Professional Radio
GP360
User Guide
68P64110B26A
Issue: June 2000
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CONTENTS
Operation and Control Functions . . . . . . . . 3
Radio Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Programmable Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Menu Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Menu Navigation Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Keypad Lock/Unlock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
LCD Display and Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Audio Signal Tones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Battery Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Battery Care and Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recycling or Disposal of Batteries . . .
Charging the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Accessory Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Attaching the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the Battery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Attaching the Antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the Antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Attaching the Belt Clip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing the Belt Clip. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Radio Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Turning the Radio On-Off . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Radio On Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Adjusting the Radio’s Volume . . . . . . . . . .18
Selecting a Radio Channel . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Sending a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Receiving a Call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Cancelling a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Ending a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Radio Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Selective Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Making a Selective Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Receiving a Selective Call . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Contact List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Missed Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Status Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Making a Status Call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Receiving a Status Call . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Emergency Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
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CONTENTS
Radio Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
CONTENTS
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
Voice Storage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Voice Recorder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Emergency Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Safe and Efficient Operation . . . . . . . . . . .51
Exposure to Radio Frequency Energy. . . .51
Radio Operation and EME Exposure . . . .52
Electromagnetic Interference/
Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Operational Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Vehicles with an Air Bag. . . . . . . . . . . .52
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres . . .52
Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Blasting Caps and Areas . . . . . . . . . . .53
Operational Cautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
Damaged Antennas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
General Radio Care. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
Utilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Scan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call Forward. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Talkaround . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Whisper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lone Worker. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Companding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Backlight. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Option Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Voice Operated Transmit (VOX) . . . . . . .
Stun/Unstun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Computer Software Copyright
Radio Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
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The products described in this manual may include copyrighted computer
programmes stored in semiconductor memories or other media. Laws in the
United States of America and other countries preserve for Motorola Europe
and Motorola Inc. certain exclusive rights for copyrighted computer
programmes, including the right to copy or reproduce in any form the
copyrighted computer programme. Accordingly, any copyrighted computer
programmes contained in the products described in this manual may not be
copied or reproduced in any manner without the express written permission of
the holders of the rights. Furthermore, the purchase of these products shall not
be deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any
licence under the copyrights, patents, or patent applications of the holders of
the rights, except for the normal non-exclusive royalty free licence to use that
arises by operation of the law in the sale of the product.
RADIO OVERVIEW
LED Indicator
Green: Successful power up.
Green Flashing: Radio scanning.
Red: Radio transmitting.
Red Flashing: Channel busy - when receiving.
Yellow: Radio called.
Yellow Flashing: Radio call reminder alert.
Red Flashing: Low battery warning - when
transmitting.
The numbers below refer to the illustrations on
the inside front cover.
9.
Microphone
1.
11. Menu Keys
This user guide covers the operation of the
GP360 Portable Radio.
Please read pages 51 to 53 before using this radio
OPERATION AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS
Radio Controls
Rotary Knob
Used as a channel selector and for multifunction scrolling.
10. LCD Display (1 Line)
12. Antenna
2.
On-Off / Volume Knob
Used to turn the radio on or off, and to adjust
the radio’s volume.
13. Accessory Connector
Connects headsets, remote speaker/microphones and other accessories. Replace
attached dust cap when not in use.
3.
Side Button 1 (Programmable)
Recommended for Monitor/ Call Cancel Button.
Programmable Buttons
4.
Push to Talk Button (PTT)
Press and hold down this button to talk, release
it to listen.
5.
Side Button 2 (Programmable)
6.
Side Button 3 (Programmable)
7.
Top Button (programmable)
Recommended as Emergency button.
Several of your radio buttons can be
programmed (by Customer Programming
Software CPS) to activate the radio features.
The following table shows the features that can
be assigned to the Top button and Side
Buttons 1, 2 and 3.
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RADIO OVERVIEW
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RADIO OVERVIEW
Feature
Description
Monitor/Cancel
Monitor allows user to select between signalling
squelch, carrier squelch and unsquelch, and to suspend scan when landed on a channel in scan mode.
Cancel allows user to cancel current incoming or
outgoing call.
Radio Call
Missed Calls List
Allows user direct access into Missed Calls List
menu feature.
Contact List
Allows user direct access into Contact List menu
feature.
Status List
Channel
Scan On/Off
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To make an individual or group selective call.
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Allows user direct access into Status List menu
feature.
Allows user direct access into the Channel mode.
The rotary knob (1) is set to increment/decrement
the channel number.
To toggle between start and stop of the scan
operation.
Description
Nuisance Delete/
Cancel
(Voice Storage)
To delete a nuisance (unwanted) channel when
scanning, with exception of priority channel, last
channel in scan list and home channel.
Cancel, deletes messages being played back from
the Voice Storage feature.
Nuisance Delete
To delete a nuisance (unwanted) channel when
scanning, with exception of priority channel, last
channel in scan list and home channel.
Cancel
(Voice Storage)
Cancel, deletes messages being played back from
the Voice Storage feature.
Power Level
To toggle the radio’s transmit power level between
High and Low.
Talkaround On/Off
Emergency
RADIO OVERVIEW
Feature
To talk directly with another radio without going
through a system or despatcher.
Activates emergency alarm sequence. A prerecorded message (using the voice storage feature)
may be sent to enable the user’s location or status to
be determined.
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RADIO OVERVIEW
Feature
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Description
Lone Worker
To identify user as a lone worker. Radio enters
emergency sequence unless user responds, when
prompted, by pressing any radio button.
Call Forward
To transfer calls automatically to another radio if
user is unable to take the call.
Whisper
To increase the gain of the radio microphone to
allow user to speak quietly.
Companding On/
Off
To toggle between compression/expansion of audio
signal and normal audio signal.
Option Board
On/Off
Allows user to toggle the option board between on
and off.
Keypad Lock
On/Off
Allows user to lock/unlock menu keys.
