Motorola JT 1000 Operating instructions

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Contents
Introduction
Inspection and Unpacking............................................................................1
Warnings, Cautions, and Notes ...................................................................1
Getting Started
Antennas..................................................................................................2
Battery Installation .....................................................................................3
Battery Removal ........................................................................................3
Belt Clip Installation and Removal (on Nickel-Cadmium Batteries Only) ................4
Universal Connector Seal Removal................................................................6
Controls, Switches, Indicators, and Connectors ..............................................6
Keypad.....................................................................................................7
Display .....................................................................................................7
Display Light .............................................................................................7
Status Annunciators...................................................................................8
Basic Radio Operation
Radio On/Off, Power-Up .............................................................................9
Selective Channel Display and HOME Key .......................................................9
Monitoring ..............................................................................................10
Receiving a Transmission ..........................................................................10
Transmitting............................................................................................11
Low-Battery Alert.....................................................................................11
Radio Operation with Features
General ..................................................................................................12
Coded Squelch Operation ..........................................................................12
Variable RF Power ...................................................................................12
Programmable Features ...........................................................................12
Channel ScanTM Features...........................................................................16
Quik-Call IITM Decode Signalling....................................................................20
Touch-CodeTM, Dual-Tone Multi-frequency (DTMF)...........................................21
Repeater Talkaround ................................................................................22
Smart PTT..............................................................................................22
Time-Out Timer........................................................................................23
PAC•RTTM ...............................................................................................23
Receive-Only Channel ................................................................................23
Single ToneTM Signalling .............................................................................23
Batteries and Accessories
Battery Information ..................................................................................24
Recharging Nickel-Cadmium Batteries.........................................................24
Charging Temperature ..............................................................................24
Short Circuit ...........................................................................................24
Memory Effect (Reduced Charge Capacity)...................................................24
Battery Disposal ......................................................................................25
Nickel-Cadmium Battery Recycling Facilities..................................................26
Accessories List ......................................................................................27
, Motorola, JT 1000, Private-Line, Digital Private-Line, PAC•RT, Quik-Call II,
Channel Scan, Touch-Code, and Single Tone are trademarks of Motorola, Inc.
© 1994, 1995 by Motorola, Inc., Radio Products Group
8000 W. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33322
Printed in U.S.A. 04/95. All Rights Reserved.
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Contents (cont.)
General Information
Transmitting Distance...............................................................................29
Radio Care .............................................................................................30
Safety Standards .....................................................................................31
Restrictions ............................................................................................32
Service...................................................................................................33
Express Service Plus (ESP), U.S.A. only .......................................................34
Product Service Information ......................................................................35
Parts Information.....................................................................................35
Computer Software Copyrights ..................................................................36
Patent Disclosure ....................................................................................36
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Introduction
Welcome to the Motorola JT 1000 Portable Radio. JT 1000 radios are
sophisticated, state-of-the-art communication units, with models available in VHF
and UHF frequency ranges, with up to 16 user-programmable channels.
Pioneering the latest technology in radio electronics, Motorola JT 1000 radios
provide features that were once only available in more expensive radios. Intelligent
and flexible software increases the radio’s capability, decreases the radio's
physical size, and permits many of the radio's features to be customized for your
specific needs.
Inspection and Unpacking
Inspect the shipping carton for any signs of damage. Remove and check the
contents to be sure that all ordered items have been shipped. If items have been
damaged during transit, report the damage to the shipping company immediately.
Radio Packing Box Contents:
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JT 1000
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2 AB C
3DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7P R S
8 TUV
9WXY
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Radio
Antenna
Nickel-Cadmium Battery
Belt Clip (with NickelCadmium Battery Only)
Help Card (with some
shipments)
Radio Information Sheet
Operating Instructions
Manual
Universal Connector
Seal
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Warnings, Cautions, and Notes
Throughout this publication, you will notice the use of WARNINGS,
CAUTIONS, and Notes. These notations are used to emphasize that safety
hazards exist, and care must be taken or observed.
!
WARNING
An operational procedure, practice, or condition, etc., which may
result in injury or death if not carefully observed.
!
CAUTION
An operational procedure, practice, or condition, etc., which may
result in damage to the equipment if not carefully observed.
Note: An operational procedure, practice, or condition, etc., which is
important to emphasize.
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Getting Started
Antennas
Radio/Antenna Identification
Radio Operating-Frequency Chart
An information label is attached
to the back of your radio (chassis),
just under the battery contacts. A
radio model number is identified on
K
136 - 178 MHz
this label. A typical model number
R
403 - 470 MHz
might be H01KDH9PA3AN. The
S
450 - 512 MHz
fourth position of the model number
(in this case “K”) identifies the
operating frequency band of the radio. The Radio Operating-Frequency Chart lists all
fourth-position alpha characters and corresponding frequency band.
Fourth-Position
Character
Frequency
Band
Antennas are frequency sensitive and are color coded according to the
frequency range of the antenna. The color code indicator is the insulator in the
center of the base of the antenna. The following illustrations and chart will help
identify the antenna, antenna frequency range, and corresponding color code.
Refer to the Radio Operating-Frequency Chart and the Antenna Identification
Chart on this page to ensure that the match between your radio and antenna is
correct.
Antenna Installation
Screw the threaded end of the antenna into the antenna receptacle located on
top of the radio. Rotate the antenna clockwise until it fits firmly against the bushing.
EH
VHF
Wide Band
Helical
EDITOR
JWB
VHF
Helical
Antenna Identification Chart
UHF
Wide Band
Whip
UHF
Helical
Antenna
Type
Approx.
Length
In.
7.8 195
7.3 183
6.9 172
UHF Wide Band 5.2 130
Whip
UHF
Helical
3.3
3.2
3.2
Frequency
Range
Antenna
Kit No.
RED
136-178MHz
NAD6563
YELLOW
BLACK
BLUE
136-151MHz
151-162MHz
162-178MHz
NAD6566
NAD6567
NAD6568
GREY
403-520MHz
NAE6549
RED
GREEN
BLACK
403-435MHz
435-470MHz
470-520MHz
NAE6546
NAE6547
NAE6548
MM
VHF Wide Band 8.1 203
Helical
VHF
Helical
Insulator
Color Code
83
80
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Getting Started (cont.)
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Getting Started (cont.)
Belt Clip Installation and Removal
(on Nickel-Cadmium Batteries Only)
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Battery Installation
1.
Turn off the radio and hold it with the
back of the radio facing up.
2.
Place the two tabs of the battery
(located at the inside base of the
battery) into the metal cutouts of the
radio (located at the inside base of the
radio).
3.
Installation and removal of the belt
clip assembly should be done with
the battery removed from the radio
or damage could be done to the
radio housing.
Installing the Belt Clip
Rotate the battery toward the radio and press
the top of the battery into the radio until both
battery release levers “click” into place.
Note: The battery is shipped uncharged. Batteries
must be charged before use. (See Battery Information
section.)
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CAUTION
The disposable, non-rechargeable
alkaline battery (NTN7319) can be
used with the JT 1000 Model Only.
1.
Insert a pencil or equivalent size
instrument between the inside of the belt
clip and the metal clip assembly to hold
the metal clip partially sprung (metal clip
should be approximately parallel with the
plastic portion of the belt clip).
2.
Align the metal tabs of the belt clip with
the plastic slots of the battery housing.
3.
Slide the belt clip onto the battery,
pushing firmly until you hear a click.
4.
Remove the pencil from the clip.
Battery Removal
1.
Turn off the radio and hold it such that the battery side
of the radio is tilted down.
2.
Press down on the two battery release levers.
Removing the Belt Clip
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3.
4.
With release levers pulled down, the top of the
battery will fall away from the radio.
1.
Insert a pencil or equivalent size
instrument between the inside of the belt
clip and the metal clip assembly to hold
the metal clip partially sprung (metal clip
should be approximately parallel with the
plastic portion of the belt clip).
2.
Push the flat blade of a #2 slotted
screwdriver (or like instrument) between
the battery housing and the belt clip
release tab.
3.
While performing step 2, slide the belt
clip out and away from the battery, and
remove the screwdriver.
4.
Remove the pencil from the clip.
Remove the battery from the radio.
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Getting Started (cont.)
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3 two-position concentric switch
Getting Started (cont.)
5 indicator LED
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1
7
9
15
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4
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Figure 1.
Controls, Switches,
Indicators, and
Connectors
Universal Connector Seal Removal
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A
B
C
three-position
(ABC) toggle switch
6 orange top button
When not in use, keep the side connector covered using the
universal connector seal provided.
