Monday, December 28, 2009
The crew from Wiscomm will on holiday from December 31st 2009 through January 10, 2010. We will resume shipping orders promptly on Monday January 11th 2010. We will have limited access to both voicemail and email during this period.
The programming cable, programming service and service manual departments are not affected by this closure.
Wishing you the happiest of New Years and we look forward to an exciting 2010!
Thursday, December 17, 2009
Gracias a una gran herramienta de Google, Wiscomm ahora es capaz de traducir del español al Inglés (o cualquier número de idiomas) para servir mejor a nuestra creciente base de clientes internacionales. Envíe sus comentarios, preguntas o pedidos a nosotros y estaremos encantados de volver a usted en su lengua materna. Contáctenos hoy Wiscomm!
Wiscomm now speaks Spanish or any number of worldwide languages!
Thanks to a great tool from Google, Wiscomm is now able to translate Spanish into English (or any number of languages) to better serve our growing international client base. Send your comments, questions or orders to us and we will be happy to get back to you in your native tongue. Contact Wiscomm today!
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
Motorola has just enhanced the incredibly popular Motorola CP200 series with the new CP200-XLS portable radio. This new unit brings the proven durability and economics of the CP200 series with the added addition of an 8-character display and LTR trunking.
Here are some details:
The CP200XLS models support the following features:
- Up to 10 Sites & 100 Talkgroups
- Up to 20 Repeaters per Site
- Up to 16 Universal IDs per System
- UHF and VHF Frequencies
- Combined System Scan
- User Programmable Scan & Phone Lists
- Data Operated Squelch (DOS)
- DTMF Selective Call (Encode)
Conventional Mode Only - Signaling Features:
- MDC1200 PTT ID (Numeric ID - Encode/Decode)
- MDC1200 Radio Check (Decode)
- MDC1200 Selective Radio Inhibit (Decode)
- MDC1200 Selective Call (Encode/Decode)
- Quik Call II Selective Call (Encode/Decode)
- Quik Call II Call Alert (Encode/Decode)
- DTMF PTT ID (Encode)
AAH50JDF9AA5AN 136-162MHz, 5 Watt, 128 Ch, LKP
AAH50JDH9AA6AN 136-162MHz, 5 Watt, 128 Ch, FKP
AAH50KDF9AA5AN 146-174MHz, 5 Watt, 128 Ch, LKP
AAH50KDH9AA6AN 146-174MHz, 5 Watt, 128 Ch, FKP
AAH50QDF9AA5AN 403-440MHz, 4 Watt, 128 Ch, LKP
AAH50QDH9AA6AN 403-440MHz, 4 Watt, 128 Ch, FKP
AAH50RDF9AA5AN 438-470MHz, 4 Watt, 128 Ch, LKP
AAH50RDH9AA6AN 438-470MHz, 4 Watt, 128 Ch, FKP
AAH50SDF9AA5AN 465-495MHz, 4 Watt, 128 Ch, LKP
AAH50SDH9AA6AN 465-495MHz, 4 Watt, 128 Ch, FKP
Friday, December 4, 2009
MTR2000 UHF Station & Receiver Intent to Cancel
Orders for MTR2000 UHF base station/repeater will not be accepted after April 1, 2010. MTR2000 VHF and 800/900 base stations will continue to be sold. The new MTR 3000 UHF station is the replacement product for the MTR2000 UHF base station/Receiver.
Models/ Options impacted
The cancellation impacts the following options tied to MTR 2000 main model T5544, T5766, T5731 & T5769.
X341 ENH: 30-2 W (403-470 MHz) Includes Double Circulator
X340 ADD: UHF 40W R4 403-470 MHZ
X540 ENH: UHF 100-25W R4 403-435 MHZ OR 435-470 Includes Single Circulator
Note: The MTR2000 UHF is not under Government Services Administration contract (GSA).
The MTR2000 UHF band station will be replaced by the MTR 3000 UHF band station, Model T3000A and frequency options X340MT (403-470) and X540MT (470-524).
The MTR3000 UHF band station will begin shipping January 29th 2010.
Implications of Cancellation for customers
The MTR2000 UHF band station cancellation is effective in ALL regions (North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Israel) where product models and corresponding hardware options and accessories are sold.
Aftermarket Product support will be available for MTR 2000 UHF station best effort up to 7 years (4/30/2017) after cancellation through Customer Fulfillment Center (CFC).
Thursday, November 19, 2009
Motorola has recently discontinued the physical CD's for several of it's popular pager lines including: MINITOR V, Advisor II POCSAG, Advisor II FLEX and LS355.
This pager software can now be download FREE from the Motorola websites listed below:
Monday, November 2, 2009
BPR40 Mult-Unit Charger
Motorola Part# RLN6393A
Battery Compatibility: PMNN4071AR, PMNN4075AR
List Price: $420.00 ea
Wiscomm: $359.00 ea
CP125 Mult-Unit Charger
Motorola Part# RLN5795A
Battery Compatibility: PMNN4063BR, PMNN4078AR
List Price: $420.00 ea
Wiscomm: $359.00 ea
Both are available now, contact your Wiscomm representative today.
Monday, October 12, 2009
Our good friends at Klein Electronics recently released a new Heavy-Duty remote speaker microphone targeted for the Public Safety market. We currently are testing this microphone with a few of our clients to see if its Wiscomm-worthy. Give your friendly Wiscomm representative a call for more information.
Thursday, October 1, 2009
Following up on the sucessful launch of the Blackbox + Series portable, Blackbox is launching a new Mobile radio for your conventional needs. The new Blackbox Mobile features 100 channels, 50 watts UHF / 60 watts VHF, Field Programmable, Narrowband and Two-Tone Paging. All this at an unbelievable price! Look for availability in the end of October, Contact your Wiscomm rep today to reserve yours!
Monday, September 21, 2009
Just noticed Motorola has a number of batteries on it's "troubled parts" listing including some really popular models:
Monday, September 14, 2009
Motorola has just announced the addition of a 16-channel version to its venerable 8-channel compact portable radios.
