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This Section provides information on T2000 Series II accessories.


The following accessories are covered in this Section:
Section

Title

PCB IPN

Page

220-01170-03

8.1.1

8.1

T2008 Power Supply

8.2

Connection To External Devices

8.2.1

8.3

T2000-500 & T2000-600 1-7W Versions

8.3.1

8.4

T2000-05 Remote Speaker Kit

8.4.1

8.5

T2000-A06 Desktop Microphone Kit

8.5.1

8.6

T2000-A07 DTMF Microphone Kit

8.6.1

8.7

T2000-34 Selcall Kit

8.7.1

8.8

T2000-A36 Selcall Kit

8.9

T2000-40 DTMF Kit

8.10

T2000-A450X CTCSS & Scrambler Kits

220-01335-04

8.10.1

8.11

T2000-A50 Handsfree Kit

225-01210-03

8.11.1

8.12

T2000-A60 Dual Port UART Kit

220-01251-01

8.12.1

8.13

T2000-A66 Single Port UART Kit

220-01348-04

8.13.1

8.14

T2000-A80 Line Interface Kit

220-01272-02

8.14.1

8.15

T2000-A70 Data Modem Kit

220-01378-01

8.15.1

8.16

T2000-A03/-A04/-A16 Remote Loom Kits




220-01313-02

8.8.1
8.9.1

8.16.1


















 



 

The following topics are covered in this Section:


Section

Title

Page

8.1.1

Operation

8.1.2

8.1.2

Performance Specifications

8.1.3

8.1.3

Precautions

8.1.5

8.1.4

Circuit Operation

8.1.6

8.1.5

Installation

8.1.8

8.1.6

Introduction To Servicing

8.1.10

8.1.7

Setting Up The Power Supply

8.1.12

8.1.8

Fault Finding

8.1.14

8.1.9

Repair

8.1.15

8.1.10

PCB Information

8.1.17








 



 




The T2008 Power Supply is a mains operated power supply designed to provide the DC
supply requirements of the T2000 Series II radios. It uses switch mode technology to
control the regulation of the output voltage, which results in a power supply with a
higher temperature rating, improved efficiency and greater reliability.
The power supply can either be operated with the radio sitting on top as a desk top unit,
or with the radio and power supply detached as two separate units (refer to Section
8.1.5, Installation).
The T2008 has protection circuits for overcurrent, overtemperature and overvoltage protection circuitry. Current limiting is included to restrict the peak current to about 9.5A.
In addition, a self-restoring thermal shutdown keeps the temperature of the switching
transistor within the safe operation area ratings. The point of thermal shutdown is also
dependant on the load current, to allow for a higher duty cycle rating at lower output
currents. The output voltage and thermal shutdown points are factory preset.
The power supply also has a limited capability to float charge a lead acid battery under
constant voltage conditions (refer to Section 8.1.5, Installation).










 



  





T2000-21, -23, -24:
Voltage
Frequency

.. 230V 10% (limits: 207-253V AC)


.. 50Hz

T2000-22:
Voltage
Frequency

.. 115V 10% (limits: 105-130V AC)


.. 60Hz

Power
(mains input +10%, current limited output)
Mains Supply Plug:
T2008-21
T2008-22
T2008-23
T2008-24

.. 200VA maximum

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New Zealand
USA
UK
European


Voltage
Current:
Intermittent Operation
(TA = 25C, input 230V)
Peak Rating
Continuous Rating
(TA = 25C, input 230V)
Voltage Regulation
(supply variation 10%, currents up
to 6A, temp. range -10C to +60C)

.. 13.8V DC (adjustable 12.5 to 14.5V)

.. 6.5A at 33% duty cycle (maximum 2


minutes on)
.. 8A max. (duration limited by thermal
shutdown)
.. 4.5A maximum

.. 5%

 

Current Limiting (TA = 25C)
(10A secondary fuse available)

.. 9.5A nominal

Overvoltage

.. 16V 5% by zener transient


suppression diode (not self-restoring)

Thermal Overload
(cold start @ 25C, input = 115/230V)

.. shutdown occurs at approximately


95C heatsink temperature (7A
continuous after 1 hour)










 

Input:
Primary Fuse:
T2008-21, -23, -24
T2008-22
Thermal Cutout

.. 1A time delayed
.. 3A
.. integral with transformer

 
Ripple and Noise
0 to 6.0A, mains voltage 10%

.. less than 10mVrms

Operating Temperature Range

.. -10C to +40C

Weight

.. 3.0kg

Dimensions:
Height
Length
Width

.. 95mm
.. 225mm
.. 150mm










 



 


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The power supply contains voltages that may be lethal. The unit should not be dismantled without first disconnecting the mains supply. Servicing should be carried out only
by qualified technicians.

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If the power supply is operated at high output currents and/or a high duty cycle rate
for a prolonged period of time (e.g. more than 10 minutes), the heatsink will become
very hot. Do not touch.
Do not operate the power supply in a sealed cabinet. Ensure that there is an adequate
airflow past the unit, and in particular past the heatsink at the back of the unit.

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If the mains supply cord needs replacing, it must be replaced with a mains supply cord
of the same size and type as originally fitted.

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When using a T2008 and radio at a fixed location, it is advisable to check the maximum
allowable transmit power, as defined by the local radio regulatory authority. This is
commonly in the range of 1 to 5W, and exceeding this output power may result in prosecution.

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If the duty cycle (33%) of the radio and power supply is likely to be exceeded, then the
radio output power must be reduced to ensure that the current drawn from the power
supply does not exceed its rating.
It is advisable to check the current drawn from the power supply, regardless of duty
cycle, if the radio is operated at full power (25W). Variations in antenna VSWR can
result in current drain, which may exceed the rating of the supply.






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Refer to the diagram to the rear of this Section.

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The mains supply is connected to the primary of the transformer via the supply cord,
input fuse and on/off switch.
A conventional bridge rectifier is used across the secondary winding of the transformer,
with both positive and negative leads being isolated from earth. Five PCB mounted
smoothing capacitors are used to produce a 23V DC bus from the 18Vrms secondary of
the transformer. The ripple on the DC bus is 4V peak to peak, with an output current of
6A.
The front panel LED is illuminated when mains power is applied.


 
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Voltage regulation is provided by the complementary Darlington configuration of Q1
and Q2. The switching of this pair is derived directly from IC1 (TL494).
When Q1 is turned on, current flows in inductors L1, L2 and L3 to supply the output.
Capacitors C6 and C7 hold the output voltage at a nominal 13.8V. When Q1 turns off,
the current flowing in the inductors continues to flow, via diode D1.
C8, C9 and L3 form a common mode filter to suppress conducted noise at the output.

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A pulse width modulating IC (IC1) controls the switching of Q1 and thus the regulation
of the output voltage. A voltage divider (R4, R5 and RV1) converts the output voltage to
a 5V nominal level. It is then compared to IC1s temperature compensated internal 5V
reference. The length of time Q1 is turned on is proportional to the difference between
the reference and the output voltage. Feedback compensation is provided by C10, C11,
R6 and R7, while R10 improves the transient response for the feedback circuit.

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Current limiting is provided by monitoring the voltage across the current sense resistor
(R18). When the current is increased to approximately 9.5A, the voltage on pin 15 of IC1
decreases to a point where the pulse width of the switching waveform decreases. In
addition, a 10A fuse is provided in the secondary circuit of the power supply.








 

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Overvoltage protection is provided by diode D2 and fuse F2. D2 is a 16V zener transient
suppression diode that reacts instantly to overvoltage DC or spikes. If an overvoltage
condition persists, causing excessive power dissipation in D2, it will become short circuit, causing F2 to blow. F2 will need to be replaced before operation of the power supply is possible. D2 will need to be replaced to restore overvoltage protection.

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Transistor Q3 is mounted on the heatsink and its junction temperature therefore closely
follows that of both the heatsink and Q1. Q3 is biased by R12 and RV2. As the temperature of the heatsink increases, the temperature of the base- emitter junction of Q3 also
increases, which results in the Vbe of Q3 decreasing. At 95C, the base-emitter voltage is
exceeded by the biasing voltage, and Q3 switches on. As a result, Q4 turns off, and the
deadtime pin (pin 4 of IC1) is pulled high. The deadtime is now 100%, which means
Q1 is completely turned off.








 








The T2008 power supply is designed to provide the DC supply requirements of the Tait
T2000 two way radios. It can be operated either with the radio sitting on top as a desk
top unit, or with the radio and power supply detached as two separate units. The bottom case includes two screw recesses for wall mounting. The two way radio then can be
mounted in its cradle next to the supply, or operated away from it, e.g. on a desk top,
etc.
If the radio and the power supply are operated away from each other, an extension cable
for the DC supply would have to be used. To keep the voltage drop of this extension
cable reasonably low, the wiring should be of sufficient gauge to carry the required load.
It is recommended that a minimum wire size of 1.5mm is used.
The power supply requires a mains supply of 230V nominal 50Hz or 115V nominal
60Hz, as set out in Section 8.1.2.
If the power supply is run at a high duty cycle rate, high continuous output currents
and/or high mains input voltage, it will generate a considerable amount of heat. An
adequate flow of cooling air past the unit, particularly past the heatsink, is therefore
essential for reliable operation. Do not operate the power supply in a completely
enclosed cabinet.



Do not touch the heatsink after prolonged heavy duty operation. Keep the
heatsink away from anything affected by heat (plastics, etc).

The microphone clip supplied with every power supply may be attached to the side of
the top cover with the supplied screws and spacer, which fits between the clip and
cover. The hook switch monitor wire should be connected as shown in the wiring diagram.








 

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The power supply has a limited capability to float charge a lead acid battery under constant voltage conditions. The performance is limited by the way the power supplys
continuous output current rating is limited (typically 4.5A at 20C).
The following diagram shows an external protection circuit, consisting of two diodes
with the appropriate ratings (i.e. 10A/50V), to be used when float charging a lead acid
battery. This circuit prevents damage to the power supply due to reverse current, or the
battery being connected with reverse polarity.
The current limit prevents charging from being excessive, should a discharged battery
be connected. The output voltage of the power supply does not compensate for the temperature dependence of lead acid batteries.


  





 



  

   

  



     

 

       








 

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All sub-assemblies within the T2008 power supply (e.g. transformer, PCB/heatsink) are
housed in a specially moulded plastic case with no screws. The top and bottom halves
of the plastic case are fastened by four self-tapping screws.
All electrical components except the transformer and LED are mounted on either the
larger regulator/heatsink PCB or on the smaller mains input PCB.Disassembly



Disconnect the unit from the mains supply before attempting to remove
the top case.

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If the power supply is operated at high output currents and/or a high duty cycle rate
for a prolonged period of time (e.g. more than 10 minutes), the heatsink will become
very hot. Do not touch.
Do not operate the power supply in a sealed cabinet. Ensure that there is an adequate
airflow past the unit and in particular past the heatsink at the back of the unit.

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If the mains supply cord needs replacing, it must be replaced with a mains supply cord
of the same size and type as originally fitted.

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Turn the unit upside down and remove the two self-tapping screws.
Turn the unit back on its feet and remove the two top screws.
Carefully lift the top case away from the unit.
All the sub-assemblies are now easily accessible, and can be lifted out as necessary.








 



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Unsolder the leads of the transistor using solder wick or a solder sucker.
Remove the appropriate screws and carefully lift off the transistor.
Mount the new transistor using a silicon insulating gasket on the underside. Do
not use any other insulators (mica, etc) as they are unlikely to fit under Q1 and/or
would require thermal compound.
Refit the two screws for Q1 from the copper side of the PCB. Isolate each of these
two mounting screws from touching the heatsink with a 3mm length of silicone
rubber sleeving. Use spring washers under the two nuts.
Carefully position the PCB onto the heatsink before tightening the two screws/
nuts.
Ensure that Q3 sits firmly against the walls in its slot on the heatsink.
Resolder the leads of the transistor.

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Reassembly is carried out in the reverse order to disassembly.








 

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Ammeter: 10A DC
Voltmeter: 0 - 20V DC
Load Resistor: 0 - 100, 10A (variable)
Short circuit plug-in link: IPN 240-04020-62
Ohmmeter: infinity to 0

 

 
Refer to the T2008 circuit and wiring diagrams to the rear of this Section.
Check with the ohmmeter that the heatsink is electrically isolated from the negative output.
Connect the variable load in series with the ammeter across the output terminals
(see wiring diagram for the pin configuration of the output plug).
Set the load to maximum resistance (minimum load current).
Connect the DC voltmeter across the power supply output terminals.
The DC output wiring should be of sufficient gauge to carry the load current
required. It is recommended that a minimum wire size of 1.5mm is used.
Plug in the mains connector.

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Switch on the power supply.
Set RV1 for an output voltage of 13.8V.
Switch off the power supply.

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Before setting up the temperature shutdown, ensure that the power supply is at
ambient temperature, i.e. it has not been running recently with any significant
load current. The temperature shutdown is based on a heatsink ambient temperature of 25C.
Disconnect the load resistor.








 



Insert the plug-in link (1 - 2).


Switch on the power supply.
Set RV2 (TSD) so that the power supply just shuts down.
Switch off the power supply.
Remove the plug-in link.

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Reconnect the load resistor.
Switch on the power supply.
Decrease the load resistance (current rises) and set it for an output current of
approximately 9.5A.
Decrease the load resistance and the voltage output should drop, indicating that
current limiting is in progress.
If the power supply is very hot, the current limit circuit may cause the unit to
switch off completely. If this occurs, switch off the mains supply and wait
approximately one minute. The power supply should now operate normally.








