Users may not create topics, posts, or private messages containing or relating to the following material (especially pertaining to Motorola copyrighted software, unless you want Motorola to come along and shut this site down):

  • Listing for sale or trade of, or links to sites offering for sale or trade of, or giving away, Radio
    Service Software (RSS) or Customer Programming Software (CPS)
  • Profanity, pornography, defamation, or slanderous remarks directed towards any individual or entity
  • Commercial advertising (except in the Batboard Vendors forum, as approved by the Admin/Mod Staff)
  • Any other items which may be deemed as offensive

If any topics, posts, or private messages containing or relating to the aforementioned material are brought to the attention of the Admin/Mod Staff, they will be deleted.

Additional FAQ items appear here in Forum Rules. Please review them for posting guidelines and further clarification.

XTVA for MTS2000 - need pinouts for vehicle adapter connecti

This forum is for discussions regarding System Infrastructure and Related Equipment. This includes but is not limited to repeaters, base stations, consoles, voters, Voice over IP, system design and implementation, and other related topics.

Moderator: Queue Moderator

Jim202
Posts: 3567
Joined: Sun Sep 09, 2001 4:00 pm

XTVA for MTS2000 - need pinouts for vehicle adapter connecti

Postby Jim202 » Fri Jan 30, 2009 8:13 am

Looking for the pin out connections for a vehicle adapter for a MTS2000 use.

Manual information I have been given is 6881075C95, but have no way of knowing if the pin
connection information will be in that manual.

Jim

User avatar
nmfire10
Batboard $upporter
Posts: 4109
Joined: Sat Jun 29, 2002 4:41 pm

Re: XTVA for MTS2000 - need pinouts for vehicle adapter connecti

Postby nmfire10 » Fri Jan 30, 2009 9:10 pm

The MTS2000 vehicle adapter is called an MTVA. The XTVA is only for the XTS3000/5000.
http://www.batlabs.com/mtsx.html
"I'll eat you like a plate of bacon and eggs in the morning. "
- Some loser on rr.com

eBay at it's finest:
Me: "What exactly is a 900Mhz UHF CB?"
Them: "A very nice CB at 900Mhz speed!"

:-?


Return to “Base Stations, Repeaters, General Infrastructure”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest