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  • Page 1 Draft APX™ TWO-WAY RADIOS APX 8500 MOBILE Page RADIO INSTALLATION MANUAL...
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  • Page 3: Foreword

    No duplication or distribution of this document or any portion thereof shall take place without the express written permission of Motorola Solutions. 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 Solutions.
  • Page 4: Installation Requirements For Compliance With Radio Frequency (rf) Energy Exposure Safety Standards

    RF energy awareness and control for compliance with applicable standards and regulations. For a list of Motorola Solutions-approved antennas and other accessories, visit the following web site which lists approved accessories for your radio model: http://www.motorolasolutions.com.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Radio Operation Wiring for Dash and Remote Configurations ........2-12 2.1.3.1 Dash Mount: Power, Ignition, and Emergency Cable Installation......2-12 2.1.3.2 Remote Mount: Power, Ignition, and Emergency Cable Installation...... 2-13 2.1.4 Ignition Sense Switch (Radio Wide Advance) ..............2-15 2.1.5 Motorola Branded SB9600 Siren/PA Configuration/Programming ......... 2-17 MN003109A01...
  • Page 6 Draft Table of Contents Radio Mounting ........................... 2-18 2.2.2 Remote Mount with Trunnion..................2-21 2.2.2.1 Remote Mount Control Head Installation............... 2-21 2.2.2.2 Multiple Control Head Installation................2-24 2.2.2.3 Cable Installation ....................2-26 2.2.2.4 Setting the Initial Control Head ID ................. 2-26 2.2.2.5 O3 Control Head and Remote Mount Cabling ............
  • Page 7 Disassembly ......................4-9 4.4.1.2 Assembly ....................... 4-10 Motorola Branded SB9600 Siren Connection to APX 8500............4-11 Compatibility of Emergency when Attaching a Motorola Branded SB9600 Siren......4-13 Chapter 5 Motorcycle Radio Installation ..........5-1 Motorcycle Radio Description ......................5-1 5.1.1 Transceiver Enclosure ......................
  • Page 8 Jump-Start the Vehicle ........................7-3 Eliminate Noise/Howling from PA Speaker ................... 7-3 Appendix A Replacement Parts Ordering..........A-1 Basic Ordering Information ......................A-1 Motorola Online Service and Support.................... A-1 Accessories Aftermarket Division (AAD) ..................A-2 Index .....................Index-1 Glossary ..................Glossary-1 Related Publications ASTRO APX Mobile Radio O2 Control Head User Guide............
  • Page 9 Figure 1-7. Front View of O7 Control Head Attached to APX 8500 Mid Power Dash Mount Transceiver and Trunnion ......................... 1-2 Figure 1-8. Side View of O7 Control Head Attached to APX 8500 Mid Power Dash Mount Transceiver and Trunnion ..........................1-2 Figure 1-9.
  • Page 10 Draft viii List of Figures Figure 2-2. Remote Mount Radio Control Heads Can Be Located in the Middle Console, on the Transmis- sion Hump, or Under the Dash ..................... 2-2 Figure 2-3. Remote Mount of the Radio, O9 Control Head and Universal Relay Controller (URC is optional) ..........................
  • Page 11 Figure 4-10. J600 Accessory Connector Y-Cable KT000247A01............4-11 Figure 4-11. Pinout for cable KT000247A01 ................... 4-11 Figure 4-12. Interfacing the Y-cable to the Motorola Branded SB9600 Siren and External Accessories 4-12 Figure 4-13. Field adjustment for Emergency Operation with Siren Accessory ........4-13 Figure 4-14.
  • Page 12 Draft List of Tables List of Tables Table 2-1. Dash and Remote O2, O3, O5, O7 or O9 Radio Power ON @ J2 ........ 2-14 Table 2-2. Remote O2, O5, O7 or O9 Radio Power ON @ J200............ 2-14 Table 2-3. Ignition Interface Cables ....................
  • Page 13 Draft List of Tables Notes MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 14 Draft List of Tables MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 15: Mobile Radio Model Numbering Scheme

    24 = APX 2500 25 = APX 6500 22 = APX 4500 N = Standard Package 36 = APX1500 37 = APX 8500 Position 11 - Version Position 4 - Frequency Band Less than 29.7MHz Version Letter (Alpha) - Major Change UHF Range 29.7 to 35.99MHz...
  • Page 16 Draft Mobile Radio Model Numbering Scheme Notes MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 17: Commercial Warranty

