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Old Mar 01, 2012, 02:24 AM
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I'm assuming the module was connected to the red, black, and yellow wires? If so I'd test voltage on the red and black to confirm they are positive and ground. If so I could assume the yellow would be ppm. so from that I would think you could get a cheap usb simulator cable and solder the ground wire and ppm wire to the jack and check to see if it works with the simulator. If so then I'd solder a connection from the usb power and try to power the unit from that. If that works, you'd have a programmable usb simulator controller that wouldnt take batteries. Of course you'd need the usb cable plugged in for power, and the usb programmer cable plugged in to program it.
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