Touching the top two contacts of the universal connector when
transmitting could result in a radio frequency burn.
2 channel selector
1 on/off/volume control
If the universal connector seal is attached to
the radio:
Push
Off
7 side button 1
8 side button 2
10 push-to-talk
(PTT) switch
12 microphone
JT 1000
14 noisecancelling
port
11 display
15 keypad
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2 AB C
3DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7P R S
8 TUV
9WXY
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2
3
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Table 1. Switch, Button, and Keypad Programming
Carrier Squelch
Change Squelch Setting
DTMF Access/Exit
Keypad Lock
Light
Mode-Slaved Squelch
Monitor
Mon/Scan Program Status
Multiple Select PL
PAC•RT
Repeat/Talkaround
Single Tone Encode
Scan On/Off
Scan/Program Status
Scan/Scan Program
Sel/Program/Number–Edit
Variable RF Power
Top
Button
Side Button 2-Position Keypad
1
2
3 Concentric Menu
X
X*
X
X
X
9
X
X
X
X
X*
X*
X
10
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
6
7
8
X*
X
X
X
X
X
X
X*
Grasp the radio as illustrated, and push
your thumb against the tabbed portion of
the seal with enough force to unsnap the
universal connector seal from the radio.
3.
Rotate the seal around the antenna to
move it away from the universal
connector; slide the seal off of the
antenna and completely away from the
radio.
(Refer to Table 1/Figure 1 for Switch and Button Programming Information)
HOME
3-Position Toggle
A
B
C
X*
X*
2.
Controls, Switches, Indicators, and Connectors
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Feature
Turn the radio off when removing the
seal.
Universal
Connector
Seal
13 universal
connector
9 side button 3
1.
X
Note: * = Feature is programmed at shipment to this switch or button.
X = Feature can be programmed to this switch or button.
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14
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X
On/Off/Volume Control – Turns the radio on and off, and adjusts the volume
level.
Channel Selector – Selects the operating channel (1-16).
Two-Position Concentric Switch (
) - Keypad Lock, orange button (DTMF),
and Multiple Select PL lock/unlock.
3-Position Toggle Switch (A B C) – RSS programmable. User selects feature.
LED Indicator – Indicates the radio operating status; green/red light-emitting
diode (LED).
Orange Top Button – DTMF mode enable/disable.
Side Button 1 (Blue/Teal) – Radio Service Software programmable, serves as
a program/edit button.
Side Button 2 – Radio Service Software programmable, and inputs Multiple
select PL.
Side Button 3 – Radio Service Software programmable, default from factory is
monitor.
Push-To-Talk (PTT) Switch – Engages the transmitter and puts the radio in the
transmit mode.
Display – Provides visual information to the user.
Microphone Port – Accepts voice input to the radio’s microphone.
Universal Connector – Provides access for Radio Service Software
programming and side-connector programming key, testing, and accessory
connections.
Noise-Cancelling Port – Reduces background noise during transmit.
Keypad – Provides control and data interface.
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Getting Started (cont.)
Keypad
The radio includes a 15-button keypad that
activates or inputs data. The keypad’s upper 12 keys
are arranged, and function, like a standard telephone
keypad. In addition, the keypad’s top three keys access
menu selections. The keypad’s bottom three keys are
the left arrow key, HOME key, and right arrow key. The
left and right arrow keys are used to enter the
Programming Features mode. The left arrow key is
also used for editing when you are entering information
manually from the keypad when in program mode.
Pressing the left arrow key will backspace and erase the
display, one character at a time.
1
2 AB C
3DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7P R S
8 TUV
9WXY
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HOME
Display
The radio has a 14-character, one-line liquid crystal display (LCD), which
displays either alphanumeric messages or feature-selection information. Above
the character displays are status annunciators that indicate some of the radio’s
operating conditions.
Display Light
If poor light conditions make the display difficult to read, turn on the radio’s
display backlight by pressing the HOME button. The light will remain on for a
preprogrammed time period before it turns off automatically. If, while the light is
on, any key or button is pressed (except for the PTT switch), any knob is turned
(except for On/Off volume control), or any toggle switch is moved, the light will
remain on for an additional time period.
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LCD and Status Annunciators
Status Annunciators
The status annunciators indicate the status of the following radio functions:
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Battery Status (
) – Indicates the state of the radio’s battery. Flashes
when the battery is low.
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Coded Squelch (
) – Indicates the type of receive squelch that is in
effect for the active conventional channel; ON = CARRIER SQUELCH;
OFF = CODED SQUELCH.
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Call Received (
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Scan (
) – Indicates when the radio is scanning; ON = SCANNING;
OFF = NOT SCANNING.
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Priority Scan (
) – The presence of a dot along with the scan annunciator
indicates the scanning of a priority mode; FLASHING DOT = PRIORITY
•
Programming Mode (
) – A flashing annunciator box Indicates that the
radio is in the programming mode; FLASHING = IN PROGRAMMING MODE;
OFF = NOT IN PROGRAMMING MODE.
•
Keypad Lock (
) – Disables the keypad, orange top button (DTMF), and
Side Button 2 (Multiple Select PL). The annunciator does not flash.
•
Direct (
) – Indicates whether you are talking directly to another radio
(talkaround), or through a repeater; ON = DIRECT; OFF = REPEATER.
) – Flashes when a Quik-Call II page is received.
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Basic Radio Operation
Radio On/Off, Power-Up
Turn the radio on by rotating the on/off/volume
control 1/4-turn clockwise. The LED on top of the radio
will light green, and a SELF TEST screen will appear on
the LCD to indicate that the radio is performing a self
test. A high-pitched tone (Radio Ser vice Software
programmable) is generated to indicate that the radio
has passed the self test. If a low-pitched tone, screen
display FAIL 01/82, or any combination of the two
occurs (indicating a malfunction), turn the radio off,
check the battery, and turn the radio back on.
On/Off
Volume Control
! CAUTION
Do not remove the battery from the radio
during power-up or during any programming
sequence. This could corrupt codeplug data.
Note: The power-up self test verifies the
operational status of the microprocessor-based
systems but does not check all of the radio
frequency components and does not check the
operation of all customer specific features.
Motorola recommends that the functionality of the
radio be periodically checked by an authorized
Motorola service shop.
Selective Channel Display and HOME Key
After power-up, a selective channel display is
shown. This display is a per radio feature programmed
by Radio Service Software one of two ways:
•
one way, the dispatch display, shows the channel
number (selected by the channel selector) and a
number that represents the squelch code assigned
to that receive channel. If the PTT is pressed while
viewing the dispatch display, the display will not
change.
•
the other way, the numeric display, shows the
receive frequency of the channel (selected by the
channel selector) and the squelch type or squelch
code assigned to that receive frequency. If the PTT
is pressed while viewing the numeric display, the
display will change to show the transmit frequency
and the transmit squelch type or squelch code.
When in the programming mode, if no keys are
pressed in 15 seconds (Radio Ser vice Software
programmable), the radio will automatically exit that
mode and return to the selective channel display.
The HOME key is used to exit the current menu
screen and return to the previous menu screen. If the
existing menu allowed data entry and side button 1 was
not pressed, pressing the HOME key will cause that data
to be lost.
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Monitoring
side
button 2
side
button 3
PTT
Turn the radio on, momentarily press side button 3
(default setting from factory), and listen for channel activity.
To place the radio in the permanent, forced-monitor mode,
press and hold side button 3 for approximately five seconds
(time programmable via Radio Service Software). The radio
emits a brief high-pitched tone as it enters the forcedmonitor mode. To return the radio to its original squelch
state, one of the following can be done: press side button 3
again (silent-monitor mode on carrier squelch channels),
press the PTT, change channels, or turn the radio off and
on.
Receiving a Transmission
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn the radio on and set the channel selector to the
desired channel position.
Listen for a transmission and adjust the volume control
to a comfortable listening level. If no transmission is
heard, press the monitor button to unsquelch the
radio, and adjust the background noise to a
comfortable listening level.
Note: The squelch level is a per-channel setting that
can be reprogrammed using the keypad. Refer to Radio
Operation with Features section, Front Panel
Programming, Adjust Squelch for details.
Your radio is now set to receive transmissions on the
selected frequency.
Refer to Radio Operation with Features section, Coded
Squelch Operation paragraph for Tone Private-Line®
(PL) and Digital Private-Line™ (DPL) operation.
