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Cinetape sensor cable pin connection details.


Saul Oliveira
 

hi there, have to repair some sensor cables for my classic cinetape and can’t find the pin connection details anywhere. 
Any of you have this information maeby?
best regards

saul Oliveira 
first AC
Spain


Robert L. Cunningham
 

Saul
Just went through this myself. Contact Cinematography Electronics (the maker of Cinetape) directly. They can take your old cables back (for a partial credit towards new ones)  and repair or replace. 

I was unable to locate any other place to get the specific cables “after-market”. 

All the Best,

-Rob

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On May 30, 2019, at 05:53, Saul Oliveira <oliveira_saul@...> wrote:

hi there, have to repair some sensor cables for my classic cinetape and can’t find the pin connection details anywhere. 
Any of you have this information maeby?
best regards

saul Oliveira 
first AC
Spain


Saul Oliveira
 

I was thinking in fix then myself to avoid sending them from Spain with the extra cost takes. 


Emmanuel SUYS
 

On 30.05.19, 16:47, "Saul Oliveira" <cml-ac@... on behalf of oliveira_saul@...> wrote:

 

I was thinking in fix then myself to avoid sending them from Spain with the extra cost takes. 

 

Hi Saul,

 

Did you contact Cinematography Electronics? They should give that information.

Cheers

Manny

 

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Saul Oliveira
 

Got this kind answer from cinematography electronics: 

5 pin male to 5 pin male

The pin-out for the 5 pin connector cable goes pin 1 to 1, pin 2 to 2, etc.. and importantly connector shell shield to shield."

 

but here is extra information.
 

 

Pin 1 is top left of red mark and then goes clockwise

1 Red (Tx)

2 Blu/Green (Gnd)

3 White (Gnd)

4 Black (Rx)

5 Yellow (Horn detect)

In case anyone find it useful. 

Best regards 
Saúl Oliveira 
first AC 
Spain