DSKLayout

DSKLayout - Figure 2–1. Connecting Your Parallel Printer...

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Step 1: Connecting the DSK to Your PC 2-4 2.2 Step 1: Connecting the DSK to Your PC Follow these steps to connect your DSK board to your PC: 1) Turn off your PC’s power. 2) Connect your parallel printer port cable to the parallel communication port (LPT) on your PC. This port can be identified by its size and pin type, which should be the female matching equivalent to the DSK. (RS232 ports which use DB25 connectors use the opposite pin configuration). 3) Plug the parallel printer port cable into the DSK DB25 connector. 4) Plug 7–12 Vdc or 6–9 Vac power supply into the DSK power supply con- nector. See Figure 2–1 for details.
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Unformatted text preview: Figure 2–1. Connecting Your Parallel Printer Port Cable and Transformer Into Your DSK Board System clock Power supply connector RCA jack analog out RCA jack analog in Plug your printer cable into this socket (DB25 female) PAL 22V10 TLC32040 LED 5) Plug the transformer into a wall socket. 6) Turn on your PC’s power. 7) The LED will illuminate either red or green. Note: Some manufacturers of plug-in cards may also use DB25 connectors that appear to be of the same type. If this is the case, be sure to check the PC configuration thoroughly before continuing....
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course EE 4150 taught by Professor Wu during the Fall '10 term at LSU.

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