BayPac Model BP-96A


 


The BP-96A is an enhanced version of the BayCom Teams PICPAR modem, which is sold in Germany as a kit. The Tigertronics design employs "surface mount technology" which permits the use of robotic assembly, resulting in a vastly smaller unit with enhanced reliability and lower cost! The unit comes completely assembled and tested. Extensive documentation and the latest BayCom packet software is included.

This latest version of our 9600 baud modem is even more impressive than the first! At just 7/8" x 2-1/4" x 3" it's about the smallest thing on the market! Along with the tiny size, we shrank the power consumption too. The power consumption is now so low that the modem can now be powered from the computers parallel port, so no external power source is required in most installations. For those unusual applications where port power is not available, we have provided an external power jack. The BP-96A attaches directly to the computers parallel port and requires BayCom Version 1.6 (now included free!) or the AWG Packet Engine (for Windows!).  For you power users... The BP-96A can even run simultaneously with your 1200 baud modem!


SPECIFICATIONS:


Compatibility:	G3RUH 9600 baud DFM
		PAR9600 / PICPAR / BP-96

Computer Port:	Centronics Parallel

Power:		Computer Parallel Port (5ma) or external power
          	source of +8 to 14 volts @ 10ma

Signals:	PTT (active low) 75ma @ 12v (MAX).
		RX Input 300mv p-p (nom)
		TX Output 0 - 3v p-p

Connectors:	Parallel Port - DB-25M
		Radio Port - DB-9F
		Power - 5.5 x 2.1mm (Center +)

Size:		7/8" x 2-1/4 x 3"

Case:		Injection Molded ABS - Gray/White

Construction:	Surface Mount Technology (SMT)

Accessories:	DB-9M radio cable
		5.5 x 2.1 mm power plug

Requires:	IBM Compatible 286 (or faster) computer with parallel 
		port.


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