Motorola DR 3000 Installation guide

Professional Digital Two-Way Radio System
Installation Guide
DR 3000 Repeater
Repeater
Foreword
This manual is intended for use by experienced technicians familiar with similar types of equipment. Specifically, it contains
installation information required for the MOTOTRBO Repeater.
Product Safety and RF Exposure Compliance
See Installation Requirements for Compliance with Radio Frequency (RF) Energy Exposure Safety Standards on page ii.
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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.
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or mechanical, for any purpose without the express written permission of Motorola.
Disclaimer
The information in this document is carefully examined, and is believed to be entirely reliable. However, no responsibility is
assumed for inaccuracies. Furthermore, Motorola reserves the right to make changes to any products herein to improve
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or circuit described herein; nor does it cover any license under its patent rights nor the rights of others.
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Installation Requirements for Compliance with
Radio Frequency (RF) Energy Exposure Safety
Standards
ATTENTION!
This radio is intended for use in occupational/controlled conditions, where users have full knowledge
of their exposure and can exercise control over their exposure to meet FCC/ICNIRP limits. This radio
device is NOT authorized for general population, consumer, or any other use.
To ensure compliance to RF Energy Safety Standards:
•
Install only Motorola approved antennas and accessories
•
Be sure that Product Safety and RF Safety Booklet enclosed with this radio is available to the end user
upon completion of the installation of this radio
Before using this product, the operator must be familiar with the RF energy awareness information and
operating instructions in the Product Safety and RF Exposure booklet enclosed with each radio (Motorola
Publication part number 6866537D37) to ensure compliance with Radio Frequency (RF) energy exposure
limits.
For a list of Motorola-approved antennas and other accessories, visit the following web site which lists
approved accessories for your radio model:
http://www.motorola.com/governmentandenterprise
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Table of Contents
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Table of Contents
Foreword ..........................................................................................................i
Product Safety and RF Exposure Compliance .............................................................................................i
Computer Software Copyrights ....................................................................................................................i
Document Copyrights ...................................................................................................................................i
Disclaimer.....................................................................................................................................................i
Trademarks ..................................................................................................................................................i
Installation Requirements for Compliance with Radio Frequency (RF)
Energy Exposure Safety Standards .............................................................ii
Repeater Model Numbering Scheme...........................................................vi
Chapter 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
Installation Overview...................................................................................................................... 1-1
Environmental Conditions at Intended Installation Site ................................................................. 1-1
1.2.1 Operating Temperature Range ......................................................................................... 1-1
1.2.2 Humidity ............................................................................................................................ 1-2
1.2.3 Air Quality ......................................................................................................................... 1-2
Equipment Ventilation.................................................................................................................... 1-2
AC Input Power Requirements ...................................................................................................... 1-2
1.4.1 Circuit Overloading ........................................................................................................... 1-2
Equipment Mounting Methods ....................................................................................................... 1-2
Site Grounding and Lightning Protection ....................................................................................... 1-3
1.6.1 Electrical Ground .............................................................................................................. 1-3
1.6.2 RF Ground ........................................................................................................................ 1-3
1.6.3 Lightning Ground .............................................................................................................. 1-3
Power Supply Connections............................................................................................................ 1-3
Chapter 2
2.1
2.2
3.2
Mechanical Installation....................................................... 2-1
Unpacking Equipment.................................................................................................................... 2-1
Transferring Equipment from Shipping Container to Rack or Cabinet........................................... 2-1
Chapter 3
3.1
Pre-Installation Considerations ......................................... 1-1
Indicators and Connectors................................................. 3-1
Front Panel ................................................................................................................................... 3-1
