Wired PTT Button - 1884
Compatible with Motorola 2 Way Radios
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Important Safety Information
Please observe the following to ensure reliable
operation of the Wired PTT Button:
1. Read this manual thoroughly and observe
the operating instructions and information
2. Do not expose the equipment to extreme
temperatures or high relative humidity and
protect it from direct sunlight and dusty
3. Clean the equipment with a soft, damp cloth.
Do not use any solvents or aggressive cleaning
4. Only connect approved accessories.
5. Only use the power plug supplied.
6. Never open the unit. Opening the unit voids
any claims under the terms of the warranty and
exposes the person to the risk of an electric
7 . Repairs to defective units should only be
carried out by Giant International Ltd.
8. Batteries built into device are NOT user
replaceable. Discard entire device according to
FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
GIANT TELECOM LIMITED
Customer : GI
Model Number : 1884
Description : Line Drawing for User Guide
Version : R02
Date : Aug 22, 2013
Suitable Size Line Drawing
for User Guide
Note: The Wired PTT Button can be used
in various use case scenarios with various
GIANT TELECOM LIMITED
compatible Motorola products. See reference
Date : Aug 21, 2013
table and description of the various use cases.
Description : MU350 + 1884 + 56320
Using Motorola VOX Headsets (with
Microphone) - 53725 or 56320 with the
2 Way Radio and the Wired PTT Button
1. Plug headset connector
2. With the Motorola 2 Way
3. Turn the radio on and turn
4. Adjust the volume to a comfortable listening
5. To transmit, press the Push-To-Talk (PTT)
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
THIS APPARATUS TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
Wired PTT Button - Product At-A-Glance
1:1 Scale Line Drawing
into the Wired PTT's
radio off, plug the Wired
PTT connector into the
radio's accessory jack.
the volume down to avoid high audio level.
button on the Wired PTT button and talk into
the headset microphone. Release the Wired
PTT button to receive transmission.
1. Push-to-Talk (PTT) button
2. Accessory Jack