Micro-CAPP RTS Pinouts

A pinout guide for cabling and dip switch configuration guide for the Micro-CAPP RTS.

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1. Filename: May 19, 2003 09:37 Micro-CAPP QS Ver1_4b.vsd Date: Company: Designer: DCI Technologies Inc. W.E.(Ted) Skinner Project: Micro-CAPP Documentation Subject: Quick Start Guide Detail: Revision: Connector Layouts 1.4b This is a conceptual drawing provided as a courtesy only. It is not to be used as an engineering drawing or to be interpreted as a final system design. WWW.DCITECH.COM Power Connector Set-up Port Host Port Radio Port Power Indicator Power Connector Radio Port Host Port Power Indicator Micro- CAPP FDX Micro- CAPP RTS Micro- CAPP TM Quick Start Guide

2. Micro -CAPP ® RTS Quickstart Page ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ © 2002 -2008 DCI Technologies Inc. www.dcitech.com Micro- CAPP RTS Connector Pin Functions Notation: Output - Refers to an RS-232 Output Input - Refers to an RS-232 Input N/C - Indicates pin not connected Host Port, DCE 9 Pin Female Connector Pin Name Direction Function 1 DCD Output Direct to Pin 1 of Radio Port 2 RXD Output Direct to Pin 2 of Radio Port 3 TXD Input Data given to the Micro-CAPP to be passed on the Radio Port 4 DTR Input N/C 5 GND Electrical Common 6 DSR Output N/C 7 RTS Input Ignored 8 CTS Output Ignored 9 RI Output N/C Radio Port, DTE 9 Pin Male Connector Pin Name Direction Function 1 DCD Input Carrier Detect Signal from Radio Indicating Channel is Busy 2 RXD Input Data Received from the Radio 3 TXD Output Data sent from the Micro-CAPP to the Radio to be Transmitted 4 DTR Output Ignored 5 GND Electrical Common 6 DSR Input Ignored 7 RTS Output Used as a Begin Transmission Signal 8 CTS Input Used for flow control via RTS handshaking 9 RI Input Ignored Micro -CAPP ® RTS DIP Switch Settings 1 2 3 4 8 Bit Data 9 Bit Data No TX on CD Ignore CD 19200 9600 4800 1200 19.2K bps, 8 Bit Data No Transmit When Carrier is Detected 9.6K bps, 8 Bit Data No Transmit When Carrier is Detected 4.8K bps, 8 Bit Data No Transmit When Carrier is Detected 1.2K bps, 8 Bit Data No Transmit When Carrier is Detected 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 19.2K bps, 9 Bit Data Ignore Carrier Detect 9.6K bps, 8 Bit Data Ignore Carrier Detect 4.8K bps, 8 Bit Data Ignore Carrier Detect 1.2K bps, 9 Bit Data No Transmit When Carrier is Detected DIP Switch Functions Indicates Lever is UP towards LED’s when viewed from the side with the male DB 9 connector to your left Indicates Lever is DOWN away from LED’s when viewed from the side with the male DB 9 connector to your left

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