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  • RFCS connector types

    I have an RFCS 5 and need to know if I can change the connector to a 14 pin to use on my Maxstar 91.

    thanks for help

  • #2
    Sure, the a,b,c,d.e on the 5 pin is the same installation, lettering on the 14 pin

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    • #3
      Thanks

      Originally posted by cruizer View Post
      Sure, the a,b,c,d.e on the 5 pin is the same installation, lettering on the 14 pin

      Thats what I thought but wanted to be sure

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      • #4
        Why so many connectors?

        Originally posted by Jbkinn View Post
        Thats what I thought but wanted to be sure
        If they are only using 5 pins why have so many connectors especially the 14 pin

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        • #5
          To standardize everything

          Same reason why only to have a couple of preprogrammed board for all machines, instead of having a different board each of them. Less expensive, and more of a standard.

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