Radio Shack SYSTEM 2100 User`s guide

User's Guide
SERIES TWO-WAY RADIO
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@6864110R04@
6864110R04-A
Models XU1100, XU2100, XU2600,
XV1100, XV2100, and XV2600
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing a Motorola£ XSeries Radio. Your radio is a product of
Motorola’s 70 plus years of experience as a world leader in the designing and
manufacturing of communications equipment. The XSeries radios provide costeffective communications for businesses such as retail stores, restaurants, schools,
construction sites, manufacturing, property and hotel management and more.
Motorola professional two-way radios are the perfect communications solution for all
of today’s fast-paced industries.
Package Contents
• Radio
• Swivel Belt Holster
• NiMH Battery
• 10-Hour Charger
• User's Guide
• Accessory Brochure
• Warranty Card
• Drop-In Charging Tray (not included with all models)
Motorola, the Stylized M Logo, and all other trademarks indicated as such herein are
Trademarks of Motorola, Inc.
£Reg. U.S. Pat. & Tm. Off. © 2001, 2002 Motorola, Inc. All rights reserved.
Introduction
Note: Please read this manual carefully to ensure you know how to properly
operate the radio before use.
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For a copy of a large-print version of this guide, or for product-related questions,
please contact:
1-800-448-6686 in the USA
1-800-461-4575 in Canada
1-888-390-6456 on your TTY (Text Telephone)
Introduction
On the web, please refer to: www.motorola.com/radios/professional
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Contents
Introduction...................................1
FCC Licensing Information..........5
Safety and General Information ..7
Getting Started............................15
Installing the Swivel Belt
Holster ..................................16
Installing the Nickel-Metal
Hydride Battery .....................17
Charging the XSeries Radio ....18
Turning Your Radio On or Off ...19
Adjusting the Volume ................19
Using the Radio ........................19
Understanding the Display........21
Battery and Charging Options ..22
NiMH Battery.............................22
Alkaline Batteries ......................22
Charging with the Drop-in
Charging Tray ........................23
Reading the Battery Meter ........24
Battery Life................................24
XTN Series Factory Defaults ....25
Talking and Receiving................26
Signal Strength Indicator/Channel
Busy.......................................26
Talk Range................................26
Advanced Features .........................39
Troubleshooting .............................41
Use and Care....................................44
Frequencies and Bandwidths.........45
Verifying the M-Series Frequency
and Code Setting ........................51
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Keypad Lock............................. 27
Hands-Free Use/VOX .............. 27
With Compatible VOX
Accessories........................... 27
Without Accessories................. 28
Setting VOX Sensitivity ............ 28
Monitoring a Channel ............... 29
Scanning ................................. 29
Programming Features...............31
Entering Programming Mode ....31
Programming a Channel ..........32
Programming the Frequency.....32
Programming the Interference
Eliminator Code......................33
Assigning Channels
to Presets ..............................33
Programming the Scramble
Feature...................................34
Programming Bandwidth ..........34
Programming the Available
Channel .................................35
Programming Call Tones ..........35
Programming Microphone
Gain........................................36
Editing the Scan List .................36
Cloning ......................................37
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Motorola Limited Warranty .............53
Software Copyright Notice..............61
Patent Notice..................................61
Export Law Assurances ..................62
Index .................................................64
FCC Licensing Information
FCC Licensing Information
XSeries professional two-way radios operate on radio frequencies that are
regulated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). In order to transmit
on these frequencies, you are required to have a license issued by the FCC.
Application is made available on FCC Form 601 and Schedules D, H, and
Remittance Form 159.
To obtain these FCC forms please request document 000601 which includes all
forms and instructions. If you wish to have the document faxed, mailed or have
questions, please use the following contact information.
Mailed
Questions
Faxed
call the FCC forms
regarding FCC license
contact the Fax-Onhotline at:
contact the FCC at:
Demand system at:
1-800-418-FORM
1-888-CALL-FCC
1-202-418-0177
1-888-225-5322
1-800-418-3676
Or: http://www.fcc.gov
Before filling out your application, you must decide which frequency(ies) you can
operate on. See Frequencies and Bandwidths.
For questions on determining your radio frequency, please call Motorola Product
Services at: 1-800-448-6686.
FCC
FCC Licensing Information
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FCC
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Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Motorola may void the user’s
authority granted by the FCC to operate this radio and should not be made. To
comply with FCC requirements, transmitter adjustments should be made only by or
under the supervision of a person certified as technically qualified to perform
transmitter maintenance and repairs in the private land mobile and fixed services as
certified by an organization representative of the user of those services.
Replacement of any transmitter component (crystal, semiconductor, etc.) not
authorized by the FCC equipment authorization for this radio could violate FCC
rules.
Note: Use of this radio outside the country where it was intended to be distributed
is subject to government regulations and may be prohibited.
Important Information on Safe and Efficient Operation
Read This Information Before Using Your Radio
The information provided in this document supersedes the general safety
information contained in user guides published prior to July 2000. For information
regarding radio use in a hazardous atmosphere please refer to the Factory Mutual
(FM) Approval Manual Supplement or Instruction Card, which is included with radio
models that offer this capability.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. 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.
RF Operational Characteristics
Your radio contains a transmitter and a receiver. When it is ON, it receives and
transmits radio frequency (RF) energy. The XSeries VHF radios operate in the
frequency range of 151-158 MHz, the XSeries UHF radios operate in the
frequency range of 461-469 MHz. When you communicate with XU1100 or XV1100
radios the output power level is 1.0 watt, with other XSeries radios the output
power level is 2.0 watts.
Transmit and Receive Procedure
Your two-way radio contains a transmitter and a receiver. To transmit (talk), you must
push the Push-to-Talk button; to receive (listen), release the Push-to-Talk button.
