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Motorola T5ZX1 Installation Manual

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APPLICANT: MOTOROLA, INC.
FCC ID: IHDT5ZX1
A draft copy of the installation manual follows.
Note: RF exposure information is provided on page 33.
EXHIBIT 8c

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  • Page 1 APPLICANT: MOTOROLA, INC. FCC ID: IHDT5ZX1 A draft copy of the installation manual follows. Note: RF exposure information is provided on page 33. EXHIBIT 8c...
  • Page 2 Cellular Mobile and Attache Accessory Installation Manual...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Optional External Speaker Installation ......34 Control/Power Cable Routing ........35 Control/Power Cable Installation .........36 Performance Checks............39 Checking Performance ..........39 Checking Auxiliary Alert Feature.........40 Before Calling for Service ..........42 General Safety Information ..........44 Rules, Regulations, and Precautions .......50 , and Motorola are trademarks of Motorola, Inc.
  • Page 4: Attache Accessory

    Installation Manual Attache Accessory NOTE Not all Motorola models are available for purchase as Attaches. Check with your cellular dealer for information regarding the purchase of the Attache accessory to convert your mobile into an Attache. Introduction This section of your manual describes the assembly and installation of the Motorola Attache.
  • Page 5: Attache Models

    Installation Manual Battery Antenna Handset Battery Adapter Transceiver Hands-Free Microphone Battery (optional) Charger Power Connector with Cigarette Adapter Figure 1 Attache Models Two Attache models are offered. The standard version is powered by your vehicle’s electrical system and does not come equipped with a battery. The power connector assembly contains connectors for an optional battery and an external hands-free microphone, if so desired.
  • Page 6: Attache Assembly

    Digital Hands-Free Operation in the User Manual for more information about hands-free calling. Attache Assembly The items included with your Motorola Attache are shown in Figure 1. The following procedure will guide you through the assembly of your Attache. Assembly Procedure Step 1 Remove the transceiver from its Attache compartment.
  • Page 7 Installation Manual Step 3 Locate the antenna and screw it tightly onto the connector as shown in Figure 3. Figure 3 If your Attache is equipped with a battery, proceed to step 5. Step 4 Carefully place the transceiver, antenna, and connector assembly into the transceiver pocket as shown in Figure 4a, and zip the pocket closed, leaving the antenna outside of...
  • Page 8 Installation Manual Figure 4a Figure 4b...
  • Page 9 Installation Manual Steps 5 and 6 should be followed if your Attache is equipped with a battery. Step 5 Locate the battery adapter cable and snap the battery connector clip onto the battery as shown in Figure 5a. Attach the other end to the battery connector assembly as shown in Figure 5b.
  • Page 10 Installation Manual Step 6 Carefully place the transceiver/battery assembly into the transceiver pocket as shown in Figure 6, and zip closed. Figure 6 Step 7 Plug the handset modular connector into the jack located on the side of the transceiver as shown in Figure 7, and place the handset into the hang-up cup.
  • Page 11 Installation Manual Step 8 Finally, use your pocket system for business planning tools such as calendars, notepads, business cards, etc. as shown in Figure 8. NOTE These items are purchased separately. NOTE Be sure to charge the battery for at least 10 hours, or overnight, using the AC charger before attempting to use the cellular telephone.
  • Page 12: Secure The Unit

    Installation Manual Secure the Unit To secure the unit in your vehicle, run a standard lap belt through the loop located on the outside of the carry case as shown in Figure 9. Figure 9 Disassembly If you wish to remove the handset and transceiver from the Attache accessory for servicing, or to place them in a vehicle equipped with a permanent mobile installation, use the following procedure.
  • Page 13 Installation Manual Step 5 Unscrew the two thumbscrews on the front of the power connector and remove the power connector assembly from the transceiver by gently pulling it away from the transceiver front plate. Step 6 Return the antenna and power connector assembly into the carrying case for safe keeping.
  • Page 14: Carry Phone Accessory

    Installation Manual Carry Phone Accessory NOTE Not all Motorola models are available for purchase as carry phones. Check with your cellular dealer for information regarding the purchase of the carry phone accessory to convert your mobile into a carry phone.
  • Page 15: Carry Phone Models