Notes:
•
If the channel selector control is placed on an
unprogrammed channel (blank channel), an error
tone is emitted until the channel selector control is
rotated to a programmed (valid) channel.
•
The LED will blink red in the receive mode to
indicate that the channel is busy.
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Transmitting
3.
4.
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9
5
3
Listen for a transmission and adjust the
volume control to a comfortable listening level.
If no transmission is heard, press side button
3 to unsquelch the radio, and adjust the
background noise to a comfortable listening
level.
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2.
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Turn the radio on and set the channel selector
to the desired channel position.
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1.
Do not interrupt another user. If the channel
on which you are transmitting is programmed
for coded squelch operation, ensure that the
channel is not in use by momentarily
depressing the monitor button to listen for
activity, or check for the LED to be flashing
red.
Channel Selector
To transmit, hold the radio in a ver tical
position with the microphone two to three
inches away from the lips. When the channel
is clear, press and hold the PTT on the side of
the radio and speak slowly and clearly into the
microphone area. The LED will be red while in
the transmit mode. When your transmission is
completed, release the PTT to listen.
Note: Avoid blocking the noise-cancelling port
while transmitting to take full advantage of the
noise-cancelling feature.
LED, red
Low-Battery Alert
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9
13
7
15
5
1
3
While in transmit mode, the LED will blink red
if the battery falls below a low voltage level (Radio
Service Software programmable, blinking LED is
factory default). The radio can be programmed via
Radio Service Software to emit a double-chirp tone
to indicate a low-battery condition. If a low-battery
condition exists, the tone will be emitted when the
PTT is released in transmit mode, and when the
low-battery condition is detected in receive mode.
A
B
C
Control Top
Also, in the transmit and receive modes, when
a low-voltage level is detected, the LCD batterystatus annunciator will blink.
Note: If the JT 1000 radio is using an NTN7319
Alkaline battery pack, the low-battery alert point is
automatically reconfigured.
Low-Battery
Annunciator Display
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Radio Operation with Features
General
All discussions of radio features assume specific combinations of the 3position toggle switch, side button programming, and radio model capability.
Your particular radio operation may vary depending on these choices.
Coded Squelch Operation
Tone Private-Line (PL), Digital Private-Line (DPL), and carrier squelch
operation are all available in the same radio, on a per-channel basis. When
operating in carrier squelch mode, all traffic on that channel is heard. When
operating PL or DPL, your radio hears those messages intended for you. When
this feature is channel-slaved, PL, DPL, or carrier squelch is programmed to
each transmit and receive frequency, and you need not move any switches for
activation. Alternatively, this feature can be programmed to the 3-position
toggle switch. See Table 2 toward the rear of this manual.
Variable RF Power
Transmit power on JT 1000 radios is programmed on a per channel
basis, one or more channels (as required) for high power and other channels
for low power. Programming of this feature can be done by:
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the user, via the keypad and display (see page 15), or by
Radio Service Software.
Note: Unless programmed otherwise by Radio Service Software, JT 1000
radios will transmit low power only when using an alkaline battery.
Programmable Features
The JT 1000 Radio uses the display and keypad to give you quick access
to the following features, programmable per channel:
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multi-selectable PL/DPL/CSQ,
squelch level adjust, and
power selection.
Important Note: While programming any one of these features, all transmit
and receive functions are disabled.
Once the radio is turned on and the HOME display
is shown, pressing either the left (
) or the right
arrow key (
) prompts the radio to show two softkey
features (SQL and PWR) on the 14-character display,
with key-like outlines, known as “softkeys,” to make them look like keys.
Selecting the SQL or PWR feature is accomplished by pressing the softkey
button directly below it. The softkey buttons ( 1 , 2 , 3 ) are the top row of
keys on the keypad. The left key controls the left feature and the middle key
controls the middle feature. For detailed information, refer to “Adjust Squelch
(SQL)” and “Select Power (PWR”) paragraphs on page 15.
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LCD Display/Menu Screen Tree
OR
PRESS HOME
SQUELCH = 4
(1 - 8)
LOW POWER
QUIT ?
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Radio Operation
with Features (cont.)
Multi-Selectable PL/DPL/CSQ Mode
A numeric-display screen and a dispatchdisplay screen,(see Basic Radio Operation
section)
apply
to
Multi-Selectable
PL/DPL/CSQ Mode. For the description of
Multi-Selectable PL/DPL/CSQ Mode, the
dispatch-display screens are used.
Turn the radio on and select a channel, for
example channel 3. The screen will display the
channel number and the squelch code
assigned to that channel (CH 3
3). The
squelch code is for both transmit and receive.
Press side-button 2; the display will show the
channel number, indicate the type of squelch,
and display the DPL code or PL frequency if
applicable. For example (CH 3 = #131). The #
sign signifies DPL squelch. Use the arrow keys
to scroll through and select any of the other
channel codes to be moved to the channel
that you are on. For example, while scrolling,
the screen would display: CH 3 = C4, CH 3 =
C5, CH 3 = C6, etc. Stop on the desired
channel code (for example CH 3 = C5) and
press side button 2 again to move channel 5’s
squelch code to channel 3. Channel 5’s code
will remain on channel 3 even if the radio is
turned off and back on. To return to original
channel programming, press the 0 key
followed by the
key within two seconds.
HOME
This function is enabled from the factory, but
can be disabled by Radio Service Software.
Note: Multi-Selectable channel programming
can be cleared (reset) on the selected channel
by pressing the HOME key while in the MultiSelectable PL/DPL/CSQ Mode.
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Program Edit Mode
Turn the radio on and select a channel. The
LCD shows the channel number and the
squelch code assignment. To enter the
program edit mode, press either one of the
arrow keys on the keypad. The SQL PWR
softkey menu screen will be displayed. When
in this menu, pressing the
key changes the
display to QUIT?, which lasts for two seconds.
The screen changes to display YES
NO.
Press softkey button 1 to return to radio
operation. Press softkey button 3 and return
to the SQL PWR softkey menu.
HOME
DEF
Note: Programming/editing will be only for
the channel selected.
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with Features (cont.)
Adjust Squelch (SQL) - Press softkey button
. T h e d i s p l a y w i l l s h o w t h e c u rr e n t
squelch setting on the selected channel for two
seconds (for example SQUELCH = 4). The screen
will prompt for a new setting. Enter new setting (18), 4 nominal, and press the top side (blue/teal,
edit) button. Choose setting 1 for loose squelch, 8
for tight squelch. The display returns to the
SQL PWR menu screen. Repeat for each channel
as applicable.
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Select Power (PWR) - Press softkey button
. T h e d i s p l a y w i l l s h o w t h e c u rr e n t
power selection for two seconds (for example
LOW POWER). The screen will prompt for a new
selection (LOW
HIGH). Press the softkey under
the desired power setting if a power setting change
is desired. The display returns to the SQL PWR
menu screen.
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Channel Scan™ Features
A.
Description
The scan feature allows the user to monitor activity on different channels.
The radio is capable of scanning up to 16 channels in the scan list, with one list
available per radio. A radio can be programmed via Radio Service Software for
either non-priority or priority channel scan with PL/DPL or carrier squelch
operation.
Notes:
• A radio programmed for non-priority channel scan, will not have prioritychannel capability.
• With scan on, the menu system and the DTMF feature are both
non-functional.
Non-priority channel scan means no scan channel has priority over another.
The scanner stops on the first scan channel with activity. When activity is over
and the “hang time” has expired, scan proceeds to the next active channel. Hang
time is the amount of time that the radio user has to respond to a received
transmission. Hang time is programmable on a per-radio basis.
Priority channel scan means that any one of the radio's scan channels may
be designated as a priority channel. The priority channel is checked for activity
more frequently than non-priority channels. If the radio is locked on a non-priority
channel and activity is detected on the priority channel, the radio will leave the
non-priority channel and lock onto the priority channel. An alert tone is generated
to indicate that a priority message is being received.
Note: With scan on, the channel selected automatically becomes a member
of the scan list.
Three types of scan are available:
1.
Automatic Scanning (Auto Scan) – is preprogrammed in the radio using
Radio Service Software, and slaved to one or more channels. A radio with
auto scan will automatically begin scanning whenever the auto scan channel
position is selected. When auto scan is programmed to a channel, that
channel will always operate in the scan mode. The number of auto-scan
channels is equal to one less than the number of channels in the radio.
2.
Preprogrammed Conventional Channel Scan – is preprogrammed in the
radio using Radio Service Software.