Safety and General Information
Safety and General Information
Safety and General Information
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Exposure to Radio Frequency Energy
Your Motorola radio is designed to comply with the following national and
international standards and guidelines regarding exposure of human beings to radio
frequency electromagnetic energy:
• United States Federal Communications Commission, Code of Federal
Regulations; 47 CFR part 2 sub-part J
• American National Standards Institute (ANSI) / Institute of Electrical and
Electronic Engineers (IEEE) C95. 1-1992
• Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) C95.1-1999 Edition
• National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP) of the
United States, Report 86, 1986
• International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP)
1998
• Ministry of Health (Canada) Safety Code 6. Limits of Human Exposure to
Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields in the Frequency Range from 3 kHz
to 300 GHz, 1999
• Australian Communications Authority Radiocommunications
(Electromagnetic Radiation - Human Exposure) Standard 1999 (applicable
to wireless phones only)
To assure optimal radio performance and make sure human exposure to radio
frequency electromagnetic energy is within the guidelines set forth in the above
standards, always adhere to the following procedures:
Safety and General Information
Portable Radio Operation and EME Exposure
Antenna Care
Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized
antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the radio and may violate
FCC regulations.
DO NOT hold the antenna when the radio is “IN USE.” Holding the antenna
affects the effective range.
Two-Way Radio Operation
When using your radio as a traditional two-way radio, hold the radio in a vertical
position with the microphone two to three inches (5. 0 to 7.5 cm) away from the lips.
Body-Worn Operation
To maintain compliance with FCC/Health Canada RF exposure guidelines, if you
wear a radio on your body when transmitting, always place the radio in a Motorola
supplied or approved clip, holder, holster, case, or body harness for this
product. Use of non-Motorola-approved accessories may exceed FCC RF
exposure guidelines. If you do not use a body-worn accessory, ensure the radio
and its antenna are at least one inch (2.5 cm) from your body when
transmitting.
Data Operation
When using any data feature of the radio, with or without an accessory cable,
position the radio and its antenna at least one inch (2.5 cm) from the body.
Safety and General Information
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Approved Accessories
For a list of approved Motorola accessories refer to the Two-Way Radio section of
www.motorola.com/store.
Electromagnetic Interference/Compatibility
Note: Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to electromagnetic interference
(EMI) if inadequately shielded, designed or otherwise configured for
electromagnetic compatibility.
Facilities
To avoid electromagnetic interference and/or compatibility conflicts, turn off your
radio in any facility where posted notices instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health
care facilities may be using equipment that is sensitive to external RF energy.
Aircraft
When instructed to do so, turn off your radio when on board an aircraft. Any use of a
radio must be in accordance with applicable regulations per airline crew instructions.
Medical Devices
Pacemakers
The Advanced Medical Technology Association recommends that a minimum
separation of 6 inches (15 centimeters) be maintained between a handheld wireless
radio and a pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with the
independent research by, and recommendations of the U.S. Food and Drug
Administration.
Safety and General Information
Persons with pacemakers should:
• ALWAYS keep the radio more than six inches (15 centimeters) from their
pacemaker when the radio is turned ON.
• not carry the radio in the breast pocket.
• use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for
interference.
• turn the radio OFF immediately if you have any reason to suspect that
interference is taking place.
Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless radios may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of
such interference, you may want to consult your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss
alternatives.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your
device to determine if it is adequately shielded from RF energy. Your physician may
be able to assist you in obtaining this information.
Safety and General Use While Driving
Check the laws and regulations on the use of radios in the area where you drive.
Always obey them. When using your radio while driving, please:
• Give full attention to driving and to the road.
• Use hands-free operation, if available.
• Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if driving
conditions so require.
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Safety and General Information
Operational Warnings
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For Vehicles with an Air Bag
Do not place a portable radio in the area over an air bag or in the air bag deployment
area. Air bags inflate with great force. If a portable radio is placed in the air bag
deployment area and the air bag inflates, the radio may be propelled with great force
and cause serious injury to occupants of the vehicle.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Turn off your radio prior to entering any area with a potentially explosive
atmosphere, unless it is a radio type especially qualified for use in such areas as
“Intrinsically Safe.” Do not remove, install, or charge batteries in such areas. Sparks
in a potentially explosive atmosphere can cause an explosion or fire resulting in
bodily injury or even death.
Note: The areas with potentially explosive atmospheres referred to above include
fueling areas such as below decks on boats, fuel or chemical transfer or
storage facilities, areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such
as grain, dust or metal powders, and any other area where you would
normally be advised to turn off your vehicle engine. Areas with potentially
explosive atmospheres are often but not always posted.
Blasting Caps and Areas
To avoid possible interference with blasting operations, turn off your radio when you
are near electrical blasting caps, in a blasting area, or in areas posted: “Turn off twoway radio.” Obey all signs and instructions.
Safety and General Information
Save these Instructions
1. Do not expose the charger to rain or snow.
2. Do not operate the charger if it has received a sharp blow, or has been dropped
or damaged in any way.
3. Do not disassemble the charger if it has received a sharp blow, or has been
dropped or damaged in any way.
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4. Never alter the AC cord or plug provided with the unit. If plug will not fit the
outlet, have proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. An improper
condition can result in a risk of electric shock.
5. To reduce risk of damage to cord or plug, pull the plug rather than the cord when
disconnecting charger from AC receptacle.
6. To reduce the risk of electric shock, unplug the charger from the outlet before
attempting any maintenance or cleaning.
7. Use of an attachment not recommended or sold by Motorola may result in a risk
of fire, electric shock, or personal injury.
8. Make sure that the cord is located so that it will not be stepped on, tripped over,
or subjected to damage or stress.
9. An extension cord should not be used unless absolutely necessary. Use of an
improper extension cord could result in a risk of fire and/or electric shock. If an
extension cord must be used, make sure:
• That the pins on the plug of the extension cord are the same number, size
and shape as those on the plug of the charger.
