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MN006181A01-AB Contents Contents Documentation Copyrights........................................................................................ 4 Disclaimer.................................................................................................................... 5 Computer Software Copyrights................................................................................. 6 Batteries, Chargers, and Audio Accessories Safety Information...........................7 Operational Safety Guidelines.......................................................................................................7 Acoustic Safety..............................................................................................................................8 Radio Frequency Exposure Safety Standards......................................................... 9 Notice to Users..........................................................................................................10 Introduction............................................................................................................... 11 Package Content......................................................................................................................... 11 Chapter 1: Radio Overview...................................................................................... 12 Chapter 2: Getting Started........................................................................................13 2.1 Installing the Battery.............................................................................................................. 13 2.2 Connecting Wired Audio Accessory...................................................................................... 13 2.3 Turning the Radio On or Off.................................................................................................. 15 2.4 Adjusting the Volume.............................................................................................................15 2.5 Inserting and Removing the Swivel Belt Clip Holster.............................................................15 2.6 Transmitting and Receiving................................................................................................... 16 2.6.1 Talk Range...............................................................................................................17 2.7 Menu Setting..........................................................................................................................17 2.7.1 Operations Using Menu Settings............................................................................. 17 2.8 Selecting Channels................................................................................................................18 2.8.1 Default Channel Settings for CPS............................................................................18 2.8.2 LED Indicators......................................................................................................... 20 2.8.2.1 Volume LED...............................................................................................20 2.9 Monitoring Channels..............................................................................................................21 2.10 Scan.....................................................................................................................................21 2.10.1 Scanning Radio Channels..................................................................................... 21 2.11 Dynamic Talkaround Scan...................................................................................................21 2.12 Sending Call Tones............................................................................................................. 22 2.13 Muting the Radio..................................................................................................................22 2.14 Escalate Call........................................................................................................................22 Chapter 3: Battery and Charger...............................................................................23 3.1 Battery Specifications............................................................................................................ 23 3.2 Battery Life.............................................................................................................................23 2 MN006181A01-AB Contents 3.3 Removing the Li-Ion Battery.................................................................................................. 23 3.4 Power Supply, Adapter, and Drop-in Tray Charger...............................................................24 3.5 Stand-Alone Battery...............................................................................................................25 3.5.1 Charging a Stand-Alone Battery with the Drop-in Tray SUC................................... 25 3.5.2 Charging a Stand-Alone Battery with the Drop-in Tray MUC- Optional Accessory.................................................................................................................... 25 3.5.3 Estimated Charging Time........................................................................................ 26 3.6 Charging Radio with the Drop-in Tray SUC...........................................................................26 3.7 Charging with the Drop-In Tray MUC-Optional Accessory.................................................... 26 3.8 Charger LED Indications........................................................................................................27 3.9 Checking Battery Status........................................................................................................ 28 Chapter 4: Radio Programming through CPS........................................................ 29 4.1 Programming the Radio.........................................................................................................29 4.2 Factory Default Settings........................................................................................................ 30 Chapter 5: Radio Cloning......................................................................................... 33 5.1 Cloning Radio Settings.......................................................................................................... 33 5.2 Cloning Radios using the Cloning Cable............................................................................... 33 5.3 Cloning Radios using the Multi-Unit Charger.........................................................................34 5.4 Troubleshooting Cloning Mode..............................................................................................35 Chapter 6: Advanced Radio Configuration.............................................................36 6.1 Entering Advanced Radio Configuration Mode......................................................................36 Chapter 7: Troubleshooting..................................................................................... 37 7.1 Symptom and Solutions.........................................................................................................37 Chapter 8: Use and Care.......................................................................................... 40 Chapter 9: Radio Frequency and Code Chart.........................................................41 9.1 CLP446e Frequency List....................................................................................................... 41 9.2 CLPe PLUS Frequencies ......................................................................................................42 9.3 CTCSS/DPL Interference Eliminator Codes..........................................................................43 Chapter 10: Motorola Solutions Limited Warranty.................................................46 10.1 Warranty Information........................................................................................................... 46 10.2 V. WHAT THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER............................................................. 46 Chapter 11: Accessories.......................................................................................... 47 3 MN006181A01-AB Documentation Copyrights Documentation Copyrights No duplication or distribution of this document or any portion thereof shall take place without the express written permission of Motorola Solutions. No part of this manual may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose without the express written permission of Motorola Solutions. 4 MN006181A01-AB Disclaimer Disclaimer The information in this document is carefully examined, and is believed to be entirely reliable. However, no responsibility is assumed for inaccuracies. Furthermore, Motorola Solutions reserves the right to make changes to any products herein to improve readability, function, or design. Motorola Solutions does not assume any liability arising out of the applications or use of any product or circuit described herein; nor does it cover any license under its patent rights, nor the rights of others. 5 MN006181A01-AB Computer Software Copyrights Computer Software Copyrights The Motorola Solutions products described in this manual may include copyrighted Motorola Solutions computer programs stored in semiconductor memories or other media. Laws in the United States and other countries preserve for Motorola Solutions certain exclusive rights for copyrighted computer programs, including, but not limited to, the exclusive right to copy or reproduce in any form the copyrighted computer program. Accordingly, any copyrighted Motorola Solutions computer programs contained in the Motorola Solutions products described in this manual may not be copied, reproduced, modified, reverse-engineered, or distributed in any manner without the express written permission of Motorola Solutions. Furthermore, the purchase of Motorola Solutions products shall not be deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license under the copyrights, patents or patent applications of Motorola Solutions, except for the normal non-exclusive license to use that arises by operation of law in the sale of a product. 6

MN006181A01-AB Batteries, Chargers, and Audio Accessories Safety Information Batteries, Chargers, and Audio Accessories Safety Information This document contains important safety and operating instructions. Read these instructions carefully and save them for future reference. Before using the battery charger, read all the instructions and cautionary markings on: • the charger • the battery • the radio attached with battery 1 To reduce risk of injury, charge only the rechargeable Motorola Solutions-authorized batteries. Charging the other batteries may cause explosion, personal injury, and damage. 2 Use of accessories not recommended by Motorola Solutions may result in fire, electric shock, or injury. 3 To reduce damage to the electric plug and cord, pull by plug rather than the cord when disconnecting the charger. 4 An extension cord should not be used unless necessary. Use of an improper extension cord may result in fire and electric shock. If an extension cord must be used, make sure that the cord size is 18 AWG for lengths up to 2.0 m (6.5 feet), and 16 AWG for lengths up to 3.0 m (9.8 feet). 5 Do not operate the charger if it has been broken or damaged in any way. Take it to any qualified Motorola Solutions service representatives. 6 Do not disassemble the charger; it is not repairable and replacement parts are not available. Disassembly of the charger may result in risk of electrical shock or fire. 7 To reduce risk of electric shock, unplug the charger from the AC outlet before attempting any maintenance or cleaning. Operational Safety Guidelines • Turn off the radio while charging. • The charger is not suitable for outdoor. Use only in dry locations or conditions. • Connect charger to an appropriately fused and wired supply of the correct voltage (as specified on the product only). • Disconnect charger from line voltage by removing main plug. • Connect the equipment to an outlet which is easy to access and near. • For equipment using fuses, replacements must comply with the type and rating specified in the equipment instructions. • Maximum ambient temperature around the power supply equipment must not exceed 40 °C (104 °F). • Power output from the power supply unit must not exceed the ratings stated on the product label located at the bottom of the charger. • Make sure the cord is not stepped on, tripped over, subjected to water, damage, or stress. 7

MN006181A01-AB Batteries, Chargers, and Audio Accessories Safety Information Acoustic Safety CAUTION: Exposure to loud noises from any source for extended periods of time may temporarily or permanently affect your hearing. The louder the radio volume, the less time is required before your hearing can be affected. Hearing damage from loud noises is sometimes undetectable at first and can have a cumulative effect. To protect your hearing: • Use the lowest volume necessary to do your job. • Increase the volume only if you are in noisy surroundings. • Reduce the volume before connecting headset or earpiece. • Limit the amount of time you use headsets or earpieces at high volume. • If you experience hearing discomfort, ringing in your ears, or speeches that are muffled, you should stop listening to your radio through your headset or earpiece, and have your hearing checked by your doctor. 8 MN006181A01-AB Radio Frequency Exposure Safety Standards Radio Frequency Exposure Safety Standards Product Safety and RF Exposure Compliance. CAUTION: Before using the radio, read the operating instructions for safe usage contained in the Product Safety and RF Exposure booklet contained with your radio. ATTENTION! This radio is restricted to Occupational use only to satisfy FCC RF energy exposure requirements. Before using the radio, read the RF Energy Exposure and Product Safety Guide for Portable Two-Way Radios which contains important operating instructions for safe usage and RF energy awareness and control for Compliance with applicable standards and Regulations. For a list of Motorola Solutions-approved antennas, batteries, and other accessories, visit the following website: motorolasolutions.com/CLPe 9 MN006181A01-AB Notice to Users Notice to Users This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules per the following conditions: • This device may not cause harmful interference. • This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. • CAUTION: Changes or modifications made to this device, not expressly approved by Motorola Solutions, could void the authority of the user to operate this equipment. 10 MN006181A01-AB Introduction Introduction This user guide covers the operation of your radios. Your dealer or system administrator may have customized your radio for your specific needs. Check with your dealer or system administrator for more information. You can consult your dealer or system administrator about the following: • Is your radio programmed with any preset conventional channels? • Which buttons have been programmed to access other features? • What optional accessories may suit your needs? • What are the best radio usage practices for effective communication? • What maintenance procedures that helps promote longer radio life? Package Content This section provides information regarding package content for the radio. Your product package contains the following products and manuals: • CLPe Series Two-way Radio • Swivel Belt Clip Holster • Lithium-Ion Battery and Battery Door • Drop-In Tray Charger with Transformer1 • Audio Accessory • Audio Jack Cover • Quick Start Guide, RF Safety Booklet, RED Leaflet For product information, refer to learning.motorolasolutions.com. This user guide covers the following models:

Model Frequency Band Transmit Power Repeater Compatibility No. of Channels3

CLP446e PMR446 0.5 W No 164 CLPe PLUS UHF 1 W Yes 16 1 Applicable to non-multipack models only. 2 Applicable to non-multipack models only. 3 Expandable through the Customer Programming Software (CPS). 4 Where permitted by local country law. Restricted to 8 channels in Russia by law. 11 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 1: Radio Overview Chapter 1 Radio Overview This chapter explains the buttons and functions of the radio. Figure 1: Radio Controls 6 5 1

4 2 3 Item Number Description 1 Power and Battery button 2 Volume Control (+/-) and Mute button 3 Push-to-Talk (PTT) button 4 Smart Status Glow Ring 5 Menu button 6 Accessory Connector 12

