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    Default Pctel MX power connector

    A friend gave me a Pctel MX scanner to play around,
    but somewhere he lost the power cable in some of DT car.
    (No, the device is not stolen)))

    Friend soldered me a bypass cable and gave me a power supply,
    but maybe it works when the power is 230, not my 160V.
    im my case - device don't boot with two RF. only with one.

    Please tell me the marking of the power connector.
    I want mage good copper cable to throw on the 150Ah battery.

    I also solder my wire, but The device consumes 70+ watts
    and wire that I soldered - very hot, and Voltage without RF board <10 Volt.

    so, please, tell me model of power connector at pctel MX?

    Thanks.
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    Default Re: Pctel MX power connector

    found. it's lemo 2b 303 series
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    Default Re: Pctel MX power connector

    it is no need to use MX scanner, power consumption is quite high, just use DRT4311B is OK, only 10 Watts, search it within Ebay

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    Default Re: Pctel MX power connector

    thank.

    yea, the receiver consumes a lot.
    the thin wires were warming up at me,
    and the receiver was working unstably.

    Now I monitor the power.

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