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Data cables are available for use between your PDA and flight logger or GPS.  These cables are made by Larry Goddard and Glenn Tatum with the highest quality Belden 1804A "Star Quad" braided and shielded cable for flexibility and minimal interference.  Every cable is fully tested and a test results data sheet is included with each cable.  A very nice wiring diagram with each wire color listed is included.  Ferrite rings are also incorporated to minimize electrical noise emissions from the data signals.

Cables and Power Converters for Use With a Wide Variety of Soaring Instruments and Pocket PCs
We offer cables for connecting your Cambridge Aero Instruments GPS-NAV or 302, Volkslogger, Borgelt B50, LX Navigation Colibri, Filser LX20, LX5000 or DX50, ILEC SN-10, Garmin GPS or any other GPS or flight computer or logger to your Pocket PC or Palm device.  They provide 5 V power to your PDA as well as 12 VDC power to your GPS or data logger. 

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Modular Design
Some systems utilize the PS-5a High Efficiency Power Conversion Unit which incorporates an efficient DC-to-DC voltage converter to step 12 VDC power down to 5 VDC.  A 2 m cable exits the box for connection to your glider's 12 VDC power system.  The box also has two DB-9 connectors.  One accepts cables for your Pocket PC.  The other accepts cables for your flight computer, flight logger, or GPS.  This modular solution provides great flexibility using the cables listed below.  A complete system from us will be in your glider for years because you will only need to swap one cable when you inevitably upgrade your Pocket PC or GPS in the future.  The system is also great for clubs or syndicates because pilots with different Pocket PC's can each have their own cable for use between the PS-5a power converter and their Pocket PC.  There is no need to swap out the entire system, just replace a single cable.

SPS-1 Dual Power Supply and GPS Data Splitter
The new SPS-1 is designed for use in 2-seat gliders.  It can provide 5V power and pass GPS data through to 2 Pocket PCs.  Details are available here.

GPS-NAV Owners - Read This
GPS-NAV units can provide enough 5V power (500 mA) to run a Compaq Aero 1500 without any issues.  However the power supply is only marginal for powering an iPAQ.  I have been told by customers that their iPAQ h3800 units run fine with the GPS-NAV as long as they fully charge the iPAQ before connecting it to the GPS-NAV.  I use my GPS-NAV to test iPAQ cradles all the time, so I know it can power an iPAQ.  However, if the iPAQ battery is more than a little bit discharged it can draw up to 1A of power.  The GPS-NAV cannot supply that much current.  There is a "resettable" fuse in the GPS-NAV that will stop current flow to the iPAQ.  I believe there is a chance that the GPS-NAV may not log your flight while the fuse is tripped.  A good practice with any PDA is to keep it powered in its cradle on your desk at home when not flying so that the battery will never completely lose its charge.  If you follow that practice you should be fine connecting an iPAQ h3800 or similar directly to a GPS-NAV.  If you don't always keep your iPAQ fully charged, I highly recommend using a Goddard PS-5a and either a PC-x or PGNAV-1 cable.  The PS-5a takes 12V power from your glider battery and provides 5V power to the PDA.  The PC-x cable provides a data connection from the GPS-NAV to the PS-5a.  The PGNAV-1 provides a data connection from the GPS-NAV to the PS-5a and also provides 12V power from the PS-5a to the GPS-NAV - which is nice for portable use.  In my cable and cradle selection table below I recommend the use of a PS-5a.  If you don't use the PS-5a I highly recommend that you keep your iPAQ fully charged.  Newer iPAQs such as the hx4700 or hx4705 draw much more current than the h3800 units so a PS-5a is an absolute necessity with those units.  Note: This is not a problem with the Cambridge 302 and 302A because they can supply much more current to the PDA (900 mA).

Do I really need to Provide Power to My Pocket PC?
I've received a few questions from customers wondering if they really need to provide power to their Pocket PC.  While it's true that the internal battery may last many hours on one charge in normal operation, don't forget that the Pocket PC is using its serial communications port at all times.  Serial communications can reduce battery life dramatically.  So, unfortunately the answer is yes, you will want to power your Pocket PC from an external power source.

Cable Lengths
Our standard cable length is 1 m (3.281 feet).  Some cables are also available from stock in 3 m (9.843 feet) lengths.  Custom lengths are available upon request.

Custom Cables
We are willing and able to provide custom cables for use between any two devices.  Let us know if you are looking for a cable not shown here.  The cables show below should give you a good indication of what is possible.

Sailplane Data Cable Selection Guide
Cumulus Soaring, Inc.

Click on the links to each item in the table to see details and pricing.
The recommended solution is listed at the top of each box.
The prices below do not include the price of the PDA, GPS or gooseneck or articulated mounting arm.
  K6 Bt
BlueTooth
adapter
and
any
BlueTooth
PDA
or
PND
Compaq Aero
1500 or 2100
Series
(5 V)
iPAQ 310,
312, 314,
|316, 318
Travel
Companion
iPAQ h2200
Series
(5 V)
iPAQ hx2100, hx2400, or hx2700
Series
(5 V)
iPAQ h4000
Series
(5 V)
iPAQ h3100,
h3600 or
h3700 Series
(5 V)
iPAQ h3800,
h3900, or
h5000
Series
(5 V)
iPAQ hx4705
(5 V)
Naviter
Oudie
Palm Universal
Connector Interface
PalmT m125 ,m130,
m500, m505, m515, i705
TungstenT T, T2, T3, C, W
Zire 71
Palm
V

 

Sony Clie
PEG-SJ22
ILEC SN-10(S/N: 0-99) ILEC SN-10(S/N: > 99)
 

Cambridge Aero Instruments
 302 or 302A
or
Cable-K6Bt-302-0.3 RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
  Nimbus
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
Nimbus
or
RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
Nimbus
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
Nimbus
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
Nimbus
or
RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
SN10a-Pnl-302-1 Mod-SN10b-Pnl-302-1
Cambridge Aero Instruments
 GPS-NAV

 

GPS-NAV Owners - Please
read the important note
here.
Cable-K6Bt-302-0.3 RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
  Nimbus
PS-5a
PC-x
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
PC-x
Nimbus
PS-5a
PC-x

or
RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PC-x
Nimbus
PS-5a
PC-x
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x
PS-5a
PC-x
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
PC-x
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
PC-x
Nimbus
PS-5a
PC-x
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
PC-x
Nimbus
PS-5a
PC-x

or
RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PC-x
Oudie Cradle

Power/data cable supplied with Oudie
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
PC-x
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
PC-x
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
PC-x
SN10a-Pnl-GNAV-1 Mod-SN10b-Pnl-GNAV-1
EW Model D Logger
& Garmin GPS
w/ round 4-pin connector
(12 V)
 
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
PGaEW-0.5
  Nimbus
PS-5a
PGaEW-0.5
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
PGaEW-0.5
Nimbus
PS-5a
PGaEW-0.5
or
RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PGaEW-0.5
Nimbus
PS-5a
PGaEW-0.5
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

PS-5a
PGaEW-0.5
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
PGaEW-0.5
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
PGaEW-0.5
Nimbus
PS-5a
PGaEW-0.5
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
PGaEW-0.5
Nimbus
PS-5a
PGaEW-0.5
or
RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PGaEW-0.5
  RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
PGaEW-0.5
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
PGaEW-0.5
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
PGaEW-0.5
   
EW microRecorder
(connected to external 12V battery)
Cable-K6Bt-EWmicroRec-0.3
and
Cable-K6Bt-Pwr-2
 
RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
EWmicroRec-DB9f-x
RAM-HOL-PD2
I310-PS5a-1
EWmicroRec-DB9f-x
Nimbus
EWmicroRec-DB9f-x

or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
EWmicroRec-DB9f-x
Nimbus
EWmicroRec-DB9f-x

or
RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
EWmicroRec-DB9f-x
Nimbus
EWmicroRec-DB9f-x

or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

EWmicroRec-DB9f-x
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
EWmicroRec-DB9f-x

or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
EWmicroRec-DB9f-x
Nimbus
EWmicroRec-DB9f-x

or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
EWmicroRec-DB9f-x
Nimbus
PS-5a
EWmicroRec-DB9f-x

or
RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
EWmicroRec-DB9f-x
Oudie Power/data cable
Oudie-EWmicroRec-0p3
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
EWmicroRec-DB9f-x
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
EWmicroRec-DB9f-x
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
EWmicroRec-DB9f-x

  Mod-SN10b-Pnl-EWmicroRec-1
or
SN10b-Pnl-EWmicroRec-1
EW microRecorder
(using internal battery)
with Socket Mobile Power Pack (for PDA)
(12 V)

  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s
RAM-HOL-PD2
I310-PS5a-1
EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s
Nimbus
EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s
Nimbus
EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s
or
RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s
Nimbus
EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s
Nimbus
EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s
Nimbus
EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s
or
RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s
   
Garmin GPS
w/ round 4-pin connector
(12 V)
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
PGa-1
  Nimbus
PS-5a
PGa-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
PGa-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PGa-1

or
RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PGa-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PGa-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

PS-5a
PGa-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
PGa-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
PGa-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PGa-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
PGa-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PGa-1

or
RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PGa-1
  RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
PGa-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
PGa-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
PGa-1
SN10a-Pnl-Ga-1 Mod-SN10b-Pnl-Ga-1
Garmin GPS 16-HVS
(12 V)
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
DB-9f on GPS16
  Nimbus
PS-5a
DB-9f on GPS16

or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
DB-9f on GPS16
Nimbus
PS-5a
DB-9f on GPS16
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
DB-9f on GPS16
Nimbus
PS-5a
DB-9f on GPS16
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

PS-5a
DB-9f on GPS16
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
DB-9f on GPS16
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
DB-9f on GPS16
Nimbus
PS-5a
DB-9f on GPS16
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
DB-9f on GPS16
Nimbus
PS-5a
DB-9f on GPS16
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
DB-9f on GPS16
  RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
DB-9f on GPS16
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
DB-9f on GPS16
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
DB-9f on GPS16
Mod-SN10a-GPS16-x Mod-SN10b-Pnl-GPS16-x
Garmin GPS
w/ rectangular connector
(3.3 V)
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-533a
PGb33-1
  Nimbus
PS-533a
PGb33-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-533a
PGb33-1
Nimbus
PS-533a
PGb33-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-533a
PGb33-1
Nimbus
PS-533a
PGb33-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

PS-533a
PGb33-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-533a
PGb33-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-533a
PGb33-1
Nimbus
PS-533a
PGb33-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-533a
PGb33-1
Nimbus
PS-533a
PGb33-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-533a
PGb33-1
  RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-533a
PGb33-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-533a
PGb33-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-533a
PGb33-1
   
 
Garrecht
Volkslogger
w/ round Binder connector
(12 V)
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
PVa-1
  Nimbus
PS-5a
PVa-1

or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
PVa-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PVa-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PVa-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PVa-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

PS-5a
PVa-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
PVa-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
PVa-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PVa-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
PVa-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PVa-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PVa-1
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
PS-5a
PVa-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
PVa-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
PVa-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
PVa-1
SN10a-Pnl-Va-1 Mod-SN10b-Pnl-VLa-1
Garrecht
Volkslogger
w/ RJ-45 connector
(12 V)
Cable-K6Bt-FLARM-0.3
and
Cable-K6Bt-Pwr-2
RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
PVb-1
  Nimbus
PS-5a
PVb-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
PVb-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PVb-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PVb-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PVb-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

PS-5a
PVb-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
PVb-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
PVb-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PVb-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
PVb-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PVb-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PVb-1
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
PS-5a
PVb-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
PVb-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
PVb-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
PVb-1
SN10a-Pnl-Vb-1 Mod-SN10b-Pnl-VLb-1
Garrecht
Volkslogger
w/ round Binder connector
(12 V)
& Borgelt B50
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
PVaB50-1
  Nimbus
PS-5a
PVaB50-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
PVaB50-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PVaB50-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PVaB50-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PVaB50-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

PS-5a
PVaB50-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
PVaB50-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
PVaB50-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PVaB50-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
PVaB50-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PVaB50-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PVaB50-1
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
PS-5a
PVaB50-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
PVaB50-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
PVaB50-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
PVaB50-1
   
Garrecht
Volkslogger
w/ RJ-45 connector
(12 V)
& Borgelt B50
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
PVbB50-1
  Nimbus
PS-5a
PVbB50-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
PVbB50-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PVbB50-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PVbB50-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PVbB50-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

PS-5a
PVbB50-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
PVbB50-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
PVbB50-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PVbB50-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
PVbB50-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PVbB50-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PVbB50-1
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
PS-5a
PVbB50-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
PVbB50-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
PVbB50-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
PVbB50-1
   
 
ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99)
& CAI 302 or  302A

  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-302-0.5
  Nimbus
SN10b-Pnl-PDA-302-0.5
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-302-0.5
Nimbus
SN10b-Pnl-PDA-302-0.5
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-302-0.5
Nimbus
SN10b-Pnl-PDA-302-0.5
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-302-0.5
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-302-0.5
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-302-0.5
Nimbus
SN10b-Pnl-PDA-302-0.5
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-302-0.5
Nimbus
SN10b-Pnl-PDA-302-0.5
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-302-0.5
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-302-0.5
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-302-0.5
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-302-0.5
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-302-0.5
   
ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99)
& EW microRecorder

  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-EWmicroRec-1
  Nimbus
SN10b-Pnl-PDA-EWmicroRec-1
or
SN10b-Pnl-PDA-EWmicroRec-1
Nimbus
SN10b-Pnl-PDA-EWmicroRec-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-EWmicroRec-1
Nimbus
SN10b-Pnl-PDA-EWmicroRec-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-EWmicroRec-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-EWmicroRec-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-EWmicroRec-1
Nimbus
SN10b-Pnl-PDA-EWmicroRec-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-EWmicroRec-1
Nimbus
SN10b-Pnl-PDA-EWmicroRec-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-EWmicroRec-1
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-EWmicroRec-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-EWmicroRec-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-EWmicroRec-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1

SN10b-Pnl-PDA-EWmicroRec-1
   
ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99)
& CAI GPS-NAV

  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1

SN10b-Pnl-1500-GNAV-1
  Nimbus
PS-5a

SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GNAV-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x

PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GNAV-1
Nimbus
PS-5a

SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GNAV-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x

PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GNAV-1
Nimbus
PS-5a

SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GNAV-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GNAV-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P

PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GNAV-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1

PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GNAV-1
Nimbus
PS-5a

SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GNAV-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x

PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GNAV-1
Nimbus
PS-5a

SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GNAV-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x

PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GNAV-1
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1

PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GNAV-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1

PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GNAV-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1

PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GNAV-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1

PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GNAV-1
   
ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99)
& Garmin GPS16-HVS
(12 V)
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS16-x
  Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS16-x
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS16-x
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS16-x
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS16-x
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS16-x
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS16-x
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS16-x
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS16-x
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS16-x
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS16-x
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS16-x
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS16-x
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS16-x
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS16-x
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS16-x
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS16-x
   
ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99)
& Garmin GPS35-HVS
(12 V)
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS35-x
  Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS35-x
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS35-x
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS35-x
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS35-x
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS35-x
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS35-x
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS35-x
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS35-x
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS35-x
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS35-x
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS35-x
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS35-x
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS35-x
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS35-x
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS35-x
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS35-x
   
ILEC SN-10 (S/N: 0-99)
& Garmin GPS
w/ round 4-pin connector
(12 V)
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
SN10a-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
  Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10a-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10a-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10a-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10a-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10a-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

PS-5a
SN10a-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
SN10a-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
SN10a-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10a-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10a-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10a-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10a-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
PS-5a
SN10a-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
SN10a-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
SN10a-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
SN10a-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
   
ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99)
& Garmin GPS
w/ round 4-pin connector
(12 V)
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
  Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1
   
 
ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99)
and
LX Navigation
Colibri
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Colibri-1
  Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Colibri-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Colibri-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Colibri-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Colibri-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Colibri-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Colibri-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Colibri-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Colibri-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Colibri-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Colibri-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Colibri-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Colibri-1
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Colibri-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Colibri-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Colibri-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Colibri-1
   
ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99)
and
Themi
from Scheffel Automation

Connection is to the
DB-9m connector
on the Themi wiring harness.
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Themi-1
  Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Themi-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Themi-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Themi-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Themi-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Themi-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Themi-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Themi-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Themi-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Themi-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Themi-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Themi-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Themi-1
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Themi-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Themi-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Themi-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Themi-1
   
ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99)
& Garrecht
Volkslogger
w/ RJ-45 connector
(12 V)
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLb-1
  Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLb-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLb-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLb-1

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLb-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLb-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLb-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLb-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLb-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLb-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLb-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLb-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLb-1
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLb-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLb-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLb-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLb-1
   
IMI Erixx
                  Oudie Cradle
Oudie-Erixx-1
         
LXNAV
Nano

 
 
RAM-HOL-PD2
NanoPower cable
I310-NanoPwr-1
or
Cable-Nano-I310-SMPP-1
Nimbus
NanoPower cable
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38-NanoPwr-1
Cable-Nano-SMPP-DB9F-1
Nimbus
NanoPower cable
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38-NanoPwr-1
Cable-Nano-SMPP-DB9F-1
Nimbus
NanoPower cable
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38-NanoPwr-1
Cable-Nano-SMPP-DB9F-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
NanoPower cable
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37-NanoPwr-1
Cable-Nano-SMPP-DB9F-1
Nimbus
NanoPower cable
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38-NanoPwr-1
Cable-Nano-SMPP-DB9F-1
Nimbus
NanoPower cable
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38-NanoPwr-1
Cable-Nano-SMPP-DB9F-1
Oudie Cradle
NanoPower cable
Oudie-NanoPwr-1
or
Cable-Nano-Oudie-SMPP-1
         
 
LX Navigation
Colibri
(12 V)
Cable-K6Bt-Colibri-0.3
and
Cable-K6Bt-Pwr-2
RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
PFC-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
I310-PS5a-1
PS-5a
PFC-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PFC-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
PFC-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PFC-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PFC-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PFC-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x
PS-5a
PFC-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
PFC-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
PFC-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PFC-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
PFC-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PFC-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PFC-1
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
PS-5a
PFC-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
PFC-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
PFC-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
PFC-1
  Mod-SN10b-Pnl-Colibri-1
$49
LX Navigation
Colibri
(12 V)
& Borgelt B50
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
PColibriB50-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
I310-PS5a-1
PS-5a
PColibriB50-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PColibriB50-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
PColibriB50-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PColibriB50-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PColibriB50-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PColibriB50-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

PS-5a
PColibriB50-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
PColibriB50-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
PColibriB50-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PColibriB50-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
PColibriB50-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PColibriB50-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PColibriB50-1
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
PS-5a
PColibriB50-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
PColibriB50-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
PColibriB50-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
PColibriB50-1
   
LX Navigation Colibri
and Cambridge L-NAV or S-NAV
(12 V)
+
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
PColibriLNAV-1
  Nimbus
PS-5a
PColibriLNAV-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
PColibriLNAV-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PColibriLNAV-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PColibriLNAV-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PColibriLNAV-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x
PS-5a
PColibriLNAV-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
PColibriLNAV-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
PColibriLNAV-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PColibriLNAV-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
PColibriLNAV-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PColibriLNAV-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PColibriLNAV-1
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
PS-5a
PColibriLNAV-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
PColibriLNAV-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
PColibriLNAV-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
PColibriLNAV-1
   
LX Navigation
LX20 (old)
(12 V)
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
PLX20a-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
I310-PS5a-1
PS-5a
PLX20a-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PLX20a-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
PLX20a-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PLX20a-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PLX20a-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PLX20a-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

PS-5a
PLX20a-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
PLX20a-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
PLX20a-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PLX20a-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
PLX20a-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PLX20a-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PLX20a-1
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
PS-5a
PLX20a-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
PLX20a-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
PLX20a-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
PLX20a-1
   
LX Navigation LX20_2000 (new)
(12 V)
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
PLX20b-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
I310-PS5a-1
PS-5a
PLX20b-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PLX20b-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
PLX20b-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PLX20b-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PLX20b-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PLX20b-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x

PS-5a
PLX20b-1
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
PLX20b-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
PLX20b-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PLX20b-1
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
PLX20b-1
Nimbus
PS-5a
PLX20b-1
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PLX20b-1
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
PS-5a
PLX20b-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
PLX20b-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
PLX20b-1
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
PLX20b-1
   
