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RDU4100+, RDU4103+ & RDV5100+ Non-Display Models

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  • Page 1 Two-Way Radios User Guide RDU4100+, RDU4103+ & RDV5100+ Non-Display Models...
  • Page 2 DRAFT 1 Open Source Software Legal Notices: This Motorola product contains Open Source Software. For information regarding licenses, acknowledgements, required copyright notices and other usage terms, refer to the documentation for this Motorola product at: http://businessonline.motorolasolutions.com Go to: Resource Center > Product Information > Manual > Accessories.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    DRAFT 1 Battery Features ....15 CONTENTS About the Li-Ion Battery ... . . 14 Battery Recycling and Disposal .
  • Page 4 DRAFT 1 Receiving a Call ..... . 29 Example of Programming a Freq uency .39 Example of Programming a Code..40 Talk Range.
  • Page 5 The Critical Events Table ... .52 Motorola Limited Warranty for the Geographic Filter ....53 United States and Canada.
  • Page 6: Product Safety

    DRAFT 1 For a list of Motorola-approved antennas, PRODUCT SAFETY batteries and other accessories, visit the following website which lists approved PRODUCT SAFETY AND RF accessories: EXPOSURE COMPLIANCE www.motorolasolutions.com/RDX Before using this product, read the operating instructions and RF energy...
  • Page 7: Introduction

    Thank you for purchasing the Motorola® RDX 8000 West Sunrise Boulevard Series™ Radio. This radio is a product of Plantation, Florida 33322 Motorola's 80 plus years of experience as a world leader in the designing and PACKAGE CONTENTS manufacturing of communications equipment.
  • Page 8 DRAFT 1 For a copy of a large-print version of this user guide or for product-related questions, contact 1-800-448-6686 in the USA 1-800-461-4575 in Canada 1-888-390-6456 on TTY (Text Telephone) For product related information, visit us at: www.motorolasolutions.com/RDX English...
  • Page 9: Fcc Licensing Information

    DRAFT 1 To transmit on these frequencies, you are FCC LICENSING required to have a license issued by the FCC. INFORMATION Application is made available on FCC Form 601 and Schedules D, H, and Remittance Form INTERFERENCE INFORMATION 159. Operation is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference.
  • Page 10 Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Motorola may void the user’s authority granted by the FCC to operate this radio and should not be made. To comply with...
  • Page 11: Canada Licensing Information

    Fill in the items as per the instructions. If you GENERAL INFORMATION need additional space for any item use the The operation of your Motorola radio is subject reverse side of the application. to the Radiocommunications Act and must Be sure to use a typewriter or print legibly.
  • Page 12: Batteries And Chargers Safety

    Use of accessories not recommended by To reduce risk of electric shock, unplug the Motorola may result in risk of fire, electric charger from the AC outlet before attempting shock, or injury.
  • Page 13: Operational Safety Guidelines

    DRAFT 1 OPERATIONAL SAFETY located at the bottom of the charger. GUIDELINES • Make sure that the cord is located where it will not be stepped on, tripped over, or subjected to • Turn the radio OFF when charging battery. water, damage, or stress.
  • Page 14: Radio Overview

    DRAFT 1 RADIO OVERVIEW PARTS OF THE RADIO Channel Selector Knob Antenna On/Off/Volume Knob Microphone Audio Accessory 2 Pin Connector Indicator PTT (Push-To- Talk) Button Battery SB1 - Monitor Button Model Label SB2 - Scan/ RDU4100+ Nuisance Channel Delete English...
  • Page 15: On/Off/Volume Knob

    DRAFT 1 On/Off/Volume Knob Side Buttons Used to turn the radio ON or OFF and to adjust Push-to-Talk (PTT) Button the radio’s volume. • Press and hold down this button to talk, release it to listen. Channel Selector Knob Side Button 1 (SB1) Used to switch the radio to different channels.
  • Page 16: Rdx+ Non Display Models

