on IBM Dials and Buttons boxes? (archived)|
5 V / 500 mA power supplies
6247468 - Power Supply; 120 V for attaching LPFK to any PS/2.
6247469 - Power Supply; 220/240 V for attaching LPFK to any PS/2.
6247470 - Power Supply; 220/240 V for attaching LPFK to any PS/2 in the UK.
Attach 6094-020 to PS/2
39F8228 / 6247461 [PC-PS/2 Attach (9)] ; connect LPFK to Serial port
39F8229 / 6247460 [PC-PS/2 Attach (25)] ; connect LPFK to Dual Async Adapter ???
Note: Dual Async has two DB9 ports.
8-position mini-DIN connector
Graphics Input Adapter MCA card (Type 6-1, FRU 22F9758)
|1||Signal return (ground)|
|2||DC return (ground)|
|4||Selective reset to device|
|5||RX data from device|
|6||TX data to device|
|7||Diagnostic selective reset from device|
Note: Treat this as unconfirmed. You have been
10 Pin MODU Pinout
My guess... The RS/6000 pinout used common RS-232 lines. So
we need to compare the Graphics Input Device Adapter (Type
6-1) port to the 10 pin MODU port... If we had a MODU to
Mini DIN8 cable...
#4060 39F8228 LPFK, Dials or Tablets Serial Cable (6ft) Cable-HH
#4061 39F8302 LPFK, Dials or Tablets Power Cable (6ft) Cable-JJ
PFK 6094-020 and Dials 6094-010 on ports S1 and S2
Cable-B Adapter Modu-to-DB25 S1/S2
And this gets us nowhere. We need the "HH" cable pinout.