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Epson Photo PC Mini Cable

I'm looking for an inexpensive cable to download pics from an old Epson Photo PC
the Mini Cable is S-pin DIN (camera side) & RS-232C (computer side). Anyone know where one may be online or elsewhere?
My Epson is so old that it is only named "Photo PC" there are no numbers behind the name.

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You can use the same serial cable for the model photopc 500 600 700 it is 8pin NOT 5pin

you can see the specs here for your camera
http://files.support.epson.com/pdf/phpc__/phpc__sl.pdf

and it it at ebay just type the right name
EPSON PHOTOPC SERIAL CABLE 8 PIN

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To answer this one, we'll need a lot more information. The following

1. Verify your cable. There's no way to post a picture so we'll try this in text. Looking at the 5-pin DIN (called P1) with the pins to the top, number them 1 through 5 from left to right (regardless of how they may be numbered on a connector as it is unmarked on the cable). Looking at the 8-pin mini DIN (called P2) with the key at the top, number the top row 1 through 3 (left to right in all cases), the middle row 4 through 6 (pin 6 will be the one separated by a gap from the other two), number the bottom row 7 and 8.

Now, make sure that continuity exists. This is how my cable was wired as follows: P1-1 to P2-7, P1-2 to P2-8, P1-3 and P1-4 to P2-6, P1-5 to P2-1. If you do not show that each wire is good, then you either have a damaged cable or audio is not being output by the Bose control unit or your system uses a different cable wiring, which means that you will need to verify that your cable connects each 5 pin DIN to some on the 8 pin mini DIN

2. Make sure that a headphone is not inserted in the headphone jack on the side. If it is, then sound in not connected to the rear ports. It may sound silly, but someone may have connected headphones and nobody realized that they're still connected.

3. Do you have an oscilloscope? If so, then you'll need to insert wires into the 8-pin mini DIN connector for the zone you're using. Using the pinouts from step one for the cable connector will create a mirror at the Bose jack as follows, left to right, top to bottom 3, 2, 1 - 6, (gap) 5, 4 - 8, 7.

Audio comes out at pins 7 and 8. So connect your scope at those points and ground the probe by clipping it to one the RCA shields. Turn the unit on and make sure that you have a source producing signal, such as a disc or a radio station and see if you see signal. The output at these pins appears rather low, so you set your scope sensitive enough.

My Bose produced audio, but also clicking at an increasing frequency and amplitude as the unit heated up, that results in a lot of noise. I verified the wiring and output with this method.

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On your manual; go to the Philips website and look for service or support to download a copy.

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There are Three primary ways to do this...

1. use a (usualy supplied) data cable... normaly a USB cable... it connects to your computer/laptop , Use a Photo utility program to "find" the camera. You should be able to view the pics stored in the camera.

2. If the camera pics are stored on a sim card then simply put that card in a multi card reader... (very inexpensive to purchase and standard on some late model PC's) and in most cases you can pull the pics directly from the card.

3. Take the camera directly to walmart or walgreen's photo station and they usualy can pull the pics directly from it.


give me some more info and I maybe able to give detailed help...
mod# of camera and what model/make of your PC.

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EPSON PHOTO PC 500 DIGITAL CAMERA


Serial meaning 2.5mm stereo headphone looking jack to DB9 or "atari joystick" looking plug? I had one on my first Toshiba PDR-M1 camera but that was like 9 years ago. You can probably find the pinouts online for that cable, I believe it is a standardized cable.

The stereo plug is wired to the PC serial port as shown in the following diagram:
tip ring sleeve +---------------------------------+
| |
/-------+-----+--------------+ |
| RxD | Gnd | TxD | 2.5 mm Stero Plug |
\-------+-----+--------------+ |
| |
DB9*: pin 2 pin 5 pin 3 +---------------------------------+

DB9*: Optionally short together pin 4 (DTR) to pin 6 (DSR) and
pin 7 (RTS) to pin 8 (CTS)
The following table also describes the camera cable's wiring: Camera PC's
Plug DB9* Signal Name Direction
---- ---- ----------- ---------
- 1 Carrier detect (CD) input to PC
tip 2 Receive data (RxD) input to PC
sleeve 3 Transmit data (TxD) output from PC
- 4 \ Data terminal ready (DTR) output from PC
ring 5 | Signal ground (Gnd) -
- 6 / Data set ready (DSR) input to PC
- 7 \ Request to send (RTS) output from PC
- 8 / Clear to send (CTS) input to PC
- 9 Ring indicator (RI) input to PC
* Note that the cable's D-subminature DB9 RS-232 serial port connector is female. This connector also goes by the historically more correct name of "DE-9J".

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I just bought an Epson 650 digital camera. I know, it's not new and fancy, but it's all I could afford right now. I bought this one (from ebay) mainly because my daughter has the same one- she bought several years ago, for around$350. I've noticed what big, clear, detailed pictures it takes (she sends to me). She resizes the pictures smaller, but the resolution on hers is 144. she uses one of the "better" settings, not the standard and not the BEST. What I've noticed with mine is, the resolution is 75 and the pictures don' tseem as clear and detailed. This might be partially because the scenery ones I've taken are of SNOW. I've tried using all the settings, even the very best, which only takes 3 pictures. The resolution is still 75. The picture size is big, 15"X 11". They are JPEG. I tried using he HotShots software that came with it, and now use Paint Shop Pro 7, with AQUIRE (Twain). I tried using the memory card in the USB cable that came with it, but it seemed to be clashing with my CD burner, which is in the other USB port. It's just as easy to use the camera and serial port and PSP. My daughter doesn't know much about it, she just takes the pictures and then takes them off. Hers have always been 144 resolution. I'm not saying the pictures on mine aren't good, and they're better than the Kodak DC 3200 I've had for over a year. Just that they don't seem as good as my daughter's, and it's the exact same camera. Could it be the memory (flashcard) that sets the resolution of the pictures? I have the original 8 MB one that came with the camera and my daughter once bought a bigger one. I know I can change the resolution in PSP to something higher if I want. I've been trying to find out what decides what the resolution of the pictures (when taken off the camera) might be? I can't find anything in the directions book about the settings for this. Just the "standard, better, best and extra fine". But, they all take pictures with 75 resolution.

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