Nicholas I took my 1541A completely apart and traced the lines on CN6. The results are in the first column below. 1451A 1541B/C 1541-II WP LED 1 GND 1 GND 1 GND 2 150 OHM to 5V 2 150 OHM to 5V 2 150 OHM to 5V MOTOR LED 8 5V 6 5V 6 12V 9 MTR 9 MTR 7 MTR WP SENSOR 12 WP 12 WP 3 WP 13 GND 13 GND 4 GND 4 150 OHM to 5V 5 GND 5 GND 8 150 OHM to 5V The other two columns are derived from the lines on the circuit board schematics and are guesses as to what lines are on the connectors. The connectors may not actually have lines in all positions. No connection on pins 1 and 2 would indicate a mechanical WP switch instead of a LED-photocell combination. The fact that your 1541C has 9 lines on the connector indicates that it may actually be a 1541C drive and only the circuit board has been changed. It may be helpful to know if all these lines are actually on the connectors and what the extra 3 lines on the 1541C are connected to. On examining the photos in the SAMS PHOTOFACT folder for the 1541 drive, I can see that the Model number of that drive mechanism says D500 R69-0001, just as mine does. It appears therefore that the Newtronics drive mechanism for the 1541/1541A is D500 R69-0001 and the latter drives are D500s. You also mentioned that some of the drives had "AFAIR" on them. I don't quite understand which ons that referres to. Bill - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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