The BPR40 series now looks like this:
- AAH84KDS8AA1AN 150-174 MHz, 5 Watt, 8 Channels NIMH
- AAH84RCS8AA1AN 450-470 MHz, 4 Watt, 8 Channels NIMH
- AAH84KDS8AA2AN 150-174 MHz, 5 Watt, 8 Channels Lith-Ion
- AAH84RCS8AA2AN 450-470 MHz, 4 Watt, 8 Channels Lith-Ion
- AAH84KDJ8AA1AN 150-174 MHz, 5 Watt, 16Channels
- AAH84RCJ8AA1AN 450-470 MHz, 4 Watt, 16Channels
Monday, September 7, 2009
- Saturday / Sunday - September 12-13th, 2009 - Chicago FM Club Radio Expo 2009 - Belevedere, IL - *** Wiscomm will only be on-site on SATURDAY till Noon! - We used to attend this event every year when it was at the old Lake County fairgrounds, they moved a few years back and we hear the crowds moved with them. This indoor / outdoor event sounds like a blast (if it doesn't rain). Plus being the last Hamfestapolooza of the year you can only imagine the deals we will be ready to make! Details - Click Here!
Friday, September 4, 2009
The industry exclusive IMPRES Battery Reader provides IMPRES battery users the ability to access charging, reconditioning and key usage data that can affect overall battery performance. By keeping batteries in peak condition, talk time and cycle life are optimized, reducing battery replacement.
Utilize the benefits of Motorola’s exclusive IMPRES technology by downloading key usage data from your IMPRES batteries.
Installs quickly and easily. Simply attach the Reader to a PC via the USB port. No additional power required.
Supports all IMPRES batteries.
Get clear and quick insight into the status of your IMPRES battery.
- Present, Initial and Rated capacity provides a quick view of the battery’s ability to hold a charge
- Battery Manufactured Date and Date of First Use provides accurate insight into the age of the battery
- Total Charge Cycles gives insight into the battery’s overall use
- Total Recondition Cycles gives an additional performance indication
- Total Estimated non-IMPRES Charge Cycles helps track warranty claims and provides additional insight into potential battery problems
- Recommendation box helps to quickly identify actions to optimize battery life
- Histograms help quickly identify the appropriate battery capacity to meet your needs
- Export the data easily to Excel ® for archiving and easy future access
IMPRES Battery Reader
HT Professional Series Adapter Insert
MOTOTRBO Adapter Insert
APX Adapter Insert
System Software CD
Wiscomm Price $299.00
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
We are pleased to announce our new partnership with Blackbox radios as full dealer for the exciting new Blackbox™ + Series portable radios.
The Blackbox + offers an incredible value, a full 16 channel full power radio, available in both VHF or UHF complete with LiIon battery for well under $200!
As a special offer, we are extending the standard one-year warranty to a full THREE YEARS at no additional charge.
Here are some details about the Blackbox™ + Series:
IP54 (Water Resistant), VHF or UHF, 5/4 watt, 16 channel with scan, 2-Tone Encode/Decode, VOX (Voice activated), Voice Enunciation for each channel, Programmable Button (VOX, Announce Battery Power, or Emergency Alert), High/Low Power Switchable, Busy Channel Lockout, All-Metal Chassis, Time-out Timer (TOT), Priority Scan, 50 CTCSS, 104 CDCSS, Audio Connector: Dual Pin (Motorola).
Package includes: Package Includes: 1300 mAh Lion Battery, Rapid Rate Charger, Accessory Clamp, Antenna, Belt Clip, User Manual.
You will find no better value on the market, we are prepared to deal on quantities! Give us a call or drop us a email with any questions.
Friday, August 28, 2009
With much hesitation we must announce a price increase for our flat rate repair service on Motorola Two-Way Radios. Our new pricing takes affect on September 1st 2009:
$80.00 Flat Rate -- most modern Motorola Portables / Mobiles, includes up to $10.00 in parts (any parts beyond $10.00 would be additional).
$7.00 to $10.00 Return Shipping
Most repairs are completed within one week.
- Contact us via e-mail notifying us of the inbound units, we will provide a ship-to address at this time.
- For each radio, include note indicating problem/condition of each radio, rubber band note to each radio. This is an extremely important step, failure will cause delay or return of your radio.
- Properly package in bubble wrap the radio, at least one charged battery and antenna. No chargers should be required.
- Include your contact information including e-mail address.
- Ship to us using a trackable shipping method (FedEx, UPS, USPS Priority).
- If you fail to include contact information with your shipment, items will sit till contacted. We will not try to hunt you down trying to determine who's radios showed up on our dock in a plain brown box. Radios not claimed within 45 days will become property of Wiscomm and will be sold. Please make a point to include contact information or business card in your shipment.
Monday, August 17, 2009
You have never seen a control head quite like the head Motorola just released at the APCO conference in Las Vegas. Check out this PR:
Motorola Expands APX Mobile Radio Family With APX O9 Integrated Control Head for Increased Efficiency
Programmable controls maximize functionality and optimize safety allowing focus on the mission
August 17, 2009
APCO 2009 – LAS VEGAS (Booth 824) – August 17, 2009 – Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) today announced the launch of the APX O9 Integrated Control Head for the APX mobile radio line. The one-touch functionality and intuitive controls in one integrated unit provide instant multi-agency interoperability for mission critical first responders.
The O9 Control Head is the latest addition to Motorola’s APX multi-band family of radios. The industry’s first Project 25 (P25) multi-band (700/800 MHz and VHF) family of radios, APX communicates with current and future P25 networks (FDMA and TDMA) and has integrated GPS for situational awareness.
The O9 Control Head features programmable controls, combining several communication and warning functions into a simplified single-button press for safe and more efficient operation. Under stressful situations, the enlarged one-touch buttons make it easy to select and change modes, channels and zones. Buttons can also be used to sequentially operate lights, sirens/PA systems, status messages and GPS coordinates.
The integrated design of the control head reduces the amount of equipment required in a vehicle, providing officers with more cabin space and easier access to all controls. The large, full-color display of the O9 Control Head is easy to read and optimizes the intelligent lighting feature of the APX™ 7500 mobile radio by illuminating the appropriate keypad buttons and display screen in different colors to highlight specific events. The screen also adjusts to optimize different viewing conditions such as the night time.
“Just as the APX 7500 mobile radio does the work of two radios and reduces the amount of equipment in a vehicle, the APX O9 Control Head also eliminates the need for other vehicle warning and communication system controls,” said Bob Schassler, Motorola senior vice president, Enterprise Mobility Solutions. “Simplified operations mean officers can stay focused on the mission. The APX mobile radio provides true interoperability and exceptional audio quality in one device to aid the multi-agency communication that is essential for mission critical operations.”
Motorola will be offering a complete control head portfolio with three options available for the APX 7500 mobile radio. The O3 Handheld Control Head, the O5 Standard Control Head and the O9 Integrated Control Head will give users the flexibility to choose the control head that best meets their organizational needs.
