Motorola Astro Digital Saber II User Manual

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Portable Radio
Models II and III
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Battery Installation and Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Belt-Clip Installation and Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
General Radio Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Turning the Radio On and Off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Selecting a Zone and Channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Receiving/Transmitting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Using Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
General Radio Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Common Radio Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Data Calls (Status Calls or Message Calls) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Emergency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Individual Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
PL Defeat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Repeater Access. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Repeater/Direct. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Scan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Selecting Squelch Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Smart PTT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
, Motorola, ASTRO, SABER, Private-Line, Digital Private-Line, Call Alert,
MDC-1200, DVP, DVP-XL, Private Conversation, Call Alert, SmartZone, and
Quik-Call are trademarks of Motorola, Inc.
© 1996 by Motorola, Inc. Radio Products Group
8000 W. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33322
Printed in U.S.A. 4/96. All Rights Reserved.
Digital SABER
Contents
User's Guide
68P81072C80-B

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    Smart PTT ..........50 , Motorola, ASTRO, SABER, Private-Line, Digital Private-Line, Call Alert, MDC-1200, DVP, DVP-XL, Private Conversation, Call Alert, SmartZone, and Quik-Call are trademarks of Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    The Motorola equipment described in this manual may include copyrighted Motorola computer programs stored in semiconductor memories or other media. Laws in the United States and in other countries preserve for Motorola certain exclusive rights for copyrighted computer programs, including the exclusive right to copy or reproduce in any form the copyrighted computer program.

  • Page 3: Notations Used In This Manual

    Preface This manual describes how to operate an ASTRO Digital SABER Model III Portable Radio. Model III has a display, a 3 x 2 control teal-colored keypad, and a 3 x 4 alphanumeric keypad. This manual first introduces you to your new radio. Then it covers general radio operation and commonly used radio features.

  • Page 4: Introduction

    Motorola is committed to leadership in two-way radio communications for all types of private and public use. In addition to providing you with a wide range of analog solutions, Motorola is the leader in developing new digital solutions to serve you today and in the years ahead. ASTRO narrowband technology is the world’s first digital two-way radio system.

  • Page 5: Radio Controls

    Introduction Radio Controls Programmable Switches and Buttons Refer to Table 1 for the features that are programmable through radio service software (RSS) to the ASTRO Digital SABER radio controls. Then write, in the space provided below the appropriate switch or button on this page, the features that apply to your radio’s programming (consult your service technician).

  • Page 6

    Introduction Table 1. Programmable Features Nuisance-Delete (pg. 45) Select (pg. 18, 19, 23-25, 47) Call Alert™ (pg. 34-41) Call Response (pg. 40) Phone (pg. 34-41) Selective Call (pg. 34-41) Channel (pg. 12-14) PL Defeat (pg. 41) Site Lock/Unlock (pg. 62) Dynamic Priority (pg.

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    Introduction Switches, Buttons, Knobs, and Indicators 16-Position Select Knob Selects the operating system (zone) and/or specific channel. Antenna Radiates and receives radio-frequency energy. Bicolor LED Indicates the radio’s operating status; Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Red =Transmitting Provides visual information Blinking Red = Channel Busy or Low Battery (status indicator line, plus two display Blinking Green = Receipt of Individual Call lines with 14 characters maximum on...

  • Page 8: Antenna Installation And Removal

    Introduction Antenna Installation and Removal Before installing the antenna, ensure that the match between your radio and antenna is correct. Your radio’s model number is on a label attached to the back of your radio. A typical model number might be H04UCC9PW5AN. The fourth position of the model number (in this example “U”) identifies the operating-frequency band of the radio.

  • Page 9

    Introduction Antenna Identification Table Antenna Type Approx. Length Insulator Frequency Antenna Color Code Range Kit No. VHF Wide Band 136-174MHz NAD6563 Helical VHF Helical YELLOW 136-151MHz NAD6566 BLACK 151-162MHz NAD6567 BLUE 162-174MHz NAD6568 UHF Helical 403-435˙MHz NAE6546 GREEN 435-470MHz NAE6547 BLACK 470-512MHz NAE6548...

