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PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL TWO-WAY RADIO SYSTEM
MOTOTRBO™
REPEATER
BASIC SERVICE
MANUAL
XPR™ 8300 REPEATER
XPR™ 8400 REPEATER

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    PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL TWO-WAY RADIO SYSTEM MOTOTRBO™ REPEATER BASIC SERVICE MANUAL XPR™ 8300 REPEATER XPR™ 8400 REPEATER...

  • Page 3: Product Safety And Rf Exposure Compliance

    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.

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    Notes...

  • Page 5: Document History

    Document History The following major changes have been implemented in this manual since the previous edition: Edition Description Date 6816810H01-A Initial Release. Dec. 2006 6816810H01-B Added VHF High Power Band Information. June 2007 6816810H01-C Added VHF Low Power and UHF Low Power Nov.

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    Notes...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Trademarks ..............................i Document History ..................iii Commercial Warranty ..................xii Limited Warranty ............................xii MOTOROLA COMMUNICATION PRODUCTS ................xii I. What This Warranty Covers And For How Long ..............xii II. General Provisions ........................ xii III. State Law Rights ......................... xiii IV.

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    Table of Contents Chapter 4 Repeater Programming and Tuning ........4-1 Introduction ..........................4-1 Customer Programming Software Setup ..................4-1 Repeater Tuning Setup ........................ 4-2 Chapter 5 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures ......5-1 Introduction ..........................5-1 Preventive Maintenance ......................5-1 5.2.1 Inspection ........................5-1 5.2.2 Cleaning Procedures .......................

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    Mail Orders ..........................A-1 Telephone Orders ........................A-1 Fax Orders ...........................A-1 Parts Identification ........................A-2 Product Customer Service ......................A-2 Appendix B Motorola Service Centers...........B-1 Servicing Information ........................B-1 Motorola Service Center ......................B-1 Motorola Federal Technical Center .....................B-1 Canadian Technical Logistics Center ..................B-1 Appendix C Digital Telephone Patch (DTP) Tuning Guideline ....C-1 MRTI2000 ............................C-1...

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    viii Table of Contents Zetron M735..........................C-7 C.3.1 Hardware Connection ..................... C-7 C.3.2 Jumpers on Phone patch....................C-7 C.3.3 Setting up the Zetron Input and Output Signal Levels ............ C-8 C.3.3.1 Hardware Setup and Basic Check..............C-8 C.3.3.2 Enter Program Mode ..................C-8 C.3.3.3 Force a Reset ....................

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    List of Figures List of Figures Figure 1-1. Repeater Model Numbering Scheme................... 1-2 Figure 2-1. Mobile & Repeater Rear Programming Cable PMKN4010_ ..........2-2 Figure 2-2. Mobile & Repeater Rear Accessory Programming and Test Cable PMKN4016_ ....2-3 Figure 4-1. Customer Programming Software Setup from Rear Accessory Connector ......

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    Related Publications List of Tables Table 1-1. Frequency Ranges and Power Levels ................. 1-1 Table 2-1. Recommended Test Equipment ................... 2-1 Table 2-2. Service Aids ......................... 2-2 Table 3-1. Initial Equipment Control Settings ..................3-1 Table 3-2. Receiver Performance Checks .................... 3-2 Table 4-1.

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    List of Tables Related Publications XPR 8300/XPR 8380/XPR 8400 Repeater Installation Guide .............6816814H01...

  • Page 14: Commercial Warranty

    Product Accessories One (1) Year Motorola, at its option, will at no charge either repair the Product (with new or reconditioned parts), replace it (with a new or reconditioned Product), or refund the purchase price of the Product during the warranty period provided it is returned in accordance with the terms of this warranty. Replaced parts or boards are warranted for the balance of the original applicable warranty period.

  • Page 15: State Law Rights

    Warranty service will be provided by Motorola through one of its authorized warranty service locations. If you first contact the company which sold you the Product, it can facilitate your obtaining warranty service. You can also call Motorola at 1-888-567-7347 US/Canada.

