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ES Models II / III
Portable Radio
Operating Manual
for the ES Portable Radio
51SL ES Portable Radio
51FIRE Portable Radio
51LT ES Portable Radio
Ascend™ Portable Radio
Project 25 Conventional and Trunked
Analog and Digital Conventional
Part Number 002-5100-72501 October 2011

2006 - 2011 by EF Johnson Technologies, Inc.
The EFJohnson Technologies logo, PC Configure, Trunked IP25

, Ascend, Multi-Net
and Call Guard
are trademarks of EFJohnson Technologies. All other company and/or product names used in this manual are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective manufacturers.
Information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
ES Series Models II/III Portable Radio Operating Manual
October 2011

ES Series Models II/III Portable Radio Operating Manual i
Table of Contents
ES Series Models II/III Portable Radio Operating Manual

October 2011safety requirements
Controls and display
General operation
Radio-wide features
Conventional mode features
Smartnet / smartzone / p trunked features
Multi-net features
Available options
Rf energy exposure awareness and control information, and
Federal communications commission regulations
Compliance with rf exposure standards
Rf exposure compliance and control guidelines and operating
Operating instructions
Contact information
Battery disposal
Electromagnetic interference
General features
Conventional features
Smartnet / smartzone features
Project 25 trunked features
Se ct ion bsection controls and display2.1
Top panel controls
Table 2.2 led startup failure indicationson-off/volume
Rotary option switch
Antenna connector
Side controls
Accessory connector
Standard portable display
Figure 2.75100 iconsicon
Rssi threshold indications
Signaling tones
Message namemessage description
Table 2.4 tones for the es series portable radios (continued)message name
Standard and soft power down
Setting volume level
Power-up password
Zone and channel select
Channel select
Seq. ch.
Combined zone and channel
Favorite zone
Battery and accessory connector
Battery charging
Beltclip installation
Figure 3.3accessory connector3.5
Setting squelch
Transmit disable
Conventional mode
Smartnet / smartzone mode
P25 trunked mode
Multi-net mode
Figure 3.4site, system, channel, and zone relationships3.9.5
Sites status and home repeater frequencies, system keysystem
Multi-net systems
Channelsa channel selects a radio (rf) channel or talkgroup as follows:conventional analog mode
Option keys / buttons
Functionx = available in mode:
Function recall
Time-out timer
Home channel select
Power output select
Alert tone select
Multi-net operation
Selecting a priority scan list
Notepriority channels can be deleted.5
Determining channels in radio wide scan list
Monitoring before transmitting
Manual channel monitoring
Busy channel lockout
Call guard squelch
Call guard squelch enable / disable
Tone call guard squelch
Digital call guard squelch
Conventional squelch adjust
Selective squelch code select (ctcss / dcs / nac)
Penalty timer
Conversation timer
Repeater talkaround
Displaying transmit / receive frequency
Emergency alarms
Emergency calls
Emergency hot mic
Placing an emergency call
External emergency switch
Emergency talkgroup
Priority/tx priority
Changing the priority channel
Mdc1200 emergency alarm
Changing a channel talkgroup
Talkgroup lock
Access / de-access codes
Placing a telephone call
Answering a telephone call
Rx freq - programs the receive frequency the same as the preceding tx freq.sq adj
Notethe next two parameters are programmed only if the radio is programmed for encryption.key select
Ctcss / dcs squelch control (analog channel)
Replying to a received text message
Locked radio option
Communications check
Evacuation alert
Table 5.1 rssi tones (fire ground mode)rssi level
Standard group calls
Receiving a standard group call
Private (unit-to-unit) calls
Placing an enhanced private conversation call
Telephone calls
Enhanced private conversation mode
Sending status conditions
Emergency alarm and call
Emergency call alert
External emergency feature
Failsoft operation
Failsoft connect tone
Signal strength
Normal p and smartzone control channel hunt
Multi-net terms
Home channel aliasing -
Home repeater number -
Individual (unique) id -
Status repeater -
Unique id - see individual -
Interrupting call
Receive priority calls
Access priority
System authorization
Caller identification
Dynamic move to a new zone / channel
Emergency zone / channel selection
Automatic / manual transmit
Automatic transmit -
Scan on-off and indicators
Determining which channels are in a group scan list
Notethe user cannot add or delete scan lists initially programmed.3
Scan delay and continue timers
Nuisance channel add / delete
Multi-net group calls
Placing a group call
Receiving a group call
Directed group call
Entering number using keypad
Telephone call -
System busy condition -
Telephone and unit calls
Directed group calls
Telephone number requirements
Unit call (current site)
Good - not currently used.very good -
Se ct ion bsection 8miscellaneous8.1
Batt low - the battery voltage has been detected as being low.busy
Invalid tg- the talkgroup entered was invalid.invald user
No edit - the current list is notable to be encrypt
Write fail - the radio is unable to write to the fail
Speaking into microphone
Licensinga government license is usually required to operate this radio on the air.8.6
Analog channels
Figure 11.1 key selection example more information on the pid or sln key management modes mode
Keys table3 54 21pid
Clear/secure select
Figure 12.1 network connection screen2
Figure 12.5 host or guest screenfigure 12.6
Figure 12.11
Figure 12.14
Figure 12.17
Figure 12.19

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