OpenSky ® XG-75P/XG-75Pe Quick Guide

Quick Guide
14221-1100-1000
Rev. E, March 2016
Radio Controls
Radio Keypad Functions
Top View
Locking/Unlocking Keypad
1. Press the
button.
2. Within 1 second, press
on the side of the radio.
Activates a selected item within a list, similar to an
“Enter” key.
While in “Dwell Display,” press repeatedly to scroll
through and view status display (on 2nd line) for current
profile, caller, received voice group, and channel.
Alert Tones (Continued)
Side View
Scrolls through available menu items.
0–9
1#
2#
3#
4#
OpenSky® XG-75P/XG-75Pe
Portable Radios
5#
6#
7#
8#
(System Model Only) Used to enter alpha-numeric
passwords, place telephone interconnect and individual
(unit-to-unit) calls, speed dial, quick access V-TAC
functions, voice scanning, and Stealth mode operation.
(System Model Only) Initiates log in, log out, selective
call, telephone interconnect call, etc. Also acts as an
escape button or a backspace that clears everything,
not just the last digit/character.
(System Model Only) Used in conjunction with alphanumeric keys for passwords and OpenSky functions.
(Scan Model Only) Currently undefined.
(Scan Model Only) Toggles SCAN function On and Off.
(Scan Model Only) Currently undefined.
Quick Buttons
Transition from OTP to ECP mode.
Toggle Stealth mode On/Off.
Toggle Scan mode On/Off.
Toggle Lights/Side Tones On/Off.
Set the current active profile to the default profile in the
personality as defined in the UAS.
XCOV and XCOV-TG Attach/Detach.
Transmit the RTT Automatic Normal Message to the
console.
Transmit the RTT Automatic Priority Message to the
console.
Power-On/OffApplies power to the radio and adjusts the volume.
Volume Knob
System/Group/
A 16 position rotary knob for selecting talk groups.
Channel Knob
Emergency
Button
Pre-programmed to declare an emergency.
PTT Button
The PTT button is pressed to transmit.
Option Buttons
Navigates through available items within a submenu.
A/B Switch
Or
A/B/C Switch
Can be configured for variety of functions. Refer to
the operator manual for more information. Note:
A/B/C switch only available on XG-75Pe models.
Alert Tones
1 low tone/2 high tones - call is queued for
Call Queued
processing.
1 short beep is sounded when resources become
available for a call request placed in the queue (if
enabled) upon channel access.
Grant
If the radio roams to a second site while
(or Go-Ahead) transmitting, it will auto rekey and begin
transmitting on the second tower. The radio
sounds a second grant tone to let the user know
they have roamed.
3 short tones - radio is out of coverage area or
Call Denied
the requested talk group is active.
1 long low-pitched tone - access to the channel
has been lost (out of coverage area or
Call Removed
preempted by higher-priority call).
1 low-pitched tone/1 short mid-pitched tone.
Low Battery
Low battery.
Selective Alert
4 short tones - selective alert has been
Received
received.
Emergency Alert 3 short beeps - an emergency alert declared.
Emergency
Single long low-pitched tone - emergency
Cleared
cleared.
A ringing tone similar to a telephone - repeated
every 4 seconds until the call is accepted or
Selective Call
rejected by the radio being called or until the
Ring
network drops the call if unanswered after 1
minute.
2 short tones, 1 high-pitched and 1 low-pitched.
Sounds when the radio transitions from one
Roam
base station to another while transmitting voice.
Configurable. Typical: 3 brief tones “chirps”
that repeat every 15 seconds when the radio
Out-of-Range
does not have consistent sync.
Single medium mid-pitched tone - current
Priority Bump
received call preempted by a higher priority call.
XCOV Connect Three short high-pitched tones - radio
connected to a V-TAC, or the selected site is
or
found using the Site Lock Menu.