  • Page 10: Battery Installation And Removal

    Introduction Battery Installation and Removal WARNING To avoid a possible explosion: DO NOT replace the battery in an area labeled “hazardous atmosphere.” DO NOT discard batteries in a fire. CAUTION If your radio is programmed with volatile-key retention (consult your service technician), encryption keys will be retained for approximately 30 seconds after battery removal.

  • Page 11

    Introduction ASTRO/R Radio Battery Only Make sure your radio is turned off. Simultaneously squeeze inward on the spring-loaded battery- BATTERY LATCH latch buttons and slide the U- (SQUEEZE INWARD ON BUTTONS) shaped battery-latch away from the radio as far as it will go (about 1/2 inch).

  • Page 12: Belt-clip Installation And Removal

    Introduction Belt-Clip Installation and Removal When installing or removing the belt clip, remove the battery Note from the radio. Installing the Belt Clip HOOK T0P SLOT Looking at the back of the radio, insert the top (hooked) end of the belt-clip assembly into the slot at the top of the radio.

  • Page 13: Accessory-connector Cover Installation And Removal

    Introduction Accessory-Connector Cover Installation and Removal The accessory-connector cover protects the accessory connector. Notes The cover should be installed whenever the radio is not being used with an accessory. Installing the Accessory-Connector Cover Looking at the back of the radio, COVER insert the tab on the cover into SCREW...

  • Page 14: General Radio Operation, Turning The Radio On And Off

    General Radio Operation After a fully-charged battery and an antenna have been connected to the radio, operation may begin. If necessary, refer to page 2 to insure a complete understanding of the radio’s controls and indicators. Also, for your convenience, the “Additional Information” section (starting on page 65) contains a glossary, alert tone and status indicator tables, helpful tips, and an index.

  • Page 15: Selecting A Zone And Channel

    General Radio Operation Selecting a Zone and Channel A zone is a grouping of channels. A channel is a group of radio characteristics such as transmit/receive frequency pairs. After you turn your radio on, select the desired zone and channel. •...

  • Page 16: Channel Selection

    General Radio Operation 4a. Press until the desired zone 4b. Enter the number of the name appears on the display. desired zone. HOME If the selected zone is unprogrammed, the display will show Note “UNPROGRAMMED” until a valid programmed zone is selected. This does not mean your radio is unprogrammed;...

  • Page 17

    General Radio Operation Method 2 Channel Selection — used when a softkey is programmed for channel selection. Press until the softkey appears on the display. HOME Press directly below. HOME The display changes to show the zone name (on steady) and the current channel name (flashing).

  • Page 18: Receiving/transmitting

    General Radio Operation Receiving/Transmitting After you have turned your radio on and selected the desired zone and channel, you can receive (listen) or transmit (send) communications as follows: 1b. Press the Volume Set 1c. Press the Monitor 1a. Listen until Button (if programmed, Button (if programmed, you hear a...

  • Page 19: Using Lists

    General Radio Operation Using Lists The “list” feature on your radio allows you to store commonly used numbers with an identifiable name. For example, the telephone feature has an associated list of names and telephone numbers. The following general operations are available using lists: •...

  • Page 20

    General Radio Operation • Changing (Reprogramming) a List Notes • Only numbers can be changed (reprogrammed) in a list. To change the names in a list, a qualified service center must reprogram your radio using radio service software. A name can be a maximum of 14 characters.

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    General Radio Operation To select a specific member from the list: 6b. Go directly to a specific 6a. Scroll through the list by pressing member in the list by until you locate entering the number (1-19) the member’s number you wish to that corresponds to that change.

  • Page 22

    General Radio Operation You can now change numbers using any of the numeric keys (0–9) and special function keys The blinking cursor indicates the position of the next number to be added. When the maximum number of digits has been entered, the cursor will disappear: 16 numbers maximum for a telephone number or 8 numbers maximum for an ID number.

  • Page 23

    General Radio Operation • Selecting From a List Press until the feature you desire appears as a softkey on the display. For example, to select from the telephone list stored in your radio, press until the softkey appears on the display. (The exact HOME location of softkeys will vary based upon individual radio programming.)

  • Page 24

    General Radio Operation 4a. To access the preprogrammed list, press directly below Then go to step 4b or 4c. HOME 4b. Scroll through the preprogrammed 4c. Go directly to a specific list by pressing until member in the list by you locate the desired member’s entering the number name/number.