MN006181A01-AB Getting Started Chapter 2 Getting Started This section helps you to get familiar with the basic operations of the radio. 2.1 Installing the Battery Procedure: 1 At the bottom of the battery door, lift the latch up and remove the battery door of the radio. 2 Align the battery contacts to the tabs of the battery compartment. 3 Insert the end with the battery contacts before pressing the battery down to secure in place. 4 Place the battery door on the radio and push the latch down to lock the battery door. Figure 2: Battery Installation 2.2 Connecting Wired Audio Accessory Prerequisites: Turn the radio off. Procedure: 1 Plug the audio accessory into the radio with the unlock icon on the audio accessory facing the front of the radio. Ensure the indicator on the audio accessory and the radio is aligned. 13 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 2: Getting Started 2 Turn the audio accessory plug until the lock icon on the plug is facing the front of the radio and the indicators are aligned. Figure 3: Connecting Wired Audio Accessory 3 Turn the radio on. 4 Press either the Battery Status, Menu, or Volume Control button to check for audio through the audio accessory. Table 1: Top LED Configuration if Wired Audio Accessory is not Connected or Removed User Mode LED Status Color

Turn on radio without an au dio accessory plugged in. Audio accessory removed while radio is on. 14 Solid Blue Red/purple blinks until an audio accessory is plugged in

MN006181A01-AB Chapter 2: Getting Started NOTICE: Lower the radio volume before placing the audio accessory in or near your ear. The CLPe Series radios offer various audio accessories. For detailed audio accessories list, refer to motorolasolutions.com/CLPe for information on approved accessories. 2.3 Turning the Radio On or Off Procedure: 1 To turn on the radio, press and hold the Power and Battery button until you hear a short tone and the Smart Status Glow Ring illuminates. 2 To turn off the radio, press and hold the Power and Battery button until you hear a short tone and the Smart Status Glow Ring indicator blinks once. 2.4 Adjusting the Volume Procedure: 1 To increase the volume, press the (+) button. NOTICE: Radio has 15 increments of volume. 2 To decrease the volume, press the (-) button. 2.5 Inserting and Removing the Swivel Belt Clip Holster The radios offer various flexible carrying accessories. For Motorola Solutions approved accessories list, refer to motorolasolutions.com/CLPe. Procedure: 1 To insert the radio into the holster, perform the following steps: a Slide the bottom of the radio into the holster. b Snap the top of the holster into the radio around the accessory connector. 2 To remove radio from the holster, pull either the top or bottom tab and pull the radio from the holster. 3 Make a small loop in the cord and pass the cord through the cord guide. Nest the cord in the U shaped groove and pull tight to lock the cord in place. 15 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 2: Getting Started Figure 4: Swivel Belt Clip Holster 1 2 Item Number Description 1 Cord Guide 2 U-Shaped Groove 4 Turn the belt clip to the position as needed. 2.6 Transmitting and Receiving Procedure: 1 To transmit calls, perform one of the following actions: • Press and hold the PTT button on the front of the radio. • Press and hold the PTT button on the wired audio accessory with the inline PTT button. 2 Speak clearly into the microphone on the audio accessory. 3 Release the PTT button to listen. 16 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 2: Getting Started 4 To receive calls, listen through the earpiece and press the PTT button to respond. 2.6.1 Talk Range Table 2: Talk Range

Model Application Range (Typi cal Cover age) Range

CLP446e Unit to Unit Up to 6 floors Up to 80,000 ft2 (7,400 m2) CLPe PLUS Unit to Unit Up to 10 floors Up to 100,000 ft2 (9,200 m2) With Repeater Up to 20 floors Up to 250,000 ft2 (23,200 m2) 2.7 Menu Setting Procedure: 1 To navigate through the menu settings, press the Menu button. 2 To exit the menu, short press the PTT button or wait for three seconds. 2.7.1 Operations Using Menu Settings This section explains operations using the menu settings. NOTICE: It is not necessary to wait for the voice prompt to be completed before continuing with pressing the next button. If you are in the menu mode, short press PTT or wait 3 seconds to exit the menu. Procedure: 1 Changing channel: a Press Menu button to navigate to Channel. b Press the (+) or the (-) button to change channel. 2 Entering Monitor Mode: a Press Menu button to navigate to Monitor. b Press the (+) to activate or the (-) button to deactivate monitor. 3 Entering Scan Mode: a Press Menu button to navigate to Scan. b Press the (+) to activate or the (-) button to deactivate scan. 4 Sending Call Tone: a Press Menu button to navigate to Call Tone. b Press the (+) or the (-) button to send call tone. Enabled through Customer Programming Software (CPS). 17 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 2: Getting Started 2.8 Selecting Channels Procedure: 1 Press the Menu button. You hear a voice prompt to change channel by pressing the (+) or (-) button. 2 Select the required channel. The LED indicates the color of the new channel. 3 Press the PTT button to confirm or the channel is activated after three seconds hang time. 2.8.1 Default Channel Settings for CPS The table describes the default channel settings for Customer Programming Software (CPS). Table 3: Channel Settings for CPS CLP446e5 Models and CLPe PLUS Models Channel LED Status Color 1 Red 2 Green 3 Yellow 4 Blue 5 Purple 5 Where permitted by local country law. Restricted to 8 channels in Russia by law. 18 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 2: Getting Started CLP446e5 Models and CLPe PLUS Models Channel LED Status Color 6 White 7 Aqua 8 Orange 9 Red White 10 Green White 11 Yellow White 12 Blue White 13 Purple White 14 White White 5 Where permitted by local country law. Restricted to 8 channels in Russia by law. 19 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 2: Getting Started CLP446e5 Models and CLPe PLUS Models Channel LED Status Color 15 Aqua White 16 Orange White NOTICE: Channel 9 to 16 is enabled through Customer Programming Software (CPS) configuration. 2.8.2 LED Indicators Feature LED Indicator Monitor mode Solid per channel color. Call tone Momentary solid per channel color. Scan Cycles through in clockwise direction with one LED lighting up at one time. LED color changes on the top slot when each cycle is completed. Turn on or off Top red and the remaining white LED illuminates briefly. Advanced radio configuration Blinking green. Audio jack feedback LED blinks blue when no accessory at power-up. LED blinks red and purple fast alternatively when accessory is unplugged. 2.8.2.1 Volume LED When volume is increased, Smart Status Glow Ring LED lights up in a clockwise direction from the bottom left to the bottom right of the LED ring. The followings are the three levels of LED brightness for each LED when volume is increased: • Dim • Medium • Maximum brightness 5 Where permitted by local country law. Restricted to 8 channels in Russia by law. 20

