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Related Publications, MCS 2000 Mobile Radio Detailed User Reference Guide 68P81080C35. a full operating instruction manual covering models I II and III. MCS 2000 Short Form User Guide for Model I 68P81080C05. MCS 2000 Short Form User Guide for Models II and III 68P81080C10. Installation Instructions this publication 68P02058U20. covering mobile series 900 1100 1200 2000 2100, MCS 2000 Mobile Radio Complete Service Instructions 68P81080C40. All frequency ranges includes all volume 2s, MCS 2000 Mobile Radio Service Instructions Volume 1 68P81083C20. Non frequency Range Specific, MCS 2000 Mobile Radio Service Instructions Volume 2a 68P81080C43. 800 MHz Frequency Range Specific Low and Mid Power. MCS 2000 Mobile Radio Service Instructions Volume 2b 68P81080C41. VHF Frequency Range Specific High Power, MCS 2000 Mobile Radio Service Instructions Volume 2c 68P81080C42.
UHF Frequency Range Specific High Power, MCS 2000 Mobile Radio Service Instructions Volume 2d 68P81080C44. 900 MHz Frequency Range Specific Low and Mid Power. MCS 2000 Mobile Radio Service Instructions Volume 2f 68P81080C39. UHF Frequency Range Specific Mid Power, MCS 2000 Mobile Radio Service Instructions Volume 2g 68P81080C48. VHF Frequency Range Specific Low Power, MCS 2000 Mobile Radio Service Instructions Volume 2h 68P81080C49. UHF Frequency Range Specific Low Power, MCS 2000 Mobile Radio Service Instructions Volume 2j 68P81080C51. VHF Frequency Range Specific Mid Power, MCS 2000 Mobile Radio SECURENET Service Instructions 68P81083C25.
Mobius Radius Technical Manual VHF UHF MB 68P02058U21. covering mobile series 900 1100 1200 2100,Accessory Guide MCS 2000 68P81080C47. Accessory Guide Mobius Radius 68P81058U52,covering mobile series 900 1100 1200 2100. FlashPort User s Guide 68P81077C65,SmartZone RSS Manual 68P81077C15. Manual Revisions, Changes which occur after this manual is printed are described in Manual Revisions These. Manual Revisions provide complete information on changes including pertinent parts lists data. Computer Software Copyrights, The products described in this manual may include copyrighted computer programs stored.
in semiconductor memories or other media Laws in the United States and other countries. preserve for Motorola Europe and Motorola Inc certain exclusive rights for copyrighted. computer programs including the right to copy or reproduce in any form the copyrighted. computer program Accordingly any copyrighted computer programs contained in the. products described in this manual may not be copied or reproduced in any manner without. the express written permission of the holders of the rights Furthermore the purchase of. these products shall not be deemed to grant either directly or by implication estoppel or. otherwise any licence under the copyrights patents or patent applications of the holders. of the rights except for the normal non exclusive royalty free licence to use that arises by. operation of law in the sale of the product,Table of Contents. Related Publications ii,Manual Revisions ii,Computer Software Copyrights ii. 1 Safety Information and Warnings 1,Notes Cautions Warnings Danger 1. General Safety Information 2,Installation Safety Warning 2. Air Bag Warning 3,LP Gas Warning 3,Anti Lock Braking System ABS and.
Anti Skid Braking System Precautions 3,Operational Safety Warnings 5. Radio Care Handling Cautions 5,Important Electromagnetic Emission Information 5. 2 Installation Planning and Procedures 7,Introduction 7. Dash Local Mounting 7,Remote Mounting 7,Installation Planning Mobile Radios 7. Ignition Sense Cable 8,Installation Planning Base Control Stations 8.
Installation Planning Mobile Antenna Mounting 8,Installation Examples 9. Replaceable Pushbutton Control Head 10,3 Radio Mounting 11. Accessory Connector 11,Mounting Hardware 11,DC Power Cable Installation 12. Mounting Trunnion Installation 14,Mounting Tray Installation 15. External Speaker Installation 16,Control Microphone Installation 18.
