CLS Two-Way Radio User Guide [P/N # 6864110W15 Rev

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Contents
Monitoring a Channel ....................27
Notes
Scanning .......................................27
Introduction ....................................... 1
Customer
Programming Mode ......29
FCC Licensing Information .............. 3
Factory Default Settings ................30
Interference Information .................. 3
Entering Advanced Configuration
RF Energy Exposure Awareness and
Mode ..........................................31
Control Information and
Feature
Summary Chart .................39
Operational Instructions for
Features
........................................39
Occupational Use ........................ 5
Backlight
........................................39
Radio Controls ................................ 17
Call
Tones
.....................................39
Getting Started ................................ 18
Channels
.......................................40
Installing the Batteries ................... 18
Cloning Mode ................................41
Installing the Swivel Belt Holster ... 19
Frequencies ..................................41
Charging the Battery ..................... 20
Bandwidth Range ..........................42
Turning Your Radio On and Off .... 23
Codes, Interference Eliminator Codes
Adjusting the Volume .................... 24
(CTCSS/DPL) ............................42
Reading the Display ...................... 24
Keypad
Beep (or Keypad Tone) ....42
Talking and Receiving .................... 25
Keypad
Lock
.................................42
Basic Radio Operation .................. 25
Low
Battery
Alert
- Shutdown ........43
Signal Strength and Channel Busy
Maximum Channels ......................43
Indicators ................................... 25
Microphone Gain Level .................43
Talk Range .................................... 26
Monitor ..........................................43
Locking the Keypad ...................... 26
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Nuisance Ch Delete ...................... 44
Scan Advanced ............................. 44
Reset to Factory Defaults (2) ........ 45
Reverse Burst ............................... 45
Scan .............................................. 45
Cloning Radio Settings .................. 46
Advanced Features ........................ 47
Troubleshooting ............................ 49
Use and Care .................................. 52
Frequencies and Bandwidths ....... 53
Accessories .................................... 61
Batteries ........................................ 61
Audio Accessories ........................ 61
Carry Accessories ......................... 61
Chargers ....................................... 62
Programming Accessories ............ 62
Warranty .......................................... 63
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Thank you for purchasing a Motorola VLR150 Radio. Your radio is a product of
Motorola’s long experience as a world leader in designing and manufacturing
communications equipment. The VLR150 radios provide cost-effective
communications for businesses such as retail stores, restaurants, hotels, and
schools. Motorola professional two-way radios are the perfect communications
solution for all of today’s fast-paced industries.
Please read this guide carefully so you know how to properly operate the radio
before use.
Package Contents
• VLR150 Radio
• Swivel Belt Holster
• Lithium Ion Battery
• Drop-In Charger with Transformer
• Quick Reference Guide
Introduction
Introduction
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Introduction
For product-related questions, please call:
1-800-448-6686 or 0-800-16872 (Brazil)
Or Visit:
www.motorolasolutions.com/VLR150
ATTENTION
Before using this product, read the RF energy awareness information and operating
instructions in the Safety and General Information section of this guide to ensure
compliance with RF energy exposure limits.
MOTOROLA, MOTO, MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS and the Stylized M logo are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC and are used under license. All other trademarks are the
property of their respective owners.
© 2016 Motorola Solutions, Inc.
All rights reserved
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Interference Information
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the condition that this device does
not cause harmful interference.
VLR150 Business two-way radios operate on radio frequencies that are regulated by the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC). To transmit on these frequencies, you are required to have a license
issued by the FCC. Application is made available on FCC Form 601 and Schedules D, H, and Remittance Form
159.
To obtain these FCC forms, request document 000601 which includes all forms and instructions. If you wish to
have the document faxed, mailed or have questions, use the following contact information.
Faxed contact the
Fax-On- Demand
system at:
1-202-418-0177
Mailed call the FCC forms hotline at:
1-800-418-FORM
1-800-418-3676
Questions regarding FCC
license contact the FCC at:
1-888-CALL-FCC
1-888-225-5322
Or: http://www.fcc.gov
Before filling out your application, you must decide which frequency(ies) you can operate on. See “Frequencies
and Code Charts”. For questions on determining the radio frequency, call Motorola Product Services at:
1-800-448-6686 or 0-800-16872 (Brazil).
FCC Licensing Information
FCC Licensing Information
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Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Motorola may void the user’s authority granted by the FCC
to operate this radio and should not be made. To comply with FCC requirements, transmitter adjustments should
be made only by or under the supervision of a person certified as technically qualified to perform transmitter
maintenance and repairs in the private land mobile and fixed services as certified by an organization
representative of the user of those services.
Replacement of any transmitter component (crystal, semiconductor, etc.) not authorized by the FCC equipment
authorization for this radio could violate FCC rules.
Use of this radio outside the country where it was intended to be distributed is subject to government regulations
and may be prohibited
RF Energy Exposure Awareness and Control Information and
Operational Instructions for Occupational Use
NOTICE: This radio is intended for use in occupational/controlled conditions where users have full
knowledge of their exposure and can exercise control over their exposure to meet the
occupational limits in FCC and International standards. This radio device is NOT
authorized for general population consumer use.
This two-way radio uses electromagnetic energy in the radio frequency (RF) spectrum to provide
communications between two or more users over a distance. It uses radio frequency (RF) energy or radio
waves to send and receive calls. RF energy is one form of electromagnetic energy. Other forms include,
but are not limited to, sunlight and x-rays. RF energy, however, should not be confused with these other
forms of electromagnetic energy, which when used improperly, can cause biological damage. Very high
levels of x-rays, for example, can damage tissues and genetic material.
Experts in science, engineering, medicine, health, and industry work with organizations to develop
standards for safe exposure to RF energy. These standards provide recommended levels of RF exposure
for both workers and the general public. These recommended RF exposure levels include substantial
margins of protection.
All Motorola two-way radios are designed, manufactured, and tested to ensure they meet
government-established RF exposure levels. In addition, manufacturers also recommend specific
operating instructions to users of two-way radios. These instructions are important because they inform
users about RF energy exposure and provide simple procedures on how to control it.
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Please refer to the following websites for more information on what RF energy exposure is and how to
control your exposure to assure compliance with established RF exposure limits:
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety/rf-faqs.html
www.who.int/en/
http://responsibility.motorolasolutions.com/index.php/downloads/dow07-rfexposureassessmentstand
Federal Communication Commission (FCC) Regulations
When two-way radios are used as a consequence of employment, the FCC requires users to be fully
aware of and able to control their exposure to meet occupational requirements. Exposure awareness can
be facilitated by the use of a product label directing users to specific user awareness information. Your
Motorola two-way radio has a RF Exposure Product Label. Also, your Motorola user manual, or separate
safety booklet includes information and operating instructions required to control your RF exposure and
to satisfy compliance requirements.
