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Zetron 640 DAPT XTRA

I need to know what the Default communication settings are for a Zetron 640 DAPT XTRA.

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Here are links to the user guides for each model. You can compare freq. charts and see how to program them:
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I am sure you the radio's both set on the same channel. But what about the sub-channels? Are those the same? On the screen, the large number is your channel. The smaller number below it is the sub-channel. They should match. If you've already done this and the radios still will not communicate with each other, then find someone locally (that is fluent on radios) to look them.
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Here is a link to the user guide: http://www.giantintl.com/RadioPDFs/Outdated%20Manuals/T59xx_User_Manual_E.pdf

You should be able to set the radio back to a simple setting with the code and Qt filter shut off (zero), this would tell you pretty quickly if your radio will communicate. If they will not communicate with the frequency set the same, and the other features turned off, you have a battery or radio problem.

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Typically you should be able to communicate by pressing the Push-to-Talk button (PTT). If it is necessary for you to press the musical note, you are using the Call Tone feature, which makes the other unit have a sound. This method is acceptable, but not necessary unless you want sound.

Here is a copy of the user guide: http://www.giantintl.com/RadioPDFs/Outdated%20Manuals/T56XX_57XX_User_Manual_E.pdf

Read the section on Call Tones and decide if this is the method you prefer. Otherwise, shut off the call tones and then you can simply use the PTT button to communicate.

You are correct, the radios must be set to the same Frequency. Plus, they must be on the same Code (interference eliminator code) and the Qt filter must be set the same on both units. Following setting everything to match one another your radios are ready to communicate.

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The Talkabout radios, as a general rule, are limited to FRS and GMRS frequencies. The CP100 and CLS are from the business and light consumer divisions. They will do most of the common 56 UHF business frequencies.

If you would like to look at the frequency charts yourself, here are some links.

Here are the frequencies possible on the T5000 http://www.fixya.com/support/p514922-motorola_talkabout_t5000_2_way_radio/manual-362/page-17



Here is a link to the CLS radio manual
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