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  • Page 1 APX™ TWO-WAY RADIOS APX 7500 MULTI-BAND CONSOLETTE DETAILED SERVICE MANUAL...
  • Page 2: Foreword

    The information contained in this manual relates to all APX™ 7500 Multi-Band Consolettes, unless otherwise specified. This manual provides sufficient information to instruct a user on how to use the product and to enable service shop personnel to troubleshoot and repair an APX 7500 Consolette to the component level. Product Safety and RF Exposure Compliance...
  • Page 3: Manual Revisions

    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 4 Notes...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Foreword......................ii Product Safety and RF Exposure Compliance.................... ii Declaration of Conformity..........................ii Manual Revisions............................iii Computer Software Copyrights ........................iii Document Copyrights..........................iii Disclaimer ..............................iii Trademarks ..............................iii List of Figures ....................xi List of Tables....................xii Related Publications..................xii Consolette Installation Guidelines ............xiii RF Operational Characteristics .........................xiii Product Safety and RF Exposure Compliance..................xiii...
  • Page 6 Table of Contents 1.5.3 General..........................1-8 Chapter 2 Theory of Operation ............2-1 System Overview ...........................2-1 Power Distribution ..........................2-1 2.2.1 5 Volt Regulator.........................2-2 2.2.2 3.3 Volt Unswitched Regulator ..................2-2 2.2.3 Wireline Voltage Regulator....................2-2 2.2.4 TPS65010 Power Management IC..................2-2 2.2.5 2.85 Volt Regulator......................2-2 2.2.6 1.5 Volt Regulator......................2-2 2.2.7...
  • Page 7 3.6.3 Power On/Off using the O5 Control Head .................3-6 3.6.4 Power Supply Battery Revert Operations................3-6 Programming the Consolette......................3-6 3.7.1 APX 7500 CPS Programming ...................3-7 3.7.1.1 Radio CPS settings specific to Consolette ...............3-7 3.7.1.2 FLASHport Updating the Consolette ..............3-10 3.7.2 Controller Card Configuration using a Web Browser ............3-11 3.7.2.1...
  • Page 8 viii Table of Contents 4.12.3.2 ACIM Inbound Command Handling................4-13 4.12.3.3 Extended Dispatch Operation ................4-15 4.12.4 Transmit Priority ......................4-16 4.12.5 Control Point Monitor.......................4-17 4.13 Headset Operation (L999_ required)....................4-17 4.13.1 Connection ........................4-18 4.13.2 Receive Operation......................4-18 4.13.3 Transmit Operation......................4-18 4.14 PTT Footswitch (L999_ required)....................4-18 4.15 Crosspatch Operation ........................4-18 4.15.1 Connection ........................4-19 4.16 APCO Interface ..........................4-20...
  • Page 9 Schematics, Board Layouts, and Parts Lists..................8-1 Chapter 9 Replacement Parts Ordering ..........9-1 Basic Ordering Information......................9-1 Motorola Online ..........................9-1 Mail Orders.............................9-1 Telephone Orders ..........................9-1 Fax Orders .............................9-2 Parts Identification..........................9-2 Where to Call for Service .......................9-2 9.7.1 Motorola System Support Center (SSC): ................9-2 68009482001 September 9, 2011...
  • Page 10 Table of Contents Chapter 10 Acronyms and Definitions ..........10-1 10.1 Terms and Definitions ........................10-1 Index ....................Index-1 September 9, 2011 68009482001...
  • Page 11: List Of Figures

    Figure 3-13. Audio Gain Settings Page (Top Page).................3-20 Figure 3-14. Audio Gain Settings Page (Bottom Page) ................3-20 Figure 4-1. Auxiliary Display ........................4-2 Figure 4-2. APX 7500 Consolette to MCC7500 topology ................4-6 Figure 4-3. APX 7500 Consolette to MCC7500 topology ................4-7 Figure 4-4. Remote Key-Up ........................4-7 Figure 4-5.
  • Page 12 Table 8-2. List of Schematics, Board Layouts, and Parts Lists ..............8-1 Related Publications APX 7500 Mobile Radio with O5 Control Head User’s Guide ............6875947M01 APX 7500 Mobile Radio Installation Manual .................. 6878215A01 APX 7500 Mobile Radio Basic Service Manual................6875964M01 APX 7500 Mobile Radio Detailed Service Manual .................
  • Page 13: Consolette Installation Guidelines

    • DO NOT operate the transmitter of any Consolette unless all RF connectors are secure and all connectors are properly terminated. • All equipment must be properly grounded in accordance with Motorola Standards and Guideline for Communications Sites “R56” 68P81089E50 and specified installation instructions for safe operation.
  • Page 14: Recommendations

    • Ground all RF transmission lines from the antenna structure to the shelter or building as described in Chapter 4, “External Grounding,” of the Motorola Standards and Guideline for Communications Sites “R56” 68P81089E50 manual. Upon entering the building, all RF transmission lines shall route through a coaxial RF-type TVSS (or Surge Protection Device).
  • Page 15 APX™ 7500 Multi-Band Consolettes Model Chart MODEL NUMBER DESCRIPTION L30URS9PW1_N L30KSS9PW1_N L30SSS9PW1_N L30QSS9PW1_N L30TSS9PW1_N (7/800/VHF) with GA00244_ and GA00308_ or GA00225_ and GA00306_ L30TSS9PW1_N (7/800/U1) with GA00244_ and GA00343_ or GA00341_ and GA00225_ L30TSS9PW1_N (7/800/U2) with GA00244_ and GA00346_ or GA00345_ and GA00225_ L30TSS9PW1_N (VHF/U1) with GA00306_ and GA00343_ or GA00341_ and GA00308_ L30TSS9PW1_N (VHF/U2) with GA00306_ and...
  • Page 16 X X X X X X X X X X 0310907B08 Star screw, 5mm X X X X X X X X X X HPN4010_ Power supply X X X X X X X X X X 0271853N01 Nut, M4 X X X X X X X X X X 3075385H01 Mobile to power supply extension cable...
  • Page 17: Apx™ 7500 Multi-Band Consolettes

    xvii APX™ 7500 Multi-Band Consolettes Transmitter Specification 700 MHz 800 MHz UHF R1 UHF R2 Frequency Range/ 764-776 MHz 806-824 MHz 136-174 MHz 380-470 MHz 450-520 MHz Bandsplits 794-806 MHz 851-870 MHz Channel Spacing 25/12.5 kHz 25/20/12.5 kHz 30/25/12.5 kHz 25/12.5 kHz 25/12.5 kHz Maximum...
  • Page 18: Power And Battery Specification

    xviii Power and Battery Specification Minimum RF Power Output 10-35 Watts (764-870 MHz), 10-50 Watts (136-174 MHz), 10-40 Watts (380-470 MHz), 10-45 Watts (450-485 MHz), 10-40 Watts (485-512 MHz), 10-25 Watts (512-520 MHz) AC Operation 110 to 220VAC 50-60Hz AC Surge Spec EN6100-4-5 Level 5 DC Operation 13.8VDC ±20% Negative Ground...
  • Page 19: Fcc Certification Id