3.1.1 LED Indicator Descriptions ............................................................................................... 3-1
Rear Panel .................................................................................................................................... 3-2
3.2.1 Rear Panel Parts .............................................................................................................. 3-2
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Chapter 4
4.1
4.2
Power Supply Connections ........................................................................................................... 4-1
4.1.1 AC Input Power Connection ............................................................................................. 4-1
4.1.2 Ground Connection .......................................................................................................... 4-2
4.1.3 Battery Backup Connection .............................................................................................. 4-2
RF Antenna Connections .............................................................................................................. 4-3
4.2.1 Duplexer Selection............................................................................................................ 4-3
4.2.2 Antenna Selection ............................................................................................................ 4-3
Chapter 5
5.1
5.2
5.3
Electrical Connections........................................................ 4-1
Post-Installation Checklist ................................................. 5-1
Applying Power.............................................................................................................................. 5-1
Verifying Proper Operation ............................................................................................................ 5-1
5.2.1 Front Panel LEDs ............................................................................................................. 5-1
Archiving........................................................................................................................................ 5-1
5.3.1 Copying the Repeater Codeplug Data to a Computer ...................................................... 5-1
Appendix A Replacement Parts Ordering..............................................A-1
A.1
A.2
A.3
A.4
A.5
Warranty and Service Support ...................................................................................................... A-1
European Radio Support Centre (ERSC)...................................................................................... A.2
Piece Parts .................................................................................................................................... A.3
Technical Support.......................................................................................................................... A.3
Further Assistance from Motorola ................................................................................................. A.3
Related Publications
DR 3000 Basic Service Manual................................................................................................... 6866576D03
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List of Figures
List of Figures
Figure 4-1
Figure 4-2
Locations of External Connectors at Rear of Repeater ........................................................ 4-1
Making Connections to a Backup Battery ............................................................................. 4-2
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Repeater Model Numbering Scheme
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Repeater Model Numbering Scheme
Model No.Example :
Position
AA
:
M
2
7
Q
P
R
9
J
A
7
A
N
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Unique Model Variations
N: Standard Package
AZ: Asia/Australia
LA: Latin America
AA: North America (except Mexico)
MD: Europe/Middle East/Africa
Version Letter
Repeater
MOTOTRBO Repeater
Model Series
Feature Level
1: Mini-U
2: BNC
7: Rack Mount
Band
J: 136-174MHz
Q: 403-470MHz
Primary System Type
A: Conventional
Power Level
P: 25-40W
Q: 25-45W
Physical Packages
R: Repeater
Primary Operation
J: w/o GPS
L: w/ GPS
Channel Spacing
9: Variable/Programmable
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Chapter 1 Pre-Installation Considerations
Proper installation ensures the best possible performance and reliability of the MOTOTRBO
Repeater. Pre-installation planning is required. This includes considering the mounting location of
the repeater in relation to input power and antennas. Also to be considered are site environment
conditions, the particular mounting method (several available), and required tools and equipment.
If this is the first time installing this type of equipment, it is highly recommended that the user read:
• this entire installation section before beginning the actual installation, and
• the Motorola Quality Standard Fixed Network Equipment Installation manual, R56
(6881089E50), specifically refer to the information on ground connection for lightning
protection.
1.1
Installation Overview
The following information is an overview for installing the MOTOTRBO Repeater and ancillary
equipment. Step-by-step procedures for each of the major installation tasks are then provided
beginning in Section 2, Mechanical Installation.
• Plan the installation, paying particular attention to environmental condition at the site, ventilation
requirements, and grounding and lightning protection.
• Unpack and inspect the equipment.
• Mechanical install the equipment at the site.
• Make necessary electrical and cabling connections, including the following:
- AC input cabling
- Caoxial cables to transmit and receive antennas
• Perform a post-installation function checkout test of the equipment to verify proper installation.
• Proceed to the Optimization procedures to customize the repeater parameters per customer
specifications (e.g. operating frequency, PL, codes, color code, etc.).
1.2
Environmental Conditions at Intended Installation Site
!