  • Page 25

    General Radio Operation Note • Pressing 00, or directly below softkey, will take you to the Last telephone NUMber dialed or the Last ID NUMber transmitted/received. HOME • Once the softkey is displayed, you may go directly to any member in the list by entering the number (1–19) that corresponds directly to that member’s placement within the list.

  • Page 26: General Radio Features

    General Radio Operation General Radio Features • Radio Lock (Non-Secure Radios) The radio-lock feature enables you to select a unique numeric password. If the feature is enabled (programmable through the radio service software), you will see “RADIO LOCKED” on the display when the radio is turned on. Enter your numeric password (1 to 8 characters).

  • Page 27

    General Radio Operation • Radio Lock (Secure Radios Only) By definition, this feature changes your radio to a more robust security system, which protects the use of the secure encryption keys. If this feature is enabled (programmable through the radio service software), you will see “RADIO LOCKED”...

  • Page 28

    General Radio Operation 4a. If the password is 4b. If the password is incorrect, the radio will remain correct, the radio locked. After you enter three incorrect will unlock. passwords, the radio will display “DEAD LOCKED,” and you must turn the radio off and then on in order to enter another password.

  • Page 29

    General Radio Operation The display will then show “CONFIRM.” Re-enter the new password and press directly below 9a. If the two passwords match, 9b. If the two passwords don't match, the display will show “NEW the radio will unlock. PASSWORD.” You then need to repeat the previous steps.

  • Page 30: Muting The Keypad Tones

    General Radio Operation • Muting the Keypad Tones The radio’s keypad tones, normally heard each time a keypad key is pressed, can be turned off (muted) or on (unmuted) at your discretion. Muting Keypad Tones Using the Keypad-Mute Switch: The Keypad-Mute Switch is programmable Note through radio service software.

  • Page 31

    General Radio Operation • Time-Out Timer The new ASTRO portable radio is equipped with a programmable time-out timer which, upon expiration, will turn off the transmitter. This timer is programmable through radio service software and can be set from 0 seconds (off) to 7.75 minutes (465 seconds), at 15 second increments.

  • Page 32: Common Radio Features, Data Calls (status Calls Or Message Calls)

    Common Radio Features Data Calls (Status Calls or Message Calls) This feature allows you to send data calls (status calls or message calls) from your radio to the dispatcher to indicate a predefined condition. Each defined status or message can have a 14-character alias. You can have the following maximum number of predefined conditions: 16 message conditions;...

  • Page 33

    Common Radio Features The last acknowledged status call or the first message in the message list will be displayed. If no status has been acknowledged, the first status in the status Note list will be displayed. 4b. Go directly to a specific 4a.

  • Page 34: Emergency

    Common Radio Features Emergency For radios programmed with the emergency feature, pressing the Emergency Button (if programmed, see page 2) will send out an emergency signal that takes precedence over any other signalling activity in progress on the selected channel. There are two types of emergency signals: •...

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    Common Radio Features 3a. Emergency Alarm 3b. Silent-Emergency Alarm 3c. Emergency Call During a non-silent During a silent- Press the PTT emergency alarm emergency state: Switch. state: • the LED will not • the LED will light, light, • tones will not be •...

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    Common Radio Features • Exiting the Emergency State It is important that you exit the emergency state when you have finished. There are four ways to exit the emergency state: Press the Emergency Button for approximately 1 second (this time is programmable through radio service software);...

  • Page 37: Individual Calls

    Common Radio Features Individual Calls Individual calls are defined as follows: • Telephone Calls — similar to standard telephone calls, except you use your radio. These calls can be landline caller to radio, radio to landline caller, or landline caller to radio talkgroup. •...

  • Page 38

    Common Radio Features • Selecting the Feature On conventional channels, you must monitor the channel for Note activity before making an individual call (see page 15 for details). 1a. Press until one of the 1b. If your radio has been following softkeys appear on the programmed for “quick- display:...

  • Page 39

    Common Radio Features • Using the Feature Telephone Calls Only — Your radio may be programmed to automatically access the telephone system (immediate access/auto access) or wait for you to do something (manual access/delayed access); consult your service technician to determine which way your radio was programmed. •...