Control Head Remote Mount Installation for Low and Mid Power Radios 19. Control Head Remote Mount Installation for High Power Radios 20. 4 Installation Instructions and Diagrams 21, Installation Instructions for Accessory Plug MCS 2000 Radios Only 22. Installation Instructions for 900 Series Accessories Only 27. Instructions for Replacement of Antenna Connector,MCS 2000 Mid and High Power Radios Only 28. Connection Plan for Speaker Microphone and PTT Switch 29. Connection Plan for Buzzer and Alarm Relay 30, Connection Plan for Car Radio Mute Ignition Switch On Off. Emergency Switch and Emergency Hot Mic 31,Accessory Extension Cable GKN6269 32. 5 1 2 Speakers HSN4031 7 5 Watts HSN4032 13 Watts 33. Water Resistant 5 1 2 Speakers HSN4024 HSN4025 HSN4027 HSN4028 34. Rectangular Radius Speaker GSN6056 5 Watts 20 Ohm 35. External Speaker GSN6055 4 5 Watts 20 Ohm 36,Ackermann Handset GLN7276 37.
Base Trays HLN6404 HLN6405 HLN6580 HLN6581 38,A1 Accessory Connector Pin Functions 39. 900 Series Radios 39,1200 Series radios 41,2000 Series Radios 43. 2100 Series Radios 45,A2 Ignition Sense Cable Kit Installation 47. Introduction 47,Contents of Kit 47,References 47,Tools Required But Not Supplied 49. Installation Instructions 50,A3 Replaceable Pushbutton Control Head 53.
Introduction 53,Applicability 53,Description 53,Special Tools Required 57. Removing and Replacing Pushbuttons 58,List of Illustrations. Figure 1 Mounting Flexibility in Middle Console 9,Figure 2 In Dash Mounting 9. Figure 3 On Top or under Dash Mounting 9,Figure 4 Remote Mount Control Head in Dash 9. Figure 5 Remote Mount Control Head in Console 9, Figure 6 Remote Mount Control Head on Top or under Dash 9.
Figure 7 Cable Routing into Engine Compartment Low and Mid Power Radios 13. Figure 8 Power Cable Assembly Low and Mid Power Radios 13. Figure 9 Cable Routing into Engine Compartment High Power Radios 13. Figure 10 Power Cable Assembly High Power Radios 13. Figure 11 Low and Mid Power Radios Trunnion Mount Transmission Hump Mounting. Mid Power Radio not shown 14, Figure 12 Low and Mid Power Radios Trunnion Mount Below Dash Mounting. Mid Power Radio not shown 14, Figure 13 Low and Mid Power Radios Connections to Radio Rear 14. Figure 14 Mounting Tray for High Power Radios 15, Figure 15 High Power Radio Assembled into Mounting Tray 15. Figure 16 Connections to Radio Rear 15, Figure 17 Strain Relief Locations in Mounting Tray 15. Figure 18 Mounting Speaker under Dashboard 17,Figure 19 Control Microphone Installation 18.
Figure 20 Control Head Remote Mount Installation for Low and Mid Power Radios 19. Figure 21 Control Head Remote Mount Installation for High Power Radios 20. Figure 22 27 Disassembling Connecting and Reassembling Accessory Plug 23. Figure 28 Installation of Relay for Second Emergency Microphone 27. Figure 29 30 Instructions for Replacement of Antenna Connector 28. Figure 36 Speaker Microphone and PTT Switch Connection Plan 29. Figure 37 Buzzer and Alarm Relay Connection Plan 30. Figure 38 Car Radio Mute Ignition Switch On Off Emergency Switch and. Emergency Hot Mic Connection Plan 31,Figure 39 Accessory Extension Cable GKN6269 32. Figure 40 5 1 2 Speakers HSN4024 HSN4025 HSN4027 HSN4028. Dash Mount with no Accessory Connector Shown 34,Figure 41 Rectangular Radius Speaker GSN6056 35. Figure 42 External Speaker GSN6055 36,Figure 43 Ackermann Handset GLN7276 37. List of Illustrations Continued, Figure 44 Base Trays HLN6404 HLN6405 HLN6580 HLN6581 38. Figure 45 Ignition Sense Cable 50,Figure 46 Fused Power Cable Adapter 51.