Brochure (pdf): Click Here
Monday, August 10, 2009
Monday, July 27, 2009
Various Federal Models: HT750, HT1250, EX500, EX600, CDM750, CDM1250
Last Order Date: August 31st, 2009
Last Ship Date: September 30th, 2009
The following federal models are being cancelled as per the date shown above.
Model Number - Description - Band
- AAH25BEC9AA3ANFD - HT750 16CH, 29.7-42MHz LowBand
- AAH25CEC9AA3ANFD - HT750 16CH, 35-50MHz LowBand
- AAH25KDC9AA2ANFD - HT750 4CH, 136-174MHz VHF
- AAH25KDG9AA4ANFD - HT750 16CH, 136-174MHz FKP VHF
- AAH25RDC9AA2ANFD - HT750 4CH, 403-470MHz UHF
- AAH25RDG9AA4ANFD - HT750 16CH, 403-470MHz FKP UHF
- AAH25SDC9AA2ANFD - HT750 4CH, 450-512MHz UHF
- AAH25SDC9AA3ANFD - HT750 16CH, 450-512MHz UHF
- AAH25SDG9AA4ANFD - HT750 16CH, 450-512MHz FKP UHF
- AAH25BEF9AA5ANFD - HT1250 128CH, 29.7-42MHz LKP LowBand
- AAH25CEF9AA5ANFD - HT1250 128CH, 35-50MHz LKP LowBand
- AAH25SDF9AA5ANFD - HT1250 128CH, 450-512MHz LKP UHF
- AAH38SDC9AA3ANFD - EX500 16CH, 450-512MHz UHF
- AAH38SDH9DU6ANFD - EX600 160CH, 450-512MHz UHF
- AAM25BKD9AA2ANFD - CDM1250 64CH, 29.7-36MHz LowBand
- AAM25CKD9AA2ANFD - CDM1250 64CH, 36-42MHz LowBand
- AAM25DKD9AA2ANFD - CDM1250 64CH, 42-50MHz LowBand
- AAM25SKD9AA2ANFD - CDM1250 64CH, 450-512MHz UHF
- AAM25SKC9AA1ANFD - CDM750 160CH, 450-512MHz UHF
Friday, July 17, 2009
Just a friendly reminder that our annual Summer Holiday Vacation will be running July 21 through July 26, 2009. All orders placed during this period will ship promptly on Monday July 27th 2009 in the order they were received.
During this period we will be responding to all emails and messages, however the responses might be slightly delayed compared to our normal.
Take some time this Summer and spend a few days with your family and spouses! Thanks for your continued support of Wiscomm, we really appreciate your business!
Monday, July 6, 2009
- Saturday - July 11th, 2009 - South Milwaukee ARC Swapfest - Oak Creek, WI - We love this outdoor fest, plus the free beer at Noon doesn't hurt either! We have been going to this fest since before we were hams. Great location just about five minutes off the freeway south of Milwaukee, WI. Details - Click Here!
Friday, June 26, 2009
Thanks for your patience.
All other Wiscomm services are not affected by this closure.
Friday, June 19, 2009
Monday, June 15, 2009
Batteries, accessories and parts are starting to trickle in for the much anticipated Motorola APX 7000 Portable Series radios. At this moment items are not available for shipment, we do have pricing available for batteries, mics, carry cases and other accessories.
If have a specific request for accessories for the APX series, please contact your friendly Wiscomm rep today!
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
HT 1250-LS+ & CDM1550 LS+ - 700 MHz Guard Band
Model Description Band
- AAM255HF4DP5AN CDM1550LS+ 700, 1-15W 16CH
- AAM255HF4DP5AN CDM1550LS+ 700, 1-15W 16CH Databox
- AAH255CF4DP5AN HT1250LS+ 700MHz 2.5W 16CH LKP
- AAH255CH4DP6AN HT1250LS+ 700MHz 2.5W 16CH FKP
Mobile TX: 787-788 MHz
Thursday, May 21, 2009
Thursday, May 7, 2009
Power Up with Motorola
May 4 - August 31, 2009
The Power Up promotion gives you hard-hitting offers that are designed to provide you with money-saving rebates.
- $60 Rebate on purchase of six Professional Series Batteries
- $30 Rebate on purchase of six Commercial Series Batteries
- $30 Rebate on purchase of one Commercial Series Multi-unit Charger
- See attachment for list of batteries and chargers
To qualify for your rebate, make a qualifying purchase through Wiscomm.com and complete an easy-to-use, online rebate form. Complete instructions are right there when they sign on
- Complete the online rebate form. Have them PRINT and SIGN the confirmation page.
- Make a copy of their invoice that comes with your Wiscomm order.
- Mail this documentation to:
Motorola Promotions Headquarters
Power Up Promotion
11149 Research Blvd, Ste 400
Austin, TX 78759
You can expect to receive their rebate check in 4-6 weeks.
Contact your friendly Wiscomm representative today!
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
HT 1550-XLS Portable
Last Order Date: May 30th, 2009.
Last Ship Date: June 30th, 2009.
The following Professional Series HT1550-XLS models are being cancelled as per the date shown
above. Alternate product available with similar features on the same frequency bands is the HT1250 portable as well as the MOTOTRBO XPR 6500/6550 portables. For more information on replacement product features please contact your local Motorola representative.
Model Band Split Description
AAH25KDN9DU8_N 136-174 MHz HT1550-XLS 1-5W, 160 CH
AAH25RDN9DU8_N 403-470 MHz HT1550-XLS 1-4 W, 160 CH
AAH25SDN9DU8_N 450-512 MHz HT1550-XLS 1-4 W, 160 CH
Please contact Wiscomm with any questions.
Monday, April 27, 2009
Due to a critical obsolete part from our supplier, Motorola is unable to supply mobile DTMF microphones HMN1037, HMN1053, HMN3013, and HMN1032 at this time. We currently have an engineering team starting the process to re-tool, re-test, and re-qualify the new component. Our intent is to continue to supply these microphones. Unfortunately since we are building this new component from scratch, it will be a long process to ensure we are shipping a quality end product. Please note, due to delays in production, revised ship date is now expected to be the end of May 2009.Contact us at Wiscomm if you have any questions or need further schedule updates.
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
- Our business overall is the ultimate recycling, when we work with clients looking to move inventory, we take it all, not just cherry pick the best and through everything else away. One way or another we find a home for every radio we take in.
