Use our sensor pinout information when building your own sensors to work with our interfaces or when you want to use our sensors with your own A to D converters.

British Telecom Analog (Right Hand)

Pinout

  • Pin 1 = ±10 Volt – Sensor Output
  • Pin 2 = Ground
  • Pin 3 = Resistance Reference (Vres)
  • Pin 4 = Auto Identify
  • Pin 5 = Power (+5 Volts DC)
  • Pin 6 = 0-5 Volt – Sensor Output

British Telecom Digital (Left Hand)

Pinout

  • Pin 1 = Digital I/O
  • Pin 2 = Digital I/O
  • Pin 3 = Auto Identify
  • Pin 4 = Power (+5.3 Volts)
  • Pin 5 = Ground
  • Pin 6 – Digital I/O

Resources


5-Pin DIN

Pinout

  • Pin 1 = 0 – 5 Volt Sensor Output
  • Pin 2 = Unused
  • Pin 3 = Auto Identify
  • Pin 4 = Power (+5 Volt DC)
  • Pin 5 = Ground

Resources


8-Pin DIN

Pinout

  • Pin 1 = 0-5 Volt Sensor Output
  • Pin 2 = Unused
  • Pin 3 = Auto Identify
  • Pin 4 = Power (+5 Volt DC)
  • Pin 5 = Ground
  • Pin 6 = Power (+12 Volt DC)
  • Pin 7 = Power (-12 Volt DC)
  • Pin 8 = DAC

Resources


1/4″ Stereo Jack

Pinout

  • Tip = Power (+5 Volt DC)
  • Middle = Digital Input
  • Bottom = Sheild

Resources


RJ-11/RJ-12 Sockets (US Phone Jack)

Front view of male connector

Pinout

  • Pin A =
  • Pin B =
  • Pin C =
  • Pin D =
  • Pin E =
  • Pin F =

Resources

Interface
(VPL)
Accessories
(GDX-PL/VPL)
Ext. Switch
(VPL-old)
Aux Port
(VPL-old)
Photogate
Pin A
(leftmost pin in socket)
Power Power Gate B – output, Aux input
Pin B Ground Ground Gate B output inverted
Pin C Gate A output inverted Switch Input Gate A output, Aux Input
Pin D Gate A output, Aux Input Ground Gate A output inverted
Pin E Gate B output inverted Switch Input Ground
Pin F
(rightmost pin in socket)
Gate B – output, Aux input Ground Power