4 The Fleetmap visually shows what channels/talkgroups are in the radio. The columns (A through F for personnel, A through G for command staff) represent the zones of the radio.The softkeys on the radio change the zones.The softkeys are labeled on the screen over which buttons control the zones.The rows (1-16) represent the channel/talkgroup selector position within the selected zone.4
5 Your Radio XTS 5000 Control Top Side Buttons 2-Position Concentric Switch16-PositionSelect KnobLightPower On/OffVolume ControlKeypad LockUnprogrammed3-Position Toggle SwitchPush-To-Talk(PTT) ButtonEmergency/10-30
6 LED Status RED GREEN Solid - PTT is pressed; radio is transmitting Flashing- Channel Busy- Low Battery (lights while transmitting)GREENSolid- Self-test being performedRED LEDGREEN LED
7 Battery To remove the battery: Turn the radio off. Hold the radio with the back of the radio facing upward.Push the battery release button on the bottom of the radio.Lift the battery away from the radio and remove.To install the battery:Turn the radio offHold the radio with the back facing upward.Align the three slots at the top of the battery with the three tabs on the back of the radio.Push the battery down toward the radio until the battery clicks into place.
8 Belt Clip 1 2 To install the belt clip: Remove the battery before installing or removing the belt clip.Hold the battery with the back of the battery facing you.Hold the belt clip with the top facing upward, and align the clip with the slots on the battery back.Slide the belt clip downward into the slots until it clicks into place.To remove the belt clip:Pull away the metal tab at the top of the battery clip from the battery.Slide the clip upward until it comes away from the radio.12Remind students to remove the battery from the radio before installing or removing the belt clip.Indicate where and how to align with the slots for easy assembly.Do not use too much force to pull metal tab to remove clip.
9 Public Safety Speaker/Microphone (PSSM) – 1 of 3 To install the PSSM:Turn the radio off.Attach the accessory connector to the radio’s universal connector as follows:a. Make sure the RF adapter has been installed in your radio before continuing with installation.b. Looking at the antenna side of the radio, insert the bottom hooked end of the accessory connector into the slot below the universal connector.c. While holding the accessory connector seated in the bottom slot, pivot the top of the accessory connector toward the radio until its RF interface connector aligns with the circular contact target on the RF adapter, then engage the accessory connector’s spring-loaded latch in the radio’s top slot.Continued....
10 Public Safety Speaker/Microphone (PSSM) – 2 of 3 3. Attach the correct (frequency-sensitive) antenna to the PSSM by screwing the antenna’s threaded end into the threaded antenna jack on top of the PSSM’s housing.Rotate the antenna clockwise into the jack until it seats firmly.5. Secure the latch to the connector housing using the screw supplied.The public safety speaker/microphone performs bestwhen it is operated with the antenna above the user’sshoulder.To transmit using the public safety speaker/microphone,press the PSSM’s PTT and speak into the microphone’sgrille area. The red light-emitting diode (LED) on top of theradio will light, indicating that the radio is in the transmitmode.The toggle switch next to the antenna lowers or increases the volume of the speaker. The speaker is loud when the switch is flipped towards the speaker, and quiet when the switch is flipped away from the speaker.
11 Public Safety Speaker/Microphone (PSSM) – 3 of 3 To remove the PSSM:Turn the radio off.Rotate the antenna counter-clockwise to unscrew it from the jack.Remove the accessory connector by pivoting the top of the accessory connector away from the radio until it disengages from the RF adapter.
12 Radio On/Off/Volume On/Off/Volume Knob To turn the radio on: Turn the On/Off/Volume Control knob clockwise.If the power-up test is successful, you briefly see SELFTEST, then the home display. If enabled, a power-up tone is also heard.If the power-up test is unsuccessful, you see ERRORXX/YY. (XX/YY is an alphanumeric code.)Click here to view further explanation of specific codes.To turn the radio off:Turn the On/Off/Volume Control knob counter-clockwise until it clicks.On/Off/VolumeKnobSELF TEST
13 Zone Select (Menu) Zone Name Push-to-Talk (PTT) To select a zone: Press the Left side soft button labeled ZNUP to Zone upPress the right side soft button labeled ZNDNThe zone name flashes on the display.Press the CLCK button to change the time displayed on the radio.Press and hold the Home button for 2 seconds to change the radio to Zone A POLICE 1.Zone Namea FIRE 5OFD 8002CLCKZNUPZNDNPush-to-Talk(PTT)
14 Channel/Mode Select (16-Position Select Knob) NameTo select a channel/mode:Turn the Channel/Mode Select knob to select the desiredchannel/mode.The new name will appear on the display.Click here to view an explanation of what happens if the trunked system’s central controller fails.Channel/ModeSelect Knoba FIRE 5OFD 8002CLCKZNUPZNDN
15 Time-out Timer LED Push-to-Talk (PTT) The time-out timer turns off your radio’s transmitter.The timer is set for 60 seconds.Hold down the PTT button longer than the programmed time.You will hear a low-pitched warning tone, thetransmission will cut off, and the LED will go out until yourelease the PTT.Release the PTT button.The LED will re-light and the timer will reset.Press the PTT button to re-transmit. The time-out timer restarts.The timer will restart and the LED lights red.LEDPush-to-Talk(PTT)