Site Found
XCOV
Disconnect
or
Site Not Found
Three short high-pitched tones - radio
disconnected from a V-TAC, or the selected site
is not found using the Site Lock Menu.
Man Down
Single long low-pitch tone followed by a single
short high-pitched tone - the man down
accessory is connected to the radio’s UDC port
and the radio is horizontal.
Battery Packs
Attach Battery Pack
1. Align the tabs at each side on the
bottom of the battery pack with the slots
at the bottom of the battery cavity.
2. Push the top of the battery pack down
until the latches click to attach the
battery to the radio.
3. Tug gently to verify that the latches are
secure and the battery pack is properly
attached to the radio.
Remove Battery Pack
1. Pull both latches on either side of the
battery pack toward the bottom of the
radio simultaneously.
2. Pull the battery away from the radio.
3. Remove the battery pack from the radio.
Scan Mode
No Scan
Normal
Fixed
Copyright © 2012-2014, 2016 Harris Corporation.
Quick Guide
14221-1100-1000
Rev. E, March 2016
Radio Controls
Radio Keypad Functions
Top View
Locking/Unlocking Keypad
1. Press the
button.
2. Within 1 second, press
on the side of the radio.
Activates a selected item within a list, similar to an
“Enter” key.
While in “Dwell Display,” press repeatedly to scroll
through and view status display (on 2nd line) for current
profile, caller, received voice group, and channel.
Alert Tones (Continued)
Side View
Scrolls through available menu items.
0–9
1#
2#
3#
4#
OpenSky® XG-75P/XG-75Pe
Portable Radios
5#
6#
7#
8#
(System Model Only) Used to enter alpha-numeric
passwords, place telephone interconnect and individual
(unit-to-unit) calls, speed dial, quick access V-TAC
functions, voice scanning, and Stealth mode operation.
(System Model Only) Initiates log in, log out, selective
call, telephone interconnect call, etc. Also acts as an
escape button or a backspace that clears everything,
not just the last digit/character.
(System Model Only) Used in conjunction with alphanumeric keys for passwords and OpenSky functions.
(Scan Model Only) Currently undefined.
(Scan Model Only) Toggles SCAN function On and Off.
(Scan Model Only) Currently undefined.
Quick Buttons
Transition from OTP to ECP mode.
Toggle Stealth mode On/Off.
Toggle Scan mode On/Off.
Toggle Lights/Side Tones On/Off.
Set the current active profile to the default profile in the
personality as defined in the UAS.
XCOV and XCOV-TG Attach/Detach.
Transmit the RTT Automatic Normal Message to the
console.
Transmit the RTT Automatic Priority Message to the
console.
Copyright © 2012-2014, 2016 Harris Corporation.
Scan Modes
Explanation
Full communications (listen and talk) with the
selected talk group. No calls received from other
talk groups.
The user can scan all talk groups in the active
profile that are not locked out as long as there is
demand on the site.
Priority (P1, P2, and P3) groups are user
selectable.
Receive calls from more than one talk group, if
available from the current site.
Allows dragging of the selected talk group, P1, P2,
P3 and emergency talk group (in emergency state)
to the site on which the radio is registered.
The default emergency talk group, as well as any
emergency-enabled talk groups, is only dragged if
it is in emergency mode.
Functions same as Normal Scan Mode, except
priority groups are fixed to the selected profile’s
P1 and P2 groups (configured via the UAS).
Power-On/OffApplies power to the radio and adjusts the volume.
Volume Knob
System/Group/
A 16 position rotary knob for selecting talk groups.
Channel Knob
Emergency
Button
Pre-programmed to declare an emergency.
PTT Button
The PTT button is pressed to transmit.
Option Buttons
Navigates through available items within a submenu.
A/B Switch
Or
A/B/C Switch
Can be configured for variety of functions. Refer to
the operator manual for more information. Note:
A/B/C switch only available on XG-75Pe models.
Alert Tones
1 low tone/2 high tones - call is queued for
Call Queued
processing.
