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KC0CCB

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hi everybody,

just was wondering when i go into the external accessories to do "the pin locations" what profile works the best for the cheap interface cables you can get from Ebay..?

right now i have it set as "General I/O"
"Power -up Delay as 0.5
"Rx Audio Output as Muted/De-emphasis
"External Mic. as No External Mic.
"Tx Flat Audio Input as Post

Pin-8 as PL/DPL - CSQ Detect for the Receive radio
Direction as Output
Debounce as Off
ACT Level as Low

Frequencies :

01. 462.550 as the RECEIVE freq BLANK as the TRANSMIT
PL-141.3 on RECEIVE
20/25/30 KHZ channel spacing
Local/Distance as Distance
X-Pand is unchecked
Busy Chan Lockout is unchecked
 

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And you want MIC input on pin 2. PTT on 3 Ext mic on

RX:
Pin 8 PL/DPL Det
Pin 11 Filtered Audio out. "Rx Audio Output as Muted/De-emphasis
 
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I usually use the RICK preset. Don't remember if it is there in 1225 RSS (it's there in both preceding model RSS and succeeding model CPS).
 

KC0CCB

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i don't have a Pin 2 or 3 for anything.. here's what i have choices of :

Pin 04 Null, External Alarm, PL/DPL - CSQ Detect
Pin 06 Null, External PTT, I/O Hook, RX Audio Mute, Public Address, Channel Steering 0,1,2
Pin 08 Null, External Alarm, PL/DPL - CSQ Detect, CSQ Detect
Pin 09 Null, External PTT, I/O Hook, RX Audio Mute, Public Address, Channel Steering 0,1,2
Pin 12 Null, External PTT, I/O Hook, RX Audio Mute, Public Address, Channel Steering 0,1,2
Pin 14 Null, External PTT, I/O Hook, RX Audio Mute, Public Address, Channel Steering 0,1,2

Rx Audio Output : Muted / De-emphasis or Unmuted / Flat
Power-Up Delay : 0.5 seconds
External Mic. : External Mic Audio or No External Mic.
Tx Flat Audio Input : Pre or Post
Acc External : General I/O, Remote, Phone Patch, Public Address

Pin 04 Direction : Output (greyed out)
Pin 04 Debounce : Off (greyed out)
Pin 04 ACT LEVEL : Low or High

Pin 06 Direction : Input (greyed out)
Pin 06 Debounce : On or Off
Pin 06 ACT LEVEL : Low or High

Pin 08 Direction : Input or Output
Pin 08 Debounce : Off
Pin 08 ACT LEVEL : Low or High

Pin 09 Direction : Input (greyed out)
Pin 09 Debounce : On or Off
Pin 09 ACT LEVEL : Low or High

Pin 12 Direction : Input or Output
Pin 12 Debounce : On or Off
Pin 12 ACT LEVEL : Low or High

Pin 14 Direction : Input or Output
Pin 14 Debounce : On or Off
Pin 14 ACT LEVEL : Low or High
 
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