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MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS 89FT4969 Radio portable 2 voies Guide de l’utilisateur

MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS 89FT4969 Radio portable 2 voies Guide de l’utilisateur

MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS 89FT4969 Guide de l’utilisateur de la radio portable à 2 voies

Guide de l’utilisateur pour les modèles MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS incluant : 89FT4969, AZ489FT4969, 89FT3850, AZ489FT3850, 89FT4969 Radio portable à 2 voies, Radio portable à 2 voies, Radio portable, Radio

MOTOTRBO XPR 3500 XPR3500e Limited Keypad Portable User Guide

Motorola Solutions, Inc

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Vibrate Style is enabled when the Vibrating Belt Clip is attached to the radio with a battery that supports the vibrate feature.
You can configure the vibrate style by performing one of the following actions.

· Press the programmed Vibrate Style button to access the Vibrate Style menu.

a. Press

or

to Short, Medium, or Long

and press to select. · Access this feature via the menu.

a. Press

to access the menu.

b. Press

or

to select.

to Utilities and press

c. Press press

or

to Radio Settings and

to select.

d. Press press

or

to Tones/Alerts and

to select.

e. Press

or

to Vibrate Style and

press to select.

f. Press

or

to Short, Medium, or Long

and press to select.

7.11.8
Alarm Tone Volume Escalation
Your radio can be programmed by your dealer to continually alert you when a radio call remains unanswered. This is done by automatically increasing the alarm tone volume over time. This feature is known as Escalert.

7.12
Dynamic Caller Alias
This feature allows a Caller Alias to be configured in the radio.
When in a call, the receiving radio displays the Caller Alias of the transmitting radio.
The Caller Aliases list can store up to 500 Caller Aliases of transmitting radio. You can view or make Private Calls

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from the Caller Aliases list. When you turn off your radio, the history of receiving Caller Aliases is removed from the Caller Aliases list.

7.12.1
Viewing the Caller Aliases List
You can access the Caller Aliases list to view the transmitting Caller Alias details.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2 Press

or

to select.

to Caller Aliases. Press

3

Press

or

to select.

to the preferred list. Press

4

Press

or

to select.

to View Details. Press

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Initiating Private Call From the Caller Aliases List
You can access the Caller Aliases list to initiate Private Call.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2 Press

or

to select.

to Caller Aliases. Press

3 Press

or

Alias>.

to the <required Caller

4 To call, press and hold the PTT button.

7.13
Call Log Features
Your radio keeps track of all recent outgoing, answered, and missed Private Calls. The call log feature is used to view and manage recent calls.

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Missed Call Alerts may be included in the call logs, depending on the system configuration on your radio. You can perform the following tasks in each of your call lists:
· Delete Call
· View Details

7.13.1
Viewing Recent Calls

1 Press

to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Call Log. Press to

3 Press

or

to the preferred list. The

options are Missed, Answered, and Outgoing lists.

Press to select. The display shows the most recent entry.

You can start a call with the alias or ID the display is currently showing by pressing the PTT button.

7.13.2
Deleting Calls from the Call List
Follow the procedure to delete calls from the Call list.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Call Log. Press to

3

Press

or

to select.

to the required list. Press

If the list is empty:

· A tone sounds.

· The display shows List Empty.

4 Press

or

to view the list.

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4 Press Press

or

to the required alias or ID.

to select.

5

Press

or

to select.

to Delete Entry?. Press

6 Do one of the following:

· Press to select Yes to delete the entry. The display shows Entry Deleted.

· Press

or

to No. Press to select.

The radio returns to the previous screen.

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2

Press

or

select.

to Call Log. Press to

3

Press

or

to select.

to the required list. Press

4 Press Press

or

to the required alias or ID.

to select.

5 Press

or

to select.

to View Details. Press

The display shows the call details.

7.13.3
Viewing Call List Details
Follow the procedure to view call details on your radio.

1 Press

to access the menu.

7.14
Call Alert Operation
Call Alert paging enables you to alert a specific radio user to call you back.
This feature is applicable for subscriber aliases or IDs only and is accessible through the menu using Contacts or a programmed One Touch Access button.
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7.14.1
Responding to Call Alerts
When you receive a Call Alert:
· A repetitive tone sounds.

Making Call Alerts by Using the Contacts List

1 Press

to access the menu.

· The yellow LED blinks.
· The display shows the notification list listing a Call Alert with the alias or ID of the calling radio.

2 Press

or

select.

to Contacts. Press to

Depending on the configuration by your dealer or system administrator, you can respond to a Call Alert by doing one of the following:
· Press the PTT button and respond with a Private Call directly to the caller.
· Press the PTT button to continue normal talkgroup communication. The Call Alert is moved to the Missed Call option at the Call Log menu. You can respond to the caller from the Missed Called log.
See Notification List on page 105 and Call Log Features on page 83 for more information.

3 Press Press

or

to the required alias or ID.

to select.

4

Press

or

select.

to Call Alert. Press to

The display shows Call Alert and the subscriber alias or ID. The green LED lights up.

5 Wait for acknowledgment.
· If the acknowledgment is received, the display shows a positive mini notice.

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· If the acknowledgment is not received, the display shows a negative mini notice.
7.14.3
Making Call Alerts
Follow the procedure to make Call Alerts on your radio.
1 Press the programmed One Touch Access button. The display shows Call Alert and the subscriber alias or ID. The green LED lights up.
2 Wait for acknowledgment. If the Call Alert acknowledgment is received, the display shows a positive mini notice. If the Call Alert acknowledgment is not received, the display shows a negative mini notice.
7.15

Mute Mode
Mute Mode provides an option to silence all audio indicators on your radio.
When Mute Mode is initiated, all audio indicators are muted except higher priority features such as emergency operations.
When Mute Mode is exited, your radio resumes playing ongoing tones and audio transmissions.
IMPORTANT: You can only enable either Face Down or Man Down one at a time. Both features cannot be enabled together.
7.15.1
Turning On Mute Mode
Follow the procedure to turn on Mute Mode.
Access this feature by using the programmed Mute Mode button.
The following occurs when Mute mode is enabled:
· Positive Indicator Tone sounds. · Display shows Mute Mode On.
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· The red LED light starts blinking and remains blinking until Mute Mode is exited.
· Display shows Mute Mode icon on home screen.
· Radio is muted.
· Mute Mode Timer begins counting down the duration that is configured.

7.15.2
Setting Mute Mode Timer
Mute Mode feature can be enabled for a pre-configured amount of time by setting the Mute Mode Timer. The timer duration is configured in the radio menu and can range between 0.5­6 hours. Mute Mode is exited once the timer expires.
If the timer is left at 0, the radio remains in Mute mode for an indefinite period until the programmed Mute Mode button is pressed.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4

Press

or

select.

to Mute Timer. Press to

5 Press

or

to edit the numeric value of

each digit, and press .

7.15.3
Exiting Mute Mode
This feature can be exited automatically once the Mute Mode Timer expires.
Do one of the following to exit Mute mode manually: · Press the programmed Mute Mode button. · Press the PTT button on any entry.
The following occurs when Mute mode is disabled: · Negative Indicator Tone sounds.

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· Display shows Mute Mode Off.
· The blinking red LED turns off.
· Mute Mode icon disappears from home screen.
· Your radio unmutes and speaker state is restored.
· If the timer has not expired, Mute mode timer is stopped.
NOTE: Mute Mode is also exited if the user transmits voice or switches to an unprogrammed channel.
7.16
Emergency Operation
An Emergency Alarm is used to indicate a critical situation. You are able to initiate an Emergency at any time even when there is activity on the current channel.
Your dealer can set the duration of a button press for the programmed Emergency button, except for long press, which is similar with all other buttons: Short Press
Duration between 0.05 seconds and 0.75 seconds.
Long Press Duration between 1.00 second and 3.75 seconds.

The Emergency button is assigned with the Emergency On/Off feature. Check with your dealer for the assigned operation of the Emergency button.
NOTE: If a short press to the Emergency button initiates Emergency mode, then a long press to the same enables the radio to exit Emergency mode.
If a long press to the Emergency button initiates Emergency mode, then a short press to the same enables the radio to exit Emergency mode.
Your radio supports three Emergency Alarms:
· Emergency Alarm
· Emergency Alarm with Call
· Emergency Alarm with Voice to Follow
NOTE: Only one of the Emergency Alarms above can be assigned to the programmed Emergency button.
In addition, each alarm has the following types:
Regular Radio transmits an alarm signal and shows audio and/or visual indicators.

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Silent Radio transmits an alarm signal without any audio or visual indicators. Radio receives calls without any sound through the speaker, until the programmed hot mic transmission period is over and/or you press the PTT button.
Silent with Voice Radio transmits an alarm signal without any audio or visual indicators, but allow incoming calls to sound through the speaker. If hot mic is enabled, the incoming calls sound through the speaker after the programmed hot mic transmission period is over. The indicators only appear once you press the PTT button.
7.16.1
Sending Emergency Alarms
This feature allows you to send an Emergency Alarm, a non-voice signal, which triggers an alert indication on a group of radios. Your radio does not display any audio or visual indicators during Emergency mode when it is set to Silent.
Follow the procedure to send Emergency Alarms on your radio.
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1 Press the programmed Emergency On button. You see one of these results:
· The display shows Tx Alarms and the destination alias.
· The display shows Tx Telegram and the destination alias.
The green LED lights up. The Emergency icon appears.
NOTE: If programmed, the Emergency Search tone sounds. This tone is muted when the radio transmits or receives voice, and stops when the radio exits Emergency mode. The Emergency Search tone can be programmed through CPS.
2 Wait for acknowledgment. If successful:
· The Emergency tone sounds.
· The red LED blinks.
· The display shows Alarm Sent.