Compliance with RF Exposure Standards
Your Motorola two-way radio is designed and tested to comply with a number of national and
International standards and guidelines (listed below) for human exposure to radio frequency
electromagnetic energy. This radio complies with the IEEE (FCC) and ICNIRP exposure limits for
occupational/controlled RF exposure environments at operating duty factors of up to 50% talk50% listen and is approved for occupational use only. In terms of measuring RF energy for
compliance with these exposure guidelines, your radio generates measurable RF energy only while it
is transmitting (during talking), not when it is receiving (listening) or in standby mode.
NOTE: The approved batteries, supplied with this radio, are rated for a 5-5-90 duty factor (5% talk-5%
listen-90% standby) even though this radio complies with FCC occupational exposure limits and
may operate at duty factors of up to 50% talk.
Your Motorola two-way radio complies with the following RF energy exposure
standards and guidelines:
• United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Code of Federal Regulations; 47 CFR et
seq. & FCC, OET Bulletin 65
• Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) C95.1
• International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP)
• Ministry of Health (Canada) Safety Code 6 & Industry Canada RSS-102
• Australian Communications Authority Radiocommunications Standard et seq.
• ANATEL ANNEX to Resolution No. 303 et seq.
RF Exposure Compliance and Control Guidelines and Operating Instructions for
Two-Way Radio Operations
To control your exposure and ensure compliance with the occupational/controlled environment exposure
limits, always adhere to the following procedures.
• DO NOT remove the RF Exposure Label from the device.
• User awareness instructions should accompany device when transferred to other users.
Two-Way Radio Operation
• Transmit no more than the rated duty factor of 50% of the time. To transmit (talk), push the
Push-To-Talk (PTT) button. To receive calls, release the PTT button. The PTT button may reside on the
radio itself or may be hosted on approved wired or wireless (for example, a Bluetooth enabled remote
Push-to-Talk button) accessories. Transmitting 50% of the time, or less, is important because this radio
generates measurable RF energy exposure only when transmitting (in terms of measuring for
standards compliance).
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• In front of the face. Hold the radio in a vertical position with the microphone (and other
parts of the radio including the antenna) at least one inch (2.5 centimeters) away from
the nose or lips. Keeping the radio at a proper distance is important to ensure
compliance.
NOTE: RF exposures decrease with increasing distance from the antenna.
• Body Worn Operation. When worn on the body, always place the radio in a Motorola-approved clip,
holder, holster, case, or body harness for this product. Using approved body-worn accessories is
important because the use of non-Motorola-approved accessories may result in exposure levels, which
exceed the occupational/controlled environment RF exposure limits.
• Use only Motorola-approved supplied or replacement antennas, batteries, and audio accessories. Use
of non-Motorola-approved antennas, batteries, and wired or wireless accessories may exceed the
applicable RF exposure guidelines (iEEE, ICNIRP or FCC).
• For a list of Motorola-approved accessories for your radio model, visit the following website: http://
www.motorolasolutions.com/governmentandenterprise
Electromagnetic Interference/Compatibility
NOTE: Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI) if inadequately
shielded, designed, or otherwise configured for electromagnetic compatibility.
Facilities
To avoid electromagnetic interference and/or compatibility conflicts, turn off your radio in any facility
where posted notices instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment
that is sensitive to external RF energy.
Aircraft
When instructed to do so, turn off your radio when on board an aircraft. Any use of a radio must be in
accordance with applicable regulations per airline crew instructions.
Medical Devices
Pacemakers, Defibrillators or other Implanted Medical Devices
Persons with pacemakers, Implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (ICDs) or other active implantable
medical devices (AIMD) should:
• Consult with their physicians regarding the potential risk of interference from radio frequency
transmitters, such as portable radios (poorly shielded medical devices may be more susceptible to
interference).
• Turn the radio OFF immediately if they have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place.
• Do not carry the radio in a chest pocket or near the implantation site, and carry or use the radio on the
opposite side of their body from the implantable device to minimize the potential for interference.
Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless radios may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you
may want to consult your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if it is
adequately shielded from RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this
information.
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Use of Communication Devices While Driving
Always check the laws and regulations on the use of radios in the areas where you drive.
• Give full attention to driving and to the road.
• Use hands-free operation, if available.
• Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call, if driving conditions or regulations so
require.
Acoustic Safety
Exposure to loud noises from any source for extended periods of time may temporarily or permanently
affect your hearing. The louder the radio's volume, the less time is required before your hearing could be
affected. Hearing damage from loud noise is sometimes undetectable at first and can have a cumulative
effect.
To protect your hearing:
• Use the lowest volume necessary to do your job.
• Turn up the volume only if you are in noisy surroundings.
• Turn down the volume before adding headset or earpiece.
• Limit the amount of time you use headsets or earpieces at high volume.
• When using the radio without a headset or earpiece, do not place the radio's speaker directly against
your ear.
Operational Warnings
For Vehicle With Air Bags:
WARNING
Refer to vehicle manufacturer's manual prior to installation of electronic equipment to
avoid interference with air bag wiring.
DO NOT place a portable radio 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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Operational Warnings (Continued)
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
WARNING
(Explosive atmospheres refers to hazard classified locations that may contain
hazardous gas, vapors, or dusts.)
Turn off your radio prior to entering any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere
unless it is a portable radio type especially qualified for use in such areas as
Intrinsically Safe (for example, Factory Mutual, CSA, UL, or CENELEC).
DO NOT remove, install, or charge batteries in such areas. Sparks in a potentially
explosive atmosphere can cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even
death.
The areas with potentially explosive atmospheres referred to above include fueling
areas such as below decks on boats, fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities, and
areas where the air contains chemicals or particles such as grain, dust or metal
powders. Areas with potentially explosive atmospheres are often, but not always,
posted.
Blasting Caps and Blasting Areas
To avoid possible interference with blasting operations, turn off your radio when you
are near electrical blasting caps, in a blasting area, or in areas posted: "Turn off twoway radio." Obey all signs and instructions.
Operational Cautions
Antennas
Caution
DO NOT use any portable radio that has a damaged antenna. If a damaged antenna comes
into contact with your skin, a minor burn can result.
Batteries
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 conductive
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.