- All of Wiscomm's battery inventory gets recycled when batteries hit its end of life. We work with a few organizations who properly recycle and dispose of all batteries.
- Most of the cleaning supplies we use at Wiscomm are "green", we use "Simple Green" or supplies from our friends at "EcoGeeks".
- All of our new boxes include recycled content, we recycle all of our inbound boxes and reship outbound product to our clients (that's why you may see old writing or labels on your packages).
- We combine our daily shipments to our shipping carriers.
If you have any questions about Wiscomm, please give us a call or drop us email!
Monday, April 20, 2009
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Motorola started some new computer upgrades on Friday April 10th, these upgrades will eventually allow for real-time availability of parts in the Motorola warehouse, however at this time they are experiencing delays of 1-2 days before being able to ship. We normally are able to order by 3pm Central and have parts arrive the following morning, through this week you should add a day or two before we are able to ship. They are advising these delays should diminish later in the week.
Thanks for your patience this week.
UPDATE (APR16 - 0630): Motorola is still having shipping issues with parts and accessories coming from its main distribution center in Elgin, IL. Delays of 2-3 days (normally same day) are common. Motorola is advising the computer issues are fixed and they are working on the order backlog. They expect to be back to the same day ship on in-stock items by Monday April 20th.
UPDATE (APR 20 - 0800) : Motorola is now shipping same day, so order placed with Wiscomm by 3pm Central US will ship to you the following business day. This is for in-stock items only.
Contact us with any questions!
Monday, April 6, 2009
- RDD5553A - AFT - AFT
- RDD5410A - A150 - 150-174 MHz ¼ Wave Chrome Center Tunable A-Base Whip
- RDD5408A - A150S - 150-174MHz ¼ Wave Chrome Center Tunable A-Base Whip with Spring
- RDD5559A - AD150 - Commercial Disguise Ant 150-174MHz
- RDD5293A - ADB150C - Black cellular disguised Ant, 150-174MHz 1/4 wave closed
- RDD5409A - B1323 - 132-174MHz 3dB Load Coil Antenna
- RDD5229A - B132S - 132-525MHz VHF Broadband ¼ wave with Spring
- RDD5230A - B1442N - 144-174 MHz ½ wave No Ground Plane 2.4dB
- RDD5413A - B1442NS - 144-174 MHz ½ wave No Ground Plane 2.4dB with Spring
- RDD5231A - B1443 - 144-174 MHz 3dB Base Loaded 5/8 Wave
- RDD5414A - B1443S - 144-174 MHz 3dB Base Loaded 5/8 Wave w/Spring
- RDD5517A - BB1443 - 144-174 MHz 3dB loaded black 5/8 wave
- RDD5355A - CW1320 - 132-174MHz Unity broadband
- RDD5232A - CW1503 - 150-162 MHz base loaded wideband
- RDD5567A - CW1503S - 150-162 MHz base loaded wideband w/Spring
- RDD5423A - ETRA1500 - 150-155 MHz Phantom Elite White
- RDD5424A - ETRAB1500 - 150-155 MHz Phantom Elite Black
- RDD5227A - QW152 - 152-162 MHz ¼ Wave Stainless Antenna
- RAD4229A - QW162 - 162-174 MHz ¼ Wave Stainless Antenna
- RDD5228A - QWB152 - 152-162 MHz ¼ Wave Black Antenna
- RAD4209A - TRABT1420 - 142-160 MHz tunable black Phantom NMO mtg 60 watts
- RAD4209ARB - TRABT14208UM - 142-160 MHz tunable black Phantom antenna kit
- RAD4208A - TRABT1500 - 150-168 MHz blk tunable Phantom NMO mtg 60 watts 1 min
- RAD4208ARB - TRABT15008UM - 150-168 blk Phantom ant kit
- RAD4210A - TRAT1420 - 142-160 MHz W tunable Phantom NMO mtg 60 watts
- RAD4210ARB - TRAT14208UM - 142-160 White Phantom ant kit
- RAD4207A - TRAT1500 - 150-168 MHz White tunable Phantom NMO mtg 60 watts
- RAD4207ARB - TRAT15008UM - 150-168 White Phantom ant kit
Friday, April 3, 2009
Motorola recently introduced the "RDX" Series portables. This unit replaces the CLS/XTN series portables. Here are some of the various flavors available:
- RU2020BKF2AA RDU2020 2CH UHF (450-470MHz)
- RV2020BKF2AA RDV2020 2CH VHF (150.8-160MHz)
- RU2080BKN8AA RDU2080d 8CH UHF (450-470MHz)
- RV2080BKN8AA RDV2080d 8CH VHF (150.8-160MHz)
- RU4160BKN9AA RDU4160d 16CH UHF (438-470MHz)
- RV5100BKN9AA RDV5100 10CH VHF (146-174MHz)
- RU4100BKN9AA RDU4100 10CH UHF (438-470MHz)
- RU4103BKN9AA RDU4103 10CH UHF (BRCAN)
- RU4163BKN9AA RDU4163d 16CH UHF (BRCAN)
- RU2023BKF2AA RDU2023 2CH UHF (450-470MHz)
- RDM2070BFAAS RDM2070d 7CH Wal-Mart MURS
- RV5103BKN9AA RDV5103 10CH VHF (BRCAN)
Part Number Description
- 3675074C01 Knob, Vol
- 3675075C01 Knob, Freq.
- RLN6175A STANDARD DROP-IN TRAY
- RPN4054A STANDARD US FIXED PWR SUPPLY
- RLN6170A RAPID EXCHG AC PWR SUPPLY
- RLN6332A RAPID DROP-IN TRAY
- RLN6349A ADAPTOR NA
- 0775121C01 Bracket, Interchangeable (MUC/SUC)
- NNTN7233A Housing Kit, Non-Display Fixed Ant UHF 2Ch
- NNTN7242A Housing Kit, Non-Display Fixed Ant VHF 2Ch
- NNTN7238A Housing Kit, Display Remote Antenna
- NNTN7390A HP Housing Kit, Display Remote Antenna 16Ch
- NNTN7389A HP Housing Kit, Non-Display Remote Ant 10Ch
- 3375077C01 Label, Motorola Logo
- 3375076C02 Label, Model RDU2020
- 3375076C03 Label, Model RDV2020
- 3375076C04 Label, Model RDU2023
- 3375076C12 Label, Model RDU2080d
- 3375076C22 Label, Model RDU4160D
- 3375076C19 Label, Model RDU4163D
- 3375076C20 Label, Model RDV5100
- 3375076C21 Label, Model RDU4100
- 3375076C18 Label, Model RDU4103
- 3275054C01 Shim, ESD (requires adhesive p/n 1175057C01)
- 0375060C01 Screw, M2X5
- 0375060C02 Screw, M2X7
- 0375105C01 Screw, M2.3X7
- 0775061C01 LCD holder
- 3775055C01 Sleeve, Antenna
- 3975089C01 Elastomeric connector, LCD
- 3975107C01 Popple Dome array
- 5005600C02 microphone
- 7275088C01 LCD glass
- 3205472P21 Seal Main O Ring
- 3205472P20 Seal antenna O ring
- NNTN7402A LCD retainer assy
- 3375076C24 Label, Model RDM2070D
- 3375076C25 RDV5103 front label
RDX Users Guide Non-Display P/N 6871663M01-A
RDX Users Guide Display P/N 6880309T01-A
For pricing and availability please contact Wiscomm today!
