Integrator C Series API
Using GPIO GPIO stands for General Purpose Input and Output and refers to the connectors on the back plane of the Codec C90 and C60. It can be used for easy automatic control of external peripherals, like drapes or an "On Air" sign when the codec is in a call. The easiest way to setup GPIO is using the TC-Console available from this page: http://developer.tandberg.com/web/guest/tools/integrators/tc-console * When used for outputs, the I/O port acts as a switch to GND and is rated for 200mA @ 12 VDC. * The GND connector is a common ground and is shared by all I/O ports. * A contact closure between the GND and a GPIO port pin is detected as a low input signal. * When used for voltage inputs, the GPIO port detects a low signal for voltages 0 - 1 VDC, and a high signal for voltages 2 - 12 VDC. * When used for outputs, the GPIO port acts as a switch to GND, and is rated for 500mA @ 48V DC. * The +12V pin provides +12 VDC, and is capable of sourcing up to 500mA * GPIO connector is a Euroblock/Standard Phoenix, 6 pins with 3.5mm pitch.
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