    DRAFT 1 RDX+ Non Display Models This User Guide covers multiple RDX Series models, and may detail some features your radio does not have. The radio’s model is shown on the bottom of the radio and provides the following information: Table 1: RDX Series Radio Specifications Transmit Number of...
  • Page 17: Battery Features

    Motorola batteries are designed specifically to defines the battery life. be used with a Motorola charger and vice About the Li-Ion Battery versa. Charging in non-Motorola equipment may lead to battery damage and void the The RDX Series radio comes equipped with a battery warranty.
  • Page 18: Battery Recycling And Disposal

    1-800-8-BATTERY specific requirements and information in your This internet site and telephone number also area. Motorola fully endorses and encourages provides other useful information concerning the recycling of Li-Ion batteries. In the U.S. and recycling options for consumers, businesses Canada, Motorola participates in the and governmental agencies.
  • Page 19: Installing The Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)

    Turn OFF the radio. Turn OFF the radio. With the Motorola logo side up on the battery Push down the battery latch and hold it pack, fit the tabs at the bottom of the battery depressed while removing the battery.
  • Page 20: Attaching And Removing Antenna

    Attaching and Removing Antenna These instructions apply ONLY to models RDU4100 and RDV5100. Do not attempt to remove the antenna if your radio is not one of these models. Attaching the Antenna Removing the Antenna Align the threaded end of the antenna with the Turn the antenna counterclockwise until you radio’s antenna connector.
  • Page 21: Installing Spring Action Clip Belt

    Installing Spring Action Belt Clip Power Supply, Adaptor and Drop-in Tray Charger Belt Clip Power Supply Spring Action Belt Drop-in Tray Charger Clip The radio is equipped with one Drop-in Tray Charger and one Power Supply with Slide the spring action belt clip rails into the belt Adaptor.
  • Page 22: Battery Life Information

    Battery Life Information When the Battery Save feature is ON (enabled by default) the battery life will be longer. The following chart summarizes battery life estimations: Li-Ion Battery Life with Battery Save feature ON Battery Type 5 Watts 4 Watts 2 Watts Standard Capacity 8.5 hours...
  • Page 23: Charging The Battery

    The radio comes equipped with a Standard Power Supply (Transformer) Charger To charge the battery (with the radio attached), place it in a Motorola-approved Drop-in Tray Single Unit Charger or Drop-in Tray Multi Unit Charger. Drop-in Tray Charger Drop-in Tray...
  • Page 24 Charging a Standalone Battery Charging a Standard Battery The drop-in tray charger has a removable bracket that is adjustable depending on the type of battery that needs to be charged. It is designed to charge either the battery (with the radio) or a standalone battery.
  • Page 25: Charging A High Capacity Battery

    Charging a High Capacity Battery Repeat same procedure to return to the charging a Standard Battery position. Label on the removable bracket should show ‘Standard Removable Battery’ facing front. Piece Note: Make sure the bracket is assembled Removable Turn around Piece correctly for both standalone battery and horizontal...
  • Page 26: Drop-In Tray Charger Led Indicators

    Drop-in Tray Charger LED Indicators Standard Charger LED Indicator Status LED Status Comments Steady red indication for 3 Power ON The charger has powered up seconds Charging Blinking red (slow) The charger is currently charging Charging Steady red indication Battery is fully charged Complete Battery Fault(*) Blinking red (fast)
  • Page 27 Rapid Charger LED Indicator Status LED Status Comments Steady green indication for 3 Power ON The charger has powered up seconds Charging Blinking green The charger is currently charging Top-off Charging Blinking green (slow) Battery is near fully charged Charge Steady green indication Battery is fully charged Complete...
  • Page 28: Estimated Charging Time

    Estimated Charging Time The following table provides the estimated charging time of the battery. For further details, see “Battery” on page 82. Estimated Charging Time Battery Type Charging Solution Standard High Capacity Standard Charging 7 hours 12 hours Solution Rapid Charging 1.5 hours 3 hours Solution...
  • Page 29: Multi-Unit Charger Led Indicators

