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Seite 1 - Digital Portable Radio

ASTRO® XTSTM 5000Digital Portable RadioModel IUser Guide

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viiiTable 1: Channel MapUse the chart below to map the channels (Cx) and zones (Zx) for your radio.Z1 Z2 Z3 Z4 Z5 Z6C1C2C3C4C5C6C7C8C9C10C11C12C13C14C

Seite 3 - Quick Reference Card

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 1General Radio OperationNotations Used in This ManualThroughout the text in this publication, you will notice the use of WARNIN

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2General Radio OperationYour XTS 5000 Model I RadioMAEPF-27191-O11524579101112368 Page 2 Tuesday, May 6, 2008 6:09 PM


ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 3General Radio OperationPhysical Features of the XTS 5000 Model I RadioProgrammable ControlsThe following radio controls can be

Seite 6 - Disclaimer

4General Radio OperationBacklightIf poor light conditions make the channel numbers (around the 16-Position Select knob) difficult to read, turn on the

Seite 7 - Contents

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 5General Radio OperationAlert TonesAn alert tone is a sound or group of sounds. Your radio uses alert tones to inform you of yo

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6General Radio OperationShort,Medium-PitchedToneValid Key-Presswhen correct key is pressedRadio Self-Test Passwhen radio passes its power-up self test

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 7General Radio OperationShort,Medium-PitchedTone (Chirp)GPS RSM Low Battery Chirpwhen this accessory battery is below preset th

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8General Radio OperationStandard AccessoriesBatteryCharging the BatteryThe Motorola-approved battery shipped with your radio is uncharged. Prior to us

Seite 11 - Notations Used in This Manual

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 9General Radio OperationAttach the BatteryRemove the Battery1 With the radio turned off, insert the top edge of the battery int

Seite 13 - Programmable Controls

10General Radio OperationAntennaFor information regarding available antennas, see page 46.Attach the AntennaRemove the AntennaWith the radio turned of

Seite 14 - LED Indicators

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 11General Radio OperationBelt ClipAttach the Belt ClipRemove the Belt Clip1 Align the grooves of the belt clip with those of th

Seite 15 - Alert Tones

12General Radio OperationUniversal Connector CoverThe universal connector is located on the antenna side of the radio. It is used to connect accessori

Seite 16 - General Radio Operation

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 13General Radio OperationRadio On and OffTurn the Radio OnTurn the Radio OffTurn the On/Off/Volume Control knob clockwise. The

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14General Radio OperationZones and ChannelsA zone is a grouping of channels. A channel is a group of radio characteristics, such as transmit/receive f

Seite 18 - Standard Accessories

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 15General Radio OperationMode Select Button This feature lets you program the current zone and channel to a Mode Select button

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16General Radio OperationReceive / TransmitRadio users who switch from analog to digital radios often assume that the lack of static on a digital chan

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 17General Radio OperationUse the Preprogrammed Monitor Button3 Adjust the Volume Control knob if necessary.4 Release the Volume

Seite 21 - Belt Clip

18General Radio OperationConventional Mode OperationYour radio may be programmed to receive Private-Line® (PL) calls.1 Momentarily press the Monitor b

Seite 22 - Hooked End

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 19Common Radio FeaturesSelectable Power LevelThis feature lets you select the power level at which your radio will transmit. Th

Seite 23 - Radio On and Off

ASTRO® XTS™ 5000 Digital Portable Radio, Model I Quick Reference CardProduct Safety and RF Exposure ComplianceATTENTION! This radio is restricted to

Seite 24 - Zones and Channels

20Common Radio FeaturesTime-out TimerThe time-out timer turns off your radio’s transmitter. The timer is set for 60 seconds at shipment, but it can be

Seite 25 - Mode Select Button

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 21Common Radio FeaturesSend an Emergency AlarmAn emergency alarm sends a data transmission to the dispatcher, which identifies

Seite 26 - Receive / Transmit

22Common Radio FeaturesSend an Emergency CallThis type of dispatch gives your radio priority access on a channel.The radio operates in the normal disp

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 23Common Radio FeaturesSend a Silent Emergency AlarmNote: For ALL Emergency signals, when changing channels: • If the new chann