    FCC Certification ID FCC ID Model/ IC Designation Band and Power Level RF Band IC Model Number Combination AZ492FT3824 L30KSS9PW1AN 109U-92FT3824 10-50 Watts (136-174 MHz) AZ492FT4894 L30QSS9PW1AN 109U-92FT4894 10-40 Watts (380-470 MHz) AZ492FT4895 L30TSS9PW1AN 109U-92FT4895 10-50 Watts (136-174 MHz) and VHF/U1 L_MHUT1008A 10-40 Watts (380-470 MHz)
  • Page 20 ACIM Specification ACIM Signal Levels RS232; 2-wire operation only ACIM Connector Type RJ45 USB Specifications USB Connector Type Type A (Host), Type B (Device) Data Rate USB 1.1 Full Speed Compliant Allowable Accessories See Target Peripheral List E&M Specifications Input Qty 1, for PTT, active LOW Input Rating 5.5V, 12mA MAX...
  • Page 21: Chapter 1 Introduction And Ordering

    Chapter 1 Introduction and Ordering Notations Used in This Manual Throughout the text in this publication, you will notice the use of note, caution, warning, and danger notations. These notations are used to emphasize that safety hazards exist, and due care must be taken and observed.
  • Page 22: Welcome To Apxtm 7500 Multi-Band Consolette

    The APX 7500 Consolette is available in the 7/800MHz, VHF, UHF R1, and UHF R2 bands (mid power models only). Configurations include both the limited front panel and the full featured front panel (contains the O5 control head).
  • Page 23: Options

    Introduction and Ordering: Options Options Refer to the price pages or the system planner for detailed ordering information. The APX Consolette is offered in two configurations: A. L999_: with a full featured front panel containing an O5 control head, a numeric keypad, an auxiliary display for Clock and VU Meter functionality.
  • Page 24: Auxiliary Equipment

    If this packaging was disposed of by the customer, additional packaging kits can be purchased from Motorola Solutions. It is the responsibility of the customer to properly package the equipment prior to shipping. Prior to shipping in the unit, please purchase the HBN5097_ for use with the APX 7500 Consolette.
  • Page 25: Recommended Cabling

    Introduction and Ordering: Auxiliary Equipment 1.4.3 Recommended Cabling The APX 7500 Consolette has several ports and supports many different style cables. The chart in this section describes the functionality required along with the corresponding Consolette port locations and the supported cable kits.
  • Page 26: Feature Comparison

    Introduction and Ordering: Feature Comparison Feature Comparison 1.5.1 Front Panel Functionality Figure 1-1. Full Featured Front Panel Figure 1-2. Limited Front Panel Table 1-2. Front Panel Functionality Full Feature Limited Features* Front Panel Front Panel (L999_) (L998_) Local Control Head Supported ¥...
  • Page 27: Rear Panel Functionality

    Introduction and Ordering: Feature Comparison Table 1-2. Front Panel Functionality Full Feature Limited Features* Front Panel Front Panel (L999_) (L998_) External Keyload Port ¥ ¥ External Programming Port(s) ¥ ¥ External IV&D Port ¥ ¥ Tactical OTAR Port ¥ ¥ Control head on/off switch ¥...
  • Page 28: General

    Introduction and Ordering: Feature Comparison 1.5.3 General Table 1-4. General Full Feature Limited Features* Front Panel Front Panel (L999_) (L998AA) Power supply with battery revert ¥ ¥ AC Power on/off switch ¥ ¥ Intermittent Duty Cycle (EIA/TIA) ¥ ¥ Dual Band supported ¥...
  • Page 29: Chapter 2 Theory Of Operation

    Chapter 2 Theory of Operation System Overview The APX Consolette consists of several key components: the Mainboard, the O5 control head, the APX mobile radio and a power supply. The O5 control head provides part of the user interface for the APX Consolette radio system.
  • Page 30: Volt Regulator

    Theory of Operation: Power Distribution 2.2.1 5 Volt Regulator U1300 is a 5 volt (VCC_5V) switching regulator with a 3A maximum output current. It supplies all the power for the Mainboard with the exception of the ON/OFF circuits. In addition to being the voltage source for many of the Mainboard’s pull-up resistors, VCC_5V also supplies power to the RS232 transceiver U1704 and is the USB Host interface’s VBUS source.
  • Page 31: Headset Microphones 4.8 Volt Regulator

    Theory of Operation: System Communications Overview 2.2.7 Headset Microphones 4.8 Volt Regulator U1306 is a Texas Instruments TPS71501 low drop-out adjustable regulator with an output current of 50mA. The voltage is set to within 5% of 4.8V (4.8V_BIAS). This voltage provides the bias for both headset microphones’...
  • Page 32: Can Bus And Auto-Termination

    Theory of Operation: System Communications Overview The Mainboard also converts transmit audio input signals from the Consolette back panel to SSI using a CODEC. Moreover, received audio from the transceiver is sent to the Mainboard on this CAN bus. The FPGA on the Mainboard converts the CAN data back to SSI and routes the signal to a CODEC.
  • Page 33: Clocks And Oscillators

    Theory of Operation: System Communications Overview 2.3.5 Clocks and Oscillators The controller clock distribution consists of several primary clock sources: • 32.768kHz - Crystal oscillator (Y402) is used as a startup clock provided to the OMAP processor (U400). An additional 32.768kHz crystal (Y1601) is placed to provide a reference signal to the Real-Time Clock IC (U1601).
  • Page 34: Main Ssi Bus

    Theory of Operation: System Communications Overview • SPI_MISO: SPI input serial data • SPI_MOSI: SPI output serial data • SPI_CLK: SPI Clock 2.3.9 Main SSI Bus The main SSI bus is used by OMAP to transfer data to the FPGA. This SSI Bus uses a 1.536 MHz clock, 8 kHz Frame sync, 16 bit word size, and 12 slots.
  • Page 35: Usb Host Port

    Theory of Operation: System Communications Overview Figure 2-1. USB D+ and D- during full speed transaction 2.3.13 USB Host port The USB host port uses a Philips ISP1105 transceiver (U303), which is connected to OMAP Pin Group 2. This transceiver is USB 1.1 compliant, low and full speed. Upon connection of an external USB device to the USB host port, the Consolette Mainboard provides VBUS to the device by enabling over-current IC TPS2041B (U1706), which provides over-current and short circuit protection for VBUS.
  • Page 36: Ethernet Connectivity

    Theory of Operation: System Communications Overview 2.3.14 Ethernet Connectivity The Consolette has an RJ-45 connector on the back panel for LAN communications. The Consolette is capable of both 10baseT and 100baseT data rates. The LAN circuit contains a Micrel KSZ8841 Ethernet MAC Controller IC (U704) and supports Auto- Negotiation at 10/100Mbps Full and Half Duplex communications.
  • Page 37: Recorder And External Pa Receive Audio

    Theory of Operation: System Communications Overview Ratio) of front panel speaker maximum, 66%(1.5:1 Ratio) of front panel speaker maximum, or 50% (2:1 Ratio) of front panel speaker maximum. Also, the minimum and maximum volume levels of the headsets can be set using the Consolette Configuration. The “Headset Speaker Min (RX) Gain Setting”...
  • Page 38: Apco, Crosspatch, And Audio Jack Receive Audio