    Charging a Radio and Battery using Notes: a Multi Unit Charger- MUC (Optional • This Multi Unit Charger also allows you to clone Accessory) up to 3 radios (3 Source radios and 3 Target radios). Refer to page 55 for details. •...
  • Page 30: Getting Started

    DRAFT 1 Note: Do not hold the radio too close to the ear GETTING STARTED when the volume is high or when adjusting the volume For the following explanations, refer to “Parts Of The Radio” on page 12. SELECTING A CHANNEL To select a channel, turn the Channel Selector TURNING RADIO ON/OFF Knob until you reach the desired channel.
  • Page 31: Receiving A Call

    DRAFT 1 TALK RANGE Notes: • To listen to all activity on a current channel, short press the SB1 to set the CTCSS/DPL code to 0. TALK RANGE This feature is called ‘CTCSS/DPL Defeat (Squelch set to SILENT)’. Industrial Multi-Level •...
  • Page 32 DRAFT 1 To establish a proper two-way communication, Scramble Code: Codes that make the the channel, frequency, and interference transmissions sound garbled to anyone eliminator codes must be the same on both listening who is not set to that specific code. radios.
  • Page 33: Radio Led Indicators

    DRAFT 1 RADIO LED INDICATORS RADIO STATUS LED INDICATION Channel Busy Solid Orange Cloning Mode Double Orange Heartbeats Cloning In Progress Solid Orange One Green Blink, One Orange Blink, One Green Blink, then repeat for 4 Fatal Error at Power up seconds Low Battery Orange Heartbeat...
  • Page 34: Hands-Free Use/Vox

    Accessory Accessory Port/ VOX can be temporarily disabled by pressing Connector the PTT button or by removing the audio Motorola RDX Series™ radios can operate accessory. hands-free (VOX) when used with compatible Note: To order accessories, refer to: VOX accessories.
  • Page 35: Microphone Gain

    DRAFT 1 Default value is OFF. If you want to use the Toggle Voice Prompt in User Mode VOX feature, VOX level should be set at a Short press the SB1 Button while turning ON different level. the radio to enable/disable the Voice Prompt in User Mode.
  • Page 36: Programming Features

    DRAFT 1 • Auto-Scan, PROGRAMMING • Active Channels, and FEATURES • Enable/Disable/Program the Weather Channel To easily program all the features in your radio, The Frequencies Select feature allows you to it is recommended to use the Customer choose frequencies from a pre-defined list. Programming Software (CPS) and the The Interference Eliminator Code (CTCSS/ programming cable.
  • Page 37: Entering Advanced Configuration

    DRAFT 1 are 7 received frequencies available for this for the user to start the radio programming feature. Feature not available for RDU4103 cycle. Once you are in the ‘Idle’ Programming Mode, Entering Advanced Configuration Mode you will be able to hear the Frequencies, Note: Before configuring the features, make sure Codes, Auto-Scan, Active Channels and...
  • Page 38: Reading Ctcss / Dpl Values

    DRAFT 1 Reading CTCSS / DPL Values Active Channels While in Auto-Scan mode, short pressing the Cycle through the features available for PTT button shifts the radio to ‘Active configuration by short pressing the PTT button Channels’ feature. until you hear the current code. The radio Modify the amount of channels available using moves to the programming CTCSS/PL codes the SB1 and SB2 buttons.
  • Page 39 DRAFT 1 Programming Mode and return to the normal radio operation. Note: • To exit the programming mode without saving, turn OFF the radio. • If you ‘roll-over’ to the beginning of ‘Idle’ Programming Mode, you will hear “Channel Number” and the LED Indicator blinks green again.
  • Page 40 DRAFT 1 Programming Mode FAQ codes pool. For example, if you try to program code 220, the radio would not accept it as the I got distracted while programming and forgot maximum value allowed is 219. Same goes for which feature I was programming. What should the frequencies.
  • Page 41: Programming Values Example

    DRAFT 1 PROGRAMMING VALUES EXAMPLE • Turn OFF the radio and start over. I just programmed the value I wanted. How do I Example of Programming a Frequency exit the Programming Mode? Assuming current frequency value is set to You can either: Channel 1, with the UHF default frequency set to ‘02’...
  • Page 42: Example Of Programming A Code

