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Midland 70-1526B info needed

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I am looking for some info on the Midland 70-1526B UHF 8-CH radio. I need to locate a power cord or plug to build a cord. I have the software but need the cable. i am assuming the XTR 10-pin cable is it. I have also heard that these can do UHF HAM band with some software editing.....can someone verify?

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The 1526 will do 440 amateur after you edit the software, you may have to tune the VCOs (only requires a voltmeter). Uses the same cable as the XTR / SYN-TECH II radios.

The 1526 will also do 22 channels if you program it with the XTR software, but since you only have a single digit readout so most people only program then for 10 channels. As always practice safe radio programming by reading the radio and saving an archive before making it do things it normally wouldn't.

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Molex number?

Part #'s
70-1311 power cord
70-150308 pins
39-00-0039 molex connector


I ran the molex number though mouser and it comes up as the pins. Can you advise the correct molex number, which pin number is correct and the pinouts?

Mike
 
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