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Hytera X1P pinout for thirteen-pin connector


Oct 8, 2023
Hello dear friends, Please help me find the pinout for this thirteen-pin connector for programming the Hytera X1P radio station, thank youIMG_3303.jpeg


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Dec 19, 2002
Ontario, Canada
So I was able to find this... Couldn't find a drawing showing the pinout but it shouldn't take much to figure it out.


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Jan 30, 2015
I think you will find that the 16 pin is for the likes of the PD7xx and 9xx. The X1P (and PD6xx) have the 13 pin (like you I can't find the pinout diagram but the pin functions from the service manual below!)
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