 
LX Navigation
DX50, LX5000, or LX7000
or or
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
RAM-HOL-PD2
I310-PS5a-1
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
Nimbus
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
Nimbus
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
Nimbus
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
Nimbus
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
Nimbus
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
Oudie Cradle
Oudie-PS5a-1
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
   
Themi
from Scheffel Automation

Connection is to the
DB-9m connector
on the Themi Cockpit Wiring Harness.
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
  Nimbus
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
Nimbus
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
Nimbus
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
Nimbus
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
Nimbus
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
  RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
PXF-0.5
  SN10b-Pnl-Themi-1
$69
Themi
from Scheffel Automation

Connection is to the
DB-9f connector on the Themi IGC Data and Power Cable
  RAM-HOL-PD2
AeroC-1
PS-5a
  Nimbus
PS-5a
or
RAM-HOL-CO3
I38C-x
PS-5a
Nimbus
PS-5a
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
Nimbus
PS-5a
or
RAM-HOL-CO4
I38C-x
PS-5a
Modified
RAM-HOL-CO2P
PS-5a
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I37C-1
PS-5a
Nimbus
PS-5a
or
RAM-HOL-CO1
I38C-x
PS-5a
Nimbus
PS-5a
or

RAM-HOL-PD2
I38C-x
PS-5a
  RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmUCIC-1
PS-5a
RAM-HOL-PD2
PalmVC-1
PS-5a
RAM-HOL-PD2
SCSJ22C-1
PS-5a
  SN10b-Pnl-Themi-0.5
$69


Alphabetical Product List

Part # Description Photo
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Price
(US$)

Lead-time
AeroC-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Compaq Aero 1500 or 2100 series Pocket PC to Cambridge GPS-NAV, DDV 302 or Goddard PS-5a, Aero connector -> DB-9m, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power to the Pocket PC.  $55.00 No
Longer
Available
 
AeroC-3 Cable, 3 m (9.843 feet), Compaq Aero 1500 or 2100 series Pocket PC to Cambridge GPS-NAV, DDV 302 or Goddard PS-5a, Aero connector -> DB-9m, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power from the Cambridge device to the Pocket PC.  $65.00 No
Longer
Available
 
AeroX-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Compaq Aero 1500 or 2100 series Pocket PC to bare leads, Aero connector -> unconnected wires, Provides access to Power In (+5V), Ground, Data In, and Data Out. Use to connect to various GPS units, flight loggers, etc. $50.00 No
Longer
Available
 
AeroX-3 Cable, 3 m (9.843 feet), Compaq Aero 1500 or 2100 series Pocket PC to bare leads, Aero connector -> unconnected wires, Provides access to Power In (+5V), Ground, Data In, and Data Out. Use to connect to various GPS units, flight loggers, etc. $60.00 No
Longer
Available
 
AV8OR-PS5a-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Bendix King AV8OR to Goddard PS-5a Power Converter
This cable is used to connect a Bendix King AV8OR to a Goddard PS-5a power converter. A DB-9m connector goes to the PS-5a.  A special high-density mini-USB connector is used for the data connection on the AV8OR and a barrel connector is used for the 5V power connection on the AV8OR. 

I tested this cable connected directly to a Cambridge 302 and found that even with a full battery in the AV8OR, the 302 could not provide enough power for the AV8OR.  The 302's vario needle was moving randomly around the scale which the AV8OR was connected.  However, the Goddard PS-5a power converter worked great with the AV8OR.  Therefore, to connect to a 302, you would need this cable, a PS-5a power converter and a PC-x cable. 

To connect to a Colibri you would use this cable, a Goddard PS-5a power converter and a PFC-1 cable. 

To connect to an EW microRecorder you would use this cable, a Goddard PS-5a power converter and a PEWmicroRec-0.3 cable.

$120.00 In
Stock
AV8OR-LX7000-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Bendix King AV8OR to LX7000 or LX1600
This cable is used to connect a Bendix King AV8OR to an LX7000 or LX1600. A DB-9m connector goes to the LX7000 or LX1600.  A special high-density mini-USB connector is used for the data connection on the AV8OR and a barrel connector is used for the 5V power connection on the AV8OR.

I have not tested this cable with an LX1600 or LX7000 yet, so I don't know whether or not the LX7000 or LX1600 will be able to provide enough power for the AV8OR.  If that makes you nervous, you can instead use an AV8OR-PS5a-1 cable with a Goddard PS-5a power converter and a PXF-0.5 cable.  Or, if this cable doesn't work for you, you can re-wire the DB-9m connector to match the connections in the AV8OR-PS5a-1 cable and then use it with a Goddard PS-5a power converter and a PXF-0.5 cable.

$120.00 3 weeks
AV8ORACE-PS5a-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Bendix King AV8OR ACE to Goddard PS-5a Power Converter
This cable is used to connect a Bendix King AV8OR ACE to a Goddard PS-5a power converter. A DB-9m connector goes to the PS-5a.  A special high-density mini-USB connector is used for the data connection on the AV8OR ACE and a barrel connector is used for the 5V power connection on the AV8OR ACE. 

Note: This cable has not been tested with an AV8OR ACE yet.  I don't know whether or not the PS-5a will be able to provide enough current to power for the AV8OR ACE. 

A Cambridge 302 would not be able to provide enough power for the AV8OR ACE.  However, the Goddard PS-5a power converter should work fine with the AV8OR ACE.  Therefore, to connect to a 302, you would need this cable, a PS-5a power converter and a PC-x cable. 

To connect to a Colibri you would use this cable, a Goddard PS-5a power converter and a PFC-1 cable. 

To connect to an EW microRecorder you would use this cable, a Goddard PS-5a power converter and a PEWmicroRec-0.3 cable.

Similar to photo above, but both the power and data connectors are on the same end of the AV8OR ACE. $120.00 3 weeks
BC-NB2 Battery Harness with Inline Fuse and Anderson Powerpole Connectors - with lugs for NB2 nut and bolt battery connectors
This is a clean and simple wiring harness for connecting glider electronics to a glider battery.  It includes lugs for connection to "NB2" nut and bolt battery terminals.  Anderson Powerpole connectors are used to make it easy to disconnect the battery for charging at the end of the day.  One Anderson Powerpole connector is used on the wiring harness, and another one is provided for connection to the glider electronics.  An inline automotive style fuse holder is used between the Anderson Powerpole connector and the battery connectors.  A 5A fuse is included.  Double-sided tape is provided on the fuse holder so it can be secured to the battery.  The Anderson Powerpole connectors are designed such that it is impossible to connect them backwards.

Important Note: Always use a fuse at the battery.  If you don't use a fuse at the battery, a short in the system could cause a fire.  An in-flight fire in the cockpit is obviously very dangerous.  

You may want to purchase an additional Anderson Powerpole connector for use on the battery charger cable.

Assembly Instructions for Anderson Powerpole connectors
I recommend printing out both of the instructions documents below.
PowerpoleAssemblyInstructions-Overview.pdf
PowerpoleAssemblyInstructions-Detailed.pdf

The battery connectors
are round lugs.

$30 In Stock
BC-P11 Battery Harness with Inline Fuse and Anderson Powerpole Connectors - with 0.187" Female Spade "FASTON" connectors
This is a clean and simple wiring harness for connecting glider electronics to a glider battery.  It includes 0.187" female spade "FASTON" connectors for connection to the battery's male spade connectors.  Anderson Powerpole connectors are used to make it easy to disconnect the battery for charging at the end of the day.  One Anderson Powerpole connector is used on the wiring harness, and another one is provided for connection to the glider electronics.  An inline automotive style fuse holder is used between the Anderson Powerpole connector and the battery connectors.  A 5A fuse is included.  Double-sided tape is provided on the fuse holder so it can be secured to the battery.  The Anderson Powerpole connectors are designed such that it is impossible to connect them backwards.

Important Note: Always use a fuse at the battery.  If you don't use a fuse at the battery, a short in the system could cause a fire.  An in-flight fire in the cockpit is obviously very dangerous.  

You may want to purchase an additional Anderson Powerpole connector for use on the battery charger cable.

Assembly Instructions for Anderson Powerpole connectors
I recommend printing out both of the instructions documents below.
PowerpoleAssemblyInstructions-Overview.pdf
PowerpoleAssemblyInstructions-Detailed.pdf

$30 In Stock
BC-P22 Battery Harness with Inline Fuse and Anderson Powerpole Connectors - with 0.250" Female Spade "FASTON" connectors
This is a clean and simple wiring harness for connecting glider electronics to a glider battery.  It includes 0.250" female spade "FASTON" connectors for connection to the battery's male spade connectors.  Anderson Powerpole connectors are used to make it easy to disconnect the battery for charging at the end of the day.  One Anderson Powerpole connector is used on the wiring harness, and another one is provided for connection to the glider electronics.  An inline automotive style fuse holder is used between the Anderson Powerpole connector and the battery connectors.  A 5A fuse is included.  Double-sided tape is provided on the fuse holder so it can be secured to the battery.  The Anderson Powerpole connectors are designed such that it is impossible to connect them backwards.

Important Note: Always use a fuse at the battery.  If you don't use a fuse at the battery, a short in the system could cause a fire.  An in-flight fire in the cockpit is obviously very dangerous.  

You may want to purchase an additional Anderson Powerpole connector for use on the battery charger cable.

Assembly Instructions for Anderson Powerpole connectors
I recommend printing out both of the instructions documents below.
PowerpoleAssemblyInstructions-Overview.pdf
PowerpoleAssemblyInstructions-Detailed.pdf

$30 In Stock
Binder-Connector Round 5-pin Binder power/data connector, male, right angle, for use with older Volksloggers
This right angle connector can be used to connect 12V power and GPS data to/from the VL.  A wiring diagram is below.

Pin 1: Ground/Common
Pin 2: +12 VDC Power Input
Pin 3:

Pin 4: VL RS-232 Transmit (NMEA Data Output)
Pin 5: VL RS-232 Receive

Connector Dimensions and Component Breakout

$24.95 In Stock
Cable-Ant-RG58-BNCm-BNCm-3 Cable, 3 m (9.84 ft), Antenna, with male BNC connectors at both ends
RG-58 antenna cable with male BNC connectors at both ends
$40 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-RG58-BNCm-BNCm-5 Cable, 5 m (16.4 ft), Antenna, with male BNC connectors at both ends
RG-58 antenna cable with male BNC connectors at both ends
Same as above, but with a longer cable $45 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-RG58-BNCm-BNCm-7 Cable, 7 m (23 ft), Antenna, with male BNC connectors at both ends
RG-58 antenna cable with male BNC connectors at both ends
Same as above, but with a longer cable $50 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-RG58-BNCm-BNCm-9 Cable, 9 m (29.5 ft), Antenna, with male BNC connectors at both ends
RG-58 antenna cable with male BNC connectors at both ends
Same as above, but with a longer cable $55 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-RG58-BNCm-NC-3 Cable, 3 m (9.84 ft), Antenna, with a male BNC connector at one end
RG-58 antenna cable with a male BNC connector at one end and no connector at the other end.  This cable is perfect for use with antennas that have solder connections rather than a BNC connector.
$35 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-RG58-BNCm-NC-5 Cable, 5 m (16.4 ft), Antenna, with a male BNC connector at one end
RG-58 antenna cable with a male BNC connector at one end and no connector at the other end.  This cable is perfect for use with antennas that have solder connections rather than a BNC connector.
Same as above, but with a longer cable $40 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-RG58-BNCm-NC-7 Cable, 7 m (23 ft), Antenna, with a male BNC connector at one end
RG-58 antenna cable with a male BNC connector at one end and no connector at the other end.  This cable is perfect for use with antennas that have solder connections rather than a BNC connector.
Same as above, but with a longer cable $45 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-RG58-BNCm-NC-9 Cable, 9 m (29.5 ft), Antenna, with a male BNC connector at one end
RG-58 antenna cable with a male BNC connector at one end and no connector at the other end.  This cable is perfect for use with antennas that have solder connections rather than a BNC connector.
Same as above, but with a longer cable $50 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-LMR240-BNCm-TNCm-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 ft), Antenna, with male BNC and male TNC Connectors
LMR240 antenna cable with a male BNC connectors at one end and a male TNC connector (for transponder) at the other end.
Same as below, but with a shorter cable $45 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-LMR240-BNCm-TNCm-3 Cable, 3 m (9.84 ft), Antenna, with male BNC and male TNC Connectors
LMR240 antenna cable with a male BNC connectors at one end and a male TNC connector (for transponder) at the other end.
$50 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-LMR240-BNCm-TNCm-5 Cable, 5 m (16.4 ft), Antenna, with male BNC and male TNC Connectors
LMR240 antenna cable with a male BNC connectors at one end and a male TNC connector (for transponder) at the other end.
Same as above, but with a longer cable $55 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-LMR240-BNCm-TNCm-7 Cable, 7 m (23.0 ft), Antenna, with male BNC and male TNC Connectors
LMR240 antenna cable with a male BNC connectors at one end and a male TNC connector (for transponder) at the other end.
Same as above, but with a longer cable $60 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-RG58-BNCm-UHFPL259-5 Cable, 5 m (16.4 ft), Antenna, with male BNC and male UHF PL259 Connectors
RG-58 antenna cable with a male BNC connectors at one end and a male UHF PL259 connector (for Larsen Base Station Antenna) at the other end. The UHF PL259 connector connects to the female SO239 connector on the antenna.
  $40 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-SMA-2m Cable, 2 m (6.56 feet), Antenna, SMA
Extension cable with standard-polarity SMA connectors for use with PowerFLARM Portable Remote FLARM antenna and PowerFLARM Core (Brick) ADS-B antennas. It does not work with the PowerFLARM Portable's main FLARM or ADS-B antennas). It does not work PowerFLARM Core's FLARM A or FLARM B antennas. The connector at the FLARM end has internal (female) threads and a pin.  The connector at the antenna end has external (male) threads and a hole (not a pin).  The connector at the antenna end is "bulkhead" connector - meaning that it has long threads and a nut and flange and lock washer which can be used to mount the connector through a hole in a panel or small L-bracket mounting adapter (customer supplied). 

Cable Specifications: RG316/U, 50 ohm, low loss (29db/100' at 1GHZ)

$52 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-SMA-BNC-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Antenna, SMA Standard-Polarity to BNC male
Cablewith SMA (standard polarity) connector with female threads and a pin on one end and a male BNC connector with female socket and pin on the other end. Can be used to connect a FLARM shark fin antenna to the FLARM B port on a PowerFLARM Portable.
  $45 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-SMA-BNC-3 Cable, 3 m (9.843 feet), Antenna, SMA Standard-Polarity to BNC male
Cablewith SMA (standard polarity) connector with female threads and a pin on one end and a male BNC connector with female socket and pin on the other end. Can be used to connect a FLARM shark fin antenna to the FLARM B port on a PowerFLARM Portable.
  $50 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-SMA-BNC-5 Cable, 5 m (16.4 feet), Antenna, SMA Standard-Polarity to BNC male
Cablewith SMA (standard polarity) connector with female threads and a pin on one end and a male BNC connector with female socket and pin on the other end. Can be used to connect a FLARM shark fin antenna to the FLARM B port on a PowerFLARM Portable.
  $55 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-SMA-RP-1ft Cable, 1 ft (30.5 cm), Antenna, SMA, Reverse-Polarity
Extension cable with reverse-polarity SMA connectors for use with PowerFLARM Portable FLARM antenna and ADS-B/Transponder antenna and the PowerFLARM Core's FLARM A and FLARM B antennas.  It does not work with the PowerFLARM Portable's remote FLARM antenna. It does not work with the PowerFLARM Core's ADS-B antenna. The connector at the FLARM end has internal threads and a hole (not a pin).  The connector at the antenna end has external threads and a pin.  The connector at the antenna end is "bulkhead" connector - meaning that it has long threads and a nut and flange and lock washer which can be used to mount the connector through a hole in a panel or small L-bracket mounting adapter (customer supplied). 

Cable Specifications: RG316/U, 50 ohm, low loss (29db/100' at 1GHZ)

$40 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-SMA-RP-2ft Cable, 2 ft (61.0 cm), Antenna, SMA, Reverse-Polarity
Extension cable with reverse-polarity SMA connectors for use with PowerFLARM Portable FLARM antenna and ADS-B/Transponder antenna and the PowerFLARM Core's FLARM A and FLARM B antennas.  It does not work with the PowerFLARM Portable's remote FLARM antenna. It does not work with the PowerFLARM Core's ADS-B antenna. The connector at the FLARM end has internal threads and a hole (not a pin).  The connector at the antenna end has external threads and a pin.  The connector at the antenna end is "bulkhead" connector - meaning that it has long threads and a nut and flange and lock washer which can be used to mount the connector through a hole in a panel or small L-bracket mounting adapter (customer supplied). 

Cable Specifications: RG316/U, 50 ohm, low loss (29db/100' at 1GHZ)


1 foot long version shown
$42 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-SMA-RP-3ft Cable, 3 ft (91.4 cm), Antenna, SMA, Reverse-Polarity
Extension cable with reverse-polarity SMA connectors for use with PowerFLARM Portable FLARM antenna and ADS-B/Transponder antenna and the PowerFLARM Core's FLARM A and FLARM B antennas.  It does not work with the PowerFLARM Portable's remote FLARM antenna. It does not work with the PowerFLARM Core's ADS-B antenna. The connector at the FLARM end has internal threads and a hole (not a pin).  The connector at the antenna end has external threads and a pin.  The connector at the antenna end is "bulkhead" connector - meaning that it has long threads and a nut and flange and lock washer which can be used to mount the connector through a hole in a panel or small L-bracket mounting adapter (customer supplied). 

Cable Specifications: RG316/U, 50 ohm, low loss (29db/100' at 1GHZ)

$44 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-SMA-RP-BNC-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Antenna, SMA Reverse-Polarity to BNC male
Cable with SMA RP (reverse polarity) connector with female threads and no pin on one end and a male BNC connector with female socket and pin on the other end. Can be used to connect a FLARM shark fin antenna to either FLARM port on a PowerFLARM Core or the FLARM A port on a PowerFLARM Portable.
  $45 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-SMA-RP-BNC-3 Cable, 3 m (9.843 feet), Antenna, SMA Reverse-Polarity to BNC male
Cable with SMA RP (reverse polarity) connector with female threads and no pin on one end and a male BNC connector with female socket and pin on the other end. Can be used to connect a FLARM shark fin antenna to either FLARM port on a PowerFLARM Core or the FLARM A port on a PowerFLARM Portable.
  $50 In
Stock
Cable-Ant-SMA-RP-BNC-5 Cable, 5 m (16.4 feet), Antenna, SMA Reverse-Polarity to BNC male
Cable with SMA RP (reverse polarity) connector with female threads and no pin on one end and a male BNC connector with female socket and pin on the other end. Can be used to connect a FLARM shark fin antenna to either FLARM port on a PowerFLARM Core or the FLARM A port on a PowerFLARM Portable.
  $55 In
Stock
Cable-Becker-AR6201-SpBox-3

Cable, 3 m (9.843 feet), Wiring Harness for Becker AR6201 or RT6201
This wiring harness is highly recommended.  It makes it very easy to install the AR6201 or RT6201 radio and connect it to the Becker-1PL042 Speaker and Wiring Junction Box.  All connections are labeled.  This not only makes installation fast and error-free, but also makes long term maintenance much easier. 

 

$195 In
Stock
Cable-Becker-RCU6201-0p5

Cable, 0.5 m (19.7 inches), Wiring Harness for RCU6201 Remote Control Unit
Used to connect the "P1" port on the RCU6201 remote control head to the "J1" connector on the AR6201 or RT6201 radio unit. The RCU6201 is powered by the AR6201 or RT6201.

 

 

$95 In
Stock
Cable-Becker-RCU6201-3

Cable, 3 m (9.843 feet), Wiring Harness for RCU6201 Remote Control Unit
Used to connect the "P1" port on the RCU6201 remote control head to the "J1" connector on the AR6201 or RT6201 radio unit. The RCU6201 is powered by the AR6201 or RT6201.

