Radio/Power Interface Cables
These cables can interface a TinyTrak or PicCon to many common handheld amateur radios and a 12V power supply.
These cables can interface a TinyTrak or PicCon to many common mobile amateur radios and a 12V power supply.
Computer Interface Cables
The TT USB cable will connect a TinyTrak3Plus, TinyTrak4, or MT-RTG to a computer USB port for configuring and operating.
In addition, if the TinyTrak is set for 5V on J7 (TT3+) or JP6 (TT4) to power a Byonics GPS, the TT USB will also provide the USB 5V to power the TinyTrak.
It is essentially a USB A to DB-9 female RS-232 serial adapter plus a F-F null modem cable, with the bonus of providing 5V to power the TinyTrak via pin DB-9 4.
Note: The TinyTrak or MicroTrak should NOT be connected to 12V when using the TT USB.
USB cable drivers
The USB-2.5 cable is used to configure MicroTrak and MicroFox devices with a 2.5mm stereo programming jack.
It is a USB A to 2.5mm / 3/32" stereo TRS plug that internally contains the needed USB to RS-232 serial adapter.
This cable was previously called the AIO USB cable. Drivers available above.
The F-F Null is a combination female DB-9 to female DB-9 gender changer and null modem adapter. It is used to connect a TinyTrak3 or TinyTrak4 to a standard DB-9 male computer serial port for configuration or operation.
TT4 Serial Splitter
The TT4 Serial Splitter will split the 2 serial ports available on TinyTrak4 J2 to two separate DB-9 connectors. The computer side is the primary port, contains a null modem adapter and will plug directly to a DB-9 male computer serial port, or USB to serial adapter with male DB-9. The GPS side is the secondary port, will plug directly to the serial female DB-9 plug on a Byonics GPS, and carries the GPS power on pin 4. Note that the Byonics TT USB adapter above will not work on the computer side of this cable, though it will work on the GPS side.
TT4 Serial Splitter
The DB9-2.5 cable is used to configure MicroTrak and MicroFox devices with a 2.5mm stereo programming jack.
It is a female DB-9 to 2.5mm / 3/32" stereo TRS plug adapter that can be used with any computer serial port or standard USB-to-serial adapter, but not the TT USB above. It can also be used to connect a Kenwood D710A, D700A or D7A APRS radio to a computer. Wiring is female DB-9 pin 5 to 2.5mm shield, pin 3 to ring, and pin 2 to tip.
This cable was previously called the AIO Serial cable and the Kenwood D700A/D7A Serial Cable.
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