Backlight
To toggle the display/keypad backlight on and off.
Record/Play-back
(Voice Recorder)
To record/play-back incoming calls, emergency
message or memo using voice recorder feature.
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Menu Keys
Up
Menu/
Select
x
+
c
d
e
f
Left
Down
Right
Menu/Select Key c
Used to enter the Menu Mode. When you are in the
Menu Mode, this key is also used to make menu
selections.
Note: When the radio is in the IDLE STATE, pressing any of the six menu keys causes the
radio to enter the Menu mode.
Up Key +
Used for scrolling when in Menu Mode.
Down Key e
Used for scrolling when in Menu Mode.
Right Key f
Used as More key to provide additional information.
Left Key d
Used as a destructive backspace key when editing.
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RADIO OVERVIEW
Exit
Exit Key x
Used to move up to the next higher Menu level.
When the top level menu is selected, this key is
used to exit the Menu Mode.
RADIO OVERVIEW
Menu Navigation Chart
(Refer to Menu Navigation guidelines—
lower, left-hand corner of this page)
c
+ e
Missed
Calls
Contact
List
Status
Channel
Voice
Storage
Utilities
Radio
Information
select/
ID
status/
voice/
select/
enter ID
select/
enter ID
select/
enterID
Channel No.
+ e
+ e
+ e
Emergency
Msg.
select/
record/
play/
delete
Menu Navigation
on/off
Voice
Recorder
select/
record/
play/
delete
Scan
Call Forward
Talkaround
Whisper
Lone Worker
Companding
Backlight
Option Board
c to enter Menu Mode.
+ e
high/low
+ or e to scroll through the list.
Power Level
c to select Menu item.
+ or e to scroll through
sub-list.
x to return to previous menu level
c to select sub-menu item.
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SW Version
CP Version
SW Part No.
CP Part No.
Keypad Lock/Unlock
RADIO OVERVIEW
On your radio there is a keypad lock feature which
allows you to lock the menu keys to eliminate
accidental key presses.
Press the keypad lock button to lock the keys, the
display icon L will be lit and the display will show:
Lock Keypad
After 2 seconds the radio returns to the IDLE state.
Press the keypad lock button again to unlock the
keys when the icon will be extinguished and the
display will show:
Unlock Keypad
The radio will then return to the IDLE state.
Keypad Unlock may be performed during a call, to
allow menu access to the contact list, status list and
scan on/off features.
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RADIO OVERVIEW
LCD Display and Icons
Displays channel, menu, and radio status
information. The top two screen rows show
radio status indicator symbols, explained in the
table below:
Symbol
A
B
Name and Description
H
Scan Indicator
Indicates that you are scanning. The dot is
lit during priority scan mode.
L
Keypad Lock Indicator
On indicates that the menu keys are locked.
Off indicates unlocked.
N
Option Board Indicator
Indicates that an option board is activated.
P
Battery Level Indicator
Shows the remaining charge in your battery,
based on how many bars are displayed.
Flashing, indicates flat battery.
Name and Description
XPAND™ Indicator
Indicates that your radio has the
companding feature activated.
Power Level Indicator
“L” lights when your radio is configured to
transmit in Low Power. “H” lights when your
radio is configured to transmit in High
Power.
C
Monitor Indicator
On indicates carrier squelch.
Off indicates signalling squelch.
F
Voice Recorder Indicator
Indicates that there are stored messages or
memos in the voice recorder.
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Symbol
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Q
Missed Call Indicator
On indicates call in list.
Off indicates no calls in list.
Flashing, indicates new call in list.
J
Talkaround Indicator
Indicates talkaround enabled.
!
Timer
Shows the call time.
Audio Signal Tones
Tone
Low pitched tone
Signal
Description
Power up OK
Radio self-test OK.
Power up Fail
Radio self-test fail.
Button/
Keypad Error
Button/menu key
press not permitted.
Engaged
Channel busy or not
permitted to transmit.
Call Failed
Call failed to connect.
Force Monitor
Radio must monitor
channel before transmission permitted.
Button
Feature
Enable
Any option button
pressed to enable a
feature.
Button
Feature
Disable
Any option button
pressed to disable a
feature.
Group Call
Radio receives a
Group Call.
Individual Call
Radio receives an
Individual Call.
Signal
Description
Call
Reminder
Reminder of
unanswered call.
TOT Pre-Alert
Warns of expiry of
time out timer.
Monitor Alert
Alerts to change of
squelch.
Voice Storage
Voice StorageRecording.
Voice Storage
Voice StorageWarning.
Voice Storage
Voice StorageFull.
Scan Start
Radio starts
scanning.
Scan Stop
Radio stops
scanning.
Priority Call
Decode
Radio detects a
priority call.
Priority
Channel
Radio landed on the
priority channel.
Lone Worker
Reminds lone worker
to respond.
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RADIO OVERVIEW
High pitched tone
Tone
RADIO OVERVIEW
Tone
Signal
Description
Low
Battery
Battery below receive
threshold level.
Hardware
Error
Hardware error, tone
continues until valid
operation.
Cancel
Message
Previous message or
message currently
being played from
Voice Storage has
been deleted.
Channel Free
Beep
Indicates current
channel is free.
Incoming
Emergency
Alert
Indicates an
emergency situation.
Keypad
Acknowledge
Confidence tone
when any key
pressed or
Call ending alert.
Ringtones
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English/French/
General
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Incoming calls (high
tones), outgoing calls
(low tones).
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Charging a hot battery (above 35°C) results in
reduced discharge capacity, affecting the
performance of the radio. Motorola rapid-rate
battery chargers contain a temperature-sensing
circuit to ensure that the battery is charged
within these temperature limits.
This product is powered by a nickel-cadmium
(Ni-Cd), nickel-metal-hydride (NiMH), or
lithium-ion rechargeable battery.