 

 

$105 In
Stock
Cable-ClearNav-PFLARMDB9m-1

Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), ClearNav Nexus Box to PowerFLARM Brick DB-9 connector and 12V Power
For connecting a ClearNav Nexus box to a PowerFLARM Brick's DB-9 connector. The cable has red and black power leads for supplying 12V power to the PowerFLARM Brick. A 6-conductor RJ connector plugs into the ClearNav's Nexus box and a DB-9m connector connects to the PowerFLARM Brick.

Be sure to power-up the FLARM before (or at the same time) you power-up the ClearNav so the ClearNav will see the data from the FLARM when it searches for data input.
 

$60 In
Stock
Cable-ClearNav-PFLARMRJ45-1

Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), ClearNav Nexus Box to PowerFLARM RJ45 connector and 12V Power
For connecting a ClearNav Nexus box to a PowerFLARM Brick or PowerFLARM Portable's RJ45 port. The cable has red and black power leads for supplying 12V power to the PowerFLARM. A 6-conductor RJ connector plugs into the ClearNav's Nexus box and an RJ45 connector connects to the PowerFLARM Brick or Portable.

Be sure to power-up the FLARM before (or at the same time) you power-up the ClearNav so the ClearNav will see the data from the FLARM when it searches for data input.
 

$60 In
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Cable-CNv-Oudie-0p1

Cable, 0.1 m (3.9 inches), ClearNav CNv Variometer to Oudie Power/Data Cable
For connecting a ClearNav CNv variometer to an Oudie power/data cable. RJ 6p6c connector at ClearNav vario and RJ45 connector for connection to Oudie power/data cable using an RJ45 coupler. An RJ45 Coupler is required and not included, but one is included in the box with the Oudie. This cable passes RS-232 serial data in both directions.
 

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Cable-CNv-Oudie-1

Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), ClearNav CNv Variometer to Oudie Power/Data Cable
For connecting a ClearNav CNv variometer to an Oudie power/data cable. RJ 6p6c connector at ClearNav vario and RJ45 connector for connection to Oudie power/data cable using an RJ45 coupler. An RJ45 Coupler is required and not included, but one is included in the box with the Oudie. This cable passes RS-232 serial data in both directions.
 

$45 In
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Cable-E04-DB9m-LED-12V-0.3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), Cable for GPS data and 12V power for ACK E-04 ELT, By Goddard
The ACK E-04 can accept GPS data though its mini-DIN connector.  It can also accept 12V power through the same connector.  However, since the E-04 has no user-interface, the manual recommends using an external LED to verify that the E-04 is receiving GPS data.  This cable is designed to allow the connection of GPS data and 12V power to the E-04 and it also includes a "GPS Status" LED built into the DB-9m connector. It has a female Mini-DIN connector for connection to the E-04's GPS/power connector.  It also has a DB-9m connector for connection to a cable to go to a GPS.  The pin connections on the DB-9m GPS connector are the same as the GPS side of a Goddard PS-5a power converter.  The cable also has 12V power leads for providing power to the E-04 and also providing 12V power to pins on the DB-9m connector for powering the GPS (if necessary). 

If you don't already have a GPS to connect to the E-04, the Garmin GPS 16x-HVS would work great with the E-04 and this cable.  This cable would power the GPS 16x-HVS with 12V.  Be sure to order the Garmin GPS 16x-HVS with a DB-9f connector.

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Cable-EOS-Oudie-noPwr-0p3

Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), Cable for LX EOS and Naviter Oudie Power/Data Cable - No Power
Used to connect the "USER" port on an LX EOS to an Oudie power/data cable. The Oudie power/data cable is supplied with the Oudie. The Oudie power/data cable converts the RS232 data from the LX EOS to TTL level serial data for the Oudie. This cable does not pass 12V power from the LX EOS to the Oudie power/data cable - so the Oudie power/data cable must be powered with 12V using its red and black power leads. A 6-pin RJ12 connector is used at the LX EOS end of the cable. An RJ45 8-pin connector is used at the Oudie power/data cable end. An RJ-Coupler-RJ45-RJ45 is required for connecting this cable to the Oudie power/data cable's male RJ45 connector. An RJ-Coupler-RJ45-RJ45 is included in the box with the Oudie.

$40 In Stock
Cable-EOS-Oudie-Pwr-0p3

Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), Cable for LX EOS and Naviter Oudie Power/Data Cable - with Power
Used to connect the "USER" port on an LX EOS to an Oudie power/data cable. The Oudie power/data cable is supplied with the Oudie. The Oudie power/data cable converts the RS232 data from the LX EOS to TTL level serial data for the Oudie. This cable uses 12V power from the LX EOS to power the Oudie power/data cable. Therefore it is very important that the Oudie power/data cable's power leads are not connected to 12V power. A 6-pin RJ12 connector is used at the LX EOS end of the cable. An RJ45 8-pin connector is used at the Oudie power/data cable end. An RJ-Coupler-RJ45-RJ45 is required for connecting this cable to the Oudie power/data cable's male RJ45 connector. An RJ-Coupler-RJ45-RJ45 is included in the box with the Oudie.

$40 In Stock
Cable-GPS16xHVS-S7-0p3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), Garmin GPS 16x HVS to LXNAV S7 Variometer
For connecting a Garmin GPS 16x HVS directly to an LXNAV S7 variometer. The S7 powers the Garmin with 12V. An RJ45 connector is used at the Garmin end and an RJ12 connector is used for connection to the S7.

*** Note: An RJ-Coupler-RJ45-RJ45 is required (and not included) for connecting this cable to the Garmin cable's RJ45 connector.
 
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Cable-K6Bt-302-0.3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), K6 Bt BlueTooth Adapter to Cambridge 302 or GPS-NAV
This cable provides 2-way RS-232 serial connections and 5 V power connections.  The 302 or GPS-NAV supplies 5 V power for powering the K6 Bt.  There is a DB-9m connector at the 302/GPS-NAV end and an RJ45 connector at the K6 Bt end.
 
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Cable-K6Bt-302-0.3-miniUSB-1 Cable, K6 Bt BlueTooth Adapter to Cambridge 302 and mini-USB (for powering PDA)
This cable provides 2-way RS-232 serial connections and 5 V power connections.  The 302 supplies 5 V power for powering the K6 Bt and the PDA.  Two cables exit the DB-9m connector that plugs into the 302.  A 0.3 m (11.8 in) cable goes to an RJ45 connector at the K6 Bt end.  A 1 m (3.281 ft) cable goes to a mini-USB connector which is to be plugged into a PDA - supplying 5V power only (no data) to the PDA such as an iPAQ 210.

 - Note: This cable is not recommended for use with an iPAQ 310 PND because the 302 does not seem to be able to supply enough power for both the K6Bt and the iPAQ 310.  The 302 started acting silly with the variometer needle jumping all over when the iPAQ 310 was connected.  This despite the fact that iPAQ 310's battery was fully charged.  However, this cable does seem to work well with my iPAQ 210 PDA.
 

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Cable-K6Bt-Colibri-0.3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches) K6 Bt BlueTooth Adapter to LX Colibri
This cable provides 2-way RS-232 serial connections and 12 V power connections.  The K6 Bt must be powered with 12 V using another cable - such as the Cable-K6Bt-Pwr-2.  The K6 Bt then passes 12 V power through this cable to the Colibri.  There is an RJ-6/6 connector at the Colibri end and an RJ45 connector at the K6 Bt end.
 
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Cable-K6Bt-EWmicroRec-0.3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), K6 Bt BlueTooth Adapter to EW microRecorder
This cable provides 2-way RS-232 serial connections and 12 V power connections.  The K6 Bt must be powered with 12 V using another cable - such as the Cable-K6Bt-Pwr-2.  The K6 Bt then passes 12 V power through this cable to the EW microRecorder.  There is an RJ45 connector at the EW microRecorder end and an RJ45 connector at the K6 Bt end.
 
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Cable-K6Bt-FLARM-0.3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), K6 Bt BlueTooth Adapter to FLARM or Volkslogger with RJ45 Connector
This cable provides 2-way RS-232 serial connections and 12 V power connections.  The K6 Bt must be powered with 12 V using another cable - such as the Cable-K6Bt-Pwr-2.  The K6 Bt then passes 12 V power through this cable to the FLARM.  There is an RJ45 connector at the FLARM or Volkslogger end and an RJ45 connector at the K6 Bt end.
 
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Cable-K6Bt-LX7000-0.3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), K6 Bt BlueTooth Adapter to LX7000 or LX7007
This cable provides 2-way RS-232 serial connections and 5 V power connections.  The LX7000 or LX7007 supplies 5 V power for powering the K6 Bt.  There is a DB-9m connector at the LX7000 or LX7007 end and an RJ45 connector at the K6 Bt end.
 
$45 2 weeks
Cable-K6Bt-LX8000-0.3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), K6 Bt BlueTooth Adapter to LX8000 round 5-pin Binder connector
This cable provides 2-way RS-232 serial connections.  It does not supply power to the K6 Bt.  For power, use the Cable-K6Bt-Pwr-2 cable.  There is an RJ45 connector at the K6 Bt end and a round, female, 5-pin Binder connector for connection to the LX8000's "PC Connector" - on the LX8000 wiring harness.  It is assumed that since the LX8000 has an SD card slot for file transfers, the RS-232 serial port is not needed for connection to a PC.  The round "PC Connector" on the LX8000 wiring harness would normally be mounted on the instrument panel, but since it will now be used to connect to this K6 Bt cable, it should not be mounted in the panel - but rather be connected to this adapter cable and the K6 Bt behind the panel.
  $65 2 weeks
Cable-K6Bt-Pwr-2 Cable, 2 m (6.56 ft), K6 Bt BlueTooth Adapter to 5 to 14V Power Leads
One end of the cable plugs into the RJ45 connector on the K6 Bt and the other end has bare leads for connecting 5 to 14 V of power.  The power is used to power the K6 Bt and may be also passed on to power a soaring GPS or flight recorder.
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Cable-K6Mux-302-PDA-0p3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), K6 Mux NMEA-Multiplexer to 302 and DB-9f connector for PDA cradle or cable
Cable for connecting a Cambridge 302 to the K6 Mux and to a PDA cradle or cable.  Data is sent from the 302 to the K6 Mux input port, and then from the K6 Mux output port on to a DB-9f connector for a PDA cradle or cable.  5V power from the 302 is sent around the K6 Mux - directly to the DB-9f connector for the PDA cable or cradle.  The connector at the 302 end is a DB-9m.  The 2 connectors that plug into the K6 Mux are RJ45 connectors.
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Cable-K6Mux-AirConnect-Pwr-0p3

Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), K6 Mux NMEA-Multiplexer to Air Connect (formerly Butterfly Connect)
Cable for connecting an AirConnect to the K6 Mux's output port.  This cable has 12V power leads for powering the K6 Mux and Air Connect. An RJ45 connector is used for the K6 Mux and a DB-9f connector is used for connection to the Air Connect.

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Cable-K6Mux-ClearNav-0p3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), K6 Mux NMEA-Multiplexer to ClearNav or ClearNav II
Cable for connecting a K6 Mux input port to a ClearNav Nexus board, RJ45 at K6 Mux input port and RJ12 6-pin connector at ClearNav Nexus board.
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Cable-K6Mux-CNv-0p3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), K6 Mux NMEA-Multiplexer to ClearNav CNv Variometer
Cable for connecting a ClearNav CNv variometer to the K6 Mux.  Power is not passed through this cable, data only.  RJ12 6p6c connector at ClearNav CNv vario and RJ45 connector for K6 Mux.
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Cable-K6Mux-FLARM-0p3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), K6 Mux NMEA-Multiplexer to FLARM or PowerFLARM
Cable for connecting a FLARM or PowerFLARM to the K6 Mux.  This cable passes 12V power from the K6 Mux to the FLARM or PowerFLARM.  RJ45 connectors are used on both ends.
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Cable-K6Mux-FLARM-DB9m-0p3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), K6 Mux NMEA-Multiplexer to PowerFLARM Core
Cable for connecting a PowerFLARM Core to the K6 Mux.  This cable passes 12V power from the K6 Mux to the FLARM or PowerFLARM.  RJ45 connector at K6Mux and DB-9m for PowerFLARM Core.
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Cable-K6Mux-GNAV-0p3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), K6 Mux NMEA-Multiplexer to Cambridge GPS-NAV or 302
Cable for connecting a Cambridge 302 or GPS-NAV to the K6 Mux.  Power is not passed through this cable, data only.  DB-9m connector for GPS-NAV or 302 and RJ45 connector for K6 Mux.
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Cable-K6Mux-PS5a-0p3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), K6 Mux NMEA-Multiplexer to Goddard PS-5a
Cable for connecting a Goddard PS-5a (GPS side) to the output port of a K6 Mux.  2-way data transfer is provided. 12V power is supplied from the PS-5a to the K6 Mux.  The K6 Mux makes the 12V power available for powering GPS units such as the PowerFLARM or FLARM.  RJ45 connector for the K6 Mux and DB-9f connector for PS-5a.
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Cable-K6Mux-Pwr-2 Cable, 2 m (6.56 ft), K6 Mux NMEA-Multiplexer to 12V Power Leads
One end of the cable plugs into any of the RJ45 connectors on the K6 Bt and the other end has bare leads for connecting 8 to 16 V of power.  The power is used to power the K6 Mux and may also be passed on to power a soaring GPS or flight recorder - such as a FLARM or PowerFLARM.
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Cable-Nano-I310-SMPP-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 ft), LXNAV Nano to iPAQ 310 and Socket Mobile Power Pack
"Y" cable for connecting an LX Nano (mini-USB connector) to iPAQ 310 (mini-USB connector) and Socket Mobile Power Pack (USB "A" connector).  The Socket Mobile Power Pack powers both the iPAQ 310 and Nano with 5V power.  Since both the Nano and iPAQ 310 use low voltage (3.3v) serial data, no serial voltage level converter is required.
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Cable-Nano-Oudie-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 ft), LXNAV Nano to Naviter Oudie 3
TTL serial data cable for connecting an LXNAV Nano to a Naviter Oudie 3. TTL serial data connections only - no power connections, mini-USB connectors at both ends, This is not a USB cable.
  $60 In
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Cable-Nano-Oudie-SMPP-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 ft), LXNAV Nano to Naviter Oudie and Socket Mobile Power Pack
"Y" cable for connecting an LX Nano (mini-USB connector) to Naviter Oudie (mini-USB connector) and Socket Mobile Power Pack (USB "A" connector).  The Socket Mobile Power Pack powers both the Oudie and Nano with 5V power.  Since both the Nano and Oudie use low voltage (3.3v) serial data, no serial voltage level converter is required.
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Cable-Nano-SMPP-DB9f-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 ft), LXNAV Nano to Socket Mobile Power Pack and DB-9f connector for use with PDA cable
"Y" cable for connecting an LX Nano (mini-USB connector) to Socket Mobile Power Pack (USB "A" connector) and PDA cable (DB-9f connector).  A serial voltage level converter is built into this cable to convert the 3.3V serial data from the Nano to RS-232 level serial data for the PDA.  The Socket Mobile Power Pack powers the PDA and Nano and serial voltage level converter with 5V power.  This cable can be used with any standard PDA cable such as an I38C-1 cable or a Nimbus cradle with DB-9m connector.
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Cable-Oudie-LNav-0p3

Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), Naviter Oudie Power/Data Cable to Cambridge L-NAV
It is possible to setup a Naviter Oudie to output GPS data and "distance to target" information for use by a Cambridge L-NAV or S-NAV.  This cable has a male 6-pin RJ connector that plugs into the back of the L-NAV and an RJ45 (8-pin) connector for connection to the Oudie's power/data cable. An RJ-Coupler-RJ45-RJ45 is required (and not included) to connect this cable to the Oudie power/data cable.

The Oudie must be configured to send GPS data out as described below.

How to send NMEA data using Oudie:
a) Put the latest version of SeeYou Mobile on the Oudie.  It can can downloaded from www.naviter.si in the Download > Oudie Firmware menu.
b) Start SeeYou Mobile and exit, make sure that "Save profile" is checked.
c) Connect the Oudie to a PC as described in the Oudie manual.
d) Using Windows Explorer (My Computer) on the PC, In the Oudie's memory, open the "Settings" folder and edit the profile file (DEFAULT.XML if only one profile is used, otherwise edit the profile you will be using).  It is a text file that can be edited using Notepad.
e) Find text "COMOUTPARAMS", and change it to "<COMOUTPARAMS>COM4:4800,N,8,1</COMOUTPARAMS>" and save the changes to the file.
f) Start SeeYou Mobile, set input to "Serial", under "Port settings" select "COM1"
 

The photo above shows an older version of this cable with female RJ45 connector. The current version has a male RJ45 connector and requires the use of an RJ45 couple that is not included.

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Cable-PFLARM-Pwr-Barrel-2 Cable, 2 m (6.56 feet), PowerFLARM Portable Barrel port to 12V Power
The cable has a male barrel connector for connection to the PowerFLARM Portable's female power port and 12V power leads for powering the PowerFLARM Portable (and connected devices) with 12V.

 

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Cable-PFLARM-Pwr-DB9m-2 Cable, 2 m (6.56 feet), PowerFLARM DB-9 port to 12V Power
The cable has a DB-9m connector for connection to the PowerFLARM Core's DB-9f port and 12V power leads for powering the PowerFLARM Core (and connected devices) with 12V.

 

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Cable-PFLARM-Pwr-DB9m-RJ45-0p3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), PowerFLARM Core to 12V Power and RJ45 Connector
For connecting both 12V power and a FLARM remote display or PDA to a PowerFLARM Core's DB-9f port. The cable has a DB-9m connector for connection to the PowerFLARM Core, 12V power leads for powering the PowerFLARM Core (and connected devices) with 12V, and a short 11.8 inch long cable to an RJ45 connector for use with an FLARM remote display cable. An RJ45 Coupler is required and not included for connection to a standard RJ45 8-pin to RJ12 6-pin FLARM display cable. The male RJ45 connector is wired the same as the female RJ45 connector on the PowerFLARM Core. This cable is great for use in 2-seat gliders because it makes it possible to connect one remote FLARM display to the Core's RJ45 port and a 2nd remote FLARM display to the Core's DB-9f port. This cable is also great for connecting a PowerFLARM Core to an SN10 that had previously been connected to a Volkslogger. In that case, an RJ45 Coupler is required for connecting this cable to the SN10 wiring harnesses VL connector. The power leads are 2 m long.
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Cable-PFLARM-Pwr-DB9m-S7-0p5 Cable, 0.5 m (19.7 inches), PowerFLARM Core to 12V Power and LXNAV S7, S8 or S80, or LX EOS or FLARM display
The cable has a DB-9m connector for connection to the PowerFLARM Core, 12V power leads for powering the PowerFLARM Core (and connected devices) with 12V, and a 0.5m (19.7 inch) long cable to an RJ12 6-pin connector for connection to the GPS port on the back of an LXNAV S7, S8 or S80, or LX Navigation EOS variometer, or to a FLARM display. The power leads are 2 m long. This cable is a nice alternative to the simpler LXNAV-S7-GPS-PFCore cable which pulls 12V power from the S7, S8 or S80 to power the PowerFLARM Core and connected accessories. The LXNAV-S7-GPS-PFCore cable causes the PowerFLARM Core to power-down when the S7, S8 or S80 is powered-down. The Goddard: Cable-PFLARM-Pwr-DB9m-S7-0p5 cable makes it possible to power the FLARM and remote flarm displays separately from the S7, S8 or S80. That is nice if you ever want to be able to power-down the S7, S8 or S80, but not the PowerFLARM Core. The 12V power connections in this cable are not connected to the 12V pins at the S7, S8, S80, EOS or Zeus.


The photo above shows a similar cable with an RJ45 8-pin connector. This cable has an RJ12 6-pin connector.

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Cable-PFLARM-Pwr-RJ45-2 Cable, 2 m (6.56 feet), PowerFLARM RJ45 port to 12V Power
The cable has an RJ45 connector for connection to the PowerFLARM Portable or any FLARM with an 8-pin RJ45 port, 12V power leads for powering the PowerFLARM (and connected devices) with 12V.

 

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Cable-PFLARM-Pwr-RJ45-RJ12-1 Cable, 1 m (3.28 feet), PowerFLARM RJ45 port to 12V Power and RJ12 for FLARM display
The cable has an RJ45 connector for connection to the PowerFLARM Portable or any FLARM with an 8-pin RJ45 port, 12V power leads for powering the PowerFLARM (and connected devices) with 12V, and a 1 m long cable to an RJ12 6-pin connector for connection to a FLARM display. The power leads are 2 m long.

