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masber2000 
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Posted: December 25, 2011 at 12:33 PM / IP Logged  
Hello 12volt team.
First-time poster.
I'm doing the pre-planning work for my install, and have reached the point where I need some assistance:
Alarm&Starter module-Compustar CM6000
Bypass - Fortin EVO-ALL
Drone Mobile DR-2000
Both the EVO-All and the Drone Mobile unit can attach to the CM6000 base through the datalink (RS232) port. My problem is that there's only 1 datalink port that I see. I will attach the bypass to the port, so is there another way to attach the drone mobile unit to the system through the datalink connection, or must I hard-wire the unit to the system, as there's no other port available?
Thanks in advance for your assistance.
tedmond 
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Posted: December 25, 2011 at 1:52 PM / IP Logged  
compustar w2w with fortin piece, and compustar to drone via datalink
Ted
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masber2000 
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Posted: December 25, 2011 at 2:24 PM / IP Logged  
Thank you kindly.
I assume w2w is wire-to-wire?
Bummer that there's no workaround for both datalink connections.
tedmond 
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Posted: December 25, 2011 at 4:28 PM / IP Logged  
w2w is indeed wire to wire.
you can piggyback the datalink connectors, but d2d is unreliable in my opinion, so i just recommend w2w incase you have problems, its easier to diagnose.
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metz35 
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Posted: December 25, 2011 at 5:00 PM / IP Logged  
If u have a cm6000 why not just use an Idatalink blade. And then use the drone d2d
masber2000 
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I'd already purchased the EVO-ALL, thinking that it would be fully compatible, but I think I'll research the blade a bit more. Thank you.
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the fortin is compatable. The blade requires you to have it flashed or flash it yourself with the ads-usb for your vehicle.
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masber2000 
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Posted: January 02, 2012 at 6:00 PM / IP Logged  
Hello-
I am adding a 507M tilt sensor to the Compustar CM6000 module. I want to make sure I got the wiring correct. I am using Connector 14 (Optional Sensor Input)to attach the 507M to the control module:
507M Wires......................Compustar Wires
Red (power source 12V)................Pin 3 Red – 12V positive
Orange(- ground when armed output)..............Pin 1 Blk Neg Ground
Blue (- instant trigger input)...............Pin 2 BLACK/ White - 2nd stage negative (-) input. (Instant trigger)
Compustar Pin 4 is not used
Is this the correct wiring diagram for adding the 507M to this unit?
Thank you.
masber2000 
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Posted: January 20, 2012 at 6:58 PM / IP Logged  
Hello-
I'm finishing the pre-planning stages of my install (recently purchased my new truck), and am running into an area in which I need some assistance. I am installing a CM6000 module with the Fortin EVO-ALL bypass and the TBGM2 transponder bypass. I need to w2w the EVO-ALL because the Computech DRONE is using the data connection.
I'm having a bit of a challenge figuring out the appropriate wire connections from the 20-pin connector on the CM6000 (CN3)and the CM6000 door lock module (CN5), to the EVO-ALL 20-pin connector. This is what I've come up with so far (connections shaded Grey):
compustar cm6000, drone, evo-all -- posted image.
Any assistance given to determine the correct connections would be most appreciated.
Thanks in advance
masber2000
masber2000 
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Added information: This will be installed in a 2008 Cadillac Escalade EXT
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