    Product Accessories One (1) Year Motorola Solutions, 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.
  • Page 18: General Provisions

    Warranty service will be provided by Motorola Solutions 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 Solutions at 1-888-567-7347 US/Canada.
  • Page 19: Patent And Software Provisions

    A. that MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS will be notified promptly in writing by such purchaser of any notice of such claim; B. that MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS will have sole control of the defense of such suit and all negotiations for its settlement or compromise; and C.
  • Page 20 Draft xviii Commercial Warranty Notes MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 21: Chapter 1 Introduction

    Figure 1-1. Front View of O2 Control Head Attached Figure 1-2. Side View of O2 Control Head to APX 8500 Attached to APX 8500 Mid Power Dash Mount Transceiver and Trunnion Mid Power Dash Mount Transceiver and Trunnion...
  • Page 22: Figure 1-3. Front View Of O3 Control Head With Coiled Cable

    Dash Mount Transceiver and Trunnion Figure 1-7. Front View of O7 Control Head Figure 1-8. Side View of O7 Control Head Attached Attached to APX 8500 Mid Power Dash Mount to APX 8500 Mid Power Dash Mount Transceiver Transceiver and Trunnion...
  • Page 23: Figure 1-11. Front View Of O2 Control Head With Remote Mount And Trunnion

    Draft Introduction Mobile Radio Description Figure 1-11. Front View of O2 Control Head with Figure 1-12. Side View of O2 Control Head with Remote Mount and Trunnion Remote Mount and Trunnion Figure 1-13. Front View of O5 Control Head with Figure 1-14.
  • Page 24: Figure 1-17. Front View Of O9 Control Head With Trunnion

    Draft Introduction Mobile Radio Description Figure 1-17. Front View of O9 Control Head with Figure 1-18. Side View of O9 Control Head with Trunnion Trunnion 61.5 Figure 1-19. Top View of O9 Universal Relay Figure 1-20. Side View of O9 Universal Relay Controller with Trunnion (URC is an Controller with Trunnion (URC is an orderable orderable accessory)
  • Page 25: Figure 1-22. Front View Of Sb9600 Whelen Siren

    Draft Introduction Mobile Radio Description Figure 1-22. Front View of SB9600 Whelen Siren T-Cable for Dual Control Head Only To Switch Box or Speaker Leads Siren/PA Unit Red Fused Cable Black Chassis Connects to Battery Ground Cable Positive Terminal Figure 1-23. Siren/PA Cable Connections MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 26: Standard Configurations

    Draft Introduction Standard Configurations Standard Configurations 1.2.1 Dash Mount Configuration - Mid Power NOTE: The dash mount configuration is not applicable for O9 control heads. There are two versions of the APX mobile dash mount. The first are the O2, O5 and O7 control heads which are mounted on the front of the transceiver housing.
  • Page 27: Figure 1-26. Dash Mount Configuration For O5 Control Head

    Draft Introduction Standard Configurations Figure 1-26. Dash Mount Configuration for O5 Control Head Figure 1-27. Dash Mount Configuration for O7 Control Head For details on this configuration, see 2.2.1. MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 28: Remote Mount Configuration

    Draft Introduction Standard Configurations 1.2.2 Remote Mount Configuration In the remote mount configuration, the transceiver and the control head are mounted separately in the vehicle. The O2, O5, O7 and O9 control heads are mounted in remote trunnions near the operator.
  • Page 29: Figure 1-30. Remote Mount Configuration With Mid Power Transceiver, Transceiver Interface Board

    Draft Introduction Standard Configurations 5 m (17 ft) Extension Cable Figure 1-30. Remote Mount Configuration with Mid Power Transceiver, Transceiver Interface Board and O3 Control Head 5 m (17 ft) Extension Cable Figure 1-31. Remote Mount Configuration with High Power Transceiver, Transceiver Interface Board and O3 Control Head MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 30: Chib Rear Assembly And O5 Control Head