    DRAFT 1 Example of Programming a Code Example of Programming Auto-Scan Assuming the current code value is set to Auto-Scan is the third available feature in the factory default ‘001’, and you want to change it Programming Mode and can be set to either to CTCSS/DPL Code = 103.
  • Page 43: Example Of Programming Active Channels

    DRAFT 1 Example of Programming Active Channels Example of Programming Weather Channels (Not valid for RMU4103+) Active Channels is the fourth Programming Mode. It allows you to modify the number of Weather Channels is the last Programming active channels the radio is programmed to mode.
  • Page 44: Other Programming Features

    DRAFT 1 OTHER PROGRAMMING FEATURES activated. If no transmission occurs within 5 seconds, scanning resumes. Scan • If you want to scan a channel without the Scan allows you to monitor other channels to Interference Eliminator Codes (CTCSS/DPL), set detect conversations. When the radio detects a the code settings for the channels to ‘0’...
  • Page 45: Nuisance Channel Delete

    DRAFT 1 Nuisance Channel Delete CUSTOMER PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE (CPS) Nuisance Channel Delete allows you to temporarily remove channels from the Scan List. This feature is useful when irrelevant conversations on a ‘nuisance’ channel ties up Radio to be programmed the radio’s scanning feature. To delete a channel from the Scan List: •...
  • Page 46: Time-Out Timer

    To use this feature, the Call Tones must be Note: (*) CPS Programming Cable P/N# programmed to either SB1 or SB2 and 1 of the HKKN4027_ is an accessory sold 3 pre-recorded tones is selected. separately. Please contact your Motorola point of purchase for more information. English...
  • Page 47: Scramble

    DRAFT 1 Scramble Text-to-Speech (Changing Pre-Defined Voice Aliases) The Scramble feature makes transmissions Enable User Pre-Defined Voice Prompt (VP) sound garbled to anyone listening without the same code. Scramble default value is OFF. To Check the box to enable user-defined voice on change the scramble code during radio’s the selected channel.
  • Page 48 DRAFT 1 Import Voice File This field allows the user to upload a pre- existing wave (.wav) file from the local hard drive. The first eight cahracters of the wave files are used to populate the channel “Name”. Notes: • The wave file must be sampled at 8 kHz.
  • Page 49: Weather Feature

    DRAFT 1 WEATHER FEATURE (not for RDU4103+) seconds immediately before the warning message by the NWR transmitter. When RDX The RDX radio weather mode can be radio detects the Warning Alarm tone, it programmed to operate and receive weather unmutes audio and allows the user to hear the channels that are broadcasted by the National weather alert message.
  • Page 50: Weather Alert Mode

    DRAFT 1 codes can be found on the Internet at Weather Channel Frequencies Table www.nws.noaa.gov/nwr/. Frequency Weather Alert Mode Value (Mhz) Number Select the alert mode the radio will respond to 162.4000 alerts sent from the National Weather Service, which transmitted prior to the broadcast of any 162.4250 message about a life or property threatening 162.4500...
  • Page 51: Eom Enabled

    DRAFT 1 The Weather Alert has two modes of Warning: RDX radio does not detect Weather operations: Alert while it is receiving or transmitting on a two-way channel. In Weather Channel Mode, the radio is in a muted state until it detects the WAT/SAME. EOM Enabled When the radio detects the WAT, the radio This feature is only available for SAME Alert...
  • Page 52: Event Type Filter

    DRAFT 1 and the radio starts playing the new alert tone All Events at the end of the message. Users have the When checked, the radio allows for all SAME ability to configure how long the alert tone will events. be played.
  • Page 53: Watch

    DRAFT 1 pose a significant threat to public safety and/or damage, but indirectly may cause other things property. to happen that result in a hazard. Note: No matter how the user programs the event Note: No matter how the user programs the event filter, some critical events cannot be filter, some critical events cannot be blocked.
  • Page 54: Block Event