  • Page 16: Patent And Software Provisions

    A. that MOTOROLA will be notified promptly in writing by such purchaser of any notice of such claim; B. that MOTOROLA will have sole control of the defense of such suit and all negotiations for its settlement or compromise; and C.

  • Page 17: Chapter 1 Introduction

    Chapter 1 Introduction Notations Used in This Manual Throughout the text in this publication, you will notice the use of note and caution notations. These notations are used to emphasize that safety hazards exist, and due care must be taken and observed.

  • Page 18: Mototrbo Repeater Model Numbering Scheme

    Introduction: MOTOTRBO Repeater Model Numbering Scheme MOTOTRBO Repeater Model Numbering Scheme Model No.Example : Position Unique Model Variations AZ: Asia N: Standard Package LA: Latin America AA: North America (except Mexico) MD: Europe/Middle East/ Version Letter Africa/Australasia Repeater Feature Level 1: Mini-U MOTOTRBO Repeater 2: BNC...

  • Page 19: Vhf High Power Mototrbo Repeater (136-174 Mhz) Model Chart

    Introduction: VHF High Power MOTOTRBO Repeater (136–174 MHz) Model Chart VHF High Power MOTOTRBO Repeater (136–174 MHz) Model Chart VHF 136–174 MHz, 25–45 W Model Description AAM27JQR9JA7AN 136–174 MHz, 25–45 W, XPR 8300 8 MB Repeater AAM27JQR9JA7BN 136–174 MHz, 25–45 W, XPR 8400 32 MB Repeater Item Description PMLN5269_S...

  • Page 20: Uhf1 High Power Mototrbo Repeater (403-470 Mhz) Model Chart

    Introduction: UHF1 High Power MOTOTRBO Repeater (403–470 MHz) Model Chart UHF1 High Power MOTOTRBO Repeater (403–470 MHz) Model Chart UHF1 403–470 MHz, 25–40 W Model Description AAM27QPR9JA7AN 403–470 MHz, 25–40 W, XPR 8300 8 MB Repeater AAM27QPR9JA7BN 403–470 MHz, 25–40 W, XPR 8400 32 MB Repeater Item Description PMLN5269_S...

  • Page 21: Uhf2 High Power Mototrbo Repeater (450-512 Mhz) Model Chart

    Introduction: UHF2 High Power MOTOTRBO Repeater (450–512 MHz) Model Chart UHF2 High Power MOTOTRBO Repeater (450–512 MHz) Model Chart UHF2 450–512 MHz, 1–40 W Model Description AAM27TRR9JA7AN 450–512 MHz, 1–40 W, XPR 8300 8 MB Repeater AAM27TRR9JA7BN 450–512 MHz, 1–40 W, XPR 8400 32 MB Repeater Item Description PMLN5269_S...

  • Page 22: Specifications

    Introduction: Specifications Specifications General Specification UHF1 UHF2 Channel Capacity Technical RF Output Low Power 1–25 W 1–25 W – High Power 25–45 W 25–40 W 1–40 W Frequency 136–174 MHz 403–470 MHz 450–512 MHz Dimensions (HxWxL) 5.22” x 19” x 11.67” (132.6 mm x 482.6 mm x 296.5 mm) Weight 31 lbs (14 kg)

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    Introduction: Specifications Receiver Specification UHF1 UHF2 Frequency 136–174 MHz 403–470 MHz 450–512 MHz Channel Spacing 12.5 kHz/20 kHz/25 kHz Frequency Stability ±0.5 ppm (-30°C to +60°C) Analog Sensitivity 0.30 µV (12 dB SINAD) 0.22 µV (typical) Digital Sensitivity 1% BER: 0.71 µV 0.32 µV (typical) 5% BER: 0.3 µV 0.22 µV (typical)

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    Introduction: Specifications Transmitter Specification UHF1 UHF2 Frequency 136–174 MHz 403–470 MHz 450–512 MHz Channel Spacing 12.5 kHz/20 kHz/25 kHz Frequency Stability ±0.5 ppm (-30°C to +60°C) Power Output: Low Power 1–25 W 1–25 W – High Power 25–45 W 25–40 W 1–40 W Modulation Limiting ±2.5 kHz @ 12.5 kHz...

