There are 29 pinout(s) found
  • Apple Macintosh portable external video 
  • ADB Apple Desktop Bus ADB is a low-speed serial bus used on Apple Macintosh computers manufactured in 1986-1999. It's used to connect input devices (such as the mouse or keyboard) to the CPU
  • Macintosh Mouse This connector is present on the Macintosh 128K, 512K, 512K enhanced, and Macintosh Plus.
  • Apple Macintosh RS-422 It?s possible to connect RS-232 peripheral to the RS-422 port available on Macintosh computers. Use RXD- as RXD, TXD- as TXD, Ground RXD+, Leave TXD+ unconnected, GPi as CD.
  • VGA to Macintosh video Use this adapter to connect a standard Apple Macintosh monitor to your VGA.
  • Apple Macintosh II video for the Macintosh II Video Card (4- and 8-bit) and Monochrome Video Card (1-bit)
  • Apple Macintosh XL Serial B 
  • Apple Macintosh XL Serial A 
  • Apple Macintosh II Videocard used in the Macintosh II High-Resolution Video Card, Macintosh II Extended High-Resolution Video Card, and Macintosh Display Cards 4?8, 8?24, and 8?24GC, second version of the Macintosh II portrait Video Card.
  • Phase I Macintosh modem cable 
  • Macintosh Video to VGA adapter Use this adapter to connect a standard VGA (or higher) monitor to your Apple Macintosh.
  • Apple Macintosh External video This connector is present on the Macintosh LC, LC II/Performa 400, IIci, IIsi, Quadra 700, Quadra 900/950, Macintosh Duo Dock, and Duo MiniDock.
  • Macintosh modem (Without DTR) cable This cable should be used for DTE to DCE (for instance computer to modem) connections without DTR
  • Apple Macintosh portable ROM Expansion 
  • Apple Macintosh Classic Internal Power Available at location J12 on the Apple Macintosh Classic logic board?
  • Apple Macintosh External Floppy disk drive This connector is present on the Macintosh Duo MiniDock and PowerBook Duo Floppy adapter. An HDI-20 1.4 MB drive can be connected to this port.
  • Apple Macintosh Processor-Direct Slot (PDS) Available on Apple Macintosh SE/30 & IIfx
  • SCSI External D-Sub (PC/Amiga/Apple Macintosh) 
  • Apple Macintosh portable Processor-Direct Slot (PPDS) 
  • AAUI to AUI cable 
  • Apple AUI (AAUI) Apple Attachment Unit Interface (AAUI) is a re-design of the standard Attachment Unit Interface (AUI) used to connect Ethernet transceivers to computer equipment. Available on Macintosh Quadra computers, Apple Ethernet NB Card, and LaserWriter IIg printers
  • Apple Communication Slot Available on Apple Macintosh 575, 630, 5200 5300 and Apple Performa 6200CD, 6300 series
  • Apple GeoPort The back panel of all Power Macintosh models contain two I/O ports for serial telecommunication data.
  • Apple S-Video Input The Power Macintosh AV card also contains two identical connectors for S-video input and output, with adapter cables for composite video devices that have RCA connectors (like television equipment).Available on Apple Power Macintosh 6100AV/7100AV/8100AV
  • 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.
  • Mac to C64 Nullmodem cable The RS-232 on the C64 is a little bit strange. It uses inverted TTL level of signals. The RS-422 ports on the Macintosh has both an inverted and non-inverted input By using the inverted instead of non-inverted the inverted C64 level is back to normal
  • 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.
  • P-ATA / IDE interface and cable ATA=AT bus Attachment. Parallel ATA used at the PC, Apple Macintosh and some other computers. Nowdays replaced by SATA.
  • 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

 
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