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    Portable Radios User Manual SCAN STEP N-DEL TX LOW CTCSS BATT SCAN SA VE SIGNAL...

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    AP73 Quick Reference On / Off and Selector Knob Volume Knob Antenna Connector Microphone Toggle Light / Enter and Parameter Speaker Transfer Button Monitor Button Push-to-Talk (PTT) Button LCD Screen TX LOW CTCSS BATT SCAN Keypad SAVE SIGNAL Basic Operation... Turning Radio On/Off: Rotate On/Off and Volume Knob clockwise / anti-clockwise.

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    MHz Operation... Selecting Frequency Step Size: Press until current frequency size STEP is shown. Rotate Selector Knob to the desired frequency step size then press any key to accept. Selecting Receive Frequency: In Mhz mode, enter desired frequency (whole or part) or/and rotate Selector Knob to the required frequency. to toggle between no offset , standard Selecting TX Offset: Pres positive offset (‘+’...

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    until LCD displays (with a flashing cursor). Enter a phone number location (1 to 9), or press to enter access / deaccess code. Enter the phone number (up to 12 digits), or access/deaccess code (up to 8 digits). Press Toggle Light/Enter and Parameter Transfer But- ton to accept.

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    SPM Dis- SPM Browse Menu To Edit play Item Edit Phone Access / Press to enter into edit Deaccess Code mode. to erase unwanted digits. Enter new code. Edit PTT ID Press to enter into edit mode. to erase unwanted digits. Edit Acknowledge- Enter new ID.

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    We thank you for purchasing our Motorola radios. These radios are manufactured according to the highest quality standards set and are backed by Motorola’s two (2) year warranty. The rechargeable Motorola supplied batteries have a one (1) year warranty. Kindly approach your dealer for more information.

  • Page 7

    1. On / Off and Volume Knob 13. Mode / Backspace Button 2. Selector Knob 14. Left Scroll / Offset Button 3. Antenna Connector 15. Right Scroll / Memory Button 4. Toggle Light / Enter and Parameter 16. Accessory Connector Transfer Button 5.

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    Copyright Information The Motorola products described in this manual may include copyrighted Motorola computer programs stored in semiconductor memories or other mediums. Laws in the United States and other countries pre- serve for Motorola certain exclusive rights for copy- righted computer programs, including the exclusive right to copy or reproduce in any form the copyrighted computer program.

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Introduction ......2 Packing Information ..... 3 Knobs, Buttons, Connectors and Others .

  • Page 10: Introduction

    All of these features provide for better, yet more cost effective communications for you. Coverage of this User Guide This user guide describes the operation of the AP 73 portable radios. 2-Year Warranty...

  • Page 11: Packing Information

    Packing Information Packing Information When you receive your packaged Motorola radio, inspect the shipping carton for any signs of damage. Next, remove and check the contents of the packing case to be sure that all items ordered have been included...

  • Page 12: Knobs, Buttons, Connectors And Others

    Knobs, Buttons, Connectors and Others Knobs, Buttons, Connectors and Others NOTE The numbers in brackets below refer to the loca- tions of the control buttons, knobs, etc. as shown in the illustration on the inside front cover. On / Off and Volume Knob (1) Turns the radio on and off and adjusts the volume level.

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    Knobs, Buttons, Connectors and Others Push-To-Talk (PTT) Button (6) Push to talk, release to listen. Press and hold when making DTMF dialling. Signal Button (7) , Toggles between Carrier , Coded (PL / DPL), and Signalling Squelch modes. DTMF (Dual Tone Multiple Frequencies) digit ‘A’. Squelch / PL Button (8) , Selects Carrier Squelch level.

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    Knobs, Buttons, Connectors and Others Speaker (12) Used in the process of receiving messages. Mode / Backspace Button (13) , Toggles between Mhz / Memory modes. When editing phone numbers and IDs, this key acts as a backspace (rub-out) key. Left Scroll / Offset Button (14) , Selects the TX (repeater) offset frequency type.

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    Knobs, Buttons, Connectors and Others Numeric Keypad (19) Used to enter the frequency (MHz mode), phone number or phone number location. Used for numeric data entry during parameter changing session. DTMF digits ‘0’ to ‘9’. Enable / Disable PTT ID Key (20) , Enables / disables PTT ID (long press).

