On Tue, 18 Dec 2001 15:43:56 -0600
"daniel sheltraw" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> If this question is not appropriate for this list would someone
> please tell where to get such help.
> I have a home built device connected to my SIIG ISA parallel port.
> The device uses pin 10 for a hardware interrupt and pins 2-5 for
> data input as well as the ground pins 18-25. Should the unused data
> pins 6-9 be tied high?
> I have burnt two SIIG ISA cards with my circuit but the device
> works fine on a pcmcia Quatech parallel port.
I don't know how your device is controlled, but if you already burnt 2
cards, why risk another.
Wouldn't it be a better idea to run it through a relais.
There's a howto about that:
Hope the idea works for you.
-- Marcel Pol email@example.com
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