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Old 03 April 2006, 15:24   #9
Ebster
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I promise this to be my last spam in this post, but according to this info right here i´ll definately try to swap 5 and 7 and ask my local electronic-equipment-shop for the resistors. makes sense to me!

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Sega Genesis Controller

9 PIN DSUB ??


PinName (Select=GND)Name (Select=+5V)

1UpUp
2DownDown
3Gnd / Left
4Gnd / Right
5+5VDC+5VDC
6Button AButton B
7SelectSelect
8GroundGround
9StartButton C

The chip inside the controller is a 74HC157. This is a high-speed cmos quad 2-line to 1-line multiplexer. The console can with help of the Select-pin choose from two functions on each input.
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