40 Pin flat flex TFT module cable. Used on:
- CBII TFT LCD Interface
- IIe AUX Slot Board
- CFIO for the IDE cable

Notes:
Contacts facing down on CBII TFT connection.
Ensure pin 1 with LCD is matched to pin 1 of CBII.


Carte Blanche II FPGA Peripheral Board - Cables
Mini HDMI to HDMI video cable.

Notes:
Ensure chosen cable has small boot on mini HDMI end to allow cable to pass through Apple IO opening.


Mini USB to USB.

Notes:
Ensure chosen cable has small boot on mini USB end to allow cable to pass through Apple IO opening.



Generic cable specifications for CBII



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Cable 1
     
Cable 2
Cable 3
Cable 5, 6, 7
Analog VGA plus Audio over HDMI cable.

Notes:
Yellow RCA not used with CBII.
Ensure chosen cable has small boot on HDMI end to allow cable to pass through Apple IO opening.
Ensure chosen cable has small diameter jacket to allow tight radius inside Apple case.
VGA only or VGA+R+W or VGA+R+W+Y all suitable for CBII.




FLAT HDMI cable to extend VGA AV.

Notes:
Important - Choose brand of cable that has discrete ground connections.





RIGHT ANGLE HDMI adaptor to ease VGA AV.

Notes:
Important - Choose brand of cable/adaptor that has discrete ground connections.





Cable 4

External DC power supply cable.

Notes:
Datasheet can be found here.
CBII DC power jack is a positive centre/negative ring.
Do not exceed 5V DC.
Digikey part number CP-2192-ND.



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DIP40 TO DIP40 CABLE - CDR40S/AE40M/CDR40S
This cable is used to replace any of the DIP40 IC chips on an Apple motherboard.

Notes:
IMPORTANT - When using this cable assembly to replace the 3600 keyboard controller IC chip (eg IIe/III), you MUST remove pin 27 (VGG) from the DIP40 cable header that will mate with the keyboard controller's socket - otherwise permanent damage will be caused to CBII.






The reason wny pin 27 of the CDR40S/AE40M/CDR40S cable assembly must be removed is because the AY-3600 requires and is supplied by the Apple motherboard a negative potential to this pin (-12V). Subjecting CBII to any negative potential will damage the logic level translators and/or the FPGA.

Interfacing mini HDMI, mini USB and HDMI VGA.

Notes:
Earlier model Apple IIe's with the Jerry Manock style cases offer more available space for the mini HDMI video connector and allows larger booted cables to be used in this model.
The IIe's opening on the back plate restricts many VGA over HDMI style cables from passing through and it is recommended to purchase the cheaper cables of this variety as they use a heat shrink cover rather than a polyurethane boot.







Interfacing mini HDMI, mini USB and HDMI VGA.

Notes:
Later model Apple IIe's have a large plastic bar across the back of the machine, which robs the mini HDMI connector at the top of about 5mm of boot space. This restricts this version of the machine to mini HDMI cables that have a smaller and compact boot.






Interfacing mini HDMI, mini USB and HDMI VGA.

Notes:
The Apple IIGS has an IO peripheral opening that restricts larger booted cables (especially the VGA cable) from passing through. It is recommended to use the cheaper version of the VGA over HDMI cable as these usually have a heat shrink style boot, and are much smaller in size, allowing the cable to pass through easily. Most mini USB and mini HDMI cables pass through with no problems.




This is a non-standard cable, however it is a defacto standard in the Home theatre/Structured cabling industry.
DATASHEET can be found HERE.