    2-10 Theory of Operation: System Communications Overview 2.3.15.3 APCO, Crosspatch, and Audio Jack Receive Audio Receive analog audio originating from Codec OUTP3 (RX_FILT_AUDIO) is the single-ended audio source for APCO receive audio, crosspatch receive audio, audio jack receive audio, and wireline receive audio.
  • Page 39: External Speaker Receive Audio

    Theory of Operation: System Communications Overview 2-11 2.3.15.5 External Speaker Receive Audio There is a secondary speaker (referred to as the external speaker) output on the low speed connector board’s 14-pin Terminal Connector J103 pins 1 (EXT_SPKR+) and 2 (EXT_SPKR-). The audio source for these pins originates from the J600 connector on the APX mobile’s TIB.
  • Page 40: Headset Transmit Audio

    2-12 Theory of Operation: System Communications Overview Local paddle microphone audio is digitized in the O5 control head and sent on the CAN_AUDIO bus from the control head to the Consolette controller card (PPLN1689). On the Consolette controller card, this digitized CAN audio is converted to SSI audio by the Nautilus FPGA (U900) and routed to the DSP where its gain can be adjusted via the “Controlhead Mic (TX) Gain Setting”...
  • Page 41: Apco And Crosspatch Transmit Audio

    Theory of Operation: System Communications Overview 2-13 2.3.16.2 APCO and Crosspatch Transmit Audio The crosspatch and APCO transmit audio paths share the same Codec INP1; however, these paths are not summed. They are mutually exclusive, so only one of these paths is routed to Codec INP1 at any given time.
  • Page 42: Transmit Audio Routing To Remote

    2-14 Theory of Operation: System Communications Overview other means to set the HLGT to audio ratio. If “TRC AGC Configuration” is disabled, or “Hardware PTT” or “ACIM” are selected as the “Wireline Function” in the Consolette Configuration Audio Parameters page, then the gain of the wireline transmit audio is adjustable linearly via the “Wireline In (TX) Gain Setting”.
  • Page 43: Chapter 3 Installation

    Read the entire procedure and the suggestions offered to help plan the installation. Make sure all necessary equipment and facilities are available during installation. The APX 7500 Consolette is not recommended for dense site applications (that is, dense metropolitan areas or antenna farms). The Consolette should be installed per the R56 Manual, Standards and Guidelines for Communication Sites.
  • Page 44: Desktop Installation

    Installation: Antenna Connections 3.3.2 Desktop Installation The Consolette may be placed on any solid, flat surface with easy access to the power source and RF transmission line. Keep in mind the ventilation requirements as previously described in section 3.2, "Ventilation," on page 3-1.
  • Page 45: Figure 3-2. Antenna Label

    Installation: Antenna Connections a. The antenna should be mounted outside the building on the roof or a tower if at all possible. b. As with all fixed site antenna installations, it is the responsibility of the licensee to manage the site in accordance with applicable regulatory requirements and may require additional compliance actions such as site survey measurements, signage, and site access restrictions in order to ensure that exposure limits are not exceeded.
  • Page 46: Power And Ground Connection

    Installation: Power and Ground Connection Power and Ground Connection 3.5.1 General All Consolettes should have a separate AC power circuit with proper current and voltage for Consolette operation. Refer to the specifications section in the front of this manual for AC requirements of each model.
  • Page 47: Dc Input Power (Optional)

    Installation: Power On/Off 3.5.3 DC Input Power (Optional) Connection of DC input power to the Consolette is offered as an option. The Consolette power supply supports a DC input of 13.8VDC +/- 10%. 1. First, install the Consolette as described in section 2.3, "Station Mounting Procedures," on page 2-1.
  • Page 48: Power On/Off Using A Dc Source

    This button can be enabled in the radio codeplug by setting the Ignition Switch setting to “Blank” using APX 7500 CPS. Note that while in this configuration, the user must press the Power On/Off button to turn on the unit. In the event there is a loss of AC power, the unit will remain OFF until the user presses the Power On/Off button to re-enable the Consolette.
  • Page 49: Apx 7500 Cps Programming

    GCAI connector on the O5 control head or on the auxiliary GCAI connector on the front panel of the Consolette. For details on the operation of the transceiver and its settings, refer to the APX 7500 Mobile Detailed Service Manual (6875963M01) and the APX 7500 O5 Control Head Mobile Radio User Guide (6875947M01).
  • Page 50 Installation: Programming the Consolette 3.7.1.1.3 Programming the APX Consolette to MUTE the MDC data burst In some Consolette configurations it may be desirable to configure the Consolette to MUTE the MDC data burst at the external rear panel audio outputs (Wireline, Rx Audio, etc.) and local speaker. For example, if MDC ID's are viewed at the Front Panel control head display or if they are passed to a console via the ACIM interface.
  • Page 51 Trunking channels. To enable this extended functionality, the Extended Dispatch Operation option (GA00469AA) must be ordered and then the field enabled in the radio APX 7500 CPS on a Conventional System-by-System basis. Decode functionality includes: •...
  • Page 52: Flashport Updating The Consolette

    • Call Alert/Page Operation – Set to ”Resp Only” or “List Only” or “Unlimited” 3.7.1.2 FLASHport Updating the Consolette The APX 7500 CPS application is used to Flash upgrade the O5 control head, the mobile radio, and the Consolette controller card firmware if needed. For more information refer to the APX 7500 Mobile Detailed Service Manual (6875963M01) and the APX 7500 CPS application help screens.
  • Page 53: Controller Card Configuration Using A Web Browser

    MotorolaRadioRNDIS.inf on the PC. This is the same file used by other Motorola radios for USB connectivity (e.g. for packet data applications) and may already be present on the PC as it is a file normally installed by the APX Family CPS;...
  • Page 54 3-12 Installation: Programming the Consolette 3.7.2.2.1 Connecting to the Consolette by Ethernet 1. The Consolette defaults to an IP address of 169.254.132.2. This is a "non-routable" address which will not pass through a router on a LAN. It is necessary to configure the Consolette with the correct addresses for the LAN.
  • Page 55 Installation: Programming the Consolette 3-13 2. RNDIS requires a suitable setup file to be installed on the PC for the attached device to be recognized. For the Consolette the required file is MotorolaRadioRNDIS.inf. Copy this file to your PC. 3. The Consolette provides both host and device USB ports. For connection to a PC, the Consolette must act as a device.
  • Page 56: Reading The Controller Card Setting From The Browser

    3-14 Installation: Programming the Consolette 3.7.2.3 Reading the controller card setting from the browser Upon successful connection to the Consolette, the following notice will be presented to the user: Figure 3-4. Initial Screen Once the user accepts the terms, the following authentication popup will appear: Figure 3-5.
  • Page 57: Setting A New Username And Password

    Installation: Programming the Consolette 3-15 Enter the factory default user name and password as follows: • User Name: new-user • Password: serial number of your Consolette with the alphanumeric characters in uppercase (ex. 123ABC4567) Upon successful login, the Consolette Main Menu Page will appear. Figure 3-6.
  • Page 58: Assigning A New Ip Address