 

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Cable-PFLARM-Pwr-RJ45-S7-0p5 Cable, 0.5 m (19.7 inches), PowerFLARM RJ45 port to 12V Power and RJ12 for LXNAV S7, S8 or S80, or LX Navigation EOS or Zeus
The cable has an RJ45 connector for connection to the PowerFLARM Portable or any FLARM with an 8-pin RJ45 port, 12V power leads for powering the PowerFLARM (and connected devices) with 12V, and a 0.5m (19.7 inch) long cable to an RJ12 6-pin connector for connection to the GPS port on an LXNAV S7, S8 or S80, or LX Navigation EOS variometer or Zeus flight computer. The power leads are 2 m long. This cable is a nice alternative to the simpler LXNAV-S7-GPS-PFCore cable which pulls 12V power from the S7, S8 or S80 or EOS or Zeus to power the PowerFLARM and connected accessories. The LXNAV-S7-GPS-PFCore cable causes the PowerFLARM Core to power-down when the S7, S8 or S80 is powered-down. This cable makes it possible to power the FLARM and remote flarm displays separately from the S7, S8 or S80, or EOS or Zeus. That is nice if you ever want to be able to power-down the S7, S8 or S80 or EOS or Zeus, but not the PowerFLARM. The 12V power connections in this cable are not connected to the 12V pins at the S7, S8, S80, EOS or Zeus.

 

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Cable-PS5a-miniUSB-Pwr-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 ft), Goddard PS-5a or Cambridge 302 to mini-USB connector
Used to provide 5V power for a PDA or PND.  The DB-9m connector is to be connected to a Cambridge 302 or 302A or Goddard PS-5a power converter.  The male mini-USB connector is to be connected to a PDA or PND such as an iPAQ 210 or 310.  There is no data connection in the cable.  The data leads are used to tell the PDA or PND to enter high-power charge mode.
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Cable-S3-Backup-Sw-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 ft), Backup Battery Harness for LXNAV S3 Variometer
Backup power pack for the LXNAV S3 with 12V power leads for connection to the glider's 12V power system and a 8 x AA battery holder (batteries not included) and a panel-mountable 3-position ON/OFF/Backup switch and RJ12 connector for connection to the LXNAV S3. The red and black power leads connect to the glider's 12V power system for powering the S3 vario most of the time. If the main glider battery gets low you simply switch the 3-position switch from ON to Backup. I tested using 8 fresh AA Duracell Alkaline batteries with the S3 screen on full brightness and the speaker at a low volume.The initial S3 voltage readout was 12.5 volts. After 17 hours and 27 minutes the S3 vario shut-down. The S3's voltage display was reading less then 6V just before it shut-down. The system does not attempt to charge the AA batteries. Since you'll probably use the batteries only rarely, you should be able to change them only once a year.
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Cable-PS5a-miniUSB-Pwr-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 ft), Goddard PS-5a or Cambridge 302 to mini-USB connector
Used to provide 5V power for a PDA or PND.  The DB-9m connector is to be connected to a Cambridge 302 or 302A or Goddard PS-5a power converter.  The male mini-USB connector is to be connected to a PDA or PND such as an iPAQ 210 or 310.  There is no data connection in the cable.  The data leads are used to tell the PDA or PND to enter high-power charge mode.
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Cable-TT21-TC20-0.5 Wiring Harness, 0.5 m (19.7 inches), For connecting a Trig TT21 or TT22 Transponder Unit to a TC20 Control Unit
This is a pre-wired wiring harness which makes installation faster and trouble-free.  It may also save you delays and repair bills should you accidentally connect something incorrectly.  This wiring harness is assembled and tested using a cable tester by Larry Goddard.  It has a DB-9f connector at the TC20 end and a DB-25m connector at the TT21 or TT22 end.  It also includes power input leads for 10 to 30 VDC. The power input leads exit the DB-25m connector at the TT21 or TT22 transponder end.  The power input leads are 0.5 m long.  The 0.5 m length is perfect for installations where the TT21 or TT22 Transponder Unit will be mounted near the TC20 Control Unit (such as in front of the instrument panel in the nose of a glider).  For installations with the TT21 or TT22 Transponder Unit mounted behind the pilot please see the 3 m version of this cable below.  There is also a 1 m long version.
Note: Wiring for external "Squat" and "Ident" switches is not included.  The squat switch input is only for aircraft with built-in squat switch circuitry.  It is my understanding that a landing gear switch in a glider can not be used as a squat switch because it would cause the transponder to send incorrect information while the landing gear is down during aerotow and in the landing pattern.  The "Ident" switch is not necessary because the "IDT" pushbutton on the TC210 control unit has the same function.
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Cable-TT21-TC20-1 Wiring Harness, 1 m (3.281 ft), For connecting a Trig TT21 or TT22 Transponder Unit to a TC20 Control Unit
This is a pre-wired wiring harness which makes installation faster and trouble-free.  It may also save you delays and repair bills should you accidentally connect something incorrectly.  This wiring harness is assembled and tested using a cable tester by Larry Goddard.  It has a DB-9f connector at the TC20 end and a DB-25m connector at the TT21 or TT22 end.  It also includes power leads for 10 to 30 VDC. The power input leads exit the DB-25m connector at the TT21 or TT22 transponder end.  The power input leads are 1 m long. 
Note: Wiring for external "Squat" and "Ident" switches is not included.  The squat switch input is only for aircraft with built-in squat switch circuitry.  It is my understanding that a landing gear switch in a glider can not be used as a squat switch because it would cause the transponder to send incorrect information while the landing gear is down during aerotow and in the landing pattern.  The "Ident" switch is not necessary because the "IDT" pushbutton on the TC210 control unit has the same function.

(3 m version shown)
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Cable-TT21-TC20-3 Wiring Harness, 3 m (9.84 feet), For connecting a Trig TT21 or TT22 Transponder Unit to a TC20 Control Unit
This is a pre-wired wiring harness which makes installation faster and trouble-free.  It may also save you delays and repair bills should you accidentally connect something incorrectly.  This wiring harness is assembled and tested using a cable tester by Larry Goddard.  It has a DB-9f connector at the TC20 end and a DB-25m connector at the TT21 or TT22 end.  It also includes power leads for 10 to 30 VDC. The power input leads exit the DB-25m connector at the TT21 or TT22 transponder end.  The power input leads are 3 m long.  This 3 m version should be long enough for mounting the TT21 or TT22 unit behind the pilot, near where the antenna is installed.  For installations where the TC20 is mounted near the TT21 or TT22 (such is in front of the instrument panel in the nose of the glider) see the 0.5 m or 1 m long versions above.
Note: Wiring for external "Squat" and "Ident" switches is not included.  The squat switch input is only for aircraft with built-in squat switch circuitry.  It is my understanding that a landing gear switch in a glider can not be used as a squat switch because it would cause the transponder to send incorrect information while the landing gear is down during aerotow and in the landing pattern.  The "Ident" switch is not necessary because the "IDT" pushbutton on the TC210 control unit has the same function.
$155 In
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Cable-TT21-TC20-5 Wiring Harness, 5 m (16.4 feet), For connecting a Trig TT21 or TT22 Transponder Unit to a TC20 Control Unit
This is a pre-wired wiring harness which makes installation faster and trouble-free.  It may also save you delays and repair bills should you accidentally connect something incorrectly.  This wiring harness is assembled and tested using a cable tester by Larry Goddard.  It has a DB-9f connector at the TC20 end and a DB-25m connector at the TT21 or TT22 end.  It also includes power leads for 10 to 30 VDC. The power input leads exit the DB-25m connector at the TT21 or TT22 transponder end.  The power input leads are 5 m long.  This 5 m version should be long enough for mounting the TT21 or TT22 unit behind the pilot, near where the antenna is installed.  For installations where the TC20 is mounted near the TT21 or TT22 (such is in front of the instrument panel in the nose of the glider) see the 0.5 m or 1 m long versions above.
Note: Wiring for external "Squat" and "Ident" switches is not included.  The squat switch input is only for aircraft with built-in squat switch circuitry.  It is my understanding that a landing gear switch in a glider can not be used as a squat switch because it would cause the transponder to send incorrect information while the landing gear is down during aerotow and in the landing pattern.  The "Ident" switch is not necessary because the "IDT" pushbutton on the TC210 control unit has the same function.
$165 In
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Cable-TY91-1SeatGlider-0p5

Wiring Harness for TY91 Radio in Single-Seat Sailplane, 0.5 m (19.7 inches)
This is a pre-wired wiring harness which makes installation faster and trouble-free.  It may also save you delays and repair bills should you accidentally connect something incorrectly.  This wiring harness is assembled and tested using a cable tester by Larry Goddard.  It has a DB-15f connector at the TC90 display end and a DB-25f connector at the TY91 radio end.  It also includes leads for the connection of:
12 to 14 VDC power input, Speaker, Microphone, and Push-to-talk switch

$145 In
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Cable-TY91-2SeatGlider-0p5

Wiring Harness for TY91 Radio in Two-Seat Sailplane, 0.5 m (19.7 inches)
This is a pre-wired wiring harness which makes installation faster and trouble-free.  It may also save you delays and repair bills should you accidentally connect something incorrectly.  This wiring harness is assembled and tested using a cable tester by Larry Goddard.  It has a DB-15f connector at the TC90 display end and a DB-25f connector at the TY91 radio end.  It also includes leads for the connection of: 12 to 14 VDC power input
, Speaker, 2 x Microphone, and 2 x Push-to-talk switch

$175 In
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Cable-USBA-mini-USB-Pwr-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 ft), USB A male connector to mini-USB male connector
For connecting a Socket Mobile Power Pack to a PDA or PND. There are no data connections in this cable. It is for 5V power only. It also includes connections necessary to allow charging of an iPAQ 310.
$40 In
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CAI-Pnl-0.5-ClearNav-1 Cable, CAI 302 to NK ClearNav Nexus Board and Panel Connector for PC or PDA
This cable makes it easy to send Cambridge 302 data to either the NK ClearNav or a panel mounted connector for a PC or PDA.  It is used for downloading flight logs from the 302 or uploading waypoint files to the 302.  Includes 1 m cable from Cambridge 302 to NK ClearNav Nexus Board, and 0.5 m cable from 302 to DB-9f panel mounted connector for PDA or PCDB-9m connector at 302 end and RJ22 connector at NK ClearNav end, The 302 data out line is always connected to both the NK ClearNav and the panel mounted PC/PDA connector.  Includes panel mounted "PDA / ClearNav" switch for selecting whether the 302's data input line is connected to the panel connector (for PDA or PC) or the NK ClearNav. 5 v power from the 302 is made available at the panel connector at all times.
$95 In
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CAI-CAI-0.3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), Cambridge 302, 302A, GPS-NAV or Goddard PS-5a to SW-1 Switching Unit
This cable is a straight through data and power cable for connecting a Cambridge 302, 302A, GPS-NAV or Goddard PS-5a to a Goddard SW-1 Switching Unit.  It has a male DB-9m connector on the GPS end and a female DB-9f on the SW-1 end.
$36 In
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CAI-Pnl-x Cable, 0.5 m (19.7 inches) or 3 m (9.84 ft), Cambridge 302, 302A, GPS-NAV or Goddard PS-5a or Borgelt PDA-PS to Instrument Panel Mountable DB-9f Connector, This cable is used to bring the connections from the DB-9 on the back of a Cambridge GPS-NAV, 302 or 302A to the instrument panel where they can be more easily accessed.  The panel connector has ears for mounting the connector to the back of the instrument panel.  A small 15 x 30 mm rectangular hole and 2 small holes (see Panel Hole Drawing) must be made in the panel to allow access to the DB-9f connector.  A PC cable can be connected to the panel connector for downloading flight logs or any Goddard PDA cable or modified PDA cradle can be connected directly to the panel connector.  DB-9m connector at CAI product to DB-9f at panel, Includes lines for 5 VDC power and RS-232 data. 
Panel Hole Drawing

Gn57mmPlateDB-9 Instrument Hole Plate
The Gn57mmPlateDB-9 is an aluminum plate designed to allow you to mount the CAI-Pnl's panel connector in a small 57 mm instrument hole.  The plate also has a hole for a GNeck gooseneck.

$55 In
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CMC-0.5 Cable, 0.5 m (19.7 inches), Cambridge Mount (behind panel) to Cambridge DDV 302 or Goddard PS-5a, RJ-12 -> DB-9m, Includes lines for 5 VDC power and RS-232 data. This cable is is designed for use with the Cambridge Aero Instruments CAA-127 57 mm adapter plate which is part of a mounting system for Pocket PCs.   $40 2 weeks
Colibri-PC-Pwr Colibri PC Cable
This cable is used to connect an LX Navigation Colibri to 12V power and to a PC for transferring waypoints to the Colibri or downloading flight logs from the Colibri to a PC.  The connector for connection to the PC is a DB-9f connector.  Two cables exit the DB-9f connector.  Both the cable to the RJ6/6 (6-conductor phone jack) connector (for the Colibri) and the power leads are 2 m long.  The wiring harness has a total of 3 connections:
  • RJ6/6 (6-conductor phone jack), with 2 m (6.56 ft) cable - Plugs into the Colibri for the power and data connections
  • DB-9f, 9-pin female connector - for connection to a PC
  • Power leads - bare leads for connecting to a 12V power source such as the Pwr-12V-500mA wall plug or a 12V battery.  The 12V power converter is not included.

This cable's DB-9f 9-pin connector is designed for connection to a PC's RS-232 serial port.  However, most new PCs don't have RS-232 serial ports.  However, the FTDI Chip USB Serial Adapter can be used to add a serial port to any PC that has a USB port.  It works great with the Colibri.

$55 In Stock
Condor-Oudie-1p5

Cable, 1.5 m (59.1 inches), Cable for Connecting a Naviter Oudie or Oudie 2 (not Oudie 3 or Oudie IGC) to a PC's USB port for use with Condor
This cable makes it possible to connect a Naviter Oudie (any version) to a PC - so Oudie can work with Condor soaring flight simulator.  The cable powers the Oudie with 5V from the USB port and makes a serial data connection with the PC. 

Note: This cable does not work with Oudie 3 and Oudie IGC units.

Using a PDA or PNA and soaring flight software with Condor offers several advantages:

  • Most (perhaps all) soaring flight software products can do final glide calculations around multiple turnpoints. Condor's in-cockpit software PDA can't do that.
  • Learning to use a PNA and soaring flight software in flight is a bad idea. It is a major distraction and not safe. Using a PNA with Condor allows you to get proficient with your PNA and soaring flight software while safely on the ground.

The Goddard Condor-Oudie-1p5m cable has a standard rectangular USB connector on the PC end and a standard mini-USB connector on the Oudie end.

PNA Compatibility:

  • Naviter Oudie, Oudie2, Oudie2 Lite
  • Glider Guider (not tested yet)
  • Wayteq (not tested yet)
  • Vertica V1 (not tested yet)

Won't Work With:

  • Oudie 3
  • Oudie IGC

PC System Compatibility:
The driver files work with the operating systems listed below.

Drivers are available which allow FTDI devices to work with the following operating systems:

  • Windows 10
  • Windows 8.1
  • Windows 8.1 x64
  • Windows 8
  • Windows 8 x64
  • Windows Server2012
  • Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Windows 7
  • Windows 7 x64
  • Windows Server 2008
  • Windows Server 2008 x64
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows Vista x64
  • Windows Server 2003
  • Windows Server 2003 x64
  • Windows XP
  • Windows XP x64
  • Windows ME
  • Windows 98
  • Linux
  • Mac OS X
  • Mac OS 9
  • Mac OS 8
  • Windows CE.NET (Version 4.2 and greater)
  • Android
  • Windows RT

Drivers
It is very important that you download and install the drivers on your PC. The cable will not work without the proper drivers. Download the drivers using the link below.
http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP.htm

If that web site is not clear to you - the Windows drivers are available using the link below. Click on the link below to run the installation program.
http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/CDM/CDM%20v2.10.00%20WHQL%20Certified.exe

Tips

  • First you must install the drivers for the Condor-Oudie-1p5m on your PC by running the executable file available at:
    http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/CDM/CDM%20v2.10.00%20WHQL%20Certified.exe
    .
  • After you have installed the drivers, connect the Goddard Condor-Oudie-1p5m cable to your PC's USB port.
  • Use the Windows Device Manager to figure out which comm port is used by the Goddard Condor-Oudie-1p5m cable. In the screen capture below it is listed as the "USB Serial Port (COM 13)". The important information is that the cable is using comm port 13. It is likely to use a different port on your computer.
  • Enable NMEA output from Condor by going to Setup > Options (Tab) > NMEA Output section and checking the "Enable" checkbox.
  • In the same area in Condor, set the comm port to match the comm port found in the Windows Device Manager (COM 13 in this example).
  • In your soaring flight software on the Oudie, set the baudrate to 4800 baud.
  • Set the comm port on the Oudie to the port that is used by the mini-USB cable. On a Naviter Oudie that is comm 4. Note that this is a different device than your PC and it is likely (but not required) that it will use a different comm port number than the one used on your PC.

$40 In
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Condor-PC-5V-DB9f-0.3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), Cable for Connecting a PDA or PNA to a PC for use with Condor
This cable makes it possible to connect a PDA or PNA to a PC - so PDA or PNA can work with Condor soaring flight simulator.  It includes a 5V wall power supply, DB-9f connector for PC, and DB-9f for connection to PDA cable - such as an I38C-1 cable. 

Note: Most new PCs do not have the required 9-pin RS-232 serial port.  But a FTDI Chip USB Serial Adapter can be used to connect this cable to any PC.

Note: This cable does not connect directly to the PDA or PNA.  A standard PDA power/data cable is required.  If you use a PDA cable in your glider to connect your PDA to a Cambridge 302 or GPS-NAV or Goddard PS-5a power converter, it will work great with this cable at home.  It works great with I38C-1 cables, I37C-1 cables, Oudie-PS5a-1 cables, Nimbus cradles, etc.

A complete system for connecting a PDA to a PC includes:

Specifications for Wall Power Supply:

  • Input: 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
  • Output: 5V, 2A
$75 In
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EWmicroRec-DB9f-x Cable, EW MicroRecorder RJ45 connector to DB-9f (9-pin female) connector for PDA cable or PDA Cradle Cable, This cable is designed to allow an EW microRecorder to be connected to 12V power and to a PDA power/data cable. The microRecorder provides 5V power for the PDA.  GPS data is sent from the microRecorder to the PDA.  The PDA transmit line is connected to the microRecorder's receive line so the PDA can send task declarations and other settings changes to the microRecorder.  This cable does not connect directly to any PDA - A PDA power/data cable (such as the I38C-x cable for most iPAQs), or an iPAQ cradle with built-in power/data cable (such as a Nimbus cradle) is required.  2 cables exit the DB-9f connector - the 12V power leads (2 m long) and the flat phone style cable to the microRecorder's RJ connector.  The "x" in the model number represents the length of the flat cable between the microRecorder and the DB-9f connector. 

Complete example systems using this cable are shown on the Flight Recorder Comparison page.

Options
Length of cable from microRecorder to DB-9f connector

  • 0.3 m (11.8 in) - In Stock - Most Popular
  • 0.5 m (19.7 inches) - 2 week lead-time
  • 1 m (3.28 feet) - 2 week lead-time
  • 2 m (6.56 feet) - 2 week lead-time
  • 3 m (9.84 feet) - 2 week lead-time

DB-9f Connector Type

  • Standard - Includes nuts so the PDA cable's connector can be connected to it securely.
  • Panel Mount - Includes tabs with mounting screws so it can be mounted to the back of the instrument panel.  The diagram below shows the required holes in the panel.

