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Volkswagen RNS 510 pin assignments

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Multi-pin connector 1, 8-pin, for loudspeaker outputs
1 –  Rear right loudspeaker, positive
2 –  Front right loudspeaker, positive
3 –  Front left loudspeaker, positive
4 –  Rear left loudspeaker, positive
5 –  Rear right loudspeaker, negative
6 –  Front right loudspeaker, negative
7 –  Front left loudspeaker, negative
8 –  Rear left loudspeaker, negative

Multi-pin connector 1, 8-pin, for loudspeaker outputs

connectors_rns_510_main_N91-109281 –  Rear right loudspeaker, positive
2 –  Front right loudspeaker, positive
3 –  Front left loudspeaker, positive
4 –  Rear left loudspeaker, positive
5 –  Rear right loudspeaker, negative
6 –  Front right loudspeaker, negative
7 –  Front left loudspeaker, negative
8 –  Rear left loudspeaker, negative

Note! When used with a sound amplifier, the same pin assignments are used as line-in for the sound amplifier. To achieve this, the radio unit is programmed from “output stage power 26 dB” to “output stage line-out 12 dB” in the factory. Details on how to perform this can be found in Volkswagen RNS 510 coding when installing with a factory amplifier.

Multi-pin connector 2, 8-pin, for voltage supply lines and CAN bus

9 –  CAN bus, high
10 –  CAN bus, low
11 –  Display voltage supply, positive, optional for radio module low version only
12 –  Voltage supply, negative, terminal 31
13 –  Display HV CAN bus low, optional for radio module low version only, not for midline
14 –  Display HV CAN bus high, optional for radio module low version only, not for midline
15 –  Voltage supply, positive, terminal 30
16 –  Anti-theft coding control signal, SAFE, positive

Multi-pin connector 3, 12-pin, for telephone and microphone signals

1 –  Microphone input, negative
2 –  AUX output, audio, right
3 –  AUX output, common signal earth
4 –  Microphone output, negative
5 –  Telephone audio input signal left, negative
6 –  Telephone audio input signal right, negative
7 –  Microphone input, positive
8 –  AUX output, audio, left
9 –  Microphone output, positive
10 –  Telephone mute (mute switch for radio)
11 –  Telephone audio input signal left, positive
12 –  Telephone audio input signal right, positive

Multi-pin connector 4, 12-pin, for CD changer control and CD audio input signals

1 –  AUX signal input, left
2 –  AUX signal earth
3 –  CD changer, audio signal earth
4 –  CD changer, voltage supply, positive, terminal 30, contact continuous load greater than 1 A, temporary peak load 5 A
5 –  Not assigned
6 –  CD changer, DATA OUT (data exchange for CD changer control from radio navigation system to CD changer)
7 –  AUX signal input, right
8 –  CD changer, left audio channel, CD/L
9 –  CD changer, right audio channel, CD/R
10 –  CD changer, control line, switched positive
11 –  CD changer, DATA IN (data exchange for CD changer control from CD changer to radio navigation system)
12 –  CD changer, CLOCK (internal check protocol for data flow monitoring)

Multi-pin connector 5, audio and video, 26-pin

connectors_rns_510_av_N91-109301 –  Reserved for Debug RX protocol
2 –  Reserved for Debug TX protocol
3 –  Not assigned
4 –  Video signal input, RGBS, negative (ground)
5 –  Video signal output LF, Right (Audio use 17 for ground)
6 –   Ground Sync input
(Internal universal preparation for mobile telephone, mobile telephone detection)
7 –   Video signal output, vertical and horizontal synchronisation
(Internal universal preparation for mobile telephone, cradle and button evaluation)
8 –   Video signal ouput, green
(Internal universal preparation for mobile telephone, cradle, aerial diagnosis)
9 –  Video signal input, RGBS, negative (ground)
10 –  Video signal input LF, right  (Audio use 24 for ground)
11 –  Video signal input, screening earth
12 –  Video signal input, vertical and horizontal synchronisation
13 –  Video signal input, green
14 –  Not assigned
15 –  Not assigned
16 –  Not assigned
17 – Video signal output, LF, negative (ground)
18 –  Video signal output LF, Left  (Audio use 17 for ground)
19 –  Video signal output, RGBS, negative (ground)
(Internal universal preparation for mobile telephone, cradle, negative)
20 –  Video signal output, Blue
(Internal universal preparation for mobile telephone, switched terminal 30)
21 –  Video signal output, Red
22 –  Video signal input, LF, negative
23 –  Video signal input, LF, left (Audio use 24 for ground)
24 –  Video signal input, RGBS, negative (ground)
25 –  Video signal input, blue
26 –  Video signal input, red

Connectors 6, aerial connectors

connectors_rns_510_aerial_N91-109291 –  AM and FM2 radio reception aerial connector, double Fakra, no coding, impedance 50 ohms, colour cream-white

2 –  FM1 radio reception aerial connector, double Fakra, coding B, impedance 50 ohms, colour cream-white

3 –  Navigation aerial connector, double Fakra, coding C, impedance 50 ohms, colour signal blue

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