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TABLE OF CONTENTS Page INTRODUCTION ............................................... 7 USER INTERFACE ........................................... 8 BUTTONS AND KNOBS ........................... 12 KEYPAD .................................................... 15 Standard Functions ................................ 16 Scan Model ............................................ 17 System Model......................................... 17 BUTTON AND KEYPAD REASSIGNMENT ............................... 18 DISPLAY ................................................... 20 Radio Status Icons ................................. 20 Messages ............................................... 23 Error Messages...................................... 26 UNIVERSAL DEVICE CONNECTOR (UDC).................................................. 26 ALERT TONES ......................................... 26 Call Originate.......................................... 26 Call Queued (Trunked Mode Only) ........ 27 Autokey (Trunked Mode Only) ............... 27 System Busy (Trunked Mode Only) ....... 27 Call Denied (Trunked Mode Only).......... 27 Carrier Control Timer ............................. 28 Low Battery Warning.............................. 28 Low Battery Alert (Transmit Lockout)..... 28 Key Press Alert....................................... 28 OPERATION.................................................... 29 TURNING ON THE RADIO ....................... 29 SYSTEM/GROUP/CHANNEL SELECTION........................................ 30 System Selection.................................... 30 3
TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Group or Channel Selection ...................32 TRUNKED MODE OPERATION................35 Receiving A Group Call ..........................35 Sending A Group Call .............................37 Conventional Failsoft ..............................38 EMERGENCY OPERATION......................38 SCANNING TRUNKED GROUPS .............40 Turning Scan On and Off........................40 Adding Groups to a Scan List .................41 Deleting Groups from a Scan List...........44 Nuisance Delete .....................................45 SCANNING TRUNKED SYSTEMS ...........46 Wide Area System Scanning..................46 Priority System Scan...............................46 ProSound................................................48 ProScan ..................................................48 Menu Selection .......................................49 Pre-Programmed Keypad Key................50 INDIVIDUAL CALLS...................................50 Receiving And Responding To An Individual Call (Trunked Mode Only).................................................50 Sending An Individual Call (Trunked Mode Only).......................................52 Call Storage Lists....................................54 TELEPHONE INTERCONNECT CALLS .................................................55 Receiving A Telephone Interconnect Call (Trunked Mode Only) .......................55 4
TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Sending A Telephone Interconnect Call (Trunked Mode Only)....................... 55 DTMF Overdial / Conventional Mode Telephone Interconnect ................... 58 PROGRAMMABLE ENTRIES ......................... 61 Prestoring Individual and Telephone Interconnect Calls from the Keypad (System Model only) ........................ 61 STATUS/MESSAGE OPERATION ................. 62 STATUS OPERATION .............................. 62 MESSAGE OPERATION........................... 63 DYNAMIC REGROUP OPERATION ........ 63 EMERGENCY OPERATION ..................... 64 MACRO KEY OPERATION....................... 65 MENU .............................................................. 65 DIGITAL VOICE OPERATION .................. 70 Clear Mode............................................. 70 Digital Mode ........................................... 71 Private Mode .......................................... 72 Private Operation ................................... 74 PORTABLE DATA ........................................... 78 DISPLAYS ................................................. 78 DATA OFF OPERATION .......................... 79 DATA ON OPERATION ............................ 79 EXITING DATA CALLS ............................. 80 SCAN LOCKOUT MODE .......................... 80 DATA LOCKOUT MODE........................... 81 CONVENTIONAL OPERATION ...................... 81 RECEIVING A CALL ................................. 82 SENDING A CALL..................................... 82 5
TABLE OF CONTENTS Page ADDING CHANNELS TO A SCAN LIST .....................................................83 DELETING CHANNELS FROM A SCAN LIST ..........................................84 NUISANCE DELETE ..............................84 TURNING SCAN ON .................................85 TURNING SCAN OFF ...............................85 OPERATING RULES AND REGULATIONS....86 OPERATING TIPS ...........................................88 BATTERY PACKS............................................88 CHARGING THE BATTERY PACK ...........88 RECHARGEABLE BATTERY PACK DISPOSAL...........................................90 NICKEL CADMIUM (NiCd) BATTERY PACK DISPOSAL .......................................90 NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE (NiMH) BATTERY PACK DISPOSAL ...........90 INSTALLING THE BATTERY PACK .........90 REMOVING THE BATTERY PACK...........91 INTRINSICALLY SAFE USAGE.......................92 BATTERY PACKS .....................................93 ACCESSORIES .........................................94 GLOSSARY......................................................95 WARRANTY.....................................................98 BATTERY WARRANTY...................................99 OPERATOR’S RADIO SETUP ......................100 EMERGENCY NUMBERS .............................101
the LPE-200 is available in both System and Scan Modes. a system refers to a set of channels. In the trunked system mode. In this mode. microprocessor-based. Some key features include: • Data capable • Automatic power control for extended battery life 7 . In the conventional mode. A channel is a transmit/receive radio frequency pair. high performance portable FM radio providing reliable two-way communications in the Enhanced Digital Access Communications System (EDACS) or ProVoice trunking environment and conventional communication systems. In this mode. This provides advanced programmable features and fast access to communication channels. the user selects a channel and directly communicates on that channel. Depending on the customer's needs.INTRODUCTION This manual describes how to use the EDACS/ProVoice LPE-200 Portable Radio. Advanced hardware and software technology enables this radio to support all advanced EDACS and ProVoice radio features and multiple communications modes including digital. channel selection is transparent to the user and is controlled via digital communication with the system controller. the user selects a communications system and group. The LPE-200 is a synthesized.
The top panel houses a rotary SYSTEM/GROUP/ CHANNEL knob. The display has three. An OPTION button. 8 . A back light illuminates the display and the keypad for nighttime use. A 6-button (scan model) or 15-button (system model) keypad. CLEAR/MONITOR button and the Push-To-Talk (PTT) button are all located on the left side panel. top and left panels. A battery release button is located on the back adjacent to the PPT button. Liquid Crystal Display (LCD). POWER ONOFF/VOLUME control knob and an EMERGENCY button. The Universal Device Connector (UDC) is located on the right panel and is used while programming the radio and for accessory connection. twelve character alphanumeric lines used to show the operational mode of the radio. Red indicates transmit.• Up to 800 system/group combinations and up to 200 conventional channels • Translucent keys USER INTERFACE The LPE-200 operating controls are located on the radio's front. microphone and speaker are on the front panel. An LED is located on the front top edge of the radio.
LPE-200 Radio (Scan Model Shown) 9 .Figure 1 .
Figure 2 .LPE-200 Radio (System Model Shown) 10 .
Power On/Off Volume Knob System/Group Channel Knob Antenna Emergency Button TX LED Battery Release Button Option Button Clear/Monitor Button Push-To-Talk (PTT) Button Figure 3 – Top. Back and Left Panel Views 11 .
Other functions associated with these controls are detailed in later sections. See SYSTEM/GROUP/CHANNEL SELECTION for details. SYSTEM/ GROUP/ CHANNEL KNOB Selects systems or groups/channels (depending on programming). Rotating the control clockwise increases the volume level. if desired. If the knob will not access all positions do not force it. A single alert tone (if enabled through programming) indicates the radio is operational. limit the positions accessed. Rotating the control clockwise applies power to the radio. POWER ON-OFF/ VOLUME KNOB Applies power to the radio and adjusts the receiver's volume. Minimum volume levels may be programmed into the radio to prevent missed calls due to a low volume setting. Note: The radio is supplied with a mechanical stop which can. While adjusting the volume the display will momentarily indicate the volume 12 .BUTTONS AND KNOBS This section describes the primary function of the button and knob controls. This is a 16 position rotary knob.
It can also be used to declare emergency by pressing and holding for programmed duration. not both. The button must be pre-programmed for either operation. The volume range is from a minimum programmed level of zero (displayed as OFF in the display) up to 31 which is the loudest level. Programmable per system. VOL = 31). OPTION BUTTON 13 .level (i.e. EMERGENCY/ HOME BUTTON The EMERGENCY/HOME button is used to automatically select a pre-programmed Group/System by pressing and holding for a programmed duration.
this button toggles conventional channel decoding/encoding (Channel Guard. the CLEAR/MONITOR button exits the current operation and removes all displays associated with it. In conventional mode. In trunked mode. Releasing PTT returns the radio to the receive mode. PUSH-TOTALK BUTTON (PTT) 14 . Enables the radio's transmitter for voice communication.CLEAR/ MONITOR BUTTON Serves several purposes depending on the operating mode. Digital Channel Guard) on and off if programmed for the selected channel. When pressed and held for approximately 3 seconds. pressing this button unmutes the receiver so activity on the selected channel can be monitored. The radio and display then return to the group receive state.
Keypad (System Model) 15 .Keypad (Scan Model) Figure 5 . Each key is described below. The keys have special functions and are labeled as such using a symbol or abbreviated word describing its primary function.KEYPAD The keypad layout has a total of 6 or 15 keys. Numeric entry is a secondary function of the keys. Figure 4 .
Secondary function . Once activated. Secondary function . See MENU for details. Press <. M continues its secondary function for activating a selected parameter setting until the radio returns to its normal receive state.changes the system or group/channel (depending on programming). After the menu list is accessed. 16 .used to scroll through items within a list. > to scroll in decreasing order. M Primary function . This is a list of additional features that are not available directly from the keypad.activates a selected item within a list. to scroll in increasing order.Standard Functions < > Primary function . select a menu item from the list via < or > and activate it with this key.accesses the menu list.
Adds or deletes selected groups or channels from the scan list of the currently selected system. S System Model 1 Used to directly access systems via the keypad and to access system selection in increasing or decreasing order. Toggles scan operation on and off. or to select a set (bank) of groups. See SYSTEM/ GROUP/ CHANNEL SELECTION for details.Scan Model O A User defined. See SYSTEM/ GROUP/ CHANNEL SELECTION for details. or to select a set (bank) of systems. See trunked and conventional scan section for details. 2 3 17 . Used to directly access groups via the keypad and to access group selection in increasing or decreasing order. Used to turn scan on and off.
