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How to Program Your Commercial Series Radio with Cps R0510 25

How to Program Your Commercial Series Radio with Cps R0510 25

If you own a Commercial Series radio from Motorola, you may need to update your software to comply with the FCC narrowbanding mandate. The latest version of the Commercial Series Radio CPS (Customer Programming Software) is R0510 25, which allows you to program your radio with 12.5 kHz channel spacing. This article will show you how to download and install the CPS, register the EID (Entitlement ID) for 25 kHz operation, and program your radio with the new software.

Commercial Series Radio Cps R0510 25

Step 1: Download and Install the CPS

The Commercial Series Radio CPS R0510 25 is available on the Motorola Online website. You will need a valid account and password to access the site. Once you log in, go to the Software Downloads section and look for the Commercial Series Radio CPS R0510 25 link. Click on it and follow the instructions to download and save the file on your computer. The file size is about 200 MB, so it may take some time depending on your internet speed.

After downloading the file, locate it on your computer and double-click on it to start the installation process. You will need to accept the license agreement and choose a destination folder for the software. The installation wizard will guide you through the rest of the steps. Once the installation is complete, you will see a shortcut icon on your desktop for the CPS.

Step 2: Register the EID for 25 kHz Operation

The Commercial Series Radio CPS R0510 25 requires an EID to enable 25 kHz operation on your radio. The EID is a code that you need to enter in the CPS to unlock this feature. You can obtain an EID from Motorola by taking a short online course on narrowbanding and passing a quiz. The course is free and takes about 15 minutes to complete.

To access the course, go to and click on the "Take Course" button. You will need to register with your name, email address, and phone number. After completing the registration, you will be able to start the course. The course consists of four modules that explain what narrowbanding is, why it is important, how it affects your radio, and how to program your radio with the CPS. At the end of each module, there is a quiz that you need to pass with at least 80% accuracy.

After passing all four quizzes, you will receive an email from Motorola with your EID code. You will need this code to register your CPS for 25 kHz operation.

Step 3: Program Your Radio with the CPS

Now that you have installed the CPS and obtained your EID, you are ready to program your radio with 12.5 kHz channel spacing. To do this, you will need a programming cable that connects your radio to your computer. You can purchase this cable from Motorola or any authorized dealer.

Before connecting your radio to your computer, make sure that both devices are turned off. Then, connect one end of the cable to your radio's accessory port and the other end to your computer's USB port. Turn on your radio and wait for it to initialize. Then, turn on your computer and launch the CPS by double-clicking on its icon.

The first time you run the CPS, you will need to register your EID for 25 kHz operation. To do this, go to Tools > Options > Entitlement ID Registration. Enter your EID code in the box and click on Register. You should see a message confirming that your registration was successful.

Next, you will need to read your radio's current configuration into the CPS. To do this, go to Device > Read > Read Device Data from Radio. The CPS will communicate with your radio and display its current settings on the screen.

To change your channel spacing from 25 kHz to 12.5 kHz, go to Channel > Channel Spacing > Narrowband (12.5 kHz). You can also adjust other e0e6b7cb5c

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