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    Quote Originally Posted by RavingLunatic View Post
    Using some of dale's inputs (and to try to answer his questions), I made some updates to the SS series wikis concerning the data cables. While doing that it occurred to me that this information might be a good page on its own.

    So take a look: Renard Data Cables
    This is a great addition. As a newbie, the data cables were definitely one of those "grey areas" that I found myself looking all over the wiki to find the info I needed.

    Thanks RL

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    Quote Originally Posted by kychristmas View Post
    I think its very good. One thing we are seeing is many people using the 9Pin D to Rj45 Adaptors. While there are a number of them, they do seem to use the same wiring setup. At a minimum, I think it would be good to mention these and have pictures. Also, maybe some pictures of the different output sides of the USB->RS232 and USB->RS485 connectors.
    How about this? Renard Data Cables
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    I stand corrected! Apparently RL just created an "Easy Button." Very nice. I think if anyone was able to solder a controller, they will be able to create a cable for any type of connectivity needed for Renard. Great Pictures and diagrams.

    Sorry I couldn't contribute. Things will remain crazy for a while longer.

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    How about this? Renard Data Cables
    Wow, awesome. I bet that took a lot of time to put together, thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RavingLunatic View Post
    How about this? Renard Data Cables
    Thank you for the updated version. I printed this out 2 weeks ago and it was 4 pages. Great pictures and explaination. Now I have a chance at getting it right the first time.

    Gary

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    I admit to only reading page one of this thread. But after doing so felt I should share how I arrived at this 2 year old thread. I got here by doing a search for "dirk cheap ssr"! Which seems to have nothing to do with a beginners guide but here I am. So sometimes searching the forums for the answer to your question is way more confusing than just asking and having someone tell you. Just thought it was interesting! back to searching on info for the dirk cheap ssr now. Happy Blinky Flashy everyone!!
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    This is a great guide. It worked perfectly for me last year and now we are getting ready to set it up again for the 4th of July. All the little neighborhood kids loved it so we are going to do it again this year. Can't wait!

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