Motorola IDEN LM 3000E user manual

User manual for the device Motorola IDEN LM 3000E

Device: Motorola IDEN LM 3000E
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Date of adding : 2014-07-09 13:59:08
Number of pages: 77
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iDEN
LM 3000E
Getting Started
68P81084C17-0

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Welcome Congratulations on your purchase of the iDEN Advanced Feature Mobile (LM3000E) by Motorola. This manual explains all the features that are avail- able on your mobile. The Advanced Features Mobile lets you make and receive person-to-person or group radio calls, send and receive alphanumeric Status Messages, and ini- tiate Emergency Group Calls. The unit also supports 4.8 Kb circuit data for FAX/modem use (when a Handset is connected with a Data Hangup Cup). Before operating your unit, t

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iDEN Advanced Feature Mobile 2

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1. On/Off/Volume Control Knob— Used to turn the unit on and off and adjust the volume levels. 2. Status Indicators—Solid or blinking lights indicate different conditions your unit may be in. 3. Mode Indicators— Indicator shows which mode you are currently using. 4. Emergency—Graphic indicator of emergency call in progress. 5. Horn & Lights—Graphic indication that the Horn and Lights feature is enabled. 6. Feature Menu—Graphic indicator of feature menu in use. 7. Handset Connected—Graphic showi

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The Display The two-line display provides information to operate your mobile unit. There are different modes your unit can be in: Group, Private, Alert, Status, or Emergency. These are your Radio Operation modes. Each mode has a “home” or default screen. To help you become familiar with the display oper- ation, shown below is the “home” screen for Group Call Radio Mode. Area —> Talkgroup —> 4

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Turning On/Off Your Mobile Unit Press the Power/Volume knob (located on the, left front of the unit) to turn the mobile on and The display illuminates off. during the self-check rou- tine to verify operation. To prevent unauthorized use, your unit will Notify your service automatically lock when turned on using the provider if any error mes- sages are displayed. power knob (using the ignition switch will not automatically lock your unit). To unlock your unit, enter your passcode. See the “Feat

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Adjusting the Speaker Volume Turn the Power/Volume knob clockwise to increase or counter-clockwise to decrease the speaker volume. You can also adjust the speaker and keypad volumes through the Feature Menu. Refer to the “Feature Menu” section for instructions on adjusting these volumes. 6

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Radio Operations This section explains: When idle in radio Group or Private modes Basic Operation • (not talking or listening), Group Call • you are able to receive Private Conversation incoming radio calls. • When talking or listen- Call Alert • ing, however, Call Emergency Call • Alerts, Private Conversa- tions, and Status Mes- Status Message • sages are not received. Horn and Lights • Basic Operation To make a radio call: 1. Select the appropriate mode. 2. Hold the mi

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Group Call A Group Call consists of a service area and a talkgroup. Service areas are geographic areas of coverage for your radio. Your specific service areas are defined by your service provider. A talkgroup is an organization of radio users who communicate with each other. In Group Calls, press and hold the PTT to talk Your unit may be pro- and release it to listen. Upon pressing the PTT, grammed with a courtesy you will hear one of the following alert tones: tone. Upon releasing the PTT, a co

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Service Area Selection When making outgoing Group Calls, you may Area selection only choose from three different service area selec- applies to Group Calls tions: you initiate. Your last- selected area appears on Local Area • your display, regardless of the origin of any incom- Targeted Area • ing call. Wide Area. • In each case, you are speaking with members of the talkgroup (shown on line 2 of the dis- play) who are in that service area. Your unit is equipped with a pre-pro- grammed list of s

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Targeted Area A Targeted Area Group Call allows you to communicate with talkgroup members in a specific service area and your local cell. A Targeted Area can be selected by: Direct Entry or Memory Scroll. Direct Entry • Allows you to use the keypad to input service area IDs. (Example: Select area ID #12 using the keypad. Centreville is service area 1. Area 6 is your current Local Area. Talkgroup 7 is your selected talkgroup.) When in the Local Area, the word “LOCAL” 1. Press . appears be

