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Old 08-10-2011, 06:23   #1
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Unhappy Wiring of the JRC 1000 Radome Connector

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My radome cable has been cut and the 10 pin connector to the display has since disappeared. I have got a new connector but now I miss the wiring diagram for being able to solder the cable to the pins in the new connector.
Does anyone have a drawing of which wire to which pin?
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Old 08-10-2011, 07:12   #2
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Re: Wiring of the JRC 1000 Radome connector

Have you tried contacting JRC? I had pretty good luck with them a few years ago.
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Re: Wiring of the JRC 1000 Radome connector

Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Finn.

Check out THE PINOUT DIAGRAM fig. 3-6, on page 15 (pdf pg 22) of the Radar 1000 Instruction Manual.

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Re: Wiring of the JRC 1000 Radome connector

The diagram may help, but it doesn't give the pin numbers. Are you putting a new connector on the display side or the scanner side of the cable?? The wires are color coded, and if you open up the unit and see what is going into the other side of the connector you can hopefully match colors and shields, but you may have to trace each wire back to the circuit board. Maybe the diagram starts with pin 1 and ends with pin 10 but it would be best if you can borrow a completed cable
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Re: Wiring of the JRC 1000 Radome connector

Thank you to you all

I was aware of the drawing in the manual. If I take the manual from the JRC 2000 radar the pin-numbers (I presume) is mentioned in the drawing. I was hoping not to open the display and look inside. My connectors (female) pin-numbers are corresponding to the numbers of the connector (male) pins in the display.
Before I do anything drastic I will try to contact JRC America. JRC Europe never responded and Japan would return later - nothing heard yet.
Thank you again.
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Old 02-12-2011, 06:05   #6
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Re: Wiring of the JRC 1000 Radome Connector

I can now confirm that the missing wiring/pin numbers in the 1000 manual is straightforward from 1 to 10 and corresponding to the JAE plug numbers.
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