    Draft 1-10 Introduction Standard Configurations Figure 1-32. Remote Mount Configuration with Mid Power Transceiver, Transceiver Interface Board, CHIB Rear Assembly and O5 Control Head Figure 1-33. Remote Mount Configuration with High Power Transceiver, Transceiver Interface Board, CHIB Rear Assembly and O5 Control Head MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 31: O7 Control Head

    Draft Introduction Standard Configurations 1-11 Figure 1-34. Remote Mount Configuration with Mid Power Transceiver, Transceiver Interface Board, CHIB Rear Assembly and O7 Control Head Figure 1-35. Remote Mount Configuration with High Power Transceiver, Transceiver Interface Board, CHIB Rear Assembly and O7 Control Head 17 ft Extension Cable Figure 1-36.
  • Page 32 Draft 1-12 Introduction Standard Configurations 17 ft Extension Cable Figure 1-37. Remote Mount Configuration with High Power Transceiver, Transceiver Interface Board and O9 Control Head 17 ft Extension Cable O7 to URC Cable Figure 1-38. Remote Mount Configuration with Mid Power Radio Transceiver, Universal Relay Controller and O7 Control Head (URC is optional) (Also Applicable for O2 and O5 Control Heads) MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 33 Draft Introduction Standard Configurations 1-13 17 ft Extension Cable O7 to URC Cable Figure 1-39. Remote Mount Configuration with High Power Radio Transceiver, Universal Relay Controller and O7 Control Head (URC is optional) (Also Applicable for O2 and O5 Control Heads) MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 34 Draft 1-14 Introduction Standard Configurations 17 ft Extension Cable O9 to URC Cable Figure 1-40. Remote Mount Configuration with Mid Power Radio Transceiver, Universal Relay Controller and O9 Control Head (URC is optional) 17 ft Extension Cable O9 to URC Cable Figure 1-41.
  • Page 35: Multi Control Head

    Draft Introduction Motorcycle Configurations - Mid Power 1-15 1.2.3 Multi Control Head The multi control head option allows separate, remotely operated control heads to operate and control the radio. For example, a fire truck could have a control head located in the cab and on the rear of the truck so that the radio could be operated from outside the vehicle.
  • Page 36 Draft 1-16 Introduction Tools Required for APX Mobile Installations MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 37: Chapter 2 Standard Configurations

    Draft Chapter 2 Standard Configurations Planning the Installation The APX mobile radio operates only in negative ground electrical systems with a valid operating range of 13.6 V +/- 20%. Before starting the radio installation, make sure that the ground polarity of the vehicle is correct.
  • Page 38: O9 Control Head