2.9 Monitoring Channels Procedure: MN006181A01-AB Chapter 2: Getting Started

1 To activate the monitor selection mode, press the Menu button and navigate to Monitor Selection. If the monitor is off, you hear a voice prompt to activate the monitor mode by pressing the + or - button. 2 Press + or - button to activate or deactivate the monitor mode. When the monitor mode is on, you hear static if no activity is present or audio if channel activity is present. 3 To engage the monitor mode, enable monitor through the menu and let the menu time out. 4 To exit the Monitor mode, press the PTT button. 2.10 Scan You can scan up to 16 channels on CLP446e and CLPe PLUS models. When the radio detects activity, it stops scanning and locks in on the active channel. This allows you to listen and talk to the person transmitting without changing channels. 2.10.1 Scanning Radio Channels Procedure: 1 To navigate to Scan mode, press the Menu button. If the scan is off, you hear a voice prompt to activate Scan by pressing the+ or - button. 2 To activate scan, press + or - button. When scan is on, you hear a voice prompt to deactivate Scan by pressing the + or - button. 3 To deactivate scan, press + or - button. 2.11 Dynamic Talkaround Scan This feature maximizes communication coverage for an on-site repeater enabled on two way radio systems. Dynamic Talkaround Scan is enabled on a repeater channel through the Customer Programming Software (CPS). The feature gives the radio the ability to scan the transmit and receive frequencies of a repeater channel. NOTICE: The feature is given higher priority than the scan mode. If the Dynamic Talkaround Scan and Scan are enabled on the home channel, then the radio can only support the Dynamic Talkaround Scan. This feature is only available in CLPe PLUS model. 21 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 2: Getting Started 2.12 Sending Call Tones Procedure: 1 To navigate to Call Tone, press the Menu button. 2 To transmit a selected call tone, press + or -. NOTICE: Six call tones are available. This feature is enabled through Customer Programming Software (CPS). 2.13 Muting the Radio The Mute Headset Volume setting is configured through Customer Programming Software (CPS). Procedure: 1 To lower or mute the headset volume, press and hold + or - button. You hear a "Mute" voice prompt from the radio. 2 To unmute the headset volume, press any buttons. You hear a "Unmute" voice prompt from the radio. 2.14 Escalate Call Escalate Call feature allows you to switch to Escalate Call Channel and send call tone on the Escalate Call Channel. To enable the Escalate Call feature, Escalate Call Channel must be configured in Customer Programming Software (CPS). Long press menu button activates the Escalate Call feature and automatically send Escalate Call Tone on Escalate Call Channel. The Escalate Call Hangtime starts after every call ends. Radio stays in Escalate Call Hangtime for a predefined period. Escalate Call ends when the hangtime expires and radio returns to the previous channel. The hangtime is configured through CPS. Pressing the PTT button during Escalate Call Hangtime allows you to talk on the channel. Escalate Call Hangtime restarts after the voice call is ended and you can receive calls from other radios on the Escalate Call Channel. Your radio follows the selected channel behavior except the call tone and no channel announcement upon switching to Escalate Call Channel. The call tone is configured through CPS by selecting one of the six call tones. To exit Escalate Call Channel before hangtime expires, short press either On, Off, Menu button, or long press Menu button. 22 MN006181A01-AB Battery and Charger Chapter 3 Battery and Charger This chapter describes the battery and charger feature for the radio. 3.1 Battery Specifications The radio comes equipped with a rechargeable Li-Ion battery. To ensure optimum capacity and performance, the battery should be charged before initial use. Battery life is determined by several factors. The critical ones are overcharging of batteries and the average depth of discharge each cycle. Typically, the greater the overcharge and the deeper the average discharge, the fewer cycles a battery lasts. For example, a battery which is overcharged and discharged 100 % for several times a day, lasts fewer cycles than a battery that overcharges less and is discharged to 50 % per day. Battery with minimal overcharge and has an average of 25 % discharge, lasts even longer. Motorola Solutions batteries are designed specifically to be used with a Motorola Solutions charger and vice versa. Charging batteries with non-Motorola Solutions equipment may lead to battery damage and void the battery warranty. Whenever possible, maintain the battery temperature to 77 °F (25 °C) (room temperature). Charging a cold battery (below 50 °F [10 °C]) may result in leakage of electrolyte and ultimate failure of the battery. Charging a hot battery (above 95 °F [35 °C]) results in reducing discharge capacity and affecting the performance of the radio. Motorola Solutions rapid-rate battery chargers contain a temperature-sensing circuit to ensure that batteries are charged within the temperature limits. 3.2 Battery Life The following table specifies the battery life based on 5 % transmit, 5 % receive, and 90 % standby (standard duty cycle). Table 4: Estimated Battery Life Model Estimated Battery Life CLP446e 20 hours CLPe PLUS 18 hours 3.3 Removing the Li-Ion Battery Prerequisites: Ensure the radio is turned off. Procedure: 1 At the bottom of the battery door, lift the latch up and remove the battery door of the radio. 2 Pull the battery away from the radio. 23 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 3: Battery and Charger Figure 5: Battery Removal 1 Item Number Description 1 Battery Latch 3.4 Power Supply, Adapter, and Drop-in Tray Charger The radio is packaged with one Drop-in Tray Charger with a transformer. NOTICE: Applicable to non-multipack models only. For information on accessories, see Accessories on page 47. Figure 6: Power Supply, Adapter, and Drop-in Tray Charger 24 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 3: Battery and Charger 3.5 Stand-Alone Battery The battery can be charged as a stand-alone battery. The battery is charged by using either a Single Unit Charger (SUC) or a Multi-Unit Charger (MUC). NOTICE: When acquiring additional chargers or power supplies, ensure that you have a similar drop-in tray chargers and power supplies sets. For more information on accessories, see Accessories on page 47. Figure 7: Stand-Alone Battery 1 Item Number Description 1 Micro-USB port 3.5.1 Charging a Stand-Alone Battery with the Drop-in Tray SUC Procedure: 1 To charge the battery, insert the connector of the power supply into the micro Universal Serial Bus (USB) port on the front of the drop-in tray charger. 2 Connect the power supply to a proper AC outlet. 3 Insert the battery into the tray, with the inside surface of the battery facing the front of the charger. See Stand-Alone Battery on page 25. 4 Ensure that the slots in the battery are correctly engaged in the charger. 3.5.2 Charging a Stand-Alone Battery with the Drop-in Tray MUC Optional Accessory Procedure: 1 Place the charger on a flat surface or mount it on the wall. 2 Insert the power cord plug into the jack on the MUC. 3 Plug the cord into an AC outlet and then into the charger. 25 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 3: Battery and Charger 4 Insert the battery into the charging pocket with the inside surface of the battery facing the front of the charger. 5 Ensure that the slots in the battery are correctly engaged in the charger. 3.5.3 Estimated Charging Time The following tables provide the estimated charging time of the battery. Table 5: Estimated Charging Time Charging Solution Standard Li-Ion Battery Single Unit Charger 5.5 hours Multi-Unit Charger 4 hours 3.6 Charging Radio with the Drop-in Tray SUC Procedure: 1 Place the drop-in Tray Single Unit Charger (SUC) on a flat surface. 2 Insert the connector of the power supply into the Micro USB port on the front of the drop-in tray charger. 3 Connect the correct power supply to a proper AC outlet. 4 Insert the radio with battery installed into the tray, facing down and making sure that the charging contacts on the charger are aligned with the contacts on the radio. Figure 8: Charging Radio NOTICE: When charging a battery attached to radio, ensure that the radio is turned off. You can enable or disable the radio to automatically turn off when radio is inserted into the charger feature through Customer Programming Software (CPS). 3.7 Charging with the Drop-In Tray MUC-Optional Accessory The Multi-Unit Charger (MUC) allows drop-in charging of up to six radios. Each of the six charging pockets can hold a radio with a battery installed. The MUC provides pockets for headset storage. 26 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 3: Battery and Charger Procedure: 1 Place the charger on a flat surface or mount it on the wall. 2 Insert the power cord plug into the jack on the MUC. 3 Plug the cord into an AC outlet and then into the charger. 4 Turn off the radio. NOTICE: When charging a battery attached to radio, ensure that the radio is turned off. You can enable or disable the radio to automatically turn off when radio is inserted into the charger feature through Customer Programming Software (CPS). 5 Insert the radio facing down with battery installed into the charging pocket, ensuring that the radio contacts are aligned with the MUC contacts. NOTICE: The battery can be charged by using the slot on the flat surface of the charging pocket. Figure 9: Charging Radios 3.8 Charger LED Indications On the drop-in charger, the radio charging pocket has an LED Charger. On the Multi-Unit Charger (MUC), each of the six charging pockets has an LED. NOTICE: You can clone up to two source radios and two target radios using MUC. For more information on cloning, see Radio Cloning on page 33 For part number details, see Accessories on page 47. Table 6: Charger LED Indicator Status LED Indication Battery is charging Steady Red Battery is fully charged Steady Green 27 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 3: Battery and Charger Status LED Indication Battery Fault6 Blinking Red 3.9 Checking Battery Status Procedure: Short press and release the Power and Battery button. The Smart Status Glow Ring and Voice Assisted Operation features show the radio battery status. Table 7: Battery Status Battery Level LED Indication Color High (50 –100%) Green Medium (20 – 50%) Yellow Low (3 – 20%) Red Critical (0 – 3%) Blinking Red The radio returns to the current channel color after indicating the battery status. 6 Re-seating the battery pack corrects this issue. 28 MN006181A01-AB Radio Programming through CPS Chapter 4 Radio Programming through CPS You can program or change features on your radios by using the Customer Programming Software (CPS) and the CPS Programming Cable. CPS is available for free as web based downloadable software at motorolasolutions.com/ CLPe. 4.1 Programming the Radio Prerequisites: Install the Computer Programming Software (CPS) on your computer. Ensure that the radio is turned on. Procedure: 1 Connect the radio by using the Drop-in Charger Tray or the Charging Pocket with PROG label on the Multi-Unit Charger and CPS Programming Cable7. Figure 10: Programming the Radio through a Single Unit Charger 7 CPS Programming Cable (P/N HKKN4027_) is an accessory sold separately. Contact your Motorola Solutions Point of Purchase for more information. 29 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 4: Radio Programming through CPS Figure 11: Programming the Radio through a Multi-Unit Charger 2 Set the cable switch to analog. 3 After the radio is connected, open the CPS and select Read on the toolbar to get the radio profile. You can change the general, audio, menu, channels, scan list, customized PL/DPL settings and select frequencies and PL/DPL codes on each channel. 4 To save the settings, select Write to radio on the toolbar. NOTICE: For more information on the CPS, see Help menu in the CPS. 4.2 Factory Default Settings Your radio is programmed at the factory to the following settings. Table 8: CLP446e Defaults

Channel Number Frequency Settings (MHz) Code Value (Hz) Bandwidth (kHz)

1 446.00625 67.0 12.5 2 446.01875 3 446.03125 4 445.04375 5 446.05625 6 446.06875 30

Channel Number Frequency Settings (MHz) 7 446.08125 8 446.09375 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 4: Radio Programming through CPS Code Value (Hz) Bandwidth (kHz)

Table 9: CLP446e Additional 8 Channels/Frequencies through CPS

Channel Number Frequency Settings (MHz) Code Value (Hz) Bandwidth (kHz)

9 446.00625 DPL754 12.5 10 446.01875 11 446.03125 12 445.04375 13 446.05625 14 446.06875 15 446.08125 16 446.09375 NOTICE: Restricted to 8 channels in Russia by law. Refer to User Guide. Only 446.0–446.1 MHz analog frequencies are available by default. 446.1–446.2 MHz analog frequencies should only be used in countries where these frequencies are allowed by government authorities. Table 10: CLPe PLUS

Channel Number Frequency Settings (MHz) Code Value (Hz) Bandwidth (kHz)

1 464.55 67.0 12.5 2 467.925 3 467.85 4 467.875 5 461.0625 6 461.1125 7 461.1625 8 461.2125 Table 11: CLPe PLUS Additional 8 Channels/Frequencies

Channel Number Frequency Settings (MHz) Code Value (Hz) Bandwidth (kHz)

9 461.2625 67.0 12.5 10 461.3125 11 461.3625 12 462.7875 31

MN006181A01-AB Chapter 4: Radio Programming through CPS Channel Number Frequency Settings (MHz) 13 462.8375 14 462.8875 15 464.4875 16 464.5375 32 Code Value (Hz) Bandwidth (kHz)

MN006181A01-AB Radio Cloning Chapter 5 Radio Cloning This feature allows you to clone radio settings from one radio to another. 5.1 Cloning Radio Settings You can copy the radio settings from the source to another radio. You can use one of the following unit chargers and cables for cloning: • CLP Series Single Unit Charger (SUC) kit part number IXPN4028_8 and CLP Series Cloning Cable kit part number HKKN4028_ (optional accessory). • Multi-Unit Charger (MUC) Kit Part Number IXPN4029_ (optional accessory) The MUC does not have to be plugged in for cloning, but both radios require charged batteries. 5.2 Cloning Radios using the Cloning Cable Prerequisites: • A fully charged battery on each radio. • Two Single-Unit Charger (SUC) Kits. • Both radios are turned off. • Source radio: Radio to be cloned. • Target radio: Radio to which the configuration of the source radio is to be copied. A radio which is programmed with the expanded frequencies (446.00625 MHz–446.19375 MHz) does not support cloning to legacy eight frequency radios. Figure 12: Cloning the Radio through a Single Unit Charger Procedure: 1 Unplug any cables such as power supply or micro USB cables from the SUC. 2 Plug one side of the cloning cable micro USB to one SUC and plug the other end to the second SUC. 8 Revision B onward 33 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 5: Radio Cloning NOTICE: Ensure the switch on the cloning cable is set to Legacy. During the cloning process, no power is applied to the SUC. The batteries cannot be charged. A data communication is established between the two radios. 3 Turn on the target radio and place it into one of the SUC. 4 To power the source radio, press and hold the PTT button and the - button simultaneously while turning on the radio until you hear the cloning tone. 5 To start the cloning process, place the source radio in its SUC with an audio accessory, then press and release the Menu button. If successful, the source radio sounds a good key chirp tone. If unsuccessful, the source radio sounds bonk tone. The tone sounds for no more than five seconds. 6 Turn the radios off and on to bring the radios to the user mode by exiting the clone mode when the cloning process is completed. NOTICE: When the radio is in clone mode, the Auto Power Off feature is not applicable. 5.3 Cloning Radios using the Multi-Unit Charger Prerequisites: • A fully charged battery on each radio. • CLP Series Multi-Unit Charger (MUC). • Both radios are turned off. • Source radio: Radio to be cloned. • Target radio: Radio to which the configuration of the source radio is to be copied. Procedure: 1 To put the source radio into clone mode, press and hold the source radio PTT button and the - button simultaneously while turning on the radio until you hear the cloning tone. 2 Place the source radio into one of the charging pockets that has the CLONE label. 3 Turn on the target radio and place it in the pairing charging pocket that has the CLONE label and start the cloning process. 4 To start the cloning process, press the Menu button on the source radio. The source radio generates the start clone tone. 5 To activate the radio, turn off and on the radios when cloning process is completed. 6 To clone another radio, repeat step 3 to step 5. 7 To exit clone mode on the source radio, turn off the radio. 34 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 5: Radio Cloning Figure 13: Cloning the Radio through a Multi-Unit Charger 5.4 Troubleshooting Cloning Mode When and where to use: The radio audible voice announces “Bonk” indicating that the cloning process has failed. In the event that cloning fails, perform each of the following steps before attempting to start cloning process again. Procedure: 1 Ensure that the batteries on both radios are fully charged and engaged properly on the radio. 2 Check the cloning cable connection on both Single-Unit Chargers (SUC). 3 Ensure that there is no debris in the charging tray or on the radio contacts and the radio contact is touching the SUC or MUC contact firmly. 4 Ensure that the Target Radio is turned on. 5 Ensure that the Source Radio is in cloning mode. 6 Ensure that the two radios are both from the same frequency band, same region and have the same transmission power. NOTICE: This cloning cable is designed to operate only with compatible Motorola Solutions SUC. When ordering cloning cable kit, refer to part number HKKN4028_. For more information about the accessories, see Accessories on page 47. 35 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 6: Advanced Radio Configuration Chapter 6 Advanced Radio Configuration Advanced Radio Configuration allows you to configure settings from a pre-programmed list without using a computer. Advanced Configuration Mode allows you to customize the following settings: • Channels • Frequencies • Codes (CTCC/DPL) Frequencies allow you to select frequencies for each channel. Codes help minimize interference by providing you with a choice of code combinations that filter out static, noise, and unwanted messages. 6.1 Entering Advanced Radio Configuration Mode Prerequisites: Turn the radio off. Procedure: 1 Press the PTT, + button and Power button simultaneously and hold for 3 to 5 seconds until you hear a sound and the voice prompt Programming Mode. The LED blinks green. 2 To select the settings you want to change, press the Menu button. The followings are the settings that you can change: • Channel (for multi-channel models) • Frequency • Code The voice announcements indicate the menu items and their current settings. 3 To change the settings, press the + or - button. 4 To go to the next menu item, press the Menu button. 5 To exit the Advanced Radio Configuration mode, press and hold the PTT button until you hear a sound. 36 MN006181A01-AB Troubleshooting Chapter 7 Troubleshooting The following table explains the ways to troubleshoot if the symptom occurred. 7.1 Symptom and Solutions Procedure: 1 If... Then... No power Recharge or replace the Li-Ion battery. NOTICE: Extreme operating tem peratures may affect battery life. See Battery Specifications on page 23.

