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post #41 of 96
Hm...yea I guess the confusion may be due to using solder less usb connectors. Their instructions for the solderless connector use a different layout...anyway I sent them an email regarding their layout vs standard USB layout. Thanks Ceesa!
post #42 of 96
Actually, I'd ask one more question...

I have a 5 pin jst connector that slides in, but it stops just before going all the way down because of some molding on the bottom. I'd say it goes down about 90-95% but doesn't fit all the way down like the original Logitech connector. Would it still work? Or is it better to reuse the Logitech one by pulling out the wires & crimps?

I had no idea this would be so hard to do lol...Ceesa's cables are a good deal. I've spent so much buying all sorts of tools etc LOL. Might be the most expensive mouse cable in the world hahaha
post #43 of 96
This isn't the connector I bought, but linking the image because it shows the "lip" on the molding on the bottom. The ones from hobby mart linked from ebay have the lip (smaller), as well as the ones I bought from digimart. They are less pronounced, but this is what I'm talking about:

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-ON18FcToaHg/UfZIb-BsYwI/AAAAAAAAHSI/gGmmDLtB9fE/w550-h390-no/B-ebay1.jpg

If it makes enough contact, is it ok? Or should I grind off the lip? The OEM Logitech ones are completely flat on the bottom with no lip.

Thanks!
post #44 of 96
Thread Starter 

You could try both ways. ;)

 

I would start with "pulling out the wires & crimps" and try the Logitech connector.

 

Fit your connector with no wires & crimps installed?

Sometimes the wire with crimps sit not 100% correct into the connector. If threre are in, the should be minimal movement possible. Back and forth until the little noise prevent the crimp from coming out.

 

Don't give up :)

post #45 of 96
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Originally Posted by whiteweazel21 View Post

Actually, I'd ask one more question...

I have a 5 pin jst connector that slides in, but it stops just before going all the way down because of some molding on the bottom. I'd say it goes down about 90-95% but doesn't fit all the way down like the original Logitech connector. Would it still work? Or is it better to reuse the Logitech one by pulling out the wires & crimps?

I had no idea this would be so hard to do lol...Ceesa's cables are a good deal. I've spent so much buying all sorts of tools etc LOL. Might be the most expensive mouse cable in the world hahaha

I think i had similar problem when i was trying to put the crimp in while its lock facing up instead of down. It went almost all the way but didn't click obviously.
post #46 of 96
I've seen 2nd mention of someone bricking their mouse by wrong pinout. How's that even possible? I've messed up pinouts once, but nothing really happened to the mouse. Or is there a special way to mess up, like wiring 5v and gnd to data pins?
post #47 of 96
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Originally Posted by M1st View Post

I've seen 2nd mention of someone bricking their mouse by wrong pinout. How's that even possible? I've messed up pinouts once, but nothing really happened to the mouse. Or is there a special way to mess up, like wiring 5v and gnd to data pins?

A week ago I was assembling a premade cable into a G100s. Just discovered the hard way that G100s is protected against swapping 5V and GND. There was a little smell, though.

BTW: I've given the wrong arrangement for Razer Pro Solutions v1.6. The correct one is:

shield black green white red

Confirmed that old Diamondbacks and Copperhead has the same. Dunno about Diamondback 2016.

Sorry.
post #48 of 96
If you want to double check, just google for "[Your mouse] pcb" on google images. Usually gives you a picture where you can see the pin layout.

I might just create an imgur-Album that matches the list in the OP.

EDIT: Here it is.

http://imgur.com/a/X5cfa

Some seem to be different than listed in the OP.

Also I do not own every mouse so I can't really confirm every single one. If you got any more pictures, I can just add them. thumb.gif
Edited by c0dy - 10/3/16 at 10:42am
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post #49 of 96
Quote:
Originally Posted by c0dy View Post

If you want to double check, just google for "[Your mouse] pcb" on google images. Usually gives you a picture where you can see the pin layout.

I might just create an imgur-Album that matches the list in the OP.

EDIT: Here it is.

http://imgur.com/a/X5cfa

Some seem to be different than listed in the OP.

Also I do not own every mouse so I can't really confirm every single one. If you got any more pictures, I can just add them. thumb.gif

The problem with checking by pictures is that due to the angle it's not always possible to tell black from shield.
post #50 of 96
Thread Starter 

@dobragab

the color code for G100S is correct in the OP. I will check the Razer Pro Solutions v1.6.

Razer uses quiet often different colorcodes...

 

@all if you discover the wrong pinout, just let me know.

That thread lives from user input.

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