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PixController LE
Copyright February 2005, PixController Inc., All rights reserved.
Before you start - Removing Board Resistors

Introduction Specs Settings Connecting Cameras Motion Sensor Building Systems

Before you begin setting up your PixController LE board you must first remove one of the following resistors from the board (R1 or R17). Only one resistor is removed, and this depends on which camera you will attach to your controller.

There are 8 camera control modes you can setup the PixController LE board in by selecting the option on the DIP switch

1. LANC
2. ACC-Terminal
3. Sony DSC-PXX
4. Minolta X20 & Sony DSC-UXX 
5. RSS
6. RSP
7. RSP3i
8. RSP4i 

LANC & ACC-Terminal Camera Mode
If you are using LANC or ACC-Terminal camera mode you must remove R1. See Figure 1 for the location of R1. Figure 2 shows the removal of R1. This is very easily done by adding a tiny bit of solder to your hot iron tip. Just make a good contact between the two small solder joints which hold R1 to the board and slide the soldering iron in the direction show in Figure 2. Be sure you do not leave a solder bridge between the contacts left after R1 is removed. If you do you will need to remove this excess solder.

All other Camera Modes
If you are using Sony DSC-PXX, Minolta X20, RSS, RSP, RSP3i, or RSP4i camera mode you must remove R17. See Figure 1 for the location of R17. Figure 3 shows the removal of R17. This is very easily done by adding a tiny bit of solder to your hot iron tip. Just make a good contact between the two small solder joints which hold R17 to the board and slide the soldering iron in the direction show in Figure 3. Be sure you do not leave a solder bridge between the contacts left after R17 is removed. If you do you will need to remove this excess solder.

Digital Cameras needing the Opto board like the Samsung A402 or Olympus D425
If you are using the Samsung A402 or Olympus D425 with the PixController Opto board you will need to remove Resistor R1 and not R17. Any camera needing the Opto board will follow this rule.



Figure 1
Shows the locations of resistors R1 and R17





Figure 2
Shows the removing of resistor R1




Figure 3
Shows the removing of resistor R17




Figure 4
Shows resistor R17 removed









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