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Used in iPhone (1G, 3G and 3GS) for charging, connecting to a PC via

USB or Firewire, to a stereo via line-out, to a serial device (controlled


via the Apple Accessory Protocol).

This connector also exists in most Apple iPod MP3 players (iPod 3G, 4G, 5G
Video, 5.5G Video, Nano (1G, 2G, 3G, 4G), Mini, Classic, Touch, Touch 2G)

Pin Signal Description

Ground (-), internally connected


1 GND
with Pin 2 on iPhone motherboard

Audio & Video ground (-), internally


2 GND connected with Pin 1 on iPod
motherboard

Line Out - R (+) (Audio output, right


3 Right channel) . See also Apple iPhone
headset connector pinout

Line Out - L(+) (Audio output, left


4 Left
channel)

5 Right In Line In - R (+)

6 Left In Line In - L (+)

10

If connected to GND the iPhone


11 GND sends audio signals through pin 3-4,
otherwise it uses onboard speaker.

12 Tx iPhone sending line, Serial TxD

13 Rx iPhone receiving line, Serial RxD

14 RSVD Reserved
Ground (-), internally connected
15 GND
with pin 16 on iPhone motherboard
16 GND USB GND (-), internally connected
with pin 15 on iPhone motherboard
17 RSVD Reserved
18 3.3V 3.3V Power (+) ?
19,2
+12V Firewire Power 12 VDC (+)
0
Different resistances indicate
accessory type:
1kOhm - docking station, beeps
when connected
68kOhm - makes iPhone 3g send
audio through line-out without any
messages
500kOhm - related to serial
communication / used to enable
serial communications Used in
Accessory
21 Indicator/Seri Dension Ice Link Plus car interface
al enable 1MOhm - Belkin auto adaptor,
iPod shuts down automatically
when power disconnected
Connecting pin 21 to ground with a
1MOhm resistor does stop the ipod
when power (i.e. Firewire-12V) is
cut. Looks to be that when this pin
is grounded it closes a switch so
that on loss of power the Ipod shuts
off. Dock has the same Resistor.

22 TPA (-) FireWire Data TPA (-)


23 5 VDC (+) USB Power 5 VDC (+)
24 TPA (+) FireWire Data TPA (+)
25 Data (-) USB Data (-)
26 TPB (-) FireWire Data TPB (-)
27 Data (+) USB Data (+)
Pins 25 and 27 may be used in
different manner.

To charge an iPhone 3G / iPod


Touch 2nd gen or Ipod Classic
(6th Gen), usb data- (25) should
be at 2.8v, usb data+(27) should
be at 2.0v. This can be done with a
few simple resistors: 33k to +5v
(23) and 22k to gnd(16) to obtain
2v and 33k to +5v and 47k to gnd
to obtain 2.8v. This is a notification
to the iphone that it is connected to
the external charger and may drain
amps from the usb.

It's also possible to charge the


iPod's or iPhone's battery to make
use the of internal +3.3v output
(18) terminal to connect the USB
Data + (27) thru a 47k ohms
resistor and the USB Data- (25)
thru a 47k resistor to the USB
Power source +5v (23). This way
the USB function is still useable for
normal operations and makes it
easier the fit in a plug. The resistors
are not to critical 2x 150k's still
work.

28 TPB (+) FireWire Data TPB (+)


29,3
GND FireWire Ground (-)
0
Pinout cable USB para iPod, iPhone y iPad
Te parecer raro este post, pero como tcnicos electrnicos nos llega diversidad de trabajos que no son solo televisores o equipos
de sonido (lo tradicional)

Pues un da de estos la hija de un amigo lleg con el cargador de su iPhone el cual lleva un cable con conexin USB que se puede
quitar y poner (as son casi todos).

Entonces a ese cable se le haban despegado o cortado tres de los cuatro cables (valga la redundancia) que lleva internos en el
conector dock, pues solo el verde estaba en su lugar y los otros tres ni idea como ponerlos.

La verdad no encontraba la forma o la posicin correcta para soldar esos tres cables (blanco, rojo y negro) y hacerlo de forma
equivocada era un riesgo que no quera correr, pues poda suceder que yo conectara los cables en forma invertida y por lo tanto
caba la posibilidad de daar el iPhone al recibir voltaje al revs o invertido.

Entonces me puse a buscar en internet ese tipo de informacin y encontr mucho sobre ese cable pero nada sobre su conexionado
(talvez no busqu bien), pero por suerte que tengo un iPod Touch 3G de Apple que me regalaron y por supuesto tiene cargador con
su cable independiente, el cual yo me resista a medir porque es muy complicado colocar las puntas del tester en sus puntos de
conexin y obviamente anotar correctamente el posicionado.

