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URI Cable for Yaesu Radios

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Every URI cable is assembled by me in the United States with quality parts from around the world. These handmade URI cables easily connect your URI to your Yaesu transceiver. You don't need to know how to solder, or where to put what wire. It's already been done for you. Simply plug in your cable, power up your URI, and start configuring your node/system to your liking.

All the connections in the DB-25 are soldered, not crimped. The soldered wires are then covered with a waterproof sealant that insulates and protects the URI from possible shorts. Each Yaesu URI cables is tested prior to shipping. Every cable comes with a 30 day warranty. Buyer is responsible for return shipping expense.

URI Cables & Optional EEPROM

URI cables can be ordered with or without an EEPROM. The EEPROM is useful in systems with multiple URIs. There is space on the circuit board for an SOIC version of the EEPROM but it is typically not installed. Instead, the preferred method is to solder a DIP IC directly to the DB-25 connector pins. That way if a URI is swapped out, the stored data stays with the cable and therefore with the specific radio.

EEPROM Atmel AT93C46 Datasheet

2 Responses

  1. Paul B
    | Reply

    I want to connect my 8900R to my Allstar node thru a DMK URI. I already have a few working nodes and a DMK URI.

    How do I set up the radio to function with my URI once connected? Can I still use the radio with it all connected or do I need to change some functions on the radio?

    Thanks for the help.

    • KK6JYT
      | Reply

      If I understand your question properly, I don’t believe (but am not positive) you can use the Yaesu’s mic while the URI is connected and functioning. I would test it for you, but all my node transceivers are all Alinco’s now.

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