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New batteries can be stored up to two years
without significant cycle loss. Store new/unused
batteries in a cool dry area.
The following battery tips will help you obtain the
highest performance and longest cycle life from
your Motorola rechargeable battery.
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Batteries which have been in storage should be
charged overnight.
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Do not return fully charged batteries to the
charger for an “extra boost”. This action will
significantly reduce cycle life.
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Do not leave your radio and battery in the
charger when not charging. Continuous charging
will shorten battery life. (Do not use your charger
as a radio stand.)
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For optimum battery life and operation use only
Motorola brand chargers. They were designed to
operate as an integrated energy system.
BATTERY INFORMATION
Battery Care and Tips
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Charge your new battery overnight (14-16 hrs)
before using it to obtain maximum battery
capacity and performance.
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Charging in non-Motorola equipment may lead
to battery damage and void the battery warranty.
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When charging a battery that is attached to the
radio, turn the radio off to ensure a full charge.
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The battery should be at about 25°C (room
temperature) whenever possible. Charging a
cold battery (below 10°C) may result in leakage
of electrolyte and ultimately, in failure of the
battery.
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GETTING STARTED
GETTING STARTED
GETTING STARTED
Recycling or Disposal of Batteries
Charger LED
NiCd
At the end of its useful life, the NiCd battery can
be recycled. However, recycling facilities may not
be available in all areas.
Motorola endorses and encourages the recycling
of all re-chargeable batteries. Contact your local
Motorola dealer for further information.
Status
Red
Battery is charging
Green
Battery is fully charged
Flashing Red *
Battery is unchargeable
Flashing Yellow
Charger is getting ready to charge
Flashing Green
Battery is 90% charged
*
Battery is damaged. Please contact your dealer.
Charging the Battery
If a battery is new, or its charge level is very low,
you will need to charge the battery before you
can use it in your radio.
The P icon flashes when the battery is flat
and the hardware error tone will sound. This icon
will only appear when a genuine Motorola battery
is used.
1.
Place the radio with the battery attached, or the
battery alone, in the charger.
2.
The charger’s LED indicates the charging
progress.
Battery chargers will charge only the Motorola
authorized batteries listed below; other batteries
will not charge.
Part No.
Note: Batteries are shipped uncharged from the
factory. New batteries could prematurely
indicate full charge, charge a new battery for
14-16 hrs before initial use.
HNN9008
HNN9009
HNN9010
HNN9011
HNN9012
HNN9013
Description
High-Capacity NiMH
Ultra-High-Capacity NiMH
Ultra-High-Capacity FM NiMH
High-Capacity FM NiCd
High-Capacity NiCd
Lithium-Ion
FM - Factory Mutual
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ACCESSORY INFORMATION
GETTING STARTED
Attaching the Battery
Removing the Battery
Battery
Latches
2
2
3
1
Slots
1.
2.
Fit the extensions at the bottom of the battery
into the slots at the bottom of the radio’s body.
Press the top part of the battery towards the
radio until you hear a click.
1.
Turn off the radio, if it is turned on.
2.
Slide the battery latches, on both sides of the
battery, downwards.
3.
Pull the top part of the battery away from the
radio’s body, and remove the battery.
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Removing the Antenna
1.
Align the threaded end of the antenna with the
radio’s antenna connector.
1.
2.
Turn the antenna clockwise to fasten it.
GETTING STARTED
Attaching the Antenna
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Turn the antenna counterclockwise until you
can remove it.
Attaching the Belt Clip
Removing the Belt Clip
GETTING STARTED
Belt Clip Tab
1
2
1.
Align the grooves of the belt clip with those of
the battery.
1.
Use a key to press the belt clip tab away from
the battery.
2.
Press the belt clip downwards until a click is
heard.
2.
Slide the belt clip upwards to remove it.
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GETTING STARTED
RADIO OPERATION
Radio On Message
Turning the Radio On or Off
At power up the radio will display a message
customised by your dealer, e.g.:
Radio On
After this text has been displayed, the radio perform
a self test routine. On completion of a successful
self test the radio will display:
Channel Number
ON
OFF
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To turn the radio on, turn the On-Off/Volume
Control knob clockwise.
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To turn the radio off, turn the On-Off/Volume
Control knob counterclockwise until you hear a
click.
This may be a number or an alias and will be the
channel currently selected by the rotary channel
selector. Alternatively, if required the radio may
display a message customised by your dealer, e.g.
Ready
Note: If your radio fails the self test routine consult
your dealer.
Adjusting the Radio’s Volume
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Turn the On-Off/Volume Control knob to adjust
the volume level.
Selecting a Radio Channel
Before selecting a channel ensure your radio is in
channel mode.
Method 1
Turn the rotary knob (1) clockwise or counterclockwise until you reach the desired channel indicated
on the display.
Note: The rotary knob default is channel mode.
Method 2
There are two ways to enter channel mode:
1
+ or e until:
Method 1
Press the Channel Mode direct access button, if
programmed by your dealer.
2
c to confirm your selection.
Method 2
1
c to enter Menu Mode
2
+ or e until:
3
c to select
4
Display shows e.g.:
Display shows:
(for 2 seconds)
Channel Number
or
Alias
Selected
Channel
Chan: 05
Note: After a short period of inactivity the radio
returns to the IDLE STATE.
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GETTING STARTED
Your radio offers up to 255 channels, however some
may not be programmed. Check with your dealer for
more information.
Once in channel mode, there are two ways to select
a channel:
GETTING STARTED
Sending a Call
Receiving a Call
1.
Select the desired radio channel.
1.
Turn your radio on and adjust the volume level.
2.
Press the PTT button and speak clearly into the
microphone.
Your mouth should be 2.5 to 5 cm away from
the microphone.
2.
Switch to the desired radio channel.
3.
If, at any time, a call is received you will hear
the call at the volume level you have set.
3.
When transmitting, the red indicator will light
continuously.
