XL-200P Two-Way Portable Radio Quick Guide

QUICK GUIDE
Radio Overview
Controls, Indicators, and Connectors
Group/Channel
Knob
Power/Volume
Knob
A/B (Ø/O) Switch
14221-1800-1000
Rev. B, January 2017
Microphone
(Secondary)
A/B/C/D Switch
UserProgrammable
Buttons
Push-To-Talk
(PTT) Button
Antenna
Connector
Emergency Button
Sample Idle Front Display
Top Display
HARRIS® XL-200P
Full-Spectrum Multiband Radio
Speaker
Copyright© 2016, 2017 Harris Corporation.
QUICK GUIDE
Indicator Light
Emitting Diode
(LED)
Radio Overview
Rev. B, January 2017
A/B/C/D Switch
UserProgrammable
Buttons
Push-To-Talk
(PTT) Button
Antenna
Connector
Emergency Button
Sample Idle Front Display
Indicator Light
Emitting Diode
(LED)
Top Display
HARRIS® XL-200P
Full-Spectrum Multiband Radio
Speaker
Copyright© 2016, 2017 Harris Corporation.
Places radio in emergency mode. Can be
disabled via programming. Can also be used
in conjunction with a User Programmable
Button to Clear Emergencies if configured to
do so.
Indicates radio status.
• Red = actively transmitting.
• Green = actively receiving.
• Orange = actively transmitting encrypted.
Shows summary of radio operation, including
channel/talkgroup (which can be color
coded), as well as a variety of programmable
icons. Display orientation can be configured
for viewing from the front or rear of the radio.
Radio speaker which can be muted. Adjust
volume using the Power/Volume knob.
Controls, Indicators, and Connectors
Microphone
(Secondary)
Microphone
(Primary)
Front Display
UserProgrammable
Soft Keys
Menu/Select
Button
Navigation
Buttons
Antenna connector.
Note: Charge battery fully before first use. For more detail
regarding this as well as comprehensive operating instructions,
refer to Operator’s Manual 14221-1800-2000 online at
https://www.harris.com/solution/xl-200p-two-way-portable-radio.
Group/Channel
Knob
Power/Volume
Knob
A/B (Ø/O) Switch
14221-1800-1000
Selects groups/channels.
Turn clockwise to power on radio and
increase volume of audio from speaker.
User-programmable switch.
When noise cancellation is enabled, the
secondary and primary microphones are
used together to form a dual microphone
system. When noise cancellation is disabled,
only the primary microphone is used.
User-programmable switch. By default,
selects one of four channel banks.
Used to select a commonly used function as
an alternative to navigating menus
[configured using Radio Personality Manager
2 (RPM 2)].
Press to transmit. Make sure Push-To-Talk
(PTT) is enabled.
Keypad
Trunked Signal Strength
Note: Charge battery fully before first use. For more detail
regarding this as well as comprehensive operating instructions,
refer to Operator’s Manual 14221-1800-2000 online at
https://www.harris.com/solution/xl-200p-two-way-portable-radio.
Bluetooth Enabled
Receiving Data
OTAR Disabled
Transmitting Data
OTAR Registered
Battery Fully Charged
OTAR Registering
Battery Level - 100%
OTAR Rekeying
Battery Level - 75%
Talkaround Enabled
Battery Level - 50%
Transmit Power Level High
Battery Level - 25%
Transmit Power Level Low
Battery Level - 5%
(Low Battery Tone)
RX Only
Battery Exhausted
RX Only
Noise Cancellation Enabled
Battery Charging
Speaker Muted
Failsoft
VDOC
RX Mail
Vote Scanning
PTT Disabled
Scanning Enabled
TX Disabled
Alert(s) Present
TX Power
Bluetooth Connected
Tones Disabled
Conventional Site
Unregistered
Receive Signal Strength
Encryption Enabled
Conventional Site
Registered
LTE – Registered
Foreign Network
Channel Idle
Global Encryption
GPS Tracking
LTE – Denied/Unknown
Registration Status
LTE – Registered Home
Transmitting Encrypted
Nuisance Channel
Monitor On
Emergency
Type 99 Enabled
Wi-Fi Clients Connected
Fire Speaker Mic Attached
LTE – No Signal
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Icons (Cont.)
