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Motorola ASTRO APX O2 Control Head Mobile Radio User Manual

Motorola ASTRO APX O2 Control Head Mobile Radio User Manual (152 pages)

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Table of contents
Control Head1................................................................................................................................................................
Foreword3................................................................................................................................................................
Parts Ordering3................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Software Copyrights3................................................................................................................................................................
Document Copyrights3................................................................................................................................................................
Disclaimer3................................................................................................................................................................
Trademarks3................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Requirements For Compliance With Radio Frequency (rf) Energy Exposure Safety Standards4................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Radio Model Numbering Scheme15................................................................................................................................................................
Commercial Warranty17................................................................................................................................................................
Limited Warranty17................................................................................................................................................................
Motorola Communication Products17................................................................................................................................................................
What This Warranty Covers And For How Long17................................................................................................................................................................
Ii. General Provisions17................................................................................................................................................................
Iii. State Law Rights18................................................................................................................................................................
Iv. How To Get Warranty Service18................................................................................................................................................................
What This Warranty Does Not Cover18................................................................................................................................................................
Vi. Patent And Software Provisions19................................................................................................................................................................
Vii. Governing Law19................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Introduction21................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Radio Description21................................................................................................................................................................
Dimensions21................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-1. Front View Of Apx 7500 Mid Power Dash Mount Transceiver And Trunnion21................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-2. Side View Of Apx 7500 Mid Power Dash Mount Transceiver And Trunnion21................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-3. Front View Of Apx 2500/4500 Mid Power Dash Mount Transceiver And Trunnion21................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-4. Side View Of Apx 2500/4500 Mid Power Dash Mount Transceiver And Trunnion21................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-5. Front View Of Apx 7500 High Power (100w) Transceiver And Trunnion22................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-6. Side View Of Apx 7500 High Power (100w) Transceiver And Trunnion22................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-7. Front View Of O2 Control Head Attached To Apx 7500 Mid Power Dash Mount Transceiver22................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-8. Side View Of O2 Control Head Attached To Apx7500 Mid Power Dash Mount Transceiver22................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-9. Front View Of O7 Control Head Attached To Apx 2500 Mid Power Dash Mount Transceiver22................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-10. Side View Of O7 Control Head Attached To Apx 2500 Mid Power Dash Mount Transceiver22................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-11. Front View Of O3 Control Head With Coiled Cable23................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-12. Side View Of O3 Control Head With Coiled Cable23................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-13. Front View Of O2 Control Head With Remote Mount And Trunnion23................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-14. Side View Of O2 Control Head With Remote Mount And Trunnion23................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-15. Front View Of O5 Control Head With Remote Mount And Trunnion23................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-16. Side View Of O5 Control Head With Remote Mount And Trunnion23................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-17. Front View Of O7 Control Head With Remote Mount And Trunnion24................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-18. Side View Of O7 Control Head With Remote Mount And Trunnion24................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-19. Front View Of O9 Control Head With Trunnion24................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-20. Side View Of O9 Control Head With Trunnion24................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-21. Top View Of O9 Universal Relay Controller With Trunnion24................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-22. Side View Of O9 Universal Relay Controller With Trunnion24................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Configurations25................................................................................................................................................................
Dash Mount Configuration25................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-23. Dash Mount Configuration For O2 Control Head25................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-24. Dash Mount Configuration For O3 Control Head25................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-25. Dash Mount Configuration For O5 Control Head (only Applicable For Astro 25 Subscribers Apx 5500/apx 6500/apx 7500/apx 6500 Li Mobile)26................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-26. Dash Mount Configuration For O7 Control Head26................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Mount Configuration27................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-27. Remote Mount Configuration With Mid Power Transceiver, Transceiver Interface Board, Chib Rear Assembly And O2 Control Head27................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-28. Remote Mount Configuration With Mid Power Transceiver,transceiver Interface Board27................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-29. Remote Mount Configuration With Mid Power Transceiver, Transceiver Interface Board, Chib Rear Assembly And O5 Control Head28................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-30. Remote Mount Configuration With Mid Power Transceiver, Transceiver Interface Board, Chib Rear Assembly And O7 Control Head28................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-31. Remote Mount Configuration With Mid Power Transceiver, Transceiver Interface Board And28................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-32. Remote Mount Configuration With High Power (100w) Radio Transceiver And O2 Control29................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-33. Remote Mount Configuration With High Power (100w) Radio Transceiver And O3 Control29................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-34. Remote Mount Configuration With High Power (100w) Radio Transceiver And O5 Control29................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-35. Remote Mount Configuration With High Power (100w) Radio Transceiver And O7 Control30................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-36. Remote Mount Configuration With High Power (100w) Radio Transceiver And O9 Control30................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-37. Remote Mount Configuration With Mid Power Radio Transceiver, Universal Relay31................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-38. Remote Mount Configuration With Mid Power Radio Transceiver, Universal Relay31................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-39. Remote Mount Configuration With High Power (100w) Radio Transceiver, Universal Relay Controller And O7 Control Head (urc Is Optional)32................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-40. Remote Mount Configuration With High Power (100w) Radio Transceiver, Universal Relay Controller And O9 Control Head (urc Is Optional)32................................................................................................................................................................