Caution
If the repeater is to be installed in an environment which is usually dusty or
dirty (and so does not meet the air quality requirements), the air used to cool
the repeater modules must be treated using appropriate filtering devices. Dust
or dirt accumulating on the internal circuit boards and modules is not easily
removed, and can cause such malfunctions as overheating and intermittent
electrical connections.
The repeater may be installed in any location suitable for electronic communications equipment,
provided that the environmental condition do not exceed the equipment specifications for
temperature, humidity, and air quality.
1.2.1
Operating Temperature Range
-30°C (-22°F) to +60°C (+140°F)
This is the temperature measured in close proximity to the repeater. For example, if the repeater is
mounted in a cabinet, the temperature within the cabinet is measured.
1-2
1.2.2
Pre-Installation Considerations: Equipment Ventilation
Humidity
Not to exceed 95% relative humidity @ 50°C (122°F).
1.2.3
Air Quality
For equipment operating in an environmentally controlled environment with repeater(s) rack
mounted, the airborne particle level must not exceed 25 µg/m³.
For equipment operating in an area which is not environmentally controlled (repeater(s) cabinet
mounted), air borne particle level must not exceed 90 µg/m³.
1.3
Equipment Ventilation
The repeater is equipped with a cooling fan that is used to provide forced convection cooling. When
planning the installation, observe the following ventilation guidelines:
• Customer-supplied cabinets must be equipped with ventilation slots or openings in the front (for
air entry) and back or side panels (for air to exit). If several repeaters are installed in a single
cabinet, be sure ventilation openings surround each repeater to allow for adequate cooling.
• All cabinets must have a least 15 cm (6 inches) of open space between the air vents and any
wall or other cabinets. This allows adequate air flow.
• When multiple cabinets (each equipped with several repeaters) are installed in an enclosed
area, make sure the temperature within each cabinet does not exceed the recommended/
maximum operating temperature of +16°C (+140°F). It may be necessary to have air
conditioning or other climate control equipment installed to satisfy the environmental
requirements.
1.4
AC Input Power Requirements
The repeater is equipped with a switching power supply, this assembly operates from 100Vac to
240Vac at 47 to 63Hz AC input power. A standard 3-prong line cord is supplied to connect the power
supply to the AC source.
It is recommended that a standard 3-wire grounded electrical outlet be used as the AC source.
!
The AC socket outlet must be installed near the equipment and must be easily
accessible.
Caution
The outlet must be connected to an AC source capable of supplying a maximum of 280W. For a
nominal 110/120Vac input, the AC source must supply 5A and should be protected by circuit breaker
rated at 15A. For a nominal 220/240Vac input, the AC source must supply 3A and should be
protected by a circuit breaker rated at 10A.
1.4.1
Circuit Overloading
Consideration should be given to the connection of the equipment to the supply circuit and the effect
that overloading of the circuits might have on overcurrent protection and supply wiring. Appropriate
consideration of equipment ratings should be used when addressing this concern.
1.5
Equipment Mounting Methods
The MOTOTRBO Repeater may be mounted in a rack, bracket or cabinet (available as accessories).
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Pre-Installation Considerations: Site Grounding and Lightning Protection
1.6
1-3
Site Grounding and Lightning Protection
!
Caution
Proper site grounding and lightning protection are vitally important consideration. Failure to provide proper lightning protection may result in permanent
damage to the radio equipment.
One of the most important considerations when designing a communications site is the ground and
lightning protection system. While proper grounding techniques and lightning protection are closely
related, the general category of site grounding may be divided into the following section.
1.6.1
Electrical Ground
Ground wires carrying electrical current from circuitry or equipment at the site is included in the
category of electrical ground. Examples include the AC or DC electrical power used to source
equipment located at the site, and wires or cables connected to alarms or sensors located at the site.
1.6.2
RF Ground
This type of ground is related to the transmission of the radio frequency energy to earth ground. An
example of RF grounding is the use of shielding to prevent or at least minimize the leakage of
unwanted RF transmissions from communications equipment and cables.