    DRAFT 1 Block Event The Critical Events Table When checked, the Event Codes entered Abbreviation Description below shall be blocked. Biological Hazard Warning Note: No matter how the user programs the event filter, some critical events cannot be Civil Danger Warning blocked.
  • Page 55: Geographic Filter

    DRAFT 1 Geographic Filter Industrial Fire Warning There are maximum of 6 geographic codes can Local Area Emergency be programmed. When all fields are Law Enforment Warning unselected, or any of the geographic code is “ALL” for both State and County code (FIPS is Land Slide Warning “000000”), the radio bypasses the Geographic National Hazard Warning...
  • Page 56 DRAFT 1 FIPS Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) contains 6 digits which represent PSSCCC, where P is the region code, SS is the state code and CCC is the county code. Enters/Edits a specific FIPS whenever it is necessary. Further information about FIPS can be found on the Internet at www.nws.noaa.gov/nwr/ indexnw.htm or call the National Weather Service Toll-Free Number SAME county...
  • Page 57: Cloning Radios

    CLONING RADIOS or copied from) and • a Target radio (the radio which profile will be You can clone RDX Series™ radio profiles from cloned from the source radio.) one Source radio to a Target radio by using any one of these 3 methods: The Source radio has to be in Pocket 1, 3 or 5 while the Target radio has to be in Pocket 2, 4 •...
  • Page 58 (*) MUC pockets numbers should be read from ‘chirp’ whereas the ‘fail’ tone sounds similar to a left to right with the Motorola logo facing front. ‘bonk’ tone. If the Source radio is a display model, it will either show ‘Pass’ or ‘Fail’ on the display (a tone will be heard within 5 seconds).
  • Page 59: Cloning Radio Using The Radio To Radio (R2R) Cloning Cable (Optional Accessory)

    Cloning Radio using the Radio to Radio Unplug any cables (power supply or USB (R2R) Cloning Cable (Optional Accessory) cables) from the SUCs. Plug one side of the cloning cable mini connector to one SUC. Plug the other end to the second SUC.
  • Page 60 Note: This cloning cable is designed to operate What To Do if Cloning Fails only with compatible Motorola RLN6175 (Standard) and RLN6304 (Rapid) Single The radio will emit an audible ‘bonk’ indicating Unit Chargers. that the cloning process has failed. In the event...
  • Page 61: Programming Software (Cps)

    Cloning using the CPS (Computer Information on how to clone using the CPS is Programming Software) available either in: When cloning using this method, you will need • the CPS Help File --> Content and Index --> to have the CPS software, a Drop-in Tray Cloning Radios, or Charger and the CPS Programming Cable.
  • Page 62: Troubleshooting

    DRAFT 1 TROUBLESHOOTING Symptom Try This... Recharge or replace the Li-Ion battery. No Power Extreme operating temperatures may affect battery life. Refer to “About the Li-Ion Battery” on page 15 Confirm Interference Eliminator Code is set. Frequency or Interference Eliminator Code may be in use. Hearing other noises or Change settings: either change frequencies or codes on all radios.
  • Page 63 DRAFT 1 Symptom Try This... Steel and/or concrete structures, heavy foliage, buildings or vehicles decrease range. Check for clear line of sight to improve transmission. Wearing radio close to body such as in a pocket or on a belt decreases range. Change location of radio.
  • Page 64 DRAFT 1 Symptom Try This... Radios are too close; they must be at least five feet apart. Heavy static or interference Radios are too far apart or obstacles are interfering with transmission. Refer to “Talking and Monitoring” on page 28. Recharge or replace Li-Ion battery.
  • Page 65 DRAFT 1 Symptom Try This... VOX feature might be set to OFF. Use the CPS to ensure that the VOX Sensitivity level is not set to ‘0’. Cannot activate VOX Accessory not working or not compatible. Refer to “Hands-Free Use/VOX” on page 32. Check drop-in tray charger is properly connected and correspond to a compatible power supply.
  • Page 66: Use And Care