Multi Control Head33................................................................................................................................................................
Motorcycle Configurations34................................................................................................................................................................
Base/control Stations34................................................................................................................................................................
Tools Required For Apx Mobile Installations34................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Standard Configurations35................................................................................................................................................................
Planning The Installation35................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-1. Dash Mount Radios Can Be Located In The Middle Console, On The Transmission Hump, Or Under The Dash36................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-2. Remote Mount Radio Control Heads Can Be Located In The Middle Console, On The Transmission Hump, Or Under The Dash36................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-3. Remote Mount Of The Radio, O9 Control Head And Universal Relay Controller36................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-4. Radio Installation (o2 Mid Power Dash Mount)37................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-5. Radio Installation (o3 Mid Power Dash Mount)37................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-6. Radio Installation (o5 Mid Power Dash Mount)38................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-7. Radio Installation (o7 Mid Power Dash Mount)38................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-8. Radio Installation (o2 Mid Power Remote Mount)39................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-9. Radio Installation (o3 Mid Power Remote Mount)40................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-10. Radio Installation (o5 Mid Power Remote Mount)40................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-11. Radio Installation (o7 Mid Power Remote Mount)41................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-12. Radio Installation (o2 High Power Remote Mount)41................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-13. Radio Installation (o3 High Power Remote Mount)42................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-14. Radio Installation (o5 High Power Remote Mount)42................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-15. Radio Installation (o7 High Power Remote Mount)43................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-16. Radio Installation Of O9 Remote Mount With Transceiver (urc Is Optional)43................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-17. Radio Installation (o9 Remote Mount With Pinouts)44................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-18. Remote Control Head Pinouts44................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Operation Wiring For Dash And Remote Configurations48................................................................................................................................................................
2.1.3.1 Dash Mount: Power, Ignition, And Emergency Cable Installation48................................................................................................................................................................
2.1.3.2 Remote Mount: Power, Ignition, And Emergency Cable Installation49................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-1. Dash O2, O3, O5, O7 Or O9 Radio Operations Dependent Upon A+ And50................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-2. Remote O2, O3, O5, O7 Or O9 Radio Operations Dependent Upon A+ And50................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-3. Remote O2, O3, O5, O7 Or O9 Radio Operations Dependent Upon A+ And50................................................................................................................................................................
Ignition Sense Switch (radio Wide Advance)51................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-4. Ignition Sense Switch Settings In Cps51................................................................................................................................................................
Siren/pa Configuration/programming52................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-5. Power Level Configurations52................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Mounting53................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-22. Apx 7500/ Apx6500/ Apx5500/ Apx6500li Mid Power Trunnion Orientation53................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-23. Apx 2500/apx4500 Mid Power Trunnion Orientation54................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-24. Trunnion Orientation For 100w Radios54................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-6. Mid Power Trunnion Kit55................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-25. Transmission Hump Trunnion Mounting56................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-26. Below Dash Trunnion Mounting56................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Mount With Trunnion57................................................................................................................................................................
2.2.2.1 100w Radios Only58................................................................................................................................................................
2.2.2.2 Remote Mount Control Head Installation58................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-27. 100w Radio Mounting Into Quick Release Trunnion58................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-28. O5 Control Head Installation Exploded View59................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-29. O9 Control Head Installation Exploded View60................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-30. O5 Control Head Rear View (also Applicable For O2 And O7 Control Heads)60................................................................................................................................................................
