[time-nuts] Conversion of Stanford PRS10 to RS-232 Communication

Mike Cook michael.cook at sfr.fr
Mon Apr 3 17:01:59 EDT 2017

The word jumper may be misleading. Soldering/de-solderig of components required.
In Appendix 19, "Configuration notes » there is an explanation of how to alter the function of pins 4,5,7.

> Le 3 avr. 2017 à 22:05, Philip Jackson <TimeNuts at philipjackson.com> a écrit :
> I understand that the PRS10 Rubidium units either talk to the host
> device via a RS-232 serial command language or via analog values using
> the same set of pins in both cases.
> The manual says that internal jumpers can be used to switch between
> communication modes.
> I have a PRS10 that is set for analog working and would like to switch
> it over to RS-232 mode.
> A cursory peek inside the case with no disassembly doesn't reveal any
> simple jumpers/headers that might be used to flip formats.
> Does anyone know how the format can be changed?
> The manual doesn't say anything more than there are jumpers inside that
> can be changed.
> Many thanks
> Philip
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