 



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The checks listed below have been included to provide assistance in locating faults. It is
sometimes convenient to disable a complete section of the power supply in order to isolate a fault. If individual sections are isolated the rest of the unit should operate normally (refer to Figure 8.1.2, Typical Waveforms for details).

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Faulty diodes and transistors can generally be found by a simple ohmmeter check, as
follows (an AVO model 8 or equivalent meter should be used for taking the measurements, using only the medium or low resistance ranges):
Set the ohmmeter to the ohms x 1 range.
Measure the forward and reverse resistance of each junction. The resistance in one
direction should be low (generally 30 to 100), and the resistance in the other
direction should be high. In a faulty transistor or diode, the junctions will usually
be either short or open circuited.



Other components in the circuit may affect these readings unless the junctions
are isolated.

The collector current drawn by multijunction transistors is a further guide to their operating performance.


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The following table shows voltages under normal operating conditions, and those following thermal shutdown:
Normal Operation
(V)

Thermal Shutdown
Operating (V)

13.8

Q3 base-emitter voltage

0.2 approx.

0.7 approx.

Q4 base-emitter voltage

0.7 approx.

0 approx.

IC1 pin 4 voltage

IC1 pin 14
(voltage reference)

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The T2008 power supply requires specialised component replacement techniques.


Before attempting repair, refer to Section 3.4, Repair.






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Yellow

Brown
Green

Transformer
T4063

Primary

Brown

Blue

Blue

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Thermal
Shutdown
Set

Transformer
Secondary

LED Black

Yellow

Earth Mains

Black

Mains

Ferrite
Bead

Earth Shield
Transformer
Green

Green/Yellow

LED Red

C2

C4

C5

C7

Red (+)

F1

Fuse

To Mic Clip

Black (-)

Mains
Switch

Output Voltage Set

To Mic
Clip

+ Out
Ext. Speaker
Gnd

Internal
Speaker

4 Way Power
Connector
to T 500 Radio

7 way Power
Connector to
T2000 Radio

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Ext. Speaker
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The spare external pin in the T2000 power connector (refer to Figure 8.4.1) may be wired
to any of the option connections tabled in Section 5.9, Options Interface Specifications.
The most commonly used connections (hush, horn, emergency and auxiliary), are
explained below.
The T2010 and T2015 can be programmed to have channel selection controlled via S15
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An active +5V signal is supplied to this line each time the PTT is pressed or a valid
transmission is received (i.e. audio is heard), and is commonly used to mute a car radio.
It may be connected directly to some modern stereo systems, otherwise an interface
device will be required. This signal is sometimes referred to as the external mute.

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This is used in a Selcall system where an external alert has been programmed. An active
+5V signal is supplied to this line when the radio goes into the external alert cycle. This
signal will either be pulsed, steady or ringing, depending on the radio model and programming.

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This is used to put the radio into emergency mode for a Selcall system and is activated
when the input is switched to ground.

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An active +5V signal is switched to this line when the front panel 
key
(T2010, T2015 & T2020 models) or 
 key Fn (trunked models) is
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The spare external pin in the power connector is connected to an option by linking the
appropriate option pin to the EXTERNAL pin on options connector S14 (refer to Section
5.9, Options Interface Specifications).
The recommended linking method is to crimp a short length of 7/0.2mm PVC wire
between the appropriate connections on a 16-way Micromatch plug (IPN 240-00026-24),
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The front panel keys do not function when the T2010 or T2015 is programmed for channel selection control via the BCD lines.
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This Section describes how to convert a T2000-500 or T2000-600 radio to operate


between 1 and 7W.



T2000-500 and T2000-600 1 to 7W radios are currently type approved only in


Australia and Germany.

The following topics are covered in this Section:


Section

Title

Page

8.3.1

Components Required

8.3.2

8.3.2

Fitting

8.3.2

8.3.3

Set-Up

8.3.4

8.3.4

Specifications

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To convert a T2000-500 and T2000-600 to low power, the following components are
required:
Description
Low Power
Common Parts

Quantity

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030-02560-20

T2000-500/600 replacement transistor PCB

220-01287-00

radio type label

appropriate type approval label

T2000-500 Low
Power Parts

5p6 NP0 500V GRM42-2 chip capacitor

015-01560-06

22p NP0 500V GRM42-2 chip capacitor

015-02220-06

T2000-600 Low
Power Parts

4p7 NP0 500V GRM42-2 chip capacitor

015-01470-06

5p6 NP0 500V GRM42-2 chip capacitor

015-01560-06

18p NP0 500V GRM42-2 chip capacitor

015-02180-06


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Refer to Figure 8.3.1.


Remove L315, L316, L317 and *R319 from the top side of the PA.
Crush and remove the ferrite bead which forms part of L314, so that only the wire
link remains.

L317
L315
*R319

*C332

C346

L314

*L316

C300

*C330 *C331

Q308
Replacement
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Refer to Figure 8.3.2.


Remove the following components from the bottom side of the PA:
C323, *C324, C325, *C327, *C329 and Q306.
C323

*C324
*C329
Q306
*C327

C325

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Remove the output matching capacitors, *C330, C331 and *C332 from the top side
of the PA (shown in Figure 8.3.1).
Solder the replacement capacitors in the original positions, as follows:

T2000-500

T2000-600

*C330

5p6

C331

5p6

4p7

*C332

22p

5p6

Replacement Transistor Fitting


Refer to Figure 8.3.3.

Tin the underside of the replacement transistor PCB.


Place the PCB as shown, and sweat-solder into position, soldering the centre strip
first, followed by the other strips.

T2000-500/600
220-01287-00

C239

Q305

0305

C237

SRF 16
Resistors

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Solder the chip capacitors onto the replacement transistor PCB, in the positions
shown. Refer to the table below for capacitor values and the distance d.
T2000-500

T2000-600

22p

18p

14.5mm*

11.5mm

Capacitor Value
Distance (d)

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The distance d shown in Figure 8.3.3 is measured from the edge of the transistor top cap to the centre of the capacitors.

Solder the 2 SRF16 resistors in the positions shown. Keep the leads as short as possible and ensure the resistors do not cause a short circuit.

Replace the radio type label and type approval certificate number label on the
heatsink fins with the new type label and corresponding type approval certificate
number label.


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Adjust RV324 to set the required output power level.


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If the output power is set to 1W for RF control purposes, program the radio for
high power and adjust RV324 for 1W.

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Frequency Range:
T2000-500
T2000-600

.. 400 to 470MHz
.. 450 to 520MHz

Supply Voltage

.. 0.8 to 16V DC

Power Output

.. adjustable 1 to 7W

Temperature Range

.. -30C to +60C

Stability (power output set to >1W)

.. transmitter stable into 5:1 VSWR


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The T2000-05 remote speaker kit provides a 4 external speaker for T2010, T2015 and
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The T2000-05 kit contains the following components:


Quantity
1

T2000 speaker complete with mounting bracket and thumb screws

M4 self tapping screws

U type captive nuts for self tapping screws

5m


1

Description

speaker wire complete with receptacles and speaker socket

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Choose a suitable mounting position for the speaker.


With the speaker fitted to the mounting bracket, check that it does not interfere
with the operation of any of the vehicle controls.

Fix the speaker mounting bracket securely in the chosen location with suitable fasteners. Two M4 self tapping screws and U type captive nuts have been supplied
for this purpose.



Check before drilling that the drill will not damage any components or
wiring behind the panel.

If drilling directly into metal, drill two 3.5mm holes in the appropriate locations
and secure the bracket with the supplied M4 self tapping screws.

If mounting the bracket to any other material, such as plastic, drill two 4.5mm
holes and attach the bracket with the M4 screws and captive nuts. Slide a captive
nut over the edge of the panel to align with each hole, ensuring that the screw will
pass through the larger hole to thread into the smaller hole.

If neither of the above methods is appropriate, M4 screws, nuts and shakeproof


washers are equally suitable.

Attach the speaker to the mounting bracket with the thumbscrews.







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Refer to Figure 8.4.1.

Remove the existing internal speaker link and insert the three speaker wire receptacles into the appropriate power connector holes, as shown.
If the internal speaker is not required, cut the internal speaker ground link.

Internal speaker link


(T2010, T1015 & T2030:
cut to disable)
Not normally
fitted

Ignition
External

Power supply:
External speaker:

13.8V
Ground
Ground
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Plug the speaker into the socket provided on the speaker wire, neatly loop any
excess wire and secure with a cable tie.
Peel the protective plastic off the Tait label on the front of the speaker.









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The T2000-06 desktop microphone has an internal omni-directional dynamic element,


pre-amplifier and compressor loop. The microphone output is adjustable by a potentiometer (R11) which is accessible through a hole in the bottom of the case.
The desktop microphone has a switch provided for hookswitch monitoring, which can
be locked if required.

 

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The T2000-06 has grommets for both Series I and II radios fitted to the microphone cord.
1

Remove the Series I grommet from the microphone cord.

Fit the desktop microphone lead to the T2000 control head microphone socket,
then push the grommet in place.

 

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Both the desktop microphone and the T2000 radio have an internal compressor and it is
advisable that the T2000 compressor be disabled to avoid the possibility of hunting.
This can be done either by disabling the T2000 compressor or by adjusting the output
level at the desktop microphone.

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Disable the internal T2000 compressor by solder shorting the pads labelled ALC
disable on the logic PCB.

Observe the waveform at TP606 with an oscilloscope, and whistle into the microphone at close range.
Adjust the output level of the microphone until the waveform is just below clipping.

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Leave the T2000 internal compressor enabled.

Set the transmitter average deviation by whistling into the microphone at the
required distance from the microphone.






 
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(4kHz for wide band or 2kHz for narrow band).

 



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Under some conditions, the microphone may pick up excessive background noise. In
this situation, the output can be reduced using either of the procedures described
below:
1

Change the value of R12 from 10k to 47k (refer to the circuit diagram). This
will result in a 10dB output reduction.

Fit a 2K2 pot parallel with the microphone element.


Adjust the output level to suit.












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The T2000-07 DTMF microphone has an omni-directional dynamic element and internal
DTMF tone generator. The DTMF tone level is adjustable by an internal potentiometer
(VR1) which is accessible when the rear case is removed.
The DTMF microphone is intended for use with all T2000 Series II radios.

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The T2000-07 has grommets for both Series I and II radios fitted to the microphone cord.
1

Remove the Series I grommet from the microphone cord.

Fit the DTMF microphone lead to the T2000 control head microphone socket, then
push the grommet in place.

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The microphone LED is used to indicate key pressed. The LED is on for normal
operation and is off when a DTMF key is pressed.

The PTT switch changes the microphone input to the radio from DTMF tone to the
dynamic microphone. This is to prevent the microphone signals distorting the
DTMF tones.

The operation of a DTMF key automatically operates the transmitter PTT and
holds it on for a short time after the release of the DTMF key. This is to hold the
transmitter on during interdigital pauses.

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Remove the microphone back cover and set the DTMF tone level to approximately
80% deviation (4kHz for wide band or 2kHz for narrow band).

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sidetone.
1

Refer to the diagram on the following page.


Solder a resistor to S13 pin 9 (RX-BEEP) on the bottom side of the T2010 control
PCB.






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The value of the resistor adjusts the sidetone level and is between 100k and
470k, typically 220k.
2

Slide a length of silicone sleeving over the resistor, and connect a wire between the
resistor and S11 pin 5 (RXD) on the pot PCB, as shown.
S13 pin 9

TP603

TP602

TP601

TP606

ALC

TP605

DISABLE

FUSE

Connect to
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The T2000-34 kit provides selective tone calling (Selcall) facilities for T2010 and T2015
model T2000 Series II radios.
The Selcall kit consists of a small module and a 5MHz crystal that are fitted to the
radios logic PCB. This option allows selective individual or group calls within a fleet of
radios, on channels that have Selcall programmed. Selcall parameters and features are
set up and enabled during programming. Both Sigtec and International group formats
are supported by the T2000-34 PCB.
Refer to Section 8.7.3, Programming for a list of user-selected features. The following
topics are covered in this Section:
Section

Title

Page

8.7.1

Components Required

8.7.2

8.7.2

Fitting

8.7.2

8.7.3

Programming

8.7.3








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Quantity

Description

T2000-34 Selcall module

5MHz crystal with insulator

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Refer to Figure 8.7.1 and Section 7.10, T2010 & T2015 HC05 Logic PCB.
1

Remove the top cover of the radio by unscrewing the four cover screws, unscrew
the logic PCB and fold-out.

Unplug the connecting looms, if required.

Place the Selcall module flat on the logic PCB, as shown in Figure 8.7.1, with the
component side facing upwards.
Solder the leads on the bottom side of the PCB and trim as necessary.

Fit the supplied 5MHz crystal flat on the PCB in location #X502 as follows:
Peel the protective backing off the self-adhesive foam tape on the underside of the
crystal.
Insert the crystal leads into the holes provided and press the crystal down onto
the PCB.
Solder the leads on the underside of the PCB and trim as necessary.

Reconnect any looms that were unplugged in step 2.


Refit the logic PCB to the radio and secure with the three retaining screws.
Refit the top cover and secure with the four retaining screws.








