i'm brasilian user the Pocket PC A-10 or A-11, its the same. I need the connector cable RS-232C, to exchenge data whith others machines, and other cable whith AC adapter. The RS-232C cable has a 16-pin connector on one end for connection to the A-10/A-11, and a 9-pin connector on the other end for connection to the desktop computer and others.I know that Pocket PC very old, but i need buy this cables. You know where can i find,and if i can buy in Brazil? I'm very thanks for this information.
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You have to cut off the bad connector, strip the outer sheath about an inch down, untwist the wire pairs and put the wires in the correct slot on a new rj45 connector and use a crimping tool to crimp it. You could also buy a new cable for a couple dollars on monoprice.com.
This 1000 foot, spool-boxed roll of grey Cat5e bulk cable is a
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This cable is 1000 feet long and are marked at every foot (marked 0001 - 1000 at each foot).
Wire the cable as either a patch or a crossover cable, use it for
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Unless you have the proper cable crimper for making network cables, it would be faster and easier to just hop down to your local computer store, or even Walmart/Target and buy one.
If you do have the tool and want to make one from scratch, follow the steps listed below.
NOTE: Only two pairs of wires in the eight-pin RJ-45 connector are used to carry Ethernet signals. Both 10BASE-T and 100BASE-T use the same pins, a crossover cable made for one will also work with the other.
*Note: Even though pins 4,5,7, and 8 are not used, it is mandatory that they be present in the cable.
The combination for the pins is:
Connector 1: Pin1 to Connector 2: Pin3 Connector 1: Pin2 to Connector 2: Pin6 Connector 1: Pin3 to Connector 2: Pin1 Connector 1: Pin6 to Connector 2: Pin2
The D is the shape of the connector when looked at it on it's side. The second letter (A,B,C,D,E) defines the amount of pins in the D connector. "DB9" is actually called DE by the standard and the E=9 pins. A=15, B=25, C=37, D=50, E=9. This standard was set in place by ITT Corp (Not the school) in 1952, and DE-9 connectors were used for tons of applications. (Machinery, Cars, etc). If you are only referring to the computer uses, the connector is widely known as RS-232 or a "Serial" port. These ports in computers were/are used for devices like early printers, scanners, networking hardware, or even as a method of connecting to the Internet at one point.
If you have a BackUPS CS, you are probably either using it with the USB cable that is supplied or with the 940-0128A supplied by APC, which permits running the UPS in dumb mode. By building your own cable, you can now run the BackUPS CS models (and perhaps also the ES models) using smart signalling and have all the same information that is available as running it in USB mode.
The jack in the UPS may be easily use a 8 pin RJ45 connector. It is easy to construct the cable by cutting off one end of a standard RJ45-8 ethernet cable and wiring the other end (three wires) into a standard DB9F female serial port connector.
Though these UPSes are USB UPSes, APC supplies a serial cable (typically with a green DB9 F connector) that has 940-0128A stamped into one side of the plastic serial port connector.
Here is suggested scheme of original 940-0128A cable APC Part# - 940-0128A
computer --------- Inside the Connector--------- UPS
DB9-F | | RJ45
pin - signal | | Pin - Color
4 DSR ->|---+ |
| | diode resistor |
6 DTR ->|---+---->|----///---o kill power | 8 Orange
1 DCD <-|----+ |
| | |
2 RxD <-|----+----------------+--o low battery| 3 Brown
| | |
7 RTS ->|----------+--///--+ |
| | |
| +--///--+ |
| | |
8 RI <-|----+----------------+--o on battery | 2 Black
| | |
9 CTS <-|----+ |
| signal |
5 GND --|-----------------------o ground | 7 Red
3 TxD | |
| chassis |
Chassis/GND |-----------------------o ground | 4 Black
| Not connected | 1, 5, 6, 9, 10
Hi Dear Friend, There can be number of reasons for this problem. To solve the problem, you can try these:
1. Check that RJ 45 connector, connected to switch/hub/pc is showing LED indication or not at the both the ends i.e pc end and at the switch/hub end. 2. Make sure switch and pc configuration should be correct and is not changed by mistake. 3. If LED indicators are not glowing any of the ends i.e PC or Switch end there might be a problem of ethernet cable, possible broken/cracked cable at some place or also possible that RJ 45 connector problem. 4. Also try the same cable to connect to different pc. Check, if it work then or not.
Hope this will solve the problem. In case any other info is required pls. feel free to contact.
If I understand you right the metal connector is on the wall connector and the wire is off of it if this is the case take some pliers and take the connector off the wall then take the connector and put it back on the wire just slip it in and squeeze the bottom of the metal connector so it tight on the wire this should help..