If unsuccessful after all retries have been exhausted: · A tone sounds. · The display shows Alarm Failed. The radio exits the Emergency Alarm mode and returns to the Home screen.
7.16.2
Sending Emergency Alarms with Call
This feature allows you to send an Emergency Alarm with Call to a group of radios. Upon acknowledgement by a radio within the group, the group of radios can communicate over a programmed Emergency channel. Follow the procedure to send Emergency Alarms with call on your radio.
1 Press the programmed Emergency On button. You see the following: · The display shows Tx Telegram and the destination alias. The green LED lights up. The Emergency icon appears.

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NOTE: If programmed, the Emergency Search tone sounds. This tone is muted when the radio transmits or receives voice, and stops when the radio exits Emergency mode. The Emergency Search tone can be programmed by your dealer or system administrator.
2 Wait for acknowledgment. If successful: · The Emergency tone sounds. · The red LED blinks. · The display shows Alarm Sent. · Your radio enters the Emergency call mode when the display shows Emergency and the destination group alias.
3 Press the PTT button to make the call. The green LED lights up. The display shows the Group Call icon.
4 Do one of the following:
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· Wait for the Talk Permit Tone to end and speak clearly into the microphone if enabled.
· Wait for the PTT Sidetone to end and speak clearly into the microphone if enabled.
5 Release the PTT button to listen.
6 If the Channel Free Indication feature is enabled, you hear a short alert tone the moment the transmitting radio releases the PTT button, indicating the channel is free for you to respond. Press the PTT button to respond to the call.
7 To exit the Emergency mode once the call ends, press the Emergency Off button.
If you do not press the Emergency Off button to exit the Emergency mode, the red LED blinks and the radio stays in Emergency mode.
The radio returns to the Home screen.

Emergency Alarms with Voice to Follow
This feature allows you to send an Emergency Alarm with Voice to Follow to a group of radios. Your radio microphone is automatically activated, allowing you to communicate with the group of radios without pressing the PTT button. This activated microphone state is also known as hot mic.
If your radio has Emergency Cycle Mode enabled, repetitions of hot mic and receiving period are made for a programmed duration. During Emergency Cycle Mode, received calls sound through the speaker.
If you press the PTT button during the programmed receiving period, you hear a prohibit tone, indicating that you should release the PTT button. The radio ignores the PTT button press and remains in Emergency mode.
If you press the PTT button during hot mic, and continue to press it after the hot mic duration expires, the radio continues to transmit until you release the PTT button.

7.16.3

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If the Emergency Alarm request fails, the radio does not retry to send the request, and enters the hot mic state directly.
NOTE: Some accessories may not support hot mic. Check with your dealer or system administrator for more information.
7.16.4
Sending Emergency Alarms with Voice to Follow
1 Press the programmed Emergency On button. You see one of these results: · The display shows Tx Alarm and the destination alias. The green LED lights up. The Emergency icon appears.
2 Once the display shows Alarm Sent, speak clearly into the microphone. The radio automatically stops transmitting when:

· The cycling duration between hot mic and receiving calls expires, if Emergency Cycle Mode is enabled.
· The hot mic duration expires, if Emergency Cycle Mode is disabled.
The red LED blinks. The radio remains in Emergency mode.
3 Press the Emergency Off button to exit the Emergency mode. The radio returns to the Home screen.
7.16.5
Receiving Emergency Alarms
When you receive an Emergency Alarm: · A tone sounds. · The red LED blinks. · The display shows the Emergency icon, and the
Emergency caller alias or if there is more than one

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alarm, all emergency caller aliases are displayed in an Alarm List.

1 Do one of the following:

· If only one alarm, press to view more details.

· If more than one alarm, press

or

to

the required alias, and press details.

to view more

2 Press

to view the action options.

3 Press

and select Yes to exit the Alarm list.

4 Press

to access the menu.

5 Select Alarm List to revisit the Alarm list.

6 To return to home screen, perform the following actions:

a Press .

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b Press or to Yes.

c Press

to select.

The radio returns to the home screen and the display shows the Emergency icon.

7.16.6
Reinitiating Emergency Mode
Perform one of the following actions: · Change the channel while the radio is in
Emergency mode.
NOTE: You can reinitiate emergency mode only if you enable emergency alarm on the new channel. · Press the programmed Emergency On button during an emergency initiation or transmission state.
The radio exits the Emergency mode, and reinitiates Emergency.

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7.16.7
Exiting Emergency Mode After Sending the Emergency Alarm
This feature is only applicable to the radio sending the Emergency Alarm.
Your radio exits Emergency mode when:
· An acknowledgment is received (for Emergency Alarm only).
· All retries to send the alarm have been exhausted.
NOTE: If your radio is powered off, it exits the Emergency mode. The radio does not reinitiate the Emergency mode automatically when it is turned on again.
Follow the procedure to exit Emergency mode on your radio.
Do one of the following:
· Press the programmed Emergency Off button.
· Change the channel to a new channel that has no emergency system configured. The display shows No Emergency.

7.17
Text Messaging
Your radio is able to receive data, for example a text message, from another radio or a text message application.
There are two types of text messages, Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) Short Text Message and text message. The maximum length of a DMR Short Text Message is 23 characters. The maximum length of a text message is 280 characters, including the subject line. The subject line only appears when you receive messages from e-mail applications.
NOTE: The maximum character length is only applicable for models with the latest software and hardware. For radio models with older software and hardware, the maximum length of a text message is 140 characters. Contact your dealer for more information.
7.18
Privacy
This feature helps to prevent eavesdropping by unauthorized users on a channel by the use of a

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software-based scrambling solution. The signaling and user identification portions of a transmission are not scrambled.
Your radio must have privacy enabled on the channel to send a privacy-enabled transmission, although this is not a necessary requirement for receiving a transmission. While on a privacy-enabled channel, the radio is still able to receive clear or unscrambled transmissions.
Some radio models may not offer Privacy feature, or may have a different configuration. Check with your dealer or system administrator for more information.
Your radio supports two types of privacy, but only one can be assigned to your radio. They are:
· Basic Privacy
· Enhanced Privacy
To unscramble a privacy-enabled call or data transmission, your radio must be programmed to have the same Privacy Key for Basic Privacy, or the same Key Value and Key ID for Enhanced Privacy as the transmitting radio.
If your radio receives a scrambled call that is of a different Privacy Key, or different Key Value and Key ID, you either hear a garbled transmission for Basic Privacy or nothing at all for Enhanced Privacy.

On a privacy-enabled channel, your radio is able to receive clear or unscrambled calls, depending on how your radio is programmed. In addition, your radio may play a warning tone or not, depending on how it is programmed.
If the radio has a privacy type assigned, the Home Screen shows the Secure or Unsecure icon, except when the radio is sending or receiving an Emergency call or alarm.
The green LED lights up when the radio is transmitting, and blinks rapidly when the radio is receiving an ongoing privacy-enabled transmission.
NOTE: This feature is not applicable in Citizens Band channels that are in the same frequency.
7.18.1
Turning Privacy On or Off
Follow the procedure to turn privacy on or off on your radio.
1 Do one of the following: · Press the programmed Privacy button. Skip the proceeding steps.
· Press to access the menu.

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2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4 Press

or

to <required privacy>.

Press to select.
· If privacy is on, display shows beside Enabled.
· If privacy is off, display shows empty box beside Enabled.

You will not receive an acknowledgment if you press during Radio Enable or Radio Disable operation.
NOTE: Check with your dealer or system administrator for more information.

7.19.1
Disabling Radios
Follow the procedure to disable your radio.

1 Press the programmed Radio Disable button.

2 Press

or

to the required alias or ID.

7.19
Security
This feature allows you to enable or disable any radio in the system.
For example, you may want to disable a stolen radio to prevent unauthorized users from using it, and enable the radio when it is recovered.

3 Press

to select.

The display shows a transitional mini notice, indicating the request is in progress. The green LED blinks.

4 Wait for acknowledgment. If successful: · A positive indicator tone sounds.
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· The display shows a positive mini notice. If unsuccessful: · A negative indicator tone sounds. · The display shows a negative mini notice.

7.19.2
Disabling Radios by Using the Contacts List
Follow the procedure to disable your radio by using the Contacts list.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2 Press

or

select.

to Contacts. Press to

3 Press Press

or

to the required alias or ID.

to select.

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4 Press

or

to Radio Disable.

5 Press

to select.

The display shows a transitional mini notice, indicating the request is in progress. The green LED blinks.

6 Wait for acknowledgment. If successful: · A positive indicator tone sounds. · The display shows a positive mini notice. If unsuccessful: · A negative indicator tone sounds. · The display shows a negative mini notice.

