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Finishing A Few Dxg Switcher Units

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Can someone post the correct wiring of the 3 pin plug to the HT switcher driver board ?

I'm finishing a few builds from parts & boards I've had for nearly a year now, and I may have the outer 2 wires crossed.

No switching on power-up. Just want to confirm my wiring,

The jacks have red, white & black, but not all in consistant order.

 

Thanks,

gyp

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Place the driver board in front of you with the two white connectors in the lower left corner.

 

The three wire connector is wired as follows:

 

Very left connector--white wire-- switching wire.

Middle connector -- black wire -- ground.

Right connector-- red wire -- positive.

 

Two wire connector is wired as follows:

 

Left connector -- black wire

Right connector -- blue wire

 

 

What do you mean "The jacks have red, white & black, but not all in consistant order." I do not understand that statement.

 

I suggest you use 2 AA (3 volts) batteries to power the exchanger.

 

 

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And is there some where any info on how to mount this exchanger? Alll the pics I tried to open where gone.. I saw some misc pics but nothing explaining where or how to mount this to dxg 567? Been looking for two days now

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I Did see those but didn't say how to mount or what nneds cut other than case? or show wiring to board

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I am not sure how I can help you here. I do not have a video of how to install the exchanger.

 

You will need to cut away parts of the case which contact the exchanger. This will be a trial and error method for you. The pictures show how to mount the base.

Cut loops off so that it fits. Make sure it is flat and square with ccd. Then build the rest of the exchanger on top of it. I do not recall anything other than the case needed to be cut.

 

 

For wiring, I suggest connecting as follows: (Others have done it differently.)

 

 

The three wire connector is wired as follows:

 

Very left connector--white wire-- switching wire of control board. (BF Board??)

Middle connector -- black wire -- LT- of sister board.

Right connector-- red wire -- positive of 3 volt power supply.

 

BF Board:

 

#2 connects to ON of sister board

#4 connects to BFG of sister board

Switching output (where LED was) connects to white switching wire of exchanger driver board

 

 

Sister board:

 

ON connects to #2 of BF board

BFG connects to #4 of BF board

LT- connects to middle black wire of exchanger driver board

BAT- connects to negative of 3 volt power supply

 

 

Indepentant 3 volt power supply:

 

Positive connects to right red wire on exchanger driver board

Negative connects to BAT- on sister board

 

If you have specific questions...ask away. Myself or someone will help.

 

 

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When you say cut loopsdo you mean off of the base of this item?

 

DO screws off the cam keep this mounted on camera?Or how does it stay mounted?

Edited by irbowhntr

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When you say cut loopsdo you mean off of the base of this item?

 

 

DO screws off the cam keep this mounted on camera?Or how does it stay mounted?

 

Yes. If you compare the base in the picture to the one you have, you will see the difference. Cut off the ends of the loops (actually screw mounts) so that the base fits on the board.

 

You goop the base to the board to keep it secure.

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Thanks that was what I had been trying to figure out...So pic 13 in above thread is of mount gooped to board? correct

 

And I assume I have to cut the lens barrel off of both the switching unit and the b224 lens an goop 224 back on switching unit?

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Thanks that was what I had been trying to figure out...So pic 13 in above thread is of mount gooped to board? correct

 

And I assume I have to cut the lens barrel off of both the switching unit and the b224 lens an goop 224 back on switching unit?

 

Yes, when viewing 13th of 22 pictures, that is base gooped to board.

 

Ron,

Regarding your assumption, I would not do that. The base is gooped to the board. The exchanger (switching unit) gets attached to the base with the two tabs on the base fitting into the exchanger slots. The lens holder then gets attached to the exchanger with the two tabs on the lens holder fitting into the exchanger slots. Use the screws to secure all the parts together. Then screw the 224 lens into the lens holder after the DXG unit is put back together. Pictures 3,4 5, 6 show how this looks. Just put the unit back together the same way it came apart. You will not use the 224 lens holder. I do not even use the 224. I buy the lens only off of ebay. Much cheaper.

 

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Which lens off ebay do I need

 

This 8mm has worked well for me. Also look at 6mm from this seller. The 6mm you may have to grind the camera end to get it close enough for focus.

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/MTV-8mm-CCTV-IR-Le...=item3f0e581953

 

6mm ---

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/MTV-6MM-CCTV-IR-Le...=item3f0e582d29

 

 

 

Edited by HunterTom

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Appreciate all the help.. Sorry i am bothering you so much ...I had these 567 cams around for 2 or 3 years now figured I would put some together ... trying to catch up on old info...

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