• That the extension cord is properly wired and in good electrical condition,
and
• That the cord size is18 AWG for lengths up to 100 feet, and 16 AWG for
lengths up to 150 feet.
The supply cord of this charger cannot be replaced. If the cord is damaged,
call Motorola Product Services at:
1-800-448-6686 (USA.)
1-800-461-4575 (Canada)
1-888-390-6456 TTY (Text Telephone)
Safety and General Information
Operational Cautions
Antennas
Do not use any portable radio that has a damaged antenna. If a damaged
antenna comes into contact with your skin, a minor burn can result.
Batteries
All batteries can cause property damage and/or bodily injury such as burns if a
conductive material such as jewelry, keys, or beaded chains touch exposed
terminals. The conductive material may complete an electrical circuit (short circuit)
and become quite hot. Exercise care in handling any charged battery, particularly
when placing it inside a pocket, purse, or other container with metal objects.
Charging Safety Instructions
Before using the battery charger, read all instructions and cautionary markings on:
1. the battery
2. the battery charger, and
3. the radio using the battery.
Caution: To reduce the risk of injury, charge only the rechargeable battery. Other
types of batteries may burst, causing personal injury and damage.
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Getting Started
Frequency
Band
Transmit
Power
(Watts)
Number of
Channels
XU1100
UHF
1
1
XU2100
UHF
2
1
XU2600
UHF
2
6
XV1100
VHF
1
1
XV2100
VHF
2
1
XV2600
VHF
2
6
Model
Model Number
Location
Getting Started
This User’s Guide covers several XSeries models, and may detail some
features your radio does not have. Your model number is shown on the back of the
radio above the battery door, and tells you the following information:
Scan 6-channel models only
Scramble 2-watt models only
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Getting Started
Installing the Swivel Belt Holster
1. Slide the bottom of radio into the holster until it snaps into
place.
2. To remove, push the tab above the battery door and pull the
radio from holster.
Note: In case of loss, please contact your point-of-sale or call
1-800-448-6686 to request replacement part number
NNTN4106AR.
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53821 Swivel
Belt Holster
Ribbed
Latch
Getting Started
Installing the Nickel-Metal Hydride Battery
Your radio is powered by an NiMH
battery, which provides up to 15 hours*
of usage. Before you install the battery,
mark the date in the "INSTALL DATE"
section with a permanent marker. As in
vehicles, all rechargable batteries lose
capacity over time.
1. Push and hold down the ribbed
latch on the bottom of the radio
toward the contacts, then slide and
lift the battery door off.
2. With the Motorola logo side up, and
the charge contacts facing the
bottom of the radio, insert the top of
the battery into the radio.
3. Push the battery up and into the
2
battery compartment to fit tightly
into place.
4. Slide and snap the battery door into
place.
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*Based upon 5% transmit/ 5% receive/
90% standby (standard duty cycle).
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Charging the XSeries Radio
Charge the NiMH battery for 16 hours before using
it for the first time. It will only need up to eight hours
of charging thereafter.
1. Make sure the radio is off.
2. Lift the accessory cover and plug the 53874
charger (NNTN4077) into the lower jack.
3. Plug the charger into a power outlet. The light
on the charger glows during charging.
Note: For optimum battery life, do not charge the
battery for prolonged periods after it is fully
charged. Charging the battery over the
weekend is acceptable.
If the radio is on while charging, additional
time is required to charge the battery.
Use only the charger supplied with the
radio, or other XSeries power
accessories. See “Battery and Charging
Options” on page 22.
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Light
k
188
218
Frequency
c
Adjusting the Volume
You can set the volume by turning P.
Note: Do not hold the radio too close to your ear when adjusting the
volume or if it is at a high setting.
Code
Using the Radio
1. Press and hold Q to check for channel activity. If you hear static, the channel is
clear to use. Do not transmit if someone is speaking on the channel. Press Q
again to stop monitoring the channel.
2. Press and hold Mand speak into the microphone. To maximize clarity, hold the
radio two-to-three inches away from your mouth.
Note: The transmit light on the front left of the radio lights red when transmitting.
Basic Operation
Getting Started
Use B to:
Transmit call tone
Use M to:
Talk
Exit a menu
Use \to:
Lock the keypad
Scroll through available menus
Use T / S to:
*Access presets
Microphone
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* XU2600 and XV2600 only
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3. Release M and listen for messages.
Indicator Light
Getting Started
Turning Your Radio On or Off
Turn P clockwise for On or counterclockwise for Off.
The radio chirps and the display briefly shows all features and display
segments of your XTN Series radio.
Then the radio displays the current channel (larger number in the
center) and the frequency assigned to that channel (on right).
The interference eliminator code displays briefly. Then the current
channel remains displayed.
The transmit light on the front left of the radio flashes every three
seconds when the radio is on.
Use P to:
Turn power on/off
Adjust radio volume
Use Accessory Jack
for:
Radio plug-in charging
Audio accessories
Use J to:
Monitor the frequency
Turn scan on/off*
Use [ and ] to:
Change channels*
Change menu settings
Speaker
Understanding the Display
Scan
Keypad Lock
Scramble
(XU2600, XV2600 Only)
Battery Meter
(2-Watt Models Only)
Programming
Mode
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Getting Started
Signal Strength
Frequency and Interference
Eliminator Code
Frequency Indicator
Channel
VOX/Microphone Gain
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Battery and Charging Options
Battery and Charging Options
You have several battery and charging options on your XSeries Two-Way Radio.
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NiMH Battery
See “Installing the Nickel-Metal Hydride Battery” on page 17.
Alkaline Batteries
Your radio can also use 4 AA batteries; alkaline cells provide up to 24
hours* of radio use.
1. Push the ribbed latch on the bottom of the radio away from the
battery door.