3.
Operator-Selectable Conventional Channel Scan - lets the user program the
scan list by using a combination of side buttons or toggle switch, and the
channel selector knob. The programming procedure is explained, in detail, in
paragraphs titled “Programming Operator-Selectable Channel Scan.”
Transmitting (pressing the PTT) while in the scan mode is accomplished in
one of three ways (programmed via Radio Service Software):
•
Revert to Selected Mode – lets you transmit while scanning is in
progress. The transmission will occur on the channel selected by the
channel selector.
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Channel ScanTM Features (cont.)
•
•
B.
Talk-Back Scan – lets the user respond on the channel with activity
within a specified “hang-time”. Hang time is the amount of time that the
radio user has to respond to a received transmission. If the user misses
the allotted time and tries to transmit, transmission occurs on the
channel currently selected by the channel selector.
Designated Tx Channel – transmission will always occur on this channel,
whether or not there is activity on a scan channel.
Operation
How to Turn Channel Scan On
Turn the radio on and place the radio in the scan-on mode (for units with
preprogrammed and/or operator-selectable channel scan), or rotate the channel
selector and stop on the preprogrammed scan channel (for units with auto scan).
Scanning begins.
During scan, the display shows the channel that the rotary knob is set on.
When activity is detected on a channel, the radio locks onto it, monitors the
conversation, and the display shows the active scan channel. When activity is
over and the “hang time” (programmable) has expired, the scanner proceeds to
the next active channel.
Scan Annunciators
When scan is turned on, the scan status
annunciator on the display turns on, and remains on
until scan is turned off. If scanning stops on a priority
channel, the priority scan status annunciator (dot) will
be flashing.
How to Turn Channel Scan Off
Place the 3-position switch in the scan off position
or press the scan off button (for units with
preprogrammed and/or operator-selectable channel
scan), or rotate the channel selector to any position
other than a channel with channel scan (for units with
auto scan). Scanning stops.
How to Delete a Nuisance Channel from the Scan
List
While in channel scan operation, if conversation on
a particular non-priority channel (nuisance channel)
bothers you, temporarily delete that channel from the
scan list by pressing side button 1 when the radio is
locked onto the channel. The channel will be temporarily
deleted from the list until scan is turned off. The
channel is put back into the list upon re-entry into scan.
The channel is also put back into the scan list if you
change modes by rotating the channel selector. All
scan list channels except one, may be nuisance
deleted. The priority channel may not be nuisance
deleted.
side
button 1
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Channel ScanTM Features (cont.)
Programming “Operator-Selectable
Channel Scan”
1.
Enter the scan programming mode in
one of two ways, programmed by Radio
Service Software:
• by placing the 3-position toggle switch
in the scan program position, or
• by selecting the proper side button.
An alert tone will sound and the display will
show SCAN PROGRAM.
Note: The SCAN PROGRAM display is shown
for the duration of scan programming. The
display does not indicate scan programming
status. Scan programming status is indicated
by the LED.
LED, green
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13
9
7
15
5
1
3
A
B
C
LED, red
11
13
9
7
15
5
1
3
A
B
C
2A. Add a non-priority scan channel to the
scan list by rotating the channel selector
to the desired channel to be added, and
press the select button. The LED will
illuminate green to indicate that the
channel is now in the scan list. Add
another non-priority scan channel to the
scan list by rotating the channel selector
to the next channel to be added. Press
the select button to enter the channel as
a non-priority channel, and again the LED
will illuminate green to indicate that the
channel is in the scan list. A total of 16
non-priority channels can be entered into
the scan list in this manner.
2B. Add a priority scan channel to the scan
list by rotating the channel selector to
the desired channel.
If the selected channel is already in the
s c a n l i s t ( L E D i l l u m i n a t e d g re e n ) ,
pressing the select button again makes
that channel the priority channel. The
LED will change from green to red.
If the selected channel is not already in
the scan list (LED off), add it by pressing
the select button. The LED will
illuminate.green. Press the select button
again to select this channel as the
priority channel. The LED will change
from green to red.
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Channel ScanTM Features (cont.)
3.
Change the priority scan channel in the same manner as you would add
a priority scan channel. When any scan channel is made the priority
channel, the previous priority channel automatically becomes a nonpriority channel.
4A. Delete a non-priority scan channel from the scan list as follows:
• Ensure that the radio is in the scan program mode.
• Rotate the channel selector to the channel you want to delete. The
LED should be green, indicating that the channel selected is in the
scan list.
• Press the select button twice to delete the channel from the list. On
the first press, the LED will illuminate red and on the second press,
the LED will go off.
4B. Delete the priority scan channel from the scan list by rotating the
channel selector to the priority channel (LED illuminated red). Press the
select button. The channel will be deleted from the scan list, and the
LED will go off. Add the channel back to the scan list as a non-priority
scan channel by pressing the select button again (LED will illuminate
green).
5.
Exit the scan programming mode in one of two ways:
• If scan is Radio Service Software programmed to the 3-position
switch, place the switch in the off position, thus selecting another
radio function, or
• If scan is Radio Service Software programmed to a side button, press
the button again.
A tone is generated and SCAN PROGRAM is removed from the display
to indicate that scan programming has been exited.
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Quik-Call II™ Decode Signalling
A.
Description
Quik-Call II decode is a convenient way for a
dispatcher to voice page an individual or group. QuikCall II decode also eliminates the need for you to
listen to traffic that is of no concern. This feature is
enabled on a per-channel basis, and available as
individual call, group call, or dual call.
B.
A
B
C
Operation
To turn on and operate Quik-Call ll:
1.
Turn the radio on.
2.
Activate Quik-Call II by placing the 3-position
toggle switch in the (A) position (if so
programmed), or by rotating the channel
selector to the desired channel with Quik-Call ll
programmed. The display will show QC.
3.
When a page is received, the LED flashes green,
the call-received annunciator flashes, and an
interrupted alert tone (individual call) or
continuous alert tone (group call) is heard. A
voice message will follow. The LED will continue
to flash for the entire length of the message.
4.
Return the radio to the Quik-Call II paging mode
by pressing the monitor button. If the monitor
button is not pressed, the radio will “auto-reset”.
The Quik-Call II feature is factory programmed
for auto-reset. When carrier is detected, the
automatic reset timer is stopped; when carrier
is lost, the auto-reset timer is started over.
Notes:
• Quik-Call II auto-reset is cancelled when the
monitor button is pressed or when the
channel is changed. The auto-reset timer is
started over if it was running when a Quik-Call
II was decoded, or when a successful
transmission was initiated.
• Quik-Call II will be decoded and an aler t
generated regardless of the PL or DPL
squelch configuration on that channel.
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Touch-Code™, Dual-Tone Multi-frequency (DTMF)
The JT 1000 radio is programmed to allow
DTMF calls. It has a keypad that consists of the
numeric keys 0-9, the * key, the # key, and three
keys used for programming functions (two arrow
keys and a HOME key
). The two arrow
keys and HOME key are non-functional during DTMF
operation.
1
2 AB C
3DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7P R S
8 TUV
9WXY
HOME
Each time a key is pressed, an audible sidetone
is heard. The sidetone is Radio Service Software
programmable to be either a timed duration or last
as long as the key is depressed. The DTMF sidetone
default is for the tone to last for as long as the key is
depressed.
0
HOME
Using DTMF With Auto Access and Deaccess For
Phone And Control Applications
1.
Enter the DTMF mode by pressing the orange
top button. The Radio Service Software
preprogrammed access code is sent
automatically, and DTMF is displayed.
2.
When you hear the go-ahead tone, enter the numbers using the keypad. The
numbers are sent as you key them.
3.
Listen for the phone to ring and wait for the called party to answer.
4.
Press the PTT to transmit.
5.
When the conversation is finished, hang-up by pressing the orange top
button. The deaccess code is sent automatically.
Note: Changing channels anytime during DTMF automatically sends deaccess.
Placing a Call With Manual Dial (No Auto Access)
1.
Enter the DTMF mode by pressing the orange top button.
2.
If an access code is required before you enter the phone number, enter it
using the keypad.
3.
When you hear the go-ahead tone, enter the phone number using the
keypad. The numbers are sent as you key them.
4.
Listen for the phone to ring and wait for the called party to answer.
5.
Press the PTT to transmit.
6.
When the conversation is finished, hang-up by entering the deaccess code
from the keypad.
Note: DTMF does not function if the radio is in the scan mode.