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Q520

R533

P2

R625

IC511

R526

R578

C622

C521

C620

R632
C621

R634

R571

R528

R508

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R506

R527

R505
C517

R522

R633

R531

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#SPEC2

#SPEC3

#SPEC4

#SPEC5

#SPEC6

#SPEC7

#SPEC10

#SPEC8

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IC601

R611

R521

C618

C613
C614

C540

C541

C507

C506

R626

C616

R602

R621

R620

IC504

X501

R530

L501

R619

R609

C617

R623

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R525

R694

R624

C503

R583

Q507

R599

C509

#R595

R524

RV507

R572

C528
R616

SK505

C545

C626

R618

C612

R684

Q503

R647

R646

C520

R509
R503

C505

R627
R643

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IC604

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R641

R570

C501

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R581

R534

R582

R579

R644

R698

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R575

R628

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R542

R515

R585

C529

R569
C501A

R514

C514

C515

T2000-34
R504

R511

R512

R617

R580

C502

R510

R656

R520

C518

R696

R516

R532

R593

P1

R686

Q604

IC513

R663

Q608

C648

C608

C609

R614

C602

C611

S1

C607

R687
R622

C544

R615

R584

R592

C542

R612

R695

R595

R727

Q504

R541

C702

Q505

R540

C619

R586

R724

R726

S3

R725

C543

R600

#IC510

#R723

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R536

R535

R537

R568

R721

R720

IC509

R507

#R722

C705

#C701

R655

R657

R706

IC507

Q501

R703

R629

#R651

R688

#IC512

#R711

C635

Q603

R662

#C631

C605

R605

C610

R613

C527

R702

#R712

C519

R654

S8
C601

R604

R701

#C630

IC506

R650

R653

C633

C639

C500

R603

R705

R502

R539
R544

R652

C606

C526

R538

C546

C547

C603

R707

R704

R700

R501

#R710

R697

R669
R574

R547

R529

Q607

R666

C632

C641

Q606

R674

R649

R675

C522

C525

R659

C636

#R713

R606

R601

C647

#C704

R680

R670

C640

Q605

R667

C600

R708

D500

IC614

R679

R677

R668

R665

R676

C644

C637

#C700

R660

C634

R664

C627

R607

R672

C642

C643

R658

C630

R513

R636

R685

R681

R683

C646

R671

R642

C650

IC603

R678

C638

Q602

R648

R682

R699

R693

R691

#C703

#Q508

Q601

R519

R661

R610

R518

C530

#R714 #R714A

C625

C604

R692

R630

R635

R690

R689

R640

S15

R645

C628

C645

R631

C651

C623

R637

C624

R523

R639

R638

R651

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C524

S13

S2

R673
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The radio must now be reprogrammed to set the various Selcall parameters listed in the
following table. Refer to the manual supplied with the T2000-20 programming kit for
details.
Parameter

Selection

Tone Set

CCIR, EIA, EEA, ZVEI-1, ZVEI-2, ZVEI-3, DZVEI,


PZVEI

Tone Frequencies

16 tones corresponding to the International Standard


for the selected tone set, plus no tone

Tone Period

20*, 33, 40, 50*, 60*, 70 & 100ms

Lead-In Delay

between 0 & 5100ms in 20ms steps

Lead-In Tone

any of the 16 valid tones, or no tone

Decode Sequence

individual or group decode

Encode

preset

Group Decode Format

Sigtec or International

Auto Acknowledge

enabled or disabled

Group Dialling

enabled or disabled






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Parameter

Selection

Deferred Calling

enabled or disabled

ANI Sequence

leading, trailing or random encoding

Emergency Sequence

enabled or disabled

Alert

internal and external durations

Tone Blanking

standard

* These tone periods are not defined by international standards. Wherever possible,
use the international standard tone periods.










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The T2000-36 Selcall PCB plugs into an options connector on the top side of the logic
PCB, and provides selective tone calling (Selcall) facilities for T2010,T2015, T2020 or
T2050 model T2000 Series II radios.
This option allows selective individual or group calls within a fleet of radios, on channels that have Selcall programmed. Selcall parameters and features are set up and enabled during programming. Both Sigtec and International group formats are supported
by the T2000-36 PCB.
The following topics are covered in this Section:
Section

Title

Page

8.8.1

Components Required

8.8.2

8.8.2

Fitting

8.8.2

8.8.3

PCB Information

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The T2000-36 Selcall kit contains the following components:


Quantity
1

T2000-36 PCB assembly

12mm


1

Description
PVC foam tape

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Refer to Figure 8.8.1.


Remove the top cover of the radio by unscrewing the four cover screws, unscrew
the logic PCB and fold-out.
Position the T2000-36 PCB as shown, and plug into the connector on the T2000
logic PCB:
Model

PCB IPN

Connector Circuit
Reference

T2010 & T2015

220-01377-01

P1

T2020 & T2050

220-01344-02

#T3K44

S15

S14

S13

S2
S3

P2

P1

S8

P1

T2000-36
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Position the foam tape provided on top of XL2, on the T2000-36 Selcall PCB.

Carefully fold the logic PCB back in position and secure using the three logic PCB
retaining screws.
Refit the top cover.

Refer to the T2000 Programming Software Users Manual (IPN 439-22000-02, or


later) for set-up information.








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The T2000-40 DTMF kit provides DTMF dialling facilities for T2020 model T2000 Series
II radios. It consists of a small module which is fitted to the control head PCB. Once
installed, all parameters (such as tone durations and hold times) can be programmed as
required.

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Remove the four screws from the back of the control head and remove the back
cover, taking care not to lose the captive nuts.
Unplug the connecting loom from the control head PCB, if required.

Refer to the diagram below.


Place the DTMF module flat on the control head PCB in location S20 with the
component side facing upwards.
Solder in place, checking that each pin is correctly positioned over the appropriate
pad.

Reconnect the loom (if plugged in step 1), refit the loom cable into the cable
restraint in the back cover, and screw the cover back into place.
Ensure that the captive nuts are correctly located in the back cover before fitting.

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The T2000-A450X CTCSS and scrambler PCB plugs into an options connector on the top
side of the T2000 Series II logic PCB, and can be configured in two ways:
Product Code

Option

T201X

T2020

T2000-A4500

CTCSS

T2000-A4502

Scrambler

T203X

T2040







T2050
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The CTCSS option is used in trunked radios, and has 38 independent receive and transmit tones, set by solder links on the T2000-A450X PCB.
The scrambler option can be used in either trunked or conventional radios, and is enabled/disabled by the auxiliary (
) key (conventional models) or function ( Fn )
key (trunked models). The scrambler uses a simple frequency inversion algorithm that
prevents casual eavesdropping by other radio users. After descrambling, the recovered
speech suffers from some degradation in clarity.



The T2000-A4500 CTCSS kit is only compatible with the following radio and
PGM software versions:
Radio

Radio Software
Version

T2030

3.24 or later

T2035

3.28 or later

T2040

5.36 or later

PGM Software
Version
later than 1.44
later than 2.57

The following topics are covered in this Section:


Section

Title

Page

8.10.1

Components Required

8.10.2

8.10.2

Fitting

8.10.2

8.10.3

T2000-A450X Link Options

8.10.3

8.10.4

PCB Information

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Description
T2000-A450X PCB assembly

12mm

PVC foam tape

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Refer to Figure 8.10.1.


Remove the top cover of the radio by unscrewing the four cover screws, unscrew
the logic PCB and fold out.

Select the T2000-A450X link options, as described in Section 8.10.3, T2000-A450X


Link Options.
Position the T2000-A450X PCB as shown, and plug into the connector on the
T2000 logic PCB:
Model

PCB IPN

Connector Circuit
Reference

T2010 & T2015

220-01377-01 or later

P2

T2020, T203X, T2040 &


T2050

220-01344-02 or later

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S14

S13

S2

S3

P2

P2

T2000-45

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Carefully fold the logic PCB back in position and secure using the three logic PCB
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There are 2 groups of links on the underside of the T2000-A4500 PCB, the receive
(R) group and the transmit (T) group. Each group contains 6 bits that are pulled
logic high or low, by either solder links or zero ohm resistors.
The receive settings are set by links R-0 to R-5 and the transmit settings by links T0 to T-5. A short to the 5V line represents a 1, and a short to ground represents a
0.
The following diagram shows the T2000-A450X PCB, with links indicated.

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Tone Number

R-5
T-5

R-4
T-4

R-3
T-3

R-2
T-2

R-1
T-1

R-0
T-0

CTCSS
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67

71.9

74.4

77

79.7

82.5

85.4

88.5

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T-5

R-4
T-4

R-3
T-3

R-2
T-2

R-1
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R-0
T-0

CTCSS
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16

114.8

17

118.8

18

123

19

127.3

20

131.8

21

136.5

22

141.3

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146.2

24

151.4

25

156.7

26

162.2

27

167.9

28

173.8

29

179.9

30

186.2

31

192 .8

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203.5

33

210.7

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218.1

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The T2000-50 handsfree kit is designed for use with all T2000 Series II mobiles, and
allows communication through the normal PTT microphone, or handsfree operation
through a directional microphone.
When handsfree operation is being used, the transmitter is activated either by the footswitch (Manually Operated Transmit) or automatically, by detecting the sound of a
voice. The latter is known as the Voice Operated Transmit (VOX) mode. VOX operation
is only intended for use in quiet modern vehicles.



With trunked radios, a call needs to be established before VOX or footswitch


becomes operative. Normal handsfree operation can be used on a conventional
channel.

The following topics are covered in this Section:


Section

Title

Page

8.11.1

Components Required

8.11.2

8.11.2

Fitting

8.11.2

8.11.3

Fitting The Complete Unit In The Vehicle

8.11.3

8.11.4

T2000-50 Set-Up

8.11.5

8.11.5

Signal Specifications

8.11.7

8.11.6

Specifications

8.11.8

8.11.7

Circuit Description

8.11.8

8.11.8

PCB Information

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The T2000-50 kit contains the following components:
Quantity

Description

T2000-50 PCB assembly

directional microphone (with optional sunvisor clip or tie clip)

footswitch

9 way D-range assembly with 2 in-line connectors & microphone socket


attached

shroud (alternative shroud - not required for T2000 Series II radios)

2 way in-line connector

M3x8 pan Pozi Taptite screws

4-40x pan Pozi Taptite screws (black)

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Refer to Figure 8.11.1.


Remove the top cover of the radio by unscrewing the four cover screws, unclip the
D-range blanking plate in the rear of the T2000 radio, unscrew the logic PCB and
fold-out.
Position the T2000-50 PCB as shown, and connect the Micromatch connectors P13
and P14 to S13 and S14 on the T2000 logic PCB.

 


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After manufacture, the T2000-50 PCB links are left open and will need to be customer selected. For details of optional links, refer to the Link Options Table in the
circuit diagram.
Non-trunked radios: standard links are 4B and 5A.

Set up the T2000-50, as described in Section 8.11.4, T2000-50 Set-Up.


A +5V logic signal is provided to indicate VOX activity (S21 pin 7). VOX (violet
wire) and ground (grey wire) are both available from the D-range assembly red
in-line connector.
A spare in-line connector is also included in the kit for interfacing to an appropriate visual indicator e.g. an LED.

Carefully fold the logic and T2000-50 PCBs back in position, guiding the D-range
connector through the hole provided in the T2000 chassis.
Check that no electrolytic capacitors are touching the T2000 chassis (e.g. C21 or
C51.)

Secure using the three logic PCB retaining screws and the three M3x8 screws provided and refit the top cover.
Plug the D-range assembly provided in the kit into the D-range connector (S21).



Holes are provided in the T2000 chassis for the D-range plug locking screws.
Use the two black 4-40x Taptite screws provided in the kit to form the threads.

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The handsfree directional microphone plugs into the T2000 via the D-range assembly
microphone socket. The positioning of the microphone is important for correct operation of the handsfree unit and some experimentation may be necessary to obtain the best
performance from the VOX.
The microphone should be mounted in a position 20cm or less from the driver.
The microphone location should be free from vibration.
The microphone must face the driver.

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The footswitch plugs into the D-range interface via the black 2 way in-line connector. It
is recommended that the footswitch be screwed to the floor.



The 3m lengths of the footswitch and microphone can be effectively extended


by fitting a standard 9 way D-range extender cable between the radio and the
D-range assembly. These extension cables are not included as standard but are
available from most computer outlets.









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The radio may need reprogramming to accommodate the handsfree unit. The 
key
for the T2010, T2015 and T2020 or the 
 key Fn for trunked radios
must be programmed for latching if VOX mode is to be used. Refer to the T2000 programming manual.
For T203X and T2040 radios, the handsfree option will also need to be selected under
Specifications (refer to the Specifications section of the programming manual).

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Although the VOX circuitry has been designed to operate in varying conditions, it may
be necessary to change the minimum threshold for VOX operation.
Monitor TP5 without the directional microphone connected and adjust RV67. Turning
RV67 clockwise increases sensitivity, and anticlockwise decreases sensitivity.





For the majority of applications, it is recommended that the setting is left at the
factory setting of 0.8V.







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T2000-50 set-up should only be necessary after major repair.

AF signal generator
modulation analyser
high impedance voltmeter (e.g. VTVM)
oscilloscope
power supply (+13.8V)
RF power meter or load
30dB RF attenuator
The following diagram shows a typical test set-up.

 

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Set up the equipment as shown in Figure 8.11.2, and set the audio generator to
1kHz at a level of 0.8mV.
Switch on the T2000 and check the increase in current with the T2000-50 fitted is
less than 30mA.






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Switch on the MOX (Manually Operated Transmit) PTT and check that the modulation is at approximately 60% of full system deviation. Check that no audio path
is evident through the normal microphone.
Activate the PTT on the normal microphone and check that there is now an audio
path through the microphone.

With no audio, adjust RV67 for 0.8V at TP5.


Remove the TCXO PCB to operate the /IN-LOCK signal and check that the DC
level now goes to 6.5V 0.5V. Replace the TCXO.

Increase the audio level by 10dB.


