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    Default VRS-750 MCS2000 Accessory connector pins

    Greetings,

    Looking for a Motorola or aftermarket part number for the Accessory connector pins on the VRS-750 or MCS2000 radios?

    Thanks for the help,

    Randy


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    There are various TE/AMP numbers for different plating and how they are presented. Try

    66504-4 (come in a strip)

    1-66505-0 (loose)

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    Thanks for your help, I will get them ordered.

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    WB9VLE,

    There is a seller on ebay that has them listed. He is great to deal with and very reasonable on his prices. I just ordered some VRS 750/MCS2000 pins from him. His store is MRE1032 name is Kurt.

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    Should be just regular female D-sub pins. I've never had any problem using them.
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    I tried some D sub Female crimp pins and the ones I had would not stay in the accessory connector plug. Now it could have all been on me since that was my first time crimping d sub pins.

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    WB9VLE,

    Hello Randy,

    What cable did you decide to go with for making your VRS cable? I am looking at using the multi conductor shielded twisted pair cable from Belden. Just not sure how many pairs is needed so I am going to get the 9992 9 pair cable will have 2 extra pair. With this cable I will be able to separate all the streams so hope there will be no problems with EMI/RFI on the cable between VRS and AS deck.


    Tim
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