  • Page 40

    • Motorola trunked radios generate a high- pitched tone when the radio’s PTT Switch is released. This is heard by the landline party and is an indicator to begin talking.

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    Common Radio Features • Calling the Last Number Dialed or Last ID Number Transmitted/Received For Telephone Calls Only — Press the PTT Switch. You will either hear ringing or a busy tone. On a trunking system, if you hear a busy tone, press the PTT Switch to try again.

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    Common Radio Features • Calling a New Number (if enabled through radio service software) Enter a new phone number or ID number using any of the numeric (0–9) keys; then press the PTT Switch (see following note). This action does not “program” a new number in your radio’s memory list; this is a temporary number only.

  • Page 43

    Common Radio Features • Answering an Individual Call When an individual call is being received, you will hear and/or see: • a telephone-type ringing if it is a telephone call; • two alert tones if it is a Private-Conversation call or selective call; •...

  • Page 44: Pl Defeat, Repeater Access

    Common Radio Features Converse in the normal manner. Press the PTT Switch to talk; release the PTT Switch to listen. Talk = Press & Hold PTT Switch Listen = Release PTT Switch When you have finished your conversation, “hang up” (disconnect) by pressing .

  • Page 45: Repeater/direct

    Common Radio Features Repeater/Direct The repeater/direct feature allows you to bypass the repeater and talk directly to another radio. This is known as DIRECT operation or talkaround operation. The transmit frequency is the same as the receive frequency. In REPEATER operation, you talk through the repeater, which increases the radio’s operating range.

  • Page 46: Scan

    Common Radio Features Scan = Scan Feature Active The scan feature allows you to monitor activity on different channels by scanning a “scan list.” Each radio can have up to 20 different scan lists. The channels to be scanned can be programmed with the radio service software or manually by using the keypad.

  • Page 47: Turning Scan On And Off

    Common Radio Features • Turning Scan On and Off 1a. Press until appears 1b. Place the Scan On/Off Switch on the display. (if programmed, see page 2) in the “scan on” position or the “scan off” position. HOME Press directly below HOME The display will show the current scan state.

  • Page 48: Viewing A Scan List

    Common Radio Features • Deleting Nuisance Channels When the radio scans to a channel that you do not wish to hear (nuisance channel), you can temporarily delete the channel from the scan list. When the radio is locked onto the channel to be deleted, press the Nuisance-Delete Button (if programmed, see page 2).

  • Page 49: Programming A Scan List

    Common Radio Features • Programming a Scan List Priority channels and the selected channel cannot be deleted Notes using the nuisance-delete feature. Press until the softkey appears on the display. HOME Press directly below HOME The display changes to show the lists ( , etc.) that can be changed;...

  • Page 50

    Common Radio Features 6b. Press the Select Button to 6a. Press below the desired change the scan-list status of state ( the currently displayed channel. = add currently displayed channel to the scan list = delete currently displayed channel from the scan list Each press of the softkey-related button, or the Notes...

  • Page 51

    Common Radio Features 7a. Use 7b. Use the keypad to 7c. Rotate the 16- to select additional go directly to a Position Select channels to be channel number to Knob to select added or deleted be added or additional from the scan list. deleted from the channels to be scan list.

  • Page 52: Selecting Squelch Operation

    Common Radio Features Selecting Squelch Operation Tone Private-Line® (PL), Digital Private-Line™ (DPL), network ID, and carrier squelch operations are all available in the same radio on a per channel basis. Network ID is only available on ASTRO “digital” channels Notes (consult your service technician).

  • Page 53: Smart Ptt

    Common Radio Features Smart PTT Smart PTT is a per-channel, programmable feature used in conventional radio systems to keep radio users from talking over other radio conversations. When smart PTT is enabled in your radio, you will not be able to transmit on an active channel.

  • Page 54: Special Radio Features, Dynamic Regrouping

    Special Radio Features Dynamic Regrouping The dynamic regrouping feature allows the dispatcher to temporarily reassign selected radios to a single special channel so that they can communicate with each other. This feature, enabled in each radio by means of the radio service software, is typically used during special operations. You will not notice whether your radio has this feature enabled until a dynamic regrouping command is sent by the dispatcher.

