Motorola IMPRES Installation Manual

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IMPRES
Adaptive Multi-Unit Charger
Charger Display Module
Installation Procedure
6880309N67-B

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    ™ IMPRES Adaptive Multi-Unit Charger Charger Display Module Installation Procedure 6880309N67-B...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Charger Display Module Installation..... 5 Test Mode............13 General Display Information ....... 14 Non-IMPRES Battery in the Pocket.... 15 IMPRES Battery in the Pocket....15 Sequencing Diagrams for IMPRES Batteries ..20 Display Text Orientation........26 IMPRES Adaptive Multi-Unit Charger Operation............26...

  • Page 4: Safety Instructions, Save These Instructions

    6880309L67 and 6866537D22. 3. Use of accessories not recommended by Motorola may result in risk of fire, electric shock, or injury. 4. To reduce risk of damage to the electric plug and cord, pull by the plug rather than the cord when disconnecting the charger.

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    Take it to a qualified Motorola service representative. 7. This unit is repairable. Each pocket is powered by a unique printed circuit board & power supply.

  • Page 6: Operational Safety Guidelines

    OPERATIONAL SAFETY GUIDELINES • Turn the radio off when charging the battery. • This equipment is not suitable for outdoor use. Use only in dry locations/conditions. • Connect equipment only to an appropriately fused and wired supply of the correct voltage (as specified on the product).

  • Page 7: Charger Compatibility, Charger Display Module Installation

    IMPRES Adaptive Multi-Unit Chargers: WPLN4108 WPLN4119 WPLN4109 WPLN4120 WPLN4110 WPLN4121 WPLN4118 WPLN4123 In addition, the CDM can be installed as a replacement for any of the following IMPRES Adaptive Multi-Unit Chargers with displays: WPLN4127 WPLN4133 WPLN4130 WPLN4134 WPLN4131 WPLN4135 WPLN4132 WPLN4136...

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    Step 1: Ensure that IMPRES charger is unplugged from AC outlet before attempting installation of the CDM. With the IMPRES Adaptive Multi-Unit Charger face down, remove the six screws, P/N 0387777G01, with #20 Torx bit. Torque Driver...

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    Step 2: Turn the unit over (base down) while holding the top housing and base together. Lift the back of the top housing a few inches away from the base, exposing the fan harness. Disconnect the fan harness from the PC board. The top housing can then be fully removed from the base and set aside.

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    Step 3: Remove the 12 screws, P/N 0387775G01, and take out the existing cover bezels, using a #10 Torx bit. Keep the screws for reassembly. Note: Check that the LCD is not broken. If the LCD breaks and you get liquid on your hands, wash hands with soap and water.

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    Step 4: Replace the previously removed bezels with the LCD modules, using the 12 screws (removed in Step 3) with the #10 Torx bit. Torque down to approximately 8 in-lbs. Wire Harness LCD Module Wire Harnesses...

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    Step 5: Turn the unit around and plug each LCD module/ wire connector into its corresponding PC board. The connector and header are keyed (grooved to properly align during insertion.) Communication Harness (to DB15 Connector) LCD Module/Wire Connector...

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    Step 6: Fold the front housing over the base assembly and plug the fan harness into the nearest PC board. The fan connector and header are keyed to properly align during insertion. Ensure all LCD wire harnesses are encased in the housing. Plug Fan Harness into 3rd PC board from the right.

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    Step 7: Close the unit carefully to avoid pinching any wires. Replace all six screws (previously removed in Step 1) with #20 Torx bit, and torque to approximately 10 in-lbs.

  • Page 15: Test Mode

    TEST MODE Once the installation of the CDM is complete, the display can be tested to ensure proper installation and functionality. To initiate the test mode: 1. Plug the charger into an AC power outlet. 2. Insert the end of a large paper clip into the pinhole below the display on the front of the charger.

  • Page 16: General Display Information

    Below details the information the CDM will display along with the corresponding LED indicator. Start Up Upon Charger Power-up SINGLE FLASH GREEN Line 1 IMPRES Line 2 If There is No Battery in Pocket Line 1 NO BATTERY Line 2...

  • Page 17: Non-impres Battery In The Pocket, Impres Battery In The Pocket

    Defined by Charge State Line 1 NON-IMPRES Line 2 BATTERY Note: If a non-IMPRES battery is in the pocket, this is the only information displayed. IMPRES Battery in the Pocket IMPRES and Software Versions are Displayed Defined by Charge State...

