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2004\01\28@070903 by Bala.Chandar

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I use my Casio Pocket Viewer (Model: PV-S660) as a terminal emulator with
some of my PIC circuits for debugging purposes and also for changing the
values stored in EEPROM in finished projects. Compared to Pocket PCs and
Palmtops, Casio PV can be considered a low-cost alternative and provides the
option of communication through the serial port and has a reasonably big LCD
screen.

The cable provided with the PV has a 9-pin D type connector for the Com port
of the PC and a tiny 20-pin connector at the PV end. Pictures are attached.
Now, my question: What is the name of the connector at the PV end and who
stocks it? I tried searching DigiKey site, but could not get any specific
info. Any other links to try? My idea is to make my own simple cable with
only three wires between the PV and my PIC circuit.

Thanks & Regards,
Bala
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2004\01\28@070903 by Bala.Chandar

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I use my Casio Pocket Viewer (Model: PV-S660) as a terminal emulator with
some of my PIC circuits for debugging purposes and also for changing the
values stored in EEPROM in finished projects. Compared to Pocket PCs and
Palmtops, Casio PV can be considered a low-cost alternative and provides the
option of communication through the serial port and has a reasonably big LCD
screen.

The cable provided with the PV has a 9-pin D type connector for the Com port
of the PC and a tiny 20-pin connector at the PV end. Pictures are attached.
Now, my question: What is the name of the connector at the PV end and who
stocks it? I tried searching DigiKey site, but could not get any specific
info. Any other links to try? My idea is to make my own simple cable with
only three wires between the PV and my PIC circuit.

Thanks & Regards,
Bala
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2004\01\28@123351 by Ken Pergola

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Bala Chandar wrote:

> I use my Casio Pocket Viewer (Model: PV-S660) as a terminal emulator with
> some of my PIC circuits for debugging purposes and also for changing the
> values stored in EEPROM in finished projects.

Hi Bala,

Thanks for mentioning this device Bala.

I'm sorry I can't help you with your connector question, but I have a few
questions about the PV-S660 I was hoping you could answer:

Does Casio supply a serial communications API for this unit?
Is this a 'software hackable' item -- free development tools?
Does Casio supply the terminal emulator?

I went to Casio's web site and could only find the PV-S400Plus model -- is
the PV-S660 an old model?

Thanks Bala.

Best regards,

Ken Pergola

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2004\01\28@125516 by John Pearson

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I use the PV S400+. It has an SDK from Casio. I wrote a terminal emulator
for mine, with a lot of extras, like control of the other serial lines for
turning on and off things, and other commands for formatting the text on the
touch screen (font, headers, clear line).

They have bigger than most screens and fonts. And at about 29.00 US, I keep
a few extras around.

John

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2004\01\29@104846 by John Ferrell

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My searches do not turn up anywhere near $29.00!

John Ferrell
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2004\01\29@110645 by John Pearson

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The MSRP on the Casio web site for a PV S400Plus is $49.00. Most stores sell
them for $29.00. The PV S400Plus is only available in the US. The latest PV
is the 1600, available in Europe, and over $100.00 US.

John

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