On circuit diagrams, plugs are displayed as viewed from the back side, the solder side. Chips are displayed as viewed from above; also, see the small semicircular cut for finding the correct orientation. When in doubt, see the corresponding description on the legend page.
You need the following parts to build this cable:
Two solderable user port plugs
A shielded 10-wire or unshielded 11-wire cable of, preferably, at most 2 meters
Solder both ends of the cable onto the user port plugs. You should have the following connections:
|User port plug||User port plug |
|C, PB0|| C, PB0 |
|D, PB1|| D, PB1 |
|E, PB2|| E, PB2 |
|F, PB3|| F, PB3 |
|H, PB4|| H, PB4 |
|J, PB5|| J, PB5 |
|K, PB6|| K, PB6 |
|L, PB7|| L, PB7 |
|8, PC2|| B, FLAG2 |
|B, FLAG2|| 8, PC2 |
|A, GND|| A, GND |
Note that pins 8 (PC2) and B (FLAG2) are swapped at either end.
You can find the description of all parts used on the diagrams at the legend page.
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