Motorola Pro FLX User guide

Motorola Pro FLX User guide
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ADVISOR® Pro FLX
A
User’s Guide
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Contents
Page
ADVISOR® Pro FLX Pager .........................................1
Getting The Most From Your ADVISOR Pro FLX
Pager ...................................................................1
Display Symbols .........................................................2
Controls ......................................................................2
ADVISOR Pro FLX Pager Symbols.............................3
Turning The ADVISOR Pro FLX Pager On..................4
Turning Your Pager Off ................................................4
Receiving and Reading Your Messages......................5
Using the Function Menu ............................................5
Backlighting.................................................................6
Locking and Unlocking Messages ..............................6
Setting the Time and Date ..........................................6
Setting the Alarm ........................................................7
Setting the Alert Mode ................................................8
Setting the Alert Pattern..............................................9
Deleting Messages from Memory ...............................9
Setting Auto On/Off...................................................10
Other Features..........................................................11
Battery Information ...................................................12
Cleaning Your ADVISOR Pro FLX Pager ..................13
Repair and Maintenance...........................................13
Patent Information.....................................................13
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ADVISOR Pro FLX Pager
Congratulations on purchasing an ADVISOR Pro FLX
pager. Your ADVISOR Pro FLX pager utilizes the latest
in paging − the FLEX TECHNOLOGY. This technological
advancement extends battery life up to three times longer than ordinary pagers, saving you time and money. As
a Motorola FLEX pager user, you can feel more confident in receiving your pages because FLEX technology
improves the ability to receive pages. FLEX technology
has been developed by Motorola, the leader in paging
innovation and quality.
Along with FLEX technology, this compact pager uses
many advances in electronic and wireless technology
which allow you to receive text and numeric messages
instantly and affordably.
These operating instructions explain how to use your
ADVISOR Pro FLX pager and provide helpful
suggestions for first-time as well as experienced
users. Keep this guide handy for quick reference.
Getting The Most From Your ADVISOR Pro FLX
Pager
• Spend a few minutes learning all of the functions
and messaging capabilities of your ADVISOR Pro
FLX pager.
• Give your pager number to secretaries, business
associates, friends and family.
• Include your pager number on business cards and
on your answering machine message.
• Leave your pager number at your children’s school
and with the baby-sitter so you can always be
reached in an emergency.
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Display Symbols
Auto
On/Off
Set
Alert
Set
Time
Delete
Message
Delete All
Messages
ESCAPE
å È Ñ Ö É ó ò í ï ñ
Set
Alarm
Set
Lock/
Audible/ Turn Escape
Silent Pager To Status Unlock
Message
Off
Screen
Alert
Controls
Directional Control
Buttons
2
Function/
Select
Button
On/Read
Button
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ADVISOR Pro FLX Pager Symbols
Pager Status Symbols:
ë
Í
Ï
Î
Power On
Audible Alert Mode Enabled
Auto On/Off Mode Enabled
Combined Power On and Auto On/Off Mode
Enabled
Message Status Symbols:
í
î
Ÿ
Ó
ü
é
Locked Message
Cursor On Locked Message
Maildrop Indicator
Cursor On Message Indicator
Message In Memory Indicator
Memory Full Indicator
Function Menu Symbols:
É
Ç
ó
í
ì
ï
ñ
ò
È
Ñ
Ö
Set Audible Alert
Set Silent Alert
Turn Pager Off
Lock Message
Unlock Message
Delete Message
Delete All Messages
Escape To Status Screen
Set Alert Mode
Set Time And Date
Set Alarm
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Other Symbols:
å
Enter Auto On/Off Menu and Auto On/Off
Enabled
õ Auto On/Off Disabled
ô 24 Hour Time
AM AM Time
PM PM Time
à Disable Alarm
À Enable Alarm
Ì Low Battery Indicator
ö Out-Of-Range
Ü Message Continuation
à Press Right Arrow Button Prompt
<..> Alphanumeric Missing Fragment Indicator
____ Long Numeric Missing Fragment Indicator
Turning The ADVISOR Pro FLX Pager On
Press Ë.
Your pager alerts and shows ëon the left of the display. The time and date are shown at the bottom of the
display.
Turning Your Pager Off
➊ Press Á to display the function menu.
➋ The ò symbol flashes when this menu item is first
displayed.
➌ Press ä to move the cursor to ó symbol.
➍ Press Á twice to turn the pager off.
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Receiving And Reading Messages
When a message is received, your pager alerts and
displays a flashing Message ü symbol.
➊ Press any button to stop the alert.
