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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: GP 360 Radio Charger
On a Motorola charger, when the battery is charging the light should be a constant red (or amber depending on the charger). When the charge cycle is complete the light will change to solid green. Sometimes the solid green time is brief, as the battery will begin to lose charge, and the charger will go back into trickle mode and change once again to red (or amber). In most cases, a flashing light indicates a problem, such as a bad or shorted battery, an incorrectly seated battery, dirty battery contacts, or a bad connection with the battery. (Note: Batteries last 18-24 months typically. Check your date code for the age of the battery.)
There were several chargers made for the GP360, including but not limited to a 60-minute charger, a 90-minute charger, a 10-hour trickle charger and a 6-unit gang charger which would be a rapid rate, either 60- or 90- minute. If you would supply your charger's model number we could tell you which one you have.
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
SOURCE: MOTOROLA RADIUS GP900
Unprogrammed channels will have a constant tone. It is possible your radio is unprogrammed. A dead battery tone is only for a moment, and is usually a medium tone then a low tone, sounding somewhat like beeedeeep.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
check this link at page 21 or see below
CTCSS PRIVACY CODES FREQUENCY CHART (Hz) Code Freq. Code Freq. Code Freq. Code Freq. Code Freq. 1 67.0 9 91.5 17 118.8 25 156.7 33 210.7 2 71.9 10 94.8 18 123.0 26 162.2 34 218.1 3 74.4 11 97.4 19 127.3 27 167.9 35 225.7 4 77.0 12 100.0 20 131.8 28 173.8 36 233.6 5 79.7 13 103.5 21 136.5 29 179.9 37 241.8 6 82.5 14 107.2 22 141.3 30 186.2 38 250.3 7 85.4 15 110.9 23 146.2 31 192.8 8 88.5 16 114.8 24 151.4 32 203.5 * Channel 8,9 and 10 are designated Canadian Marine Frequencies * Channels 8~14 are low-power FRS license free channels Note: Privacy codes can be programmed for use on Channels 1~22 only
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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The unit has LED activity indicators on the front of the case provide a status display indicating error conditions, transmission, and network activity for the 802.11a (amber) radio or the 802.11b/g (green) radio.
802.11a Activity LED Amber
The amber LED flashes three times per second until firmware is loaded. During boot, 802.11a mobiles cannot associate. After adoption, the amber LED is steady or flashes with 802.11a radio traffic.
The amber LED flashes once per second if an error prevents the 802.11a radio from operating normally.
802.11b/g Activity LED Green
The green LED flashes three times per second until firmware is loaded. During boot, 802.11b/g mobiles cannot associate. After adoption, the green LED is steady or flashes with 802.11b/g radio traffic.
The green LED flashes once per second if an error prevents the 802.11b/g radio from operating normally.
From this, it appears that the 802.11A radio is malfunctioning.
Here is the Motorola support web page for this device.
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