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English => Interfaces, Pinouts, Cables => Topic started by: koshmar on Apr 13, 2005, 02:28

Title: SCSI-III 68 pin connector
Post by: koshmar on Apr 13, 2005, 02:28
This website has an incorrect pinout for 68 pin SCSI differential connector. It seems the pinout is shifted by one. for example it says pin 6 and pin 40 is GND when in fact they are +DB0 and -DB0 respectively.

Just an info

Thanks
Title: Re: SCSI-III 68 pin connector
Post by: Andrew on Apr 13, 2005, 16:14
Quote from: "koshmar"This website has an incorrect pinout for 68 pin SCSI differential connector. It seems the pinout is shifted by one. for example it says pin 6 and pin 40 is GND when in fact they are +DB0 and -DB0 respectively.

May I ask you to suggest me a link to correct pinout? (I need it to correct information)
Title: Re: SCSI-III 68 pin connector
Post by: firyembers on Sep 01, 2005, 08:34
Quote from: "Andrew"
Quote from: "koshmar"This website has an incorrect pinout for 68 pin SCSI differential connector. It seems the pinout is shifted by one. for example it says pin 6 and pin 40 is GND when in fact they are +DB0 and -DB0 respectively.

May I ask you to suggest me a link to correct pinout? (I need it to correct information)


Try here
http://www.paralan.com/scsi.html
Sounds like it depends wether it's LVD Se or HVD though.