Hearing other noises or conversation on a channel Frequency or Interference Eliminator Code may be in use. Perform one of the following actions: • Confirm Interference Eliminator Code is set. • Change frequencies or codes settings on all radios. • Ensure the radio is at the right frequency and code when transmitting.

Message Scrambled Scramble Code might be on or the setting does not match other radio settings. Change the settings through Customer Pro gramming Software (CPS). Audio quality not good enough Radio settings might not be match correctly. Check the frequencies, codes, and band widths to ensure the settings are the same in all radios. Limited talk range Perform one of the following actions: • Check for clear line of sight to improve transmission. Avoid being near steel, concrete structures, heavy foliage, build ings, or vehicles. • Change the placement of the radio. • To increase range and coverage, you can reduce obstructions or increase pow er. UHF radios provides greater cover age in industrial and commercial build 37 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 7: Troubleshooting If... Then... ings. Increasing power provides greater signal range and increased penetration through obstructions. Message not transmitted or received Perform one of the following actions: • Ensure the PTT button is completely pressed when transmitting. • Confirm that the radios have the same Channel, Frequency, Interference Eliminator Code, and Scramble Code settings. See Transmitting and Receiving on page 16. • Recharge, replace, or reposition batter ies. See Battery Specifications on page 23. • Change the radio placement. Obstruc tions and operating indoors, or in vehi cles, may interfere. • Verify that the radio is not in Scan mode. See Scanning Radio Channels on page 21. Heavy static or interference Radios are too close. Ensure the transmit ting and receiving radios are at least 5 ft (1.5 m) apart. Radios are too far apart or obstacles are in terfering with transmission. Low batteries Recharge or replace Li-Ion battery. NOTICE: Extreme operating tem peratures affect battery life. See Battery Specifications on page 23. Drop-in Charger LED light does not blink Perform one of the following actions: • Verify that the radio and battery is prop erly inserted. • Check the battery and charger contacts to ensure that they are clean and charg ing pin is inserted correctly. See Charging a Stand-Alone Battery with the Drop-in Tray SUC on page 25 and Charger LED Indications on page 27.

Battery does not charge although it has been placed in the drop-in charger for a while 38 Perform one of the following actions: • Verify the drop-in tray charger is properly connected and corresponds to a compat ible power supply. See Charging a Stand-Alone Battery with the Drop-in Tray SUC on page 25.

MN006181A01-AB Chapter 7: Troubleshooting If... Then... • Check the charger LEDs indicators to see if the battery has a problem. See Charger LED Indications on page 27. 39 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 8: Use and Care Chapter 8 Use and Care This chapter explains the maintenance of the radio. Use a soft damp cloth to clean the exterior Do not immerse in water Do not use alcohol or clean ing solutions If the radio is submerged in water: Turn the radio off and remove batteries Dry with soft cloth Do not use the radio until it is completely dry NOTICE: Radio is IP54 only when the dust cover or audio accessory is plugged into the connector. 40 MN006181A01-AB Radio Frequency and Code Chart Chapter 9 Radio Frequency and Code Chart The following tables shows the frequency information and are useful when using Motorola Solutions CLPe Series Two-Way Radios with other business radios. 9.1 CLP446e Frequency List Table 12: CLP446e Model Defaults Freq # Frequency Settings (MHz) Bandwidth (kHz) 1 446.00625 12.5 2 446.01875 12.5 3 446.03125 12.5 4 445.04375 12.5 5 446.05625 12.5 6 446.06875 12.5 7 446.08125 12.5 8 446.09375 12.5 Table 13: CLP446e Additional 8 Frequencies through CPS Freq # Frequency Settings (kHz) Bandwidth (kHz) 9 446.10625 12.5 10 446.11875 12.5 11 446.13125 12.5 12 446.14375 12.5 13 446.15625 12.5 14 446.16875 12.5 15 446.18125 12.5 16 446.19375 12.5 NOTICE: Restricted to 8 channels in Russia by law. Only 446.0–446.1 MHz analog fre quencies are available by default. 446.1–446.2 MHz analog frequencies should only be used in countries where these frequencies are allowed by government authorities. 41 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 9: Radio Frequency and Code Chart 9.2 CLPe PLUS Frequencies Table 14: CLPe Plus UHF Frequencies Frequencies can be edited from the frequency table via the CPS.

Freq# Freq (MHz) Band Width (kHz) Freq# Freq (MHz) Band Width (kHz)

1 464.5000 12.5 46 466.3375 12.5 2 464.5500 12.5 47 466.3625 12.5 3 467.7625 12.5 48 467.7875 12.5 4 467.8125 12.5 49 467.8375 12.5 5 467.8500 12.5 50 467.8625 12.5 6 467.8750 12.5 51 467.8875 12.5 7 467.9000 12.5 52 467.9125 12.5 8 467.9250 12.5 53 469.4875 12.5 9 461.0375 12.5 54 469.5125 12.5 10 461.0625 12.5 55 469.5375 12.5 11 461.0875 12.5 56 469.5625 12.5 12 461.1125 12.5 57 462.1875 12.5 13 461.1375 12.5 58 462.4625 12.5 14 461.1625 12.5 59 462.4875 12.5 15 461.1875 12.5 60 462.5125 12.5 16 461.2125 12.5 61 467.1875 12.5 17 461.2375 12.5 62 467.4625 12.5 18 461.2625 12.5 63 467.4875 12.5 19 461.2875 12.5 64 467.5125 12.5 20 461.3125 12.5 65 451.1875 12.5 21 461.3375 12.5 66 451.2375 12.5 22 461.3625 12.5 67 451.2875 12.5 23 462.7625 12.5 68 451.3375 12.5 24 462.7875 12.5 69 451.4375 12.5 25 462.8125 12.5 70 451.5375 12.5 26 462.8375 12.5 71 451.6375 12.5 27 462.8625 12.5 72 452.3125 12.5 28 462.8875 12.5 73 452.5375 12.5 29 462.9125 12.5 74 452.4125 12.5 30 464.4875 12.5 75 452.5125 12.5 31 464.5125 12.5 76 452.7625 12.5 42

Freq# Freq (MHz) Band Width (kHz) MN006181A01-AB Chapter 9: Radio Frequency and Code Chart Freq# Freq (MHz) Band Width (kHz)

32 464.5375 12.5 77 452.8625 12.5 33 464.5625 12.5 78 456.1875 12.5 34 466.0375 12.5 79 456.2375 12.5 35 466.0625 12.5 80 456.2875 12.5 36 466.0875 12.5 81 468.2125 12.5 37 466.1125 12.5 82 468.2625 12.5 38 466.1375 12.5 83 468.3125 12.5 39 466.1625 12.5 84 468.3625 12.5 40 466.1875 12.5 85 468.4125 12.5 41 466.2125 12.5 86 468.4625 12.5 42 466.2375 12.5 87 468.5125 12.5 43 466.2625 12.5 88 468.5625 12.5 44 466.2875 12.5 89 468.6125 12.5 45 466.3125 12.5 90 468.6625 12.5 9.3 CTCSS/DPL Interference Eliminator Codes Table 15: CTCSS/DPL Interference Eliminator Codes

CTCSS Code CTCSS/ DPL Code DPL Code DPL Code DPL Code

0 Disabled 24 151.4 47 54 71 243 95 445 1 67.0 25 156.7 48 65 72 244 96 464 2 71.9 26 162.2 49 71 73 245 97 465 3 74.4 27 167.9 50 72 74 251 98 466 4 77.0 28 173.8 51 73 75 261 99 503 5 79.7 29 179.9 52 74 76 263 100 506 6 82.5 30 186.2 53 114 77 265 101 516 7 85.4 31 192.8 54 115 78 271 102 532 8 88.5 32 203.5 55 116 79 306 103 546 9 91.5 33 210.7 56 125 80 311 104 565 10 94.8 34 218.1 57 131 81 315 105 606 11 97.4 35 225.7 58 132 82 331 106 612 12 100.0 36 233.6 59 134 83 343 107 624 13 103.5 37 241.8 60 143 84 346 108 627 14 107.2 38 250.3 61 152 85 351 109 631 15 110.9 122 69.3 62 155 86 364 110 632 43 MN006181A01-AB Chapter 9: Radio Frequency and Code Chart

CTCSS Code CTCSS/ DPL Code DPL Code DPL Code DPL Code

16 114.8 39 23.0 63 156 87 365 111 654 17 118.8 40 25.0 64 162 88 371 112 662 18 123.0 41 26.0 65 165 89 411 113 664 19 127.3 42 31.0 66 172 90 412 114 703 20 131.8 43 32.0 67 174 91 413 115 712 21 136.5 44 43.0 68 205 92 423 116 723 22 141.3 45 47.0 69 223 93 431 117 731 23 146.2 46 51.0 70 226 94 432 118 732 119 734 Table 16: CTCSS/DPL Interference Eliminator Codes (Continued) DPL Code DPL Code DPL Code DPL Code