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Repeater Talkaround
Repeater talkaround allows you to bypass the
repeater. This is referred to as the DIRECT mode,
when you talk portable-to-portable. The transmit
frequency is the same as the receive frequency (Tx
= Rx). The direct annunciator (
) appears on the
display when you are in direct communication with
another radio.
In the REPEAT mode, you talk through the repeater, which increases the
radio’s operating range. The transmit frequency is not the same as the receive
frequency.
The repeater talkaround feature is programmed to the three-position toggle
switch, one position on the switch will select the REPEAT mode, and another
position will select the DIRECT mode. See Table 2 located toward the rear of this
manual.
Note: Channel-slaved talkaround overrides the 3-position toggle switch if the
transmit and receive frequencies are the same.
Smart PTT
A.
Description
Smart PTT is a per-channel feature which increases the system manager’s
control of radio operations. When smart PTT is enabled in your radio (using
Radio Service Software), the user will not be able to transmit on an active
channel. In addition, the monitor function can be disabled on channels
programmed with smart PTT. Three radio-wide variations of smart PTT are
available:
B.
1.
Transmit Inhibit on Busy Channel: With this feature enabled, you will be
inhibited from transmitting if any activity is detected on the channel.
2.
Transmit Inhibit on Busy Channel with Wrong Squelch Code: With
this feature enabled, you will be inhibited from transmitting on an active
channel with a squelch code other than your own. If the squelch code is
the same as yours, the transmission will not be inhibited.
3.
Quick-Key Override: This feature can work in conjunction with variation
one or two. With this feature enabled, you will be able to override the
transmit inhibit state by quick-keying (two PTT activations within one
second of each other) the radio.
Operation
Smart PTT radio operation is exactly the same as standard radio operation,
except that if you try to transmit (press PTT) on a busy Smart PTT channel, a
continuous alert tone is generated until the PTT is released; the transmission
is inhibited.
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Time-Out Timer
Time-out timer is a per-channel feature that limits the amount of time you
can continuously transmit on a channel. If you hold down the PTT longer than the
allotted time:
•
a pre-alert warning tone will be generated four seconds prior to
termination of the transmission to give you an indication that your
conversation is about to be cut off.
•
the transmission is terminated at a selected time (pre-programmed by
Radio Service Software) and an alert tone is heard until the PTT is
released.
Note: The time-out timer function ships disabled from the factory. When activated
using Radio Service Software, the default time is 60 seconds
PAC•RT™
PAC•RT is a per-channel feature that allows you to communicate with the
mobile vehicular repeater system, transmitting through a PAC•RT vehicular
repeater (for increased power) to the base station. When you select PAC•RT
operation, all messages are communicated portable-to-base. In radios with
PAC•RT programmed to the 3-position toggle switch, if the (B) or (C) position of
the 3-position toggle switch is selected, all messages are communicated portableto-portable, and the PAC•RT repeater is not activated. See Table 2 located toward
the rear of this manual.
Note: PAC•RT ships disabled from the factory.
Receive-Only Channel
JT 1000 radios can be programmed to operate receive-only on a per-channel
basis. A channel programmed for receive-only will not transmit. Pressing the PTT
will result in a low-pitch alert tone.
Single Tone™ Signalling
Single Tone is an “encode-only” signalling feature programmed by radio
service software. With this feature a timed tone is transmitted with the push of a
button. The feature is programmed to the PTT switch or to any of the three side
buttons. A maximum of two different tones can be programmed, each to any one
of the four buttons (PTT, SB1, SB2, or SB3). If one of two single tones is
programmed to the PTT switch, it must be single tone one.
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Batteries and Accessories
Battery Information
The JT 1000 radio receives its power from an
alkaline battery or a rechargeable nickel-cadmium
(NiCd) battery as listed in the accessories section.
These batteries are a safe, dependable power
source for your radio. Proper care of the battery will
ensure its effectiveness and allow for peak radio
performance.
Notes:
• The NTN7319 alkaline battery is compatible
with JT 1000 radios only.
• The alkaline battery is not rechargeable.
Battery
• When the alkaline battery is used on a
JT 1000 radio, the radio is not compatible
with the mobile vehicular adapter(MTVA).
Recharging Nickel-Cadmium Batteries
Recharge the batter y before use to ensure optimum capacity and
performance. The battery was designed specifically to be used with a Motorola
charger. Charging in non-Motorola equipment may lead to battery damage and
void the battery warranty.
Note: When charging a battery that is attached to the radio, turn the radio
off to ensure a full charge.
! WARNING
Do not attempt to change or charge the battery in a hazardous
atmosphere. See Safety Standards section of this manual.
Charging Temperature
The battery should be at about 77° F (room temperature) whenever possible.
Charging a cold battery (below 50° F) may result in leakage of electrolyte and
ultimately, in failure of the battery. Charging a hot battery (above 95° F) results in
reduced discharge capacity, affecting the performance of the radio. JT 1000
rapid-rate battery chargers contain a temperature-sensing circuit to ensure that
the battery is charged within these temperature limits.
Short Circuit
Care should be taken to avoid external short-circuiting of the battery.
! WARNING
A sustained high-rate discharge (for example, a paper clip placed
accidently across the battery contacts) may permanently damage the
battery, void the battery warranty, and create a burn or fire hazard.
Memory Effect (Reduced Charge Capacity)
Memory effect is a phenomenon which causes a temporary loss in battery
capacity or voltage due to repetitive shallow discharging or long-term
overcharging. This memory effect has been virtually eliminated from Motorola
batteries through the use of new cell technology.
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NiCd
Battery Disposal
For disposal, nickel-cadmium sealed rechargeable batteries should be
delivered to an authorized metals-reclamation dealer.
Alkaline batteries and nickel-metal-hydride batteries, although they contain no
designated toxic metals, are recommended to be disposed of through an
authorized metals-reclamation dealer.
! WARNING
Do not dispose of any batteries in a fire as they may explode!
This product is powered by an alkaline battery or a nickel-cadmium
rechargeable battery. At the end of its useful life, the battery can be recycled.
However, recycling facilities may not be available in all areas. Under various state
or local laws, the battery must be recycled or disposed of properly, and cannot be
disposed of in landfills or incinerators.
In addition, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations classify
used nickel-cadmium batteries as hazardous waste, unless certain exemptions
apply.
Motorola fully endorses and encourages the recycling of nickel-cadmium
batteries. If you are located in the United States, you can ship, postpaid, your
used Motorola nickel-cadmium batteries to INMETCO, an EPA-approved recycling
facility, at the address given on the next page. We recommend used batteries be
sent to the nickel-cadmium recycling facility most convenient for you. If you are not
located in the United States, you may ship your used Motorola nickel-cadmium
batteries to one of the nearest international locations listed on the next page.
Should you have any questions, contact the facility first.
Consideration should be given to the methods of collecting, labeling, and
shipping used nickel-cadmium batteries. Your federal, state, or local EPA should
be consulted for specific requirements and for recycling options in your area.
Motorola, as a responsible corporate citizen, has always been concerned
with the protection of the environment. For further information, you may call the
Motorola America’s Parts Division, Customer Service Department, toll-free at 1800-422-4210.
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Nickel-Cadmium Battery Recycling Facilities
INMETCO, Bin #M1
P.O. Box 720
245 Portersville Road
Ellwood City, PA 16117
Phone: (412) 758-2800
Fax: (412) 758-9311
HANIL METAL RECYCLE CO., LTD.
24-4, Palryong-dong, Changwon-Shi
Kyongsangnam-Do, Korea
Phone: 082 551 93 1911
Fax: 082 551 96 0050
S.N.A.M.
Rue de la Gareene
Z.I. Chesnes-Tharabie,
B.P. 733-38297 St. Quentin Fallavier
Cedex, France
Phone: 033 74 94 59 85
Fax: 033 74 94 13 18
NIPPON RECYCLE CTR. CORP.
6-13-19, Nishitama, Kita-Ku
Osaka, 530, Japan
Phone: 081 6 311 9071
Fax: 081 6 311 0949
For additional information on Motorola’s batteries, write to:
Motorola
Energy Products Division
Customer Care Department
1700 Belle Meade Court
Lawrenceville,Ga 30243-5854
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Accessories List
Motorola offers several accessories to increase communications efficiency.
Many of the accessories available are listed below, but for a complete list, consult
your local Motorola representative.