Click para ampliar


Porque digo complicado? Pues porque en el conector USB son cuatro puntos de conexin pero en el otro extremo (conector dock)
son 30 los puntos de conexin y muy pequeos que cuesta mucho ubicar los 4 puntos entre ellos, pero lo logr y por eso hoy
comparto esos datos contigo en la imagen anterior, por si algn da lo necesitas.

Nota: Mi cable lleva los 30 puntos de conexin en el conector dock, que aunque solo hace uso de 4 los otros 26 estn presentes
pero van libres (deben de ser tiles para diferentes fines obviamente) y digo eso porque otros cables solo llevan los 4 necesarios
Apple iPhone 4 - AT&T pinouts
Brand: Apple
Device: iPhone 4 - AT&T
There are 3 Apple iPhone 4 - AT&T pinouts found.

iPod Nano (4th, 5th Gen), iPhone (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th Gen), iPod Shuffle
(3rd Gen), Cell Phone Connection pinout iPhone headphone (handsfree)

Apple iPod, iPhone (2g, 3g), iPad Dock connector pinout Used in 3rd and later
generation iPods for charging, connecting to a PC via USB or Firewire, to a stereo via line-out, to a
serial device (controlled via the Apple Accessory Protocol). This connector exists in most Apple
iPod MP3 players (iPod 3G, 4G, 5G Video, 5.5G Video, Nano (1G, 2G, 3G, 4G), Mini, Classic,
Touch, Touch 2G, and iPhone (1G, 3G, 3GS, 4 and 4S))

Universal Apple-compatible CTIA Headset/Earphone 3.5mm Jack


(LRGM) pinout for Samsung, HTC Hero, Blackberry and other cell phones with 3.5mm, 4
connection (4 "pin"), headset jack.

The connector associated with this device :

30 pin Apple iPod proprietary dock

connector
Connector Pinout Definitions

Xmultiple's Engineering Department

The term Pinout used In electronics is a cross-reference between the contacts, or pins,
of an electrical connector, and their functions.

Purpose

The functions of contacts in electrical connectors, be they power- or signaling-related,


must be specified in order for connectors to be interchangeable. When connected, each
contact of a connector must mate with the contact on the other connector that has the
same function. If contacts of disparate functions are allowed to make contact, the
connection may fail and damage may result. Therefore, pinouts are a vital reference
when building and testing connectors, cables, and adapters.

Terminology

While one usage of the word pin is to refer to electrical contacts of, specifically, the
male gender, its usage in pinout does not imply gender: the contact-to-function cross-
reference for a connector that has only female, socket contacts is still called a pinout.

Representation

The pinout can typically be shown as a table or diagram, though it is necessary to


clarify how to view the diagram, stating if it shows the backside of the connector
(where wires are attached) or the "mating face" of the connector. Published pinouts,
which are particularly important when different manufacturers want to interconnect
their products using open standards, are typically provided by the connector or
equipment manufacturer. Some pinouts are provided by 3rd parties since some
connectors are not well documented by the manufacturer. While repairing electronic
devices, an electronics technician uses electronic test equipment to "pin out" each
component on a PCB. The technician probes each pin of the component in turn,
comparing the expected signal on each pin to the actual signal on that pin.

Some Pinout Examples are shown below.

Five (5) Pin Mini-USB Female Jack


Comparison Below Between Standard, Mini-USB and Micro-USB

Pin-Outs for Mini-USB and Micro-USB Jack

Pin Name Cable Color Description


1 VCC Red +5 VDC
2 D- White Data -
3 D+ Green Data +
This pin may be
connected to GND for
X cable detection in some
cases.
4 GND Black Ground

Connector pinout for: Apple iPod - iPhone dock

The Apple iPhone/iPod 30 pin connector is used on the dock station for iPod and iPhone
and on many of the iPod and iPhone models. This connector is available in all Apple
iPod MP3 player (iPod 1G, 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G and Nano).

This connector is used on iPod (starting from 3rd generation) and iPhone. It is used to
connect the iPod or iPhone to various devices: PC (via USB or FireWire IEEE1394),
audio amplifier, serial device (controlled via the Apple Accessory Protocol).

