[time-nuts] SSR-6t Connector
ed_palmer at sasktel.net
Thu Dec 20 17:21:59 UTC 2012
I don't think that will work, Paul. The Z3801 is designed for the VT
receiver and uses commands that are not supported by the M12 or the
SSR. I believe there has been discussion on this in the past.
Now, maybe with a bit of arm twisting, whining and grovelling we could
get Synergy to write an emulator for the VT instead of the M12. Since
they've already done the M12, it might not be a lot of extra work to do
the VT. Of course, an adapter board would be required to deal with the
physical differences. I don't know if they already have one.
On 12/20/2012 9:41 AM, paul swed wrote:
> Not to hijack the thread. I purchased a ssr and have not rcvd it yet. But
> my simple interest is to if needed replace the rcvr in my z3801. There have
> been threads on time-nuts that these rcvrs do fail with age.
> My belief is that though the connector on the 3801 may be different and it
> is 5V, essentially connecting the 1 pps TX RX data and power should allow
> this to replace the older rcvr.
> Am I on the right track?
> As a longer term goal and question does this new rcvr actually improve a
> 3801s stability?
> On Thu, Dec 20, 2012 at 10:16 AM, David Martin <
> drmartin at ivietechnologies.com> wrote:
>> I had a Motorola M12+ all hooked up with a RF pigtail and data header so I
>> just unplugged the Motorola and plugged in the SSR-6t.
>> The data connector was purchased from digikey several years ago and the
>> details have been lost in the dust.
>> However it looks like
>> I'm unhappy with the one I'm using as the contacts spring pressure is weak
>> against the connector pin -- I will have to consider looking for a more
>> "firm" fitting data connector.
>> The RF pigtail was also obtained years ago from data-alliance.net - their
>> P3B adapter cable.
>> - Sent from my iPhone -
>> Please Reply To
>> David Martin
>> drmartin at ivietechnologies.com
>> Just curious,
>> what connector/pigtail/adapter board did you use to access the 2x5 1.27mm
>> pitch connector on your SSR-6T.
>> Dale NV8U
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