16 Transmit and Receive LED Push-to-Talk (PTT) To transmit: Select the desired zone/channel.Listen for ongoing conversations; if the channel becomes clear, proceed with your call.Press and hold the PTT button to transmit and wait for the “Talk Permit” tone. The LED will light red. When speaking, keep the microphone 1-2" from your mouth.Release the PTT button to receive (listen).Click here for information on what happens if you go outof range of the system.LEDPush-to-Talk(PTT)
17 Scan On or Off (3-Position Toggle Switch) The scan feature allows you to monitor traffic ondifferent channels by scanning a preprogrammed listof channels.To turn scan on:Toggle the Scan switch to the predetermined position to enable scan.The scan symbol ( ) will be displayed, indicating scan isactive.A Scan OffB Scan OnC Scan ProgramTo turn scan off:Toggle the Scan switch “A” to disable scan.The scan symbol ( ) will no longer be displayed,indicating scan has been deactivated.c EVENT 3ZNUPZNDNScanSwitch
18 Scan List Edit (3-Position Toggle Switch and Menu) – 1 of 3 This feature lets you change scan list members andpriorities.To edit the scan list:Toggle the Scan List Programming switch to the predetermined programming position.You see the first available item and the view/program ( )symbol flashing, indicating the programming mode. Youwill also see SEL, DEL, and RCL displayed as possibleselections.Press the left or right side of the 4-way Navigation button to select the item to be changed.Continued....a FD TAC 80Scan ListProgrammingSwitch
19 Scan List Edit (3-Position Toggle Switch and Menu) – 2 of 3 Press the button directly below SEL or DEL or RCL.SEL = add the currently displayed item to the scan list.DEL = delete the currently displayed item from the scan list.RCL = view the next available item.ORWhen adding a priority member press the button directly below SEL additional times.You will see or or with a flashing dot.= this item is in the scan list.= this item is in the scan list as a priority-twomember.(dot flashing) = this item is in the scan list as the priority-one member.Note: You cannot delete a priority member.Continued....b MED 2DELSELRCL
20 Scan List Edit (3-Position Toggle Switch and Menu) – 3 of 3 Press the left or right side of the 4-way Navigation button to select more items to be added or deleted.ORUse the 16-Position Select knob to select additional items to be added or deleted.Note: The maximum number of members for a trunkingpriority monitor scan list is 15.Toggle the Scan List Programming switch out of the programming position.16-PositionSelect Knoba FIRE 6Scan ListProgrammingSwitch
21 Emergency – Send Emergency Call (Top Button) This type of dispatch gives your radio priority accesson a channel. The radio operates in the normaldispatch manner while in emergency call:Tactical/Non-Revert — You talk on the channel you selected before you entered the emergency state.To send an emergency call:With the radio turned on, press the Emergency button.The current zone/channel is displayed alternately withEMERGENCY, the LED lights red, and you hear a groupof short, medium-pitched tones.If the selected channel does not support emergency, thedisplay shows NO EMERGENCY. Select a channel thatdoes show EMERGENCY.Continued....EMERGENCYCLCKZNUPZNDNLEDEmergencyButton
22 Emergency – Send Emergency Call (Top Button) Note: To exit emergency at any time, press and holdthe Emergency button for about a second.Press and hold the PTT button and announce your emergency into the microphone.Release the PTT button to end the transmission and wait for a response from the dispatcher.Press and hold the Emergency button for about a second to exit emergency.While the Radio is in Emergency mode you will be unable to turn off the radio. To turn the radio off the Emergency must be cleared by pressing and holding the emergency button for 1-2 seconds.EMERGENCYCLCKZNUPZNDNPush-to-Talk(PTT)Push-to-Talk(PTT)
23 Display Light (Top Side Button) If poor light conditions make the display orchannel numbers (around the 16-Position Selectknob) difficult to read:Turn on the radio’s backlights by pressing the Light button.These lights will remain on for a preprogrammed timebefore they turn off automatically.ORYou can turn them off immediately by pressing the Lightbutton again.LightButton
24 Keypad Lock (Side Button 1) If the keypad needs to be locked or unlocked you press this button once for each function. This is to prevent accidental bumping of the keypad and get the radio off the channel you are selected on.Keypad LockButton
25 Clock (Time and Date) (Menu) – 1 of 2 Using this special feature, you can program the timeand date as you might with other electronic devices.The clock display is enabled by a qualified radiotechnician.To edit the time and date:Press the right side of the 4-way Navigation button until CLCK is displayed.Press the button directly below CLCK.The current setting is displayed.Press the button directly below EDIT.The first item flashes.Continued....10 : 46AMc EVENT 1OFD 8002CLCKZNUPZNDN
26 Clock (Time and Date) (Menu) – 2 of 2 Press the up or down arrow of the 4-way Navigation button to change the selected item.Note: Press the Home button at any time to return to thehome display without saving your changes.ORPress the right side of the 4-way Navigation button to move to an item you wish to change.Press the right side of the 4-way Navigation button one or more times to move to an item in the date field.When you have made all of your changes, press the button directly below SAVE to save your changes and return to the home display.Note: If a call arrives while the radio is in the clock-settingmenu, the radio exits clock setting, your changes are lost,and the call information is displayed.24HR 17:03MDY 10/14/09SAVE
27 FAILSOFTIn the event of a system failure with the central controller for the trunking system, the radio will revert to “FAILSOFT”In FAILSOFT, several of the channels/talkgroups go to the same frequency, and operate in a conventional manner.Because of all of the channels combining, radio traffic should be kept at a minimum.27