With all PTTs off, activate the 
mode).

or 


Fn

keys (radio is in VOX

Sweep the audio generator slowly from 1kHz to 100Hz and back again and check
that the transmitter keys between 700Hz 70Hz and 250Hz 25Hz.
When going from receive to transmit the radio should key instantly at these cutoffs. When going from transmit to receive check there is a delay of approximately
1.5 seconds.
Check that VOX transmit is inhibited if the channel is busy (assuming LINK4B is
fitted).
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Switch on the MOX PTT and set the audio generator to 1kHz at a level of -50dBm
(3mV).
Monitor TP9 and check that the level on the scope is 1.2Vp-p 0.2V.
Increase the audio level by 10dB and check that the level on the scope is about the
same.
Decrease audio level by 20dB. After observing the charging action of the compressor, the level on the scope should be 0.4Vp-p 0.1V.
Trunking only: The audio at TP9 should be there on an assigned channel, a
non-trunked channel or in test mode. When the radio is on a control channel or
hunting for a control channel, the audio should be muted.

A final system check can be done with the directional microphone and footswitch.









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The following table describes S21 pin-outs, and relevant interface signals on S13 and S14
(T2000 logic PCB). S21 is the 9 way D-type connector mounted on the heatsink at the
rear of the radio.
Pin No.

Signal

Description

Level

S21-1

GND

S21-2

MIC

S21-3

GND

S21-4

GND

S21-5

GND

S21-6

FT-SWTCH

S21-7

VOX

S21-8

GND

S21-9

GND

S13-6

TX-LINE-IN

Electret microphone audio switched


in during handsfree transmit.

300mVp-p at 60% mod. 1kHz

S13-7

RX-GTD-AF

Used to provide VOX trunking


inhibit for received speech.

110mVrms at 60% mod. 1kHz

Input for directional mic. audio

Requests handsfree transmit.


Output signalling valid VOX operation.

S13-11 OPTIONS-GND Provides the ground for the options


circuitry.
S14-1

+13.8V

Powers the +8V regulator used to


supply audio circuitry

10.8V to 16V DC
available current 200mA

S14-2

+5V

Used to supply power for the logic


circuitry.

available current 150mA

S14-3

BUSY

Used to mute invalid audio when


transmitter has been inhibited.

carrier detect 0V = busy

S14-5

/PTT-TO-OPT

Echoed to S14-6 for normal PTT


request. Switches off S13-6.

5V pull-up 0V = Tx

S14-6

/PTT-FRM-OPT Provides the signal for the radio to


transmit.

5V CMOS 0V = Tx

S14-7

/IN-LOCK

Used to inhibit VOX Tx requests


when the radio is out of lock.

synthesiser lock detect 0V =


lock (lock-up time <20ms)

S14-11

CALL-SW

Used by trunking software to mute


invalid audio.

5V CMOS 5V = mute

The following diagram shows the pin designations of S21, viewed from the rear of the
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Operating Temperature Range

.. -30 to +60C ambient

Audio:
Input For 60% Deviation
Microphone
Microphone sensitivity
Distortion

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Delay From Audio To PTT Request

.. 20ms (typical)

1mVrms 0.1mV (1kHz, 600)


uni-directional electret
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Audio is fed into the preamplifier circuitry (Q1) from the electret microphone via pin 2
of the 9 way D-range (S21). The pre-amplified audio is then split and goes into the
speech bandpass filter and the noise filter.
The speech bandpass filter consists of a 4th order 250Hz high pass filter (IC1) and a gain
stage (IC1) with a 3kHz rolloff. Audio then goes into the compressor circuitry (IC1).
When PTT is requested by the logic circuitry, IC2 switches and the audio is driven into
the TX-LINE-IN at a low impedance. After the high pass filter, audio is tapped off into
the speech VOX filter (IC4), which provides a low pass cutoff of 700Hz. This, combined
with the previous high pass filter, gives the speech VOX filter cutoffs of 250Hz and
700Hz.
The second path of the audio after the preamplifier is to the noise filter (IC3). This consists of a 2nd order high pass filter below 100Hz.
After the gain adjusting stages (IC3 & IC4) each filter goes into a precision rectifier (IC3
& IC4), where their appropriate DC level is presented to a comparator (IC3 pins 12, 13 &
14). The negative input has a potentiometer (RV67) providing a DC offset, which is used
to provide a minimum VOX threshold. This minimum threshold decreases with VOX
activity to provide some hysteresis. The negative input is also held high via IC2, preventing the comparator switching until the synthesiser lock detect line (IN/LOCK) is
low. The positive input has a zener diode to prevent VOX activating when both inputs
are in saturation.
The switching circuitry after the comparator output has a slow decay provided by R69
and C31. IC5 will only allow a VOX PTT request if the AUX line has been taken high.
Two NAND gates in IC5 allow a handsfree PTT request (VOX or MOX) to proceed
unless the PTT-IN line has been taken low. A valid handsfree PTT request will mute the
ordinary microphone and switch IC2, whereas a PTT-IN signal will be mirrored on the
PTT line, without switching in the handsfree audio or muting the ordinary microphone.
The CALL line is used by trunking software to mute the handsfree audio when the
audio path has been invalidly switched in (i.e. on a control channel). Similarly, the BUSY
line is used to mute the audio if TX inhibit on busy is used.









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instead of BUSY. LINK4 is removed to disable the BUSY inhibit and the RX-AUDIO
inhibit is enabled by changing LINK5A to LINK5B.
Receiver gated audio is buffered by IC7 pins 12, 13 & 14 and split off to feed into the
VOX noise path (IC3 pins 5, 6 & 7) and also to a precision rectifier formed around IC7,
pins 1, 2 & 3. The rectified audio signal is compared by IC7 pins 5, 6 & 7, and operates
the inhibit circuit, Q14.











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The T2000-60 dual port UART Interface Module (UIM) allows computer control of a
T2020 or T2040 Series II radio. With full remote control, either semi or fully automatic
communication systems can be developed.



The UIM requires radio software Version 2.XX, and to program the UIM parameters, the programming software must be PGM2000 Release 7, or later.
The T2020 and T2040 use Taits proprietary radio software protocol. For detailed
information regarding this protocol, refer to the UART Applications Manual, or
contact your local Tait dealer.

The following topics are covered in this Section:


Section

Title

Page

8.12.1

Components Required

8.12.2

8.12.2

Fitting

8.12.3

8.12.3

T2000-60 Link Options

8.12.4

8.12.4

T2000-60 Set-Up

8.12.5

8.12.5

Signal Specifications

8.12.7

8.12.6

PCB Information

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T2000-60 UART PCB assembly

15-way high density D-range plug

shroud (alternative shroud - not required for T2000 Series II radios)

M3x8 pan Pozi Taptite screws

4-40x pan Pozi Taptite screws (black)


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CE Computer Equipment
AE Auxiliary Equipment
Refer to the Applications Manual for details on the interaction of CE to AE with the
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Refer to Figure 8.12.1.


Remove the top cover of the radio by unscrewing the four cover screws, remove
the D-range blanking plate in the rear of the T2000 radio, unscrew the logic PCB
and fold-out.
Position the UIM PCB as shown, and connect the Micromatch connectors P13, P14,
P16, P17 and P18 to S13, S14, S16, S17 and S18 on the T2000 logic PCB.

 

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Set up the UIM, as described in Section 8.12.4.

Carefully fold the logic and UIM PCBs back in position, guiding the D-range connector through the hole provided in the T2000 chassis.
Secure using the three logic PCB retaining screws and the three M3x8 screws provided and refit the top cover.
Plug the D-range assembly provided in the kit into the D-range connector (S21).



Holes are provided in the T2000 chassis for the D-range plug locking screws.
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Provision has been made on the T2000-60 PCB for different application requirements.
The PCB links are either solder shorted or fitted with 0 SMD resistors.
The following table sets out the linking options on the T2000-60 UART PCB.



This table refers only to T2000-60 issue 01 (i.e. PCB IPN 220-01251-01), or later.
For a description of how to identify PCBs, refer to PCB Identification, on page
7.2
Option

Link

CE controlling radio with AE fitted*

CE controlling radio with no AE fitted

LINK1
LINK3A

non-processed audio
(DET-AF-OUT connected to RX-AUDIO)

LINK3B

processed audio (de-emphasised)


(RX-GTD-AF connected to RX-AUDIO2)

LINK4A

processed audio (pre-emphasised)


(TX-AUDIO connected to TX-LINE-IN)

LINK4B

non-processed audio
(TX-AUDIO connected to TX-SIG-IN)

LINK5A

T2020
(SQULCH/HUSH to RX-GATE)

LINK5B

T2040
(SQULCH/HUSHconnected to HUSH)

LINK6

no handshaking required

LINK7

no handshaking required

LINK8

normal operation
(removal of this link disables the audio mute)

LINK9

normal operation
(this link provides a line termination resistor)

LINK10

normal operation
(removal of this link disables the audio mute)

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AF signal generator
modulation analyser
high impedance voltmeter (e.g. VTVM)
IBM or compatible personal computer
lead to connect radio to CE and AE, if required (refer to Figure 8.12.2 & Figure 8.12.3)
oscilloscope
power supply (+13.8V)
RF signal generator
40dB RF attenuator
The following diagram shows a typical test set-up.

 
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Set up the test equipment as shown.

Ensure that pin 5 of S21 is loaded with the impedance normally presented by the
AE (typically 600).

Apply an RF signal at a level of -50dBm on an appropriate channel. Internal modulation at 1kHz should be enabled, with the deviation set to 1.5kHz for a narrow
band radio and 3kHz for a wide band radio.


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If CTCSS or Selcall is enabled, ensure that the signalling mutes are overridden
(for T2040 radios, refer to Section 5.8.5, Test Facilities Available).
Connect the scope probe to pin 5 of S21, and adjust RV1 to the level required by
the AE.

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Set up the test equipment as shown.

Connect a 600 impedance AF signal generator to pin 15 of S21. If the internal


impedance of the AE is not 600, either load the AF signal generator to get an
internal impedance equivalent to the AE or alternatively, use the AE to provide
the test signal (this is possible with most packet radio modems).

Apply an audio test signal to TX-AUDIO and set the radio to transmit (for T2040
radios, refer to Section 5.8.5, Test Facilities Available).

Connect the scope probe to pin 15 of S21 and adjust the AF signal generator to a
frequency of 1kHz at a level of 700mVp-p.
While the radio is transmitting, adjust RV2 to produce a deviation on the modulation analyser as stipulated by the AE.
If you are using the test signal from the AE instead of the AF signal generator,
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The following table describes the electrical specification of all CCI interface signals.
These signals are available at the 15 way high density D-type connector (S21) mounted
on the heatsink at the rear of the radio.
All signals necessary to provide CE and modem connection may be routed via these
pins. Some signals may be selected by links on the UART interface module for different
characteristics (refer to the circuit diagram and Section 8.12.4).
S21
Pin No.

Signal

Description

CTSB

Clear to send in B
Handshaking input for port B. This signal complies with the
electrical requirements of the RS-232 specification.

DGND

Digital ground
Ground reference for all digital signals.

TXDB

Transmit data out port B


Data output from serial port B. This signal complies with the
electrical requirements of the RS-232 specification.

+13.8V-SW

+13.8V supply out


Switched supply voltage. Can supply power to the AE when
the radio is switched on. Maximum current = 300mA.

RX-AUDIO

Receive audio out


This output is link selectable between one of the following signals:
1. DET-AF-OUT
(P13 pin 1)

Receiver detected audio: unprocessed


receiver audio.
Output impedance = 600.
Delivers 0 to 250mVrms (adjustable) into
600 at 1kHz (60% of full system deviation).

2. RX-GTD-AF
(P13 pin 7)

Receiver gated audio: de-emphasised


receiver audio, gated by mute element.
Delivers 0 to 250mVrms (adjustable) into
600 at 1kHz (60% of full system deviation).

RXDB

Receive data in port B


Data input to serial port B. This signal complies with the electrical requirements of the RS-232 specification.

RXDA

Receive data in port A


Data input to serial port A. This signal complies with the electrical requirements of the RS-232 specification.

TXDA

Transmit data out port A


Data output from serial port A. This signal complies with the
electrical requirements of the RS-232 specification.

DTRB

Data terminal ready out B


Handshaking output for port B. This signal complies with the
electrical requirements of the RS-232 specification.

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OPTIONS-GND

Options ground
Ground reference for all analogue signals.






 
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Description

11

CTSA

Clear to send in A
Handshaking input for port A. This signal complies with the
electrical requirements of the RS-232 specification.

12

SQULCH/HUSH

Auxiliary output: receiver audio valid


Signal indicates valid audio is being output from RX-AUDIO.
This output is link selectable between the following signals:
1. RX-GATE
(P14 pin 4)

Receiver Gate: received audio mute control


line.
Logic high = muted.
5V CMOS logic.

2. HUSH
(P14 pin 12)

External Device Mute: controls muting of


an external device during radio activity.
Logic high = muted.
5V CMOS logic output.

13

/PTT-FRM-OPT

Transmit request in
Press To Talk: active low transmit request input.
5V CMOS logic input.

14

DTRA

Data terminal ready out A


Handshaking output for port A. This signal complies with the
electrical requirements of the RS-232 specification.

15

TX-AUDIO

Transmit audio in
Audio input to the radio. This input is link selectible between
one of the following signals:
1. TX-SIG-IN
(P13 pin 8)

Transmit signal: transmit audio input, post


processing.
Input impedance = 600 or high impedance. Requires 250mVrms at 1kHz to produce 0 to 80% of full system deviation
(adjustable).

2. TX-LINE-IN
(P13 pin 6)

Transmit audio: transmit audio input,


before pre-emphasis.
Input impedance = 600 or high impedance. Requires 110mVrms at 1kHz to produce 0 to 80% of full system deviation
(adjustable).

