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VEHICULAR CHARGER
(IMPRESTM Compatible System)
NNTN7624
User Guide
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SAFETY AND GENERAL INFORMATION
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Do not replace or charge batteries in potentially explosive atmosphere.
Contact sparking may occur while installing or removing batteries and cause
an explosion.
Due to the risk of electrical shock or other physical injury, never insert your
hands into the charger pocket.
Product Safety and RF Exposure Compliance
Before using this product, read the operating instructions for safe
usage contained in the “Product Safety and RF Exposure Booklet”
enclosed with your radio, (Motorola publication number
6881095C98 and 6864117B25) to ensure compliance with RF
energy exposure limits.
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WARNING
All batteries can cause property damage and/or bodily injury such as burns if
a conductive material such as jewelry, keys or beaded chains touches
exposed terminals. The material may complete an electrical circuit (short
circuit) and become quite hot. Exercise care in handling any charged battery,
particularly when placing it inside a pocket, purse or other container with
metal objects.
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Operational Warnings
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WARNING
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Vehicles With an Air Bag
Do not place a portable radio or install radio communications equipment in the
area over an air bag or in the air bag deployment area. Air bags inflate with great
force. If a portable radio is placed in the air bag deployment area and the air bag
inflates, the radio may be propelled with great force and cause serious injury to
occupants of the vehicle.
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Installation of vehicle communication equipment should be performed by a
professional installer/technician qualified in the requirements for such
installations. An airbag’s size, shape, and deployment area can vary by
vehicle make, model, and front compartment configuration (e.g., bench seat
vs. bucket seats).
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Contact the vehicle manufacturer’s corporate headquarters, if necessary, for
specific airbag information for the vehicle make, model, and front compartment
configuration involved in your communication equipment installation.
Blasting Caps and Areas
To avoid possible interference with blasting operations, turn your radio off and
remove it from the charger when you are near electrical blasting caps, in a
blasting area, or in areas posted “Turn off two-way radio.” Obey all signs and
instructions.
Operational Cautions
Efficient System Operation
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All equipment must be properly grounded according to Motorola installation
instructions for safe operation.
All equipment should be serviced only by an authorized technician.
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About the Vehicular Charger
The NNTN7624 Vehicular Charger kit is used for charging a radio (or battery alone)
when inside a vehicle. The Vehicular Charger kit includes a mounting bracket (to mount
the unit inside the vehicle) and wire harness.
Kit (PN)
Chemistry
IMPRES
NNTN7033
Li-Ion
Yes
NNTN7034
Li-Ion
Yes
NNTN7035
NiMH
Yes
NNTN7036
NiMH
Yes
NNTN7037
NiMH
Yes
NNTN7038*
Li-Ion
Yes
NNTN7573
NiMH
Yes
NNTN8092
Li-Ion
Yes
NNTN8921
Li-Ion
Yes
NNTN8930
Li-Ion
Yes
PMNN4485
Li-Ion
Yes
PMNN4486
Li-Ion
Yes
PMNN4487
Li-Ion
Yes
PMNN4494
Li-Ion
Yes
PMNN4504
Li-Ion
Yes
PMNN4505
Li-Ion
Yes
*Note:
IMPRES 2
This battery requires Battery Adapter part number NNTN7688 to engage into
the Vehicular Charger to ensure access for proper charging.
The charger uses a microprocessor to sense the type of battery inserted and control the
rate of charge accordingly. A battery will be charged at a rapid rate until it is >90%
charged and then it will trickle charge until the battery is >95% charged. The charger
will then switch to a maintenance charge mode to keep the battery fully charged.
The charger has IMPRESTM charger to battery communication capability which means
it will log charging events and data in the IMPRESTM battery. This charger does not have
automated reconditioning as IMPRESTM Desktop Chargers do. Therefore, for an initial
calibration (this Vehicular Charger DOES NOT initialize a new IMPRESTM battery) and
subsequent recommended recalibration, this unit will indicate when the IMPRESTM
battery needs to be taken to an IMPRESTM Desktop Charger for reconditioning/
calibration in order to maintain fuel gauge capability on the appropriate radio.