    Draft Standard Configurations Planning the Installation 2.1.1 Installation Examples The mobile two-way radio offers various methods of installation, with accessories placed to the vehicle as desired. The radio can be a dash or remote mount except with O9 control head, which can only be mounted remotely.
  • Page 39 Draft Standard Configurations Planning the Installation 2.1.2 Wiring Diagrams Figure 2-4 through Figure 2-18 show the wiring diagrams for all the possible configurations. The title under each figure identifies the O2, O3, O5, O7 or O9 control head configurations. Identify which of these figures shows the configuration that you are installing, and use the diagram when planning the installation.
  • Page 40 Draft Standard Configurations Planning the Installation FUSE BATTERY ANTENNA 2 RED LEAD ANTENNA 3 WIFI (OPTIONAL) ANTENNA 1 GPS (OPTIONAL) FUSE FIREWALL BLOCK HOLE Multi- plexer IGN SENSE (ACC) FUSE HORN ANTENNA ANTENNA ANTENNA RELAY (SEE J2 POWER CONNECTION CONNECTION CONNECTION PINOUT) CABLE...
  • Page 41 Draft Standard Configurations Planning the Installation NOTE: In dash mount configuration, it is mandatory that a rear accessory cable be attached at the back of a mid power transceiver, in order to ground the Emergency pin to GND. Or, an emergency footswitch or pushbutton switch must be attached at the back of a mid power.
  • Page 42 Draft Standard Configurations Planning the Installation FUSE BATTERY RED LEAD ANTENNA 2 ANTENNA 3 ANTENNA 1 WIFI (OPTIONAL) GPS (OPTIONAL) FUSE FIREWALL BLOCK HOLE Multi- plexer IGN SENSE (ACC) FUSE HORN ANTENNA ANTENNA ANTENNA RELAY POWER (SEE J626 CONNECTION CONNECTION CONNECTION CABLE LIGHT...
  • Page 43 Draft Standard Configurations Planning the Installation FUSE BATTERY PORTS ON REAR OF REMOTE CONTROL HEAD FUSE RED LEAD FUSE YELLOW BLOCK LEAD FUSE ANTENNA 1 ANTENNA 2 ANTENNA 3 WIFI (OPTIONAL) GPS (OPTIONAL) J400 HORN BLACK VIP CONNECTOR PIN-OUT RELAY LEAD LIGHT RELAY...
  • Page 44 Draft Standard Configurations Planning the Installation FUSE BATTERY PORTS ON REAR OF REMOTE CONTROL HEAD FUSE RED LEAD FUSE YELLOW BLOCK LEAD ANTENNA 2 ANTENNA 3 ANTENNA 1 FUSE WIFI (OPTIONAL) GPS (OPTIONAL) J400 HORN BLACK VIP CONNECTOR PIN-OUT RELAY LEAD LIGHT RELAY...
  • Page 45 Draft Standard Configurations Planning the Installation FUSE CIRCUIT BREAKER RED LEAD BATTERY RED LEAD FUSE RED LEAD FUSE WIFI (OPTIONAL) GPS (OPTIONAL) ANTENNA 1 FUSE YELLOW LEAD FUSE BLOCK CONTROL HEAD HORN RELAY ANTENNA ANTENNA ANTENNA CONNECTION CONNECTION CONNECTION EARJACK Multi- Control Head plexer...
  • Page 46 Draft 2-10 Standard Configurations Planning the Installation Multi- plexer Figure 2-17. Radio Installation of O9 Remote Mount with Transceiver (URC is optional) - High Power MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 47 Draft Standard Configurations Planning the Installation 2-11 REAR ACCESSORY CONNECTOR SPKR+ VIPOUT 2 SPKR- (RELAY) IGN SENSE (ACC) VIPOUT 1 (RELAY) EMERGENCY J500 GROUND VIP CONNECTOR PIN-OUT J100 M.A.P. J400 J200 PWR/SPKR VIP Cable Radio (RED) (HKN6196_) Function J300L Number Wire Color J400-1 SWB +...
  • Page 48 Draft 2-12 Standard Configurations Planning the Installation MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 49 Draft Standard Configurations Planning the Installation 2-13 MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 50 Draft 2-14 Standard Configurations Planning the Installation MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 51: Radio Operation Wiring For Dash And Remote Configurations

    Draft Standard Configurations Planning the Installation 2-15 2.1.3 Radio Operation Wiring for Dash and Remote Configurations Determine from Table 2-1 Table 2-2 the radio functionality you want to achieve, which is controlled by the vehicle ignition switch state, the physical wiring of the radio ignition sense (ACC) wire, and by the programmed CPS setting.
  • Page 52: Remote Mount: Power, Ignition, And Emergency Cable Installation

    Draft 2-16 Standard Configurations Planning the Installation 2.1.3.2 Remote Mount: Power, Ignition, and Emergency Cable Installation The single control head O2, O5, O7 or O9 remote mount configurations receive power from the J200 connector red and black wires. The yellow wire at J200 is one ignition sense wire. The J2 connector can also be used for ignition sense.
  • Page 53: Table 2-1. Dash And Remote O2, O3, O5, O7 Or O9 Radio Power On @ J2

    Draft Standard Configurations Planning the Installation 2-17 Table 2-1. Dash and Remote O2, O3, O5, O7 or O9 Radio Power ON @ J2 Transceiver HLN6863 Transceiver HLN6863 Transceiver HLN6863 Dash/Remote Red Power Thin Red Wire Red Power Thin Red Wire Red Power Thin Red Wire Mount...
  • Page 54: Ignition Sense Switch (radio Wide Advance)

    Draft 2-18 Standard Configurations Planning the Installation 2.1.4 Ignition Sense Switch (Radio Wide Advance) CPS selectable settings to control the radio functionality based on the state of the vehicle Ignition status. These descriptions can be found in the CPS (customer programming software) tool HELP Guides and are repeated here for convenience.
  • Page 55 Draft Standard Configurations Planning the Installation 2-19 NOTE: When either TX Inhibit, PTT TX Inhibit or Required are selected, the Emergency Power Up feature is not be available to the radio-user. When any other Ignition Switch setting is made, Emergency Power Up is available to the radio-user, regardless of current ignition state.
  • Page 56: Motorola Branded Sb9600 Siren/pa Configuration/programming

