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Motorola ASTRO W4 User Manual

Motorola ASTRO W4 User Manual (174 pages)

ASTRO Digital Spectra and Digital Spectra Plus  
Brand: Motorola | Category: Car Receiver | Size: 3.46 MB
Table of contents
Declaration Of Conformity20................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents25................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction29................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying Your Radio31................................................................................................................................................................
Control Head Operation32................................................................................................................................................................
Status Display33................................................................................................................................................................
Alert Tones33................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Operating Procedures37................................................................................................................................................................
Turn On The Radio37................................................................................................................................................................
Set The Volume39................................................................................................................................................................
Adjust Display Brightness40................................................................................................................................................................
Select A Zone Or Mode41................................................................................................................................................................
Select Or Change A Zone42................................................................................................................................................................
Select Or Change A Mode In The Current Zone43................................................................................................................................................................
Select Or Change To A Mode Not In The Current Zone44................................................................................................................................................................
Select The Home Mode45................................................................................................................................................................
Transmit (conventional Modes Only)46................................................................................................................................................................
Transmit (trunked Modes Only)46................................................................................................................................................................
Select Transmit Power Level48................................................................................................................................................................
Monitor Conventional Mode Activity49................................................................................................................................................................
Adjust The Squelch Level50................................................................................................................................................................
General Radio Features53................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Call And Alarm53................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Call53................................................................................................................................................................
Initiate An Emergency Alarm54................................................................................................................................................................
Initiate An Emergency Call55................................................................................................................................................................
Initiate An Emergency Call And Alarm57................................................................................................................................................................
Initiate A Silent Emergency Alarm59................................................................................................................................................................
Special Considerations For Emergencies60................................................................................................................................................................
Scan Operation61................................................................................................................................................................
Turn On Scan62................................................................................................................................................................
View A Scan List66................................................................................................................................................................
Transmit While Scan Is On68................................................................................................................................................................
Restore A Nuisance Mode (w7 And W9 Models Only)71................................................................................................................................................................
Program A Scan List74................................................................................................................................................................
Hang Up Box (hub)81................................................................................................................................................................
Optional External Alarms (horn And Lights)81................................................................................................................................................................
Activate The External Alarm(s)82................................................................................................................................................................
Change The Selected Alarms84................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving A Call While Alarms Are Turned On85................................................................................................................................................................
Time-out Timer88................................................................................................................................................................
Push-to-talk Identification (ptt-id)88................................................................................................................................................................
Conventional Radio Features89................................................................................................................................................................
Status Calls (digital Modes Only)89................................................................................................................................................................
Send A Status Call (models W7 And W9 Only)89................................................................................................................................................................
Send A Direct-entry Keyboard (dek) Status Digital Modes Only)92................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Ptt94................................................................................................................................................................
Conventional Talkgroup Calls94................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Modes Only94................................................................................................................................................................
Select A Conventional Talkgroup95................................................................................................................................................................
Conventional Talkaround97................................................................................................................................................................
Talk Direct (mobile-to-mobile)97................................................................................................................................................................
Trunking Operation99................................................................................................................................................................
Telephone Interconnect List99................................................................................................................................................................
Answer A Phone Call100................................................................................................................................................................
Initiate A Telephone Call From The List102................................................................................................................................................................
Unlimited Telephone Interconnect (models W7 And W9 Only)105................................................................................................................................................................
Call A Phone Number Not In The List105................................................................................................................................................................
Store A Number In The List107................................................................................................................................................................
Edit A Name In The List (models W7 And W9 Only)108................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Private Conversation (digital Modes Only)112................................................................................................................................................................
Answer An Enhanced Private Conversation Call112................................................................................................................................................................
Initiate An Enhanced Private Conversation Call115................................................................................................................................................................
View Your Unit Id Number120................................................................................................................................................................
Edit A Name In The List (w7 And W9 Models Only)124................................................................................................................................................................
Call Alert Page (digital Modes Only)127................................................................................................................................................................
Send A Call Alert128................................................................................................................................................................
Failsoft138................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Regrouping (digital Modes Only)140................................................................................................................................................................
Receive A Dynamic Regrouping Id Assignment (models W7 And W9 Only)140................................................................................................................................................................
Select Enable And Disable (digital Modes Only)141................................................................................................................................................................
Request A Dynamic Regrouping Models W7 And W9 Only) (digital Modes Only)141................................................................................................................................................................
Smartzone™ (models W7 And W9 Only)143................................................................................................................................................................
Site-button Operation144................................................................................................................................................................
Lock Onto A Site145................................................................................................................................................................
Site Trunking146................................................................................................................................................................
Out-of-range Indication146................................................................................................................................................................
Trunked Announcement147................................................................................................................................................................
Initiate An Announcement148................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Operation149................................................................................................................................................................
Receive A Private Message149................................................................................................................................................................
Transmit A Private Message151................................................................................................................................................................
System Considerations151................................................................................................................................................................
Loss Indication152................................................................................................................................................................
Select An Encryption Key (conventional Only)152................................................................................................................................................................
Select An Encryption Index (conventional Only)155................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting158................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary159................................................................................................................................................................
Commercial Warranty163................................................................................................................................................................
Limited Warranty163................................................................................................................................................................
Motorola Communication Products163................................................................................................................................................................
Index167................................................................................................................................................................
Motorola ASTRO W4 Service Manual

Motorola ASTRO W4 Service Manual (126 pages)