2. Slide and lift the battery door off.
3. Place the AA batteries matching the markings in the compartment.
4. Slide and snap the battery door into place.
5. Press \ until A or n flashes.
6. Press [or ] to select A for alkaline batteries, or n for
rechargeable AA cells.
Note: This menu does not appear if the Motorola NiMH Battery is in
use.
*Please refer to the diagram and Battery Life on page 24.
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10-Hour charger
Battery and Charging Options
Charging with the Drop-in Charging Tray
Drop-in
(Not included with all models)
charging tray
1. Place the drop-in charging tray on a flat
surface.
2. Insert the plug of the 10-hour charger
into the jack of the drop-in charging tray.
3. Plug the charger into a power outlet.
Insert the battery or radio into the tray with
the Motorola logo or radio front facing the
front of the charger and the contacts facing
down.
Note: To extend battery life, do not
overcharge. Charging the battery
over the weekend is acceptable.
If the radio is on while charging, it
will take longer to fully charge.
Use only the charger supplied with
the radio, or other XSeries power accessories.
You can charge only one radio or battery at a time.
Tips: The radio can remain in the holster while charging.
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Battery and Charging Options
Reading the Battery Meter
The battery meter located in the upper left corner of display indicates how much
battery power you have remaining.
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Battery Type
3 Bars
2 Bars
1 Bar
Flashing
d
b
c
m
100%-85%
85%-25%
25%-10%
Final 10%
AA Alkaline 100%-75%
75%-40%
40%-10%
Final 10%
NiMH
Battery Life
Watts
NiMH
Alkaline
2
13 Hours
22 Hours
1
15 Hours
24 Hours
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
• Code:
• Call Tone:
• VOX:
• Scramble:
UHF
Frequency Bandwidth
2
25.0
8
25.0
5
25.0
6
25.0
10
12.5
12
12.5
Battery and Charging Options
XTN Series Factory Defaults
Your XTN radio is programmed at the factory to the following settings. If you need to
change settings, refer to Programming Features on page 31.
VHF
Frequency Bandwidth
3
25.0
4
25.0
1
25.0
2
25.0
10
25.0
12
25.0
On (1)
Off (0)
Off (0)
Off (0)
To restore your radio to factory default programming, turn the radio on while holding
the M and \for three seconds.
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Talking and Receiving
Talking and Receiving
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Signal Strength Indicator/Channel Busy
The radio displays w when activity is on the frequency, and the
transmit light flashes at a faster rate of once per second.
When receiving, the display will show w and a signal strength from
1 (weakest) through 6 (strongest). This can help determine when a
radio is moving out of range.
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Note: Obstacles that block the signal path may affect the strength of the incoming
signal.
Talk Range
Industrial
Multi-Level
Outdoor
Model
Inside steel/concrete
industrial buildings
Inside multi-level
buildings
Flat ground with no
obstructions
UHF 2W
Up to 250,000 Sq. Ft.
Up to 20 Floors
Up to 6 Miles
UHF 1W
Up to 200,000 Sq. Ft.
Up to 15 Floors
Up to 5 Miles
VHF 2W
Up to 180,000 Sq. Ft.
Up to 10 Floors
Up to 6 Miles
VHF 1W
Up to 150,000 Sq. Ft.
Up to 8 Floors
Up to 5 Miles
Keypad Lock
1. To maintain settings and lock keypad, press and hold \for three seconds.
2. To unlock, press and hold \for three seconds.
With Compatible VOX Accessories
1. Turn radio off.
2. Open accessory cover.
3. Insert plug of audio accessory firmly into accessory jack.
4. Turn radio on. Radio displays: g. If flashing and for
initial use, please refer to "Setting Vox Sensitivity" on
page 28.
5. Lower radio volume BEFORE placing accessory near ear.
6. To transmit, speak into accessory microphone and to
receive, stop talking.
7. You can disable VOX operation by pressing Mor
removing the audio accessory.
Note: To order accessories, refer to: www.motorola.com/radios/professional,
call 1 (800) 448-6686, or contact your point of purchase.
Talking and Receiving
Hands-Free Use/VOX
Motorola XTN radios can operate hands-free (VOX) when used with compatible VOX
accessories. A short delay occurs between when you start talking and the radio
transmits.
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Talking and Receiving
Without Accessories
You can operate the Motorola XU2600 and XV2600 radios hands-free without a VOX
accessory.
1. Enable VOX by pressing M while turning the radio on. g displays.
2. You can disable VOX operation temporarily by pressing M, g will flash.
3. A short press of M will re-enable VOX.
4. To disable VOX, turn radio off then back on.
Setting VOX Sensitivity
You can adjust the sensitivity of your radio’s accessory or microphone during VOX
operation (XU2600 and XV2600) to suit different operating environments. These
menus appear only if the VOX feature is in use, which is indicated by g.
1. Press \until g appears. The radio also displays which VOX sensitivity you are
setting:
H = External VOX (with audio accessory)
H
I = Internal VOX (without accessory; XU2600 and XV2600 only)
2. Press [ or ] to select the sensitivity level.
3
0 = Off (VOX with accessories only, default settings)
External VOX
1 = Low sensitivity
2 = Medium sensitivity
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3 = High sensitivity
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Monitoring a Channel
Check for channel activity.
1. Press and hold Q. You will hear static if the channel is clear
and w 0 will display.
2. Press Q again to release.
Talking and Receiving
Scanning (XU2600 and XV2600 only)
You can scan up to six channels and frequencies. When the radio detects activity, it
stops scanning and locks in on the active channel. This allows you to talk and listen
to the person transmitting without changing channels.
1. To start scanning, briefly press J. Your radio displays h and begins to scroll
through channels. When the radio detects channel activity, it stops on that
channel and displays the signal strength indicator and the channel. You can talk
to the person(s) transmitting without having to switch channels by pressing M. If
you press M while the radio is scanning, the radio transmits on the channel you
selected before you activated scan.
