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Old 11-05-2018, 5:32 PM
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Default GE S825 programming

Anyone have a programming cable for an S825 hanging around? Iíve owned a couple and sold them off. Need one for an upcoming project. Thanks!
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Roll your own. They require, if I recall correctly, just a 16 pin header connector with .100 socket spacing and a DB25 to connect up to the TQ3370 radio interface box.

Hall had the diagram. If not, it should be in the reference pages on repeaterbuilder in the back of an s8xx control head manual or possibly the Rangr manual.

Know anybody who wants both UHF and 800 MHz Rangr radio chassis? It's a VRS system, actually. The UHF radio is very low power, 100 mW I think.
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I've done a lot of stuff with radios over the years, but building my own programming cable was never one of them. Not sure I can pull it off. Perhaps.

And no I don't, but I'll keep my feelers out.
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https://www.hallelectronics.com/getech/tq3338.gif

There's the diagram. Dead simple.
Dsub25 connector to mate with the TQ3370.
26 pin IDC style header connector with female pins (7 required), 13x2 rows, 0.100" pin spacing.

A length of cable with at least three suitable conductors.
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/General-Ele...vPZa:rk:1:pf:1

There's one one ebay.
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Well I'll be darned. Bought it. Thanks Elroy.

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