Seite 28 - Conventional Mode Operation

24Common Radio FeaturesListsView a Scan ListYou can view the status of members of one preselected scan list. 1 Select the zone/channel whose scan stat

Seite 29 - PL Defeat

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 25Common Radio FeaturesEdit a Scan ListYou can add or change the priority status of members in one preselected scan list.1 Sele

Seite 30 - Emergency

26Common Radio FeaturesNote: In Scan List Programming mode, the Top Side button automatically becomes the Select button. This is only true while in Sc

Seite 31 - Send an Emergency Alarm

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 27Common Radio FeaturesScanThe scan feature allows you to monitor traffic on different channels by scanning a preprogrammed lis

Seite 32 - Send an Emergency Call

28Common Radio FeaturesConventional Scan OnlyMake a Dynamic Priority ChangeWhile the radio is scanning, the dynamic priority change feature lets you t

Seite 33 - Emergency Keep-Alive

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 29Common Radio FeaturesIndividual CallsYou can answer individual calls made to your radio. Use the preprogrammed Call Response

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Seite 35 - Edit a Scan List

30Common Radio FeaturesAnswer a Selective Call (ASTRO Conventional Only)A Selective Call is used to call a select individual. It is intended to provid

Seite 36 - Common Radio Features

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 31Common Radio FeaturesSelect Repeater or Direct Operation• REPEATER operation = increases radio range by connecting radios thr

Seite 37 - Delete a Nuisance Channel

32Common Radio FeaturesSmart PTT (Conventional Only)Smart PTT is a per-channel, programmable feature used in conventional radio systems to keep radio

Seite 38 - Conventional Scan Only

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 33Special Radio FeaturesSecure OperationsSecure radio operation provides the highest commercially available level of voice secu

Seite 39 - Individual Calls

34Special Radio FeaturesManaging EncryptionKey LoadingRefer to the key-variable loader (KVL) manual for equipment connections and setup.MultikeyThe mu

Seite 40 - Answer a Call Alert Page

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 35Special Radio FeaturesKey ZeroizationNote: This is the method used for erasing the single key in radios with the single-key o

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36Special Radio FeaturesDynamic Regrouping (Trunking Only)The dynamic regrouping feature lets the dispatcher temporarily reassign selected radios to a

Seite 42 - Smart PTT (Conventional Only)

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 37Special Radio FeaturesReprogram Request (ASTRO 25 Trunking Only)This feature lets you notify the dispatcher that you want a n

Seite 43 - Secure Operations

38Special Radio FeaturesTrunking System ControlsFailsoftThe failsoft system ensures continuous radio communications during a trunked system failure. I

Seite 44 - Managing Encryption

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 39Special Radio FeaturesSite LockThis feature allows your radio to lock onto a specific site and not roam among wide-area talkg

Seite 45 - Special Radio Features

This declaration is applicable to your radio only if your radio is labeled with the FCC logo shown below.DECLARATION OF CONFORMITYPer FCC CFR 47 Part

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40Special Radio FeaturesOutdoor Location (using GPS)The Outdoor Location (using GPS) feature allows radio users using the model with display to determ

Seite 47 - Select Enable / Disable

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 41Helpful TipsRadio Care• The XTS 5000 radio casting has two vent ports that allow for pressure equalization in the radio. Neve

Seite 48 - Trunking System Controls

42Helpful TipsCleaningTo clean the external surfaces of your radio:1 Combine one teaspoon of mild dishwashing detergent to one gallon of water (0.5% s

Seite 49 - Site Change

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 43Helpful TipsHandling• Do not pound, drop, or throw the radio unnecessarily. Never carry the radio by the antenna.• Avoid subj

Seite 50 - Outdoor Location (using GPS)

44Helpful TipsBatteryBattery LifeBattery life is determined by several factors. Among the more critical are the regular overcharge of batteries and th

Seite 51 - Radio Care

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 45Helpful TipsBattery Recycling and DisposalNickel-cadmium (NiCd) rechargeable batteries can be recycled. However, recycling fa

Seite 52 - Cleaning

46Helpful TipsAntennaRadio Operating FrequenciesThe following antenna types are compatible with your radio:Before installing the antenna, make sure it