2. To stop scanning, briefly press J.
If no transmission occurs within five seconds, scanning resumes.
To scan a channel without interference eliminator codes, change the code for your set
channel to 0 before you press and release J.
Note: When you press J, you hear all traffic, but may not be able to transmit back X
because the other person(s) may be using codes.
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Scan Advancement / Nuisance Delete
Scan has several temporary features to make it easier to use.
Scan Advancement allows you to “skip” a busy channel to check for other activity.
• Press ] to begin scanning again, but only temporarily.
Nuisance delete allows you to temporarily remove a channel from your scan list, it
will return the next time you use the scan feature.
• Press and hold [ to temporarily remove a channel from the scan list.
Programming Features
Programming Features
You can change the following features by entering the programming mode (k).
To talk with someone on your two-way radios, these settings must match:
• Channel (XU2600 and XV2600 only)
• Frequency
• Interference Eliminator Code
• Scramble code
• Bandwidth (for optimal clarity)
You can also use k to set the following:
• Call tones
• Microphone Gain
• Scan List (XU2600 and XV2600 only)
• Available channels (XU2600 and XV2600 only)
Note: You cannot enter kwhile a VOX accessory is plugged into the radio.
Entering Programming Mode
You must enter Programming Mode to change your communication settings.
1. Press and hold MJ for three seconds while turning on your
radio. The radio beeps and displays k.
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Programming Features
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Programming a Channel (XU2600 and XV2600 only)
Each channel has its own Frequency, Interference Eliminator Code, Scramble Code,
and Bandwidth Settings.
Program each channel separately.
1. Select the channel that you will be programming.
2. The channel number flashes. l and code displays
alternately.
3. Press [ or ] to select the desired channel.
4. Press and hold M to exit k, or press \ to continue.
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Programming the Frequency
Sets the frequency that your radio will use. As you are matching your
XTN radio to existing Spirit M-Series radios, enter Programming
Mode as necessary, refer to page 34.
1. Press \to display l. The frequency flashes.
2. Press [ or ] to select the desired frequency (See
“Frequencies and Bandwidths” beginning on page 45).
3. Press and hold M to exit k, or press \to continue.
Programming the Interference Eliminator Code
The Interference Eliminator Code helps minimize interference by
providing you with code combinations, which filter out static, noise,
and unwanted messages.
Interference
1. Enter Programming Mode as necessary, refer to “Entering
Eliminator
Programming Mode” on page 31.
Code
2. Press \ until the Interference Eliminator Code display number
begins to flash.
3. Press [ or ] to select the desired Code (See “Interference Eliminator Codes”
beginning on page 48).
4. Press and hold M to exit k, or press \ to continue.
Programming Features
01075
Assigning Channels to Presets (XU2600 and XV2600 only)
Presets allow you to easily switch to more frequently-used channels.
1. Enter Programming Mode as necessary, refer to “Entering Programming Mode”
on page 31.
2. Press [ or ] to select the desired channel.
3. Press and hold T or S to assign that channel to a preset, radio beeps to
confirm. All of the channel settings are assigned to that preset button.
4. Press and hold M to exit k, or press \ to continue.
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Programming the Scramble Feature
(2-watt models only)
The scramble feature garbles the transmission for anyone listening without
the same scramble setting. It does not guarantee confidentiality, but it increases
privacy. The scramble feature is set individually for each channel.
1. Enter Programming Mode as necessary, refer to “Entering Programming Mode”
on page 31.
2. Press \ until e displays.
3. Press [ or ] to select 1, 2, or 3. Factory default is set to Off: 0.
e 0
When you exit k, e displays.
4. Press and hold M to exit k.
Programming Bandwidth (when FCC allowable)
Some frequencies have selectable channel spacing, which must
match other radios for optimal radio quality. Bandwidth settings are
C
programmed for each channel.
K
1. Enter Programming Mode as necessary, refer to “Entering
Programming Mode” on page 31.
2. Press \ until K displays.
3. If D/C flashes, press [ or ] to select D (25.0 kHz) or C (12.5 kHz)
bandwidth. (See “Frequencies and Bandwidths” beginning on page 45). If D/C
X
does not flash, then you cannot select the bandwidth for this frequency.
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4. Press and hold M to exit k.
Note: Spirit GT radios operate at 12.5 kHz. The M Series radios may operate at
25.0 kHz or 12.5 kHz bandwidth if selectable. If you have questions on radio
use, call 1-800-448-6686.
Programming Call Tones
Your radio can transmit call tones to other radios in your group so
you can alert them that you are about to talk. The default is set to 0
(off) or you may choose 1, 2, or 3 to choose a distinctive call tone.
1. Enter Programming Mode as necessary, refer to “Entering
Programming Mode” on page 31.
Programming Features
Programming the Available Channel (XU2600 and XV2600 only)
For applications requiring fewer channels, you can reduce the number of available
channels from 6. Older XTN radios may not have this feature. Call 1-800-448-6686
for more information.
1. Enter Programming Mode as necessary, refer to “Entering Programming Mode”
on page 31.
2. Press \ until = appears.
3. Press [ or ] to select the number of channels you want available.
4. Press and hold M to exit k.
Note: Programming settings for channels made unavailable are retained by the
radio.
E
X
Programming Features
2. Press \ until E displays.
3. Press [ or ] to hear and select the call tone you want.
Note: The default is set to 0 (off) or you may choose 1, 2, or 3 to choose a
distinctive call tone.
4. Press and hold M to exit k.
Once enabled, press B to transmit the call tone to others.
Programming Microphone Gain
The sensitivity of your radio’s microphone can be adjusted to suit different users or
operating environments.
1. Enter Programming Mode as necessary, refer to “Entering Programming Mode”
on page 31.
