Programming the Relm RH-250, RH-600 and RU-150 radios
This page was developed by Mike Morris WA6ILQ from information
provided by Art KC7GF, a member of the Repeater-Builder Mailing List


Programming the Relm RH-250, RH-600 and RU-150 radios

ENTERING THE PROGRAM MODE :

1. Install jumper (Connect pin 12 on IC-403 to ground)(J401)

2. Turn radio on

3. Press "Program Priority" (puts radio in program mode)

4. Press "10" (clears the display). The radio is now ready to program.

PROGRAM FORMAT : AAAAAA BCDD ZZZZZZ "Enter" Ch No.

Channel Programming Procedure (refer to above format)

1. Receive frequency (Six digits, AAAAAA)

2. Simplex /Repeater Code (One digit, B)
   0 for Simplex
   8 for Repeater

3. CTCSS type (One digit, C)
   0 = Transmit CTCSS and Receive CTCSS 
   2 = Transmit CTCSS, No Receive CTCSS
   4 = Receive Only Channel

4. CTCSS Code (Two digits, DD)
   See table below

5. If an eight (8) was entered for "B",
   then input the transmit frequency
      (Six digits, ZZZZZZ)

6. Press the "ENTER" button on keyboard.

7. Press the channel number that you want
   this data stored.

8. Program the other channels by repeating
   steps 1 through 7 for each channel to
   be programmed.

9. Turn radio off and remove program 
   jumper.

CTCSS Code table for step 4 above
 
TONE	CODE      TONE   CODE   TONE     CODE   TONE     CODE
NONE   -00	97.4 Hz	 11	141.3 Hz 22	210.7 Hz 33
67.0 Hz-01	100.0 Hz 12	146.2 Hz 23	218.1 Hz 34
71.9 Hz-02	103.5 Hz 13	151.4 Hz 24	225.7 Hz 35
74.4 Hz-03	107.2 Hz 14	156.7 Hz 25	233.6 Hz 36
77.0 Hz-04	110.9 Hz 15	162.2 Hz 26	241.8 Hz 37
79.7 Hz-05	114.8 Hz 16	167.9 Hz 27
82.5 Hz-06	118.8 Hz 17	173.8 Hz 28
85.4 Hz-07	123.0 Hz 18	179.9 Hz 29
88.5 Hz-08	127.3 Hz 19	186.2 Hz 30
91.5 Hz-09	131.8 Hz 20	192.8 Hz 31
94.8 Hz-10	136.5 Hz 21	203.5 Hz 32


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