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  Reply # 58280 18-Jan-2007 15:59
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yep.

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  Reply # 58310 18-Jan-2007 23:03
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hmm, the adaptor is the wrong one! argh. 

Telecom didn't mention to us that the adaptor socket on the 595 is different to that for the 580.  Any ideas where we can get a new adaptor cable for the 595?



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  Reply # 58345 19-Jan-2007 14:51
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hi, yeah wondered, the 595 adaptor is still in test in the States etc, they dont have them there yet so may be a little wait. Cellutronics reckon it could be a few months.

I am looking to bring these in cheaply, they are over priced hugely in NZ.

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  Reply # 58360 19-Jan-2007 17:01
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mjsit&t: hi, yeah wondered, the 595 adaptor is still in test in the States etc, they dont have them there yet so may be a little wait. Cellutronics reckon it could be a few months.


Bummer :(



I am looking to bring these in cheaply, they are over priced hugely in NZ.


Do you mean sierra cards or adaptors here?



Will keep you informed


Thanks. Any help/advice greatly appreciated.

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 59057 28-Jan-2007 11:38
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The antenna RF adapter for the Sierra Wireless 595 was released in the USA on Friday.

wpsantennas.com and booster-antenna.com are the only two places to purchase them for now.


The adapter is 20 inches long and terminates in FME male.


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  Reply # 59332 31-Jan-2007 10:45
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Thanks Matt.  Cellutronics (NZ) just informed me that they will have them availble from next week for NZ$50+GST.

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  Reply # 59333 31-Jan-2007 10:49
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We shipped them out yesterday to them via FedEx so they should have them tomorrow. 

 

The adapter fits very well and are designed specifically for the 595 card.


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