20 Most Recent Motorola HT1000, MTS2000, MTX8000/9000 Compatible 2 Way Radio Battery Eliminator Questions & Answers


The book list the wall adapter to charger NTN1171 as being part number 2580162R01. The description says 13.8VDC 1.5A AC ADAPTER. When googling the part number, it appears someone is selling one on eBay for around $29.99. Retail from Motorola appears to be $125.

Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Dec 03, 2019


You are transmitting with the correct tone on the correct frequency. Either the tone, frequency or both are incorrect on receive. Try pressing the squelch button while they are transmitting. If you can hear them, your tone is incorrect. Either way, you likely need to take it to a two way radio dealer who can program that radio. Call first, it is an older radio, not every shop can program it.

Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Mar 03, 2018


SADLY a MOTOROLA dealer may be both your ONLY and LAST resort?...

IF you have a Ham Radio acquaintance he or she may know someone in 'the business' and perhaps they may introduce you?

Another possibility is you placing a AD in Craigslist (in you area) using almost the same words you used here.

98% of this stuff is 'Motorola Proprietary' so Motherolla can charge a fortune to EVERYONE who decides they "want and need the best "... Of course most other mfg are not far behind! HARRIS IS one *other* choice the feds and military LOVE to use... but they are $$$ and quite "secure".

See this Link:

https://www.harris.com/solution-grouping/tactical-uhf-radios
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My example? I have a Motorola "XPR7550" with 2 chargers and 2 spare batteries! I CAN'T find anyone who will program it to ham radio frequencies and YIKES... how it kills me to see this awesome radio go to waste!

Anthony
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Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Dec 25, 2017


You'll need radio service software (RSS) and you'll need a radio interface box (RIB) and you'll need 2 programming cables and you'll need a computer. It might have to be a really old computer, such as an IBM AT/XT with -- the kind with a monochrome display and 5.25" floppy drives running MS-DOS -- or possibly a newer PC might work. Alternatively, you'll need about $20 and someone to do the job for you. Just look for an online auction that offers programming services. Most importantly, make sure your FCC license permits you to use the frequencies that you program into your radio.

Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Nov 18, 2017


This radio was programmed to work on a networked radio system. They are called many things, but "no sys" means it does not detect the radio system it was programmed for. Look for a channel that says "dir" or "dirc" or like that. It means direct channel, or radio to radio without the range of the system. The PTT or talk button tone is telling you the radio cannot "connect" to the system.

Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Jun 04, 2017


Sign of a bad or low battery or an unprogrammed channel

Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Dec 17, 2015


Various reconditioner/analyzers are available for Motorola radio batteries. Contact your local dealer or an online radio repair center for recommendations.

Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Dec 17, 2015


jkorman, Yes, I was correct. What you are experiencing is normal. Dean A/C 1 is the name of your channel. This radio has previously been programmed.

Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Nov 04, 2015


You do not want to drain the battery completely because doing so runs the risk of making the battery useless and non-fixable. What you need is a unit called a "conditioning charger" which will run the battery down to a low point and then recharge it. A radio service shop is probably the best place to find such a charger.

Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Jan 14, 2015


This is only done through use of the programming software and cable. Your radio would need to be reprogrammed.

Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Jan 08, 2015


Vox isnt part of the HT1000 you need the C6000 PTT-VOX Adapter Bodyswitch

Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Aug 15, 2014


From the FCC website:
" Narrowbanding is an effort to ensure more efficient use of the VHF and UHF spectrum by requiring all VHF and UHF Public Safety and Industrial/Business land mobile radio (LMR) systems to migrate to at least 12.5 kHz efficiency technology by January 1, 2013.

More specifically, all existing Part 90 radio systems operating in the 150-174 MHz and 421-512 MHz bands have until January 1, 2013 to convert those systems either to a maximum bandwidth of 12.5 kHz or to a technology that provides at least one voice path per 12.5 kHz of bandwidth or equivalent efficiency."

Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Jul 16, 2014


Describe your problem exactly. Is the radio set up for any particular frequency and does it turn on? What is the model of the radio that you have? These radios must be programmed by computer using special Motorola radio software. You need to have a license or be authorized to use it. Need more information to really answer your question.

Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Jun 16, 2014


depends on your radio. cannot be changed after purchase

Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Jun 11, 2014


we talk about 2-way radios here. your question is about smartphone. wrong place to ask

Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Jun 11, 2014


you have retro-radios. up to 20 years old. software not longer for sale. i can programm them in my workshop with my retro-computer. Send to my adress
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Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Jun 11, 2014


You would need a programming cable as well. This is more likely than not beyond your current level of skill. This software is licensed by Moto, complex and not easy to get over the web. I suggest that first you sit down and make an outline of exactly what frequencies you want to transmit on if you are licensed and what to scan etc and go to a radio shop. It will be worth the money.

Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Jan 31, 2014


The radio might have been programmed to assign the side buttons certain functions. Try monitoring the channel by pressing the top button on the side, it may be green. You will need to be patient as in case no one is on the air at the time. Press it once for on and once for off.

Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Jan 31, 2014


a computer with a 286 or 386 processor

Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Jan 31, 2014


This "switches" functions are asigned by the programmer, and depends on the systems requirments or the user habilities check with your radio programmer for any feature that you can have on your radio.

Motorola HT1000,... | Answered on Jan 31, 2014

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