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Old 12-30-2010, 1:57 AM
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What type of CPS do i need to program a CM200?
I have R06.11.05 and Commercial Series R01.00
Neither of these work on the CM200's i have

Seem to work on every other radio CDM's HT's radius's mcs2000 (with the mts software, same with my astro xts and spectra)
Nothing seems to work with the cm200's thou.. does it take a different cps?
Or is the programming cable different then on a radius and cdm radio?
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The software you need is RVN4191 which is for the CP150, CP200, CM200, CM300, PR400, and PM400 radios. I believe it is at least up to Revision N, CPS R5.09 now, but you will have to check with Motorola on that when you order it.
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I have version R05.13
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I have version R05.13
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the proggramming cable is different, you need to jumper 2 pins to make the standard cable program a CM series. batlabs should have it, if not i have posted the details on this site a couple times in the last month or so.
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Still would need the software thou wouldnt i?
Or would the CPS ver's i have do the trick
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Still would need the software thou wouldnt i?
Or would the CPS ver's i have do the trick
You will still need the proper software that I mentioned above.
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Okie doke, Thats what i figured
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