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Motorola RMN5072 Manual

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DESCRIPTION
The RMN5072, RMN5073, and RMN5074 Public Safety Speaker/
Microphones (PSSM) include a speaker, microphone, push-to-talk
(PTT) switch, high/low volume switch, swivel clip, RF adapter, and
accessory connector cord assembly. The three microphones are
exactly the same, except that the lengths of their cords are differ-
ent: RMN5072 is 30", RMN5073 is 24", and the RMN5074 is 18".
When the PSSM's accessory connector is attached to the radio, the
radio's speaker is disabled, and the received audio is instead
routed to the PSSM's speaker. Similarly, the PSSM's microphone is
connected to the radio's transmitter, and the PSSM's PTT switch
can now control the PTT function of the radio. The radio's micro-
phone and PTT switch are still operational but, since the radio's
speaker is disabled, you can listen to the received audio only
through the accessory speaker. Similarly, when a secondary
receiver audio accessory is plugged into the 3.5mm audio jack, the
received audio can only be heard through the secondary acces-
sory.
The public safety speaker/microphone has a threaded antenna port
on its top. The antenna must be ordered separately. Use the radio
antennas.
Notes:
Before the PSSM can be used with a radio, a radio frequency
(RF) adapter (RLN5918) must be installed in the radio's
antenna port.
The PSSM also has a 3.5mm earphone jack. A seal, attached to
the accessory connector, is provided to cover the earphone jack
when it is not in use.
Speaker/Microphones
Models: RMN5072, RMN5073
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Public Safety
& RMN5074

   Summary of Contents for Motorola RMN5072

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    The three microphones are exactly the same, except that the lengths of their cords are differ- ent: RMN5072 is 30”, RMN5073 is 24”, and the RMN5074 is 18”. When the PSSM’s accessory connector is attached to the radio, the radio’s speaker is disabled, and the received audio is instead...

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    OPERATION A. If the radio’s universal connector cover is installed in the radio, remove it by: 1. Looking at the antenna side of the radio, insert a flat-bladed screwdriver between the lower end of the universal connec- tor cover and the slot below the universal connector. 2.

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    Set the high/low switch on the public safety speaker micro- phone to the “low” position to monitor audio at a low volume; for a high volume level, set the switch to the “high” position. G. To transmit using the public safety speaker/microphone, press the PSSM’s PTT and speak into the microphone’s grille area.

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    MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their repective owners. © 2005 by Motorola Inc., Radio Products Group 8000 W. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33322.

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Rmn5073, Rmn5074

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