4.
Release the PTT button to listen.
Note:The system may have a limited call time and
the call may be terminated automatically if this
call time is exceeded.
Your radio may be configured for ‘Transmit Inhibit’
under certain conditions (e.g. when the channel is in
use by others) in which case, the channel busy tone
will sound when you press the PTT or call button to
indicate that transmission is inhibited.
When the channel is free, the Channel Free beep
will sound, and you can make a call.
If your radio is equipped with a transmit time out
timer (TOT), a warning tone
will
sound a few seconds before the transmission is cut
off. Your radio may be programmed to inhibit
retransmission within a preset time.
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Cancelling a Call
At any time while setting up a call it may be cancelled
by pressing the Monitor/Call Cancel button.
The call timer can also cancel a call.
Ending a Call
A call should always be ended by pressing the Monitor/
Call Cancel button.
RADIO CALLS
Making a Selective Call
You can make a selective call to a particular
radio, known as an individual call, or a group of
radios, known as a group call.
You can make calls by using the Contact List
or the Missed Calls List.
Press the PTT button or Call button.
2.
The call will terminate automatically when
the conversation has ended or press the
Monitor button.
Your radio has a call timer which shows the
time used on an incoming or outgoing selective
call
e.g.
Display shows:
Receiving a Selective Call
01:22
When you receive a selective call, you will hear
either,
an individual call alert tone
,
or a group call alert tone
.
The LED Indicator will light (yellow) and the
display will show the alias (name) or number
(address) of the calling radio e.g.
Display shows:
Addr: 234
To answer the call:
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RADIO CALLS
SELECTIVE CALLS
1.
RADIO CALLS
CONTACT LIST
When the radio is in the IDLE state or during a
call, the contact list may be used which allows
access to up to 255 preprogrammed numbers
accessed via the menu.
Depending on the way your radio is
programmed, the radio will display either the
alpha alias (name) or the number to be dialled.
There are two ways to enter the Contact List:
Method 1
Press the Contact List direct access button, if
programmed by your dealer.
Method 2
1
c to enter Menu Mode.
2
+ or e until:
3
c to select.
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Contact List
Once in the Contact List, there are two ways to
choose the desired address:
Method 1
Turn the rotary knob (1) clockwise or counterclockwise until you reach the desired address
indicated on the display.
Method 2
+ or e until:
Alpha Alias
f
Number
Once the desired address is displayed, there are
two methods to select the address:
RADIO CALLS
Method 1
c to confirm your selection.
Display shows:
(for 2 seconds)
Selected
Method 2
Press the PTT button or Call 1-4 to select address
and make the call.
Call 1-4 are pre-programmed call buttons.
Note: During a call you may enter the contact list
as described above and make another call to
a third party, or initiate a new call. In either
case the call may be a voice or status call.
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RADIO CALLS
MISSED CALLS
If a call remains unanswered, the call will be
stored by the radio, provided that Missed Calls
has been programmed into your radio.
Up to ten calls can be stored. If the same radio
calls more than once, only the most recent call
is stored. When ten calls have been stored by
the radio, depending on the radio
programming, the eleventh call received may
overwrite the first or not be stored by the radio.
When a new call has been stored by the radio,
the Missed Call icon Q will flash and the
display will show the alias (name) or number
(address) of the calling radio e.g:
To view the calls in the list via the menu:
1
c to enter Menu Mode.
2
Display shows:
3
c to select.
4
+ or e to
scroll list:
5
Missed Calls
Addr: Alias
c to confirm your
selection.
6
Display shows:
(for 2 seconds)
Selected
234
When the Missed Calls list has been read and
any missed calls retained, the Missed Call icon
will be illuminated.
The Missed Call List can also be entered
directly by pressing the Missed Call button (if
programmed) when the radio is in the IDLE
STATE or via the menu.
If using the Missed Call button, follow the
procedures from step 3 below.
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Note: In the Missed Calls list some alpha alias/
numbers may contain a suffix S, which
indicates a status message associated with
the call.
Example:
Display shows
Reception
RADIO CALLS
1
You can call back to any number in the Missed
Call list by:
S
1
where S is a status message associated with the
call
f
Displays message e.g.
On Break
f again
Displays status number
e.g.
Status 04
f again
Display shows
Reception
S
+ or e until
desired number is
displayed:
Addr: Alias
2
PTT button or c to make the call.
3
After the call is set-up, press PTT button and
talk with your mouth 2.5-5 cm from microphone. Release PTT to listen.
4
The call will terminate automatically when the
conversation has ended or press the
Monitor/Cancel button.
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RADIO CALLS
On a successful call set- up, the entry is
automatically deleted from the list together with
an associated status message.
Unanswered calls may be deleted from the
Missed Call list at any time by :
1
c to enter Menu Mode.
2
Display shows:
3
c to select.
4
+ or e to
select entry in list:
x x to exit Missed Calls List.
Display shows e.g.:
Ready
Note: The calls in the list are not deleted when the
radio is turned off.
Addr: Alias
x to request deletion.
6
Display shows:
7
c to confirm deletion.
8
Display shows
momentarily, then
returns to the Missed
Calls list.
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To exit the Missed Call List:
1
Missed Calls
5
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On deletion of the last message in the Missed
Calls list, the radio will exit the menu and return
to the IDLE STATE.
Delete?
/ Deleted
Addr: Alias
STATUS CALLS
Making a Status Call
When the radio is in the IDLE state or during a
call, the status list may be used to select a
status message to reply to a calling radio or
send your status to another radio.
There are two ways to enter the Status List:
Method 1
Press the Status List direct access button, if
programmed by your dealer.
1
c to enter Menu Mode.
2
+ or e until:
3
c to select
RADIO CALLS
A status is a code for transmitting prearranged
messages, e.g. status “05” may indicate
“Return to Base”. The prearranged messages
and associated code digits are contained in a
Status List which contains up to 255 entries.