Thursday, April 2, 2009
Wiscomm along with Motorola now carries quality Larsen antennas. Please find available items below: Motorola Part #, Larsen Part #, Description.
- RDE5689A - A4503C - 450-470MHz 3.5dB closed collinear antenna
- RDE5765A - A450S - 450-470MHz Unity A-Base w/Spring Antenna
- RDE5691A - B4502N - 450-470MHZ 1/2 WAVE NGP BASE LD
- RDE5783A - B4502NS - 450-470MHZ 1/2 WAVE NGP BASE LD w/Sprng
- RDE5487A - B4503 - 450-470 MHz 3dB Base Loaded 5/8 Wave
- RDE5784A - B4503S - 450-470 MHz 3dB BASE LD w/Spring
- RDE5488A - B4505C - 450-470 MHz 5dB 5/8 Wave Closed Collinear
- RDE6100A - B4505CN - NGP CLSD COIL COLIN 450-470 MHZ 5DB
- RDE5690A - B4505CRO - 450-470MHZ 5DB REPLACEMENT ROD (for RDE5488A)
- RDE5785A - B4505CS - 450-470 MHz 5dB Closed Collinear with Spring
- RDE5704A - B4705C - 470-490MHz 5dB OVER 5/8 Wave Clsd Coil Collinear
- RDE5489A - CW4405C - 440-470 MHz 5 dB 5/8 Over 5/8 Wide Band Closed Collinear
- RDE6099A - CW4405CRO - 5DB WIDEBND REPLACE ROD 440-470 MHZ
- RDE6075A - ETRA4103 - 410-425 3dB Phantom Elite White
- RDE5797A - ETRA4503 - 450-470 MHz 3dB Phantom Elite White
- RDE5961A - ETRA4703 - 470-490MHz 3dB Phantom Elite Wht
- RDE6076A - ETRAB4103 - 410-425 3dB Phantom Elite Black
- RDE5798A - ETRAB4503 - 450-470 MHz 3dB Phantom Elite Black
- RDE5962A - ETRAB4703 - 470-490MHz 3dB Phantom Elite Blk
- RDE5632A - KIT1012-200 - 450-470MHz 1/4 Wave Ant w/NMO & 17' RG58AU/mini-u
- RDE5693A - KIT1026-900 - 406-430 1/4 Wave Mag Mnt Low Loss w/BNC
- RDE5628A - OEM2363-900 - 485-495MHz 5dB w/mag mount, 17' RG58AU/mini-u
- RDE5485A - QW450 - 450-470 MHz ¼ Wave Stainless Antenna
- RDE5486A - QWB450 - 450-470 MHz ¼ Wave Black Antenna
- RAE4162A - TRA4103 - 410-425 3dB wht Phantom 3/4 mount
- RAE4162ARB - TRA41038UM - 410-425 wht Phantom ant kit
- RAE4165A - TRA4303 - 430-450 3dB wht Phantom 3/4 Mount
- RAE4165ARB - TRA43038UM - 430-450 wht Phantom ant kit
- RDE6101A - TRA4500N - 450-470 Wht Phantom Unity gain NGP
- RAE4167A - TRA4503 - 450-470 MHz 3dB white Phantom NMO 3/4 Mount
- RAE4167ARB - TRA45038UM - 450-470 wht Phantom ant kit
- RDE5514A - TRA4503P - 450-470 MHz 3dB white Phantom with 5/8" Stud Permanent Mount N female
- RAE4169A - TRA4703 - 470-490 3dB Phantom 3/4 MOUNT
- RAE4169ARB - TRA47038UM - 470-490 wht Phantom ant kit
- RAE4163A - TRAB4103 BLK - 410-425 3dB Phantom 3/4 MT
- RAE4163ARB - TRAB41038UM - 410-425 blk Phantom ant kit
- RAE4164A - TRAB4303 BLK - 430-450 3dB Phantom 3/4 MT
- RAE4164ARB - TRAB43038UM - 430-450 blk Phantom ant kit
- RAE4168A - TRAB4503 - 450-470 MHz 3dB black Phantom NMO 3/4 Mount
- RAE4168ARB - TRAB45038UM - 450-470 blk Phantom ant kit
- RAE4166A - TRAB4703 BLK - 470-490 3dB Phantom 3/4 MT
- RAE4166ARB - TRAB47038UM - 470-490 blk Phantom ant kit
Saturday, March 28, 2009
- We first pull all the accessories from the radio (antenna, battery, mics, belt clips) and put them on the side for a separate cleaning.
- Focusing on the radio itself, we remove all sticker and tape applied to the outside of the case (not the radio ID tags) using one of the following chemicals, either GooGone or WD-40.
- Once all labels/tape have been removed, we want to give the radios a good bath. Think of all the people who have been hacking, coughing and god knows what else then using this radio, this freaks us out and we need to disinfect the radio, really! We use a 50% dilution of Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner Concentrate, liberally apply this mixture (without immersing radio) watching so not too much liquid gets into the speaker or microphone areas. After a short period of time we aggressively scrub unit using a stiff synthetic brush, then spraying units again with the cleaning mixture mentioned above. Using a clean cloth remove dry radio and removing any liquid paying particular attention to the speaker and microphone ports witch may require a quick puff of air remove any remaining liquid. At this point we like to give units a good spray of Lysol to kill and remaining germs and allow to air dry.
- After the thorough cleaning and disinfecting, we want to polish up these units. We like to use Pledge, liberally spray the Pledge on the radios (again you do not want to fill the speaker and microphone areas) and allow to sit on radios overnight if possible. The longer you let the Pledge sit on the radios the better they will and the longer it will maintain its shine.
