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    Default Metrotech I5000 clamp pinout question

    Does anyone know the pin-out of the 4 pin connector to attach a clamp to the Metrotech I5000? I have a I55000 transmitter here and I know that on the 4 pin connector on the side that the top 2 pins (by the index mark) go to the direct connect leads. I am trying to convert an old clamp to work on this transmitter but haven't figured out the pin-out so it shows the "clamp" on the display.
    Does anyone have one of the clamps with the 4 pin connector and an ohmmeter that can check theirs for me?
    Thanks in advance
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    Default Re: Metrotech I5000 clamp pinout question

    sorry to answer 3 months later but maybe someone else will need to know also: yes the top 2 pins are direct connect and the 2 pins below are tied together with a resister.

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    Default Re: Metrotech I5000 clamp pinout question

    375k resistor tells it that you have a 2" clamp and 410k tells it you are using a 4" clamp. Does anyone know what the SiS (red and black clamp) is? Does anyone have a I5000 transmitter with a SiS clamp?

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