  • Page 55: Reprogram Request

    Special Radio Features Talk and listen as usual. 3a. For Radios Using Only Softkeys for 3b. For Radios Using Knobs or Switches for Zone and/or Zone and Channel Selection — Channel Selection— When the dynamic regrouping is When the dynamic regrouping cancelled by the dispatcher, the is cancelled by the dispatcher, radio will automatically return to...

  • Page 56

    Special Radio Features • Select Enable/Disable The dispatcher may classify regrouped radios into either of two categories: select enabled or select disabled. • Select-enabled radios are free to make channel changes to any available channel, including the dynamic-regrouping channel. • Select-disabled radios cannot change channels since the dispatcher has specifically chosen to force the radio to remain on the dynamic- regrouping channel.

  • Page 57: Ptt-id Receive, Ptt-id Transmit

    Special Radio Features PTT-ID Receive The PTT-ID receive feature allows you to see the radio ID number of the radio you are currently receiving. This ID can be a maximum of eight characters and can be viewed by both the receiving radio and the dispatcher. On trunking radios, pressing will replace the displayed ID with the softkey menu selections;...

  • Page 58: Secure Operation

    Secure operation provides the highest level of commercially Note available voice security on trunked or conventional channels. Unlike other forms of security, Motorola digital encryption provides signalling that makes it virtually impossible for others to decode any part of an encrypted message.

  • Page 59: Managing Encryption

    Special Radio Features • Managing Encryption KEY Loading Refer to the key-variable loader (KVL) manual for equipment connections and setup. When the KVL is attached to your radio, the display will show “KEYLOADING,” and all other radio functions will be locked out. Pressing the KVL’s PTT switch will load the encryption keys into your radio.

  • Page 60

    Special Radio Features KEY Erasure (All KEYS Erased) — Method 2 With the radio on, press and hold the Top Side Button; while holding this button down, press the Emergency Button. DO NOT press the Emergency Button first unless you are in an Note emergency situation;...

  • Page 61

    Special Radio Features 4a. Press to scroll 4b. Enter the number of the through the encryption keys. desired index. If an erased key is selected, the key name will be alternated with Note “ERASED KEY.” Press directly below the desired softkey, or if you did step 4b, press to scroll through the menu selections.

  • Page 62

    Special Radio Features 4a. Press directly below the 4b. Enter the number of the desired index. desired index. To save the newly selected index, press below . The radio will then exit index selection and return to the home display. Pressing or the PTT Switch or turning the 16-Position HOME...

  • Page 63: Selectable Power-level

    Special Radio Features Selectable Power-Level This feature allows you to select the power level at which your radio will transmit messages. The radio will always turn on to the default setting as determined Note through radio service software. 1a. Press until the softkey 1b.

  • Page 64: Trunking System Controls

    Special Radio Features Trunking System Controls • Busy Override When a talkgroup call is placed in a SmartZone™ system and the system is not able to obtain voice channels at all necessary sites, a busy tone will be generated. If so programmed in the zone manager and through the radio service software, you may override this busy by performing the following steps: Press the PTT Switch;...

  • Page 65: Site Lock

    Special Radio Features • Failsoft If a trunking system experiences a complete failure, the radio will revert to failsoft operation and automatically switch to its failsoft channel. During failsoft, the trunking repeaters will transmit a medium-pitched tone every 10 seconds. When the trunking system returns to normal operation, your radio will automatically leave the failsoft operation and return to trunked operation.

  • Page 66: Site Trunking, Site View And Change

    Special Radio Features • Site Trunking If the zone dispatcher loses communication with any site, that site will revert to what is known as “site trunking.” Your radio will alternately display “SITE TRUNKING” and the currently selected zone/channel combination. When this occurs, you will only be able to communicate with other radios within your trunking site.

  • Page 67

    Special Radio Features...

  • Page 68: Additional Information, Glossary

    Additional Information Glossary Acknowledgement of communication Channel A group of characteristics such as transmit/receive frequency pairs, radio parameters, and encryption encoding Control Channel In a trunking system, one of the channels that is used to provide a continuous, two-way/data communications path between the central controller and all radios on the system Conventional Typically refers to radio-to-radio communications,...