The charger can charge either a battery that is attached to a radio or just the battery
alone. This allows a spare battery to be maintained in a fully charged condition.
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The NNTN7624 Tri-Chemistry Vehicular Charger is designed and approved to charge
the following batteries for APX7000 series portable radios:
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A radio can be operated while in the charger, but this will prolong the amount of time
needed to fully charge the battery.
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Note:
Excessive use of a radio while it is in the charger will cause its battery to
become discharged.
The Vehicular Charger has a VRS (Vehicle Repeater System) Toggle Switch which,
once enabled, provides an output signal such that when the portable radio is pulled out
of the pocket would provide repeater functionality.
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Getting to Know Your Vehicular Charger
Note:
Repeater (VRS) Status LED and Repeater (VRS) Status Toggle are only used
when there is a repeater.
RJ11 - Future Use
(Display Module)
Power Connector Attaches to Power
Harness supplied
with unit.
Heatsink
Ground Stud - This can
be used to tie the
Vehicular Charger to
the chassis ground.
VRS Status LED
VRS Status Toggle Allows the user to
enable the repeater
when no radio is
present.
Charger
Status LED
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Programming Port
- Programming via
RLN5671 Field
Programmer
only by service
personnel.
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Guide Pins - help
alignment within the
U-Bracket or trunnion
Strap System
secures radio and/
or battery
in the
pocket.
Lock - locks the
vehicular charger within the
U-Bracket (is secured with
the use of #10 star washers
and thumbscrews.
Installation
Mounting hardware supplied includes a trunnion bracket for mounting the unit below the
vehicle dashboard, on the floor, or on the wall, and a cable for connection to the
vehicle’s electrical system. The bracket enables the charger to be pivoted to a position
that offers the best security to the portable radio during rough driving conditions.
Operation Caution
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Ensure the rear of the Vehicular Charger, especially around the heatsink is clear
of any obstruction that would otherwise restrict air movement.
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The vehicular charger is designed for 12-volt, negative ground system.
Install the vehicular charger as follows:
1.
Plan the location for mounting the charger. Identify the routing paths for the cable and
verify that the cable length is adequate. Also check the mounting penetrations
required. On most vehicles, it is necessary to penetrate the firewall to reach the
battery. Check the opposite side of the firewall for cable clearance before drilling
holes. Protect the cable where it passes through the firewall by use of appropriate
rubber grommets (not supplied) or other protective measures.
Survey the firewall for existing holes occupied by vehicle wire harnesses. Often
there is an opportunity to route other cables using the same path. Because of the
wide variation in vehicle design, these instructions may be modified to suit each
particular installation.
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A properly installed unit will minimize service calls and equipment downtime.
Consider the following guidelines when planning the installation:
DO consider a mounting location which will allow the unit to be mounted at a 45degree up angle. This angle provides operational convenience and physical
security for the portable radio under rough traveling conditions.
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DO use heat shrink tubing on all splices.
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DO ensure that the cable is not placed under stress, is not exposed to weather,
and is not subjected to damage due to engine heat.
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DO retain the in-line cable fuse when trimming the cable to fit. Locate the inline fuse as close as practical to the supply voltage connection.
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DO check the opposite sides of all mounting surfaces before drilling, to insure
that there are no obstructions, such as vehicle wiring and fluid lines.
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DO check to make sure the charger heat sink on the back of the unit has
adequate ventilation space when mounted in vehicle.
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DON’T attach the unit to any part of the vehicle that is not rigid or is subject to
excessive vibration.
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DON’T install the unit in an area where rain or snow can easily get into it, such
as next to a vehicle window which may be left open.
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DON’T install the unit in a location where it could interfere with the vehicle’s
operator or operating controls.
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DON’T dress the cable over sharp edges that could cause wear or tearing of
cable insulation.
