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    EX600 EX600 User Guide Guide de l´usager...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Radio Overview ....15 Removing the Antenna ... . 29 Parts of the Radio EX600™ Model ..15 Attaching the Side Connector Cover . . 30 On/Off/Volume Knob .

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Adjusting the Volume ....31 To Add or Delete Channels in a Selecting a Zone....31 Scan List .

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    Motorola. Furthermore, the purchase of Motorola products shall not be deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license under the copyrights, patents or patent...

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    Notes English...

  • Page 7: Safety, Safety And General Information, Characteristics, Exposure

    RF energy. PORTABLE RADIO OPERATION SAFETY AND GENERAL AND EME EXPOSURE INFORMATION Your Motorola radio is designed to comply with IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON SAFE AND the following national and international EFFICIENT OPERATION standards and guidelines regarding exposure...

  • Page 8: Two-way Radio Operation, Body-worn Operation

    - Human Exposure) Standard 1999 exceed FCC RF exposure guidelines. If you (applicable to wireless phones only) do not use a Motorola approved body-worn accessory and are not using the radio in To assure optimal radio performance and the intended use positions along side of the...

  • Page 9: Antenna Care, Approved Accessories, Electromagnetic Interference/compatibility, Facilities, Aircraft, Medical Devices

    Any use of a radio Approved Accessories must be in accordance with applicable regulations per airline crew instructions. For a list of approved Motorola accessories look in the appendix or accessory section of Medical Devices your radio’s User Guide.

  • Page 10: Safety And General, Operational Warnings

    Persons with pacemakers should: may be able to assist you in obtaining this information. • ALWAYS keep the radio more than 6 inches (15 centimeters) from their SAFETY AND GENERAL pacemaker when the radio is turned Use While Driving Check the laws and regulations on the use of •...

  • Page 11: Operational Cautions

    with great force and cause serious injury to BLASTING CAPS AND AREAS occupants of the vehicle. To avoid possible interference with blasting operations, turn off your radio when you are near electrical blasting caps, in a blasting area, POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES or in areas posted: "Turn off two-way radio.”...

  • Page 12: Intrinsically Safe Radio Information, Fmrc Approved Equipment

    INTRINSICALLY SAFE RADIO housing. The FM Approval mark is shown below: INFORMATION FMRC Approved Equipment Anyone intending to use a radio in a location APPROVED where hazardous concentrations of flammable WARNINGS material exist (hazardous atmosphere) is advised to become familiar with the subject of •...

  • Page 13: Repair Of Fmrc Approved Products

    WITH FMRC APPROVAL ARE THE sphere capability and FM Approval labeling. RESPONSIBILITY OF THE USER. Radios will not be “upgraded” to this capa- You should not repair or relabel any Motorola- bility and labeled in the field. manufactured communication equipment •...

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    with the current FMRC Approval standard for Items not considered as repairs are those in repairs and service (“Class Number 3605”). which an action is performed on a unit which does not require the outer casing of the unit to You may want to consider using a repair facility be opened in a manner which exposes the that operates under 3605 repair service approval.

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    Do Not Substitute Options or Accessories The Motorola communications equipment certified by Factory Mutual is tested as a system and consists of the FM Approved portable, FM Approved battery, and FM Approved accessories or options, or both. This FM Approved portable and battery combination must be strictly observed.

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    Notes English...

  • Page 17: Radio Overview, Parts Of The Radio Ex600™ Model

    RADIO OVERVIEW PARTS OF THE RADIO ™ EX600 Model Channel Selector Knob Top Button (programmable) On/Off/Volume Knob LED Indicator Push-to-Talk (PTT) Microphone Button Side Button 1 LCD Screen (programmable) Menu Keys P1, P2, P3 Keys Side Button 2 (programmable) (programmable)

  • Page 18: On/off/volume Knob, Channel Selector Knob, Push-to-talk (ptt) Button, Microphone, Led Indicator, Programmable Buttons

    On/Off/Volume Knob Programmable Buttons Turns the radio on or off, and adjusts the Several of the radio’s buttons can be radio’s volume. programmed as short-cut buttons for many of the radio’s features. Programmable buttons Channel Selector Knob include: • top button Switches the radio to different channels.

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    Function Indicator Short Press Long Press Hold Down Page Button Emergency Initiate Emergency Cancel Emergency — (Top button only) Alert. status. Turn monitor Continually monitor Monitor — — function off. selected channel. Sound a tone for Volume Set — — —...

