RS232 Machine Link Cable Details

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RS232 Machine Link Cable Details

Post by bradders » Tue 20 Feb , 2007 13:06 pm

What are the pin out of a Denford RS232 Machine Link Cable ?

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Re: RS232 Machine Link Cable Details

Post by bradders » Tue 29 Jul , 2014 10:55 am

For clarification

All Denford's machines (With the exception of Micromill's and Microturn's manufactured for the USA) have RS232 (Null Modem) cable connections between them and their PC's.

Micromill's and Microturn's have signal to signal adapter cables i.e. TD - TD, RD to RD, RTS to RTS etc, as the RS232 wiring crossovers are carried out internally on the machines themselves.

A typical external Micromill and Microturn cable would be
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Re: RS232 Machine Link Cable Details

Post by Steve » Tue 07 May , 2019 13:40 pm

The Micromill and MicroTurn supplied in the USA and Canada have a different external serial cable to all the other machines in the range.

https://www.lindy-international.com/Ser ... 2&pi=30160


All other machines had the BI01812GG external serial cable

viewtopic.php?f=54&t=2351&hilit=BI01812GG

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