Controls, Indicators, and Connectors (Cont.)
Microphone
(Primary)
Front Display
UserProgrammable
Soft Keys
Menu/Select
Button
Navigation
Buttons
Antenna connector.
Places radio in emergency mode. Can be
disabled via programming. Can also be used
in conjunction with a User Programmable
Button to Clear Emergencies if configured to
do so.
Indicates radio status.
• Red = actively transmitting.
• Green = actively receiving.
• Orange = actively transmitting encrypted.
Shows summary of radio operation, including
channel/talkgroup (which can be color
coded), as well as a variety of programmable
icons. Display orientation can be configured
for viewing from the front or rear of the radio.
Radio speaker which can be muted. Adjust
volume using the Power/Volume knob.
When noise cancellation is enabled, the
primary and secondary microphones are used
together to form a dual microphone system.
When noise cancellation is disabled, only the
primary microphone is used.
Shows complete status and radio menus.
User-programmable dynamic keys that have
their current function labeled on the radio
display directly above each button.
From the idle display, press this button to
access the menu. Also selects highlighted
menu items.
Navigates menu items. Press  on the idle
display to access Channel Information.
Press  on the idle display to display the
functions assigned to programmable
buttons. Press  to display Missed Call
info. Press  to end or reject an ICALL.
By default, used to enter text or numbers. Can
be programmed for various functions. The
limited keypad model supports a “soft” DTMF
keypad, allowing the radio user to utilize a
graphical DTMF keypad.
Radio Icons
Selects groups/channels.
Turn clockwise to power on radio and
increase volume of audio from speaker.
User-programmable switch.
When noise cancellation is enabled, the
secondary and primary microphones are
used together to form a dual microphone
system. When noise cancellation is disabled,
only the primary microphone is used.
User-programmable switch. By default,
selects one of four channel banks.
Used to select a commonly used function as
an alternative to navigating menus
[configured using Radio Personality Manager
2 (RPM 2)].
Press to transmit. Make sure Push-To-Talk
(PTT) is enabled.
Icons (Cont.)
Controls, Indicators, and Connectors (Cont.)
Keypad
When noise cancellation is enabled, the
primary and secondary microphones are used
together to form a dual microphone system.
When noise cancellation is disabled, only the
primary microphone is used.
Shows complete status and radio menus.
User-programmable dynamic keys that have
their current function labeled on the radio
display directly above each button.
From the idle display, press this button to
access the menu. Also selects highlighted
menu items.
Navigates menu items. Press  on the idle
display to access Channel Information.
Press  on the idle display to display the
functions assigned to programmable
buttons. Press  to display Missed Call
info. Press  to end or reject an ICALL.
By default, used to enter text or numbers. Can
be programmed for various functions. The
limited keypad model supports a “soft” DTMF
keypad, allowing the radio user to utilize a
graphical DTMF keypad.
Radio Icons
Receiving Data
OTAR Disabled
Transmitting Data
OTAR Registered
Battery Fully Charged
OTAR Registering
Battery Level - 100%
OTAR Rekeying
Battery Level - 75%
Talkaround Enabled
Battery Level - 50%
Transmit Power Level High
Battery Level - 25%
Transmit Power Level Low
Battery Level - 5%
(Low Battery Tone)
RX Only
Battery Exhausted
RX Only
Noise Cancellation Enabled
Battery Charging
Speaker Muted
Failsoft
VDOC
RX Mail
Vote Scanning
PTT Disabled
Scanning Enabled
Alert(s) Present
Trunked Signal Strength
Bluetooth Enabled
TX Disabled
TX Power
Bluetooth Connected
Tones Disabled
Conventional Site
Unregistered
Receive Signal Strength
Encryption Enabled
Conventional Site
Registered
LTE – Registered
Foreign Network
Channel Idle
Global Encryption
GPS Tracking
LTE – Denied/Unknown
Registration Status
LTE – Registered Home
Transmitting Encrypted
Nuisance Channel
Monitor On
Emergency
Type 99 Enabled
Wi-Fi Clients Connected
Fire Speaker Mic Attached
LTE – No Signal
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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.
