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Motorola ASTRO APX O5 User Manual

Motorola ASTRO APX O5 User Manual (168 pages)

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Brand: Motorola | Category: Two-Way Radio | Size: 4.45 MB
Table of contents
Menu Navigation4................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity12................................................................................................................................................................
Important Safety Information14................................................................................................................................................................
Software Version15................................................................................................................................................................
Consignes De Sécurité Importantes16................................................................................................................................................................
Version Logicielle17................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Software Copyrights18................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Copyrights19................................................................................................................................................................
Disclaimer20................................................................................................................................................................
Getting Started21................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Performance Enhancement22................................................................................................................................................................
Conventional Talkgroup And Radio Scan Enhancements23................................................................................................................................................................
Turning On The Radio24................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Volume25................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Radio Controls26................................................................................................................................................................
Programmable Features27................................................................................................................................................................
One Touch Button28................................................................................................................................................................
Assignable Settings Or Utility Functions31................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Preprogrammed Functions32................................................................................................................................................................
Home Button33................................................................................................................................................................
Dimmer Button34................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad35................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Characters – Uppercase Mode36................................................................................................................................................................
Mode.37................................................................................................................................................................
Mode38................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Characters – Hexadecimal Mode39................................................................................................................................................................
Push-to-talk (ptt) Button41................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Status Indicators42................................................................................................................................................................
Text Messaging Service (tms) Indicators45................................................................................................................................................................
Tms Menu Options46................................................................................................................................................................
Call Type Icons47................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-function Knob - Concentric Ring Led48................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Lighting Indicators49................................................................................................................................................................
Alert Tones50................................................................................................................................................................
General Radio Operation57................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving And Responding To A Radio Call58................................................................................................................................................................
Private Call (trunking Only)59................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving And Responding To A Telephone Call (trunking Only)60................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Private Call (trunking Only)61................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Telephone Call (trunking Only)62................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Between Repeater Or Direct Operation Button63................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Conventional Mode64................................................................................................................................................................
Advanced Features65................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Status Call67................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Zone Programming (dzp)69................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Control Head Features71................................................................................................................................................................
All Active Mode72................................................................................................................................................................
One Active Mode73................................................................................................................................................................
Contacts74................................................................................................................................................................
Making A Private Call From Contacts75................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A New Contact Entry76................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Contact To A Call List77................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Lists79................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Scan List Status80................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing And Changing The Priority Status81................................................................................................................................................................
Transmitting While The Scan Is On82................................................................................................................................................................
Restoring A Nuisance Channel83................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Hang Up Box (hub)84................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Call Alert85................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling In-call User Alert86................................................................................................................................................................
Quick Call Ii (astro P25 Digital Trunking And Conventional)87................................................................................................................................................................
Sending An Emergency Alarm88................................................................................................................................................................
Sending An Emergency Alarm With Emergency Call89................................................................................................................................................................
Emergencies90................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Or Changing The Ars Mode91................................................................................................................................................................
User Login Feature92................................................................................................................................................................
Text Messaging Service (tms)94................................................................................................................................................................
Composing And Sending A New Text Message95................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Quick Text Message96................................................................................................................................................................
Priority Status And Request Reply Of A New Text Message97................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Operations104................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Secure Feature105................................................................................................................................................................
Global Positioning System / Global Navigation Satellite System110................................................................................................................................................................
Gps Performance Enhancement111................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Outdoor Location Feature112................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Off Gps113................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing A Saved Waypoint114................................................................................................................................................................
Editing The Coordinates Of A Waypoint115................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Single Saved Waypoint116................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting All Saved Waypoints117................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring The Distance And Bearing From A Saved Waypoint118................................................................................................................................................................
Geofence (astro 25 Trunking System)119................................................................................................................................................................
Entering The Geofence Area120................................................................................................................................................................
Trunking System Controls121................................................................................................................................................................
Out-of-range Radio122................................................................................................................................................................
Site Display And Search Button123................................................................................................................................................................
Ignition Switch Options124................................................................................................................................................................
Tx Inhibit125................................................................................................................................................................
Using Emergency Power Up126................................................................................................................................................................
Voice Announcement127................................................................................................................................................................
Sending Ssa Notification To Single Site128................................................................................................................................................................
Sending Ssa Notification To Single Site Via Manual Entry129................................................................................................................................................................
Sending Ssa Notification To All Sites130................................................................................................................................................................
Sending Ssa Notification To All Available Sites131................................................................................................................................................................
Stopping Ssa Notification Of A Single Site Via Manual Entry132................................................................................................................................................................
Stopping Ssa Notification Of All Available Sites133................................................................................................................................................................
Low Voltage Threshold Warning135................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting The Power Level136................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Radio Profile137................................................................................................................................................................
Turning The Keypad Tones On Or Off138................................................................................................................................................................
Using Conventional Squelch Operation Features139................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Pl Defeat Feature140................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Ptt Feature (conventional Only)141................................................................................................................................................................
General Radio Information143................................................................................................................................................................
External Alarms (horn And Lights)145................................................................................................................................................................
Helpful Tips148................................................................................................................................................................
Accessories149................................................................................................................................................................
Frequency Range150................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Compliance For The Use Of Distress And Safety Frequencies153................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary154................................................................................................................................................................
Limited Warranty160................................................................................................................................................................
Ii. General Provisions161................................................................................................................................................................
Iii. State Law Rights162................................................................................................................................................................
Vi. Patent And Software Provisions163................................................................................................................................................................
Vii. Governing Law164................................................................................................................................................................
Service165................................................................................................................................................................