  • Page 69

    Additional Information Push-To-Talk - the PTT switch engages the transmitter and puts the radio in transmit (send) operation when pressed Radio-To-Landline Communicating from a portable/mobile radio through the telephone system. Repeater A conventional radio feature, where you talk through a receive/transmit facility (repeater), that re-transmits received signals in order to improve communications range and coverage...

  • Page 70: Alert Tones

    Additional Information Alert Tones Sound Tone Name Occurs: Invalid Key-Press when the wrong key is pressed Radio Self-Test when the radio fails its power-up self Fail test Short, when the radio fails to receive an Low-Pitched No ACK Received acknowledgement from the Tone dispatcher when an unauthorized request is...

  • Page 71

    Additional Information Sound Tone Name Occurs: when volume changed on a quiet Volume Set channel Continuous, Medium-Pitched Emergency Exit upon exiting the emergency state Tone when data is sent by pressing the PTT PTT Sidetone switch, but the user must wait to talk Failsoft when system fails Automatic Call...

  • Page 72: Status Indicators

    Additional Information Status Indicators Indicator Symbol Description Name Battery Status flashes when the battery is low indicates the radio is operating in Carrier Squelch the carrier-squelch mode appears when your radio is in secure Secure operation; on = secure; off = clear- Operation operation flashes when an individual call is...

  • Page 73: Battery Charging And Disposal

    • Charging Nickel-Cadmium Batteries Charge the battery before use to ensure optimum capacity and performance. The battery was designed specifically to be used with a Motorola charger. Charging in non-Motorola equipment may lead to battery damage and void the battery warranty.

  • Page 74

    Additional Information Motorola fully endorses and encourages the recycling of Ni-Cd batteries. If you are located in the United States or Canada, you can ship, post paid, your used Ni-Cd batteries to INMETCO, an EPA approved recycling facility, at the address listed below.

  • Page 75: Helpful Tips

    If, after following steps 1 and 2, your radio still has a problem, review your service agreement and call the applicable Motorola service representative. If you do not have a service agreement on your radio, contact your nearest authorized Motorola service shop for guidance toward a prompt and expedient evaluation and/or repair. •...

  • Page 76: Radio Care

    Additional Information Radio Care • Cleaning Clean external surfaces of your radio with the following solution: one teaspoon of mild dishwashing detergent to one gallon of water (0.5% solution). CAUTION So not use solvents to clean your radio; spirits may be harmful and permanently damage the radio housing.

  • Page 77: Air Bag Safety Information, Service

    Service Proper repair and maintenance procedures will assure efficient operation and long life for this product. A Motorola maintenance agreement will provide expert service to keep this and all other communication equipment in perfect operating condition. A nationwide service organization is provided by Motorola to support maintenance services.

  • Page 78: Fcc Safety Standards

    Docket 79-144, March 13, 1985, has adopted a safety standard for human exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic energy emitted by FCC regulated equipment. Motorola subscribes to the same safety standard for the use of its products. Proper operation of this radio will result in user exposure substantially below FCC recommended limits: •...

  • Page 79: Index

    Index Index ABRT softkey ..........56 Acceessory-Connector.

  • Page 80

    Index HIGH softkey ..........60 Home Key .

  • Page 81

    Index “P” ............19 PAGE softkey.

  • Page 82

    Index Talkaround ..........42, 69 Telephone Call .

  • Page 83

    QUESTIONNAIRE We believe that reports from users provide valuable information for producing quality operating instructions. Your comments and answers to the following questions will aid us in preparing manuals that contain accurate and complete information of maximum benefit to you. In reference to Manual No.

  • Page 85

    Digital Cosmo Portable Radio COMMON RADIO FEATURE Quick-Reference Card Selecting a Zone and Channel: Making an Individual Call: 16-Position Select Knob Press until the softkey appears. 1a. Press until one 1b. Press the Phone, On/Off/Volume of the following Call, or Page Control Knob Button;...

  • Page 86

    Softkey Feature List COMMON and SPECIAL RADIO FEATURES Softkey Feature Softkey Feature Most of your radio features can be accessed by Individual Private-Conversation Telephone Call performing the following steps (for more detail, Call or Selection Call refer to the feature description in your manual). List Programming of Individual- Channel Selection Call Numbers and Scan Channels...

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