The following diagram shows the pin designations of S21, viewed from the rear of the
radio.
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The T2000-A66 single port UART kit allows computer control of a T2030, T2035 or T2040
Series II radio. With full remote control, either semi or fully automatic communication
systems can be developed.
The following topics are covered in this Section:
Section

Title

Page

8.13.1

Components Required

8.13.2

8.13.2

Fitting

8.13.2

8.13.3

Signal Specifications

8.13.3

8.13.4

PCB Information

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The T2000-A66 kit contains the following components:
Quantity

Description

T2000-A66 UART PCB assembly

Data Interface Decoupling PCB assembly (refer to Section 7.17)

M2.5x10mm pan Pozi Taptite screws

M2.5 shakeproof washers

M2.5 nuts

locking screw kit (in plastic bag)

4-40x pan Pozi Taptite screws (black)

20mm

foam tape

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Refer to Figure 8.13.1.
1

Remove the top cover of the radio by unscrewing the four cover screws, unclip the
D-range blanking plate in the rear of the T2000 radio, unscrew the logic PCB and
fold out.

T2000-A66 Mounting
Position the T2000-A66 PCB on the top side of the logic PCB, as shown, matching
P1 on the bottom side of the T2000-A66 PCB to the pads labelled P1 on the logic
PCB.
Use the two M2.5x10mm screws, nuts and shakeproof washers to secure in place.



The screws are fitted from the bottom of the logic PCB, and secured with the
nuts and washers on the top side of the UART PCB.
Torque the screws to 2.5in.lb. This ensures that the pressure connector, P1, makes
contact with the corresponding pads on the logic PCB.



Over-tightening the screws will cause the T2000-A66 PCB to bend, resulting in possible track damage.

T2000 Data Interface Decoupling PCB Mounting


Fit the decoupling PCB to the T2000 chassis, guiding the PCB through the hole
provided.
Holes are provided in the T2000 chassis for the D-range locking screws. Use the
two black 4-40 Taptite screws provided in the kit to form threads.
Open the locking screw kit, discard the nuts, then secure the D-range using the
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Fold the T2000-A66 loom as shown, then plug into SKT2 on the decoupling PCB.

Fold the logic PCB back in position, and secure using the three logic PCB retaining
screws and refit the top cover.

 
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The following table describes the signals used on the decoupling PCB 9 way D-range
connector (SKT1). The unused pins may be used for other signals, if required.
SKT1
Pin No.

Signal

Description

TXD

Transmit data: Serial data output from UART PCB. This signal complies
with the electrical requirement s of the RS-232 specification.

RXD

Receive data: Serial data input to UART PCB. This signal complies with
the electrical requirements of the RS-232 specification.

DGND

Digital ground: Ground reference for all digital signals.

The following diagram shows the pin designations of SKT1, viewed from the rear of the
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The T2000-80 line interface kit enables connection of the T2000 receiver and transmitter
audio circuitry to a two wire transmission line. The line interface PCB is mounted in the
options position inside the T2000 Series II radio, and is application configurable using
PCB links.
The following topics are covered in this Section:
Section

Title

Page

8.14.1

Components Required

8.14.2

8.14.2

Fitting

8.14.2

8.14.3

Line Interface Options

8.14.4

8.14.4

T2000-80 Set-Up

8.14.7

8.14.5

Signal Specifications

8.14.9

8.14.6

Applications

8.14.10

8.14.7

Specifications

8.14.16

8.14.8

Circuit Description

8.14.18

8.14.9

PCB Information

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The T2000-80 kit contains the following components:
Quantity

Description

T2000-80 Line Interface PCB assembly

15-way high density D-range plug

shroud (alternative shroud - not required for T2000 Series II radios)

28

0chip resistors

1 capacitor (*C64)

47 capacitor (*C60)

M3x8 pan Pozi Taptite screws

4-40x pan Pozi Taptite screws (black)

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Refer to Figure 8.14.1.


Remove the top cover of the radio by unscrewing the four cover screws, unclip the
D-range blanking plate in the rear of the T2000 radio, unscrew the logic PCB and
fold-out.
Position the T2000-80 PCB as shown, and connect the Micromatch connectors P13
and P14 to S13 and S14 on the T2000 logic PCB.

T2000-80 PCB
BCD1
BCD0

S21

P13

P14

S13

S14

S24
CGND

S15

S2

P2

T2010 & T2015


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Tx/Rx Out Function


Connect a wire from S24 on the T2000-80 PCB to S609 on the logic PCB, as shown
in Figure 8.14.1.

External Channel Control (T2010 Only)


Connect the 2 BCD lines a shown in Figure 8.14.1.

Refer to Section 8.14.3, Line Interface Options, Section 8.14.6, Applications


and the circuit diagram before selecting the T2000-80 PCB linking options.
Set up the T2000-80, as described in Section 8.14.4, T2000-80 Set-Up.

Carefully fold the logic and T2000-80 PCBs back in position, guiding the D-range
connector through the hole provided in the T2000 chassis.
Secure using the three logic PCB retaining screws and the three M3x8 screws provided, and refit the top cover.
Plug the D-range assembly provided in the kit into the D-range connector (S21).



Holes are provided in the T2000 chassis for the D-range plug locking screws.
Use the two black 4-40 Taptite screws provided in the kit to form the threads.











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Provision has been made on the T2000-80 PCB for many different application conditions. Refer to the circuit diagram, PCB layout, the T2000 options connections table
below, and the T2000-80 Signal Specifications table for details of options and links.
The PCB links are either solder shorted or fitted with 0 SMD resistors.



To prevent the possibility of damage, check the Signal Specifications table


before attempting to change the configuration.

The following table sets out the standard T2000-80 linking options for T2010 and T2020
models.
Link

Option

LINK1A

Rx de-emphasis

LINK2B
LINK27B
LINK28B

6 pole line output filter

LINK3A
LINK4A

600 ohm output

LINK5

0dB line output attenuation

LINK9

Line input and output linked

LINK12B
LINK13

Tx pre-emphasis

LINK16A

Mic. mute on line input PTT

LINK17A

Rx gate standard radio (T2010/T2020)

LINK18A

Opto control standard

LINK19A

Auxiliary control

LINK20A

PTT in

LINK21A

Key (0V)

LINK22B

Busy (0V)

LINK24A

Output (Tx5V/Rx0V)

LINK26B

Synth in Lock (0V)

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*C64 (1): This is provided to give a slight time delay to the release of transmit, if
required.
*C120 (4n7): Provision has been made on the PCB to fit an extra potted mylar capacitor
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The following table describes the T2000-80 pad connections found on the bottom side of
the T2000-80 PCB.
Pad

Signal

Description

S22

BCD1

S23

BCD0

Connect to S15 pins 9 (BCD0) and 10 (BCD1) on T2010 logic PCB for
channel remote switching. Enabled in software.

S24

TX-REG

S25

Spare

Uncommitted line to S21

S35

CGND

True ground used for RF decoupling capacitors. Must be connected


to radio chassis if logic and T2000-80 PCBs are folded out during
set-up and test.




Output indicating whether the radio is transmitting or receiving.


Used for modem control applications.
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The following table described the signals used for line interface on P13 and P14.
Pin
No.

Signal

Description

P13-1

DET-AF-OUT

Output, buffered and low pass filtered, for flat response (60% deviation, 0.25Vp-p, 1kHz).

P13-3

RX-LINE-OUT

De-emphasised and high pass filtered output (60% deviation,


0.4Vp-p, 1kHz). High pass filter circuit depends on presence of
sub-audible tone signalling. Used for de-emphasised response.

P13-6

TX-LINE-IN

Input to pre-emphasis stage, bypasses compressor. Used for the


pre-emphasised response (60% deviation, 0.3Vp-p, 1kHz). Line
input will override microphone signal if both are present.

P13-8

TX-SIG-IN

Low gain input to T2000 limiter stage. Bypasses pre-emphasis and


high pass filtering, used for the flat response (60% deviation,
2.2Vp-p, 1kHz).

P13-11

OPT-GND

Earth from the regulator section of the T2000 main PCB. Used to
avoid earth loop noise.

P13-12

+13.8V-UNSW

P14-1

+13.8V

Switched +13.8V supply from T2000. Powers line interface PCB +8V
regulator.

P14-2

+5.0V

+5V from T2000 main PCB regulator. Powers hex invertor ICs and
trunking switches.

P14-3

BUSY

Output BUSY = 0V is used to inhibit line input derived key and line
input mutes. On trunked versions is used for inhibit logic.

P14-4

RX-GATE

Output port used to open the mute element in the T2000. Used to
control line output mute.
Note: Unmute = +5V for T2010 and T2020;
Unmute = 0V for T2030 and T2040.
This also drives the line key and opto driver indirectly.

P14-5

PTT-TO-OPT

Output mirrors PTT from microphone or signalling. PTT = 0V. On


trunked versions is used for inhibit logic.

P14-6

Unswitched +13.8V supply from the T2000. Powers audio PA and


external opto key circuits.

PTT-FROM-OPT Input port to key transmitter. Used for line input derived key and
microphone derived key.

P14-7

IN-LOCK

Synthesiser phase lock detector output. Used for modem control


applications. Lock = 0V.

P14-8

MIC-MUTE

Input port used to disable local microphone signal on line input


derived PTT (not on microphone PTT). Mute = +5V.

P14-13

AUX

Auxiliary control output configurable in software. Used to enable/


disable crossband linking, 2 wire linking etc. (see trunked versions).
Aux on = +5V.
Trunking Models: Additional Functions

P14-5

PTT-TP-OPT

For inhibiting modem output on PTT from microphone.

P14-10

EMERG

Performs a new function. External call request = 0V input. Used


for modem calls on a trunked system.

P14-11

CALL-SW

Performs a new function. Traffic channel allocated = +5V output.


Used for modem calls on trunked system.

P14-13 FCN/BELL/AUX Performs a new function. Not clear to send = +5V output. Used for
modem calls on trunked system.









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AF signal generator
distortion analyser
frequency counter
Modulation analyser
High impedance voltmeter (e.g. VTVM)
Oscilloscope
Power meter
Power supply (+13.8V)
RF signal generator
40dB RF attenuator
600 step attenuator
The following diagram shows the test set-up.
RF Signal
Generator

RF

RF

RF Modulation
Analyser

AF

Audio
Voltmeter

Oscilloscope

Ext. AF
40dB
Pad
Power
Meter

AF
Signal
Generator

Frequency
Counter

Distortion
Meter

+13.8V
Power
Supply
600
Step Attenuator

4
Speaker
Line In/Out

Audio
Voltmeter

RF

AF
Signal
Generator

600
Frequency
Counter

Pwr/Spkr
OPT
T2000
Main
Board

Opto Key
S21-4 +13.8V Out

Option Board
Opto In

S21-3 +8V Out

Control Board

S21-1 Opto In
Mic. Socket

S21-2 Opto Out


DC Control

Test Signal

Dummy
Mic. &
PTT

S20-10 Gnd

S20-11 PTT In
Test Signal
(Speech)

1K
Test
Mic. &
PTT

S21-12
Busy/Rx Gate Out

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The adjustment section assumes that the T2000 radio has been correctly aligned
for normal operation. Refer to Section 8.14.3, Line Interface Options and the circuit diagram for linking and application details.

If the logic and T2000-80 PCBs are unscrewed and folded out for adjustment, a
wire should be temporarily fitted from the radio chassis to the options chassis
ground pad (S35), as shown in Figure 8.14.1.

Signals for balanced transmissions are generally less than 0dBm, and are typically
between -10dBm and -20dBm.

Ensure that the  LED



is on (
 LED

Fn

on trunking radios).

Deviation settings are given first for wide band radios, followed by settings for
narrow band radios in brackets [ ].

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Ensure that the  LED

is on (
 LED

Monitor the line output (S21 pin 5).

Fn

on trunked radios).

Apply an on channel signal from the RF signal generator at an output level of


-70dBm, modulated to 3kHz [1.5kHz] deviation, at 1kHz AF.
Adjust the RV1 (line output control) for the required output level.



If the line output level is to be less than -15dBm, short LINK6 (600 output) and
remove LINK5, to select 15dB of attenuation.

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Monitor the line input (S21 pin 15).


Ensure the  indicator is off, and key the transmitter via the opto input (+8V).

Adjust RV2 (line input sensitivity control) until 3kHz [1.5kHz] deviation at
1kHz is achieved.



For input signals of greater than -15dBm, set the line input attenuation for 15dB
(LINK11 open).


7!


This circuit delays audio gate turn on after PTT, to prevent squelch noise bursts in
repeater applications.
1

Enable the time delay circuit by solder shorting LINK23.

Set the required time delay using RV3 (time delay control).











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The following table describes the electrical specification of T2000-80 interface signals
available at the 15 way high density D-type connector (S21), mounted on the heatsink at
the rear of the radio.
S21
Pin No.

Signal

Description

OPTO-IN

Input for external opto coupled line current detector.


+8V logic.

OPTO-OUT

Output to drive external opto coupled line current switch.


1k ohm series resistor for LED.

+8V-OUT

+8V output to supply external opto coupled line current detector.

+13.8V-OUT

Unswitched +13.8V output to provide an unisolated keying supply.

LINE-OUT

Output audio path to transmission line or transformer.

KEYING

Bi-directional key line for use with simple two wire linking
(optionally linked to OPTO-IN internally). +8V logic.

BCD0-OUT

BCD1-OUT

Inputs used for 4 channel remote switching


with the T2010. +5V logic.

Spare

Decoupled uncommitted line.

10

GND

Options ground. This is earth derived from the regulator section


of the T2000 main PCB. Used to avoid earth loop noise.

11

PTT-IN

Keys transmitter and operates line control logic. Trunking PTT


selectable. +5V logic, sense selectable by links.