    Installation Manual Sleeve Battery Battery Antenna Handset Adapter Transceiver Battery Charger Power Connector with Hands-Free Cigarette Adapter Microphone (optional) Figure 10 Carry Phone Models Two carry phone models are offered. The standard version is powered by your vehicle’s electrical system and does not come equipped with a battery.
  • Page 16: Carry Phone Assembly

    Installation Manual Carry Phone Assembly The items included with your Motorola cellular carry phone are shown in Figure 10. The following procedure will guide you through the assembly of your carry phone. Assembly Procedure Step 1 Remove all components from the bag.
  • Page 17 Installation Manual Step 4 Take the vinyl sleeve and slide the transceiver assembly into the sleeve, wrapping the Velcro tab over the power connector. Be sure the telephone jack located on the side of the transceiver lines up with the opening in the sleeve.
  • Page 18 Installation Manual Step 6 Place the transceiver assembly into the bag allowing enough room for clearance of the handset coil cord. See Figures 15a and 15b. Note that the antenna folds conveniently down into the bag to prevent possible damage. NOTE Be sure to connect the cigarette lighter plug to the cigarette lighter socket on your vehicle dashboard when you are ready to use...
  • Page 19 Installation Manual Step 7 Locate the battery adapter cable and attach the modular end to the battery connector assembly as shown below. Figure 16 Feed the cable through the opening to the battery compartment in the lower corner of the bag. Place the battery into the battery compartment and snap the battery connector clip onto the battery as shown in Figure 17.
  • Page 20 Installation Manual Step 8 Zip the battery compartment closed. See Figure 18. Figure 18 Step 9 The battery should now be charged for at least 10 hours or overnight using the AC charger before attempting to use the cellular telephone. Please note that there is an opening in the lower left corner of the bag to allow for connection of an external antenna.
  • Page 21: Secure The Unit

    Installation Manual Figure 19b Secure the Unit To secure the unit in your vehicle, run a standard lap belt through the loop located on the outside of the carry case as shown in Figure 20. Figure 20...
  • Page 22: Disassembly

    Installation Manual Disassembly If you wish to remove the handset and transceiver from the carry phone accessory for servicing, or to place them in a vehicle equipped with a permanent mobile installation, use the following procedure. Step 1 Turn the unit off by pressing ∏ on the handset.
  • Page 23: Basic Operation

    Installation Manual Basic Operation Power the Unit This unit is designed to operate in two different modes. The first operating mode is standard mode, and the second is battery saving mode. If your Attache/Carry phone is not equipped with a battery, it will always operate in the standard mode.
  • Page 24: Release The Handset

    Installation Manual vehicle’s) battery. It is very important to turn off the unit using ∏ on the handset. Release the Handset Lift up and remove the handset, as shown in Figure 21. To Hang Up Engage Notch in Top of Handset Against Target Button.
  • Page 25: Optional Features

    Installation Manual Optional Features Digital Hands-Free Operation Your Attache/Carry phone may be equipped with a hands-free wireless microphone integrated into the connector attached to the transceiver. This is a safety feature which offers the convenience of hands-free conversation without the use of an external microphone.
  • Page 26 Installation Manual transceiver inside the carrying case. In the Carry model, the battery mounts in the battery compartment located outside the carry case. Under normal operating conditions, a fully charged unit will provide 70 minutes of continuous talk time before requiring recharging.
  • Page 27 Installation Manual It should be noted that the Attache/Carry phone will operate in a vehicle, using the cigarette lighter receptacle, even if the Attache/Carry phone battery is completely discharged. The AC charger will fully charge your Attache/Carry phone battery in about 10 hours. There is also an optional rapid charger available that will charge your Attache/Carry phone battery in 3 hours.
  • Page 28 Installation Manual rest across the terminals of the battery. In addition, DO NOT puncture the battery, or dispose of it in a fire. Using Spare Batteries You may remove the battery and replace it with a charged spare battery. See your cellular telephone sales representative to purchase spare batteries.
  • Page 29 Installation Manual Field Installation of the Battery Option for Carry Phone Model If your unit was purchased without the battery option, a battery conversion kit may be purchased and installed. This kit consists of a battery, battery charger, and a battery clip connector. The installation should be performed by following Steps 7-8 of the assembly procedure beginning on page 7.
  • Page 30: Mobile Installation