1.6.3
Lightning Ground
Providing adequate lightning protection is critical to a safe reliable communications site. RF
transmission cables, and AC and DC power lines must all be protected to prevent lightning energy
from entering the site building.
Although a comprehensive coverage of the site grounding technique and lightning protection is not
within the scope of this instruction manual, there are several excellent industry sources for rules and
guidelines on ground and lightning protection at communications site.
NOTE: Motorola recommends the following reference source:
Motorola Quality Standards Fixed Network Equipment
Installation Manual R56……………………...……………......................................6881089E50
1.6.4
Equipment Grounding Guidelines
The repeater is equipped with a ground screw located on the rear of the repeater power supply
module. This screw is used to connect the repeater to the site ground point. It is assumed that all
antenna cables, and AC or DC power cabling, has been properly grounded and lightning protected
by following the industry rules and guidelines.
1.7
Power Supply Connections
Refer to 4.1.1 AC Input Power Connection on page 4-1 for the recommended AC input power
connection and to 4.1.2 Ground Connection on page 4-2 for the recommended ground connection.
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1-4
Pre-Installation Considerations
Notes
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Chapter 2 Mechanical Installation
This section describes the procedures to unpack and mechanically install the MOTOTRBO
Repeater. A variety of mounting methods are possible, depending on which type of cabinet or rack
(if any) has been selected to house the repeater(s). Installation procedures are provided for each of
the cabinet and rack types.
!
Be sure to observe proper electrostatic discharge precautions if modules must
be removed from the repeater.
Caution
2.1
Unpacking Equipment
!
WARNING
2.2
Inspect the equipment for damage immediately after unpacking,
and make a report of the extent of any damage to the
transportation company and to Motorola.
Transferring Equipment from Shipping Container to Rack or
Cabinet
The repeater is shipped in a box. Upon delivery, the equipment must be removed from the container
and transferred to a rack or cabinet.
NOTE: Customer-supplied cabinets and racks must have mounting rail and hole spacing compatible
with EIA Universal 48.3 cm (19 inches) specifications. Cabinets must provide adequate
ventilation (as detailed on page 3) and must meet the following criteria:
- 41.3 cm (16.25 inches) deep
- 48.3 cm (19 inches) wide
- 13.4 cm (5.25 inches) high
Two mounting rails 5 cm (2 inches) from front cabinet with front mounting holes 5.7 cm (2.25 inches)
apart (center to center).
Contact Motorola Technical Support for specific question regarding mounting equipment in
customer-supplied cabinets.
2-2
Mechanical Installation: Transferring Equipment from Shipping Container to Rack or Cabinet
Notes
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Chapter 3 Indicators and Connectors
3.1
Front Panel
3.1.1
LED Indicator Descriptions
LED
Status
Solid GREEN
Power
Solid RED
Off
Repeater
Disable
Description
Repeater powered by AC
Repeater powered by backup battery
Repeater powered off
Solid RED
Repeater function disabled
Blinking RED
Repeater in self-test mode
Off
Repeater in normal operational mode
Digital
Solid BLUE
Repeater in Digital Mode
Analog
Solid YELLOW
Repeater in Analog Mode
Solid GREEN
Repeater transmitting (Analog)
Solid GREEN
Repeater transmitting on Slot A (Digital)
TX-A
Solid YELLOW
Repeater receiving a signal for Slot A (Analog)
Solid YELLOW
Repeater receiving on Slot B (Digital)
RX-A
TX-B
Solid GREEN
RX-B
Solid YELLOW
Repeater transmitting on Slot B (Digital)
Repeater receiving a signal for Slot B (Digital)
3-2
Indicators and Connectors
3.2
Rear Panel
6
1
9
2
4
7
5
8
3
3.2.1
10
Rear Panel Parts
No
Item
Description
1
RX Connector
Type BNC-F
2
Power Supply On/Off
Switch
Turns on or off the power to the repeater from both AC input
and backup battery. If the switch is off, the repeater will not
switch to battery operation.
