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ACCESSORIES
WIRELESS RSM FOR
PORTABLES SOLUTIONS
USER GUIDE
PMMN4096 WIRELESS REMOTE SPEAKER MICROPHONE
PMLN6714 DUAL-UNIT CHARGER
PMLN6716 VEHICULAR CHARGER
PMNN4461 WIRELESS REMOTE SPEAKER MICROPHONE BATTERY

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  • Page 1 ACCESSORIES WIRELESS RSM FOR PORTABLES SOLUTIONS USER GUIDE PMMN4096 WIRELESS REMOTE SPEAKER MICROPHONE PMLN6714 DUAL-UNIT CHARGER PMLN6716 VEHICULAR CHARGER PMNN4461 WIRELESS REMOTE SPEAKER MICROPHONE BATTERY...
  • Page 3 Portable Two-Way Radios • Changes or modifications made to this device, not expressly approved by Motorola, could void the authority of the user to operate ATTENTION! this equipment. This radio is restricted to Occupational use only.
  • Page 4 Body Worn Operation. When microphone is worn on the body, always • Turn down the volume before adding headset or earpiece. use Motorola-approved clip for this product. Using approved body- • worn accessories is important because the use of non-Motorola-...
  • Page 5 PMNN4461_ Battery Standard Li-Ion 1750M1880T W A R N I N G 2. Use of accessories not recommended by Motorola may result in risk of fire, electric shock, or injury. NOTE: The Dual-Unit Charger is not designed to accommodate the 3.
  • Page 6 RADIO COMPATIBILITY  Vehicular Charger PMLN6716_ • Equipment shall be used in vehicle and in dry condition. Keep in mind The Wireless Remote Speaker Microphone (WRSM) is compatible with that rain or snow can reach the equipment i.e. through an open vehicle window.
  • Page 7 OPERATION MODE CONFIGURATION By default, the WRSM is compatible with the radio ONLY. To work with WAVE 5000 Mobile Client, choose WAVE 5000 on Operation Mode at Accessory Programming Software (APS). The APS tool allows you to select two modes of operation: •...
  • Page 8 NOTES English...
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    PREPARING YOUR WRSM FOR USE CHAPTER 2: WIRELESS RSM PMMN4096_ Assemble your WRSM by following these steps: Assembling the Swivel Clip ......page 2 Attaching the Battery .
  • Page 10: Assembling The Swivel Clip

    Assembling the Swivel Clip Attaching the Battery Insert the swivel clip through the battery slot. Rotate the clip to the right With the WRSM turned off, align the battery to back chassis and fully position as indicated in Figure 2.1 below. slot in until the battery latch is engaged.
  • Page 11: Detaching The Battery

    Detaching the Battery Charging the Battery To detach the battery, lift up the battery latch and pull the battery backward until the battery is fully disengaged from the back chassis. Figure 2.4: Charging position of the WRSM with battery attached Figure 2.3: Removing the battery from the WRSM English...
  • Page 12: Language Selection

    Procedure: Press and hold the PTT button before powering ON the WRSM. The Motorola-approved battery shipped with your WRSM is uncharged. DO NOT release the PTT button. Prior to using a new battery, fully charge the new battery to ensure optimum capacity and performance.
  • Page 13: Recommended Wearing Positions

    Figure 2.6: Recommended wearing positions Figure 2.5: Language Selection NOTE: When the WRSM is worn on the body, always use Motorola- approved clip. Using approved body-worn accessories is important because the use of non-Motorola-approved accessories may result in exposure levels, which exceed the FCC occupational/controlled environment RF exposure limits.
  • Page 14 IDENTIFYING WRSM INDICATORS AND Overview of the WRSM CONTROLS Take a moment to review the following: Volume Toggle Audio Indicator Overview of the WRSM ....... page 6 Programmable Power Button / Power Indicators and Battery Alerts .
  • Page 15 Power Indicators and Battery Alerts Audio Indicators The WRSM is battery powered. It is very important to pay attention to Table 2.3: Audio Indicators the low battery warning described in Table 2.2 to avoid improper functioning of the WRSM. State Audio Indication LED Table 2.2: Power Indicators and Battery Alerts Audio Not Available,...
  • Page 16 GENERAL WRSM OPERATION Table 2.3: Audio Indicators (Continued) State Audio Indication LED Once you understand how your WRSM is configured, you are ready to Audio Not Available, use your WRSM. Use this navigation guide to familiarize yourself with Disconnected / Reconnecting the basic features: and Muted Red Solid...
  • Page 17: Powering On/Off The Wrsm