    Installation Manual Mobile Installation Planning and Installation Transceiver Location In many vehicles the best location for the transceiver unit is the floor of the trunk compartment; alternate locations are under the dash, under the front or rear seat, and under the rear speaker deck panel. Regardless of the location choice, be sure the transceiver unit is protected from dirt and moisture and that there is sufficient space around the...
  • Page 31: Handset Location

    Installation Manual Step 3 Center punch the screws’ locations. Drill 1/8 inch holes for the mounting screws. WARNING Be careful to avoid drilling into the fuel tank or other vital part of the vehicle. Step 4 With the transceiver in place under the mounting bracket, secure the bracket to the mounting surface using the self-tapping screws and lock washers provided in the fuse kit.
  • Page 32 Installation Manual 8-18 x 1" Mounting Screws Mounting Antenna Bracket Connector Transceiver Mounting Surface Figure 22...
  • Page 33: Control Unit Mounting Cup Installation

    Installation Manual Control Unit Mounting Cup Installation The control unit mounting cup is used to hold the control unit handset. Machine Screws (4) M4 x 0.7 x 10 Rubber Tip Bumper (2) Upper Shell Figure 23 Adjustable Angle Mounting Bracket Installation (optional) The adjustable angle mounting bracket provides a convenient means for mounting the control unit.
  • Page 34 Installation Manual operating convenience. Using the surface base as a guide, mark four holes on the transmission hump or other selected location. The four mounting tabs on the surface base are somewhat flexible to conform to a curved surface as necessary. Step 2 Using an awl or similar device, open four holes in the carpet at marked locations.
  • Page 35: Antenna Location

    Antenna Location The best location for the antenna is at the center of the vehicle roof, or on glass near the roof. Motorola offers (as an option) a ‘thru-the-glass’ type antenna which should be mounted on the vehicle rear window.
  • Page 36: Antenna Installation

    Installation Manual Antenna Installation IMPORTANT: To meet the FCC’s RF Exposure Guidelines, the antenna should be installed to ensure a minimum distance between the body of the user and nearby persons and the antenna. To determine the minimum distance, calculate the combined cable loss and antenna gain and refer to the graph below to identify the required minimum separation distance in centimeters.
  • Page 37: Optional External Speaker Installation

    Installation Manual The visor clip mounting bracket provides the simplest and most effective mounting of the hands-free microphone. See Figure 25. The clip slides into channels on the microphone housing, and then clips on to the sun visor. The cable may then be unobtrusively routed to the Digital HF microphone jack located near the power cable connector on the DHFA.
  • Page 38: Control/Power Cable Routing

    Installation Manual mounting bracket. Every effort should be made to avoid locating the speaker behind a sound absorptive barrier (e.g., facing upward under the seat or behind a dashboard panel). CAUTION Do not install either the speaker or DHFA unsupported to prevent shifting of the unit which could interfere with the proper operation of the vehicle.
  • Page 39: Control/Power Cable Installation

    Installation Manual Control/Power Cable Installation The control/power cable provides interconnection of the transceiver, handset, microphone (if equipped), and the external speaker (if equipped). See Figure 26 for installation diagram. Install the control/power cable as follows: Step 1 Route the control/power cable as previously specified.
  • Page 40 Installation Manual Speaker To Lights, Horn, etc. 2 Ampere AUX Alert Digital Yellow/ Blue Crimp Hands-Free Relay Black Connector (500 mA max. Microphone (not supplied) coil rating) 10 Ampere Blue Crimp Connector Black Ignition Ignition 4 Ampere Switch Chassis Sense Ground Green/ Blue Crimp...
  • Page 41 Installation Manual an accessory terminal at the vehicle fuse block, through the green wire of the fuse holder assembly. For proper operation of the convenience on/off feature, the accessory terminal voltage should go to A + with the ignition switch on, then go low while cranking the starter, then return to A + with the vehicle running.
  • Page 42: Performance Checks

