motorola 3-Wire xL Clear Tube Earpiece PMLN8084 Instructions

3-Wire xL Clear TubeEarpiece, PMLN8084User Manual


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Chapter 1


RF Energy Exposure and Product Safety GuideCAUTION: Before using this product, read the RF Energy Exposure and Product Safety Guide that ships with the radio which contains instructions for safe usage and RF energy awareness and control for compliance with applicable standards and regulations.Acoustic SafetyExposure to loud noises from any source for extended periods of time may temporarily or permanently affect your hearing. The louder the radio volume, the less time is required before your hearing can be affected. Hearing damage from loud noise is sometimes undetectable at first and can have a cumulative effect. To protect your hearing:Follow the following guidelines to protect your hearing:

  • Use the lowest volume necessary to do your job.
  • Turn up the volume only if you are in noisy surroundings.
  • Turn down the volume before attaching the headset or earpiece.
  • Limit the amount of time you use headsets or earpieces at high volume.
  •  When using the radio without a headset or earpiece, do not place the speaker of the radio directly against your ear.
  • If you experience hearing discomfort, ringing in your ears, or muffled speech, you should stop listening to your radio through your headset or earpiece, and have your hearing checked by your doctor. To change the volume level, refer to Radio Product Safety Leaflet or CPS for Surveillance Kit Configurations.

Chapter 2

Earpiece Overview

This user manual describes the 3-Wire Extra Loud Clear Tube earpiece.Figure 1: Earpiece Overview

Table 1: Over-the-Ear Earpiece Overview and Description

Indicator Description
1 Translucent Tube
2 Metal Clip
3 Push-to-Talk, and Programmable Button Module
4 Microphone Module

Operation CAUTION: Turn off the device while attaching and detaching the earpiece.Figure 2: Microphone Module Overview

Table 2: Microphone Module Overview Description

Indicator Description
1 Microphone

Figure 3: Push-to-Talk and Programmable Button Module Overview

Table 3: Push-to-Talk and Programmable Button Module Overview Description

Indicator Description
1 Push-to-Talk
2 Programmable Button


CAUTION: Turn off the device while attaching and detaching the earpiece.

Recommended Practices for Over-the-Ear EarpieceRecommended Practice CAUTION:

  • Do not cover the microphone port for optimum performance.
  • Do not fill the earpiece with water.
  • Clean the earpiece with a soft damp cloth.
  •  Do not use the earpiece until completely dry.

Recommended Wearing PositionThis section describes the earpiece recommenced wearing position.

Figure 4: Over-the-Ear Earpiece Wearing Position

PTT Wear PositionFigure 5: Clipping PTT

Figure 6: Taking Out PTT

Figure 7: Pressing PTT

Mic Wear Position

Cable ManagementThis section describes the recommended cable position.Figure 8: Recommended

Figure 9: Not Recommended

To ensure optimum range and user experience, it is recommended to avoid crossing accessory cable with the radio antenna.

Replacement PartsTable 4: Earpiece Replacement Parts

Descriptions Quantity Part Number
Acoustic Tube with Rubber Earbud 1 PMLN8092_
Right Earpiece (Size S) 1 RLN4760_
Right Earpiece (Size M) 1 RLN4761_
Right Earpiece (Size L) 1 RLN4762_
Left Earpiece (Size S) 1 RLN4763_
Left Earpiece (Size M) 1 RLN4764_
Left Earpiece (Size L) 1 RLN4765_
Ultra Earplug (Size S) 1 RLN6511_
Ultra Earplug (Size M) 1 RLN6512_
Ultra Earplug (Size L) 1 RLN6513_

Translucent Acoustic Tube ReplacementThis section describes how the translucent acoustic tube is replaced.Figure 10: Translucent Acoustic Tube Replacement

Table 5: Translucent Acoustic Tube Replacement Description

Indicator Description
1 Rotate
2 Pull

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