HARRIS M7100 Quick Guide - Bonner County Communications

HARRIS M7100 Quick Guide - Bonner County Communications
Quick Guide
Radio Controls - User Interface
MM102344V1
IP
M7100 Radio Controls (refer to Fig. 1)
Power OnOff/ Volume
Control
Rev. C, Jul/09
M7100
Scrolls through the System list or the
Group/Channel list. The secondary function
increments or decrements items within a list
Used to declare emergencies.
This button toggles scan operations ON and
Scan ON/OFF OFF. All groups or channels in the scan list of
the currently selected systems are scanned.
M7100IP Series
Mobile
Radio
Scan Add/
Delete
Used to display the current SCAN status for a
group/channel and then either add or delete the
group/channel from the system scan list.
TX BSY
Indicators
Transmitter enabled - ON when the radio is
transmitting. BUSY - On indicates a carrier is
being received (the channel is busy).
IP
M7100 Status Icons (refer to Fig. 2)
Figure 1: System (top) and Scan (bottom) Front Panels
Indicates selected group or channel is in scan list,
selected group or channel is programmed as Priority
1 in scan list, and selected group or channel is
programmed as Priority 2 in scan list
Indicates conventional channel enabled with Channel
Guard function.
Indicates the EDACS system is in Failsoft™ mode (if
enabled through programming).
IP
Indicates Type 99 Decode
conventional channel.
is
enabled
on
a
ALM
SG1-SG5
WAIL, YLP,
SL1-SL8,
RST
SPK
ST0-ST9
PVT
KEY
G*
PA
Used to adjust the current display intensity and the
keypad backlight level.
Toggles the external alarm ON/OFF, used to
indicate the radio is receiving an Individual Call.
Press the key once to enable external alarm and
press again to disable external alarm.
Corresponds
to
five
pre-programmed
Systems/Groups. For example, pressing SG1
would switch the radio to the pre-programmed
System/Group 1.
WAIL, YLP, and SL1-SL8 are designed to control
an optional Siren/Light package. The RST key is
used to turn all sirens and lights OFF.
Toggles the external speaker ON/OFF.
Sends a pre-programmed status message to the
EDACS site.
Enables or disables Private Mode for the
System/Group displayed.
Displays the Encrypted Keys. This selects the
DISP KEY operation from the menu.
Used in Conventional Mode to send G-STAR™
emergency signaling.
Enables and disables the Public Address feature.
For more detailed operating information, refer to the Operator’s
Manual (MM102341V1) available online at www.pspc.harris.com.
Figure 2: M7100 Series Mobile Radio Display
IP
Radio Keypad Functions
Trunked mode: Exits the current operation and
removes all displays associated with it.
Conventional mode: Unmutes the receiver so
activity on the selected channel can be monitored.
Press and hold for approximately three seconds, to
toggle conventional channel decoding (Channel
Guard, Digital Channel Guard, and T99) ON and
OFF if programmed for the selected channel.
Applies power to the radio and adjusts the
receiver’s volume.
System/ Group/
A 16 position rotary knob for selecting systems
Channel
or groups/channels (set in programming).
Control Knob
Ramp
Control
IP
M7100 Radio Keypad Functions (continued)
MODE
Enters the Conventional System selection mode.
Returns the radio to the Home System/Group where
HOME
it is programmed.
Controls output 1 or 2. Their definition is PC
AUX 1 & 2
programmable.
S
Used to enter the System select mode.
o
or
Used to toggle a PC programmable feature ON and
OFF.
O
#
*
DTMF keypad function.
DTMF keypad function.
CHN
Used to enter the Channel select mode.
g
Used to enter the Group select mode.
DEL
Secondary function - used to delete a digit during
numeric entry
M
Primary function - accesses the menu list. This is a
list of additional features not available directly from
the keypad.
SEL
or
SELECT
Secondary function - activates a selected item within
a list. Once activated, MENU continues its secondary
function for activating a selected parameter setting
until the radio returns to its normal receive state.
s
Permits transmission of a Pre-programmed status
message to an EDACS® or P25 site.
Permits transmission of a pre-programmed message
to an EDACS or P25 site.
Used to call an individual or make an all-call by
selecting the individual call function.
Used to place telephone calls through the radio by
selecting the interconnect special call function.
Keypad numbers
n
i
p
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Copyright 2005 - 2009 Harris Corporation. All rights reserved.
Quick Guide
Radio Controls - User Interface
MM102344V1
0-9
IP
M7100
M7100 Radio Controls (refer to Fig. 1)
Power OnApplies power to the radio and adjusts the
Off/ Volume
receiver’s volume.