    Installation Manual yellow/black lead may be left unterminated. NOTE Local regulations may forbid the use of horns and/or flashing headlights as auxiliary alert devices. Consequently, the auxiliary alert external signaling feature should not be used in these areas. Step 9 Cut and strip the red wire(s) connected to the fuse holder (to position the fuse in the desired location) and connect one end to the positive battery terminal using the lug supplied.
  • Page 43: Checking Auxiliary Alert Feature

    Installation Manual Step 1 Place a call from the mobile and confirm proper operation. Use both the handset and the optional hands-free during this call if the phone is so equipped. Step 2 Have a call placed to the mobile and confirm proper operation.
  • Page 44 Installation Manual Step 2 Verify the alert device has been activated by the incoming call and then answer the call. Step 3 With the auxiliary alert feature enabled, place a second test call to the mobile. Do not answer the call. Verify that after approximately 20 seconds (5-6 rings), the alert device has been deactivated and that the handset displays CALL after being enabled in the...
  • Page 45: Before Calling For Service

    Installation Manual Before Calling for Service After installation, programming, and performance checkout, your cellular telephone is ready for operation. If you experience operating difficulties, check the following before making a call for service: Have you read your User Manual? Everything you need to know to operate your cellular telephone is in your User Manual.
  • Page 46 Installation Manual If your telephone is equipped with the integrated hands-free microphone, do you hear excessive feedback noise during a hands-free call? Check your User Manual to be sure you have enabled Enhanced Simplex Hands-free Operation. See your User Manual for further details. Have you unlocked your unit? Your cellular telephone is inoperative when locked.
  • Page 47: General Safety Information

    Installation Manual General Safety Information Read this information before using your mobile cellular car telephone. The cellular telephone is one of the most exciting and innovative electronic products ever developed. With it you can stay in contact with your office, your home, emergency services, and others.
  • Page 48 Installation Manual adoption of this updated Standard. To operate within this updated ANSI Standard, use your phone as described under ‘Safe and Efficient Phone Operation’. Safe and Efficient Phone Operation Do not operate your mobile cellular telephone when a person is within 4 inches (10 centimeters) of the antenna unless that person is shielded from the antenna by a metal surface such as the roof of the car.
  • Page 49 Installation Manual Driving Check the laws and regulations on the use of cellular telephones in the areas where you drive. Always obey them. Also, when using your phone while driving, please: • give full attention to driving, • use hands-free operation, if available, and •...
  • Page 50 Installation Manual Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not always, clearly marked. These areas may include fueling areas such as gas stations; fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities; and areas where you would normally be advised to turn off your engine.
  • Page 51 The design of Motorola’s cellular telephones complies with all applicable RF Safety Standards. Motorola meets the standards and recommendations for the protection of public exposure to RF electromagnetic energy established by governmental bodies and other qualified organizations, such as the following: •...
  • Page 52 Installation Manual Magnetic Storage Media Your phone contains a magnet. Do not place your phone in close proximity to magnetic storage media such as diskettes or credit cards for extended periods of time. Batteries CAUTION To prevent injuries or burns, do not allow metal objects to contact or short circuit the battery terminals.
  • Page 53: Rules, Regulations, And Precautions

    Installation Manual Rules, Regulations, and Precautions The U. S. Federal Communications Commission and the Canadian Department of Communications regulate cellular radiotelephone service in their respective countries. It is important for you, the cellular radiotelephone user, to observe the applicable regulations when operating your cellular phone in either country.
  • Page 54 Installation Manual License - If your home system is in the U. S., you do not require a separate license to operate your cellular telephone; obtaining a cellular telephone access number is sufficient to register you as a user. If your home system is in Canada, a separate license is required;...
  • Page 55 Installation Manual Equipment Modifications - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has type-approved and the Canadian Department of Communications has granted technical acceptance to the model of cellular telephone which you have purchased, and both have allocated a specific frequency range for cellular service.
  • Page 58 Pan American Cellular Subscriber Group 600 North U.S. Highway 45 Libertyville, Illinois 60048 1-800-331-6456 – U.S.A. 1-800-461-4575 – Canada 6809383A19-B 01/31/00-RGC © Motorola, Inc. 1995 All Rights Reserved Printed in U.S.A.