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    Schematics/Pin Outs/Diagrams

    This thread is for schematics, pin-outs, and diagrams ONLY.

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    S-Video Pin out

    Pin Name Description
    1 GND Ground (Y)
    2 GND Ground (C)
    3 Y Intensity (Luminance)
    4 C Color (Chrominance)
    Code:
    3  o o  4
    1 o   o 2
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    ill try get an image instead, but for now it will do

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    Garmin GPS 4 Pin Connector


    Pin connector as seen from back of unit



    Pin Name cable color
    1 power input red
    2 ground black
    3 data out brown
    4 data in white

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    gah, no sense of humor.

    Quick method for regulating 12+ to 12v steady. There's a voltage drop off of around 1v or so. Using a 7505 or 7509, you can get regulated 5v or 9v too respectively.

    Note: Less then 1 amp load. You cannot get regulated 3amps by just using 3 7512s or the like, so don't try.


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    Serial pinout:

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    Auto Power-Up laptop

    Sends a momentary pulse to push the power button when the computer senses the charging go from cold to hot AND it's not already awake.

    Enjoy!
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    "Valet" switch to bypas ITPS/Opus/CarNetix

    Here is a switch configuration that let's you manually control your PSU. It works for ITPS, Opus, and CarNetix type PSUs.
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    Heres the pinout for your normal DB25 printer cable to use for wiring up HD44780 type LCD's
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    relay circiuts.

    These circiuts you may find usefull to "trick" a motherboard into powering up just after it has recieved batt power thru an ignition relay and a "on pulse" is needed to fire up the atx motherboard connection. There are plenty of other uses for them if you can think of them. Such as dethump power dissconection of amps during head unit turn on, etc.
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    just found this site which lists a ton of connectors and all their relevant pinouts.

    http://www.networktechinc.com/technote.html

    has common pc, mac, sun, sgi, paralell, serial, usb, 1394, video, and other connectors i've never even seen before.
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    Current: CamryAmp 2.0 - 98 Camry CE V6 5spd (still bench-testing)

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