1 short beep is sounded when resources become
available for a call request placed in the queue (if
enabled) upon channel access.
Grant
If the radio roams to a second site while
(or Go-Ahead) transmitting, it will auto rekey and begin
transmitting on the second tower. The radio
sounds a second grant tone to let the user know
they have roamed.
3 short tones - radio is out of coverage area or
Call Denied
the requested talk group is active.
1 long low-pitched tone - access to the channel
has been lost (out of coverage area or
Call Removed
preempted by higher-priority call).
1 low-pitched tone/1 short mid-pitched tone.
Low Battery
Low battery.
Selective Alert
4 short tones - selective alert has been
Received
received.
Emergency Alert 3 short beeps - an emergency alert declared.
Emergency
Single long low-pitched tone - emergency
Cleared
cleared.
A ringing tone similar to a telephone - repeated
every 4 seconds until the call is accepted or
Selective Call
rejected by the radio being called or until the
Ring
network drops the call if unanswered after 1
minute.
2 short tones, 1 high-pitched and 1 low-pitched.
Sounds when the radio transitions from one
Roam
base station to another while transmitting voice.
Configurable. Typical: 3 brief tones “chirps”
that repeat every 15 seconds when the radio
Out-of-Range
does not have consistent sync.
Single medium mid-pitched tone - current
Priority Bump
received call preempted by a higher priority call.
XCOV Connect Three short high-pitched tones - radio
or
connected to a V-TAC, or the selected site is
found using the Site Lock Menu.
Site Found
XCOV
Disconnect
or
Site Not Found
Three short high-pitched tones - radio
disconnected from a V-TAC, or the selected site
is not found using the Site Lock Menu.
Man Down
Single long low-pitch tone followed by a single
short high-pitched tone - the man down
accessory is connected to the radio’s UDC port
and the radio is horizontal.
Battery Packs
Attach Battery Pack
1. Align the tabs at each side on the
bottom of the battery pack with the slots
at the bottom of the battery cavity.
2. Push the top of the battery pack down
until the latches click to attach the
battery to the radio.
3. Tug gently to verify that the latches are
secure and the battery pack is properly
attached to the radio.
Remove Battery Pack
1. Pull both latches on either side of the
battery pack toward the bottom of the
radio simultaneously.
2. Pull the battery away from the radio.
3. Remove the battery pack from the radio.
Scan Mode
No Scan
Normal
Fixed
Scan Modes
Explanation
Full communications (listen and talk) with the
selected talk group. No calls received from other
talk groups.
The user can scan all talk groups in the active
profile that are not locked out as long as there is
demand on the site.
Priority (P1, P2, and P3) groups are user
selectable.
Receive calls from more than one talk group, if
available from the current site.
Allows dragging of the selected talk group, P1, P2,
P3 and emergency talk group (in emergency state)
to the site on which the radio is registered.
The default emergency talk group, as well as any
emergency-enabled talk groups, is only dragged if
it is in emergency mode.
Functions same as Normal Scan Mode, except
priority groups are fixed to the selected profile’s
P1 and P2 groups (configured via the UAS).
Tri-Color LED
*33
*61
*62
Green
Receiving
*63
Red
Transmitting
Flashing rapidly, the radio is receiving an emergency call.
Flashing every ½ second, the selected talk group is in the
emergency state (not transmitting). If the selected talk group
is in the emergency state, an asterisk is next to the talk
group name.
*60
Orange
Keypad Functions (Continued)
End Manual Encryption command: *33# Radio displays
“Unsecure” to indicate manual encryption has ended.
Initiate XCOV Mode command: *61# Extended coverage
for individual users.
Initiate XCOV-TG Mode command: *62# Extended
coverage for talk groups.
Initiate XCOV-PROF Mode command: *63#.
Exit XCOV Mode command: *60# Returns to the
Network mode.