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DON’T install the unit in a location where it may be difficult for the operator to
reach.
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DON’T install the unit where it may interfere with the vehicle safety air bag
deployment.
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DON’T install the unit where the LED indicators and switch may become
physically damaged.
2.
Using the trunnion bracket as a template, mark the mounting surface drilling
locations. It is recommended that at least four screws be used, with 1/4 inch being
the preferred fastener diameter.
3.
Re-verify that there are no wires, fluid lines, or other obstructions on the other side
of the mounting location, and drill appropriate sized holes for the mounting screws
to be used.
4.
Referring to Figure 1, mount the bracket using appropriate screws, washers, lock
washers, and nuts.
5.
Insert the unit into the bracket, and install the washer and threaded knob into the
housing, as shown in Figure 1.
6.
Rotate the unit to the preplanned mounting angle and tighten the two threaded
knobs holding the charger to the bracket.
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Figure 1 .Installing the Vehicular Charger
7.
Referring to Table 1 and Figure 2, connect the red (A+) wire (with the inline fuse)
of the supplied cable to either an unswitched terminal on the vehicle’s fuse box or
directly to the positive (+) terminal of the vehicle’s battery. Always position the
fuse as close to the voltage source as possible.
8.
a. Standard wiring to vehicle Switched A+ : Charging OFF with vehicle OFF
For installations where the radio may be left in the charger with the vehicle’s
ignition switched OFF and minimal vehicle battery current drain is important, the
standard wiring connection of the yellow wire to vehicle switched A+ will disable
charging. Connect the yellow (ignition sense) wire (with the inline fuse) to a
switched terminal on the vehicle’s fuse box. It is important not to connect the
yellow wire to the red lead.
Note:The charger will remain ON for approximately 30-minutes after ignition is
turned OFF.
b. Optional wiring to vehicle A+ : Charging ON with vehicle OFF
When the radio is left in the charger for charging with the vehicle’s ignition switched
off, the optional wiring connection of the yellow wire to always live vehicle A+ will
keep the charger ON. The charger, in this condition will not power down and will
continue to drain the vehicle battery.
9.
Connect the black (Gnd) wire to any convenient vehicle ground. DO NOT connect
the black wire directly to the vehicle battery negative terminal.
10. The white wire is for vehicular repeater operation only. Please refer to installation
instructions of the vehicular repeater for instructions on the connection of this
wire.
11. Recheck all wiring connections, cable routing, and all physical aspects of the
installation. Carefully insert the connector on the end of the cable into the mating
connector on the back of the charger and test the charger for proper operation.
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Important Note: If a vehicular repeater is installed, verify operation of the repeater
before leaving the vicinity of the vehicle.
RED
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+
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13.8 VOLT
VEHICLE
BATTERY
2-AMP
INLINE FUSE
GROMMET
FIREWALL
A+
OPTIONAL
YELLOW
FUSE
BOX
SWITCHED A+
STANDARD
0.25-AMP
INLINE FUSE
BLACK
VEHICULAR
CHARGER
VEHICLE
CHASSIS
OPTIONAL
REPEATER
WHITE
Figure 2 Cable Console
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
Connected To
Positive (+) vehicle battery terminal or unswitched fuse terminal
Repeater (VRS)
N/C
Switched fuse terminal (ignition sense)
N/C
Vehicle ground
Table 1 Cable Connector Pins
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AWG
Signal
Color
A+
Repeater
PAC - (VRS)
RT
Red
White
18
20
Ignition Sense
Yellow
18
18
Gnd
Black
Fuse2A2A
250V
Fuse
250V
18
18
18
20
Pin
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
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Fuse 0.25A
.5A 250A
Fuse
250V
Connector P-1
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36”(914 mm)
21” (533 mm)
16”(406 mm)
Fuse Holder
Inline Type
Connector P1
Molex P/N: 03-09-1064
Pin 6
Pin 4
Pin 2
Pin 1
MAEPF-27085-O
Figure 3 Cable Wiring Diagram
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Securing the Radio in the Vehicular Charger
1.