This list is used for both incoming calls, when
the status of the calling radio is displayed, and
outgoing calls, when your status is sent either
to a requesting radio or to other radios.
Method 2
Status
Once in the Status List, there are two ways to
choose the desired status:
Method 1
Turn the rotary knob (1) clockwise or counterclockwise until you reach the desired status
indicated on the display.
Method 2
+ or e until:
Message Alias
(e.g On Break)
f
Number
(e.g. 04)
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RADIO CALLS
Once the desired status is displayed, there are two
methods to select the status:
Method 1
c to confirm your selection.
Display shows:
(for 2 seconds)
Selected
Method 2
Press the PTT button or Call 1-4 to select and make
the call. Call 1-4 are pre-programmed call buttons.
Note: During a call you may enter the status list as
described above and make another status
call to a third party or initiate a new status
call.
To send status message to another radio, select
radio Alias/ID from Contact List via menu and send
as detailed.
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Receiving a Status Call
1
Individual Call alert
sounds
2
Display shows:
RADIO CALLS
Your radio receives a Status Call when:
Stat:On Break
or
Stat:04
alternating with
Alias/Number
Where Status message “04” / “On Break” is
example status message. Note that status
number (04) only will be displayed if associated
message is not programmed into your radio.
Alias/Number is the name or number of the
calling radio.
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RADIO CALLS
EMERGENCY CALL
Your radio can be programmed to give you a
one-button quick access to call a particular
radio or centre (predefined by your dealer) in
emergency situations. This is the Emergency
Call.
When you make an Emergency call, your radio
goes into an Emergency state, which can be
programmed to:
•
continually receive speech,
•
give no audio feedback; the radio can
receive and transmit.
1.
Press the Emergency button to initiate an
Emergency call.
2.
Emergency can be stopped by:
•
Switching the radio Off and On again.
•
A reset message is received by your radio.
•
The emergency time duration is reached.
Note: The emergency time duration and reset
message are programmed into your radio by
your dealer.
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You may pre-record a message (for example to
confirm your location or status), which is sent
automatically when the emergency call is
activated. Refer to Voice Storage to use this
feature.
Should you receive an Emergency call the
incoming emergency alert tone
will sound.
FEATURES
x to remain in Emergency Message
Feature.
Voice storage allows you to perform various
voice related tasks which include voice
recorder and an emergency message feature.
9
Press and hold the Record/Playback button,
the Voice Storage Recording alert sounds
momentarily.
Voice Recorder
10 Record the call or part of the call.
You can record and playback incoming calls or
make a memo using the voice recorder feature,
which allows up to 2 minutes of recording.
To record an incoming call:
11 The Voice Storage Warning alert sounds
when the memory is nearly full.
VOICE STORAGE
1
c to enter Menu Mode.
2
+ or e until:
3
c to select.
4
+ or e until:
5
c to select.
6
Display shows:
7
c to delete emergency message prerecorded in Emergency Message feature.
Voice Storage
12 The Voice Storage Full alert sounds when the
memory is full and recording ceases.
13 Release the Record/Playback button at any
time to stop recording.
14 Subsequent messages can be stored by
repeating steps 9 to 13.
Recorder
Del Msg?
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FEATURES
8
FEATURES
To record a memo:
1
Ensure radio is in IDLE STATE.
2
c to enter Menu Mode.
3
+ or e until:
4
c to select.
5
+ or e until:
6
c to select.
7
Press and hold the Record/Playback button,
the Voice Storage Recording alert sounds
momentarily.
You will see:
Voice Storage
Recorder
Recording
Speak clearly into the radio microphone to
record your memo.
9
The Voice Storage Warning alert sounds
when the memory is nearly full.
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You will see:
Storage Full
11 Release the Record/Playback button at any
time to stop recording.
12 Subsequent messages can be stored by
repeating steps 7 to 11.
8
You will see:
10 The Voice Storage Full alert sounds when the
memory is full and recording ceases.
Storage Low
To playback a recorded call or memo:
Ensure radio is in IDLE STATE
2
Press the Record/Playback button to playback
the first recorded call or memo.
You will see:
3
FEATURES
1
Playing
Press the Record/Playback button again to
skip to the next message to be played back.
To delete a recorded call or memo:
1
Playback message as described in above
procedure.
2
Press the Cancel button to delete the message currently being played back.
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FEATURES
Emergency Message
You can pre-record an emergency message to
be sent automatically when the emergency call
feature is activated. This message may
contain, for example, your location or status
which may prove useful to the recipient,
especially if, in the emergency situation, you
are unable to talk.
To pre-record an emergency message:
1
Ensure radio is in IDLE STATE.
2
c to enter Menu Mode.
3
+ or e until:
4
c to select.
5
+ or e until:
6
c to select.
7
Display shows:
8
c to delete all messages recorded in
Voice Recorder feature.
9
x to remain in Voice Recorder
feature.
10
Press and hold the Record/Playback button,
the Voice Storage Recording alert sounds
momentarily.
You will see:
11
Speak clearly into the radio microphone to
record your message.
12
The Voice Storage Warning alert sounds
when the memory is nearly full.
You will see:
Storage Low
13
The Voice Storage Full alert sounds when the
memory is full and recording ceases.
You will see:
Storage Full
14
Release the Record/Playback button at any
time to stop recording.
15
Press the Record/Playback button to playback
the emergency message.
Voice Storage
Emergency Msg
Del Msg?
/ You will see:
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Recording
Playing
You can change the message at any time by
repeating the above procedure.
UTILITIES
UTILITIES
The utilities described below are programmed
into your radio by your dealer and are
accessible either via a programmable button or
via the menu.
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UTILITIES
SCAN
Using the Scan Button
You can monitor several channels in order to
receive any call that is transmitted on any of
these channels. Sixteen different channels can
be programmed into each scan list. Each
channel can share the same scan list or have
different scan lists assigned to them.
