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BCD to OM6BPF

Roland HB9VQQ
Roland HB9VQQ Member ✭✭
edited October 12 in Third-Party Software
The Flex USB Guide is missing the instructions to connect the USB Port of the Flexradio (6600 in my case) to the 15-Pin control Port of the OM6BPF.

- Reqiured cable: USB FTDI Part Number C232HM-EDHSL-0
- 15 Pin Male D-Sub Connector (OM6BPF Backpanel)









Hope this helps in case you need it.

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  • Manfred HB9FLU
    Manfred HB9FLU Member ✭✭
    edited November 2019
    Hallo Roland

    habe gar nicht mitbekommen,dass Du auch einen Flex hast.

    Sei gegrüsst, 73 de Manfred, HB9FLU
  • Roland HB9VQQ
    Roland HB9VQQ Member ✭✭
    edited November 2019
    Hallo Manfred, seit meinem 50 geburtstag einen 6600 :-) Du auch ? Gruss Roland
  • Sergey KN7K
    Sergey KN7K Member ✭✭
    edited March 2020
    Ну теперь все понятно
  • DK8ZZ
    DK8ZZ Member
    edited October 7
    Hi guys, which one is a ground one (#10)?? At FDTI website, I've found black one is actually ground...?

    Thanks in advance.
    73s, DK8ZZ
  • Alan
    Alan Member ✭✭✭

    That is how I use it.

    Alan. WA9WUD


  • DK8ZZ
    DK8ZZ Member
    So, here is an answer (actually the first post is a right one :-)

    PIN 9 orange
    PIN 10 yellow
    PIN 11 green
    PIN12 brown
    PIN 15 black (ground)

    USB cable setup:

    Change: BCD
    Source: TX Antenna (ant 1 or ant 2, which one you need)
    Type: HF_BCD
    Polarity: active high

    73s, Zik DK8ZZ

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