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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The T5000 Talkabout radio default settings are not the same as the CP100 and CLS. The CLS and the CP100 UHF are capable of being programmed to match one another on several frequencies, however, the TalkAbout T5000 is not capable of any of them.
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
Here is a link to a CP100 user manual
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
SOURCE: How to program
The M1225 mobile is Motorola dealer programmable using the appropriate Motorola software, radio interface box (RIB) and programming cable. The cost for this type of programming is generally $15-$25.
Posted on May 30, 2009
Hold in the PTT button and the MON button while turning the radio on. Continue holding the buttons until the initialization sound stops. Press the menu button to walk through the 6 steps of programming. Use the + or - to change a setting. By pressing the menu button after your selection it will lock in the setting. When you get to the end of programming you will hear a different chirp. Then simply shut the radio off, and turnit back on for normal use.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
SOURCE: How do I connect Mag
The Mag One BPR40 is dealer programmable. You have two choices:
1) Reprogram your CP100s to match the new BPR40s. For this you would need to know what the dealer programmed the BPR40s to... OR
2) Take your BPR40s back to the place of purchase and request they reprogram them to match your CP100s. This should be a free service since you just purchased the BPR40s. They will need to know some settings from the CP100s to make the match.
Posted on Sep 19, 2011
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