    3-16 Installation: Programming the Consolette Figure 3-7. Networks Parameters page 3.7.2.5 Assigning a new IP Address: Assigning a new IP address is not necessary as long as the Consolette is not used on a Local Area Network (LAN). However, if the Consolette is to be connected to a network, the Consolette’s network addresses should be configured at this time.
  • Page 59: File Maintenance On The Pc

    Installation: Programming the Consolette 3-17 3.7.2.7 File maintenance on the PC From the Main Menu page there are links to save the codeplug as a file on the PC; to clone a codeplug file from the PC into a Consolette; to restore a Consolette from a saved codeplug file; or to load a codeplug file into the browser for viewing.
  • Page 60: Figure 3-9. Audio Parameters Page

    3-18 Installation: Programming the Consolette Figure 3-9. Audio Parameters Page Figure 3-10. Top half of Remote Interface parameters page September 9, 2011 68009482001...
  • Page 61: Figure 3-11. Lower Half Of Remote Interface Parameters Page

    Installation: Programming the Consolette 3-19 Figure 3-11. Lower half of Remote Interface parameters page Figure 3-12. Softmenu Assignment Page 68009482001 September 9, 2011...
  • Page 62: Figure 3-13. Audio Gain Settings Page (Top Page)

    3-20 Installation: Programming the Consolette Figure 3-13. Audio Gain Settings Page (Top Page) Figure 3-14. Audio Gain Settings Page (Bottom Page) September 9, 2011 68009482001...
  • Page 63: Remote Control Via Trc Setup

    Installation: Programming the Consolette 3-21 3.7.3.1 Remote Control via TRC Setup The Consolette can be remotely controlled using Tone Remote Control (TRC). Refer to section 4.12.2 for more details on this operation. To configure the Consolette for TRC operation, first enable TRC by selecting “TRC” under “Wireline Function”...
  • Page 64: Remote Control Via Acim Setup

    3-22 Installation: Programming the Consolette 9. Dekey the Consolette by deactivating the APCO PTT signal. 10. On the Audio Parameters page of the Configuration Application, restore Wireline Function to the previous or desired value, then click the “Store” button. 3.7.3.2 Remote Control via ACIM Setup The Consolette can be remotely controlled from a Console supporting the RS232-based ACIM port.
  • Page 65: Table 3-1. Rx_Audio Deviation Levels

    Installation: Programming the Consolette 3-23 Table 3-1. RX_Audio Deviation Levels Channel Spacing Rated System Deviation 60% Rated System Deviation 12.5 kHz 2.5kHz 1.5kHz 20 kHz 4.0 kHz 2.4 kHz 25 kHz 5.0 kHz 3.0 kHz Connect to the RX_AUDIO path and measure the audio level. The output is nominally 300 mVrms. Adjust the “RX Codec Adjustment”...
  • Page 66: Rear Panel Setup

    3-24 Installation: Programming the Consolette 3.7.3.4 Rear Panel Setup 3.7.3.4.1 Headset Setup On the Audio Parameters Page (Figure 3-9) there is the “Headset Speaker Volume Ratio” field. This field provides 3 different volume ratios to the front panel speaker volume. This provides a way to avoid needing to constantly adjust the Consolette volume knob when switching between the use of headsets and the front panel speaker.
  • Page 67 Installation: Programming the Consolette 3-25 Hardware PTT (Aux Tx) – This selection enables the rear panel Hardware PTT input where transmit audio is input at the rear panel Aux Tx pin. The Hardware PTT (Aux Tx) selection is incompatible with the Wireline Function "Hardware PTT" selection. If the Wireline Function "Hardware PTT" is enabled when Hardware PTT (Aux_Tx) is selected the Wireline Function will be forced to "None".
  • Page 68 Also note that from the APX 7500 CPS, the external speaker can be set to have a fixed volume level or be controlled via the volume knob on the O5 control head.
  • Page 69: Front Panel Setup

    Installation: Programming the Consolette 3-27 3.7.3.5 Front Panel Setup 3.7.3.5.1 Front Panel Microphone Setup (Available with Option L999_) The Consolette ships factory defaulted for use with a paddle mic connected to the O5 Control Head. If the Consolette is intended to be used without a microphone connected to the O5 Control Head, then the Default Control Head HUB State must be configured as On Hook in the APX mobile CPS.
  • Page 70 Configuration” fields, the function buttons labeled P1, P2, and P3 can be configured for “KPM purple”, “KPM one-spot”, and “KPM two-spot” consecutively. APX 7500 CPS can then be used to assign any available radio function to these 3 programmable buttons such as Monitor, Emergency, Secure, Scan, VIP Out control (ex.
  • Page 71: Chapter 4 Feature Operation

    ACIM interface continue to operate in this configuration. Microphone and Headset connections are intended to be made at the remote deskset/console position. For details on the operation of the O5 control head, refer to the APX 7500 O5 Control Head Mobile Radio User Guide (6875947M01).
  • Page 72: Front Panel Speaker (L999_ Required)

    Feature Operation: Front Panel Speaker (L999_ required) Front Panel Speaker (L999_ required) Full Featured Front Panel models also contain an internally housed speaker. Receive audio, tones, and remote transmit audio are present at this speaker. The audio loudness can be controlled by the rotary volume knob on the O5 control head.
  • Page 73: Vu Meter Operation

    Feature Operation: VU Meter Operation Setting the clock is accessed through the SETUP softmenu underneath the auxiliary display. Exiting clock set mode causes the time to be programmed and time display resumes counting from the newly entered time. A period of keypad inactivity while in clock set mode will also cause the Consolette to exit clock set mode, but the new time will not be programmed into the hardware.
  • Page 74: Front Panel Programming Buttons

    When configured for Radio Functions, the functionality that can be programmed onto these buttons is the same as that defined in the APX 7500 CPS for the Keypad Mic programmable sidebuttons. Use of these buttons can allow easier selection of radio features (ex. Scan, Auxiliary Control) with a single button press versus navigating the softmenus on the O5 control head.
  • Page 75: Emergency Alarm Decode

    The APX Consolette supports Emergency Alarm decode on MDC Conventional, ASTRO Conventional, Type II Trunking and APCO P25 Trunking signaling types. Using APX 7500 CPS, the Consolette can be configured to display the ID on the attached O5 control head (if present), sound an alert tone, and activate a general purpose output when an Emergency Alarm is decoded.
  • Page 76: Tone Remote Control Operation

    Chan_Act_Relay_Out Distance: distance of LAN capability Distance: 50 feet Figure 4-2. APX 7500 Consolette to MCC7500 topology To configure this, the Consolette Configuration Codeplug should select Hardware PTT as the PTT input associated with the Wireline. When the balanced Wireline Interface is unmuted to receive audio, the associated logic output (CHAN_ACT_RELAY_OUT) on the DB25 on the rear panel will be driven with the signal that is provided on CHAN_ACT_RELAY_IN.
  • Page 77: Trc Command Decoding

    Distance: distance of leased Distance: distance of LAN capability line capacity Figure 4-3. APX 7500 Consolette to MCC7500 topology 4.12.2.2 TRC Command Decoding When TRC functionality is enabled in the Consolette codeplug, and when the TX wireline input of the codec is selected, the Consolette will monitor the incoming wireline audio for the presence of TRC tone sequences.
  • Page 78: Table 4-3. Tone Pattern