Once the radio’s scan operation is activated
and the radio detects a call coming through a
channel in its scan list, it switches to that
channel for you to receive the call.
1.
Press the Scan button to start scanning. The
scan start alert tone
will sound
and the display icon G lit .
2.
Press the Scan button again to stop scanning.
The scan stop alert tone
will
sound and the display icon G is
extinguished.
STARTING OR STOPPING SCAN
You can start or stop a scan operation by using
a pre-programmed Scan button or via the
menu, either when the radio is in the IDLE
STATE or when in a call.
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Using the Menu
Ensure radio is in IDLE STATE, or in a call.
2
c to enter Menu Mode.
3
+ or e until:
4
c to select.
5
+ or e until:
6
c to select.
Display shows
current status e.g. :
7
+ or e until:
8
c to select.
Display shows:
(for 2 seconds)
9
Radio exits menu
mode and display
shows e.g.:
Utilities
PRIORITY CHANNEL
Scan
Off
On
A scan list may contain a priority channel. This
means that a particular channel (for example, a
commonly used channel) may be checked
more frequently than other channels in the list
during a scan operation. Priority channels are
programmed into your radio scan lists by your
dealer, however when a priority channel is
included in a scan list, the scan icon changes
from G to H.
TALKBACK
Selected
Chan: 05
If the programmable Talkback option is set, you
can respond to any calls received during the
scan operation by pressing the PTT button
before the programmed hang-time ends. Check
with your dealer for details.
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UTILITIES
1
The scan start alert tone will sound, the display
icon G will be lit and the LED indicator will
blink green during a scan operation. When a
call on a channel is detected the LED will stop
blinking and the channel number will be
displayed.
UTILITIES
DELETING A NUISANCE CHANNEL
If a channel continually generates unwanted calls/
noise (a “nuisance” channel), you can temporarily
remove it from the scan list by performing a
Nuisance Channel Delete operation:
1.
While the radio is on the Nuisance Channel, press and hold the Nuisance Delete
button until you hear the scan start alert
tone.
2.
Release the Nuisance Delete button.
Note:You cannot perform a Nuisance Channel Delete
on a priority channel or if there is only one
remaining channel in the scan list.
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ADDING A DELETED NUISANCE CHANNEL
BACK INTO THE SCAN LIST
Using the Scan Button
1.
Press the Scan button to stop scanning.
The scan stop alert tone will sound.
2.
Press the Scan button again to re-start
scanning. The scan start alert tone will
sound, and the scan list will contain all
programmed channels.
Using the Menu
1.
Follow the instructions for selecting Scan
On/Off via the menu
2.
Select Scan Off. Your radio will stop scanning, the scan stop alert tone will sound,
the display icon G and the LED indicator
will be extinguished.
3.
Select Scan On. Your radio will re-start
scanning, the scan start alert tone will
sound, the display icon G will be lit , the
LED indicator will blink green and the scan
list will contain all programmed channels.
CALL FORWARD
You can switch On or Off Call Forward by
using a pre-programmed Call Forward button
or via the menu.
Using the Call Forward Button
1.
Press the Call Forward button to switch on
Call Forward, when the feature enable alert
will sound and the display will show:
1
Ensure radio is in IDLE STATE.
2
c to enter Menu Mode.
3
+ or e until:
4
c to select.
5
+ or e until:
6
c to select.
Display shows
current status e.g. :
Forwarded On
2.
Press the Call Forward button again to switch
off Call Forward when the feature disable alert
will sound and the display will show:
7
+ or e until:
8
c to select.
Display shows:
(for 2 seconds)
Forwarded Off
9
UTILITIES
You can call forward calls to your radio to
another radio if you are unable to take calls or
are away from your radio.
Using the Menu
Utilities
Call forward
Off
On
Selected
Radio exits menu and returns to IDLE STATE
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UTILITIES
TALKAROUND
In your communications network, you may be using
a system to cover a larger area than is possible with
your radio. However, you can communicate with
another radio within your radio’s range without
going through the system by using the Talkaround
feature. This is especially useful when the system is
down.
You can switch On or Off Talkaround by using
a pre-programmed Talkaround button or via
the menu.
Using the Menu
1
Ensure radio is in IDLE STATE.
2
c to enter Menu Mode.
3
+ or e until:
4
c to select.
5
+ or e until:
6
c to select.
Using the Talkaround Button
1.
Press the Talkaround button to switch on
Talkaround when the feature enable alert will
sound, the display icon J is lit and the display
will show:
Display shows
current status e.g. :
7
+ or e until:
8
c to select.
Display shows:
(for 2 seconds)
Talkaround On
2.
Press the Talkaround button again to switch
off Talkaround when the feature disable alert
will sound, the display icon J is extinguished
and the display will show:
Talkaround Off
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9
Radio exits menu
mode and display
shows e.g.:
Utilities
Talkaround
Off
On
Selected
Chan: 05
WHISPER
Using the Menu
You can switch On or Off Whisper by using a
pre-programmed Whisper button or via the
menu.
Using the Whisper Button
1.
Press the Whisper button to switch
Whisper on, when the feature enable alert will
sound and the display will show:
1
Ensure radio is in IDLE STATE.
2
c to enter Menu Mode.
3
+ or e until:
4
c to select.
5
+ or e until:
6
c to select.
Display shows
current status e.g. :
Whisper On
2.
Press the Whisper button again to switch
Whisper off, when the feature disable alert will
sound and the display will show:
7
+ or e until:
8
c to select.
Display shows:
(for 2 seconds)
Whisper Off
9
Radio exits menu
mode and display
shows e.g.:
UTILITIES
Whisper allows you to talk quietly into the radio
microphone when making a call, by increasing
the gain of the radio microphone.
