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 Nokia Data Cable
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 Category :   All cables and connectors > Connectors > Cellular Phones >
 Added to database : 2007-11-13 09:04:12



 Description : This external connector for Nokia 2112, 2115(i), 2116i, 2125i, 2126i, 2128i, 2270, 2272, 2280, 2285, 3100, 3105, 3108, 3120, 3125, 3200, 3205, 3220, 3300, 3570, 3580, 3585(i), 3586(i), 3587(i), 3588i, 3589i, 3220, 5100, 5140, 6011i, 6012, 6015(i), 6016i, 6019i, 6020, 6100, 6101, 6102, 6108, 6200, 6220, 6225, 6560, 6585(i), 6610, 6610i, 6800, 6810, 6820, 6822, 6200, 7200, 7210, 7250, 7250i, 7260, 7360, 7610, 9300, E50, E60, E61, E61i, E65, E70, N70, N71, N72, N73, N80, N90, N92, N93, N93i

 Nokia Data Cable
 at the cellular phone

 Pinout : 0


PinNameDirectionColorDescription
1VinCharger input
2GNDCharger ground
3ACIAccessory Control Interface (short with pin 2 for handsfree recognition)
4V OutConnected to pin 3 in DKU-2 usb data cable
5USB VbusAlso act as USB power detection? Should be connected to USB pin 1 in usb data cable.
6FBus Rx/USB D+USB exists only in some models*. Should be connected to USB pin 3 in usb data cable.
7FBus Tx/USB D-USB exists only in some models*. Should be connected to USB pin 2 in usb data cable.
8GNDData GND
9X Mic-Audio in - Ext. Mic input negativ
10X Mic+Audio in - Ext. Mic input positiv
11HS Ear L-Audio out - Ext. Audio out - left, negativ
12HS Ear L+Audio out - Ext. Audio out - left, positiv
13HS Ear R-Audio out - Ext. audio out - right, negativ
14HS Ear R+Audio out - Ext. audio out - right, positiv. Pins 10-14 may be used for antenna connection.
15GNDshield GND in cavities

 Note : The port contains signals for handsfree microphone, stereo speakers, FBus Rx/Tx or USB signals for the phones supporting them, power output for feeding the accessories that don\"t have their own batteries, and the Accessory Control Interface (ACI), a bidirectional serial control bus for connection of phone accessories, with a proprietary protocol.
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