- Repeat the above process for all the accessories (antennas, batteries, belt clips, microphones).
- Reassemble accessories and enjoy your new looking radios!
Thursday, March 26, 2009
We will be adding the following Remote Speaker Microphones to our inventory shortly. These are for the Motorola MotoTRBO series radios that are being increasingly popular. The MotoTRBO series includes: MOTOTRBO™ DGP™ 4150, MOTOTRBO™ DGP™ 4150+, MOTOTRBO™ DGP™ 6150, MOTOTRBO™ DGP™ 6150+, MOTOTRBO™XPR™6300, MOTOTRBO™XPR™6350, MOTOTRBO™XPR™6500, MOTOTRBO™XPR™6550.
- PMMN4046 - IMPRES Remote Speaker Microphone, with volume control -
Submersible (IP57) -- This RSM design is slightly larger to benefit users wearing gloves. The RSM utilizes windporting technology that can help reduce background noise in windy conditions. The volume control enables users to adjust audio volume without having to touch the radio. - $81.00 EACH
- PMMN4050 - IMPRES Remote Speaker Microphone - Noise Cancelling -- This RSM design is slightly larger to benefit users wearing gloves. The 3.5mm earjack is located on the microphone head to eliminate long wires. When the user speaks into the microphone,
the Noise Cancelling acoustic utilizes a directional microphone that will help eliminate ambient noise - ideal for outdoor communication. - $86.00 EACH
- PMMN4024 - Remote Speaker Microphone -- These advanced Remote Speaker Microphones utilize advanced windporting technology that can help reduce background noise in windy conditions. The PMMN4024 has an earjack located on the microphone
head to eliminate long wires. - $69.00 EACH
- PMMN4025 - IMPRES Remote Speaker Microphone w/Emergency Button -- This Remote Speaker Microphones utilize advanced windporting technology that can help reduce background noise in windy conditions. The PMMN4025 has an earjack located on the microphone head to eliminate long wires. - $79.00 EACH
- PMMN4040 - Remote Speaker Microphone - Submersible (IP57) -- The PMMN4040 has a higher IP57 water intrusion rating that helps provide first responders with high reliability in emergency situations. - $69.00 EACH
Monday, March 23, 2009
SUBJECT: XTS 3000, XTS 3500 and XTS 5000 Radio/Battery Contact Preventive Maintenance
The purpose of this bulletin is to provide information relative to assuring integrity and reliability of the power contacts on the XTS 3000, XTS 3000R, XTS 3500, XTS 3500R, XTS 5000 and XTS 5000R portable radios and batteries.
MODEL / SYSTEM AFFECTED:
All XTS 3000, XTS 3000R, XTS 3500, XTS 3500R, XTS 5000, and XTS 5000R portable radio models and all compatible batteries are possibly affected.
Radios with a build up of contamination in the radio/battery contact interface may experience unexpected radio resets. For display radios, a reset will be accompanied by the display indicating ‘Self Test’ followed by the power-up tone. For non-display radios only the power-up tone may be heard. Radios may drop out of scan and/or revert back to the top channel or zone switch settings if the zone and/or the channel have been changed from the front keypad or from a remote accesssory.
Contact material technologies used in the above noted portable radios are engineered to provide reliable interconnect between the radio and battery. However, to assure reliable performance, typical with all battery operated devices, it is important to assure that both sides of the electrical interface remain clean and free of foreign material and other non-conductive contaminants. Contamination on battery or radio contacts, such as fibers, dirt or other nonconductive materials may collect and cause intermittent radio/battery connection and power interruption (resets). This contamination can also cause accelerated wear to the radio and/or battery’s contact surfaces.
The ‘DeoxIT®GOLD’ cleaner/lubricant pen (supplier CAIG Labs, part number GX100P-UV) has been found to be very effective at cleaning and extending the life of the XTS series portable radio’s contacts. DeoxIT®GOLD is available at numerous electronics suppliers (Radio Shack, McMaster Carr, Fry’s, etc.) and directly from the manufacturer, CAIG Labs, at http://www.caig.com. The pen-based package is recommended as it provides better access to the recessed contacts of the battery. The pen’s tip will most likely need to be modified (trimmed on the sides) to improve penetration into the battery contact slots.
Per the manufacturer’s instructions, shake the pen and depress the tip until the fluid saturates the tip. Apply to each contact surface (radio AND battery sides). IMPORTANT - Extra care should be taken to ensure adequate lubricating of the larger contact surface area of the battery contacts. After cleaning, inspect both contact surfaces for signs of advanced wear. Advanced contact wear is defined as wear through either the radio OR the battery’s contact platings (gold and nickel) to the base metal (copper). Copper exposure is characterized by a distinctive orange-brown metal appearance surrounded by the silvery nickel underplate and gold top plating. In some cases, a magnified (8x to 10x) inspection may be required to verify wear into the base material. Polishing of the gold or nickel surface is common and is not considered a need for replacement.
IMPORTANT - In instances where advanced wear is evident on the radio’s B+ header, it should be replaced per the following part number table.
IMPORTANT - Batteries whose contacts exhibit advanced wear should also be replaced.
Radio Model B+ Header Part Number
XTS 3000 - 0905585Z04
XTS 3500 - 0985973B04
XTS 5000 - 0985973B04
After cleaning the contact areas of any foreign material, let the lubricant/cleaner air dry for two minutes. IMPORTANT - Do not wipe dry. Replace the battery on the radio and test for intermittency by moving the battery relative to the radio as might occur in regular use.
Regular maintenance (at least annually) of this area is recommended to ensure contamination free interface and to prolong the life of the radio and battery contacts.
