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A printer cable can connect to a serial printer using a 25-pin "RS-232", DB-25 connector, among other things. In many cases, only a few pins of the defined 25 pins are used (e.g., send, receive, common). There are also adapters that convert between the 25-pin connector and, say, RJ-11 phone cord, RJ…-45 Cat 5, or even screw terminals for 3-conductor cable, or what-have-you, for connection to the computer (e.g., a DIN-8 in a Mac), or a converter for USB to RS-232. If it is a Male connector on PC it will be 25-pin Serial Port, If it is a female connector (purple colored if latest) it is parallel port, sometimes called Printer Port(LPT) - Naresh , InfoMax ( Full Answer )
How many pins does the regular ATX power connector to the motherboard have how many pins does the enhanced ATX power connector to the motherboard have?
the regular ATX has a 20 pin power connector, while the enhanced ATX power connector has 24 pin power connector.
Answer . quote wikipedia: "Chips are made with a variety of data bus sizes (most commonly 4, 8 or 16 bits), but chips are generally assembled into 168-pin DIMMs that read or write 64 (non-ECC) or 72 ( ECC ) bits at a time." answer: 168
A regular ATX motherboard uses a single 20-pin P1 connector with optional 4-pin auxillary power connector
one, But it will not be "hot" just because the key is on, The ECM comtrols it, So it will only be hot for A second when the key is turned on then again after motor is running.. If you are trying to test the power supply, You need help, use A test light disconnect the connector, Have someone crank t…he motor while you test the terminals, only crank for A couple of seconds at A time, You don't want to burn the starter up. ( Full Answer )
an enhanced ATX power connector uses a 24-pin P1 connector and a enhanced BTX power connector uses a 24-pin P1 connector
9-pins 9 pins at one end and 4 or 6 at the other. (pg. 407)
Pins 2, 3 and 7 are used for communication on your RS232 ports. While other pins are used, most are just for protocol (RTS, CTS, and other pins for more advanced communication) The link below gives more information on the subject. http://www.lammertbies.nl/comm/cable/RS-232.html
The P1 power connector is the first ATX power supplies andmotherboards used a single power connector. It also has 20 pins.
5; 6 5 pins on DIN, and 6 on a PS/2. (pg. 312) I found it 5 or 6 too, but it was on page 364 of A+ Comp TIA
What is the pinout of the 16-pin OBD-II connector on a 1995 Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight - it is actually OBD-1 using the obd-ii connector?
Some auto makers starting using OBDII prior to 1996. In the door panel or under the hood there will be a sticker stating the vehicle is OBDII compliant.. However, this does NOT apply to certain 1994 and 1995 GM cars, which are OBDI systems but use the same connector as the OBDII systems. GM OBDI sy…stem connectors are usually referred to as ALDL connectors. The one described in the question is sometimes referred to as an ALDL 16 connector. . \ 1 - - - - - - - 8 /. \ 9 - - - - 16 / . 5 - Ground. 9 - 8192 Baud data. 16 - +12 Vdc . There are other vehicle-specific uses for some pins. ( Full Answer )
ATX is a form factor. It does not dictate a specific chipset; anything from the now ancient 440BX to a Q57 can be used in an ATX system.
The number of connectors will depend on which version of this serial bus interface you are considering. It will have either 4, 6 or 9 circuits (pins) depending on which "flavor" of the FireWire standard you are applying. Use the link below to review the standards and look at some pictures.
A P1 connector is a power connector found on ATX power supplies. It is used to provide main power to the motherboard, and to control ACPI functionality (tell the power suppy to turn off and back on).
A common video graphic adapter (VGA) has 15 pins. This has been thestandard for at least 20 years. Many new monitors come with HDMIconnections today.
A FireWire connector can have 4, 6, or 9 pins depending on the plugtype. While 4-pin connectors carry data only, 6-pin and 9-pinconnectors carry power and data.
EIDE cable uses a 40-pin connector at the end of the cable to interface with the drive.
How many pins does the regular ATX power connectors to the motherboard have how many pins does the enhanced ATX power connector to the motherboard have?