2. Press \ until g and ? (Gain) display.
3. Press [ or ] to select the sensitivity level.
?
3 = High sensitivity, for quiet environments
3
2 = Medium sensitivity, the default setting
1 = Low sensitivity, for loud environments
4. Press and hold M to exit k.
Editing the Scan List (XU2600 and XV2600 only)
To avoid hearing transmissions from unnecessary channels while scanning and to
36 decrease scan time, you can edit the scan list to skip unneeded channels.
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Programming Features
1. Enter Programming Mode as necessary, refer to “Entering Programming Mode”
on page 31.
2. Press \ until h displays and the channel and Y or n flashes.
3. Press [ or ] to increase or decrease the channel.
4. Press J to display either:
Y to include the channel
n to exclude the channel
5. Press and hold M to exit k.
Cloning
You can duplicate XSeries radio settings from one radio to another by using the
optional accessory 53879 Multi-Unit Charger (MUC). Please refer to the MUC User's
Guide included with this accessory.
1. To enter the Programming Mode on the source radio, press and hold MQ for
three seconds while turning on your radio. The radio beeps and displays k.
2. Place the source radio in one of the front pockets of the MUC.
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38
3. Turn on the target radio and place it directly behind the source
Source radio
radio in the MUC.
4. Press and hold Q on the source radio. The source radio enters
Cloning Mode and transmits its settings to the target radio. Either
W for pass or N for fail appears on the source radio and the target Target radio
radio displays all icons if cloning was successful.
5. Turn the target radio off and back on again to use.
k
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6. To clone additional radios, repeat steps 3 and 5.
7. Exit k on the source radio by holding down M.
Note: You can clone only one radio at a time.
The MUC does not need to be plugged in for Cloning feature to work.
Radios must be of the same band; UHF or VHF. Also, multi-channel models
can clone to single-channel radios, but only the first channel is cloned.
Advanced Features
Turn Keypad Tones on/off
You can disable keypad beeps for silent menu
operation.
[
On
Turn End-of-Transmission Tone on/off
When enabled, your two-way radio transmits a tone
when you finish transmitting. It’s like saying “Roger”
or “Over.”
Note: If Keypad Tones are off, you will not hear the
end-of-transmission tone but it is
transmitted (if enabled).
]
Off
Advanced Features
You can set the following features by pressing and holding additional button(s) while
you turn on your radio.
Press this Key
While Turning
Default
On the Radio
Setting
To Do This
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Advanced Features
To Do This
X
40
Press this Key
While Turning
On the Radio
Default
Setting
Turn Battery Save on/off
Decreases attack time, which is the brief period of
time between when the radio receives a
transmission on its frequency and broadcasts
audio. Turning Battery Save off decreases battery
life by approximately 20%.
M Q [
On
Toggle Phase Shift
Changes your phase shift for optimal
communication with other Motorola radios.
180° XTN Series (factory default), M Series,
Spirit M-Series, and Radius SP21
240° Spirit HP and Radius SP50
M B
180°
Restore Factory Defaults
Returns your radio to its original factory settings to
verify proper operation. Refer to page 25 for factory
default settings.
M \
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Symptom
Try This:
No Power
Recharge or replace battery 53871 battery (NTN8971 or
NNTN4190). Reposition or replace alkaline batteries. For NickelMetal Hydride batteries, “Installing the Nickel-Metal Hydride
Battery” on page 17 or “Battery and Charging Options” on
page 22.
Message not
transmitted
Make sure M is completely pressed while transmitting.
Recharge, replace and/or reposition batteries.
Verify the transmit light is illuminated while speaking.
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Hearing other
Frequency or Interference Eliminator Code may be in use,
noises or
conversation on change on all radios if possible. See “Programming the
Interference Eliminator Code” on page 33.
a channel
Poor Audio
Quality
Symptom
Troubleshooting
Limited talk
range
Message not
received
Bandwidth of radios does not match. See “Programming
Bandwidth (when FCC allowable)” on page 34.
X
Try This:
Steel and/or concrete structures, heavy foliage, buildings or
vehicles decrease range. Check for clear line of sight to improve
transmission. See “Talk Range” on page 26.
Wearing radio close to body such as in a pocket or on a belt
decreases range. Change location of radio.
Confirm radios have the same Channel, Frequency, Interference
Eliminator Code and Scramble Code settings, depending upon
model. See “Programming Features” on page 31.
Recharge, replace and/or reposition batteries.
Move to another location. Obstructions and operating indoors, or
in vehicles may decrease range.
Verify that the radio is not in Scan mode. See “Scanning
(XU2600 and XV2600 only)” on page 29.
Heavy static or
interference
Radios are too close, they must be at least five feet apart.
Radios are too far apart or obstacles are interfering with
transmission.
Keypad locked
Unlock by holding \ for three seconds.
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Scramble Code is On (2-watt models only), and/or setting does
not match other radios’ settings. See “Programming the
Scramble Feature” on page 34.
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Symptom
Try This:
Low batteries
Recharge or replace battery or batteries. Extreme operating
temperatures affect battery life. See “Battery Life” on page 24.
Reinsert radio/battery.
Clean battery/charger contacts.
Verify that the charging pin is inserted correctly.
AA cells installed in radio, remove and replace with NiMH battery.
Low battery
meter reading
although new
batteries are
installed
Cannot activate
VOX
Cannot enter
k mode
Verify that the radio is set to the correct battery type (Single-cell
batteries only). See “Alkaline Batteries” on page 22.
Feature not set and on. See “Hands-Free Use/VOX” on page 27.
Sensitivity set to 0. See “Setting VOX Sensitivity” on page 28.
Unplug any audio accessories and retry.
Troubleshooting
Charger light
does not come
on
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Use and Care
XXX
Use a soft damp cloth
to clean the exterior.
