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 1 
 on: Yesterday at 11:38:19 AM 
Started by Sputnik 1 - Last post by Sputnik 1
Forget my last

identified as a DP1400 - a model we dont supply

thanks for looking

 Grin

 2 
 on: December 14, 2017, 03:59:46 PM 
Started by Sputnik 1 - Last post by Sputnik 1
Hello All

a bit of a long shot but.......

but does anyone know what model radio would have a serial prefix  ' 752 '

client only has serial number not model code so am trying to identify.

full serial =  752TQY3908

thanks in advance

 3 
 on: December 06, 2017, 04:09:04 PM 
Started by daveyboy03 - Last post by daveyboy03
Hi everyone. Hope I've not duplicated with this thread but I'm not finding the answer for my dilemma.
I just received a Motorola CP040 in UHF. The serial number is slightly different from the other radios I own in that there is a Q instead of an R in the model number, which is apparently the difference between UHF1 and UHF2. This only allows the frequency to be changed up to 440MHz in the frequency range, however, I need the frequency to be between 438MHz and 470MHz . Is it possible to extend that range? I need the new radio to be re-programmed to firmware version R03.01.00, codeplug version 05.02. It is currently programmed to firmware version R03.06.02, codeplug version 09.03.

Thanks in advance.

 4 
 on: December 02, 2017, 11:22:32 AM 
Started by Debaser - Last post by Debaser
Hi everyone,

Can you point a newbie in the right direction please, I have tried google and Im still none the wiser. I have a CM340 UHF1 and I used the wrong codeplug on it and it is now showing the frequency range of a UHF2. I found a sample  UHF1 codeplug and set it up for my radio and now Im getting the code 2426 source and destination model must be the same (yes I have noticed that there are two different model numbers but they are the same radio) How do I sort this out?. The codeplug looks okay? What do I need to do please?

CPS R5.16
codeplug details currently in radio:
M50RNC9AN2     
019TLY5645
R03.10.00
3.14
438.00000 - 470.00000

Codeplug Im trying to use:
M50QNC9AN2
1234567890
R03.06
3.14
438.00000 - 470.00000



 5 
 on: November 27, 2017, 09:28:08 PM 
Started by onmia - Last post by exs1s
Looking for info on how to connect the impres charger base WPLN4226A to my Pc.

As you've probably already worked out, you can't connect it directly. You'll need a IMPRES interface box. The correct IMPRES Interface Box for the WPLN4226A single unit charger is the NNTN8045A. You can also get a free trial of the Motorola IMPRES battery management software from Motorola but there's a good description on this page that explains how it works and the equipment you need.

 6 
 on: November 26, 2017, 07:58:24 AM 
Started by irn_bru_ce - Last post by irn_bru_ce
Found a desk radio and a hand held radio at work, wondering if the two of them will be compatible with each other

Also, what freq range of antenna will I need for the GM160?

 7 
 on: November 23, 2017, 06:55:27 PM 
Started by MVTRBO - Last post by MVTRBO
I have multiple zones with the same channel. In the older radios (i.e. CDM1250) one channel could be assigned to any or all of the zones. Can this be done with the MOTOTRBO radios? This would allow changes to only one channel and not all the duplicates.

 8 
 on: November 17, 2017, 12:29:23 PM 
Started by ben.budgen - Last post by ben.budgen
Hi Guys,

1st post on here and really looking for some help. I have an issue trying to programme a GM340 with an autodialler. I have a DP4400E programmed to analogue with the Lone Worker feature active. The GM340 successfully alarms when the Lone Worker triggers.

The problem I have is that the SD1+ Autodialler doesn't trigger and call my mobile once the radio alarms. I know the phone line is working and the autodialler is working as it calls my mobile on a test call.

I have tried both polarity trigger settings and the SD1+ either doesnt call my mobile whatsoever or calls randomly without any radio alarms. This suggests to me that I am missing something either in the codeplug or physical set up between radio and autodialler.

Has anybody ever programmed such a set up or does anybody have any advice/code plugs/diagrams etc???

Thanks in advance

Ben

 9 
 on: November 16, 2017, 02:04:14 PM 
Started by Protea - Last post by Protea
Have not wanting to get involved in converting GP640's to GP340's, I now have a batch I need to do. Rather than going about this the hard way, is there any instructions listed anywhere. Thank you in advance.

 10 
 on: November 12, 2017, 06:30:25 PM 
Started by onmia - Last post by emsgeorge
Nope, from the look of the size of the 'box' Motorola sells that's inbetween the rj plug and (it says its powered by usb) then you have little chance.

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