    2-20 Standard Configurations Planning the Installation 2.1.5 Motorola Solutions Branded SB9600 Siren/PA Configuration/Programming The Siren/PA is shipped pre-wired for 100 W operation. It can be rewired for 65 W, 75 W, or 130 W power levels. To change to another power level, perform the following: 1.
  • Page 57: Radio Mounting

    Draft Standard Configurations Radio Mounting 2-21 Radio Mounting DO NOT mount the radio on a plastic mounting surface without first reinforcing the mounting surface; the weight of the radio may crack or break the mounting surface. DO NOT mount the radio on any surface where the radio could be partially submersed C a u t i o n in water.
  • Page 58 Draft 2-22 Standard Configurations Radio Mounting NOTE: . RADIO FRONT APPLIES TO RADIOS IN REMOTE INSTALLATIONS Figure 2-24. APX8500 High Power Trunnion Orientation MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 59: Table 2-6. Mid Power Trunnion Kit

    2-26). Table 2-6. Mid Power Trunnion Kit Item Part Number Description High/Mid Power Transceiver 0371859H01 Trunnion Mounting Screw APX 8500 0312002B14 Self-Drilling Tapping Screw APX 8500 HLN7002_ Mackinaw Trunnion Hardware Kit APX 8500 HLN7003_ Mackinaw Trunnion Hardware Kit APX 8500...
  • Page 60 Draft 2-24 Standard Configurations Radio Mounting Figure 2-26. Below Remote Trunnion Mounting Figure 2-27. Transmission Hump Trunnion Mounting - Mid Power MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 61: Remote Mount With Trunnion

    A typical mounting location recommended by Motorola Solutions is in the vehicle trunk. For mid power, the trunnion provided may still be used to mount the transceiver, and the mounting process is the same as for the dash...
  • Page 62: Remote Mount Control Head Installation

    Draft 2-26 Standard Configurations Radio Mounting 2. Using the trunnion mounting bracket as a template, mark the positions of the holes on the mounting surface. Use the innermost four holes for a curved mounting surface such as the transmission hump, and the four outmost holes for a flat surface such as under the dash. 3.
  • Page 63 Draft Standard Configurations Radio Mounting 2-27 An adjustable trunnion, which allows a number of mounting positions, is supplied for mounting the control unit. The installation must not interfere with the operation of the vehicle or its accessories, nor disturb passenger seating or leg room. The control head must be within convenient reach and viewing of the user.
  • Page 64 Draft 2-28 Standard Configurations Radio Mounting Adjust the control head to desired angle and secure with wing screws Use four mounting screws on all installations Trunnion Mounting surface Drill four 5/32” holes in mounting surface IMPORTANT: Use a metal backing plate (not supplied) if mounting trunnion on plastic or unstable surface Figure 2-30.
  • Page 65: Multiple Control Head Installation

    Draft Standard Configurations Radio Mounting 2-29 2.2.2.2 Multiple Control Head Installation Control heads in a multiple control head configuration should be installed per the steps detailed in Section 2.2.2.1: “Remote Mount Control Head Installation” . Two heads can be connected to each of the two CAN connectors on the transceiver, see Figure 2-32.
  • Page 66 Draft 2-30 Standard Configurations Radio Mounting Figure 2-33. Multiple Control Heads Parallel Configurations - High Power MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 67 Draft Standard Configurations Radio Mounting 2-31 FUSE FUSE J300R J300L J200 J300R J300L J200 RED LEAD Control Head 1 Control Head 2 BATTERY FUSE FUSE J300R J300L J200 J300R J200 Control Head 3 Control Head 4 Figure 2-34. Multiple Control Heads Series Configurations - Mid Power MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 68: Table 2-7. Available Can Cables

    Draft 2-32 Standard Configurations Radio Mounting Figure 2-35. Multiple Control Heads Series Configurations - High Power NOTE: In Multiple Control Head (MCH) installations, the yellow ignition sense wire must be connected to the head assigned ID # 1. Section 2.2.2.4: “Setting the Initial Control Head ID” for further information.
  • Page 69: Cable Installation