Digital Spectra® and Digital Spectra Plus Mobile Radios  
Brand: Motorola | Category: Radio | Size: 4.86 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Limited Warranty13................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Introduction17................................................................................................................................................................
Notations Used In This Manual17................................................................................................................................................................
Control Head Features18................................................................................................................................................................
Control Heads18................................................................................................................................................................
W3 Control Head18................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-1. Astro Digital Spectra/spectra Plus Basic Features18................................................................................................................................................................
W3 Controls19................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-1. Typical W3 Hand-held Control Head19................................................................................................................................................................
W4, W5, W7, And W9 Control Heads20................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-2. Typical W4 Rotary Control Head20................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-3. Typical W5 Pushbutton Control Head20................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-4. Typical W7 Pushbutton Control Head21................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-5. Typical W9 Pushbutton Control Head21................................................................................................................................................................
W4, W5, W7, And W9 Controls22................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-2. 12-button Keypad (w7 And W9)23................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Basic Maintenance25................................................................................................................................................................
Inspection25................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning25................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning External Plastic Surfaces25................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning Internal Circuit Boards And Components25................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Precautions26................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Theory Of Operation27................................................................................................................................................................
Sb9600 Serial Bus Interface27................................................................................................................................................................
Display Circuit27................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Side Keys And Top Keys28................................................................................................................................................................
Microphone Preamplifier And Ptt28................................................................................................................................................................
On-/off-hook Control29................................................................................................................................................................
Backlight Circuit29................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply29................................................................................................................................................................
Status Leds29................................................................................................................................................................
Jumper Selection29................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-1. W3 Jumper Selection29................................................................................................................................................................
Power On/off30................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous Functions30................................................................................................................................................................
W4, W5, And W7 Control Heads30................................................................................................................................................................
Power Switch/ignition30................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-1. Astro Spectra Control Head Block Diagram30................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-2. Types Of Operations30................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Regulator31................................................................................................................................................................
Microcomputer31................................................................................................................................................................
Interface Circuitry31................................................................................................................................................................
Reset32................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Busy32................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Bus Data32................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-3. Serial Data Bus Logic32................................................................................................................................................................
Push-to-talk (ptt)33................................................................................................................................................................
Hang-up Button (hub)33................................................................................................................................................................
Ignition Sense Circuitry33................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad Scan33................................................................................................................................................................
Vacuum Fluorescent (vf) Voltage Converter Circuitry33................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-4. Ptt Logic States33................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-5. Hub Logic States33................................................................................................................................................................
Vacuum Fluorescent Display Driver Ic34................................................................................................................................................................
Vacuum Fluorescent Display34................................................................................................................................................................
Backlight Leds34................................................................................................................................................................
W9 Control Head34................................................................................................................................................................
Display34................................................................................................................................................................
W9 Controls And Indicators35................................................................................................................................................................
Control Board35................................................................................................................................................................
Microprocessor35................................................................................................................................................................
Watchdog Timer35................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Transceiver36................................................................................................................................................................
Vacuum Fluorescent Voltage Converter36................................................................................................................................................................
Vehicle Interface Ports36................................................................................................................................................................
Ignition Sense Circuits36................................................................................................................................................................
Eeprom Write-protect Circuit37................................................................................................................................................................
Display Board37................................................................................................................................................................
Vf Display37................................................................................................................................................................
Vf Display Driver37................................................................................................................................................................
Default Jumper Settings37................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-6. Standard Jumper Configurations37................................................................................................................................................................
Vehicle Interface Port (vip)38................................................................................................................................................................
Vip Output Connections38................................................................................................................................................................
Dash-mount Installations38................................................................................................................................................................
Remote-mount Installations39................................................................................................................................................................
Vip Input Connections (remote-mount Only)39................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-2. Cabling Interconnect Diagram For Dash Mount39................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-3. Cabling Interconnect Diagram For Remote Mount39................................................................................................................................................................
W9 Control Heads40................................................................................................................................................................
Vip Input Connections40................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-7. Vip Output Connections40................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-8. Vip Input Connections40................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Test Equipment And Service Aids41................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Test Equipment And Service Aids41................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-1. Recommended Motorola Test Equipment And Service Aids41................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Troubleshooting43................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools And Supplies43................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-1. Required Tools And Supplies43................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 8 Schematics, Overlays, And Parts Lists43................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Waveforms44................................................................................................................................................................
Astro Digital Spectra Waveforms44................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Vacuum Fluorescent Display (w4, W5, And W7 Control Heads)47................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Display47................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Display47................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Remote Back-housing Interface Board47................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-1. Replacing The Vacuum Fluorescent Display47................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Remote Interconnect Board48................................................................................................................................................................
Low-/mid-power Radios48................................................................................................................................................................
High-power Radios48................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Control-head Board49................................................................................................................................................................
W3 Control Heads49................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-2. Model W4 Rotary Control Head Assembly Screw And Snap Sequence50................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-3. Models W5 And W7 Pushbutton Control Head Assembly Screw Sequence50................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 Exploded Views And Parts Lists50................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-4. W9 Control Head Control Board And Display Board52................................................................................................................................................................
W9 Pushbutton Control Head Exploded View52................................................................................................................................................................
Final Reassembly–w3 Control Head53................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Charts54................................................................................................................................................................
A.1 Basic Ordering Information121................................................................................................................................................................
A.2 Motorola Online121................................................................................................................................................................
A.3 Mail Orders121................................................................................................................................................................
A.4 Telephone Orders122................................................................................................................................................................
A.5 Fax Orders122................................................................................................................................................................
A.6 Parts Identification122................................................................................................................................................................
A.7 Product Customer Service122................................................................................................................................................................
Index123................................................................................................................................................................
Small Pushbutton Parts124................................................................................................................................................................
Large Pushbutton Parts124................................................................................................................................................................

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