  • Page 16: Getting Started

    Getting Started Getting Started Attaching and Removing the Antenna Attaching Fasten the antenna to the radio by placing the threaded end of the antenna into the Antenna Con- nector (3). Rotate the antenna clockwise until tight. Removing • Turn the antenna in an anti-clockwise direction until it disengages from the radio.

  • Page 17

    Getting Started Removing Release the Battery Latches (23). Slide the Battery Pack (22) away from the radio. Charging NiCd Battery Pack Before using your radio with a rechargeable (NiCd) battery, you must charge the battery. WARNING DO NOT attempt to charge your radio if you are using alkaline batteries.

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    Getting Started Charging your Battery for the FIRST time New batteries are supplied in a totally uncharged state. To ensure maximum battery performance, a new battery MUST be FULLY charged. Refer to the fol- lowing table for guidelines. Table 1: Length of time required to fully charge a new battery Standard High...

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    Getting Started Charging your Battery Subsequently Refer to the following table for guidelines on recharg- ing your batteries. Table 2: Length of time required to fully recharge a used battery Standard High Capacity Capacity NiCd Battery NiCd Battery Pack Pack Wall Charger (with/ 10 hours 20 hours...

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    Getting Started If not using the Charger Base: Lift the dust cover covering the Accessory Connec- tor (16). Insert one end of the Wall Charger into the lower port of the Accessory Connector (16), and the other into an electrical outlet. If using the Charger Base: Insert the radio / battery into the charging docket.

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    Getting Started Insert the radio / battery into the charging docket. If using the Quick Charge Desktop Charger: Press the Quick Charge button. Refer to Table 1 and 2 on pages 10 and 11 for an estimation of the duration involved for charging the battery pack.

  • Page 22: Basic Operations, Turning The Radio On, Turning The Radio Off, Adjusting The Volume

    Basic Operations Basic Operations Turning the Radio On • Rotate the On / Off and Volume Knob (1) clock- wise to turn the radio on. Turning the Radio Off • Rotate the On / Off and Volume Knob (1) anti- clockwise until a click is heard to turn the radio off.

  • Page 23: Transmitting A Message

    Basic Operations Transmitting a Message Select the desired channel or frequency (see “MHz Mode Operations” and “Memory Mode Operations” on pages 25 and 31). Press and hold the Monitor Button (5), and listen for channel activity. NOTE If the selected channel is in Carrier squelch mode - CTCSS indicator is not displayed on the LCD Screen (18) , you can skip step .

  • Page 24: Receiving A Message

    Basic Operations IMPORTANT Whenever you transmit a message, you are using the resources of the transmitting channel. Speaking for long periods of time would deprive others from using that channel. NOTE The maximum duration for transmission is deter- mined by the value of the Time-Out-Timer (see “Editing Time Out Timer”...

  • Page 25: Additional Operations

    Additional Operations Additional Operations Display Backlight • Press the Toggle Light / Enter and Parameter Transfer Button (4) to turn on / off the backlight. NOTE To conserve power, the backlight is programmed to automatically turn off after 5 seconds. NOTE Pressing either the Push-To-Talk (PTT) Button (6) or the Monitor Button (5) has no effect on the back-...

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    Additional Operations Locking / Unlocking the Radio’s Function Locking the radio will disable all buttons except the Toggle Light / Enter and Parameter Transfer Button (4) , Monitor Button (5) , Push-To-Talk (PTT) Button (6) and . Pressing a locked button will result being shown on the LCD Screen (18) .

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    Additional Operations NOTE To perform Signalling Squelch (SelCall ) operation, the radio must be equipped with an optional DTMF Decode board . To temporarily override the default receive squelch mode for the channel: • Press to change between Carrier (CSQ), Coded (PL /DPL) and Signalling (SelCall) squelch modes.

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    Additional Operations NOTE Using this procedure in Memory mode to switch from one squelch mode to the other, does not affect the default squelch mode for the channel. Each time you turn the radio off and on again, or when you switch to another channel and back again, the radio reverts back to its default squelch mode.

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    Additional Operations NOTE If you reach the upper (‘15’) or lower (‘00’) limit of the squelch range, the squelch level does NOT wrap around to the opposite limit but remains where it is. Selecting The Receive PL / DPL Squelch Code NOTE Receive PL / DPL squelch code selection can only be done in MHz mode.

