Palm Pilot, Palm III, V, VII, VIIx, Handera interface port

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PDA connectors and cables The Universal Connector was a standard port fitted to the bottom of many Palm PDA’s from 2001 to 2004.

10 pin PALM special connector layout 10 pin PALM special connector

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9 pin D-SUB female connector diagram 9 pin D-SUB female connector

Pin Signal Description
1 DTR non-standart implementation of DTR. As long as the transceiver is enabled this pin outputs an asserted signal. 3.0 volts when transceiver shutdown (normal mode), 6.0 volts when transceiver enabled (Hotsync)
2 Vbat, +3.3v normally connected to HotSync (pin 7) with button
3 RxD GPS T
4 RTS
5 TxD GPS R
6 CTS
7 HotSync IRQ link to 3.3v (pin 2) for HotSync. Interrupt line for waking up device (initiate HotSync process in PalmOS).
8 ID Palm modem connect this pin to 3.3v (pin 2) by 20Kohm link
9 N/C* DC In in Palm III (+5VDC)
10 GND GPS -

Notes

  • Palm V does not contain an internal charging circuit.
  • Maximum transmission rate is 115200 bps (57600 bps for modem).

Palm Serial cable scheme

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References

Category:PDA Connectors

 

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