  • Page 25: Chapter 2 Test Equipment And Service Aids

    Chapter 2 Test Equipment and Service Aids Recommended Test Equipment The list of equipment contained in Table 2-1 includes most of the standard test equipment required for servicing Motorola repeaters. Table 2-1. Recommended Test Equipment Equipment Characteristic Example Application Service Monitor...

  • Page 26: Service Aids

    Table 2-2 lists the service aids recommended for working on the repeater. While all of these items are available from Motorola, most are standard workshop equipment items, and any equivalent item capable of the same performance may be substituted for the item listed.

  • Page 27: Figure 2-2. Mobile & Repeater Rear Accessory Programming And Test Cable Pmkn4016

    Test Equipment and Service Aids: Programming Cables DB 25 CONNECTOR USB CONNECTOR TABLE 2-3: WIRE DIAGRAM 26 PIN DB25P ACCESSORY PORT CONNECTOR DESCRIPTION 915±15 CABLE VCC (5v) 1455±24 CABLE DATA - DATA + DRAIN WIRE AND BRAID SHELL TO MOBILE RADIO SPEAKER - ACCESSORY CONNECTOR...

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    Test Equipment and Service Aids: Programming Cables Notes...

  • Page 29: Chapter 3 Transceiver Performance Testing

    Chapter 3 Transceiver Performance Testing General The MOTOTRBO Repeater meets published specifications through their manufacturing process by utilizing high-accuracy laboratory-quality test equipment. The recommended field service equipment approaches the accuracy of the manufacturing equipment with few exceptions. This accuracy must be maintained in compliance with the manufacturer’s recommended calibration schedule.

  • Page 30: Table 3-2. Receiver Performance Checks

    Transceiver Performance Testing: Setup Table 3-2. Receiver Performance Checks Communications Test Name Radio Test Set Comment Analyzer Rated Audio Mode: GEN Use tuner tool PTT to OFF Set volume to Output level: 1.0 mV RF to program (center), 7.75 Vrms via Mod: 1kHz tone at repeater to an meter...

  • Page 31: Chapter 4 Repeater Programming And Tuning

    Chapter 4 Repeater Programming and Tuning Introduction This chapter provides an overview of the MOTOTRBO Customer Programming Software (CPS), as well as the Tuner application, which are all designed for use on Windows Vista/XP operating system. These programs are available in one kit as listed in Table 4-1. An Installation Guide is also included with the kit.

  • Page 32: Repeater Tuning Setup

    Repeater Programming and Tuning: Repeater Tuning Setup Repeater Tuning Setup A personal computer (PC), Windows Vista/XP and a tuner program (which is available as part of the MOTOTRBO CPS kit) are required to tune the repeater. To perform the tuning procedures, the repeater must be connected to the PC and test equipment setup as shown in Figure 4-2.

  • Page 33: Chapter 5 Disassembly/reassembly Procedures

    Chapter 5 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures Introduction This chapter provides details about the following: • Preventive maintenance (inspection and cleaning). • Safe handling of CMOS and LDMOS devices. • Repair procedures and techniques. • Disassembly and reassembly of the repeater. • Disassembly and reassembly of the Transmit and Receive radios. Preventive Maintenance Periodic visual inspection and cleaning is recommended.

  • Page 34: Safe Handling Of Cmos And Ldmos Devices

    • Wear a conductive wrist strap in series with a 100k resistor to ground. (Replacement wrist straps that connect to the bench top covering are Motorola part number 4280385A59). • Do not wear nylon clothing while handling CMOS/LDMOS devices. • Do not insert or remove CMOS/LDMOS devices with power applied.

  • Page 35: Repair Procedures And Techniques - General

    When damaged parts are replaced, identical parts should be used. If the identical replacement part is not locally available, check the parts list for the proper Motorola part number and order the part from the nearest Motorola Radio Products and Solutions Organization listed in Appendix A of this manual.

  • Page 36: Disassembling And Reassembling The Repeater - General

    • 19 mm Deep Well Socket Driver If a unit requires more complete testing or service than is customarily performed at the basic level, please send repeater to a Motorola Service Center listed in Appendix B. The following disassembly procedures should be performed only if necessary.

