CS7000 Control Station

CS7000 Control Station
Operator’s Manual
MM-014713-001
Rev. E, July 2016
CS7000 Control Station
MM-014713-001, Rev. E
MANUAL REVISION HISTORY
REV
DATE
REASON FOR CHANGE
C
Nov/11
Updated to include Unity XG-100M information.
D
Oct/13
Added support for XG-75M.
E
Jul/16
Updated front and back covers.
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This device is made under license under one or more of the following US patents: 4,590,473; 4,636,791; 5,148,482;
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
1
Page
SAFETY INFORMATION .............................................................................................................. 5
1.1
SAFETY CONVENTIONS ....................................................................................................... 5
2
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................ 6
3
CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS .............................................................................................. 7
3.1
3.2
3.3
4
LOCAL CONTROL STATION ................................................................................................ 7
3.1.1 DC Power Indicator ..................................................................................................... 7
3.1.2 Transceiver .................................................................................................................. 7
3.1.3 Local Speaker .............................................................................................................. 7
REMOTE CONTROL STATIONS ........................................................................................... 8
3.2.1 Remote Station Microphone ........................................................................................ 8
3.2.2 Intercom Switch .......................................................................................................... 8
3.2.3 Remote Switch and LED Indicator.............................................................................. 8
3.2.4 Station Volume Control ............................................................................................... 9
3.2.5 VU Meter ..................................................................................................................... 9
REAR PANEL FEATURES ...................................................................................................... 9
3.3.1 AC Power Switch/Cord/Fuse Assembly ..................................................................... 9
3.3.2 Main Antenna Connector .......................................................................................... 10
3.3.3 Internal Fan................................................................................................................ 10
3.3.4 Earth Ground ............................................................................................................. 10
3.3.5 CAN Port ................................................................................................................... 10
3.3.6 Phone Line Connection (Optional) ............................................................................ 10
3.3.7 Computer Connection................................................................................................ 10
3.3.8 LAN ........................................................................................................................... 10
3.3.9 Serial A ...................................................................................................................... 10
3.3.10 Serial B ...................................................................................................................... 11
3.3.11 External I/O ............................................................................................................... 11
3.3.12 Optional Antenna Connector ..................................................................................... 11
CONTROL STATION OPERATION........................................................................................... 12
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
POWERING UP THE STATION............................................................................................ 12
GENERAL OPERATION ....................................................................................................... 12
4.2.1 Setting Up And Using The Control Station Transceiver ........................................... 12
4.2.2 To Receive a Call (Local-Only Control Stations) ..................................................... 12
4.2.3 To Make (Transmit) a Call (Local-Only Control Stations) ....................................... 12
4.2.4 To Receive a Call (Remote Controlled Stations) ...................................................... 12
4.2.5 To Make (Transmit) a Call (Remote Controlled Stations) ........................................ 13
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION...................................................................................... 13
4.3.1 Enabling Remote Control .......................................................................................... 13
4.3.2 Disabling Remote Control ......................................................................................... 13
INTERCOM OPERATION ..................................................................................................... 14
4.4.1 Continuous Intercom Operation (Intercom-Only Mode) ........................................... 14
4.4.2 Momentary Intercom Operation ................................................................................ 14
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Section
Page
5
REFERENCE MATERIAL ........................................................................................................... 15
6
INTERCOM AND REMOTE SWITCH SUMMARY ................................................................ 16
WARRANTY ......................................................................................................................................... 17
TABLES
Table 5-1: Reference Documents ............................................................................................................ 15
Table 6-1: Summary of Remote and Intercom Switch Positions ............................................................ 16
FIGURES
Figure 2-1: CT-013892-001 Local Control Station with Scan Head (Front View) ................................... 6
Figure 2-2: CT-013892-002 Local/Remote Control Station with System Head (Front View) ................. 6
Figure 3-1: Front Panel Features – Local Control Station ......................................................................... 7
Figure 3-2: Front Panel Features – Remote Control Station ..................................................................... 9
Figure 3-3: Rear Panel Features – Local and Remote Stations ............................................................... 11
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SAFETY INFORMATION
1.1
SAFETY CONVENTIONS
The following conventions are used throughout this manual to alert the user to general safety precautions
that must be observed during all phases of operation, service, and repair of this product. Failure to comply
with these precautions or with specific warnings elsewhere in this manual violates safety standards of
design, manufacture, and intended use of the product. Harris assumes no liability for the customer's
failure to comply with these standards.
