Casio cable for PC

Posted on Jul 31, 2012

Clean the surface to be glued components to the printed circuit. Use a sheet of very fine sandpaper to smooth bumps fortunes. First attach the resistors and diodes. Pay attention to the polarity of the diodes! Then glue the two finished watching the first position of the pin. Finally you can glue the two capacitors paying attention to the polarity of the electrolytic capacitor. Before sticking the electrolytic capacitor to the printed circuit glue the two contacts of two small extensions cable length of about 2cm. Then glue the edges of the extension to the printed always watching the polarity. In this way the capacitor is free from the printed and you can remove it from the position of the printed glue and mount the left of the IC 4049 where there is little space by adding a little glue. Check the photo below. This is to be closed box in which to place the circuit.

Casio cable for PC
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To assemble the two parts of the printed slide between the two sets of pin to DB25 port! The adhesion of the printed surface should be "seen" on the side of the pin 1-13 and part of the materials you need to "see" the pin 14-25. Stick the pin through the printed starting with the pin number 2. You should also stick a bridge cable (wire link) next to the pins of the door. Refer to the diagram above material to accurately position the bridge is horizontal and connects the positions 8 and 6 printed. This should be glued stuck before the DB25. Stick to the side of the material. Then chrisimopoieisthe another small piece of cable to connect the first bridge to pin 20 of the door (NOT the pin 7, looking from the side of the material!). This is the vertical bridge shown in the diagram of the material starting from the middle of 8 and 7 and should lead to pin 20 of DB25. And it will stick by the side of the printed material, because that side will find the pin 20. You can stop the neighboring pin from the pin 20 upon touch to any party wire material to prevent the possibility of a short circuit when they are not used. Using the diagram of the material stick the tip of the wire corresponding to S in the position S printed the end of the cable corresponding to the R stick it to the R position of the printed and finally the end of the cable corresponding to T stick it in position T the printed. Xanaelenxte all stick and with a...

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