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Mystery connector


SparkyJack

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A recently purchased Zenithink ZT-280 C91 has scrap of a 'manual' printed in 4pt or smaller type and is therefore to my rhumy eryes unreadable.

An illustration lists the connectors but I cant read the what they are for.

Though have I/D them as a USB , another mini USB, miniature HDMI ,flashcard . earphone etc all except one.

This under a magnifier looks like a miniature HD15 socket [ monitor in as on a typical PC backplane] I have not been able to pick up what it may be from the usual sources [Maplin etc.]

Any ideas?

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rdave13

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From what I've found it has these as I/O ports,

1 x DC in Power 1 x Earphone 1 x RJ-45 (Ethernet) 1 x TF Card (micro sd card) 1 x USB 2.0 port 1 x USB 2.0 OTG port (mini usb) 1 x HDMI output

From here.

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SparkyJack

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Looking through a strong magnyfier I could read the socket name DEV it appears to have five holes for pins in a block in the centre of the shell

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KRONOS the First

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This any help? Tech specs.

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KRONOS the First

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Sorry it seems you need to click on Tech Specs up in the right hand corner under FAQ.

When are we going to get an edit button.

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