ATX Ver 1.0 has one 20 pin port ATX Ver 1.1 has one 20 pin port and a 4 pin port ATX Ver 2.0 has one 24 pin port and a 4 pin port
\n. \nEach pin are assigned a name that carry a specific signal which are: CD, Rx, Tx, RTS, GND, DSR, RTS, CTS, & RI.\n. \nMost common application only uses Tx, Rx,& GND (pins 2, 3 & 5) and the rest are left unconnected (NC).\n. \nTry searching DB-9 instead. DE-9 (which is the right name) almost …always been called DB-9 (a misnomer but wide accepted).\n. \nhopes that helps.\n. \njohnlauder.com ( Full Answer )
The connectors are different in size,the AT connector is smaller in size while the ATX connector is bigger,the AT connector has a cable that is lighter than that of the ATX connector.
\n . \nUsually used as a floppy drive interface. Also the TRS-80 Model 3 used this connector for its printer connector..
at motherboards which are not used nowadays, atx motherboard has ps2 connectors which were replaced by usb keyboards
The ATX form factor is an ancient one. Modules can range all the way from 72-pin DIMMS to DDR3.
The IDE connector has a total of forty pins. The parallel ATAcables usually have a maximum allowable length of only 18 inches.
SATA is designed to power hard drives and CD/DVD devices, ATX is designed for motherboards.
PS/2 keyboard has what is called Mini-Din 6 pins and a mouse hasDIN 5 pins.
Fan. But only two are used for power. The third is used to control the fan speed. There should be indication on the board to tell what this fan is for / where the fan for that particular powe connection should be installed.
SCSI Harddrive: . 80-pin Connector The SCA interface was designed to provide a standard connection for systems using hot swappable drives. SCA interface drives connect to a SCSI backplane that provides power, configuration settings such as SCSI ID, and termination of the SCSI bus.
Many different connectors can have 20 pins. Some examples of these are: . ATX power supply connectors . JTAG cables (used for programming embedded devices) . A proprietary OBDII connector found in some BMW vehicles . HDMI cables / connectors (used for high-definition video) . Very old Apple f…loppy drives ( Full Answer )
First of all, remember that SCSI II is obsolete and is not used today or rarely. SCSCI II stands for Small Computer System Interface (Revision 2) SCSI II operates with a 32-bit data bus with an A cable and a B cable . The A cable consisted of a 50 pin Centronics connector. Pin outs here: http:…//www.interfacebus.com/SCSI_Differential_A_Cable_Pinout.html . The optional B cable consisted of a 68 pin connector **Click on the related link below ( Full Answer )
ATX version 2.2 allowed for 24-pin P1 connector, which is backward compatible with the 20-pin P1 connector.
There are 10 pins in a game of bowling. Its shaped like a pyramid 4 on the bottom, 3 next, then 2, and on top 1. 4+3+2+1=10.
The Device that uses the 12v 8-pin power is for an auxiliary motherboard connector and a PCI Express, Version 2 high-end video card using PCIe x16 slots.
which of the following device uses a 6-pin Mini DIN connector a. ps/2- style mouse
4 Pin Aux connectors are used by some video cards to provide additional power to them via the power supply.
ATX is the form factor which Motherboards, Computer Cases and Graphics Cards use to standardise sizing. An ATX form-factor Motherboard will fit an ATX Case, and an ATX Graphics Card will fit in the case as well.
70.4 oz 1 quart = 32 oz 1 oz = 0.03 qt 1 Imp. qt = 40 oz
A common serial port has either nine pins (by far the most common) or sometimes on very old equipment 25 pins. It turns out that they are completely compatible with a very simple adapter... the older standard just used a wider connector. The nine pins are arranged in two offset rows. The port (on… a computer) is "male" in that the metal pins are sticking out, with a metal shield around it forming a trapezoid with slightly rounded corners. ( Full Answer )
Four + shield. S-Video is a step-up from Composite video which uses only two pins to transmit a composite (which means luminance (brightness) and chroma (color) signals 'mixed' in such a way to transmit them over one pair of cables). S-Video separates these two signals, so it needs four pins -- one …pair for the luminance information, and the other pair for chroma information. For more info, please refer to Wikipedia article "S-Video". ( Full Answer )
Notebook's use 2.5 hard drives and they have 44 pin connections 3.5 hard drives used 40 pin connections BUT they make adapters to use either or
Depends somewhat on the cable. You should be able to bend larger pins back to shape by yourself with some tweezers or small pliers. Do it at your own risk though.