Antennas:
NAD6566 * Helical (136-151MHz)
NAD6567 * Helical (151-162MHz)
NAD6568 * Helical (162-178MHz)
NAD6563 * Helical, Wideband (136-178MHz)
NAE6546 * Helical (403-435MHz)
NAE6547 * Helical (435-470MHz)
NAE6548 * Helical (470-520MHz)
NAE6549 * Whip (403-520MHz)
Batteries:
NTN7319
NTN7143
NTN7144
Alkaline, 14-cell (Non-rechargeable, sealed)
High-Capacity Nickel-Cadmium (Non-incentive, groups A, B, C, D)
Ultra High-Capacity Nickel-Cadmium (Non-incentive,
groups A, B, C, D)
NTN7146 * High-Capacity Nickel-Cadmium FMRC Intrinsically Safe
(groups D, F, G)
NTN7147 * Ultra-High-Capacity Nickel-Cadmium FMRC Intrinsically Safe
(groups D, F, G)
NTN7341 * Ultra-High-Capacity Nickel-Cadmium FMRC Intrinsically Safe
(groups C, D, E, F, G)
NTN7372 * Ultra-High-Capacity Nickel-Cadmium FMRC Intrinsically Safe
(groups C, D, E, F, G)
Single-Unit Slow-Charge Battery Chargers, 50/60Hz Desk-Top:
NTN1174
117Vac, with 117Vac Wall-Mount Transformer
NTN1175
220Vac, with International 220Vac Wall-Mount Transformer
NTN1176
240Vac, with International 240Vac Wall-Mount Transformer
Single-Unit Rapid-Charge Battery Chargers, 50/60Hz Desk-Top:
NTN1171
117Vac with 117Vac Cord and Plug
NTN1172
International 220Vac with International 220Vac Cord and
2-Prong Plug
NTN1173
International 240Vac with International 240Vac Cord and
3-Prong Plug
Single-Unit Dual-Rate Battery Chargers, 50/60Hz:
NTN1168
117Vac with117Vac Cord and Plug
NTN1169
International 220Vac with International 220Vac Cord and
2-Prong Plug
NTN1170
International 240Vac with International 240Vac Cord and
3-Prong Plug
Multi-Unit Battery Chargers, Six-Pocket Dual-Rate 50/60Hz:
NTN1177
90-240Vac, with 117Vac Cord and Plug
NTN1178
90-240Vac with International 220Vac Cord and 2-Prong Plug
NTN1179
90-240Vac with International 240Vac Cord and 3-Prong Plug
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Accessories List (cont.)
Remote Speaker/Microphones:
NMN6191* Noise Cancelling Microphone; Includes Coiled Cord Assembly,
3.5mm Earjack, and Swivel Clip
NMN6193* Standard Microphone; Includes Coiled Cord Assembly,
3.5mm Earjack, and Swivel Clip
NMN6228 Public Safety Speaker/Microphone; Includes Antenna (S.M.A.) UHF
(VHF capable), Straight Cord Assembly, 3.5mm Earjack, Swivel Clip,
and Receive Audio High-/Low-Volume Toggle Switch.
Carry Accessories:
NLN6042
NLN6349
NTN7238
NTN7239
NTN7241
NTN7242
NTN7244
NTN7245
NTN7247
NTN7894
NTN7317
NTN7318
NTN7484
NTN7166
NTN7167
3" Black Belt
Shoulder Carry Strap
Leather Carry Case with Belt Loop and T-Strap for High-Capacity
Battery
Leather Case with Belt Loop and T-Strap for Ultra-High-Capacity
Battery
Leather Carry Case with 2.5" Swivel Belt Loop and
T-Strap for High-Capacity Battery
Leather Case with 2.5" Swivel Belt Loop and T-Strap for
Ultra-High-Capacity Battery
Leather Carry Case with 3" Swivel Belt Loop and T-Strap for
High-Capacity Battery
Leather Case with 3" Swivel Belt Loop and T-Strap for
Ultra-High-Capacity Battery
Fabric Carry Case with Belt Loop for High and Ultra-High-Capacity
Battery
Nylon Carry Case with Belt Loop for Alkaline Battery
Belt Clip (Fits 2.5" Belt)
Belt Clip (Fits 3" Belt)
Swivel “D” Clip for Radio
Snap Fastener for Remote Speaker/Microphone
Velcro Patch for Remote Speaker/Microphone
(Requires Shoulder Velcro Patch NLN8410)
* These accessories are approved as being intrinsically safe by Factory Mutual
Research Corporation (FMRC). Refer to the radio label for intrinsic safety
ratings and required batteries. Only the accessories and antennas noted (by *)
may be used on approved radios.
!
WARNING
Substitution of components may impair the intrinsic safety of
the radio.
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General Information
Transmitting Distance
Several conditions determine the distance that your radio will transmit a
clear data/voice communication. The following list describes many conditions and
their typical affect on your radio's transmitting distance.
Condition
radio's power
radio's frequency
radio's tuning
stormy weather
at sea
city
in a building
on a tall building's roof
Description
Effect
more power
lower frequency (VHF compared to UHF)
properly tuned radio (on frequency, more power)
adverse atmospheric conditions
better ground plane (clearer line-of-site)
large/tall buildings (interference problems)
structural boundaries (interference problems)
less interference (clearer line-of-site)
longer distance
longer distance
longer distance
shorter distance
longer distance
shorter distance
shorter distance
longer distance
Table 2. 3-Position Toggle Switch Programmable Feature List
Feature
Position A
Position B
Position C
PL On
Carrier Squelch
Carrier Squelch
Scan/Talkaround
Direct/Scan Off
Repeat/Scan Off
Repeat/Scan On
Scan/Quik-Call II
Quik-Call II
Carrier Squelch
Scan Off
Scan On
PL On
Scan Off
Carrier Squelch
Scan Off
Scan On
Scan/PAC•RT
Transmit PL
Scan Off
Carrier Squelch
Scan Off
Scan On
Scan/Scan Programming 1
Scan
Program On
Scan Off
Scan On
Scan/Scan Programming 2
Scan On
Scan Off
Scan
Program On
PL/Carrier Squelch
(default feature)
Scan/Squelch
Talkaround
Direct
Repeat
Repeat
Quik-Call II
Quik-Call II
Carrier Squelch
Carrier Squelch
Transmit PL
Carrier Squelch
Carrier Squelch
PAC•RT
For more detailed information on programmable parameters, contact your
Motorola sales representative for radio service software.
Note: The 3-position toggle switch can be programmed to be non-functional using
radio service software.
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Radio Care
Cleaning
Clean external surfaces of the radio with a mild detergent and a stiff, nonmetallic, short-bristled brush. A suitable detergent solution may be mixed by
adding one teaspoon of mild dishwashing detergent to one gallon of water (0.5%
solution). Apply the detergent solution sparingly with the brush, being careful not
to allow excess detergent to remain entrapped near connectors and controls or in
cracks and crevices. Do not submerse the radio in the detergent solution. Dry the
radio thoroughly with a soft, lint-free cloth.
Clean all battery contacts with a lint-free cloth to remove dirt, grease, or
other foreign material that may prevent good electrical connections.
Handling
•
Avoid physical abuse; do not pound, drop, or throw the radio
unnecessarily. Do not carry the radio by the antenna.
•
Avoid subjecting the radio to an excess of liquids. Never allow the radio
to become submersed.
•
Avoid subjecting the radio to corrosives, solvents, or spirits.
! CAUTION
Clean the radio with the recommended solution only.
Cleaning the radio with solvents or spirits may be harmful
and permanently damage the radio housing.
Do not disassemble the radio in any way. Keep the connector cover in place
until ready to use the accessory connector. Replace the cover immediately after
the accessory has been disconnected.
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Safety Standards
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC),
has adopted a safety standard for human exposure to
radio frequency electromagnetic energy emitted by
FCC regulated equipment. Motorola subscribes to the
same safety standard for the use of its products.
Proper operation of this radio will result in user
exposure substantially below FCC recommended
limits:
•
Do not hold the radio with the antenna very
close to, or touching, exposed parts of the
body, especially the face, ears, or eyes,
while transmitting. Hold the radio in a
vertical position with the microphone two to
three inches away from the lips.
•
Do not hold the transmit switch (PTT) on
when not actually desiring to transmit.
•
Do not allow children to play with any radio
equipment containing a transmitter.
•
Do not operate this equipment near
electrical blasting caps or in an explosive
atmosphere. Under cer tain conditions,
radios can interfere with blasting
operations. When you are in the vicinity of
construction work, look for, and observe,
signs cautioning against radio transmission.