  • Page 37: Disassembly Of Repeater Indicator Board

    Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Disassembly Procedures – Detailed 5.6.2 Disassembly of Repeater Indicator Board (Refer to Figure 5-2 or Figure 5-3 and Figure 5-4) 1. Disconnect the blue Ethernet cable from the Ethernet connector on the Repeater Indicator Board. 2. Disconnect the flex cable from the 30-position connector on the Repeater Indicator Board, noting orientation of cable which is identified with a solid black line.

  • Page 38: Figure 5-3. Disconnecting Ethernet Cable, Flex Cable And Ribbon Cable

    Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Disassembly Procedures – Detailed 3. For PMLN5643_, remove the ribbon cable from the 8-pin connector as well. Ethernet Repeater 8-Pin Ribbon Cable Connector Indicator Board Flex Cable Figure 5-3. Disconnecting Ethernet Cable, Flex Cable and Ribbon Cable 4. Detach the front panel by removing the four M6 screws located on the front face of panel using a T30 TORX™...

  • Page 39: Disassembly Of Fan

    Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Disassembly Procedures – Detailed 8. Store Repeater Indicator Board in an anti-static bag when it is not being serviced. Front Panel M6 Screws (4) Repeater Indicator Board Light Guide M3 Screws (4) Figure 5-4. Repeater Indicator Board Disassembly 5.6.3 Disassembly of Fan 1.

  • Page 40: Removing Transmit Radio

    Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Disassembly Procedures – Detailed 5.6.4 Removing Transmit Radio (Refer to Figure 5-6) 1. Disconnect the flex cable from the 30-position connector on the Transmit radio, noting the orientation of the cable which is identified with a solid red line. This is important for reassembly.

  • Page 41: Removing Thermal Pad And Heatsink

    Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Disassembly Procedures – Detailed 5.6.4.1 Removing Thermal Pad and Heatsink (Refer to Figure 5-6) 1. Remove all of the seven screws which secure the heatsink to the Transmit radio using a T10 TORX™ driver. 2. Remove the heatsink from the Transmit radio. 3.

  • Page 42: Figure 5-7. Receive Radio Removal

    5-10 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Disassembly Procedures – Detailed 9. Take precaution not to damage the power supply or the connector board assembly and place assembly on a flat surface. Connector Board Assembly Receive Bracket Receive Radio M5 Screws M3 Screws (5) Power Supply Washer Figure 5-7.

  • Page 43: Disassembly Of Receive Radio

    Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Disassembly Procedures – Detailed 5-11 5.6.5.1 Disassembly of Receive Radio (after Receive radio assembly is removed from repeater) 1. With assembly on a flat surface, loosen and remove the two M5 screws and washers that secure the Receive radio to the bracket using a T25 TORX™ driver. 2.

  • Page 44: Transmit And Receive Radio Disassembly - Detailed

    5-12 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Transmit and Receive Radio Disassembly – Detailed Transmit and Receive Radio Disassembly – Detailed To remove Transmit and Receive radios from the repeater, refer to Sections 5.6.4 and 5.6.5 accordingly. 5.7.1 Transceiver Board and Receiver Board Removal 1.

  • Page 45: Figure 5-9. Rear Accessory Connector Removal

    Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Transmit and Receive Radio Disassembly – Detailed 5-13 3. Remove the rear accessory connector from the radio assembly by inserting a flat-blade screwdriver into the slot on the side of the connector as shown in Figure 5-9. The rear accessory connector should never be removed when the cover is still assembled to the radio.

  • Page 46: Figure 5-11. Transceiver Board Removal

    5-14 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Transmit and Receive Radio Disassembly – Detailed 5. Remove the transceiver board by sliding a finger into the opening provided at the front of the radio and gently press up on the 30-pin connector, lifting up the front of the board, as shown in Figure 5-11.

  • Page 47: Transmit And Receive Radio Reassembly - Detailed

    Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Transmit and Receive Radio Reassembly – Detailed 5-15 Transmit and Receive Radio Reassembly – Detailed The following reassembly procedures are applicable to both the Transmit and Receive radios. 1. Prior to reassembling the radio, inspect all seals and sealing surfaces for damage (nicks, cuts, etc.) or debris.