The CAUTION symbol calls attention to an operating procedure, practice, or the like,
which, if not performed correctly or adhered to, could result in a risk of danger,
damage to the equipment, or severely degrade the equipment performance.
The NOTE symbol calls attention to supplemental information, which may improve
system performance or clarify a process or procedure.
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The Harris® CS7000 Control Stations shown in Figure 2-1 and Figure 2-2 are state-of-the-art Control
Stations. The slimline design of the CS7000 Control Station provides a convenient method to equip
offices, shops, and other remote locations with radio communications.
The CS7000 Control Station supports several models of Harris mobile products. CS7000 Control
Stations may be equipped with an M5300, XG-75M/M7300, or a Unity® XG-100M mobile transceiver.
The M5300 transceiver is a single band transceiver capable of OpenSky®, EDACS®, and Conventional
modes of operation. The XG-75M/M7300 transceiver is a dual-band 700/800 MHz transceiver capable of
EDACS, Conventional, P25, and OpenSky modes of operation. The Unity XG-100M mobile radio is a
full featured multi-mode multi-band transceiver. The transceiver may be equipped with the Scan Control
Head (Figure 2-1) or a System Control Head (Figure 2-2).
The CS7000 Control Station may also be equipped with a remote interface board allowing remotely
located desktop station controllers to share radio communications with the local operation of the Desktop
Station.
The Control Station is available in the following models:
•
Control Station configuration with only local controls.
•
Control Station configuration with local and remote control capability.
Local Control Station model CT-013892-001, shown in Figure 2-1, is designed to provide local control of
the mobile transceiver (shown with a Scan Control Head) in a desktop control station configuration.
Local/Remote Control Station model CT-013892-002, shown in Figure 2-2, includes a built-in remote
controller board and front panel controls. This model is designed to provide local and remote control
operation.
Figure 2-1: CT-013892-001 Local Control Station with Scan Head (Front View)
Figure 2-2: CT-013892-002 Local/Remote Control Station with System Head (Front View)
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CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS
3.1
LOCAL CONTROL STATION
The Local Control Station (shown in Figure 3-1), model CT-013892-001, includes front panel controls,
indicators, and other features. The following sub-sections provide general descriptions of each feature.
3.1.1
DC Power Indicator
A DC power indicator is located on the front-left station panel. This indicator illuminates when the
station’s main built-in power supply is turned on and supplying DC voltage to Control Station.
3.1.2
Transceiver
The CS7000 Control Station may be equipped with an M5300, XG-75M/M7300, or Unity XG-100M
transceiver, respectively. The M5300 transceiver is a single band transceiver capable of EDACS,
Conventional and OpenSky modes of operation. The XG-75M/M7300 transceiver is a dual band 700/800
MHz transceiver capable of EDACS, Conventional, P25, and OpenSky modes of operation. The Unity
XG-100M mobile radio is a full featured multi-mode multi-band transceiver. Each model Harris
transceiver requires a CH721 Scan or System Control Head. The CH721 Scan Control Head provides
control of the transceiver’s basic set of features. The CH721 System Control Head provides a full
featured set of transceiver controls.
3.1.2.1
Transceiver ON/OFF/Volume Control
Local Control Stations rely on the transceiver’s ON/OFF-Volume control for volume level setting. Refer
to Section 3.2.4 when setting the volume on remote control stations.
3.1.2.2
Local Station Microphone
The transceiver’s microphone connector shown in Figure 3-1 is used for local control stations. Refer to
Section 3.2.1 when connecting a microphone to a remote control station.
3.1.3
Local Speaker
The station contains a front firing local speaker for improved performance.
Figure 3-1: Front Panel Features – Local Control Station
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3.2
REMOTE CONTROL STATIONS
In addition to the features found on the local control station, the Remote Control Station, model
CT-013892-002, includes the features described in the following sub-sections.
3.2.1
Remote Station Microphone
The microphone for remote control stations is connected to the remote station microphone connector as
shown in Figure 3-2. Refer to Section 3.1.2.2 when connecting a microphone to a local control station.
