MODEL STRING DECODE REQUESTS ONLY

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Re: MODEL STRING DECODE REQUESTS ONLY

Post by pema307 » Tue Jul 06, 2010 1:02 pm

GM
should be
P25 Conventional
P25 Trunking
SN/SZ (Omini link) Trunking
Digital SN/SZ
Single key DES-OFB
512 Talk Groups/Channels
Hardware System Key Only

EOppie
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Re: MODEL STRING DECODE REQUESTS ONLY

Post by EOppie » Sat Jul 10, 2010 3:59 pm

242-5133-410-BC

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Re: MODEL STRING DECODE REQUESTS ONLY

Post by hfd65-3 » Sun Jul 11, 2010 1:13 pm

Can anyone help with this:

EF Johnson 5100 800mhz
242-5172-810 YK5

Thanks

auxair
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Re: MODEL STRING DECODE REQUESTS ONLY

Post by auxair » Mon Jul 26, 2010 9:58 pm

I would appreciate help with: 242-511E-673KF6

In particular, I need to understand which encryption standards are supported (DES, DES-OFB, AES) and if there is any OTAR capability.

Thank you.

KD8FJI
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Re: MODEL STRING DECODE REQUESTS ONLY

Post by KD8FJI » Thu Oct 07, 2010 7:20 am

242-5112-210-GA

Torchwood
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Re: MODEL STRING DECODE REQUESTS ONLY

Post by Torchwood » Sun Oct 10, 2010 10:53 am

242-5112-610-DD4

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Re: MODEL STRING DECODE REQUESTS ONLY

Post by n3obl » Mon Nov 01, 2010 5:02 am

242-527B-830MB6

I know its a 51SL ES Mdl II radio 700/800 but want to know the options.

Frank

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Re: MODEL STRING DECODE REQUESTS ONLY

Post by faradaycage » Thu Nov 25, 2010 2:06 am

242-5326-205-AAAB

Any idea if this has OTAR or DES?

Thanks in advance!

laney514
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Re: MODEL STRING DECODE REQUESTS ONLY

Post by laney514 » Wed Mar 02, 2011 2:48 pm

I've got a few. How about:

242-5112-612-GB1

242-5113-210-BC

242-5113-622-BA

Thanks in advanced.

r0ot5
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Re: MODEL STRING DECODE REQUESTS ONLY

Post by r0ot5 » Mon Mar 14, 2011 3:58 pm

Hi,

I have this radio currently: Model #242-512A-433JH6

What PCConfiure I will need?

regards,

n2rld
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Re: PART NUMBER BREAKDOWN from service Manuals

Post by n2rld » Sun Apr 17, 2011 10:32 am

1.4 PART NUMBER BREAKDOWN
The following is a breakdown of the part number
used to identify this transceiver. Some combinations
are not available.

242-5MFK-ABC-xxD

M (Model)
1 - 5100 series
2 - 51SL series
5 - Ascend series
F (Frequency Band)
1 - VHF (136-174 MHz)
2 - UHF (380-450 MHz) Federal Users Only
3 - UHF (403-470 MHz)
4 - UHF (450-512 MHz)
7 - 700-800 MHz
8 - 800 MHz
9 - 900 MHz
K (Keypad)
2 - Standard, Limited keypad (51xx/52xx only)
3 - Standard, DTMF keypad (51xx/52xx only)
4 - Standard, Limited keypad (55xx only)
5 - Standard, DTMF keypad (55xx only)
6 - Intrin Safe, Limited keypad (all models)
7 - Intrin Safe, DTMF keypad (all models)
A (Antenna)
0 - No antenna
1 - VHF 136-151 MHz
2 - VHF 151-162 MHz
3 - VHF 162-174 MHz
4 - UHF 403-520 MHz
6 - VHF 136-174 MHz
8 - 800 MHz
B (Battery)
0 - No battery
1 - Ultra high capacity, NiMH
2 - Clamshell for alkaline batteries
6 - Intrin Safe, ultra high cap NiMH
C (Front Housing Color)
0 - Black
1 - Yellow
2 - Orange
xx - Software enabled features/options
These “xx” letters indicate other operating protocols
and options that are enabled by factory
programming. Options may include encryption,
OTAR, 512 Talk Groups, Digital SMARTNET/
SmartZone, AES encryption, and others. Use the
Transfer > Read Options From Radio menu
242-5MFK-ABC-xxD




