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MC-22 Remote Cord with Banana Plugs (39.4 in.)

Useful for making connections to a shutter-triggering device, such as those activated by an infrared sensor to take pictures of wildlife after dark.
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How to connect to the MC-22 Remote cord

Do you have specifics as far as what voltages or conductors are shorted etc.. goes through each of the three colored banana plugs. I am trying to actuate the shutter through a separate controller during a time lapse. Are there schematics available for the shutter actuation?
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Location : CA
Age: 55-65
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Nikon Family: 2-5 years
Experience: 1-3 months
Role: Serious passion, hobbyist
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This information is not in the published technical specifications for the MC-22 Remote Cord.
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Can I use TTL signal with this cable?

What kind of signal is required to use this cable to synchronize a camera with external trigger?
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This is a shutter release cord. Please see the lilnk below for more information.
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...
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