The photo below shows a complete system (less 12 V battery and PDA Mount) including
EW microRecorder
Suction Cup Mount for GPS Antenna
EWmicroRec-DB9f-0.3
I38C-1
iPAQ hx2790

$55
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EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-m-s Cable, EW microRecorder RJ45 connector to Socket Mobile Power Pack (USB Type A Connector) and DB-9f (9-pin female) connector for PDA cable or PDA Cradle Cable, This cable is designed to allow an EW microRecorder to be connected to a Socket Mobile Power Pack and to a PDA power/data cable. The complete system is very small - it's the ultimate portable GPS/PDA system.  The Socket Mobile Power Pack provides 5V power for the PDA.  The EW microRecorder is powered by its own internal battery.  GPS data is sent from the EW microRecorder to the PDA.  The PDA transmit line is connected to the EW microRecorder's receive line so the PDA can send task declarations and other settings changes to the EW microRecorder.  This cable does not connect directly to any PDA - A PDA power/data cable (such as the I38C-x cable for most iPAQs), or an iPAQ cradle with built-in power/data cable (such as a Nimbus cradle) is required.  2 cables exit the DB-9f connector - the 5V power cable for connection to the Socket Mobile Power Pack using a Type A USB connector and the flat phone style cable to the EW microRecorder's RJ connector.  The DB-9f connector includes nuts so the PDA cable's connector can be connected to it securely.

Complete example systems using this cable are shown on the Flight Recorder Comparison page.

The "m" in the model number represents the length of the flat cable between the EW microRecorder and the DB-9f connector. 

The "s" in the model number represents the length of the cable from the DB-9f connector to the Type A USB connector for the Socket Mobile Power Pack

Options
Cable length options for the 2 cables that exit the DB-9f connector.  I stock versions with 0.3 m long cables and 1 m long cables.  The 0.3 m length for both cables works great when you are putting the logger and battery in the glider's side-pocket and mounting the PDA and GPs antenna remotely.  The 1 m length version is popular because it allows more flexibility in locating the logger, battery and DB-9f connector.

  • 0.3 m (11.8 in) - Popular length for both cables (in stock)
  • 0.5 m (19.7 inches)
  • 1 m (3.28 feet) - Popular length for both cables (in stock)
  • 2 m (6.56 feet)
  • 3 m (9.84 feet)

The photo below shows a complete system including
EW microRecorder
Suction Cup Mount for GPS Antenna
EWmicroRec-Socket-DB9f-0.3-0.3
Nimbus iPAQ Cradle
RAM-B-SCMK-RAP-B-201-RAM-B-238
iPAQ hx2790

$59 In
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GaEW-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Garmin with 4-pin round connector to EW Barograph/Logger, Garmin 4-pin round connector to DB-9m at the EW, A 1 m (3.281 feet) 12V power cable exits the connector on the EW and is to be connected to 12V power.  12V power is provided to both the EW (on pin 4) and the Garmin GPS.  The EW has a DB-9f connector.   $60.00 2 weeks
GaSNa-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Garmin with 4-pin round connector to ILEC SN-10 with S/N 0 - 99, Garmin 4-pin round connector to DB-9m, Also includes 1 m (3.281 ft) power leads for 12 V power to Garmin.  The 12 V power leads come out of the DB-9f connector on the SN-10.   $60.00 2 weeks
GaSNb-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Garmin with 4-pin round connector to ILEC SN-10 with S/N > 99, Garmin 4-pin round connector to DB-9m, Also includes 1 m (3.281 ft) power leads for 12 V power to Garmin.  The 12 V power leads come out of the DB-9f connector on the SN-10.   $60.00 2 weeks
I310-LX1600-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Compaq/HP iPAQ 310, 312, 314, 316 or 318 Travel Companion PNA (Personal Navigation Assistant)  to LX Navigation LX1600 or LX7007
miniUSB connector -> DB-9m connector, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power from the LX1600 or LX7007 to the PNA.  The cable includes an inline RS-232 voltage level converter which converts the RS-232 standard signal levels to 3.3 volts as required by the iPAQ 310. 

Note: Testing indicates that serial communication with the iPAQ 310 is possible only at 9600 baud or higher.  It does not work at 4800 baud.  Unfortunately, that means that it will not work with a Cambridge 302 because the 302 reverts to 4800 baud at power-up.  Likewise, the Garrecht Volkslogger and LX Colibri are stuck at 4800 baud, so they won't work with the iPAQ 310 either.  However, EW microRecorders and many LX Navigation products work fine at 9600 baud.

Note: This photos is out of date, the circuit board is now mounted inside the DB-9 connector - eliminating the inline box.
$95.00 2 weeks
I310-NanoPwr-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Compaq/HP iPAQ 310, 312, 314, 316 or 318 Travel Companion PNA (Personal Navigation Assistant)  to LXNAV NanoPower cable
miniUSB connector -> RJ45 connector, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power from the NanoPower cable to the PNA.  Since both the Nano and iPAQ 310 use low voltage (3.3v) serial data, no serial voltage level converter is required.  The NanoPower cable is powered with 12V from the glider's power system and provides 5V power for the Nano and the iPAQ 310.

Note: Serial communication with the iPAQ 310 is possible only at 9600 baud or higher.  It does not work at 4800 baud.
$55.00 In
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I310-PS5a-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Compaq/HP iPAQ 310, 312, 314, 316 or 318 Travel Companion PNA (Personal Navigation Assistant) or Mio Moov M400 to Goddard PS-5a
miniUSB connector -> DB-9m connector, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power from the PS-5a to the PNA.  The cable includes an inline RS-232 voltage level converter which converts the RS-232 standard signal levels to 3.3 volts as required by the iPAQ 310. 

Note: Testing indicates that serial communication with the iPAQ 310 is possible only at 9600 baud or higher.  It does not work at 4800 baud.  Unfortunately, that means that it will not work with a Cambridge 302 because the 302 reverts to 4800 baud at power-up.  Likewise, the Garrecht Volkslogger and LX Colibri are stuck at 4800 baud, so they won't work with the iPAQ 310 either.  However, EW microRecorders and many LX Navigation products work fine at 9600 baud.

Note: This photos is out of date, the circuit board is now mounted inside the DB-9 connector - eliminating the inline box.
$95.00 In
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I37-NanoPwr-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Compaq/HP iPAQ 3100, 3600, or 3700 series Pocket PC to LXNAV NanoPower Cable
iPAQ 3700 connector -> RJ45 connector, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power from the NanoPower cable to the PDA.  The NanoPower cable is powered with 12V from the glider's power system and provides 5V power for the Nano and the PDA.
  $55.00 In
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I37C-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Compaq/HP iPAQ 3100, 3600 or 3700 series Pocket PC to Cambridge 302, GPS-NAV or Goddard PS-5a, iPAQ connector -> DB-9m, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power from the Cambridge device to the Pocket PC. 
Note: This is a very nice cable, but it does extend out from the bottom of the iPAQ and could easily be damaged by your leg in a cramped sailplane cockpit.  For that reason, I sell many of the Nimbus Cradles - it has an integral cable that exits the back of the cradle.  The integral cable connects to a Cambridge product or Goddard PS-5a and is a great alternative to this cable.
Important Note for GPS-NAV Owners: Please read the note found here.
$55.00 In
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I37C-3 Cable, 3 m (9.843 feet), Compaq/HP iPAQ 3100, 3600, or 3700 series Pocket PC to Cambridge 302, GPS-NAV or Goddard PS-5a, iPAQ 3700 series connector -> DB-9m,  This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power from the Cambridge device to the Pocket PC. 
Note:
This is a very nice cable, but it does extend out from the bottom of the iPAQ and could easily be damaged by your leg in a cramped sailplane cockpit.  For that reason, I sell many of the Nimbus Cradles - it has an integral cable that exits the back of the cradle.  The integral cable connects to a Cambridge product or Goddard PS-5a and is a great alternative to this cable.
Important Note for GPS-NAV Owners:
Please read the note found here.
$65.00 In
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I37X-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Compaq/HP iPAQ 3100, 3600, or 3700 series Pocket PC to bare leads, Provides access to Power In (+5V), Ground, Data In, and Data Out. Use to connect to various GPS units, flight loggers, etc. Includes wiring diagram. $50.00 In
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I37X-3 Cable, 3 m (9.843 feet), Compaq/HP iPAQ 3100, 3600, or 3700 series Pocket PC to bare leads, Provides access to Power In (+5V), Ground, Data In, and Data Out. Use to connect to various GPS units, flight loggers, etc. Includes wiring diagram. $60.00 2 weeks
I38-NanoPwr-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Compaq/HP h3800, 3900, 2200, 4000, or 5000 series Pocket PC to LXNAV NanoPower Cable
iPAQ 3800 connector -> RJ45 connector, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power from the NanoPower cable to the PDA.  The NanoPower cable is powered with 12V from the glider's power system and provides 5V power for the Nano and the PDA.
  $55.00 In
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I38C-x Cable, Compaq/HP iPAQ h3800, 3900, 2200, 4000, or 5000 series Pocket PC to Cambridge DDV 302 or Goddard PS-5a, iPAQ 3800, 3900, 2200, 4000, or 5000 series connector -> DB-9m, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power to the Pocket PC.  You can select from various lengths upon ordering.  I try to keep 0.3m (11.8 in), 0.5m (19.7 in), 1m (3.281 ft), 2m (6.56 ft) and 3m (9.84 ft) units in stock.
Note: This is a very nice cable, but it does extend out from the bottom of the iPAQ and could easily be damaged by your leg in a cramped sailplane cockpit.  For that reason, I sell many of the Nimbus Cradles - it has an integral cable that exits the back of the cradle.  The integral cable connects to a Cambridge product or Goddard PS-5a and is a great alternative to this cable.
Important Note for GPS-NAV Owners: Please read the note found here.
$55.00 In
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I38RJ-0.2 Cable, 0.2 m (7.9 in), Compaq/HP iPAQ 3800, 3900, 2200, 4000, or 5000 series Pocket PC to Cambridge CAA-127 57 mm adapter plate, iPAQ 3800, 3900, 2200, 4000, or 5000 series connector -> RJ plug, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power to the Pocket PC.    $50.00 2 weeks
I38X-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Compaq/HP iPAQ 3800, 3900, 2200, 4000, or 5000 series Pocket PC to bare leads, Provides access to Power In (+5V), Ground, Data In, and Data Out. Use to connect to various GPS units, flight loggers, etc. Includes wiring diagram. $50.00 In
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I38X-3 Cable, 3 m (9.843 feet), Compaq/HP iPAQ 3800, 3900, 2200, 4000, or 5000 series Pocket PC to bare leads, Provides access to Power In (+5V), Ground, Data In, and Data Out. Use to connect to various GPS units, flight loggers, etc. Includes wiring diagram. $60.00 In
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LG-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Cambridge Aero Instruments L-NAV or S-NAV to Garmin GPS with a 4-pin round connector with leads for 12 V power for the GPS, Two cables come out of the Garmin GPS connector.  One (1 m long) goes to the L-NAV and includes serial transmit, receive, and ground lines.  The other cable (also 1 m long) ends in bare leads and is to be connected to 12 V power for the Garmin GPS.   $60.00 2 weeks
LX7007-Pnl-0.5 Cable, 0.5 m (19.7 inches), LX Navigation LX7007 Pro IGC to Instrument Panel Mountable DB-9f Connector, This cable is used to bring the connections from the DB-9 on the back of an LX7007 Pro IGC to the instrument panel where they can be more easily accessed.  The panel connector has ears for mounting the connector to the back of the instrument panel.  A small 15 x 30 mm rectangular hole and 2 small holes (see Panel Hole Drawing) must be made in the panel to allow access to the DB-9f connector.  The panel mounted connector is wired for connection to a standard PDA power/data cable. Includes lines for 5 VDC power and RS-232 data. Any Goddard PDA cable or modified PDA cradle can be connected directly to the panel connector.  DB-9m connector for LX7007 and DB-9f at panel.
Panel Hole Drawing

Gn57mmPlateDB-9 Instrument Hole Plate
The Gn57mmPlateDB-9 is an aluminum plate designed to allow you to mount the LX7007-PNl's panel connector in a small 57 mm instrument hole.  The plate also has a hole for a GNeck gooseneck.

$55.00 In
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Mod-SN10b-Pnl-302-1 Modify ILEC Supplied SN-10 Panel Cable for Connection to Cambridge 302 or 302A
The ILEC Panel Cable comes as standard equipment with an SN-10.  It is modified with a 1 m (39.4") cable with a DB-9m connector for connection to a Cambridge 302 or 302A.  GPS data goes from the 302 or 302A to the SN-10.   The 302 or 302A is not powered by the SN-10 so it must be powered through the power connector on the 302 or 302A. 

Note: If you don't have the ILEC supplied SN-10 panel cable you should order an SN10b-Pnl-302-1.

  $39.00 2 weeks
Mod-SN10b-Pnl-Colibri-1 Modify ILEC Supplied SN-10 Panel Cable for Connection to a Colibri
The ILEC Panel Cable comes as standard equipment with an SN-10.  It is modified with a 1 m (39.4") cable with an RJ connector for connection to a Colibri.  GPS data goes from the Colibri to the SN-10.   A 1 m cable with bare leads is to be connected to 12V power for the Colibri.

Note: If you don't have the ILEC supplied SN-10 panel cable you should order an SN10b-Pnl-Colibri-1.

  $49.00 2 weeks
Mod-SN10b-Pnl-EWmicroRec-1 Modify ILEC Supplied SN-10 Panel Cable for Connection to an EW microRecorder
The ILEC Panel Cable comes as standard equipment with an SN-10.  It is modified with a 1 m (39.4") cable with an RJ connector for connection to an EW microRecorder.  GPS data goes from the EW microRecorder to the SN-10.   A 1 m cable with bare leads is to be connected to 12V power for the EW microRecorder.

Note: If you don't have the ILEC supplied SN-10 panel cable you should order an SN10b-Pnl-EWmicroRec-1.

  $49.00 2 weeks
Mod-SN10b-Pnl-Ga-1 Modify ILEC Supplied SN-10 Panel Cable for Connection to Garmin GPS with Round 4-pin connector
The ILEC Panel Cable comes as standard equipment with an SN-10.  It is modified with a 1 m (39.4") cable with Garmin round 4-pin connector.  GPS data goes from the Garmin GPS to the SN-10.  A 1 m cable with bare leads is to be connected to 12V power for the Garmin.

Note: If you don't have the ILEC supplied SN-10 panel cable you should order an SN10b-Pnl-Ga-1.

  $49.00 2 weeks
Mod-SN10b-Pnl-GPS16-x Modification, Connect the customer's ILEC SN-10 Panel Cable to the customer's Garmin GPS16-HVS GPS.
The ILEC Panel Cable and Garmin GPS16-HVS must be purchased separately.  The ILEC Panel Cable comes as standard equipment with an SN-10.  The Garmin GPS16-HVS is available here.  The Garmin GPS cable can be cut to any length desired.  Please select the desired length when ordering.  Team Goddard does a fantastic job of connecting the GPS to the ILEC cable.  It is not an easy job because the ILEC cable uses a ribbon cable connection inside the connector - which is not easy to connect to.  The GPS16 receives 12V power from the SN-10b.
$39.00 2 weeks
Mod-SN10b-Pnl-GNAV-1 Modify ILEC Supplied SN-10 Panel Cable for Connection to Cambridge GPS-NAV
The ILEC Panel Cable comes as standard equipment with an SN-10.  It is modified with a 1 m (39.4") cable with an RJ connector for the GPS-NAV.  GPS data goes from the GPS-NAV to the SN-10.  The GPS-NAV is not powered by the SN-10 so it must be powered through the 12V RJ power connector on the GPS-NAV. 

Note: If you don't have the ILEC supplied SN-10 panel cable you should order an SN10b-Pnl-GNAV-1.

  $39.00 2 weeks
Mod-SN10b-Pnl-VLa-1 Modify ILEC Supplied SN-10 Panel Cable for Connection to Volkslogger with Round Binder Connector
The ILEC Panel Cable comes as standard equipment with an SN-10.  It is modified with a 1 m (39.4") cable with an round Binder connector for the Volkslogger.  GPS data goes from the Volkslogger to the SN-10.  The Volkslogger is powered by the SN-10.

Note: If you don't have the ILEC supplied SN-10 panel cable you should order an SN10b-Pnl-VLa-1.

  $59.00 2 weeks
Mod-SN10b-Pnl-VLb-1 Modify ILEC Supplied SN-10 Panel Cable for Connection to Volkslogger with RJ Connector
The ILEC Panel Cable comes as standard equipment with an SN-10.  It is modified with a 1 m (39.4") cable with an RJ connector for the Volkslogger.  GPS data goes from the Volkslogger to the SN-10.  The Volkslogger is powered by the SN-10.

Note: If you don't have the ILEC supplied SN-10 panel cable you should order an SN10b-Pnl-VLb-1.

  $39.00 2 weeks
Oudie-Erixx-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Naviter Oudie to IMI Erixx
miniUSB connector -> RJ-12 connector, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power from the Erixx to the Oudie.  The cable includes an inline RS-232 voltage level converter which converts the RS-232 standard signal levels to 3.3 volts as required by the Oudie. 
  $95.00 In Stock
Oudie-EWmicroRec-0p3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), Naviter Oudie power/data cable to EW microRecorder
For connecting an EW microRecorder to the RJ45 connector on an Oudie power/data cable. There is a male RJ45 connector at the Oudie power/data cable end and a male RJ45 connector at the EW microRecorder end. The Oudie power/data cable provides 12 V power for the EW.  This is not a simple ribbon cable.  it is a round, shielded cable.

*** Note: An RJ-Coupler-RJ45-RJ45 is required (and not included) for connecting this cable to the Oudie power/data cable's RJ45 connector.

Important Note: If you connect the Oudie power/data cable's RJ45 connector directly to an EW microRecorder, it will probably kill the EW microRecorder.  It is important that you use this adapter cable.

$50.00 In Stock
Oudie-LX1600-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Naviter Oudie to LX Navigation LX1600 or LX7007
miniUSB connector -> DB-9m connector, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power from the LX1600 or LX7007 to the Oudie.  The cable includes an RS-232 voltage level converter which converts the RS-232 standard signal levels to 3.3 volts as required by the Oudie.  The miniUSB connector is a right-angle connector which exits the Oudie toward the right side of the Oudie. 
$95.00 In Stock
Oudie-NanoPwr-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Naviter Oudie to LXNAV NanoPower cable
mini-USB connector for Oudie to RJ45 connector for NanoPower cable, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power from the NanoPower cable to the Oudie. The NanoPower cable is powered with 12V from the glider's power system and provides 5V power for the Nano and the Oudie.
$55.00 In Stock
Oudie-PS5a-0p3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), Naviter Oudie to Goddard PS-5a or Cambridge 302
miniUSB connector -> DB-9m connector, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power from the PS-5a or 302 to the Oudie.  The cable includes an RS-232 voltage level converter which converts the RS-232 standard signal levels to 3.3 volts as required by the Oudie.  The miniUSB connector is a right-angle connector which exits the Oudie toward the right side of the Oudie.  The signal converter circuitry is mounted inside the DB-9 connector.
$95.00 In Stock
Oudie-PS5a-0p5 Cable, 0.5 m (19.7 inches), Naviter Oudie to Goddard PS-5a or Cambridge 302
miniUSB connector -> DB-9m connector, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power from the PS-5a or 302 to the Oudie.  The cable includes an RS-232 voltage level converter which converts the RS-232 standard signal levels to 3.3 volts as required by the Oudie.  The miniUSB connector is a right-angle connector which exits the Oudie toward the right side of the Oudie.  The signal converter circuitry is mounted inside the DB-9 connector.
$95.00 In Stock
Oudie-PS5a-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Naviter Oudie to Goddard PS-5a or Cambridge 302
miniUSB connector -> DB-9m connector, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power from the PS-5a or 302 to the Oudie.  The cable includes an RS-232 voltage level converter which converts the RS-232 standard signal levels to 3.3 volts as required by the Oudie.  The miniUSB connector is a right-angle connector which exits the Oudie toward the right side of the Oudie.  The signal converter circuitry is mounted inside the DB-9 connector.
$95.00 In Stock
Oudie-PS5a-2 Cable, 2 m (6.562 feet), Naviter Oudie to Goddard PS-5a or Cambridge 302
miniUSB connector -> DB-9m connector, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power from the PS-5a or 302 to the Oudie.  The cable includes an RS-232 voltage level converter which converts the RS-232 standard signal levels to 3.3 volts as required by the Oudie.  The miniUSB connector is a right-angle connector which exits the Oudie toward the right side of the Oudie.  The signal converter circuitry is mounted inside the DB-9 connector.
$100.00 In Stock
Oudie-PS5a-3 Cable, 3 m (9.843 feet), Naviter Oudie to Goddard PS-5a or Cambridge 302
miniUSB connector -> DB-9m connector, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power from the PS-5a or 302 to the Oudie.  The cable includes an RS-232 voltage level converter which converts the RS-232 standard signal levels to 3.3 volts as required by the Oudie.  The miniUSB connector is a right-angle connector which exits the Oudie toward the right side of the Oudie.  The signal converter circuitry is mounted inside the DB-9 connector.
$105.00 In Stock
P-ColibriII-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Goddard PS-5a to LX Navigation Colibri II
For connecting an LX Navigation Colibri II to a Goddard PS-5a power converter. DB-9f at PS-5a end and mini-USB at Colibri II end. The PS-5a provides 5V power for the Colibri II. The cable's DB-9f connector housing has a built-in RS-232 to TTL data level converter which allows the Colibri II to communicate with any PDA.
  $95.00 In
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PalmVC-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Palm V connector to DB-9m (9-pin male) connector, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power to the Palm V.    $55.00 2 weeks
PalmUCIC-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Palm Universal Connector Interface connector to DB-9m (9-pin male) connector,
Works with the following Palm devices:
  • PalmT m125 ,m130, m500, m505, m515, i705
  • TungstenT T, T2, T3, C, W
  • Zire 71

This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power to the Palm device. 

