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Offline wurttemberg  
#1 Posted : 19 September 2015 21:29:20(UTC)
wurttemberg


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Hello,
I have just achieved a märklin interface 6051 but without any connecting cable (Between 6051 and computer - RS-232c). Does anyone know exactly which pins of the 6051 (6-pol DIN connector) should run to which pin of a 9-pol D-sub connector for a PC-compatible computer? This is RS-232C standard, and my question is basically which pin connections does the original connecting cable have (which I am missing) ? Anyone who has this old things and could meassure or help in any other way would be much appreciated,
/Wurttemberg
Offline Purellum  
#2 Posted : 19 September 2015 22:04:43(UTC)
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Cool

I don't have a cable; but I have something called Google, maybe it can help:

https://www.google.de/se...FYnHFAodH78Cwg&dpr=1

Per

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Offline Tdl  
#3 Posted : 21 September 2015 20:57:40(UTC)
Tdl

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Wurttemberg,

in the marklin 6051Interface manual is written:

DIN plug pin 1 to TD
2 Not used
3 to GND
4 to RD
5 to CTS
(pin 6 is also not used)

Observe that one must also set the coding switches

Switch 1 for TD; on negative logic off positive logic
2 for RD; same
3 for CTS; same
4 for signal level: on TTL off RS232

The switch setting for a PC with standard RS232 is
Switch 1 on
2 on
3 off
4 off

When you would like to have a picture of the cable wiring let me know. I can scan the manual pages.

Regards, Willem
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Offline wurttemberg  
#4 Posted : 24 September 2015 21:00:08(UTC)
wurttemberg


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Originally Posted by: Purellum Go to Quoted Post
Cool

I don't have a cable; but I have something called Google, maybe it can help:

https://www.google.de/se...FYnHFAodH78Cwg&dpr=1

Per

Cool


Hello Per,
Thank you for your answer (why did I not think of this? - To simple..BigGrin I actually found what I was looking for through your tip! It turns out there are several pin configurations on the 9-pin D-sub depending on which computer it is to work with.
Thank you very much,
Wurttemberg
Offline wurttemberg  
#5 Posted : 24 September 2015 21:04:02(UTC)
wurttemberg


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Originally Posted by: Tdl Go to Quoted Post
Wurttemberg,

in the marklin 6051Interface manual is written:

DIN plug pin 1 to TD
2 Not used
3 to GND
4 to RD
5 to CTS
(pin 6 is also not used)

Observe that one must also set the coding switches

Switch 1 for TD; on negative logic off positive logic
2 for RD; same
3 for CTS; same
4 for signal level: on TTL off RS232

The switch setting for a PC with standard RS232 is
Switch 1 on
2 on
3 off
4 off


When you would like to have a picture of the cable wiring let me know. I can scan the manual pages.

Regards, Willem


Hello Willem,
Thank you for your answer, - My request was however the assignment of signals to the 9-pin D_sub connecter. But I realized that it depends on what kind of computer you are using. I have the manual, but thank you for your offer to scan!
BR/Wurttemberg

Offline Markus Schild  
#6 Posted : 25 September 2015 23:27:08(UTC)
Markus Schild

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Posts: 1,802
Location: Wurttemberg
Hello,

Are you looking for this picture?

http://file1.npage.de/00...1/40/bilder/db9_din6.gif

Regards

Markus
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