Display & Status Icons
Keypad Functions
*0
Log-off command: *0## (logs the user off the system).
*1
Log-in command: *1<User ID> # <Password> # (required for
encryption).
*2
*4
*5
*7
*8
*9
*32
Steady - Radio is data registered.
Status Message: *2 <0...9> #.
Enter Scene of Incident (SOI) Mode: *4#<Chan>#<Band>#
where Chan is the channel number being used as a SOI
repeater and band is the number assigned to each frequency
band.
Press *40# to exit SOI mode.
Steady - Stealth mode is enabled (all tones and display
backlight disabled, voice is still heard).
Steady - Radio is transmitting or receiving a manual or
OTAR (Network) encrypted call.
Animated - Indicates the radio is scanning for a V-TAC
during XCOV or XCOV-TG mode.
Steady - Indicates the client is connected to a V-TAC.
Steady - Indicates Selective Call mode.
VIRGINIA
BRAZIL
UNITED
KINGDOM
UAE
SINGAPORE
Steady - Battery charge indicator.
Flashing - Low battery indicator.
Tri-Color LED
*33
*61
*62
Green
Red
Orange
Receiving
*63
Transmitting
Flashing rapidly, the radio is receiving an emergency call.
Flashing every ½ second, the selected talk group is in the
emergency state (not transmitting). If the selected talk group
is in the emergency state, an asterisk is next to the talk
group name.
*60
Keypad Functions (Continued)
End Manual Encryption command: *33# Radio displays
“Unsecure” to indicate manual encryption has ended.
Initiate XCOV Mode command: *61# Extended coverage
for individual users.
Initiate XCOV-TG Mode command: *62# Extended
coverage for talk groups.
Initiate XCOV-PROF Mode command: *63#.
Exit XCOV Mode command: *60# Returns to the
Network mode.
Display & Status Icons
Keypad Functions
*0
Log-off command: *0## (logs the user off the system).
*1
Log-in command: *1<User ID> # <Password> # (required for
encryption).
*2
*4
*5
*7
Status Message: *2 <0...9> #.
Enter Scene of Incident (SOI) Mode: *4#<Chan>#<Band>#
where Chan is the channel number being used as a SOI
repeater and band is the number assigned to each frequency
band.
Press *40# to exit SOI mode.
RTT Message: *5 <0...9> #.
Initiate Selective Alert command: *7<Target ID>#[Choose
Message]#
*8
Radio-to-Radio Call command: *8<Selective call
number>#(PTT to dial)
*9
Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) Call
command: *9 <telephone number>#
*32
Begin Manual Encryption command: *32<Pre-determined
Encryption Key of up to 16 digits>#
FLORIDA
NEW
YORK
VIRGINIA
BRAZIL
UNITED
KINGDOM
UAE
3.
Press the
or
Mode” is displayed.
Press
and
Press
or
or
Steady - Radio is data registered.
Steady - Radio is transmitting or receiving a manual or
OTAR (Network) encrypted call.
Animated - Indicates the radio is scanning for a V-TAC
during XCOV or XCOV-TG mode.
to choose an available mode. Press
to confirm (Y/N).
button to confirm.
Quick button combination 1# will transition the radio from OTP
mode to ECP mode. If ECP software is not loaded in the radio, “No
App” appears in the radio display.
Method 3:
The A/B or A/B/C switch can be configured to change mode.
Changing the Active Profile
1.
Press the
displayed.
2.
3.
Use
Press
or
or
button until “ProfileMenu” is
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select the desired talk group.
Depress and hold the PTT button; wait a couple of seconds. If
programmed by the administrator, a grant tone will be
sounded.
Begin speaking into the microphone in a normal voice.
For maximum clarity, hold the radio approximately two (2)
inches from your mouth. Take care not to cover the
microphone while speaking.
Release the PTT button when finished speaking.
