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    Default FlashScan to LC-1 and LM-1 Serial Cable Diagrams

    Diagram showing the various cables and pin-outs required to connect FlashScan to an Innovate LC-1 or LM-1 Wide band controller.

    For those that want a simple cable solution, you can wire up an RJ12 plug directly to the 3 pin jack as follows:
    Code:
    RJ12    Jack
    ------ ------
     1 <---> 1 (tip)
     2 <---> 2 (middle)
     5 <---> 3 (base)
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    The null modem connector can be purchased here:
    http://www.sfcable.com/cable/p/30D1-C1-S.html

    If you want to make your own male-male null modem cable, see images below.
    (Ok, so the soldering could be better, I'm just a programmer. Beware the programmer wielding a soldering iron...)

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    For those of you that can't locate your LC-1, LM-1 and/or FlashScan serial cables, this is what they look like.

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    The names of the pins are as shown in the 3rd column:

    Quote Originally Posted by Blacky View Post
    Code:
      RJ12         Jack         Name
    ------    ------------  -----------
      1  <--->  1 (tip)       Tx Data
      2  <--->  2 (middle)    Rx Data
      5  <--->  3 (base)      Ground
    
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    Default Innovate LC-1 and LM-1

    Innovate LC-1 and LM-1.
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