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Motorola ASTRO APX O5 User Manual

Motorola ASTRO APX O5 User Manual (152 pages)

Brand: Motorola | Category: Radio | Size: 22.12 MB
Table of contents
Control Head1................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Software Copyrights3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents6................................................................................................................................................................
Limited Warranty17................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Introduction21................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Configurations25................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Mount Configuration27................................................................................................................................................................
Multi Control Head33................................................................................................................................................................
Motorcycle Configurations34................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Standard Configurations35................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Mount: Power, Ignition, And Emergency Cable Installation49................................................................................................................................................................
Ignition Sense Switch (radio Wide Advance)51................................................................................................................................................................
Siren/pa Configuration/programming52................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Mounting53................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Mount With Trunnion57................................................................................................................................................................
W Radios Only58................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Mount Control Head Installation58................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Control Head Installation61................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Installation63................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Initial Control Head Id63................................................................................................................................................................
O3 Control Head And Remote Mount Cabling64................................................................................................................................................................
Locking Kit (optional)66................................................................................................................................................................
All Radios Except 100w66................................................................................................................................................................
W Radios66................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cables (transceiver And Control Head)67................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Locking Feature For High Power Chassis Power Cables67................................................................................................................................................................
O2, O3, O5, O7 Or O9 Control Head Power Cables70................................................................................................................................................................
Battery Selector Switch71................................................................................................................................................................
Antenna Installation72................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting An Antenna Site/location On A Metal Body Vehicle72................................................................................................................................................................
Mini-uhf Connection74................................................................................................................................................................
Gps Antenna Placement76................................................................................................................................................................
Gps Connection76................................................................................................................................................................
Speaker77................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Speaker Disassembly78................................................................................................................................................................
Microphone Hang-up Clip80................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Or O3 Control Head Hang-up Clip80................................................................................................................................................................
Rfid (option)80................................................................................................................................................................
Rfid Reading82................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Rfid (if Equipped)85................................................................................................................................................................
Completing The Installation86................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Universal Relay Controller Installation87................................................................................................................................................................
Universal Relay Controller Mounting87................................................................................................................................................................
O7/o9 Universal Relay Controller Cable Assembly89................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cable89................................................................................................................................................................
Ground Cable89................................................................................................................................................................
Wires90................................................................................................................................................................
O7/o9 To Urc Cable91................................................................................................................................................................
Dash-mount Accessory Installation93................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Options And Accessories Installation93................................................................................................................................................................
Dash-mount Emergency Pushbutton Or Footswitch Installation93................................................................................................................................................................
Remote-mount Accessory Installation94................................................................................................................................................................
Dash-mount Horn And Lights (external Alarms) Relays94................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Pushbutton Or Footswitch Installation95................................................................................................................................................................
Horn (external Alarm) Relay Installation96................................................................................................................................................................
Lights (external Alarm) Relay Installation96................................................................................................................................................................
Gunlock Installation96................................................................................................................................................................
Horn-ring Transfer97................................................................................................................................................................
Usb Data Cables98................................................................................................................................................................
Rs232 Cables98................................................................................................................................................................
Vehicle Interface Port Overview98................................................................................................................................................................
Vip Output Connections99................................................................................................................................................................
Vip Input Connections100................................................................................................................................................................
Compatibility Of Emergency When Attaching A Siren101................................................................................................................................................................
Accessory Connector Assembly Details (p2) (all Models Except 100w)102................................................................................................................................................................
Assembly103................................................................................................................................................................
Adapter Cable104................................................................................................................................................................
Memory And Three-day Secure Key Retention Option104................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Motorcycle Radio Installation105................................................................................................................................................................
Motorcycle Radio Description105................................................................................................................................................................
Transceiver Enclosure105................................................................................................................................................................
Control/display Unit105................................................................................................................................................................
Control Head Cable106................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Mic106................................................................................................................................................................
External Speaker106................................................................................................................................................................
Headset Capability106................................................................................................................................................................
Ignition Sense (acc) Wire106................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Overview107................................................................................................................................................................
Important Installation Hints108................................................................................................................................................................
Parts Identification109................................................................................................................................................................
Order Of Installation109................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Universal Mounting Plate110................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Speaker And Control Head111................................................................................................................................................................
Handlebar Installation With Speaker And Control Head Mounted Together112................................................................................................................................................................
Fuel Tank Console Installation With Speaker And Control Head Mounted Together113................................................................................................................................................................
Handlebar Installation With Speaker And Control Head Mounted Separately115................................................................................................................................................................
Fuel Tank Console Installation With Speaker And Control Head Mounted Separately116................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Antenna122................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Routing122................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Weather-resistant Enclosure125................................................................................................................................................................
Transceiver And Cabling Installation126................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Cabling In The Enclosure126................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Transceiver127................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Emergency Switch Option129................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The External Alarm Relay Option129................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Headset Accessory129................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The O5 Control Head Sunshield130................................................................................................................................................................
Horn/lights Wiring132................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Switch Wiring132................................................................................................................................................................
O5 Control Head133................................................................................................................................................................
Cable Connection133................................................................................................................................................................
O2 Control Head133................................................................................................................................................................
O3 Control Head133................................................................................................................................................................
O7 Control Head134................................................................................................................................................................
O9 Control Head134................................................................................................................................................................
Dust Cover Installation135................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Information136................................................................................................................................................................
Check Wiring Of Ignition And Radio Ignition Sensing137................................................................................................................................................................
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................................................................................................................................................................

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