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CTP1000 Interface Module 100-to-25-Pin Cable Pinouts

The CTP1004 and CTP1012 devices provide 100-pin connectors for external serial interface connections. The CTP1004 has one connector, and the CTP1012 has three 100-pin connectors. This 100-pin output is on a quad cable (a Revision B or later cable ordered separately) with the other end split into four standard DB-25 connectors, labeled P0, P1, P2, and P3, connected to the serial interface. These port numbers correspond to the port-numbering scheme implemented in the software configuration.

The pinouts for these connections have different configurations for EIA-530, RS-232, voice, and T1 interface signals.

EIA-530 Connector Interface Signal Pinouts

Table 4 lists the EIA-530 interface signal pinouts for the 25-pin connector.

Table 4: EIA-530 Connector Interface Signals

DB-25 Pin

To/From CTP

Description

Circuit

1

Shield

2

To

Transmitted data—A

BA

3

From

Received data—A

BB

4

To

Request to send—A

CA

5

From

Clear to send—A

CB

6

From

Data set ready—A

CC

7

Signal ground

Ground

8

From

Data carrier detect—A

CF

9

From

Receive signal element timing—B

DD

10

From

Data carrier detect—B

CF

11

To

Transmit signal element timing—B (DTE)

DA

12

From

Transmit signal element timing—B (DCE)

DB

13

From

Clear to send—B

CB

14

To

Clear to send—B

BA

15

From

Transmit signal element timing—A (DCE)

DB

16

From

Received data—B

BB

17

From

Receive signal element timing—A

DD

18

To

Local loopback

LL

19

To

Request to send—B

CA

20

To

Data terminal ready—A

CD

21

To

Remote loopback

RL

22

From

Data set ready—B

CC

23

To

Data terminal ready—B

CD

24

To

Transmit signal element timing—A (DTE)

DA

25

Test mode

TM

RS-232 Connector Interface Signal Pinouts

Table 5 lists the RS-232 interface signal pinouts for the 25-pin connector.

Table 5: RS-232 Connector Interface Signals

DB-25 Pin

To/From CTP

Description

Circuit

1

Shield

2

To

Transmitted data—A

BA

3

From

Received data—A

BB

4

To

Request to send—A

CA

5

From

Clear to send—A

CB

6

From

Data set ready—A

CC

7

Signal ground

Ground

8

From

Data carrier detect—A

CF

15

From

Transmit signal element timing—A (DCE)

DB

17

From

Receive signal element timing—A

DD

20

To

Data terminal ready—A

CD

22

From

Data set ready—B

CC

24

To

Transmit signal element timing—A (DTE)

DA

Voice Interface Signal Pinouts

Table 6 lists the voice interface signal pinouts for the 25-pin connector.

Table 6: Voice Interface Signals

DB-25 Pin

To/From CTP

Description

Circuit

1

Shield

2

To

Channel 0 voice RX—A

Channel 0

3

From

Channel 0 voice TX—A

Channel 0

4

To

Channel 1 voice signaling input A

Channel 1

5

From

Channel 1 voice signaling output A

Channel 1

6

From

Channel 0 voice signaling output A

Channel 0

9

From

Channel 1 voice TX—A

Channel 1

11

To

Channel 1 voice RX—B

Channel 1

13

From

Channel 1 voice signaling output—B

Channel 1

14

To

Channel 0 voice RX—B

Channel 0

16

From

Channel 0 voice TX—B

Channel 0

17

From

Channel 1 voice TX—B

Channel 1

19

To

Channel 1 voice signaling input—B

Channel 1

20

To

Channel 0 voice signaling input—A

Channel 0

22

From

Channel 0 voice signaling output—B

Channel 0

23

To

Channel 0 voice signaling input—B

Channel 0

24

To

Channel 1 voice RX—A

Channel 1

T1 Interface Signal Pinouts

Table 7 lists the T1 interface signal pinouts for the 25-pin connector.

Table 7: T1 Interface Signals

DB-25 Pin

To/From CTP

Description

1

Shield

2

To

Transmitted data—A

3

From

Received data—A

7

Signal ground

14

To

Transmitted data—B

16

From

Received data—B

Related Documentation

Modified: 2015-11-22