Control
System/ Group/
A 16 position rotary knob for selecting systems
Channel
or groups/channels (set in programming).
Control Knob
Rev. C, Jul/09
Ramp
Control
Scrolls through the System list or the
Group/Channel list. The secondary function
increments or decrements items within a list
This button toggles scan operations ON and
the currently selected systems are scanned.
M7100IP Series
Mobile
Radio
Used to display the current SCAN status for a
group/channel and then either add or delete the
group/channel from the system scan list.
TX BSY
Indicators
Transmitter enabled - ON when the radio is
transmitting. BUSY - On indicates a carrier is
being received (the channel is busy).
IP
M7100 Status Icons (refer to Fig. 2)
Figure 1: System (top) and Scan (bottom) Front Panels
Indicates selected group or channel is in scan list,
selected group or channel is programmed as Priority
1 in scan list, and selected group or channel is
programmed as Priority 2 in scan list
ALM
SG1-SG5
WAIL, YLP,
SL1-SL8,
RST
SPK
ST0-ST9
PVT
IP
Figure 2: M7100 Series Mobile Radio Display
Indicates_conventional channel enabled with Channel
Guard function.
KEY
Indicates the EDACS system is in Failsoft™ mode (if
enabled through programming).
G*
Indicates Type 99 Decode
conventional channel.
is
enabled
on
a
PA
IP
Radio Keypad Functions
Used to declare emergencies.
Scan ON/OFF OFF. All groups or channels in the scan list of
Scan Add/
Delete
IP
Trunked mode: Exits the current operation and
removes all displays associated with it.
Conventional mode: Unmutes the receiver so
activity on the selected channel can be monitored.
Press and hold for approximately three seconds to
toggle conventional channel decoding (Channel
Guard, Digital Channel Guard, and T99) ON and
OFF if programmed for the selected channel.
Used to adjust the current display intensity and the
keypad backlight level.
Toggles the external alarm ON/OFF, used to
indicate the radio is receiving an Individual Call.
Press the key once to enable external alarm and
press again to disable external alarm.
Corresponds
to
five
pre-programmed
Systems/Groups. For example, pressing SG1
would switch the radio to the pre-programmed
System/Group 1.
WAIL, YLP, and SL1-SL8 are designed to control
an optional Siren/Light package. The RST key is
used to turn all sirens and lights OFF.
Toggles the external speaker ON/OFF.
Sends a pre-programmed status message to the
EDACS site.
Enables or disables Private Mode for the
System/Group displayed.
Displays the Encrypted Keys. This selects the
DISP KEY operation from the menu.
Used in Conventional Mode to send G-STAR™
emergency signaling.
Enables and disables the Public Address feature.
For more detailed operating information, refer to the Operator’s
Manual (MM102341V1) available online at www.pspc.harris.com.
M7100 Radio Keypad Functions (continued)
MODE
Enters the Conventional System selection mode.
Returns the radio to the Home System/Group where
HOME
it is programmed.
Controls output 1 or 2. Their definition is PC
AUX 1 & 2
programmable.
S
Used to enter the System select mode.
o
or
Used to toggle a PC programmable feature ON and
OFF.
O
#
*
CHN
Used to enter the Channel select mode.
g
Used to enter the Group select mode.
DEL
Secondary function - used to delete a digit during
numeric entry
M
Primary function - accesses the menu list. This is a
list of additional features not available directly from
the keypad.
SEL
or
SELECT
Secondary function - activates a selected item within
a list. Once activated, MENU continues its secondary
function for activating a selected parameter setting
until the radio returns to its normal receive state.
s
Permits transmission of a Pre-programmed status
message to an EDACS® or P25 site.
Permits transmission of a pre-programmed message
to an EDACS or P25 site.
Used to call an individual or make an all-call by
selecting the individual call function.
Used to place telephone calls through the radio by
selecting the interconnect special call function.
Keypad numbers
n
i
p
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Copyright 2005 - 2009 Harris Corporation. All rights reserved.
DTMF keypad function.
DTMF keypad function.
0-9
IP
M7100 Alert Tones
NAME
Autokey (T)
DESCRIPTION
OK to talk after pressing PTT button. One short
mid-pitched tone.
Queued call received channel assignment.
Call
Queued (T)
Call queued for processing. One high-pitched
tone.
System
Busy (T)
System busy or unable to complete the call.
Three low-pitched tones.
Call
Denied (T)
Radio not authorized on the system or group.
One low-pitched tone.