$55.00 In
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PC-x Cable, DB-9m (9-pin male) connector to DB-9f (9-pin female) connector, Passes RS-232 transmit, receive (straight through) and ground leads.  You can select from various lengths upon ordering.  I keep 0.5 m (19.7 inches), 1 m (3.281 feet) and 3 m (9.843 feet) units in stock.  The 3m version is $10 extra.  This cable is often used to connect a Cambridge GPS-NAV to a Goddard PS-5a or Borgelt PDA-PS power converter.  It can also be used to connect a 302 or 302A to a PS-5a or PDA-PS. $36.00 In
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PCF-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), DB-9f (9-pin female) connector to DB-9f (9-pin female) connector, Passes RS-232 transmit, receive (straight through) and ground leads.    $36.00 2 weeks
PColibriB50-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to Borgelt B50 and LX Navigation Colibri, DB-9f (9-pin female connector for PS-5a) to DB-9m (9-pin male connector for Borgelt B50) to RJ-12 (6-pin phone jack connector for Colibri), Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to Colibri.  RS-232 serial data goes from the Colibri transmit to the B50 receive to the B50 transmit to the PS-5a and on to the Pocket PC receive line.  The transmit line on the Pocket PC is routed to the Colibri receive line for electronic flight declarations. This cable also includes a mechanical switch for mounting in the panel which is necessary to allow electronic flight declarations to be acknowledged by the Colibri.  It has two settings: "Flight", and "Declaration". $84.00 In
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PColibriLNAV-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to Filser Colibri and Cambridge L-NAV or S-NAV, DB-9f (9-pin female) for the PS-5a to RJ6/6 (6-conductor phone jack) connector for the Colibri and RJ connector for the L-NAV or S-NAV, Two cables exit the connector on the PS-5a - one for the Colibri and one for the L-NAV.  Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to Colibri. GPS data is routed from the Colibri to the L-NAV and to the PS-5a for the Pocket PC.   $85.00 2 weeks
PEWmicroRec-0.3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), Goddard PS-5a or Borgelt PDA_PS to EW microRecorder, DB-9f (9-pin female) to RJ45 (8-conductor phone jack) connector, Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a or PDA_PS to EW microRecorder.   $45.00 In
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PEWmicroRec-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Goddard PS-5a or Borgelt PDA_PS to EW microRecorder, DB-9f (9-pin female) to RJ45 (8-conductor phone jack) connector, Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a or PDA_PS to EW microRecorder.   $45.00 In
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PFC-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to Filser Colibri, DB-9f (9-pin female) to RJ6/6 (6-conductor phone jack) connector, Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to Colibri. $45.00 In
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PFCLX160-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to Filser Colibri and LX160, DB-9f (9-pin female) to RJ6/6 (6-conductor phone jack for Colibri) connector and DB-9f (9-pin female connector for Filser LX160) , Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to Colibri.  GPS data is sent from the Colibri to the LX160 and through the PS-5a to a Pocket PC.  The transmit line on the Pocket PC is routed to the Colibri receive line for electronic flight declarations. There is no connection to the LX160 receive line.   $75.00 2 weeks
PGa-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to Garmin GPS with round 4-pin connector, DB-9f (9-pin female) connector to Garmin GPS 4-pin round connector, Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to Garmin GPS. $40.00 In
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PGaEWD-0.5 Cable, 0.5 m (19.7 in), PS-5a to Garmin GPS with round 4-pin connector and EW Model D Barograph/Flight Recorder, Includes DB-9f (9-pin female) connector for the PS-5a, 4-pin round connector for the Garmin GPS, and DB-9m connector for the EW (which has a DB-9f).  The PS-5a provides 12 V power and ground leads for the Garmin GPS and the EW Model D.  A panel mounted "Fly / Declare" switch is used to to change the way the PDA, GPS and EW Model D are connected.  In "Fly" mode, the GPS data goes from the Garmin to both the EW Model D and the PS-5a (and on to the PDA).  In "Declare" mode the PDA's transmit and receive lines are connected directly to the EW Model D for downloading flight logs and uploading task declarations. $95.00 In
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PGb33-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-3a or PS-533a to Garmin GPS with 4-pin rectangular connector, DB-9f (9-pin female) connector to Garmin rectangular connector, Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 3.3 V power and ground leads from PS-3a or PS-533a Power Conversion Unit to Garmin GPS. This kit is for Garmin GPS's which require 3.3 VDC input power only.   $40.00 2 weeks
PGNAV-0.3 Cable, 0.3 m (11.8 inches), PS-5a to Cambridge Aero Instruments GPS-NAV, DB-9f (9-pin female) connector at PS-5a end to DB-9m data connector and RJ-11 power connector at GPS-NAV end, Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to GPS-NAV. $65.00 In
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PGNAV-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to Cambridge Aero Instruments GPS-NAV, DB-9f (9-pin female) connector at PS-5a end to DB-9m data connector and RJ-11 power connector at GPS-NAV end, Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to GPS-NAV. $65.00 In
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PGP941-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to Zander GP941, DB-9f (9-pin female) connector for PS-5a to DB-9m (9-pin male) at for GP941, Passes RS-232 transmit and receive and common, The Zander GP941 has 2 connectors, one for power and and one for PC/PDA data.  PDA power is not provided in this cable.   $36.00 2 weeks
PL-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to bare leads (unconnected wires), DB-9f (9-pin female) connector to bare leads, Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to bare leads for connecting to your GPS, etc.   $33.00 2 weeks
PLAm100-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to Lowrance AirMap100 GPS, DB-9f (9-pin female) connector to AirMap100 GPS connector, Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to AirMap100.   $70.00 2 weeks
PLX20a-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to LX20 with DB-9f (9-pin female) connector on base of LX20, DB-9f connector to DB-9f connector, Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to LX20.   $45.00 In
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PLX20b-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to LX20-2000 with RJ6/6 (6-conductor phone jack) connector, DB-9f (9-pin female) to RJ6/6 connector, Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to LX20.   $45.00 In
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PLX8000-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to round, female, 5-pin Binder connector for LX8000 "PC" connector, This cable provides 2-way RS-232 serial connections. It does not include power connections. There is a DB-9f connector at the PS-5a end and a round, female, 5-pin Binder connector for connection to the LX8000's "PC Connector" - on the LX8000 wiring harness. $65.00 2 Weeks
PM315-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to Magellan 315 GPS, DB-9f (9-pin female) connector to Magellan GPS connector, Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to Magellan 315 GPS.  The cable includes an inline power converter for converting the 12 VDC power from the glider battery to 3.3 VDC for the 315 GPS. $65.00 2 weeks
PS-12a Power and Data Connector for use with 12V devices
This unit was designed for taking 12V power from a glider battery and connecting it to both a GPS an a Pocket PC cradle that accepts 12V input.  It also passes RS-232 data (GPS data) straight through.  It is very similar to the PS-5a power converter - but does not include the 12V to 5V power converter or the capacitors.  It does include a "resettable" fuse and reverse polarity power protection.  The fuse is guaranteed to allow current flow of up to 1.1 amps and will definitely trip if the current gets up to 2.2 amps.
Example Applications
Connect the cable to your glider battery. Use a PVb-1 cable on the GPS side to connect to a Volkslogger and provide 12V power and data to the VL, Use a RAM-1 cable on the PDA side to connect to a RAM powered cradle with integral 12V to 5V power converter for a wide variety of Pocket PC types.  I also have iPAQ Cradles with integral 12V to 5V power converters.
Connections

Input: 12V power through a 2m long cable that is to be connected to a glider battery.
GPS Connector, DB-9m (pins), See wiring diagram below
PDA Connector, DB-9f (sockets), See wiring diagram below
The pin connections are the same for the both the GPS and PDA connectors and are wired straight through.
Pin 2 - PDA Receive, GPS Transmit, this is a "straight though" connection
Pin 3 - PDA Transmit, GPS Receive, this is a "straight though" connection
Pin 5 - Ground/Common
Pin 7 - 12V power output for PDA and/or GPS
Approximate Dimensions: 3" long x 1.5" wide x 3/4" thick
Accepts existing :: Goddard :: PDA cables
$45.00 2 Weeks
PS-3a High Efficiency Power Conversion Unit, 3.3 V
Input: 10.2 to 16 VDC
Output: 3.3 VDC @ 1.4 A
85% Efficient with 12 V input
RS-232 Pass-through
12 VDC output pass-through for powering Volksloggers, Garmin GPS's, etc.
Capacitor for battery switchover mitigation
Reverse power connection protection on the 12V power input
Resettable fuse protection
RFI suppression
Dimensions: 3.5" long x 3.3" wide (including mounting tabs) x 1" thick
Accepts existing :: Goddard :: PDA cables

Electrical Noise Suppression
Electrical Noise can be a problem with low cost switching power converters.  The Goddard PS-5a has been very popular and I've never had any complaints about electrical noise from the PS-5a interfering with the aircraft radio. Below is a list of techniques used in the PS-5a to minimize electrical noise:
  • Internal ferrite shielding on both power and ground lines coming into the unit. 
  • Capacitive filtering on the power lines
  • RFI/EMI filtered DB-9 connectors
  • Ground and power planes on the printed circuit board

Efficiently converts 12 VDC input to 3.3 VDC output for Garmin GPS's that have rectangular connectors. Compatibility with a complete line of cables allows it to be used with a wide variety of devices.  For help selecting the right components for your needs, see the Cable Selection Guide

$88.00 3 weeks
PS-533a High Efficiency Power Conversion Unit, 5 V & 3.3 V
Input: 10.2 to 16 VDC
Output: 5 VDC @ 1 A and 3.3 VDC at 1 A
85% Efficient with 12 V input
RS-232 Pass-through
Capacitor for battery switchover mitigation
Reverse power connection protection on the 12V power input
Resettable fuse protection
RFI suppression
Dimensions: 3.5" long x 3.3" wide (including mounting tabs) x 1" thick
Accepts existing :: Goddard :: PDA cables

Electrical Noise Suppression
Electrical Noise can be a problem with low cost switching power converters.  The Goddard PS-533a has been very popular and I've never had any complaints about electrical noise from the PS-533a interfering with the aircraft radio. Below is a list of techniques used in the PS-5a to minimize electrical noise:
  • Internal ferrite shielding on both power and ground lines coming into the unit. 
  • Capacitive filtering on the power lines
  • RFI/EMI filtered DB-9 connectors
  • Ground and power planes on the printed circuit board

Efficiently converts 12 VDC input to 5 VDC output for Pocket PC's and 3.3 VDC output for Garmin GPS's with rectangular connectors.. Compatibility with a complete line of cables allows the device to be used with a wide variety of Pocket PC's, GPS's, flight computers, flight loggers, etc.  The unique modular design allows easy upgrades in the future.  Upgrading your Pocket PC or logger will require the purchase of only one new cable. For help selecting the right components for your needs, see the Cable Selection Guide

$110.00 2 weeks
PS-5a High Efficiency Power Conversion Unit, 5 V
Efficiently converts 12 VDC input to 5 VDC output for Pocket PC's. Compatibility with a complete line of cables allows the device to be used with a wide variety of Pocket PC's, GPS's, flight computers, flight loggers, etc.  The unique modular design allows easy upgrades in the future.  Upgrading your Pocket PC or logger will require the purchase of only one new cable. For help selecting the right components for your needs, see the Cable Selection Guide.   This product has been copied by several competitors, but none of them offer all the features found in this extremely popular product.  This product is worth every penny.
  • Input: 10.2 to 16 VDC
  • Output: 5 VDC @ 1.2 A
  • 85% Efficient with 12 V input
  • RS-232 Pass-through
  • 12 VDC output pass-through for powering Volksloggers, Garmin GPS's, etc.
  • Capacitor for battery switchover mitigation - The capacitor supplies power for a short time if there is a momentary power interruption such as when switching between batteries.  Most competitive products do not offer this very nice feature.  That is partly why the PS-5a is a bit more expensive than competitive products.  Even if you don't need this features now, you may want it in the future. I always install 2 batteries in my gliders that are selectable using a panel mounted switch so that I'm certain to always have enough power for all my toys.
  • Reverse power connection protection on the 12V power input
  • Resettable fuse protection - The built-in fuse negates the need for fuses for the devices powered by the PS-5a.  Most competitive products do not offer this feature.
  • RFI suppression
  • Low power draw when not powering any other devices, about 8 mA (less than an LED light)

Dimensions: 3.5" long x 3.3" wide (including mounting tabs) x 1" thick
Accepts existing :: Goddard :: PDA cables

Electrical Noise Suppression
Electrical Noise can be a problem with low cost switching power converters.  The Goddard PS-5a has been extremely popular with glider pilots around the world and I've never had any complaints about electrical noise from the PS-5a interfering with the aircraft radio. Below is a list of techniques used in the PS-5a to minimize electrical noise:

  • Internal ferrite shielding on both power and ground lines coming into the unit. 
  • Capacitive filtering on the power lines
  • RFI/EMI filtered DB-9 connectors
  • Ground and power planes on the printed circuit board
$88.00 In
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PVa-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to Volkslogger with round Binder connector, DB-9f (9-pin female connector) to 5-pin, right-angle Binder connector used on older Volksloggers, Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to Volkslogger. $65.00 In
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PVaB50-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to Borgelt B50 and Volkslogger with round Binder connector, DB-9f (9-pin female connector for PS-5a) to DB-9f (9-pin female connector for Borgelt B50) to round Binder connector for Volkslogger, Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to Volkslogger.  RS-232 serial data goes from the Volkslogger transmit to the B50 receive to the B50 transmit to the PS-5a and on to the Pocket PC receive line.  The transmit line on the Pocket PC is routed to the Volkslogger receive line for electronic flight declarations. This cable also includes a mechanical switch for mounting in the panel which is necessary to allow electronic flight declarations to be acknowledged by the Volkslogger.  It has two settings: "Flight", and "Declaration".   $104.00 2 weeks
PVb-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to Volkslogger with RJ-45 connector or FLARM
DB-9f (9-pin female connector) to RJ-45 (8-conductor phone jack connector), Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to Volkslogger.
$45.00 In
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PVb-PwrSw-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a or SW-1 to Volkslogger with RJ-45 connector or FLARM, with Power Switch
DB-9f (9-pin female connector) to RJ-45 (8-conductor phone jack connector), Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to Volkslogger or FLARM.  Includes a panel-mountable "ON/OFF" power switch for 12V power for the Volkslogger or FLARM.
  $85.00 In
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PVbB100-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to Borgelt B100 and Volkslogger with RJ-45 connector, DB-9f (9-pin female connector for PS-5a) to DB-9f (9-pin female connector for Borgelt B50) to RJ-45 (8-pin phone jack connector for Volkslogger), Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to Volkslogger.  RS-232 serial data goes from the Volkslogger transmit to the B100 and the Pocket PC.  The transmit line on the Pocket PC is routed to the Volkslogger receive line for electronic flight declarations.   $84.00 2 weeks
PVbB50-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to Borgelt B50 and Volkslogger with RJ-45 connector, DB-9f (9-pin female connector for PS-5a) to DB-9m (9-pin male connector for Borgelt B50) to RJ-45 (8-pin phone jack connector for Volkslogger), Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to Volkslogger.  RS-232 serial data goes from the Volkslogger transmit to the B50 receive to the B50 transmit to the PS-5a and on to the Pocket PC receive line.  The transmit line on the Pocket PC is routed to the Volkslogger receive line for electronic flight declarations. This cable also includes a mechanical switch for mounting in the panel which is necessary to allow electronic flight declarations to be acknowledged by the Volkslogger.  It has two settings: "Flight", and "Declaration". $84.00 In
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PVbLX160-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), PS-5a to Filser LX160 and Volkslogger with RJ-45 connector, DB-9f (9-pin female connector for PS-5a) to DB-9f (9-pin female connector for Filser LX160) to RJ-45 (8-pin phone jack connector for Volkslogger), Passes RS-232 transmit and receive, 12 V power and ground leads from PS-5a Power Conversion Unit to Volkslogger.  RS-232 serial data goes from the Volkslogger transmit to the LX160 receive line and to the PS-5a and on to the Pocket PC receive line.  The transmit line on the Pocket PC is routed to the Volkslogger receive line for electronic flight declarations. There is no connection to the LX160 transmit line.   $75.00 2 weeks
PX-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), DB-9m (9-pin male) to DB-9f (9-pin female), Passes RS-232 transmit, receive and ground leads. The transmit and receive lines are crossed from pin 2 on one connector to pin 3 on the other connector and from pin 3 to 2.   $36.00 2 weeks

 

PXF-0.5 Cable, 0.5 m (19.7 inches), DB-9f (9-pin female) to DB-9f (9-pin female), Passes RS-232 transmit, receive and ground leads. The transmit and receive lines are crossed from pin 2 on one connector to pin 3 on the other connector and from pin 3 to 2. $36.00 In
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RAM-CM-0.3 Cable, 0.3 m (12 inches), RAM Powered PDA Cradle to RJ connector for Cambridge 57 mm adapter plate, Two cables exit the back of the DB-9f connector. One is a 0.3 m long cable to an RJ connector for use with a Cambridge 57 mm mount adapter.  The other cable is a 1m long power lead.  The cables exit the back of the connector at the RAM cradle end - away from the Pocket PC user.   $55.00 2 weeks
SCSJ22C-1 Cable, 1 m (3.281 feet), Sony Clie PEG-SJ22 to DB-9m for Goddard PS-5a, This cable provides complete communication between the units as well as passing +5 VDC power to the PDA.   $55.00 In
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SN10b-Pnl-1500-GNAV-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel, PDA and Cambridge Aero Instruments GPS-NAV
Note: This cable connects the GPS-NAV's 5V power output to the PDA.  It is designed for use with Pocket PCs which can not draw more current than the GPS-NAV can supply such the Compaq Aero 1500 models.  Therefore a Goddard PS-5a power converter is not required.  If you are using any Pocket PC other than the Compaq Aero 1500 series you should use the SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GNAV-1 cable below.

This cable is designed to enable a Compaq Aero 1500 series Pocket PC and an SN-10 to be connected to a GPS-NAV.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  4 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector for connection to a cable or cradle for the Compaq Aero 1500 such as the AeroC-1 cable or the CAA-128 cradle.  The end of this cable has nuts so that the PDA cable can be securely connected to it.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to 2 connectors for the GPS-NAV.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a "PDA Input" switch that is used to select whether the PDA gets GPS data directly from the GPS (for flight declarations and flight log downloads) or from the SN-10 (for use in flight).  The transmit line on the PDA is connected to the GPS-NAV receive line on the DB-9 connector so that flight logs may be downloaded and task declarations may be uploaded.

New Version
In August of 2005 ILEC released a new version of the SN-10 firmware which can send receive data from a GPS, add ILEC wind and vario data to the GPS data stream and send all the data to a PDA.  Details are available here.  The updated cable can be used with both SN-10b units with old (firmware<2.31) or new (firmware >=2.31).  Due to the wiring change required to accommodate this new software feature, this cable has been re-designed to include a "PDA Input" switch.  Below is a summary of the switch positions. 

