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TC Max Programming Cable

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Wondering if anyone has the cable pinout diagram to program the Super Soco TC Max for stuff like regenerative braking. The only place ive found this is a youtuber selling it for about $80 aud which I don't really want to spend on a cable. He mentioned it was a modified usb to serial cable but I think he reverse engineered it from a aliexpress cable.

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(@tonyb)
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Buy the cheapest ust-ttl adapter and connect it as shown in the diagram attached. I shared also the programming software. 

 

 

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@tonyb Worked like a charm. Thank you

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@tonyb thanks dude, you're a lifesaver

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@tonyb Please, could you tell us, which one is the pin Nr. 1 in the diagram? IT os not clear which pin it is on the 6-pin connector. Thanks.

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@tonyb Please, could you tell which one on the 6-pin connector is the pin number 1? It is not clear srom the diagram...

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(@alinarghira)
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Thank you very much for your help. Can you tell me wich type of the connector is on the motorcycle end? Is a connector used on atx psu's? And can you help me where the pin no 1 is and wich is the location? The part with the retainig clip or the other part? Can you draw to the picture diagram the retaining clip?

 

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 Ryko
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Please, could anybody, who made the cable, let us know how to connect the cables to the 6-pin connector? From the picture/diagram we do not know, which one is pin 1. Attached is the 6-pin port, but the pin 1 in this does not automatically means, that it is the same as in the diagram for communication cable... Thats why it would be nice to make it clear.

 
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