- I could get the power off the circuit board of the base monitor. Pin it maybe to one of the pins in the 9 pin serial connector. I don t think theMessage 1 of 34 , Jan 8, 2009View Source
I could get the power off the circuit board of the base monitor. Pin it maybe to one of the pins in the 9 pin serial connector. I don't think the monitors use all 9 pins.
Scott, I think you are going to sell a ton of these cables.
--- On Thu, 1/8/09, Scott Miller <scott@...> wrote:
From: Scott Miller <scott@...>
Subject: Re: [tracker2] Re: List GPS units
Received: Thursday, January 8, 2009, 4:43 PM
It could be used for a lot of other translation projects, with a couple
of limitations - first, the TX side going back to the non-Kenwood device
is 0-3.3 volts. And second (and most importantly) it needs power from
somewhere. It's got a regulator, so I think it'll handle at least up to
12 volts (I'd have to check the specs) but you still have to have a
Dwaine Garden wrote:
> I was thinking that the cable could be also used to convert a weather
> station that is not supported by the Kenwood D710a. Write a firmware to
> do the protocol conversation from a Oregon WMR-968/200 to a supported
> weather station on the D710a.
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> *From:* Scott Miller <scott@opentrac. org>
> *To:* tracker2@yahoogroup s.com
> *Sent:* Thursday, January 8, 2009 1:34:07 AM
> *Subject:* Re: [tracker2] Re: List GPS units
> All of my CAD files and such refer to it as GTRANS. Historically,
> whatever pops into my head when I create a new CAD file or C project
> tends to stick, for better or worse.
> avid wrote:
> > --- In tracker2@yahoogroup s.com <mailto:tracker2% 40yahoogroups. com>
> <mailto:tracker2% 40yahoogroups. com>,
> > Scott Miller <scott@...> wrote:
> > >
> > > For a nuvi or StreetPilot, you'll need my converter cable. It's a
> > > 'smart' cable, with a processor inline that does the protocol
> > > conversion. I just built another one by hand today for testing (it's
> > > hooked up to a D710 here on my desk and is plotting waypoints on a nuvi
> > > 350) but mass production is still at least a couple of weeks away.
> > >
> > > Scott
> > Scott,
> > I wrote you in early December about the converter cable and am watching
> > this group and your
> > website for availability. Have you developed a name for the product?
> > That would make it
> > much easier to watch your site or search this group for information. TIA
> > AC7LY
- Scott N1VG wrote... ... Thanks for the reply. It would be nice to hear from a Zumo user, but good to know that at least messaging should work. ... It s too badMessage 34 of 34 , Jan 13, 2009View SourceScott N1VG wrote...
> I don't know if anyone's tested waypoint output on the Zumo series.Thanks for the reply. It would be nice to hear from a Zumo user, but
> The rest should work OK at least.
good to know that at least messaging should work.
> I'm still trying to convince Garmin that the waypoint display is aIt's too bad they didn't "get it right" at least for the T2.
> good thing. They promised that in FMI v2, but what they delivered is
> I talked to more Garmin people at CES, but of course those were allIt's difficult to say how many Nuvis they would sell to the APRS market,
> sales and marketing guys. I do intend to write up something more
> formal to present to Garmin on the subject - something with lots of
> pictures that'll let an executive understand the basics in about 30
but going by the interest in the Nuvi 350 now that it's getting hard to
find, it could be a sizeable number. I've got several friends interested
in the 350.
73 es cul - Keith VE7GDH
"I may be lost, but I know exactly where I am!"