
If you release the PTT button while the
radio is setting up the call, it exits without
any indication and returns to the previous
screen.
Your radio may be programmed to perform
a radio presence check prior to setting up
the Private Call. If the target radio is not
available, you hear a short tone and see
negative mini notice on the display.
to end the call.
9 If deaccess code was not preconfigured in the Contacts list,
the first line of the display shows De-Access Code:. The
second line of the display shows a blinking cursor. Enter the
deaccess code and press
to proceed.
The deaccess code cannot be more than 10 characters.
The DTMF tone sounds and the display shows Ending
Phone Call.
If successful, a tone sounds and the display shows Phone
Call Ended. Your radio returns to the Call Phone screen.
If unsuccessful, your radio returns to the Phone Call screen.
Repeat Steps 8 and 9 or wait for the telephone user to end
the call.
When the telephone user ends the call, a tone sounds and
the display shows Phone Call Ended.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Contacts and press
to select.
The entries are alphabetically sorted.
3 Key in the first character of the required alias.
A blinking cursor appears.
Making a Call Alias Search
4 Use the keypad to type the required alias.
You can also use alias or alphanumeric search to retrieve the
required subscriber alias.
This feature is only applicable while in Contacts.
Press
to move one space to the left. Press
one space to the right. Press the
to move
key to delete any
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Advanced Features
8 Press
unwanted characters. Long press
entry method.
If there is no voice activity for a predetermined period of
time, the call ends.
to change text
The first line of the display shows the characters you keyed
in. The next lines of the display show the short listed search
results. The alias search is case-insensitive. If there are two
or more entries with the same name, the radio displays the
entry that is listed first in the Contacts list.
5 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
6 Press the PTT button to make the call.
The display shows Call Ended.
Making a Group, Private, Phone or All Call by Alias
Search
You can also use alias or alphanumeric search to retrieve the
required subscriber alias.
This feature is only applicable while in Contacts.
Note:
The LED lights up solid green. The display shows the
destination alias.
Press
button or
to exit alias
search.
If you release the PTT button while the
radio is setting up the call, it exits without
any indication and returns to the previous
screen.
Your radio may be programmed to perform
a radio presence check prior to setting up
the Private Call. If the target radio is not
available, you hear a short tone and see
Party Not Available on the display; the
radio returns to the menu prior to initiating
the radio presence check.
7 Wait for the Talk Permit Tone to finish (if enabled), and
speak clearly into the microphone.
8 Release the PTT button to listen.
When the target radio responds, the LED blinks green, the
radio unmutes and the response sounds through the radio’s
speaker.
9 If the Channel Free Indication feature is enabled, you hear a
short alert tone the moment the transmitting radio releases
the PTT button, indicating the channel is free for you to
respond. Press the PTT button to respond.
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1
to access the menu.
2
to Contacts and press
or
The entries are alphabetically sorted.
8 Wait for the Talk Permit Tone to finish (if enabled) and speak
3 Key in the first character of the required alias.
clearly into the microphone.
A blinking cursor appears.
9 Release the PTT button to listen.
When the target radio responds, the LED blinks green.
4 Use the keypad to type the required alias.
Press
to move one space to the left. Press
one space to the right. Press the
unwanted characters.
to move
key to delete any
The first line of the display shows the characters you
keyed in. The second line of the display shows an alias
that matches what you have keyed in. The alias search is
case-insensitive. If there are two or more entries with the
same name, the radio displays the entry that is listed first in
the Contacts list.
5
or
to scroll to desired entry, if necessary.
6 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
7 Press the PTT button to make the call.
10 If the Channel Free Indication feature is enabled, you will
hear a short alert tone the moment the target radio releases
the PTT button, indicating the channel is free for you to
respond. Press the PTT button to respond.
If there is no voice activity for a programmed period of time,
the call ends.
You hear a short tone. The display shows Call Ended.
Assigning an Entry to a Programmable Number Key
Note:
See Making a Group, Private or All Call
with the Programmable Number Key on
page 37 for details on making a Group,
Private or All Call with the programmed
number key(s).
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The LED lights up solid green. The first line displays the
target radio’s ID. The second line displays the call type and
the Call icon.
to select.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
an entry. If the
assigned.
to Contacts and press
is before Empty, that number key is not
If a number key is assigned to an entry in a particular
mode, this feature is not supported when you long press the
number key in another mode.
to select.
The entries are alphabetically sorted.
The radio sounds a positive indicator tone and the display
shows Contact Saved.
3
or
select.
4
or
5
or
select.
to the required alias or ID and press
to Program Key and press
to
to select.
to the desired number key and press
to
If the number key is currently assigned to another entry, the
display shows The Key is Already Assigned and then,
the first line of the display shows Overwrite?. Do one of
the following.
•
or
to Yes and press
key assignment.
•
or
step.
to No and press
to overwrite the number
to return to the previous
Each entry can be associated to different number keys.
You see a before each number key that is assigned to
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The screen automatically returns to the previous menu.
Removing the Association between Entry and
Programmable Number Key
1 Access the required alias or ID via:
Steps
Programmed
number key
Long press the programmed number key to
Note:
the required alias or ID; press
When an entry is deleted, the
association between the entry and its
programmed number key(s) is removed.
The radio sounds a positive indicator tone and the display
shows Contact Saved.
to select.
Menu
The screen automatically returns to the previous menu.
a.
b.
c.
to access the menu
or
to Contacts and press
to select. The entries are alphabetically
sorted.
or
to the required subscriber
alias or ID and press
2
or
to Program Key and press
3
or
to Empty and press
to select.
to select.
to select.
Adding a New Contact
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Contacts and press
3
or
to New Contact and press
4
or
to the required contact type, either Radio
Contact or Phone Contact, and press
to select.
to select.
to select.
The first line of the display shows Clear from all keys? .
5 Use the keypad to enter the contact number and press
to confirm.
4
or
to Yes and press
to select.
6 Use the keypad to enter the contact name and press
to
confirm.
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Radio
Control
7 If adding a Radio Contact,
type and press
or
Call Indicator Settings
to the required ringer
to select.
The radio sounds a positive indicator tone and the display
shows positive mini notice.
Activating and Deactivating Call Ringers for Call
Alert
You can select, or turn on or off ringing tones for a received
Call Alert.
Sending a Message to a Contact
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Contacts and press
3
or
to New Contact and press
4
or
to the required contact type, either Radio
to select.
Contact or Phone Contact, and press
5
or
to the required alias and press
6
or
to Send Message and press
to select.
to select.
to select.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Tones/Alert and press
5
or
to Call Ringers and press
6
or
to Call Alert and press
The current tone is indicated by a
7 Press
to send the message.
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to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
.
to select.
7
or
to the required tone and press
You can also use
60
to select.
or
to select.
to change the selected option.
appears beside selected tone.
The display shows
tones are enabled.
beside Enabled, if Private Call ringing
Activating and Deactivating Call Ringers for Private
Calls
You can turn on or off the ringing tones for a received Private
Call.
Activating and Deactivating Call Ringers for Text
Message
1
to access the menu.
You can turn on or off the ringing tones for a received Text
Message.
2
or
3
or
to Utilities and press
to select.
to Radio Settings and press
or
to Tones/Alerts and press
to select.
5
or
to Call Ringers and press
to select.
or
to Private Call and press
You can also use
7 Press
or
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Tones/Alerts and press
to select.
5
or
to Call Ringers and press
to select.
6
or
to Text Message and press
to select.
to select.
4
6
1
to select.
to select.
to select.
to change the selected option.
to enable/disable the Private Call ringing tones.
The current tone is indicated by a
.
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The
disappears from beside Enabled, if Private Call
ringing tones are disabled.
7
or
to the required tone and press
to select.
•
or
to the preferred tone and press
to select.
The display shows Tone <Number> Selected and a
appears left of the selected tone.
•
or
to Turn Off and press
to select. The
display shows Telemetry Ringer Off and a appears
left of Turn Off.
appears beside selected tone.
Activating and Deactivating Call Ringers for
Telemetry Status with Text
You can turn on or off the ringing tones for a received Telemetry
Status with Text.
Assigning Ring Styles
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Tones/Alerts and press
to select.
1
to access the menu.
5
or
to Call Ringers and press
to select.
2
or
6
or
to Telemetry and press
The current tone is indicated by a
to select.
to select.
You can program your radio to sound one of ten predefined
ringing tones when receiving a Call Alert or a Text Message
from a particular contact.
The radio sounds out each ring style as you navigate through
the list.
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to select.
The entries are alphabetically sorted.
to select.
.
3
7 Do one of the following:
to Contacts and press
or
select.
to the required alias or ID and press
to
or
to View/Edit and press
5
or
to Ringer and press
6
or
to required ring style and press
A
7
to select.
You can program your the radio calls to one predeternined
vibrate call. If All Tones status is disabled, the radio displays
the All Tone Mute icon.
to select.
to select.
indicates the current selected tone.
or
to the required tone and press
appears beside selected tone.
Ring Alert Type Selection
to select.
The display shows Contact Saved.
If All Tones status is enabled, the related ring alert type is
displayed.
The radio sounds one vibration if it is a momentary ring style.
The radio will vibrate repetitively if it is a repetitive ring style.
When set to Ring & Vibrate, the radio sounds a specific ring
tone if there is any incoming radio transaction (i.e. Call Alert,
Message or Job Ticket). It sounds like a good key tone or
missed call. If the notification list is not empty, the radio repeats
a vibration every 5 minutes.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
All Tones
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
to select.
3 Go to Radio Settings. Select Tones/Alerts. Select
Ring Alert Type.
to Utilities and press
to select.
3 Go to Radio Settings. SelectTones/Alerts. Select All
Tones. Toggle All Tones to be enabled or disabled.
4 Choose from one of the following:
• Ring
• Vibrate
• Vibrate & Ring
• Silent
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Call Log Features
Escalating Alarm Tone Volume
You can program your radio to continually alert you when a
radio call remains unanswered. This is done by automatically
increasing the alarm tone volume over time. This feature is
known as Escalert.
Your radio keeps track of all recent outgoing, answered, and
missed Private Calls. Use the call log feature to view and
manage recent calls.
You can perform the following tasks in each of your call lists:
• Store ID to Contacts
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Tones/Alerts and press
5
or
to Escalert and press
• Delete
to select.
to select.
• View Details
Viewing Recent Calls
The lists are Missed, Answered, and Outgoing.