Hazard Locations (Intrinsically) Safe Radio Information
The Intrinsically safe approval unit refers to a product that has been approved as intrinsically safe by an
approval agency (for example FM Approvals, CSA, UL, or Cenelec) and certifies that a particular product
meets the Agency's applicable intrinsic safety standards for specific types of hazardous classified
locations. A portable radio that has been approved for intrinsic safety will have Approval label attached to
the radio to identify the unit as being Approved for specified hazardous atmospheres. This label specifies
the hazardous Class/Division/Group along with the part number of the battery that must be used. The
Intrinsically Safe Approval Label will be located on the portable radio unit.
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Operational Cautions for Intrinsic Safe Equipment
Caution
• DO NOT operate radio communications equipment in a hazardous atmosphere unless it is a
type especially qualified (for example, FM, UL, CSA, or CENELEC approved). An explosion
or fire may result.
• DO NOT operate a radio unit that has been approved as intrinsically safe product in a
hazardous atmosphere if it has been physically damaged (for example, cracked housing).
An explosion or fire may result.
• DO NOT replace or charge batteries in a hazardous atmosphere. Contact sparking may
occur while installing or removing batteries and cause an explosion or fire.
Warnings for Radios Approved as Intrinsically Safe
Radios must ship from the Motorola manufacturing facility with the hazardous atmosphere capability and
the intrinsic safety approval labelling (FM, UL, CSA, CENELEC). Radios will not be upgraded to this
capability and labeled once they have been shipped to the field.
A modification changes the unit’s hardware from its original design configuration. Modifications can only
be made by the original product manufacturer.
• DO NOT replace or change accessories in a hazardous atmosphere. Contact sparking may
occur while installing or removing accessories and cause an explosion or fire.
• Turn the radio off before removing or installing a battery or accessory.
W A R N I N G • DO NOT disassemble an intrinsically safe product in any way that exposes the internal
circuits of the unit.
• Failure to use an intrinsically safe approved battery or Approved accessories specifically
approved for the radio unit may result in the dangerously unsafe condition of an
unapproved radio combination being used in a hazardous location.
• Unauthorized or incorrect modification of the intrinsically safe approved Product will
negate the approval rating of the product.
• Incorrect repair or relabeling of any intrinsically safe Agency-approved radio could
adversely affect the Approval rating of the unit.
• Use of a radio that is not intrinsically safe in a hazardous atmosphere could result in
serious injury or death.
Repair
REPAIRS FOR MOTOROLA PRODUCTS WITH INTRINSICALLY SAFE APPROVAL ARE
THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE USER.
WARNING
Repairs to a Motorola FM approved radio product should only be done at a location that
has been FM audited under the FM 3605 repairs and service standard.
Contact Motorola for assistance regarding repairs and service of Motorola intrinsically
safe equipment.
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A repair constitutes something done internally to the unit that would bring it back to its original condition.
Items not considered as repairs are those in which an action is performed on a unit which does not
require the outer casing of the unit to be opened in a manner that exposes the internal electrical circuits
of the unit.
Do Not Substitute Options or Accessories
The Motorola communications equipment certified as intrinsically safe by the approving agency, (FM, UL,
CSA, CENELEC) is tested as a complete system which consists of the listed agency Approved portable,
Approved battery, and Approved accessories or options, or both. This Approved portable and battery
combination must be strictly observed. There must be no substitution of items, even if the substitute has
been previously Approved with a different Motorola communications equipment unit. Approved
configurations are listed by the Approving Agency (FM, UL, CSA, CENELEC).
The Intrinsically Safe Approval Label affixed to radio refers to the intrinsically safe classification of that
radio product, and the approved batteries that can be used with that system.
The manual PN referenced on the Intrinsically Safe Approval Label identifies the approved Accessories and or
options that can be used with that portable radio unit.
Using a non-Motorola-intrinsically-safe battery and or accessory with the Motorola approved radio unit will void
the intrinsically safe approval of that radio unit.
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Radio Controls
Microphone
Use B to:
Transmit call tone
Accessory Jack
Use Push to Talk to:
Talk
Exit a menu
Use [ and ] to:
Change channels
Change menu settings
Use T to:
Monitor the frequency
Scan channels
Radio Controls
Use P to:
Turn radio on/off
Adjust radio volume
Speaker
Use S to:
Lock the keypad
Scroll through menus
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Getting Started
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Installing the Batteries
Your radio uses a rechargeable Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) battery.
Li-Ion Battery
1. If the battery door is already in place, push down on the
recess on the door and slide it off the radio.
2. Insert the battery, printed arrows first, into the battery
compartment and press down to secure firmly in place.
3. Slide and snap the battery door into place.
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Installing the Swivel Belt Holster
1. Slide the bottom of the radio into the holster until it snaps
into place.
2. To remove, push the tab on the holster and pull the radio
away from the holster.
Note: In case of loss, please contact your point-of-sale or call
Swivel
Belt Holster
0310
Getting Started
1-800-448-6686 or 0-800-16872 (Brazil) to request
replacement part.
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Charging the Battery
Use only the charger supplied with the radio, or other VLR150 power accessories.
For optimum battery life, do not charge the battery for prolonged periods after it is
fully charged. Charging the battery over the weekend is acceptable.
Using the Drop-in Charger
1. Place the charger on a flat surface.
2. Insert the plug of the power cord into the jack
on the charger.
3. Plug the cord into an AC outlet.
4. Turn the radio off. If the radio is on while
charging, it will take longer to fully charge.
5. Insert the radio (with battery installed) into
the front charging pocket.
Note: The radio will fit in the charger with the
holster on.
The drop-in charger will also sequentially charge a spare Li-Ion battery. The spare
battery will not begin to charge until the radio battery is fully charged. Both batteries
will charge in approximately 8 to 10 hours.
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Using the Multi-Unit Charger
The Multi-Unit Charger (MUC) allows drop-in charging of up to 6 radios or batteries.
Batteries can be charged inside the radios or removed and placed in the MUC
separately. Each of the 6 charging pockets can hold a radio or battery, but not both.
1. Place the charger on a flat surface.
2. Insert the power cord plug into the jack on the MUC.
3. Plug the cord into an AC outlet.
4. Turn the radio off.
5. Insert the radio or battery into the charging pocket.
Battery charging pocket
Radio charging pocket
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Charging Status LEDs
On the drop-in charger, the radio and battery charging pockets have their own LEDs.
On the MUC, each of the 6 charging pockets has an LED. The LEDs are grouped into
pairs to show which charging pockets are paired (for cloning, see page 46).
The LED is solid red when the battery is charging, and solid green when charging is
complete.
Battery Meter
The battery meter in the upper left corner of the display (see page 24) shows how
much battery power is remaining.
