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[wxsig] Connecting T238+, X1W-1. X1W-2 and AAG

John Bennett jabennett at insightbb.com
Sun Jul 8 22:31:49 UTC 2007

Yep, it's a coiled cord and only has two conductors - the two center
conductors to be precise. Therefore, it does not cause the problems
everyone has been having.


On Sun, 2007-07-08 at 18:17 -0500, John Koster wrote:
> I have started a page to document these confusing matters.
> It's at http://www.tapr.org/kits_t238wiring.html
> Any suggests as to content or corrections will be greatly appreciated.  
> Interestingly, I dug out the limited documentation provided with the
> original weather station and rain gauge and they don't document the pin
> assignments at all.  They only show "1-Wire Net" and ground connections.
> They make reference to a coiled test cable included with the kit ... I
> don't remember it being a coiled cord, but the original has slipped off
> into a storage box somewhere along with the DS9097U-009 COM port adapter.
> Anyhow I think this implies that the original connections were reverse 
> engineered.  Where the idea of providing power and on what pins came from 
> where?  
John Bennett
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