You can also use
6 Press
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Call Log and press
3
or
to preferred list and press
to select.
to select.
to change the selected option.
beside Enabled.
disappears from beside Enabled.
to select.
The display shows the most recent entry at the top of the list.
to enable/disable the Escalert.
The display shows
The
or
to select.
4
or
to view the list.
Press the PTT button to start a Private Call with the current
selected alias or ID.
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Deleting a Call from a Call List
Whenever a call is missed, your radio displays a missed call
message in the notification list. The display shows Missed
Calls.
1
to access the menu.
Do one of the following:
2
or
to Call Log and press
• Press
to view the missed call ID. The missed call log
list appears on display.
3
or
to the required list and press
• Press
to select.
to select.
When you select a call list and it contains no entries, the
display shows List Empty, and sounds a low tone if
Keypad Tones are turned on (see Turning Keypad Tones
On or Off on page 106).
to store or delete the entry.
Storing an Alias from a Call List
You can also store an ID without an alias.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Call Log and press
3
or
to the required list and press
4
or
to Store and press
to select.
to select.
to select.
A blinking cursor appears. If needed, key in the alias for that
ID and press
. The display shows positive mini notice.
4
or
select.
5
or
to the required alias or ID and press
to Delete Entry? and press
to
to select.
6 Do one of the following:
• Press
to select Yes to delete the entry. The display
shows Entry Deleted.
•
or
to No, and press the
the previous screen.
button to return to
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Missed Call Screen
Receiving and Responding to a Call Alert
When you receive a Call Alert page, you see the notification
list listing a Call Alert with the alias or ID of the calling radio
on the display.
Viewing Details from a Call List
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Call Log and press
3
or
to the required list and press
4
or
select.
5
or
When you hear a repetitive tone and the LED blinks yellow,
do one of the following:
to select.
• Press the PTT button while the display still shows the Call
Alert in the Notification List to respond with a Private Call.
to select.
to the required alias or ID and press
to
• Press
to exit the Notification List. The alert is moved
to the Missed Call Log.
See Notification List on page 104 for details about the
Notification List.
to View Details and press
to select.
Display shows details.
See Call Log Features on page 64 for details about the Missed
Call List.
Making a Call Alert from the Contact List
Call Alert Operation
Call Alert paging enables you to alert a specific radio user to
call you back when they are able to do so.
This feature is applicable for subscriber aliases or IDs only and
is accessible through the menu via Contacts or manual dial.
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1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Contacts and press
to select.
3 Use one of the steps described next to select the required
subscriber alias or ID:
• select the subscriber alias or ID directly
–
or
to select.
Press the programmed One Touch Access button to make a
Call Alert to the predefined alias or ID.
• use the Manual Dial menu
–
or
to Manual Dial and press
–
or
to Radio Contact and press
to select.
to select.
– The first line of the display shows Radio Number: ,
the second line of the display shows a blinking cursor.
Enter the subscriber ID you want to page and press
.
4
or
Making a Call Alert with the One Touch Access
Button
The display shows Call Alert and the subscriber alias or ID,
indicating that the Call Alert has been sent.
The LED lights up solid green when your radio is sending the
Call Alert.
If the Call Alert acknowledgement is received, the display
shows positive mini notice.
If the Call Alert acknowledgement is not received, the display
shows negative mini notice.
to Call Alert and press
to select.
Emergency Operation
The display shows Call Alert and the subscriber alias or
ID, indicating that the Call Alert has been sent.
The LED lights up solid green when your radio is sending
the Call Alert.
If the Call Alert acknowledgement is received, the display
shows positive mini notice.
If the Call Alert acknowledgement is not received, the
display shows negative mini notice.
An Emergency Alarm is used to indicate a critical situation. You
are able to initiate an Emergency at any time on any screen
display even when there is activity on the current channel.
Your dealer can set the duration of a button press for the
programmed Emergency button, except for long press, which
is similar with all other buttons:
The Emergency button is assigned with the Emergency On/Off
feature. Check with your dealer for the assigned operation of
the Emergency button.
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press
to the required subscriber alias or ID and
Note:
If the short press for the Emergency button
is assigned to turn on the Emergency mode,
then the long press for the Emergency
button is assigned to exit the Emergency
mode.
If the long press for the Emergency button
is assigned to turn on the Emergency mode,
then the short press for the Emergency
button is assigned to exit the Emergency
mode.
Your radio supports three Emergency Alarms:
• Silent with Voice – Radio transmits an alarm signal without
any audio or visual indicators, but allow incoming calls to
sound through the radio’s speaker.
Receiving an Emergency Alarm
On receiving an emergency alarm the emergency icon appears,
a tone sounds, the LED blinks red and the radio displays the
emergency caller alias. If more than one alarm has occurred all
emergency caller aliases are displayed in an Alarm List.
1 When receiving an emergency alarm, do one of the
following:
• Emergency Alarm
• Emergency Alarm with Call
• Emergency Alarm with Voice to Follow
Note:
Only ONE of the Emergency Alarms
above can be assigned to the programmed
Emergency button.
In addition, each alarm has the following types:
• Regular – Radio transmits an alarm signal and shows audio
and/or visual indicators.
• Silent – Radio transmits an alarm signal without any audio
or visual indicators. Radio receives calls without any sound
through the radio’s speaker, until you press the PTT button
to initiate the call.
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• If a single emergency call alias is displayed, press
view more details. press
details.
to
again to view your action
• If the multiple emergency caller aliases are displayed in
the Alarm List,
or
to the required alias and press
to view more details. Press
action items.
2 Press
again to view your
and select Yes to exit the Alarm List. To revisit
the Alarm List, press
Alarm List.
to access the menu and select
Responding to an Emergency Alarm
or
to the required alias.
2 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
6 Your radio displays the Alarm List.
your mouth.
If the Channel Free Indication feature is enabled, you will
hear a short alert tone the moment the transmitting radio
releases the PTT button, indicating the channel is now
available for use.
3 Press PTT button to transmit non-emergency voice to the
same group that the Emergency Alarm was targeted to.
Emergency voice can only be transmitted by the emergency
initiating radio. All other radios (including the emergency
receiving radio) transmit non-emergency voice.
The LED lights up solid green. Your radio remains in the
Emergency mode.
4 Wait for the Talk Permit Tone to finish (if enabled) and speak
clearly into the microphone.
5 Release the PTT button to listen.
When the emergency initiating radio responds, the LED
blinks green, the LED blinks green, the radio unmutes and
the response sounds through the radio's speaker.You see
Sending an Emergency Alarm
This feature allows you to send an Emergency Alarm, a
non-voice signal, which triggers an alert indication on a group
of radios.
If your radio is set to Silent, it will not display any audio or visual
indicators during Emergency mode.
Press the programmed Emergency On button.
The display shows Tx Alarm and the destination alias. The
LED lights up solid green and the Emergency icon appears
on the Home screen display.
When an Emergency Alarm acknowledgement is received, the
Emergency tone sounds and the LED blinks green. The display
shows Alarm Sent.
If your radio does not receive an Emergency Alarm
acknowledgement, and after all retries have been exhausted, a
tone sounds and the display shows Alarm Failed.
Radio exits the Emergency Alarm mode and returns to the
Home screen.
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1 In the Alarm List,
the Group Call icon, the group ID, and transmitting radio ID
on your display.
Sending an Emergency Alarm with Call
This feature allows you to send an Emergency Alarm to a group
of radios. Upon acknowledgement by a radio within the group,
the group of radios can communicate over a programmed
Emergency channel.
If your radio is set to Silent, it will not display any audio or visual
indicators during Emergency mode, or allow any received calls
to sound through the radio’s speaker, until you press the PTT
button to initiate the call.
If your radio is set to Silent with Voice, it will not display any
audio or visual indicators during Emergency mode, but allow
incoming calls to sound through the radio’s speaker. The
indicators will only appear once you press the PTT button to
initiate, or respond to, the call.
1 Press the programmed Emergency On button.
The display shows Tx Alarm and the destination alias. The
LED lights up solid green and the Emergency icon appears
on the Home screen display.
When an Emergency Alarm acknowledgment is received,
the Emergency tone sounds and the LED blinks green. The
display shows Alarm Sent.
2 Hold the radio vertically 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5.0 cm) from
your mouth.
3 Press PTT button to make the call.
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The LED lights up solid green and the Group icon appears
on the display.
4 Wait for the Talk Permit Tone to finish (if enabled) and speak
clearly into the microphone.
5 Release the PTT button to listen.
If the Channel Free Indication feature is enabled, you hear a
short alert tone the moment the transmitting radio releases
the PTT button, indicating the channel is free for you to
respond.
6 Press the PTT button to respond.
7 Once your call ends, press Emergency Off button to exit
the Emergency mode.
The radio returns to the Home screen.
Sending an Emergency Alarm with Voice to Follow
This feature allows you to send an Emergency Alarm to a group
of radios. Your radio’s microphone is automatically activated,
allowing you to communicate with the group of radios without
pressing the PTT button.
This activated microphone state is also known as “hot mic”.
Note:
During Emergency Cycle Mode, received
calls sound through the radio’s speaker.
If you press the PTT button during the programmed
programmed receiving period, you will hear a prohibit tone,
indicating that you should release the PTT button. The radio
ignores the PTT press and remains in Emergency mode.
Note:
If you press the PTT button during hot mic,
and continue to press it after the hot mic
duration expires, the radio continues to
transmit until you release the PTT button.
If your radio is set to Silent, it will not display any audio or visual
indicators during Emergency mode, or allow any received calls
to sound through the radio’s speaker, until the programmed hot
mic transmission period is over, and you press the PTT button.
If your radio is set to Silent with Voice, it will not display any
audio or visual indicators during Emergency mode when you
are making the call with hot mic, but allow sound through
the radio’s speaker when the target radio responds after the
programmed hot mic transmission period is over. The indicators
will only appear when you press the PTT button.
Note:
If the Emergency Alarm request fails, the
radio does not retry to send the request,
and enters the hot mic state directly.
1 Press the programmed Emergency On button.
The display shows Tx Alarm and the destination alias.
The LED lights up solid green and the Emergency icon is
displayed.
2 Once the display shows Alarm Sent, speak clearly into
the microphone.
When hot mic has been enabled, the radio automatically
transmits without a PTT press until the hot mic duration
expires. While transmitting, the LED lights up solid green
and the Emergency icon appears on the display.
3 The radio automatically stops transmitting when the cycling
duration between hot mic and receiving calls expires, if
Emergency Cycle Mode is enabled.
