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alternate_power_a_v_connector [2014/12/14 08:54]
papa_november
alternate_power_a_v_connector [2017/10/02 14:27] (current)
papa_november wow i got it wrong, nearly blew up a machine, go me. should be correct now.
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 ^Pin^Assignment^ ^Pin^Assignment^
-|1|Ground+|1|+5v
-|2|Ground|+|2|+5v|
 |3|Shield ground| |3|Shield ground|
-|4|+5V+|4|Ground
-|5|+5V|+|5|Ground|
  
 This uses a DIN-5c connector, which is kind of difficult to find until you realize that it's just DIN-6 without the center pin. So if you can't find a PCB-mount DIN-5c jack or a DIN-5c plug, just get the DIN-6 version and pull the center pin out. No changes to the board are necessary; the new connector will drop right in. This uses a DIN-5c connector, which is kind of difficult to find until you realize that it's just DIN-6 without the center pin. So if you can't find a PCB-mount DIN-5c jack or a DIN-5c plug, just get the DIN-6 version and pull the center pin out. No changes to the board are necessary; the new connector will drop right in.
  
 This new connector standard is also great for modding RF-only systems like the Atari 400, 5200, and 2600. It minimizes the number of holes you need to drill, and it allows for stereo support on the 2600. This new connector standard is also great for modding RF-only systems like the Atari 400, 5200, and 2600. It minimizes the number of holes you need to drill, and it allows for stereo support on the 2600.
 
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