Guralp Systems Limited
Fortis - Technical Manual

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1. Preliminary Notes 2. Introduction 3. Getting started 4. Installation 5. Accessories 6. Calibration 7. Connector pin-outs 8. Revision History

Section Index: 7.1. Instrument 7.2. Power (HCU and BoB)

Chapter 7. Connector pin-outs

7.1 Instrument

This is a standard 26-pin military specification bayonet plug, conforming to MIL-DTL-26482 (formerly MIL-C-26482). A typical part-number is 02E-16-26P although the initial “02E” varies with manufacturer.

Suitable mating connectors have part-numbers like ***-16-26S and are available from Güralp Systems or directly from Amphenol, ITT Cannon and other manufacturers.

Pin

Function

Pin

Function

A

Vertical Acceleration non-inverting

P

Calibration signal

B

Vertical Acceleration inverting

R

Calibration enable

C

N/S Acceleration non-inverting

S

Select 0 – see section 3.3

D

N/S Acceleration inverting

T

Select 1 – see section 3.3

E

E/W Acceleration non-inverting

U

Centre

F

E/W Acceleration inverting

V

not connected

G

not connected

W

Open loop

H

not connected

X

not connected

J

not connected

Y

not connected

K

not connected

Z

not connected

L

not connected

a

not connected

M

-V in (optional split power-supply)

b

0V in

N

Ground and casing

c

+V in

Wiring details for the compatible socket, ***-16-26S, as seen from the cable end (i.e. when assembling).

7.2 Power (HCU and BoB)

This is a standard 10-pin “mil-spec” plug, conforming to MIL-DTL-26482 (formerly MIL-C-26482). A typical part-number is 02E-12-10P although the initial “02E” varies with manufacturer.

Suitable mating connectors have part-numbers like ***-12-10S and are available from Amphenol, ITT Cannon and other manufacturers.

Pin

Function

A

Power input – 0 V

B

Power input - +ve V

C

not connected

D

not connected

E

not connected

F

not connected

G

not connected

H

not connected

J

not connected

K

not connected

Wiring details for the compatible socket, ***-12-10S, as seen from the cable end (i.e. when assembling).

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1. Preliminary Notes 2. Introduction 3. Getting started 4. Installation 5. Accessories 6. Calibration 7. Connector pin-outs 8. Revision History