Pin Signal Description


Ground (-), internally connected with Pin 2 on iPod
1 GND
motherboard
Audio and Video ground (-), internally connected
2 GND
with Pin 2 on iPod motherboard
3 Right Line Out - R (+) (Audio output, right channel)
4 Left Line Out - L(+) (Audio output, left channel)
5 Right In Line In - R (+)
6 Left In Line In - L (+)
Composite video output (only when the slideshow
8 Video Out
mode is active on iPod Photo)
S-Video
9 Chrominance for iPod Color, Photo only
output
S-Video
10 Luminance for iPod Color, Photo only
output
11 GND Serial GND
12 Tx iPod sending line, Serial TxD
13 Rx iPod receiving line, Serial RxD
14 NC
Ground (-), internally connected with pin 16 on
15 GND
iPod motherboard
USB GND (-), internally connected with pin 15 on
16 GND
iPod motherboard
17 NC
3.3V Power (+)
Stepped up to provide +5 VDC to USB on iPod
Camera Connector.
18 3.3V
If iPod is put to sleep while Camera Connector is
present, +5 VDC at this pin slowly drains back to
0 VDC.
19,2
+12V Firewire Power 12 VDC (+)
0
21 Accessory Different resistances indicate accessory type:
Indicator/Serial
enable 1KOhm - iPod docking station, beeps when
connected

10KOhm - Takes some iPods into photo


import mode

68kOhm - makes iPhone 3g send audio


through line-out without any messages

500KOhm - related to serial communication


/ used to enable serial communications
Used in Dension Ice Link Plus car interface

1MOhm - Belkin auto adaptor, iPod shuts


down automatically when power
disconnected Connecting pin 21 to ground
with a 1MOhm resistor does stop the iPod
when power (i.e. Firewire-12V) is cut.
Looks to be that when this pin is grounded
it closes a switch so that on loss of power
the IPod shuts off. Dock has the same
Resistor.

22 TPA (-) FireWire Data TPA (-)


23 5 VDC (+) USB Power 5 VDC (+)
24 TPA (+) FireWire Data TPA (+)
25 Data (-) USB Data (-)
26 TPB (-) FireWire Data TPB (-)
USB Data (+)
Pins 25 and 27 may be used in different manner.
To force the iPod 5G to charge in any case, when
27 Data (+) 'USB Power 5 VDC' (pin 23) is fed, 25 must be
connected to 5V through a 10KOhm resistor, and
27 must be connected to the Ground (for
example: pin 1) with a 10KOhm resistor.
28 TPB (+) FireWire Data TPB (+)
29,3
GND FireWire Ground (-)
0
D-sub 9 Connector Pinout
Pinout and diagram of DE9 connector (DB9 connector), commonly used for serial ports
(RS-232).

Pin SIG. Signal Name DTE (PC)

1 DCD Data Carrier Detect in

2 RXD Receive Data in

3 TXD Transmit Data out

4 DTR Data Terminal Ready out

5 GND Signal Ground -

6 DSR Data Set Ready in

7 RTS Request to Send out

8 CTS Clear to Send in

9 RI Ring Indicator in

The DTE (PC) has the male connector (shown below), and the DCE (peripheral) has the
female.
RS-232 Maximum Cable Length
The maximum cable length for RS-232 is 50ft, but in practise depends on baud rate, cable
specific capacitance and ambient noise. The table below contains some rules-of-thumb
from experiments done by Texas Instruments years ago.

Baud rate Maximum range / cable length

19200 50ft

9600 500ft

4800 1000ft

2400 3000ft

Questions, comments ==> info (at) (this domain)

SERIAL (RS232) PRINTER CABLE (DB9-DB25). PINOUT AND SIGNALS FOR BUILDING A SERIAL (RS232) PRINTER CABLE
Use this cable between two a computer (DTE) and a printer (DTE) devices.
DB9 pin D-SUB female to the PC

DB25 pin D-SUB female to the printer

DB9 DB25
Receive Data 3 3 Transmit Data
Transmit Data 2 2 Receive Data
Clear To Send + Data Set Ready 8+6 20 Data Terminal Ready
Carrier Detect + Data Terminal Ready 1+4
Ground 5 7 Ground

Please, select datasheet page

Pin
iPod Pin USB pin usb color
Name
1 USB DATA - / Left Channel 2 white
2 USB DATA + / Right Channel 3 green
3 GND 4 black
4 Vcc 1 red

NOT TESTED!

iPod Shuffle 4G cable cable has three surface-mount IC's

iPod Pin USB usb


Pin Name pin color
1 USB DATA - / Left Channel 2 white

USB DATA + / Right


2 3 green
Channel

3 GND Casing black

4 VCC 1 red