BMW has the standard OBDII connector under the drivers side dash so generic OBDII cables will work but only with generic OBDII software. Each specific software needs a compatible cable designed expressly for it.Older style 20pin cables are a similar matter.
some have none, especially newer smaller laptops that only have a few usb ports. althought a serial cable to usb connector usually works, the connection is laggier. most computers have one, maybe two. unless you are running multiple devices, one is all you need. this is in reference to a nine pin serial cable. most have a 20pin serial port for visual in/out, but this is not related to a com port. serial ports are identified as COM, usually COM1 or COM3 but each port can only be used by one thing at a time.i know very little about computer anatomy, so while i know this is partially right, someone should add correct me if i am wrong
Connect the front panel molex's to every available connector (3-pin molex connector) Or get a new one. I am experiencing the same now.
A technician is installing a new power supply in a computer Which type of power connector should be used to connect to a PATA hard drive?berg mini-molexmolex.20-pin ATX connector
If it as a 20 or 24 pin connector and a 4 pin connector then it is a ATX power supply.
The name of the connector is Molex connector
The 4-pin FireWire connector must use a separate power supply.
If it's an IDE drive, it will use a 4-pin peripheral power connector, often called a "Molex" power connector, Molex being a major manufacturer of these types of power connectors. If the drive is a SATA drive, it will use a standard 15-pin SATA power connector.
The hardware in a computer need electric to run, this gives it the power that all the hardware needs and each connector has a certain voltage.
Your power supply unit, PSU. Takes AC power and distributes so much power to each connector. Each PSU, depending on the wattage of the unit gives each connector so much voltage. Each connector is designed for a certain piece of hardware that requires different voltage.
back pannel connector
the optical drive will connect to the power supply with a connector called molex connecter it is a 4 prong connector
The PSU (Power Supply Unit) is used in many computer systems and devices to give power to the computer. In desktop and tower computers, they are essential for functionality.
You can use it to charge your DSi from a computer. It is a cable that has a usb (pc) connector on one end and a DSi connector on the other end. Your computer needs to be on for this to work.
Computer monitors typically use a VGA (video graphics array) connector.
Global Supply Systems was created in 2001.
DVD ROM drives can be connected using a USB connector/interface or installed in the computer using a Serial ATA connector (or if you computer is old an ATA connector if you can find an ATA DVD drive).
A Connector From AC power supply to Power up The Motherboard.
The Main difference between a Switched Mode Power Supply and an Uninteruptable Power Supply is the function. SMPS are like a conditioner of electricity supply for a building, house, etc. UPS are the emergency backup power supply for vital computer based systems
The most common power supply connectors for motherboards will be either a 20 or 24 pin connector. Older unit used less pins like the ATX but the cure standard is the 20 or 24 pin main connector.
8-pin power supply connector with 150 watts
24 pin connector is required to supply power to the motherboard.
8-pin power supply connector
Power Supply Connector
8-pin power supply connector, 150watts