4 Once the hot mic duration expires, the radio automatically
stops transmitting. To transmit again, press the PTT button.
Reinitiating an Emergency Mode
Note:
This feature is only applicable to the radio
sending the Emergency Alarm.
There are two instances where this can happen:
• You change the channel while the radio is in Emergency
mode. This exits the Emergency mode. If Emergency
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If your radio has Emergency Cycle Mode enabled, repetitions
of hot mic and receiving period are made for a programmed
duration.
Alarm is enabled on this new channel, the radio reinitiates
Emergency.
• You press the programmed Emergency On button during
an Emergency initiation/transmission state. This causes the
radio to exit this state, and to reinitiate Emergency.
Exiting Emergency Mode
Note:
This feature is only applicable to the radio
sending the Emergency Alarm.
Text Message Features
Your radio is able to receive data, for example a text message,
from another radio or an e-mail application.
The maximum length of characters for a text message,
including the subject line (seen when receiving message from
an e-mail application), is 140whereas for receiving this is 280
characters..
Note:
at any time to return to
Long press
the Home screen.
Your radio exits Emergency mode when one of the following
occurs:
• Emergency Alarm acknowledgement is received (for
Emergency Alarm only)
• All retries to send the alarm have been exhausted
• The Emergency Off button is pressed.
Note:
If your radio is powered off, it exits
the Emergency mode. The radio will
not reinitiate the Emergency mode
automatically when it is turned on again.
If you change channels when your radio
is in Emergency mode to a channel that
has no emergency system configured, No
Emergency is shown on your display.
Writing and Sending a Text Message
1 Access the Text Message feature.
Radio
Controls
Steps
Programmed
Text
Message
button
Press the programmed Text Message
button.
Menu
a.
b.
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to access the menu.
or
to select.
to Messages and press
to Compose and press
or
to select.
If the message is sent successfully, a tone sounds and the
display shows positive mini notice.
A blinking cursor appears.
If the message cannot be sent, a low tone sounds and the
display shows negative mini notice.
3 Use the keypad to type your message.
Press
to move one space to the left. Press
or the
key to move one space to the right. Press the
If the text message fails to send, the radio returns you to the
Resend option screen (see Managing Fail-to-Send Text
Messages on page 77
key to delete any unwanted characters. Long press
to change text entry method.
Sending a Quick Text Message
4 Press
once message is composed.
5 Depending on whether you want to send, save, re-edit,
or delete the newly composed message, do one of the
following.
•
•
•
•
While Quick Text messages are predefined, you can edit each
message before sending it.
1 Access the Text Message feature.
to Send, and press
to send the message.
or
to Save, and press
to the Drafts folder.
to save the message
or
Your radio supports a maximum of 50 Quick Text messages as
programmed by your dealer.
to edit the message.
again to choose between deleting the message or
saving it to the Drafts folder.
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2
The display shows transitional mini notice, confirming your
message is being sent.
Radio
Controls
Steps
Programmed
Text
Message
button
Press the programmed Text Message
button.
key to delete any unwanted characters. Long press
to change text entry method.
5 Press
6 Depending on whether you want to send, save, re-edit,
Menu
a.
b.
or delete the newly composed message, do one of the
following.
to access the menu.
or
to select.
to Messages and press
•
•
2
or
3
or
select.
once message is composed.
to Quick Text and press
to select.
to the required Quick Text and press
to Send, and press
to send the message.
or
to Save, and press
to the Drafts folder.
to save the message
or
•
to
•
to edit the message.
again to choose between deleting the message or
saving it to the Drafts folder.
A blinking cursor appears.
7 If you are sending the message, select the recipient by
4 Use the keypad to edit the message, if required.
Press
to move one space to the left. Press
key to move one space to the right. Press the
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•
or
select.
•
or
to Manual Dial, and press
to select.
The first line of the display shows Radio Number:. The
or the
to the required alias or ID and press
to
second line of the display shows a blinking cursor. Key in
.
The display shows , transitional mini notice, confirming your
message is being sent.
Accessing the Drafts Folder
If the message is sent successfully, a tone sounds and the
display shows positive mini notice.
You can save a text message to send it at a later time.
If the message cannot be sent, a low tone sounds and the
display shows negative mini notice.
If a PTT button press or a mode change causes the radio to exit
the text message writing/editing screen while you are in the
process of writing or editing a text message, your current text
message is automatically saved to the Drafts folder.
If the text message fails to send, the radio returns you to the
Resend option screen (see Managing Fail-to-Send Text
Messages on page 77).
Sending a Quick Text Message
Press the programmed One Touch Access button to send a
predefined Quick Text message to a predefined alias or ID.
The display shows transitional mini notice, confirming your
message is being sent.
If the message is sent successfully, a tone sounds and the
display shows positive mini notice.
The most recent saved text message is always added to the top
of the Drafts list.
The Drafts folder stores a maximum of ten (10) last saved
messages. When the folder is full, the next saved text message
automatically replaces the oldest text message in the folder.
Note:
at any time to return to
Long press
the Home screen.
Viewing a Saved Text Message
1 Access the Text Message feature.
If the message cannot be sent, a low tone sounds and the
display shows negative mini notice.
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the subscriber alias or ID and press
If the text message fails to send, the radio returns you to
the Resend option screen (see Managing Fail-to-Send Text
Messages on page 77).
Radio
Controls
Steps
Programmed
Text
Message
button
Press the programmed Text Message
button.
3 Use the keypad to type your message.
Press
key to delete any unwanted characters. Long press
to change text entry method.
a.
b.
or
3
or
select.
to access the menu.
or
to select.
2
or
to Drafts and press
to select.
again while viewing the message.
to Edit and press
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once message is composed.
5 Select the message recipient by
to the required message and press
A blinking cursor appears.
4 Press
to Messages and press
Editing and Sending a Saved Text Message
1 Press
or the
key to move one space to the right. Press the
Menu
2
to move one space to the left. Press
to select.
to
•
or
select.
to the required alias or ID and press
•
or
to Manual Dial, and press
to select.
The first line of the display shows Radio Number:. The
second line of the display shows a blinking cursor. Key in
the subscriber alias or ID and press
to
.
The display shows transitional mini notice, confirming your
message is being sent.
If the message is sent successfully, a tone sounds and the
display shows positive mini notice.
If the message cannot be sent, a low tone sounds and the
display shows negative mini notice.
If the text message cannot be sent, it is moved to the Sent
Items folder and marked with a Send Failed icon.
4 Press
or
message.
to Delete and press
to delete the text
Deleting a Saved Text Message from Drafts
1 Access the Text Message feature.
Managing Fail-to-Send Text Messages
Radio
Controls
Steps
You can select one of the following options while at the Resend
option screen:
Programmed
Text
Message
button
Press the programmed Text Message
button.
• Resend
• Forward
• Edit
Note:
Menu
a.
b.
2
or
3
or
select.
to access the menu.
or
to select.
If the channel type (i.e. conventional digital
or Capacity Plus or Linked Capacity Plus) is
not a match, you can only edit and forward
a Fail-to-Send message.
to Messages and press
to Drafts and press
Resending a Text Message
Press
to resend the same message to the same
subscriber/group alias or ID.
to select.
to the required message and press
to
If the message is sent successfully, a tone sounds and the
display shows positive mini notice.
If the message cannot be sent, the display shows negative mini
notice.
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5
again while viewing the message.
Forwarding a Text Message
Note:
Select Forward to send the message to another subscriber/
group alias or ID.
1
or
to Forward and press
1
to select.
to Edit and press
or
•
or
select.
•
or
to Manual Dial, and press
to select.
The first line of the display shows Radio Number:. The
second line of the display shows a blinking cursor. Key in
to the required alias or ID and press
to
2 Use the keypad to edit your message.
Press
.
The display shows Text Message: <Subscriber/Group
Alias or ID>, confirming your message is being sent.
If the message is sent successfully, a tone sounds and the
display shows positive mini notice.
If the message cannot be sent, a low tone sounds and the
display shows negative mini notice.
Editing a Text Message
Select Edit to edit the message before sending it.
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to move one space to the left. Press
or the
key to move one space to the right. Press the
key to delete any unwanted characters. Long press
to change text entry method.
3 Press
once message is composed.
4 Depending on whether you want to send, save, re-edit,
or delete the newly composed message, do one of the
following.
•
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to select.
A blinking cursor appears.
2 Select the message recipient by
the subscriber alias or ID and press
If a subject line is present (for messages
received from an e-mail application), you
cannot edit it.
•
to Send, and press
to send the message.
or
to Save, and press
to the Drafts folder.
to save the message
or
•
again to choose between deleting the message or
saving it to the Drafts folder.
The Sent Items folder is capable of storing a maximum of thirty
(30) last sent messages. When the folder is full, the next sent
text message automatically replaces the oldest text message
in the folder.
5 If you are sending the message, select the recipient by
•
•
or
select.
to the required alias or ID and press
to
Note:
Long press
at any time to return to
the Home screen.
or
to Manual Dial, and press
to select.
The first line of the display shows Radio Number:. The
second line of the display shows a blinking cursor. Key in
the subscriber alias or ID and press
Once a message is sent to another radio, it is saved in Sent
Items. The most recent sent text message is always added to
the top of the Sent Items list.
.
Viewing a Sent Text Message
1 Access the Text Message feature.
The display shows Text Message: <Subscriber/Group
Alias or ID>, confirming your message is being sent.
Radio
Controls
Steps
If the message is sent successfully, a tone sounds and the
display shows positive mini notice.
Programmed
Text
Message
button
Press the programmed Text Message
button.
If the message cannot be sent, a low tone sounds and the
display shows negative mini notice.
Menu
a.
b.
to access the menu.
or
to select.
to Messages and press
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•
Managing Sent Text Messages
to edit the message.
1 Press
2
3
or
to Sent Items and press
or
select.
to the required message and press
2
to
A subject line may be shown if the message is from an
e-mail application.
Sending a Sent Text Message
You can select one of the following options while viewing a sent
text message:
• Resend
• Forward
• Edit
• Delete
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If the channel type (i.e. conventional digital
or Capacity Plus or Linked Capacity Plus) is
not a match, you can only edit, forward, or
delete a Sent message.
or
to one of the options described next and press
to select.
Option
Steps
Forward
Select Forward to send the selected text
message to another subscriber/group alias
or ID (see Forwarding a Text Message on
page 78).
Edit
Select Edit to edit the selected text message
before sending it (see Editing a Text
Message on page 78).