12

BUSY/GATE

Busy or Rx gate output. Trunking busy link selectable. +5V logic,


sense selectable by links.

13

IN-LOCK-OUT

Synthesiser lock detector output. +5V logic, sense selectable by


links.

14

TX/RX-OUT

Tx regulator control output. Indicates whether the radio is in Tx


or Rx. +5V logic, sense selectable by links.

15

LINE-IN

Input audio path to transmitter audio stages. Normally linked to


LINE-OUT for a bi-directional line but is able to be separated for
other applications using two transmission lines.

CGND

Provided via S21 D-range and cable screen if required for RF susceptibility.

The following diagram shows the pin designations of S21, viewed from the rear of the
radio.
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The frequency response of the line output low pass filter is selectable by LINK2, LINK27
and LINK28.
2 pole: -12dB/octave stopband attenuation, f > 4kHz.
6 pole: -36dB/octave stopband attenuation, f > 4kHz.
The 2 pole LPF is for applications requiring minimal group delay and stopband attenuation, e.g. standard configuration, crossband 2 wire + earth, modem connection.
The 6 pole LPF is for applications requiring external network connection where stopband attenuation is mandatory above 4kHz, e.g. crossband via external network (balanced line + opto key), remote controlled audio via external network (balanced line +
opto key).









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This is the control of 2 radios operated together, crossband or repeater linked.
1

Check that LINE-OUT is linked to


LINE-IN internally (LINK9 fitted).
Fit LINK15 to link KEYING to
OPTO-IN. This provides control in
both directions. The unit generating the keying signal is already Tx
inhibited.

Wire LINE-OUT (S21-5) on one


T2000 to LINE-OUT (S21-5) on the
other T2000. Wire KEYING (S21-6)
on one T2000 to KEYING (S21-6)
on the other T2000.

Line Out to Line Out


Keying I/O to Keying I/O

-+

Power Suppply
13.8V

-+

Power
Suppply
13.8V

4
Speaker
HD
D-Range

4
Speaker
HD
D-Range

Pwr/Spr

T2000
No. 1

Pwr/Spr

T2000
No. 2

The time delay circuit may be required to eliminate squelch noise bursts for crossband operation with repeaters. LINK23 enables this circuit, which is adjustable
using RV3 (refer to Section 8.14.4, T2000-80 Set-Up).



The 2 wire circuit assumes that the 2 radios are effectively earthed together at
either the power supply or the power connector.



A high line level is desirable to avoid earth noise i.e. 0dBm (0.775Vrms).

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Crossbanded radios i.e. UHF/VHF, can be achieved by using space isolated antennas to
avoid de-sensing, as shown below.
VHF Antenna

Common Antenna

UHF Antenna

Duplexor

-+

Power Suppply
13.8V

-+

4
Speaker
Pwr/Spr

RF

T2000
No. 1

Power Suppply
13.8V
4
Speaker
Pwr/Spr

RF

T2000
No. 2

Alternatively, in-band linked radios will require a duplexor to feed a common aerial.











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The T4030, 4N38A and 4N25A are not intended for mains rated isolation.

Mains rated transformer: Arlec 45035 (suitable for PSTN lines) 600/600 only, 4kVrms
rated.
HV rated transformer: Arlec 45065 (suitable for private lines) 600/600 or 600/150,
3.5kV rated.
Transformer T4084: 2kVrms.
Transformer T4030: no HV specification.
Mains rated opto-isolators: CNY17G
CNW85
Refer to the M008-50 Service Manual for line keying connection diagrams.









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Refer to Austel Technical Standard TS 001:1991 Safety Requirements For Customer


Equipment for other configurations.



These circuits will require approval to the appropriate standards before use.

Mains isolation: 4kVrms/8mm CrCl required + 2.5mm CrCl from protective earth on
surge arresters.
Private lines: 3.5kV.
Arlec 45035: PSTN/mains rated.
Arlec 45065: private line rated.











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"
Spring
Can
Core
Former
(Wound)

Mylar
Insulator

Tag plate

Section A-A

Leads to
be sleeved

Secondary
Tin ends
of leads

Primary
6

Secondary

Tape outside
of turns

A
1

4
3

Former and Windings


Sleeving
Colours
Brown
1

Primary

Start

Pri
Bifilar

Underside View
Sleeving Colours:
Pin 1,3 Brown 2,4 Red
6,8 Grey
5,7 Blue

Finish
Red

Sleeving
Colours
8 Grey
Red
250T

Green
250T

Green
250T

Red
250T

Start

Sec
Bifilar

Finish

5 Blue

Pri 250T - 15 Red & Green


Sec 250T - 15Red & Green

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Cores must be properly aligned when assembled.


Core faces must be clean and free from grease and dirt.
Ensure tag plate is firmly pressed against can before folding tabs.

Core

.. P26/16 - 1910

Former

.. single

Number of Turns:
Primary
Secondary

.. 250 bifilar
.. 250 bifilar

Material

.. 15mm self flux

Tape

.. thermosetting electrical grade

Sleeving

.. inside diameter all colours, 0.5mm

Inductance 1
.. 61.5H
(total series inductance, pin 1 to 5 - connect pins 2 & 3, 4 & 8 and 7 & 6)
Inductance 2
(any winding, with all others open circuit)



.. 1.50.4H







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600 Secondary
10 to 6, 9 & 7
connected together

15

600 Primary
1 to 5, 2 & 4
connected together

16.5

Pin

14.2

4
3
2

7
8
9

10

All Dimensions in mm.


Scale: 2:1 (Approx.)
Material: See Notes
General limits: 0.2
10

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")

Impedance

.. 600 /600 centre tapped, separated

Output Level

.. 0dBm at 1kHz

Frequency Response

.. +0.2dB, -0.5dB 300Hz to 3400Hz


relative to 1kHz at 0dBm output

Insertion Loss

.. <0.75dB, 0dBm output at 1kHz

Return Loss (relative to 600):


At 1kHz
At 300Hz

.. >15dB
.. >10dB

Distortion (unbalanced currrent):


1kHz 0dBm out 0mA DC
1kHz 0dBm out 5mA DC
300Hz 0dBm out 0mA DC
300Hz 0dBm out 5mA DC
Level reduction due to 5mA DC at 300Hz

..
..
..
..
..

Impedance Balance About Earth

.. >46dB over 50Hz to 3400Hz

Insulation:
DC Primary to Secondary
Primary & Secondary to core
A.C.Primary to Secondary
Primary & Secondary to core

..
..
..
..

<0.2%
<0.7%
<1.0%
<6.0%
<2dB

500V R>10M
500V R>I0M
2kVrms 60sec.
2kVrms 60sec.

Ferrite Core

.. see 16 x 7 10 Pin Bobbin Harvard Inds.


Ref. Cerf. 2611

Primary Inductance
(1kHz 1 to 5, 2 & 4 connected together)

.. 500mH 50mH typical

Leakage Inductance
.. 700H 100H typical
(10kHz; 1 to 5, 2 & 4 connected together, 6, 7, 9, & 10 connected together)
Primary DC Resistance:
1-2
4-5

.. 8.3 typical
.. 8.3 typical

Secondary DC Resistance:
10-9
7-6

.. 14.6 typical
.. 14.6 typical






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Input Voltage
(from S13 & S14 on the T2000 logic PCB)

.. 10.8V to 16V DC

Operating Temperature Range

.. -10C to +60C ambient

DC Input Current

.. < 40mA total (+13.8V supply)

Line Input Sensitivity (60% deviation)

.. -20dBm to +6dBm (600)

Line Output Level (60% deviation)

.. -20dBm to +6dBm (600)

Line Impedance

.. 600 or 150

Return Loss (300Hz to 3kHz).

..

Line Output Filter Response (stopband):


2 pole
6 pole

.. -12dB/octave, f > 4kHz


.. -36dB/octave, f > 4kHz

> 20dB relative to 600 or 150

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Receiver + Line Output

Receiver Frequency Response (relative to 1kHz, 60% deviation):


Receiver Processed:
Bandwidth
.. 300Hz to 3kHz (standard)
400Hz to 3kHz (CTCSS)
Response
.. +1, -3dB relative to -6dB/octave
Receiver Unprocessed
.. +1, -3dB (300Hz to 3kHz)
Test signal

.. -70dBm RF, 60% deviation at 1kHz,


0dBm line output.

Signal-to-Noise Ratio:
Narrow Band
Wide Band

.. > 39dB
.. > 45dB

Mute Ratio

.. > 65dB

Distortion (30kHz band width distortion meter):


Wide Band De-emphasised
..
Narrow Band De-emphasised
..
Wide Band Flat
..
Narrow Band Flat
..



< 2%
< 3%
< 4%
< 6%





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Transmitter + Line Input

Transmitter Frequency response:


Transmitter Processed:
(relative to 1kHz, 20% deviation, below limiting)
Bandwidth
.. 300Hz to 2.55kHz (narrow band)
300Hz to 3kHz (wide band)
Response
.. +1, -3dB relative to +6dB/octave
Transmitter Unprocessed (relative to 1kHz, 60% deviation):
Bandwidth
.. 300Hz to 2.55kHz (narrow band)
300Hz to 3kHz (wide band)
Response
.. +1, -3dB
Test signal

.. 0dBm line input, 1kHz, 60% deviation

Signal-to-Noise Ratio:
(demodulated, filtered 300Hz to 3kHz + de-emphasised 750srms)
Narrow Band
.. > 39dB
Wide Band
.. > 45dB
Distortion
(demodulated, filtered 15kHz low pass)




.. < 2%








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Refer to Figure 8.14.4, Figure 8.14.4 and the circuit diagram.

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Flat or de-emphasised audio from the receiver is selected by links to DET-AF-OUT or
RX- LINE-OUT. Receiver audio passes through a mute element to a buffer amplifier, and
then to three stages of low pass filtering. Two responses are selectable by links: 2 pole or
6 pole roll-off beyond 4kHz.
The filtered signal passes to a second mute element and level control before passing to
the line output drive amplifier. Line output impedance and attenuation are selectable by
links. Line output can be linked to line input for a shared line in, line out.
Mute
Element

N=2

RxAF
De-Emph.
T2000
Control PCB
Via Option
Connectors

RxAF
Flat

N=4 Link2
B A

Buffer
Amp

Mute
Element

Line Out
Level

Mute
Line
Element Driver Attenuator
Line Out

Line
Sensitivity

External Circuits
Via HD D-Range
Connector
Attenuator

TxAF
Pre-Emph.

Line In
Mute
Element

Gain
Stage

TxAF
Flat

T2000
Logic

External
Logic
Control Logic

Power
Suppliers

 
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The line input has terminations for two line impedances which are link selectable. The
line input level can be attenuated, if required, before passing to the line sensitivity control. Protection diodes are fitted to prevent the following amplifier stage from being
overdriven.
The amplifier provides gain and buffers the signal, which is split into two paths for
either pre-emphasis or flat response. The pre-emphasis path is via a mute element and
options linking. This signal drives TX-LINE-IN, which will override the microphone
signal. Normally, the microphone is muted on line derived PTT.
The flat response path is amplified and then passes to a mute element which drives
TX-SIG-IN. This input requires a high signal level, due to the high input impedance.
The amplifier is disabled by links, when not used, to prevent the possibility of crosstalk
and leakage to other circuitry.









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For standard mobiles in normal operation, the audio mute elements, transmit inhibit
and opto driver are all inhibited by the auxiliary control. The radio can be used normally with auxiliary off, and line controlled with auxiliary on.
With auxiliary on, the line output mute elements and opto driver are controlled from
the RX-GATE. A signal on the BUSY line inhibits the transmitter line key circuitry. Line
derived key signals, such as OPTO-IN, KEYING and PTT-IN, can be used to key the
radio, provided the auxiliary control is on and the radio is not busy.
The KEYING line is used for back-to-back control of two radios, each with a line interface PCB. This enables crossband linking to be achieved with a minimum of external circuitry. In this case, the KEYING line can be linked to the OPTO-IN line on each unit,
with a wire between the two OPTO-IN lines providing bi-directional control. KEYING is
controlled by the receive gate and is used to drive the opto input of another line interface PCB.
The opto input is intended to be connected to the output of an optocoupler circuit (BJT)
used for loop and tail keying via transmission lines (refer to Section 8.14.6, Applications).
The opto output is intended to be connected to the input of an optocoupler circuit (LED)
used for loop and tail keying via transmission lines (refer to Section 8.14.6, Applications). The sense of this circuit can be changed by a link.
An adjustable time delay circuit is available to prevent transmitter cycling when crossband connected radios are both operating on repeater channels. The circuit is adjustable
to approximately 1.5 seconds, with the time delay control fully clockwise, and can be
disabled completely by removing a link.
PTT-IN can be used to key the transmitter. Links are available to enable either logic
sense. For trunked versions using modems, a circuit is provided to set up a call automatically.
Control logic for telemetry and modems is provided so that the radio can be operated
automatically. IN-LOCK-OUT, BUSY/GATE and TX/RX-OUT outputs can be set by
links for either logic sense.
Trunked modems operate in a different manner, and first have to set up a call to obtain a
traffic channel allocation.
Logic is available which requires several link changes, as some of the radio options connections perform different functions:
Standard

Trunked

AUX on/off

not clear to send

emergency

external call request

call




traffic channel allocated






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+5V is provided from the main regulator via the options connector. +8V is provided by a
TO-92 3 terminal regulator. This is also available on the T2000-80 PCB D-range connector, for powering an optocoupler transistor used for line key current detection. The
+13.8V input of the regulator is derived from the options connector. The +3.2V rail provides bias to the audio stages and is derived from the +8V regulator. The unswitched
+13.8V from the options connector powers the line drive amplifier, and is available on
the T2000-80 D-range for use as an unisolated line key supply option.