  • Page 20: Indicator Tones, Menu Keys

    Function Indicator Short Press Long Press Hold Down Page Button Toggle squelch level between Tight and Squelch — — † Normal. † Phone Access Phone Mode. — † Speed Dial — Access your phone list. — † Radio Call — Make a radio call.

  • Page 21: Keypad Keys

    Menu/Select Key Keypad Keys Used to enter Menu Mode. When in Menu 1 2 3 Mode, this key is also used to make menu selections. 4 5 6 Exit Key 7 8 9 Used to move to the previous Menu level (short * 0 # press) or to exit Menu Mode (long press).

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    Entering Characters Using the Keypad Number of Times Key is Pressed < > & Á Ç à á ç È É Ê è é ê Í ì í Ñ Ó Ô ò ó ô ö Ú ù ú Blank ’ ”...

  • Page 23: Lcd Screen

    LCD Screen Symbol Indication An Emergency Alert is being sent. Emergency A Selective Call or Call Call Received Alert has been received. Call Received The Scan feature has The top two screen rows display menu and been activated. Also, radio status information: during Scan, indicates that Scan there is some activity on a...

  • Page 24: Buttons

    AUDIO INDICATORS FOR Symbol Indication PROGRAMMABLE BUTTONS A Program List is being edited. High-Low Tone Programming Mode The keypad is locked. Low-High Tone Keypad Lock The more bars, the In addition to having visual indicators, some stronger the signal being Signal Strength received.

  • Page 25: Improved Audio Features, Low Level Expansion (lle), Companding (x-pand)

    IMPROVED AUDIO FEATURES Low Level Expansion (LLE) The LLE feature of your radio improves voice quality by reducing unwanted background noise when receiving a message. It is compatible with most major types of audio processing systems available today. Companding (X-Pand) Companding is a feature that allows further improvement of voice quality.

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    Notes English...

  • Page 27: Getting Started, Battery Information, Battery Care And Tips

    Charging a hot battery (above 95°F BATTERY INFORMATION [35°C]) results in reduced discharge capacity, affecting the performance of Battery Care and Tips the radio. Motorola rapid-rate battery This product is powered by a rechargeable chargers contain a temperature- battery. sensing circuit to ensure that the...

  • Page 28: Charging Your Battery

    LED color Battery/Charger Status • For optimum battery life and operation No LED Indication Battery inserted use only Motorola brand chargers. incorrectly. They were designed to operate as an Single flash of Successful charger power- integrated energy system. Green Charging your Battery...

  • Page 29: Battery Charge Status

    Battery Charge Status Battery chargers will only charge the Motorola authorized batteries listed below; other You can check battery charge status by holding batteries may not charge. down the preprogrammed Battery Gauge button (see page 17). The charge status is Part No.

  • Page 30: Accessory Information, Attaching The Battery, Removing The Battery

    ACCESSORY INFORMATION Removing the Battery Attaching the Battery Battery Latches 1 Fit the extensions at the bottom of the battery 1 Turn off the radio (see page 30). into the slots at the bottom of the radio. 2 Slide the battery latches, on both sides of the 2 Press the top part of the battery towards the battery, downwards.

  • Page 31: Attaching The Antenna, Removing The Antenna

    Attaching the Antenna Removing the Antenna 1 Align the threaded end of the antenna with the radio’s antenna connector. 1 Turn the antenna counterclockwise to remove 2 Turn the antenna clockwise to attach it. English...

  • Page 32: Attaching The Side Connector Cover, Turning The Radio On Or Off

    Attaching the Side Connector Cover TURNING THE RADIO ON OR OFF Antenna Loop Slot Thumbscrew 1 Place the loop (attached to the side connector Turn the On/Off/Volume (see page 15) knob cover) over the antenna; then slide it down- clockwise to turn on the radio. You will hear ward until it touches the top of the radio.

  • Page 33: Adjusting The Volume, Selecting A Zone

    ADJUSTING THE VOLUME To select a zone: to enter Menu Mode. Press and hold the Volume Set button (see page 17); you will hear a continuous Z Z Z Z o o o o n n n n e e e e until tone.

  • Page 34: Selecting A Radio Channel, Sending A Call, Receiving A Call

    Note: Due to government regulations, some page 15) to select to the desired channels may not be programmed. Ask channel. your Motorola Representative for more Press the PTT button (see page 15), information. and speak clearly with your mouth about 2.5 to 5 cm (one to two inches) away...

