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XPR3500 RF adaptor

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arlojanis
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XPR3500 RF adaptor

Postby arlojanis » Sat Oct 08, 2016 6:08 am

I need to test the power output of a XPR3500 transmitter. I found a PMLN6154A RF adaptor for $ 158.03 and a RF adaptor holder for $ 158.03. Do I need both of these? Is there a cheaper way to test?
"The world runs on radio."

n1gtl
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What radios do you own?: XPR5550, XPR7550e

Re: XPR3500 RF adaptor

Postby n1gtl » Thu Oct 13, 2016 1:09 pm

I am not sure of the part numbers but the one I have consists of 3 parts. One is wire with an N-connector on the end and some proprietary connector that it screws onto. The other is a plastic piece. It screws onto the antenna connector to hold a guide in place so you can slide the connector into the radio. I believe the opening for the connector is behind the Motorola label on the front so you'll have to peel that off to get to it. If you're lucky, you wont ruin it and be able to put it back on.

The external antenna connectors for the XPR3000 and XPR7000 series portables are terrible.

N4KVE
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What radios do you own?: XTS3000/5000, TRBO, 900MHZ

Re: XPR3500 RF adaptor

Postby N4KVE » Mon Oct 24, 2016 7:47 am

If you absolutely must have a XPR7550 with a SMA connecter, you can buy this. But it's twice as expensive. GARY
http://www.motorolasolutions.com/en_us/ ... roductinfo

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Re: XPR3500 RF adaptor

Postby escomm » Thu Oct 27, 2016 6:19 pm

N4KVE wrote:If you absolutely must have a XPR7550 with a SMA connecter, you can buy this. But it's twice as expensive. GARY
http://www.motorolasolutions.com/en_us/ ... roductinfo

But not sold nor type accepted for use in the US


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