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Motorola CLP446 User Manual

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CLP Series Two-Way Radio
User Guide
Model CLP446


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  • Page 1 CLP Series Two-Way Radio User Guide Model CLP446...
  • Page 2 Document Copyrights No duplication or distribution of this document or any portion thereof shall take place without the express written permission of Motorola. No part of this manual may be reproduced, distributed or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose without the express written permission of Motorola.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Radio Controls......2 Motorola Limited Warranty ... . 35 Getting Started .
  • Page 4: Computer Software Copyrights

    COMPUTER SOFTWARE products shall not be deemed to grant COPYRIGHTS either directly or by implication, estoppels, The Motorola products described in this or otherwise, any licence under the copyrights, manual may include copyrighted Motorola patents or patent applications of Motorola,...
  • Page 5: Radio Frequency (Rf) Exposure

    For downloading the full version of the user guide and RADIO FREQUENCY (RF) for a list of Motorola-approved batteries and other EXPOSURE SAFETY accessories, visit the following website: STANDARDS Product Safety and RF Exposure Compliance Before using this product, read the...
  • Page 6: Batteries And Chargers Safety

    Disassembly of the charger may Use of accessories not recommended by result in risk of electrical shock or fire. Motorola may result in risk of fire, electric shock To reduce risk of electric shock, unplug the or injury. charger from the AC outlet before attempting any maintenance or cleaning.
  • Page 7 OPERATIONAL SAFETY GUIDELINES • Turn the radio OFF when charging battery. • The charger is not suitable for outdoor use. Use only in dry locations/conditions. • Connect charger only to an appropriately fused and wired supply of the correct voltage (as specified on the product).
  • Page 8 Notes English...
  • Page 9: Introduction

    PACKAGE CONTENTS INTRODUCTION Your product package contains the following products and manuals: Thank you for purchasing a Motorola CLP Series • CLP Series Two-way Radio™ Two-Way Radio™. Your radio is a product of • Swivel Belt Clip Holster Motorola’s 80 plus years of experience as •...
  • Page 10: Radio Overview

    RADIO OVERVIEW RADIO CONTROLS Accessory Connector Power/Battery Button Menu Button Smart Status Volume Glow Control (+/-) Push-to-Talk (PTT) Button English...
  • Page 11: Getting Started

    GETTING STARTED Align the battery contacts with tabs in the battery compartment. Insert the contact side of the INSTALL THE BATTERY battery first, then press the battery down to secure in place. Push up the latch at the bottom of the battery Put the battery door back on the radio.
  • Page 12: Connecting A Wired Audio Accessory

    For detailed Audio (applicable on Bluetooth wireless technology Accessories List, please refer to enabled models only). for information on approved accessories. Plug the audio accessory straight into the Lower the radio volume BEFORE placing accessory connector on the radio. Screw the the audio accessory in or near your ear.
  • Page 13: Connecting A Bluetooth Wireless Technology Accessory (Selected Models Only)

    CONNECTING A BLUETOOTH WIRELESS Note: The Bluetooth feature is disabled when the wired audio accessory is plugged into the TECHNOLOGY ACCESSORY (SELECTED accessory connector on the CLP radio. MODELS ONLY) Reconnect to Last Connected Bluetooth Add Bluetooth Headset (Initial Pairing) Headset Turn the radio OFF.
  • Page 14 Turning the Radio On and Off Make a small loop in the cord. Pass the cord through the cord guide, nest the cord in the • To turn the radio ON, press and hold the Power/ U-shaped groove. Pull tight to lock the cord Battery button until you hear a short tone and the in place.
  • Page 15: Transmitting And Receiving

    The CLP Series radios offer a variety of Range, Number of Range, Square flexible carrying accessories. For detailed floors (*) Feet Carrying Accessories List, please refer to 80, 000 for information on approved accessories. Note: (*) Typical coverage English...
  • Page 16: Operation With Menu Settings

    OPERATION WITH MENU SETTINGS Press Menu button to navigate through the Menu settings. Voice Assisted Operation feature* (* may not be available on certain previous shipping radios). At any time in Menu mode, short press PTT or wait 3 seconds to exit the menu. HOW TO…...
  • Page 17: Selecting A Channel

    Selecting a Channel • [Colour] “Channel” – [Channel#] – “To change” – “press +/-” For CLP multi-channel models only: Select the channel you want. The LED reflects When powered ON, press the Menu button, the colour of the new channel. Press PTT button you can hear the voice prompt: to confirm or it is activated after 3-second hang time.
  • Page 18 Monitoring a Channel Press the Menu button to navigate to Scan mode. To activate, press the Menu button to navigate When Scan is OFF, you can hear the voice to Monitor mode. prompt: “Scan” – “To activate” – “press +/-”. When Monitor is OFF, you can hear the voice Press either “+/-“...
  • Page 19 Sending Call Tone (enabled through CPS) Talk Permit Tone (*) Press the Menu button to navigate to Call Tone. In mixed fleet situations, Bluetooth users may miss some words due to the Bluetooth connection not Press either “+/-“ button to transmit selected being established.
  • Page 20: Battery And Charger Features

    BATTERY AND CHARGER Motorola batteries are designed specifically to be used with a Motorola charger and vice versa. FEATURES Charging in non-Motorola equipment may lead to battery damage and void the battery warranty. BATTERY FEATURES The battery should be at about 77 °F (25 °C) (room temperature), whenever possible.
  • Page 21 Removing the Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) Battery Power Supply, Adapter and Drop-in Tray Charger Battery Latch Turn OFF the radio. The radio is packaged with one Drop-in Tray Charger with transformer. For details, see “Chargers” Section Push up the latch at the bottom of the battery on page 37.
  • Page 22: Charging A Standalone Battery

    Charging a Standalone Battery Connect the CLP power supply to a proper AC outlet. For your convenience the battery on the CLP radios Insert the battery into the tray, with the inside can be charged as a standalone battery using either surface of the battery facing the front of the P/N IXPN4028 a Single Unit Charger (SUC)
  • Page 23 Charging the Radio with the Drop-in Charging with the Drop-In Tray Tray Single Unit Charger (SUC) Multi-Unit Charger (Optional Accessory) The Multi-Unit Charger (MUC) allows drop-in Place the drop-in tray charger on a flat surface. charging of up to 6 radios. Each of the 6 charging Insert the connector of the power supply into the pockets can hold a radio (with battery installed).
  • Page 24: Charging Status Leds

    Note: If the radio is ON while charging, it takes longer to • For part number details, refer to the“Accessories” fully charge. Section on page 36. Insert the radio facing down (with battery Charger LED Indicator installed) into the charging pocket, making sure the radio contacts are aligned with the MUC contacts.
  • Page 25: Charging The Bluetooth Headset

    Charging the Bluetooth Headset • Plug the other end of the cloning cable to the USB port of the Bluetooth headset for charging. Refer to your Bluetooth headset leaflet for charging Note: Refer to the charging status light on your Bluetooth instruction.
  • Page 26 Checking Battery Status After the Smart Status Glow and Voice Assisted Operation features (*) indicate the BATTERY When powered on, short press and release the STATUS, it returns to the current channel colour. Power/Battery button, the Smart Status Glow and Voice Assisted Operation features (*) gives you Note: (*) May not be available on certain previous...
  • Page 27: Programming The Radio Through

    (CPS) and the CPS Programming Cable (*). CPS software is available for free as web based downloadable software at: Programming the Radio through a Single Unit Charger After downloading the CPS, install the software on your computer. Programming the Radio through a Multi-Unit...
  • Page 28: Factory Default Settings

    The CPS allows the user to change HKKN4025) is an accessory sold settings, such as General, Audio, Menu, separately. Please contact your Motorola Channels, Scan List, Customised PL/DPL, Point of Purchase for more information. Bluetooth (*) as well as select frequencies,...
  • Page 29: Radio Cloning

    CLONING INSTRUCTIONS RADIO CLONING Cloning Radios using the CLP Series CLONING RADIO SETTINGS Cloning Cable Kit P/N HKKN4026 (optional accessory) You can copy the CLP Series radio settings from one radio (the source) to a second radio using the CLP Series Single Unit Charger (SUC) Kit P/N IXPN4028 and CLP Series Cloning Cable Kit P/N HKKN4026 (optional accessory) or CLP Series Multi-Unit Charger (MUC) Kit P/N IXPN4029...
  • Page 30 Plug one side of the cloning cable After cloning is completed, the “Source microconnector to one Single Unit Charger. Radio” sounds either a “pass” tone (cloning Plug the other end to the second Single Unit was successful) or a “fail” tone (cloning Charger.
  • Page 31 What to do if cloning fails Note: This cloning cable is designed to operate only with compatible Motorola Drop-in Tray The radio emits an audible “bonk” indicating that Single Unit Charger. When ordering the the cloning process has failed. In the event that...
  • Page 32 Cloning Radios using the CLP Series Turn the target radio ON and place it in Multi-Unit Charger (MUC) Kit P/N IXPN4029 the pairing charging pocket that has the “CLONE” label and start the cloning process. (optional accessory) Press the “Menu” button on the source radio to start the cloning process.
  • Page 33: Advanced Radio Configuration (*)

    ADVANCED RADIO Note: For Bluetooth models, make sure the wired accessory is connected or the Bluetooth CONFIGURATION (*) headset is paired before entering Advanced Radio Configuration Mode. (*) Enhancement feature on CLP radios. May not be available on previous shipping radios. Press the PTT, “+”...
  • Page 34: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING Symptom Try this No Power Recharge or replace Li-Ion battery. Extreme operating temperatures affect battery life. Refer to “About the Li-Ion Battery” Section on page 12. Hearing other noises or Confirm Interference Eliminator Code is set. conversation on a channel Frequency or Interference Eliminator Code may be in use.
  • Page 35 Symptom Try this Limited talk range Steel and/or concrete structures, heavy foliage, buildings or vehicles decrease range. Check for clear line of sight to improve transmission. Change location of radio. To increase range and coverage, you can either reduce obstructions or increase power. UHF radios provide greater coverage in industrial and commercial buildings.
  • Page 36 Symptom Try this Heavy static or interference Radios are too close, they must be at least five feet apart. Radios are too far apart or obstacles are interfering with transmission. Low batteries Recharge or replace Li-Ion battery. Extreme operating temperatures affect battery life. Refer to “About the Li-Ion Battery”...
  • Page 37 Symptom Try this Unable to pair a Bluetooth Make sure the target Bluetooth headset is not connected to headset another device. Unable to connect to a Make sure the target Bluetooth headset is not connected to Bluetooth headset another device. Pairing with wrong Bluetooth Don’t perform pairing procedures next to other Bluetooth headset...
  • Page 38: Use And Care

    USE AND CARE Use a soft damp cloth Do not immerse in water. Do not use alcohol or to clean the exterior. cleaning solutions. If the portable is submerged in water... Turn OFF and Dry with soft cloth. Do not use until remove batteries.
  • Page 39: Radio Frequency And Code Charts

    RADIO FREQUENCY AND CODE CHARTS These charts provide frequency information and are useful when using Motorola CLP Series Two-Way Radios with other business radios. Most of the frequency positions are the same as Spirit M, GT, S, XTN, RDX and CLS Series frequency positions (where applicable), the bandwidths are different.
  • Page 40 CTCSS Code (Hz) Tone Tone CTCSS Frequency CTCSS Frequency CTCSS Tone Frequency (Hz) (Hz) (Hz) 114.8 203.5 67.0 118.8 210.7 71.9 123.0 218.1 74.4 127.3 225.7 77.0 131.8 233.6 79.7 136.5 241.8 82.5 141.3 250.3 85.4 146.2 122(*) 69.3 88.5 151.4 Customised CTCSS 91.5...
  • Page 41 DPL Code Code Code Code Code Code Code 123(*) Note: (*) New DPL code English...
  • Page 42 DPL Code (Continued) Code Code Code Code Inverted DPL 64 Inverted DPL 89 Inverted DPL 114 Inverted DPL 39 Inverted DPL 40 Inverted DPL 65 Inverted DPL 90 Inverted DPL 115 Inverted DPL 41 Inverted DPL 66 Inverted DPL 91 Inverted DPL 116 Inverted DPL 42 Inverted DPL 67...
  • Page 43: Motorola Limited Warranty

    Do not return your radio to Motorola. To be eligible to receive warranty verify any warranty claim. service, you must present your receipt of purchase •...
  • Page 44: Accessories

    BATTERIES ACCESSORIES Part No. Description AUDIO ACCESSORIES CLP Series High Capacity HKNN4013_ Li-Ion Battery Kit Part No. Description CLP Series Standard Li-Ion HKNN4014_ CLP Series Single Pin Battery Kit HKLN4435_ Adjustable Cord Earpiece CLP High Capacity Li-Ion HKLN4440_ CLP Single Pin Short Cord Battery Door Kit HKLN4437_ Earpiece...
  • Page 45: Chargers

    CHARGERS Part No. Description CLP Series Multi Unit Charger IXPN4029_ (MUC) Kit CLP Series Single Unit Charger IXPN4028_ (SUC) Kit PROGRAMMING CABLES Part No. Description HKKN4025_ CLP Series CPS Cable Kit HKKN4026_ CLP Series Cloning Cable Kit English...
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