Manuale Motorola Talkabout T72 Ricetrasmittente

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Additional Information
Internal Voice Operated Transmission (iVOX)/Voice Operated
Transmission (VOX)
The microphone detects if you are talking when using VOX/iVOX. If you are
talking, the radio triggers transmission automatically.
• When iVOX is displayed, the radio uses the built-in microphone to detect
your voice.
• When a VOX headset is connected to the radio, VOX is displayed and the
headset microphone is used to detect your voice.
You can turn off or select the following settings to select the
sensitivity level.
Note: Pressing the PTT button cancels the VOX/iVOX transmission.
High Sensitivity for quiet environments. Speaking softly is
enough to trigger VOX/iVOX transmission.
L2 Medium Sensitivity for most environments
Low Sensitivity for noisy environments. You must speak up to
trigger VOX/iVOX transmission.
Call Tone
When you send a Call Tone, the receiving radio sounds a tone similar to
phone ringing tone.
Radio scans for voice activity by cycling through the channels. When signals
are detected, the signal is sent to the speaker. This feature allows you to find
which channel is being used by other groups and have heavy traffic. This
helps you to avoid the busy channels when deciding which channel to use for
your group.
You can hear everything including noise on your current radio channel. This
feature allows you to monitor a channel for weak signals.
Roger Tone
This feature adds a beep to mark the end of a transmission when you release
the PTT button. When the receiver hears the roger tone, it is a confirmation
that complete message has been received.
This radio is weatherproof to IP54 standards. The radio is resistant to
occasional splash of water only when the battery and connector covers are
sealed. Do not expose the radio to water for extended period of time. Do not
submerge the radio in water.
1. High or Low Power
2. Transmit or Receive
4. Easy Pairing
5. Call Tone
6. Lock
7. Battery
8. Scan
9. Roger Tone
10. Monitor
11. Code
12. Mute
13. Channel
Buttons Descriptions
• Press to enter Menu and scroll through the menu screen.
• Press and hold for two seconds to turn on or off the radio.
• Press to adjust the volume level.
• Press to change the settings or trigger action in the menu screen.
• Press and hold to talk, release to stop transmission.
• Press to exit menu screen and return to home screen.
Easy Pairing
Copy channel and code settings from radio A to radio B.
1. Radio B–Hold the button until you hear a beep. The radio is ready to
be paired. Multiple radios can be paired simultaneously.
2. Radio A–Hold the button until you hear a double beep. The radio
broadcasts channel and code settings for other radios to pair.
1. Getting to Know Your Radio
Battery Door Latch
(Slide to lock/unlock)
PTT Button
USB Charging Port
Headphone Jack
Easy Pairing
Installing and Charging the Battery
Turning your Radio On and Off
To turn the radio on or off, hold the Power/Menu button until the display turns
on or off.
Channel and Codes
• Set your radios with the same channel and code setting to enable communication
with other radios.
• The channel setting controls the radio frequency. To avoid jamming, select a
channel that is not used by others in your area. See table in Section 3, “Scan” for
more information on selecting unused channel.
• The code setting on the transmitting and receiving radios need to match, otherwise
the receiving radio blocks the received signal. This feature helps you to mute
unwanted voices from other radio users transmitting on your channel.
• When code is set to zero, radio does not block any signal and everything that is
picked up on the channel is sent to the speaker. Motorola Solutions recommends
setting your code to zero when using XT185/T72 with radios that do not support the
code feature. See Section 3, “Navigating the Menu Pages” for detailed instructions
on how to change settings.
• Channel and code settings can be copied from one radio to multiple radios
simultaneously with a shortcut feature called Easy Pairing. See table in Section 1,
“Easy Pairing” for instruction on how to copy channel and code settings.
2. Setting up Your Radio
1. Observe the polarity before installing the battery.
2. Charge the battery using the desktop charger or USB. Charging is
completed when the battery icon on the radio stops blinking. Charging
takes up to 8 hours.
(T72 only.)