Adds or deletes selected groups or channels from the scan list of the currently selected system. Used to call an individual or make an all-call. See Telephone Interconnect Calls for details. Used to place a telephone call through the radio by selecting the telephone interconnect special call function.4 6 9 Used to turn private encryption feature on and off. OPTION. CLEAR/MONITOR and PTT buttons along with the front panel keypad keys can be reassigned different functions. See Individual Call for details. 18 . * # BUTTON AND KEYPAD REASSIGNMENT Pre-programming the radio using the PC Programming Software permits the reassignment of button and keypad key functions. See trunked and conventional scan section for details. the M key could be assigned as the HOME key. Second press adds or deletes. etc. For example. the O key could be assigned as the talk-around function key. First press recalls current status. The EMERGENCY.
If they have been reassigned. Table 1 should be completed to show the new function(s).The operating procedures that follow assume that the buttons and keypad keys operate as marked. Substitute the new assigned keys when using the operating procedures.Button and Key Assignments STANDARD ASSIGNMENTS OPTION (Side) CLEAR/MONITOR PTT EMERGENCY < > M O A S REASSIGNMENT 19 . Table 1 .
All three lines are used to display menu options when in the menu mode. Line 1 also displays radio status messages. The icons show operating modes and conditions and appear on the third line of the display as follows: 20 .Display Radio Status Icons Status icons are indicators that show the various operating characteristics of the radio. the display backlighting will illuminate upon power up when radio controls are operated. Figure 6 . If programmed.DISPLAY The radio display is made up of 3 lines (Figure 6). The 3rd line is used primarily to display radio status icons. Lines 1 and 2 contain eight alphanumeric character blocks and are used primarily to display system and group names.
In conventional mode: ON – indicates a call is being received. the radio may be programmed to automatically transmit (without pressing PTT) to maintain digital communication with the Trunked System.indicates the selected group or channel is selected to transmit at low power. 21 . Note: When operating in a trunked system. ON . FLASHING .In trunked mode: ON .indicates the radio is transmitting or receiving a call on the working channel. The transmit indicator will turn on whenever the radio is transmitting. ON . ON .indicates the radio is transmitting.indicates the radio is in the special call select/entry mode (Individual or Telephone Interconnect).indicates a call has been queued.indicates the selected group or channel is selected to transmit at high power. OFF .
Note: When or in conjunction with LOW BATT message the radio will no longer transmit.indicates SCAN is temporarily disabled (no status icon is present). OFF . ON .indicates an encrypted transmission is being received. The radio will automatically power down soon after this condition exists. ON . Indicates battery voltage is getting low. FLASHING . On .Auto Power mode automatically adjusts radio output power to optimize battery life. Indicates the EDACS is in the failsoft mode (if enabled through programming).indicates selected channel is priority-two scan. 22 group or .indicates selected group or channel is in scan list.indicates the scan mode is enabled (rotates clockwise). On .indicates the group or channel is enabled to receive encrypted messages.
Trunked mode only. Indicates the system has placed the call in a request queue. FLASHING .indicates Channel Guard is temporarily disabled. Indicates the radio or talkgroup is not authorized to operate on the selected system and/or talkgroup. various radio status messages can be displayed.indicates selected channel is priority-one scan.On . Indicates the system is busy. group or On . Message QUEUED Name Call Queued Description Trunked mode only. Messages During radio operation. The messages are described below. no channels are currently available. Trunked mode only. Trunked mode only. SYS BUSY System Busy - DENIED Call Denied - CC SCAN Control - 23 . the queue is full or an individual call is being attempted to a radio that is currently transmitting.indicator for conventional channel is enabled with Channel Guard.
Trunked mode only. Indicates the radio is operating on conventional channels in talk-around mode (no repeater). SYSC ON System Scan Features On System Scan Features Off Low Battery SYSC OFF - LOW BATT .Battery voltage has dropped below the point to where the radio is no longer able to transmit. Indicates the System Scan features are enabled. Trunked mode only.) Trunked mode only. The radio will still be able to receive calls until the battery is discharged beyond the point of operation upon which the 24 . WA SCAN Wide Area Scan TALKARND Talk-around -Conventional mode only. (Usually out of range indication.Message Name Channel Scan Description Indicates the control channel is lost and the radio has entered the Control Channel Scan mode to search for the control channel. Indicates the System Scan features are disabled. Indicates the radio has entered the Wide Area Scan mode to search for a new system (if enabled through program-ming).
WHC Who Has Called (trunked mode only) UNKNOWN Unknown ID 25 . Trunked mode only. Trunked mode only.indicates an individual call has been received.ON . Indicates an emergency call has been transmitted on this radio. RXEMER Receive Emergency TXEMER Transmit Emergency - VOL=31 Volume Level . This message will be flashing on line two. Indicates an emergency call is being received.Message Name Description radio will automatically shutdown. . The volume level display ranges from OFF (silent) to 31 (loudest).Indicates the current volume level. The indicator turns OFF if the individual call mode is entered. This message will be flashing on line two. Trunked mode only. Indicates an individual call is being received by an unknown radio ID. but not responded to. the system is changed or the radio is turned off and back on.
The UDC is also used to program and service the radio.Error Messages If either of the following error messages is displayed. These alert tones can be enabled or disabled through programming. ALERT TONES The LPE-200 radio also provides audible alert tones or "beeps" to indicate the various operating conditions. 26 . Call Originate A short mid-pitched alert tone sounds after keying the radio (Push-To-Talk button is pressed). This indicates the radio has been assigned a working channel or that the radio is transmitting on a conventional channel and voice communication may begin immediately. When the radio is locked in a vehicular charger the UDC provides the audio and control connections between the radio and the vehicular charger. the radio was either programmed incorrectly or needs servicing: DSP ERR ERR=XXXX (Power Up only) DSP ERR or DIG V ERR UNIVERSAL DEVICE CONNECTOR (UDC) The Universal Device Connector (UDC) provides connections for external accessories such as a headset or a speaker-microphone.
2) if no channels are available for sending the message. The radio sounds a mid-pitched tone when it is clear to talk. If the PTT button is released. immediately press the PTT button to keep the assigned channel. Autokey (Trunked Mode Only) After being placed in queue (see called queued). Call Denied (Trunked Mode Only) If the radio is keyed and a low pitched tone is heard the radio is not authorized on the system or talk group selected. The receiving unit(s) also hear the tones. indicating they will receive a call shortly. At this point. the site calls the radio when a channel becomes available. 4) or if an individual call is being attempted to a radio that is transmitting. the radio will autokey whenever a channel becomes available (see Autokey). Releasing the PTT button and re-keying initiates a new channel request. the radio automatically keys the transmitter (autokey) for a short period to hold the channel. System Busy (Trunked Mode Only) Three low-pitched beeps will be heard if: 1) the radio is keyed when the system is busy. 3) if the call queue is full. 27 .Call Queued (Trunked Mode Only) A high-pitched tone after pressing the PTT button indicates the system has placed the call request in the queue.
Double tones are then heard until the PTT or CLEAR button is pressed. A short low-pitched tone indicates the key is not active in the current mode. interrupting communications. Release and re-key the PTT button to maintain communications.Carrier Control Timer If the programmed time for continuous transmission is exceeded. Low Battery Warning A low-pitched tone is heard and comes on indicating that the battery voltage is low. Low Battery Alert (Transmit Lockout) If the radio is keyed and a double tone is heard as well as LOW BATT is displayed. Key Press Alert A short tone or "beep" sounds to indicate a key has been pressed. This will reset the carrier control timer and turn the transmitter back on. five short high-pitched warning tones followed by a long low-pitched tone will be heard. The transmitter will shut down shortly after hearing the alert. after which the battery will need to be recharged to resume normal operation. The radio will still be able to receive calls until the battery is discharged beyond the point of operation. 28 . the battery is discharged beyond the point where the radio will transmit.
Turn on the radio by rotating the POWER ONOFF/VOLUME knob clockwise. 3. Adjust the POWER ON-OFF/VOLUME knob to the desired volume level. 4. CC SCAN will be displayed if communication with the system's control channel cannot be established. 29 . 5. The radio is now ready to transmit and receive calls. for example.OPERATION TURNING ON THE RADIO 1. A short alert signal (if enabled through programming) indicates the radio is ready to use. the radio is out of range of the trunking site. CC SCAN is displayed on the group line until a control channel is accessed. It may be necessary to move to another location or select another trunking system to re-establish the control channel link for trunked mode operations. The display indicates the current system and group names. 2. The display shows the last selected system and group or a default system and group (depending on programming). Select the desired system and group (see system and group selection section). NOTE In the trunked environment. This may occur if.
The display registers the new system name on line one. or > to scroll through the system list. NOTE: The radio is supplied with a mechanical stop which can.SYSTEM/GROUP/CHANNEL SELECTION System Selection Several methods can be used to select a new system. select a system by turning the SYSTEM/ GROUP/CHANNEL knob to the desired system number position (116). Press the numeric key which is mapped to the desired system. 30 . METHOD 2: From keypad: If system selection is programmed as the primary function of < and >. do not force it. If the knob will not access all positions. METHOD 3: Direct Access: Press 1 to enter the system select mode. The radio will move to the selected system. select a system by pressing <. if desired. The display registers the new system name on line one. METHOD 1: From knob: If system selection is programmed to the SYSTEM/ GROUP/CHANNEL knob. Press M. limit the number of positions accessed.