2.2.2.3 Multiple Control Head Installation61................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-31. O9 Control Head Rear View61................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-32. Multiple Control Heads Example Configurations62................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-7. Available Can Cables62................................................................................................................................................................
2.2.2.4 Cable Installation63................................................................................................................................................................
2.2.2.5 Setting The Initial Control Head Id63................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-33. Apx Mobile O5 Control Head Front View63................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-34. Radio Display With Current Control Head Id63................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-8. Ignition Interface Cables63................................................................................................................................................................
2.2.2.6 O3 Control Head And Remote Mount Cabling64................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-35. Apx Mobile O5 Control Head Front View - Mode Knob64................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-36. O3 Control Head64................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-37. O3 Control Head Rear View65................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-38. Hang-up Clip Installation Exploded View65................................................................................................................................................................
Locking Kit (optional)66................................................................................................................................................................
2.2.3.1 All Radios Except 100w66................................................................................................................................................................
2.2.3.2 100w Radios66................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-39. Locking Kit (optional) (cannot Be Used For 100w Radios)66................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-40. Lock Supplied With 100w Quick Release Trunnion66................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cables (transceiver And Control Head)67................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Locking Feature For High Power Chassis Power Cables67................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-41. Bracket Installation67................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-9. Power Cables67................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-42. Bracket Installation68................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-43. Bracket Installation (assembled State)68................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-44. Bracket Uninstallation69................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-45. Bracket Uninstallation69................................................................................................................................................................
O2, O3, O5, O7 Or O9 Control Head Power Cables70................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-46. Hkn6188_ Power Cable With External Speaker Connector70................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-47. Hkn6187_ Power Cable With External Speaker Connector, Record Audio Output Jack (2.5 Mm) And Earphone Jack (2.5 Mm)70................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Selector Switch71................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-48. Battery Selector Switch71................................................................................................................................................................
Antenna Installation72................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting An Antenna Site/location On A Metal Body Vehicle72................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-49. Multiple Antennas Separation73................................................................................................................................................................
Mini-uhf Connection74................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-50. Mini-uhf Connection (as Shown On Mid Power)74................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-51. Mini-uhf Connection (100w Radios Only)74................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-52. Mini-uhf Connector Tool (as Shown On Mid Power)75................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-53. Mini-uhf Connector Tool (100w Radios Only)75................................................................................................................................................................
Gps Antenna Placement76................................................................................................................................................................
Gps Connection76................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-54. Gps Antenna Connector On The Back Of The Mid Power Radio76................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-55. Gps Antenna Connector On The Front Of The 100w Radio76................................................................................................................................................................
Speaker77................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-56. Speaker Mounting77................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Speaker Disassembly78................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-57. Removing The Screws On The Control Head78................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-58. Removing The Control Head78................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-59. Disconnecting The Speaker Connector79................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-60. Reattaching The Control Head79................................................................................................................................................................
Microphone Hang-up Clip80................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Or O3 Control Head Hang-up Clip80................................................................................................................................................................
Rfid (option)80................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-61. Rfid Location On Mid Power Radio80................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-62. Rfid Location On Apx 2500/apx 4500 Mid Power Radio80................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-63. Rfid Location On High Power Radio81................................................................................................................................................................
Rfid Reading82................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-64. Read Angle For Mid Power Radio82................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-65. Tag Angle For Mid Power Radio82................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-66. Read Angle For Apx 2500/apx 4500 Mid Power Radio83................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-67. Tag Angle For Apx 2500/apx 4500 Mid Power Radio83................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-68. Read Angle For High Power Radio83................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-69. Tag Angle For High Power Radio84................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-70. Examples Of Reader And Tag Aligned (reader Orientation)84................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-71. Example Of Reader And Tag Misaligned (reader Orientation)84................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Rfid (if Equipped)85................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-10. Model Number Chart In 12-digit Ascii Format85................................................................................................................................................................
Table 2-11. Serial Number With Radio Band/tier/power85................................................................................................................................................................
Completing The Installation86................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Universal Relay Controller Installation87................................................................................................................................................................
Universal Relay Controller Mounting87................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-1. Universal Relay Controller Orientation87................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-2. Universal Relay Controller Installation Exploded View88................................................................................................................................................................
O7/o9 Universal Relay Controller Cable Assembly89................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cable89................................................................................................................................................................
Ground Cable89................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-3. Power And Ground Cable Glands89................................................................................................................................................................