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    Additional Operations Selecting A Transmit PL / DPL Squelch Code There are 126 different Transmit PL / DPL codes avail- able, numbered from 001 to 126 (see “Receive And Transmit PL / DPL Code Tables” on page 23). NOTE Transmit PL / DPL code ‘000’ represents Carrier squelch.

  • Page 31: Receive And Transmit Pl / Dpl Code Tables

    Receive And Transmit PL / DPL Code Tables Receive And Transmit PL / DPL Code Tables When selecting a Receive or Transmit PL / DPL code (see “Selecting The Receive PL / DPL Squelch Code” on page 21 and “Selecting A Transmit PL / DPL Squelch Code”...

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    Receive And Transmit PL / DPL Code Tables rPL.xxx EQUIV. rPL.xxx EQUIV. tPL.xxx DPL CODE tPL.xxx DPL CODE 2-Year Warranty...

  • Page 33: Mhz Mode Operations

    MHz Mode Operations MHz Mode Operations In the MHz mode the radio displays the selected receive frequency by its MHz designation. You can scroll through all legitimate frequencies from the low- est end to the highest end of the band. Selecting MHz Mode If the LCD Screen (18) is displaying a channel number, this means that the radio is currently operating in...

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    MHz Mode Operations Rotate the Selector Knob (2) to the desired fre- quency step size. Momentarily press Toggle Light / Enter and Param- eter Transfer Button (4) (or any button) to save this frequency step size and return to normal opera- tion.

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    MHz Mode Operations NOTE If an invalid number is pressed, the valid number nearest to this number is shown. This ensures that selected frequency is within the allowed frequency band. Please also note that valid frequencies are also dependent on the frequency step size (see “Selecting the Frequency Step Size”...

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    MHz Mode Operations Selecting The TX Offset For the AP 73, the transmit frequency can be the same as the receive frequency (no offset), or having a stan- dard positive or negative offset, or it can be a user- defined TX frequency.

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    MHz Mode Operations Press the Toggle Light / Enter and Parame- ter Transfer Button (4) to accepts the TX fre- quency and return to normal operation. (ii) Through The Selector Knob (2) Rotate the Selector Knob (2) to the desired user-defined TX frequency.

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    MHz Mode Operations IMPORTANT The radio automatically exits this mode after 5 sec- onds of inactivity. Partially entered frequency is NOT stored. NOTE When receiving, the radio displays the selected RX frequency whereas when transmitting, it displays the selected TX frequency. 2-Year Warranty...

  • Page 39: Memory Mode Operations

    Memory Mode Operations Memory Mode Operations In the Memory mode, the radio operates on the selected memory channel and the LCD Screen (18) displays xxx (where xxx represents the selected channel number). For example, channel 08 is dis- played as follows: Selecting Memory Mode If the LCD Screen (18) is displaying a frequency num- ber, this means that the radio is currently operating in...

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    Memory Mode Operations Programming A Memory Channel There are 20 memory channels available. Each mem- ory channel consists of a receive / transmit frequency pair, the type of TX offset and the offset frequency. NOTE Channels 19 and 20 are normally used to store the frequency limits for Programmable Band Scan operation (see “Programmable Band Scan”...

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    Memory Mode Operations NOTE The radio remains in MHz mode after successful programming of the channel. CAUTION If the selected memory channel was already pro- grammed (channel number lit continuously), the new frequency information overwrites the previous information. Loading A Memory Channel The data of a memory channel (receive and transmit frequencies, TX offset type and offset frequency) can be copied over into the MHz mode.

  • Page 42: Scan Operations, Programmable Band Scan

    Scan Operations Scan Operations Scan operation tells the radio to monitor a number of frequencies or channels. When there are some activi- ties at a particular frequency or channel, the radio stops scanning and changes to that frequency or channel. Scan modes supported by the radio are: (i) Programmable Band scan (MHz mode) (ii) Memory Channel scan (Memory mode)

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    Scan Operations SCAN Press to begin scanning the preprogrammed N-DEL frequency range. NOTE The frequency range is scanned according to the frequencies specified in channels 19 and 20, and the selected frequency step size. If the operating fre- quency before scanning starts is within the scan range, the radio starts scanning from that fre- quency, otherwise, it starts from the frequency specified by memory channel 19 (or the lowest fre-...

