On Mon, 10 Jan 100 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > I tried AltaVista's searchmachine but probably with the wrong keywords > as it kept on digging up lots and lots of pages but mainly about > mainboards for PC's. So may I ask you or anybody else again for the > info and/or URL's? With the search phrase "+ECP +EPP", Evreka reports a link to <URL:http://whatis.com/eppecp.htm> at the top of the list. That document contains a link to the IEEE 1284 FAQ by Warp Nine. And like I said, I posted the URLs to Warp Nine's ECP and EPP documents in another message. I measured the power output of the ECP/EPP capable printer port in my PC the other day. Both pins 16 and 17 gave around 1.35 mW (measured with two different resistances in the kilo-ohm range) when programmed to logic '1'. By tying these two outputs together with two low-dropout diodes, I got 2.6 mW, still too little to operate a 74LS74. But the corresponding CMOS device 4013 (with a different pinout) should cope with less than one µW at least when it is idle. Marko - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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