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7.19.3
Disabling Radios by Using the Manual Dial
Follow the procedure to disable your radio by using the manual dial.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2 Press

or

select.

to Contacts. Press to

3

Press

or

select.

to Manual Dial. Press to

6 Press

to select.

The display shows a transitional mini notice, indicating the request is in progress. The green LED blinks.

7 Wait for acknowledgment. If successful: · A positive indicator tone sounds. · The display shows a positive mini notice. If unsuccessful: · A negative indicator tone sounds. · The display shows a negative mini notice.

4 Enter the subscriber ID, and press

to proceed.

5 Press

or

to Radio Disable.

7.19.4
Enabling Radios
Follow the procedure to enable your radio.

1 Press the programmed Radio Enable button.

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2 Press

or

to the required alias or ID.

3 Press

to select.

The display shows Radio Enable and the subscriber alias or ID. The green LED lights up.

4 Wait for acknowledgment. If successful: · A positive indicator tone sounds. · The display shows a positive mini notice. If unsuccessful: · A negative indicator tone sounds. · The display shows a negative mini notice.

7.19.5
Enabling Radios by Using the Contacts List
Follow the procedure to enable your radio by using the Contacts list.
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1 Press

to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Contacts. Press to

3 Press Press

or

to the required alias or ID.

to select.

4 Press

or

to Radio Enable.

5 Press

to select.

The green LED blinks. The display shows Radio Enable and the subscriber alias or ID. The green LED lights up.

6 Wait for acknowledgment. If successful: · A positive indicator tone sounds. · The display shows a positive mini notice. If unsuccessful:

· A negative indicator tone sounds. · The display shows a negative mini notice.

7.19.6
Enabling Radios by Using the Manual Dial
Follow the procedure to enable your radio by using the manual dial.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2 Press

or

select.

to Contacts. Press to

3

Press

or

select.

to Manual Dial. Press to

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4

Press

or

to select.

to Private Call. Press

The first text line shows Radio Number:.

5 Enter the subscriber ID, and press

to proceed.

6 Press

or

to Radio Enable.

7 Press

to select.

The green LED blinks. The display shows Radio Enable and the subscriber alias or ID. The green LED lights up.

8 Wait for acknowledgment. If successful: · A positive indicator tone sounds. · The display shows a positive mini notice. If unsuccessful: · A negative indicator tone sounds.

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· The display shows a negative mini notice.
7.20
Lone Worker
This feature prompts an emergency to be raised if there is no user activity, such as any radio button press or channel selection, for a predefined time. Following no user activity for a programmed duration, the radio pre-warns you using an audio indicator once the inactivity timer expires. If there is still no acknowledgment by you before the predefined reminder timer expires, the radio initiates an Emergency Alarm. Only one of the following Emergency Alarms is assigned to this feature: · Emergency Alarm · Emergency Alarm with Call
· Emergency Alarm with Voice to Follow The radio remains in the emergency state, allowing voice messages to proceed until action is taken. See Emergency

Operation on page 89 for more information on ways to exit Emergency.
NOTE: Check with your dealer or system administrator for more information.
7.21
Password Lock
You can set a password to restrict access to your radio. Each time you turn on your radio, you are asked to enter the password. Your radio supports a 4-digit password input. Your radio is unable to receive calls in locked state.
7.21.1
Accessing the Radio by Using Password
Turn on your radio.
1 Enter the four-digit password.

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a To edit the numeric value of each digit, press

or

. To enter and move to the next

digit, press .

2 Press

to confirm the password.

If you enter the password correctly, the radio powers up.
If you enter the wrong password after the first and second attempt, your radio shows the following indications:
· A continuous tone sounds. · The display shows Wrong Password.
Repeat step 1.
If you enter the wrong password after the third attempt, your radio shows the following indications:
· A tone sounds.
· The yellow LED double blinks. · The display shows Wrong Password and then, Radio
Locked.
· Your radio enters into locked state for 15 minutes.

NOTE: In locked state, your radio responds to inputs from the On/Off/Volume Control Knob and programmed Backlight button only.
Wait for the 15-minute locked state timer to end and then repeat step 1.
NOTE: If you turn off and turn your radio on again, the 15-minute timer restarts.
7.21.2
Unlocking Radios in Locked State
Your radio is unable to receive calls in locked state. Follow the procedure to unlock your radio in locked state.
Do one of the following:
· If the radio is powered on, wait for 15 minutes and then repeat the steps in Accessing the Radio by Using Password on page 102 to access the radio.
· If the radio is powered off, power up the radio. Your radio restarts the 15-minute timer for locked state. A tone sounds. The yellow LED double blinks. The display shows Radio Locked.

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Wait for 15 minutes and then repeat the steps in Accessing the Radio by Using Password on page 102 to access the radio.

7.21.3
Turning Password Lock On or Off
Follow the procedure to turn password lock on or off on your radio.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4

Press

or

select.

to Passwd Lock. Press to

5 Enter the current four-digit password. · Use a keypad microphone.
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· Press

or

to edit the numeric value of

each digit, and press to enter and move to the next digit. A positive indicator tone sounds for every digit pressed.

6 Press

to enter the password.

If the password is incorrect, the display shows Wrong Password and automatically returns to the previous menu.

7 Do one of the following:

· Press

or

to Turn On. Press to

select.

The display shows beside Turn On.

· Press

or

to Turn Off. Press to

select.

The display shows beside Turn Off.

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7.21.4
Changing Passwords
Follow the procedure to change passwords on your radio.

1 Press

to access the menu.

6

Press

or

select.

to Change PWD. Press to

7 Enter a new four-digit password, and press to proceed.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4

Press

or

select.

to Passwd Lock. Press to

5 Enter the current four-digit password, and press to proceed.
If the password is incorrect, the display shows Wrong Password and automatically returns to the previous menu.

8 Re-enter the new four-digit password, and press to proceed. If successful, the display shows Password Changed. If unsuccessful, the display shows Passwords Do Not Match.
The screen automatically returns to the previous menu.
7.22
Notification List
Your radio has a Notification list that collects all your unread events on the channel, such as unread text messages, telemetry messages, missed calls, and call alerts.

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The display shows the Notification icon when the Notification list has one or more events.

The list supports a maximum of 40 unread events. When the list is full, the next event automatically replaces the oldest event. After the events are read, they are removed from the Notification list.

For text messages, missed calls, and call alert events, the maximum number of notifications are 30 text messages and 10 missed calls or call alerts. This maximum number depends on individual feature (job tickets or text messages or missed calls or call alerts) list capability.

NOTE: Your radio suspends Scan when the Notification list
is displayed. Scanning resumes when your radio

exits the Notification list. Press

, or wait for

the menu timer to expire to exit the Notification list.

7.22.1
Accessing Notification List
Follow the procedure to access the Notification list on your radio.

1 Do one of the following:

· Press the programmed Notification button. Skip the steps below.

· Press to access the menu.

2 Press

to access the menu.

3

Press

or

to select.

to Notification. Press

4 Press

or

to select.

to the required event. Press

Long press

to return to the Home screen.

7.23
Auto-Range Transponder System
The Auto-Range Transponder System (ARTS) is an analog-only feature designed to inform you when your radio is out-of-range of other ARTS-equipped radios.

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ARTS-equipped radios transmit or receive signals periodically to confirm that they are within range of each other.
Your radio provides indications of states as follows:
First-Time Alert A tone sounds.
The display shows channel alias and In Range.
ARTS-in-Range Alert A tone sounds, if programmed.
The display shows channel alias and In Range.
ARTS-Out-of-Range Alert A tone sounds. The red LED rapidly blinks.
The display shows Out of Range alternating with the Home screen.
NOTE: Check with your dealer or system administrator for more information.
7.24
Over-the-Air Programming
Your dealer can remotely update your radio through Over-the-Air Programming (OTAP) without any physical

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connection. Additionally, some settings can also be configured by using OTAP. When your radio undergoes OTAP, the green LED blinks. When your radio receives high volume data: · The display shows the High Volume Data icon. · The channel becomes busy. · A negative tone sounds if you press the PTT button. When OTAP completes, depending on the configuration: · A tone sounds. The display shows Updating
Restarting. Your radio restarts by powering off and on again. · You can select Restart Now or Postpone. When you select Postpone, your radio returns to the previous screen. The display shows the OTAP Delay Timer icon until the automatic restart occurs. When your radio powers up after automatic restart: · If successful, the display shows Sw Update Completed.
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· If the program update is unsuccessful, a tone sounds, the red LED blinks once, and the display shows Sw Update Failed.
NOTE: If the programming update is unsuccessful, the software update failure indications appear every time you turn on your radio. Contact your dealer to reprogram your radio with the latest software to eliminate the software update failure indications.
See Checking Software Update Information on page 131 for the updated software version.
7.25
Wi-Fi Operation
This feature allows you to set up and connect to a WiFi network. Wi-Fi supports updates for radio firmware, codeplug, and resources such as language packs and voice announcement.
NOTE: This feature is applicable to XPR 3500e Bluetooth and Wi-Fi models only.
Wi-Fi® is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance®.