Receiving a Voice Call
No action is required on the part of the user. A radio receiving a
System All Call displays “All Call” instead of the alias. A radio not
transmitting on a talk group in emergency status will drop all other
calls to scan into an All Call.
Changing Operating Mode
Method 1:
1.
Press the
or
Mode” is displayed.
2.
Press
and
Press
3.
or
or
to cycle through the menu until “App
to choose an available mode. Press
to confirm (Y/N).
button to confirm.
Method 2:
Quick button combination 1# will transition the radio from OTP
mode to ECP mode. If ECP software is not loaded in the radio, “No
App” appears in the radio display.
Method 3:
The A/B or A/B/C switch can be configured to change mode.
Changing the Active Profile
2.
3.
Press the
displayed.
Use
Press
or
or
button until “ProfileMenu” is
Turn the Group Selection knob on top of the radio to select the
desired talk group or use the Talk Group selection menu.
Transmitting a Voice Call
1.
2.
3.
Steady - Displayed when Scan Mode is Normal or Fixed.
Select the desired talk group.
Depress and hold the PTT button; wait a couple of seconds. If
programmed by the administrator, a grant tone will be
sounded.
Begin speaking into the microphone in a normal voice.
For maximum clarity, hold the radio approximately two (2)
inches from your mouth. Take care not to cover the
microphone while speaking.
Release the PTT button when finished speaking.
Receiving a Voice Call
Steady - Indicates Selective Call mode.
4.
Steady - Battery charge indicator.
No action is required on the part of the user. A radio receiving a
System All Call displays “All Call” instead of the alias. A radio not
transmitting on a talk group in emergency status will drop all other
calls to scan into an All Call.
Flashing - Low battery indicator.
Selective Call Dialing Manually
1. Enter *8, the User ID number of the user being called, and
the # key (no dashes or spaces). (This feature must be
enabled by the administrator.)
Terminate a Selective Call by pressing
or
. “HANGUP”
will appear in the display followed by the active voice group.
Declaring an Emergency
1. Press the red emergency button on the radio to enter
*8<destination user id>#
A shortened User ID number can be dialed using the
following guidelines:
• If the radio being called is in the same region and
agency, enter only the last four digits.
• If the radio being called is in the same region, but a
different agency, enter the last seven digits.
• If the radio being called is in another region or if the area
is unknown, enter all ten digits.
Selective Call Using Speed Dial
2.
3.
emergency mode. Emergency is raised after the Emergency
Raise Delay (default is 1 second).
The microphone is hot (open mic) for a programmed amount of
time in order to send your voice out on the emergency voice
group.
All of the radios in the emergency voice group hear your call
and see the emergency voice group displayed on their radios.
Clearing an Emergency
If enabled via programming, clear an emergency by pressing and
holding the
button then pressing and holding the red
emergency button on the top of the radio simultaneously. When
finished, release both buttons.
Stealth Mode
1. Scroll through the Menu options using the
or
button until “Speed Dial” appears in the second line of the
display.
System Model Only:
2. Using the
or
keys, scroll through the preprogrammed speed-dial numbers until the desired number
appears in the display and press the PTT button.
Stealth Menu Method:
1. Press the
or
button to scroll through menus until
“StealthMenu” appears in the display.
Receiving a Selective Call
Press the
,
, or
button to accept the incoming
Selective Call. Press the
button, the
key, or turn the
Voice Group Selector Control knob to reject the incoming call.
Press 2 and # to toggle Stealth Mode ON and OFF.
2. Press the
or
button once to activate Stealth Mode, exit
the Stealth Menu, and return to the Dwell Display. The display
lights, indicator lights, and side tones are disabled.
3. Press any key other than PTT or Emergency to disable Stealth
Mode.
NOTICE!
For more detailed operating instructions and a list of options and
accessories, refer to the operator’s manual 14221-1100-2010
(available online at www.pspc.harris.com).
The material contained herein is subject to U.S. export approval. No
export or re-export is permitted without written approval from the U.S.
