Subject: Re: Keyboard cable
To: Parkinson, Tony (MED Brk) <ParkinsonT@plcbrk.siemens.co.uk>
From: Jan Sigurd Refvik <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/31/1998 14:43:23
On Fri, 31 Jul 1998, Parkinson, Tony (MED Brk) wrote:
This is from 'Hardware installation guide':
2 KEY.TX Keyboard transmitted data
3 KEY.RX Keyboard received data
4 +12V Keyboard power
6 MSE.RX Mouse received data
7 MSE.TX Mouse transmitted data
13 +5V Mouse power
14 -12V Mouse power
The keyboard and mouse was'nt listed in my doc's, but I can check my cable
by by the weekend if you'd like.
The keyboard use 4 pins if that helps, I don't know if's using a common
The Mouse-plug is a 7 pin mini-din, like PS2 i think...
I'm using the 'hockeypuck' for now, but I cat try a Logitech tonigth...
> Date: Fri, 31 Jul 1998 12:30:43 +0100
> From: "Parkinson, Tony (MED Brk)" <ParkinsonT@plcbrk.siemens.co.uk>
> To: 'Hotline' <email@example.com>, 'pmax' <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Keyboard cable
> Hi all
> I have acquired a Decstation 5000/240 system unit, I have no keyboard or
> mouse. Can anyone supply the pinout for the keyboard cable? I know the
> original Dec part provides for keyboard and mouse connection on this
> adapter, is the mouse anything special or can a standard device be used?
> Tony Parkinson