Fuji Xerox DocuPrint P12 User Guide

Pin Configuration

Pin Configuration

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Appendix B
B
Pin Configuration
The signal name for each pin is listed in the following table.
Port A Parallel Pin Configuration
Pin
Signal Name
Pin
Signal Name
1
STROBE (input)
19
GND
2
DATA 1 (Input)
20
GND
3
DATA 2 (Input)
21
GND
4
DATA 3 (Input)
22
GND
5
DATA 4 (Input)
23
GND
6
DATA 5 (Input)
24
GND
7
DATA 6 (Input)
25
GND
8
DATA 7 (Input)
26
GND
9
DATA 8 (Input)
27
GND
10
ACK (Output) active low
28
GND
11
BUSY (Output)
29
GND
12
Paper Error (Output)
30
GND
13
Select (output)
31
INIT
active low
14
Auto Feed (Input)
32
Fault (Output)
active low
15
Not Connected
33
Not Connected
16
Not Connected
34
Not Connected
17
Not Connected
35
Not Connected
18
Peripheral Logic High
36
Selln (Input) active low
DATA 1 to DATA 8  These eight high-true signals are used to transfer data from the
user’s system to the printer.
ACK  This low-true signal from the printer informs your system that a data byte has
been received.
BUSY  This high-true signal from the printer indicates that it is busy and cannot receive
data.  When it is low, the printer is ready to receive data.
PAPER ERROR  This high-true printer output indicates a paper out condition.
SELECT  This high-true output indicates that the printer is selected to receive data.
SELIN  This signal is used for bi-directional data transfer.
FAULT  This printer output, when low, indicates a printer fault condition.