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Whelen E2010 encoder pinouts to CDM750 Pinouts

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Whelen E2010 encoder pinouts to CDM750 Pinouts

Postby tyrrenlocquiao » Mon May 10, 2010 12:44 pm

I need the pinouts for the Whelen E2010 encoder DTMF connector and the pinouts for the Motorola CDM750. Thanks

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Re: Whelen E2010 encoder pinouts to CDM750 Pinouts

Postby randymince » Mon Oct 25, 2010 12:29 am

DTMF 1/2 Connector
Pin Signal
1 Push To Talk (Output)
2 Push To Talk (Output)
3 Audio Out (Output)
4 Audio Out (Output)
5 Squelch In (Input)
6 Ground
7 Channel Grant (Input)
8 Audio In (Input)
9 Audio In (Input)
10 Ground

User I/O Connector
Pin Signal
1 Remote Closure 2 Output (Intrusion)
2 Remote Closure 2 Output
3 Remote Closure 1 Output (Low Battery)
4 Remote Closure 1 Output
5 Remote Call Key 1 Input (Call Key 57)
6 Remote Call Key 1 Input (Call Key 57)
7 Remote Call Key 2 Input (Call Key 58)
8 Remote Call Key 2 Input (Call Key 58)
9 Remote Call Key 3 Input (Call Key 59)
10 Remote Call Key 3 Input (Call Key 59)
11 Remote Call Key 4 Input (Call Key 60)
12 Remote Call Key 4 Input (Call Key 60)

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CDM750 Mic Pinout
Pin Signal
1 PB1 (Blue)
2 PB2 (Brn)
3 Hook (Blk/Red)
4 GND (Yel)
5 Mic Audio (Org)
6 PTT (Gry)
7 SCI+ (Grn)
8 Handset Audio (Wht/Org)

Based on the pin out diagram this is how the connector is laid out going into the actual mic jack

Pins L to R going into mic jack
2 1 8 7 3 6 5 4 above pin out
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 mic jack

I hope this helps
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