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Connecting External Power/Devices

  The GSC 100 comes with a data power extension cable, shown
  below, that connects your GSC 100 to the AC power cable for
  external power. It also connects the RS-232 software update
  cable for uploading software and connects to various accessories.
  Data Power Extension Cable




  To connect to external power, connect the screw-lock sleeve ,
  shown above, to the RS-232/Power port on the side of the GSC
  100. Take the AC power adapter cable, shown on the following
  page, and snap it onto the available end of the data power
  extension cable. Make sure that the connections are snug so as
  not to disconnect during use. The AC power adapter cable is now
  ready to plug into external power.

       Use care when connecting the cables so as not to damage the
       connectors and contacts. Make sure the pins are correctly
       aligned before fastening.




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      AC Power Cable




      To connect the RS-232 software update cable, connect the screw-
      lock sleeve on the data power extension cable, shown on the
      previous page, to the RS-232/Power port on the side of the GSC
      100. Take the RS-232 software update cable, shown below, and
      snap it onto the available end of the data power extension cable.
      Make sure that the connections are snug so as not to disconnect
      during use. The RS-232 software update cable is now ready to
      connect to the 9-pin serial port on your PC.
      RS-232 Software Update Cable




158                 Magellan GSC 100 Global Satellite Communicator
  The following accessories can be obtained from Magellan
  Systems Corporation or any Magellan-authorized dealer. They
  connect to your GSC 100 through the data power extension cable:
  DC Power Cigarette Lighter Adapter - allows you to connect
  the unit to power using a cigarette lighter.




  Power Data Adapter Cable - allows access to serial port and
  NMEA interface for GPS operations and the RS-232 data
  download cable that ships with the unit.




  Additional Accessories - The items listed below can be obtained
  from your local GSC 100 dealer:
  Carrying Case
  External Antennas (GPS & ORBCOMM)
  Swivel Mounting Bracket
  PC Software Kit
  Data/Charger Module


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