ALGE TIMY DOCKING STATION or MC9 MULTICHANNEL STATION wired

The wiring is not very complicated, most functions are forwards from the DB25.    Outputs for the different functions are described in the Timy/TIDO manual:

ALGE-Multiport (3): Pin assignment:

1 ........ ........... Terminal numbering line
2 ........ c0....... Start channel (precision 1/10,000 s)
3 ........ c2....... Timing channel 2 (precision 1/10,000 s)
4 ........ c3....... Timing channel 3 (precision 1/10,000 s)
5 ........ c7....... Timing channel 7 (precision 1/100 s)
6 ........ ........... Data output for display board
7 ........ ........... RS485B
8 ........ ........... RS485A
9 ........ ........... Clock for terminals CLK
10 ...... ........... RS232 TX
11 ...... ........... RS232 RX
12 ...... ........... Common ground GND
13 ...... ........... Stabilized voltage out (+5V)
14 ...... c1....... Stop channel (precision 1/10,000 s)
15 ...... c5....... Timing channel 5 (precision 1/10,000 s)
16 ...... c8....... Timing channel 8 (precision 1/100 s)
17 ...... c6....... Timing channel 6 (precision 1/100 s)
18 ...... c4....... Timing channel 4 (precision 1/10,000 s)
19 ...... ........... RS232 RTS
20 ...... ........... Printer data out
21 ...... ........... Horn output 8
Ω
22 ...... ........... RS232 CTS
23 ...... ........... Output voltage 7,5 - 14,5 VDC
24 ...... ........... Common ground GND
25 ...... ........... Power supply in or out (8 - 15 VDC)

Its pretty straight forward to build a custom breakoutbox. You need a M-M DB25, two plastic boxes and a variety of 4mm banana sockets. 

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