Your radio supports WEP/WPA/WPA2-Personal and WPA/ WPA2-Enterprise Wi-Fi networks.
WEP/WPA/WPA2-Personal Wi-Fi network Uses pre-shared key (password) based authentication.
Pre-shared key can be entered by using the menu or CPS/RM.
WPA/WPA2-Enterprise Wi-Fi network Uses certificate-based authentication.
Your radio must be pre-configured with a certificate.
NOTE: Check with your dealer or system administrator to connect to WPA/WPA2-Enterprise Wi-Fi network.
The programmed Wi-Fi On or Off button is assigned by default. Check with your dealer or system administrator to determine how your radio has been programmed.
Voice Announcements for the programmed Wi-Fi On or Off button can be customized through CPS according

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to user requirements. Check with your dealer or system administrator for more information.
NOTE: You can turn on or turn off Wi-Fi remotely by using a designated radio (see Turning Wi-Fi On or Off Remotely by Using a Designated Radio (Individual Control) on page 109 and Turning Wi-Fi On or Off Remotely by Using a Designated Radio (Group Control) on page 110). Check with your dealer or system administrator for more information.

7.25.1
Turning Wi-Fi On or Off

1 Press the programmed Wi-Fi On or Off button. Voice Announcement sounds Turning On Wi-Fi or
Turning Off Wi-Fi.

2 Access this feature using the menu.

a Press

to access the menu.

b Press

or

select.

to WiFi and press to

c Press

or

to select.

to Turn On and press

The radio displays Turning On WiFi.

7.25.2
Turning Wi-Fi On or Off Remotely by Using a Designated Radio (Individual Control)
You can turn Wi-Fi on or off remotely in Individual Control (One to One).
NOTE: Only radio with specific CPS setting supports this function, check with your dealer or system administrator for more information.

1 Do one of the following: · Long press the programmable button. Use the

keypad to enter the ID and press Proceed to step 3.

to select.

· Press

to access the menu.

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2

Press

or

select.

to Contacts and press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to WiFi Control and press

4 Press

or

to select On or Off.

5 Press

to select.

If successful, the display shows a positive mini notice. If unsuccessful, the display shows a negative mini notice.

7.25.3
Turning Wi-Fi On or Off Remotely by Using a Designated Radio (Group Control)
You can turn Wi-Fi on or off remotely in Group Control (One to Many).

NOTE: Only radio with specific CPS setting supports this function, check with your dealer or system administrator for more information.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Contacts and press to

3 Press

or

to select the required

subscriber alias or ID.

4 Press

or

to select.

to WiFi Control and press

5 Press

or

to select On or Off.

6 Press

to select.

If successful, the display shows Sent Successfully. If unsuccessful, the display shows a negative mini notice.

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7.25.4
Connecting to a Network Access Point
When you turn on Wi-Fi, the radio scans and connects to a network access point.
NOTE: The WPA-Enterprise Wi-Fi network access points are pre-configured. Check with your dealer or system administrator to determine how your radio has been programmed.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to WiFi and press to

3

Press

or

select.

to Networks and press to

4 Press press

or

to a network access point and

to select.

NOTE: For WPA-Enterprise Wi-Fi, if a network
access point is not preconfigured, the Connect option is not available.

5

Press

or

select.

to Connect and press to

6 For WPA-Enterprise Wi-Fi, password is configured by using RM.
If the preconfigured password is correct, your radio automatically connects to the selected network access point.
If the preconfigured password is incorrect, the display shows Authentication Failure, and automatically returns to the previous menu.

If the connection is successful, the radio displays a notice and the network access point is saved into the profile list.
If the connection is unsuccessful, the radio displays shows the failure notice screen momentarily and automatically returns to the previous menu.

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7.25.5
Checking Wi-Fi Connection Status
Press the programmed Wi-Fi Status Query button for the connection status by using Voice Announcement. Voice Announcement sounds Wi-Fi is Off, Wi-Fi is On but No Connection, or Wi-Fi is On with Connection.
· The display shows WiFi Off when the Wi-Fi is turned off.
· The display shows WiFi On, Connected when the radio is connected to a network.
· The display shows WiFi On, Disconnected when the Wi-Fi is turned on but the radio is not connected to any network.
Voice Announcements for the Wi-Fi status query results can be customized through CPS according to user requirements. Check with your dealer or system administrator for more information.
NOTE: The programmed Wi-Fi Status Query button is assigned by default. Check with your dealer or system administrator to determine how your radio has been programmed.

7.25.6
Viewing Details of Network Access Points
You can view details of network access points.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2 Press

or

select.

to WiFi and press to

3 Press press

or

to a network access point and

to select.

4 Press

or

to View Details and press

to select.
NOTE: WPA-Personal Wi-Fi and WPA-Enterprise Wi-Fi display different details of Network Access Points.

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WPA-Personal Wi-Fi For a connected network access point, your radio displays Service Set Identifier (SSID), Security Mode, Media Access Control (MAC) address, and Internet Protocol (IP) address.
WPA-Enterprise Wi-Fi For a connected network access point, your radio displays SSID, Security Mode, Identity, Extended Authentication Protocol (EAP) Method, Phase 2 Authentication, Cert Name, MAC address, IP address, Gateway, DNS1, and DNS2.

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Utilities
This chapter explains the operations of the utility functions available in your radio.
8.1
Keypad Lock Options
With this feature, you can avoid accidentally pressing buttons or changing channels when your radio is not in use. You can choose to either lock your keypad, channel selector knob, or both; depending on your requirements.
Your dealer can use CPS/RM to configure one of the following options:
· Lock Keypad
· Lock Channel Selector Knob
· Lock Keypad and Channel Selector Knob
Contact your dealer to determine how your radio has been programmed.

Enabling the Keypad Lock Option
The following steps are applicable for either Lock Keypad, Lock Channel Selector Knob, or Lock Keypad and Channel Selector Knob option depending on how your radio has been configured.
Press the programmed Keypad Lock button.
The display shows Locked.
8.1.2
Disabling the Keypad Lock Option
The following steps are applicable for either Lock Keypad, Lock Channel Selector Knob, or Lock Keypad and Channel Selector Knob option depending on how your radio has been configured.
Press the programmed Keypad Lock button.
The display shows Unlocked.

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8.2
Squelch Levels
You can adjust the squelch level to filter out unwanted calls with low signal strength or channels with noise higher than normal background.
Normal This is the default setting.
Tight This setting filters out unwanted calls and/or background noise. Calls from remote locations may also be filtered out.
NOTE: This feature is not applicable in Citizens Band channels that are in the same frequency.
8.2.1
Setting Squelch Levels
Follow the procedure to set the squelch levels on your radio.
1 Do one of the following:
· Press the programmed Squelch button. Skip the following steps.

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· Press to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4 Press

or

select.

to Squelch. Press to

5 Do one of the following:

· Press

or

to Normal. Press to

select.

The display shows beside Normal.

· Press

or

to Tight. Press to

select.

The display shows beside Tight.

The screen automatically returns to the previous menu.

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8.3
Power Levels
You can customize the power setting to high or low for each channel.
High This enables communication with radios located at a considerable distance from you.
Low This enables communication with radios in closer proximity.
NOTE: This feature is not applicable in Citizens Band channels that are in the same frequency.
8.3.1
Setting Power Levels
Follow the procedure to set the power levels on your radio.
1 Do one of the following: · Press the programmed Power Level button. Skip the steps below.

· Press to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4 Press

or

to Power. Press to select.

5 Do one of the following:

· Press

or

to High. Press to

select.

The display shows beside High.

· Press

or

to Low. Press

The display shows beside Low.

to select.

6 Long press

to return to the Home screen.

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8.4
Adjusting Display Brightness
Follow the procedure to adjust the display brightness on your radio.

1 Do one of the following:
· Press the programmed Brightness button. Skip the following steps.

· Press to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4 Press

or

select.

to Brightness. Press to

The display shows the progress bar.

5 Press

or

to decrease or increase the

display brightness. Press to select. The setting value is varied from 1 to 8.

8.5
Voice Operating Transmission
The Voice Operating Transmission (VOX) allows you to initiate a hands-free voice-activated call on a programmed channel. The radio automatically transmits, for a programmed period, whenever the microphone on the VOX-capable accessory detects voice.
NOTE: This feature is not applicable in Citizens Band channels that are in the same frequency.
You can enable or disable VOX by doing one of the following:
· Turn the radio off and then power it on again to enable VOX.
· Change the channel by using the Channel Selector knob to enable VOX.

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· Turn VOX on or off by using the programmed VOX button or menu to enable or disable VOX.
· Press the PTT button during radio operation to disable VOX.
NOTE: Turning this feature on or off is limited to radios with this function enabled. Check with your dealer or system administrator for more information.

8.5.1
Turning Voice Operating Transmission On or Off
Follow the procedure to turn VOX on or off on your radio.
1 Do one of the following: · Press the programmed VOX button. Skip the steps below.

· Press to access the menu.

2 Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

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3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4 Press

or

to VOX. Press to select.

5 Do one of the following:

· Press

or

to On. Press

The display shows beside On.

to select.

· Press

or

to Off. Press

The display shows beside Off.

to select.

NOTE: If the Talk Permit Tone is enabled, use a trigger word to initiate the call. Wait for the Talk Permit Tone to finish before speaking clearly into the microphone. See Turning Talk Permit Tone On or Off on page 121 for more information.

8.6
Setting Display Backlight Timer
You can set the display backlight timer of the radio as needed. The setting also affects the Menu Navigation Buttons and keypad backlighting accordingly. Follow the procedure to set the backlight timer on your radio.