Wires90................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-4. Cable Gland Assembly With Gasket90................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-5. Wires Installation90................................................................................................................................................................
O7/o9 To Urc Cable91................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-6. Wire Installation With Black Stick91................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-7. O7/o9 To Urc Cable Installation91................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Options And Accessories Installation93................................................................................................................................................................
Dash-mount Accessory Installation93................................................................................................................................................................
Dash-mount Emergency Pushbutton Or Footswitch Installation93................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-1. Emergency Switch Wiring Diagram93................................................................................................................................................................
Dash-mount Horn And Lights (external Alarms) Relays94................................................................................................................................................................
Remote-mount Accessory Installation94................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-2. Horn/light Wiring Diagram94................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Pushbutton Or Footswitch Installation95................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-3. Emergency Jumper Removal In Remote Mount95................................................................................................................................................................
Horn (external Alarm) Relay Installation96................................................................................................................................................................
Lights (external Alarm) Relay Installation96................................................................................................................................................................
Gunlock Installation96................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-4. Gunlock Switch Redundancy Diagram96................................................................................................................................................................
Horn-ring Transfer97................................................................................................................................................................
Record Audio Out Jack Of Transmit And Receive Audio97................................................................................................................................................................
Earphone Jack97................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-5. Siren/pa Horn-ring Connections97................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Data Cables98................................................................................................................................................................
Rs232 Cables98................................................................................................................................................................
Vehicle Interface Port Overview98................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-6. Remote Control Head Pinouts98................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-7. Hkn6196_ Vip Connector Detail98................................................................................................................................................................
Vip Output Connections99................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-8. Relay Coil99................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-1. Vip Output Connections99................................................................................................................................................................
Vip Input Connections100................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-2. Vip Input Connections100................................................................................................................................................................
Compatibility Of Emergency When Attaching A Siren101................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-9. Field Adjustment For Emergency Operation With Siren Accessory101................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-10. Location For Pin 8101................................................................................................................................................................
Accessory Connector Assembly Details (p2) (all Models Except 100w)102................................................................................................................................................................
Disassembly And Assembly102................................................................................................................................................................
Disassembly102................................................................................................................................................................
4.5.1.2 Assembly103................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-11. Exploded View Of Accessory Connector Assembly (hln6863_)103................................................................................................................................................................
Adapter Cable104................................................................................................................................................................
Memory And Three-day Secure Key Retention Option104................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-12. Rear Accessory Connector Audio Configuration104................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-13. Rear Accessory Connector Data Configuration104................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Motorcycle Radio Installation105................................................................................................................................................................
Motorcycle Radio Description105................................................................................................................................................................
Transceiver Enclosure105................................................................................................................................................................
Control/display Unit105................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-1. Identification Of A Motorcycle Radio By Using A Label105................................................................................................................................................................
Control Head Cable106................................................................................................................................................................
Microphone106................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Mic106................................................................................................................................................................
External Speaker106................................................................................................................................................................
Headset Capability106................................................................................................................................................................
Antenna106................................................................................................................................................................
Ignition Sense (acc) Wire106................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Overview107................................................................................................................................................................
General107................................................................................................................................................................
Important Installation Hints108................................................................................................................................................................
Parts Identification109................................................................................................................................................................
Order Of Installation109................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Universal Mounting Plate110................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-2. Universal Mounting Plate Installation (part Of Radio Enclosure Kit)110................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Speaker And Control Head111................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-3. Motorcycle Control Head Cabling (3075217a01)111................................................................................................................................................................
Handlebar Installation With Speaker And Control Head Mounted Together112................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-4. Handlebar Installation With Speaker And Control Head Mounted Together112................................................................................................................................................................
Fuel Tank Console Installation With Speaker And Control Head Mounted Together113................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-5. Fuel Tank Console Installation With Speaker And Control Head Mounted Together114................................................................................................................................................................
Handlebar Installation With Speaker And Control Head Mounted Separately115................................................................................................................................................................
Fuel Tank Console Installation With Speaker And Control Head Mounted Separately116................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-6. Handlebar Installation With Speaker And Control Head Mounted Separately116................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-7. Fuel Tank Console Installation With Speaker And Control Head Mounted Separately117................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Speaker118................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Microphone Hang-up Clip118................................................................................................................................................................
Extension Bracket Mounting118................................................................................................................................................................
