Question about Motorola Talkabout T4500 (7 Channels) 2-Way Radio
One is working fine, able to transmit both tone and voice, but the others are just receiving and does a beeping sound whenever I try to use them to communicate.
Posted by Anonymous on
Here is a link to the user guide, choose your model from the pulldown: http://shop.giantintl.com/Manuals.asp
Follow the instructions for programming the frequency and code, making all 4 of your radios match one another. Turn off any other special features, and only add them back in once you have the radios functioning together.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: won't transmit
First I would check the interference code on both radios to see if it is set the same. It is possible you have one set to zero and the other set to another number. This would cause the problem you describe. The interference eliminator is designed to block out transmissions from radios whose settings do not match it.
If all your settings are identical, and you have only 2 radios, it is not possible to tell which one has the problem. You either have one with no transmit or one with no receive. The only way to tell which you have is to get a 3rd radio involved, set to the same settings.
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
Here is a link to the user guide: http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/SX700_userguide.pdf
You will need to program the frequency, code and Qt filter (if any) to match. For basic operation set the frequency and then set the code and Qt filter (if any) to off (zero).
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
SOURCE: One of my walky talkys(motorola
What you might be experiencing is the Talk Confirmation Tone aka Roger Beep. I have looked through the T4500 manual and do not see any instructions for turning it off, just that it is listed as a feature. However, something you might try is holding in the + (plus) button while turning on the radio and see if it disables the feature. This method is used on many of the other TalkAbout models.
If it is not the Roger Beep, it could be a low battery beep. But from your explanation it sounds more like a Roger Beep.
Posted on Aug 25, 2011
One of my T4500 radios does the same thing. When I transmit or the radio is receiving, the interval is interrupted and it takes another 12 seconds to make a popping noise. Weird! I tried to post this as a comment but FixYa kicks out an error so apologies for posting it as a solution!
Posted on Oct 21, 2012
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Emergency Alert Mode
The Emergency Alert feature can be used to signal members in your
group of your need for urgent help. MR series radios will operate in an
automatic "hands-free" emergency control mode for a total of 30
seconds after activating the Emergency Alert. MR series radios in your
group will automatically advance the speaker volume to the maximum
setting and sound a warbling alert tone for 8 seconds. The alert tone is
emitted from your own radio speaker and the receiving radios in your
group. After the 8 second alert, any spoken words or incidental sounds at
your end will be transmitted to the group for 22 seconds. For the 30
second duration of Emergency Alert mode, MR series radio controls and
buttons will be locked to maximize reception of the emergency message.
1. Press and hold the Emergency Alert button for 3 seconds.
2. Release the button after the LED Indicator glows red and the alert tone
begins to sound. There is no need to continue to hold the Emergency
Alert button or use PTT for your message to be transmitted.
3. After the alert tone ends you may speak into the microphone. Your
voice or incidental sounds will be transmitted. The LED indicator will
continue to glow for the duration of the 22 second period.
4. After 30 seconds your radio speaker will emit a Talk Confirmation
Tone and the LED Indicator will extinguish. Operation then returns to
normal two-way mode.
Note: All Motorola Talkabout EM, MJ, and MR series radios are fully
compatible with the Emergency Alert feature. Radios other than EM, MJ,
MR series can receive the emergency alert signal, but will not respond
with adjusted volume settings, locked controls, or a warbling alert tone.
Users of other radio models set to the same channel and Interference
Eliminator Code will hear a steady tone for 8 seconds followed by the
voice transmission for 22 seconds.
Warning: The Emergency Alert feature should only be used in the event
of an actual emergency. Motorola is not responsible if there is no
response to the emergency alert from the receiving group.
Here is a link to the user guide: http://www.giantintl.com/ContentManage/manuals/Moto/MR350-351%20User%20Guide%2012-16-08%20KEM-PK14190-90.pdf
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