1 Do one of the following:
· Press the programmed Backlight button. Skip the following steps.

· Press to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4 Press

or

select.

to Display. Press to

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5 Press

or

to select.

to Backlight Timer. Press

The display backlight and keypad backlighting are automatically turned off as the LED indicator is disabled. See Turning LED Indicators On or Off on page 123 for more information.

8.7
Turning Radio Tones/Alerts On or Off
You can enable and disable all radio tones and alerts, if needed, except for incoming Emergency alert tone . Follow the procedure to turn tones and alerts on or off on your radio.

1 Do one of the following:
· Press the programmed Tones/Alerts button. Skip the following steps.

· Press to access the menu.

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2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4

Press

or

to select.

to Tones/Alerts. Press

5 Press

or

select.

to All Tones. Press to

6 Press

to enable or disable all tones and alerts.

The display shows one of the following results:

· If enabled, appears beside Enabled.

· If disabled, disappears beside Enabled.

8.8

Turning Power Up Tone On or Off
Follow the procedure to turn Power Up Tone on or off on your radio.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4 Press

or

to select.

to Tones/Alerts. Press

5

Press

or

select.

to Power Up. Press to

6 Press

to enable or disable the Power Up Tone.

The display shows one of the following results:

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· If enabled, appears beside Enabled. · If disabled, disappears beside Enabled.

8.9
Setting Tones/Alerts Volume Offset Levels
This feature adjusts the volume of the tones or alerts, allowing it to be higher or lower than the voice volume. Follow the procedure to set the tones and alerts volume offset levels on your radio.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

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4

Press

or

to select.

to Tones/Alerts. Press

5

Press

or

select.

to Vol. Offset. Press to

6 Press

or

to the required volume offset

level.

A feedback tone sounds with each corresponding volume offset level.

7 Do one of the following:

· Press to select. The required volume offset level is saved.

· Press

to exit. The changes are discarded.

8.10
Turning Talk Permit Tone On or Off
Follow the procedure to turn Talk Permit Tone on or off on your radio.
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1 Press

to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4 Press

or

to select.

to Tones/Alerts. Press

5

Press

or

select.

to Talk Permit. Press to

6 Press

to enable or disable the Talk Permit Tone.

The display shows one of the following results:

· If enabled, appears beside Enabled.

· If disabled, disappears beside Enabled.

8.11
Setting Languages
Follow the procedure to set the languages on your radio.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4 Press

or

select.

to Languages. Press to

5 Press

or

to the required language.

Press to select.

The display shows beside the selected language.

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8.12
Turning LED Indicators On or Off
Follow the procedure to turn the LED indicators on or off on your radio.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4 Press

or

to select.

to LED Indicator. Press

5 Press

to enable or disable the LED indicator.

The display shows one of the following results:

· If enabled, appears beside Enabled.

· If disabled, disappears beside Enabled.

8.13
Turning Introduction Screen On or Off
You can enable and disable the Introduction Screen by following the procedure.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2 Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4

Press

or

select.

to Display. Press to

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5

Press

or

to select.

to Intro Screen. Press

8.14
Turning Voice Announcement On or Off
This feature enables the radio to audibly indicates the current zone or channel the user has just assigned, or the programmable button the user has just pressed.
This is typically useful when the user has difficulty reading the content shown on the display.
This audio indicator can be customized according to customer requirements. Follow the procedure to turn Voice Announcement on or off on your radio.
NOTE: The Voice Announcement feature can only be enabled through CPS. If enabled, the Text-toSpeech feature is automatically disabled.

1 Do one of the following:

· Press the programmed Voice Announcement button. Skip the following steps.

· Press to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4 Press Press

or

to Voice Announcement.

to select.

5 Press

to enable or disable Voice

Announcement.

· If enabled, appears beside Enabled.

· If disabled, disappears beside Enabled.

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8.15
Turning Automatic Call Forwarding On or Off
You can enable your radio to automatically forward voice calls to another radio.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4 Press

or

to select.

to Call Forward. Press

5 Do one of the following:

· Press

or

to enable Call Forwarding.

If enabled, appears beside Enabled.

· Press

or

to disable Call Forwarding.

If disabled, disappears beside Enabled.

8.16
Setting Menu Timer
You can set the time your radio stays in the menu before it automatically switches to the Home screen. Follow the procedure to set the menu timer.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4

Press

or

select.

to Display. Press to

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5

Press

or

select.

6 Press

or

to select.

to Menu Timer. Press to to the required setting. Press

3 Press

or

to select.

4

Press

or

select.

to Radio Settings. Press to Mic AGC-A. Press to

8.17
Turning Analog Microphone AGC On or Off
The Analog Microphone Automatic Gain Control (AGC) controls the microphone gain of the radio automatically while transmitting on an analog system. This feature suppresses loud audio or boosts soft audio to a preset value in order to provide a consistent level of audio. Follow the procedure to turn Analog Microphone AGC on or off on your radio.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2 Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

5 Press AGC.

to enable or disable Analog Microphone

The display shows one of the following results:

· If enabled, appears beside Enabled.

· If disabled, disappears beside Enabled.

8.18
Turning Digital Microphone AGC On or Off
The Digital Microphone Automatic Gain Control (AGC) controls the microphone gain of the radio automatically while transmitting on a digital system.

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This feature suppresses loud audio or boosts soft audio to a preset value in order to provide a consistent level of audio. Follow the procedure to turn Digital Microphone AGC on or off on your radio.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4 Press

or

select.

to Mic AGC-D. Press to

5 Press AGC.

to enable or disable Digital Microphone

The display shows one of the following results:

· If enabled, appears beside Enabled.

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8.19
Turning Intelligent Audio On or Off
Your radio automatically adjusts the audio volume to overcome current background noise in the environment, inclusive of both stationary and non-stationary noise sources. This is a receive-only feature and does not affect transmission audio. Follow the procedure to turn Intelligent Audio on or off on your radio.

1 Do one of the following:
· Press the programmed Intelligent Audio button. Skip the steps below.

· Press to access the menu.

2 Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

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3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4 Press

or

to select.

to Intelligent Audio. Press

5 Do one of the following:

· Press

or

to On. Press

The display shows beside On.

to select.

· Press

or

to Off. Press

The display shows beside Off.

to select.

8.20
Turning Acoustic Feedback Suppressor On or Off
The feature allows you to minimize acoustic feedback in received calls. Follow the procedure to turn Acoustic Feedback Suppressor on or off on your radio.

1 Do one of the following:
· Press the programmed AF Suppressor button. Skip the following steps.

· Press to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to select.

to Radio Settings. Press

4 Press

or

to select.

to AF Suppressor. Press

5 Do one of the following:

· Press to enable Acoustic Feedback Suppressor.

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· Press to disable Acoustic Feedback Suppressor.
If enabled, appears beside Enabled. If disabled, disappears beside Enabled.
8.21
General Radio Information
Your radio contains information on various general parameters. The general information of your radio is as follows: · Battery information. · Radio alias and ID. · Firmware and Codeplug versions. · Software update. · GNSS information.

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NOTE:

Press

to return to the previous screen. Long

press

to return to the Home screen. The radio

exits the current screen once the inactivity timer

expires.

8.21.1
Accessing Battery Information
Displays information of your radio battery.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3

Press

or

select.

to Radio Info. Press to

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4

Press

or

to select.

to Battery Info. Press

NOTE: For IMPRES batteries only: The display reads Recondition Battery when the
battery requires reconditioning in an IMPRES
charger. After the reconditioning process, the
display then shows the battery information.

The display shows the battery information.

NOTE: For non-supported battery, the display shows Unknown Battery.

· Press to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3

Press

or

select.

to Radio Info. Press to

4 Press

or

to My ID. Press to select.

The first text line shows the radio alias. The second text line shows the radio ID.

8.21.2
Checking Radio Alias and ID

8.21.3
Checking Firmware and Codeplug Versions

1 Do one of the following:
· Press the programmed Radio Alias and ID button. Skip the following steps. A positive indicator tone sounds.
You can press the programmed Radio Alias and ID button to return to the previous screen.

1 Press
2 Press select.

to access the menu.

or

to Utilities. Press to

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3

Press

or

select.

to Radio Info. Press to

4

Press

or

select.

to Versions. Press to

The display shows the current firmware and codeplug versions.

3

Press

or

select.

to Radio Info. Press to

4

Press

or

select.

to SW Update. Press to

The display shows the date and time of the latest software update.

8.21.4
Checking Software Update Information
This feature shows the date and time of the latest software update. Follow the procedure to check the software update information on your radio.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

Software Update menu is only available after at least one successful OTAP or Wi-Fi session. See Over-the-Air Programming on page 107 for more information.
8.22
Received Signal Strength Indicator
This feature allows you to view the Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) values.
The display shows the RSSI icon at the top right corner. See Display Icons for more information on the RSSI icon.

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8.22.1
Viewing RSSI Values

At the home screen, press
and immediately press seconds.

three times three times, all in 5

The display shows the current RSSI values.

To return to the home screen, press and hold

.

8.23
Front Panel Programming
You are able to customize certain feature parameters in Front Panel Programming (FPP) to enhance the use of your radio.
The following buttons are used as required while navigating through the feature parameters. Left/Right Navigation Button
Press to navigate through options horizontally or vertically, or increase or decrease values.
Menu/OK Button Press to select the option or enter a sub-menu.