Battery Type
Li-Ion
3 Bars
2 Bars
1 Bar
Blinking
d
b
c
m
100% – 70%
70% – 30%
30% – 10%
Final 10%
Battery Life
Based on 5% transmit, 5% receive, 90% standby (standard duty cycle):
PMNN4497_ (Li-Ion 1800mAh) 18.0 Hours
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Turning Your Radio On and Off
See page 17 for a basic radio diagram.
Turn P clockwise to turn the radio on, and counterclockwise to turn the radio off.
When the radio is on, the transmit light on the top of the radio blinks every 3 seconds.
The radio then displays the current channel (larger number in the
center) and the frequency assigned to that channel (on the right
indicated by l).
The Interference Eliminator Code displays briefly (indicated by k),
then the current channel remains displayed.
Getting Started
When you turn the radio on, the radio chirps and the display briefly
shows all features and display segments.
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Adjusting the Volume
Turn P clockwise to increase the volume, and counterclockwise to decrease the
volume.
Note: Do not hold the radio too close to your ear when adjusting the volume.
Reading the Display
Getting Started
Signal Strength and Channel Busy Indicator
Battery Meter
Channel
Interference Eliminator
Code Indicator
Programming Mode
Scan
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VibraCall® Alert Indicator
Frequency and
Interference Eliminator
Code
Keypad Lock
Frequency Indicator
Microphone Gain and
VOX
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Talking and Receiving
Basic Radio Operation
2. To talk, press and hold Push to Talk and speak into the microphone. Hold the
radio 2 to 3 inches away from your mouth.
3. To listen, release Push to Talk.
The transmit LED on the top of the radio is red when transmitting.
Signal Strength and Channel Busy Indicators
When there is activity on a frequency, the radio displays w and the
transmit light blinks at a faster rate of once per second.
When there is activity on the same frequency and code as your radio
(your radio is receiving), the radio displays w and a signal strength
from 1 (weakest) to 6 (strongest). This can help determine when a
radio is moving out of range.
Talking and Receiving
1. Press and hold T to check for channel activity. If you hear static, the channel is
clear to use. Do not transmit if someone is speaking on the channel. Press T
again to stop monitoring.
Note: Obstacles that block the signal path may affect the strength of the incoming signal.
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Talking and Receiving
Talk Range
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Industrial
Multi-Level
Inside steel/concrete
industrial buildings
Inside multi-level
buildings
Up to 200,000 sq. ft.
Up to 15 floors
Locking the Keypad
You can lock the keypad to avoid accidentally changing your radio settings.
1. Press and hold S for 3 seconds.
2. To unlock, press and hold S for 3 seconds.
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Scanning
You can scan up to 4 channels and frequencies. When the radio
detects activity, it stops scanning and locks in on the active channel. This allows you
to talk and listen to the person transmitting without changing channels.
1. To start scanning, briefly press T.
The scan icon h displays and the radio begins to scan the channels. When the
radio detects activity, it stops on that channel and displays w and the channel
number.
2. To talk to the person transmitting without switching channels, press Push to Talk
within 5 seconds. If no transmission occurs within 5 seconds, scanning resumes.
3. To stop scanning, briefly press T.
If you press Push to Talk while the radio is scanning, the radio transmits on the
channel you were on before you started scanning.
Talking and Receiving
Monitoring a Channel
Monitoring allows you to check for activity on a channel.
1. Press and hold T If the channel is clear to use, you will hear
static and w and 0 will display.
2. Press T again to stop monitoring.
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Skipping and Removing Channels While Scanning
Scan has two temporary features to make it easier to use.
• Scan advance
If the radio stops scanning on a channel you do not want to listen to, press ] to
resume scanning for the next active channel.
• Nuisance delete
Press and hold [ to temporarily remove a channel from the scan list. The
channel return the next time you use the scan feature.
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Programming mode allows you to change the following settings on your radio:
• Channel
• Configure the operating frequency from a pre-programmed frequency list
• Interference eliminator code
• Call tones
• Microphone gain
• Scan list
• Available channels
Note:
• To talk with someone on your two-way radio, the channel, frequency, and interference
eliminator code must be the same on both radios.
Customer Programming Mode
Customer Programming Mode
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Factory Default Settings
Your radio is programmed at the factory to the following settings:
Customer Programming Mode
VLR 150 (Non-Brazil)
VLR 150 (Brazil only)
Channel
Frequency
PL Code
Frequency
PL Code
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
3
3
1
1
2
4
4
1
2
2
Call Tone/
VibraCall®
VOX
Microphone
Gain
Off (0)
Off (0)
2 (medium sensitivity)
To restore the factory settings, turn the radio on while holding Push to Talk and S
for 3 seconds.
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Entering Advanced Configuration Mode
Advanced Configuration Mode allows you to configure special settings in your radio
without the need of a computer.
Press and hold Push to Talk and T for 3 seconds while turning the radio on. The
radio beeps and displays k , the channel number blinks, and the frequency
(indicated by l) and code (indicated by y) display alternately.
Note: If you press and release the Push to Talk button when programming CSL1410
models, you will return to the front of the Advanced Configuration Mode.
Selecting a Channel
1. In advanced configuration mode, press S until the channel number
blinks and the frequency and code display alternately (this is the
first setting after you enter advanced configuration mode).
2. Press [or ] to select the channel.
3. Press and hold Push to Talk to exit, or press S to continue
programming.
Configuring the Operating Frequency from a Pre-programmed Frequency List
1. In advanced configuration mode, press S until l displays and
the frequency number blinks.
2. Press [ or ] to select the frequency.
3. Press and hold Push to Talk to exit, or press S to continue
programming.
Customer Programming Mode
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Note: See page 53 for information on frequencies for communicating with other business
Customer Programming Mode
radios.
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Programming the Interference Eliminator Code
The interference eliminator code helps minimize interference by providing code
combinations that filter out static, noise, and unwanted messages.
1. In Advanced Configuration mode, press S until k displays
and the code number blinks.
2. Press [or ] to select the code (see page 57).
3. Press and hold Push to Talk to exit, or press S to continue
programming.
Programming the Available Channels
If you need fewer channels, you can reduce the number of available channels.
1. In Advanced Configuration mode, press S until = displays and
the channel number blinks.
2. Press [or ] to select the number of channels you want available.
3. Press and hold Push to Talk to exit, or press S to continue
programming.
Note: The radio retains settings for channels made unavailable.
Programming Call Tones and VibraCall®
Your radio can transmit call tones to other radios in your group so you can alert them
that you are about to talk. Your radio is programmed at the factory with call tones
turned off (set to 0), but you can change this setting to choose a distinctive call tone.