31 . Press 4. Example: System: 1 = North 2 = South 3 = East 4 = West Group: 1=Group 1 2=Group 2 3=Group 3 4=Group 4 Press 1 (South is the currently selected system). The systems within each bank are then selectable via the SYSTEM/GROUP/CHANNEL knob as described previously in METHOD 1. direct access to systems will not be available. Pressing < or > will scroll through different sets of 16 systems each (banks) if more than 16 systems are programmed into the radio.Note: If system selection is programmed to the SYSTEM/GROUP/CHANNEL knob.
the highest programmed group will remain selected. select a group by turning the SYSTEM/GROUP/CHANNEL knob to the desired group number position. 32 . If the knob is moved to a position greater than the number of programmed groups.Press M. The display registers the new group name on line two. Group or Channel Selection Several methods can be used to select a new group or channel. METHOD 1: From knob: If group selection is programmed to the SYSTEM/GROUP/ CHANNEL knob.
Note: If group selection is programmed to the SYSTEM/GROUP/CHANNEL knob. The radio will move to the selected group. Pressing the < or > will scroll through different sets of 16 groups each (banks) if more than 16 groups are programmed into the radio. Press the numeric key which is mapped to the desired group. The display registers the new group name on line two. 33 . METHOD 2: From keypad: If group selection is programmed as the primary function of < and > select a group by pressing <or > to scroll through the group list. direct access to groups will not be available. The groups within each bank are then selectable via the SYSTEM/GROUP/CHANNEL knob as described in METHOD 1. METHOD 3: Direct Access: Press 2 to enter the group select mode. Press M.
Example: System: 1 = North 2 = South 3 = East 4 = West Group: 1=Group 1 2=Group 2 3=Group 3 4=Group 4 Press 2 (North is the currently selected group). 34 . Press 4. Press M.
2. In this mode the operator selects a communications system and group and the audio communication or working channel (WC) is allocated through digital signaling with the site. 3. or the associated name if the ID number is found in the individual call list.When the radio receives a group call. GROUP CALL . Line one shows GR channel and followed by the logical ID number (if received) of the unit sending the message. Turn on the radio by rotating the POWER ONOFF/VOLUME knob clockwise. A short alert signal (if enabled through programming) indicates the radio is ready to use.TRUNKED MODE OPERATION Digital trunking provides fast communication access at all times. it unmutes on the assigned working comes on. 35 . The LPE-200 stores the initiating radio ID's of the last 10 group calls received on the selected channel. Receiving A Group Call 1. To access this list press the # key twice. even during busy hours.
The initiating radio ID of the last group call received is shown on line one of the display. 36 . See "Individual Calls" section for details. Pressing the M key will display the time elapsed since that call was received. Turning the radio off will clear this list. Pressing PTT will initiate an individual call to the displayed radio ID. Use the > to view the radio ID's of other radios that initiated group calls. Note: The list described above also functions to store previous individual calls received.
5. 2. When the working channel is assigned. Turn on the radio and set the POWER ONOFF/VOLUME knob to the desired volume level. and are displayed and a short mid-pitch tone sounds (if programmed) indicating communication can begin. or a high pitched tone is heard. 3. Refer to the ALERT TONES section for more details. the system may be busy and the call request has been placed in queue or the request has been denied for some reason. Hold the radio approximately three inches from the mouth and speak in a normal voice into the microphone (located upper-left of speaker grille). NOTE If two or more tones. 37 . Press and hold the PTT button.Sending A Group Call 1. Select the desired system and group. The radio will the system and group names and display perform the necessary signaling required to obtain a communication channel. 4. Release the PTT button when the transmission is complete and listen for a reply.
so be careful not to transmit until the channel is clear. NOTE Emergency and Special Call are not operational during conventional failsoft. communications may take place in conventional failsoft mode. An increase in activity on the channel during conventional failsoft operation may be noticed. Also. Conventional Failsoft must be programmed into the radio. CONV FS will be displayed in the alphanumeric display. Emergency Operation The radio's ability to declare an emergency.Conventional Failsoft In the unlikely event of a failure of the EDACS or ProVoice System. Operation during conventional failsoft will be the same as operation on a conventional system. When trunking is restored. The radio will be automatically directed to a communications channel set up for this purpose. the GROUP will not operate. the radio will automatically be returned to normal operation. When an emergency is 38 . During this mode of operation. or use emergency and special call. except that it will not be possible to select a communications channel. remain locked on an emergency system and group. and the emergency audio and display freeze can each be enabled or disabled through programming. clear an emergency.
Press and hold the red EMERGENCY button that is on top of the radio in front of the antenna for approximately one second (this time is programmable and therefore could be longer or shorter. 39 . *TXEMER* flashes on line two in the display until the emergency is cleared. check with the system administrator). The radio will transmit an emergency call request with the radio ID until an emergency channel assignment is received. Declaring an Emergency Call To send an emergency call to selected system and group (or on an optionally preprogrammed group). The message *RXEMER* flashes and in the display on line two until the emergency condition is cleared. the radio sounds a single beep indicating the radio has auto keyed (see Auto Key) and is ready for voice transmission. Press PTT and speak into the microphone in a normal voice. When the working channel assignment is received. Receiving an Emergency Call When receiving an emergency call on the selected group and system. proceed as follows: 1. 2. and momentarily turns on. an alert beep is heard comes on.declared scanning will stop and restarts only after the emergency has been cleared. 3.
Release PTT complete. press the EMERGENCY button. To clear the emergency first press and hold the CLEAR/MONITOR button. Each system's group scan list is retained in memory when the radio is turned off or when the battery pack is removed. • If the radio scans to a group other than the 40 selected group then receives a call on the . when the transmission is 5. See the conventional mode operating procedures for specific procedures on conventional channel scanning. Toggle scan operation on by pressing S (SCAN Model) or 3 (SYSTEM Model). 2. Turning Scan On and Off 1. The following procedures outline scan operations for trunked groups.) SCANNING TRUNKED GROUPS Groups which have been previously added to the scan list on a per system basis may be scanned. (This will work if the radio is programmed to clear emergencies. Toggle scan operation off by again pressing S (SCAN Model) or 3 (SYSTEM Model). will disappear.4. While continuing to hold the CLEAR/MONITOR button. icon rotates clockwise to indicate radio is scanning.
selected group. If the selected group is currently on the list. Adding Groups to a Scan List SCAN Model Radios 1. Select the desired group using the SYSTEM/GROUP/CHANNEL knob and/or the < or > keys. Scan must be off to add/delete groups to/from the scan list. pressing A will display on line three. 4. the radio will switch to the selected group since it has priority. the group can be added to the scan list by pressing the A key. If the scan icon S key to turn scan off. Press the A key a second time to set the group to Priority 2. will be displayed on line three. A is displayed on line three. 41 . press the 2. If the scan list status icon is blank ( ). • Pressing the PTT button when scan is on will cause the radio to transmit on the displayed group or to the currently selected group (depending on programming). is on. • The radio will continue scanning if a new group is selected when scan is on. 3.
To select a lower priority level. If the priority 1 and Priority 2 groups are already set and a new group is assigned as Priority 1 or Priority 2. 42 .5. A Priority 1 group has been preprogrammed into the radio. It is not possible to change the list without reprogramming the radio. The priority level section sequence only advances the group to the next high priority level and stops at priority level 1. A is displayed on line three. Press A a third time to set the group to Priority 1. One of the following messages may be momentarily displayed: SCAN DIS FIXED P1 The radio is not programmed to scan. the group must be deleted from the scan list and then added back to the scan list. FIXD LST Note: To quickly view multiple group scan status. press A then slowly but consistently rotate the group knob. the previously assigned group will change to non-priority scanning. Each group status will appear on the display. Each new group added to the scan list starts at the lowest priority. A new Priority 1 group cannot be selected. A fixed scan list has been preprogrammed into the radio.
With scan operation turned off. Each new group added to the scan list starts at the lowest priority. press 6 to add the group to the scan list. The current priority status of the group will be displayed in column 10 of line three for a time-out period. One of the following messages may be momentarily displayed: SCAN DIS The radio is not programmed to scan. 2. If the Priority 1 and Priority 2 groups are already set and a new group is assigned as Priority 1 or Priority 2. The Priority 1. the group must be deleted from the scan list and then added back to the scan list. three. Press 6. the previously assigned group will change to non-priority scanning.SYSTEM Model Radios 1. A is displayed on line three. Press 6 a second time to set the group to Priority 2. is displayed on line 4. While the status is displayed. select the desired group to add to the selected trunked system group scan list. 5. A priority level selection sequence only advances the group to next higher priority level and stops at priority level 1. 43 . 3. Press 6 a third time to set the group to is displayed on line three. To select a lower priority level. If the group is not part of the scan list the status will be blank.
2. With scan operation turned off. While the current status is displayed. . "blank".FIXED P1 A Priority 1 group has been preprogrammed into the radio. Then slowly but consistently rotate the group knob. The current status of the group is displayed for a time-out period. The sequence is "blank". . Any group that is not in a trunked system group scan list will show a "blank" for the time-out period when it is the selected channel. 3. press either 6 or the 9 key. . Each group status will appear on the display. select the desired group to delete from the selected trunked system group scan list. 44 . A new Priority 1 group cannot be selected. Press A. FIXD LST A fixed scan list has been preprogrammed into the radio. It is not possible to change the list without reprogramming the radio. Deleting Groups from a Scan List SCAN Model Radios 1. Note: To quickly view multiple group scan status. press A until the group from the scan list is "blank".
The group will be deleted from the system's group scan list in the same manner as if done using the steps above. select the desired group to delete from the selected trunked system's group scan list. turns off. Any group that is not in a trunked system group scan list will show a "blank" for the time out period when it is the selected channel. Nuisance Delete A group can also be deleted from the scan list. 2. The current status of the group is displayed for a time-out period.SYSTEM Model Radios 1. . While the status is displayed. Deletions done in this manner will not remain deleted if the radio is turned off and then back on. 45 . With scan operation turned off. by pressing A key (SCAN Model) or 9 key (System Models) during scan operation while the radio is displaying the unwanted group. press 9 to or delete the group from the scan list. if it is not the currently selected group. Press 9. 3.
