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The input port can be used to interface eight buttons maximally. Button presses are translated to serial output characters/bytes according to the following table:
 
The input port can be used to interface eight buttons maximally. Button presses are translated to serial output characters/bytes according to the following table:
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<u>'''Trigger port settings'''</u>
 
<u>'''Trigger port settings'''</u>
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[[File:Connector.png|300x300px]]
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The 25 pins female connector has 8 inputs and 8 outputs, respectively 1-8 are inputs and 9-16 are outputs. Three analog input with an analog to digital convertor of 12 bit, pins 17,18,20 and 21. Two analog outputs with an digital to analog convertor of 12 bits on pins 22 and 23.
 
The 25 pins female connector has 8 inputs and 8 outputs, respectively 1-8 are inputs and 9-16 are outputs. Three analog input with an analog to digital convertor of 12 bit, pins 17,18,20 and 21. Two analog outputs with an digital to analog convertor of 12 bits on pins 22 and 23.
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'''How to Check the Com Port settings(important!)'''
 
'''How to Check the Com Port settings(important!)'''
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* From the Start menu, open the '''Control Panel'''.
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*From the Start menu, open the '''Control Panel'''.
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* From the control panel, open the '''System window'''.
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*From the control panel, open the '''System window'''.
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* From the system properties window, go to the '''Hardware tab''' and click the '''Device Manager''' button.
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*From the system properties window, go to the '''Hardware tab''' and click the '''Device Manager''' button.
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* From the Device Manager window, click '''Ports (Com&LPT).''' You should now be able to see which Com Port the USB adapter is assigned to.
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*From the Device Manager window, click '''Ports (Com&LPT).''' You should now be able to see which Com Port the USB adapter is assigned to.
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* If the Com Port is 10 or higher, you will have to change it to a lower port.
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*If the Com Port is 10 or higher, you will have to change it to a lower port.
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* From the Device Manager window, click on '''USB Serial Port (Com#).''' Click the '''Port Settings tab''' of the USB Serial Port Properties window, and then click the '''Advanced''' button.
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*From the Device Manager window, click on '''USB Serial Port (Com#).''' Click the '''Port Settings tab''' of the USB Serial Port Properties window, and then click the '''Advanced''' button.
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* In the Advanced Settings window, use the scroll input to select a '''Com Port''' (select 10 or lower). Change '''Receive (bytes)''' and '''Transmit (bytes)''' to 64. Change the '''Latency Timer''' to 1.
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*In the Advanced Settings window, use the scroll input to select a '''Com Port''' (select 10 or lower). Change '''Receive (bytes)''' and '''Transmit (bytes)''' to 64. Change the '''Latency Timer''' to 1.
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* Click the OK button.
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*Click the OK button.
    
Always connect the usb device to the same port and your settings will be remembered.
 
Always connect the usb device to the same port and your settings will be remembered.
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== TSG ButtonBox hardware 2013 ==
 
== TSG ButtonBox hardware 2013 ==
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Find the hardware design here&nbsp;[[Buttonbox_2013_Hardware|Buttonbox_2013_Hardware]]
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Find the hardware design here&nbsp;[[Buttonbox 2013 Hardware|Buttonbox_2013_Hardware]]
    
== TSG ButtonBox software 2013 ==
 
== TSG ButtonBox software 2013 ==
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