Return/Home Button Short press to return to the previous menu or exit the selection screen.
Long press at any time to return to the Home screen.

8.24
Viewing Enterprise Wi-Fi Certificate Details
You can view the details of the selected Enterprise Wi-Fi Certificate.

1 Press

to access the menu.

2

Press

or

select.

to Utilities. Press to

3 Press

or

to Certificate Menu. Press

to select.

appears beside ready certificates.

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4 Press

or

to the required certificate.

Press to select.

Your radio displays the full details of the certificate.
NOTE: For unready certificates, the display shows only Status. This feature is applicable for XPR 3500e Bluetooth and Wi-Fi models only.

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Authorized Accessories List

Motorola Solutions provides a list of accessories to improve the productivity of your radio.

Table 7: Antenna

Part Number PMAD4116_ PMAD4117_ PMAD4118_ PMAD4119_ PMAD4120_ PMAD4121_ PMAE4069_

Description
VHF, 144­165 MHz, Helical Antenna
VHF, 136­155 MHz, Helical Antenna
VHF, 152­174 MHz, Helical Antenna
VHF, 136­148 MHz, Stubby Antenna
VHF, 146­160 MHz, Stubby Antenna
VHF, 160­174 MHz, Stubby Antenna
UHF, 400­450 MHz, Stubby Antenna

Part Number PMAE4070_
PMAE4071_
PMAE4079_

Description
UHF, 440­490 MHz, Stubby Antenna
UHF, 470­527 MHz, Stubby Antenna
UHF, 400­527 MHz, Slim Whip Antenna

Table 8: Batteries

Part Number

Description

PMNN4406_R PMNN4407_R PMNN4409_R PMNN4435_R PMNN4463_

Core Slim Li-Ion, 1600 mAh IP56 Battery
IMPRES Slim Li-Ion, 1600 mAh IP56 Battery
IMPRES Li-Ion Non-FM, 2250 mAh IP56 Battery
Li-Mn 1400 mAh low temp -30 °C IP67 Submersible Battery
Battery Li-Ion, IP57 2050 mAh

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Part Number PMNN4488_ PMNN4490_8
PMNN4491_
PMNN4493_
PMNN4543_ PMNN4544_

Description
IMPRES Li-Ion, 3000 mAh, IP68 Battery for Vibrating Belt Clip
IMPRES Li-Ion, 2900 mAh TIA4950 HAZLOC IP68 Battery
IMPRES Slim Li-Ion, 2100 mAh IP68 Battery
IMPRES Li-Ion, 3000 mAh IP68 Battery, low voltage
Core Li-Ion, 2450 mAh IP68 Battery
IMPRES Li-Ion, 2450 mAh IP68 Battery

Table 9: Carry Devices

Part Number

Description

PMLN4651_ PMLN5610_

Belt Clip for 2 in. Belt Width
2.5 in. Replacement Leather Swivel Belt Loop

Part Number PMLN5611_ PMLN5863_
PMLN5865_
PMLN5867_
PMLN5869_ PMLN7008_ PMLN7296_ RLN6486_ RLN6487_

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Description
3 in. Replacement Leather Swivel Belt Loop
Hard Leather Carry Case with 3 in. Fixed Belt Loop for Limited Keypad Radio
Hard Leather Carry Case with 3 in. Swivel Belt for Limited Keypad Radio
Hard Leather Carry Case with 2.5 in. Swivel Belt Loop for Limited Keypad Radio
Nylon Carry Case with 3 in. Fixed Belt Loop for Limited Keypad Radio
Belt Clip for 2.5 in. Belt Width
Vibrating Belt Clip for 2.5 in. Belt Width
Leather Radio Strap
Leather Radio Strap, Size XL

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Part Number RLN6488_

Description Anti-Sway Leather Radio Strap

Table 10: Chargers

Part Number

Description

EPNN9288_ HKVN4036_
NNTN7392_ NNTN7616_ NNTN7677_
NLN7967_
NNTN8045_
NNTN8117_ NNTN8224_

U.S. Switch Mode Power Supply
IMPRES Battery Fleet Management License Key
IMPRES Battery Reader
IMPRES Vehicular Charger
IMPRES Battery Fleet Management Multi-Unit Charger Interface Unit
Wall Mount Bracket for IMPRES Multi-Unit Charger
IMPRES Battery Fleet Management Single-Unit Charger Interface Unit
Core Single Unit Charger
Standard Single-Unit Charger with Power Supply, Linear PRC

Part Number NNTN8226_
NNTN8275_
NNTN8525_
WPLN4211_ WPLN4212_ WPLN4218_ WPLN4219_ WPLN4232_

Description
Standard Single-Unit Charger with Power Supply, Linear, 110 V ac US Plug
Standard Single-Unit Charger with Power Supply, Switch-Mode ­ 21 W, NA/LA
Travel Charger, Rapid Rate with Voltage Regulated Vehicular Charger Adapter, Custom Charger Base, Mounting Bracket, and Coil Cord
IMPRES Multi-Unit Charger, Base Only
IMPRES Multi-Unit Charger, US/NA Plug
IMPRES Multi-Unit Charger with Display, Base Only
IMPRES Multi-Unit Charger with Display, US/NA Plug
IMPRES Single-Unit Charger with Switch Mode Power Supply

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Part Number WPLN4243_
PMPN4174_
WPLN4253_

Description
IMPRES Single-Unit Charger, Base Only
IMPRES Single-Unit Charger CEC Compliant
LTD Single-Unit Charger IMPRES (SMPS NA/LA)

Table 11: Earbuds and Earpieces

Part Number

Description

AARLN4885_ PMLN4620_ PMLN5727_ PMLN5732_

Receive-Only Covered Earbud with Coiled Cord, for Remote Speaker Microphone
D-Shell Receive-Only Earpiece (One Size) for Remote Speaker Microphone
Earpiece In-Line Mic/PTT Swivel, MagOne
Earset with Boom Micrphone, MagOne

Part Number PMLN5733_ PMLN6757_ PMLN7396_ PMLN7560_ RLN4941_
RLN6511_
RLN6512_
RLN6513_

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Description
Earbud with In-Line Mic/PTT, MagOne
Adjustable D-Style with In-Line Mic and PTT
Adjustable Receive-Only Earpiece with Remote Speaker Microphone
Receive-Only Earpiece with Translucent Tube
Receive-Only Earpiece with Translucent Tube and Rubber Eartip for Remote Speaker Microphone
Clear EP7-Small Hearing Protectors [Sonic Defenders] Ultra Earplugs, 28 dB Noise reduction
Clear EP7-Medium Hearing Protectors [Sonic Defenders] Ultra Earplugs, 28 dB Noise reduction
Clear EP7-Large Hearing Protectors [Sonic Defenders] Ultra Earplugs, 28 dB Noise reduction

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Part Number WADN4190_

Description
Receive-Only Flexible Earpiece for Remote Speaker Microphone

Table 12: Headsets and Headset Accessories

Part Number

Description

PMLN5731_ PMLN6635_
PMLN6759_ PMLN6760_ PMLN6761_ PMLN6763_ PMLN7464_

Heavy Duty Headset, Noise Cancelling with In-Line PTT
Lightweight Over-the-Head Headset Single Muff with In-line Push-to-Talk and Boom Microphone
Temple Transducer
Next Generation Behind-the-Head Heavy Duty Headset Slim
Breeze Headset, MagOne
Next Generation Behind-the-Head Heavy Duty Headset, Slim TIA 4950
Over-the-Head Heavy Duty Headset, Slim

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Part Number PMLN7465_
RLN6490_
RLN6491_

Description
Over-the-Head Heavy Duty Headset/TIA, Slim
XBT Behind-the-Neck, Non-secure Wireless Heavy Duty Headset
XBT Overhead, Non-secure Wireless Heavy Duty Headset

Table 13: Remote Speaker Microphones

Part Number

Description

PMMN4071_
PMMN4073_ PMMN4075_ PMMN4076_ PMMN4108_

IMPRES Remote Speaker Microphone Large, Noise Cancelling with 3.5 mm Jack
IMPRES Remote Speaker Microphone Small with 3.5 mm Jack
Remote Speaker Microphone Small, No Emergency, IP57
Remote Speaker Microphone Small with 3.5 mm Jack
IMPRES Remote Speaker Microphone Windporting, IP67

Table 14: Surveillance Accessories

Part Number

Description

PMLN6754_ PMLN6755_ PMLN7269_ PMLN7270_

3-Wire Surveillance Kit with Quick Disconnect Adapter and Clear Acoustic Tube, Black
3-Wire Surveillance Kit with Quick Disconnect Adapter and Clear Acoustic Tube, Beige
2-Wire Surveillance Kit with Quick Disconnect Adapter and Clear Acoustic Tube, Black
2-Wire Surveillance Kit with Quick Disconnect Adapter and Clear Acoustic Tube, Beige

Table 15: Wireless

Part Number

Description

NNTN8125_

Non-secure Wireless Accessory Kit, Operational Critical Wireless Earpiece, standard pair, 12 in. Cable

