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Which is pin 1 and pin 2 (of the solder-able part of the docking station) so that I can figure out all pin allocations from control suite schematic). Please draw two arrows to indicate pin 1 and pin 2 in photo provided.
Are you talking about these solder-able parts?
If so, then there are no pin numbering here. Its just like an open breadboard for you to make connections according to your wish.
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In reply to Gautam Iyer:
In reply to Amit Aryal:
The numbering is already given:
Amit,I do not completely understand what you are asking.However, you can find the Docking Station (the controlCARD's baseboard) at the below link (assuming you have controlSUITE installed):\controlSUITE\development_kits\~ExperimentersKits\ExperimentersKit-HWdevPkg\USBDockingStation_Schematic [R3].pdfNote that the pin numbering of J1 corresponds to the numbering in the "controlCARD-DIMM100-PinPositions.ppt" document you referred to.The usage of J4-J7 is also shown. For example, J1.pin95 will go to J4.pin1. J4 pin 1 is labelled as "33" in the silkscreen of the PCB.Hopefully this helps.Thank you,Brett
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