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CPI DC remote programing info

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N0ZQR

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Anyone here have information on two tone programing of a CPI DC10 remote with the UE-1 option.

I know I have the information somewhere! But can't seem to find It!

! Need to program the UE-1 for Motorola group six (6) two tone encode for Motorola Min V pagers.

Thanks!!

Ron
 

N0ZQR

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I have that, just can't remember the specific information to do it!
 

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Download the keypad programming manual from the Midian web site

Look at table 8 & pick a tone plan that has group 6 tones (plan 'A' does, so does plan 'E')

Use table 5 and look up the plan number for your chosen tone plan (plan A = 21, plan E=25)

Enter programming mode ( 27182818284 )

Program register 9 for your chosen plan and timing: ( 2110003000*09 )

Exit programming mode ( *00 )
 
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