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    Scan Operations NOTE Pressing Push-To-Talk (PTT) Button (6) , a digit on the numeric keypad, also ends the scanning. NOTE The ‘SCAN’ indicator turns off when scanning is terminated and the radio displays the frequency where scanning stopped. IMPORTANT If both memory channels are left blank (unpro- grammed), the radio scans the entire frequency band.

  • Page 45: Memory Channel Scan

    Scan Operations Memory Channel Scan In the Memory mode, the radio scans all programmed memory channels that are also in the channel scan list. NOTE The scan list is edited using the Special Program- ming mode (see “Special Programming Mode (SPM)”...

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    Scan Operations NOTE The radio scans through all channels in the prepro- grammed scan list. If activity is detected, the radio stops scanning and stays on the active channel. The ‘SCAN’ indicator remains on, and you will hear the conversation, provided the PL/DPL code (if required) is correct.

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    Scan Operations NOTE Two medium-pitched “beeps” are sounded indicat- ing the radio has temporary removed the Nuisance Channel from its scan list. IMPORTANT To add a deleted nuisance channel back into the scan list, exit and reenter the scan function or restart the radio.

  • Page 48: Dtmf Telephone Interconnect

    DTMF Telephone Interconnect DTMF Telephone Interconnect Dual Tone Multiple Frequency (DTMF) tones are encoded by the radio to dial into ( access ) the landline telephone network and return ( deaccess) to conven- tional radio operation. Once the telephone network has been accessed, phone numbers can be dialled either manually or from memory.

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    DTMF Telephone Interconnect To hang up: Press and hold the Push-To-Talk (PTT) Button (6). Manually dial the deaccess code or press then to send the preprogrammed deaccess code. Last Number Redial Manually dialled phone numbers (up to 16 digits long) are stored in numeric location ‘0’...

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    DTMF Telephone Interconnect Press and hold until you hear a second Valid Button Press tone (takes about 2 seconds). (flashing cursor) Enter a phone number location (in the range of 1 to 9) to store a phone number or press to store the access code or to store the deacess code.

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    DTMF Telephone Interconnect NOTE All undefined digits are represented by underscores on the LCD Screen (18) . A flashing ‘_’ indicates the position for the next number entry. If you reach the maximum number of entries, the cursor position is under the last digit.

  • Page 52: Voice Selective Call (optional)

    Voice Selective Call (Optional) Voice Selective Call (Optional) To support Voice Selective Call (SelCall) operation, the radio must be equipped with an optional DTMF Decode board. NOTE For more information about the availability of this option, contact your dealer. If your radio is equipped with the Voice Selective Call option, your radio can be called individually by another user, or as part of a small group.

  • Page 53

    Voice Selective Call (Optional) programmed (see “Edit Selective Call IDs” on page 52). When the radio decodes a Voice Selective Call, it enters the carrier squelch mode for a period of time. If there is no receive activity, the radio resumes the selected squelch mode and the LCD Screen (18) reverts to the appropriate receive mode display.

  • Page 54: Special Programming Mode (spm)

    Special Programming Mode (SPM) Special Programming Mode (SPM) The Special Programming mode (SPM) allows you to edit all user-modifiable parameters within your radio, such as the Channel Scan list , Phone Access / Deac- cess codes , and Alert Tone Settings . Certain parame- ters (such as the Selective Call Tone Status ) are only accessible with the installation of an option board.

  • Page 55: Spm Browse Menu

    Special Programming Mode (SPM) SPM Browse Menu (Anti-Clockwise Rotation) (Clockwise “Beep” Rotation) FIRST ITEM Edit Channel Scan List Set Accessory Option Erase Single Channel Set Battery Type Edit Phone Access Code Set Battery Saver Status Edit Phone Deaccess Code Alert Tone Volume Edit PTT ID Set Sidetone Status §...

  • Page 56: Editing Spm Parameters

    Special Programming Mode (SPM) Editing SPM Parameters Editing the Channel Scan List In SPM, rotate the Selector Knob (2) to select the Edit Channel Scan List ( ) menu item. to scroll through the channels (01 to 20). NOTE The channel scan list does not wrap around to the opposite end of the list.

