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Hello to all from new member and... Query about a DX150R

Hello to all from new member and... Query about a DX150R

Hello to all from new member and... Query about a DX150R

Hello All,

I have become the "custodian" of a single module DX150R. I have not been able to talk to it yet, so have not seen the header. It uses RISC-CPU and UPI. Looking at my documentation and course-notes it would seem to suggest that as it is not using a system-card, it is likely to be 6.3 s/w or 7.0 s/w. I have the docs for a system-card DXR (which has a different V24 / LAN filter), I cannot find my manuals / CD docs I had for the earlier DXRs.
My problem being that I do not have the 19" rack input/output panel that carries all the various sockets that is plugged into the V24 / LAN filter.

Do any of you have the individual pin-out details of the 3-module Berg connector on the V24 / LAN filter please ? I could then hopefully make-up a lead to suit while I look around for the actual panel. I have already had my "interfaker" out trying to use the V24 box from an iSDX-S and have not had any luck.

Any information much appreciated. Thank you.


RE: Hello to all from new member and... Query about a DX150R

I have now got the relevant V24 box and have successfully accessed this 7.1.005 DXR.


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