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Two quick questions. I just ordered a cdm1550ls+ from ebay model # AAM25SKF90PSAN, and was looking to get a breakdown of the model #. Not much luck from batlabs. And need to know if it will do more then 16 conventional channels if no trunking channels are used. Like th ex600ls+.

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Cdm1550ls

It can be made to do more than 16 channels with Lab tool ,thats the only way it will work.
 

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siren134 said:
model # AAM25SKF90PSAN
Check that model number. It should be something like AAM25SKF9DP5AN. That's why batlabs isn't working for you.

If that is your model number, it should be UHF 450-520 MHz, 40 watts. However, the 5AN will only do 16 channels on the LS+ model. You need a 6AN for 160 conventional channels.

Here's a breadown of the LS+ models:
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CDM1550 LS+ 700 MHZ 16 CH 1-15 W 12.5/20/25 KHZ AAM255HF4DP5AN
CDM1550 LS+ 136-174 MHZ 16 CH 1-25W 12.5/20/25 KHZ AAM25KHF9DP5AN
CDM1550 LS+ 136-174 MHZ 160 CH 1-25W 12.5/20/25 KHZ AAM25KHF9DP6AN
CDM1550 LS+ 136-174 MHZ 16CH 25-45W 12.5/20/25 KHZ AAM25KKF9DP5AN
CDM1550 LS+ 136-174 MHZ 160 CH 25-45W 12.5/20/25 KHZ AAM25KKF9DP6AN
CDM1550 LS+ 200 MHZ 16 CH 1-25W 12.5/20/25 KHZ AAM25MHF4DP5AN
CDM1550 LS+ 403-470 MHZ 16 CH 1-25W 12.5/20/25 KHZ AAM25RHF9DP5AN
CDM1550 LS+ 403-470 MHZ 16 CH 25-40W 12.5/20/25 KHZ AAM25RKF9DP5AN
CDM1550 LS+ 403-470 MHZ 160 CH 25-40W 12.5/20/25 KHZ AAM25RKF9DP6AN
CDM1550 LS+ 450-512 MHZ 16 CH 1-25W 12.5/20/25 KHZ AAM25SHF9DP5AN
CDM1550 LS+ 450-512 MHZ 160 CH 1-25W 12.5/20/25 KHZ AAM25SHF9DP6AN
CDM1550 LS+ 450-512 MHZ 16 CH 25-40W 12.5/20/25 KHZ AAM25SKF9DP5AN
CDM1550 LS+ 450-512 MHZ 160 CH 25-40W 12.5/20/25 KHZ AAM25SKF9DP6AN
CDM1550 LS+ 403-470 MHZ 160 CH 1-25W 12.5/20/25 KHZ AAM25RHF9DP6AN
 
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