Question about Motorola Radio Communications
Radio LED Lights:
CP200 user guide indicates a Flashing Yellow indicates a Call Alert or a Selective Call. (If you have this feature set up on your CP200/PR400 style radios.) A steady Yellow indicates you have your radio set to Sticky Monitor (open squelch)
Flashing Red indicates receiving or low battery if you get a blinking red while transmitting.
Flashing Green indicates you are in scan mode.
Charger LED Lights:
No LED - battery not detected or inserted incorrectly.
Single Green Flash - successful charger power up.
Flashing Red - Battery unchargeable or not making proper connection.
Red - Battery is charging.
Flashing Yellow - Battery is in charger but waiting to charge. The battery temp may be too hot or too cold. The voltage may be lower than the predetermined threshold level for charging. (Leave battery on charger for 24 hours to see if it will resolve on its own.)
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