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  • Pin_Head
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    Thanks heaps Billy, you’re a dead set legend.

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  • BillyT4QAMF
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  • Pin_Head
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    Thanks for that Billy, now to work out which pin locations they are on the DB9 plug

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  • Pin_Head
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    Is there a pinout diagram of that MCU cable that shows where the pins in the serial plug go to on the RJ45 plug?

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  • Pin_Head
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    Yeah I did get a photo of my cable at my home venue and it to is white, black, space, white, blue. I tried going orange/white, orange, space, brown/white, brown but still says lanes offline.

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  • Bill LeMieux
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    I'm not sure if this will help you any, but I have, looking at the back of the plug from right to left: WH-BK-Space-WH-BU. There is also another Home Run that's not being used, but has the same configuration: GR-RD-Space-BK-YL.

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  • Pin_Head
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    Turns out they never sent us the cable that goes from the XLi chassis to the MCU, so I have an MCU that was cut by someone at the venue the stuff came from due to the installation they had. So the wires that come from the cable are orange/white, orange, brown/white, brown. How do they go into the RJ 45 plug ?

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  • Pin_Head
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    Originally posted by BillyT4QAMF View Post
    If the MCU you're installing is the USB version, the home run cable is 088000510. Installation instructions are on the portal, look for PN 400088051. If it is an older MCU, the HR cable PN is 088000104. It has a DB 9 plug on the pinspotter end and aan RJ-45 on the MCU end
    Awesome thanks Billy, yeah sadly we have the older MCU, I’d love the USB MCU.

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  • BillyT4QAMF
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    If the MCU you're installing is the USB version, the home run cable is 088000510. Installation instructions are on the portal, look for PN 400088051. If it is an older MCU, the HR cable PN is 088000104. It has a DB 9 plug on the pinspotter end and aan RJ-45 on the MCU end

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  • Pin_Head
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    Is there is an official QAMF part number for the cable ( or converter cable) that goes from the 1/2 XLi chassis to the MCU?

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  • Ted
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    It is not an RJ45, it's called an SDL connector. SDL connectors aren't made any more.The cable goes from the MCU output to the first pinspotter chassis.then, daisy chained to the last pair, ending with a terminator in the last chassis. You can find a cable with an SDL connector and splice into it on the MCU side, and use a DB9 extension cable for the other end. It only uses 4 of the 9 wires. TX + and - and RX + and -.

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  • Ausweegie
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    The RJ45 home run cable plugs into the A on the bottom of the mcu. I’ll send you a pic of it tomorrow morning.

    Peter

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  • Wookie8662
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    The one install I did had a premade cable, with an RJ45 at one end, and a DB9 plug on the other end.
    Contact AMF and see if you can use a regular adapter on the chassis side of the cable.

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  • Pin_Head
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    The only reason I assume there must be a converter cable is at my home venue in Sydney I have 1 cable coming from the MCU which has an RJ45 plug so what converts that to serial plug?
    And im currently in Brisbane helping on an install so I can’t have a “quick look” to see what my centre has.

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