Thursday, March 19, 2009
- CP200 UHF 4c
- HT750 VHF 16
- HT750 UHF 4c
- HT750 UHF 16c
- HT1250 VHF Partial Keypad 128c
- LTS2000 800Mhz
Friday, March 13, 2009
30th, 2009. The CP125 is being replaced by CP110d 16CH 2W, and CP185
16CH 4W. The CP150 is being replaced by CP110 2CH 2W, BPR 40 8CH 4W,
and CP200 4CH/16CH 4W depending on power, number of channel and
** Parts will continue to be available for several years **
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
REPLACEMENT PARTS LISTING
Category Description Part Number Radio*
- Screw Thread Forming - 0386434Z01
- Bracket Speaker Retainer - 0786433Z02
- Boot Microphone - 0786469Z01
- Chassis - 2786389Z01
- Gasket Seal, Silicon Rubber - 3286431Z02
- Gasket Control ELP - 3286432Z01
- Seal Battery Contact Block - 3286435Z01
- Felt Speaker - 3586092Z02
- Cap Dust - 3886441Z01
- Button Compressed Molded - 3886489Z01
- Microphone 20-16000, 1.5OHM, OMNI - 5080258E16
- Lightpipe - 6186446Z01
- Pad PA Interface - 7586436Z01
- Nameplate CP150 - 3386409Z02 - CP150 only
- Nameplate CP200 - 3386409Z01 - CP200 only
- Nameplate Motorola - 3386488Z01
- Escutcheon Top, 4 Channel - 1386440Z01
- Escutcheon Top, 16 Channel - 1386440Z02
- Label Escutcheon Seal - 3386443Z01
- Back Cover Kit, Main Board 146-174 MHz, 4 Channel - PMLD4206A - CP150 only
- Back Cover Kit, Main Board 146-174 MHz, 16 Channel - PMLD4207A - CP150 only
- Back Cover Kit, Main Board 438-470 MHz, 4 Channel - PMLE4256A - CP150 only
- Back Cover Kit, Main Board 438-470 MHz, 16 Channel - PMLE4257A - CP150 only
- Front Cover Kit 4 Channel - PMLN4552A
- Front Cover Kit 16 Channel - PMLN4553A
- Back Cover Kit, Main Board 146-174 MHz, 4 Channel - PMLD4204A - CP200 only
- Back Cover Kit, Main Board 146-174 MHz, 16 Channel - PMLD4205A - CP200 only
- Back Cover Kit, Main Board 438-470 MHz, 4 Channel - PMLE4255A - CP200 only
- Back Cover Kit, Main Board 438-470 MHz, 16 Channel - PMLE4254A - CP200 only
- Housing Front - 1586390Z01
- User Guide - 6880309N60
- Basic Service Manual - 6880309N61
- Detailed Service Manual - 6880309N62
- Housing Eliminator - 8180384N65
- Battery Eliminator - 0180305K08
- Programming/Test Cable - AAPMKN4004A
- Portable/Mobile Test Box - RLN4460C
- Cloning Cable 2.5 MM - AAPMKN4003A
- Service Tool Chassis Removal Tool - 6686533Z01
- Flash Adapter - RLN5583A
- RF Adapter 4.15 MM - 5886564Z01
Thursday, March 5, 2009
- NNTN6824A DAYTONA FRONT HSNG ASSM RMV ANT BLK - $27.00 EA
- PMLN4948A DAYTONA REMOVABLE BACK HOUSING STD. - $13.13 EA
- NNTN6390A DAYTONA BATT COV WITH LOCK BLACK - $4.36 EA
- 1315104H01 REAR ESCUTCHEON DAYTONA - $4.36 EA
- 0275826A01 NUT, DAYTONA ANTENNA BUSHING - $3.26 EA
- 0715126H01 BUTTON BRACKET DAYTONA - $3.00 EA
- 0975331B01 CONNECTOR, DAYTONA ACCY JACK (NEW) - $3.00 EA
- 1315104H01 REAR ESCUTCHEON DAYTONA - $4.36 EA
- 3815122H01 KEYPAD_BUTTON_DAYTONA - $4.00 EA
- 3815124H02 BUTTON PTT DAYTONA 2 - $0.60 EA
- 3875291B01 PLUNGER (NEW) PTT DAYTONA - $3.00 EA
- 6115091H09 LENS DAYTONA DTR650 DIGITAL - $6.51 EA
- 6115091H13 LENS DAYTONA DTR620 DIGITAL - $6.00 EA
- 6115091H14 LENS DAYTONA DTR550 DIGITAL - $6.00 EA
- 6115091H15 LENS DAYTONA DTR410 DIGITAL - $6.00 EA
- 6115091H18 LENS DAYTONA DTR710 DIGITAL - $6.30 EA
- PMHF4010A FRONT HOUSING ASSY (DTR650) - $21.79 EA
Friday, February 27, 2009
|XTS / Jedi Series Antenna Grid|
|Antenna Type||Length||Color Code||Freq Range||Part#||Old Part#||Price:|
|VHF Whip Wideband||8||Red||136-174||8505518V01||NAD6563||$24.00|
|UHF Whip Wideband||5.2||Grey||403-520||8505241U05||NAE6549AR||$21.50|
|700 Whip Half Wave||746-794||NAF5083A||$35.75|
|700/800 Dual Whip||7||Green||764-870||8505241U11||NAF5080||$35.00|
Thursday, February 19, 2009
Checkout where you can find Wiscomm in 2009:
- Saturday - July 11th, 2009 - South Milwaukee ARC Swapfest - Oak Creek, WI - We love this outdoor fest, plus the free beer at Noon doesn't hurt either! We have been going to this fest since before we were hams. Great location just about five minutes off the freeway south of Milwaukee, WI. Details - Click Here!
- Saturday - August 15, 2009 - Racine Megacycle Club FREEfest - Sturtevant, WI - Heck we love anything FREE, plus as a favor to our almamater amateur radio club we are bringing our dog and pony show to this nice park-like setting south of Milwaukee. All the folks at the Racine Megacycle Club are the friendliest on earth. We look forward to attending our freshman event. Details - Click Here!(pdf)
- Saturday / Sunday - September 12-13, 2009 - Chicago FM Club Radio Expo 2009 - Belevedere, IL - We used to attend this event every year when it was at the old Lake County fairgrounds, they moved a few years back and we hear the crowds moved with them. This indoor / outdoor event sounds like a blast (if it doesn't rain). Plus being the last Hamfestapolooza of the year you can only imagine the deals we will be ready to make! Details - Click Here!
Wednesday, February 18, 2009
We just launched the first phase of our new Wiscomm store. We currently are testing it with microphones for the Motorola high-tier radios (XTS5000 and like). We also listed all replacement parts for the Motorola HT750.
Its still a little rough in design, but everything appears to be working great. This new site will allow us to add and manage more products online easier and more efficient.
Check out the site and please let us know what you think!
Visit - http://wiscomm.auctivacommerce.com/
Sunday, February 15, 2009
What is Twitter? Well Wikipedia describes it as "Twitter is a social networking and micro-blogging service that allows its users to send and read other users' updates (otherwise known as tweets), which are text-based posts of up to 140 characters in length."
