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i may be way off base but i ask any way, i understand that vertex and motorlia radios are made buy the same company, i have a very good collection of programming software for the vertex and i wondering if the software is useable for the motorolia ( m1225 ) if not does some one have the programming software part number so i can contact our supplier and order it, i have tried to find it on the moto site but the radio id discontued and it doesnt give me much info

thamks jim
 

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i may be way off base but i ask any way, i understand that vertex and motorlia radios are made buy the same company, i have a very good collection of programming software for the vertex and i wondering if the software is useable for the motorolia ( m1225 ) if not does some one have the programming software part number so i can contact our supplier and order it, i have tried to find it on the moto site but the radio id discontued and it doesnt give me much info

thamks jim


Nope, every radio from Mother needs different programming software.

The part number for the Radius 1225 series is HVN9054. If you have a MOL account, the latest version is currently available in the Resource Center ---> Software ---> Two-Way ---> Discontinued Products.
 

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FYI, the acquisition of Vertex has been very recent so any overlap is on much newer models. The '1225's been around a long time.
 

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Nope, every radio from Mother needs different programming software.

The part number for the Radius 1225 series is HVN9054. If you have a MOL account, the latest version is currently available in the Resource Center ---> Software ---> Two-Way ---> Discontinued Products.
Make sure you get the right one...V 4.0. There are 2 of them there with the same name and date.

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A while back Motorola acquired Vertex-Standard, which included the Yaesu line of ham equipment. Just
recently Motorola divested itself of what made up the Yaesu line which is now or will soon become a separate company. All the non-ham equipment is remaining with Motorola as the Vertex and Standard lines of radios and accessories.
 
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