A key or menu option is also defined to allow the System Scan features to be toggled during radio operation. While receiving the control channel of the selected system. (unless the 46 . Upon the loss of the currently selected system's control channel. The System Scan state will be maintained through system changes but will default to ON at power up. unless you are using the ProSound/ProScan algorithm). the radio will switch to the new system and sound an alert tone. (In order for this feature to work properly. Priority System Scan The radio may also be programmed for Priority System Scan. This is covered in the MENU SELECTION and PREPROGRAMMED KEYPAD KEY sections. radios may be programmed to automatically scan the control channels of other systems. If a new control channel is found. Wide Area System Scanning The LPE-200 radio may be programmed for wide area system scan operation for roaming across mobile systems. periodically the radio will leave the selected system and search for the control channel of the priority system at a programmable rate defined by the value in the Priority Scan Time control. These features are automatically enabled upon radio power up. the control channel of the Priority System must be located on channel one.SCANNING TRUNKED SYSTEMS The radio can be programmed with the following System Scan features. The priority system is the desired or preferred system.
When Wide Area System Scan Is Enabled: If the radio cannot find the control channel of the selected system and begins to wide area system scan.ProSound/ProScan algorithm is enabled as explained on the following page). located in the ProSound/ProScan Options Dialog box. If ProSound/ProScan is enabled. (or meets the predefined criteria (ProSound/ProScan)). the rate at which the radio will scan for the priority system is defined by the System Sample Time control. This priority scan timer is reset each time the PTT button is pressed or when the call is received. the radio will only scan for the priority system control channel if the priority system is in the wide area scan list. When ProSound/ProScan Is Enabled: The radio monitors the priority system and will switch to the priority system if the criteria defined by the controls in the ProSound/ProScan Options dialog box are met. the radio will automatically switch to the priority system. If the priority system control channel is found. 47 .
the radio will begin to look for a better control channel. ProScan The radio may be programmed for ProScan system scan operation for multi-site applications depending on the version of radio flash code. If the control channel is completely lost. (The signal quality metric used for the ProSound algorithm is based on Digital Received Signal Strength Indicator (DRSSI) measurements). Once a control channel that exceeds the pre-programmed parameters is found.ProSound The radio may be programmed for ProSound system scan operation for multi-site applications. the radio will enter Wide Area System scanning and search the programmed adjacent systems until a suitable control channel is found. ProSound provides the radio with the ability to select a new system for the radio to communicate on. ProScan is an improved multi-site system 48 . This is accomplished by enabling each radio to analyze the signal quality of its current control channel and compares it with the signal quality of the control channel for each site in its' adjacency scan list. When the selected system degrades to a pre-programmed level. when the selected system drops below a predefined level. t6he radio will change to the new system and emit a tone. (The ProScan algorithm is available on the LPE-200 Platform with Release R8A or higher radio flash code). ProSound is an enhanced multi-site system scanning algorithm compared to Wide Area System Scan.
If the control channel is completely lost. the radio will change to the new system and emit a tone. Then press M to toggle the System Scan state. the radio will enter Wide Area System scanning and search the programmed adjacent systems until a suitable control channel is found. This is accomplished by enabling each radio to analyze the signal quality of its current control channel and compares it with the signal quality of the control channel for each site in its' adjacency scan list. Once a control channel that exceeds the pre-programmed parameters is found. (The signal quality metric used for the ProScan algorithm is based on a combination of both Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) and Control Channel Verification (CCV) measurements). The SYSC ON or SYSC OFF display message is displayed for two seconds to show the new state.scanning algorithm designed to replace ProSound scanning. the radio will begin to look for a better control channel. Menu Selection Press M and then use the <> control to scroll through the selections until SYS SCAN is displayed. ProScan provides the radio with the ability to select a new system for the radio to communicate on. When the selected system degrades to a pre-programmed level. 49 . when the selected system drops below a predefined level.
the ring begins five seconds after the caller unkeys and will continue until the PTT button. the CLEAR/MONITOR button or the individual call mode is entered. 50 . If a response is made by pressing the PTT to the call prior to the programmed call-back time-out. the radio will return to normal receive display. it unmutes on the assigned working channel and turns on . The first line on the display shows the logical ID number of the unit sending the message. NOTE The volume of the ring is adjustable through the volume control levels. and *WHC* will appear on the first line of the LCD. or the associated name if the ID number is found in the individual call list.Pre-Programmed Keypad Key Press the pre-programmed key and the SYSC ON or SYSC OFF display message is displayed for two seconds to show the new state. If enabled. INDIVIDUAL CALLS Receiving And Responding To An Individual Call (Trunked Mode Only) When the radio receives an individual call (a call directed only to the user's radio). the call will automatically be directed to the originating unit. The radio can be programmed to ring when an individual call is received. If a response is not made before the call-back time-out.
The radio's display will show the callers ID on the first line and WHCI=1 on the second line. Pressing the M key will display the time elapsed since the call was received. After pressing # an example of the display is as follows 51 . Use the < > keys to scroll through the list. The radio stores the ID's of the last 10 callers in the Calls Received List as shown. Individual calls are stored in the top half of the list (1-10) and Group calls are stored in the bottom half of the list (1-10). To access this list. press the # key. Pressing the PTT button at this point will initiate an individual call back to the original caller. The most recent call is stored in position 1.To respond after the call-back time-out. the second most recent call is stored in position 2 etc. press the # key twice.
Sending An Individual Call (Trunked Mode Only) Pre-Stored Individual Calls The following procedures describes how to initiate and complete a pre-stored individual call. The message *INDV* displays on line two. System Model 1. enter the individual call mode using the # turns on. Turning the radio off and on will clear this list. 2. stored numbers using the < or > key. Press the PTT button. Line one shows the called individual's name if found in the list of stored individuals or LID followed by the logical ID number of the unit being called. Then scroll through the list of key. turns off and the channel access tone sounds. when the radio is clear to transmit. turns on. To select a pre-stored individual phone number.Pressing PTT will initiate an individual call to the displayed logical ID. 52 .
Scroll through the mode list using the < or > key. Press the PTT button. Direct Dialing of Individual Calls (System Model only) The following procedures describes how to initiate and complete a direct dialed individual call. 53 . turns off and the channel access tone sounds. turns on. Press M. The message *INDV* displays on line two. 2. Note: The ID of the last individual call made can be recalled by pressing # then the OPTION button. Line one shows the called individual's name or LID.Scan Model 1. To select a pre-stored individual number. 1. Scroll through the list of Press M. it can be entered directly from the keypad. If the individual call ID is not stored in the prestored list of call ID's but the individual unit ID is known. when the radio is clear to transmit turns on. enter the menu mode by using the M key. stored phone numbers using the < or > key until the desired number is displayed.
the calls received list wraps on itself and not into the other list. Line one shows the called individual's ID followed by the logical ID number of the unit being called. If wrap is enabled. the saved call list will be empty and the pre-stored list will be available upon entering the individual call mode. Call Storage Lists There are two lists available for call storage in the LPE-200 radio. When the individual call mode is entered by pressing #. Press the PTT button to transmit. the calls received list is available.10) and the personality list (1 . The saved call list shows all ten storage locations. 54 .turns on. the calls received list (1 . The message *INDV* displays on line two. The user can toggle to the personality list by selecting any index other than 0 or toggle between the two lists by pressing the # key. turns off and the channel access tone sounds.99 as defined by the user). If no calls have been received. 2. Proceed talking into the microphone.
55 . The second line displays *INDV*. Proceed with the call.When in the saved call list. > keys to scroll through the list of stored numbers. press *. When in the pre-stored list pressing the M key toggles the Logical IDentification (LID) on and off. release PTT to listen. Press PTT to talk. pressing the M key toggles the time stamp on and off. > keys to select the menu option "PHN CALL". The first line displays *PHONE*. (Scan Model) To select a previously stored phone number. turns on. it unmutes on the assigned working channel and turns on . The time stamp indicates how long ago the call was received. Use the <. Sending A Telephone Interconnect Call (Trunked Mode Only) Pre-Stored Number Use the following procedures to initiate and complete a Telephone Interconnect call: 1. (System Model) To select a previously stored phone number. TELEPHONE INTERCONNECT CALLS Receiving A Telephone Interconnect Call (Trunked Mode Only) When the radio receives a telephone interconnect call (a call directed only to the user's radio). Use the <. press M.
Line one shows the accompanying name selected from the list of stored numbers. When the radio is clear to transmit. Release the PTT button to listen to the callee. 4. NOTE In half-duplex mode. The message *PHONE* displays on line two. The radio then automatically transmits the programmed number stored in the special call queue. A telephone ring will be heard from the speaker. To terminate the call. 2. Press and release the PTT button. > keys to scroll through the list of prestored numbers. Unsuccessful interconnect signaling returns the radio to the normal receive mode and the number remains displayed until the special call is cleared or the time-out expires or another group or system is selected. 56 . When someone answers the phone. turns on. momentarily press the CLEAR/MONITOR button.Press the M key again then use the <. turns off and the channel access tone sounds. only one person may talk at a time. Terminate a call by pressing the CLEAR/MONITOR button. The radio PTT button needs to be pressed in order to communicate to the individual called and released for the individual called to be heard. press the PTT button and speak into the microphone. 3.
Start by pressing the *. it can be entered directly from the keypad. Note: The last number entered directly can be recalled by first pressing * then the OPTION button. Unsuccessful interconnect signaling returns the radio to the normal receive mode and the number remains displayed until the special call is cleared or the time-out expires or another group or system is selected. 57 . but the phone number is known. When someone answers the phone. A telephone ring can be heard from the speaker. Release the PTT button to listen to the individual called. Terminate a call by pressing the CLEAR/MONITOR button. 3. When the signaling is complete and the radio is clear to transmit. If the phone number is not stored in the prestored list of phone numbers. press the PTT button and speak into the microphone. Then enter the required number from the keypad. The message *PHONE* displays on line two.Direct Dialing of Phone Calls (System Model only) 1. The radio then automatically transmits the dialed number. Press the PTT button: the radio performs the necessary signaling to obtain a communication channel. 2. turns on. Line one shows the called phone number. turns off and the channel access tone sounds.