PDA Input Switch Positions

  • "GPS/Declare" - The PDA receives GPS data directly from the GPS (from the GPS-NAV's DB-9 connector).  GPS data is also sent directly to the SN-10 (from the GPS-NAV's RJ connector).  Allows the flight recorder to respond directly to the PDA to acknowledge task declarations or download flight logs.  Use only during task declarations and flight log downloads with SN-10 units with firmware version 2.31 or greater.  Used at all times with SN-10 units with firmware version < 2.31. Also used at all times when a PDA is not connected.
  • "SN-10/Fly" - The PDA gets GPS data through the SN-10.  GPS output is sent only to the SN-10's "NMEA input" line from the GPS-NAV's DB-9 connector.  The SN-10 adds SN-10 data to the GPS data stream and sends the data to the PDA. The SN-10's transmit line is connected to the PDA's receive line.  Use this position when in flight or when not doing a task declaration or flightlog download.  Do not use this position when not connected to a PDA because the GPS-NAV will not send data out the DB-9 port until soaring software tells it to.

Old Version - no longer available
Previous versions of this cable split the GPS data and sent it directly to both the PDA and the SN-10.  No switch was used.

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

  $119.00 3 weeks
SN10b-Pnl-Oudie-FLARMDB9-Pwr-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel, Oudie and PowerFLARM Core's DB-9 port
Cable, Ilec SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel, RJ45 connector for Oudie power/data cable (RJ45 coupler required and not included) and DB-9m connector for PowerFLARM Core, An Oudie Input switch is used to select whether the Oudie receives data from the FLARM (declare and download) or the SN10 (flight). A GPS Input switch is used to select whether the PowerFLARM receives data from the SN10 (SN10 task declarations) or the Oudie (Oudie task declarations and flight log downloads). The Oudie power/data cable provides 5V power for the Oudie. Separate 12V power leads are used to power the PowerFLARM Core independently.

GPS Input Switch Positions

  • "SN10" - Used to send task declarations from the SN-10 to the PowerFLARM Core.
  • "Oudie" - Used to send task declarations from the Oudie to the PowerFLARM Core. Note: Flight log downloads through the serial port are not supported by the PowerFLARM.

Oudie Input Switch Positions

  • "Declare" - PowerFLARM Core output is sent directly to both the Oudie and the SN-10.  Allows the flight recorder to respond directly to the Oudie to acknowledge task declarations.  Use only during task declarations with SN-10 units with firmware version 2.31 or greater.  Used at all times with SN-10 units with firmware version < 2.31.
  • "Fly" - The Oudie receives GPS and FLARM and SN10 data through the SN-10. PowerFLARM Core output is sent only to the SN-10's "NMEA input" line.  The SN-10 adds SN-10 data to the GPS and FLARM data stream and sends the data to the Oudie. The SN-10's transmit line is connected to the Oudie's receive line.  Use this position when in flight or when not doing a task declaration.
  $129.00 In Stock
SN10b-Pnl-PDA-302-0.5 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel, PDA and Cambridge Aero Instruments 302 or 302A
This cable is designed to enable a PDA (Pocket PC or Palm device) and an SN-10 to be connected to a 302A or 302.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  4 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  Another 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector for the PDA cable.  It is also designed to be mounted in the instrument panel.  5V power is taken from the 302 or 302A and made available to the PDA cable.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to an DB-9m connector for the 302A or 302.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a "PDA Input" switch that is used to select whether GPS data goes directly to both the SN-10 and the PDA (for flight declarations and flight log downloads) or through the SN-10 to the PDA (for use in flight). The transmit line on the PDA is connected to the GPS receive line so that flight logs may be downloaded and task declarations may be uploaded.

New Version
In August of 2005 ILEC released a new version of the SN-10 firmware which can send receive data from a GPS, add ILEC wind and vario data to the GPS data stream and send all the data to a PDA.  Details are available here.  The updated cable can be used with both SN-10b units with old (firmware<2.31) or new (firmware >=2.31).  Due to the wiring change required to accommodate this new software feature, this cable has been re-designed to include a "PDA Input" switch.  Below is a summary of the switch positions. 

PDA Input Switch Positions

  • "GPS/Declare" - GPS output is sent directly to both the PDA and the SN-10.  Allows the flight recorder to respond directly to the PDA to acknowledge task declarations or download flight logs.  Use only during task declarations and flight log downloads with SN-10 units with firmware version 2.31 or greater.  Used at all times with SN-10 units with firmware version < 2.31.
  • "SN10/Fly" - The PDA receives GPS data from the SN-10. GPS output is sent only to the SN-10's "NMEA input" line.  The SN-10 adds SN-10 data to the GPS data stream and sends the data to the PDA. The SN-10's transmit line is connected to the PDA's receive line.  Use this position when in flight or when not doing a task declaration or flightlog download.

Old Version - no longer available
Previous versions of this cable split the GPS data and sent it directly to both the PDA and the SN-10.  No switch was used.

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

  $119.00 3 weeks
SN10b-Pnl-PDA-EWmicroRec-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel, PDA and EW microRecorder
This cable is designed to enable a PDA (Pocket PC or Palm device) and an SN-10 to be connected to an EW microRecorder.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  4 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  Another 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector for the PDA cable.  It is also designed to be mounted in the instrument panel.  5V power is taken from the EW microRecorder and made available to the PDA cable.  A 1 m (3.28 ft) cable goes to an DB-9m connector for the EW microRecorder.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a "PDA Input" switch that is used to select whether GPS data goes directly to both the SN-10 and the PDA (for flight declarations) or through the SN-10 to the PDA (for use in flight). The transmit line on the PDA is connected to the GPS receive line so that flight logs may be downloaded and task declarations may be uploaded.

PDA Input Switch Positions

  • "GPS/Declare" - GPS output is sent directly to both the PDA and the SN-10.  Allows the flight recorder to respond directly to the PDA to acknowledge task declarations.  Use only during task declarations with SN-10 units with firmware version 2.31 or greater.  Used at all times with SN-10 units with firmware version < 2.31.
  • "SN10/Fly" - The PDA receives GPS data from the SN-10. GPS output is sent only to the SN-10's "NMEA input" line.  The SN-10 adds SN-10 data to the GPS data stream and sends the data to the PDA. The SN-10's transmit line is connected to the PDA's receive line.  Use this position when in flight or when not doing a task declaration.

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

  $119.00 3 weeks
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Colibri-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel, PS-5a and LX Navigation Colibri
This cable is designed to enable a PDA (Pocket PC or Palm device) and an SN-10 to be connected to a LX Navigation Colibri.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  4 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector for the PS-5a power converter (which sends power and data to the PDA).  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to an RJ connector for the Colibri.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a "PDA Input" switch that is used to select whether GPS data goes directly to both the SN-10 and the PDA (for flight declarations and flight log downloads) or through the SN-10 to the PDA (for use in flight).  The PS-5a provides 12V power for the Colibri.  With the "PDA Input" switch set to "declare" task declarations can be uploaded and flight logs can be downloaded using the flyWithCE Downloader or ConnectMe or pocket*StrePla-Connect programs.

New Version
In August of 2005 ILEC released a new version of the SN-10 firmware which can send receive data from a GPS, add ILEC wind and vario data to the GPS data stream and send all the data to a PDA.  Details are available here.  The updated cable can be used with both SN-10b units with old (firmware<2.31) or new (firmware >=2.31).  Due to the wiring change required to accommodate this new software feature, this cable has been re-designed to include a "PDA Input" switch.  Below is a summary of the switch positions. 

PDA Input Switch Positions

  • "GPS/Declare" - GPS output is sent directly to both the PDA and the SN-10.  Allows the flight recorder to respond directly to the PDA to acknowledge task declarations or download flight logs.  Use only during task declarations and flight log downloads with SN-10 units with firmware version 2.31 or greater.  Used at all times with SN-10 units with firmware version < 2.31.
  • "SN10/Fly" - The PDA receives GPS data from the SN-10. GPS output is sent only to the SN-10's "NMEA input" line.  The SN-10 adds SN-10 data to the GPS data stream and sends the data to the PDA. The SN-10's transmit line is connected to the PDA's receive line.  Use this position when in flight or when not doing a task declaration or flightlog download.

Old Version - no longer available
Previous versions of this cable split the GPS data and sent it directly to both the PDA and the SN-10.  No switch was used.

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

  $119.00 3 weeks
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-FLARM-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel, PS-5a and FLARM or PowerFLARM
This cable is designed to enable a PDA or PNA and an SN-10 to be connected to a FLARM or PowerFLARM.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable" and includes all the connections found in that cable.  5 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10:
  • A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a "FLARM Input" switch that is used to select whether the FLARM receives data from the SN10 (SN10 task declarations) or the PDA (PDA task declarations and flight log downloads). 
  • A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a "PDA Input" switch that is used to select whether GPS data goes directly to both the SN-10 and the PDA (for flight declarations and flight log downloads) or through the SN-10 to the PDA (for use in flight). 
  • A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit. 
  • A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector for the Goddard PS-5a power converter or Oudie Power/data cable.  The PS-5a or Oudie power/data cable provide 5V power to the PDA or PNA and 12V power for the FLARM.
  • A 1 m (39.4") cable goes to an RJ45 connector for the FLARM or PowerFLARM.  This cable provides data and 12V power to the FLARM. 

FLARM Input Switch Positions

  • "SN10" - Used to send task declarations from the SN-10 to the FLARM.
  • "PDA" - Used to send task declarations from the PDA to the GPS and for flight log downloads to the PDA.

PDA Input Switch Positions

  • "FLARM/Declare" - FLARM output including both GPS data and FLARM traffic data is sent directly to both the PDA and the SN-10.  This allows the flight recorder to respond directly to the PDA to acknowledge task declarations or download flight logs.  Use only during task declarations and flight log downloads with SN-10 units with firmware version 2.31 or greater.  Used at all times with SN-10 units with firmware version < 2.31.
  • "SN10/Fly" - The PDA receives GPS and FLARM data from the SN-10. FLARM output is sent to the SN-10's "NMEA input" line.  The SN-10 adds SN-10 data to the FLARM and GPS data stream and sends the data to the PDA. The SN-10's transmit line is connected to the PDA's receive line.  Use this position when in flight or when not doing a task declaration or flightlog downloads.
  $119.00 In Stock
SN10a-Pnl-PS5a-Ga-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: 0 - 99) to Instrument Panel, PS-5a and Garmin GPS (with round 4-pin connector)
This cable is designed to enable a PDA (Pocket PC or Palm device) and an SN-10 to be connected to a Garmin GPS.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  3 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector for the PS-5a power converter (which sends power and data to the PDA).  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a round 4-pin connector for the Garmin GPS.  The PS-5a provides 12V power for the Garmin GPS. The transmit line on the PDA is connected to the GPS receive line so that flight logs may be downloaded from the GPS.

New Version
In August of 2005 ILEC released a new version of the SN-10 firmware which can send receive data from a GPS, add ILEC wind and vario data to the GPS data stream and send all the data to a PDA.  Details are available here.  Due to the wiring change required to accommodate this new software feature, there are now 2 versions of this cable.  Below is a summary of the two versions.  You can select the desired version when you order.

  • "Y" Version - SN-10 Firmware version 2.30 or lower - GPS data splits and goes directly to both the PDA and SN-10.  Note: There is a free upgrade to the latest version available here.
  • "Through SN10" Version - SN-10 Firmware version 2.31 or higher - Data goes from the GPS to the SN-10 and then from the SN-10 to the PDA.

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

  $119.00 3 weeks
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GNAV-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel, PS-5a and Cambridge Aero Instruments GPS-NAV
Note: This cable does not connect the GPS-NAV's 5V power output to the PDA.  It is designed for use with Pocket PCs which can draw more current than the GPS-NAV can supply such iPAQ models.  Therefore a Goddard PS-5a power converter is required.  If you are using a Compaq Aero 1500 series Pocket PC you should use the SN10b-Pnl-1500-GNAV-1 cable above.

This cable is designed to enable a PDA (Pocket PC or Palm device) and an SN-10 to be connected to a GPS-NAV.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  4 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector for connection to a Goddard PS-5a power converter which is connected to the PDA through a cable like the I38C-x or a cradle like the Cumulus iPAQ Cradle.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to 2 connectors for the GPS-NAV.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a "PDA Input" switch that is used to select whether GPS data goes directly to both the SN-10 and the PDA (for flight declarations and flight log downloads) or through the SN-10 to the PDA (for use in flight).  The transmit line on the PDA is connected to the GPS-NAV receive line on the DB-9 connector so that flight logs may be downloaded and task declarations may be uploaded.

New Version
In August of 2005 ILEC released a new version of the SN-10 firmware which can send receive data from a GPS, add ILEC wind and vario data to the GPS data stream and send all the data to a PDA.  Details are available here.  The updated cable can be used with both SN-10b units with old (firmware<2.31) or new (firmware >=2.31).  Due to the wiring change required to accommodate this new software feature, this cable has been re-designed to include a "PDA Input" switch.  Below is a summary of the switch positions. 

PDA Input Switch Positions

  • "GPS/Declare/No PDA" - GPS output is sent directly to both the PDA (from the GPS-NAV's DB-9 connector) and the SN-10 (from the GPS-NAV's RJ connector).  Allows the flight recorder to respond directly to the PDA to acknowledge task declarations or download flight logs.  Use only during task declarations and flight log downloads with SN-10 units with firmware version 2.31 or greater.  Used at all times with SN-10 units with firmware version < 2.31. Also used at all times when a PDA is not connected.
  • "SN10/Fly with PDA" - The PDA receives GPS data from the SN-10. GPS output is sent only to the SN-10's "NMEA input" line from the GPS-NAV's RJ connector.  The SN-10 adds SN-10 data to the GPS data stream and sends the data to the PDA. The SN-10's transmit line is connected to the PDA's receive line.  Use this position when in flight or when not doing a task declaration or flightlog download. 

Old Version - no longer available
Previous versions of this cable split the GPS data and sent it directly to both the PDA and the SN-10.  No switch was used.

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

  $119.00 3 weeks
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS16-x Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel, PS-5a and Garmin GPS 16-HVS
This cable is designed to enable a PDA (Pocket PC or Palm device) and an SN-10 to be connected to a Garmin GPS16-HVS.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  3 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector for the PS-5a power converter (which sends power and data to the PDA).  A 1 m, 2 m, or 3 m cable goes to the Garmin GPS 16-HVS.  You select the cable length between the SN-10 and GPS 16-HVS when you order this cable. The SN-10 provides 12V power for the Garmin GPS 16-HVS. The Garmin GPS 16-HVS is not included in this price.  It is available here.

New Version
In August of 2005 ILEC released a new version of the SN-10 firmware which can send receive data from a GPS, add ILEC wind and vario data to the GPS data stream and send all the data to a PDA.  Details are available here.  Due to the wiring change required to accommodate this new software feature, there are now 2 versions of this cable.  Below is a summary of the two versions.  You can select the desired version when you order.

  • "Y" Version - SN-10 Firmware version 2.30 or lower - GPS data splits and goes directly to both the PDA and SN-10.  Note: There is a free upgrade to the latest version available here.
  • "Through SN10" Version - SN-10 Firmware version 2.31 or higher - Data goes from the GPS to the SN-10 and then from the SN-10 to the PDA.

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

  $119.00 3 weeks
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-GPS35-x Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel, PS-5a and Garmin GPS35-HVS
This cable is designed to enable a PDA (Pocket PC or Palm device) and an SN-10 to be connected to a Garmin GPS35-HVS.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  3 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector for the PS-5a power converter (which sends power and data to the PDA).  A 1 m, 2 m, or 3 m cable goes to the Garmin GPS16-HVS.  You select the cable length between the SN-10 and GPS35 when you order this cable. The SN-10 provides 12V power for the Garmin GPS35. The Garmin GPS35-HVS is not included in this price. 

New Version
In August of 2005 ILEC released a new version of the SN-10 firmware which can send receive data from a GPS, add ILEC wind and vario data to the GPS data stream and send all the data to a PDA.  Details are available here.  Due to the wiring change required to accommodate this new software feature, there are now 2 versions of this cable.  Below is a summary of the two versions.  You can select the desired version when you order.

  • "Y" Version - SN-10 Firmware version 2.30 or lower - GPS data splits and goes directly to both the PDA and SN-10.  Note: There is a free upgrade to the latest version available here.
  • "Through SN10" Version - SN-10 Firmware version 2.31 or higher - Data goes from the GPS to the SN-10 and then from the SN-10 to the PDA.

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

  $119.00 3 weeks
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-Themi-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel, PS-5a and Themi
This cable is designed to enable a PDA (Pocket PC or Palm device) and an SN-10 to be connected to a Themi GPS.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  3 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector for the PS-5a power converter (which sends power and data to the PDA).  A 1 m (39.4") cable goes to a DB-9f connector for the Themi wiring harness.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a "PDA Input" switch that is used to select whether GPS data goes directly to both the SN-10 and the PDA (for flight declarations and flight log downloads) or through the SN-10 to the PDA (for use in flight).  With the switch set to "Declare" the PDA can be used to upload task declarations and download flight logs from the Themi using the PocketDOS and the Themi download utility. 

New Version
In August of 2005 ILEC released a new version of the SN-10 firmware which can send receive data from a GPS, add ILEC wind and vario data to the GPS data stream and send all the data to a PDA.  Details are available here.  The updated cable can be used with both SN-10b units with old (firmware<2.31) or new (firmware >=2.31).  Due to the wiring change required to accommodate this new software feature, this cable has been re-designed to include a "PDA Input" switch.  Below is a summary of the switch positions. 

PDA Input Switch Positions

  • "GPS/Declare" - GPS output is sent directly to both the PDA and the SN-10.  Allows the flight recorder to respond directly to the PDA to acknowledge task declarations or download flight logs.  Use only during task declarations and flight log downloads with SN-10 units with firmware version 2.31 or greater.  Used at all times with SN-10 units with firmware version < 2.31.
  • "SN10/Fly" - The PDA receives GPS data from the SN-10. GPS output is sent only to the SN-10's "NMEA input" line.  The SN-10 adds SN-10 data to the GPS data stream and sends the data to the PDA. The SN-10's transmit line is connected to the PDA's receive line.  Use this position when in flight or when not doing a task declaration or flightlog download.

Old Version - no longer available
Previous versions of this cable split the GPS data and sent it directly to both the PDA and the SN-10.  No switch was used.

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

  $119.00 3 weeks
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLa-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel, PS-5a and Garrecht Volkslogger (with round Binder connector)
This cable is designed to enable a PDA (Pocket PC or Palm device) and an SN-10 to be connected to a Garrecht Volkslogger.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  5 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a "GPS Input" switch that is used to select whether PDA or SN-10 data is sent to the Volkslogger.  This is necessary because either unit can send task declarations to the Volkslogger.   A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a "PDA Input" switch that is used to select whether GPS data goes directly to both the SN-10 and the PDA (for flight declarations and flight log downloads) or through the SN-10 to the PDA (for use in flight).  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector for the PS-5a power converter (which sends power and data to the PDA).  A 1 m (39.4") cable goes to a round Binder connector for the Volkslogger.  This cable provides data and power to the Volkslogger.  Power for the Volkslogger comes from the switched output on the SN-10. 

New Version
In August of 2005 ILEC released a new version of the SN-10 firmware which can send receive data from a GPS, add ILEC wind and vario data to the GPS data stream and send all the data to a PDA.  Details are available here.  The updated cable can be used with both SN-10b units with old (firmware<2.31) or new (firmware >=2.31).  Due to the wiring change required to accommodate this new software feature, this cable has been re-designed to include a "PDA Input" switch.  Below is a summary of the switch positions. 

GPS Input Switch Positions

  • "SN10" - Used to send task declarations from the SN-10 to the GPS.
  • "PDA" - Used to send task declarations from the PDA to the GPS and for flight log downloads to the PDA using ConnectMe or pocket*StrePla-Connect or VL to IGC.

PDA Input Switch Positions

  • "GPS/Declare" - GPS output is sent directly to both the PDA and the SN-10.  Allows the flight recorder to respond directly to the PDA to acknowledge task declarations or download flight logs.  Use only during task declarations and flight log downloads with SN-10 units with firmware version 2.31 or greater.  Used at all times with SN-10 units with firmware version < 2.31.
  • "SN10/Fly" - The PDA receives GPS data from the SN-10. GPS output is sent only to the SN-10's "NMEA input" line.  The SN-10 adds SN-10 data to the GPS data stream and sends the data to the PDA. The SN-10's transmit line is connected to the PDA's receive line.  Use this position when in flight or when not doing a task declaration or flightlog download.

