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Re: dv6500 adaptor pin connection
Color code is probably not the solution. Look in the manual for the pin out. Borrow a volt meter and power up power supply. With meter on dc volts measure voltage and notice polarity. My guess is blue is positive and bule stripe is the return for that supply, Hope this helps.
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Coda has flat D 6 pin with center pin grd for 4 wire vs old arrow 6 pin round black one.
Flat on bottom, count cw 12345 pins w pin 6 center... 2 pin minus 12 v, 4 pin +12v.
For other 4 wire like speed/temp... 1 blue, 3(top) white, 5 pin bot right yellow, 6 center ground for spd/temp.
White for speed wheel, rest not known.
I used 2wire cable and 4wire cable with 2ft pigtails and 3amp fuse in red wire.
I used old radio stereo 2 and 4 pin male female connectors at end of pigtails.
Question: What are the extra wires used for on the power cable for my fishfinder?
I found this on the carmin website under questions and answers. I think your cable is ok to use according to this. -->
Not all of the wires in the harness are required for use. To connect the unit to the power source, only the black & red wires are required (black to ground, red to positive). Here are descriptions of the other wires in the harness:
The Blue wire is used for a NMEA data out connection to another NMEA compatible device. The fish finder outputs NMEA 0183 version 3.01. The receiving device must be compatible with this format and looking for the NEMA sentences DPT, DBT, MTM, or VHW.
The Brown wire is used for a NMEA data in connection to receive data from another NMEA compatible device.
The Yellow wire is used to connect to an external buzzer or alarm to alert you to any alarms which have been set to sound on the device. The Yellow GARMIN wire connects to the negative end of the external alarm. The positive return on the alarm will connect to the red positive wire of GARMIN.
The green, white, and any other colors present have no connection purpose related to your fishfinder. The 18 Pin connector wiring harness is used by several other devices which utilize these wires.
If the device is only being connected to power & do not require a NMEA interface, PC connection, or external alarm support, only the red & black wires are required.
If you make a close verification on the back side of kenwood DNX9980HD 20 PIN HARNESS then you can see a Light Blue wire with Yellow stip ( BLUE/YELLOW) on it with a identification mark as "Remote cont". You have connect this wire to the Brown wire with white strip (BROWN/WHITE) from the 20 PIN HARNESS of AXXESS ASWC . There wil be a brown wire also from this 20 PIN HARNESS of AXXESS ASWC, leave it free insulated. It will not use with kenwood radios. You have to check for LIGHT BLUE with WHITE strip. There is also two other blue wires of which one with white strip. You hve to choose the light blue wire.
Pins look like this: (Top view, not copper side) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 = Thin white wire from thick white cable (Left input) 2 = Gray (Speaker out) 3 = Orange (+V return from volume unit to bass unit) 4 = Not connected 5 = Thin Red wire from thick red wire (Right input) 6 = Blue (+V power from bass unit to volume unit) 7 = Black (GND - if socket removed, solder 3 socket shield holes to each other or solder black wire directly leftmost hole) 8 = Not connected 9 = Shield copper from thick red wire
Shield copper from thick wire : Solder to GND or Left unconnected
3-pair version of (red/green, black/yellow, white/blue). But the first two pairs are not twisted
So it becomes green/red, yellow/black, & white-black/blue. G1/ R2 /3Y /4B /5*Blk/6Blue (this is what you physically see onthe other RJ11 connections since this is a data connection and not a phone connection it should be a straight-through instead of cross-over connection.
These RJ 11 PINOUT assignments may be incorrect because they apply to a color camera instead of B/W
1 SPEAKER (+) 2 VIDEO_OUT 3 GND 4 SPEAKER (-) 5 AUDIO_OUT/ALARM_OUT 6 12V DC
Back of Camera
Clip up, contacts down
RJ11-e starts off like a RJ45 Stranded Patch Cable.
The color code used in stranded patch cables is different from solid-conductor cables. For NorTel Digital Patch Cable (DPC), the coding is;Pair 1: Green & RedPair 2: Yellow & BlackPair 3: Blue & *Orange White\Black
*In Pair 3 the color coding is Blue & Black instead of Blue & Orange and the pair is twisted so that the Blue wire is the 6th pin instead of the 5th pin.
Do you have the harness adaptors? it is best to use these rather than cutting harness. you can swap factory radio back in at later date and they will tell you the wiring ,if not i will try and locate the diagram for you
The internal connect kit consists of 1 red USB connector cable
and 1 internal white male molex connector to SATA female power connector
( 1 yellow wire , 2 black wires , 1 red wire )
the external connect kit
consists of a 3 pin power adaptor (with a tiny plug to save space) feeding a power supply which powers either IDE thru a Molex connector or SATA through a supplied adaptor. Supplied also are data connectors to link the IDE or SATA hard drive with a USB port. Use this adaptor set to retrieve data from a hard drive when it is not mounted in a computer.
568-B Wiring Pair Wires RJ-45 pins 1-White/Blue White/Blue 5 Blue/White 4 2-Wht./Orange White/Orange 1 Orange White 2 3-White/Green White/Green 3 Green/White 6 4-White/Brown White/Brown 7 Brown/White 8 568-A Wiring 1-White/Blue White/Blue 5 Blue/White 4 2-White/Green White/Green 1 Green/White 2 3-White/Orange White/Orange 3 Orange/White 6 4-White/Brown White/Brown 7 Brown/White 8
RJ-45 Pins are with the spring tab down and read left to right. Do you have an RJ-45 Crimping tool?
Just use 568-B or 568-A on both ends of the same cable.