NEW D-Bit DLVDB25 DLV-11J to RS-232 25 pin DB25 Adapter Cable PDP-11 QBusSold By The Glitch Works, Ships from United States of America
For sale are new made DLVDB25 cables. The circuit board was designed by D-Bit and released for free. You can read more about the board design here: http://www.dbit.com/wilson/dlvdb25/ The DLVDB25 i...Read More…
For sale are new made DLVDB25 cables. The circuit board was designed by D-Bit and released for free. You can read more about the board design here:
The DLVDB25 is intended to plug into DLV11-J 4-port serial boards, or any board that uses the same pinout, including QBus CPU boards with on-board console/SLUs and some third-party disk controllers with serial consoles, like CMD SCSI controllers.
These cables are assembled from boards ran by The Glitch Works, and use high-quality components throughout. The ribbon cable is approximately one foot (0.3 meter) of Belden 10-conductor rainbow ribbon. The DB25M is a NOS Amphenol part with gold plated pins. The boards have been run on thinner-than-standard FR4 material to allow them to be inserted between the solder buckets on these particular connectors.
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