Part Number NNTN8189_
NTN2572_ PMLN7052_
NNTN8295_ NNTN8294_ PMLN6462_ PMLN7696_ NNTN8385_
NNTN8296_

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Description
Non-secure Wireless Bluetooth Accessory Kit, Operational Critical Wireless Earpiece, 12 in. Cable, No Charger
Earpiece 12 in. Cable, for use with Bluetooth POD
Operations Critical Wireless 1-Wire Surveillance Kit with Translucent Tube
Non-secure Operational Critical Wireless Earbud with 45.7 in. Cable
Non-secure Operation Critical Wireless Earbud with 11.4 in. Cable
Non-secure Wireless Accessory Kit
Completely Discreet Earpiece Kit
Wireless Neckloop Y-adapter and retention hook for Completely Discreet Kit
Wireless Covert Kit, includes two sets of 2-Wire Earbuds (1 Black and 1 White), 1-Wire Earbud (Black),
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Part Number RLN6500_ RLN6550_ RLN6556_ PMLN7181_ PMLN7203_

Description
and a 3.5 mm Adapter to plug into any off-the-shelf headphones
Bluetooth Accessory Kit with NA Power Supply
Swivel Earpiece with In-line Microphone, Bluetooth Accessory Kit Pod, pack of 3
Flexible Earpiece with Boom Microphone, Bluetooth Pod, Charging Cradle
MOTOTRBO Bluetooth Acessory Kit, Flexfit Earpiece with NA Power Supply
Flexible Fit Swivel Earpiece with Boom Microphone, Bluetooth Accessory Kit Pod, Multipack, pack of 3

NOTE: Only applicable for XPR 3500e Bluetooth and Wi-
Fi models.

Table 16: Miscellaneous Accessories

Part Number

Description

HLN6602_ HLN9985_
NTN5243_
RLN4295_ RLN4570_ RLN4815_
1505596Z02
4280384F89
4200865599 0104058J40

Universal Chest Pack
Waterproof Bag, Includes Large Carry Strap
Adjustable Black Nylon Carrying Strap (Attaches to D-Ring on Carry Case)
Small Clip, Epaulet Strap
Break-A-Way Chest Pack
Universal Radio Pack and Utility Case, Fanny Pack
Replacement Strap for RLN4570_ and HLN6602_
Universal Radio Pack, Extension Belt
Wide Leather Belt, 1.75 in.
Dust Cover

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Maritime Radio Use in the VHF Frequency Range
Special Channel Assignments
Emergency Channel
If you are in imminent and grave danger at sea and require emergency assistance, use VHF Channel 16 to send a distress call to nearby vessels and the United States Coast Guard. Transmit the following information, in this order:
1 "MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY." 2 "THIS IS _____________________, CALL SIGN
__________." State the name of the vessel in distress 3 times, followed by the call sign or other identification of the vessel, stated 3 times.
3 Repeat "MAYDAY" and the name of the vessel. 4 "WE ARE LOCATED AT _______________________."
State the position of the vessel in distress, using any information that will help responders to locate you, e.g.:
· latitude and longitude

· bearing (state whether you are using true or magnetic north)
· distance to a well-known landmark
· vessel course, speed or destination
5 State the nature of the distress.
6 Specify what kind of assistance you need.
7 State the number of persons on board and the number needing medical attention, if any.
8 Mention any other information that would be helpful to responders, such as type of vessel, vessel length and/or tonnage, hull color, etc.
9 "OVER."
10 Wait for a response.
11 If you do not receive an immediate response, remain by the radio and repeat the transmission at intervals until you receive a response. Be prepared to follow any instructions given to you.
Non-Commercial Call Channel
For non-commercial transmissions, such as fishing reports, rendezvous arrangements, repair scheduling, or berthing information, use VHF Channel 9.
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Operating Frequency Requirements
A radio designated for shipboard use must comply with Federal Communications Commission Rule Part 80 as follows:
· on ships subject to Part II of Title III of the Communications Act, the radio must be capable of operating on the 156.800 MHz frequency.
· on ships subject to the Safety Convention, the radio must be capable of operating:
- in the simplex mode on the ship station transmitting frequencies specified in the 156.025­157.425 MHz frequency band, and
- in the semiduplex mode on the two frequency channels specified in the table below.
NOTE: Simplex channels 3, 21, 23, 61, 64, 81, 82, and 83 cannot be lawfully used by the general public in US waters.
Additional information about operating requirements in the Maritime Services can be obtained from the full text of FCC Rule Part 80 and from the US Coast Guard.

Table 17: VHF Marine Channel List

Channel Number
1 2 * 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13** 14 15**

Frequency (MHz)

Transmit

Receive

156.050

160.650

156.100

160.700

156.150

160.750

156.200

160.800

156.250

160.850

156.300

­

156.350

160.950

156.400

­

156.450

156.450

156.500

156.500

156.550

156.550

156.600

156.600

156.650

156.650

156.700

156.700

156.750

156.750

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156.800

156.800

17**

156.850

156.850

18

156.900

161.500

19

156.950

161.550

20

157.000

161.600

*

157.050

161.650

22

157.100

161.700

*

157.150

161.750

24

157.200

161.800

25

157.250

161.850

26

157.300

161.900

27

157.350

161.950

28

157.400

162.000

60

156.025

160.625

*

156.075

160.675

62

156.125

160.725

63

156.175

160.775

*

156.225

160.825

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65

156.275

160.875

66

156.325

160.925

67**

156.375

156.375

68

156.425

156.425

69

156.475

156.475

71

156.575

156.575

72

156.625

­

73

156.675

156.675

74

156.725

156.725

75

***

***

76

***

***

77**

156.875

­

78

156.925

161.525

79

156.975

161.575

80

157.025

161.625

*

157.075

161.675

*

157.125

161.725

*

157.175

161.775

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84

157.225

161.825

85

157.275

161.875

86

157.325

161.925

87

157.375

161.975

88

157.425

162.025

NOTE: * Simplex channels 3, 21, 23, 61, 64, 81, 82, and 83 cannot be lawfully used by the general public in US waters. ** Low power (1 W) only. *** Guard band.
NOTE: A ­ in the Receive column indicates that the channel is transmit only.

Declaration of Compliance for the Use of Distress and Safety Frequencies
The radio equipment does not employ a modulation other than the internationally adopted modulation for maritime

use when it operates on the distress and safety frequencies specified in RSS-182 Section 7.3.

Technical Parameters for Interfacing External Data Sources

Table 18: Technical Parameters for Interfacing External Data Sources

RS232

USB

SB9600

Input Voltage (Volts Peak-topeak)
Max Data Rate
Impedance

18 V
28 kb/s 5000 ohm

3.6 V
12 Mb/s 90 ohm

5 V
9.6 kb/s 120 ohm

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Batteries and Chargers Warranty
The Workmanship Warranty
The workmanship warranty guarantees against defects in workmanship under normal use and service.

All MOTOTRBO Batteries
IMPRES Chargers (Single-Unit and Multi-Unit, Non-Display)
IMPRES Chargers (MultiUnit with Display)

24 Months 24 Months
12 Months

The Capacity Warranty
The capacity warranty guarantees 80% of the rated capacity for the warranty duration.

Nickel Metal-Hydride (NiMH) or Lithium-Ion (Lilon) Batteries
IMPRES Batteries, When Used Exclusively with IMPRES Chargers

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Limited Warranty

MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS COMMUNICATION PRODUCTS

I. WHAT THIS WARRANTY COVERS AND FOR HOW LONG:
Motorola Solutions, Inc. ("Motorola Solutions") warrants the Motorola Solutions manufactured Communication Products listed below ("Product") against defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of time from the date of purchase as scheduled below:

Portable Radios
Product Accessories (Excluding Batteries and Chargers)

Two (2) Years One (1) Year

Motorola Solutions, at its option, will at no charge either repair the Product (with new or reconditioned parts), replace it (with a new or reconditioned Product), or refund the purchase price of the Product during the warranty

period provided it is returned in accordance with the terms of this warranty. Replaced parts or boards are warranted for the balance of the original applicable warranty period. All replaced parts of Product shall become the property of Motorola Solutions.
This express limited warranty is extended by Motorola Solutions to the original end user purchaser only and is not assignable or transferable to any other party. This is the complete warranty for the Product manufactured by Motorola Solutions. Motorola Solutions assumes no obligations or liability for additions or modifications to this warranty unless made in writing and signed by an officer of Motorola Solutions.
Unless made in a separate agreement between Motorola Solutions and the original end user purchaser, Motorola Solutions does not warrant the installation, maintenance or service of the Product.
Motorola Solutions cannot be responsible in any way for any ancillary equipment not furnished by Motorola Solutions which is attached to or used in connection with the Product, or for operation of the Product with any ancillary equipment, and all such equipment is expressly excluded from this warranty. Because each system which may use the Product is unique, Motorola Solutions

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disclaims liability for range, coverage, or operation of the system as a whole under this warranty.
II. GENERAL PROVISIONS
This warranty sets forth the full extent of Motorola Solutions responsibilities regarding the Product. Repair, replacement or refund of the purchase price, at Motorola Solutions option, is the exclusive remedy. THIS WARRANTY IS GIVEN IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES. IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. IN NO EVENT SHALL MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES IN EXCESS OF THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT, FOR ANY LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF TIME, INCONVENIENCE, COMMERCIAL LOSS, LOST PROFITS OR SAVINGS OR OTHER INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE SUCH PRODUCT, TO THE FULL EXTENT SUCH MAY BE DISCLAIMED BY LAW.

