[App_rpt-users] GM300

George Csahanin george at dyb.com
Fri May 10 20:21:44 EDT 2013


Secode head around here somewhere!
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Jim Duuuude 
  To: Krik Nemzer ; Bryan D. Boyle 
  Cc: app_rpt mailing list 
  Sent: Friday, May 10, 2013 4:54 PM
  Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] GM300


  Wow.. Im sooo inspired... Perhaps I should add dial-pulse signalling to the app_rpt stuff.

  Can you imagine how interesting it would be on a mobile station in a fringe coverage area??

  :-)



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  Date: Fri, 10 May 2013 11:49:48 -1000
  Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] GM300
  From: wb6egr at gmail.com
  To: bdboyle at bdboyle.com
  CC: telesistant at hotmail.com; app_rpt-users at ohnosec.org


  Be nice! One remote still has a tall green can in it (Automatic Electric) DIAL 4 for UHF please.......



  On Fri, May 10, 2013 at 11:44 AM, Bryan D. Boyle <bdboyle at bdboyle.com> wrote:

    or even electromechanical...:)   Strowger switches arestill useful devices, even if outdated...;)

    --
    Bryan
    Sent from my iPhone 5...small
    keyboard, big fingers...please
    forgive misspellings...





    On May 10, 2013, at 17:31, Jim Duuuude <telesistant at hotmail.com> wrote:


      Just a suggestion in general:

      We are ham radio operators. By definition, we have, at least, a certain basic knowledge of
      electronics (as is required to pass our test).

      If two devices are somehow electrically incompatible with each other, use your knowledge of
      electronics to build a simple circuit to interface them together. Converting from one set of
      "levels" to another is REALLY not that difficult.

      That's why we are what we are, and do what we do.

      Jim WB6NIL

      P.S. Or, you can use pin 8  *LIKE EVERY ONE ELSE DOES*!! 




      > From: n5zua at earthlink.net
      > To: app_rpt-users at ohnosec.org
      > Date: Fri, 10 May 2013 16:14:00 -0500
      > Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] GM300
      > 
      > <http://www.batlabs.com/images/gmacc8.gif>
      > 
      > Gotcha. Not sure if you mentioned if yours was a 16 channel or not. If an 8 
      > channel, the above link lists pin 4 as a spare, and instructs that pin 8 
      > should be used for COR active low. Since you mentioned getting voltage out 
      > of pin 4, I'm assuming yours is a 16 channel radio. Folks with an 8 channel 
      > model would not have the option you are using.
      > 
      > N5ZUA
      > 
      > ----- Original Message ----- 
      > From: "Bill Hurlock" <bill.hurlock at cpcomms.com>
      > To: <app_rpt-users at ohnosec.org>
      > Sent: Friday, May 10, 2013 3:54 PM
      > Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] App_rpt-users Digest, Vol 51, Issue 9
      > 
      > 
      > > Here is a clip about PIN 4 in the Accessory plug of a GM300.
      > >
      > > 4 Programmable Output Only This is a radio output port. It is an open 
      > > collector output which saturates to A+ supply when active. It is normally 
      > > used to drive an external relay or sense lead. It duplicates the function 
      > > of J3-3 of the five pin logic board. When active it can source a maximum 
      > > current of 250 mA.
      > > The pin has a 10 K ohm resistor pull-down to ground on the logic board. 
      > > and uses a PNP transistor to switch it up to 12V. This pin does not work 
      > > as an active low pin (i.e. pulling something to ground), only as an active 
      > > high (that is dragging something up to +12v). If you want an active high 
      > > output to drive a reed relay which has the other side of the coil to 
      > > ground, this is your pin (but don't forget to check that the backwards 
      > > diode is present on the coil pins).
      > >
      > > Bill Hurlock
      > 
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