The VibraCall® feature is an additional call tone option that makes the VLR150 radio
vibrate briefly when it receives if you have not transmitted or received in the last
30 seconds. Select call tone 4 to turn VibraCall® on. i displays on the radio when
VibraCall® is on.
1. In advanced configuration mode, press S until Edisplays.
2. Press [or ] to hear and select the call tone. Select call tone 4 for
VibraCall®.
3. Press and hold Push to Talk to exit, or press S to continue
programming.
To transmit your call tone, press B on the side of the radio.
Customer Programming Mode
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Customer Programming Mode
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Programming Microphone Gain
You can adjust the microphone sensitivity to suit different users or operating
environments.
1. In advanced configuration mode, press S until g and ? display.
2. Press [ or ] to select the sensitivity level:
3 = High sensitivity, for quiet environments
2= Medium sensitivity (default)
1= Low sensitivity, for loud environments
3. Press and hold Push to Talk to exit, or press S to continue programming.
Editing the Scan List
For faster scanning and to avoid hearing unwanted transmissions, you can edit the
scan list to skip channels.
1. In advanced configuration mode, press S until h displays and the
channel number and Y or n blink.
2. Press [ or ] to select the channel you want to remove from the
scan list.
3. Press T to display either Y to include the channel or n to exclude the channel.
4. Press and hold Push to Talk to exit, or press S to continue programming.
Programming with Customer Programming Software
The easiest way to program or change features in your radio is by using the
Customer Programming Software (CPS) and the CPS Programming Cable(*). CPS
Software is available for free as web based downloadable software at
www.motorolasolutions.com/CLS.
Radio to be
programmed
USB Ports
Drop In
Charger Tray
CPS
Programming
Cable
Customer Programming Mode
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Customer Programming Mode
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To program, connect the VLR Series radio via the Drop-in Charger Tray and CPS
Programming Cable to your computer as shown in the picture above. Prior to
programming, verify that the switch in the Programming Cable is in the ‘Analog(**)’
position.
CPS allows you to easily program features such as frequency configuration,
programming frequencies, PL/CTCSS codes, as well as other features such as: Call
Tones, Reverse Burst etc. For more information, refer to Features Summary Chart
Section.
Note: (*) CPS Programming Cable P/N# is HKKN4027_.
(**) If your CPS Programming Cable is showing “CPS / Flash”, make sure to position
it to “CPS”.
CPS Basic Menu Instructions
1. Open the CPS software and click on the
“RADIO” top tab.
2. Click on the “READ” tab to read the radio(*), or
On the drop down menu “Radio Type”, select
“CLS” if you want to open a new profile or an
existing one.
Note: (*) You only need to select the Radio Type, if you
want to open a new or pre-determined profile.
The CPS is smart enough to determine what
model it is reading.
3. Click “Read Radio”. Radio sounds a series of
beeps to indicate reading is in progress and will
upload your radio profile settings, or Click “New
Profile” to create customized profile based on
the default profile.
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Customer Programming Mode
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4. Once you have changed all the settings, click
“Writeto radio” in order to program your radio
with the new settings. The CPS will display a
window confirming the writing (programming of
your radio) is successful. You can also save your
profile at any time in order to use the same
settings when programming other radios by
clicking on “Save to profile”. This will save the
profile to current default path in your computer.
To specify a different path to save the profile,
click on the “Save As” button.
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Features
Programmable
via Advanced
Configuration
Programmable
via CPS
Default
Programming Tips
Backlight
No
Yes
5 sec
Enable or disable
backlight by using
CPS.
Call Tones
Yes
Yes
OFF
Advanced
Configuration
available for VLR150
by going into
Advanced
Configuration
Mode(1). Values
available are 0
(OFF),1, 2, 3 and 4
(Vibrator).
To enable/disable
Call Tones press
Call Button.
Feature Summary Chart
Feature Summary Chart
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Feature Summary Chart
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Features
Programmable
via Advanced
Configuration
Programmable
via CPS
Default
Programming Tips
Channels
Yes
Yes
Model
Dependant
You can select
channels using the +
or - button. You can
also add or delete
channels using the
CPS.
Note: Enabling/
disabling channels
via CPS
automatically affects
the Maximum
Channels you
are able to program
via front panel.
Features
Programmable
via Advanced
Configuration
Programmable
via CPS
Default
Programming Tips
Cloning Mode
Yes
No
Enabled
Enables radio to
enter cloning mode
in order to clone its
profile settings into
other radios (using
Radio to Radio
Cloning Cable or
Multi-Unit Charger).
Press PTT, MON
while turning radio
ON.
Note: You can clone
radios using the
CPS.
Frequencies
Yes
Yes
Channel and
Model
Dependant
There are 56 UHF
frequencies
available. Use
Advanced
Configuration Mode
(1) for configuration
via the front panel
radio programming.
Refer to
Frequencies and
Codes Charts
Section for details
Feature Summary Chart
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Feature Summary Chart
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Features
Programmable
via Advanced
Configuration
Programmable
via CPS
Default
Programming Tips
Bandwidth Range
N/A
N/A
Model
Dependant
Radios Bandwidth is
fixed and nonprogrammable.
Bandwidth Range
for 1W radios: UHF
461-470 Mhz.
Codes, Interference
Eliminator Codes
(CTCSS/DPL)
Yes
Yes
Channel and
Model
Dependant
Use Advanced
Configuration Mode
for front panel radio
configuration. There
are 121 codes
available.For details
refer to Frequencies
and Codes Charts
Section.
Keypad Beep (or
Keypad Tone)
Yes
No
On
Press - button while
turning ON radio to
enable/disable
keypad beep.
Keypad Lock
Yes
No
UNLOCKED
Press and hold
(MENU) button for 4
seconds to lock the
radio keypad. To
unlock, press
(MENU) button for 4
seconds.
Features
Programmable
via Advanced
Configuration
Programmable
via CPS
Default
Programming Tips
Low Battery Alert Shutdown
N/A
N/A
On
Gives a sequence of
loud and high beep
tones to alert battery
level is low. This a
non-programmable
feature.
Maximum Channels
Yes
Yes
Model and CPS
programmable
dependant
Use the Advanced
Configuration Mode
to get the Active
Channels Menu
option. Note: Default
value is set to the
maximum number of
channels that the
radio supports.
Microphone Gain
Level
Yes
Yes
Medium
(Level 2)
For front panel
programming enter
Advanced
Configuration Mode
(1).
Monitor
Yes
N/A
MON Button
Long Press MON to
monitor and press
SB1 again to
release. Note: PL/
DPL defeat feature
should be disabled
in order to monitor.