Overdial operation can also be used to initiate a telephone interconnect call via DTMF signaling if a dial tone has already been accessed on the system. it may be necessary to "over-dial" more digits to access banking services. To terminate the call. answering machines. only one person may talk at a time.NOTE In half-duplex mode. momentarily press the CLEAR/MONITOR button. The radio PTT button needs to be pressed in order to communicate to the individual called and released for the individual called to be heard. then following the selection mode rules. DTMF Overdial / Conventional Mode Telephone Interconnect Once the radio has established a connection to the public telephone system. This is the method that is used for making a telephone interconnect call while operating in the conventional mode but will also function in trunked mode if a dial tone is directly accessible. Telephone numbers and other number sequences for overdialing can be stored in the phone list when programming the radio. credit card calls or other types of systems that require DTMF (Dual-Tone MultiFrequency) access digits. 4. 58 . These numbers are accessed by pressing M.
on. If the number needs to be transmitted again it must be selected or entered again (this prevents unwanted numbers from being sent the next time the PTT button is pressed during the call).The following steps are required to dial these numbers: SCAN Radio: 1. The overdial select/entry mode can be re-entered if the call is still active by pressing M. or M is pressed. Overdial numbers are transmitted by entering the phone mode using the M button. Press M to enter the overdial select/entry mode and follow the selection mode rules to call turns up a stored number from the phone list. 2. This overdial select/entry mode remains active until the call is dropped. cleared. Press PTT to send the overdial sequence once. 59 . Follow the procedure in Sending A Telephone Interconnect Call (Trunked Mode Only) to establish a connection to the telephone system or consult the system administrator for the procedure to access a dial tone on the trunked or conventional system.
trunked group or conventional channel calls. telephone interconnect. If the number needs to be transmitted again it must be selected or entered again (this 60 . Overdial numbers are transmitted using either method as follows: METHOD 1: Press and hold PTT while entering the overdial number sequence from the keypad. Follow the procedure in Sending A Telephone Interconnect Call (Trunked Mode Only) to establish a connection to the telephone system or consult the system administrator for the procedure to access a dial tone on the trunked or conventional system.System Radio: The following steps are required to dial these numbers: 1. 2. turns on.. Press PTT to send the overdial sequence once. METHOD 2: Press * to enter the overdial select/entry mode and follow the selection mode rules to call up a stored number from the phone list or to direct enter the overdial digits. This method sends DTMF tones during individual. Anytime the PTT button is pressed and held. the keypad is enabled for DTMF entry.
PROGRAMMABLE ENTRIES Prestoring Individual and Telephone Interconnect Calls from the Keypad (System Model only) Individual Call ID numbers. Press # or * to enter the individual call list or the phone call list. cleared. Use the following procedure to store a number in one of the first ten entries of a special call list: 1. telephone numbers and other number sequences for overdialing are stored in the special calls lists when programming the radio. changing and storing numbers in these entry locations. The radio operator can change the first ten entry locations of these lists. This overdial select/entry mode remains active until the call is dropped. or M is pressed. NO ENTRY is displayed if the location is empty. 61 . Scroll through the list using the < or > until one of the first ten entries is reached. The overdial select/entry mode can be re-entered if the call is still active by pressing *. 2. turns on.prevents unwanted numbers from being sent the next time the PTT button is pressed during the call). The keypad is used when adding.
Press and hold M until the display changes indicating that the number has been stored. *. A valid selection will permit the status text to appear in the display for a pre-programmed time. or # until an underscore appears in the display (telephone interconnect only). STATUS OPERATION To send a status condition. press the M key followed by < or > key to select the preprogrammed status. STATUS and 0 through 9 preprogrammed status selections are available from the menu. The individual call list entries will accept up to 5 digits. Message operation permits the transmission of a pre-programmed message text to an EDACS site.3. 4. After the time-out expires or the M key has been 62 . Repeat the steps above if the number stored in an entry location needs to be changed. a pause can be entered by pressing and holding 0-9. If STATUS is selected you need to enter the number of the status message you intend to transmit. The phone call list entries accept a combination of up to 31 digits and pauses. 5. Enter the desired number. If no status has been programmed for the selected number key. STATUS/MESSAGE OPERATION Status operation permits the transmission of a pre-programmed status condition to the EDACS site. the radio will display "NO ENTRY". If necessary.
The status selection can also be canceled by pressing the CLEAR button prior to the time-out period. If the status was not sent successfully to the site. press the M key and then the < key to ramp to STS. Dynamic regrouping will not be activated in a radio until an 63 . If the site does not receive the status properly. the radio will sound a low pitched tone. To view the currently selected status after it has been transmitted. re-press the M key again and then the CLEAR button prior to the time-out period. the status is selected and will be transmitted to the site or stored in the radio memory where it can be polled by the site at a future time. DYNAMIC REGROUP OPERATION Dynamic group operation permits multiple talk groups (up to eight) to be added to a radio via the system manager. the text associated with the status will flash in the display.pressed (the M key will override the time-out period). Status messages can also be programmed for single key operation so that a single press of a key assigned to a status message automatically transmits that message. The radio must be preprogrammed to respond to regrouping. MESSAGE OPERATION Message operation is performed in the same manner as status operation in previous paragraph.
The display will indicate "REGRP_0x" where "x" is a digit of 1 to 8 indicating the group when dynamic regroup has been enabled by the user. the radio will 64 . A double beep will sound for entry or exit. the regrouped talkgroup will be in digital mode. Pressing and holding the CLEAR/MONITOR button for 2.5 seconds toggles the user into and out of the dynamic regroup groupset. the display will show "NO ENTRY".activation message is sent by the system manager. Each radio that receives and acknowledges the regrouping instructions is successfully regrouped. The radio will be prevented from transmitting and receiving calls in this condition except for scanned groups. If the selected programmed talkgroup is programmed for digital communication. EMERGENCY OPERATION If the pre-programmed groupset on the currently selected system contains an EMER/HOME group and the radio is in dynamic regroup. if programmed for analog communication. NOTE The mode of communication on a selected talkgroup is determined by programming. the regrouped talkgroup will be in analog mode. If the radio is in dynamic regroup and the user selects a group that has not been regrouped.
contact your communications supervisor or administrator. i. the menu item that is at the top of the menu list will always be displayed first. OPTION button. Subsequent access to the menu function will return the last menu item that was shown in the display and cursor position.declare the emergency on the currently selected dynamic group.e. Each Macro Key is capable of executing up to twenty (20) key strokes. 65 . to any pushbutton input (i. MACRO KEY OPERATION Macro key operation permits the user to accomplish a series of key strokes with a single "macro" key stroke. Upon radio power up. A macro key may also be pre-programmed to change the key stroke sequence the next time the macro key is activated..e. press M. The order and actual menu items available is configurable through programming.). For detail operation and assignment of macro keys. keypad keys. Upon entering the menu selection mode. Menu options will appear on the display. etc. MENU The menu function accesses features that are not available directly from the keypad. To enter the menu mode. Each macro key can be pre-programmed to activate when pressed or when released.
The radio will continue to receive and transmit normally while in the menu function. The menu item's parameter setting shown in the display can now be changed by using <. The possible menu items are listed in Table 1.< or > until the display shows: 66 . An example of the menu item selection process and menu item parameter change is detailed below for the backlight menu item. or > will scroll through a list of informational displays. pressing <. PRESS: M The menu mode is entered. Once the desired setting is reached press M to store the value and return the menu option selection level. When the required menu item has been found align the cursor with the option then press M to select it. PRESS: . For menu items that display radio information. or > to scroll through the list of parameter values. To scroll through the menu options use the <. or > keys.
The menu items are listed Table 2. 67 .or > will scroll through a list of informational displays.PRESS: M The backlight menu item is activated. For menu items that display radio information pressing <. or >. Line one shows the active menu item and its current parameter setting. Once the desired setting is reached press M to store the value and return the menu option selection level. The menu item's parameter setting shown in the display can now be changed by using <. Line two shows the currently selected system or group name.
Backlight Adjust Menu item: OFF-ON BCK LIGHT Once selected: BCKL= Menu item: 1.* radio). (NOTE: this sequence is also a short cut to locking the keypad.NOTE The TX POWER menu item. Toggle Scan On/Off Toggle Private Mode Display current Encryption Key SCAN PRIVATE DISP KEY Informational Displaces current encryption displays only (see key. LO TX POWER AUTO-TRNK Once selected: POWER= Menu item: REVISION Contrast Adjust Selects the display contrast level. when selected.Menu Item Information FEATURE Keypad Lock DISPLAY PARAMETER SETTING Menu item: Locked KEY LOCK Unlocked Once selected: LOCKED COMMENT Locks the keypad. radio). no user selectable settings 68 . toggles LO/HI/AUTO power for trunked systems or LO/HI power for conventional systems. press and release "M" then within 1 second press the option button.) Selects the light level for backlighting. 3. 2. It does not use < or > to scroll nor an additional press of the M button. ON/OFF ON/OFF Toggles Scan operation On/Off. 4 CONTRAST Once selected: CNTRST= Menu item: HI. Transmit Power Select Selects: radio output power mode Radio Revision Information Informational Selects the information displays only (see display to view. Toggles private mode ON/Off. no user selectable settings. To unlock. Table 2 .
