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Old 06-23-2013, 1:06 AM
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Default Macom p5100 data cable

Hello al new to the forum I have 5 ma-com P5100 scan model radios and the software for it does anybody know where I can get a data cable for the P5100 ? And I also took the front cover off and noticed a whole new set of buttons anybody k ow what I can do with them ? Thank you

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Old 06-23-2013, 8:42 AM
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are u looking for a programming cable or data cable?
The second set of buttons is for the P7100(which is the same radio guts as the P5100) model with the full keypad.. Find a P7100 front cover and re program the radio as a P7100 and viola, you now have a full keypad P7100 instead of the P5100 you started with
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I need the cable that will let me re-program the radios using the Programmer. Thank yo for the tip about the Keypads.
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