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Re: [tracker2] "Y" adapter use

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  • Scott Miller
    Yes, GPS voltage is present at both places. It s the DTR signal, which a null modem cable will swap to DSR, which the PC expects as an input and will tolerate
    Message 1 of 2 , May 20, 2009
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      Yes, GPS voltage is present at both places. It's the DTR signal, which
      a null modem cable will swap to DSR, which the PC expects as an input
      and will tolerate to +/- 25v.

      Scott

      John Salyer wrote:
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      > I've have a Y adapter and am trying to find a use for it! I am afraid
      > of plugging it into a computer and Tracker at the same time. Isn't the
      > GPS voltage present at both plugs? That wouldn't be good for the
      > laptop, would it? I was thinking it would be used with the gps on one
      > leg and the computer on the other? Enabling online interaction with a
      > software program?
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      > John, W3MA
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