The icon at the top right corner of the screen indicates the
status of the message (see Sent Item Icons on page 24).
Note:
again while viewing the message.
to select.
Steps
Delete
Select Delete to delete the text message.
Resend
Select Resend to resend the selected text
message to the same subscriber/group alias
or ID.
The display shows transitional mini notice,
confirming that the same message is being
sent to the same target radio.
If the message is sent successfully, a tone
sounds and the display shows positive mini
notice.
If the message cannot be sent, a low tone
sounds and the display shows negative mini
notice.
If the message fails to send, the radio returns
you to the Resend option screen. Press
If you exit the message sending screen while the message
is being sent, the radio updates the status of the message
in the Sent Items folder without providing any indication in
the display or via sound.
If the radio changes mode or powers down before the status
of the message in Sent Items is updated, the radio cannot
complete any In-Progress messages and automatically
marks it with a Send Failed icon.
The radio supports a maximum of five (5) In-Progress
messages at one time. During this period, the radio cannot
send any new message and automatically marks it with a
Send Failed icon.
Deleting All Sent Text Messages from Sent Items
1 Access the Text Message feature.
to resend the message to the same
subscriber/group alias or ID.
Note:
Changing the volume, and
pressing any button, except for
,
, or
the message.
Note:
, returns you to
The radio exits the Resend option
screen if you press the PTT
button to initiate a Private or
Group Call, or to respond to a
Group Call. The radio also exits
the screen when it receives a
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Option
Radio
Controls
Steps
Programmed
Text
Message
button
Press the programmed Text Message
button.
•
to No and press
or
screen.
to return to the previous
Receiving a Text Message
Menu
a.
b.
to access the menu.
or
to select.
to Messages and press
When your radio receives a message, the display shows the
alias or ID of the sender and the Message icon at the far left
of the screen.
You can select Read when receiving a text message.
Note:
2
or
to Sent Items and press
to select.
When you select Sent Items and it contains no text
messages, the display shows List Empty, and sounds
a low tone if Keypad Tones are turned on (see Turning
Keypad Tones On or Off on page 106).
3
or
to Delete All and press
4 Choose one of the following.
•
or
to Yes and ppress
shows positive mini notice.
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Reading a Text Message
1
to select.
The radio exits the Text Message alert
screen and sets up a Private or Group
Call to the sender of the messageif the
PTT button is pressed when the radio is
displaying the alert screen.
or
to Read? and press
to select.
Selected message in the Inbox opens.
A subject line may be shown if the message is from an
e-mail application.
to select. The display
2 Do one of the following:
Long press
at any time to return to
the Home screen.
to return to the Inbox.
• Press
a second time to reply, forward, or delete the
text message.
Managing Received Text Messages
Use the Inbox to manage your text messages. The Inbox is
capable of storing a maximum of 30 messages.
Text messages in the Inbox are sorted according to the most
recently received.
Your radio supports the following options for text messages:
• Reply
Viewing a Text Message from the Inbox
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Messages and press
3
or
to Inbox and press
4
or
toview the messages.
to select.
to select.
A subject line may be shown if the message is from an
e-mail application.
5 Do one of the following:
• Forward
• Press
• Delete
• Delete All
Note:
If the channel type (i.e. conventional digital
or Capacity Plus or Linked Capacity Plus) is
not a match, you can only forward, delete,
or delete all Received messages.
to select the current message, and press
again to reply, quick reply, forward, or delete that
message.
• Long press
to return to the Home screen.
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• Press
Note:
Viewing a Telemetry Status Text Message from the Inbox
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Messages and press
3
or
to Inbox and press
4
or
select.
to select.
Radio
Controls
Steps
Programmed
Text
Message
button
Press the programmed Text Message
button.
Menu
to select.
a.
to the required message and press
to access the menu.
to
b.
You cannot reply to a Telemetry Status text message.
or
to select.
to Messages and press
The display shows Telemetry: <Status Text Message>.
5 Long press
to return to the Home screen.
Replying to a Text Message from the Inbox
1 Access the Text Message feature.
2
or
3
or
select.
to Inbox and press
to select.
to the required message and press
A subject line may be shown if the message is from an
e-mail application.
4 Press
once more to access the sub-menu.
5 Do one of the following:
•
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to
or
to Reply and press
to select.
•
or
to Quick Reply and press
to select.
6 Use your keypad to write/edit your message.
7 Press
once message is composed.
Steps
Programmed
Text
Message
button
Press the programmed Text Message
button.
Menu
a.
The display shows transitional mini notice, confirming your
message is being sent.
b.
If the message is sent successfully, a tone sounds and the
display shows positive mini notice,
If the message cannot be sent,a low tone sounds and the
display shows negative mini notice,
If the message cannot be sent, the radio returns you to the
Resend option screen (see Managing Fail-to-Send Text
Messages on page 77).
Advanced Features
A blinking cursor appears.
Radio
Controls
2
or
3
or
select.
to access the menu.
or
to select.
to Messages and press
to Inbox and press
to select.
to the required message and press
to
A subject line may be shown if the message is from an
e-mail application.
Deleting a Text Message from the Inbox
1 Access the Text Message feature.
4 Press
5
or
once more to access the sub-menu.
to Delete and press
to select.
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6
or
to Yes and press
Keypad Tones are turned on (see Turning Keypad Tones
On or Off on page 106).
to select.
The display shows positive mini notice and the screen
returns to the Inbox.
Deleting All Text Messages from the Inbox
Radio
Controls
Steps
Programmed
Text
Message
button
Press the programmed Text Message
button.
b.
to access the menu.
or
to select.
to Messages and press
to Inbox and press
to select.
When you select Inbox and it contains no text messages,
the display shows List Empty, and sounds a low tone if
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4
or
to Yes and press
to select.
to select.
Your radio is able to receive Job Tickets, which are messages
from the dispatcher listing out tasks that need to be performed.
a.
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to Delete All and press
Job Tickets
Menu
or
or
The display shows positive mini notice.
1 Access the Text Message feature.
2
3
You can respond to Job Tickets in order to sort them into
Job Ticket Folders. By default, the folders are “All", "New",
"Started", and "Completed". Check with your dealer or system
administrator for an additional 10 folders.
Your radio supports a maximum of 100 Job Tickets, all of
which can be seen in the "All" folder. New Job Tickets and
Job Tickets with recent change in state are listed first. Upon
reaching the maximum number of Job Tickets, the next Job
Ticket automatically replaces the last Job Ticket in your radio.
Note:
Job Tickets are retained even after radio is
powered down and powered up again.
Accessing the Job Ticket Folder
Advanced Features
Access the Job Ticket folder.
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Radio Control
Programmed Job
Ticket button
Responding to the Job Ticket
Steps
a. Press the programmed Job
Ticket button.
b.
or
to the required folder
and press
to select.
Note:
You can also press
and the
corresponding
number key (1–9) to
access the required
folder.
Menu
a.
to access the menu.
b.
or
press
c.
or
to select.
to the required folder
and press
to select.
Note:
You can also press
and the
corresponding
number key (1–9) to
access the required
folder.
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to Job Tickets and
d.
or
to the required Job
Respond to the Job Ticket.
Radio Control
The display shows transitional mini notice, confirming your
message being sent.
a. Press the programmed
Job Ticket button.
If the message is sent, a tone sounds and the display shows
positive mini notice.
b.
If the message is not sent, a low tone sounds and the display
shows negative mini notice.
or
to the
required folder and
press
to select.
Deleting a Job Ticket
Note:
You can also
press
and the corresponding
number key
(1–9) to access the required folder.
Delete a Job Ticket.
Menu
a.
to access the menu
b.
or
to Job
Tickets and press
to select
c.
or
to the
required folder and
press
Note:
to select.
You can also
press
and the corresponding
number key
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Programmed Job Ticket
button
Steps
Radio Control
Programmed Job
Ticket button
Privacy
Steps
a. Press the programmed Job Ticket
button.
b.
or
to select
to All and press
Menu
a.
to access the menu
b.
or
press
c.
d.
or
to select
or
to Job Tickets and
to select
Note:
to the required Job
to select.
At Step 4, while viewing
the Job Ticket, press
to delete.
e. Press
again while viewing the
Job Ticket.
f.
or
to Delete and press
to select
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Your radio must have privacy enabled on the channel to
send a privacy-enabled transmission, although this is not a
necessary requirement for receiving a transmission. While on a
privacy-enabled channel, the radio is still able to receive clear
(unscrambled) transmissions.
Your radio supports two types of privacy:
to All and press
Ticket and press
If enabled, this feature helps to prevent eavesdropping by
unauthorized users on a channel by the use of a software-based
scrambling solution. The signaling and user identification
portions of a transmission are not scrambled.
• Basic Privacy
• Enhanced Privacy.
Only ONE of the privacy types above can be assigned to the
radio.
To unscramble a privacy-enabled call or data transmission,
your radio must be programmed to have the same Privacy Key
(for Basic Privacy), OR the same Key Value and Key ID (for
Enhanced Privacy) as the transmitting radio.
If your radio receives a scrambled call that is of a different
Privacy Key, OR a different Key Value and Key ID, you will
either hear a garbled transmission (Basic Privacy) or nothing at
all (Enhanced Privacy).
If the radio has a privacy type assigned, the Home screen
shows the Secure or Unsecure icon, except when the radio is
sending or receiving an Emergency call or alarm.
The
disappears from beside Enabled.
You can access this feature by
• Pressing the programmed Privacy button to toggle privacy
on or off.
• Using the Radio Menu as described by the steps described
next.
Note:
1
Some radio models may not offer this
Privacy feature. Check with your dealer or
system administrator for more information.
Covert Mode
Your radio is capable of Covert Mode. During covert mode, all
keypad and programmed button access are blocked. When
enabled, all visual indications (display, LED's and backlight)
are enabled.
This feature allows audio or tone only via a wired accessory or
a Bluetooth accessory.
to access the menu.
Entering Covert Mode
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Privacy and press
You can also use
5 Press
or
to select.
to select.
to change selected option.
to enable/disable Privacy.
The display shows
to select.
beside Enabled.
Press the
button and the 2, 5, and 8 numeric keys in
tandem in home screen.
Exiting Covert Mode
To exit Covert Mode, do one of the following:
• Press the
button and the 2, 5, and 8 numeric keys in
tandem. Radio will go back to normal mode.
• Power cycle the radio via the On/Off button.
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The LED lights up solid green while the radio is transmitting
and blinks green rapidly when the radio is receiving an ongoing
privacy-enabled transmission.
Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF)
Starting an Automatic Site Search
Note:
The Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF) feature allows the radio
to operate in a radio system with an interface to telephone
systems.
The radio only scans for a new site if the
current signal is weak or when the radio is
unable to detect any signal from the current
site. If the RSSI value is strong, the radio
remains on the current site.
1 Press and hold the PTT button to initiate a DTMF call.
2 Enter the desired number, * or #.
You can turn off the DTMF tone by disabling all radio tones
and alerts (see Turning the Radio Tones/Alerts On or
Off on page 108).
Multi-Site Controls
These features are applicable when your current radio
channel is part of an IP Site Connect or Linked Capacity Plus
configuration.
See IP Site Connect on page 19 and Linked Capacity Plus
on page 20 for more details about these configurations.
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Start Automatic Site search by
• data transmission.
Description
Site Lock
On/Off
button
Press the programmed Site Lock On/Off
button to toggle the start/stop automatic site
search.
A tone sounds and the display shows Site Unlocked.
Radio menu
a.
b.
to access the menu.
or
to select.
c.
or
press
d.
or
to Utilities and press
to Radio Settings and
The radio then returns to the Home screen. The display shows
the Site Roaming icon and channel alias.
The LED blinks yellow rapidly when the radio is actively
searching for a new site, and turns off once the radio locks on
to a site.
Stopping an Automatic Site Search
When your radio is actively searching for a new site, you can
stop the search by
to select.
to Site Roaming and press
to select.
e.
or
to select.
to Site Lock and press
If the current channel is
• a multi-site channel with an attached roam list AND
• is out of range,
the radio also performs an automatic site search (that is the
site is unlocked) during
• a PTT button press or
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Radio
Control
Radio
Control
Description
Radio
Control
Description
Site Lock
On/Off
button
Press the programmed Site Lock On/Off
button to toggle the start/stop automatic site
search.
Manual Site
Roam button
Press the programmed Manual Site Roam
button to start the manual site search.
Radio menu
Radio menu
a.
a.
b.
b.
c.
or
to select.
or
press
d.
or
to Utilities and press
c.
to Radio Settings and
to select.
or
to select.
to Site Lock and press
or
to select.
or
press
d.
to Site Roaming and press
to select.
e.
to access the menu.
to access the menu.
or
to Utilities and press
to Radio Settings and
to select.
to Site Roaming and press
to select.
e.
or
to Active Search and press
to select.
A tone sounds and the display shows Site Locked.
A tone sounds, the display shows Finding Site, and the LED
blinks green.
The radio then returns to the Home screen. The LED turns off
and the display shows the channel alias.
If a new site is found, a tone sounds and the LED turns off. The
display shows Site <Alias> Found.
Starting a Manual Site Search
Start a Manual Site Search by
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If there is no available site within range, a tone sounds and the
LED turns off. The display shows Out of Range.
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If a new site is within range, but the radio is unable to connect
to it, a tone sounds and the LED turns off. The display shows
Channel Busy.
The radio lastly returns to the Home screen.
Security
You can enable or disable any radio in the system. For example,
you might want to disable a stolen radio, to prevent the thief
from using it, and enable that radio, when it is recovered.
Note:
Performing Radio Disable and Enable
is limited to radios with these functions
enabled. Check with your dealer or system
administrator for more information.
Radio Disable
1 Access this feature by
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Radio
Controls
Radio
Disable
button
If successful, the radio sounds a positive indicator tone and
the display shows positive mini notice.
Steps
a. Press the programmed Radio Disable
button.
b.
or
to the required alias or ID
and press
If not successful, the radio sounds a negative indicator tone
and the display shows negative mini notice.
Do not press
during the Radio Disable operation as
you will not get an acknowledgement message.
to select.
Radio menu
a.
to access the menu.
b.
or
to Contacts and press
to select. The entries are alphabetically
sorted.
c.
Use one of the steps described next to
select the required subscriber alias or ID
• select the required alias or ID directly
–
or
to the required alias or
ID and press
to select.
• use the Manual Dial menu
–
or
press
–
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or
press
to Manual Dial and
to select.
to Radio Number and
to select.
– The first line of the display shows
Radio Number: . the second
line of the display shows a blinking
Radio Enable
1 Access this feature by
Radio
Enable
button
If successful, the radio sounds a positive indicator tone and
the display shows positive mini notice.
Steps
a. Press the programmed Radio Enable
button.
b.
or
to the required alias or ID
and press
If not successful,the radio sounds a negative indicator tone
and the display shows negative mini notice.
Do not press
during the Radio Enable operation as
you will not get an acknowledgement message.
to select.
Radio menu
a.
b.
c.
to access the menu.
or
to Contacts and press
to select. The entries are alphabetically
sorted.
Use one of the steps described next to
select the required subscriber alias or ID
• select the required alias or ID directly
–
or
to the required alias or
ID and press
to select.
• use the Manual Dial menu
–
or
press
–
or
press
to Manual Dial and
to select.
to Radio Number and
to select.
– The first line of the display shows
Radio Number: . the second
line of the display shows a blinking
Lone Worker
This feature raises an emergency if there is no user activity,
such as any radio button press or activation of the channel
selector, for a predefined time.
Before raising the emergency, when the inactivity timer expires,
the radio warns the user via an audio indicator.
If there is still no acknowledgment by the user before the
predefined reminder timer expires, the radio initiates an
Emergency Alarm.
Only one of the following Emergency Alarms can be assigned
to this feature:
• Emergency Alarm
• Emergency Alarm with Call
• Emergency Alarm with Voice to Follow
The radio remains in the emergency state allowing voice
messages to proceed until action is taken. See Emergency
Operation on page 67 on ways to exit Emergency.
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This feature is limited to radios with this
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function enabled. Check with your dealer or
Advanced Features
Radio
Controls
You hear a continuous tone.
Your radio enters into locked state for 15 minutes, and
responds to inputs from On/Off Button and programmed
Backlight button only.
2 Do one of the following:
• Enter your current four-digit password with the radio’s
keypad. The second line of the display shows
.
Press
. Press
to move to next digit. Press
your selection.
to confirm
You hear a positive indicator tone for every digit entered.
to remove the last
on the display. You hear a
when the second line
negative indicator tone, if you press
of the display is empty, or if you press more than four digits.
If the password is correct, your radio proceeds to power up.
See Powering Up the Radio on page 11.
If the password is incorrect, the display shows Wrong
Password. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 . Password less than four
digits is incorrect.
After the third incorrect password, the display shows Wrong
Password and then, shows Radio Locked. A tone sounds
and the LED double blinks yellow.
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The radio is unable to receive any call,
including emergency calls, in locked
state.
to proceed.
• Enter your current four-digit password. Press
or
to
edit each digit’s numeric value. Each digit changes to
Press
Note:
Unlocking the Radio from Locked State
1 If your radio was powered down after being in the locked
state, power up the radio.
A tone sounds and the LED double blinks yellow. The
display shows Radio Locked.
2 Wait for 15 minutes.
Your radio restarts the 15 minutes timer for locked state
when you power up.
3 Repeat Steps and 2 in Accessing the Radio from
Password on page 97.
Turning the Password Lock On or Off
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Passwd Lock and press
to select.
to select.
to select.
5 Enter the four-digit password.
See Step 2 in Accessing the Radio from Password on
page 97.
6 Press
to proceed.
If the password is incorrect, the display shows Wrong
Password, and automatically returns to the previous menu.
7 If the password entered in the previous step is correct,
press
to enable/disable password lock.
The display shows
The
beside Enabled.
disappears from beside Enabled.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Passwd Lock and press
to select.
to select.
to select.
5 Enter the four-digit password.
See Step 2 in Accessing the Radio from Password on
page 97.
6 Press
to proceed.
If the password is incorrect, the display shows Wrong
Password, and automatically returns to the previous menu.
7 If the password entered in the previous step is correct,
or
to Change Pwd and press
to select.
8 Enter a new four-digit password.
See Step 2 in Accessing the Radio from Password on
page 97.
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Changing the Password
9 Reenter the previously entered four-digit password. See
Step 2 in Accessing the Radio from Password on page 97
10 Press
to proceed.
If the reentered password matches the new password
entered earlier, the display shows Password Changed.
If the reentered password does NOT match the new
password entered earlier, the display shows Passwords
Do Not Match.
The screen automatically returns to the previous menu.
Bluetooth Operation
This feature allows you to use your radio with a Bluetooth
enabled device (accessory) via a wireless Bluetooth connection.
Your radio supports both Motorola and COTS (Commercially
available Off-The-Shelf) Bluetooth-enabled devices.
Bluetooth operates within a range of 10 meters (32 feet) line
of sight.This is an unobstructed path between your radio and
your Bluetooth-enabled device.
It is not recommended that you leave your radio behind and
expect your Bluetooth-enabled device to work with a high
degree of reliability when they are separated.
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At the fringe areas of reception, both voice and tone quality will
start to sound “garbled” or “broken”. To correct this problem,
simply position your radio and Bluetooth-enabled device closer
to each other (within the 10-meter/32 feet defined range)
to reestablish clear audio reception. Your radio’s Bluetooth
function has a maximum power of 2.5 mW (4 dBm) at the
10-meter/ 32 feet range.
Your radio can support up to 3 simultaneous Bluetooth
connections with Bluetooth-enabled devices of unique types.For
example, a headset, a scanner, and a PTT-Only Device (POD).
Multiple connections with Bluetooth-enabled devices of the
same type are not supported.
Refer to your respective Bluetooth-enabled device’s user
manual for more details on your Bluetooth-enabled device’s
full capabilities.
Turning Bluetooth On and Off
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Bluetooth and press
to select.
3
or
to My Status and press
to select.
The display shows On and Off. The current status is
indicated by a .
4 Do one of the following:
•
or
devices.
to select.
to the required device and press
or
to Off and press
to select. The display
shows Off and a appears left of the selected status.
6
Finding and Connecting to a Bluetooth Device
Do not turn off your Bluetooth-enabled device or press
during the finding and connecting operation as this cancels the
operation.
1 Turn on your Bluetooth-enabled device and place it in
pairing mode. Refer to respective Bluetooth-enabled
device’s user manual.
2 On your radio, press
or
to Bluetooth and press
4
or
to Devices and press
to Connect and press
to select.
Display shows Connecting to <Device>. Your
Bluetooth-enabled device may require additional steps to
complete the pairing. Refer to respective Bluetooth-enabled
device’s user manual.
If successful, the radio display shows <Device> Connected.