➋ Press Ë to display your message.
Your pager automatically stores the message and the
time and date it is received.
The flashing arrow Ü at the bottom right corner of the
screen indicates the message you are reading
continues beyond the first two lines of the display.
Press Ë to advance to the next screen of the message.
Press and hold Ë to rapidly scroll through your
message, screen by screen.
If more than one message exists, press ä or ã to
select the message you want to read. The Ó symbol
indicates the location of the message to be read.
Press Ë to display your message.
While reading your messages, you can press ä or
ã to view the previous or next message.
A flashing ësymbol indicates you have a message
that has not been read. If programmed with reminder
alerts, your pager alerts at predetermined intervals to
remind you of any unread messages.
Using The Function Menu
Press Á to display the function menu.
The function menu gives you access to the many
features of your pager through a series of symbols and
prompts. For example, when the function menu screen is
first displayed, the ò symbol flashes, indicating the
present position of the cursor.
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You can now press ä or ã to move the cursor within
the function menu. To activate your function selection,
press Á.
NOTE: To exit from any menu without making
changes, press Ë.
Backlighting
You can activate or deactivate the pager’s backlight at
any time by pressing and holding Á for 1.5 seconds.
If no other buttons are pressed, the backlight
automatically turns off when the display returns to the
standby mode.
Locking And Unlocking Messages
Up to 10 messages can be locked in memory, preventing
them from being deleted or replaced when memory is
full.
➊ Press Ë.
➋ Press ä or ã to select the message you want to
lock.
➌ Press Á to display the function menu.
➍ Press ã to move the cursor to the Lock (í) or
Unlock (ì) symbol.
➎ Press Á to lock or unlock the message.
➏ The í or ì is displayed, indicating the status of the
message.
Setting The Time And Date
➊ Press Á to display the function menu.
➋ Press ä to move the cursor to the Ñ.
➌ Press Á to display the set-time-and-date screen (the
hour digit flashes).
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➍ Press ä to increment the hour digit. This button is
identified by the + symbol.
➎ Press ã to move the cursor to the minute digits.
➏ Press ä to increment the minute digits.
➐ Repeat the process for each set of digits: AM/PM/
24 hr., month/day/year.
➑ Press Á to activate the time and date changes.
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+
à
Example of Set Time and Date Screen
If you move your cursor past the last symbol in the row
(far right), it automatically wraps around and is
displayed at the first symbol in the beginning of that
same row (far left).
NOTE: To exit from any menu without making
changes, press Ë .
Setting The Alarm
➊ Press Á to display the function menu.
➋ Press ä to move the cursor to Ö.
➌ Press Á to display the set-alarm screen.
When the screen is first displayed, the cursor is at the
left most position. This symbol defines the alarm
status: either alarm enabled (À) or alarm disabled
(Ã).
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➍ Press ä to toggle between À orÃ.
À
+
12:23PM
à
Example of Set Alarm Screen
➎ Press ã to move the cursor to the hour digit.
➏ Press ä to increment the hour digit.
➐ Repeat the process for each entry (minute, and AM/
PM).
➑ Press Á to activate your selection.
The Alarm Ö symbol is shown on the display if an
alarm is set. At the selected time, your pager either
vibrates or emits a 8-second alert, depending on the
pager’s alert mode.
NOTE: To exit from any menu without making
changes, press Ë.
Setting The Alert Mode
The alert can be set as either audible or silent.
➊ Press Á to display the function menu.
➋ Press ä to move the cursor to the audible mode
Speaker ( É ) or silent mode Speaker Slash (Œ )
symbol.
The Speaker É symbol is displayed if the pager is in the
silent alert mode (prompting you to enter the audible
mode, if desired). The Œsymbol is displayed if the pager
is in the audible alert mode (prompting you to enter the
silent mode, if desired).
➌ Press Á to select the desired alert mode.
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If the selected mode is audible (É), your pager emits a
short chirp. If the selected mode is silent (Œ), and your
pager is equipped with a vibrator, your pager vibrates.
Setting The Alert Pattern
Your pager has a standard alert (1), seven different
pleasing alerts (2 through 8) allowing you to select and
change the alert.
➊ Press Á to display the function menu.
➋ Press ä to move the cursor to È, then press Á.
➌ Press ä or ã to move the cursor to the desired
alert. The pager gives a sample of each alert when
scrolling through the selections.
➍ Press the Á to select the alert.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
à
à
Example of the Alert Pattern Screen
Deleting Messages From Memory
You can delete an unlocked message from memory
while you are viewing the message or through the
function menu.
