2 Year Portable Electronic Accident Protection Planfrom Asurion, LLC
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Valley Enterprises Icom CT-17 USB FTDI Chipset CI-V Cat Control Programming Cable, Length 3 Feet
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- Aftermarket Programming Cable
- FTDI USB chipset
- TX and RX Led indicators
- Total Length: 1M (3.3 feet)
- No programming software included
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I decided to get a separate data control cable to run my Icom IC-7000. On Windows 10, I downloaded the drivers and installed the cable. It was assigned COM port 28, so I updated my rig controlling software settings and turned on my radio. The cable has two communication LEDs on the shell that plugs into the USB port on my laptop. They lit up and my radio control software connected with no problems. I spent the day operating on FT8 on 20m and it never crashed or hiccuped. Very pleased with this cable and is worth the money. Highly recommended if you run Icom equipment with a CI-V port.
The IC-735 radio had become unusable due to the failure of an irreplaceable optical tuner which was used to set operating frequencies on the radio. The FTDI adapter is functioning as a "work-around" to that problem and has restored a really desirable radio back into full service.
The only actual problem I had using the FTDI cable was due to the 3/8th inch CI-V serial interface jack on the 1980's era radio. The jack had a bit of corrosion on the "tip conductor" which which blocked communication between the Computer/FTDI combo and the Radio. This was cured by a shot of De-Ox spray on the radio jack.
The cable works fine, was easy to implement and has restored my ICOM IC-735 HF Transceiver back to service.