If radio transmission is prohibited, you must
n o t t r a n s m i t u n t i l o u t o f t h e a re a .
Furthermore, you must turn off your radio
to prevent any accidental transmission.
•
Do not replace or charge batteries in a
hazardous atmosphere. Contact sparking
may occur while installing or removing
batteries and cause an explosion.
•
Turn radio off when removing or installing a
battery.
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Safety Standards (cont.)
Anyone intending to use a radio in a hazardous area is advised to become
familiar with the subject of intrinsic safety and with Section 70 of the National Fire
Code, which is commonly referred to as Article 500 of the National Electric Code.
Use of anything but factory supplied components may affect the approval and
safety of the radio. Likewise, it is advised that servicing should be performed only
by qualified personnel who adhere to the following Factory Mutual Research
Corporation (FMRC) required warning:
! WARNING
Modification of FMRC-Approved intrinsically safe radios will
negate Factory Mutual Research Corporation Approval.
Certain JT 1000 radios and batteries have been declared intrinsically safe by
FMRC of Norwood, Massachusetts, for use in hazardous atmospheres. FM
Approved radios are identified by attached certification labels and by matching
green dots found on the bottom of radios and batteries. The intrinsically safe
rating by Factory Mutual Research Corporation states that electrical equipment is
incapable of releasing sufficient electrical or thermal energy, under normal or
abnormal operating conditions, to cause ignition of a specific hazardous
atmosphere. This means the JT 1000 radio has been thoroughly tested by
Factory Mutual Research Corporation and carries its certification for operation in
the hazardous atmospheres designated on the radio label. Radios must ship
from the Motorola factory with the hazardous atmosphere capability and
cannot be modified in the field. Failure to use the radio with the approved battery
will negate the approval. JT 1000 radios that are approved by Factory Mutual
Research Corporation can be used in those applications requiring reliable two way
hand-held radios in the listed specific hazardous atmospheres. Motorola approved
equipment and accessories, along with competitive equipment approvals, are listed
in the yearly approval guide published by Factory Mutual Research Corporation. This
guide can be ordered from the following address:
Training Resource Center, Publications-Order Processing Dept.
Factory Mutual Engineering and Research,
1151 Boston-Providence Turnpike
P.O. Box 9102, Norwood, MA 02062
Telephone: (617) 762-4300, extension 2152
Restrictions
Because this radio contains a transmitter, federal law prohibits unauthorized,
non-licensed personnel from adjusting or maintaining it. If any operational
difficulties should arise while using this product, report them to authorized service
personnel as soon as possible.
! WARNING
Do not attempt any unauthorized modification to the radio or
accessories.
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General Information (cont.)
Service
Proper repair and maintenance procedures will assure efficient operation
and long life for this product. A Motorola maintenance agreement will provide
expert service to keep this and all other communication equipment in perfect
operating condition. A nationwide service organization is provided by Motorola to
support maintenance services. Through its maintenance and installation program,
Motorola makes available the finest service to those desiring reliable, continuous
communications on a contract basis.
Motorola's Customer Service Division is the largest service organization
specializing in mobile communications. It includes over 900 authorized or
company-owned stations. In addition, our products are serviced throughout the
world by a wide network of company or authorized independent distributor service
organizations. For a contract service agreement, please contact your nearest
Motorola service representative, authorized Motorola dealer, or Motorola sales
representative. If you suspect a radio problem, check the following items before
requesting service.
1.
2.
Radio Checks
•
Be sure the radio is turned on and the channel selector is in the
proper position.
•
Replace or recharge the battery. The first time a new battery is
used, it should charge a minimum of 16 hours.
•
Antenna must be screwed on properly; the base flush against the
radio top.
•
Be sure that the 3-position toggle switch is in the proper position.
•
Could your radio problem be caused by accessories improperly
connected?
Operating Instructions
Review your operation instructions to ensure proper radio use.
3.
Problem(s) Not Solved
After following steps 1 and 2, if your radio still exhibits a problem,
review your service agreement and call the applicable Motorola service
representative.
If you do not have a service agreement on your radio, contact your
nearest authorized Motorola service shop for guidance toward a prompt
and expedient evaluation and/or repair, or call 1-800-247-2346,
extension 8615.
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General Information (cont.)
Express Service Plus (ESP), U.S.A. only
Express Service Plus (ESP) is an optional extended service coverage plan. ESP
provides for the repair of this product, at the Motorola Factory Service Center
listed in step 3, below, for a period of three years (one year warranty plus two
years of extended service) from the date of shipment from the factory, or the date
of delivery if purchased from an authorized Motorola two-way radio dealer. If ESP
has been purchased, the serial number of this product has been registered for
coverage under Express Service Plus at the depot listed in step 3, below.
To obtain service under Extended Service Plus:
1.
Check to make sure the battery or battery charger of the unit is not
defective. (Batteries and chargers are excluded from this service plan).
2.
Include the following information:
Your name
Company name
Address
Telephone number
A brief description of the nature of the problem or failure (be specific)
3.
Pack and ship the unit (prepaid) to:
Motorola Factory Service Center
1318 N. Plum Grove Road
Schaumburg, IL 60173
Express Service Plus is subject to Motorola standard terms and conditions.
ESP does not include repairs which will be necessary due to damage caused
by accidents, physical abuse or misuse of the product(s), acts of God, and
fires. Batteries, battery chargers, and external accessories are excluded
from this plan. Service under ESP is available only at the service center listed
herein.
If you are unsure as to whether your radio is covered under Express
Service Plus, call the depot at (708) 576-5760.
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General Information (cont.)
Product Service Information
If any questions arise, please call Florida Product Services.
1-800-523-4007 or 1-305-475-5269
TELEX: 441464 MOTC UI
FAX: 1-305-475-5984
Parts Information
7:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. (CST) Monday - Friday (Chicago, U.S.A.)
Domestic (U.S.A.) 1-800-422-4210
1-800-826-1913 (Federal Government)
TELEX: 280127
FAX: 1-708-538-8198
FAX: 1-301-925-2690 (Federal Government)
Domestic (U.S.A.) after hours or weekends
1-800-325-4036 or 1-708-576-5111
International 1-708-576-9271
TELEX: 403305 MOTO PART SHBU UD
FAX: 1-708-576-3023
TWX: 910-693-0869
No International weekend service is available.
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General Information (cont.)
Computer Software Copyrights
The Motorola equipment 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 the exclusive right to copy or reproduce in
any form the copyrighted computer program. Accordingly, any copyrighted Motorola
computer programs contained in the Motorola equipment described in this manual may
not be copied or reproduced in any manner without the express permission of Motorola.
Furthermore, the purchase of Motorola equipment 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 nonexclusive, royalty
free license to use that arises by operation of law in the sales of a product.
Patent Disclosure
This product is covered by one or more of the following United States
patents:
4,512,035
4,551,856
4,653,117
4,816,774
4,829,594
4,837,853
4,864,252
4,885,550
4,914,321
4,918,403
4,959,617
4,975,650
4,994,768
5,006,730
5,021,754
5,079,526
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38
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS QUESTIONNAIRE
We believe that reports from users provide valuable information for
producing quality operating instructions. Your comments and answers to
the following questions will aid us in preparing manuals that contain
accurate and complete information of maximum benefit to you.
JT 1000™ Portable Radios
Quick Reference Card
Basic Operation
Install the antenna, battery, and
belt clip.
Turn the radio on (or off) using
the On/Off Volume control.
LCD and Status Annunciators
In reference to Manual No. 68P81078C45-A
JT 1000TM Portable Radios
Controls and
Features
text
illustrations
Operating
Procedures
text
illustrations
Not Covered
in This Manual
Incorrect
Incomplete
Complete
Adequate
Too Brief
Too Detailed
Confusing
Clear
Please check all the appropriate boxes:
Flashing = low battery.
Receive function, on = carrier
squelch; off = coded squelch.
Flashing = in program mode; not
flashing = keypad is disabled.
Flashes when a Quik-Call II page is
received.
On = scanning; off = not scanning.
Flashing dot = priority scan.
On = direct communication, radio to
radio; off = communication through
a repeater.
Selective-Channel Display
After the radio is turned on and following
a power-up sequence, a preprogrammed
selective-channel display is shown one of
two ways:
dispatch display
numeric display
Alert Tone Explanations
Battery Information
Options
or
Model Information
Accessories
General Care Information
Other (specify)
To monitor and adjust volume,
press side button 3 (SB3) and
adjust the On/Off Volume
control to a comfortable
listening level.