    Feature Operation: Wireline Interface Supported guard tone (both HLGT and LLGT) frequencies include: 2100Hz, 2175Hz, 2300Hz, and 2325Hz. The supported range of function tone frequencies include: 450Hz to 2050Hz in 100Hz increments. The frequencies can be mapped to functions in the Consolette codeplug. See section 3.7.3.1 for information on setting up the tone table.
  • Page 79: Trc Command Handling

    Feature Operation: Wireline Interface Operation Tone Sequence Monitor HLGT-MON HLGT-CHAN-LLGT PTT Coded HLGT-CODED-CHAN-LLGT PTT Clear HLGT-CLEAR-CHAN-LLGT If any other sequence of tones is received, the Consolette will consider the sequence invalid and will ignore it in order to prevent unexpected behavior. Note that because the Consolette enforces positive mode control, each PTT sequence must include a Channel Select command even if the channel is not being changed.
  • Page 80: Trc Audio Processing

    Feature Operation: Wireline Interface NOTE: It is not possible to select the transmit Encryption Key (CKR) through the TRC interface. Refer to the APX 7500 CPS for more details on configuring the radio's secure settings. Encryption Key strapping is recommended for TRC operation.
  • Page 81: Acim Interface

    Feature Operation: Wireline Interface 4-11 4.12.3 ACIM Interface The Wireline Interface can be used in conjunction with the ACIM Interface. The Wireline is for audio, and the ACIM Interface is for digital control messages to the FNE (AIS/V.24 over RS232 interface). For more information on the Wireline configuration, see section 3.7.3.
  • Page 82: Acim Outbound Command Handling

    4-12 Feature Operation: Wireline Interface NOTE: Enabling and disabling Scan operation is not supported via the ACIM interface. Scan operation enabled in the Consolette is not recommended when used with a remote console using the ACIM interface. Scan operation in the radio can cause the radio to unmute to audio on an unselected channel.
  • Page 83: Acim Inbound Command Handling

    (modes) where the Encryption Key must be properly selected in order to decrypt inbound secure calls. For this reason it is recommended to use CKR strapping for Analog modes. See the APX 7500 CPS for more details on programming the Consolette radio's secure settings.
  • Page 84: Table 4-5. Supported Id

    4-14 Feature Operation: Wireline Interface The Console GUI may show the alias (or Unit ID) of the source of the transmission if a Unit ID was received with the transmission. The Consolette supports inbound group calls, Voice Selective Calls, Trunking Private Calls and Emergency Calls. Not all air interface types support all inbound voice transmission types.
  • Page 85: Extended Dispatch Operation

    Operated Squelch) in the MDC System and set the Rx Unmute Delay appropriately for the system in the MDC Personality using APX 7500 CPS. When using an external MDC decoder (ACIM MDC ID reporting disabled), the DOS must be disabled and the Rx Unmute Delay set to 0ms in order to pass the MDC data down the wireline.
  • Page 86: Transmit Priority

    4-16 Feature Operation: Wireline Interface • Radio Enable/Disable - allows the Console user the ability to make unusable (Inhibit) a specific subscriber and correspondingly restore a unit to normal operation (Un-Inhibit). • Radio Check - allows the Console user the ability to remotely ping a specific subscriber. •...
  • Page 87: Control Point Monitor

    Feature Operation: Headset Operation (L999_ required) 4-17 4.12.5 Control Point Monitor The Consolette supports Control Point Monitor as defined by the FCC. The local Consolette speaker will unmute for remote (e.g. Wireline) audio that is being passed from the remote device to the Consolette to be transmitted.
  • Page 88: Connection

    4-18 Feature Operation: PTT Footswitch (L999_ required) NOTE: The MCC Series Headset Jack B1913A is not supported by the Consolette. Headset connections are only supported on Consolette models with a full featured front panel. They are not active on limited front panel units. 4.13.1 Connection When a Headset Interface Box is connected to the rear panel, the Consolette will detect the connection and mute the front panel speaker.
  • Page 89: Connection

    The Consolette comes equipped with the Crosspatch functionality. To operate the feature, first connect a cable between two APX Consolettes via the dedicated RJ45 Crosspatch connector on the rear panel. Cables are not provided by Motorola, refer to Chapter 6 “Cabling Diagrams and Rear Panel”.
  • Page 90: Apco Interface

    4-20 Feature Operation: APCO Interface 4.16 APCO Interface The Consolette supports the APCO Interface. Table 4-7. Signals Table Function Definition Abbreviation Transmit A(tx) This is an unbalanced low level transmit audio input relative to Audio ground. The input sensitivity is 300mVrms nominal for 60% rated transmit system deviation.
  • Page 91: Battery (Ac Power Fail) Alert Tone Operation

    Feature Operation: Battery (AC Power Fail) Alert Tone Operation 4-21 • Alert 2 sends a pulsed 1500 hertz tone alternating with an 800 hertz tone • Alert 3 sends a pulsed 1500 hertz tone only The alert tone is transmitted by the radio when the operator presses and holds the alert softkey (or programmed button).
  • Page 92: External Pa Operation

    PA system. A typical use case is in a firehouse where the PA system needs to be turned off in the evening and then re-enabled during the day. Refer to the APX 7500 CPS Help Screens for VIP Outs for additional details on how to configure the transceiver for Auxiliary Control capability or section 3.7.1.1...
  • Page 93: Vip Operation

    (ex. DOOR, ALRM). • Failsoft Indication - The Consolette can be set up via APX 7500 CPS to activate a VIP output in the event that the Consolette enters these states: Out of Range, Wide Area, Failsoft. Each indication can be assigned a specific VIP Output.
  • Page 94: Crossmute Operation (L999_ Required)

    MUTE_IN* input is accessible on the DB25 Accessories Connector (J104 pin 16). The TX_ACTIVITY* output is accessible on the DB25 Accessories Connector (J104 pin 1). Cables are not provided by Motorola, refer to Chapter 6 “Cabling Diagrams and Rear Panel”.
  • Page 95: Emergency

    Feature Operation: Emergency 4-25 4.26 Emergency The Consolette supports a logic input that when asserted can trigger an over-the-air Emergency Alarm as if the user pressed the Emergency button on the front of the O5 control head. This interface can be used with an Emergency Footswitch. The user would have to modify the accessory to attach to the DB25 accessories connector on the rear of the Consolette.
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  • Page 97: Chapter 5 Maintenance

    This section details the procedures necessary to remove and replace the printed circuit boards in the APX 7500 Consolette radio. After troubleshooting and determining what needs to be replaced, disconnect the test equipment, the antenna cable, and the power cable.
  • Page 98: Top Cover

    Maintenance: Assembly and Disassembly Procedures 5.2.1 Top Cover 5.2.1.1 Removing the Top Cover 1. Remove the four screws (A) that retain the cover to the housing as shown in Figure 5-1 using a T25 TORX™ driver. 2. Slide the top cover towards the rear and then lift the top cover straight up to remove. Screw (A) Screw (A) Figure 5-1.
  • Page 99: Front Panel