Anyone intending to operate the vehicular charger is advised to locate and
become familiar with:
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The Ballistic Nylon Strap. (Tri-Glide adjustment between battery alone or radio
with battery attached)
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The Retention Housing (Latch)
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The Engagement Bar (Faceplate).
2.
When the vehicular charger is not in use, the latch may be engaged to the Top
Engagement Bar on the Faceplate.
3.
To use the vehicular charger, disengage the latch from the Top Engagement Bar
on the Faceplate.
4.
Insert the portable radio or battery alone into the charger pocket. For Non-Display
Models, insert the Radio with Battery such that the Main Speaker faces UP; BeltClip (if installed) and Battery Contacts face DOWN. For Large Display (Rear)
Models, insert the Radio with Battery such that the Main Speaker faces UP; Large
LCD Display and Battery Contacts face DOWN. For Battery Alone, contacts face
DOWN.
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The NNTN7616 Vehicular Charger is equipped with a feature that reduces the risk of a
portable radio (or battery alone) in the pocket from becoming dislodged and potentially
hazardous in the event of a vehicular collision. Operators are instructed to follow the
vehicular charger installation instructions and to use this feature as follows:
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For radios with an antenna installed, loop the strap between the base of the
antenna and base of the channel selector, and then engage the latch onto the Top
Engagement Bar on the Faceplate. Adjust the strap through the Tri-Glide to
secure radio with battery attached within the Vehicular Charger (refer to Figure 4).
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5.
Figure 4 . Radio with Battery, Antenna, PSM or RFA Attached
— or —
For radios with a Public Safety Microphone (PSM) and RF Adapter installed,
adjust the strap through the Tri-Glide to secure radio with battery attached within
the Vehicular Charger (refer to Figure 4).
— or —
For charging a nickel or non-NNTN7038 lithium battery that is not attached to a
radio, loop the strap over the top of the battery, then engage the latch onto the Top
Engagement Bar on the Faceplate. Adjust the strap through the Tri-Glide to
secure battery within Vehicular Charger (refer to Figure 5).
Note:
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Battery is inserted contacts facing DOWN.
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Figure 5 .Ni-Battery without Radio
6.
For charging lithium battery, NNTN7038, that is not attached to a radio, engage
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the latch onto the Top Engagement Bar on the Faceplate
(refer to Figure 7).
Note:
7.
Battery is inserted contacts facing DOWN.
Before you remove a portable radio or battery from the vehicular charger, first
disengage the latch from the Top Engagement Bar.
Figure 7. Li-Ion Battery with Adapter
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Operating the Vehicular Charger
Never place any objects other than a radio and/or battery into the
charger pocket — this could damage the charger!
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Please avoid contact (direct or incidental) with the heatsink.
WARNING
Operation of the charger is automatic. When a portable radio or a battery is not in the
charger’s pocket, the charger is in standby mode.
Note:
Please ensure initial charge of an IMPRESTM battery is performed in an
IMPRESTM Desktop Charger to calibrate the battery for optimal performance.
IMPRESTM batteries, which are not first calibrated in an IMPRESTM Desktop
Charger will not allow the display of fuel gauge on an IMPRESTM radio.
Important Note: Wait until the previous battery LED goes out prior to re-inserting a
battery or inserting a new battery into the Vehicular Charger.
To charge a battery, place the radio and battery (or battery alone) into the pocket and
push all the way in. While pushing the radio into the pocket, take care not to
inadvertently activate the radio’s emergency button.
If a battery alone is placed in the charger, be sure that the contacts are facing DOWN,
or, in the case of the NNTN7038 Battery, that the battery is installed onto adapter kit
number NNTN7688 prior to engagement into the charger. When the battery is properly
seated in the charger pocket, the red LED will light steadily. This indicates that the
battery is being charged in the rapid-charge mode.
