Originally Posted by Ikarskarn
I would love to have some help with the wiring. Is there a way to hook up an emergency signal to the radio? I am wiring a 2011 Dodge Charger Pursuit and it has 12V output when the air bags deploy, I would love to hook that up to the radio so that dispatch will know if the officer gets into an accident where the air bags get deployed. If anyone can help me with extra wiring of the radio for things like that, it would be great! Thank you so much in advance.
Here is the rear accessory connector part number and pinout.
Looks like pin 15 may be your only choice but it only puts out
the standard motorola alarm which can mean anything and I am
not sure exactly what voltage level is the trigger threshold. It is
possible you may need to do a voltage level conversion but I do
not have enough info to confirm that. Perhaps someone else
can help with that. Good luck...
The XTL mobile rear accessory connector:
2 Bus + part of SB9600 bus
3 Bus - part of SB9600 bus
4 DCE_TXD RS432 transmitt data
5 DCE_RXD RS432 receive data
6 USB- data
7 USB+ data
8 Reset part of SB9600 bus
9 Busy part of SB9600 bus
10 DCE_RTS RS432 request to send
11 DCE_CTS RS432 clear to send
12 USB PWR 5 volts aoolied by USB host
13 CHAN ACT channel activity
15 EMERGENCY must be connected to ground to disable
17 ONE WIRE used for smart accessory cables
18 VIP OUT 1
19 VIP OUT 2
20 SPKR+ (do not ground)
21 RX FLT AUDIO fixed RX audio (squelched) 100 mv per 1KHz deviation
22 MONITOR used to detect when mic is off hook
23 AUX MIC
24 SW B+
26 SPKR- (do not ground)
XTL Accessory Connector Part Number = HLN6863A for the 26 pin plug.
3980034F01 for the extra pins.