Call Originate
Carrier
Control Timer
PTT pressed for too long. Five high-pitched tones
and one long low-pitched tone.
One short when a key has been pressed. A short
Key Press
low-pitched tone indicates no action was taken
Alert
because the key is not active in the current mode.
When control is switched to a previously idle
Dual Control
control unit, two short high-pitched tones will
Switching
sound at the control unit where the PTT was
pressed (now the active controller).
If the receiving radio accepts a page, both the
Page (P25T) receiving and transmitting radios emit three highpitched tones.
(T) = trunked mode only
(P25T) = P25 Trunked only
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221 Jefferson Ridge Parkway | Lynchburg, VA USA 24501
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IP
M7100 Alert Tones
NAME
Autokey (T)
DESCRIPTION
OK to talk after pressing PTT button. One short
mid-pitched tone.
Queued call received channel assignment.
Call
Queued (T)
Call queued for processing. One high-pitched
tone.
System
Busy (T)
System busy or unable to complete the call.
Three low-pitched tones.
Call
Denied (T)
Radio not authorized on the system or group.
One low-pitched tone.
Call Originate
Carrier
Control Timer
PTT pressed for too long. Five high-pitched tones
and one long low-pitched tone.
One short when a key has been pressed. A short
Key Press
low-pitched tone indicates no action was taken
Alert
because the key is not active in the current
mode.
When control is switched to a previously idle
Dual Control
control unit, two short high-pitched tones will
Switching
sound at the control unit where the PTT was
pressed (now the active controller).
If the receiving radio accepts a page, both the
Page (P25T) receiving and transmitting radios emit three highpitched tones.
(T) = trunked mode only
(P25T) = P25 Trunked only
NOTICE!
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.
Public Safety and Professional Communications
221 Jefferson Ridge Parkway | Lynchburg, VA USA 24501
www.pspc.harris.com | 1-800-528-7711
IP
IP
M7100 Status Messages
Call Queued - Trunked mode only. Call placed in
QUEUED
request queue.
System Busy - Trunked mode only. System is busy,
SYS BUSY
no channels available, queue is full.
Call Denied - Trunked mode only. Radio or group
DENIED
not authorized on selected system or group.
Control Channel Scan mode - Trunked mode only.
CC SCAN
Control channel lost (e.g., out of range).
Wide Area Scan mode - Trunked mode only. Radio
WA SCAN
searching for a new system.
Talkaround mode - Conventional mode only. Radio
TALKARND operating on conventional channel (with no
repeater).
System Scan Features On – Trunked mode only.
SYSC ON
System Scan features enabled.
System Scan Features Off – Trunked mode only.
SYSC OFF
System Scan features disabled.
Receive Emergency – (Flashing on line 2) Trunked
*RXEMER* and P25 modes only. Emergency call being
received.
Transmit Emergency – (Flashing on line 2) Trunked
*TXEMER* and P25 modes only. Emergency call transmitted
from this radio.
Volume Level – Current volume level [from OFF
VOL=31
(silent) to 31, (loudest)].
Unknown ID – Trunked and P25 modes only.
UNKNOWN
Individual call being received from unknown ID.
Transmit Data – Trunked mode only. Indicates the
TX DATA
radio is transmitting a data call.
Receive Data – Trunked mode only. Indicates the
RX DATA
radio is receiving a data call.
Trunked mode only. Indicates the radio has been
DATA ON
toggled to the data enable state.
Trunked mode only. Indicates the radio is in the
DATA OFF
data disabled state.
Emergency. Indicates an emergency has been
EM
declared by the LID that follows the display, “EM”.
M7100 Status Messages (continued)
CONV FS
BCKL=1-6
T99 ON
T99 OFF
PA ON
PA OFF
ALRM ON
ALRM OFF
PVT DIS
FRCD PVT
PHONE
MENU
*PHONE*
*INDV*
*GROUP*
Conventional Mode
Sending a Call
Trunked Mode (continued)
4. Hold the microphone approximately three inches from the
1. Once the radio is turned on, ensure that the channel is not
busy by pressing the c button to briefly disable any
channel decoding and unmute the receiver or observe the
unlit BSY indicator. If the Channel Busy Lockout feature is
programmed for the selected channel, the radio will not
transmit when the channel is busy.
2. Press and hold the PTT button. The TX indicator will turn on
and a short beep sounds (if programmed) indicating that
communication can begin.
3. Hold the microphone approximately three inches from the
mouth and speak in a normal voice.
4. Release the PTT button when the transmission is complete
and listen for a reply.
Receiving a Call
1. After turning the radio on, select the desired conventional
system and channel. The display indicates the current
conventional system and channel names.