Primary versus Secondary Microphone (Cont.)
With a Speaker Microphone Attached:
When a speaker microphone is attached, the radio electronically
switches over to use the radio’s top left microphone as secondary.
The microphone on the attached speaker microphone becomes
primary.
Enable Noise Cancellation
To enable Noise Cancellation:
1. Press the Menu/Select button to access the menu. Press  or
 until the UTILITY menu is displayed.
2. Press  or  to highlight AUDIO SETTINGS and press the
Menu/Select button.
3. Press  or  to highlight NOISE CANCELLATION. Toggle
Noise Cancellation ENABLED/DISABLED using the
Menu/Select button.
How to Use the Noise Cancellation Feature
Verify NOISE CANCELLATION is enabled (see above).
Talk within 2 inches of primary microphone (see Figure 1).
Speak clearly, loudly, and with authority.
Ensure the primary and secondary microphones are not
covered.
• In very noisy environments, it is o.k. to yell into the radio. The
radio can handle loud input levels.
•
•
•
•
Figure 1: Using the Noise Cancellation Feature
FLORIDA
NEW
YORK
VIRGINIA
BRAZIL
UNITED
KINGDOM
UAE
SINGAPORE
Primary versus Secondary Microphone (Cont.)
With a Speaker Microphone Attached:
When a speaker microphone is attached, the radio electronically
switches over to use the radio’s top left microphone as secondary.
The microphone on the attached speaker microphone becomes
primary.
Enable Noise Cancellation
To enable Noise Cancellation:
1. Press the Menu/Select button to access the menu. Press  or
 until the UTILITY menu is displayed.
2. Press  or  to highlight AUDIO SETTINGS and press the
Menu/Select button.
3. Press  or  to highlight NOISE CANCELLATION. Toggle
Noise Cancellation ENABLED/DISABLED using the
Menu/Select button.
How to Use the Noise Cancellation Feature
Verify NOISE CANCELLATION is enabled (see above).
Talk within 2 inches of primary microphone (see Figure 1).
Speak clearly, loudly, and with authority.
Ensure the primary and secondary microphones are not
covered.
• In very noisy environments, it is o.k. to yell into the radio. The
radio can handle loud input levels.
•
•
•
•
Figure 1: Using the Noise Cancellation Feature
FLORIDA
NEW
YORK
VIRGINIA
BRAZIL
UNITED
KINGDOM
UAE
SINGAPORE
Select Group/Channel and Bank
The XL-200P can be programmed with 1,250 talkgroups or 1000
channels per personality. Use the Group/Channel knob to select
groups/channels 1 - 16. Use the A/B/C/D switch to set the bank.
The selected bank is indicated on the display.
• Bank A: Group/Channel A1 - A16 (1-16)
• Bank B: Group/Channel B1 - B16 (17-32)
• Bank C: Group/Channel C1 - C16 (33-48)
• Bank D: Group/Channel D1 - D16 (49-64)
The user can also select a “super bank” to allow access to
groups/channels beyond the first 64.
Group Calls
Turn the Channel/Group knob to select the desired group/channel.
Or
A button on the radio can be programmed for Numeric Channel
Entry to allow the user to enter the talkgroup/channel number.
When receiving a group call, the radio display toggles between
the Unit Name and the Group Name of the transmitting radio. If
either of those names is not programmed, the corresponding ID is
displayed.
Emergency Operation
1. Press and hold the emergency button on the radio or the
speaker microphone. The length of time you need to hold the
button is programmable.