To delete messages using the function menu:
➊ Press ä or ã to select the message you want to
delete from memory.
➋ Press Á to display the function menu.
➌ Press ã to move the cursor to ï .
➍ Press Á to receive confirmation of the delete
request.
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➎ Press Á to delete the message.
If your pager is equipped with the Delete All feature
and you want to delete all unlocked messages from
memory:
➊ Press Á to display the function menu.
➋ Press ã to move the cursor to ñ .
➌ Press Á twice.
All unlocked messages are now deleted.
Setting Auto On/Off
If your pager is equipped with the Auto On/Off feature
and you want to activate it, proceed as follows:
➊ Press Á to display the function menu.
➋ Press ä to move the cursor to å symbol.
➌ Press Á to display the Auto On/Off screen.
When the screen is first displayed, the cursor is at the
farthest left position. The enabled (å) or disabled (õ)
indicates the current status.
õ12:00AM 12:23PM
+
à
Example of Auto On/Off Screen
➍ Press ä to toggle between å or õ.
➎ Press ã to move the cursor to the hour digit. The
auto on time is displayed on the left and the auto off
time is displayed on the right.
➏ Press ä to adjust the time to the desired hour.
➐ Repeat the process for each set of digits for both
the on time and the off time (hour, minute AM/PM if
your pager is set to display time in the 12 hour
mode).
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➑ Press Á to activate auto on/off.
The indicator Î is displayed in the upper left-hand
corner of the display if the auto on/off function is
enabled. If the on time is equal to the off time, the
pager does not enable the auto on/off function.
Other Features
Low Battery Indicator: A low battery Ì symbol is
displayed at the onset of a low battery condition.
Duplicate Message: If the same message is received
more than once, DUPLICATE is displayed at the
b e g i n n i n g o f yo u r n e w m e s s a g e . T h e n e w
message contains the latest time stamp.
Out of Range: With this option installed, OUT OF RANGE
and an Out-Of-Range ö indicator is displayed whenever you are out of range of the paging transmitter to
reliably receive messages.
Alphanumeric or Numeric Missing Fragment Indicators: If a portion of the message has not been
received either <..> or _____ Missing Fragment
Indicator is displayed.
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Battery Information
NOTE: The battery door is hinged and does not need to
be removed.
Your ADVISOR Pro FLX pager is designed to operate
with a single AAA-size alkaline battery (carbon zinc
batteries are not recommended). See the diagram for the
battery door location.
To install or replace the battery, place the pager face
down and proceed as follows:
➊ Unlock the battery door by sliding the door latch
away from the battery door.
➋ Slide the battery door in the direction of the arrow
(toward the outer edge).
➌ Lift the end of the battery door up from the housing.
Slide the battery out of the battery compartment
taking note of the positive (+) and negative (-)
markings on the battery and the pager housing.
➊
➌
Ì
➋
ADVISOR Pro FLX Pager
Battery Replacement (rear view)
To install a new battery, reverse this procedure taking
note of the positive (+) and negative (-) markings.
CAUTION: Do not insert the battery backwards or the
messages stored or locked in memory will be erased.
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NOTE: If the battery is inserted into the pager for the
first time or if the pager has been without a battery for
a few days, the backup battery inside the pager will
take approximately 12 hours to become fully charged.
During this time, all pager settings and messages
stored and/or locked in memory will be erased if the
battery is removed.
For questions pertaining to your paging service,
contact your respective paging service provider.
Cleaning Your ADVISOR Pro FLX Pager
To clean smudges and grime from the exterior of the
housing, use a soft, nonabrasive cloth moistened in a
mild soap and water solution. Rinse the surface using a
second cloth moistened in clean water. Do not immerse
the pager in water. Do not use any other cleaning
solutions.
Repair And Maintenance
Your ADVISOR Pro FLX pager, properly handled, is
capable of many years of trouble-free service.
However, if your pager ever requires ser vice,
Motorola’s Ser vice Organization, staffed with
specially trained technicians, offers conveniently
located repair and maintenance facilities throughout
the world. Please contact your paging ser vice
representative or a Motorola sales office for more
information.
Patent Information
This Motorola product is manufactured under one or
more Motorola U.S. patents. A listing of these patents is
provided inside the battery door. Other U.S. patents
covering this product are pending.
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t, Motorola, FLEX, ADVISOR, and
are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Motorola, Inc.
© 1996 by Motorola, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Paging Products Group
1500 Gateway Blvd., Boynton Beach, FL 33426-8292
Printed in U.S.A. 3/96
@[email protected]
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