For Remote Control Stations, the microphone MUST be connected to the Control
Station’s remote station microphone connector found on the front-left faceplate panel.
Connecting the microphone directly to the transceiver will result in improper operation
of the remote control features.
3.2.2
Intercom Switch
The Intercom Switch places the Control Station in one of two (2) intercom modes, or normal mode. The
Intercom Switch may be set to one of the following three (3) settings:
•
M (UP - Momentary position): This is a spring loaded momentary position that places the local
station in the INTERCOM mode until the operator releases the switch; at which time it will return to
the OFF position. Holding the INTERCOM switch in the M position, and keying the Local Station
Microphone, will NOT key the transceiver. Local Station Microphone audio will be heard only at
remote controllers until the switch is released.
•
OFF (Center position): This position is the NORMAL mode. Transmissions made from the Local
Station Microphone will key the transceiver and transmitted audio will be heard only over-the-air.
Remote controllers will also hear the Control Station’s Local Microphone audio if the REMOTE
switch is set to the ON position.
•
ON (Down position): This position places the Control Station operation in the INTERCOM mode.
Transmissions made from the Local Station Microphone or Remote Controllers will NOT key the
transceiver. Local Station Microphone audio will be heard only by Remote Controllers.
Transmissions made by Remote Controllers will only be heard over the Local Speaker.
3.2.3
Remote Switch and LED Indicator
The Remote Switch provides the local control operator the ability to enable access by remote controllers.
The Remote Switch may be set to one of the following two (2) settings:
•
ON (Down position): This position is the NORMAL mode of operation. It enables Remote
Controller access to the Control Station and illuminates the Remote Indicator LED. Remote
Controllers will be able to transmit or receive over-the-air via the Control Station’s transceiver.
•
OFF (UP position): This position disables radio access to and from Remote Controllers. In this
position, Remote Controllers will not be able to transmit or receive over the Control Station’s radio.
The Remote Switch must be set to the ON position to allow remote controllers to transmit
and receive over-the-air via the Control Station’s transceiver.
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3.2.4
Station Volume Control
The Station Volume Control functions as the Control Station’s master volume control on stations
equipped with the remote control option. The volume control setting for the transceiver is preprogrammed to a fixed level to ensure proper Control Station operation in remote applications.
3.2.5
VU Meter
Control Stations equipped for remote control operation also include a VU Meter. The VU Meter displays,
in bar graph format, audio levels to and from remote controllers.
Figure 3-2: Front Panel Features – Remote Control Station
3.3
REAR PANEL FEATURES
All versions of the CS7000 Control Station share similar rear panel features (refer to Figure 3-3).
CS7000 Control Stations equipped from the factory with a Unity XG-100M also includes a rear-panel
mounted BNC antenna connection for low-band (30 to 50 MHz) operation. The following sub-sections
provide a brief description of the available rear panel features.
3.3.1
AC Power Switch/Cord/Fuse Assembly
The AC Power Switch/Cord/Fuse assembly is located on the left side of the rear panel when facing the
rear panel. As indicated, it serves as the main Control Station ON/OFF switch, AC cord receptacle, and
houses the fuses for the main AC line input. This switch controls AC power to the 120/240, 50/60 Hz
internal AC power supply.
3.3.1.1
AC Power Switch
The main AC Power Switch for the Control Station is located on the left side of the rear panel (when
facing the rear panel), and is part of the AC Power Switch/Cord/Fuse assembly.
3.3.1.2
AC Power Cord Receptacle
The AC Power Cord receptacle for the Control Station is located on the left side of the rear panel (when
facing the rear panel) and is part of the AC Power Switch/Cord/Fuse assembly. The receptacle is an
industry standard IEC-302 type 3-pin power connector.
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3.3.1.3
AC Fuse
The main AC power fuses for the Control Station are located on the left side of the rear panel (when
facing the rear panel) and are part of the AC Power Switch/Cord/Fuse assembly. Caution should be taken
when replacing a suspected blown fuse to ensure the proper value replacement fuse is re-installed. Fuse
replacement should only be attempted by authorized service personnel.
3.3.2
Main Antenna Connector
The Control Station antenna connector located on the rear panel is a 50 ohm Type-N female panelmounted connector. Care must be taken to ensure proper antenna connections at all times.
