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Yes, 78L05nocash wrote: What is the 3pin transistor-like thing? Is that a 7805 voltage regulator?
0.22ohm, power to DB25 Pin15nocash wrote: Where does that extra resistor on the FX Pro board connect to? How many ohms does it have? Looks as if it might pass the power supply to some pin(s) on the DB25 connector; for use by the X-Assist add-on?
470k resistorsnocash wrote: What are those two 0-ohm resistor patches on the V2 boards for?
On the photo from Type 79: There are two patches near the FLASH chip
Great, thanks.Type 79 wrote:Yes, 78L05
Okay, that would be the /ERROR input on the PC printer port (but the actual purpose is probably supply input on X-Assist device).Type 79 wrote:0.22ohm, power to DB25 Pin15
Oh, on the photos it looked like 0 ohm (with a black ring). But with your edited schematic it's quite clear that the thing can't possibly shortcut /RD and /WR to VCC via 0 ohm.Type 79 wrote:470k resistors
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