    To power ON the WRSM, press and hold the Power Button until you To increase the volume, push volume lever towards the . To decrease hear “Motorola Solutions” prompt. To power OFF, press the Power the volume, push lever towards the Button until the WRSM turns off.
  • Page 18: Pairing Your Wrsm

    Pairing Your WRSM Subsequent Connection Procedure: Same Host: If the Bluetooth link is lost, connection will be automatically Verify that both the host and the WRSM are powered ON (First time reestablished when the host and device come within 10 meter range only: Once the WRSM is powered ON, if not previously selected, (line-of-sight).
  • Page 19: Poor Signal / Out Of Range Warning Indication

    Push-to-Talk (PTT) Button Table 2.5: Wireless Link and Pairing Indicators (Continued) Tone State Indication LED Voice Prompt Indication Press and hold down the PTT button to talk. Release the PTT button to listen. The microphone is activated when the PTT button is pressed. Disconnected Wireless Link Blue LED Solid...
  • Page 20: Tasklight Button

    Tasklight Button Table 2.7: Dark Mode Indicators Press the Tasklight Button for 1 second to switch ON/OFF the tasklight. Power Indication, Audio Tone Indication Indication and Tasklight Voice Prompt During low/critical battery, the Tasklight blinks for 30 seconds and will be Indication auto switched OFF.
  • Page 21: Secondary Receiver Audio Accessory

    Secondary Receiver Audio Accessory  Optional Accessories Table 2.8: Optional Accessories When a secondary accessory is plugged into the audio jack, audio will Part Number Description be routed through secondary accessory Earpiece with Coiled Cord and 3.5 mm RT Angle ...
  • Page 22: Firmware Upgrade

    Firmware Upgrade Firmware upgrade is available for this WRSM and it is only upgradeable by your dealer. Check with your dealer for more information on the latest firmware upgrades. NOTE: DO NOT charge the WRSM with this micro USB port, it is strictly for firmware upgrade only.
  • Page 23 Operational Guidelines....... page 16 Motorola Authorized Battery......page 16 Motorola Authorized Power Sources/Power Supplies .
  • Page 24: Operational Guidelines

    The Power Sources/Power Supplies listed in Table 3.2 are approved for the pocket. use with the Dual-Unit Charger: • The Dual-Unit Charger is designed to provide simultaneous charging Table 3.2: Motorola Authorized Power Supply for both pockets. Power Supply Kit Description Number Motorola Authorized Battery Power Supply, Charger Switch Mode, 110 –...
  • Page 25: Overview Of The Duc

    Overview of the DUC LEDs Pocket Barrel Connector Figure 3.1: Dual-Unit Charger (Front View) Figure 3.2: Dual-Unit Charger (Side View) English...
  • Page 26: Operating Instructions

    Dual-Unit Chargers are intended for use only with the authorized When the battery is properly seated in the pocket, the charger LED Motorola battery and power supplies listed in Table 3.1 and Table will light in accordance with Table 3.3.
  • Page 27: Led Light Indication

    LED Light Indication Table 3.3: Charger Status (Continued) Battery under voltage recovery time out When troubleshooting, always observe the color of the LED. Loss of charge current control Table 3.3: Charger Status Fast Flash Red Excessive power supply voltage LED Indication Charger State Fault connection happened –...
  • Page 28: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If There is Fast Flash Red Indication: Confirm the battery being used with the WRSM is listed in Table 3.1 and is good in condition. Confirm that the power supply being used with the WRSM is listed in Table 3.2 and is good in condition. Remove the battery and restart the Dual-Unit Charger.
  • Page 29 Operating Specifications ......page 22 Motorola-Authorized Battery ......page 22 Overview of Vehicular Charger .
  • Page 30: Operational Guidelines

    Charger. • The Vehicular Charger is designed to be portable. Table 5.1: Motorola-Authorized Battery • The WRSM is designed to be functional even when charging takes Kit (Part) Number Platform/Description place.
  • Page 31: Overview Of Vehicular Charger

    Overview of Vehicular Charger Installation Install Mounting Bracket (HLN9073_) Refer to Figure 5.2 below and attach hang-up clip (1) to vehicle using Release Button two sheet metal screws and back-up plate provided. Place back-up plate (4) behind dashboard. Use flat-head screw (2) in top mounting Warning Label / hole and hex-washer screw (3) in bottom mounting hole.
  • Page 32: Operating Instructions