    Maintenance: Assembly and Disassembly Procedures 5.2.2 Front Panel 5.2.2.1 Removing the Front Panel 1. Remove the two screws (A) on the bottom of the front panel assembly as shown in Figure 5-2 using a T25 TORX™ driver. 2. Unplug all cables connected to the front panel assembly and control head to the mobile radio and Consolette main board.
  • Page 100: Replacing The Control Head (O5)

    Maintenance: Assembly and Disassembly Procedures 5.2.2.3 Replacing the Control Head (O5) 1. Insert the Control Head in the Front of the Panel Assembly. 2. Use a T25 TORX™ driver bit to insert two screws (B) as shown in Figure 5-2. 5.2.2.4 Replacing the Front Panel 1.
  • Page 101: Replacing The Main Board

    Maintenance: Assembly and Disassembly Procedures 5.2.3.2 Replacing the Main Board 1. Align the Main Board on the Radio Mounting Bracket which has two locating Pins. 2. Install the eight screws (A) on the main board assembly as shown in Figure 5-3 using a T15 TORX™...
  • Page 102: Replacing The Mobile Radio

    Maintenance: Assembly and Disassembly Procedures 5.2.4.2 Replacing the Mobile Radio 1. Place radio bracket over replacement mobile radio oriented as shown in Figure 5-4 and install four screws using a T25 TORX™ driver. Place thermal pad on bottom of mobile radio. 2.
  • Page 103: Replacing The Fan

    Maintenance: Assembly and Disassembly Procedures 5.2.5.2 Replacing the Fan 1. The chassis has a slot that will match up with to the tab on the Fan Assembly Bracket. 2. Place the Fan Assembly into the chassis with the tab inserted in the chassis slot. 3.
  • Page 104: Replacing The High Speed Board

    Maintenance: Assembly and Disassembly Procedures 5.2.6.2 Replacing the High Speed Board 1. Align the components on the High Speed Board with cutouts in the chassis. 2. Line up the holes on the High Speed Board with the standoffs on the chassis. 3.
  • Page 105: Replacing The Low Speed Board

    Maintenance: Assembly and Disassembly Procedures 5.2.7.2 Replacing the Low Speed Board 1. Align the components on the Low Speed Board with the cutouts on the chassis. 2. Line up the holes on the Low Speed Board with the standoffs on the Chassis. 3.
  • Page 106: Replacing The Power Supply

    5-10 Maintenance: Assembly and Disassembly Procedures 5.2.8.2 Replacing the Power Supply 1. Push aside the cable retainer before sliding the Power Supply between the two chassis brackets all the way to the back of the chassis. 2. Turn the chassis to the bottom side. 3.
  • Page 107: Chapter 6 Cabling Diagrams And Rear Panel

    TO THE ACIM J22-ACIM Connector ACIM_TXD of the TRC ACIM_RXD ACIM_RXD TRC to ACIM Cable Orientation (not provided by Motorola) ACIM Connector J22-ACIM Connector on the Consolette (looking from the outside) (looking from the outside) Figure 6-1. Consolette to Centracom/ACIM Card Cable NOTE: An off-the-shelf 1-to1 cable may be used for the Consolette to Centracom/ACIM Card - Data Cable.
  • Page 108: Consolette To Ccgw/Wireline Interface - Audio Cable

    OF THE LINE 1 - LINE 2 - CONSOLETTE LINE 1 - Consolette to CCGW/Wireline Audio Cable Orientation (not provided by Motorola) Wireline Connector on the Consolette CCGW Connector (looking for the outside) (looking from the outside) Figure 6-3. Consolette to CCGW/Wireline Interface - Audio Cable...
  • Page 109: Crossmute Cable Diagram

    Cabling Diagrams and Rear Panel: Crossmute Cable diagram Crossmute Cable diagram CROSSMUTE PINOUT (J104) J104 Signal CONSOLETTE 1 (J104) CONSOLETTE 2 (J104) Number TX_ACTIVITY* MUTE_IN* TX_ACTIVITY* TX_ACTIVITY* MUTE_IN* MUTE_IN* 16 Male DB25 Connector Male DB25 Connector CONSOLETTE 1 TO CONSOLETTE 2 CROSSMUTE CABLE ORIENTATION J104 ON CONSOLETTE 2 J104 ON CONSOLETTE 1 (LOOKING FROM THE OUTSIDE)
  • Page 110: Usb J16 (Usb-A)

    Cabling Diagrams and Rear Panel: Rear Panel Connector Pin Descriptions 6.6.2 USB J16 (USB-A) Table 6-2. USB HOST Signal Name Description VBUS_HOST USB Host Power Connection - Power supplied out to external USB device D-_HOST USB Host Data- D+_HOST USB Host Data+ Ground 6.6.3 USB DEVICE J15 (USB-B)
  • Page 111: Accessory 1 Connector J104 (Db-25)

    Cabling Diagrams and Rear Panel: Rear Panel Connector Pin Descriptions 6.6.5 ACCESSORY 1 CONNECTOR J104 (DB-25) Table 6-5. Accessory 1 Signal Name Description TX_ACTIVITY* Active low logic output to indicate when the Consolette is transmitting. Ground Not Used RX_AUDIO[A(rx)] Receive audio from Codec at a fixed level of approximately 300 mVrms.
  • Page 112: Headset 2 J12 (Rj45)

    Cabling Diagrams and Rear Panel: Rear Panel Connector Pin Descriptions Signal Name Description INT_SPKR_ACTIVITY* Active low logic output to indicate when there is valid audio on the internally housed Consolette speaker. EXT_SPKR_ACTIVITY* Active low logic output to indicate when there is valid audio on the external secondary speaker.
  • Page 113: Wireline J21 (Rj45)

    Cabling Diagrams and Rear Panel: Rear Panel Connector Pin Descriptions Signal Name Description HDST2_PTT* Active low logic input for Headset 2 PTT HDST2_SPKR+ Speaker high output for use with Headset 2. Ground 6.6.8 WIRELINE J21 (RJ45) Table 6-8. Wireline Signal Name Description Not Used Not Used...
  • Page 114: Crosspatch J24 (Rj45)

    Cabling Diagrams and Rear Panel: Rear Panel Connector Pin Descriptions 6.6.10 CROSSPATCH J24 (RJ45) Table 6-10. Crosspatch Signal Name Description RX_AUDIO Receive audio from the Codec at a fixed level of approximately 300mVrms. CP_CHAN_ACTIVITY* Active low logic output to indicate when the RX_AUDIO path is being driven with valid audio,tones.
  • Page 115: Line Out P100 (Audio Jack 3.5Mm)

    Cabling Diagrams and Rear Panel: Rear Panel Connector Pin Descriptions Signal Name Description Ground Ground 6.6.13 LINE OUT P100 (AUDIO JACK 3.5MM) Table 6-13. Line Out Signal Name Description Ground RX_AUDIO_BUFF RX_AUDIO signal for use with a powered external speaker RX_AUDIO_BUFF RX_AUDIO signal for use with a powered external speaker...
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  • Page 117: Chapter 7 Troubleshooting Charts And Error Codes

    Chapter 7 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes This chapter contains detailed troubleshooting flowcharts. These should be used as a guide in determining the problem areas. They are not a substitute for knowledge of circuit operation and astute troubleshooting techniques. It is advisable to refer to the related detailed circuit descriptions in the theory of operation chapter prior to troubleshooting a radio.
  • Page 118: Table 7-2. Error Table

    Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes List of Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Chart Title Page 7-25 Wireline RX Audio - A 7-26 Wireline RX Audio - B 7-27 2-Wire Wireline TX Audio - A 7-28 2-Wire Wireline TX Audio - B 7-29 2-Wire Wireline TX Audio - C 7-30...
  • Page 119: Troubleshooting Charts

    Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts Troubleshooting Charts Consolette does not appear to be Is AC Is the power connected green power on and the power switch LED lit on the rear panel Connect the AC power cable and turn on the power switch.
  • Page 120 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts See Mainboard voltage Are both displays on? troubleshooting chart. Does an error message appear at Refer to the Error code chart. power on? Do the radio and Reprogram the radio or Mainboard have the Mainboard with the correct correct firmware? version of firmware.
  • Page 121 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts Consolette does not transmit or receive properly Is the mobile radio programmed to Program correctly correct frequencies? Are all radios in the system programmed to correct frequencies? Properly configure Apply Push to Talk to Properly connect RF codeplug and/or Consolette via O5...
  • Page 122 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts Note: Standard test signal is an on-channel signal at -47 dBm (1 mV into 50 Ohms), modulated by a 1 kHz tone at 60% of the maximum permissible frequency deviation. Apply standard test signal to receiver (see note) With volume...
  • Page 123 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts Set up Consolette for tests. Make sure all connectors and cables are in connect positions. Turn on Consolette. A+ (from power supply) Check that AC or DC source is present and that the Is 13.2V power supply is functioning.
  • Page 124 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts A+ present at U1300-2 VCC_5V Is 5V present Is 3V present Replace 5V at U1300-1? at U1300-7? Regulator U1300. Is 3.3V VCC_5V present at U1300-1 Replace transistor present at package Q1308. Q1308-2? J6_IGNITION CH_IGNITION Is 13.2V Reprogram/...
  • Page 125 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts 9.6V_AA Verify 0 Ohm jumper R2301 is placed properly. Is 9.6V Verify R1340 is placed & measures 33.2K. present at SWB+ present at Q1306-2 Verify R2300 is placed & measures 4.75K. R2301? Check/Replace Voltage Regulator U1320. 4.8V_AA Is 4.8V Verify 0 Ohm jumper R2323 is placed properly.
  • Page 126 7-10 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts VCC_3.3V Is 3.3V Verify 0 Ohm jumper R1332 is placed properly. present at VCC_5V present at U1300-1 Check/Replace PCIC U1301. R1332? VCC_1.35V Is 1.35V Verify 0 Ohm jumper R2320 is placed properly. present at Verify R1394 is placed &...
  • Page 127 On the PC, open Device Manager. Remove and reinsert the USB cable on the Consolette. Does The PC has “Motorola APX properly Series Consolette” recognized the appear under Network USB connection to Adapters? the Consolette Is the PC...
  • Page 128 7-12 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts Is a USB Replace or remove On the Mainboard, Hub in place between Hub and connect check DC voltage the PC and the PC directly to from FL1500 pin1 Consolette? Consolette to ground when the USB cable is plugged into the PC and Consolette...
  • Page 129 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts 7-13 Apply an on-channel signal at -47dBm, modulated by a 1kHz tone at 60% rated system deviation, to the Consolette receiver. Refer to the APX7500 Is there a 1kHz, Detailed Service ~300 mVrms tone at the Is the APX7500 mobile Manual for correct Accessory 1 Connector...
  • Page 130 7-14 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts ~300mVrms tone present Verify R2830, R2831, C1871, Is there a 1kHz, C1872, U1802, C1851 & R2832 ~300mVrms tone at are placed properly & the R2832? resistor values are correct Is ~1.35Vdc There may be an issue with the present at U1802-10 &...
  • Page 131 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts 7-15 Apply an on-channel signal at -47dBm, modulated by a 1kHz tone at 60% rated system deviation, to the Consolette receiver. Refer to the APX7500 Detailed Service Is there a 1kHz, ~300 Is the APX7500 mobile Manual for correct mVrms tone at the 3.5mm operating properly?
  • Page 132 7-16 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts ~300mVrms tone present Verify R1883, R1884, C1823, Is there a 1kHz, C1850, U1802, C1824 & R1885 ~300mVrms tone at are placed properly & the R1885? resistor values are correct. Is ~1.35Vdc There may be an issue with the present at U1802-12 &...
  • Page 133 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts 7-17 Apply an on-channel signal at -47dBm, modulated by a 1kHz tone at 60% rated system deviation, to the Consolette receiver. Refer to the APX7500 Is there a 1kHz, Detailed Service ~300 mVrms tone at the Is the APX7500 mobile Manual for correct Crosspatch Connector...
  • Page 134 7-18 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts ~300mVrms tone present Verify R2830, R2831, C1871, Is there a 1kHz, C1872, U1802, C1851 & R2832 ~300mVrms tone at are placed properly & the R2832? resistor values are correct. Is ~1.35Vdc There may be an issue with the present at U1802-10 &...
  • Page 135 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts 7-19 Verify “Public Address Amplifier Audio” is set to Output RX only in the Audio Parameters of the Consolette Configuration. Apply an on-channel signal at -47dBm, modulated by a 1kHz tone at 60% rated system deviation, to the Consolette receiver.
  • Page 136 7-20 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts ~300mVrms tone present Verify R2824, R2825, C1866, Is there a 1kHz, C1880, C1867, U1802, C1868 ~300mVrms tone at & R2826 are placed properly & R2826? the resistor values are correct. Is ~1.35Vdc There may be an issue with the present at U1802-3 &...
  • Page 137 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts 7-21 Connect a 150 Ohm load across Headset 1 Connector pins HDST1_SPKR+ (J11-7) & HDST1_SPKR- (J11-3). Mute the local speaker using the Speaker Mute Button. Apply an on-channel signal at -47dBm, modulated by a 1kHz tone at 60% rated system deviation, to the Consolette receiver.
  • Page 138 7-22 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts Connect a 150 Ohm load across Headset 2 Connector pins HDST2_SPKR+ (J12-7) & HDST2_SPKR- (J12-3). Mute the local speaker using the Speaker Mute Button. Apply an on-channel signal at -47dBm, modulated by a 1kHz tone at 60% rated system deviation, to the Consolette receiver.
  • Page 139 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts 7-23 Verify “Recorder Configuration” is set to Record RX only in the Audio Parameters of the Consolette Configuration. Apply an on-channel signal at -47dBm, modulated by a 1kHz tone at 60% rated system deviation, to the Consolette receiver. Refer to the APX7500 Is there a 1kHz, ~300 Detailed Service...
  • Page 140 7-24 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts ~300mVrms tone present Verify R2834, R2835, C1874, Is there a 1kHz, C1875, U1802, C1876 & R2836 ~300mVrms tone at are placed properly & the R2836? resistor values are correct. Is ~1.35Vdc There may be an issue with the present at U1802-5 &...
  • Page 141 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts 7-25 Verify the “Wireline Configuration” in the Consolette Configuration is set to 600 Ohm. Connect a 600 Ohm load across Wireline Connector pins LINE1+ (J21-3) & LINE1- (J21-6). Apply an on-channel signal at -47dBm, modulated by a 1kHz tone at 60% rated system deviation, to the Consolette receiver.
  • Page 142 7-26 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts ~165mVrms tone present Verify C1846, R1838, R1837, Is ~2.2Vdc Is there a R1839, C1841, C1842, C1843, Is there a There may be an issue with the present at U1808-5 & measureable 1kHz tone U1808, R1840 &...
  • Page 143 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts 7-27 Verify the “Wireline Configuration” in the Consolette Configuration is set to 2-wire and 600 Ohm and “TRC AGC Configuration” is set to Disabled. Also verify “Wireline Function” is set to Hardware PTT in the Audio Parameters of the Consolette Configuration Inject a 1kHz, 1.55Vrms tone from a 600 Ohm source across Wireline Connector’s LINE1+...
  • Page 144 7-28 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts ~450mVrms tone not present at R1836 Verify R1832, C1832, R1833, C1833, R1858, U1806 & R1836 are placed properly & the resistor values are correct. Is ~4.8Vdc There may be an issue with the present at U1806-3 &...
  • Page 145 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts 7-29 ~450mVrms tone not present at U1808-8 Verify C1838, C1839, R1827, R1828, R1829, R1830 & U1806 are placed properly & the resistor values are correct. Verify LINE1+ (J21-3) & LINE1- (J21-6) are being routed Is ~4.5Vdc properly through the high speed There may be an issue with the...
  • Page 146 7-30 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts Verify the “Wireline Configuration” in the Consolette Configuration is set to 4-wire and 600 Ohm and “TRC AGC Configuration” is set to Disabled. Also verify “Wireline Function” is set to Hardware PTT in the Audio Parameters of the Consolette Configuration.
  • Page 147 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts 7-31 ~450mVrms tone not present Verify R1832, C1832, R1833, C1833, R1858, U1806 & R1836 are placed properly & the resistor values are correct. Is ~4.8Vdc There may be an issue with the present at U1806-3 & internal board routing of 4.8V_WL ~9.6Vdc present at and/or 9.6V_WL.
  • Page 148 7-32 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts ~690mVrms tone not present Verify LINE2+ (J21-4) & LINE2- Do high speed board conn. Is there a 1kHz tone Is there a 1kHz tone (J21-5) are being routed pins J21-4 & J21-5 have continuity greater than 600mVrms greater than 600mVrms at properly through the high speed...
  • Page 149 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts 7-33 Verify the “Crosspatch-Hardware PTT Selection” in the Consolette Configuration is set to Hardware PTT. Inject a 1kHz, 300 mVrms tone from a 600 Ohm source into Accessory Connector’s AUX_TX (J104-17) & short PTT* (J104-10) to ground. Refer to the APX7500 Does the Detailed Service...
  • Page 150 7-34 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts Parts placed properly Is ~1.35Vdc There may be an issue with the present at U1801-10 & internal board routing of ~3.3Vdc present at VCC_1.35V and/or VCC_3.3V. U1801-4? Verify AUX_TX (J104- Is there continuity Is there a 1kHz, 17) is being routed between J104-17 on the...
  • Page 151 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts 7-35 Verify the “Crosspatch-Hardware PTT Selection” in the Consolette Configuration is set to Crosspatch. Inject a 1kHz, 300 mVrms tone from a 600 Ohm source into Crosspatch Connector’s CP_AUX_TX (J24-8) & short CP_PTT* (J24-7) to ground. Refer to the APX7500 Does the Detailed Service...
  • Page 152 7-36 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts Parts placed properly Is ~1.35Vdc There may be an issue with the present at U1801-5 & internal board routing of ~3.3Vdc present at VCC_1.35V and/or VCC_3.3V. U1801-4? Verify CP_AUX_TX Is there continuity Is there a 1kHz, (J24-8) is being routed between J24-8 on the high...
  • Page 153 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts 7-37 Inject a 1kHz, 80 mVrms tone from a 50 Ohm source into Headset 1 Connector’s HDST1_MIC+ (J11-5) & short HDST1_PTT* (J11-6) to ground. Refer to the APX7500 Does the Detailed Service Is the APX7500 mobile Consolette key up and Manual for correct operating properly?
  • Page 154 7-38 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts Inject a 1kHz, 80 mVrms tone from a 50 Ohm source into Headset 2 Connector’s HDST2_MIC+ (J12-5) & short HDST2_PTT* (J12-6) to ground. Refer to the APX7500 Does the Detailed Service Is the APX7500 mobile Consolette key up and Manual for correct operating properly?
  • Page 155 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts 7-39 O5 Display Error Codes O5 Display Text Trigger Event Troubleshooting Recommendation ERROR 1C/02 Consolette operation is enabled in a non Replace transceiver with a L30 model transceiver L30 model Codeplug for full support of Consolette functionality. ERROR 1C/10 Consolette Controller board did not report Check cable connections between Consolette...
  • Page 156 7-40 Troubleshooting Charts and Error Codes Troubleshooting Charts Notes September 9, 2011 68009482001...
  • Page 157: Chapter 9 Replacement Parts Ordering