Speaker/control Head Bracket Side Mounting118................................................................................................................................................................
Other Hang-up Clip Mounting119................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Antenna Base And Cables119................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-8. Location Of Band 1 Or Band 2 (depending On The Antenna Port They Align To)119................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-9. Antenna Band Identification120................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-10. Apx 2500/apx 4500 Antenna Band Identification120................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-11. Routing The Coaxial Cable For Gps121................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Antenna122................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Routing122................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-13. Routing The Coaxial Cable For Band 2122................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-14. Cable Routing123................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Weather-resistant Enclosure125................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-15. Weather-resistant Enclosure Installation125................................................................................................................................................................
5.11 Transceiver And Cabling Installation126................................................................................................................................................................
5.11.1 Installing Cabling In The Enclosure126................................................................................................................................................................
5.11.2 Installing The Transceiver127................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-16. Installing Cables127................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-17. Installing The Transceiver128................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-1. Transceiver Installation Parts List128................................................................................................................................................................
5.12 Installing The Emergency Switch Option129................................................................................................................................................................
5.13 Installing The External Alarm Relay Option129................................................................................................................................................................
5.14 Installing The Headset Accessory129................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-18. Motorcycle Wiring Harness Rework129................................................................................................................................................................
5.15 Installing The O5 Control Head Sunshield130................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-19. Remote Mount Trunnion With Sunshield130................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-20. Position The Sunshield130................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-21. Slide The Control Head Onto Trunnion131................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-22. Position Control Head As Desired131................................................................................................................................................................
5.16 Horn/lights Wiring132................................................................................................................................................................
5.17 Emergency Switch Wiring132................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-23. Horn/lights Wiring Diagram132................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-24. Emergency Switch Wiring Diagram132................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Finishing The Installation133................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Connection133................................................................................................................................................................
O2 Control Head133................................................................................................................................................................
O3 Control Head133................................................................................................................................................................
O5 Control Head133................................................................................................................................................................
O7 Control Head134................................................................................................................................................................
O9 Control Head134................................................................................................................................................................
Dust Cover Installation135................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-1. Dust Cover Installation Locations135................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Information136................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 Best Practices: Installation & Troubleshooting137................................................................................................................................................................
Check Wiring Of Ignition And Radio Ignition Sensing137................................................................................................................................................................
Check Physical Installation Of Radio Ground And Radio Accessory Wiring138................................................................................................................................................................
Improve The Electrical Quality Of The Power And Ignition Lines138................................................................................................................................................................
Minimize The Effect Of Poorly Grounded Antennas139................................................................................................................................................................
Jump-start The Vehicle139................................................................................................................................................................
Eliminate Noise/howling From Pa Speaker139................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A Replacement Parts Ordering141................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Ordering Information141................................................................................................................................................................
Motorola Online141................................................................................................................................................................
Mail Orders141................................................................................................................................................................
Fax Orders142................................................................................................................................................................
Product Customer Service142................................................................................................................................................................
Asia Pacific Service Centers142................................................................................................................................................................
Index143................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary147................................................................................................................................................................

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Motorola ASTRO APX O2 Control Head Mobile Radio User Manual

Motorola ASTRO APX O2 Control Head Mobile Radio User Manual (142 pages)

Brand: Motorola | Category: Two-Way Radio | Size: 0.83 MB
Table of contents
Declaration Of Conformity5................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents9................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Information15................................................................................................................................................................
Rf Energy Exposure And Product Safety Guide For Mobile Two-way Radios15................................................................................................................................................................
Software Version15................................................................................................................................................................
Notice To Users (fcc And Industry Canada)15................................................................................................................................................................
Informations Importantes Sur La Sécurité16................................................................................................................................................................
Guide Sur L'exposition Aux RadiofrÉquences Et La SÉcuritÉ Du Produit Pour Radios Mobiles Bidirectionnelles16................................................................................................................................................................
Version Du Logiciel16................................................................................................................................................................
Avis Aux Utilisateurs (fcc Et Industrie Canada)17................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Software Copyrights17................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Copyrights17................................................................................................................................................................
Disclaimer18................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started19................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use This User Guide19................................................................................................................................................................
Notations Used In This Manual19................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Performance Enhancement20................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic System Resilience (dsr)20................................................................................................................................................................
Crosstalk Prevention20................................................................................................................................................................
