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connect SH6850 with PXI-6229

connect SH6850 with PXI-6229

Can I connect two SH6850 cables to the PXI-6229?
The distance between the two connectors on the PXI-6229 is very small.
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Re: connect SH6850 with PXI-6229

Hello Kolja.Sta..

Unfortunately, you will not be able to connect a M Series Board like PXI 6229 using SH68-50 cable .The SH68-50 is a cable for connecting 68-pin E Series products to 50-pin accessories. To connect a M Series Board you should use cable like SHC68-68-EPM Shielded Cable. If you need to connect a PXI 6229 board to 50-pin accessories you could use the SHC68-68-EPM vable and an adapter like 68m50f.

For additional information please free to contact your National Instruments regional office.

Best regards,

AmirG

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Thanks.

Is an adapter 68m50f available anywhere, or must I build it myself?   I couldn't find any on the NI site.

Kolja

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However I found it in the meantime. It's an 68M-50F.
But I still looking for the pinout.  Unfortunately it's not in the ressourcen of the NI site http://sine.ni.com/nips/cds/view/p/lang/de/nid/11818.
I hate the internet presence of NI. It's so incomplete.
 
Kolja
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Hello Kolje,

her the PIN out

http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/websearch/F27DD615660EB26786256F200046D2EB?OpenDocument

regards,
AmirG
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Thanks.

Is this list valid for all dip switches in position SERVO or STEP?  And what's about TRIG and BP?  There is no description, what these dip switches will do with the connection of the pins on both sides.

 

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