Most of these cables were made up custom by each owner or installer
(in the case of mobiles. The rigs just came with the connectors.
Elmac did make available 2 accessory cables, one a 23-footer and the
other about a 9-footer.
That is not an octal connector, it is an 11-prong. All pinouts are in
the manuals, and many different cable connections were used according
to the nature of the installation. The most common arrg't for the
mobiles using all your mentioned gear items, and like the accessory
cables offered, had the pwr switch going through the PMR-8 rcvr (i.e.,
can't turn on xmtr without turing on rcvr), had another small Jones
for the 12vdc relay ckt, and another for the S-meter accessory
(without which you couldn't operate the rcvr unless you jumpered it).
I have the shorter accesory cable myself, and think it may be faster,
easier & better 4 U to make up your own from the pinouts than to try
to find this very rare accesory.
> Name here is Joe; if anyone has a interconnecting cable for a
> Multi-Elmac AF-67, AF-68 or PMR-8 transmitter to power supply or
> transmitter/receiver and AC power supply for sale I'd be interested in buying
> it. The power supply could be a M-1070, PS-2V, etc. One end has a Jones plug
> (15 pin) and the other a round female octal connector (and possibly another
> power plug for the receiver)
> Thank you for reading this message and 73.
> Joe Cro N3IBX