    USE AND CARE Use a soft damp cloth to Do not immerse in water Do not use alcohol or clean the exterior cleaning solutions If the radio is submerged in water... Turn radio OFF and Dry with soft cloth Do not use radio until remove batteries completely dry English...
  • Page 67: Frequency And Code Charts

    FREQUENCY AND CODE CHARTS RDX VHF FREQUENCIES CHART The charts in this section provide Frequency and Code information. These charts are useful when using the Motorola RDX Series two-way radios with other business radios. VHF Frequencies – BRUS Frequency # Frequency (MHz) Bandwidth...
  • Page 68: Chart

    RDV5100 - VHF DEFAULT FREQUENCIES CHART RDX VHF 10CH Radios Default Frequencies - RDV5100 Frequency Channel Frequency # Code # Code Bandwidth (MHz) 151.6250 67.0 Hz 12.5 kHz 151.6250 77.0 Hz 12.5 kHz 151.6250 88.5 Hz 12.5 kHz 151.6250 179.9 Hz 12.5 kHz 151.6250 12.5 kHz...
  • Page 69: Rdx+ Uhf Frequencies Chart

    DRAFT 1 RDX+ UHF FREQUENCIES CHART RDX+ UHF Frequencies Frequency # Frequency (MHz) Bandwidth Frequency # Frequency (MHz) Bandwidth 464.5000 12.5 kHz 461.1875 12.5 kHz 464.5500 12.5 kHz 461.2125 12.5 kHz 467.7625 12.5 kHz 461.2375 12.5 kHz 467.8125 12.5 kHz 461.2625 12.5 kHz 467.8500...
  • Page 70 DRAFT 1 RDX+ UHF Frequencies (Continued) Frequency # Frequency (MHz) Bandwidth Frequency # Frequency (MHz) Bandwidth 462.9125 12.5 kHz 466.3625 12.5 kHz 464.4875 12.5 kHz 467.7875 12.5 kHz 464.5125 12.5 kHz 467.8375 12.5 kHz 464.5375 12.5 kHz 467.8625 12.5 kHz 464.5625 12.5 kHz 467.8875...
  • Page 71 DRAFT 1 RDX+ UHF Frequencies (Continued) Frequency # Frequency (MHz) Bandwidth Frequency # Frequency (MHz) Bandwidth 451.1875 12.5 kHz 456.1875 12.5 kHz 451.2375 12.5 kHz 456.2375 12.5 kHz 451.2875 12.5 kHz 456.2875 12.5 kHz 451.3375 12.5 kHz 456.3375 12.5 kHz 451.4375 12.5 kHz 456.4375...
  • Page 72: Chart

    RDU4100+ - UHF DEFAULT FREQUENCIES CHART RDX UHF 10 CH Radios Default Frequencies - RDU4100+ Frequency Channel Frequency # Code # Code Bandwidth (MHz) 464.5000 67.0 Hz 12.5 kHz 464.5000 77.0 Hz 12.5 kHz 464.5000 88.5 Hz 12.5 kHz 464.5000 179.9 Hz 12.5 kHz 464.5000...
  • Page 73: Chart

    FREQUENCY AND CODE CHARTS RDU4103+ - UHF DEFAULT FREQUENCIES CHART RDX UHF 10 CH Radios Default Frequencies - RDU4103+ Channel Freq # Frequency Code # Code Bandwidth 458.6625 67.0 Hz 12.5 Khz 469.2625 67.0 Hz 12.5 Khz 458.6625 71.9 Hz 12.5 Khz 469.2625 71.9 Hz...
  • Page 74: Ctcss And Pl/Dpl Codes