3
Battery Backup Connector
(DC Input)
Backup battery supplies backup power to the repeater. The
battery is an optional accessory. The repeater will trickle
charge battery, but an external charger is recommended to
equalize battery after a prolonged use. Auto switching from
AC to battery with loss of AC power is a function of the
standard repeater power supply. Supply will automatically
switch back to AC operation upon the return of AC power.
The front panel power LED switches from green to red when
on battery power.
4
Power Supply Fan
Runs continuously.
5
Main Power Supply
Connector (AC Input)
100 – 240 Volts
6
26-Pin Accessory
Connector
Programming cable plugs in here.
7
Ethernet Connector
(For Future Use)
8
Main Fan
Variable speed. Idles at room temperature. Speeds up with
extended use of the repeater.
9
TX Connector
Type N-F
10
Ground Screw
Must be connected to System Ground.
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Chapter 4 Electrical Connections
After the MOTOTRBO Repeater has been mechanically installed, electrical connections must be
made. This involves making the following connections:
• to power supply via AC power cord, and to
• antenna coax cables
Figure 4-1 shows the position of the repeater external connectors and line cord located on the back
panel. The AC power cord is also located at the rear of the repeater.
RX CONNECTOR
TX CONNECTOR
POWER SUPPLY ON/OFF SWITCH
26-PIN
ACCESSORY
CONNECTOR
MAIN FAN
Rx
Tx
GND
BATTERY
BACKUP
CONNECTOR
POWER
SUPPLY FAN
GROUND SCREW
ETHERNET CONNECTOR
MAIN POWER
SUPPLY CONNECTOR
Figure 4-1 Locations of External Connectors at Rear of Repeater
4.1
Power Supply Connections
4.1.1
AC Input Power Connection
!
Caution
Do not apply AC power to the repeater at this time. Make sure that the circuit
breaker associated with the AC outlet is turned to OFF.
NOTE: The AC socket-outlet must be installed near the equipment and must be easily accessible.
Each repeater ships with a 2.438 m (8 feet) 3-conductor line cord that connects the repeater to a
110/120/220/240Vac source. Figure 4-1 shows the location of the main power supply connector
(AC input), where the line cord connects to the repeater. Insert the 3-prong plug into a 110/120/220/
240Vac grounded outlet.
If an alternate line cord is required, obtain a suitable line cord, with fittings approved by the safety
testing agency in the end-use country, from a certified electrical parts supplier.
Electrical Connections: Power Supply Connections
4-2
4.1.2
Ground Connection
The repeater is equipped with a ground screw located on the rear of the repeater. Connect the
ground screw to the site ground point.
!
Caution
!
Caution
4.1.3
Refer to Motorola Quality Standards Fixed Network Equipment Installation
Manual R56 (6881089E50), for complete information regarding lightning
protection.
The repeater is to be connected to a battery supply that is in accordance with
the applicable electrical codes for the end use country; for example, the
National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA No. 70 in the U.S.
Battery Backup Connection
The MOTOTRBO Repeater offers the capability of connecting to battery backup power in the event
of an AC power failure.
The battery backup system is connected to the repeater through the DC connector mounted at the
rear of the repeater.
The repeater power supply will trickle charge the backup battery. If the battery is significantly
discharged, it is recommended that an external charger be used to charge the battery.
!
Caution
The repeater is to be connected to a battery charger that is in accordance with
the applicable electrical codes for the end use country; for example, the
National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA No.70 in the U.S.
FUSE
+
Figure 4-2 Making Connections to a Backup Battery
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Electrical Connections: RF Antenna Connections
4.2
4-3
RF Antenna Connections
The transmit and receive antenna RF connection are made using two separate connectors. Coax
cable from the receive and transmit antenna must be connected to the N-type (TX) and BNC-type
(RX) connectors. The position of these connectors is shown in Figure 4-1. For repeater use, either
two antennas with adequate isolation (75 dB - UHF and 85 dB - VHF) between them, or one antenna
and a duplexer with at least 75 dB - UHF and 85 dB - VHF isolation between the TX and RX antenna
ports is required.
