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Configuration, RRC 1258 / Re: configuration with radio connected?
« Last post by PD1IM on 2018-12-14, 15:06:19 »
Thanks.
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Configuration, RRC 1258 / Re: configuration with radio connected?
« Last post by sm2o on 2018-12-14, 13:26:14 »
The boxes do not need to be connected to the radio and panel when you do the setup

73 de mike
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Configuration, RRC 1258 / configuration with radio connected?
« Last post by PD1IM on 2018-12-14, 01:54:15 »
Hello,

i am new on this forum and trying to connect mij icom 706MK2G with remoterig.
i mad the connection cable for both sides and when i connect them tougether with jt45 connector the set works so the cable must be OK but Do i have to connect the radio and control head of mij icom 706MK2G to both boxes while configuration or first configurate an then connect?

thanks,   Ingmar
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General discussion forum / Re: RR Troubleshooting
« Last post by sm2o on 2018-12-11, 14:29:49 »
If have sent you an email

73 de mike
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General discussion forum / Re: RR Troubleshooting
« Last post by W1UE on 2018-12-11, 14:19:14 »
AFter doing some voltage checks on the RR Control box (detailed in a previous posting), I don't have +8V for the TS480 control head available at any of the 6 RJ11 terminals.  Is it worthwhile to do a reset on the box to see if that re-establishes the voltages?  Or is there somewhere else I can look?

Dennis W1UE
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Configuration, RRC 1258 / Help understanding I/O
« Last post by VK2DAG on 2018-12-11, 09:30:40 »
Hi Guys.

I'd like a clear understanding on the use of the I/O settings please?

My goal is control 3 remote relays with 3 local switches,  Is this possible?  How do I wire them?  Does IN0 = OUT0, IN1 = OUT1 etc?  Do I use I/O or connect?

Or can I only control 2 remote relays with switches, and one remote relay with ON/OFF web page?

Thanks.

Matt  -VK2DAG-
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General / App Period expired
« Last post by 4Z4OQ on 2018-12-09, 14:54:54 »
Hi


I got App Period expired but never had a chance to use it on my S8 phone. how can i try it and how can i buy it

thanks

Ziv
4Z4OQ
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General discussion forum / Re: RR Troubleshooting
« Last post by dj0qn on 2018-12-07, 20:49:02 »
No problem, Dennis, it was only a possibility. You can actually look at the plug and see if only two or if all
wires are connected (may need a magnifying glass if you are close to my age).

73,
Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX
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General discussion forum / Re: RR Troubleshooting
« Last post by W1UE on 2018-12-07, 20:17:45 »
Mitch
I might be inclined to agree with you, except for one big item- if I unplug the cable that goes from the RR Control unit to the TS480 head at the RR Unit, and plug it into the TS480 body, then the TS480 turns on and works.  If you tell me that wiring is different between the two functions of that cable, I'll believe you and get the cable that you specified.  It also appears to have all the 6 connections at both plugs.

Mike
You were partially correct- I was looking for the +8V at the jumpers for the MIC jack, not the TTL jack.  So I turned the unit over, and behind the TTL jack there are two rows of 3 connections that look like they go to the TTL jack.  I measured the voltages at each and this is the result (orientation is the pcb is upside down, and the two rows of connections have the top row, furthest away, with the first connection slightly to the left of the bottom row):
Top row, left most: 0V
Top row, middle: 0V
Top row, right most: 4.98V
Bottom Row, left most: .02V
Bottom Row, middle:" 5.03V
Bottom Row, right most: 3.01V

When I measured the ground connection was between the ground solder pad near the TTL jack, and again at the -DC input connector pad.  In both cases, the voltages were the same.  No 8V.  Per your other suggestion, I made sure that it was in Mode 5, TS480.

Dennis W1UE


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General discussion forum / Re: RR Troubleshooting
« Last post by dj0qn on 2018-12-07, 16:30:26 »
Dennis,

Maybe your problem is that you are using a standard RJ12 telephone cable to connect the two.
That will not work, you need all wires connected and that only uses two. The type of cable is
referred to as an RJ12 6P6C cable, which you can find over the internet.

73,
Mitch DJ0QN / K7DX
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