Inserting and
Removing Belt Clip
Attaching Carabiner
Battery Information
The rated battery life is measured under industrial standard 5-5-90 duty cycle
under lab conditions. (5% of the time transmitting, 5% receiving with speaker
on, 90% waiting for incoming call.)
Use only Motorola Solutions approved batteries. Risk of explosion if
the battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
Battery Capacity Maintenance
This radio comes equipped with a rechargeable Li-Ion battery. This battery
should be fully charged before initial use to ensure optimum capacity and
performance. Battery life is determined by several factors. Among the more
critical are the regular overcharge of batteries and the average depth of
discharge with each cycle. Typically, the greater the overcharge and the
deeper the average discharge, the fewer cycles a battery will last. For
example, a battery which is overcharged and discharged 100% several times
a day, lasts fewer cycles than a battery that receives less of an overcharge
and is discharged to 50% per day. Further, a battery which receives minimal
overcharging and averages only 25% discharge, lasts even longer.
Note: Connect the USB charger to a nearby and easily accessible wall power
Note: Charge only Li-Ion type rechargeable batteries. Other types of
batteries may burst, causing personal injury or damage. Turn off radio before
Use the Menu button to scroll through the menu screen. Press PTT to exit any screen
and return to home screen.
Menu Screen
Use the or button to perform the following
Call Tone Start or stop Call Tone transmission.
Monitor Start or stop monitoring the air-wave. You can hear
signals transmitted on the channel setting of your radio.
If there is no signal, you can hear static.
Scan Start or stop scanning the air-wave. Radio scans all the
channels one after another. When a signal is detected,
you hear the signal on the speaker and the radio
displays the channel of the detected signal.
Adjust VOX To change the Voice Operated Transmission (VOX)
setting, select OFF or L1 to L3.
L3 being the most sensitive, use it in quiet
Adjust Roger Tone Enable or disable the roger tone. Roger tone is a beep
tone that you hear when PTT is released.
Adjust Channel
(Channel number blinks)
Use or buttons to change the radio
channel setting. Press and
simultaneously to unlock channels 9 to 16.
Adjust Code
(Code number blinks)
Change the radio code setting.
Adjust Auto Key Lock Change the Auto Key Lock setting.
3. Navigating the Menu Pages
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Push-to-Talk Time-out Timer
To avoid air-wave traffic congestion, transmission ends after one minute even
if the PTT button is still pressed. To reset the timer, release the PTT button
Channel and Frequencies
Note: Only Channels 1 to 8 are available by default. Channels 9 to 16 need to be
unlocked by user before they can be selected. Channels 9 to 16 should only be used in
countries where these frequencies are allowed by government authorities. Channels 9 to
16 are not allowed in Russia.
1 446.00625 9 446.10625
2 446.01875 10 446.11875
3 446.03125 11 446.13125
4 446.04375 12 446.14375
5 446.05625 13 446.15625
6 446.06875 14 446.16875
7 446.08125 15 446.18125
8 446.09375 16 446.19375
1. Press and hold the PTT button, then start talking into the microphone.
2. Release the PTT button to stop transmission.
Note: Do not press the PTT button when others are talking. When more than
one radio transmits on the same channel, the air-wave is jammed and all
transmissions are lost.
• The radio speaker receives signal automatically if radio is set to the same
channel and code as the transmitting radio.
• Ensure the speaker volume is set to an appropriate level.
Adjusting Speaker Volume
1. Press or from the home screen.
Auto Key Lock
• When Auto Key Lock feature is enabled, the 3 front buttons will be locked after 10
seconds of inactivity.
• To unlock the 3 front buttons, press and hold any of them for 2 seconds.
Using Headsets
• When a headset is connected to the radio, radio speaker is disabled. You
need to wear the connected headset to monitor and receive messages.
• If your headset has PTT button, you can use the button to make a
transmission with the microphone on the headset.
• You can still use the PTT button on the radio to make a transmission with
the microphone on the radio.
4. Using Your Radio
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registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC and are used under license. All other
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