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    Special Programming Mode (SPM) NOTE A flashing channel number indicates that the chan- nel is unprogrammed (erased). Press Toggle Light / Enter and Parameter Transfer Button (4) to erase a programmed channel (non- flashing channel numbers). NOTE A valid keypress tone sounds when the channel has successfully erased.

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    Special Programming Mode (SPM) NOTE The LCD Screen (18) shows the new digits as they are being entered. When the cursor is flashing under a digit, the maximum number has been entered. Use to scroll through the exist- ing code and to erase unwanted digits.

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    Special Programming Mode (SPM) NOTE The LCD Screen (18) displays the current pro- grammed PTT ID. For an PTT ID which exceeds the 6-digit display length, the rightmost digit flashes to indicate that more digits exist on the right. Enter the new PTT ID (up to 8 digits) using any of the numeric keys, A, B, C, D,* and #.

  • Page 60

    Special Programming Mode (SPM) Edit Selective Call IDs NOTE The radio must be equipped with a option DTMF Decode board to support the Selective Call Opera- tion. In SPM, rotate the Selector Knob (2) to the Acknowledgment ID ( ) or Individual Call ID ) or Group Call ID ( ) or All Call ID ) menu.

  • Page 61

    Special Programming Mode (SPM) NOTE A Valid Button Press tone sounds when the new setting is stored. To abort data entry, select another menu item by turning the Selector Knob (2) or wait until the edit mode time-out (after 5 seconds of inactivity). Editing Time Out Timer In SPM, rotate the Selector Knob (2) to the Edit Time Out Timer (...

  • Page 62

    Special Programming Mode (SPM) Selective Call alert tones give an audible indication of receipt of a Voice Selective Call ( SelCall ). If disabled, the alert tones do not sound when Voice Selective Call messages are received by the radio. NOTE Setting the Alert Tone Volume to off disables all tones regardless of the setting of this parameter...

  • Page 63

    Special Programming Mode (SPM) Setting the Alert Tone Volume In SPM, rotate the Selector Knob (2) to the Alert Tone Volume ( ) menu. to toggle between On and Off. NOTE When is chosen, the alert tone volume fol- lows the volume control setting (see “Adjusting the Volume”...

  • Page 64

    Special Programming Mode (SPM) NOTE The Battery Saver feature is not active during chan- nel scanning, when the Push-To-Talk (PTT) Button (6) is pressed, or when the radio is receiving a sig- nal. Setting the Battery Type In SPM, rotate the Selector Knob (2) to the Set Battery Type ( - Alkaline (standard battery) - NiCd (rechargeable battery)) menu.

  • Page 65

    Special Programming Mode (SPM) CAUTION The new setting is stored immediately. To exit this menu, select another menu item by turning the Selector Knob (2). NOTE When Autosense is selected, the radio checks the accessory jack to see what type of accessory is connected.

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    Special Programming Mode (SPM) NOTE The Factory Reset feature does not clear the IDs or access / deaccess codes. In SPM, press and hold Push-To-Talk (PTT) But- ton (6) while keying sequence. NOTE As the sequence is entered, the LCD Screen (18) (which is initially cleared) displays an for each digit entered.

  • Page 67: Lcd Segments And Indicators

    LCD Segments and Indicators LCD Segments and Indicators LOW CTCSS BATT SCAN SAVE SIGNAL Indicators TX - Lights up when radio is transmitting. LOW - Lights up when radio is in low transmit power mode. CTCSS - Lights up continuously for Coded Squelch mode;...

  • Page 68: Alert Tone Indicators

    Alert Tone Indicators Alert Tone Indicators Successful Power-Up A short, high-pitched tone when the radio is turned on indicates that the radio has passed its power-up self- test and is ready for use. Unsuccessful Power-Up A short, low-pitched tone immediately following the Successful Power-Up tone indicates that the radio has detected an error and has failed to power-up properly.

  • Page 69

    Alert Tone Indicators Individual Selective Call Decode Two short ringing tones indicate that an Individual Selective Call has been decoded by the radio. The radio automatically sends an Acknowledgment ID . Acknowledgment ID Decode A short ringing tone indicates that a correct Acknowl- edgment ID has been decoded by the radio.