2. The emergency icon is displayed on the idle display.
3. The radio can be configured to go through transmit and receive
cycles. Speak into the microphone while the radio is
transmitting or press PTT to talk.
Exit emergency by power cycling the radio or selecting EXIT
EMERGENCY from the CALL menu. If enabled via programming,
clear an emergency by pressing the button programmed for
Monitor/Clear and then the emergency button.
Primary versus Secondary Microphone
Without a Speaker Microphone Attached:
The primary microphone is located on top of the radio and the
secondary is on the bottom of the radio (see Radio Overview for
microphone locations).
Select Group/Channel and Bank
The XL-200P can be programmed with 1,250 talkgroups or 1000
channels per personality. Use the Group/Channel knob to select
groups/channels 1 - 16. Use the A/B/C/D switch to set the bank.
The selected bank is indicated on the display.
• Bank A: Group/Channel A1 - A16 (1-16)
• Bank B: Group/Channel B1 - B16 (17-32)
• Bank C: Group/Channel C1 - C16 (33-48)
• Bank D: Group/Channel D1 - D16 (49-64)
The user can also select a “super bank” to allow access to
groups/channels beyond the first 64.
Group Calls
Turn the Channel/Group knob to select the desired group/channel.
Or
A button on the radio can be programmed for Numeric Channel
Entry to allow the user to enter the talkgroup/channel number.
When receiving a group call, the radio display toggles between
the Unit Name and the Group Name of the transmitting radio. If
either of those names is not programmed, the corresponding ID is
displayed.
Emergency Operation
1. Press and hold the emergency button on the radio or the
speaker microphone. The length of time you need to hold the
button is programmable.
2. The emergency icon is displayed on the idle display.
3. The radio can be configured to go through transmit and receive
cycles. Speak into the microphone while the radio is
transmitting or press PTT to talk.
Exit emergency by power cycling the radio or selecting EXIT
EMERGENCY from the CALL menu. If enabled via programming,
clear an emergency by pressing the button programmed for
Monitor/Clear and then the emergency button.
Primary versus Secondary Microphone
Without a Speaker Microphone Attached:
The primary microphone is located on top of the radio and the
secondary is on the bottom of the radio (see Radio Overview for
microphone locations).
Scan Operation
Menu Navigation
Start/Stop Scan
A switch or button can be programmed to start/stop scan. If a
switch or button is programmed for start/stop scan, other methods
of starting and stopping scan are disabled.
Or
1. Press the Menu/Select button to access the main menu. Press
 or  to display the SCAN menu.
2. Press  or  to highlight START SCAN/STOP SCAN.
3. Press the Menu/Select button to start or stop scan. Press the
BACK soft key to exit the scan menu.
Scan Configuration
1. Press the Menu/Select button to access the main menu.
2. Press  or  to display the SCAN menu.
3. Press  or  to highlight SCAN LISTS and press the
Menu/Select button.
4. Press  or  to highlight the desired scan list and press the
Menu/Select button.
5. Highlight the desired group/channel and press the OPTIONS
soft key.
6. Press  or  to select ADD CHAN/DELETE CHAN, SET
PRI1, SET PRI2, REMOVE PRI, or NUISANCE/ADD BACK.
When a channel is not grayed out in the list, DELETE CHAN
appears. When a channel/group is grayed out (not in list),
ADD CHAN appears. Available options are based on radio
programming.
7. Press the Menu/Select button to toggle selection.
Change Active Personality
1. Press the Menu/Select button to access the main menu.
2. Press  or  to display the UTILITY menu.
3. Press  or  to highlight PROGRAM and press the
Menu/Select button.
4. Press  or  to highlight the desired personality and press
the Menu/Select button.
5. Press the YES soft key to confirm personality activation. If the
personality has a power-up PIN, you are prompted to enter the
PIN before activation continues.
6. The radio displays PLAN COMPLETE followed by the name of
the personality. Press the OK soft key.
