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Minitor charger pinout ?

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crazyboy

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I understand what each pin does, however the minitor page does not say which pin is 1. I want to confirm I have the correct pinout. If I was looking at the plug that I would be plugging into the charger would this be correct?

 

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Ohm it out and detemine which pin is ground. Then look over the schematic diagram
and look at the pin numbers and see which pin ground is. The only one that won't help
you is if it is pin 3.
 

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Ohm it out and detemine which pin is ground. Then look over the schematic diagram
and look at the pin numbers and see which pin ground is. The only one that won't help
you is if it is pin 3.
Either way will work. Am I correct in assuming that it is 1-2-3-4-5 along the top of the male connector?
 

jblackst

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Viewed from the rear of the charger amp, pins are IDd as 5-4-3-2-1 from left to right in a lower hemisphere half-circle.
 
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