AgStar connecting cable

Antlane

Member
Arable Farmer
Hello everyone!

I want connect AgStar GPS to CCI1200 terminal but I can't find the required cable anywhere. GPS have a 14 pin AmpSeal type connecting and terminal have a 12 pin Deutsch type connecting. Where can i find the required cable or I can do it myself ?

Thank you
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Matt77

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Mixed Farmer
Location
East Sussex
I made my own, with a lot of help off here with pin outs, not exactly the same as you are doing but similar enough, it can test your patience!
 

Antlane

Member
Arable Farmer
Matt77, do you have same GPS and terminal? How many wires are connected or can you please send a picture of the cable? Thanks!
 

Matt77

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
East Sussex
The receiver looks the same but I'm using a case Pro 700 screen in a home built steering system for a househam sprayer, I'm also using a 372 receiver instead of the agstar now but made a cable to feed off the 372 to the original sprayer screen that was using the agstar, so I've retained section control but with my RTK 372, long time ago but I'll look back to see if I've any information/photos, but my point was it's possible with help and perseverance, if you can't find the pin outs you're probably stuffed from the start, sadly.
 

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