    Draft Standard Configurations Radio Mounting 2-33 Table 2-7. Available CAN Cables Part Number Description PMLN4958_ Cable, O3 Extension, 5 m (17 ft) 2.2.2.3 Cable Installation Route the cables where they are protected from pinching, sharp edges or crushing. Use grommets in any holes where the cable passes through metal panels.
  • Page 70: O3 Control Head And Remote Mount Cabling

    Draft 2-34 Standard Configurations Radio Mounting Figure 2-38. APX Mobile O5 Control Head Front View – Mode Knob 5. Repeat steps 1 to 4 above to set the ID of the remaining control heads. NOTE: In Multiple Control Head (MCH) installations, the yellow ignition sense wire must be connected to the head assigned ID # 1.
  • Page 71 Draft Standard Configurations Radio Mounting 2-35 Care must be taken to shield the control head (front and back) from direct exposure to pressurized water. The pressurized water from a hose, in most cases, is more severe than the stated test and conditions in typical environments. C a u t i o n Vehicle Mounting Surface VEHICLE...
  • Page 72: Locking Kit (optional)

    Draft 2-36 Standard Configurations Radio Mounting 2.2.3 Locking Kit (Optional) - Mid Power 2.2.3.1 All Radios If an optional locking kit (HLN6372_) is used (shown in Figure 2-42), position the lock housing on the trunnion after installing the radio mounting screws. Then rotate the lock with the key in it and remove the key to lock the radio.
  • Page 73: Power Cables (transceiver And Control Head)

    Draft Standard Configurations Power Cables (Transceiver and Control Head) 2-37 Power Cables (Transceiver and Control Head) Route the RED power cable from both the radio and the control head to the vehicle battery compartment, using accepted industry methods and standards. Be sure to grommet the firewall hole to protect the cable.
  • Page 74: Battery Selector Switch

    Draft 2-38 Standard Configurations Power Cables (Transceiver and Control Head) Figure 2-44. HKN6187_ Power Cable with External Speaker Connector, Record Audio Output Jack (2.5 mm) and Earphone Jack (2.5 mm) NOTE: Audio Out – Does not require CPS programming. Attaching a headset mutes the external speakers of the radio which are attached at the SPK jack of the control head.
  • Page 75: Antenna Installation

    Draft Standard Configurations Antenna Installation 2-39 Antenna Installation IMPORTANT: To assure optimum performance and compliance with RF Energy Exposure regulations, these antenna installation guidelines and instructions are limited to metal-body vehicles with appropriate ground planes and take into account the potential exposure of back seat passengers and bystanders outside the vehicle.
  • Page 76 • In some mobile installations that include an LTE modem, external filtering on the LMR port and/ or the LTE port may be needed to reduce interference. Contact your local Motorola Solutions Service Center for more information and for filter kit numbers (See Appendix for contact info).
  • Page 77: Multiplexers And Vehicle Installation

    Multiplexers and Vehicle Installation Figure 2-47. Multiplexer Views 2.4.3 QMA Connection (APX 8500 Only) APX8500 is using a quick disconnect connection called QMA. This does not require any tightening. • Ensure there is sufficient slack in the antenna cable. • Ensure that the collar of the antenna cable plug does not bind.
  • Page 78: Speaker

    Draft 2-42 Standard Configurations Speaker Speaker DO NOT ground the radio's speaker leads. This system has a floating speaker output (DC voltage on both leads); damage to the audio circuit results if either lead is grounded or if they are shorted together. C a u t i o n The speaker kit includes a trunnion bracket that allows the speaker to be mounted in a variety of ways.
  • Page 79: Internal Speaker Disassembly

    Draft Standard Configurations Speaker 2-43 2.5.1 Internal Speaker Disassembly NOTE: This configuration is only applicable for O2 Control Heads. You can disable the internal speaker of your radio by following the instructions below. The followings are the procedure to disassemble your radio for mid power radios: 1.
  • Page 80 Draft 2-44 Standard Configurations Speaker 4. Put the control head face down on a clean, flat surface to avoid damaging it. Do not touch the o-ring on the back housing. 5. Carefully disconnect the speaker connector from the circuit board as shown in Figure 2-52.
  • Page 81 Draft Standard Configurations Speaker 2-45 Figure 2-54. Disconnecting the Speaker Connector 4. Reattach the front housing assembly. Refer to the APX8500 HP Basic Service Manual, Remove the O2 Control Head . MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 82: Microphone Hang-up Clip

