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Sending an Emergency Call (Trunking Only)
1
Press Emergency button.
2
A tone sounds and the display alternates
EMERGENCY and the home display.
OR
A talk prohibited tone sounds when the selected
channel does not support emergency.
3
Press and hold the PTT button. Speak clearly into the
microphone.
4
Release the PTT to end the transmission.
To exit emergency at any time, press and hold the
Emergency button.
Sending a Silent Emergency Alarm
1
Press the preprogrammed Emergency button to
activate the silent alarm feature.
2
The display does not change; the LED does not light
up, and there is no tone.
If silent emergency alarm is used with emergency call,
pressing the PTT button exits the silent mode and
initiates the emergency call.
Display Status Icons
u
Receiving a call or data.
t
Transmitting a call or data.
The more stripes, the stronger the signal
V
strength for the current site (trunking only).
O
Direct radio-to-radio communication or
communication through a repeater.
On = Direct
Off = Repeater
English
M
This channel is being monitored.
Voice muting the affiliated trunking talkgroup
K
or selected conventional channel.
On = Enabled
Off = Disabled
H
.
L = Radio is set at Low power.
OR
H = Radio is set at High power.
i
Scanning a scan list.
Blinking dot = Detects activity on the
j
Priority-One Channel during
scan.
Steady dot = Detects activity on the Priority-
Two Channel during scan.
k
The vote scan feature is enabled.
On = Secure operation.
m
Off = Clear operation.
Blinking = Receiving an encrypted voice
call.

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or
to Menu Entry.
g
directly below Menu Entry to
select.
H to exit.
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On = AES Secure operation.
l
Off = Clear operation.
Blinking = Receiving an encrypted voice
call.
G
On = Location feature enabled, and location
signal available.
Off = Location feature disabled.
Blinking = Location feature enabled, but
location signal unavailable.
n
On = User is currently associated with the
radio.
Off = User is currently not associated with
the radio.
Blinking = Device registration or user
registration with the server
failed due to an invalid
username or pin.
o
Data activity is present.
Indicates that the text entry is currently in
{
hexadecimal mode.
<
>
or
to scroll through sub-list.
g
directly below Menu Entry to
select.

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