NO DATA IND CALL ON/OFF N/A Select Group GRP SEL N/A Talkaround Select Channel TALKARND CHN SEL ON/OFF N/A ProFeatures Menu item: PROFEAT SERIAL_ROM_ # FEATDATA_2 TRKSYS# Informational displays only (see radio). SYS SEL N/A Add Group/ Channel to Scan List Delete Group/Channel From Scan List Add/Delete Scan List Select Telephone Numbers From Phone List Data Operation Select Individual Call from IC List SCAN ADD N/A SCAN DEL N/A Deletes from Scan List. no user selectable settings 69 . Conventional Only. deletes from Scan List. Refer to the Table of Contents for TELEPHONE INTERCONNECT CALLS. Adds to Scan List.FEATURE Display Current Home Group/ Channel Select Desired System DISPLAY PARAMETER SETTING HOME N/A COMMENT Selects Home Group/Channel Refer to the Table of Contents for SYSTEM/ GROUP/ CHANNEL SELECTION. Trunked Only. Trunked Only. Toggles Data operation On/Off Trunked Only. Trunked Only. Toggles talkaround feature On/Off Conventional Only. Refer to the Table of Contents for SYSTEM/GROUP/ CHANNEL SELECTION. Refer to the Table of Contents for TELEPHONE INTERCONNECT CALLS. SCAN A/D PHN CALL N/A N/A Add. Table of Contents for SYSTEM/GROUP/ CHANNEL SELECTION Indicates current features programmed into the radio as well as certain information required to add features to the radio (refer to Table of Contents for ProFeatures).
01A . These analog signals are non-digitized and 70 . no user selectable settings COMMENT Indicates current features programmed into the radio as well as certain information required to add features to the radio (refer to the Table of Contents for Feature Encryption Display. System Scan Enable Menu Item: ON.1995 FLSH .FEATURE Feature Encryption Display DISPLAY PARAMETER SETTING Menu Item: FEATURES Once selected: See Feature Encryption Display section Informational displays only.revision state DSP Software DIGITAL VOICE OPERATION Digital voice programmed systems have three (3) different voice modes: clear (analog).VER DSP_ _RAM Personality Name Copyright FLASH Software r . digital and private (encrypted).NAME XXXXXXXX COM-NET ERICSSON (C) . System Scan features are toggled on and off. Clear Mode The clear mode is a voice mode in which the radio transmits and receives only clear (analog) voice signals.released. OFF SYS SCAN Once selected: SYSC ON or SYSC OFF *Information Display PRS . The voice modes are programmed on a per-group basis within each trunked system and on a per-channel basis within each conventional system.).
Groups and channels programmed for digital operation transmit only digital signals. If receiving an analog message trunked call. Digital Mode The digital mode allows the radio to transmit and receive digitized voice signals. the radio responds in the analog mode during the hang time. 2. then the call is transmitted as defined by the I-Call mode programmed in the list for that ID. Digital signals provide improved weak signal performance and cannot be easily monitored with a standard receiver. all call. 3. the call is transmitted in the mode defined by the system mode as programmed for the current system if the ID being called is not in the I-Call list. If the ID is in the I-Call list. When using the *WHC* feature to respond to an I-Call (after the hang time has expired).non-encrypted. Message trunked group calls and individual calls are answered back in the mode which they are were received assuming the call or hang time is still active. If receiving an analog I-Call. Individual phone. and emergency calls are transmitted clear if the digital mode is disabled or inoperative. the radio responds in the analog mode during the hang time on the working channel. 71 . Clear mode transmissions can be easily monitored by unauthorized persons. Groups or channels programmed for clear operation cannot transmit or receive digital or private messages. 1.
the mode may be toggled between private 72 . The on when the private mode is enabled. the radio transmits private. all transmissions are private transmissions and the radio receives clear status icon display turns and private signals. If the selected group or channel is programmed for autoselect capability. Up to seven (7) different cryptographic keys. If no hang time is active. Groups and channels within the digital system can be programmed for keys 1-7 (private). Cryptographic keys are transferred to the radio using a cryptographic Keyloader. An individual key is automatically selected on a pergroup/channel basis according to the radio programming. Private Mode The private modes allow the radio to transmit encrypted messages and receive clear or private transmissions. can be transferred from a Keyloader and stored in the radio. The radio transmits private if the group/channel is programmed for private operation and forced operation is pre-programmed. When operating on a group or channel programmed for private mode. Up to 8 banks of 7 keys can be stored for private systems. If autoselect operation is pre-programmed and the radio is in the private mode. numbered 1-7.DTMF The overdial DTMF tones are not available while in the Digital Mode. The bank is specified per system. the radio transmits in the mode of the received call if the hang time is active.
perform the following procedure: 1.and clear with the M key." 3. phone. Radios programmed for forced private operation do not allow a change of the transmit mode. Then use the < or > button to toggle between displaying the system key or the group/channel key. Displaying the Currently Used Cryptographic Key Number To display the cryptographic key currently in use for either the system encryption key (for special call such as individual. 2. Use the < or > button to select "DISP KEY. agency or fleet) or the group/channel key (for group or conventional calls). System Encryption Key 73 . Press the M button . then following the selection mode rules. all.
If the transmission being received is an encrypted transmission. A series of beeps will begins at the start of the 2 second period and then switch to a solid tone after the keys have been zeroed. The display will indicate "KEY ZERO. the icon will turn on. press and hold the OPTION button." If the cryptographic key(s) are zeroed. it will be decrypted. Press both buttons for 2 seconds. the receiver will unsquelch and the message will be heard in the speaker. the radio automatically switches between clear or private operation. the selected group or channel must be programmed for 74 . Private Operation Receiving an Encrypted Call When receiving.Group/Channel Encryption Key Key Zero All cryptographic keys can be zeroed (erased from radio memory) by pressing the MONITOR/CLEAR button and while still pressing this button. For this to occur. one or more keys must be transferred from the Keyloader into the radio before private communications may continue.
private operation and the correct cryptographic key must be loaded into the radio. When private mode is enabled. the icon will be on. Place the radio in private mode by pressing the M key. "PVT DIS" will be displayed if attempt is made to enable private transmit mode. the private mode will be enabled on power up. It is not possible to operate on this group/channel in private mode. the 4 key can be used to toggle the private mode on/off. If the last state of the radio was private mode. On a System radio. If a group or channel is not programmed for private mode operation. Continue with standard transmission procedures. 3. Select the desired group or channel. 75 . Transmitting an Encrypted Call 1. "NO KEY#" will be displayed and the call will not be transmitted. 2. If the radio does not have the correct encryption key loaded. Also the private mode will be enabled if forced operation has been programmed in the radio. then follow the selection mode rules. A private mode access tone will be heard when the PTT button is pressed.
During the scan hang time. If a group is entered in the scan list more than once and in different modes (clear. For example. digital. it will only receive clear calls. if the radio was programmed for autoselect.Scanned Group Calls Receiving a scanned group call is the same as receiving a selected group call. provided autoselect was programmed in the radio. The user can select transmitting on the scanned or selected group. 76 . it will transmit back in the same mode it received the call. only the first occurrence of the group will be used. if a clear group is entered in the scan list. If the same group was available in private and entered in the scan list. private). it can receive clear and private calls.
The user of this technology is explicitly prohibited from attempting to decompile.Transmit/Receive Mode Compatibility For Digital Voice Operation GROUP/CHANNEL PROGRAMMING (TRANSMIT) CLEAR DIGITAL PRIVATE CLEAR RECEIVE Yes Yes Yes DIGITAL RECEIVE No Yes No PRIVATE RECEIVE No No Yes* *assumes the proper cryptographic key is loaded NOTE Conventional Digital or encrypted channels require Channel Guard on the channel to operate correctly. copyrights. or in any other way convert the Object Code into a human-readable form 77 . NOTE The voice coding technology embodied in this product is protected by intellectual property rights including patent rights. reverse engineer. Inc.Table 3 . and trade secrets of Digital Voice Systems. or disassemble the Object Code.
permit either voice or data calls to be transmitted or received.PORTABLE DATA The LPE-200 radios. 78 . however. when operating in the EDACS configuration. Data communications is not supported in the conventional mode. radios may also be programmed for data only operation (no voice calls transmitted or received). TX DATA RX DATA DATA OFF Displayed on top line of display when the radio is transmitting a data call. Displayed on top line of display when the radio is in the data disabled state. The radio can handle only one type of call at a time. selection of either data or voice is selected transparently by the operator through normal usage of the radio. Displayed on top line of display when the radio is receiving a data call. Additionally.91 or greater) may be connected to the radio. Support for MDT's or host computers is a programmable option per radio. DISPLAYS The following will be displayed in the display during the various states of data mode of operation. The radios can be connected to Mobile Data Terminals (MDT) or to a host computer. Any RS-232 compatible device that supports the Radio Data Interface (RDI) protocol (Version 1.
• Declaring an emergency (not to be used unless an actual emergency condition exists).DATA ON Displayed for two seconds on top line of display when the radio is toggled to the data enabled state. "DATA ON" will be displayed on the top line in the display for two seconds then the display returns to normal. 79 . When the data state is disabled. • Pressing the no data (ND) key toggles data state on or off. Alert tone will sound. no data (ND) • Pressing the OPTION button (if pre-programmed • Pressing key (pre- DATA ON OPERATION The data state is enabled by one of the following (depending on how it was disabled). Alert tone will sound. for no data key). DATA OFF OPERATION The radio can be placed in the data disabled state by any of the following methods. • Clearing an emergency but valid only if emergency caused data off operation. the display shows "DATA OFF" on the top line. the programmed).
SCAN LOCKOUT MODE Following the transmission or reception of a data call. the data call is immediately terminated and the radio per-forms the desired function: • PTT activated. • • • • 80 The CLEAR button is pressed. if scan is enabled. A group or system change. the following actions will terminate the scan lockout mode before the timeout is completed. If. scanning will stop temporarily [two independent pre-programmed times (after receive data call and after transmit data call)].EXITING DATA CALLS Under normal conditions. • A group or system change. During this time the scan indicator will flash to indicate that scan is enabled but temporarily suspended. • Emergency declared by pressing the preprogrammed emergency button. the radio enters the scan lockout mode and returns to the control channel after completion of a data call (transmit or receive). . The PTT is pressed. This mode is normally exited when the pre-programmed time expires. however. one of the following conditions occurs. during a data call. Entering phone call mode.