Press the Menu/Select button while on the idle display to access
the menu. Press  or  to navigate the top-level menus, and
press  or  to navigate sub-menus. Refer to Radio Overview
for button location. While in a menu, press the Menu/Select button
to choose, activate, or toggle the selected item; similar to an enter
key.
Select Zone/System
A button on the radio can be programmed to scroll through
available zones/systems.
Or
1. Press the Menu/Select button to access the menus.
2. Use  or  to display the ZONE menu. Use  or  to
highlight the zone.
3. Press the VIEW ZONE soft key to view channels in the
zone/system. Select the desired zone/system using the
Menu/Select button.
Individual Calls
Transmit an Individual Call
1. When transmitting an Individual Call, the radio displays the
called radio’s name or Unit ID. If the radio is programmed for
Acknowledged Individual Call, the radio displays “CALL
QUEUED” until the callee answers or rejects the call.
2. After the callee answers, press PTT to respond. How long the
radio remains in Individual Call mode with no activity is
programmable.
Receive an Individual Call
1. When receiving an Individual Call, the radio displays the calling
radio’s name or Unit ID. The radio will also display “Pressto
END/REJECT CALL.”
2. Press PTT to respond or  to END/REJECT the call. How long
the radio remains in the Individual Call mode with no activity is
programmable.
3. The radio rings and indicates a missed call if you do not
respond. The ring sounds until you press PTT, view the missed
call menu (), change channel/group/system, or power cycle
the radio.
4. Press  to end the call.
Scan Operation
Menu Navigation
Start/Stop Scan
A switch or button can be programmed to start/stop scan. If a
switch or button is programmed for start/stop scan, other methods
of starting and stopping scan are disabled.
Or
1. Press the Menu/Select button to access the main menu. Press
 or  to display the SCAN menu.
2. Press  or  to highlight START SCAN/STOP SCAN.
3. Press the Menu/Select button to start or stop scan. Press the
BACK soft key to exit the scan menu.
Scan Configuration
1. Press the Menu/Select button to access the main menu.
2. Press  or  to display the SCAN menu.
3. Press  or  to highlight SCAN LISTS and press the
Menu/Select button.
4. Press  or  to highlight the desired scan list and press the
Menu/Select button.
5. Highlight the desired group/channel and press the OPTIONS
soft key.
6. Press  or  to select ADD CHAN/DELETE CHAN, SET
PRI1, SET PRI2, REMOVE PRI, or NUISANCE/ADD BACK.
When a channel is not grayed out in the list, DELETE CHAN
appears. When a channel/group is grayed out (not in list),
ADD CHAN appears. Available options are based on radio
programming.
7. Press the Menu/Select button to toggle selection.
Change Active Personality
1. Press the Menu/Select button to access the main menu.
2. Press  or  to display the UTILITY menu.
3. Press  or  to highlight PROGRAM and press the
Menu/Select button.
4. Press  or  to highlight the desired personality and press
the Menu/Select button.
5. Press the YES soft key to confirm personality activation. If the
personality has a power-up PIN, you are prompted to enter the
PIN before activation continues.
6. The radio displays PLAN COMPLETE followed by the name of
the personality. Press the OK soft key.
Press the Menu/Select button while on the idle display to access
the menu. Press  or  to navigate the top-level menus, and
press  or  to navigate sub-menus. Refer to Radio Overview
for button location. While in a menu, press the Menu/Select button
to choose, activate, or toggle the selected item; similar to an enter
key.
Select Zone/System
A button on the radio can be programmed to scroll through
available zones/systems.
Or
1. Press the Menu/Select button to access the menus.
2. Use  or  to display the ZONE menu. Use  or  to
highlight the zone.
3. Press the VIEW ZONE soft key to view channels in the
zone/system. Select the desired zone/system using the
Menu/Select button.
Individual Calls
Transmit an Individual Call
1. When transmitting an Individual Call, the radio displays the
called radio’s name or Unit ID. If the radio is programmed for
Acknowledged Individual Call, the radio displays “CALL
QUEUED” until the callee answers or rejects the call.
