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Editing a TLK 150 Device

Once you have added a TLK 150 device to the WAVE Portal, it automatically appears as a User in your Users menu. From the Users menu, you can edit the Talkgroups and Contacts associated with the device. From the WAVE Devices menu, you can edit the properties of the TLK 150 unit.

Set PowerOn Config to “Power Button Or Ignition” when the TLK 150 is wired for ignition sense

When ignition sense is configured, Auto PowerDown is the time in minutes to power-off the TLK 150 after the vehicle’s ignition is turned off. This helps delivery vehicles and other user who frequently turn off ignition but want to keep the TLK 150 running.

This section describes how to edit the TLK 150 device configuration. For instructions on editing a TLK 150  User see: Editing a TLK 150 User.

To edit an individual TLK 150 device

  1. Login to WAVE with your Customer account.
  2. In the left navigation frame, click the TLK 150s menu.
    The TLK 150s page opens displaying all registered TLK 150 devices.
  3. Click the Name of a TLK device 150 to edit.
  4. The Device Information page for the selected TLK 150 opens. Click the gray heading areas to switch between Device Info and Settings.
  5. Device Information options include the following:

    • IMEI
      International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) is a unique numerical identifier for every mobile device. WAVE uses the IMEI in conjunction with the Serial Number to identify each TLK 150.
    • Serial Number
      Each serial number is unique to a TLK 150 device. WAVE uses the Serial Number in conjunction with the IMEI to identify and register TLK 150s.
    • Cellular Status
      Shows the status of the cellular services.
    • Radio Alias
      It is the alternate name of the radio device.
  6. Settings options include the following:

    • Language
      Set the language to display on the device.
    • All Alert Tones
      Toggles the availability of Alert Tones on this TLK 150 device.
    • Brightness Level
      Sets the display brightness level on the TLK 150 device.
    • Device Mode
      User mode is the standard device mode. If you switch Device Mode to ‘stun’ then the device will become inoperable until it is switched back to ‘user.’ Stun is typically used to deactivate a TLK 150 unit without removing its settings from WAVE.
    • Maintenance mode Announcements PW
      Allows to enter the password. If you do not set password here, then the default password is the last 8 alphanumeric of the radio device serial number.
    • Voice Announcements
      Toggles the reception of Voice Announcements by the TLK 150 device.
    • Location
      Toggles the transmission of location information for this TLK 150 device.
    • WiFi
      Toggles the WiFi modem of the TLK 150 on or off.
    • Cellular
      Toggles the cellular modem of the TLK 150 on or off.
    • Bluetooth
      Toggles the Bluetooth of the TLK 150 on or off.
    • Scan
      Toggles to enable or disable the scan for the TLK 150 to on or off.
    • Do Not Disturb
      Toggles to enable or disable the do not disturb.
    • Auto PowerDown Timer
      When ignition sense is configured, Auto PowerDown is the time in minutes to power-off the TLK 150 after the vehicle’s ignition is turned off. This helps delivery vehicles and other user who frequently turn off ignition but want to keep the TLK 150 running.
    • PowerOn Configuration
      Set PowerOn Configuration to “Power Button Or Ignition” when the TLK 150 is wired for ignition sense.
  7. Menu Visibility options include the following:
    • Location
      Toggles the transmission of location information for this TLK 150 device.
    • Alert Tones
      Toggles the availability of Alert Tones on this TLK 150 device.
    • Voice Announcements
      Toggles the reception of Voice Announcements by the TLK 150 device.
    • Brightness Level
      Toggles the availability of the display brightness level control on the TLK 150 device
    • Do Not Disturb
      Toggles the availability of the enable or disable of do not disturb on the TLK 150 device.
    • WiFi
      Toggles the availability of the WiFi connectivity of the TLK 150 to or off.
    • Cellular
      Toggles the
    • the availability of the cellular connectivity of the TLK 150 to on or off.
    • Bluetooth
      Toggles the availability of the Bluetooth on the TLK 150 to on or off.
    • Scan
      Toggles the availability of the scanning on the TLK 150 to on of off.
    • Speaker
      Toggles the speaker of the TLK 150 to on or off.
  8. Accessory Button options include the following:Allows you to configure the accessory buttons desired operations of the device.
  9. Programmable Button option includes the following:
    Allows you to configure the programmable buttons operations of the device.
  10. Software options include the following:
      • Apps package Version
        Shows the application package version of the TLK 150 unit.
      • Firmware Version
        Shows the firmware version of the TLK 150 unit.
      • Software Downloaded
        Shows if the specified software component is downloaded for radio upgrade.
  11. Diagnostics options include the following:

    • Enable Diag Download MM
      Allows user to extract the diagnostic logs via USB directly from the device. When disabled, the user does not have permission to extract with USB and shows an error message.
    • Diagnostic Package Available
      Shows if a diagnostics package is available for download or not.
  12. Click Save once you make any changes to the device details.

Actions available on this page:

The following actions are available to the user from the Action drop-down.

  • Manage WiFi Networks
    This allows you to specify the preferred WiFi network for the TLK 150 unit. Selecting the Hidden Network ckeckbox allows the device to connect to any netowrk if the device is configured with schema version 3.4.

      • Bluetooth Accessories
        Allows to set a Bluetooth name and pin for the device for connecting with the network.
      • Restart Device
        Restarts the TLK 150.
        Click the SAVE button to save and enable all changes.
        Click the CANCEL button to discard all changes and return to the TLK 150s page.

To bulk-edit multiple TLK 150 Devices

  1. Login to the WAVE Portal with your Customer account.
  2. In the left navigation frame, click the TLK 150s menu.
    The TLK 150s page opens displaying all registered TLK 150 devices.
  3. Select all TLK 150 devices you wish to edit.

NOTE: The top most checkbox allows you to select/deselect all TLK 150s. You can also select only one TLK 150 if you require the ability to delete or modify a single unit using the Actions menu available in the next step.

  1. Open the Actions menu at the top of the page.
    Click the action you wish to perform. Bulk actions are defined below and will be performed on ALL selected devices. You will be prompted before the actions are performed.
    • Manage WiFi Networks
      This allows you to specify the preferred WiFi network for the TLK 150 unit. Selecting the Hidden Network ckeckbox allows the device to connect to any netowrk if the device is configured with schema version 3.4.
    • Manage Bluetooth Accessories
      Allows to set a Bluetooth name and pin for the devices for connecting with the network. 
    • Enable WiFi
      Activates WiFi on all selected TLK 150 units.
    • Disable WiFi
      Deactivates WiFi on all selected TLK 150 units.
    • Enable Location
      Enables GPS location updates from all selected TLK 150 units.
    • Disable Location
      Disables GPS location updates from all selected TLK 150 units.
    • Stun
      Temporarily deactivates all selected TLK 150 units without removing them from WAVE.
    • UnStun
      Reactivates all selected TLK 150 units. Has no affect on units that are not currently stunned.
    • Delete
      Deletes all WAVE information for the selected TLK 150 units. The units will be deactivated until added back to WAVE. Note that deleting the TLK 150s also removes the license from the account.
Updated on December 13, 2021

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