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RIB Cable Pinout

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RIB Cable Pinout

Postby ka1nvz » Thu Feb 19, 2015 11:32 am

Hello, I have a RIB made by "2wayprogramming.com" the one with the satin cable pig tale terminated in a RJ45 that goes to the computer com port. Yesterday I went to change the defective 9 volt battery clip out with a newer one. In the process
several of the wires from the satin cable broke free from the circuit board. Does anyone have this particular RIB and if so would they mind opening the cover and looking at the order the wires solder to the circuit board please. Looking down on the circuit board there are 5 solder tabs for the pig tale cable.


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