Old Version - no longer available
Previous versions of this cable split the GPS data and sent it directly to both the PDA and the SN-10.  No "GPS-Output" switch was used.

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

This cable is identical to the cable shown below except that the RJ connector is replaced with a round Binder connector. $139.00 3 weeks
SN10b-Pnl-PS5a-VLb-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel, PS-5a and Garrecht Volkslogger (with RJ connector)
This cable is designed to enable a PDA (Pocket PC or Palm device) and an SN-10 to be connected to a Garrecht Volkslogger.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  5 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a "GPS Input" switch that is used to select whether PDA or SN-10 data is sent to the Volkslogger.  This is necessary because either unit can send task declarations to the Volkslogger.   A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a "PDA Input" switch that is used to select whether GPS data goes directly to both the SN-10 and the PDA (for flight declarations and flight log downloads) or through the SN-10 to the PDA (for use in flight).  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector for the PS-5a power converter (which sends power and data to the PDA).  A 1 m (39.4") cable goes to an RJ connector for the Volkslogger.  This will not work with older Volksloggers that have round connectors.  This cable provides data and power to the Volkslogger.  Power for the Volkslogger comes from the switched output on the SN-10. 

New Version
In August of 2005 ILEC released a new version of the SN-10 firmware which can send receive data from a GPS, add ILEC wind and vario data to the GPS data stream and send all the data to a PDA.  Details are available here.  The updated cable can be used with both SN-10b units with old (firmware<2.31) or new (firmware >=2.31).  Due to the wiring change required to accommodate this new software feature, this cable has been re-designed to include a "PDA Input" switch.  Below is a summary of the switch positions. 

GPS Input Switch Positions

  • "SN10" - Used to send task declarations from the SN-10 to the GPS.
  • "PDA" - Used to send task declarations from the PDA to the GPS and for flight log downloads to the PDA using ConnectMe or pocket*StrePla-Connect or VL to IGC.

PDA Input Switch Positions

  • "GPS/Declare" - GPS output is sent directly to both the PDA and the SN-10.  Allows the flight recorder to respond directly to the PDA to acknowledge task declarations or download flight logs.  Use only during task declarations and flight log downloads with SN-10 units with firmware version 2.31 or greater.  Used at all times with SN-10 units with firmware version < 2.31.
  • "SN10/Fly" - The PDA receives GPS data from the SN-10. GPS output is sent only to the SN-10's "NMEA input" line.  The SN-10 adds SN-10 data to the GPS data stream and sends the data to the PDA. The SN-10's transmit line is connected to the PDA's receive line.  Use this position when in flight or when not doing a task declaration or flightlog download.

Old Version - no longer available
Previous versions of this cable split the GPS data and sent it directly to both the PDA and the SN-10.  No "GPS-Output" switch was used.

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.


Note: The photos above do not include the additional "PDA Input" switch.
$119.00 In Stock
SN10b-Pnl-SPS-302-0.5 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel, SPS-1 Dual PDA Power Supply and Cambridge Aero Instruments 302 or 302A
This cable is designed to enable 2 PDAs (Pocket PC or Palm device) and an SN-10 to be connected to a 302A or 302.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  4 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector for connection to the SPS-1.  5V power is NOT taken from the 302 or 302A and made available to the PDA cable - the SPS-1 powers the PDAs.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to an DB-9m connector for the 302 or 302A.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a "PDA Input" switch that is used to select whether GPS data goes directly to both the SN-10 and the PDA (for flight declarations and flight log downloads) or through the SN-10 to the PDA (for use in flight).  The transmit line on the PDAs is connected to the GPS receive line so that flight logs may be downloaded and task declarations may be uploaded.

New Version
In August of 2005 ILEC released a new version of the SN-10 firmware which can send receive data from a GPS, add ILEC wind and vario data to the GPS data stream and send all the data to a PDA.  Details are available here.  The updated cable can be used with both SN-10b units with old (firmware<2.31) or new (firmware >=2.31).  Due to the wiring change required to accommodate this new software feature, this cable has been re-designed to include a "PDA Input" switch.  Below is a summary of the switch positions. 

PDA Input Switch Positions

  • "GPS/Declare" - GPS output is sent directly to both the PDA and the SN-10.  Allows the flight recorder to respond directly to the PDA to acknowledge task declarations or download flight logs.  Use only during task declarations and flight log downloads with SN-10 units with firmware version 2.31 or greater.  Used at all times with SN-10 units with firmware version < 2.31.
  • "SN10/Fly" - The PDA receives GPS data from the SN-10. GPS output is sent only to the SN-10's "NMEA input" line.  The SN-10 adds SN-10 data to the GPS data stream and sends the data to the PDA. The SN-10's transmit line is connected to the PDA's receive line.  Use this position when in flight or when not doing a task declaration or flightlog download.

Old Version - no longer available
Previous versions of this cable split the GPS data and sent it directly to both the PDA and the SN-10.  No switch was used.

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

  $119.00 3 weeks
SN10b-Pnl-302-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel and Cambridge Aero Instruments 302A
Note:
If you already have an ILEC supplied panel cable you should order the Mod-SN10b-Pnl-302-1.  This cable assembly is only necessary if you don't have the ILEC supplied panel cable.

This cable is designed to enable an SN-10 to be connected to a 302A GPS and an instrument panel mounted PC data connector.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  2 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 1 m (39.4") cable goes to a DB-9m connector for the 302A.  GPS data goes from the 302A to the SN-10. 

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

  $99.00 3 weeks
SN10b-Pnl-Colibri-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel and LX Navigation Colibri
Note:
If you already have an ILEC supplied panel cable you should order the Mod-SN10b-Pnl-Colibri-1.  This cable assembly is only necessary if you don't have the ILEC supplied panel cable.

This cable is designed to enable an SN-10 to be connected to a Colibri GPS and an instrument mounted PC data connector.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  3 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 1 m (39.4") cable goes to an RJ connector for the Colibri.  A 1 m cable with bare leads is to be connected to 12V power for the Colibri.  GPS data goes to the SN-10. 

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

  $99.00 3 weeks
SN10b-Pnl-EWmicroRec-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel and EW microRecorder
Note:
If you already have an ILEC supplied panel cable you should order the Mod-SN10b-Pnl-EWmicroRec-1.  This cable assembly is only necessary if you don't have the ILEC supplied panel cable. 

This cable is designed to enable an SN-10 to be connected to a EW microRecorder GPS and an instrument mounted PC data connector.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  3 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 1 m (39.4") cable goes to an RJ connector for the EW microRecorder.  A 1 m cable with bare leads is to be connected to 12V power for the EW microRecorder.  GPS data goes to the SN-10. 

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

  $99.00 3 weeks
SN10b-Pnl-FLARM-Pwr-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel and FLARM or PowerFLARM
This cable is designed to enable an SN-10 to be connected to a FLARM or PowerFLARM and an instrument mounted PC data connector.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  3 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 1 m (39.4") cable goes to an RJ connector for the FLARM or PowerFLARM.  GPS data and traffic data from the FLARM goes to the SN-10.  12V power leads also exit the connector on the back of the SN10.  They must be connected to the glider's electrical system.  They provide 12V power for the FLARM or PowerFLARM.
  $109.00 In Stock
SN10b-Pnl-Ga-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel and Garmin GPS (with round 4-pin connector)
Note:
If you already have an ILEC supplied panel cable you should order the Mod-SN10b-Pnl-Ga-1.  This cable assembly is only necessary if you don't have the ILEC supplied panel cable.

This cable is designed to enable an SN-10 to be connected to a Garmin GPS and an instrument mounted PC data connector.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  3 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 1 m (39.4") cable goes to a round 4-pin Garmin connector for the Garmin.  A 1 m cable with bare leads is to be connected to 12V power for the Garmin.  GPS data goes to the SN-10. 

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

  $99.00 3 weeks
SN10b-Pnl-GNAV-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel and Cambridge Aero Instruments GPS-NAV
Note:
If you already have an ILEC supplied panel cable you should order the Mod-SN10b-Pnl-GNAV-1.  This cable assembly is only necessary if you don't have the ILEC supplied panel cable.

This cable is designed to enable an SN-10 to be connected to a GPS-NAV GPS and an instrument panel mounted PC data connector.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  2 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 1 m (39.4") cable goes to an RJ connector for the GPS-NAV.  GPS data goes from the GPS-NAV to the SN-10.  The GPS-NAV is not powered by the SN-10 so it must be powered through the 12V RJ power connector on the GPS-NAV.

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

  $99.00 3 weeks
SN10b-Pnl-Themi-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel and Themi
This cable is designed to enable an SN-10 to be connected to a Themi GPS and an instrument mounted PC data connector.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  2 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 1 m (39.4") cable goes to a DB-9f connector for the Themi wiring harness.  GPS data goes to the SN-10.

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

  $99.00 3 weeks
SN10b-Pnl-VLa-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel and Garrecht Volkslogger (with round Binder connector)
Note:
If you already have an ILEC supplied panel cable you should order the Mod-SN10b-Pnl-VLa-1.  This cable assembly is only necessary if you don't have the ILEC supplied panel cable.

This cable is designed to enable an SN-10 to be connected to a Volkslogger GPS and an instrument mounted PC data connector.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  2 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 1 m (39.4") cable goes to a round Binder connector for the Volkslogger.  GPS data goes to the SN-10.  12V power for the Volkslogger is provided by the SN-10.

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

  $119.00 3 weeks
SN10b-Pnl-VLb-1 Cable, ILEC SN-10 (S/N: > 99) to Instrument Panel and Garrecht Volkslogger (with RJ Connector)
Note:
If you already have an ILEC supplied panel cable you should order the Mod-SN10b-Pnl-VLb-1.  This cable assembly is only necessary if you don't have the ILEC supplied panel cable.

This cable is designed to enable an SN-10 to be connected to a Volkslogger GPS and an instrument mounted PC data connector.  It replaces the ILEC "Cockpit Panel Cable".  It includes all the connections found in that cable.  2 cables exit the back of the DB-9m connector that plugs into the SN-10.  A 0.5 m (19.7") cable goes to a DB-9f connector that is to be mounted in the instrument panel.  This connector is used for data transfers to the SN-10 from a PC and for connection of the SN10-R remote control unit.  A 1 m (39.4") cable goes to an RJ connector for the Volkslogger.  GPS data goes to the SN-10.  12V power for the Volkslogger is provided by the SN-10.

Using a Pocket PC for SN-10 Waypoint Database and Fight Log Transfers
It is possible to send waypoint files to the SN-10 from a Pocket PC.  You can also download flight logs from the SN-10 to the Pocket PC.  That way you don't need to bring a PC to the airport.  Details are available here.

  $99.00 3 weeks
SPS-1 High Efficiency Dual Power Conversion Unit and GPS Data Splitter, 5 V
This is a nice two-seat glider data splitter and power converter.  This device is perfect for owners of 2-seat gliders who want to connect 2 Pocket PCs to a single GPS.  It takes 12 VDC power from your glider battery and provides 5V power to 2 Pocket PCs.  There is no power load on the 302 or GPS-NAV 5V power supply at all.  Data from the GPS is routed to both Pocket PCs.  Data sent from each pocket PC is sent to the GPS. 

Data Collisions
If both Pocket PCs transmit data to the GPS at the same time, the GPS will receive bad data and ignore it. 

Glide Navigator II Start-up
If you are using Glide Navigator II (or Pocket-NAV), you will need to start the programs one at a time, allowing them each to establish communication with the GPS while the other unit is not talking.  Otherwise, the program will enter simulator mode if no communication to the 302 or GPS-NAV is established successfully at the beginning.

The unit has 3 9-pin connectors.

  • DB-9m for connection to the GPS (Cambridge GPS-NAV, 302, 302A, or any other GPS).  Pins 2 & 3 are for GPS data transmit and receive.  Pin 5 is for common (ground).
  • 2 DB-9f connectors for 2 Pocket PCs.  The connections are the same as the connectors on a Cambridge GPS-NAV, 302, 302A or the Goddard PS-5a. 

Goddard I38C-x or I38C-3 cables can be used to connect to current model iPAQs.  Cumulus iPAQ cradles also connect directly to the SPS-1.  Other cables are available for other Pocket PCs.

A Goddard PC-x cable can be used to connect the splitter to a Cambridge GPS-NAV or 302.

Input: 10.2 to 16 VDC
Output: 2 x 5 VDC @ 1.2 A
85% Efficient with 12 V input
RS-232 Pass-through
12 VDC output pass-through for powering Volksloggers, Garmin GPS's, etc.
Capacitor for battery switchover mitigation
Reverse power connection protection on the 12V power input
Resettable fuse protection
RFI suppression
Dimensions: 3.5" long x 3.3" wide (including mounting tabs) x 1" thick
Accepts existing :: Goddard :: PDA cables

Electrical Noise Suppression
Electrical Noise can be a problem with low cost switching power converters.  The Goddard PS-5a has been very popular and I've never had any complaints about electrical noise from the PS-5a interfering with the aircraft radio. Below is a list of techniques used in the PS-5a to minimize electrical noise:

  • Internal ferrite shielding on both power and ground lines coming into the unit. 
  • Capacitive filtering on the power lines
  • RFI/EMI filtered DB-9 connectors
  • Ground and power planes on the printed circuit board

Efficiently converts 12 VDC input to 5 VDC output for Pocket PC's. Compatibility with a complete line of cables allows the device to be used with a wide variety of Pocket PC's, GPS's, flight computers, flight loggers, etc.  The unique modular design allows easy upgrades in the future.  Upgrading your Pocket PC or logger will require the purchase of only one new cable. For help selecting the right components for your needs, see the Cable Selection Guide

$195.00 In
Stock
SW-1 SW-1 Configurable Switching Unit
The SW-1 Switching Unit makes it possible to select between 2 GPS data sources using a panel mounted toggle switch.  Many glider pilots have multiple GPS units in the cockpit, but only a single PDA or flight computer. But they don't usually have a convenient way to switch between the 2 GPS data sources.  The SW-1 allows you to connect up to 2 GPS input sources (such as Cambridge 302, GPS-NAV, Colibri, EW MicroRecorder, FLARM, etc.).  The switch is used to select which source is supplying data to the PDA or flight computer.  For example, if you have 2 Cambridge 302 units in your glider, the SW-1 will allow you to instantly which 302 you want to use to supply both GPS data (transmit and receive) and 5V power and ground to the PDA. 

Alternatively, since the unit switches both transmit and receive lines and is not "directional", it could be used to switch the data from a single GPS between 2 PDAs.  However, that is usually not necessary as a the data from a single GPS unit can be split to supply data to 2 PDAs at the same time.  But the switch would make it possible to switch between PDAs sending task declaration data or downloading flight logs.   While that may seem like a good idea for use in a 2 seat glider, the problem is that only 1 PDA would receive data at a time such that one of the PDAs would be receiving no GPS data, and GPS units that provide 5V power don't supply enough current for 2 PDAs.  Therefore, for 2-seat gliders I highly recommend the Goddard SPS-1 rather than the SW-1.

Larry Goddard did a brilliant job of designing this unit to be completely configurable so that it can be modified to work with any combination of GPS data and power sources.  You can easily modify it if you want to change the type of connections to switch.  For example, if you are using a Cambridge 302 and a Colibri, you would want to switch the GPS data source, but not the 5V power source because the Colibri can't provide 5V power.  That is not a problem.  Also, the SW-1 uses standard DB-9 power and data connectors so your existing Goddard PDA and GPS cables will work fine with it.  For example, a standard Nimbus PDA cradle with DBCAI connector will connect directly to the SW-1's PDA connector.  To connect to a Colibri you would use a standard PFC cable.  To connect to a Cambridge 302 you would use a CAI-CAI-0.3 cable.  If you are using 2 GPS sources that do not provide 5V power for the PDA (such as 2 Colibris or 2 Volksloggers) you would use a CAI-CAI-0.3 cable to connect the SW-1 to a PS-5a power converter.  It is also possible to pass both 12V power and 5V power from the PS-5a through to 2 different GPS units.  For example, a Garmin GPS that requires 12V power and a low voltage GPS that requires 5V power.

The unit is pre-configured for use with 2 Cambridge 302 or GPS-NAV units.  Both data and power connections are switched.

The manual below shows how to modify the unit to match your particular needs.  If you don't feel up to doing it yourself, I can do it for you for $30.  If you want me to do it for you, please send me an e-mail listing the 2 devices you will be connecting to.

Dimensions: 3.5" long x 3.3" wide (including mounting tabs) x 1" thick
Source 1 and Source 2 (input) Data and Power Connectors: DB-9m
Switched Signal (output) Data and Power Connector: DB-9f
Switch: The 3PDT (three pole, double throw) switch is mounted at the end of a 0.5 m (19.7 inch) long cable.
Dimensions of the Switch: 18 mm (0.71 in) wide x 15 mm (0.59 in) tall x 28 mm (1.1 in) behind the panel (plus the cable), The distance from the flat face of the switch that is mounted up against the back of the panel to the tip of the toggle switch is 19 mm (0.75 in).

SW-1 Default Configuration.pdf

SW-1 Manual.pdf

SW-1 Connection Design Worksheet.pdf

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VLa-2 Volkslogger Cable, 2 m (6.56 feet) - For Volkslogger with round 5-pin Binder power/data connector
This cable can be used to connect 12V power and GPS data to/from the VL.  It has a right angle, round, binder connector on one end and bare leads on the other end.  A wiring diagram is included.

Pin 1: Ground/Common
Pin 2: +12 VDC Power Input
Pin 3:

Pin 4: VL RS-232 Transmit (NMEA Data Output)
Pin 5: VL RS-232 Receive

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VLb-2 Volkslogger Cable, 2 m (6.56 feet) - For Volkslogger with RJ45 power/data connector
This cable can be used to connect 12V power and GPS data to/from the VL.  It has an RJ45 connector on one end and bare leads on the other end.  A wiring diagram is included.


1: Ground/Common
2: Ground/Common
3: VL RS-232 Receive
4: VL RS-232 Transmit (NMEA Data Output)
5:
6:
7: +12 VDC Power Input
8: +12 VDC Power Input

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VLa-PC-Pwr Volkslogger PC Cable - For Volkslogger with round 5-pin Binder power/data connector
This cable is used to connect the VL to 12V power and to a PC for transferring waypoints to the VL or downloading flight logs from the VL to a PC.  Two cables exit the DB-9f connector.  Both the cable to the Binder connector and the power leads are 2 m long.  The wiring harness has a total of 3 connections:
  • Binder, 5-pin round connector, male, right angle, with 2 m (6.56 ft) cable - Plugs into the Volkslogger for the power and data connections
  • DB-9f, 9-pin female connector - for plugging into a PC
  • Power leads, 2 m long - bare leads for connecting to a 12V power source such as the Pwr-12V-500mA wall plug or a 12V battery.  The 12V power converter is not included.

This cable's DB-9f 9-pin connector is designed for connection to a PC's RS-232 serial port.  However, most new PCs don't have RS-232 serial ports.  However, the FTDI Chip USB Serial Adapter can be used to add a serial port to any PC that has a USB port.  It works great with the Volkslogger.

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VLb-PC-Pwr Volkslogger PC Cable - For Volkslogger with RJ45 power/data connector
This cable is used to connect the VL to 12V power and to a PC for transferring waypoints to the VL or downloading flight logs from the VL to a PC.  Two cables exit the DB-9f connector.  Both the cable to the RJ45 connector and the power leads are 2 m long.  The wiring harness has a total of 3 connections:
  • RJ45, with 2 m (6.56 ft) cable - Plugs into the Volkslogger for the power and data connections
  • DB-9f, 9-pin female connector - for plugging into a PC
  • Power leads - bare leads for connecting to a 12V power source such as the Pwr-12V-500mA wall plug or a 12V battery.  The 12V power converter is not included.

Note: This cable also works great with FLARM and PowerFLARM units and with the Output port on K6 Mux units.

This cable's DB-9f 9-pin connector is designed for connection to a PC's RS-232 serial port.  However, most new PCs don't have RS-232 serial ports.  However, the FTDI Chip USB Serial Adapter can be used to add a serial port to any PC that has a USB port.  It works great with the Volkslogger. 

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Cumulus Soaring, Inc.
Paul E. Remde

8661 Connelly Place
Savage, Minnesota 55378
USA


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