Feature Summary Chart
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Feature Summary Chart
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Features
Programmable
via Advanced
Configuration
Programmable
via CPS
Default
Programming Tips
Nuisance Ch Delete
Yes
N/A
"-" Button
Press MON Button
to start scanning and
wait until the radio
lands on the channel
you want to delete.
Long press "-" button
to delete the
channel. Note: The
nuisance deleted
channel will be
restored into the
scan list when the
radio is turned OFF
or you exit SCAN.
One channel radio
does not support
scan.
Scan Advanced
Yes
N/A
"+" Button
Press MON Button
to start scanning and
wait until the radio
lands on the channel
you want to skip.
Short press "+"
button to skip the
channel. One
channel radio does
not support scan.
Features
Programmable
via Advanced
Configuration
Programmable
via CPS
Default
Programming Tips
Reset to Factory
Defaults (2)
Yes
N/A
Enabled
Allows to restore
radio's factory
defaults. Press PTT,
Menu
simultaneously for 3
seconds while
turning ON radio.
Reverse Burst
Yes
Yes
180
Reverse Burst
eliminates unwanted
noise (squelch tail)
during loss of carrier
detection. Press
PTT, Call Button
simultaneously while
turning ON radio to
toggle between 180
or 240 or use CPS to
select values 180 or
240.
Scan
Yes
Yes
MON Button
Short press MON
button to enable/
disable scan. One
channel radio does
not support scan.
Note: To enter Advanced Configuration Mode, press and hold both PTT and MON
simultaneously for 3-5. Short press Menu to get to the different programming options.
Feature Summary Chart
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Cloning Radio Settings
Cloning Radio Settings
46
You can copy VLR150 radio settings from one radio (the source) to a second radio
using the Multi-Unit Charger (MUC) optional accessory. See the MUC User's Guide
for more information.
You can clone only one radio at a time. A multi-channel radio can clone to a singlechannel radio, but only the first channel is cloned. The MUC does not have to be
plugged in for cloning, but both radios require charged batteries.
1. On the source radio, press and hold Push to Talk and T for 3 seconds while
turning the radio on. The radio beeps and displays k.
2. Place the source radio in one of the charging pockets.
Paired
3. Turn the target radio on and place it in the charging pocket
pockets
that is paired with the pocket containing the source radio.
There are 3 paired charging pockets as indicated by the
3 pairs of charging status LEDs.
4. Press and hold T on the source radio. The source radio
transmits its settings to the target radio. If cloning was
successful, P or Pass or “F” for Fail displays on the source
radio and the target radio displays all feature icons. If cloning
was not successful, F or Fail displays on the source radio.
5. Turn the target radio off and back on again to use.
LEDs
6. To clone another radio, repeat steps 3 and 4.
7. To exit programming mode on the source radio, press and hold Push to Talk
until k no longer appears.
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Advanced Features
You can set the following features by pressing and holding additional buttons while
turning the radio on.
Press This Button
Default
While Turning
Setting
the Radio On
Turn Keypad Tones On/Off
Turns keypad beeps off for silent keypad operation.
[
On
Turn End-of-Transmission Tone On/Off
If enabled, your two-way radio transmits a tone
when you finish transmitting.
If keypad tones are off and end-of-transmission tone
is on, you will not hear the end-of-transmission tone,
but it is transmitted.
]
Off
Turn Battery Save Mode On/Off
Decreases attack time, which is the brief period of
time between when the radio receives a
Push to Talk T [
transmission on its frequency and broadcasts audio.
Turning battery save mode off decreases battery life
by approximately 20%.
Advanced Features
To Do This
On
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To Do This
Advanced Features
Restore Factory Defaults
Returns radio to its original factory settings.
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Press This Button
Default
While Turning
Setting
the Radio On
Push to Talk S
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Symptom
Try This:
No Power
Recharge or replace Li-Ion battery.
Make sure Push to Talk is completely pressed while
transmitting.
Recharge, replace, and/or reposition batteries.
Verify the transmit light is illuminated while speaking.
Verify Channel, Frequency, and Code settings are correct.
Message not
transmitted
Hearing other
Frequency may be in use. Change on all radios if possible (see
noises or
conversation on page 31 and 32).
a channel
Bandwidth does not match. For optimal audio quality when
Poor audio
communicating with VLR150 radios, the bandwidth of other
quality
radios should be set to 12.5 kHz, if possible.
Steel and/or concrete structures, heavy foliage, buildings, or
vehicles decrease range (see page 26). Check for clear line of
Limited talk
sight to improve range.
range
Wearing radio close to body such as in a pocket or on a belt
decreases range. Change location of radio.
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
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Symptom
Troubleshooting
Message not
received
Heavy static or
interference
Keypad locked
Low batteries
Charger light
does not come
on
50
Try This:
Confirm radios have the same channel, frequency, and
interference eliminator code settings (see page 29).
Recharge, replace, and/or reposition batteries.
Move to another location. Obstructions and operating indoors or
in vehicles may decrease range.
Verify radio is not in scan mode (see page 27).
Radios are too close. They must be at least 5 feet apart.
Radios are too far apart or obstacles are interfering with
transmission.
Unlock by holding S for 3 seconds.
Recharge or replace batteries. Extreme operating temperatures
affect battery life.
Reinsert radio and/or battery.
Clean battery and/or charger contacts.
Verify that the charging pin on the transformer is inserted
correctly into the drop-in charger.
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Low battery
meter reading
although new
batteries are
installed
Cannot enter
kmode
If Cloning Fails
Try This:
Verify radio is set to the correct battery type (see page 18).
Unplug audio accessories and retry.
A) Ensure that there is no debris in the charging tray or on the
radio contacts.
B) Ensure that the Target radio is turned ON.
C) Ensure that the Source radios is in cloning mode.
D) Ensure that the two radios are both from the same type
(i.e : VLR150), same region.
Troubleshooting
Symptom
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Use and Care
Use and Care
Use a soft damp cloth
to clean the exterior.
Do not use alcohol or
cleaning solutions.
If the radio is submerged in water...
Turn radio off and
remove batteries.
52
Do not immerse
in water.
Dry with soft cloth.
Do not use radio until
completely dry.
