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Ldg antenna tuner interface

K0SWT
K0SWT Member
I'm sure this has been covered numerous times, I just cant find a thread about it. I just purchased an LDG Z-100 antenna tuner; it works if I hit the tune button in SDR and the button on the front of the LDG tuner. Is there an interface cable specifically for the Flex 6300, and where would it plug into on the back of the radio? Any links or tutorials would be appreciated. 73's K0SWT

Answers

  • K3SF
    K3SF Member ✭✭
    edited March 2020
    NOPE....
    no interface and  cables like the icom

    the way you are doing is the way it works

    I have LDG  AT1000ProII with 6600M and go thru same process before firing up the KPA500

    Paul K3SF



  • Lee - N2LEE
    Lee - N2LEE Member ✭✭
    edited April 2019
    The design behind the LDG is that is does not needs cables. It is automatic.
    With 1000's of memories it stores just about ever frequency you want.
  • F M
    F M Member ✭✭
    edited April 2019
    MFJ IntelliTuner 993B will tune automatically with any transceiver. 
  • KI4P
    KI4P Member ✭✭
    edited May 2020
    I have the 1000PROII also put on auto and works pretty well. Only thing you can't change is antennas, if you have a all band of some sorts your OK, but if a single band wire on both ports your sol!
  • Treg
    Treg Member ✭✭
    edited July 2019
    I find it astonishing that Flex Signature series does not put out an appropriate signal that can be sent to the LDG tuners.  They are absolutely the best tuners on the market.  That lack of a feature prohibits someone from full use of the Flex.  

    I, too, have the 1000ProII - but the auto feature will overdrive the amplifier.  Not worth the risk.

    How hard can it be to send an HSEND signal to a tuner?  smh

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