III. STATE LAW RIGHTS:
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LIMITATION ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY.
This warranty gives specific legal rights, and there may be other rights which may vary from state to state.
IV. HOW TO GET WARRANTY SERVICE
You must provide proof of purchase (bearing the date of purchase and Product item serial number) in order to receive warranty service and, also, deliver or send the Product item, transportation and insurance prepaid, to an authorized warranty service location. Warranty service will be provided by Motorola Solutions through one of its authorized warranty service locations. If you first contact the company which sold you the Product (for example, dealer or communication service provider), it can facilitate your obtaining warranty service. You can also call Motorola Solutions at 1-800-927-2744.

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V. WHAT THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER
1 Defects or damage resulting from use of the Product in other than its normal and customary manner.
2 Defects or damage from misuse, accident, water, or neglect.
3 Defects or damage from improper testing, operation, maintenance, installation, alteration, modification, or adjustment.
4 Breakage or damage to antennas unless caused directly by defects in material workmanship.
5 A Product subjected to unauthorized Product modifications, disassembles or repairs (including, without limitation, the addition to the Product of nonMotorola Solutions supplied equipment) which adversely affect performance of the Product or interfere with Motorola Solutions normal warranty inspection and testing of the Product to verify any warranty claim.
6 Product which has had the serial number removed or made illegible.
7 Rechargeable batteries if:

· any of the seals on the battery enclosure of cells are broken or show evidence of tampering.
· the damage or defect is caused by charging or using the battery in equipment or service other than the Product for which it is specified.
8 Freight costs to the repair depot.
9 A Product which, due to illegal or unauthorized alteration of the software/firmware in the Product, does not function in accordance with Motorola Solutions published specifications or the FCC certification labeling in effect for the Product at the time the Product was initially distributed from Motorola Solutions.
10 Scratches or other cosmetic damage to Product surfaces that does not affect the operation of the Product.
11 Normal and customary wear and tear.
VI. PATENT AND SOFTWARE PROVISIONS
Motorola Solutions will defend, at its own expense, any suit brought against the end user purchaser to the extent that it is based on a claim that the Product or parts infringe a United States patent, and Motorola Solutions will pay

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those costs and damages finally awarded against the end user purchaser in any such suit which are attributable to any such claim, but such defense and payments are conditioned on the following:
1 Motorola Solutions will be notified promptly in writing by such purchaser of any notice of such claim,
2 Motorola Solutions will have sole control of the defense of such suit and all negotiations for its settlement or compromise, and
3 Should the Product or parts become, or in Motorola Solutions opinion be likely to become, the subject of a claim of infringement of a United States patent, that such purchaser will permit Motorola Solutions, at its option and expense, either to procure for such purchaser the right to continue using the Product or parts or to replace or modify the same so that it becomes non-infringing or to grant such purchaser a credit for the Product or parts as depreciated and accept its return. The depreciation will be an equal amount per year over the lifetime of the Product or parts as established by Motorola Solutions.
Motorola Solutions will have no liability with respect to any claim of patent infringement which is based upon the combination of the Product or parts furnished hereunder with software, apparatus or devices not furnished by

Motorola Solutions, nor will Motorola Solutions have any liability for the use of ancillary equipment or software not furnished by Motorola Solutions which is attached to or used in connection with the Product. The foregoing states the entire liability of Motorola Solutions with respect to infringement of patents by the Product or any parts thereof.
Laws in the United States and other countries preserve for Motorola Solutions certain exclusive rights for copyrighted Motorola Solutions software such as the exclusive rights to reproduce in copies and distribute copies of such Motorola Solutions software. Motorola Solutions software may be used in only the Product in which the software was originally embodied and such software in such Product may not be replaced, copied, distributed, modified in any way, or used to produce any derivative thereof. No other use including, without limitation, alteration, modification, reproduction, distribution, or reverse engineering of such Motorola Solutions software or exercise of rights in such Motorola Solutions software is permitted. No license is granted by implication, estoppel or otherwise under Motorola Solutions patent rights or copyrights.
VII. GOVERNING LAW
This Warranty is governed by the laws of the State of Illinois, U.S.A.

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Déclaration de conformité du fournisseur
Déclaration de conformité du fournisseur Règlement CFR 47, partie 2, section 2.1077(a) de la FCC
Partie responsable Nom : Motorola Solutions, Inc. Adresse : 2000 Progress Pkwy, Schaumburg, IL. 60196 Numéro de téléphone : 1 800 927-2744 Déclare par les présentes que le produit : Nom du modèle : XPR 3500/XPR 3500e est conforme aux réglementations suivantes : Partie 15, sous-partie B, section 15.107(a), 15.107(d) et section 15.109(a) des règlements de la FCC Appareil numérique de classe B En tant que périphérique d'ordinateur personnel, cet appareil est conforme aux dispositions de la partie 15 des règlements de la FCC. Son utilisation est assujettie aux deux conditions suivantes : 10

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1 Cet appareil ne doit pas causer d'interférence nuisible; et 2 Cet appareil doit accepter toute interférence reçue, y compris les interférences pouvant entraîner un
fonctionnement indésirable. AVIS : Cet équipement a fait l'objet de tests et a été déclaré conforme aux limites établies pour un appareil numérique de classe B, conformément à la section 15 des règlements de la FCC. Ces limites sont fixées afin d'offrir une protection suffisante contre des interférences nuisibles dans une installation résidentielle. Cet équipement génère, utilise et peut émettre de l'énergie de radiofréquence et, s'il n'est pas installé ou utilisé conformément aux instructions, il peut provoquer des interférences nuisibles aux communications radio. Cependant, il est impossible de garantir qu'il n'y aura aucune interférence dans une installation particulière. Si cet appareil cause une interférence nuisible à la réception de la radio ou de la télévision, ce qui peut être déterminé en éteignant et en allumant l'appareil, vous êtes encouragé à remédier à la situation en prenant une ou plusieurs des mesures suivantes : · Réorienter ou déplacer l'antenne réceptrice. · Augmenter la distance entre l'équipement et le récepteur. · Brancher l'appareil dans une autre prise sur un circuit différent de celui du récepteur. · Consulter le distributeur ou un technicien de radio ou de télévision chevronné pour obtenir de l'aide.
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Français canadien Pour un usage en fonction de la sélection du code de pays (appareils WLAN)
AVIS : La sélection du code de pays est pour les modèles non É.-U. seulement et n'est pas disponible sur tous les modèles américains. Conformément à la réglementation de la FCC, tous les produits Wi-Fi commercialisés aux États-Unis doivent être fixés sur des canaux fonctionnant aux États-Unis uniquement.
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Consignes de sécurité importantes
Radios bidirectionnelles portatives : exposition aux radiofréquences et sécurité du produit
MISE EN GARDE : Cette radio doit être utilisée à des fins professionnelles uniquement. Avant d'utiliser la radio, lisez le guide Radios bidirectionnelles portatives : exposition aux radiofréquences et sécurité du produit, qui contient d'importantes instructions de fonctionnement pour une utilisation sécuritaire et des informations sur l'exposition aux fréquences radioélectriques, dans le but d'assurer votre conformité aux normes et règlements en vigueur.
Toute modification effectuée à cet appareil sans l'autorisation explicite de Motorola Solutions peut annuler l'autorisation d'utiliser cet appareil.
Selon la réglementation d'Industrie Canada, cet émetteur radio ne peut être utilisé qu'avec une antenne dont le type et le gain maximal (ou minimal) sont approuvés par

Industrie Canada pour cet émetteur. Afin de limiter les interférences radio pour les autres utilisateurs, le type et le gain de l'antenne doivent être choisis de façon à ce que la puissance isotrope rayonnée équivalente (P.I.R.E.) ne soit pas plus forte qu'il ne le faut pour établir la communication. Cet émetteur radio a été approuvé par Industrie Canada pour utilisation avec une antenne approuvée par Motorola Solutions offrant le gain maximal autorisé et l'impédance requise pour le type d'antenne indiqué. Il est strictement interdit d'utiliser avec cet appareil tout type d'antenne ne figurant pas dans cette liste et présentant un gain supérieur au maximum indiqué pour le type.

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Avis aux utilisateurs (FCC)
Cet appareil est conforme à la partie 15 des règlements de la FCC d'après les conditions suivantes : · Cet appareil ne doit pas causer d'interférence nuisible. · Cet appareil doit accepter toute interférence reçue, y
compris les interférences pouvant entraîner un fonctionnement indésirable. · Toute modification apportée à cet appareil sans l'autorisation explicite de Motorola Solutions peut annuler l'autorisation d'utiliser cet appareil.
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Avis aux utilisateurs (Industrie Canada)
Le fonctionnement de votre radio Motorola Solutions est assujetti à la Loi sur la radiocommunication et doit se conformer aux règles et règlements du ministère Innovation, Sciences et Développement économique Canada du gouvernement fédéral. Industrie Canada exige que les utilisateurs de fréquences mobiles terrestres privées obtiennent une licence avant d'utiliser leur équipement.

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