  • Page 48: Figure 5-14. Transceiver Board With Thermal Pads (vhf/uhf 32 Mb Bricks)

    5-16 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Transmit and Receive Radio Reassembly – Detailed PA Thermal Pad (75012015001) Transistor Thermal Pads (75012018001) Audio PA Component Apply Thermal Grease (1180113S01) on Final Heat Spreader and Driver Heat Sink Figure 5-14. Transceiver Board with Thermal Pads (VHF/UHF 32 MB Bricks) 3.

  • Page 49: Transceiver Board And Receiver Board Reassembly

    Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Transmit and Receive Radio Reassembly – Detailed 5-17 5.8.1 Transceiver Board and Receiver Board Reassembly 1. Insert the transceiver board into the chassis by tilting the transceiver board (approximately 30 degrees) and sliding it into place, taking care to line up the RF and DC connectors with the openings in the back of the chassis.

  • Page 50: Figure 5-17. Inserting Rf/dc Retention Clips

    5-18 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Transmit and Receive Radio Reassembly – Detailed 2. Insert the RF/DC retention clips and fully seat them. The DC clip should be inserted first to properly locate the transceiver board. Refer to Figure 5-17. RF/DC Retention Clips Figure 5-17.

  • Page 51: Figure 5-19. Assembling Of Pa Heat Sink System (vhf 8 Mb Brick)

    Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Transmit and Receive Radio Reassembly – Detailed 5-19 4. Place the PA pad on to the die cast cover by aligning the two holes in the PA pad with the alignment pins on the die cast cover. For VHF 32 MBand UHF bricks, refer to Figure 5-20. For VHF 8 MB bricks only: PA heat sink block and thermal pads need to be placed on to the pressure pad before it gets assembled to the die cast cover.

  • Page 52: Figure 5-20. Assembling Of Pa Pad And O-ring (vhf 32 Mb And Uhf Bricks)

    5-20 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Transmit and Receive Radio Reassembly – Detailed 5. Fit the O-ring onto the die cast cover securely. Refer to either Figure 5-20 or Figure 5-21. O-ring PA Pad Die Cast Cover Figure 5-20. Assembling of PA Pad and O-ring (VHF 32 MB and UHF Bricks) O-ring PA Pad Die Cast Cover...

  • Page 53: Figure 5-22. Assembling Die Cast Cover Onto Chassis

    Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Transmit and Receive Radio Reassembly – Detailed 5-21 6. Place the die cast cover onto the chassis orienting the die cast cover so that screw holes 6 and 7 align with the bosses on the chassis as shown in Figure 5-22. Screws (7) Die Cast Cover Radio Chassis...

  • Page 54: Thermal Pad Replacement Procedure

    5-22 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Transmit and Receive Radio Reassembly – Detailed 7. Using a T20 TORX™ driver, tighten the seven screws between 2.94 N-m (26 lbs-in) in the order shown in Figure 5-23. 8. Repeat tightening the seven screws in the order shown otherwise the first three screws will likely be loose.

  • Page 55: Figure 5-25. Aligning Driver Pad On Chassis

    Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Transmit and Receive Radio Reassembly – Detailed 5-23 Driver Thermal pad Replacement (Not applicable to VHF/UHF 32 MB bricks) 1. Use a plastic flat-edge tool to lift the pad from the chassis surface. Discard the old pad. 2. Use a soft cloth to remove any remaining residue. Alcohol can also be used, if necessary. Care should be taken to minimize any cleaning-agent contact with the surrounding shield gasket.

  • Page 56: Figure 5-26. Placing Thermal Pads On Pa And Transistor Components

    5-24 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Transmit and Receive Radio Reassembly – Detailed B. Transceiver Board Thermal Pad Replacement Procedure Transistor Thermal Pads and PA Thermal Pad Replacement 1. Use a plastic flat-edge tool to lift each pad from the transceiver board. Discard the old pads. 2.

