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    Default V1 Ports - Wiring Pin Out Schematic

    I recently hard wired my V1. I found this info helpful to custom wire it. If you only need to hard wire it for power without plans on using the concealer remote display, all you need is any 2 wire phone cord. You don't need the direct wire adapter. The direct wire adapted does not have any voltage regulator circuit in it. Simply connect the phone cable pin #3 from V1 to a ground and #4 to a switched power source from your fuse box with a fuse in-line. If you plan to use the concealed display at some later time, you'll want to use a 4 wire phone cable.




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    Default Re: V1 Ports - Wiring Pin Out Schematic

    Thank you Swamp!




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    Default Re: V1 Ports - Wiring Pin Out Schematic

    Do you have any similar info for the Remote Audio Adapter?

    Thanks,

    -dan

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    Default Re: V1 Ports - Wiring Pin Out Schematic

    Can we make this a sticky?
    Thanks!

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    Default Re: V1 Ports - Wiring Pin Out Schematic

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbonzzz View Post
    Thanks jimbonzz. Here is image file of second one. First is already posted.


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    Thanks 904 - this confirms what I measured for my USB power source project. So far, it looks like the only difference between the 'MAIN' and 'ACCESSORY' outlets on the V1 12V adapters/connectors is a reversal of pins 2-5 on the 6p4c RJ11 jacks. The point of having the two connection layouts for the main and accessory being V1 stays charge of what people buy/do on the DIY level?

    Quote Originally Posted by 904nm View Post
    I recently hard wired my V1. I found this info helpful to custom wire it. If you only need to hard wire it for power without plans on using the concealer remote display, all you need is any 2 wire phone cord. You don't need the direct wire adapter. The direct wire adapted does not have any voltage regulator circuit in it. Simply connect the phone cable pin #3 from V1 to a ground and #4 to a switched power source from your fuse box with a fuse in-line. If you plan to use the concealed display at some later time, you'll want to use a 4 wire phone cable.




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    I must be missing something quite simple. I'm trying to use a pre made phone cord to power up my V1 as the factory cord is too short. To make sure it is compatible I checked continuity with an ohm meter and it matches the factory cord. Yet the phone cord does not work. This is as simple as it gets. What am I missing please?
    Thanks
    KT

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    Default Re: V1 Ports - Wiring Pin Out Schematic

    Figured it out. Not all phone wires are created equal. The one I purchased had 5 times the resistance of the V1 wire. Problem solved.

 

 

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