Do not immerse
in water.
Do not use alcohol or
cleaning solutions.
Use and Care
If the radio is submerged in water...
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Turn radio off and
remove batteries.
Dry with soft cloth.
Do not use radio until
completely dry.
Frequencies and Bandwidths
The charts on the next few pages provide frequency information. These charts are
useful when using Motorola X Series two-way radios with other business radios.
Frequency Display Number is identical to Spirit M, GT and S-Series frequency
position (where applicable).
VHF Frequencies
Display Frequency
Number
(MHz)
Bandwidth
1
2
3
4
5
6
*7
*8
*9
10
11
12
13
14
15
151.6250
151.9550
154.5700
154.6000
151.7000
151.7600
151.8200
151.8800
151.9400
151.5125
151.6550
151.6850
151.7150
151.7450
151.7750
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
12.5/25.0
12.5/25.0
12.5/25.0
12.5/25.0
12.5/25.0
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
Display Frequency
Number
(MHz)
Bandwidth
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
151.8650
151.8950
151.9250
152.7000
154.4900
154.5150
154.5275
154.5400
154.6000
154.6550
158.4000
158.4075
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
*Note: Due to FCC regulations,
these frequencies transmit
at only 1 watt.
UHF Frequencies
Display
Number
Frequency
(MHz)
Bandwidth
Display
Number
Frequency
(MHz)
Bandwidth
1
464.5000
12.5/25.0
15
461.1875
12.5
2
464.5500
12.5/25.0
16
461.2125
12.5
3
467.7625
12.5
17
461.2375
12.5
4
467.8125
12.5
18
461.2625
12.5
5
467.8500
12.5/25.0
19
461.2875
12.5
6
467.8750
12.5/25.0
20
461.3125
12.5
7
467.9000
12.5/25.0
21
461.3375
12.5
8
467.9250
12.5/25.0
22
461.3625
12.5
9
461.0375
12.5
23
462.7625
12.5
10
461.0625
12.5
24
462.7875
12.5
11
461.0875
12.5
25
462.8125
12.5
12
461.1125
12.5
26
462.8375
12.5
X
13
461.1375
12.5
27
462.8625
12.5
46
14
461.1625
12.5
28
462.8875
12.5
X
45
UHF Frequencies (Continued)
Display
Number
Frequency
(MHz)
Bandwidth
Display
Number
Frequency
(MHz)
Bandwidth
29
462.9125
12.5
43
466.2625
12.5
30
464.4875
12.5
44
466.2875
12.5
31
464.5125
12.5
45
466.3125
12.5
32
464.5375
12.5
46
466.3375
12.5
33
464.5625
12.5
47
466.3625
12.5
34
466.0375
12.5
48
467.7875
12.5
35
466.0625
12.5
49
467.8375
12.5
36
466.0875
12.5
50
467.8625
12.5
37
466.1125
12.5
51
467.8875
12.5
38
466.1375
12.5
52
467.9125
12.5
39
466.1625
12.5
53
469.4875
12.5
40
466.1875
12.5
54
469.5125
12.5
41
466.2125
12.5
55
469.5375
12.5
42
466.2375
12.5
56
469.5625
12.5
Interference Eliminator Codes
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Display
Number
Code
(Hz)
Display
Number
Code
(Hz)
Display
Number
Code
(Hz)
1
67.0
14
107.2
27
167.9
2
71.9
15
110.9
28
173.8
3
74.4
16
114.8
29
179.9
4
77.0
17
118.8
30
186.2
5
79.7
18
123.0
31
192.8
6
82.5
19
127.3
32
203.5
7
85.4
20
131.8
33
210.7
8
88.5
21
136.5
34
218.1
9
91.5
22
141.3
35
225.7
10
94.8
23
146.2
36
233.6
11
97.4
24
151.4
37
241.8
12
100.0
25
156.7
38
250.3
13
103.5
26
162.2
Carrier Squelch (0) disables interference eliminator codes.
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Digital Interference Eliminator Codes
Display
Number
Digital
Code
Display
Number
Digital
Code
Display
Number
Digital
Code
39
023
54
115
69
223
40
025
55
116
70
226
41
026
56
125
71
243
42
031
57
131
72
244
43
032
58
132
73
245
44
043
59
134
74
251
45
047
60
143
75
261
46
051
61
152
76
263
47
054
62
155
77
265
48
065
63
156
78
271
49
071
64
162
79
306
50
072
65
165
80
311
51
073
66
172
81
315
52
074
67
174
82
331
X
53
114
68
205
83
343
49
Digital Interference Eliminator Codes (Continued)
X
50
Display
Number
Digital
Code
Display
Number
Digital
Code
Display
Number
Digital
Code
84
346
97
465
110
632
85
351
98
466
111
654
86
364
99
503
112
662
87
365
100
506
113
664
88
371
101
516
114
703
89
411
102
532
115
712
90
412
103
546
116
723
91
413
104
565
117
731
92
423
105
606
118
732
93
431
106
612
119
734
94
432
107
624
120
743
95
445
108
627
121
754
96
464
109
631
Verifying the M-Series Frequency and Code Setting
The XSeries Two-Way radio replaces the Spirit M-Series radio. The factory
default settings for both radios are identical. However, existing radios may have been
programmed to different settings. To program your XSeries radio to talk with an
M-Series radio, verify or change your M-Series settings as follows.
1. Press and hold M while you turn on the radio to enter programming mode.
The radio announces current frequency for that channel. For example: “frequency one.”
2. If desired, press M to scroll through the frequencies.
The radio announces each frequency as you scroll. For example: “two...three...”