2. After the callee answers, press PTT to respond. How long the
radio remains in Individual Call mode with no activity is
programmable.
Receive an Individual Call
1. When receiving an Individual Call, the radio displays the calling
radio’s name or Unit ID. The radio will also display “Pressto
END/REJECT CALL.”
2. Press PTT to respond or  to END/REJECT the call. How long
the radio remains in the Individual Call mode with no activity is
programmable.
3. The radio rings and indicates a missed call if you do not
respond. The ring sounds until you press PTT, view the missed
call menu (), change channel/group/system, or power cycle
the radio.
4. Press  to end the call.
PTT DENIED
CALL QUEUED
SYSTEM BUSY
SCANNING
TX EMERGENCY
RX EMERGENCY
WIDE AREA
SCAN
INVALID
TALKGROUP
INVALID UNIT
REGISTERING
CTRL CHANNEL
SCAN
BAND
SCANNING
MISSED CALL
OTAR REKEY
COMPLETE
PTT DENIED
CALL QUEUED
SYSTEM BUSY
SCANNING
TX EMERGENCY
RX EMERGENCY
WIDE AREA
SCAN
INVALID
TALKGROUP
INVALID UNIT
REGISTERING
CTRL CHANNEL
SCAN
BAND
SCANNING
MISSED CALL
OTAR REKEY
COMPLETE
Status Messages
P25T & EDACS - The radio or talkgroup
is not authorized to operate on the
selected system and/or talkgroup.
P25T & EDACS - The system has placed
the call in a request queue.
P25T & EDACS - The system is busy, no
channels are currently available, the
queue is full, or an individual call is being
attempted to a radio that is currently
transmitting.
Indicates the radio is scanning.
An emergency call is being transmitted.
An emergency call is being received.
P25T & EDACS - Indicates the radio has
entered the Wide Area Scan mode to
search for a new system.
P25T & EDACS - The current talkgroup is
not valid for the current system.
P25T & EDACS - The current unit is not
valid for the current system.
P25T - The radio is performing a
registration on a P25 trunking site.
P25T & EDACS - The control channel is
lost and the radio has entered Control
Channel Scan to search for the control
channel (usually out of range indication).
P25T & EDACS - Only displayed if the
P25T system is configured for
"EnhancedCC" mode of operation. When
the radio cannot find a Control Channel in
the trunked frequency set or the list of
discovered adjacencies, the radio
performs a full spectrum frequency scan
to find a new Control Channel.
P25 Modes & EDACS – Another user
has tried to call or page this radio. The
user can view who the caller was by
pressing the key
OTAR Rekey operation completed
successfully.
Status Messages
P25T & EDACS - The radio or talkgroup
is not authorized to operate on the
selected system and/or talkgroup.
P25T & EDACS - The system has placed
the call in a request queue.
P25T & EDACS - The system is busy, no
channels are currently available, the
queue is full, or an individual call is being
attempted to a radio that is currently
transmitting.
Indicates the radio is scanning.
An emergency call is being transmitted.
An emergency call is being received.
P25T & EDACS - Indicates the radio has
entered the Wide Area Scan mode to
search for a new system.
P25T & EDACS - The current talkgroup is
not valid for the current system.
P25T & EDACS - The current unit is not
valid for the current system.
P25T - The radio is performing a
registration on a P25 trunking site.
P25T & EDACS - The control channel is
lost and the radio has entered Control
Channel Scan to search for the control
channel (usually out of range indication).
P25T & EDACS - Only displayed if the
P25T system is configured for
"EnhancedCC" mode of operation. When
the radio cannot find a Control Channel in
the trunked frequency set or the list of
discovered adjacencies, the radio
performs a full spectrum frequency scan
to find a new Control Channel.
P25 Modes & EDACS – Another user
has tried to call or page this radio. The
user can view who the caller was by
pressing the key
OTAR Rekey operation completed
successfully.
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