As we try to grow and develop Wiscomm we are willing to try anything once, we really believe this short form of communication is about to explode and we want to be part of it!
As part of this experiment we are about to run a really short term crazy special directed to our Twitter followers, we can't tell when or what the deal is going to be, you will need to follow us to find out!
Follow Wiscomm on Twitter by clicking this link! - http://www.Twitter.com/Wiscomm
Saturday, February 14, 2009
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
The Global Positioning System (GPS) Remote Speaker Microphone allows ASTRO Digital XTS 2500 and 5000 portable two-way radio users in outdoor locations to be automatically tracked by satellite throughout North America. For optimal GPS coverage, a clear view of sky with no obstructions is required. GPS Coverage may be limited in buildings, parking garages and areas with heavy tree coverage. Both models have a channel selector, programmable button, volume control and emergency button.
ASTRO Digital XTS 2500/5000
- HMN4080A*† GPS Remote Speaker Microphone, Submersible (Delta-T) - $329.00 EA
- HMN4084A*† GPS Remote Speaker Microphone with 3.5mm audio jack - $329.00 EA
For XTS 5000: Models I, II, III and Ruggedized. Radios must have a radio host code of R06.01.00 or later.
Remote Speaker Microphones (RSM)
This Remote Speaker Microphone is water-resistant and has a 6-foot coiled cord assembly, 3.5mm audio jack on the head of the microphone, swivel clip and quick disconnect latch.
ASTRO Digital XTS 3000/3500/5000/1500/2500, MT 1500 and PR1500
- PMMN4045A* Noise-Cancelling Remote Speaker Microphone - $87.00 EA
Windporting Remote Speaker Microphones (RSM)
These Remote Speaker Microphones have a 6-foot coiled cord assembly, swivel clip and quick disconnect latch.The windporting feature dramatically lessens background noise from high winds and other severe weather conditions. IP57 Submersible model tested at 1 meter for 30 minutes.
- PMMN4038A* Windporting Remote Speaker Microphone, IP57 Submersible - $105.00 EA
- PMMN4051A* Windporting Remote Speaker Microphone with 3.5mm audio jack - $79.00 EA
The Commander II Remote Speaker Microphone features an emergency button, volume control, and 2 programmable buttons. These microphones feature windporting technology and are ideal for firefighters and police. Delta-T submersible model tested at 1 meter of water for 2 hours using a Remote Speaker Microphone at a temperature 27˚C hotter than the water.
ASTRO Digital XTS 3000/5000
- RMN5066A* Remote Speaker Microphone, Submersible (Delta-T) - $189.00 EA
- RMN5067A* Remote Speaker Microphone with 3.5mm audio jack - $139.00 EA
- RMN5088A* Remote Speaker Microphone with Channel Selector, Submersible (Delta-T) - $189.00 EA
- RMN5089A* Remote Speaker Microphone with Channel Selector and 3.5mm audio jack - $139.00 EA
All prices in USD, Wiscomm stocks most of these microphones in our warehouse or easy next day shipping from Motorola. Quantity Discounts available.
Contact your Wiscomm representative today!
Sunday, February 8, 2009
The WPLN4208B ensures continuity of IMPRES battery charge data logging in a vehicular environment, so the IMPRES battery will receive adaptive, automatic reconditioning and will qualify for the 6-month capacity warranty extension. It is important to note that the IMPRES compatible vehicular charger will not recondition IMPRES batteries due to operational demand in a vehicle, but it will provide an indication when reconditioning is required in an IMPRES desktop charger. ** This charger features safety strap that allows for safe operation on moving vehicles. THIS IS THE CORRECT CHARGER FOR FIRE APPARATUS.
Saturday, February 7, 2009
We just received the updated High Tier Catalog for XTS 3000, XTS 3500, XTS 5000, XTS 1500,
XTS 2500, MT 1500, and PR1500 radios.
Download it here!
Please let us know if we can help with any pricing or proposals.
Thursday, January 29, 2009
Did you know Motorola offers a full line of Remote Speaker Microphones that range from "spray resistant" all the way to full submersible?
Here is the breakdown of terms you might see mentioned:
- IP54 - Stands for protection against water sprayed from all directions
- IP55 - Stands for protection against driving rain
- IP57 - Stands for submersibility tested at 1 meter for 30 minutes
- Delta T - Meets applicable Military Specifications 810, C, D, E and F and product submersion at 1 meter for 2 hours with the Remote Speaker Microphone 27°C hotter than the water.
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
We are slowly adding some additional accessories for the new Motorola CP185 radio that is starting to show up in the market place. We have added microphones, batteries and chargers with more coming soon. Check out our eBay store for these items or contact us direct for quantity discounts. - Wiscomm eBay Store
Monday, January 19, 2009
2009 Carrier Rate Changes
New UPS rates take effect January 5, 2009 and new USPS rates on January 18, 2009. Good news: USPS® is introducing a new, smaller Priority Mail flat-rate box for the same rate as a flat-rate envelope. This new service will be added as an option late January, 2009.
Details about rates can be found at USPS.com & UPS.com
Thursday, January 8, 2009
Both the PR1500 and PM1500 radios are now capable of being upgraded to P25 conventional operation for a cost of $400 .00 each plus shipping
Contact us for more details.
Wednesday, January 7, 2009
MODEL / SYSTEM AFFECTED:
Microphone Kits: PMMN4051A, PMMN4038A, PMN4045A and NMN6193BSP03
Replacement Cables: 0104026J83, 0104028J67, 0104023J42 and 0104010J70
All suspect microphones or replacement cables will have date codes or 8482 or prior
All of the symptoms below have been reported or observed as an out of box failures on microphones or replacement cables with date codes 8482 or prior
- Accessory will not attach to the radio, the hook on the radio connector breaks off or the radio connector is not fully assembled.
- The accessory will attach to the radio, but will not stay connected latched to the radio
- The accessory attaches to the radio, but has no receive audio or intermittent / no transmit push-to-talk is observed.
For symptoms 1 and 2: Improper assembly of the radio connector and latch were the causes
For symptom 3: Incorrect wiring inside the radio connector is the cause.
Units exhibiting the above listed symptoms should be replaced via standard warranty replacement practices.
Note: It is recommended that if any spare unit stock be inspected and tested. Any defective units found should be replaced to minimize user downtime.
Low - Perform when system exhibits above symptoms
PARTS REQUIRED (HARDWARE/SOFTWARE):
Replacement part for any found to be defective.
This is an informational bulletin. No labor warranty is implied, intended or authorized.