120 743 146 Inverted DPL 55 121 754 147 Inverted DPL 56 123 645 148 Inverted DPL 57 171 Inverted DPL 80 195 Inverted DPL 104 172 Inverted DPL 81 196 Inverted DPL 105 173 Inverted DPL 82 197 Inverted DPL 106

124 Cus tomized PL 125 Cus tomized PL 126 Cus tomized PL 127 Cus tomized PL 128 Cus tomized PL 129 Cus tomized PL 130 Inverted DPL 39 131 Inverted DPL 40 132 Inverted DPL 41 44 149 Inverted DPL 58 150 Inverted DPL 59 151 Inverted DPL 60 152 Inverted DPL 61 153 Inverted DPL 62 154 Inverted DPL 63 155 Inverted DPL 64 156 Inverted DPL 65 157 Inverted DPL 66 174 Inverted DPL 83 198 Inverted DPL 107 175 Inverted DPL 84 199 Inverted DPL 108 176 Inverted DPL 85 200 Inverted DPL 109 177 Inverted DPL 86 201 Inverted DPL 110 178 Inverted DPL 87 202 Inverted DPL 111 179 Inverted DPL 88 203 Inverted DPL 112 180 Inverted DPL 89 204 Inverted DPL 113 181 Inverted DPL 90 205 Inverted DPL 114 181 Inverted DPL 90 206 Inverted DPL 115

MN006181A01-AB Chapter 9: Radio Frequency and Code Chart DPL Code DPL Code DPL Code DPL Code

133 Inverted DPL 42 134 Inverted DPL 43 135 Inverted DPL 44 136 Inverted DPL 45 137 Inverted DPL 46 138 Inverted DPL 47 139 Inverted DPL 48 140 Inverted DPL 49 141 Inverted DPL 50 158 Inverted DPL 67 159 Inverted DPL 68 160 Inverted DPL 69 161 Inverted DPL 70 162 Inverted DPL 71 163 Inverted DPL 72 164 Inverted DPL 73 165 Inverted DPL 74 166 Inverted DPL 75 182 Inverted DPL 91 207 Inverted DPL 116 183 Inverted DPL 92 208 Inverted DPL 117 184 Inverted DPL 93 209 Inverted DPL 118 185 Inverted DPL 94 210 Inverted DPL 119 186 Inverted DPL 95 211 Inverted DPL 120 187 Inverted DPL 96 212 Inverted DPL 121 188 Inverted DPL 97 213 Inverted DPL 123 189 Inverted DPL 98 214 Customized DPL 190 Inverted DPL 99 215 Customized DPL

142 Inverted DPL 51 143 Inverted DPL 52 144 Inverted DPL 53 145 Inverted DPL 54 167 Inverted DPL 76 168 Inverted DPL 77 169 Inverted DPL 78 170 Inverted DPL 79 191 Inverted DPL 100 192 Inverted DPL 101 193 Inverted DPL 102 194 Inverted DPL 103 216 Customized DPL 217 Customized DPL 218 Customized DPL 219 Customized DPL 45

MN006181A01-AB Chapter 10: Motorola Solutions Limited Warranty Chapter 10 Motorola Solutions Limited Warranty 10.1 Warranty Information The authorised Motorola Solutions dealer or retailer where you purchased your Motorola Solutions two way radio and/or original accessories will honour a warranty claim and/or provide warranty service. Please return your radio to your dealer or retailer to claim your warranty service. Do not return your radio to Motorola Solutions. To be eligible to receive warranty service, you must present your receipt of purchase or a comparable substitute proof of purchase bearing the date of purchase. The two-way radio should also clearly display the serial number. The warranty will not apply if the type or serial numbers on the product have been altered, deleted, removed or made illegible. 10.2 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 non-Motorola 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. 46 MN006181A01-AB Accessories Chapter 11 Accessories Table 17: Audio Accessories Part No. Description PMLN8077_ Over-the-ear earpiece, Single Pin PMLN8125_ Over-the-ear earpiece, Single Pin, Short Cord PMLN8190_ Surveillance earpiece, Single Pin Table 18: Batteries Part No. Description HKNN4013_ CLP Series High Capacity Li-Ion Battery PMLN8066_ CLPe High Capacity Li-Ion Battery Door Table 19: Carry Accessories Part No. Description PMLN8064_ CLPe Series Magnetic Case PMLN8065_ CLP Series Swivel Belt Clip Holster Table 20: Chargers Part No. Description IXPN4029_ CLP Series Multi-Unit Charger (MUC) Kit IXPN4028_9 CLP Series Single-Unit Charger (SUC) Kit Table 21: Programming Cables Part No. Description HKKN4027_ CLP Series CPS Cable HKKN4028_ CLP Series Cloning Cable 9 Revision B onward 47 CLP446e/CLPe PLUS Brugervejledning

