Null Modem / Gender Changer Adapters and Cables
Null Modem Gender Changer for TinyTrak3+ & TinyTrak4
A female to female gender changer and a null modem adapter is needed to connect a TinyTrak3 or TinyTrak4 to a computer serial port.
This adapter is both a female to female gender changer, and a null modem adapter.
It can also be used to connect 2 computer serial ports together.
No special adapter is needed to connect a TinyTrak3 or TinyTrak4 to a Byonics GPS.
Female To Female Null Modem Cable - Built - $8.
With an 18 inch cable. Wiring Diagram
TinyTrak4 Serial Splitter and Null Modem Adapter
This adapter will split the 2 serial ports available on TinyTrak4 J2 to two separate DB-9 connectors.
The computer side in the primary port, contains a null modem adapter and will plug directly to a computer serial port.
The GPS side is the secondary port, will plug directly to a GPS serial DB-9 plug, and carries the GPS power on pin 4.
This cable can also be used to update the TinyTrak4 firmware, and connect with the Configuration software. With it, the above null modem adapter/cable is not needed.
Note: Only the TinyTrak4 Alpha firmware supports the second serial port at this time. Other firmware does not.
TinyTrak4 Serial Splitter - $15.
TT USB Cable
This USB cable will connect a TinyTrak3Plus, TinyTrak4, or MT-RTG to a computer USB port for configuring.
In addition, if the TinyTrak is set for 5V on J7 (TT3+) or JP6 (TT4) to power a GPS2, this cable will also power the TinyTrak from the computer.
It is a USB A to DB-9 female, and is basically a USB to serial adapter plus a F-F null modem cable,
with the bonus of providing 5V to power the TinyTrak via pin 4.
Note: since the TT USB provides power to the TinyTrak, the TinyTrak should NOT be connected to 12V when using the TT USB!
Drivers can be found HERE.
TT USB Cable - $20.
Null Modem Gender Changer for TinyTrakII
A male to male gender changer and a null modem adapter is needed to connect a TinyTrak or TinyTrakII to a GPS.
This adapter is both a male to male gender changer, and a null modem adapter.
No special adapter is needed to connect a TinyTrak or TinyTrakII to a computer.
M-M Null are out of stock. Sorry.
While these cables have been confirmed to work on the equipment listed, you must use them at your own risk.
Byonics is not responsible for damage resulting from these cables.
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