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Motorola AX User Manual

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Attaching and Removing the Antenna
AX
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Threaded End
of Antenna
To Attach Antenna
1.
Fasten the antenna to the radio by placing the threaded end of
the antenna into the Antenna Connector.
2.
Rotate the antenna clockwise until tight.
To Remove Antenna
1.
Turn the antenna in a counter-clockwise direction until it dis-
engages from the radio.
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Attaching and Removing the Battery
Battery
Clasp
Antenna Connector
To Attach Battery
1.
Fit the battery slots with the grooves on the radio.
2.
Slide the battery upwards until a click is heard.
To Remove Battery
1.
Slide the battery clasp away from the radio.
2.
Slide the battery downwards.
3.
Pull the battery away from the radio.
Attaching and Removing the Belt Clip
Release Tab
Grooves
Mounting Grooves
To Attach Belt Clip
Battery Slots
1.
Align mounting rails of the radio with the grooves of the belt
clip.
2.
Slide the belt clip downwards until it clicks into place.
To Remove Belt Clip
1.
Insert the end of a key between the release tab and the back
surface of the radio.
2.
Lift the release tab.
3.
Slide the belt clip upwards.
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Charging your Radio
Your AX Series radio comes with a charging base and transformer.
Important Note: For instructions and safety information, please read
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the Charger Safety Instruction pamphlet (Motorola publication part
number 6881098C01) enclosed with your charger.
W A R N I N G
Note: The charger base accommodates either a stand-alone battery or
the radio with battery attached. If you charge the radio with battery
attached, make sure that the radio is OFF.
1.
Insert the transformer connector into the socket on the back
of the charger base.
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2.
Plug the opposite end of the connector into the AC wall
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outlet.
3.
Insert either a stand-alone battery or a radio with battery into
the charging pocket.
When the battery or the radio with battery is seated properly
in the pocket, the LED on the charger lights red.
The battery is fully charged after approximately 13 hours. The LED
remains lit until you remove the battery or the radio from the charger.
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  • Page 1

    Slide the belt clip upwards. Pull the battery away from the radio. Charging your Radio Your AX Series radio comes with a charging base and transformer. Release Tab Important Note: For instructions and safety information, please read the Charger Safety Instruction pamphlet (Motorola publication part number 6881098C01) enclosed with your charger.

  • Page 2

    Scan Scan allows you to monitor multiple channels and receive calls that are transmitted on them. Two types of scan are supported: Normal Scan and Priority Scan. Normal Scan searches all channels sequentially in the radio’s scan list, whereas Priority Scan allocates 50% of the scanning time to the Priority Channel (the first channel in the designated scan list).

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