[time-nuts] Lucent KS-24361 GPSDO arrived today several questions
goetz at g-romahn.de
Sat Nov 8 11:41:23 EST 2014
why don't you just look at the D_Sub connectors. Pins and sockets are
consistently numbered. I do see these numbers even on the J5 interface
connector of my RFTG-1. If needed take a magnifying glass.
Am 08.11.2014 16:56, :
> Even though Bob says it I also screwed up the 15 pin mini.
> To be very clear
> Viewed from the chassis front.
> Male plugs pin 1 left side
> Female plugs pin 1 right side
> But that said the systems running fine now by simply doing the pin 2 and 3
> Next things. Battery backup to the GPS unit then RS422 and communications.
> My unit took a solid 2.5 hours to lock etc. But I was not on the good
> antenna. Instead an inside unit on the bench. Far from optimum. I just did
> not want to screw with the antenna connector and the L + 220 ohm R to fake
> out the GPS unit.
> Thanks for the help every one.
> On Fri, Nov 7, 2014 at 9:14 PM, Bob Camp <kb8tq at n1k.org> wrote:
>> The reason it was listed as #1 on the list is that I made the backwards
>> numbering mistake when I was trying to work out the resistances on the
>> interface connector. I’ve been doing this for > 40 years and I still mess
>> it up on a regular basis. We also seem to get it wrong from time to time
>> when we lay out connector connections on pc boards, but that’s another
>> story altogether …..
>>> On Nov 7, 2014, at 9:09 PM, Alan Hochhalter <alanh137 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I got in a hurry and made mistake #1 listed by Bob a few replies back. I
>>> hooked one up to the RS422/1PPI port transmit pins (same as on J8) and
>>> receiving data fine in the PC so I just hooked up the other pair of
>>> terminals to the receive pins for J8 and couldn't get any response to
>>> I finally found that I had initially connected the Lucent box ouput pins
>>> the wrong terminals on the converter. The Time code data on J6 was still
>>> getting into the PC even though it was connected wrong. So I just wired
>>> the Lucent box input pins to the other pins on the converter that are
>>> really inputs and couldn't get J8 sto work either.
>>> What I ended up with to make it work is: J8-9 to RX-, J8-5 to RX+, J8-8
>>> TX- and T8-4 to TX+.
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