The CLEAR/MONITOR button unmutes the receiver so activity on the selected channel can be monitored. Receiving Agency. Each channel consists of a preset frequency pair for transmit and receive during repeater operation. DATA LOCKOUT MODE During the voice call scan hang time (preprogrammed) the radio will not receive data calls. Receiving an individual or phone call. Each conventional channel may have one or more features. the operator selects a conventional system which includes one or more conventional channels. Fleet or System All Call. When pressed and held for approximately 3 seconds this button toggles conventional channel decoding (Channel Guard. 81 . such as Channel Guard. Pressing S or 3 to turn scan on or off. To use this mode. programmed when the channel is selected. • A new emergency assignment has been received.• Entering individual call mode. CONVENTIONAL OPERATION The radio functions in the conventional mode when using conventional communications channels (non-trunked). or a single frequency for both transmit and receive during talk-around (no repeater) operation. • • • • An emergency declared or cleared.
Digital Channel Guard ) on and off if programmed for the selected channel. will be on when channel guard is enabled on a selected channel. RECEIVING A CALL 1. Turn on the radio by rotating the POWER ONOFF/VOLUME knob clockwise (out of detent). A short alert signal (if enabled through programming) indicates the radio is ready to use. 2. Adjust the POWER ON-OFF/VOLUME knob to the desired volume level. 3. Select the desired conventional system and channel. The display indicates the current conventional system and channel names. 4. The radio is now ready to receive calls. 5. When the radio receives a call (and the correct encoding is decoded, if programmed and enabled), it unmutes on the channel and comes on. SENDING A CALL 1. Turn on the radio and set the POWER ONOFF/VOLUME knob to the desired volume level. Select the desired conventional system and channel. 2. Ensure that the channel is not busy by pressing the CLEAR/MONITOR button to momentarily disable any channel decoding and unmute the 82
receiver or observe the display for the absence of . If the Channel Busy Lockout feature is programmed for the selected channel, the radio will not transmit when the channel is busy. 3. Press and hold the PTT button. The radio will and a short beep sounds (if display programmed) indicating that communication can begin. 4. Hold the radio approximately three inches from the mouth and speak in a normal voice into the microphone (located at upper left front corner). 5. Release the PTT button when the transmission is complete and listen for a reply. The following procedures outline scan operations for conventional channels. ADDING CHANNELS TO A SCAN LIST 1. With scan operation turned off select the desired channel to add to the selected conventional system channel scan list. 2. Press A (Scan) or 6 (System). The current status will be displayed in column 10 of line three for a time-out period. Press A or is 6 to add the channel to the scan list. displayed on the line. This sets the selected channel for non-priority scanning. One of the following messages may be momentarily displayed: 83
SCAN DIS FIXD LST
The radio is not programmed to scan. A fixed scan list has been preprogrammed into the radio. It is not possible to change the list without reprogramming the radio.
DELETING CHANNELS FROM A SCAN LIST 1. With scan operation turned off select the desired channel to delete from the selected conventional system's channel scan list. 2. Press A (Scan) or 9 (System). The current status is displayed for a time-out period. 3. Press A or 9 during this time-out period to delete the channel from the scan list. , turns off. Any channel that is not in a conventional system channel scan list will show a "blank" for the time-out period when it is the selected channel. Nuisance Delete A channel can also be deleted from the scan list, if it is not the currently selected channel, by pressing A (scan) key during scan operation while the radio is displaying the unwanted channel. The channel will be deleted from the system's channel scan list in the same manner as if done using the steps above. Deletions done in this manner will not remain deleted if the radio is turned off and then back on. 84
The radio will resume operation on the selected channel. TURNING SCAN OFF Toggle scan operation off by pressing S or 3. Toggle scan operation on by pressing S or 3. • The radio will continue scanning if a new channel is selected when scan is on. When a channel on the scan list receives a channel assignment. comes on and the received scan channel is displayed. NOTE Scan will be temporarily disabled when an emergency is declared. the radio unmutes on the assigned channel. 2.TURNING SCAN ON 1. • Pressing the PTT button when scan is on will cause the radio to transmit on the displayed channel or to the currently selected channel (depending on programming). rotates clockwise when the radio is scanning. 85 .
and result in a smoothly functioning radio network. In conventional mode the radio operates in much the same way as a telephone "party line" therefore always listen to make sure that the line is clear--that no one else is on the air--before sending any messages. alterations or substitution of recommended parts made by the user to this equipment not approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate the equipment in addition to the manufacturer's warranty. If someone is sending an emergency message--such as reporting a fire or asking for help in an accident--KEEP OFF THE AIR! 86 . Two-way FM radio systems must be operated in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It is a violation of FCC rules to interrupt any distress or emergency message. assure the most efficient use of existing radio channels.OPERATING RULES AND REGULATIONS NOTE Repairs to this equipment should be made only by an authorized service technician or facility designated by the supplier. remember these rules: 1. As an operator of two way radio equipment. Following these rules will help to eliminate confusion. the user must be thoroughly familiar with the rules that apply to the intended type of radio operation. Any repairs. When using the radio.
Conversations between others sharing a communications channel must be regarded as confidential. 8. 7. use coded messages whenever possible. 4.2. It is against the law to send false call letters or a false distress or emergency message. The FCC requires that conversations be brief and confined to business. Use of profane or obscene prohibited by Federal Law. 6. No changes or adjustment shall be made to the equipment except by an authorized or certified electronic technician. language is 3. The FCC also requires that the caller be identified at certain specific times by means of call letters. Only those messages essential for the business operation may be sent. Using the radio to send personal messages (except in an emergency) is a violation of FCC rules. To save time. 87 . 5. Refer to the rules that apply to the particular type of operation for the proper procedure. It is against the Federal law to repeat or otherwise make known anything overheard on the radio.
• Obstructions such as mountains or buildings In areas where transmission or reception is poor.OPERATING TIPS The following conditions tend to reduce the effective range of two-way radios and should be avoided whenever possible. some improvements may be obtained by insuring that the antenna is vertical. • Operating the radio in low areas of terrain or while under power lines or bridges. • Operating the radio inside of a vehicle or in a metal or steel framed building unless using an outside antenna. between the sending and receiving parties. This also applies to rechargeable batteries that have been stored for long periods. 88 . Moving a few yards in another direction or moving to a higher elevation may also improve communication. When the battery pack requires charging. it should be fully charged before placing it into service. the radio will signal the operator with an alert tone and the radio will display in its LCD. BATTERY PACKS CHARGING THE BATTERY PACK After receiving a new rechargeable battery pack.
always turn the radio off to ensure a full charge. Improvements in the manufacturing of present generation NiCD rechargeable batteries minimize the probability of M/A-COM batteries developing memory. It is recommended that on a regular basis the battery be charged on a M/A-COM rapid charger and discharged on the radio until the low battery is indicated. Charging a battery in a M/A-COM rapid charger and discharging the battery pack with the radio until low battery is indicated is considered one cycle. Charging in non-M/A-COM equipment may lead to battery damage and void the battery warranty. When charging a battery pack that is attached to a radio.Chargers are available with nominal charge times of one hour. 89 . Combinations include single and multiposition. For specific instructions refer to the applicable charger Operating Manual. rapid charge units. Batteries which have been stored (charged or discharged) will generally not be capable of full capacity until the batteries have been fully cycled two or three times.
90 . they may be recycled. Call Toll Free 1-800-8-BATTERY for information and/or procedures for returning rechargeable batteries in your state. Ensure the POWER ON-OFF/VOLUME knob is in the OFF (detent) position. Call Toll Free 1-800-8-BATTERY for information and/or procedures regarding the recycling of nickel metal hydride rechargeable batteries.RECHARGEABLE BATTERY PACK DISPOSAL NICKEL CADMIUM (NiCd) BATTERY PACK DISPOSAL The product you have purchased may contain a NiCd (Nickel Cadmium) rechargeable. Check with your local solid waste officials for details concerning recycling options or proper disposal in your area. NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE (NiMH) BATTERY PACK DISPOSAL There are no laws regulating the disposal of nickel metal hydride rechargeable batteries. At the end of its useful life under various state and local laws it may be illegal to dispose of this battery into the municipal waste stream. recyclable battery. INSTALLING THE BATTERY PACK 1. However.
Ensure the POWER ON-OFF/VOLUME knob is in the OFF (detent) position. 1. push down and slide the battery toward the battery latch until the battery latch clicks into place. Take hold of the Battery Pack and slide it back until it stops. 4. Push down and slide the battery pack into place. Figure 7 . When replacing the battery pack. Align the battery pack tabs with the battery mounting plate slots on the back of the radio (see Figure 7).Installing and Removing the Battery Pack REMOVING THE BATTERY PACK 1. Lift up and separate the battery pack from the radio. 3.2. While pressing the Battery Pack Release Button 2. 3. align the ribs on the sides of the battery pack with the slots in the sides of the radio. Insert the tabs into the slots. 91 .
III.2. Division 1 hazardous locations in the presence of Groups D. 92 . F and G atmospheres. Division 2 Groups A. Approval through the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) includes Class I Group D. II. INTRINSICALLY SAFE USAGE Selected portable radios with appropriate factory installed options are certified as Intrinsically Safe by the Factory Mutual Research Corporation and the Canadian Standards Association. Intrinsically Safe approval through Factory Mutual includes Class I. C and D atmospheres. Quincy. Useful standards NFPA 437A and NFPA 437M for the classifications of hazardous areas can be ordered from the National Fire Protection Association. Hazardous locations are defined in the National Electrical Code. Class II Group G Coal Dust. Press the battery release button to release the battery. Then lift up and away until it separate from the radio. Remove the battery pack by sliding it back until it stops. Division 2 hazardous locations in the presence of Groups A. Batterymarch Park. 3. B. MA 02269. and Class III. C and D. Non-Incendive approval includes Class I. CSA approval also includes Class I. B.
