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MTi 10/100-series connectors and cables

For connection with the Fischer receptacle (Fischer part number: DBPU 102 A059-130), Xsens supplies various cables:

CA-USB-MTi: Can be used to connect the MTi to any USB port (except for MTi’s with an RS422 interface). 

CA-MP2-MTi: Allows access to all 9 pins of the Fischer connector on the MTi.

CA-USB#-MTi: Can be used to connect the MTi to a USB port and allows for interfacing over a virtual COM-port. This cable contains a serial to USB converter (#=2: RS232 to USB. #=4: RS485 to USB. #=6: RS422 to USB.). 

 

CA-USB-MTi

Connect the cable to the MTi and the USB cable to any USB port. Under Windows 7 and Windows XP, the Xsens USB driver will be automatically installed if not already installed.  In order to lock the CA-USB-MTi to the casing (this will prevent vibration of the push-pull sleeve to be transferred to the casing and MEMS sensors), screw the round nut clockwise. Be sure not to tighten too fast. To unplug the CA-USB-MTi, screw the round locking counter clock wise and pull the connector out of the receptacle by sliding the sleeve of the connector backwards.

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CA-MP2-MTi

Cable CA-MP2-MTi allows for full control of the MTi. Hardware synchronization options are available, as well as easy access to the serial interface. Although the USB connection wires of the CA-MP2-MTi are connected it is not recommended to use the USB connection as the shielding of the CA-MP2-MTi cable is not attached to the Molex header. In order to lock the CA-MP2-MTi to the casing (this will prevent vibration of the push-pull sleeve to be transferred to the casing and MEMS sensors), screw the round nut clockwise. Be sure not to tighten too fast. To unplug the CA-MP2-MTi, screw the round locking counter clock wise and pull the connector out of the receptacle by sliding the sleeve of the connector backwards. The part number of the Fischer connector is SS 102A059-130 Gunfire.

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