When the radio/battery are in the charger pocket, fasten the safety strap as shown in
Figure 4. If a battery alone is in the pocket, fasten securely as shown in Figure 5 or 7.
This will prevent the battery from being shaken out of the charger during rough traveling
conditions, and will also prevent it from becoming a dangerous projectile in the event of
a vehicle crash.
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LED indicators on the front panel of the charger indicate charger status:
BATTERY CHARGE STATUS INDICATION
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LED INDICATOR
CHARGE STATUS
BLINKING RED
Battery is not chargeable or not making proper contact.
RED
Battery is in rapid charge mode or in charge recovery due to low
voltage battery.
BLINKING YELLOW
Battery is recognized by charger but is waiting to rapid charge. The
battery temperature is too low or high to allow rapid charging. When
this condition is corrected, the battery will automatically begin rapid
charging.
BLINKING GREEN
Battery has completed rapid charge (>90% available capacity).
Charger is in trickle charge mode.
GREEN
Battery has completed charging and is >95% charged.
Charger is in maintenance charge mode.
ALTERNATING REDGREEN
(This Feature applies to IMPRESTM Batteries Only)
Battery has completed charging and is fully charged. Battery
continues to be usable, but may be nearing the end of it’s rated
service life.
ALTERNATING YELLOWGREEN (during first 4
seconds after insertion and
upon charge completion)
(This Feature applies to IMPRESTM Batteries Only)
Battery must be reconditioned/recalibrated in an IMPRESTM Desktop
Charger. Batteries not calibrated will not display fuel gauge on
IMPRESTM radio.
Note:
Upon a recalibration recommended indication (Alternating Yellow-Green
either in the first 4-seconds after initial insertion into the Vehicular Charger or
after charge completion), please ensure within the next few charge-cycles or
days, that the IMPRESTM battery is charged in an IMPRESTM Desktop
Charger to calibrate the battery for maintaining optimal performance. Manual
reconditioning may be required when removing a battery indicating
Alternating Yellow-Green from the Vehicular Charger and inserting that battery
into an IMPRESTM desktop charger within 30 minutes. This is due to an
IMPRESTM feature that prevents battery over-charging and cycle life loss. If
the above battery is outside of the vehicular charger for more than 30 minutes
prior to inserting it into an IMPRESTM desktop charger, automatic
reconditioning will occur.
REPEATER (VRS) STATUS INDICATION
LED INDICATOR
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CHARGE STATUS
OFF
Repeater (VRS) not enabled.
ORANGE
Repeater (VRS) enabled.
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Specifications
Input Voltage:
11-16 Vdc (13.6V Nominal)
Maximum Charge Rate:
1250 mA +/- 15%
Charge Current Accuracy:
Output > 400 mA +/- 15% of value
Output >= 400 mA +/- 20% of value
Output <= 50 mA +/- 20mA
Rapid Charge Cycle:
3 hours typical, depending upon battery type, capacity
and state of charge.
Size:
3.7" W x 3.7" H x 5.3" D
Weight:
2.75 Lbs (approx.)
Operating Temperature:
+41°F to +113°F (+5°C to +45°C)
Inline Fuses:
AGC 2 Amp and AGC 0.25 Amp
Repeater (VRS) Output:
Open Circuit - Output Voltage (Vvrs)
7.4 Vtyp @ 13.6 V input
Warranty Replacement
Motorola, Inc. (“Motorola”) warrants the Vehicular Charger against defects in material
and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of one (1) year from
shipment. Items will be repaired or replaced free of charge for the full warranty period.
Freight charges to and from the place where warranty replacement is provided shall be
the Customer’s responsibility.
This warranty does NOT cover defects or damages to the Vehicular Charger resulting
from (a) use in a manner other than normal operation as specified in the instruction
manual; (b) misuse, accident, or neglect; (c) improper disassembly, testing, operation,
maintenance, installation, adjustment, alteration, repair, or any modification by the
Customer or any person without prior written consent of Motorola.
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