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Interex serial adapter- dip switch settings for Apple G3

I have a GEM 17" monitor hooked up to an Apple Blue and White G3 using and Interex Serial adapter with 10 dip switches on it. In a recent move to another dwelling, the dip switch settings were moved and the monitor will not work now. I need to know the switch settings for this adapter. The 800 number on the switch no longer works. It is 800-513-9744. One one side of the switch that plugs into the Mac is 1a 5 pin female in two rows. The other end of the adapter has 15 pin male in three rows (smaller end that the monitor cable connects to).Is there a way I can find out these settings?

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  • normjr Jan 21, 2008

    I have a GEM 17" monitor hooked up to an Apple Blue and White G3 using and Interex Serial adapter with 10 dip switches on it.
    In a recent move to another dwelling, the dip switch settings were moved and the monitor will not work now. I need to know the switch settings for this adapter.
    The 800 number on the switch no longer works. It is 800-513-9744.
    One one side of the switch that plugs into the Mac is 1a 5 pin female in two rows. The other end of the adapter has 15 pin male in three rows (smaller end that the monitor cable connects to).Is there a way I can find out these settings?

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I've been looking for this as well for a looooooong time. just ran across the settings in a old mail BB. link below

http://www.mail-archive.com/[email protected]/msg20641.html

Posted on Oct 18, 2007

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I couldn't find the exact Interex unit info, but cables are all standardized... so try this: http://www.belkin.com/support/download/files/F3H1381revised.pdf

Posted on Sep 13, 2007

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