Pinouts

Pinout definition

The pin assignment (pinout) describes which signal may be obtained from some position (mostly pin) in the connector. Knowing pinout is absolutely necessary when you are trying to inter-connect different hardware, such as computer and cell phone, computer and other computer, PDA, GPS, IC's etc.,

It's also useful for diagnostic of hardware problems, making self-made interface cards, obtaining signals and voltages from some device and many other hadware-related things and tweaks.



PIN IDENTIFICATION | CMOS ICs 4000 4049 | CMOS ICs 40100 40999 | CMOS ICs 4050 4099 | ICs 4300 4599 |




PIN IDENTIFICATION | TTL ICs 7400 7449 | TTL ICs 74100 74149 | TTL ICs 741000 743999 | TTL ICs 74150 74199 | TTL ICs 74200 74299 | TTL ICs 74300 74399 | TTL ICs 74400 74499 | TTL ICs 744000 744999 | TTL ICs 7450 7499 | TTL ICs 74500 74599 | TTL ICs 74600 74699 | TTL ICs 74700 74799 | TTL ICs 74800 74899 | TTL ICs 74900 74999 | 7411 series fast TTL ICs with center power 7411xxx | 7416 series wide TTL ICs 7416xxx | 742 series TTL ICs with integrated 25R resistors 742xxx 7425xxx | 7429 series wide 8 10 bit TTL ICs 7429xxx | Fast TTL ICs with center power 7418xx 7454xx |




PIN IDENTIFICATION | A D and D A converters | Analog ICs | Central Processing Units and Microcontrollers | Drivers and level shifters | Memory EEPROM and Flash EEPROM | Memory FIFOs | Memory PROM and EPROM | Memory SRAM and DRAM | Memory Serial RAM EEPROM and clocks | Operational amplifiers | Optoelectronics | Power ICs | Microprocessor support ICs |



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