A tone sounds and appears besides the connected device.
The Bluetooth Connected icon appears on the status bar.
If unsuccessful, the radio display shows Connecting Failed.
If pin code is required, use the same entry
method as Step 2 in Accessing the Radio
from Password on page 97.
to select.
Finding and Connecting from a Bluetooth Device
(Discoverable Mode)
to select.
5 Do one of the following:
or
or
Note:
to access the menu.
3
•
to Find Devices to locate available
or
to the required device and press
Do not turn off your Bluetooth or your radio during the finding
and connecting operation as this may cancel the operation.
to select.
1 Turn Bluetooth On.
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•
•
or
to On and press
to select. The display
shows On and a appears left of the selected status.
See Turning Bluetooth On and Off on page 100.
2
to access the menu.
3
or
to Bluetooth and press
4
or
to Find Me and press
4
or
to the required device and press
5
or
to Disconnect and press
to select.
to select.
Display shows Disconnecting from <Device>. Your
Bluetooth-enabled device may require additional steps to
disconnect. Refer to respective Bluetooth-enabled device’s
user manual.
to select.
to select.
Your radio can now be found by other Bluetooth-enabled
devices for a programmed duration. This is called
Discoverable Mode.
5 Turn on your Bluetooth-enabled device and pair it with your
radio.
The radio display shows <Device> Disconnected. A positive
indicator tone sounds and disappears beside the connected
device. The Bluetooth Connected icon disappears on the status
bar.
Switching Audio Route
Refer to respective Bluetooth-enabled device’s user manual.
You can toggle audio routing between internal radio speaker
and external Bluetooth-enabled accessory.
Press the programmed Bluetooth Audio Switch button.
Disconnecting from a Bluetooth Device
1 On your radio, press
to access the menu.
2
or
to Bluetooth and press
3
or
to Devices and press
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to select.
to select.
• A tone sounds and display shows Route Audio to Radio.
• A tone sounds and display shows Route Audio to
Bluetooth.
Viewing Device Details
1
to access the menu.
or
to Bluetooth and press
3
or
to Devices and press
4
or
to the required device and press
5
or
to View Details and press
to select.
6 Press
to move one space to the left. Press
one space to the right. Press
to select.
characters. Long press
to move
to delete any unwanted
to change text entry method.
A blinking cursor appears. Use the keypad to type the
required zone.
to select.
to select.
7 The display shows Device Name Saved.
Editing Device Name
You can edit the name of available Bluetooth-enabled devices.
Deleting Device Name
You can remove a disconnected device from the list of
Bluetooth-enabled devices.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Bluetooth and press
3
or
to Devices and press
4
or
to the required device and press
5
or
to Edit Name and press
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Bluetooth and press
3
or
to Devices and press
4
or
to the required device and press
5
or
to Delete and press
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
The display shows Device Deleted.
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messages and missed calls. Unread Job Tickets are also
stored in the notification list.
Bluetooth Mic Gain
The Notification icon appears on the status bar when the
Notification List has one or more events.
Allows control of the connected Bluetooth-enabled device’s
microphone gain value.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Bluetooth and press
3
or
to BT Mic Gain and press
4
or
to the BT Mic Gain type and the current values.
For TMS and missed call/call alert notification events, the
maximum number are 30 TMS and 10 missed calls/call alerts.
This maximum number depends on individual feature (job
tickets or TMS or missed calls/call alerts) list capability.
Note:
to select.
After the events are read, they are removed
from the Notification List.
to select.
Accessing the Notification List
To edit values, press
5
or
to select.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Notification and press
3
or
to the required event and press
to select.
Long press
Notification List
Your radio has a Notification List that collects all your “unread”
events on the channel, such as unread text messagestelemetry
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to select.
to increase or to decrease values and press
to return to the Home Screen.
to select.
Over-the-Air-Programming (OTAP)
Utilities
You can lock your radio’s keypad to avoid inadvertent key entry.
While undergoing OTAP, the LED blinks green.
To lock/unlock your radio’s keypad.
Note:
When the radio is receiving high volume
data, the High Volume Data icon appears
and channel is busy. A PTT button press
at this time may cause a negative tone to
sound.
Option
Locking the
Keypad
Steps
a.
b.
Once the programming is complete, depending on your radio’s
configuration:
or
press
• Select between Restart Now or Postpone. Selecting
Postpone allows your radio to return to the previous display,
with an OTAP Timer icon visible, for a period of time before
the automatic restart occurs.
See Software Update on page 124 for your updated software
version.
or
to select.
c.
• A tone sounds, the display shows Updating Restarting,
and your radio restarts (powers off and on again).
Upon power up after the automatic restart occurs, the display
shows Sw Update Completed if the OTAP update is successful
or Sw Update Failed if the OTAP update is unsuccessful.
to access the menu.
d.
or
to Utilities and press
to Radio Settings and
to select.
to Keypad Lock and press
to select.
You can also use
selected option.
Unlocking
the Keypad
Press
followed by
or
to change the
.
After the keypad is locked, the display shows Keypad Locked
and returns to the Home screen.
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Locking and Unlocking the Keypad
Your radio can be updated by your dealer remotely, via OTAP,
without needing to be physically connected. Additionally, some
settings can also be configured via OTAP.
After the keypad is unlocked, the display shows Keypad
Unlocked and returns to the Home screen.
A channel can support up to 6 option board features. Refer to
your dealer or system administrator for more information.
Turning Keypad Tones On or Off
You can enable and disable keypad tones if needed.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Tones/Alerts and press
to select.
5
or
to Keypad Tones and press
to select.
You can also use
6 Press
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Press the programmed Option Board Feature button to toggle
the feature on or off.
Identifying Cable Type
to select.
to select.
to change the selected option.
to enable/disable keypad tones.
The display shows
The
or
Turning the Option Board Feature(s) On or Off
beside Enabled.
disappears from beside Enabled.
You can select the type of cable your radio uses.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Cable Type and press
At Step 4, you can also use
option.
or
to select.
to select.
to select.
to change the selected
5 The current cable type is indicated by a
Turning the Voice Operating Transmission (VOX)
Feature On or Off
5 Press
• Turn the radio off and power it on again
• Press the programmed VOX button to toggle the feature on
or off or follow the steps described next to access this feature
via the radio menu.
Note:
Turning this feature on or off is limited to
radios with this function enabled. Check
with your dealer or system administrator for
more information.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to VOX and press
to select.
to select.
to select.
The
beside Enabled.
disappears from beside Enabled.
Controlling the Display Backlight
You can enable or disable the radio’s display backlight as
needed. The setting also affects the Menu Navigation Buttons
and keypad backlighting accordingly.
Press the programmed Backlight button to toggle the backlight
settings, or follow the procedure described next to access this
feature via the radio menu.
The display backlight and keypad backlighting are automatically
turned off if the LED indicator is disabled (see Turning the LED
Indicator On or Off on page 114).
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Backlight and press
to select.
to select.
to select.
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The display shows
This feature allows you to initiate a hands-free voice activated
call on a programmed channel. The radio automatically
transmits, for a programmed period, whenever the microphone
on the VOX-capable accessory detects voice.
Pressing the PTT button during radio operation will disable
VOX. To re-enable VOX, do one of the following:
to disable/enable VOX.
You can also use
5 Press
to change the selected option.
5
or
6 Press
to enable/disable the display backlight.
The display shows
The
or
to All Tones and press
to enable/disable all tones and alerts.
The display shows
beside Enabled.
The
to select.
beside Enabled.
disappears from beside Enabled.
disappears from beside Enabled.
Setting the Tone Alert Volume Offset Level
Turning the Radio Tones/Alerts On or Off
You can enable and disable all radio tones and alerts (except
for the incoming Emergency alert tone) if needed.
Press the programmed All Tones/Alerts button to toggle all
tones on or off, or follow the procedure described next to access
this feature via the radio menu.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Tones/Alerts and press
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You can adjust the Tone Alert Volume Offset level if needed.
This feature adjusts the volume of the tones/alerts, allowing it to
be higher or lower than the voice volume.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Tones/Alerts and press
5
or
to Vol. Offset and press
6
or
to the required volume value.
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
The radio sounds a feedback tone with each corresponding
volume value.
• Press
6 Press
The
to change the selected option.
to enable/disable the Talk Permit Tone.
The display shows
to keep the required displayed volume value.
or
beside Enabled.
disappears from beside Enabled.
• Press
to exit without changing the current volume
offset settings.
• Repeat Step 6 to select another volume value.
Setting the Text Message Alert Tone
You can customize your radio’s text message alert tone to
Momentary or Repetitive for each entry in the Contacts list.
Turning the Talk Permit Tone On or Off
You can enable and disable the Talk Permit Tone if needed.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Tones/Alerts and press
5
or
to Talk Permit and press
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Contacts and press
3
or
to the required subscriber alias or ID and press
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
4
or
to Message Alert and press
to select.
The display shows Momentary and Repetitive.
You can also use
or
to change the selected option.
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7 Do one of the following:
You can also use
5
or
to the required setting and press
to enable
appears besides selected setting.
Radio
Control
Steps
Programmed
Display Mode
Button
Press the programmed Display Mode
button.
Menu
Changing the Display Mode
You can change radio’s display mode between Day or Night, as
needed. This affects the color palette of the display.
a.
to access the menu.
b.
or
to Utilities and press
to select.
Change the Display Mode
c.
or
press
d.
or
to select.
to Radio Settings and
to select.
to Display and press
The display shows Day Mode and
Night Mode.
Note:
You can also use
or
to
change the selected option.
e.
or
to the required setting
and press
to enable.
besides selected setting.
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Adjusting the Display Brightness
Note:
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You can adjust radio’s display brightness as needed.
Display brightness cannot be adjusted when
“Auto Brightness” is enabled.
Adjust the Display Brightness
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Control
Programmed
Display
Brightness
Button
Wallpaper Mode
Steps
a. Press the programmed Brightness
button.
Your radio displays the Wallpaper background on home screen.
The user can select from 5 default wallpapers.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Display and press
5
or
to Wallpaper and press
b. Decrease display brightness by
pressing
or increase the display
brightness by pressing
. Select from
setting of 1 to 8. Press
your entry.
to confirm
to select.
to select.
to select.
Menu
a.
to access the menu.
b.
or
to Utilities and press
You can also use
or
to select.
to change the selected option.
to select.
c.
or
press
d.
or
to Radio Settings and
Screen Saver Mode
to select.
to Brightness and press
to select.