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Frequencies and Bandwidths
UHF Frequencies (Non-Brazil)
Display
Number
Frequency
(MHz)
Bandwidth
Display
Number
Frequency
(MHz)
Bandwidth
1
462.5750
25.0 / 12.5
8
463.8250
25.0 / 12.5
2
462.6250
25.0 / 12.5
9
463.8500
25.0 / 12.5
3
462.6750
25.0 / 12.5
10
463.8750
25.0 / 12.5
4
463.5500
25.0 / 12.5
11
463.9000
25.0 / 12.5
5
463.6250
25.0 / 12.5
12
463.9250
25.0 / 12.5
6
463.7625
25.0 / 12.5
13
463.9500
25.0 / 12.5
7
463.7750
25.0 / 12.5
14
463.9750
25.0 / 12.5
Frequencies and Bandwidths
These charts provide frequency information and are useful when using Motorola
VLR150 radios with other business radios. Frequency Display Number is identical to
XTN radios and PRO1150 frequency position (where applicable), but bandwidth may
be different.
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UHF Frequencies (Continued)(Non-Brazil)
Frequencies and Bandwidths
Display
Number
54
Frequency
(MHz)
Bandwidth
Display
Number
Frequency
(MHz)
Bandwidth
15
464.3250
25.0 / 12.5
26
467.8500
25.0 / 12.5
16
464.4875
25.0 / 12.5
27
467.8625
25.0 / 12.5
17
464.5000
25.0 / 12.5
28
467.8750
25.0 / 12.5
18
464.5125
25.0 / 12.5
29
467.8875
25.0 / 12.5
19
464.5375
25.0 / 12.5
30
467.9000
25.0 / 12.5
20
464.5500
25.0 / 12.5
31
467.9125
25.0 / 12.5
21
464.5625
25.0 / 12.5
32
467.9250
25.0 / 12.5
22
464.8250
25.0 / 12.5
33
467.9375
25.0 / 12.5
23
467.7625
25.0 / 12.5
34
468.5500
25.0 / 12.5
24
467.8125
25.0 / 12.5
35
468.6250
25.0 / 12.5
25
467.8375
25.0 / 12.5
36
468.7625
25.0 / 12.5
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UHF Frequencies (Continued)(Non-Brazil)
Frequency
(MHz)
Bandwidth
Display
Number
Frequency
(MHz)
Bandwidth
37
468.7750
25.0 / 12.5
47
469.5000
25.0 / 12.5
38
468.8250
25.0 / 12.5
48
469.5500
25.0 / 12.5
39
468.8500
25.0 / 12.5
40
468.8750
25.0 / 12.5
41
468.9000
25.0 / 12.5
42
468.9250
25.0 / 12.5
43
468.9500
25.0 / 12.5
44
468.9750
25.0 / 12.5
45
468.9875
25.0 / 12.5
46
469.2625
25.0 / 12.5
Frequencies and Bandwidths
Display
Number
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UHF Frequencies (Brazil only)
Frequencies and Bandwidths
Display
Number
56
Frequency
(MHz)
Bandwidth
1
459.5000
25.0 / 12.5
2
469.5000
25.0 / 12.5
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Display
Number
Code
(Hz)
Display
Number
Code
(Hz)
Display
Number
Code
(Hz)
1
67.0
14
107.2
27
167.9
2
71.9
15
110.9
28
173.8
3
74.4
16
114.8
29
179.9
4
77.0
17
118.8
30
186.2
5
79.7
18
123.0
31
192.8
6
82.5
19
127.3
32
203.5
7
85.4
20
131.8
33
210.7
8
88.5
21
136.5
34
218.1
9
91.5
22
141.3
35
225.7
10
94.8
23
146.2
36
233.6
11
97.4
24
151.4
37
241.8
12
100.0
25
156.7
38
250.3
13
103.5
26
162.2
Frequencies and Bandwidths
Interference Eliminator Codes
Carrier Squelch (0) disables interference eliminator codes.
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Frequencies and Bandwidths
Digital Interference Eliminator Codes
58
Display
Number
Digital
Code
Display
Number
Digital
Code
Display
Number
Digital
Code
39
023
54
115
69
223
40
025
55
116
70
226
41
026
56
125
71
243
42
031
57
131
72
244
43
032
58
132
73
245
44
043
59
134
74
251
45
047
60
143
75
261
46
051
61
152
76
263
47
054
62
155
77
265
48
065
63
156
78
271
49
071
64
162
79
306
50
072
65
165
80
311
51
073
66
172
81
315
52
074
67
174
82
331
53
114
68
205
83
343
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Display
Number
Digital
Code
Display
Number
Digital
Code
Display
Number
Digital
Code
84
346
97
465
110
632
85
351
98
466
111
654
86
364
99
503
112
662
87
365
100
506
113
664
88
371
101
516
114
703
89
411
102
532
115
712
90
412
103
546
116
723
91
413
104
565
117
731
92
423
105
606
118
732
93
431
106
612
119
734
94
432
107
624
120
743
95
445
108
627
121
754
96
464
109
631
Frequencies and Bandwidths
Digital Interference Eliminator Codes (Continued)
59
Frequencies and Bandwidths
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Accessories
Batteries
Part No.
PMNN4497_
Description
VLR150 Li-Ion Battery 1800 mAh
Part No.
HKLN4599_
HKLN4601_
HKLN4604_
HKLN4606_
HKLN4608_
Description
Earpiece w/PTT, Mic, Slim Plug, PVC Free
Dual Pin Surveillance w/PTT, Slim Plug, PVC Free
Swivel Earpiece w/PTT, Slim plug, PVC Free
Remote Speaker Mic w/PTT, Slim Plug, PVC Free
Transparent Acoustic Tube
Accessories
Audio Accessories
Carry Accessories
Part No.
HCLN4013_
Description
VLR150 Swivel Belt Holster
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Chargers
Accessories
Part No.
HCTN4001_
PMPN4054_
HCTN4001_
5808800F98
Description
CLS SUC Charging Tray (Brazil)
Power supply (Brazil)
CLS SUC Charging Tray (LACR)
SUC power supply ( LACR)
Programming Accessories
Part No.
PMLN7140_
HKKN4027_
HKKN4028_
Description
CLS Programming Kit (*)
Business Radio CPS Cable Kit
Business Radio Cloning Cable Kit
(*) HKKN4027_ CPS Cable Kit must be used with the CLS Programming Cradle
Note: Certain accessories may be or may not be available at the time of purchase. For
latest information on accessories, contact your Motorola point of purchase or
visit: www.motorolasolutions.com/CLS.
For product-related questions, contact: 1-800-448-6686 or 0-800-16872 (Brazil).
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Warranty
Limited Warranty for Motorola Personal Communications
Products Purchased in the United States and Canada
Warranty
What This Warranty Covers
• Subject to the exclusions contained below, Motorola, Inc. warrants its telephones, pagers,
and consumer and business two-way radios (excluding commercial, government or
industrial radios) that operate via Family Radio Service or General Mobile Radio Service,
Motorola branded or certified accessories sold for use with these Products (“Accessories”)
and Motorola software contained on CD-ROMs or other tangible media and sold for use with
these Products (“Software”) to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under
normal consumer usage for the period(s) outlined below. This limited warranty is a
consumer's exclusive remedy, and applies as follows to new Motorola Products,
Accessories and Software purchased by consumers in the United States, which are
accompanied by this written warranty.