High Capacity 93 . The following battery packs are approved for use in intrinsically safe radios: BKB 191 202/2 Rechargeable Battery Pack.BATTERY PACKS Only battery packs identified with a green FM/CSA label shall be used with a portable radio that is rated and labeled as Factory Mutual/CSA Intrinsically Safe. Use of nonspecified battery packs voids Factory Mutual/CSA approval. Extra High Capacity BKB 191 203/2 Rechargeable Battery Pack.
Elevated Feed Belt Clip Belt Loop w/swivel Leather Case w/Belt Loop Leather Case w/swivel & Belt Loop Shoulder Strap RLD 541 07/11 KRE 101 1223/01 Whip KRE 101 1216/01 KRY 101 1232/2 KRY 101 1608/A1 KRY 101 1605/01 KRY 101 1605/02 KRY 101 1607/1 94 . 806-870 MHz. A4 Speaker Microphone Speaker Microphone with Antenna ProVision (order antenna seperately) Earpiece Kit Antenna. The following accessories are for use with intrinsically safe radios: KRY 101 1617/3 KRY 101 1617/A2. 806-870 MHz. Antenna.ACCESSORIES Use of accessories other than those listed voids Factory Mutual/CSA approval.
when a unit in a particular group is talking to the base dispatch unit.a fleet of users consists of multiple groups (subfleets). (Trunked Mode Only) . Units can be programmed to initiate agency calls to access multiple fleets. . . (Trunked Mode Only) Base/Unit Operation control channel conventional channel conventional mode CCT CG Dynamic Regrouping fleet 95 .a radio channel (transmit/receive) that is allocated for conventional (non-trunked) use and may be manually selected by the operator.Carrier Controlled Timer . .an agency is composed of multiple fleets. not to other mobiles or personals in the group. In this mode of operation.Channel Guard . .a radio channel in a trunked system that is used to digitally communicate with the radios operating on the system when they are not engaged in active voice communications.GLOSSARY agency .a method of controlling receiver mute with a tone or digital code. all other mobile and personal radios in that group will receive a "System Busy" tone if they try to access the system.a programmed option used in some fleets so units can only hear and talk to a base dispatch unit. .communicating on radio channels allocated for conventional use. (Trunked Mode Only) . Radios can be programmed to make fleet calls to simultaneously access multiple user groups.a programmable timer that will disable a transmission if the timer length is exceeded. .Dynamic Regrouping is a feature which allows the System Manager to dynamically program new groups into selected radios. The System Manager develops the regrouping plan and directs the site controller to send each radio the regroup information.
(The radio may also be programmed for no lock out period. (Trunked Mode Only) queueing . (Trunked Mode only). (Trunked Mode Only) group scan Individual Call .programming that allows the radio to monitor up to 64 separate groups simultaneously (multigroup decode). When a radio receives a call from one of these groups. the radio sounds two short low pitched "beeps" and is again ready to receive a call from any of the programmed groups. A mobile or personal unit can be programmed to call another particular unit by selecting the individual by name or ID number.the terms "system" and "area" are used interchangeably to refer to the particular group of station repeaters currently providing service to the radio.) At the end of the "lock out" period.the process that occurs when all channels in a trunked system are busy and calls must be addressed on a priority basis. and not send or receive calls from other groups for a programmed period of 5.the computer controlled radio equipment at the repeater site that controls a trunking system. site controller .a computer that preforms the data basing and system monitoring for the site controller. .group subfleet or .Every radio in the system is programmed with a unique individual identification code.a group of users share the same program group identification number in their mobile and personal radios. 96 . it will "lock out". 10 or 15 seconds. System Manager . permitting the user to respond to the group call. All units in the same group will receive a dispatch call placed by any one unit in the group. system (area) . permitting the user to both monitor and receive calls from these groups.
trunked radio . .a radio channel (transmit/receive) that is automatically assigned by the site controller for voice or data communications.a radio system in which a limited number of system radio channels is dynamically allocated to groups of people for communication purposes. It is intended to maintain communications outside of the main system coverage area. Trunked Operation .also referred to as "direct mode".System Scan . trunked system Wide Area Encode . Telephone .a programmed option which ensures all system scanning mobile and personal radios have time to lock onto the call before the initiating unit is allowed to talk. By using high speed digital data the radio goes to an unused channel when a call is initiated and will also only respond to calls in the same user group. (Trunked Mode Only) trunked group . In this way conversation privacy between user groups is assured. (Trunked Mode Only) Talk-around mode .this feature allows the user to initiate or receive Interconnect telephone calls through the radio if the system is configured for this operation.Trunked Operation refers to the use of a set of radio frequency channels by multiple user groups.a set of one or more trunked groups.a radio communications path shared by two or more users. . working channel 97 .a programmed feature to scan (monitor activity on) separate trunked systems and receive calls on any of these systems. talk-around provides a direct unit-to-unit short range communications link.
or at the Buyer’s location. Seller shall correct the failure at its option (i) by repairing any defective or damaged part or parts thereof. Service on fixed location equipment more than thirty (30) miles from the Service Center or other approved Servicer’s place of business will include a charge for transportation. SPECIAL. operable on arrival only. tort (including negligence). 5. or part thereof. two (2) years. for PANTHER Series handportable and mobile radios. installed. (v) has been subjected to any other kind of misuse or detrimental exposure. used. strict liability or otherwise. M/A-COM 3315 Old Forest Road Lynchburg. or (iv) is not properly stored. 4. if any. Seller gives no warranty. This warranty applies only within the United States. M/A-COM Private Radio Systems. Seller’s obligations set forth in Paragraph C below shall apply only to failures to meet the above warranties (except as to title) occurring within the following periods of time from date of sale to the Buyer and are conditioned on Buyer’s giving written notice to Seller within thirty (30) days of such occurrence: 1. (iii) has a normal life inherently shorter than the warranty periods specified in Paragraph B. E. CONSEQUENTIAL. VA 24501 1-800-528-7711 AE/LZT 123 3248/1 R5A 98 . written. D. To be eligible for no-charge labor. Where such failure cannot be corrected by Seller’s reasonable efforts. all such liability shall terminate. for mobile or personal equipment. and only the warranty. INDIRECT OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES. Labor to perform warranty service will be provided at no charge during the warranty period only for the Equipment covered under Paragraph B. the parties will negotiate an equitable adjustment in price. given by the manufacturer shall apply. two (2) years.3. and however instituted. 2. If any Equipment fails to meet the foregoing warranties. NO IMPLIED OR STATUTORY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE SHALL APPLY. for Cougar Series handportable and mobile radios. Seller’s obligations under Paragraph C shall not apply to any Equipment. for all other Equipment of Seller’s manufacture. (ii) by making available at Seller’s factory any necessary repaired or replacement parts. whether the claim is in contract. maintained or repaired. for fuses and non-rechargeable batteries. one (1) year. Batteries are excluded from this warranty but are warranted under a separate Battery Warranty. B. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE SELLER BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL. whether oral.1) sold by Seller’s Service Parts Operation. implied or statutory. The preceding paragraphs set forth the exclusive remedies for claims (except as to title) based upon defects in or nonconformity of the Equipment. and shall conform to its published specifications. (ii) is normally consumed in operation or. for parts and accessories (except as noted in B. Any repaired or replacement part furnished hereunder shall be warranted for the remainder of the warranty period of the Equipment in which it is installed. or (iii) by replacing the failed Equipment with equivalent new or refurbished Equipment. C. ninety (90) days. 3. With respect to any Equipment not manufactured by or for the Seller (except for integral parts of Seller's Equipment to which the warranties set forth above shall apply). expressed. for fixed location equipment.WARRANTY A. Upon the expiration of the warranty period. or has been involved in an accident. warranty. which (i) has been modified or otherwise altered other than pursuant to Seller’s written instructions or written approval or. Inc. workmanship and title. or. (hereinafter "Seller") warrants to the original purchaser for use (hereinafter "Buyer") that Equipment manufactured by or for the Seller shall be free from defects in material. The foregoing warranties are exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties. service must be performed by an Authorized Service Center (ASC) or other Servicer approved for these purposes either at its place of business during normal business hours.
implied or statutory. Seller shall correct the failure by issuing a replacement battery upon receipt of the defective battery at an Authorized Service Center (ASC). batteries shall be deemed defective if (1) the battery capacity is less than 80% rated capacity. B. Replacement batteries shall be warranted only for the remaining unexpired warranty period of the original battery. C. or has been involved in an accident. D. strict liability or otherwise. and shall conform to its published specifications for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of purchase. consult the Yellow Pages. and however instituted.BATTERY WARRANTY A. (hereinafter "Seller") warrants to the original purchaser for use (hereinafter "Buyer") that nickel-cadmium and nickel-metal hydride batteries supplied by Seller shall be free from defects in material and workmanship. The battery is used in equipment or service other than the radio equipment for which it is specified. tort (including negligence). NO IMPLIED OR STATUTORY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE SHALL APPLY. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL. 2. Virginia 24501 1-800-528-7711 AE/LZT 123 3248/2 R4A 99 . For purposes of this warranty. E. SPECIAL. The battery has been subjected to any kind of misuse. CONSEQUENTIAL. This warranty becomes void if: 1. all such liability shall terminate. M/A-COM Private Radio Systems. ask your salesperson. warranty. M/A-COM 3315 Old Forest Road Lynchburg. The preceding paragraphs set forth the exclusive remedies for claims (except as to title) based upon defects in or non-conformity of any battery. The foregoing warranties are exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties. If any battery fails to meet the foregoing warranty. This warranty applies only within the United States. or call the number printed at the bottom of this page. Inc. To obtain the name and address of an ASC. Upon the expiration of the warranty period. detrimental exposure. whether oral. whether the claim is in contract. INDIRECT OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES. or (2) the battery develops leakage. written. expressed.
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EMERGENCY NUMBERS Police State Police Fire Poison Control Ambulance Life Saving and Rescue Squad 101 .
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