The display shows a progress bar.
e. Decrease display brightness by
pressing
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or increase the display
brightness by pressing
. Select from
setting of 1 to 8. Press
your entry.
to confirm
The screen saver feature allows the radio to save radio battery
time. A Screen Saver Pre Duration is used to track the
radio activities before entering screen saver mode.
Radio starts Screen Saver Pre Duration upon power up.
Radio enters into screen saver mode when Screen Saver Pre
Duration timer expires, the radio exits screen saver mode and
responds to related transaction normally upon any user input
and over the air transaction.
Radio restarts Screen Saver Pre Duration upon any
user input and over the air transaction. After being in Screen
Saver mode for 5 seconds, radio enters keypad lock state
If there is any user input or over the air transaction, the radio
exits screen saver mode and responds to user interaction. The
Screen Saver Pre Duration is restarted and the radio goes
back to screen saver mode when it expires.
Note:
The screen saver mode is to help improve
battery life.
Audio Accessory
The audio accessory has two modes: Normal and Battery
Saver mode. When audio accessory is plugged in and the
setting is in Battery Saver Mode, the radio restarts the timer
and goes into screen saver mode. In this scenario, when there
is any user input (including user input on radio and accessory
attachment/detachment) or when receiving emergency
alarm/call, the radio exits screen saver mode and responds to
user event as normal. The Screen Saver timer restarts and the
radio goes back to screen saver mode when the time allocated
expires.
Note:
This battery saver mode is to improve
battery life. See Screen Saver box SRS for
more details in this mode.
Auto Keypad Lock
You can enable/disable your radio’s auto keypad lock to avoid
inadvertent key entry.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Auto Keypad Lock and press
to select.
to select.
to select.
5 Do one of the following:
• Press
shows
to enable Auto Keypad Lock. The display
beside Enabled.
• Press
to disable Auto Keypad Lock. The
disappears from beside Enabled.
Language
You can set your radio display to be in your required language.
1
to access the menu.
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automatically. When any audio or Bluetooth accessory is
connected, battery saver mode is enabled, radio enters screen
saver mode.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Languages and press
5
or
enable.
to select.
to select.
to select.
to the required language and press
appears beside selected language.
to
Voice Announcement
This feature enables the radio to audibly indicate the current
Zone or Channel the user has just assigned, or programmable
button press. This audio indicator can be customized per
customer requirements. This is typically useful when the user is
in a difficult condition to read the content shown on the display.
Toggle Voice Announcement On or Off.
Turning the LED Indicator On or Off
You can enable and disable the LED Indicator if needed.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to LED Indicator and press
5 Press
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to select.
to select.
to enable/disable the LED Indicator.
The display shows
The
to select.
beside Enabled.
disappears from beside Enabled.
Digital Mic AGC (Mic AGC-D)
Steps
Programmed
Voice
Announcement
Button
Press the programmed Voice
Announcement button.
Menu
a.
to access the menu.
b.
or
or
press
d.
or
and press
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
to select.
to Utilities and press
to select.
c.
This feature controls the your radio's microphone gain
automatically while transmitting on a digital system. It
suppresses loud audio or boosts soft audio to a preset value in
order to provide a consistent level of audio.
to Radio Settings and
You can also use
or
to select.
to change the selected option.
to select.
to Voice Announcement
to select.
4
or
to Mic AGC-D and press
to select.
5 Do one of the following:
Note:
You can also use
or
to
change the selected option.
e. Do one of the following:
• Press
to enable Mic AGC-D. The display shows
beside Enabled.
• Press
to disableMic AGC-D. The
beside Enabled.
disappears from
• Press
to enable Voice
Announcement. The display
shows beside Enabled.
Intelligent Audio
• Press
to disable Voice
Announcement. The
disappears
from beside Enabled.
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Your radio can automatically adjust its audio volume to
overcome background noise in the environment, inclusive of all
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Control
stationary and non-stationary noise sources. This feature is a
Receive-only feature and does not affect Transmit audio.
Note:
This feature is not applicable during a
bluetooth session.
Toggle Intelligent Audio On or Off.
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Programmed
Intelligent
Audio Button
See Accessories, page 126 for recommended
Bluetooth-enabled audio accessories with in-built Automatic
Volume Control for similar performance.
Steps
Press the programmed Intelligent Audio
button.
Turning the Acoustic Feedback Suppressor Feature
On or Off
Menu
a.
to access the menu.
b.
or
press
c.
or
press
d.
or
and press
to Radio Settings and
This feature allows you to minimize acoustic feedback in
received calls.
Toggle Acoustic Feedback Suppressor Features On or Off
to select.
to Radio Settings and
to select.
to Intelligent Audio
to select.
Note:
You can also use
or
to
change the selected option.
e. Do one of the following:
• Press
to enable Intelligent
Audio. The display shows beside
Enabled.
• Press
to disable Intelligent
Audio. The
disappears from
beside Enabled.
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Radio
Control
Radio
Control
Programmed
Acoustic
Feedback
Suppressor
Button
Text Entry Configuration
Steps
You can configure the following settings for entering text on
your radio:
Press the programmed Acoustic Feedback
Suppressor button.
• Word Predict
• Word Correct
• Sentence Cap
• My Words
Menu
a.
to access the menu.
b.
or
Note:
Press
to Utilities and press
previous screen or long press
to
return to the Home Screen. The radio exits
the current screen once the inactivity timer
expires.
to select.
c.
or
press
d.
or
press
at any time to return to the
to Radio Settings and
to select.
to AF Suppressor and
to select.
Note:
You can also use
or
to
change the selected option.
Word Predict
Your radio can learn common word sequences that you often
enter. It then predicts the next word you may want to use after
you enter the first word of a common word sequence into the
text editor.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Text Entry and press
5
or
to Word Predict and press
e. Do one of the following:
• Press
to enable Acoustic
Feedback Suppressor. The display
shows beside Enabled.
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• Press
to disable Acoustic
Feedback Suppressor. The
disappears from beside Enabled.
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
You can also use
or
to change the selected option.
or
to change the selected option.
6 Do one of the following:
• Press
to enable Word Predict. The display shows
beside Enabled.
• Press
to enable Word Correct. The display shows
beside Enabled.
• Press
to disable Word Predict. The
from beside Enabled.
• Press
to disable Word Correct. The
from beside Enabled.
disappears
disappears
Sentence Cap
Word Correct
Supplies alternative word choices when the word entered into
the text editor is not recognized by the in-built dictionary.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Text Entry and press
5
or
to Word Correct and press
Automatically enables capitalization for the first letter in the first
word for every new sentence.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Text Entry and press
5
or
to Sentence Cap and press
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
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6 Do one of the following:
You can also use
6 Do one of the following:
• Press
to enable Sentence Cap. The display shows
beside Enabled.
Editing Custom Word
You can edit the custom words saved in your radio.
• Press
to disable Sentence Cap. The
from beside Enabled.
disappears
Viewing Custom Words
You can add your own custom words into your radio’s in-built
dictionary. Your radio maintains a list to contain these words.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Text Entry and press
5
or
to My Words and press
6
or
to List of Words and press
Display shows the list of custom words.
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to select.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Text Entry and press
5
or
to My Words and press
6
or
to List of Words and press
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
Display shows the list of custom words.
to select.
to select.
to select.
7
or
to the required word and press
8
or
to Edit and press
to select.
9 Use the keypad to edit your custom word.
to select.
Press
to move one space to the left. Press
or the
key to delete any unwanted characters. Long press
to change text entry method. Press
word is completed.
once your custom
If the custom word is saved, a tone sounds and the display
shows positive mini notice.
If the custom word is not saved, a low tone sounds and the
display shows negative mini notice.
You can add your own custom words into your radio’s in-built
dictionary.
2
or
3
or
to Utilities and press
5
or
to My Words and press
6
or
to Add New Word and press
to select.
to select.
to select.
7 Use the keypad to edit your custom word.
Press
to move one space to the left. Press
to select.
to Radio Settings and press
to select.
or the
key to move one space to the right. Press the
key to delete any unwanted characters. Long press
to change text entry method. Press
word is completed.
Adding Custom Word
to access the menu.
to Text Entry and press
Display shows the list of custom words.
The display shows transitional mini notice, confirming your
custom word is being saved.
1
or
once your custom
The display shows transitional mini notice, confirming your
custom word is being saved.
If the custom word is saved, a tone sounds and the display
shows positive mini notice.
If the custom word is not saved, a low tone sounds and the
display shows negative mini notice.
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Advanced Features
key to move one space to the right. Press the
4
Deleting a Custom Word
Deleting All Custom Words
You can delete the custom words saved in your radio.
You can delete all custom words from your radio’s in-built.
1
to access the menu.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
3
or
to Radio Settings and press
4
or
to Text Entry and press
4
or
to Text Entry and press
5
or
to My Words and press
5
or
to My Words and press
6
or
to the required word and press
6
or
to Delete All and press
7
or
to Delete and press
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
8 Choose one of the following.
• At Delete Entry?, press
shows Entry Deleted.
•
or
screen.
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to No and press
to return to the previous
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
7 Choose one of the following.
• At Delete Entry?, press
shows Entry Deleted.
to select Yes. The display
to select.
•
or
screen.
to No and press
to select Yes. The display
to return to the previous
Accessing General Radio Information
The display shows the battery information.
• Battery
• Radio Alias and ID
• Firmware and Codeplug Versions
• Open-Source Software Information
Checking the Radio Alias and ID
• Software Update
This feature displays the ID of your radio.
• Site Information
Press
at any time to return to the previous screen or
Press the programmed Radio Alias and ID button to check
your radio alias and ID. You hear a positive indicator tone.
long press
to return to the Home screen. The radio exits
the current screen once the inactivity timer expires.
Follow the procedure described next to access this feature via
the radio screen.
Accessing the Battery Information
1
to access the menu.
Displays information on your radio battery.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Info and press
4
or
to My ID and press
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Info and press
4
or
to Battery Info and press
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
to select.
The first line of the display shows the radio alias. The
second line of the display shows the radio ID.
to select.
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Advanced Features
For IMPRES batteries ONLY: The display reads
Recondition Battery if the battery requires reconditioning
in an IMPRES charger. After the reconditioning process, the
display then shows the battery information.
Your radio contains information on the following:
Checking the Firmware Version and Codeplug Version
4
Displays the firmware version on your radio.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Info and press
4
or
to Versions and press
or
to Versions and press
to select.
The display shows the Firmware Version information.
to select.
to select.