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MN006181A01-AB Indhold Indhold Copyright på dokumentation..................................................................................... 4 Ansvarsfraskrivelse.................................................................................................... 5 Ophavsret på computersoftware............................................................................... 6 Sikkerhedsoplysninger om batterier, opladere og lydtilbehør............................... 7 Sikkerhedsretningslinjer for drift.................................................................................................... 7 Akustisk sikkerhed.........................................................................................................................8 Sikkerhedsstandarder for eksponering for radiofrekvenser.................................. 9 Meddelelse til brugere.............................................................................................. 10 Introduktion............................................................................................................... 11 Pakkens indhold.......................................................................................................................... 11 Kapitel 1: Oversigt over radio................................................................................. 12 Kapitel 2: Kom godt i gang......................................................................................13 2.1 Montering af batteriet.............................................................................................................13 2.2 Tilslutning af kablet lydtilbehør.............................................................................................. 13 2.3 Sådan tænder eller slukker du radioen..................................................................................15 2.4 Justering af lydstyrken...........................................................................................................15 2.5 Isætning og fjernelse af hylsteret til den drejelige bælteklemme...........................................15 2.6 Afsendelse og modtagelse.................................................................................................... 16 2.6.1 Rækkevidde for tale.................................................................................................17 2.7 Menuindstilling.......................................................................................................................17 2.7.1 Betjening ved hjælp af menuindstillinger................................................................. 17 2.8 Valg af kanaler.......................................................................................................................18 2.8.1 Standardkanalindstillinger for CPS.......................................................................... 18 2.8.2 LED-indikatorer........................................................................................................20 2.8.2.1 LED for lydstyrke........................................................................................20 2.9 Monitorkanaler.......................................................................................................................21 2.10 Scanning..............................................................................................................................21 2.10.1 Scanning af radiokanaler....................................................................................... 21 2.11 Dynamisk talkaround-scanning............................................................................................21 2.12 Afsendelse af opkaldstoner................................................................................................. 22 2.13 Slå lyden fra på radioen.......................................................................................................22 2.14 Eskaler opkald..................................................................................................................... 22 Kapitel 3: Batteri og oplader................................................................................... 23 3.1 Batterispecifikationer............................................................................................................. 23 3.2 Batterilevetid..........................................................................................................................23 2 MN006181A01-AB Indhold 3.3 Fjernelse af Li-ion-batteriet....................................................................................................23 3.4 Strømforsyning, adapter og opladerens drop-in-bakke......................................................... 24 3.5 Separat batteri....................................................................................................................... 25 3.5.1 Opladning af et separat batteri med enkeltopladerens drop-in-bakke..................... 25 3.5.2 Opladning af et separat batteri med multiopladerens drop-in-bakke – valgfrit tilbehør.........................................................................................................................25 3.5.3 Anslået opladningstid...............................................................................................26 3.6 Opladning af radio med drop-in-bakke til SUC'en..................................................................26 3.7 Opladning med multiopladerens drop-in-bakke – valgfrit tilbehør......................................... 27 3.8 Opladerens LED-indikatorer.................................................................................................. 27 3.9 Kontrol af batteristatus...........................................................................................................28 Kapitel 4: Radioprogrammering via CPS............................................................... 30 4.1 Programmering af radioen.....................................................................................................30 4.2 Standardfabriksindstillinger....................................................................................................31 Kapitel 5: Kloning af radio.......................................................................................34 5.1 Indstillinger for kloning af radio..............................................................................................34 5.2 Kloning af radioer ved hjælp af kloningskablet...................................................................... 34 5.3 Kloning af radioer ved hjælp af multiopladeren..................................................................... 35 5.4 Fejlfinding af kloningstilstand.................................................................................................36 Kapitel 6: Avanceret radiokonfiguration................................................................37 6.1 Aktivering af tilstanden Avanceret radiokonfiguration............................................................37 Kapitel 7: Fejlfinding................................................................................................38 7.1 Symptom samt løsninger.......................................................................................................38 Kapitel 8: Brug og pleje........................................................................................... 41 Kapitel 9: Radiofrekvens og kodediagram............................................................ 42 9.1 CLP446e-frekvensliste...........................................................................................................42 9.2 CLPe PLUS-frekvenser ........................................................................................................ 43 9.3 CTCSS/DPL-interferenseliminatorkoder................................................................................44 Kapitel 10: Motorola Solutions – begrænset garanti............................................ 47 10.1 Garantioplysninger...............................................................................................................47 10.2 V. HVAD DÆKKER DENNE GARANTI IKKE?....................................................................47 Kapitel 11: Tilbehør..................................................................................................48 3 MN006181A01-AB Copyright på dokumentation Copyright på dokumentation Kopiering eller distribution af dette dokument eller dele heraf er ikke tilladt uden udtrykkelig skriftlig tilladelse fra Motorola Solutions. Ingen del af denne vejledning må gengives, distribueres eller overføres i nogen form eller på nogen måde, hverken elektronisk eller mekanisk, til noget formål uden udtrykkelig skriftlig tilladelse fra Motorola Solutions. 4 MN006181A01-AB Ansvarsfraskrivelse Ansvarsfraskrivelse Oplysningerne i dette dokument gennemgås grundigt og anses for at være helt pålidelige. Der påtages dog intet ansvar for unøjagtigheder. 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Følgelig må computerprogrammer, som Motorola Solutions har copyright på, og som er indeholdt i Motorola Solutions-produkter og beskrevet i denne manual, ikke kopieres, reproduceres, ændres, udsættes for reverse engineering eller distribueres på nogen måde uden udtrykkelig skriftlig tilladelse fra Motorola-Solutions. Derudover vil købet af Motorola Solutions-produkter ikke være genstand for overdragelse, hverken direkte eller indirekte, ved afskæring fra indsigelse eller på anden måde, af nogen licens i henhold til copyright, patenter eller patentprogrammer fra Motorola Solutions, ud over de almindelige, ikke eksklusive licenser til brug, som opstår ud fra loven ved salg af produktet. 6 MN006181A01-AB Sikkerhedsoplysninger om batterier, opladere og lydtilbehør Sikkerhedsoplysninger om batterier, opladere og lydtilbehør Dette dokument indeholder vigtige sikkerheds- og betjeningsinstruktioner. Instruktionerne bør nærlæses og gemmes til senere brug. Inden brug af batteriopladeren bør du nærlæse alle instruktioner og advarselsmarkeringer på: • opladeren • batteriet • radioen med batteriet monteret 1 Anvend altid genopladelige batterier, der er godkendt af Motorola Solutions, for at reducere risikoen for ulykker. Opladning af de andre batterier kan forårsage eksplosion, personskade og skader. 2 Brug af tilbehør, som ikke er anbefalet af Motorola Solutions, kan medføre brand, elektrisk stød eller personskade. 3 Med henblik på at reducere skader på stikket og kablet skal du helst trække i stikket og ikke i kablet, når du frakobler opladeren. 4 Forlængerledning bør kun bruges, hvis det er nødvendigt. Brug af en forkert forlængerledning kan forårsage brand og elektrisk stød. Hvis der benyttes forlængerledning, skal du kontrollere, at ledningsstørrelsen er 18 AWG for længder op til 2 meter (6,5 fod) og 16 AWG for længder op til 3 meter (9,8 fod). 5 Brug ikke opladeren, hvis den er blevet ødelagt eller beskadiget på nogen måde. Indlever den til en kvalificeret Motorola Solutions-servicerepræsentant. 6 Opladeren må ikke adskilles. Den kan ikke repareres, og der er ingen reservedele til den. Adskillelse af opladeren kan medføre risiko for elektrisk stød eller brand. 7 Reducer risikoen for elektrisk stød ved at fjerne opladeren fra stikkontakten, før du udfører vedligeholdelse eller rengøring. Sikkerhedsretningslinjer for drift • Sluk for radioen under opladning. • Opladeren er ikke egnet til udendørsbrug. Må kun bruges på tørre steder eller under tørre forhold. • Opladeren skal tilsluttes en passende sikret og kablet strømforsyning med korrekt spænding (kun som angivet på produktet). • Opladeren afbrydes fra yderspændingen ved at fjerne hovedstikket. • Forbind udstyret til et stik, der er tæt på og nemt at få adgang til. • For udstyr, der anvender sikringer, skal erstatningssikringer være i overensstemmelse med typen og klassifikationen, der fremgår af instruktionerne til udstyret. • Den maksimale temperatur omkring strømforsyningsudstyret må ikke overstige 40 °C (104 °F). • Udgangseffekten fra strømforsyningen må ikke overskride de værdier, der fremgår af produktets mærkat, der er placeret i bunden af opladeren. • Sørg for, at man ikke kan træde på ledningen eller snuble over den, og at den ikke udsættes for vand, beskadigelse eller påvirkninger. 7 MN006181A01-AB Sikkerhedsoplysninger om batterier, opladere og lydtilbehør Akustisk sikkerhed FORSIGTIG: Det kan få midlertidige eller permanente følger for din hørelse, hvis du i længere perioder udsættes for høje lyde fra en lydkilde. Jo højere radioens lydstyrke er, jo før risikerer du, at din hørelse kan blive påvirket. Høreskader som følge af høje lyde kan ikke altid konstateres med det samme og kan have en kumulativ effekt. Sådan beskytter du din hørelse: • Vælg den laveste lydstyrke, ved hvilken du kan udføre dit arbejde. • Øg kun lydstyrken, hvis du er i støjende omgivelser. • Sænk lydstyrken, før du tilslutter et headset eller en høretelefon. • Begræns den periode, hvor du bruger et headset eller en høretelefon ved høj lydstyrke. • Hvis du oplever ubehag forbundet med din hørelse, ringen for ørerne, eller at det er svært at høre andre tale, skal du holde op med at lytte til din radio via dit headset eller høretelefon og få din hørelse undersøgt af din læge. 8 MN006181A01-AB Sikkerhedsstandarder for eksponering for radiofrekvenser Sikkerhedsstandarder for eksponering for radiofrekvenser Produktsikkerhed og overholdelse af RF-eksponering. FORSIGTIG: Inden du bruger radioen, skal du læse betjeningsvejledningen om sikker brug i folderen Produktsikkerhed og RF-eksponering, som følger med din radio. OBS! Denne radio er kun beregnet til erhvervsbrug for at overholde kravene for RF energieksponering i FCC. Inden brug af radioen skal du læse vejledningen om RF-energieksponering og produktsikkerhed til bærbare tovejsradioer, som indeholder vigtige betjeningsinstruktioner om sikker brug og RF-energitilstedeværelse og kontrol af overholdelse med gældende standarder og bekendtgørelser. Du kan se en liste over antenner, batterier og andet tilbehør, der er godkendt af Motorola Solutions, på følgende websted: motorolasolutions.com/CLPe 9 MN006181A01-AB Meddelelse til brugere Meddelelse til brugere Denne enhed overholder afsnit 15 i FCC-bestemmelserne iht. følgende betingelser: • Denne enhed må ikke forårsage skadelig interferens. • Enheden skal acceptere al modtaget interferens, herunder interferens, der kan føre til uønsket drift. • FORSIGTIG: Ændringer eller modifikationer af dette udstyr, der ikke er udtrykkeligt godkendt af Motorola Solutions, kan ophæve brugerens tilladelse til at betjene dette udstyr. 10 MN006181A01-AB Introduktion Introduktion Denne brugervejledning dækker brugen af radioer. Din forhandler eller systemadministrator har muligvis tilpasset radioen til dine specifikke behov. Tjek med din forhandler eller systemadministrator for yderligere oplysninger. Du kan kontakte din forhandler eller din systemadministrator om følgende: • Er din radio programmeret med nogen forudindstillede traditionelle kanaler? • Hvilke knapper er programmeret til at få adgang til andre funktioner? • Hvilket valgfrit tilbehør passer til dine behov? • Hvad er den bedste fremgangsmåde for brug af radioen til effektiv kommunikation? • Hvilke vedligeholdelsesprocedurer forlænger radioens levetid? Pakkens indhold Dette afsnit indeholder oplysninger om pakkens indhold for radioen. Din produktpakke indeholder følgende produkter og manualer: • Tovejsradio i CLPe-serien • Hylster til drejelig bælteklemme • Litium-ion-batteri og batteridæksel • Oplader med drop-in-bakke og transformer1 • Lydtilbehør • Cover til lydstik • Lynvejledning, RF-sikkerhedspjece, RED-folder Du kan finde produktoplysninger i learning.motorolasolutions.com. Denne brugervejledning dækker følgende modeller:

Model Frekvensbå nd Transmissionse ffekt Repeaterkom patibilitet Antal kanaler3

CLP446e PMR446 0,5 W Nej 164 CLPe PLUS UHF 1 W Ja 16 1 Gælder kun for modeller, der ikke er multipackmodeller. 2 Gælder kun for modeller, som ikke sælges som multipakker. 3 Kan udvides via CPS (Computerprogrammeringssoftware). 4 Hvor det er tilladt i henhold til national lovgivning. Begrænset ved lov til 8 kanaler i Rusland. 11 MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 1: Oversigt over radio Kapitel 1 Oversigt over radio I dette kapitel forklares radioens knapper og funktioner. Figur 1: Radioens betjeningsknapper 6 5 1 4 2 3 Elementnummer Beskrivelse 1 Tænd/sluk- og batteriknap 2 Lydstyrkekontrol (+/-) og knappen Lydløs 3 PTT-knap (Tryk for at Tale) 4 Intelligent statusindikator 5 Menuknap 6 Stik til tilbehør 12 MN006181A01-AB Kom godt i gang Kapitel 2 Kom godt i gang I dette afsnit får du et nærmere kendskab til den grundlæggende betjening af radioen. 2.1 Montering af batteriet Procedure: 1 Nederst på batteridækslet skal du løfte låsen op og fjerne batteridækslet på radioen. 2 Juster batterikontakterne, så de flugter med tapperne i batterirummet. 3 Indsæt enden med batterikontakterne, før du trykker batteriet ned for at fastgøre det. 4 Sæt batteridækslet i radioen, og tryk låsen ned for at låse batteridækslet. Figur 2: Montering af batteri 2.2 Tilslutning af kablet lydtilbehør Forudsætninger: Sluk for radioen. Procedure: 1 Slut lydtilbehøret til radioen med oplåsningsikonet på lydtilbehøret, der vender mod forsiden af radioen. Kontrollér, at indikatoren på lydtilbehøret og radioen er ud for hinanden. 13 MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 2: Kom godt i gang 2 Drej stikket til lydtilbehøret, indtil låseikonet på stikket vender mod forsiden af radioen, og indikatorerne er ud for hinanden. Figur 3: Tilslutning af kablet lydtilbehør 3 Tænd for radioen. 4 Tryk enten på knappen Batteristatus, Menueller Lydstyrke for at kontrollere, om der er lyd i lydtilbehøret. Tabel 1: Konfiguration af den øverste LED, hvis det kablede lydtilbehør ikke er tilsluttet eller fjernet Brugertilstand LED-status Farve

Tænd for radioen uden tilsluttet lydtilbehør. Lydtilbehør fjernet, mens radioen er tændt. 14 Konstant blå Blinker rødt/lilla, indtil lydtilbehøret er tilsluttet

BEMÆRKNING: MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 2: Kom godt i gang

Sænk radioens lydstyrke, før du sætter lydtilbehøret i eller i nærheden af øret. Der findes et bredt udvalg af lydtilbehør til radioer i CLPe-serien. Du kan se en detaljeret liste over lydtilbehør og oplysninger om godkendt tilbehør i motorolasolutions.com/CLPe. 2.3 Sådan tænder eller slukker du radioen Procedure: 1 Du tænder radioen ved at trykke på Tænd/sluk- og Batteri-knappen og holde den nede, indtil du hører en kort tone, og den intelligente indikator for status lyser. 2 Du slukker for radioen ved at trykke på Tænd/sluk- og Batteri-knappen og holde den nede, indtil du hører en kort tone, og den intelligente indikator for status blinker én gang. 2.4 Justering af lydstyrken Procedure: 1 Tryk på knappen (+) for at øge lydstyrken. BEMÆRKNING: Radioen har 15 lydstyrketrin. 2 Tryk på knappen (-) for at sænke lydstyrken. 2.5 Isætning og fjernelse af hylsteret til den drejelige bælteklemme Der findes et bredt udvalg af fleksibelt bæretilbehør. Du kan se en liste over godkendt Motorola Solutions-tilbehør i motorolasolutions.com/CLPe. Procedure: 1 Hvis du vil sætte radioen i hylsteret, skal du udføre følgende trin: a Skub bunden af radioen ind i hylsteret. b Klik toppen af hylsteret ind i radioen omkring tilbehørsstikket. 2 Hvis du vil fjerne radioen fra hylsteret, skal du enten trække i den øverste eller nederste tap og trække radioen ud af hylsteret. 3 Lav en lille løkke i ledningen, og før ledningen gennem ledningsstyret. Rul ledningen ind i den U formede rille, og træk den fast for at låse ledningen på plads. 15 MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 2: Kom godt i gang Figur 4: Hylster til drejelig bælteklemme 1 2 Elementnummer Beskrivelse 1 Ledningsstyr 2 U-Formet rille 4 Drej bælteklemmen til den ønskede position. 2.6 Afsendelse og modtagelse Procedure: 1 Udfør en af følgende handlinger for at sende opkald: • Tryk på PTT-knappen forrest på radioen, og hold den nede. • Tryk på PTT-knappen på det kablede lydtilbehør med den flugtende PTT-knap, og hold den nede. 2 Tal tydeligt ind i mikrofonen på lydtilbehøret. 16