a 9-pin serial port used to be used a a very large network connection via a null cable be for and after coxail netowrking and ethernet cabling... It was also used for Mouse and some minor peripherials device of input and som output devces... long long ago in a desktop far awa :) lol I feel old awnse…ring this one.. ( Full Answer )
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A six in or in some cases, eight pin, power connection are used by various video cards which are almost universally PCI Express cards. These are needed to supply power when the card's require more then 75 watt power provided by the PCI Express slot itself. These are the six pin and eight pin 12v …connections. ( Full Answer )
ATX (Advanced Technology Extended), is a standard for all personal computer motherboards, computer chassis and PSUs (power supply unit), ensuring a high-degree of compatibility with regards motherboard mounting points, the power supply to the motherboard and motherboard connectivity with peripherals…, both internally and externally to the chassis. Incompatibilities only occur when mixing ATX form factors. For instance, a microATX chassis can accommodate, at most, a 9.6 x 9.6 inch motherboard. A full-size ATX motherboard is 12 x 9.6 inches and therefore requires a full-size ATX chassis which can accommodate several form-factors, including microATX. Despite the standardisation, incompatibilities can still occur with like-for-like ATX specifications. For instance, a poorly-designed placement of the internal hard-drives in a chassis often interferes with motherboard layouts with regards connections and peripherals. Often the only solution is to replace the motherboard or the chassis, or even both. Although many such problems are the fault of poor-chassis design, poorly-designed motherboards can also cause problems even in a well-designed chassis. For instance, SATA hard-drive connections are often placed in locations with limited accessibility, such as immediately behind the graphic PCI Express port. When purchasing a top-end graphic card that can easily extend 8 inches across the motherboard, this can severely limit the number of SATA connections that are possible. Many poorly-designed motherboards will only allow top-down SATA connectivity in an array of 2x2, 2x3 or even 2x4 connections, thus making it impossible to use more than 2 elbow-connectors (the only solution to overhead interface). A well-designed motherboard places all SATA connections along an edge of the motherboard, allowing side-entry connectivity rather than top-down entry, thus minimising interference from above and increasing accessibility to those connections. ( Full Answer )
A bowling ball doesn't have any holes in the manufacturing stage. The most common number of holes drilled is 3 - 2 fingers and a thumb. In the early days and sometimes found today, there is only one finger and a thumb. If there's been some hand injury, sometimes an extra finger hole is drilled. …Sometimes there is a counter balance hole drilled at or near the axis point to allow the dynamics of a bowling ball work better for a bowler. In tenpin bowling, regardless of the number of holes, you are only allowed a certain weight difference at the grip point, where there is top and bottom weight and left and right side weight. ( Full Answer )
There are three holes in a standard ten pin bowling ball. One of them is for your thumb and the other two can be filled with various charms and tokens for good luck while rolling your ball. Such charms can include rabbit feet, four-leaf clovers, and souvenir sand from your favorite beach. Just pleas…e make sure this sand is not, I repeat NOT, from Sri Lanka. On occasion, you may feel inclined to stick two of your other fingers in these second and third holes. This is an okay idea. Just remember, one in every three bowling balls has a snake coiled up inside ready to bite off any juicy index fingers it sees. ( Full Answer )
S-video uses two signals each carried by a co-ax cable. There are a total of four connections and some interfaces use a three pin connector and tie together the two screens of the cable. The three pin solution works well at short distances but is not considered the right way to run long distances.
An RJ-11 connector is used to connect a 2- or 4-wire from an analog modem to a telephone jack.
The IDE/EIDE connector is a 40-pin connector that has been one ofthe most widely used connectors used on IBM compatible computers.Today, this connector is being replaced by the SATA connector.