  • Page 57: Reassembly Of Receive Radio, Power Supply And Connector Board Assembly

    Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Transmit and Receive Radio Reassembly – Detailed 5-25 5.8.3 Reassembly of Receive Radio, Power Supply and Connector Board Assembly (Refer to Figure 5-7) Visually inspect repeater enclosure to ensure that no metal shavings or debris are found. 5.8.3.1 Reassembly of Power Supply 1.

  • Page 58: Reassembly Of Transmit Radio

    5-26 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Transmit and Receive Radio Reassembly – Detailed 10. Mount the retainer clip and secure it with two M4 screws. 11. Tighten the screws to 2.0 N-m. 12. Insert the solder terminal end of the SSI cable into the 11-position connector at the front face of Receive radio.

  • Page 59: Figure 5-28. Assembly Of Accessory Cable Harness

    Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Transmit and Receive Radio Reassembly – Detailed 5-27 15. Position accessory cable harness against side of fan body. See Figure 5-28. Accessory Cable Harness Figure 5-28. Assembly of Accessory Cable Harness 16. Insert the solder terminal end of the SSI flex cable (positioned bottom side of PCB) into the 11-position connector in the Transmit radio.

  • Page 60: Figure 5-29. Mounting The Adhesive Tape Flex Cable To Power Supply

    5-28 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Transmit and Receive Radio Reassembly – Detailed 20. Apply the adhesive tape so that the vertical left edge of the adhesive tape aligns with the left vertical edge of the power supply as shown in Figure 5-29. Notice that the bottom edge of the flat cable is touching or almost touching the bottom of the enclosure.

  • Page 61: Reassembly Of Fan

    Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Transmit and Receive Radio Reassembly – Detailed 5-29 5.8.5 Reassembly of Fan 1. Position the fan in the enclosure with arrow pointing outward and the wires on the fan at the bottom right corner of the fan. Screws Position of arrow Back of Enclosure Figure 5-31.

  • Page 62: Reassembly Of Cover

    5-30 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Repeater Exploded Mechanical Views and Parts Lists 5.8.7 Reassembly of Cover 1. Place the cover on the enclosure. 2. Secure the two M4 screws on each side of the cover and one at the top. Tighten the screws to 2.0 N-m.

  • Page 63: Figure 5-33. Repeater Assembly Exploded View (vhf/uhf 32 Mb Repeaters)

    Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Repeater Exploded Mechanical Views and Parts Lists 5-31 Transmit Bracket & Radio Assembly. See following pages for breakdown. Receive Bracket & Radio assembly. Front Panel See following pages complete assembly. for breakdown. See following pages for breakdown. Figure 5-33. Repeater Assembly Exploded View (VHF/UHF 32 MB Repeaters)

  • Page 64: Figure 5-34. Receive Bracket And Radio Assembly Exploded View

    5-32 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Repeater Exploded Mechanical Views and Parts Lists 20 31 Figure 5-34. Receive Bracket and Radio Assembly Exploded View Figure 5-35. Transmit Bracket and Radio Assembly Exploded View...

  • Page 65: Figure 5-36. Front Panel Complete Assembly Exploded View

    Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Repeater Exploded Mechanical Views and Parts Lists 5-33 Figure 5-36. Front Panel Complete Assembly Exploded View Table 5-3. Repeater Exploded View Parts List Item No. Description Part Number Screw, TT6x1.0x10, Starpan, EM6219 (black) 0312016A54 Repeater Indicator Board (VHF/UHF 8 MB Repeaters) PMLN5269_ Repeater Indicator Board (VHF/UHF 32 MB Repeaters) PMLN5643_...

  • Page 66

    5-34 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Repeater Exploded Mechanical Views and Parts Lists Table 5-3. Repeater Exploded View Parts List Item No. Description Part Number Screw, M4x0.7x13.0, Starpan STLZNC 0310909E63 Lock Nut M4 0285854Y02 Power Supply PMPN4001_ Screw, M5x0.8x8.0, Starpan STLZNC 0310909A74 Receive Radio Brick Assembly See Sections 1.4 through 1.8 to identify proper Repeater...