  • Page 35: Radio Calls, Making A Selective Call, Receiving A Selective Call

    RADIO CALLS Press the PTT button to send the call. The radio sounds a continuous tone. MAKING A SELECTIVE CALL Press the PTT button and talk; release the You can make a selective call to a particular PTT button to listen. radio or group of radios, provided the signalling protocol supports it.

  • Page 36: Sending A Call Alert, Receiving A Call Alert

    SENDING A CALL ALERT PAGE If the Call Alert page is received, A A A A c c c c k k k k n n n n o o o o w w w w l l l l e e e e d d d d g g g g e e e e You can alert another person by sending a Call you will see Alert page.

  • Page 37: Radio Check, Sending An Emergency Alert

    RADIO CHECK Press the PTT button. This feature allows you to determine if a radio C C C C a a a a l l l l l l l l I I I I n n n n P P P P r r r r o o o o g g g g you will see is within range without disturbing the user of the receiving radio.

  • Page 38: Editing A Radio Call List

    An Emergency Alert can be programmed to do to enter Menu Mode. one of the following: show E and sound a tone • P P P P r r r r o o o o g g g g r r r r a a a a m m m m L L L L i i i i s s s s t t t t s s s s until –or–...

  • Page 39: Setting Tight Or Normal Squelch

    REPEATER OR TALKAROUND J R R R R p p p p t t t t r r r r / / / / T T T T a a a a l l l l k k k k a a a a r r r r n n n n d d d d to select MODE R R R R e e e e p p p p e e e e a a a a t t t t e e e e r r r r M M M M o o o o d d d d e e e e...

  • Page 40: Setting The Power Level

    weak, the transmit level will be set to high, U U U U t t t t i i i i l l l l i i i i t t t t i i i i e e e e s s s s until and vice-versa.

  • Page 41: Name And Call Tone Tagging

    NAME AND CALL TONE TAGGING P P P P o o o o w w w w e e e e r r r r H H H H i i i i g g g g h h h h ? ? ? ? until You can program your radio to sound a P P P P o o o o w w w w e e e e r r r r L L L L o o o o w w w w ? ? ? ?

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    to confirm the selection. until you see and hear the tone you want to use for this name. until you see and hear the tone you want to use for this type of call. to confirm the selection. N N N N a a a a m m m m e e e e T T T T a a a a g g g g S S S S e e e e t t t t You will see to confirm the selection.

  • Page 43: Scan, Starting Or Stopping Scan, Talkback

    Sixteen different channels can be programmed into Do the following: each scan list by your Motorola Representative. Your radio will automatically to enter Menu Mode. switch to a scan list channel when it detects S S S S y y y y s s s s t t t t e e e e m m m m S S S S c c c c a a a a n n n n activity on it.

  • Page 44: Deleting A Nuisance Channel, Scan List, Editing A Scan List

    DELETING A NUISANCE CHANNEL EDITING A SCAN LIST If a channel continually generates unwanted calls A scan list is a group of up to 16 channels. or noise (a “nuisance” channel), use the Scan Each position on the Channel Selector knob button to temporarily delete the channel from the can have a scan list assigned to it.

  • Page 45: Scan List, Prioritizing A Channel In A Scan List

    To Add or Delete Channels in a Scan List 10 If you added a channel, E E E E n n n n t t t t r r r r y y y y S S S S a a a a v v v v e e e e d d d d you will see to enter Menu Mode.

  • Page 46: Setting Priority Channels

    E E E E d d d d i i i i t t t t P P P P r r r r i i i i o o o o r r r r i i i i t t t t y y y y ? ? ? ? Priority Channel Scanning Sequence until...

  • Page 47: Phone, Making A Phone Call

    (Ask your When you hear a dial tone: Motorola Representative for more details.) Enter the phone number using the keypad. After completing a call, your radio must send a –or–...

  • Page 48: Modifying The Phone List

    Note: To redial the last number dialed (if not to return to P P P P h h h h o o o o n n n n e e e e using Speed Dial), press and release the –or– PTT button.

  • Page 49: To Delete An Entry

    P P P P h h h h o o o o n n n n e e e e L L L L i i i i s s s s t t t t A A A A d d d d d d d d E E E E n n n n t t t t r r r r y y y y ? ? ? ? to select to return to –or–...

  • Page 50: To Edit An Entry

    to select the entry. until you see the entry you want to edit. D D D D e e e e l l l l e e e e t t t t e e e e ? ? ? ? you will see again to confirm the deletion.