3.3.3
Internal Fan
The Control Station employs an internal cooling fan which is mounted inside the cabinet near the center
of the rear panel. The fan opening must, at all times, be kept clean and free of objects that could
potentially block the free flow of air.
3.3.4
Earth Ground
The Earth Ground connection is a #10-32 stud used to help dissipate any stray electrical currents away
from the station and to earth ground. This connection should be made before applying AC power to the
Control Station.
3.3.5
CAN Port
The Controller Area Network (CAN) port is similar to standard serial ports and supports full-duplex
connectivity to optional Harris Corporation devices. However, unlike standard serial ports, multiple CAN
devices may share a common CAN bus. A CAN bus is limited to a maximum distance of 250 ft. between
the two furthest devices connected to the CAN bus. The Control Station can be connected anywhere
along the bus. A fiber optic CAN bus extender may be used when CAN bus distances greater than 250
feet are required.
3.3.6
Phone Line Connection (Optional)
The Phone Line connection is an RJ-11 type connection used to connect remotely located tone remote
controllers to the station via a 2-wire or 4-wire dedicated phone line.
3.3.7
Computer Connection
The Computer connection is an RJ-45 type Ethernet port. This port is used to communicate locally with
the Control Station via PC for programming, while the LAN port is connected to a Voice-over-Internet
Protocol (VoIP) controller network.
3.3.8
LAN
The LAN connection is an RJ-45 type Ethernet port. This port is used to connect the desktop to a VoIP
controller network. The controllers may access Control Station functions, commands, and handle
transmit and receive audio as IP packets making this a superior option for users with IP connectivity.
3.3.9
Serial A
The Serial A connection is a USB Type B connection, and is used to access the transceiver’s serial USB
programming port.
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3.3.10 Serial B
The Serial B connection is a DB-9 DCE female connection, and is used to access the transceiver’s serial
RS-232 programming port.
3.3.11 External I/O
The External I/O connector is a DB-25 female connection. This port provides access to local controlling
features of the transceiver such as PTT, TX audio, RX audio, etc. Foot switches and other local external
customer devices may be connected to the Control Station using this connector.
3.3.12 Optional Antenna Connector
CS7000 Control Stations, equipped from the factory with a Unity XG-100M, also include a rear-panel
mounted BNC female antenna connection for low-band (30 to 50 MHz) operation. Care must be taken to
ensure proper antenna connections at all times.
Figure 3-3: Rear Panel Features – Local and Remote Stations
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CONTROL STATION OPERATION
4.1
POWERING UP THE STATION
1. Make sure the Control Station is connected to a functional AC power outlet.
2. On the Control Station’s rear panel (refer to Figure 3-3), turn on the main ON/OFF power switch
located just above the AC power cord. The front panel Power Indicator should be illuminated green.
3. Turn on the transceiver’s ON/OFF Power switch (refer to Figure 3-1).
4.2
GENERAL OPERATION
4.2.1
Setting Up And Using The Control Station Transceiver
Receiving and transmitting a message is affected by how the transceiver, installed into the Control
Station, is programmed; and, how the supporting communications system operates. Refer to the specific
Mobile Radio Operator’s Manual or Quick Guide for a detailed description and operation for the
transceiver installed in the Control Station. Contact your local system administrator or other trained and
qualified operators for system information.
4.2.2
To Receive a Call (Local-Only Control Stations)
1. Set the transceiver to the desired System, Group, or Channel (depends on radio programming) using
the System/Group or Channel knob. The Control Station is now ready to receive messages from other
radios in the system.
2. When the first call is received, it may be necessary to adjust the VOLUME control to the desired
listening level. Use the transceiver’s VOLUME control to set the volume level.
4.2.3
To Make (Transmit) a Call (Local-Only Control Stations)
1. If more than one channel is available, select the proper channel using the radio’s System/Group
Channel knob.
2. For conventional (non-trunked) systems, press the monitor button on the microphone and listen to
make sure no one else is using the channel.
3. Press the PTT switch on the microphone, and then speak into the microphone using a normal
speaking voice. Always release the PTT switch as soon as the message is completed, and listen for an
answer to the call.
4.2.4
To Receive a Call (Remote Controlled Stations)
1. Set the transceiver to the desired system, group, or channel (depends on radio programming) using the
System/Group/Channel knob.
