U5 Link

(2 customer reviews)

$50.00$58.00

 

Universal Radio Link for Kenwood,ICOM and Yaesu radios.

It’s ideal to connect your radio to computer with CI-V,data and keying functions.

Your type of device to select:

1,  ICOM DIN8-DIN8          :        ICOM IC-707,M710,725,725A,726,728,729,735,736,737,738,
                                                                IC-746,746PRO,756,756PRO,756PRO2,756PRO3,761,775,781,910,7400,7600,7800

2, ICOM DIN13-DIN8        :        ICOM IC-703,706,706MK2,706MK2G,718,78,7000,7200

3, YAESU FT450D etc        :       FT450\FT950,  FT991 FT891,  FT7800\8800\8900\100D, IC-2710、2720、2820,  IC703、706、7000(data socket,PACKET),  TS-480,     Handhelds

4, YAESU FT891 etc          :        FT-891/991/FT-817/FT-857D/FT-897D

 

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Description

Features:
– FIDI FT-232RL USB chip
– Original 6N137 optocoupler high-speed communications, communication rates up to 115200.
– Support mechanisms refined data cable to connect the cable, plug and play
– Radio remote control interface support: full optical isolation, CAT remote support stable high-speed communications 115200
– Complete signal support: Contains TXD RXD RTS DTR CTS signals.
– Support for SQL control, CTS signal.
– Special customized high-quality audio isolation transformers, shielded isolation.
– Plug and play, external power supply not required.
– Standardized voice / data radio interfaces: DATA (MINI DIN 6).
– Remote Interface standardization CAT: CAT (MINI DIN 8).
– FT-450D HRD set: rate 4800, leave RTS DTR both blank, radio using VFO-A.

 

For Radio Model:  
– YAESU: FT450, FT950, Compatible with RS232-CAT port
– YAESU: FT991, FT891
– YAESU: FT7800, 8800, 8900, 100D
– YAESU: FT-8×7 (only DATA, not for CAT)

– For ICOM: IC-2710, 2720, 2820
– For ICOM: 703, 706, 7000 (Only Data Port, PACKET)
– Supports Handheld Radios

For Software:
– WSJT JTDX HRD DM780 LOGG32NIMM WriteLog ECHOLINK easyPal SSTV Cw_player APRS AGWTracker MMTTY MMVARI MIXW etc.

Download USB Driver:    www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP.htm

 

Package Included:
– 1 x Main device
– 1 x USB Cable
– 2 x Audio Cables
– 1 x Data Cable
– 1 x Serial Port DB9 Type CAT Cable (depends on radio type)

Additional information

Radio Type

ICOM DIN8-DIN8, ICOM DIN13-DIN8, YAESU FT450D etc, YAESU FT891 etc

2 reviews for U5 Link

  1. 平野岳

    为能FTDX5000和FT2000使用吗?

    • ba4tbqth

      Yes,you may select YAESU FT450 etc. option,and instruct the radio model,we will make the specific cable for you.

  2. Sean Gilbert

    I found a used U5 Link on eBay for a very good price (£15/$20). Once I’d worked out what leads went where it immediately began doing what it needed to. Any required drivers were automatically installed by Windows 10. This is the most reliable and simple-to-use interface I have used in over 20 years of sound-card digimode activity. Hook up the cables to your soundcard line-in/line-out; connect the din cable to the appropriate din out on your Icom (or Yaesu); plug in your paddles/pump and, finally, connect the USB to your PC. That’s it. Check the W10 device manager to find out what com port the device has made for itself and then you are away. There is not much in the way of info on the web, but enough to get it hooked up and running. The U5-Link itself is a pretty small metal box, about the size of a deck of cards or a packet of cigarettes, it is well constructed and the case is painted black, with white lettering. It feels like a quality product. For the price I paid, it was a no-brainer. Even at full retail, the cost of this is cheaper than many interface units I have seen (and used). Basically, all you need is this box, the correct leads for your radio (it should come with all leads necessary), and a soundcard of some kind. I have used mine with an old SoundBlaster Live 24bit USB card, but it worked just as well with a £0.75 ($1) USB plugin sound device or with the PC onboard sound device. Overall, the U5-Link is a good product and I have nothing negative to say about it. Would I recommend this to a ham friend? Yes, I would. 73, G4UCJ (licenced ham since ’82)

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