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2/ R90, R91 should be removed for two-wire


crossband when moulded cord sets are used. (HD15M-HD15M)
This is to avoid PSU conflicts between radios.
(+8V out, +13V out.)

Notes: 1/ Remove R77 for trunked modem operation


or, in non-trunked radios, to remove external
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The T2000-A70 conventional data modem allows a T2010 or T2015 radio to be used in
data applications, and also provides remote channel control via six BCD lines.
The command protocol and some test procedures are provided for those wanting to
write their own software. The protocol definition is based on the T2000 CCI protocol,
with specific extensions to support binary transmission and reception.



This interface is only compatible with radio firmware version 2.22, or later. If
you have a Series II HC05 logic PCB (PCB IPN 220-01377-0X), with v2.05 radio
firmware, contact your nearest authorised Tait dealer.
After upgrading from v2.05 radio software, it is necessary to change the link
resistors on the top side of the logic PCB. Remove link resistor #R714 and fit
#R714A.

The following topics are covered in this Section:


Section

Title

Page

8.15.1

Components Required

8.15.2

8.15.2

Fitting

8.15.2

8.15.3

T2000-A70 Link Options

8.15.4

8.15.4

Signal Specifications

8.15.5

8.15.5

Programming

8.15.6

8.15.6

Circuit Description

8.15.12

8.15.7

PCB Information

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The T2000-A70 kit contains the following components:
Quantity

Description

T2000-A70 data modem PCB assembly

Data interface decoupling PCB assembly (refer to Section 7.17)

connecting loom

M2.5x10mm pan Pozi Taptite screws

M2.5 shakeproof washer

M2.5 nut

female screw lock kit (in plastic bag)*

4-40x5/16 pan Pozi Taptite screws (black)

* Discard unused parts from the female screw lock kit.

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Refer to Figure 8.15.2.
1

Remove the top cover of the radio by unscrewing the 4 bottom cover screws,
unscrew the logic PCB and fold out.

T2000-A70 Mounting
Position the data modem PCB on the top side of the logic PCB, as shown, matching P3 on the bottom side of the data modem PCB to connector S3 on the logic
PCB.
Use the 2 M2.5x10mm screws, nuts and shakeproof washers to secure in place, as
shown.

 

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The screws are fitted from the bottom of the logic PCB, and secured with the nuts
and washers on the top side of the data modem PCB.
Torque the screws to 2.5in.lb.





Over-tightening the screws will cause damage to the data modem PCB,
and compression of connector P3.






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T2000 Data Interface Decoupling PCB Mounting


Unclip the D-range blanking plate in the rear of the T2000 chassis.

T2000 Series I Chassis


Refer to Figure 8.15.3.

 
 5  8  5   & * ; $ 8  

Holes are provided in the T2000 chassis for the D-range screw locks. Use the 2
black 4-40 Taptite screws provided in the kit to form threads.
Fit the decoupling PCB to the T2000 chassis, guiding the PCB through the hole
provided, as shown.
Open the female screw lock kit, then secure the D-range using the 2 screw locks
and spring washers.






 
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T2000 Series II Chassis
Refer to Figure 8.15.4.

 
' 5  8  5   & * ; $ 88  

Fit the decoupling PCB to the T2000 chassis, from the inside rear of the radio, as
shown.
Secure the D-range in position using the screw locks, spring washers and nuts
provided in the female screw lock kit.
4

Fold the data modem loom as shown, then plug into SKT2 on the decoupling PCB.

Fold the logic PCB back in position, secure using the 3 logic PCB retaining screws,
and refit the top cover.



Check that the loom is not pinched by the cover or screws during reassembly.

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PCB links have been provided on the T2000-A70 data modem PCB for different operational requirements. To change settings, the PCB links are either solder shorted, or fitted
with 0 SMD resistors.
The following table sets out the link selection options on the T2000-A70 data modem PCB.
Option

#R19

#R2010

#R2015

Baud Rate:
1200
Fitted
2400
Not fitted
Radio Type:
T2010
Fitted
Not fitted
T2015
Not fitted
Fitted








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The following tables describe the signals on the decoupling PCB 9 way D-range connector (SKT1) and 4 way connector (SKT2). The diagram shows the pin designations of
SKT1, viewed from the rear of the radio.



Pins 1, 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9 on SKT1 are connected to I/O pads, so that additional signals can be interfaced to the radio through the external connector.

SKT1
Pin No.

Signal

SKT2
Pin No.

Signal

PAD1

Spare

DGND

2
3

TXD

Transmit data

RXD

Receive data

RXD

Receive data

TXD

Transmit data

PAD2

Spare

DGND

DGND

Ground reference for all


digital signals

PAD3

Spare

RTS

Spare

Description

CTS

Spare

PAD4

Spare

Description
Ground reference for all
digital signals

Ground reference for all


digital signals

 
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The following tables describe the signals on the data modem PCB connectors P3 and
PDL-1. For P3 signal descriptions, refer to Section 5.9, Options Interface Specifications.
P3 Pin No.

Signal

P3 Pin No.

Signal

1
2

BCD-0

11

/PTT-TO-OPT

BCD-1

12

/RX-GATE

BCD-2

13

/IN-LOCK

BCD-3

14

/PTT-FRM-OPT

BCD-4

15

/SIG-SQUELCH

BCD-5

16

MIC-MUTE

TX-SIG-IN

17

DGND

DET-AF-OUT

18

PWR-CTRL

/BUSY

19

GND

10

N/C

20

+5V

PDL-1 Pin No.

Signal

Description

DGND

Ground reference for all digital signals

TXD

Transmit data

RXD

Receive data

DGND




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For those wanting to write their own software, the command protocol and some test
procedures are provided in this Section. The protocol definition is based on the T2000
CCI protocol, with specific extensions to support binary transmission and reception.



For modem control of channel change, the BCD Channel Selection field in the
Edit - Options menu must be set to Enabled during radio programming.

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CCI
DTE
RU
RXD
TXD

Computer Controlled Interface


Data Terminal Equipment (e.g. Computer,  data head)
Radio Unit
Received Data
Transmitted Data

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The DTE is connected to the RU via a serial port on the data modem PCB. Commands
are generated by the DTE, and responses or unsolicited messages returned by the RU.
There is a prescribed format for all messages, which allows transmission errors to be
detected.
Control of the RU is accomplished by the DTE sending a command sequence (a
packet) and receiving a response (a transaction). Unsolicited messages may originate from the RU.
The RU will issue a prompt character to indicate to the DTE that it is ready to accept a
new command. After issuing a command, the DTE must wait for another prompt before
beginning the next transaction. The prompt character is (full stop, ASCII code =
$2E).
Messages directed to the RU will always be responded to, either explicitly by means of a
return message (Ready or Error), or implicitly, by just the prompt being issued.
The RU will not originate a message: messages returned by the RU are for information
purposes only, and no reply will be expected from the DTE.
This protocol definition is based on the T2000 CCI protocol, with specific extensions to
support binary data transmission and reception.








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[IDENT][SIZE][PARAMETERS][CHECKSUM]<CR>
The following table explains each component of the message packet.
Message Component

Description

[IDENT]

The message identifier. Identifiers are single ASCII characters (lower-case


alphabetical) which categorise the message type.

[SIZE]

The number of characters which make up the [PARAMETERS] field. [SIZE]


is an 8-bit number expressed in ASCII-hex notation (two characters).

[PARAMETERS]

An optional field, depending upon the command. Parameter values are


generally character strings, unless explicitly stated otherwise. Parameter
type is dependent upon the command - there is no explicit type definition.

[CHECKSUM]

An 8 bit checksum of fields [IDENT], [SIZE] and [PARAMETERS]. It is


expressed in ASCII-hex notation (two characters).
Calculating [CHECKSUM]:
[CHECKSUM] is calculated by applying the following algorithm:
1 Take the modulo-2 sum of all message bytes preceding [CHECKSUM].
2 Retain bits 0 to 7, discarding any higher order bits resulting from the
summation.
3 Form the twos complement of the remainder.
4 Convert the binary number into two ASCII-hex digits, MSD first.

<CR>

The packet terminator. It is the ASCII carriage return character ($0D).

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General message format characteristics:


All fields in a message are encoded in ASCII, except for the [PARAMETERS] field of
the transmit and receive commands, which is encoded in Binary.
Where numeric values are represented in ASCII-hex notation (two characters per
byte), digits A to F are upper case.
The minimum length of a command packet is 5 characters (i.e. this is when [SIZE] =
00).
The maximum length of the [PARAMETERS] field is 111 characters. The maximum
length of the command packet is therefore 116 characters ([SIZE] = 0x6F).






 



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If the RU receives a command without error, and all parameters are valid, then the command will be executed and an acknowledge will be returned to the DTE. If an error
arises, the DTE will be notified with an appropriate response.
The following Table describes the commands available to the DTE to control operation
of the RU.
Message
Command

Description

Comments
[IDENT]

[PARAMETERS]

Go To
Channel

This forces the RU to


change to another
(conventional) channel.

[CHANNEL NUMBER]
This is a string of characters
representing the new channel
number. The range of allowed
characters is 0 to 9 only, and
the maximum number of digits is 3. Valid channel numbers
are 1 to [NUM CHANNELS].

The value of [CHANNEL


NUMBER] must be valid
for the RU being controlled. The range of allowed
values depends upon the
RUs programming, type
and the link selections on
the data modem PCB (refer
to Section 8.15.3). The
maximum allowable
value is returned by the
Query command.

Query

This requests the RU to


respond with a block
of data identifying the
type of RU attached,
and the version of
modem firmware.

None

The Query data is returned


to the DTE as a Query
Response message (refer
to Messages from the
RU).

Transmit

This requests the RU to


broadcast a block of
data on the radio channel.

The data to broadcast is encoded


as binary data. Note that this
field may contain unprintable
ASCII characters (such as CR/
LF) and protocol command
characters (such as ).

The maximum length of


data that may be sent with
the Transmit command is
111 characters.

Null

This requests the RU to


return an acknowledgement to the DTE.
The DTE can use this
command to check that
an RU is connected.

None

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Messages may be sent to the DTE by the radio as part of a transaction (i.e. in response to
a command issued by the DTE) or unsolicited. In the case of solicited commands, the
prompt character will be issued after the RU response to terminate the transaction and
signify that another may begin.



In the case of solicited commands, the prompt character, , will be issued after the
RU response, to terminate the transaction and signify that another may begin.
Unsolicited commands from the RU will not cause the issuing of the prompt
character, as it is possible for an unsolicited command (e.g. Receive) to occur
during a solicited command (e.g. Transmit).

The following Table describes messages from the RU to the DTE.


Message
Command

Description

Comments
[IDENT]

[PARAMETERS]

Receive

Unsolicited.
This presents data
received by the RU
to the DTE. The data
received by the RU
has been broadcast
by another RU/DTE,
using the Transmit
command.

The data received is encoded as


binary data. Note that this field
may contain unprintable ASCII
characters (such as CR/LF) and
protocol command characters
(such as ).

Query
Response

Solicited
The RUs response to
a Query command.

[RU TYPE]

Ready

This response indicates that a transaction has been


completed, and the
RU is ready for the
next command.

None

A single character,
representing the
model of the RU.
0 = unknown
3 = T2010
4 = T2015

1 The value of [PVERSION] = 1.01 is reserved


for the first release of
firmware implementing
this command protocol.
Subsequent enhancements and major
[VERSION] Firmware version. A
upgrades will increcharacter string, in
ment this number
the format of X.XX,
accordingly.
identifying the
2 Additional fields may be
capabilities of the
added to this message in
RU/modem.
future releases to pro[PVERSION] Protocol Version. A
vide more information
character string, in
about the RU environthe format of X.XX,
ment. In particular, it
identifying the commay be necessary to
mand protocol verpass the DTE some
sion supported.
information on how the
[NUM
The number of
RU has been proCHANNELS] channels supported
grammed, or what
by the Go To Chanoptional hardware is fitnel command. A 3
ted.
digit ASCII number.
None

After issuing a command,


the DTE must wait for
another prompt before
beginning the next transaction.

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Command

Description

Comments
[IDENT]

Error

Solicited response to
a transaction error.
This advises the DTE
that the RU has
detected an error
condition and cannot
proceed with the
current transaction.
Unsolicited
response to a system
error.
In some cases, an
exception condition
in the RU may cause
an Error message to
be sent to the DTE
independently of
any control transactions. A prompt or
Ready will be
issued after an
Error occurs, to
indicate the RU's
availability to accept
further commands.

[PARAMETERS]
[ETYPE]

Error type. A single


character representing the error category.
0 = transaction error.
This indicates some
problem with communications. All
such errors result in
the transaction
being terminated,
without the current
command being
executed.

[ENUM]

Error number. A
character string representing a decimal
number in the
range of 00 to 99,
which can identify
the specific error
condition.
For [ETYPE] = 0,
01 = unsupported
command
02 = checksum error
03 = parameter error
10 = communication failure
20 = invalid channel
number

Transition error numbers


([ETYPE] = 0):
1 0x01 = unsupported
command error
This may arise when
the DTE expects a later
version of RU than is
attached, and attempts
to use a command
which is not recognised
by the RU.
2 0x02 = checksum error
indicates that the checksum calculated by the
RU did not match the
one received in the command packet.
3 0x03 = parameter error
This encompasses values out of range, or
missing fields.
4 0x10 = communication
failure
This encompasses all
low level mechanisms,
i.e. framing error, overrun error, parity error
etc.
5 0x20 = invalid channel
number
This may arise when
the DTE issues a Go To
Channel command
with a [CHANNEL
NUMBER] exceeding
the maximum allowable
number.