2. The radio is now ready to receive calls.
3. When the radio receives a call (and correct encoding is
decoded, if programmed and enabled), it unmutes on the
channel and the BSY indicator comes on.
Trunked Mode
Sending a Call
1. Turn the radio on and set the POWER ON-OFF/VOLUME
knob to the desired volume level. Select the desired
system and group.
2. Press and hold the PTT button. The radio will display the
system and group names and perform the necessary
signaling required to obtain a communication channel.
3. When the working channel is assigned, TX and BSY
indicators are turned ON and a short beep is sounded
indicating communication can begin.
mouth and speak in a normal voice.
5. Release the PTT button when the transmission is complete
and listen for a reply.
Receiving a Call
1. After turning the radio on, the display shows the last selected
or the power up (depending on programming) system and
group names. If the radio is unable to obtain a control
channel, line 2 shows CC SCAN.
2. Adjust the POWER ON-OFF/VOLUME knob to the desired
volume level.
3. Select the desired system and group. The display indicates
the current system and group names.
4. The radio is now ready to receive calls.
5. When the radio receives a group call, it unmutes on the
assigned working channel and the BSY indicator comes on.
Line one shows GR followed by the logical ID number (if
received) of the unit sending the message, or the associated
name if the ID number is found in the individual call list.
Declaring an Emergency
Check with System Administrator to ensure that the emergency
function is enabled.
To send an emergency call to the selected system & group:
1. Press and hold the E button for approximately one
second.
2. The radio sounds a single beep. *TXEMER* flashes on line 2
in the display until the emergency is cleared.
3. Press PTT and speak into the microphone in a normal voice.
4. Release PTT when the transmission is complete and listen for
a reply.
5. Clear by pressing and holding the c button followed by
pressing the E button and then releasing both buttons.
For a complete list of the M7100IP Status Messages, see the M7100IP Operator’s
Manual, MM102341V1.
IP
IP
M7100 Status Messages
Call Queued - Trunked mode only. Call placed in
QUEUED
request queue.
System Busy - Trunked mode only. System is busy,
SYS BUSY
no channels available, queue is full.
Call Denied - Trunked mode only. Radio or group
DENIED
not authorized on selected system or group.
Control Channel Scan mode - Trunked mode only.
CC SCAN
Control channel lost (e.g., out of range).
Wide Area Scan mode - Trunked mode only. Radio
WA SCAN
searching for a new system.
Talkaround mode - Conventional mode only. Radio
TALKARND operating on conventional channel (with no
repeater).
System Scan Features On – Trunked mode only.
SYSC ON
System Scan features enabled.
System Scan Features Off – Trunked mode only.
SYSC OFF
System Scan features disabled.
Receive Emergency – (Flashing on line 2) Trunked
*RXEMER* and P25 modes only. Emergency call being
received.
Transmit Emergency – (Flashing on line 2) Trunked
*TXEMER* and P25 modes only. Emergency call transmitted
from this radio.
Volume Level – Current volume level [from OFF
VOL=31
(silent) to 31, (loudest)].
Unknown ID – Trunked and P25 modes only.
UNKNOWN
Individual call being received from unknown ID.
Transmit Data – Trunked mode only. Indicates the
TX DATA
radio is transmitting a data call.
Receive Data – Trunked mode only. Indicates the
RX DATA
radio is receiving a data call.
Trunked mode only. Indicates the radio has been
DATA ON
toggled to the data enable state.
Trunked mode only. Indicates the radio is in the
DATA OFF
data disabled state.
Emergency. Indicates an emergency has been
EM
declared by the LID that follows the display, “EM”.
Conventional Failsoft - Trunked mode only.
Displayed when a failure of the EDACS system
occurs.
Backlight - Indicates the display intensity and
keypad backlight level.
Type 99 Decode ON - Conventional mode only.
Indicates the Type 99 Decode feature is enabled.
Type 9 Decode OFF - Conventional mode only.
Indicates the Type 99 Decode feature is disabled.
Public Address On - Indicates that the public
address function of the radio is enabled.
Public Address Off - Momentarily (two seconds)
indicates that the public address function of the
radio was disabled.
External Alarm Enabled - Indicates that the
external alarm function of the radio is enabled.
External Alarm Disabled - Momentarily (two
seconds) indicates that the external alarm function
of the radio was disabled.
Private Mode Disabled - Indicates that private
mode is disabled or no encryption key has been
programmed.
Forced Private Operation - Indicates that forced
private operation has been pre-programmed.
Phone Call - Line two of the display contains the
display *INDV* when line one contains the
message.