!
Caution
4.2.1
The repeater can key up at any time due to input from a subscriber unit or a
CW ID. Please insure that all power is switched off before disconnecting the
transmit antenna.
Duplexer Selection
The selection of the duplexer is critical to system performance. The use of a notch (band reject)
duplexer is possible is some systems that are not located at high RF density sites. A duplexer like
the HFE8400 (406 – 450 MHz) or RFE4000 (450 – 470 MHz) or HFD8465 (150 – 160 MHz) is
adequate. Note that these duplexers are good for 4 to 7 MHz TX/RX spacings. Select another
duplexer for other TX/RX spacings.
The duplexer must be able to handle at least 50 Watts continuously. For the best system range, the
insertion loss should be less than 2 dB. If the repeater is used in higher RF density sites, the use of a
bandpass duplexer is recommended.
4.2.2
Antenna Selection
The selection of the antenna is critical to system performance. The selected antenna must be
50 Ohm impedance and capable of at least 50 Watts. Gain antennas may be used to increase
system coverage. Please take note of licensing restrictions when selecting gain antennas. Some
services or regions may have antenna gain or system ERP limitations.
The antenna must be connected to the duplexer with a high grade 50 Ohm transmission line
(Heliax). The line must have connectors to match the connectors on the duplexer and antenna.
For proper antenna installation, please also consult the Motorola Quality Standards Fixed Network
Equipment Installation Manual R56 (6881089E50).
!
It is important that all antenna cables are grounded at the point they enter the
building.
Caution
!
The antenna design is the customer's responsibility. All aspects of the antenna
design must comply with the relevant local regulations.
Caution
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Chapter 5 Post-Installation Checklist
After the MOTOTRBO Repeater has been mechanically installed and all electrical connections have
been made, power may now be applied and the repeater checked for proper operation.
5.1
Applying Power
Before applying power to the repeater, make sure all boards are securely seated in the appropriate
connectors on the backplane and that all RF cables are securely connected.
Turn ON the circuit breaker controlling the AC outlet that is supplying power to the repeater Power
Supply Module.
5.2
Verifying Proper Operation
Operation of the repeater can be verified by:
• observing the state of the 8 LEDs located on the front panel, and
• exercising radio operation.
!
Caution
5.2.1
Some repeater components can become extremely hot during operation. Turn
off all power to the repeater, and wait until sufficiently cool before touching the
repeater.
Front Panel LEDs
After turning ON the repeater power (or after a repeater reset), the 8 LEDs on the repeater front
panel:
• are all lit for about one second to indicate that they are functional.
• go off for one second.
• now indicate operational status of the repeater.
5.3
Archiving
5.3.1
Copying the Repeater Codeplug Data to a Computer
Backup the repeater's codeplug data by using the Customer Programming Software (CPS) on a
computer.
5-2
Post-Installation Checklist: Archiving
Notes
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Appendix A
1.0
EMEA Regional Warranty, Service and
Technical Support
Warranty and Service Support
Motorola offers long term support for its products. This support includes full exchange and/or repair
of the product during the warranty period, and service/ repair or spare parts support out of warranty.
Any "return for exchange" or "return for repair" by an authorized Motorola Dealer must be
accompanied by a Warranty Claim Form. Warranty Claim Forms are obtained by contacting an
Authorized Motorola Dealer.
1.1
Warranty Period and Return Instructions
The terms and conditions of warranty are defined fully in the Motorola Dealer or Distributor or
Reseller contract. These conditions may change from time to time and the following notes are for
guidance purposes only.
In instances where the product is covered under a "return for replacement" or "return for repair"
warranty, a check of the product should be performed prior to shipping the unit back to Motorola.