Figure 47 Model I Replaceable Pushbuttons 57,Figure 48 Model II Replaceable Pushbuttons 57. Figure 49 Model III Replaceable Pushbuttons 57, Figure 50 Grasping Pushbutton with Flat End Pliers 59. Figure 51 Pulling Pushbutton Away from Control Head 59. List of Tables, Table 1 Mechanical Parts for Base Trays HLN6404 HLN6405 HLN6580 HLN6581 38. Table 2 900 Series Accessory Connector Pin Functions 39. Table 3 1200 Series Accessory Connector Pin Functions 41. Table 4 2000 Series Accessory Connector Pin Functions 43. Table 5 2100 Series Accessory Connector Pin Functions 45. Table 6 MCS 2000 Ignition Sense Function Operator Action vs Resultant Radio States 48. Table 7 Components of Ignition Sense Cable Kit No GKN6263 49. Table 8 Replaceable Pushbutton Graphics and Part Numbers 54. Safety Information,and Warnings 1,Notes Cautions Warnings Danger. Throughout this guide you will notice the use of NOTES CAUTIONS. WARNINGS and DANGERS Their use is explained below, Note NOTE A clarifying statement that expands on the text that follows.
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which if not. avoided may result in equipment damage, WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which if not. avoided could result in death or injury, DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation which if not. avoided will result in death or serious injury,Safety Information and Warnings 1. General Safety Information, Every radio when transmitting radiates energy into the atmosphere. which may under certain conditions cause the generation of a spark All. users of vehicles fitted with radios should be aware of the following. warnings see also Important Electromagnetic Emission Information. WARNING below, Do not operate radio near flammable liquids or in the vicinity of explosive.
During normal use the radio will subject you to radio energy substantially. below the level where any kind of harm is reported To ensure personal safety. please observe the following simple rules, Do not transmit when the antenna is very close to or touching exposed. parts of the body especially the face and eyes, Do not hold the transmit PTT key in when not desiring to transmit. Check the laws and regulations on the use of two way mobile radios in. the areas where you drive Always obey them Also when using your. phone while driving please,give full attention to driving. use hands free operation if available and, pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if driving. conditions so require,Installation Safety Warning, Installation of vehicle communication equipment should be performed.
by a professional installer technician qualified in the requirements for. such installations, Install the unit in a location which prevents incidental contact with the. radio housing The housing is a heat sink and its surface will become hot. during operation, Consider the occupants safety when you choose a location for the radio. Do not mount the radio overhead or on a side wall unless you take the. following special precautions, Do not mount the radio overhead or on a wall unless you give it the. added protection of a retaining strap, If someone were to remove the radio and fail to replace it properly road. shock could bump the radio loose and the falling radio could in some. 2 Safety Information and Warnings, circumstances cause serious injury to the driver or a passenger In a crash.
even when properly installed the radio could break loose and become a. dangerous projectile,Air Bag Warning, An air bag inflates with great force DO NOT place objects including. communication equipment in the area over the air bag or in the air bag. deployment area If the communication equipment is improperly. installed and the air bag inflates this could cause serious injury. An air bag s size shape and deployment area can vary by vehicle make model. and front compartment configuration e g bench seat vs bucket seats. Contact the vehicle manufacturer s corporate headquarters if necessary for. specific air bag information for the vehicle make model and front. compartment configuration involved in your communication equipment. installation,LP Gas Warning, It is mandatory that radios installed in vehicles fuelled by liquefied. petroleum gas conform to the National Fire Protection Association. standard NFPA 58 which applies to vehicles with a liquid propane LP. gas container in the trunk or other sealed off space within the interior of. WARNING the vehicle The NFPA58 requires the following. Any space containing radio equipment shall be isolated by a seal from the. space in which the LP gas container and its fittings are located. Removable outside filling connections shall be used. The container space shall be vented to the outside. Anti Lock Braking System ABS and,Anti Skid Braking System Precautions. Disruption of the anti skid anti lock braking system by the radio. transmitter may result in unexpected vehicle motion. WARNING Motorola recommends the following radio installation precautions and. vehicle braking system test procedures to ensure that the radio when. transmitting does not interfere with operation of the vehicle braking system. Installation Precautions, 1 Always provide as much distance as possible between braking modulator. unit and radio and between braking modulator unit and radio antenna. and associated antenna transmission line Before installing radio. determine location of braking modulator unit in vehicle Depending on. make and model of vehicle braking modulator unit may be located in. Safety Information and Warnings 3, trunk under dashboard in engine compartment or in some other cargo.
GM 900 MC 900 GM 1200 MCX 1200 GM 2000 MCS 2000 MC 2100 Mobile Radios Installation Instructions All Frequency Ranges 68P02058U20 G Printed on recycled paper Environmentally friendly cover and spiral bound Issued 09 98 RNSG European Publications Department

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