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Centracom II/II+/Gold Elite Punchblock Pinouts

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Centracom II/II+/Gold Elite Punchblock Pinouts

Postby d119 » Sun Feb 10, 2008 8:53 am

The following chart is laid out as follows:

CAGE SLOT - WIRE PAIR (ON PBLOCK) - PINS ON PBLOCK - FUNCTION

These apply to each cage's "P2" connector where BIM interfacing is performed.

Remember: In Centracom II/II+/Gold Elite, slots 5 & 6 are designated for operator position cards (OMI/TOMI/TTOMI/COIM), and therefore their position numbers on the punch block are not listed.

1: 23 - 48,23: 2-Wire
1: 24 - 49,24: 4-Wire
1: 25 - 50,25: Logging
2: 20 - 45,20: 2-Wire
2: 21 - 46,21: 4-Wire
2: 22 - 47,22: Logging
3: 17 - 42,17: 2-Wire
3: 18 - 43,18: 4-Wire
3: 19 - 44,19: Logging
4: 14 - 39,14: 2-Wire
4: 15 - 40,15: 4-Wire
4: 16 - 41,16: Logging
5: N/A - OP INTF.
6: N/A - OP INTF.
7: 10 - 35,10: Logging
7: 11 - 36,11: 4-Wire
7: 12 - 37,12: 2-Wire
8: 7 - 32,7: Logging
8: 8 - 33,8: 4-Wire
8: 9 - 34,9: 2-Wire
9: 4 - 29,4: Logging
9: 5 - 30,5: 4-Wire
9: 6 - 31,6: 2-Wire
10: 1 - 26,1: Logging
10: 2 - 27,2: 4-Wire
10: 3 - 28,3: 2-Wire

The above explains how to interface BIM's to Tone or DC controlled radios/adapters as far as the wiring goes. Programming will be specific to your application.

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