  • Page 67: Torque Chart

    Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Torque Chart 5-35 5.10 Torque Chart Table 5-4 lists the various nuts and screws by part number and description, followed by the torque values in different units of measure. Torque all screws to the recommended value when assembling the repeater.

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    5-36 Disassembly/Reassembly Procedures: Torque Chart Notes...

  • Page 69: Chapter 6 Basic Troubleshooting

    1-800-422-4210. Refer to https://businessonline.motorolasolutions.com for further information. If a board is replaced, it does not need to be retuned if it has been purchased through Motorola Solutions Parts, as it is already factory tuned. It should however be checked for performance before being placed into service.

  • Page 70: Replacing And Initializing Service Kits For Xpr 8300/xpr 8400 Repeaters

    Basic Troubleshooting: Replacement Service Kit Procedures 6.2.1 Replacing and Initializing Service Kits for XPR 8300/XPR 8400 Repeaters 1. Note the firmware version in the repeater, before beginning the service kit replacement. 2. It is recommended to archive the existing Codeplug that is programmed in the repeater. 3.

  • Page 71: Led Indicator Descriptions

    Basic Troubleshooting: LED Indicator Descriptions LED Indicator Descriptions Table 6-1. LED Indicator Descriptions Status Description Power Solid GREEN Repeater powered by AC Solid RED Repeater powered by back-up battery Repeater powered off Repeater Solid RED Repeater function disabled Disable Blinking RED Repeater in self test mode Repeater in normal operational mode Digital...

  • Page 72

    Basic Troubleshooting: Ethernet LED Indicator Descriptions Notes...

  • Page 73: Chapter 7 Accessories

    Chapter 7 Accessories Introduction Motorola provides the following approved accessories to improve the productivity of your repeater. For a list of Motorola-approved accessories, visit the following web site: http://www.motorolasolutions.com 7.1.1 Antennas Part No. Description RDD4527_ VHF 3 dB Gain Antenna 150 158 MHz –...

  • Page 74

    Accessories: Introduction Part No. Description HFE8460_ UHF Preselector, 474 527 MHz – HFD8188_ VHF Duplexer, 144 155 MHz – (min & max freq sep 4.5 MHz/6 MHz) HFD8189_ VHF Duplexer, 155 162 MHz – (min & max freq sep 4.5 MHz/6 MHz) HFD8190_ VHF Duplexer, 162 174 MHz...

  • Page 75: Appendix A Replacement Parts Ordering

    Some replacement parts, spare parts, and/or product information can be ordered directly. While parts may be assigned with a Motorola part number, this does not guarantee that they are available from Motorola Radio Products and Solutions Organization (RPSO). Some parts may have become obsolete and no longer available in the market due to cancelations by the supplier.

  • Page 76: Parts Identification

    Replacement Parts Ordering: Parts Identification Parts Identification Radio Products and Solutions Organization* (United States and Canada) 1-800-422-4210 Product Customer Service Radio Products and Solutions Organization (United States and Canada) 1-800-927-2744 * The Radio Products and Solutions Organization (RPSO) was formerly known as the Radio Products Services Division (RPSD) and/or the Accessories and Aftermarket Division (AAD).

  • Page 77: Appendix B Motorola Service Centers

    If a unit requires further complete testing, knowledge and/or details of component level troubleshooting or service than is customarily performed at the basic level, please send the radio to a Motorola Service Center as listed below or your nearest Authorized Service Center. Motorola Service Center...

  • Page 78

    Motorola Service Centers: Canadian Technical Logistics Center Notes...

  • Page 79: Appendix C Digital Telephone Patch (dtp) Tuning Guideline

    Appendix C Digital Telephone Patch (DTP) Tuning Guideline MRTI2000 C.1.1 Hardware Connection PL1877A (MRTI2000) Repeater PL Strip PL Strip Return Monitor Monitor Return Shield Audio Cable PTT Sense Data TX TX Audio Tx Audio Shield braid of Tx Audio TX Audio Return Audio GND Shield braid of Rx Audio RX Audio Return...