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The following Table explains the commands that may be sent to test the software.
Command
Go To Channel

Transmit

Test Procedure

Expected Result

1. Send command g01206

Radio changes channel to 2, then returns the


command prompt.

2. Send command g0203D4

Radio changes channel to 3, then returns the


command prompt.

3. Send command g03004A2

Radio changes channel to 4, then returns the


command prompt.

4. Send command g0225D0

Radio sends error message e03020A6


(invalid channel)

1. Send command b04this82

Radio transmits this data and i04this7B is


received by the other radio.

2. Send command b17This is a test


command.14

Radio transmits this data and i17This is a


test command.0D is received by the other
radio.

3. Send a b command while the


PTT is pressed.

Radio sends error message e03010A7


(communication error)

4. Send a command while the busy


led is lit

Radio sends error message e03010A7


(communication error)

Null

Send command n0032

Radio returns a prompt ().

Query

Send command q002F

T2010: a valid message could be


m0C31.011.01004D9 i.e.
[RU TYPE] = T2010,
[VERSION] = 1.01
[PVERSION] = 1.01
[NUM CHANNELS] = 04
T2015: a valid message could be
m0C41.011.01024D6
[RU TYPE] = T2015,
[VERSION] = 1.01
[PVERSION] = 1.01
[NUM CHANNELS] = 24

Command Line Errors 1. Send command b03this83

Radio sends error message e03003A5


(parameter error).

2. Send command b04this83

Radio sends error message e03002A6


(checksum error).

3. Send command t04this70

Radio sends error message e03001A7


(unsupported command).

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The T2000-A70 data modem PCB is based on a CML FX469LS 1200/2400 baud FFSK
modem IC (IC1) and the baud rate is selectable by PCB links.
Receive audio is recovered and fed into IC1 via a buffer amplifier, with filtering (IC5), to
attenuate all but the FFSK tones. The signal is demodulated in IC1 and the data fed into
the microprocessor, IC2. The data, complete with its length & checksum information, is
fed to the DTE via IC4, which converts the 0V/5V TTL levels to RS232.
On transmit, data is sent from the DTE to IC2, via IC4. It is processed and sent on to IC1,
where it is modulated and the output goes to the TX-SIG-IN input of the radio, via a
unity gain buffer, IC6. IC2 also monitors inputs from the radios logic PCB and controls
various output lines.
The microprocessor checks that the radio is in lock, and is not busy. It then mutes the
microphone, activates the radio PTT and 30ms later, the PWR-CTRL signal goes low,
releasing the transmit inhibit.
Both buffer amplifiers are biased at half rail by IC1, pin11.
If a channel change is required, the data is sent to IC7, which toggles the appropriate
BCD lines to change the radio channel.








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The T2000-A03 6m remote loom and T2000-A04 4m remote loom installation kits are for
use with T2020, T2040 and T2050 radios in situations where the 3m remote loom or
underdash mounting is unsuitable.
The T2000-A16 6m shielded remote loom is suitable for use with EMC model radios,
and for installations where electromagnetic radiation may cause problems with sensitive equipment installed nearby or interference to the radios own antenna.
Once installed, the loom should not be subjected to any pinching, crushing or chafing,
nor should it interfere with the operation of the vehicle controls.



These instructions must be read in conjunction with Section 3.1 Servicing Precautions and Section 3.2 Disassembly Instructions.

The following topics are covered in this Section:


Section

Title

Page

8.16.1

Components Required

8.13.2

8.16.2

Fitting To Locally Mounted Radios

8.13.2

8.16.3

Fitting To Remote Mounted Radios

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The T2000 remote loom kits contain the following components:
Quantity

Description

remote loom, complete with 8 way connectors

remote mounting bracket

remote back panel

dummy front panel

remoting connector cover (fitted to the remote back panel & dummy front
panel)

M4 pressed captive nut (for remote control head assembly)

thumbscrew (for remote mounting bracket)

ESD plug (to fit over remote back panel screw heads: T2000-A16 only)

No 6x3/4 self-tapping screw (for remote mounting bracket)

No 4x 3/8 pan Pozi Plastite screw (dummy front panel mounting)

M3x6 pan Pozi Taptite screw (connector PCB mounting)

M3x8 pan Pozi Taptite screw (EMC filter PCB mounting)

EMC filter PCB (Series II radio chassis)

connector PCB (Series I radio chassis)

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1

Remove the top cover of the radio by unscrewing the 4 bottom cover screws.
Remove the 3 logic PCB retaining screws and fold back the logic PCB. If necessary,
remove the 3 option PCB mounting screws before lifting the logic PCB.
Remove the microprocessor shield retaining screws and the screw securing the
control head ground lead, then remove the microprocessor shield.
Remove the bottom cover of the radio and unplug the loom running between the
control head and the logic PCB (on EMC model radios, the loom runs between the
control head and the EMC filter PCB).
The control head can now be detached from the chassis.
Remove the 4 adaptor plate retaining screws from the control head and remove
the adaptor plate from the back of the control head.

Refer to Figure 8.16.1.


Unclip the remote back panel remoting connector cover (3).
Pass one end of the remote loom through the connector cover hole and plug onto
the 8 way connector (6) on the top side of the control head PCB.
T2000-A03 & T2000-A04 kits: Remove the ground lead from under one of the control head PCB screws, and discard the ground lead.









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T2000-A16 kit: Remove the screw from the control head that secures the control
head ground lead. Discard the ground lead, and use this screw to secure the
remote loom drain wire solder tag to the control head PCB.


3

Ensure that the tag does not make contact with any devices in the control head.
Fit the 2 captive M4 nuts (4) into the slots on the remote back panel (2), and mount
the remote back panel onto the control head front assembly (1).
Secure in place using the 4 No. 4x5/8 Plastite screws previously used for the adaptor plate, and push the 4 ESD plugs (7) over the screw heads (T2000-A16 only).
Refit the remoting connector cover, pushing the slot in the cover onto the remote
loom cable.











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T2000 Series I chassis


Refer to Figure 8.16.2.
Mount the adaptor plate (2) onto the chassis and secure the connector PCB to the 2
chassis pillars, using the 2 M3x6 Taptite screws provided.
As the pillars are not threaded, care must be taken that the screws are not inserted
at an angle.
Pass the logic PCB loom through the slot in the adaptor plate and chassis (7) and
plug the loom onto one of the 8 way connectors (8) on the connector PCB.
Unclip the remoting connector cover (5) from the dummy front panel and pass the
unconnected end of the remote loom through the hole in the dummy head front
panel.
Plug the 8 way remote loom connector onto the 8 way connector (6) on the connector PCB.
T2000-A16 kit: Secure the remote loom drain wire solder tag under one of the connector PCB screws.
Mount the dummy front panel (1) onto the adaptor plate (2), using the No 4x3/8
Plastite screws (4) provided.






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Refer to Figures 8.16.3 and 8.16.4.
Fit the EMC filter PCB (18) provided in the kit to
the chassis, first passing the loom on the bottom
side of the PCB through the chassis hole, as
shown.
Secure the EMC filter PCB in place, using the 4
M3x8 Taptite screws.



EMC model radios will already have an EMC


filter PCB fitted. Check that the top side connector (SKT-1) is 8 way. If not, discard the existing filter PCB and fit the new PCB provided.
 
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Plug the EMC filter PCB loom onto the logic PCB.
Unclip the remoting connector cover (5) from the dummy front panel (1), and pass
the unconnected end of the remote loom through the holes in the dummy front
panel and the adaptor plate (2).
Plug the 8 way loom connector onto the 8 way connector (6) on the top side of the
EMC filter PCB.
T2000-A16 kit: Secure the remote loom drain wire solder tag under one of the
EMC filter PCB screws.









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4x3/8 Plastite screws (4) provided.
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Reposition the bottom cover of the radio and the microprocessor shield and
replace the microprocessor shield retaining screws, tightening them to a torque of
12in.lb (1.4Nm).
Refit the logic PCB, any options PCBs that were fitted and the top cover. Tighten
the top cover to a torque of 15in.lb (1.8Nm).
Refit the remoting connector cover, pushing the slot in the cover onto the remote
loom cable.

Mount the remote mounting bracket in the desired position (this must be on a flat
surface), using the 2 No 6x3/4 self-tapping screws.
Place the control head in the bracket, positioned for a good viewing angle, and
secure in place with the 2 thumbscrews.






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Refer to Figures 8.16.2, 8.16.3 & 8.16.4.


Remove the radio dummy front panel (1) by removing the 4 dummy front panel
screws (4).



In later T2000 radios, the radio dummy front panel is fitted with a remoting
connector cover (3). This is unclipped to access the remote loom connector.
When fitting a remote loom, it is therefore unnecessary to remove the dummy
front panel.
Unplug the old remote loom from the connector PCB (Series I chassis) or EMC filter PCB (Series II chassis).
Series II chassis: Check that the top side connector (SKT-1) on the EMC filter PCB
is 8 way. If not, discard the existing filter PCB and fit the new PCB provided in the
kit (refer to Section 8.16.2, Fitting To Locally Mounted Radios, step (5)).
If necessary, replace the old dummy front panel with the new dummy front panel,
complete with remoting connector cover, provided in the kit.
Pass the new remote loom through the connector cover hole in the dummy front
panel, and plug the 8 way remote loom connector onto the 8 way connector (6) on
the connector PCB or EMC filter PCB.
T2000-A16: Fit the remote loom drain wire solder tag under one of the connector
PCB or EMC filter PCB screws.
Mount the dummy front panel onto the adaptor plate (2), and secure in place
using the 4 dummy front panel screws.
Refit the remoting connector cover, pushing the slot in the cover onto the remote
loom cable.

Refer to Figure 8.16.1.


Remove the control head remote back panel (2) by removing the 4 remote back
panel screws (5), taking care not to loose the captive nuts (4). EMC model radios
will also have ESD plugs (7) over the remote back panel screws.



In later T2000 radios, the control head remote back panel is fitted with a remoting connector cover (3). This is unclipped to access the remote loom connector.
When fitting a remote loom, it is therefore unnecessary to remove the remote
back panel.
Unplug the old remote loom from the 8 way connector on the control head PCB (6).
If necessary, replace the old remote back panel with the new remote back panel,
complete with remoting connector cover, provided in the kit.
Pass the new remote loom through the connector cover hole in the remote back
panel, and plug the 8 way connector on the new remote loom onto the 8 way connector on the control head PCB.
T2000-A16: Fit the remote loom drain wire solder tag under one of the control
head PCB screws.





Ensure that the solder tag does not make contact with any devices in the control
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Fit the 2 captive M4 nuts into the slots in the remote back panel and mount the
remote back panel onto the control head front assembly (1).
Secure in place using the 4 remote back panel screws, and push the 4 ESD plugs
(7) over the screw heads (T2000-A16 only).
Refit the remoting connector cover, pushing the slot in the cover onto the remote
loom cable.






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This Section outlines the production software history for each T2000 Series II model,
and explains how to identify which software version is used.
The following topics are covered in this Section:
Section

Title

Page

9.1

Identifying The Software Version Number

9.2

9.2

Software History

9.3

T2010 & T2015 Radios


T2020 Radios
T2030 & T3035 Radios
T2040 Radios
T2050 Radios
T2060 Radios

9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8

9.2.1
9.2.2
9.2.3
9.2.4
9.2.5
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To read the radio software version of a T2000 Series II radio, hold in the PTT switch
when turning on the radio. The version number will then be displayed briefly on the
radios front panel, using either the LEDs, the 7 segment display panel or a combination
of both.
Where LEDs are used, they indicate Binary Coded Decimals (BCDs), with the most significant bit to the left.
The examples below show how each radio displays Version 3.02.

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This is not necessarily a valid radio software version.


BUSY

TX

The major version number is indicated as a BCD by the


Busy and Tx LEDs. (3 in the example on the right.)
3

The two digit minor version number is indicated as


BCD digits by the two lower rows of LEDs. (0 on the
middle row and 2 on the lower row in the example.)

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The major version number will be indicated as a binary
coded decimal (BCD) by the Busy and Tx LEDs.
The minor version number is shown in the two digit
display.


SVC

BUSY
C1

WAIT

TX

C2

GO

TX

C3

C4

Fn

The major version number is indicated as a binary


coded decimal (BCD) by the top row LEDs.
The two digit minor version number is indicated as
BCD digits by the two lower rows of LEDs.


The full version number is shown in the display.

A  A
The full version number is shown in the display.
BUSY TX



WAIT






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The following tables outline the production software history for each T2000 Series II
radio.

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Previous revisions of the software cannot be used on Series II radios.

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Radio
Software
Version

Release
Date

PGM Software
Compatibility

2.20

6/12/96

PGM201X v1.22




Changes From Previous Version


Original





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3

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Radio
Software
Version

Release
Date

PGM Software
Compatibility

5.10

13/12/96

PGM2020 v2.31



Changes From Previous Version


Original






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3

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Radio
Software
Version

Release
Date

PGM Software
Compatibility

3.10

6/12/96

PGM203X v1.34




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Changes From Previous Version


Original





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3

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Radio
Software
Version

Release
Date

PGM Software
Compatibility

5.20

6/12/96

PGM2040 v2.45



Changes From Previous Version


Original






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Radio
Software
Version

1.05




3

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Release
Date

13/3/96

PGM Software
Compatibility
Non-Trunked

Trunked

PGM2020 v2.31

PGM2040 v2.45

Changes From Previous


Version

Original





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3

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Radio
Software
Version

Release
Date

PGM Software
Compatibility

1.04

28/11/96

PGM2060 v1.03



Changes From Previous Version


Original