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Old January 4th 05, 03:23 PM
Lars P. Hansen
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Default Cable layout ATR600-PC ?

Hello,

Does anyone have details on the cable used to transfer a frequency database
from a PC Com port to a filser ATR600 radio? This cable is mentioned in the
manual, but the actual wiring diagram seems to be missing..

Thanks,
Lars Peder
Denmark

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Old January 4th 05, 03:35 PM
Ludovic Launer
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Hello

manual, but the actual wiring diagram seems to be missing..


The wiring can be found in the manual on page 11:

http://www.filser.de/handbuch/atr600instmane.pdf

It's a standard serial RS232 communication to the PC (RX, TX, Ground)

Regards,
Ludovic



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Old January 4th 05, 10:18 PM
Lars P. Hansen
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Thanks, Ludovic. -Why bother reading manuals in detail when you can get the
info Quickly from RAS :?)

Lars Peder

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"Ludovic Launer" wrote in message
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Hello

manual, but the actual wiring diagram seems to be missing..


The wiring can be found in the manual on page 11:

http://www.filser.de/handbuch/atr600instmane.pdf

It's a standard serial RS232 communication to the PC (RX, TX, Ground)

Regards,
Ludovic





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Old January 5th 05, 04:17 PM
Flavio Formosa
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My God...... why did I bother to pack you up with manuals
at all, then? Do read the Flight Manual at least, you
lazy Dane! ;-)))))
Cheers,
Flavio



At 00:3/2 05 January 2005, Lars P. Hansen wrote:
Thanks, Ludovic. -Why bother reading manuals in detail
when you can get the
info Quickly from RAS :?)

Lars Peder

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'Ludovic Launer' wrote in message
...
Hello

manual, but the actual wiring diagram seems to be
missing..


The wiring can be found in the manual on page 11:

http://www.filser.de/handbuch/atr600instmane.pdf

It's a standard serial RS232 communication to the
PC (RX, TX, Ground)

Regards,
Ludovic









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Old January 5th 05, 06:59 PM
Lars P. Hansen
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Hi Flavio,

Well, I just follow the ancient rule:
1) Don't even think of figuring it out yourself
2) Ask anyone around, incl. r.a.s.
3) If all else fails, read the manual.

Don't you do it like that in Italy :?)

Greetings,
Lars Peder
... Looking sooo much forward to get the DG-600 in the air.


"Flavio Formosa" wrote in message
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My God...... why did I bother to pack you up with manuals
at all, then? Do read the Flight Manual at least, you
lazy Dane! ;-)))))
Cheers,
Flavio



 




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