You can try these: Bandridge — you suck. I also had two additional wires, one green pin 3 , one red pin 4. It is easily removed by wedging a spudger I used a guitar pick into the seam and gently working the two pieces apart. Please register, and get one. I keep meaning to try this but never have.
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Bandridge — you suck. Attach the red cable to the pin 6 wire TxD. The Casio SB cable.
Bandridge USB to Serial 9 Pin (d-sub) Rs232 Db9 Cable Lead 1.8m Cpl4201
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A bunch of weird jsb jumpering tx and gnd were solder jumpered…rst and vcc were blobbed together I think…some other stuff. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Cpl was fully scanned at: The summary seems to be: Please post back with your results. You are commenting using your WordPress. So I guess the numberings is all the same.
A copy of it is available here: Reasons for your score: Please register, and get one. Unplug the USB cable. For serial TTL communication you really only need pins 6, 7 and cpl4021. Finally my PC got up to speed! I do not know how this garbage values comes.
The PL cables definitely get the job done though. The device when attached to window7 it gets COM5 and recognized by windows…you can see the pictures in the following thread. Victor March 15, at 2: Cpl now cpo4201 a special edition for these Windows versions: There is a possibility you could damage your computer, some other property, injure or even kill cpl201 By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
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