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E200 Serial Port URGENT

I want to connect a serial device to cassiopeia E200. The serial device has a DB9 connector. I have the JK744 host convertor which provides a serial port on the Pocket PC but has a 20 pin serial port. Could somebody tell me the pinouts of the serial port present on the E200 or any information about the serial port present on the device. (I cannot use the serial cable provided by Csio since it adds too much bulk to my design) ...PLEASE HELP ME

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You will not find any matching connector to connect the JK-744 host adapter for attaching to the 9 pin serial port on the pc. If you want full pinout details please contact me directly. Please do include some information on what you are trying to achieve. Maybe I can be of help in that department. I however have a feeling that trying any micro surgery on the JK-744 or trying any kind of non Casio adapter is likely to mess up the JK-744 device itself.

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