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    IMPRES Battery Kit # and Chemistry are Displayed Defined by Charge State Line 1 KIT# -------- Line 2 -----CHEMISTRY Forecasted # of Cycles prior to Automatic Recondition Defined by Charge State Line 1 - - - -CYCLES Line 2 TO RECONDITION * Displayed only when the number of cycles to recon- dition is less than 6.

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    Charger Waiting to Charge, Low Voltage Flashing YELLOW Line 1 WAITING TO CHG Line 2 LOW VOLTAGE Charger is in Rapid Charge Mode Steady RED Line 1 RAPID CHARGE Line 2 Charger is in Trickle Charge Mode Flashing GREEN Line 1 TRICKLE CHARGE Line 2 Charge is Complete...

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    Steady GREEN Line 1 Battery Line 2 Calibrated * All IMPRES batteries should be calibrated before ini- tial use. Charger will automatically initiate calibration for all new batteries. Battery Capacity Data is Displayed as % in mAH, and Voltage Defined by Charge State Line 1 ----% RATED CAP.

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    (3) Use of IMPRES batteries with non-IMPRES chargers can affect capacity and charging time accuracy. (4) Fully charged IMPRES NiCd & NiMH batteries inserted into a pocket will initially show 1 hour and 10 minutes estimated time to complete charge, but will typically revert to solid GREEN...

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    SEQUENCING DIAGRAMS FOR IMPRES NICD & NIMH BATTERIES IMPRES Battery Display Sequence Every Start Defined by Charge State 73.0 sec Line 1 KIT# xxxxxxxx (4.0 sec) Line 2 SN: yyyyyyyyyyyy Defined by Charge State Line 1 KIT# xxxxxxxx (2.0 sec)

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    SEQUENCING DIAGRAMS FOR IMPRES NICD & NIMH BATTERIES Before Calibration: Start Every Defined by Charge State 71.0 sec Line 1 KIT# xxxxxxxx (4.0 sec) Line 2 SN: yyyyyyyyyyyy Defined by Charge State Line 1 KIT# xxxxxxxx Line 2 yyyyy CHEMISTRY (2.0 sec)

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    SEQUENCING DIAGRAMS FOR IMPRES NICD & NIMH BATTERIES After Calibration: Every Start Defined by Charge State 61.0 sec Line 1 KIT# xxxxxxxx (4.0 sec) Line 2 SN: yyyyyyyyyyyy Defined by Charge State Line 1 KIT# xxxxxxxx (2.0 sec) Line 2 yyyyy CHEMISTRY Every 11.0 sec...

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    SEQUENCING DIAGRAMS FOR IMPRES LI-ION BATTERIES IMPRES Battery Display Sequence Every Start Defined by Charge State 53.0 sec Line 1 KIT# xxxxxxxx (4.0 sec) Line 2 SN: yyyyyyyyyyyy Defined by Charge State Line 1 KIT# xxxxxxxx (2.0 sec) Line 2 yyyyy CHEMISTRY...

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    SEQUENCING DIAGRAMS FOR IMPRES LI-ION BATTERIES Before Calibration: Start Every Defined by Charge State 51.0 sec Line 1 KIT# xxxxxxxx (4.0 sec) Line 2 SN: yyyyyyyyyyyy Defined by Charge State Line 1 KIT# xxxxxxxx Line 2 yyyyy CHEMISTRY (2.0 sec) Every 4.0 sec...

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    SEQUENCING DIAGRAMS FOR IMPRES LI-ION BATTERIES After Calibration: Every Start Defined by Charge State 61.0 sec Line 1 KIT# xxxxxxxx (4.0 sec) Line 2 SN: yyyyyyyyyyyy Defined by Charge State Line 1 KIT# xxxxxxxx (2.0 sec) Line 2 yyyyy CHEMISTRY Every 11.0 sec...

  • Page 28: Display Text Orientation, Impres Adaptive Multi-unit Charger Operation

    DISPLAY TEXT ORIENTATION In order to allow for desk or wall mounting of the IMPRES Adaptive Multi-Unit Charger, the CDM is equipped with the ability to “flip” the display text 180 degrees. To do this, insert a large paper clip into the pinhole below the display perpendicular to the desktop.

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    MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. © 2001, 2002, 2003 by Motorola, Inc. Printed in U.S.A. All Rights Reserved...

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