  • Page 70: Information For Safe, Efficient Operation

    Those guidelines are consistent with the safety stan- dards* previously set by both U.S. and international standards bodies. The design of your Motorola two- way radio complies with the FCC guidelines and these standards. *American National Standards Institute (C95.1 - 1992);...

  • Page 71

    Information For Safe, Efficient Operation Electromagnetic Interference/compatibility Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to elec- tromagnetic interference (EMI) inadequately shielded, designed or otherwise configured for electro- magnetic compatibility. • Turn your radio OFF in any facilities where posted notices instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.

  • Page 72

    Information For Safe, Efficient Operation would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle engine. WARNING • Turn your radio OFF when in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere, unless it is a type especially qualified for such use (for exam- ple, FMRC Approved).

  • Page 73: Recycling / Disposal Of Nicd Batteries

    Motorola fully endorses and encourages the recycling of NiCd batteries. The following is a list of recycling facilities around the world, where you can ship your...

  • Page 74

    EPA for specific legal require- ments and for recycling options in your area. Motorola, as a responsible corporate citizen, has always been concerned with the protection of the envi- ronment. Please feel free to call our toll-free number,1- 800-422-4210, for further battery information.

  • Page 75: Licensing & Service Information

    If your radio fails to operate or any operational difficulties arise, contact your local Motorola dealer. Proper repair and maintenance procedures assure efficient operation and long life for this radio.

  • Page 76: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Radio is dead. Possible Problem (1): Batteries may be dead (alkaline) or not properly charged (NiCd). Solution :If the display does not light, or the ‘BATT’ indicator flashes on and off, you should replace the alkaline batteries, or if you are using NiCd batteries, recharge them.

  • Page 77

    Troubleshooting Possible Problem (3): The battery life is based on a duty cycle where the radio is transmitting 5%, receiving 5%, and in standby mode 90% of the time. Usage that differs from this will change the typical battery life expect- ancy accordingly.

  • Page 78

    Troubleshooting Radio will not talk to other radios in system. Possible Problem (1): Radios may be on different fre- quencies, having different Coded Squelch Codes. Solution :Verify that frequencies and Coded Squelch Codes are the same for all radios in your talk group. Hearing other conversations or noise on your radio.

  • Page 79

    Troubleshooting Possible Problem (2): Operating the radio while it is close to your body (i.e. in a pocket or on a belt) and while you are using audio acces- sories decreases its range because of the shielding effect of your body. Solution :The higher the radio is held, the better the talk range.

  • Page 80

    Possible Problem (1): The radio may need to be repaired. Solution :If the unit is still under warranty, return it to the place of purchase for repairs, or contact your nearest Motorola dealer listed in your local yellow pages. 2-Year Warranty...

  • Page 81: Accessories

    Accessories Accessories NOTE Please note that all accessories may not be avail- able in all markets. Contact your dealer for more information. Battery & Charging Accessories: HTN8232_ 110V - Standard Charging Adapter (Wall) HTN9002_ 220V - Standard Euro Charging Adapter (Wall) PMLN4097_ Alkaline Battery Case...

  • Page 82

    Accessories Audio & Signalling Accessories for all models: HMN9787_ Light Weight Headset with Swivel Boom Mic (w/out VOX) BDN6647_ Medium Weight Headset with Swivel Boom Mic (w/out VOX) BDN6706_ Ear Microphone with VOX interface (VOX included) HMN9725_ Remote Speaker Microphone HMN9036_ Earbud with Clip Microphone and PTT HLN9132_...

  • Page 83: Limited Warranty

    MOTOROLA. 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 84: Radio Specifications

    Radio Specifications Radio Specifications General Frequency: 144 - 146 MHz 430 - 432 MHz Channel Capacity: 20 Channels Power Supply: 7.5 Volt +/- 20% Dimensions with Standard Capacity NiCd Bat- 130mm x 57mm x 29.5mm tery: with High Capacity NiCd Battery/Alka- 156mm x 57mm x 29.5mm line Batteries: Weight:...

  • Page 85

    Radio Specifications Intermodulation EIA: -65 dB -60 dB Freq. Stability 0.0005% (-30˚C to +60˚C): RF Image Rejection: -65 dB -60 dB Audio Output @ <5% Distortion: 500 mW (7.5V / room temperature) Transmitter RF Output High High Ni-Cad @ 7.5V: Frequency: 144-146 MHz 430-432 MHz...

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