    Some microphone models require the grounding of the microphone clip in order for HUB operation to work correctly. Refer to the documentation that comes with your Motorola Solutions microphone model.
  • Page 83: Rfid Reading

    2.7.1 RFID Reading To read an RFID tag using a UHF Gen 2 RFID reader (e.g. Motorola Solutions MC9090-G), open an appropriate RFID read application, point the RFID reader at the tag and activate the reader's RFID antenna (e.g. pull Motorola Solutions MC9090-G scanning trigger). RFID reader must be within 1 foot from tag in order to read.
  • Page 84 Draft 2-48 Standard Configurations RFID (Option) Tag Angle RFID Tag Figure 2-59. Tag Angle for Mid Power Radio Tag Angle RFID Tag Figure 2-60. Tag Angle for High Power Radio Reader Reader Figure 2-61. Examples of Reader and Tag Aligned (Reader Orientation) MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 85 Draft Standard Configurations RFID (Option) 2-49 Reader Figure 2-62. Example of Reader and Tag Misaligned (Reader Orientation) MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 86: Programming Rfid (if Equipped)

    2.7.2 Programming RFID (If Equipped) The user can reprogram the tag (up to 12 ASCII characters when encoded to hexadecimal format) using any UHF Gen 2 capable RFID writer (e.g. Motorola Solutions MC9090-G). NOTE: Follow read direction in Section 2.7.1 to optimized reprogramming.
  • Page 87: Completing The Installation

    2-51 Table 2-2. Serial Number with Radio Band/Tier/Power 700/800 and VHF Multi-Band UHF1 and UHF2 700/800 and UHF APX 8500 APX 7000 APX 7500 Mid Power APX 7500 High Power APX 6000 APX 6500 Mid Power APX 6500 High Power...
  • Page 88 Draft 2-52 Standard Configurations Completing the Installation MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 89: Chapter 3 Universal Relay Controller Installation

    Draft Chapter 3 Universal Relay Controller Installation The Universal Relay Controller (URC) is an extension of and an orderable accessory for O7 or O9 control head. URC is used to control high power switching peripherals, e.g. lightbar. URC works on all lightbars which can be controlled by power application.
  • Page 90: Figure 3-2. Universal Relay Controller Installation Exploded View

    Draft Universal Relay Controller Installation Universal Relay Controller Mounting Install the URC as follows: 1. Use the URC trunnion as a template to mark the mounting holes; drill 5/32" holes. If mounting on a plastic surface, use a metal backing plate. 2.
  • Page 91: O7/o9 Universal Relay Controller Cable Assembly

    The cap nut is then reassembled with tightening torque 18 lb-in. 3. The other end of the power cable should be connected to circuit breaker (Motorola Solutions part number 40012006001) end which indicates "AUX" and then, to power supply on the other end which indicates "BAT", instead of connecting to power supply directly.
  • Page 92: Wires

    Draft Universal Relay Controller Installation O7/O9 Universal Relay Controller Cable Assembly Counter Nut Cable Gland Gasket, Cable Gland Neoprene Seal Cap Nut Figure 3-4. Cable Gland Assembly with Gasket 3.2.3 Wires 1. Assemble the wires into the lightbar gasket retainer and lightbar gasket. The URC can support lightbars through control wires with outer diameter ranging from 1.52 mm to 3.77 mm (0.06”...
  • Page 93: O7/o9 To Urc Cable

    3.2.4 O7/O9 to URC Cable The O7/O9 to URC cable (Motorola Solutions part number 3064153H02) can be assembled either before or after reassembling the top housing. Assemble the RJ45 port of the cable into the RJ45 connector on the URC and turn the locking collar instead of cable, 90 degrees to the right to ensure it is locked properly.
  • Page 94 Draft Universal Relay Controller Installation Notes MN003109A01_aa...
  • Page 95: Chapter 4 Options And Accessories Installation

    Motorola Solutions-approved accessories are supplied with male terminals crimped to a 20-gauge wire specifically designed to fit the plug of the accessory connector assembly.

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