  • Page 80: Jumpers On Phone Patch

    Digital Telephone Patch (DTP) Tuning Guideline: MRTI2000 C.1.2 Jumpers on Phone patch JU202 – out (default), to support low Rx Audio input level. C.1.3 Programming and Tuning C.1.3.1 Programming the Phone Patch with PC Tool provided by Gai-Tronics Figure C-2 configures RX audio path, Figure C-3 configures the phone patch to work under Half-Duplex mode and Figure C-4 configures the Access and Deaccess code.

  • Page 81: Enter Diagnostic Test Mode

    Digital Telephone Patch (DTP) Tuning Guideline: MRTI2000 Figure C-4. MRTI2000 Access/Deaccess Setting C.1.3.2 Enter Diagnostic Test Mode 1. To enter Diagnostic Test Mode, simultaneously press the UP and DOWN buttons. 2. To enter another test when at Diagnostic Test Mode, press the PATCH ON/OFF button. 3.

  • Page 82: Zetron M30

    Digital Telephone Patch (DTP) Tuning Guideline: Zetron M30 Zetron M30 C.2.1 Hardware Connection Zetron M30 Repeater 12V DC 12VDC 12V DC GND Power GND DISC Rx Audio Braid of Shield Cable Audio GND TX AUD Tx Audio Braid of Shield Cable Audio GND COR IN EE CODE...

  • Page 83: Setting Up The Zetron Input And Output Signal Levels

    Digital Telephone Patch (DTP) Tuning Guideline: Zetron M30 C.2.3 Setting up the Zetron Input and Output Signal Levels There are two ways to access the required Zetron M30 test mode. The method using a DTMF telephone is described in detail, to access using a PC or terminal please refer to Zetron manual. Equipment Required: •...

  • Page 84: Set Receive Level

    Use either Method 1 or Method 2 to do the tuning. • Method 1 – Since the Motorola repeater has the same Rx Audio output level under digital and analog mode, refer to the Zetron M30 service manual, (Chapter 5 Installation) to set the Rx level under analog mode first and then switch to digital mode directly when the setting is ready.

  • Page 85: Zetron M735

    Digital Telephone Patch (DTP) Tuning Guideline: Zetron M735 Zetron M735 C.3.1 Hardware Connection Zetron M735 Repeater 12V DC 9-12 VAC or +12VDC 9-12 VAC 12V DC GND Power GND Power Ground Ground PTT N.C. PTT Common PTT N.O. Auxiliary output Auxiliary input COR Input Transmit Audio...

  • Page 86: Setting Up The Zetron Input And Output Signal Levels

    Digital Telephone Patch (DTP) Tuning Guideline: Zetron M735 C.3.3 Setting up the Zetron Input and Output Signal Levels There are two ways to access the required Zetron M735 test mode. The method using a DTMF telephone is described in detail, to access using a PC or terminal please refer to Zetron manual. Equipment Required: •...

  • Page 87: Set Tx Audio Level

    Use either Method 1 or Method 2 to do the tuning. • Method 1 – Since the Motorola repeater has the same Rx Audio output level under digital and analog mode, refer to the Zetron M735 service manual, (Section II Installation) to set the Rx level under analog mode first and then switch to digital mode directly when the setting is ready.

  • Page 88

    C-10 Digital Telephone Patch (DTP) Tuning Guideline: Zetron M735 4. If a MOTOTRBO Portable radio is used, a. Configure Signal Generator to output 1031 Hz sine tone, amplitude set as 22.6 mVpp (8 mVrms). b. Inject the signal to the Audio Box audio input port. c.

  • Page 89: Glossary

    An electric current passed through the liquid causes the crystals to align so that light cannot pass through them. LDMOS Laterally Diffused Metal Oxide Semiconductor. Light Emitting Diode: An electronic device that lights up when electricity is passed through it. Motorola Digital Communications.

  • Page 90

    Glossary-2 Term Definition Megahertz: One million cycles per second. Used especially as a radio-frequency unit. Paging One-way communication that alerts the receiver to retrieve a message. PC Board Printed Circuit Board. Also referred to as a PCB. Private-Line Tone Squelch: A continuous sub-audible tone that is transmitted along with the carrier.

  • Page 92

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