[aprssig] Deluo GPS connector

scott at opentrac.org scott at opentrac.org
Thu Nov 25 00:10:46 EST 2004

Thanks, that's what I was after.  Too bad it's a female connector on the
cable - would be a lot easier to have the female on the tracker and just
plug it straight in.  Oh well.  I'll probably pick up one to experiment


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[mailto:aprssig-bounces at lists.tapr.org]On Behalf Of David Rush
Sent: Wednesday, November 24, 2004 4:41 PM
To: TAPR APRS Special Interest Group
Subject: Re: [aprssig] Deluo GPS connector


I just ran across the pin-out info I had for my Deluo.  Here's what I have
written down.

Looking at the Deluo DIN male plug, with the plastic key near the bottom,
the pins are numbered 1 at lower left, and count up clockwise from there:
   3  4
2  _   5
   1  6

I think this is from the view of the mate to the Deluo's cable (not the
receiver's cable itself).

Pin 1: Data out
Pin 3: +5VDC
Pin 4: Ground


David, KY7DR

At 10:10 AM 11/16/2004, Scott Miller wrote:
>I haven't used any of Deluo's receivers before, but I'm thinking about
>picking one up to play with.  It's not really clear from the website, but
>looks like the GPS receiver itself has a mini-DIN or similar style
>that connects to the DB9, PDA, or USB adapters.  Can anyone tell me exactly
>what type of connector that is, and what the pinout is?  Might as well
>eliminate an adapter if I can.
>Scott, N1VG
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