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Definity processor pinouts ?

Definity processor pinouts ?

Definity processor pinouts ?

(OP)
I recently purchased a used Definity BCS ( Prologix cabinet ) at an auction and the Processor Interface Cable is missing from the unit.
I have tried for 2 weeks to locate one on the internet with no luck.
Does anyone know the pinouts of the 50 pin amphenol on the back of this unit so I could make one to get login access to the unit ?
Maybe someone has a cable they would be interested in selling ?
Any info would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
sd@onlymail.com

RE: Definity processor pinouts ?

Your best choice would be to call the National Parts number, I do not have it handy or I would give it to you,  and order the cable.  The time you spent constructing the cable would be far more expensive than purchansing it. The part number for the cable is 847960002.  Hope this helps

Chris

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