1.4 MODEL NUMBER BREAKDOWN
The radio model number is located on the radio
identification label attached to the bottom cover (see
Figure 1-1). The following is a breakdown of this
number:

242-5MFT-SEC-OADE

M (Model)
3 - 5300 Series
4 - 53SL Series
5 - Ascend Series
F (Frequency Band)
1 - VHF (136-174 MHz)
2 - VHF HB (146-174 MHz)
3 - UHF (403-470 MHz)
4 - UHF (450-512 MHz) Not available
6 - UHF (380-470 MHz)
7 - 762-806 and 806-870 MHz
8 - 800-870 MHz
T (Type)
0 - Motorcycle
3 - Medium Power (40W UHF), Dash Mount
4 - Medium Power (40W UHF,) Remote Mount
5 - High Power (100W VHF), Dash Mount
6 - High Power (100W VHF), Remote Mount
7 - Standard Power, Dash Mount
8 - Standard Power, Remote Mount
9 - Standard Power, Dash Mount Public Works
S (Signaling, Primary)
2 - P25 Conv. Analog/Digital
4 - Special
8 - Analog Mode Only
E (Encryption Type)
0 - No encryption
5 - DES/DES-OFB (SEM*)
6 - DES/DES-XL/DES-OFB (UCM only*)
7 - DES/DES-OFB/AES (SEM*)
8 - DES/DES-XL/DES-OFB/AES (UCM only*)
(* See Sections 1.11 and 1.12.2 for more information.)
C (Configuration)
1 - Six button standard control unit
4 - Dual Controls (Front + Remote)
5 - Handheld Control Unit (HHC)
6 - Dual Remote (Two Rem Ctrl Units)
7 - Transit Bus System
8 - Motorcycle (rotary on-off)
9 - Modified logic, B+ on J5, -280 cable
O (Options
A - Std cable, no installed options (-230)
D - + Data/Accessory cable (-282)
S - + Siren cable (-231)
U - + UI cable (-245)
R - + Remote/Accessory cable (-249)
T - + Dual remote cable (-283)
C - + 2nd control hd cable (-251)
A (Analog or Additional Signaling)
A - No additional signaling
B - P25 and SN/SZ trunking analog/digital
C - SMARTNET trunking
E - SMARTNET/SmartZone trunking
Model Number
Serial Number
242-5MFT-SEC-OADE
GENERAL INFORMATION
1-4
NOTE: With 5300 models, analog voice is standard
with digital SMARTNET or SmartZone signaling.
D (Data Options)
A - No data
B - P25 Conventional Mobile Data
C - P25 Trunked/Conv Mobile Data*
D - Zone Fail, No Data
F - Zone Fail, Conventional Data
G - Zone Fail, Trunking Data
E (Encryption and Security Software)
B - Default (non-OTAR)
C - OTAR P25 conventional and trunked
D - Same as “C” above


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Re: MODEL STRING DECODE REQUESTS ONLY

Post by Intrinsically Safe » Mon Apr 18, 2011 9:30 am

Just a note to expound on the excellent info Karl posted above. Those breakdowns will work for series 1-3 mobiles and portables.
There is a different breakdown for the Series 4 and 6 radios.

I.S.
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Re: MODEL STRING DECODE REQUESTS ONLY

Post by talkfar » Mon Jun 13, 2011 1:14 pm

Hi - trying to see what options are installed on a 5100 VHF Portable: 242-5112-110BT4.
We have three demo units left over from an old project that we are selling.
Thanks much in advance!
Kevin Demery

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Re: MODEL STRING DECODE REQUESTS ONLY

Post by RichTheNoun » Fri Jul 15, 2011 12:19 pm

Hi, Could you tell me about :

242-9843-633

Thanks so much!

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Re: MODEL STRING DECODE REQUESTS ONLY

Post by nvradtec1 » Wed Aug 03, 2011 2:48 pm

242-5123-410GL4 FW 4.8.12

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