DE-9 pinout?

Discussion in 'Embedded Systems and Microcontrollers' started by PRS, Aug 31, 2010.

  1. PRS

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    Aug 24, 2008
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    Hello, I'm an experimenter and I want to use a serial port. I have one with a 9-pin connector. I also have a diagram showing the pins and their names, but I'm not sure this pinout is looking from the back or toward the front of the connector. As I understand it, when looking at the connector coming out of the computer pin 1 is upper left, but is it really upper right?
     
  2. t06afre

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    This it it.
    Edit: Do not pay attention to not used info. I just posted this to give you the correct numbering and name
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  3. Markd77

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    All the connectors I've seen have actually got the pin numbers imprinted on the plastic next to the pins/holes. I suppose some might not have them.
     
  4. DonQ

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    Then numbers are usually there, but they're small. They are also often just a shallow embossing. That makes it tough to see, even for young eyes. So look with a magnifier and you'll probably see that at least then pins/sockets on the ends are numbered.

    Also, if you have the female version of the plug, be sure to mirror image the numbering in the drawing above.
     
  5. PRS

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    Thanks for the info. The drawing says it all! ;)
     
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