This is to ensure that the product has been correctly programmed or has not been subjected to
damage outside the terms of the warranty.
Prior to shipping any radio back to the appropriate Motorola warranty depot, please contact
Customer Resources (Please see page A-3). All returns must be accompanied by a Warranty Claim
Form, available from your Customer Services representative. Products should be shipped back in
the original packaging, or correctly packaged to ensure no damage occurs in transit.
1.2
After Warranty Period
After the Warranty period, Motorola continues to support its products in two ways.
1.
Motorola's Managed Technical Services (MTS) offers a repair service to both end users and
dealers at competitive prices.
2.
MTS supplies individual parts and modules that can be purchased by dealers who are technically capable of performing fault analysis and repair.
A-2
2.0
EMEA Regional Warranty, Service and Technical Support:
European Radio Support Centre (ERSC)
The ERSC Customer Information Desk is available through the following service numbers:
Austria:
08 00 29 75 41
Italy:
80 08 77 387
Belgium:
08 00 72 471
Luxemburg:
08 00 23 27
Denmark:
80 88 05 72
Netherlands:
08 00 22 45 13
Finland:
08 00 11 49 910
Norway:
80 01 11 15
France:
08 00 90 30 90
Portugal:
08 00 84 95 70
Germany:
08 00 18 75 240
Spain:
90 09 84 902
Greece:
00 80 04 91 29 020
Sweden:
02 07 94 307
UK :
08 00 96 90 95
Switzerland:
08 00 55 30 82
Ireland:
18 00 55 50 21
Iceland:
80 08 147
Or dial the European Repair and Service Centre:
Tel: +49 30 6686 1555
Please use these numbers for repair enquiries only.
3.0
Piece Parts
Some replacement parts, spare parts, and/or product information can be ordered directly.
If a complete Motorola part number is assigned to the part, it is available from Motorola Radio
Products and Solutions Organization (RPSO). If no part number is assigned, the part is not normally
available from Motorola. If the part number is appended with an asterisk, the part is serviceable by
Motorola Depot only. If a parts list is not included, this generally means that no user-serviceable
parts are available for that kit or assembly.
Orders for replacement parts, kits and assemblies should be placed directly on Motorola's local
distribution/dealer organisation or via Motorola Online at: http://emeaonline.motorola.com
* The Radio Products and Solutions Organization (RPSO) was formerly known as the Radio
Products Services Division (RPSD) and/or the Accessories and Aftermarket Division (AAD).
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A-3
EMEA Regional Warranty, Service and Technical Support:
4.0
Technical Support
Motorola Product Services is available to assist the dealer/distributors in resolving any malfunctions
which may be encountered.
5.0
North Europe - Stephen Woodrow
Telephone: +44 (0) 1256 488 082
Fax: +44 01256 488 080
Email: CSW066@motorola.com
Central and East Europe - Siggy Punzenberger
Telephone: +49 (0) 6128 70 2342
Fax: +49 (0) 6128 95 1096
Email: TFG003@email.mot.com
Russia and Belarus - Oleg Machnev
Telephone: +7 495 785 0150
Fax: +7 495 785 0185
Email: COM005@email.mot.com
Germany - Customer Connect Team
Telephone: +49 (0) 30 6686 1539
Fax: +49 (0) 30 6686 1916
Email: cgiss.emea@europe.mot.com
Middle East and Africa - Wayne Holmes
Telephone: +27 11 800 7922
Fax: +27 11 800 7923
Email: radiosupport.za@motorola.com
Italy - Ugo Gentile
Telephone: +39 0 2822 0325
Fax: +39 0 2822 0334
Email: C13864@email.mot.com
France - Armand Roy
Telephone: +33 1 6935 7868
Fax: +33 1 6935 7808
Email: armand.roy@motorola.com
France - Laurent Irrmann
Telephone: +33 1 6935 7866
Fax: +33 1 6935 7808
Email: laurent.irrmann@motorola.com
Further Assistance From Motorola
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