3. Release M when you reach the desired frequency.
4. Press Q to select and save the frequency setting.
The radio announces current code setting. For example: “code two nine”
5. Press M to scroll through the codes.
The radio announces each code as you scroll. For example: “three zero...three one”
6. Release M when you reach the desired code.
7. Press Q to select and save the code setting.
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61
62
A
Audio accessories ................................... 27
Adjust volume................................... 19, 20
Advanced features ................................. 39
Alkaline batteries .................................... 22
B
Bandwidth............................................... 34
Basic operations...................................... 20
Battery
Alkaline ........................................... 22
Install........................................ 22
Charge
Alkaline .................................... 18
NiMH ....................................... 18
Meter................................................ 24
C
Call display ............................................. 35
Channel
Activity ............................................ 29
Charger
Drop-in ............................................ 23
Multi-unit......................................... 37
Plug-in ............................................. 23
Charging ................................................. 19
Cloning....................................................37
Code
Interference eliminator.....................33
D
Diagram
Function ...........................................20
Drop-in charger .......................................23
E
End-of-transmission tone ........................39
External VOX ...................................28, 36
F
FCC licensing information........................5
Frequency
Setting ..............................................32
Functions.................................................20
H
Hands-free use...................................28, 36
I
Information
Safety .................................................7
Install
Alkaline batteries .............................22
NiMH battery ...................................17
Interference eliminator code ...................33
Index
64
Diagram ........................................... 20
Display............................................. 24
Functions and settings ..................... 21
Off ................................................... 19
On .................................................... 39
Operating ......................................... 26
Out of range..................................... 26
Range
Talking............................................. 26
S
Safety information .................................... 7
Scan......................................................... 42
Scan list................................................... 29
Sensitivity ......................................... 28, 36
Setting
Battery type ..................................... 37
Call tone .......................................... 35
Channel............................................ 32
Scramble code ................................. 34
VOX sensitivity level ................ 28, 36
Signal strength indicator ................... 26, 29
T
Talk range ............................................... 26
U
Use and care............................................ 44
User guide
Large-print......................................... 2
V
VOX
External............................................ 27
Internal .............................................28
Sensitivity level..........................28, 36
Index
Internal VOX.....................................28, 36
Introduction ...............................................1
K
Keepad tones ...........................................39
L
Licensing information
FCC ....................................................5
M
Meter
Battery ..............................................24
Microphone gain ...............................28, 36
Monitor signal strength .....................26, 29
M-Series ......................................32, 40, 51
O
Obstacles .................................................26
Operating radio........................................19
P
Plug
Audio................................................27
Plug-in charger ........................................18
Product-related questions ..........................2
Programming mode .................................31
R
Radio
Clean ................................................44
63
W
Warranty .................................................52
Website
Accesories........................................27
XSeries Programming Quick Reference
Function
Appearance
Press & hold MQfor 3 sec. and turn on radio. k displays.
*Channel
2
Use [or ] for1 through 6.
Press \ until l displays. To
change, press [or ].
Frequency
*depending upon model
*depending upon model
Interference
Eliminator
Code
*Scramble
Code
Bandwidth
XSeries Programming Quick Reference
Radio On
*Available
Channels
Call Tone
Microphone
Gain
*Scan List
Visual
6
\as needed, then [or ]
=
E
?
Y
Press \ until = displays.
Press [ or ] to select number of
available channels.
Choose1, 2, 3, or
0 = Off (default).
Choose:
1 Low Sensitivity
2 Medium Sensitivity
3 High Sensitivity
Press [ or ] to select channel,
then choose Y (yes) to include or
n (no) to exclude by pressing J.
*depending upon model
Appears after l shows. Set
for each channel.
1
Press \ until e displays. Must
be set to same code for all radios.
e
C
K
Press \ until K displays. Press
[ or ] to select D (25.0 kHz)
or C (12.5 kHz).
Note: If bandwidth is not flashing,
it is not selectable on the
chosen frequency.
• Extend Your Productivity
Provides a cost-effective solution
to onsite communication needs.
Designed for heavy duty, everyday
industrial use. Well suited for
construction, manufacturing,
security, property management,
retail, and more.
• Simple and Easy to Operate • Cloning Capability
Allows one-to-one or group
• Business Exclusive Frequencies
communication at the pus of
a button. You can even
customize the number of
channels you want to operate
on (XU2600 and XV2600).
With no phone numbers to
dial, plus the Manager Lock
feature, there's little to no
training needed for your staff
to be fully up to speed.
• Rugged MOTOROLA Quality
Shock/drop/temperature tested
to meet Motorola's high standards.
• Weather/Dust Resistant
Designed to meet IP-54 rating
• Cost Efficient
No monthly fees to pay and no
service contracts. Compatible
with Motorola Spirit® radios
and M Series audio
accessories.
• Designed to meet Military
Specs
810 C, D, E & F
• Dependable Indoor/Outdoor
Coverage
Will provide a communication
range* of up to 250,000 sq. ft.
or 20 floors and up to 6 miles.
*Range will vary based on
terrain and conditions and
model selected.
Frequencies set aside exclusively
for business-only use. FCC License
is required.
• 38 PL Codes, 83 Digital PL Codes
• Hands-Free Mode (VOX)
Advanced voice activation (VOX)
lets you talk hands-free;
XV2600 and XU2600 models do not
require accessories.
• Voice Compression Technology
Helps provide better sound at
longer distances.
• 1-Year Limited Warranty
For details, please call:
1-800-448-6686.
Radio Specification Chart
tion Ch
Transmit Power:
Alkaline Battery Life:
NiMH Battery Life:
tion Ch
1 or 2 Watts
Approximately 24 hrs 1W/22 hrs 2W
Approximately 15 hrs 1W/13 hrs 2W
• Accessories for XTN Series
Brochure included - Convenient audio, power and charging accessories are available from your
point-of-sale or www.motorola.com/radios/professional
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PWARNING CHOKING HAZARD
SMALL PARTS
Not for children under 3 years.
This product is not intended to be used
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