Radio/Power Interface Cables
These cables can interface a TinyTrak or PicCon to many common handheld amateur radios and a 12V power supply.
These cables can interface a TinyTrak or PicCon to many common mobile amateur radios and a 12V power supply.
Computer Interface Cables
The TT USB cable will connect a TinyTrak3Plus, TinyTrak4, or MT-RTG to a computer USB port for configuring and operating.
In addition, if the TinyTrak is set for 5V on J7 (TT3+) or JP6 (TT4) to power a Byonics GPS, the TT USB will also provide the USB 5V to power the TinyTrak.
It is essentially a USB A to DB-9 female RS-232 serial adapter plus a F-F null modem cable, with the bonus of providing 5V to power the TinyTrak via pin DB-9 4.
Note: The TinyTrak or MicroTrak should NOT be connected to 12V when using the TT USB.
USB cable drivers
The USB-2.5 cable is used to configure MicroTrak and MicroFox devices with a 2.5mm stereo programming jack.
It is a USB A to 2.5mm / 3/32" stereo TRS plug that internally contains the needed USB to RS-232 serial adapter.
This cable was previously called the AIO USB cable. Drivers available above.
The F-F Null is a combination female DB-9 to female DB-9 gender changer and null modem adapter. It is used to connect a TinyTrak3 or TinyTrak4 to a standard DB-9 male computer serial port for configuration or operation.
TT4 Serial Splitter
The TT4 Serial Splitter will split the 2 serial ports available on TinyTrak4 J2 to two separate DB-9 connectors. The computer side is the primary port, contains a null modem adapter and will plug directly to a DB-9 male computer serial port. The GPS side is the secondary port, will plug directly to the serial DB-9 plug on a Byonics GPS , and carries the GPS power on pin 4.
TT4 Serial Splitter
The DB9-2.5 cable is used to configure MicroTrak and MicroFox devices with a 2.5mm stereo programming jack.
It is a female DB-9 to 2.5mm / 3/32" stereo TRS plug adapter that can be used with any computer serial port or standard USB-to-serial adapter, but not the TT USB above. It can also be used to connect a Kenwood D710A, D700A or D7A APRS radio to a computer. Wiring is female DB-9 pin 5 to 2.5mm shield, pin 3 to ring, and pin 2 to tip.
This cable was previously called the AIO Serial cable and the Kenwood D700A/D7A Serial Cable.
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