Software Update
Displays the date and time of the latest software update carried
out via Over-the-Air Programming.
Note:
to select.
The display shows the current firmware and codeplug
versions.
Software Update menu is only available
after at least one successful OTAP session.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Info and press
4
or
to SW Update and press
to select.
Checking the Open-Source Software Information
Displays the open-source software (OSS) information on your
radio.
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Info and press
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to select.
to select.
The display shows the date and time of the latest software
update.
to select.
to select.
See Over-the-Air-Programming (OTAP) on page 105 for
details on OTAP session.
Site Information
1
to access the menu.
2
or
to Utilities and press
3
or
to Radio Info and press
4
or
to Site Info and press
The display shows current RSSI values. Long press the
to return to the Home Screen.
Advanced Features
Displays the current Linked Capacity Plus site name your radio
is on.
See Display Icons on page 21 for details on RSSI icon.
to select.
to select.
to select.
The display shows the current Linked Capacity Plus site
name.
See Linked Capacity Plus on page 20 for details on Linked
Capacity Plus.
RSSI Values
Your radio shows the Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI)
icon at the top of your display. This feature allows you to view
the RSSI values.
On the home screen, press
press
three times and immediately
, all within 5 seconds.
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Audio Accessories
Accessories
• Surveillance Earpiece with in-line microphone and PTT
(PMLN5957_)
The following topics are covered:
♦ Antennas ............................................................... 126
♦ Audio Accessories ................................................... 126
♦ Batteries ................................................................ 126
♦ Bluetooth ............................................................... 126
♦ Cables................................................................... 127
♦ Carry Devices ......................................................... 127
♦ Chargers................................................................ 127
♦ Miscellaneous Accessories ........................................ 127
• Swivel Earpiece with in-line microphone and PTT
(PMLN5958_)
Batteries
• Lithium-Ion 1800 mAH Battery Pack (HKNN4013_)
• Lithium-Ion 1370 mAH Battery Pack (PMNN4425_) 1
Antennas
Bluetooth
• 420 – 445 MHz Stubby Antenna, (PMAE4076_)
• 438 – 470 MHz Stubby Antenna, (PMAE4077_)
• 403 – 425 MHz Stubby Antenna, (PMAE4078_)
• 896 – 941 MHz Stubby Antenna (85012072001)
• HK200 Bluetooth Headset (US) (89409_)
• Operations Critical Wireless Earpiece with 12 inch cable (US)
(NNTN8125_)
• Operations Critical Wireless Earpiece with 9.5 inch cable
(US) (NNTN8126_)
• Operations Critical Wireless Push-To-Talk POD (US)
(NNTN8127_)
1
Not applicable to the 800/900 band.
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Cables
Accessories
• Micro USB Programming Cable (25-124330-01R)
Carry Devices
• Carry Holder (PMLN5956_)
• Wrist Strap (PMLN6074_)
Chargers
• Multi-Unit Charger, US Plug (PMLN5916_)
• Micro USB Charger, US Plug (PMPN4009_)
• Micro USB Single-Unit Plug-In Charger (SPN5547_)
Miscellaneous Accessories
• 1370 mAH Battery Cover (PMLN6000_)
• 1800 mAH Battery Cover (PMLN6001_)
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Batteries and Chargers Warranty
Limited Warranty
The Workmanship Warranty
MOTOROLA COMMUNICATION PRODUCTS
The workmanship warranty guarantees against defects in
workmanship under normal use and service.
I. WHAT THIS WARRANTY COVERS AND
FOR HOW LONG:
All MOTOTRBO Batteries
Two (2) Years
IMPRES Chargers
(Single-Unit and Multi-Unit,
Non-Display)
Two (2) Years
IMPRES Chargers (Multi-Unit
with Display)
One (1) Year
The Capacity Warranty
The capacity warranty guarantees 80% of the rated capacity for
the warranty duration.
Nickel Metal-Hydride (NiMH)
or Lithium-Ion (Li-lon)
Batteries
12 Months
IMPRES Batteries, When
Used Exclusively with
IMPRES Chargers
18 Months
MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS, INC. (“MOTOROLA”) warrants the
MOTOROLA manufactured Communication Products listed
below (“Product”) against defects in material and workmanship
under normal use and service for a period of time from the date
of purchase as scheduled below:
SL Series Digital Portable
Radios
Two (2) Years
Product Accessories
(Excluding Batteries and
Chargers)
One (1) Year
MOTOROLA, at its option, will at no charge either repair the
Product (with new or reconditioned parts), replace it (with a new
or reconditioned Product), or refund the purchase price of the
Product during the warranty period provided it is returned in
accordance with the terms of this warranty. Replaced parts or
boards are warranted for the balance of the original applicable
warranty period. All replaced parts of Product shall become
the property of MOTOROLA.
This express limited warranty is extended by MOTOROLA to
the original end user purchaser only and is not assignable or
transferable to any other party. This is the complete warranty
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for the Product manufactured by MOTOROLA. MOTOROLA
assumes no obligations or liability for additions or modifications
to this warranty unless made in writing and signed by an officer
of MOTOROLA.
Unless made in a separate agreement between MOTOROLA
and the original end user purchaser, MOTOROLA does not
warrant the installation, maintenance or service of the Product.
MOTOROLA cannot be responsible in any way for any ancillary
equipment not furnished by MOTOROLA which is attached to
or used in connection with the Product, or for operation of the
Product with any ancillary equipment, and all such equipment is
expressly excluded from this warranty. Because each system
which may use the Product is unique, MOTOROLA disclaims
liability for range, coverage, or operation of the system as a
whole under this warranty.
II. GENERAL PROVISIONS:
This warranty sets forth the full extent of MOTOROLA'S
responsibilities regarding the Product. Repair, replacement
or refund of the purchase price, at MOTOROLA’s option,
is the exclusive remedy. THIS WARRANTY IS GIVEN IN
LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES. IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE
DURATION OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. IN NO EVENT
SHALL MOTOROLA BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES IN EXCESS
OF THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT, FOR
ANY LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF TIME, INCONVENIENCE,
COMMERCIAL LOSS, LOST PROFITS OR SAVINGS OR
OTHER INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO
USE SUCH PRODUCT, TO THE FULL EXTENT SUCH MAY
BE DISCLAIMED BY LAW.
III. STATE LAW RIGHTS:
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR
LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES OR LIMITATION ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED
WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR
EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY.
This warranty gives specific legal rights, and there may be other
rights which may vary from state to state.
IV. HOW TO GET WARRANTY SERVICE:
You must provide proof of purchase (bearing the date of
purchase and Product item serial number) in order to receive
warranty service and, also, deliver or send the Product
item, transportation and insurance prepaid, to an authorized
warranty service location. Warranty service will be provided by
MOTOROLA through one of its authorized warranty service
locations. If you first contact the company which sold you the
Product (e.g., dealer or communication service provider), it can
facilitate your obtaining warranty service. You can also call
MOTOROLA at 1-800-927-2744 US/Canada.
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V. WHAT THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT
COVER:
1. Defects or damage resulting from use of the Product in
other than its normal and customary manner.
9. A Product which, due to illegal or unauthorized alteration of
the software/firmware in the Product, does not function in
accordance with MOTOROLA’s published specifications or
the FCC certification labeling in effect for the Product at the
time the Product was initially distributed from MOTOROLA.
2. Defects or damage from misuse, accident, water, or neglect.
10. Scratches or other cosmetic damage to Product surfaces
that does not affect the operation of the Product.
3. Defects or damage from improper testing, operation,
maintenance, installation, alteration, modification, or
adjustment.
11. Normal and customary wear and tear.
4. Breakage or damage to antennas unless caused directly by
defects in material workmanship.
VI. PATENT AND SOFTWARE PROVISIONS:
5. A Product subjected to unauthorized Product modifications,
disassembles or repairs (including, without limitation,
the addition to the Product of non-MOTOROLA supplied
equipment) which adversely affect performance of the
Product or interfere with MOTOROLA's normal warranty
inspection and testing of the Product to verify any warranty
claim.
MOTOROLA will defend, at its own expense, any suit brought
against the end user purchaser to the extent that it is based
on a claim that the Product or parts infringe a United States
patent, and MOTOROLA will pay those costs and damages
finally awarded against the end user purchaser in any such suit
which are attributable to any such claim, but such defense and
payments are conditioned on the following:
6. Product which has had the serial number removed or made
illegible.
1. that MOTOROLA will be notified promptly in writing by such
purchaser of any notice of such claim,
7. Rechargeable batteries if:
2. that MOTOROLA will have sole control of the defense
of such suit and all negotiations for its settlement or
compromise, and
a. any of the seals on the battery enclosure of cells are
broken or show evidence of tampering.
b. the damage or defect is caused by charging or using
the battery in equipment or service other than the
Product for which it is specified.
8. Freight costs to the repair depot.
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3. should the Product or parts become, or in MOTOROLA’s
opinion be likely to become, the subject of a claim of
infringement of a United States patent, that such purchaser
will permit MOTOROLA, at its option and expense, either
to procure for such purchaser the right to continue using
the Product or parts or to replace or modify the same so
that it becomes non-infringing or to grant such purchaser
a credit for the Product or parts as depreciated and accept
its return. The depreciation will be an equal amount per
year over the lifetime of the Product or parts as established
by MOTOROLA.
VII. GOVERNING LAW:
This Warranty is governed by the laws of the State of Illinois,
U.S.A.
MOTOROLA will have no liability with respect to any claim of
patent infringement which is based upon the combination of the
Product or parts furnished hereunder with software, apparatus
or devices not furnished by MOTOROLA, nor will MOTOROLA
have any liability for the use of ancillary equipment or software
not furnished by MOTOROLA which is attached to or used in
connection with the Product. The foregoing states the entire
liability of MOTOROLA with respect to infringement of patents
by the Product or any parts thereof.
Laws in the United States and other countries preserve
for MOTOROLA certain exclusive rights for copyrighted
MOTOROLA software such as the exclusive rights to reproduce
in copies and distribute copies of such MOTOROLA software.
MOTOROLA software may be used in only the Product in which
the software was originally embodied and such software in such
Product may not be replaced, copied, distributed, modified
in any way, or used to produce any derivative thereof. No
other use including, without limitation, alteration, modification,
reproduction, distribution, or reverse engineering of such
MOTOROLA software or exercise of rights in such MOTOROLA
software is permitted. No license is granted by implication,
estoppel or otherwise under MOTOROLA patent rights or
copyrights.
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