  • Page 51: Audio/tone Settings

    AUDIO/TONE SETTINGS until you see the feature you want to change (see the table below). You can customize the audio and tone feature to select the feature. You will see the settings on your radio by: feature’s current setting. to enter Menu Mode. for available settings.

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    Audio/Tone Settings (Continued) Feature What it Does Settings Call Tone Tag Assigns a specific tone when receiving a specific type of Standard radio call (see page 39 for details). Alert #1 – #7 Escalert Increases the volume of the alarm tones when a call is Escalert On not answered.

  • Page 53: Utilities

    UTILITIES until you see the feature you want to change (see table below). You can customize some of your radio’s to select the feature. You will see the features by: feature’s current setting. to enter Menu Mode. for available settings. U U U U t t t t i i i i l l l l i i i i t t t t i i i i e e e e s s s s until to select the desired setting.

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    Utilities Features (continued) Feature What it Does Settings Clock Sets the time, or turns the clock on or off (see page 53). Clock On Clock Off Set Time? Reminder Sets the alarm, or turns it on or off (see page 53). Alarm On Alarm Alarm Off...

  • Page 55: Setting The Time

    SETTING THE TIME 8 When a setting is blinking, you can change it with To set the time: Hour 3:05 PM to enter Menu Mode. (AM or PM) Minutes (AM/PM or 24 hr) U U U U t t t t i i i i l l l l i i i i t t t t i i i i e e e e s s s s until R R R R e e e e m m m m i i i i n n n n d d d d e e e e r r r r Note: You cannot select “24 hr”...

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    Notes English...

  • Page 57: Warranty, Limited Warranty

    One (1) Year the Product with any ancillary equipment, and all such equipment is expressly excluded from this Motorola, at its option, will at no charge either warranty. Because each system which may use repair the Product (with new or reconditioned...

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    INCONVENIENCE, COMMERCIAL LOSS, LOST authorized warranty service location. Warranty PROFITS OR SAVINGS OR OTHER service will be provided by Motorola through one INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL of its authorized warranty service locations. If you DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR first contact the company which sold you the...

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    VI. PATENT AND SOFTWARE PROVISIONS: supplied equipment) which adversely affect performance of the Product or interfere with MOTOROLA will defend, at its own expense, any Motorola's normal warranty inspection and suit brought against the end user purchaser to testing of the Product to verify any warranty the extent that it is based on a claim that the claim.

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    MOTOROLA with such claim; respect to infringement of patents by the Product B) that MOTOROLA will have sole control of the or any parts thereof. defense of such suit and all negotiations for Laws in the United States and other countries its settlement or compromise;...

  • Page 61: Accessories, Carry Cases, Audio Accessories, Batteries, Chargers

    CARRY CASES Note: You must use the “C” version multi-charger or HLN9985 Waterproof Bag newer to be compatible with the EX600 model. JMZN4020 Radio Handstrap JMZN4023 Plastic Carry Holder with Swivel Belt Clip AUDIO ACCESSORIES JMMN4062 2 Wire Surveillance Earpiece.

  • Page 62: Antennas

    ANTENNAS PMAD4012 VHF 136-155 MHz, 9cm, Stubby PMAD4013 VHF 155-174 MHz, 9cm, Stubby PMAD4014 VHF 136-155 MHz, 14cm, Standard PMAD4015 VHF 155-174 MHz, 14cm, Standard PMAD4023 VHF 150-161 MHz, 14cm PMAD4025 VHF 150-161 MHz, 9cm PMAE4002 403-433 MHz, Stubby PMAE4003 433-470 MHz, Stubby NAE6483 403-520 MHz, Whip PMAE4006 UHF 470-510 MHz, 9cm, Helical...

  • Page 63

    1. Select appropriate zone. ™ 2. Turn Channel Selector knob to desired channel. EX600 Quick Reference Card 3. Press PTT button and speak clearly with mouth about 2.5 to 5 cm (1 to 2 Record the functions for your radio’s programmable buttons in the table inches) away from microphone.

  • Page 64: Menu Navigation

    Menu Navigation Chart (Refer to Menu Navigation guidelines— lower, left-hand corner of this page) Rptr/ Audio/ System Program Zone Radio Call Phone Utilities Talkarnd Lists Tones Scan (p. 31) (p. 33) (p. 45) (p. 51) (p. 37) (p. 49) (p. 41) on/off repeater mode/ Alert Vol...

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    © 2001 Motorola, Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in U.S.A. Motorola, le logo stylisé M sont des marques de commerce de Motorola, Inc. MD Marque déposée. U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. Tous les autres noms de produits ou services appartiennent à...

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