Encrypted Integrated Data (eid)20................................................................................................................................................................
Securenet20................................................................................................................................................................
What Your Dealer/system Administrator Can Tell You21................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing Your Radio For Use21................................................................................................................................................................
Turning On The Radio22................................................................................................................................................................
Validating Compatibility During Power Up22................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Volume23................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Radio Controls23................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Parts And Controls24................................................................................................................................................................
O2 Control Head And Microphone24................................................................................................................................................................
Programmable Features25................................................................................................................................................................
One Touch Button25................................................................................................................................................................
Assignable Radio Functions25................................................................................................................................................................
Assignable Settings Or Utility Functions27................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Preprogrammed Functions28................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Menu Select Buttons28................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Advance Programmable Buttons29................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Navigation Buttons29................................................................................................................................................................
Home Button30................................................................................................................................................................
Dimmer Button30................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-function Knob30................................................................................................................................................................
The Mfk Button On Your Radio Is Programmable To The Following Features30................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Keypad32................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Characters - Uppercase Mode32................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Characters - Lowercase Mode33................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Characters - Numeric Mode34................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Characters - Hexadecimal Mode35................................................................................................................................................................
Push-to-talk (ptt) Button36................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Status Indicators36................................................................................................................................................................
Status Icons37................................................................................................................................................................
Text Messaging Service (tms) Icons39................................................................................................................................................................
Tms Menu Options40................................................................................................................................................................
Call Type Icons41................................................................................................................................................................
Led Indicator42................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-function Knob - Concentric Ring Led42................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Lighting Indicators43................................................................................................................................................................
Alert Tones44................................................................................................................................................................
General Radio Operation49................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Zone49................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Radio Channel50................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving And Responding To A Radio Call50................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving And Responding To A Talkgroup Call51................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving And Responding To A Private Call (trunking Only)51................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving And Responding To A Telephone Call52................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Radio Call53................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Talkgroup Call53................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Private Call (trunking Only)54................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Telephone Call55................................................................................................................................................................
Repeater Or Direct Operation56................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Features56................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring A Channel56................................................................................................................................................................
Conventional Mode Operation57................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Features59................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Call Features59................................................................................................................................................................
Calling A Phone Not In The List59................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving And Making A Selective Call (conventional Only)60................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving A Selective Call60................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Selective Call60................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Talkgroup Call Feature (conventional Operation Only)61................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Talkgroup61................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Status Call62................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Dynamic Regrouping Feature (trunking Only)63................................................................................................................................................................
Requesting A Reprogram63................................................................................................................................................................
Classifying Regrouped Radios64................................................................................................................................................................
Contacts64................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Private Call From Contacts65................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A New Contact Entry66................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Contact Entry67................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Contact To A Call List Or Phone List68................................................................................................................................................................
Editing A Contact In A Call List Or A Phone List68................................................................................................................................................................
Editing An Entry Alias68................................................................................................................................................................
Editing As Entry Id69................................................................................................................................................................
Editing A Call Type70................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Lists70................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Scan List70................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Scan List71................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Scan List Status71................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Changing The Priority Status72................................................................................................................................................................
Scan72................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Scan On Or Off72................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Scan On While Disregarding The Squelch Code (conventional Channels Only)73................................................................................................................................................................
Transmitting While The Scan Is On73................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Programmed For Talkback Scan73................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Programmed For Non-talkback Scan74................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Nuisance Channel74................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring A Nuisance Channel74................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Priorities Status While Scan Is On75................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring Priorities In A Scan List75................................................................................................................................................................
Hang Up (hub)75................................................................................................................................................................
Call Alert Paging76................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving A Call Alert Page76................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Call Alert Page77................................................................................................................................................................
In-call User Alert78................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Operation78................................................................................................................................................................
Sending An Emergency Alarm79................................................................................................................................................................
Sending An Emergency Call (trunking Only)79................................................................................................................................................................
Sending An Emergency Alarm With Emergency Call79................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Silent Emergency Alarm80................................................................................................................................................................
Special Considerations For Emergencies81................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Registration Service (ars)82................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Or Changing Ars Mode82................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The User Login Feature83................................................................................................................................................................
Logging In As A User83................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Out84................................................................................................................................................................
Text Messaging Service (tms)85................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Tms Feature85................................................................................................................................................................