Utilities
Whisper
Off
On
Selected
Chan: 05
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UTILITIES
LONE WORKER
Using the Menu
The Lone Worker feature enables you to work
alone with added safety.
1
Ensure radio is in IDLE STATE.
You can switch On or Off Lone Worker by
using a pre-programmed Lone Worker button
or via the menu.
2
c to enter Menu Mode.
3
+ or e until:
Using the Lone Worker Button
4
c to select.
1.
5
+ or e until:
6
c to select.
Press the Lone Worker button to switch Lone
Worker on, when the feature enable alert will
sound and the display will show:
Lone Wkr On
•
•
2.
You will be reminded at intervals that Lone
Worker is switched on by a high pitched alert
tone (Lone Worker Reminder) being sounded.
Press any button to respond and cancel the
alert, if you do not the radio will enter the Emergency state.
Press the Lone Worker button again to switch
Lone Worker off, when the feature disable alert
will sound and the display will show:
Lone Wkr Off
3.
You may also switch off Lone Worker by changing the channel or switching radio off and on
again.
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Display shows
current status e.g. :
7
+ or e until:
8
c to select.
Display shows:
(for 2 seconds)
9
Radio exits menu
mode and display
shows e.g.:
Utilities
Lone Worker
Off
On
Selected
Chan: 05
POWER LEVEL
You can switch between high and low power
levels by using a pre-programmed Power
Level button or via the menu.
1
Ensure radio is in IDLE STATE.
2
c to enter Menu Mode.
3
+ or e until:
4
c to select.
5
+ or e until:
6
c to select.
Using the Power Level Button
1.
Press the Power Level button to switch to high
power when the feature enable alert will
sound, the display icon H is lit and the display
will show:
Display shows
current status e.g. :
7
+ or e until:
8
c to select.
UTILITIES
You can transmit your calls at different transmit
power levels. A higher level means you can
reach a radio that is farther away. A lower power
level conserves battery power. Use the high
power setting only when necessary, to conserve
battery life.
Using the Menu
Utilities
Power Level
Low
High
High Power
2.
Press the Power Level button again to switch
to low power when the feature disable alert
will sound, the display icon L is lit and the display will show:
Display shows:
(for 2 seconds)
9
Radio exits menu
mode and display
shows e.g.:
Selected
Chan: 05
Low Power
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UTILITIES
COMPANDING
Companding is a collective term to define
compressing the audio signal on transmission
and expanding the audio signal on reception.
The overall effect is to reduce noise in the
received signal, giving you crisper, clearer
audio clarity. Companding should only be used
when other radios in your system have the
same companding feature available.
You can switch On or Off Companding by
using a pre-programmed Companding button
or via the menu.
Using the Menu
1
Ensure radio is in IDLE STATE.
2
c to enter Menu Mode.
3
+ or e until:
4
c to select.
5
+ or e until:
6
c to select.
Display shows
current status e.g. :
Using the Companding Button
1.
Press the Companding button to switch Companding on, when the feature enable alert will
sound, the display icon A is lit and the
display will show:
7
+ or e until:
8
c to select.
Display shows:
(for 2 seconds)
Companding On
2.
Press the Companding button again to switch
Companding off, when the feature disable alert
will sound, the display icon A extinguished
and the display willshow:
Companding Off
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9
Radio exits menu
mode and display
shows e.g.:
Utilities
Companding
Off
On
Selected
Chan: 05
BACKLIGHT
Using the Menu
You can switch On or Off the Backlight by
using a pre-programmed Backlight button or
via the menu.
1
Ensure radio is in IDLE STATE.
2
c to enter Menu Mode.
3
+ or e until:
4
c to select.
5
+ or e until:
6
c to select.
Using the Backlight Button
1.
Press the Backlight button to switch
Backlight on, when the feature enable alert will
sound and the display will show:
7
UTILITIES
Backlight illuminates the radio display and
menu navigation keys.
Your radio can be programmed to have the
backlight permanently on, permanently off or a
timed period, when any new information being
displayed, causes the backlight to remain on
for 10 seconds.
Utilities
Backlight
Display shows
current status e.g. :
Off
+ or e until:
On
or
Timed
Backlight Tmd
2.
or
Backlight On
8
Press the Backlight button again to switch
Backlight off, when the feature disable alert
will sound and the display will show:
9
Backlight Off
c to select e.g.:
Timed
Display shows:
(for 2 seconds)
Selected
Radio exits menu
mode and display
shows e.g.:
Chan: 05
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UTILITIES
OPTION BOARD
Your radio is capable of being fitted with an
option board. Each board will extend the
capability of your radio by adding a new feature
such as voice storage, voice scrambler or
trunking. See your dealer for the availability
and suitability of the various option boards.
You can switch On or Off the Option Board by
using a pre-programmed Option Board button
or via the menu.
Using the Menu
1
Ensure radio is in IDLE STATE.
2
c to enter Menu Mode.
3
+ or e until:
4
c to select.
5
+ or e until:
6
c to select.
Using the Option Board Button
1.
Press the Option Board button to switch the
Option Board on, when the feature enable alert
will sound, the option board icon N is lit and
the display will show:
Display shows
current status e.g. :
7
+ or e until:
8
c to select.
Utilities
Option Board
Off
On
Option Brd On
2.
Press the Option Board button again to switch
the Option Board off, when the feature disable
alert will sound, the option board icon N
extinguished and the display will show:
Option Brd Off
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Display shows:
(for 2 seconds)
9
Radio exits menu
mode and display
shows e.g.:
Selected
Chan: 05
VOICE OPERATED TRANSMIT (VOX)
UTILITIES
When the VOX headset/microphone is
connected, your radio may be used with
hands-free operation.
The VOX feature intelligently senses
background noise, so that it adapts
automatically to the noise level in the
environment in which you are working.
To start the VOX feature:
1.
Connect the VOX headset onto the
accessory connector of the radio.
