Is there a way to find out what chipset the HP/compaq nx9010 laptop uses for the LPT port (IEEE1284) data output pins?
That port is for older style printers which use STANDARD parallel cables. The following information shows all pinouts:
On its golden days, we also used it to connect to other devices which supported parallel connectors.
@banhien wrote:Hi, That port is for older style printers which use STANDARD parallel cables. The following information shows all pinouts: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parallel_port Regards.
Thanks for the quick reply! But that was not my question.
I am trying to find out what chipset (hardware) the nx9010 uses to drive the LPT port data output pins.
Hi, @Hepme :
Here is the link to the nx9010 quickspecs.
The chipset info can be found on page 3 (Chipset: ATI Radeon IGP 345M (RS200MP)/ALI M1535+).
I am considering using this circuit to buffer the LPT data pin. The ESC needs 10mA to operate properly.
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