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Memory Scroll • Allows you to use the keys to scroll through memory for areas. When programmed, names appear in place of service area IDs. (Example: Select “MIDWAY,” which is second in your service area list. Area 6 is your current Local Area. Talkgroup 7 is your selected talk- group.) 1. Press GRP. 2. Press ARE. Press and hold the or keys to activate 3. Press the Auto Scroll feature. Auto Scroll allows you to twice. quickly scroll through your lists. Pressing PTT allows you to talk with the

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Wide Area A Wide Area Group Call allows you to talk with talkgroup members in all service areas and your dispatcher. (Example: Select Wide Area. Area 6 is your current Local Area. Talkgroup 7 is your selected talkgroup.) When “LOCAL” appears 1. Press . on the display, press once to locate Wide Area. 2. Press ARE. “WIDE AREA” is at the end of your service area list. With the on the 3.Press . top line, use your to scroll to “WIDE AREA.” Pressing PTT allows you to talk with your dis

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Talkgroup Selection A talkgroup is an organization of radio users who communicate with each other. Your unit is equipped with a pre-programmed list of talkgroups. You can add, edit, or erase talkgroups. You can also assign names (aliases) to them. (See the “Feature Menu” section for programming information.) A talkgroup can be selected by: Direct Entry or Memory Scroll. Direct Entry • Allows you to use the keypad to input talkgroup IDs. (Example: Select talkgroup 18. “SE PLANT” is talkgroup 1.)

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Memory Scroll • Allows you to use the keys to scroll through memory for talk- groups. When programmed, names appear in place of talkgroup IDs. (Example: Select “PAINTERS,” which is eighth in the list. Talkgroup 7 is your selected talkgroup and is seventh in the list.) 1.Press . Press and hold the or keys to acti- vate the Auto Scroll fea- 2.Press . ture. Auto Scroll allows you to quickly scroll through your lists. 3.Press PTT. To transmit, press PTT. To listen only, press SEL. PTT - ID The PTT

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Private Conversation™ A Private Conversation is a radio call between two individuals. No other radios can hear the conversation. A Private Conversation is placed by select- ing the radio ID for the person you want to call. Your unit is equipped with a pre-programmed list of radio IDs. You can add, edit, or erase radio IDs. You can also assign names (aliases) to them. (See the “Feature Menu” section for programming information.) A radio ID can be selected by: Direct Entry or Memory Scroll. Making

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Memory Scroll • Allows you to use the keys to scroll through memory for radio IDs. When programmed, names appear in place of radio IDs. (Example: Call Mark who is the 13th entry in your radio ID list. Jane is 12th.) When you enter the Prvt 1. Press . mode, the last sent or received radio ID or name appears. 2.Press . 3.Press PTT. 16

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Receiving a Private Conversation Call Two alert tones signal that you have received a Private Conversation call. In addition, the following message appears on the display, indicating the person calling you. (Example: Mark is Private calling you.) The person’s ID appear- ing on the display is stored as the last radio ID received. When pro- grammed, names appear in place of radio IDs. You will immediately begin hearing the voice of the person calling. To respond to the call, wait until the caller

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Call Alert™ You can initiate a Call Alert from any mode. An alert tone notifies the target- ed person that you want to get in touch with them. A Call Alert is placed by selecting the radio ID for the person you want to alert. A radio ID can be selected by: Direct Entry or Memory Scroll. Sending a Call Alert Direct Entry • Allows you to use the keypad to input radio IDs. (Example: Send a Call Alert to Jane. Her radio ID is 12. Jack’s radio ID is 1. The last Private Conversation or Call Ale

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If the targeted unit is out-of-range, busy, or turned off, an alert tone is heard and an error message is displayed. Refer to the “Safety and General Infor- mation” section for a description of all error messages. Memory Scroll The list of radio IDs and • names used to initiate a To send a Call Alert using Memory Scroll, Call Alert is the same list use the same procedure described in the “Pri- that is used in Private vate Conversation” section. Conversation. Receiving a Call Alert Four recurring


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