    DRAFT 1 CTCSS AND PL/DPL CODES CTCSS Codes CTCSS CTCSS CTCSS 67.0 107.2 167.9 71.9 110.9 173.8 74.4 114.8 179.9 77.0 118.8 186.2 79.7 192.8 82.5 127.3 203.5 85.4 131.8 210.7 88.5 136.5 218.1 91.5 141.3 225.7 94.8 146.2 233.6 97.4 151.4 241.8...
  • Page 75 DRAFT 1 PL/DPL Codes Code Code Code English...
  • Page 76 DRAFT 1 PL/DPL Codes (Continued) Code Code Code Customized PL Customized PL Customized PL Customized PL Customized PL Customized PL Inverted DPL 39 Inverted DPL 40 Inverted DPL 41 Inverted DPL 42 Inverted DPL 43 Inverted DPL 44 Inverted DPL 45 Inverted DPL 46 Inverted DPL 47 English...
  • Page 77 DRAFT 1 PL/DPL Codes (Continued) Code Code Code Inverted DPL 48 Inverted DPL 65 Inverted DPL 82 Inverted DPL 49 Inverted DPL 66 Inverted DPL 83 Inverted DPL 50 Inverted DPL 67 Inverted DPL 84 Inverted DPL 51 Inverted DPL 68 Inverted DPL 85 Inverted DPL 52 Inverted DPL 69...
  • Page 78 DRAFT 1 PL/DPL Codes (Continued) Code Code Code Inverted DPL 99 Inverted DPL 109 Inverted DPL 119 Inverted DPL 100 Inverted DPL 110 Inverted DPL 120 Inverted DPL 101 Inverted DPL 111 Inverted DPL 121 Inverted DPL 102 Inverted DPL 112 Inverted DPL 123 Inverted DPL 103 Inverted DPL 113...
  • Page 79 DRAFT 1 Notes English...
  • Page 80: Motorola Limited Warranty For The United States And Canada

    This limited warranty is a consumer's exclusive Repaired or Replaced. to the consumer, whichever is longer. remedy, and applies as follows to new Motorola Products, Accessories and Software purchased by consumers in the United States, which are accompanied by this written warranty.
  • Page 81 (c) use of the Products or Accessories for nonconforming or non-Motorola housings, or commercial purposes or subjecting the Product or parts, are excluded form coverage. Accessory to abnormal usage or conditions; or (d) other acts which are not the fault of Motorola, are excluded from coverage. English...
  • Page 82 Accordingly, any copyrighted software third parties, that the operation of the software contained in the Motorola products may not be products will be uninterrupted or error free, or that modified, reverse-engineered, distributed, or...
  • Page 83 United States of America. The any license under the copyrights, patents, or Governments of the United States of America may patent applications of Motorola or any third party restrict the exportation or re-exportation of this software provider, except for the normal, non- product to certain destinations.
  • Page 84: Accessories

    ACCESSORIES Part No. Description ANTENNAS Earbud w/Clip PTT Mic BR 53866 Part No. Description Earpiece w/Inline Mic Swivel 56517 VHF Helical Antenna 146-174 RLN6423 Earpiece BR RAN4041 UHF Whip Antenna 438 - 470 RAN4031 BATTERY Part No. Description AUDIO ACCESSORIES RLN6308 High Capacity Li-Ion Battery Part...
  • Page 85: Carry Accessories

    CARRY ACCESSORIES CABLES Part No. Description Part No. Description Spring Action Belt Clip RLN6307 RLN6303 Radio to Radio Cloning Cable RKN4155 CPS Programming Cable CHARGERS POWER SUPPLIES AC PIN ADAPTORS Part No. Description Part No. Description RLN6349 North America AC Pin Adaptor Rapid ACCY Charging Kit - RLN6304 Americas (*)
  • Page 86: Power Supplies

    POWER SUPPLIES Attention: Certain accessories may be or may not be available at the time of purchase. For latest Part No. Description information on accessories, contact your Motorola point of purchase or visit: Standard US Fixed Power www.motorolasolutions.com/RDX RPN4054 Supply (*) Americas Rapid Charging Kit includes Power Supply, Drop-in Tray Charger, and AC Pin adaptors.
  • Page 87: Notes

    DRAFT 1 Notes English...
  • Page 88 Schaumburg, IL 60196-1078, U.S.A. http://www.motorolasolutions.com MOTOROLA, MOTO, MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS and the Stylized M logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC and are used under license. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. © 2013, 2014 Motorola Solutions, Inc.

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