Government. Rated: EAR99; in accordance with U.S. Dept. of
Commerce regulations 15CFR774, Export Administration Regulations.
Terminating a Selective Call
Transmitting a Selective Call
Selective Call Dialing Manually
1. Enter *8, the User ID number of the user being called, and
the # key (no dashes or spaces). (This feature must be
enabled by the administrator.)
Terminate a Selective Call by pressing
or
. “HANGUP”
will appear in the display followed by the active voice group.
Declaring an Emergency
1. Press the red emergency button on the radio to enter
*8<destination user id>#
A shortened User ID number can be dialed using the
following guidelines:
2.
• If the radio being called is in the same region and
agency, enter only the last four digits.
3.
• If the radio being called is in the same region, but a
different agency, enter the last seven digits.
• If the radio being called is in another region or if the area
is unknown, enter all ten digits.
2. Press PTT (and release) to ring the other user.
to scroll through the list of available profiles.
to activate the selected profile.
Changing the Selected Talk Group
Terminating a Selective Call
Transmitting a Selective Call
2. Press PTT (and release) to ring the other user.
to scroll through the list of available profiles.
to activate the selected profile.
Changing the Selected Talk Group
Turn the Group Selection knob on top of the radio to select the
desired talk group or use the Talk Group selection menu.
Transmitting a Voice Call
Steady - Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI).
Steady - Stealth mode is enabled (all tones and display
backlight disabled, voice is still heard).
to cycle through the menu until “App
Method 2:
1.
Steady - Indicates the client is connected to a V-TAC.
SINGAPORE
2.
Steady - Displayed when Scan Mode is Normal or Fixed.
Begin Manual Encryption command: *32<Pre-determined
Encryption Key of up to 16 digits>#
NEW
YORK
1.
Steady - Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI).
RTT Message: *5 <0...9> #.
Initiate Selective Alert command: *7<Target ID>#[Choose
Message]#
Radio-to-Radio Call command: *8<Selective call
number>#(PTT to dial)
Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) Call
command: *9 <telephone number>#
FLORIDA
Changing Operating Mode
Method 1:
Selective Call Using Speed Dial
emergency mode. Emergency is raised after the Emergency
Raise Delay (default is 1 second).
The microphone is hot (open mic) for a programmed amount of
time in order to send your voice out on the emergency voice
group.
All of the radios in the emergency voice group hear your call
and see the emergency voice group displayed on their radios.
Clearing an Emergency
If enabled via programming, clear an emergency by pressing and
holding the
button then pressing and holding the red
emergency button on the top of the radio simultaneously. When
finished, release both buttons.
Stealth Mode
1. Scroll through the Menu options using the
or
button until “Speed Dial” appears in the second line of the
display.
System Model Only:
2. Using the
or
keys, scroll through the preprogrammed speed-dial numbers until the desired number
appears in the display and press the PTT button.
Stealth Menu Method:
1. Press the
or
button to scroll through menus until
“StealthMenu” appears in the display.
Receiving a Selective Call
Press the
,
, or
button to accept the incoming
Selective Call. Press the
button, the
key, or turn the
Voice Group Selector Control knob to reject the incoming call.
Press 2 and # to toggle Stealth Mode ON and OFF.
2. Press the
or
button once to activate Stealth Mode, exit
the Stealth Menu, and return to the Dwell Display. The display
lights, indicator lights, and side tones are disabled.
3. Press any key other than PTT or Emergency to disable Stealth
Mode.
NOTICE!
For more detailed operating instructions and a list of options and
accessories, refer to the operator’s manual 14221-1100-2010
(available online at www.pspc.harris.com).
The material contained herein is subject to U.S. export approval. No
export or re-export is permitted without written approval from the U.S.
Government. Rated: EAR99; in accordance with U.S. Dept. of
Commerce regulations 15CFR774, Export Administration Regulations.