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The CueServer Mini (CS-810) includes a high-density 44-Pin Female D-Sub connector as its I/O Expansion port to provide access to CueServer's contact closure inputs, low-voltage outputs, RS-232 ports, hard-wired DMX signals and more.

A small PCB is available (CS-IOB) that plugs into this jack that provides all of these signals on 48 terminal blocks which make field wiring easy and also provides pushbuttons and indicator LEDs for the contacts and outputs.

CueServer users may also make their own wiring that connects directly to this 44-Pin I/O Expansion port. A high-density 44-Pin Male D-Sub connector is required to attach to the CueServer's I/O port. The following table shows the signals on this connector:

 

Top Row Pin Signal Middle Row Pin Signal Bottom Row Pin Signal
1 Contact 1 16 Ground 31 Contact 2
2 Contact 3 17 Ground 32 Contact 4
3 Contact 5 18 Ground 33 Contact 6
4 Contact 7 19 Ground 34 Contact 8
5 Output 1 20 Ground 35 Output 2
6 Output 3 21 Ground 36 Output 4
7 Output 5 22 Reserved 37 Output 6
8 Output 7 23 Reserved 38 Output 8
9 RS-232 TxA 24 Reserved 39 DMX Output +
10 RS-232 RxA 25 Reserved 40 DMX Output -
11 +5V DC Output 26 Ground 41 DMX Output Ground
12 +5V DC Output 27 Ground 42 DMX Input +
13 +12V DC 28 Ground 43 DMX Input -
14 +12V DC 29 Ground 44 DMX Input Ground
15 +12V DC 30 Ground    
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