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Programming EDACS on a Pro-95.

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Apr 8, 2006
Marlow, OK
I have read the other threads about programming EDACS but they havent helped any.

I have the freqs I need, but I dont know how im supposed to program them in.

01 855.38750 02 855.93750 03 857.31250* 04 858.31250 05 859.31250

Any help will be appreciated.


Premium Subscriber
Dec 19, 2002
Trinity,North Carolina
Exactly as they show 855.38750 855.93750 857.31250 858.31250 859.31250
Pro - 95 start on 01 of the bank. ( bank 1 start programing on 101 bank 2 201)
If you start on oo Or 100 or 200 it will not trunk. It's in the manual.
The numbers on the freqs you sent indicate the LCN What order they program in.
(01 855.38750 ) 01 means it is the first freq. to progam 02 and so on.
The 857.31250* is your control channel. You should hear an irritating noise when you hit enter. Also make sure that they are set for EDACS when programming. Hope this helps.
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