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Old 06-13-2015, 3:52 AM
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Question Where art thou BC-UTGC?

Greetings all,

Hopefully UPMan will be able to answer the question for me - when will the BC-UTGC GPS cable for the 325P2 be available?

In the mean time, has anyone managed to connect a GPS to the 325P2?
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I think that cable will be the only way.
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Old 06-15-2015, 8:55 AM
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The first lot is in transit from the factory, now.
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Old 06-15-2015, 11:16 PM
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Thanks UPMan. Much appreciated.
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I currently have a 396XT but am upgrading to a 325P2. I use a GARMIN puck GPS receiver with the 396XT serial cable. What type ends are on the 325P2 cable? I'm trying to figure out what I will need to use this GPS with the 325P2.
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You will need this cable: https://www.uniden.com/accessories/i...e_for_BCD325P2 and a BC-GPSK.
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You will need this cable: https://www.uniden.com/accessories/i...e_for_BCD325P2 and a BC-GPSK.
So do you have to purchase the GPS receiver, you can't use an existing one?
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I don't believe the BC_UTCG will work with anything other than the BC-GPSK.
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I don't believe the BC_UTCG will work with anything other than the BC-GPSK.
Okay, thanks.
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