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2016/07/21 19:25:40 (permalink)
Can anyone with an individually sleeved set of cables diagram the wires for me? Stock cables have some double wires and it looks like the individual ones don't. Making my own so any help would be appreciated.
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    Re: G2 PSU pin out 2016/07/22 06:45:27 (permalink)
    Here you go.
     
    PDF Version - https://www.dropbox.com/s/7l73zfdban4f9rz/PSUG2P2T2.pdf?dl=0
     

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    Re: G2 PSU pin out 2016/07/22 15:35:14 (permalink)
    Awesome. Thank you!
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    Re: G2 PSU pin out 2016/08/02 09:50:11 (permalink)
    Can I just ask, as a rank amateur, what this diagram means and how to 'read' it? I have been looking at custom sleeving and all I see for purchase is a single type wire and male/female terminals... how does that translate to the multi colours and voltages given on this pin out?? How do you wire it correctly when you only have one type of wire?? I have been Googling for an answer to this but can't seem to find one.
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    Re: G2 PSU pin out 2016/08/04 10:12:09 (permalink)
    olvr80
    Can I just ask, as a rank amateur, what this diagram means and how to 'read' it? I have been looking at custom sleeving and all I see for purchase is a single type wire and male/female terminals... how does that translate to the multi colours and voltages given on this pin out?? How do you wire it correctly when you only have one type of wire?? I have been Googling for an answer to this but can't seem to find one.




    The ATX standard for power supplies uses the color code that you see for different colored wires in the correct location on the plug.  This is not popular with modders because they want to create a color theme, that's why you see power supplies now with a single color of wire.  What this means is that when you are creating your own cable, you should label (at least temporarily) each of your cables so you don't mix them up.  The color code you see in the diagram is as follows.
     
    Red = +5v
    Yellow = +12v
    Black = Ground
    Green = Power on
    Orange = +3.3
    Blue = -12v
    Purple = +5v Standby
    Grey = Power OK
     
    As long as you get the correct voltages/signals to the correct pins, it doesn't matter what color wire you use.
     
    Additionally, as you look at the diagram, it is oriented so that if you look down at the connector as it sits in the socket, that is the location of each of the correct pins for that voltage based on which connector you are looking at.
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    Re: G2 PSU pin out 2020/07/22 05:42:50 (permalink)
    Hello, what is Green pin normal voltage ?  I read 3.97 volt.  is it normal ?
    And I read 3.97 v on Purple (Stand by) pin too . 
     
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    Re: G2 PSU pin out 2020/07/22 09:39:55 (permalink)
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    Hello, what is Green pin normal voltage ?  I read 3.97 volt.  is it normal ?
    And I read 3.97 v on Purple (Stand by) pin too . 

     

    Just had to make me break out my DMM and check, didn't you? 

    My PS_ON is 3.0V with PC off and PSU on/plugged in..Gets pulled down to 0V when PC is on.

    My +5VSB (Volts StandBy) is 5.09V with PC off and PSU on/plugged in..It remains at 5.09V with PC on.

    ATX Voltage Tolerances

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