This is a discussion on Re: M8017 (DLV11-E) jumper settings? - VMS ; > From: Stuart Brook > To: Mike Young , > Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2005 21:43:05 -0500 > Subject: Re: M8017 (DLV11-E) jumper settings? > > On Thu, 06 Jan 2005 15:17:17 -0500, Mike Young wrote: > > Anyone got ...
> From: Stuart Brook
> To: Mike Young
> Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2005 21:43:05 -0500
> Subject: Re: M8017 (DLV11-E) jumper settings?
> On Thu, 06 Jan 2005 15:17:17 -0500, Mike Young wrote:
> > Anyone got a document describing the jumper settings for this unit?
> > I seem to have misplaced mine. Thanks...
> Handle Top Left ...
> Then there are double row headers as follows ... left to right (and up and down the board a bit)
> 2 way, 8 way, 10 way, 10way, 11 way
> They are in order
> on the 2 way
> -B B
> on the 8 way
> RS R1 R0 T0 T1 T2 T3 R2 R3
> on the 10 way
> C -E 1 2 M1 P -FR FB BG -FD
> on the 10 way
> S1 C1 A4 A3 A10 S A8 A9 A12 A11
> on the 11 way
> PB A6 A7 A5 V4 V7 V3 V6 V5 V8
> CSR A3-A12 1 = jumper in
> Vector V3-V8 1 = jumper in
> Rcv speed R0 - R3 Tx speed T0 - T3
> Speeds R0-3 and T0-3 in unless otherwise shown
> 50 none out
> 75 0 out
> 110 1 out
> 134.5 0 1 out
> 150 2 out
> 300 0 2 out
> 600 1 2 out
> 1200 0 1 2 out
> 1800 3 out
> 2000 0 3 out
> 2400 1 3 out
> 3600 0 1 3 out
> 4800 2 3 out
> 7200 0 2 3 out
> 9600 1 2 3 out
> Factory settings
> BG In # Jumper is inserted to enable break generation
> P Out # Jumper is inserted for operation with parity
> E Out # Jumper is removed for even parity, inserted for odd
> 1 Out # Select number of data bits. Factory set for 8
> 2 Out # I I 5 bits (I=insert, R=remove)
# I R 6 bits
# R I 7 bits
# R R 8 bits
> PB Out (enables programmable baud rate)
> C In (Common speed 110 baud enabled)
> C1 In (Common speed 110 baud enabled)
> S Out (Disable split baud rates)
> S1 Out
> H out # Inserted to assert BHALT on framing error
> B out # Inserted to assert BDCOK on framing error,
# thus causing reboot
> -B out # -B must be removed when B is inserted
# my book says -B is factory-inserted
> FD out # Force DTR book says factory-inserted
> RS in # Normal RTS
> FB out # Force Busy
> EF out
> MT out
> M out
> M1 out
> (Don't have the descriptions of some of the jumpers like C M etc)
OK, Stuart did the really hard part. I added some comments above.
Here are some words for some other jumpers.
C, C1 These jumpers are inserted for common speed operation.
(Note that S and S1 must be removed when C and C1 are
inserted.) Both jumpers are factory-inserted.
S, S1 Inserted for split speed operation. (Note that C and C1 must
be removed when S and S1 are inserted.) Both jumpers are
M, M1 These are test jumpers used during the manufacture of teh
module. They are not defined for field use.
carl lowenstein marine physical lab u.c. san diego
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