2. Set the REMOTE switch on the Control Station to the ON (down) position so remote controllers can
also hear received messages. The Control Station is now ready to perform the following:
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Receive messages over-the-air from other radios in the system.
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Pass the received signal to remote controllers connected to the Control Station.
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3. When the first call is received, it may be necessary to adjust the volume control to the desired
listening level. Use the Station Volume Control to set to local speaker volume level. Setting this
control does not affect the volume level heard by remote controllers.
4.2.5
To Make (Transmit) a Call (Remote Controlled Stations)
1. If more than one channel is available, select the proper channel using the radio’s
System/Group/Channel knob.
2. Set the REMOTE switch to the ON (down) position to allow remote controllers to key the Control
Station.
3. The Control Station is now ready to transmit messages over-the air from remote controllers connected
to the Control Station.
4. For conventional (non-trunked) systems, press the monitor button on the microphone, or set the
INTERCOM switch to the M (up) position and listen to make sure no one else is using the channel.
5. Press the PTT switch on the microphone, and then speak into the microphone using a normal
speaking voice. Always release the PTT switch as soon as the message is completed, and listen for an
answer to the call.
4.3
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
Control Stations equipped with Intercom and Remote switches may be remotely controlled. The Intercom
and Remote switches determine when remote controllers connected to the Control Station may send and
receive messages via the Control Station.
4.3.1
Enabling Remote Control
Perform the following steps to enable Remote Control Capability:
1. Make sure the Control Station is powered up (refer to Section 4.1).
2.
Set the INTERCOM switch to the OFF (center) position.
3.
Set the REMOTE switch to the ON (down) position.
Setting the INTERCOM switch to OFF (center) position and the REMOTE switch to ON
(down) position is typically the NORMAL mode of operation for remote control
equipped Control Stations.
4.3.2
Disabling Remote Control
Perform the following steps to disable Remote Control operation:
1. Make sure the Control Station is powered up (see Section 4.1).
2.
Set the INTERCOM switch to the OFF (center) position.
3.
Set the REMOTE switch to the OFF (up) position.
Setting the REMOTE switch to the OFF position disables communications to and from
remote controllers including intercom operation.
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4.4
INTERCOM OPERATION
Control Stations equipped with Intercom and Remote switches may make intercom calls to and from
remote controllers connected to the Control Station. The Intercom and Remote switches determine when
and how the Control Station makes intercom calls.
4.4.1
Continuous Intercom Operation (Intercom-Only Mode)
The Continuous Intercom mode of operation allows transmissions between the Control Station and
Remote Controllers (over-the-air transmissions via the Control Station are disabled during this mode).
Perform the following steps to make an Intercom call:
1. Make sure the Control Station is powered up (see Section 4.1).
2.
Set the INTERCOM switch to the ON position.
3.
Set the REMOTE switch to the OFF position.
4.
Press and hold the PTT switch on the Local Station Microphone at the beginning of each
transmission. Release the PTT switch at the end of each transmission.
In the Continuous Intercom mode, neither audio from the Local Station Microphone, nor a
remote controller will be transmitted over-the-air. Only intercom communications is
possible!
4.4.2
Momentary Intercom Operation
The M position on the Intercom switch is spring-loaded (momentary) and returns the switch to the OFF
position when released. This switch position allows the Control Station’s local operator to make an
intercom call without leaving the Control Station in continuous intercom mode. This is a convenient
position to use since the ON position disables over-the-air transmissions from the Control Station.
Perform the following steps to make a Momentary Intercom call:
1. Make sure the Control Station is powered up (see Section 4.1).
2. Set the INTERCOM switch to the M position.
3. Set the REMOTE switch to the OFF position.
4. Press and hold the PTT switch on the Local Station Microphone at the beginning of each
transmission. Release the PTT switch at the end of each transmission.
5. Release the INTERCOM switch when the intercom call is complete.
Audio from the Local Station Microphone or a remote controller will NOT be transmitted
over-the-air during this switch configuration. Only intercom communications are possible!
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REFERENCE MATERIAL
It may be necessary to consult one or more of the following manuals. These manuals will also provide
additional guidance if you encounter technical difficulties during the installation or testing processes.