    Crystal orders should specify the crystal type number, crystal and carrier frequency, and the model number in which the part is used. Motorola Online Motorola Online users can access our online catalog at https://www.motorola.com/businessonline To register for online access, please call 800-814-0601 (for U.S. and Canada Service Centers only).
  • Page 158: Fax Orders

    1-800-422-4210, menu 3 Where to Call for Service The Motorola System Support Center (SSC) is the primary Motorola contact for service. After collecting the required information and writing a detailed problem report, contact the Motorola System Support Center for help with the problem.
  • Page 159: Chapter 10 Acronyms And Definitions

    10/100 Megabit Twisted Pair Ethernet Network Two-Wire Interface (Transmit and Receive on same copper pair) Four-Wire Interface (Transmit and Receive on different copper pairs) ACIM ASTRO Console Interface Module; a Motorola proprietary digital RS232 interface to the Console via the CCGW Automatic Gain Control ASTRO...
  • Page 160 10-2 Acronyms and Definitions: Terms and Definitions Term Definition Off-the-shelf Personal Computer Push-to-talk; Another name for the base station’s M-Lead. An input to the station to cause it to transmit over the air. RoHS Restriction of Hazardous Substances, European Union Regulation RS232 A TIA/EIA standard for serial transmission between computers and peripheral devices, officially known since 1984 as TIA/EIA-232-E.
  • Page 161: Index

    Index Index parts ............... 8-1 schematics ............8-1 troubleshooting charts ........... 7-1 AC power installation ..........3-4 maintenance antenna installation ...........3-2 alignment ............... 4-1 disassembly/reassembly power supply ............4-6 top cover ............4-2 manual board layouts, list of ..........8-1 notations ..............1-1 revisions ..............iii caution notation ............1-1 clock/VU...
  • Page 162 Index-2 ventilation installation ..........3-1 wall mounting installation .......... 3-2 warning notation ............1-1 September 9, 2011 68009482001...