    Motorola Part Number Description Vehicular Chargers are intended for use only with the authorized 0180757T98 Hang-up Clip Motorola battery listed in Table 5.1 ; usage with unauthorized products 0312002C01 Flat-Head Screw may prevent proper operation and may damage the device. 0312002A01 Hex-Washer Head Screw ...
  • Page 33 Rotate 90° Slide out Slide Insertion Removal Figure 5.4: Placing and Removing the Vehicular Charger from the Mounting Slide out the cradle as per step (4). Bracket Mount the Charger Slide in the stud onto the bracket as per step (1). Remove the Charger Rotate the cradle horizontally (90 °) as per step (2) &...
  • Page 34  Placing and Removing the WRSM or Battery to When the battery is properly seated in the pocket, the charger’s LED will light in accordance with Table 5.3 per Figure (B3). and from the Vehicular Charger Placing the WRSM or Battery to the Vehicular Charger Removing the WRSM or Battery from the Vehicular Charger The Vehicular Charger will accommodate a WRSM with an attached The Vehicular Charger will accommodate a WRSM with an attached...
  • Page 35 Attach and Remove WRSM Press Press Slide Slide LED ON Figure (R1) Figure (R2) Figure (R3) Insertion Removal Figure 5.5: Attaching and Removing the WRSM from the Vehicular Charger English...
  • Page 36 Attach and Remove Battery Press Press Slide Slide LED ON Figure (B1) Figure (B3) Figure (B2) Insertion Removal Figure 5.6: Attaching and Removing the Battery from the Vehicular Charger English...
  • Page 37: Led Light Indication

    LED Light Indication Swivel Clip Position When Placing Onto Vehicular Charger The Vehicular Charger will accommodate for both swivel clips: When troubleshooting, always observe the color of the LED. • Standard swivel clip (PMLN6743_) – Any rotational position Table 5.3: Charging Status •...
  • Page 38: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Table 5.3: Charging Status (Continued) Battery under voltage recovery time out If There is Fast Flash Red Indication: Loss of charge current control Fast Flash Red Confirm the battery being used with the WRSM is listed in Table 5.1 Excessive power supply voltage and is good in condition.
  • Page 39 Table 6.1: Replaceable Parts (Continued) CHAPTER 6: REPLACEABLE PARTS Part Number Description Power Supply, Charger Switch Mode, 110 – 240 V Other than the replaceable parts listed below, the PMMN4096_, 25012022009 PMLN6714_ and PMLN6716_ are not repairable. HLN9073_ Microphone Hang-up Clip The following parts are available: KT-SB1X- Standard Lanyard with Velcro...
  • Page 40 NOTES English...
  • Page 41 CHAPTER 7: OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE LEGAL NOTICE This Motorola Solutions Product contains Open Source Software. For information regarding licenses, acknowledgments, required copyright notices and other usage terms, refer to the documentation for this Motorola Solutions Product at: https://businessonline.motorolasolutions.com Go to: Resource Center > Product Information > Manual >...
  • Page 42 NOTES English...
  • Page 43 DO NOT disassemble the PMMN4096_, PMLN6714_ and PMLN6716_; they are not repairable. Order replacement parts listed in “REPLACEABLE PARTS" on page 31. Please contact Motorola Solutions Customer Care as shown in Table 8.1 below for ordering or any technical troubleshooting assistance.
  • Page 44 NOTES English...
  • Page 45 Product. MOTOROLA cannot be responsible in any way for any ancillary equipment not furnished by MOTOROLA which is attached to or used in connection with the Product, or for operation of the Product with any ancillary equipment, and all such equipment is expressly excluded from this warranty.
  • Page 46 Product item, transportation and insurance prepaid, to an authorized warranty service location. Warranty service Normal and customary wear and teat. will be provided by MOTOROLA through one of its authorized warranty service locations. If you first contact the company which sold you the English...
  • Page 47 MOTOROLA software or exercise of rights in such MOTOROLA software permitted. No license is That MOTOROLA will have sole control of the defense of such suit granted by implication, estoppel or otherwise under MOTOROLA and all negotiations for its settlement or compromise; and patent rights or copyrights.
  • Page 48 NOTES English...
  • Page 50 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. © 2016 Motorola Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved.

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