3 Slip knappen PTT for at lytte. MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 2: Kom godt i gang

4 Hvis du vil modtage opkald, skal du lytte via høretelefonen og trykke på PTT-knappen for at svare. 2.6.1 Rækkevidde for tale Tabel 2: Rækkevidde for tale

Model Anvendelse Rækkevidde (typisk dækning) Rækkevidde

CLP446e Enhed til enhed Op til 6 etager Op til 80.000 fod2 (7.400 m2)

CLPe PLUS Enhed til enhed Op til 10 etager Med repeater Op til 20 etager 2.7 Menuindstilling Procedure: Op til 100.000 fod2 (9.200 m2) Op til 250.000 fod2 (23.200 m2)

1 Tryk på Menu-knappen for at navigere igennem menuindstillingerne. 2 For at afslutte menuen skal du trykke kortvarigt på PTT-knappen eller vente i tre sekunder. 2.7.1 Betjening ved hjælp af menuindstillinger I dette afsnit beskrives betjening vha. menuindstillingerne. BEMÆRKNING: Det er ikke nødvendigt at vente på, at stemmemeddelelsen fuldføres, før du fortsætter med at trykke på knappen Næste. Hvis du er i menutilstand, skal du trykke kortvarigt på PTT eller vente i 3 sekunder for at afslutte menuen. Procedure: 1 Skift af kanal: a Tryk på Menu-knappen for at navigere til Kanal. b Tryk på knappen (+) eller (-) for at skifte kanal. 2 Aktivering af monitortilstand: a Tryk på Menu-knappen for at navigere til Monitor. b Tryk på knappen (+) for at aktivere eller (-) for at deaktivere monitoren. 3 Aktivering af scanningstilstand: a Tryk på Menu-knappen for at navigere til Scanning. b Tryk på knappen (+) for at aktivere eller (-) for at deaktivere scanning. 4 Afsendelse af opkaldstone: 17 MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 2: Kom godt i gang a Tryk på Menu-knappen for at navigere til Opkaldstone. b Tryk på knappen (+) eller (-) for at sende en opkaldstone. Aktiveres via CPS (Computerprogrammeringssoftware). 2.8 Valg af kanaler Procedure: 1 Tryk på Menu-knappen. Du hører en stemmemeddelelse om at skifte kanal ved at trykke på enten (+)- eller (-)-knappen. 2 Vælg den ønskede kanal. LED-indikatoren angiver farven på den nye kanal. 3 Tryk på PTT-knappen for at bekræfte, ellers aktiveres kanalen efter tre sekunder. 2.8.1 Standardkanalindstillinger for CPS I tabellen beskrives standardkanalindstillingerne for CPS (Computerprogrammeringssoftware). Tabel 3: Kanalindstillinger for CPS CLP446e5 Modeller og CLPe PLUS-modeller Kanal LED-status Farve 1 Rød 2 Grøn 3 Gul 4 Blå 5 Hvor det er tilladt i henhold til national lovgivning. Begrænset ved lov til 8 kanaler i Rusland. 18 MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 2: Kom godt i gang CLP446e5 Modeller og CLPe PLUS-modeller Kanal LED-status Farve 5 Lilla 6 Hvid 7 Blågrøn 8 Orange 9 Rød Hvid 10 Grøn Hvid 11 Gul Hvid 12 Blå Hvid 13 Lilla Hvid 5 Hvor det er tilladt i henhold til national lovgivning. Begrænset ved lov til 8 kanaler i Rusland. 19 MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 2: Kom godt i gang CLP446e5 Modeller og CLPe PLUS-modeller Kanal LED-status Farve 14 Hvid Hvid 15 Blågrøn Hvid 16 Orange Hvid BEMÆRKNING: Kanal 9 til 16 aktiveres via konfigurationen CPS (Computerprogrammeringssoftware). 2.8.2 LED-indikatorer Funktion LED-indikator Monitortilstand Ensfarvet pr. kanal. Opkaldstone Kortvarigt ensfarvet pr. kanal. Scanning Skifter i urets retning, mens én LED lyser ad gangen. LED farven skifter på den øverste plads, når hver cyklus er afsluttet. Tænd eller sluk Den øverste røde LED og den resterende hvide LED lyser kortvarigt. Avanceret radiokonfiguration Blinkende grøn. Feedback til lydstik LED'en blinker blåt, når der ikke er noget tilbehør ved opstart. LED'en blinker hurtigt rødt og lilla, når tilbehøret er frakoblet. 2.8.2.1 LED for lydstyrke Når lydstyrken øges, lyser LED'en for den intelligente indikator for status med uret fra nederst til venstre til nederst til højre på LED-ringen. Følgende er de tre niveauer af LED-lysstyrke for hver LED, når lydstyrken øges: • Vag 5 Hvor det er tilladt i henhold til national lovgivning. Begrænset ved lov til 8 kanaler i Rusland. 20

• Medium • Maksimal lysstyrke 2.9 Monitorkanaler Procedure: MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 2: Kom godt i gang

1 Du aktiverer tilstanden for valg af monitor ved at trykke på Menu-knappen og navigere til Valg af monitor. Hvis monitoren er slukket, hører du en stemmemeddelelse om at aktivere monitortilstand ved enten at trykke på +- eller --knappen. 2 Tryk på + eller - for at aktivere eller deaktivere monitortilstand. Når monitortilstand er slået til, kan du høre statisk støj, hvis der ikke er nogen aktivitet, eller lyd, hvis der er kanalaktivitet. 3 For at aktivere monitortilstand skal du aktivere monitoren via menuen og lade menuen få timeout. 4 For at afslutte Monitortilstand skal du trykke på PTT-knappen. 2.10 Scanning Du kan scanne op til 16 kanaler på CLP446e- og CLPe PLUS-modeller. Når radioen registrerer aktivitet, stopper den scanningen og bliver på den aktive kanal. Det giver dig mulighed for at lytte til og tale med den person, der sender, uden at skifte kanal. 2.10.1 Scanning af radiokanaler Procedure: 1 Tryk på Menu-knappen for at navigere i scanningstilstand. Hvis scanningen er slået fra, hører du en stemmemeddelelse om aktivering af scanning ved at trykke på enten+- eller --knappen. 2 Tryk enten på + eller --knappen for at aktivere scanning. Når scanning er slået til, hører du en stemmemeddelelse om deaktivering af scanning ved enten at trykke på +- eller --knappen. 3 Tryk enten på + eller --knappen for at deaktivere scanning. 2.11 Dynamisk talkaround-scanning Denne funktion maksimerer kommunikationsdækningen for en repeater på stedet, der er aktiveret på tovejsradiosystemer. Dynamisk talkaround-scanning aktiveres på en repeaterkanal via CPS (Computerprogrammeringssoftware). Funktionen giver radioen mulighed for at scanne sende- og modtagefrekvenser for en repeaterkanal. 21 MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 2: Kom godt i gang BEMÆRKNING: Funktionen har højere prioritet end scanningstilstanden. Hvis Dynamisk talkaround-scanning og Scanning er aktiveret på startkanalen, kan radioen kun understøtte Dynamisk talkaround-scanning. Denne funktion er kun tilgængelig på CLPe PLUS-modellen. 2.12 Afsendelse af opkaldstoner Procedure: 1 For at navigere til Opkaldstoneskal du trykke på Menu-knappen. 2 Du sender en valgt opkaldstone ved at trykke på enten + eller -. BEMÆRKNING: Der er seks tilgængelige opkaldstoner. Denne funktion aktiveres via CPS (Computerprogrammeringssoftware). 2.13 Slå lyden fra på radioen Indstillingen Slå lyden fra på headsettet konfigureres via CPS (Computerprogrammeringssoftware). Procedure: 1 Hvis du vil sænke lyden eller slå den fra på headsettet, skal du trykke på enten +- eller -- knappen og holde den nede. Du hører stemmemeddelelsen "Slå lyd fra" fra radioen. 2 Tryk på en vilkårlig knap for at slå lyden på headsettet til igen. Du hører stemmemeddelelsen "Slå lyd til" fra radioen. 2.14 Eskaler opkald Funktionen Eskaler opkald giver dig mulighed for at skifte til Kanal til eskalering af opkald og sende opkaldstonen til kanalen til eskalering af opkald. Hvis du vil aktivere funktionen Eskaler opkald, skal du konfigurere Kanal til eskalering af opkald i CPS (Computerprogrammeringssoftware). Hvis du trykker langvarigt på menuknappen, aktiveres funktionen Eskaler opkald, og opkaldstonen for eskalering sendes automatisk til Kanal til eskalering af opkald. Ventetid for eskalering af opkald starter, efter hvert opkald er afsluttet. Radioen forbliver i Ventetid for eskalering af opkald i en foruddefineret periode. Eskaler opkald afslutter, når ventetiden udløber, og radioen vender tilbage til den forrige kanal. Ventetiden konfigureres via CPS. Hvis du trykker på PTT-knappen under Ventetid for eskalering af opkald, kan du tale via kanalen. Ventetid for eskalering af opkald genstarter, når taleopkaldet er afsluttet, og du kan modtage opkald fra andre radioer via Kanal til eskalering af opkald. Din radio følger den valgte kanaladfærd, med undtagelse af opkaldstonen og meddelelsen ingen kanal, når der skiftes til Kanal til eskalering af opkald. Opkaldstonen konfigureres via CPS ved at vælge en af de seks opkaldstoner. Hvis du vil afslutte Kanal til eskalering af opkald, før ventetiden udløber, skal du trykke kortvarigt på knappen Til, Fraeller Menu, eller trykke langvarigt på Menuknappen. 22 MN006181A01-AB Batteri og oplader Kapitel 3 Batteri og oplader I dette kapitel beskrives batteriets og opladerens funktion for radioen. 3.1 Batterispecifikationer Radioen leveres med et genopladeligt Li-ion-batteri. For at sikre optimal kapacitet og ydeevne skal batteriet oplades før første brug. Batterilevetiden bestemmes af adskillige faktorer. De kritiske er overopladning af batterier, og hvor afladet batterierne bliver for hver cyklus. Det er typisk sådan, at jo højere overopladning og jo større gennemsnitlig afladning, jo færre cyklusser holder et batteri. Et batteri, der overoplades og aflades 100 % flere gange om dagen, holder f.eks. færre cyklusser end et batteri, der overoplades mindre og som aflades 50 % pr. dag. Batteri med minimal overopladning og med gennemsnitligt afladning på 25 % varer endnu længere. Motorola Solutions-batterier er specielt designet til at blive brugt med en Motorola Solutions-oplader og omvendt. Opladning af batterier, der ikke er fra Motorola Solutions, kan medføre, at batteriet bliver beskadiget, og gør garantien ugyldig. Når det er muligt, skal batteriets temperatur holdes på 25 °C (77 °F) (stuetemperatur). Opladning af kolde batterier (under 10 °C (50 °F)) kan medføre udsivning af elektrolyt og i sidste ende føre til, at batteriet ikke virker. Opladning af varme batterier (over 35 °C (95 °F)) resulterer i reduceret afladningskapacitet og påvirker radioens ydeevne. Motorola Solutions opladere til hurtig opladning af batterier er udstyret med et kredsløb, der registrerer temperaturen, for at sikre, at batterierne oplades inden for temperaturgrænserne. 3.2 Batterilevetid Følgende tabel angiver batteriets levetid baseret på 5 % transmission, 5 % modtagelse og 90 % standby (standarddriftscyklus). Tabel 4: Anslået batterilevetid Model Anslået batterilevetid CLP446e 20 timer CLPe PLUS 18 timer 3.3 Fjernelse af Li-ion-batteriet Forudsætninger: Kontrollér, at radioen er slukket. Procedure: 1 Nederst på batteridækslet skal du løfte låsen op og fjerne batteridækslet på radioen. 2 Træk batteriet væk fra radioen. 23

MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 3: Batteri og oplader Figur 5: Fjernelse af batteriet 1 Elementnummer Beskrivelse 1 Batterilås 3.4 Strømforsyning, adapter og opladerens drop-in-bakke Radioen indeholder en oplader med en drop-in-bakke og en transformer. BEMÆRKNING: Gælder kun for modeller, der ikke er multipackmodeller. Du kan finde oplysninger om tilbehør i Tilbehør på side 48. Figur 6: Strømforsyning, adapter og opladerens drop-in-bakke 24

MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 3: Batteri og oplader 3.5 Separat batteri Batteriet kan oplades som et separat batteri. Batteriet oplades enten ved hjælp af en enkeltoplader eller en multioplader. BEMÆRKNING: Hvis du køber yderligere opladere eller strømforsyninger, skal du sikre, at du har tilsvarende opladere med drop-in-bakke og strømforsyningssæt. Du kan finde flere oplysninger om tilbehør i Tilbehør på side 48. Figur 7: Separat batteri 1 Elementnummer Beskrivelse 1 Mikro-USB-port 3.5.1 Opladning af et separat batteri med enkeltopladerens drop-in-bakke Procedure: 1 For at oplade batteriet skal du sætte stikket til strømforsyningen i mikro-USB-porten (Universal Serial Bus) på forsiden af opladerens drop-in-bakke. 2 Tilslut strømforsyningen til en passende stikkontakt. 3 Sæt batteriet i bakken med den indvendige overflade af batteriet vendende mod forsiden af opladeren. Se Separat batteri på side 25. 4 Sørg for, at åbningerne i batteriet er sat korrekt i opladeren. 3.5.2 Opladning af et separat batteri med multiopladerens drop-in-bakke – valgfrit tilbehør Procedure: 1 Anbring opladeren på en plan overflade, eller monter den på væggen. 2 Indsæt netledningen i stikket på multiopladeren. 3 Indsæt ledningen i en stikkontakt og derefter i opladeren. 25 MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 3: Batteri og oplader 4 Sæt batteriet i opladningspladsen med den indvendige overflade af batteriet vendende mod forsiden af opladeren. 5 Sørg for, at åbningerne i batteriet er sat korrekt i opladeren. 3.5.3 Anslået opladningstid Følgende tabeller viser den anslåede opladningstid for batteriet. Tabel 5: Anslået opladningstid Opladningsløsning Li-ion-standardbatteri Enkeltoplader 5,5 timer Multioplader 4 timer 3.6 Opladning af radio med drop-in-bakke til SUC'en Procedure: 1 Anbring enkeltopladerens drop-in-bakke på en plan overflade. 2 Indsæt strømforsyningsstikket i mikro-USB-porten forrest på opladerens drop-in-bakke. 3 Tilslut den korrekte strømforsyning til en korrekt stikkontakt. 4 Indsæt radioen med batteriet monteret i bakken med forsiden nedad, og sørg for, at opladningskontakterne på opladeren flugter med kontakterne på radioen. Figur 8: Opladning af radio BEMÆRKNING: Når et batteri oplades med radioen monteret, skal du sørge for, at radioen er slukket. Du kan aktivere eller deaktivere radioen til at slukke automatisk, når radioen indsættes i opladningsfunktionen via CPS (Customer Programming Software). 26 MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 3: Batteri og oplader 3.7 Opladning med multiopladerens drop-in-bakke – valgfrit tilbehør Multiopladeren gør det muligt at oplade op til seks radioer ad gangen. Der kan sidde en radio i hver af de seks opladningspladser med et batteri monteret. Multiopladeren indeholder pladser til opbevaring af headset. Procedure: 1 Anbring opladeren på en plan overflade, eller monter den på væggen. 2 Indsæt netledningen i stikket på multiopladeren. 3 Indsæt ledningen i en stikkontakt og derefter i opladeren. 4 Sluk radioen. BEMÆRKNING: Når du oplader et batteri, der er monteret i radioen, skal du sørge for, at radioen er slukket. Du kan aktivere eller deaktivere radioen til at slukke automatisk, når radioen indsættes i opladningsfunktionen via CPS (Customer Programming Software). 5 Indsæt radioen med forsiden nedad, mens batteriet er monteret i opladningspladsen, og sørg for, at radiokontakterne flugter med kontakterne på multiopladeren. BEMÆRKNING: Batteriet kan oplades ved hjælp af åbningen på opladningspladsens flade overflade. Figur 9: Opladning af radioer 3.8 Opladerens LED-indikatorer På drop-in-opladeren har radioens opladningsplads en LED-indikator. På multiopladeren har hver af de seks opladningspladser en LED. BEMÆRKNING: Du kan klone op til to kilderadioer og to målradioer ved hjælp af multiopladeren. Du kan finde flere oplysninger i Kloning af radio på side 34 27 MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 3: Batteri og oplader Du kan finde oplysninger om reservedelsnummer i Tilbehør på side 48. Tabel 6: Opladerens LED-indikator Status LED-indikation Batteriet oplader Konstant rød Batteriet er fuldt opladet Konstant grøn Batterifejl6 Blinker rødt 3.9 Kontrol af batteristatus Procedure: Tryk kortvarigt på Tænd/sluk-knappen og Batteri-knappen, og slip dem igen. Funktionerne Intelligent indikator for status og Stemmebetjening viser batteristatussen for radioen. Tabel 7: Batteristatus Batteriniveau LED-indikation Farve Høj (50-100 %) Grøn Middel (20-50 %) Gul Lav (3-20 %) Rød Kritisk (0-3 %) Blinker rødt 6 Dette problem løses ved at fjerne batteripakken og indsætte den igen. 28

MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 3: Batteri og oplader Radioen vender tilbage til den aktuelle kanalfarve, når batteristatussen er angivet. 29

MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 4: Radioprogrammering via CPS Kapitel 4 Radioprogrammering via CPS Du kan programmere eller ændre funktionerne på dine radioer ved hjælp af CPS (Computerprogrammeringssoftware) og CPS-programmeringskablet. CPS kan downloades gratis som webbaseret software på motorolasolutions.com/CLPe. 4.1 Programmering af radioen Forudsætninger: Installér CPS (Computerprogrammeringssoftware) på din computer. Sørg for, at radioen er tændt. Procedure: 1 Tilslut radioen ved hjælp af opladerens drop-in-bakke eller opladningspladsen med PROG mærkaten på multiopladeren og CPS-programmeringskablet7. Figur 10: Programmering af radioen via en enkeltoplader 7 CPS-programmeringskablet (P/N HKKN4027_) er tilbehør, der sælges separat. Kontakt dit Motorola Solutions-salgssted for at få flere oplysninger. 30 MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 4: Radioprogrammering via CPS Figur 11: Programmering af radioen via en multioplader 2 Indstil kabelkontakten til analog. 3 Efter radioen er tilsluttet, skal du åbne CPS og vælge Læs på værktøjslinjen for at hente radioprofilen. Du kan ændre de generelle indstillinger samt indstillingerne for lyd, menu, kanaler, scanningsliste, tilpasset PL/DPL og vælge frekvenser og PL/DPL-koder for hver kanal. 4 Du gemmer indstillingerne ved at vælge Skriv til radio på værktøjslinjen. BEMÆRKNING: Du kan finde flere oplysninger om CPS i menuen Hjælp i CPS. 4.2 Standardfabriksindstillinger Radioen er programmeret fra fabrikken til følgende indstillinger. Tabel 8: CLP446e-standarder

Kanalnummer Frekvensindstillinge r (MHz) Kodeværdi (Hz) Båndbredde (kHz)

1 446,00625 67,0 12,5 2 446,01875 3 446,03125 4 445,04375 5 446,05625 6 446,06875 31

MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 4: Radioprogrammering via CPS Kanalnummer Frekvensindstillinge r (MHz) 7 446,08125 8 446,09375 Kodeværdi (Hz) Båndbredde (kHz)

Tabel 9: Yderligere 8 kanaler/frekvenser for CLP446e via CPS

Kanalnummer Frekvensindstillinge r (MHz) Kodeværdi (Hz) Båndbredde (kHz)

9 446,00625 DPL754 12,5 10 446,01875 11 446,03125 12 445,04375 13 446,05625 14 446,06875 15 446,08125 16 446,09375 BEMÆRKNING: Begrænset ved lov til 8 kanaler i Rusland. Se Brugervejledningen. Som standard er det kun analoge frekvenser mellem 446,0-446,1 MHz, der er tilgængelige. 446,1 - 446,2 MHz analoge frekvenser må kun bruges i lande, hvor myndighederne tillader brug af disse frekvenser. Tabel 10: CLPe PLUS

Kanalnummer Frekvensindstillinge r (MHz) Kodeværdi (Hz) Båndbredde (kHz)

1 464,55 67,0 12,5 2 467,925 3 467,85 4 467,875 5 461,0625 6 461,1125 7 461,1625 8 461,2125 Tabel 11: Yderligere 8 kanaler/frekvenser for CLPe PLUS

Kanalnummer Frekvensindstillinge r (MHz) Kodeværdi (Hz) Båndbredde (kHz)

9 461,2625 67,0 12,5 10 461,3125 11 461,3625 32

Kanalnummer Frekvensindstillinge r (MHz) 12 462,7875 13 462,8375 14 462,8875 15 464,4875 16 464,5375 MN006181A01-AB Kapitel 4: Radioprogrammering via CPS Kodeværdi (Hz) Båndbredde (kHz) 33


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