Displayed when the menu key is pressed and
remains until a menu item is selected.
Phone Call - Displayed on line two when an
initiated phone call is in progress.
Individual Call – Trunked mode only. Displayed on
line 2 when a call is in progress.
Group Call – Trunked mode only. Displayed on line
1 when a group call is in progress.
Conventional Mode
M7100 Status Messages (continued)
CONV FS
BCKL=1-6
T99 ON
T99 OFF
PA ON
PA OFF
ALRM ON
ALRM OFF
PVT DIS
FRCD PVT
PHONE
MENU
*PHONE*
*INDV*
*GROUP*
Conventional Failsoft - Trunked mode only.
Displayed when a failure of the EDACS system
occurs.
Backlight - Indicates the display intensity and
keypad backlight level.
Type 99 Decode ON - Conventional mode only.
Indicates the Type 99 Decode feature is enabled.
Type 9 Decode OFF - Conventional mode only.
Indicates the Type 99 Decode feature is disabled.
Public Address On - Indicates that the public
address function of the radio is enabled.
Public Address Off - Momentarily (two seconds)
indicates that the public address function of the
radio was disabled.
External Alarm Enabled - Indicates that the
external alarm function of the radio is enabled.
External Alarm Disabled - Momentarily (two
seconds) indicates that the external alarm function
of the radio was disabled.
Private Mode Disabled - Indicates that private
mode is disabled or no encryption key has been
programmed.
Forced Private Operation - Indicates that forced
private operation has been pre-programmed.
Phone Call - Line two of the display contains the
display *INDV* when line one contains the
message.
Displayed when the menu key is pressed and
remains until a menu item is selected.
Phone Call - Displayed on line two when an
initiated phone call is in progress.
Individual Call – Trunked mode only. Displayed on
line 2 when a call is in progress.
Group Call – Trunked mode only. Displayed on line
1 when a group call is in progress.
For a complete list of the M7100IP Status Messages, see the M7100IP Operator’s
Manual, MM102341V1.
Sending a Call
1. Once the radio is turned on, ensure that the channel is not
busy by pressing the c button to briefly disable any
channel decoding and unmute the receiver or observe the
unlit BSY indicator. If the Channel Busy Lockout feature is
programmed for the selected channel, the radio will not
transmit when the channel is busy.
2. Press and hold the PTT button. The TX indicator will turn on
and a short beep sounds (if programmed) indicating that
communication can begin.
3. Hold the microphone approximately three inches from the
mouth and speak in a normal voice.
4. Release the PTT button when the transmission is complete
and listen for a reply.
Receiving a Call
1. After turning the radio on, select the desired conventional
system and channel. The display indicates the current
conventional system and channel names.
2. The radio is now ready to receive calls.
3. When the radio receives a call (and correct encoding is
decoded, if programmed and enabled), it unmutes on the
channel and the BSY indicator comes on.
Trunked Mode
Sending a Call
1. Turn the radio on and set the POWER ON-OFF/VOLUME
knob to the desired volume level. Select the desired system
and group.
2. Press and hold the PTT button. The radio will display the
system and group names and perform the necessary
signaling required to obtain a communication channel.
3. When the working channel is assigned, TX and BSY
indicators are turned ON and a short beep is sounded
indicating communication can begin.
Trunked Mode (continued)
4. Hold the microphone approximately three inches from the
mouth and speak in a normal voice.
5. Release the PTT button when the transmission is complete
and listen for a reply.
Receiving a Call
1. After turning the radio on, the display shows the last selected
or the power up (depending on programming) system and
group names. If the radio is unable to obtain a control
channel, line 2 shows CC SCAN.
2. Adjust the POWER ON-OFF/VOLUME knob to the desired
volume level.
3. Select the desired system and group. The display indicates
the current system and group names.
4. The radio is now ready to receive calls.
5. When the radio receives a group call, it unmutes on the
assigned working channel and the BSY indicator comes on.
Line one shows GR followed by the logical ID number (if
received) of the unit sending the message, or the associated
name if the ID number is found in the individual call list.
Declaring an Emergency
Check with System Administrator to ensure that the emergency
function is enabled.
To send an emergency call to the selected system & group:
1. Press and hold the E button for approximately one
second.
2. The radio sounds a single beep. *TXEMER* flashes on line 2
in the display until the emergency is cleared.
3. Press PTT and speak into the microphone in a normal voice.
4. Release PTT when the transmission is complete and listen for
a reply.
5. Clear by pressing and holding the c button followed by
pressing the E button and then releasing both buttons.
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