Seite 53 - Handling

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 47Helpful Tips800 MHz Stubby, Quarterwave3.4 86 WHITE 806-870 MHz NAF5042700/800 MHz Whip7 178 GREEN 764-870 MHz NAF5080Antenna

Seite 54 - Charging the Battery

48Helpful Page 48 Tuesday, May 6, 2008 6:09 PM

Seite 55 - Helpful Tips

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 49AccessoriesMotorola provides the following approved accessories to improve the productivity of your XTS 5000 portable two-way

Seite 56 - MAEPF-27478-O

Product Safety and RF Exposure ComplianceATTENTION! This radio is restricted to occupational use only to satisfy FCC RF energy exposure requirements.

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50AccessoriesCarry AccessoriesBelt ClipsBelt LoopsNTN8297 1525 mAh NiCd Intrinsically Safe (FM/CSA) RuggedizedNTN8299 1700 mAh NiMH Intrinsically Safe

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 51AccessoriesCarry CasesChargersNTN8380 Case, hard leather high-activity (includes swivel belt loop and T-strap), 2.5" bel

Seite 59 - Antennas

52AccessoriesSurveillance AccessoriesEarpiecesBDN6664 Earpiece with standard earphone, beigeBDN6665 Earpiece with extra-loud earphone (exceeds OSHA li

Seite 60 - Carry Accessories

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 53AccessoriesHeadsets and Headset AccessoriesRadio Interface Modules for Ear MicrophonesBDN6635 Heavy-duty VOX headset with noi

Seite 61 - Chargers

54AccessoriesSpeaker, Remote Speaker and Public Safety MicrophonesCommPort Integrated Microphone/ReceiversNMN6191 RSM noise-canceling (includes 6.0&ap

Seite 62 - Surveillance Accessories

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 55AccessoriesSwitchesVehicular AdaptersAccessories0180300E83Remote PTT body switch for EMSNTN7660 Tilt / man down switchNTN8327

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Seite 64 - Microphones

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 57GlossaryThis glossary is a list of specialized terms used in this manual.ACK Acknowledgment of communication.Active Channel A

Seite 65 - Vehicular Adapters

58GlossaryConventional Typically refers to radio-to-radio communications, sometimes through a repeater (see Trunking).Conventional Scan ListA scan lis

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 59GlossaryNetwork Access CodeNetwork Access Code (NAC) operates on digital channels to reduce voice channel interference betwee

Seite 67 - Glossary

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I vContentsGeneral Radio Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1Notations Used in This Manual ...

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60GlossarySelective Call A feature that allows you to call a select individual, intended to provide privacy and to eliminate the annoyance of having t

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62Commercial Warrantythe Product is unique, MOTOROLA disclaims liability for range, coverage, or operation of the system as a whole under this warrant

Seite 71 - Commercial Warranty

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 63Commercial Warrantywhich sold you the Product, it can facilitate your obtaining warranty service. You can also call Motorola

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64Commercial Warrantythe time the Product was initially distributed from MOTOROLA.J) Scratches or other cosmetic damage to Product surfaces that does

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 65Commercial Warrantythe use of ancillary equipment or software not furnished by MOTOROLA which is attached to or used in conne

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 67Appendix: Maritime Radio Use in the VHF Frequency RangeSpecial Channel AssignmentsEmergency ChannelIf you are in imminent and

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68Appendix: Maritime Radio Use in the VHF Frequency RangeNon-Commercial Call ChannelFor non-commercial transmissions, such as fishing reports, rendezv

Seite 77 - Special Channel Assignments

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 69Appendix: Maritime Radio Use in the VHF Frequency8 156.400 –9 156.450 156.45010 156.500 156.50011 156.550 156.55012 156.600 1

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viContentsScan ...27Turn Scan On or Off ...

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70Appendix: Maritime Radio Use in the VHF Frequency Range* Simplex channels 3, 21, 23, 61, 64, 81, 82, and 83 cannot be lawfully used by the general p

Seite 80 - Transmit Receive

ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I 71IndexAaccessories ...49alert tones ...5antenna ...

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72IndexPPL defeat ...19programmable controls ...3Rradiocarecleaning ...42

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ASTRO XTS 5000 Model I viiContentsAccessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49Antennas .......

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