To receive, turn the radio on,
select the desired channel, and
monitor for activity. Selecting a
blank channel causes an error
tone.
2.
For illustrating procedures, do you prefer:
photographs
line drawings
no preference
3.
How would you rate the overall organization of this manual?
excellent
very good
good
fair
poor
SB2
SB3
PTT
To transmit, turn the radio on,
select the desired channel, and
monitor for activity. When clear,
press the PTT (LED lights red) and
speak into microphone area.
Release PTT to receive.
11
5
15
7
9
13
4a. If this manual has a "quick reference card," do you use it?
yes
no
Side Button
(SB)
SB1
3
Channel Scan™
4b. If yes, how useful is it to you?
extremely
very
5.
6.
somewhat
How do you rate this manual overall?
excellent
very good
good
not very
fair
poor
Comments/Recommendations for improving operating instructions.
Three types of channel scan are offered:
• Auto Scan (AS)
• Preprogrammed Scan (PS)
• Operator Selectable Scan (OSS)
To turn scan on, turn the radio on and:
• AS- rotate the channel selector to the
preprogrammed scan channel.
• PS- and OSS- place the proper switch
in the scan position.
In AS and PS radios, the priority
channel is preprogrammed and is not
user programmable. In OSS radios, the
priority channel is user programmable
and is the channel selected by the
position of the channel selector knob.
1
1.
PLACE
POSTAGE
HERE
To temporarily delete a nuisance
channel from the scan list, press SB1
when locked on to that channel. The
channel is put back into the scan list
upon turning scan off and re-entering
into scan.
For OSS radio programming information, refer to your operating instructions
manual.
Programming Features
The radio display and keypad provide fast
access to three programming features:
• Multi-selectable PL/DPL/CSQ,
• Squelch Level Adjust, and
• Power Level Selection
For programming information on these
three features, refer to your operating
instructions manual.
Touch-Code™ DTMF
A DTMF programmed radio can transmit
and receive phone calls through the
public telephone system.
• Calling with Auto Access: Press the
orange button, listen for the dial
tone, and dial using the keypad.
Press the orange button to hang up.
• Calling with Manual Dial: Press the
orange button to enter the phone
mode. Enter any required access
code using the keypad. Enter the
deaccess code to hang up.
*6881078C45*
Radio Products Group
Quik-Call ll is a per-radio feature enabled
on a per-channel basis and offered as
individual call, group call, and dual call.
To activate Quik-Call, turn the radio on
and place the ABC switch in the A
position (if so programmed) or rotate the
channel selector to the channel
programmed for Quik-Call ll.The display
will show QC. When a page is received,
the green LED flashes and an alert tone
is emitted.The radio resets to the
signalling muting state automatically (if
programmed for auto reset) or when the
monitor button is pressed.
Attn: Bindery
8000 W. SUNRISE BOULEVARD
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA 33322
Quik-Call ll™ Decode Signalling
Repeater Talkaround
Transmit DIRECT (portable-to-portable),
bypassing the repeater, or transmit in
the REPEAT mode, through a repeater
for increased range. This feature can be
programmed to the ABC switch (DIRECT
on one position and REPEAT on another
position), or to selected channels.
With this feature enabled, your radio:
• will not transmit on a busy channel,
or
• will not transmit on a busy channel
with PL/DPL squelch code other than
your own.
Pressing the PTT on a busy channel
causes a continuous alert tone until the
PTT is released, (no transmission
occurs).
From:
Smart PTT
68P81078C45-A
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS QUESTIONNAIRE
We believe that reports from users provide valuable information for
producing quality operating instructions. Your comments and answers to
the following questions will aid us in preparing manuals that contain
accurate and complete information of maximum benefit to you.
JT 1000™ Portable Radios
Quick Reference Card
Basic Operation
Install the antenna, battery, and
belt clip.
Turn the radio on (or off) using
the On/Off Volume control.
LCD and Status Annunciators
In reference to Manual No. 68P81078C45-A
JT 1000TM Portable Radios
Controls and
Features
text
illustrations
Operating
Procedures
text
illustrations
Not Covered
in This Manual
Incorrect
Incomplete
Complete
Adequate
Too Brief
Too Detailed
Confusing
Clear
Please check all the appropriate boxes:
Flashing = low battery.
Receive function, on = carrier
squelch; off = coded squelch.
Flashing = in program mode; not
flashing = keypad is disabled.
Flashes when a Quik-Call II page is
received.
On = scanning; off = not scanning.
Flashing dot = priority scan.
On = direct communication, radio to
radio; off = communication through
a repeater.
Selective-Channel Display
After the radio is turned on and following
a power-up sequence, a preprogrammed
selective-channel display is shown one of
two ways:
dispatch display
numeric display
Alert Tone Explanations
Battery Information
Options
or
Model Information
Accessories
General Care Information
Other (specify)
To monitor and adjust volume,
press side button 3 (SB3) and
adjust the On/Off Volume
control to a comfortable
listening level.
To receive, turn the radio on,
select the desired channel, and
monitor for activity. Selecting a
blank channel causes an error
tone.
2.
For illustrating procedures, do you prefer:
photographs
line drawings
no preference
3.
How would you rate the overall organization of this manual?
excellent
very good
good
fair
poor
SB2
SB3
PTT
To transmit, turn the radio on,
select the desired channel, and
monitor for activity. When clear,
press the PTT (LED lights red) and
speak into microphone area.
Release PTT to receive.
11
5
15
7
9
13
4a. If this manual has a "quick reference card," do you use it?
yes
no
Side Button
(SB)
SB1
3
Channel Scan™
4b. If yes, how useful is it to you?
extremely
very
5.
6.
somewhat
How do you rate this manual overall?
excellent
very good
good
not very
fair
poor
Comments/Recommendations for improving operating instructions.
Three types of channel scan are offered:
• Auto Scan (AS)
• Preprogrammed Scan (PS)
• Operator Selectable Scan (OSS)
To turn scan on, turn the radio on and:
• AS- rotate the channel selector to the
preprogrammed scan channel.
• PS- and OSS- place the proper switch
in the scan position.
In AS and PS radios, the priority
channel is preprogrammed and is not
user programmable. In OSS radios, the
priority channel is user programmable
and is the channel selected by the
position of the channel selector knob.
1
1.
PLACE
POSTAGE
HERE
To temporarily delete a nuisance
channel from the scan list, press SB1
when locked on to that channel. The
channel is put back into the scan list
upon turning scan off and re-entering
into scan.
For OSS radio programming information, refer to your operating instructions
manual.
Programming Features
The radio display and keypad provide fast
access to three programming features:
• Multi-selectable PL/DPL/CSQ,
• Squelch Level Adjust, and
• Power Level Selection
For programming information on these
three features, refer to your operating
instructions manual.
Touch-Code™ DTMF
A DTMF programmed radio can transmit
and receive phone calls through the
public telephone system.
• Calling with Auto Access: Press the
orange button, listen for the dial
tone, and dial using the keypad.
Press the orange button to hang up.
• Calling with Manual Dial: Press the
orange button to enter the phone
mode. Enter any required access
code using the keypad. Enter the
deaccess code to hang up.
*6881078C45*
Radio Products Group
Quik-Call ll is a per-radio feature enabled
on a per-channel basis and offered as
individual call, group call, and dual call.
To activate Quik-Call, turn the radio on
and place the ABC switch in the A
position (if so programmed) or rotate the
channel selector to the channel
programmed for Quik-Call ll.The display
will show QC. When a page is received,
the green LED flashes and an alert tone
is emitted.The radio resets to the
signalling muting state automatically (if
programmed for auto reset) or when the
monitor button is pressed.
Attn: Bindery
8000 W. SUNRISE BOULEVARD
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA 33322
Quik-Call ll™ Decode Signalling
Repeater Talkaround
Transmit DIRECT (portable-to-portable),
bypassing the repeater, or transmit in
the REPEAT mode, through a repeater
for increased range. This feature can be
programmed to the ABC switch (DIRECT
on one position and REPEAT on another
position), or to selected channels.
With this feature enabled, your radio:
• will not transmit on a busy channel,
or
• will not transmit on a busy channel
with PL/DPL squelch code other than
your own.
Pressing the PTT on a busy channel
causes a continuous alert tone until the
PTT is released, (no transmission
occurs).
From:
Smart PTT
68P81078C45-A