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September 02, 2010, at 02:34 AM by krim --
Changed lines 5-6 from:

The connector is a 5 pin connector, with terminals (from top to bottom) GND, NC, RX (input), TX (output), and 3.3V. You may want to bridge NC and TX if it prints alot of garbage.

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The connector is a 5 pin connector, with terminals (from top to bottom) GND, NC, RX (input), TX (output), and 3.3V.

August 31, 2010, at 02:22 AM by krim -- bridge NC and TX
Changed lines 5-8 from:

The connector is a 5 pin connector, with terminals (from top to bottom) GND, NC, RX (input), TX (output), and 3.3V.

The serial protocol is 115200,8N1 with 3.3V levels.

to:

The connector is a 5 pin connector, with terminals (from top to bottom) GND, NC, RX (input), TX (output), and 3.3V. You may want to bridge NC and TX if it prints alot of garbage.

The serial protocol is 115200,8N1 with 3.3V levels.

February 25, 2009, at 08:48 AM by rwhitby -- Confirmed the serial port pinout and protocol.
Changed lines 5-6 from:

The connector is a 5 pin connector, with terminals (from top to bottom) GND, NC, RX (input), TX (output), and 3.3V. Please confirm these voltages before connecting anything, cause I no longer have a working serial port to verify the pinout.

to:

The connector is a 5 pin connector, with terminals (from top to bottom) GND, NC, RX (input), TX (output), and 3.3V.

The serial protocol is 115200,8N1 with 3.3V levels.

February 25, 2009, at 08:47 AM by rwhitby --
Changed lines 5-6 from:

The connector is a 5 pin connector, with terminals (from top to bottom) GND, TX (output), RX (input), NC, and 3.3V. Please confirm these voltages before connecting anything, cause I no longer have a working serial port to verify the pinout.

to:

The connector is a 5 pin connector, with terminals (from top to bottom) GND, NC, RX (input), TX (output), and 3.3V. Please confirm these voltages before connecting anything, cause I no longer have a working serial port to verify the pinout.

February 25, 2009, at 08:38 AM by rwhitby --
Changed lines 5-6 from:

The connector is a 5 pin connector, with terminals (from bottom to top) 3.3V, NC, RX (input), TX (output), and GND. Please confirm these voltages before connecting anything, cause I no longer have a working serial port to verify the pinout.

to:

The connector is a 5 pin connector, with terminals (from top to bottom) GND, TX (output), RX (input), NC, and 3.3V. Please confirm these voltages before connecting anything, cause I no longer have a working serial port to verify the pinout.

November 26, 2008, at 01:50 AM by rwhitby --
Changed lines 5-6 from:

The connector is a 5 pin connector, with terminals (from bottom to top) 3.3V, NC, RX (input), TX (output), and GND.

to:

The connector is a 5 pin connector, with terminals (from bottom to top) 3.3V, NC, RX (input), TX (output), and GND. Please confirm these voltages before connecting anything, cause I no longer have a working serial port to verify the pinout.

November 26, 2008, at 01:23 AM by rwhitby --
Changed lines 5-6 from:

The connector is a 5 pin connector, with terminals (from top to bottom) 3.3V, NC, RX (input), TX (output), and GND.

to:

The connector is a 5 pin connector, with terminals (from bottom to top) 3.3V, NC, RX (input), TX (output), and GND.

July 07, 2008, at 08:56 AM by rwhitby --
Added lines 5-6:

The connector is a 5 pin connector, with terminals (from top to bottom) 3.3V, NC, RX (input), TX (output), and GND.

July 07, 2008, at 03:41 AM by rwhitby --
Added lines 1-4:

JJ2 (circled in red in the photo) is the serial connector.

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Based on work by krim and rwhitby.
Originally by rwhitby.
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