2. Switch On the radio.
You can disable the VOX feature by pressing
the PTT button on the radio. This allows you to
use the VOX headset but you must press the
radio PTT to transmit.
To re-enable the VOX feature:
1.
Switch the radio Off and On again with the
headset connected to the accessory
connector
or,
2.
Change channel with the VOX headset
connected.
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UTILITIES
STUN/UNSTUN
For added security and to avoid abuse of the
radio system in which you operate, a feature
known as Stun/Unstun is included in your
radio.
This feature can only be activated by your
system manager or administrator.
For example, if your radio is stolen and is being
used illegally, your system administrator can
send a signal which will stun the radio making
it incapable of being used. This feature is also
useful if the system is being abused by a user
who is not complying with the correct
communications protocol.
The radio can only be unstunned, i.e. returned
to operational use, by an unstun signal sent
from the system administrator or returning the
radio for reprogramming.
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To enable you and your dealer/system
administrator to establish, quickly, the software
and radio parameters programmed into your
radio, a feature known as Radio Information
can be accessed via the menu.
On selection of Radio Information, your radio
display will indicate:
To access Radio Information
1
Ensure radio is in IDLE STATE.
2
c to enter Menu Mode.
3
+ or e until:
4
c to select.
5
+ or e until:
RADIO INFORMATION
RADIO INFORMATION
Radio Info
SW Version
•
Software (SW) version
or
•
Codeplug (CP) version
or
•
Software (SW) part number
CP Version
•
SW Part no
or
Codeplug (CP) part number
CP Part no
6
7
c to select e.g. :
SW Version
Display shows e.g. :
D02.00.01
x to select:
SW Version
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RADIO INFORMATION
8
+ or e for
further selections
following steps
6 and 7:
SW Version
or
CP Version
or
SW Part no
or
CP Part no
9
x x to exit
menu mode , display
shows e.g.:
English
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Chan: 05
SAFETY INFORMATION
This section provides information and instructions for
the safe and efficient operation of Motorola Portable
and Mobile Two-Way Radios.
For information regarding radio use in hazardous
areas, please refer to the Factory Mutual (FM)
approval manual supplement or Instruction Card
which is included with radio models that offer this
capability.
Exposure To Radio Frequency Energy
National and International Standards and
Guidelines
Your Motorola Two-Way Radio, which generates and
radiates radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic energy
(EME) is designed to comply with the following National
and International Standards and Guidelines regarding
exposure of human beings to radio frequency
electromagnetic energy:
•
Federal Communications Commission Report and
Order No. FCC 96-326 (August 1996)
•
American National Standards Institute
(C95.1 - 1992)
National Council on Radiation Protection and
Measurements (NCRP - 1986)
•
International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNRP - 1986)
•
European Committee for Electrotechnical
Standardisation (CENELEC):
• ENV. 50166-1
1995 E
Human Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields Low Frequency (0Hz to 10kHz)
• ENV. 50166-2
1995 E
Human Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields High Frequency (10kHz to 300GHz)
• Proceedings of
SC211/8 1996
Safety Considerations for
Human Exposure to E.M.F.s
from Mobile Telecommunications Equipment (M.T.E.) in
the Frequency Range
30MHz - 6 GHz (E.M.F. Electromagnetic Fields)
To assure optimal radio performance and that
human exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic
energy is within the guidelines set forth in the above
standards, always adhere to the following
procedures:
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SAFETY
Safe and Efficient Operation of Motorola
Two-Way Radios
•
SAFETY
Portable Radio Operation and
EME Exposure
Operational Warnings
!
When transmitting with a portable
radio, hold the radio in a vertical
position with its microphone 2.5 to 5
centimeters (1 to 2 inches) away from your mouth.
Keep antenna at least 2.5 centimeters (1 inch) from
your head and body.
If you wear a portable two-way radio on your body,
ensure that the antenna is at least 2.5 centimeters
(1 inch) from your body when transmitting.
MAN WITH RA
Electromagnetic Interference/Compatibility
Note: Nearly every electronic device is susceptible
to electromagnetic interference (EMI) if
inadequately shielded, designed or otherwise configured for electromagnetic compatibility.
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.
When instructed to do so, turn off your radio when
on board an aircraft. Any use of a radio must be in
accordance with airline regulations or crew
instructions.
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Vehicles With an Air Bag
WARNING
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.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Turn off your two-way radio when you are in any
area with a potentially explosive
atmosphere, unless it is a radio type especially
qualified for use in such areas (for example, Factory
Mutual or CENELEC Approved). Sparks in a
potentially explosive atmosphere can cause an
explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even
death.
Batteries
Do not replace or recharge batteries in a potentially
explosive atmosphere. Contact sparking may occur
while installing or removing batteries and cause an
explosion.
Batteries
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 two-way radio.” Obey all
signs and instructions.
All batteries can cause property damage and/or
bodily injury such as burns if a conductive material
such as jewellery, keys, or beaded chains touch
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.
Note:
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; areas where the air contains
chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust or metal
powders; and any other area where you would
normally be advised to turn off your vehicle engine.
Areas with potentially explosive atmospheres are
often but not always posted.
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• The use of chemicals such as
detergents, alcohol, aerosol
Caution
sprays, and/or petroleum
products may be harmful to and damage the
radio housing.
• Avoid physical abuse of the radio such as
carrying it by the antenna.
Operational Cautions
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Damaged Antennas
General Radio Care
Caution
Do not use any portable two-way radio that has a
damaged antenna. If a damaged antenna comes
into contact with your skin, a minor burn can result.
• The accessory connector (if fitted) has a
protective cap which should be left in place when
the connector is not in use.
• Clean the radio exterior using a cloth moistened
with clean water and a mild dishwashing liquid.
• The use of non-approved radio accessories may
damage the radio and invalidate warranty.
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SAFETY
Blasting Caps and Areas
NOTES
NOTES
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