Table 5-1: Reference Documents
DOCUMENTATION
MANUAL NUMBER
CS7000 Installation Manual
MM-014714-001
M5300 Transceiver Operator’s Manual
MM-012125-001
M5300 Transceiver Quick Guide when using OpenSky Systems
MM-012997-001
M5300 Transceiver Quick Guide when using P25, EDACS, or
Conventional Systems
MM-013232-001
XG-75M/M7300 Transceiver Operator’s Manual
MM-014718-001
XG-75M/M7300 Transceiver Quick Guide when using OpenSky Systems
MM-014368-001
XG-75M/M7300 Transceiver Quick Guide when using P25, EDACS, or
Conventional Systems
MM-014369-001
Unity XG-100M Transceiver Operator’s Manual
14221-1200-2000
Unity XG-100M Transceiver Quick Guide
14221-1200-1000
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INTERCOM AND REMOTE SWITCH SUMMARY
Table 6-1: Summary of Remote and Intercom Switch Positions
SWITCH
POSITIONS
INTERCOM AND
REMOTE ENABLED
INTERCOM-ONLY
(REMOTE DISABLED)
REMOTE ENABLED
REMOTE DISABLED
PTT BUTTON1
STATUS
TRANSMIT
PRIORITY2
COMMENTS
Receive Mode
(No PTTs Pressed).
N/A
The Control Station’s receiver audio is
heard at the Control Station’s speaker and
at the Remote Controller’s speaker.
PTT on Control Station
Microphone Pressed.
1
Audio from Control Station’s Microphone is
heard at the Remote Controller’s speaker.
Intercom Mode Selected
on the Remote Controller
and PTT Pressed.
2
Audio from Remote Controller’s
Microphone is heard at the Control
Station’s speaker.
Transmit Channel Selected
on the Remote Controller
and PTT Pressed.
2
Audio from Remote Controller’s
microphone is heard at the Control
Station’s speaker, and transmitted overthe-air.
Receive Mode
(No PTTs Pressed).
N/A
PTT on Control Station
Microphone Pressed.
1
Audio from Control Station’s Microphone is
heard at the Remote Controller’s speaker.
Remote Controller PTT
Pressed.
2
Microphone audio from Remote Controller
is heard at the Control Station’s speaker.
Receive Mode
(No PTTs Pressed).
N/A
PTT on Control Station
Microphone Pressed.
1
Audio from Control Station’s microphone is
heard at Remote Controller’s speaker, and
transmitted over-the-air.
Intercom Mode Selected
on the Remote Controller
and PTT Pressed.
2
Microphone audio from Remote Controller
is heard at the Control Station’s speaker.
Transmit Channel Selected
on the Remote Controller
and PTT Pressed.
2
Audio from Remote Controller’s
microphone is heard at the Control
Station’s speaker and transmitted over-theair.
Receive Mode
(No PTTs Pressed).
N/A
The Control Station’s receiver audio is
heard at the Control Station’s speaker.
PTT on Control Station
Microphone Pressed.
1
Audio from the Control Station’s
Microphone is transmitted over-the-air.
The Control Station’s receiver audio is
heard at the Control Station’s speaker.
The Control Station’s receiver audio is
heard at its speaker and at the Remote
Controller’s speakers.1
1.
Regarding all PTT actions, it is possible for the Control Station to be programmed to hinder all PTT actions when its
receiver is unmuted (receiving an over-the-air call). PTT actions are restored once the receiver is muted.
2.
PTT actions from the Control Station’s microphone will always take precedence over PTT requests from Remote
Controllers.
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WARRANTY
Please register this product within 10 days of purchase. Registration validates the warranty coverage, and
enables Harris to contact you in case of any safety notifications issued for this product.
Registration can be made on-line at the Customer Care center webpage:
https://www.harris.com/solution/pspc-customer-service
While on the webpage, please review the applicable battery and/or
product warranty literature.
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About Harris Corporation
Harris Corporation is a leading technology
innovator that creates mission-critical solutions
that connect, inform and protect the world.
The company’s advanced technology provides
information and insight to customers operating
in demanding environments from ocean to
orbit and everywhere in between. Harris has
approximately $8 billion in annual revenue and
supports customers in 125 countries through
four
customer-focused
business
segments:
Communication Systems, Space and Intelligence
Systems,
Electronic
Systems,
and
Critical
Networks.
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