There are 29 pinout(s) found
  • Metrologic Voyager GS MS9590 and MS9591 scanner interfaces The MS9590 and MS9591 scanner interfaces terminate to a 10-pin modular jack. The serial number label indicates the interface enabled.
  • 30 pin PDMI PDMI (Portable Digital Media Interface) is an interconnection standard for portable media players. Rarely used.
  • ACR (Advanced Communications Riser) Advanced Communications Riser (ACR) is a slot for connecting a specific hardware, such as AMR hardware, Cable Modem, DSL, Wireless, HomePNA, Ethernet, etc. This slot is a successor to AMR (Audio Modem Riser).
  • Apple Duo Dock modem adapter Card 10 pin unknown connector
  • CD32 Expansion-port 
  • Centronics printer One of the most used printer interfaces in the past. Now replaced by IEEE1284-B / USB.
  • CheckPoint Firewall UTM-1 570 (U-20) internal VGA connector The CheckPoint UTM-1 Has a standard vga output (it is a pc with big ass network interfaces :)) Video signal was easy, measured 75ohms to ground with the multimeter and V H sync signals figured it out with the oscilloscope 31Khz and 60Hz, the only difficult was SDA and SCL signals, since i have to no way to know it at the motherboard side, i take a gamble and connected it trough a 330ohms resistor to the vga 15 pin connector (in case i got it wrong), here it is. it is easy to see if SDA/SCL is reversed because monitor will not be identified by the video card, if that happens, reverse it and that's it, remember to use 330ohms in series between the IDC connector output and the vga, in both lines, it is not really necessary but a good measure to protect the monitor.
  • Ethernet RJ45 connection wiring and cable  Nowdays ethernet is a most common networking standard for LAN (local area network) communication. The ethernet cable used to wire a RJ45 connector of network interface card to a hub, switch or network outlet. The cable is called wipe, patch cord, straight-thru cable.
  • FireWire (IEEE1394) bus interface Defined by IEEE 1394-1995 standard as a serial data transfer protocol and interconnection system. Also known as iLink (Sony) or Lynx. Often implemented in consumer electronics devices, digital video cameras, VCRs, some other multimedia hardware and computers.
  • Ford OBD-II diagnostic interface diagnostic interface for most modern Ford vehicles
  • Fortuna GPS Receiver U2 Fortuna GPS Receiver PS/2 style female connector
  • General Motors (GM) OBD II diagnostic interface obd 2 pinout for GM cars
  • HDMI The High-Definition Multi-media is an industry-supported digital audio/video interface. HDMI provides an interface between any compatible digital audio/video source and a compatible digital audio and/or video monitor.
  • Honda OBD II diagnostic interface obd 2 used in Honda cars produced after 1996's
  • IDE Internal (old) IDE=Integrated Drive Electronics.Developed by Compaq and Western Digital. Newer version of IDE goes under the name ATA=AT bus Attachment.
  • M.2 (NGFF) connector M.2 (Next Generation Form Factor, NGFF), is a specification for computer expansion cards. Having a small and flexible physical specification, the M.2 is suitable for solid-state storage applications, especially when used in small devices such as ultrabooks or tablets.
  • Mini DisplayPort The Mini DisplayPort (MiniDP or mDP) is a miniaturized version of the DisplayPort audio-visual digital interface. Mini DisplayPort is capable of driving display devices with resolutions up to 2560x1600. Mostly used in new Apple computers: MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, Mac mini, Mac Pro, and Xserve, but also fits to some PC notebooks.
  • Mini-SAS HD 4x SFF-8644 external connector the latest HD MiniSAS connector design for implementing HD SAS External interconnect solutions. Typical application is a SAS link between a SAS HBA to a SAS drive subsystem.
  • NuBus NuBus is a 32-bit parallel computer bus, originally developed at MIT as a part of the NuMachine workstation project, and eventually used by Apple Computer and NeXT Computer.
  • PC parallel LPT port One of the most used printer interfaces (in the past), since every Intel/DOS/Windows based Personal Computer was equipped with D-Sub-25 female connector which was called LPT1
  • PCI Express 1x, 4x, 8x, 16x bus PCI Express (PCIe, PCI-e) is a high-speed serial computer expansion bus standard.
  • RS-232 DB9 This RS232C DE-9 (usually miscalled DB-9) port is available in some PCs and many other devices. An RS-232 serial port was once a standard feature of a personal computer, used for connections to modems, printers, mice, data storage, uninterruptible power supplies, and other peripheral devices.
  • RS-422 (EIA-422) serial interface RS422 is a balanced serial interface for the transmission of digital data. The advantage of a balanced signal is the greater immunity to noise. The EIA describes RS422 as a DTE to DCE interface for point-to-point connections.
  • RS232 serial to USB converter cable for interconnection of USB and RS232 serial interfaces
  • SATA The Serial ATA (SATA) bus is the serial version of the ATA bus. Primarily used for hard disk connections.
  • SCSI SCSI stands for Small Computer Systems Interface. It?s a standard for connecting peripherals to your computer via a standard hardware interface, which uses standard SCSI commands
  • Smart Card (SIM Card) interface A smart card, chip card, or integrated circuit card, is a pocket-sized card with embedded integrated circuits. Described by ISO7816 standard. Used in cellular phones, pay TVs, ATM cards, etc.
  • USB USB (Universal Serial Bus) designed to connect peripherals such as mice, keyboards, scanners, digital cameras, printers, hard disks, and networking components to PC. It has become the standard connection method for wide variety of devices.
  • USB to PS/2 mouse or keyboard adapter Connecting USB-mouse to PS/2 connector of computer. It works only with device which supports both interfaces (USB & PS/2).

 
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