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LSM Cable

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 03 21:10:06 EST 2003 | Dean

ohm out a sandard 25 pin d-sub. Make wire diagram. do the same to the lsm cable. If same, use standard cable. If different, buy cable and solder lug d-sub connectors and make your own cable. couple hours work.

Cable vendors

Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 05 15:02:40 EST 2006 | gipos

Be carefull with cables, specialy ribon/IDCs. We have had big problems with cables. Mike Gipos

Cable Potting

Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 05 13:42:05 EST 2002 | dougt

We have been using a silicone encapsulated, high flex, flat cable for a short time now and have not been succusfull in terminating it to connectors with shell housings designed for round cable. Our solution thus far has been to leave the housing off

Cable vendors

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 22 10:27:53 EST 2005 | Larry

Try WestOak Industries in Erick, Oklahoma for Specialty cables. email-lwatts@westoakindustries.com

LSM Cable

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 03 11:31:24 EST 2003 | russ

Does anybody out there know what type cable is used for the controller cable on an LSM large model circa 1996? Is it a standard 25 pin D-Sub? This is the cable that goes from the XY Axis line box to the controller. I have contacted Cyberoptics and t

LSM Cable

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 03 22:13:22 EST 2003 | russ

thanks for the reply Dean, unfortunately I do not have this cable to compare it with. We bought the machine used and this cable was missing. Russ

LSM Cable

Electronics Forum | Sat Dec 06 23:59:57 EST 2003 | Dean

If this is an LSM1 or LSM 2 I have both of these. I can check the cables if you like and email you a wire diagram. I would bet dollars-to-donuts that it is a standard 25 pin parallel cable. Let me know if your interested.

Cable vendors

Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 04 11:45:05 EST 2006 | Jeff

Discrete wiring and flat ribbon cabling. Fairly simple cables (connectors include: DF-11, IDC, D-SUB), proper crimping is probably the most difficult concept. But unfortunately is often overlooked.

DVi Cables

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 14 09:32:21 EDT 2007 | goldeneye

Hey all, I have heard about using a DVI cable for my flat screen display, can anyone tell me about using this cable and if it is worth getting one? Many thanks

Cable Testers

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 27 15:41:47 EDT 2007 | jdengler

Hi George, We use one from Cami Research. It's very easy to use and is run from a PC so you can store a cable test to use later. You can also just learn a known good cable and use that. See http://www.camiresearch.com Good luck, Jerry

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