II.
Warranty
I.
Products and Accessories
• Products and Accessories as defined above, unless otherwise provided for below.
One (1) year from the date of purchase by the first consumer purchaser of the product
unless otherwise provided for below.
• Decorative Accessories and Cases. Decorative covers, bezels, PhoneWrap™ covers
and cases.
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Warranty
Limited lifetime warranty for the lifetime of ownership by the first consumer purchaser of the
product.
• Business Two-way Radio Accessories.
One (1) year from the date of purchase by the first consumer purchaser of the product.
• Products and Accessories that are Repaired or Replaced.
The balance of the original warranty or for ninety (90) days from the date returned to the
consumer, whichever is longer. One (1) year from the date of purchase by the first
consumer purchaser of the product.
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III. Products and Accessories (Exclusions)
• Normal Wear and Tear.
Periodic maintenance, repair and replacement of parts due to normal wear and tear are
excluded from coverage.
• Batteries.
Only batteries whose fully charged capacity falls below 80% of their rated capacity and
batteries that leak are covered by this limited warranty.
• Abuse & Misuse.
Defects or damage that result from: (a) improper operation, storage, misuse or abuse,
accident or neglect, such as physical damage (cracks, scratches, etc.) to the surface of the
product resulting from misuse; (b) contact with liquid, water, rain, extreme humidity or heavy
perspiration, sand, dirt or the like, extreme heat, or food; (c) use of the Products or
Accessories for commercial purposes or subjecting the Product or Accessory to abnormal
usage or conditions; or (d) other acts which are not the fault of Motorola, are excluded from
coverage.
• Use of Non-Motorola Products and Accessories.
Defects or damage that result from the use of Non-Motorola branded or certified Products,
Accessories, Software or other peripheral equipment are excluded from coverage.
• Unauthorized Service or Modification.
Defects or damages resulting from service, testing, adjustment, installation, maintenance,
alteration, or modification in any way by someone other than Motorola, or its authorized
service centers, are excluded from coverage.
• Altered Products.
Products or Accessories with (a) serial numbers or date tags that have been removed,
altered or obliterated; (b) broken seals or that show evidence of tampering; (c) mismatched
board serial numbers; or (d) nonconforming or non-Motorola housings, or parts, are
excluded form coverage.
• Communication Services.
Defects, damages, or the failure of Products, Accessories or Software due to any
communication service or signal you may subscribe to or use with the Products
Accessories or Software is excluded from coverage.
Warranty
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IV. Software
Warranty
• Products Covered
Software. Applies only to physical defects in the media that embodies the copy of the
Software (e.g. CDROM or floppy disk).
• Length of Coverage
Ninety (90) days from the date of purchase.
V.
Software (Exclusion
• Software Embodied in Physical Media
No warranty is made that the software will meet your requirements or will work in
combination with any hardware or software applications provided by third parties, that the
operation of the software products will be uninterrupted or error free, or that all defects in the
software products will be corrected.
• Software NOT Embodied in Physical Media
Software that is not embodied in physical media (e.g. software that is downloaded from the
internet), is provided “as is” and without warranty.
VI. Who is Covered?
This warranty extends only to the first consumer purchaser, and is not transferable.
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VII. How to Obtain Warranty Service Or Other Information?
Contact your Motorola point of purchase.
The Motorola products described in this manual may include copyrighted Motorola and third
party software stored in semiconductor memories or other media. Laws in the United States
and other countries preserve for Motorola and third party software providers certain
exclusive rights for copyrighted software, such as the exclusive rights to distribute or
reproduce the copyrighted software. Accordingly, any copyrighted software contained in the
Motorola products may not be modified, reverse-engineered, distributed, or reproduced in
any manner to the extent allowed by law.
IX. Software Copyright Notice
The Motorola products described in this manual may include copyrighted Motorola and third
party software stored in semiconductor memories or other media. Laws in the United States
and other countries preserve for Motorola and third party software providers certain
exclusive rights for copyrighted software, such as the exclusive rights to distribute or
reproduce the copyrighted software. Accordingly, any copyrighted software contained in the
Motorola products may not be modified, reverse-engineered, distributed, or reproduced in
any manner to the extent allowed by law.
Furthermore, the purchase of the Motorola products shall not be deemed to grant either
directly or by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license under the copyrights, patents, or
patent applications of Motorola or any third party software provider, except for the normal,
Warranty
VIII. Software Copyright Notice
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nonexclusive, royalty-free license to use that arises by operation of law in the sale of a
product.
Warranty
X.
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Patent Notice
This product is covered by one or more of the following United States patents.
5896277 5894292 5864752 5699006 5742484
D408396 D399821 D387758 D389158 5894592
5893027 5789098 5734975 5861850 D395882
D383745 D389827 D389139 5929825 5926514
5953640 6071640 D413022 D416252 D416893
D433001
XI. Export Law Assurances
This product is controlled under the export regulations of the United States of America. The
Governments of the United States of America may restrict the exportation or re-exportation of
this product to certain destinations. For further information contact the U.S. Department of
Commerce.
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VLR150 Programming Quick Reference
Press and hold Push to Talk and T for 3 seconds while turning
the radio on. The radio beeps and displays k, the channel
number blinks, and the frequency (indicated by y) and
code (indicated by ) display alternately.
Set the
Channel*
Press [ or ].
Set the
Frequency
Press S until l displays.
Press [ or ] to change the
frequency.
Set the
Interference
Eliminator
Code
Press S until ydisplays.
Press [ or ] to change the
code.
Set
Available
Channels*
Press S until = displays.
Press [ or ] to select number
of available channels.
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VLR150 Programming Quick Reference
Press S until E displays.
Set a Call
Tone
Press [ or ] to select 1 , 2 , or 3
for audible call tones, 4 for
VibraCall, or 0 for off (default).
Press S until g and ? display.
Set the
Microphone
Gain
Press [ or ] to select:
1 Low sensitivity
2 Medium sensitivity
3 High sensitivity
Press S until h displays and the
channel number and Y or n blink.
Edit the
Scan List*
Press [ or
] to select the
channel, then press T to select
Y(include channel) or n (exclude
channel).
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1303 E. Algonquin Rd.
Schaumburg, IL 60196-1078 U.S.A.
MOTOROLA, MOTO, MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS and the Stylized M logo are trademarks or
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