Guralp Systems Limited
MAN-T60-0002 - 6TD Operator's Guide

PreviousNext

1. Preliminary Notes 2. Introduction 3. First encounters 4. Installing the 6TD 5. Configuration with Scream! 6. Calibrating the 6TD 7. Command-line interface 8. Updating the 6TD 9. Connector pin-outs 10. Specifications 11. Revision history

Section Index: 9.1. Instrument connectors 9.2. Breakout box connectors

Chapter 9. Connector pin-outs

9.1 Instrument connectors

9.1.1 Instrument output port

This is a standard 19-pin military-specification bayonet plug, conforming to MIL-DTL-26482 (formerly MIL-C-26482). A typical part-number is 02E-14-19P although the initial “02E” varies with manufacturer.

Suitable mating connectors have part-numbers like ***-14-19S and are available from Amphenol, ITT Cannon and other manufacturers.

Pin

Function

Pin

Function

A

Power + 10 to 36 V

L

Isolated ground

B

Power 0 V

M

Isolated power 0 V for GPS

C

RS232 transmit

N

Lantronix channel 1 (RS232) transmit

D

RS232 receive

P

Lantronix channel 1 (RS232) receive

E

RTS

R

External trigger output terminal

F

CTS

S

External trigger output link,
normally closed

G

Isolated power
+5V for GPS

T

External trigger output link,
normally open

H

GPS transmit

U

External trigger input +ve

J

GPS receive

V

External trigger input – ve

K

GPS PPS

Wiring details for the compatible socket, ***-14-19S, as seen from the cable end (i.e. when assembling).

9.1.2 Instrument FIREWIRE port

Instruments with the FireWire option have an additional connector for this purpose.

This is a standard 6-pin military-specification bayonet plug, conforming to MIL-DTL-26482 (formerly MIL-C-26482). A typical part-number is 02E-10-06P although the initial “02E” varies with manufacturer.

Suitable mating connectors have part-numbers like ***-10-06S and are available from Amphenol, ITT Cannon and other manufacturers.

Pin

Function

Firewire pin
(4-pin connector)

Firewire pin
(6-pin connector)

A

Ground

connector casing

connector casing

B

TPA +ve

4

6

C

TPA −ve

3

5

D

TPB −ve

1

3

E

TPB +ve

2

4

F

not connected

Wiring details for the compatible socket, ***-10-06S, as seen from the cable end (i.e. when assembling).

9.1.3 Instrument ETHERNET port

Instruments with the Wi-Fi and Ethernet networking options have an additional 6-pin mil-spec plug (02E-10-06P) for this interface.

This is a standard 6-pin military-specification bayonet plug, conforming to MIL-DTL-26482 (formerly MIL-C-26482). A typical part-number is 02E-10-06P although the initial “02E” varies with manufacturer.

Suitable mating connectors have part-numbers like ***-10-06S and are available from Amphenol, ITT Cannon and other manufacturers.

Pin

Function

A

not connected

B

Data transmit +ve (RJ45 pin 1)

C

Data receive +ve (RJ45 pin 3)

D

not connected

E

Data receive –ve (RJ45 pin 6)

F

Data transmit –ve (RJ45 pin 2)

Wiring details for the compatible socket, ***-10-06S, as seen from the cable end (i.e. when assembling).

9.1.4 Instrument Wi-Fi antenna connection

Instruments with the Wi-Fi networking option have an additional connecter which may be used with the supplied Wi-Fi stub antenna or connected via a suitable 50 Ω cable (such as RG58) to a high-gain antenna, as required.

This is a standard, reverse-polarity, female SMA connector (female connector body – i.e. with outside threads - with a male inner pin contact), conforming to MIL-PRF-39012 (formerly MIL-C29012).

Suitable mating connectors are available from Amphenol, Cinch, Johnson and other manufacturers. Typical part nunbers are:

  • Amphenol RSMA1111A1-3GT50G-1-50

  • Cinch 142-4303-401

  • Johnson 142-4307-401

Pin

Function

Centre

Signal

Outer

Ground

9.2 Breakout box connectors

The break-out box connections are arranged as shown in the following diagram:

The individual connectors are described in the following sections.

9.2.1 Breakout box data port

This is a standard 6-pin military-specification bayonet plug, conforming to MIL-DTL-26482 (formerly MIL-C-26482). A typical part-number is 02E-10-06P although the initial “02E” varies with manufacturer.

Suitable mating connectors have part-numbers like ***-10-06S and are available from Amphenol, ITT Cannon and other manufacturers.

Pin

Function

A

RS232 transmit

B

RS232 receive

C

RTS

D

CTS

E

not connected

F

Isolated ground

Wiring details for the compatible socket, ***-10-06S, as seen from the cable end (i.e. when assembling).

9.2.2 Breakout box GPS port

This is a standard 6-pin military-specification bayonet socket, conforming to MIL-DTL-26482 (formerly MIL-C-26482). A typical part-number is 02E-10-06S although the initial “02E” varies with manufacturer.

Suitable mating connectors have part-numbers like ***-10-06P and are available from Amphenol, ITT Cannon and other manufacturers.

Pin

Function

A

Isolated ground

B

RS232 receive from GPS

C

RS232 transmit to GPS

D

PPS

E

not connected

F

Power +5 V

Wiring details for the compatible plug, ***-10-06P, as seen from the cable end (i.e. when assembling).

9.2.3 Breakout box power port

This is a standard 10-pin military-specification bayonet 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

0V

B

+12 V DC supply

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).

PreviousNext

1. Preliminary Notes 2. Introduction 3. First encounters 4. Installing the 6TD 5. Configuration with Scream! 6. Calibrating the 6TD 7. Command-line interface 8. Updating the 6TD 9. Connector pin-outs 10. Specifications 11. Revision history