Composing And Sending A New Text Message86................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Quick Text Message87................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Priority Status And Request Reply Features89................................................................................................................................................................
Appending Or Removing A Priority Status To A Text Message89................................................................................................................................................................
Appending Or Removing A Request Reply To A Text Message89................................................................................................................................................................
Appending A Priority Status And A Reply Request To A Text Message89................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Priority Status And A Reply Request From A Text Message90................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Text Messages90................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving A Text Message90................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Text Message From The Inbox91................................................................................................................................................................
Replying To A Received Text Message92................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Drafts Folder93................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Sent Text Messages93................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Sent Text Message93................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Sent Text Message94................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Text Messages95................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Operations95................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Encryption95................................................................................................................................................................
English95................................................................................................................................................................
Loading A Single Encryption Key95................................................................................................................................................................
Loading The Group Encryption Keys96................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Multikey Feature96................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting An Encryption Key (conventional Only)97................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Secure Transmission97................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Secure Feature98................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Keyset98................................................................................................................................................................
Erasing The Selected Encryption Keys98................................................................................................................................................................
Requesting An Over-the-air Rekey99................................................................................................................................................................
Mdc Over-the-air Rekeying (otar) Page99................................................................................................................................................................
Infinite Ukek Retention99................................................................................................................................................................
Hear Clear100................................................................................................................................................................
The Global Positioning System (gps)100................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The Gps Feature100................................................................................................................................................................
Enhancing Gps Performance101................................................................................................................................................................
The Outdoor Location Feature (using Gps)101................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Outdoor Location Feature102................................................................................................................................................................
Saving A Waypoint103................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Saved Waypoint104................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Alias Of A Waypoint105................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Coordinates Of A Waypoint105................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Single Saved Waypoint106................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting All Saved Waypoints107................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring The Distance And Bearing From A Saved Waypoint107................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Location Feature While In Emergency Mode108................................................................................................................................................................
Trunking System Controls108................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Failsoft System108................................................................................................................................................................
Going Out-of-range109................................................................................................................................................................
Smartzone109................................................................................................................................................................
Using Site Trunking Feature109................................................................................................................................................................
Locking And Unlocking A Site110................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Changing A Site110................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The Current Site110................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Current Site111................................................................................................................................................................
Trunked Announcement111................................................................................................................................................................
Initiating An Announcement112................................................................................................................................................................
Ignition Switch Options112................................................................................................................................................................
Blank112................................................................................................................................................................
Tx Inhibit112................................................................................................................................................................
Ptt Tx Inhibit112................................................................................................................................................................
Required113................................................................................................................................................................
Soft Power Off113................................................................................................................................................................
Ignition Only Power Up113................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Power Up113................................................................................................................................................................
Auto Power Off Timer114................................................................................................................................................................
Utilities114................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Recent Calls List114................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Power Level115................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Radio Profile115................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling The Display Backlight116................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Keypad Tones On Or Off116................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Voice Mute On Or Off117................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Time-out Timer117................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Conventional Squelch Operation Features118................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Options118................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Options118................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Pl Defeat Feature119................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Digital Ptt Id Feature119................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Smart Ptt Feature (conventional Only)119................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing General Radio Information120................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Radio Information120................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Ip Information121................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Control Assignments121................................................................................................................................................................
Using Siren, Pa And Light122................................................................................................................................................................
Using Keypad As Siren Type Selector122................................................................................................................................................................
Using Keypad As Light Type Selector122................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Public Address Button On The Keypad122................................................................................................................................................................
Using The External Public Address Button On The Keypad123................................................................................................................................................................
Using Optional External Alarms (horn And Lights)123................................................................................................................................................................
Using Non-permanent Horn And Lights123................................................................................................................................................................
Using Permanent Horn And Lights124................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Selected Alarms124................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving A Call While Alarms Are Turned On125................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Off Non-rearmable External Alarms125................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Off Rearmable External Alarms125................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Voice Announcement126................................................................................................................................................................
Helpful Tips127................................................................................................................................................................
Accessories129................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix: Maritime Radio Use In The Vhf Frequency Range130................................................................................................................................................................
Special Channel Assignments130................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Channel130................................................................................................................................................................
Non-commercial Call Channel130................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Frequency Requirements131................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary133................................................................................................................................................................
Commercial Warranty And Service137................................................................................................................................................................
Limited Warranty137................................................................................................................................................................

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