Table of Contents:


What's this?

This is a collection of pinouts that I've gathered over the years and umpteen hours of buzzing out cables. Since others are bound to find some of this information useful, I've cleaned it up and html-ized it, but hopefully in a non-obtrusive way so that it is still useable from an 80-column dumb terminal.

If you've got any corrections, additions, or comments, please email me at the address found above.

Distribute freely, but only in entirety, please.

--Chan Wilson, cwilson@sgi.com, cwilson@meadow.net


First, let's define some critical items:

The numbering on an RJ45 connector:
Hold the RJ45 connector in your hand, tab side down, with the cable opening towards you. The pins are numbered 1-8, left to right:
   1      8
 | |||||||| |
 |          |
 |          |
  |        |
   |______|

In an RJ45 to DB-style connector, the pins correspond to the following colors:
1 Bl (Blue)
2 O (Orange)
3 K (Black)
4 R (Red)
5 G (Green)
6 Y (Yellow)
7 Br (Brown)
8 W (White)

Data cables are straight through. When crimping RJ ends onto the cables, the following colors are assigned to the following pins on the connector (see above):

 RJ11 (4 wire)	    RJ11 (6 wire)     RJ45 (8 wire)
---------------     --------------    --------------
  1	Y	      1     Bl	       1    Bl
  2	G	      2     Y 	       2    O
  3	R	      3	    G	       3    K
  4	Bl	      4	    R	       4    R
		      5	    K	       5    G
		      6     W	       6    Y
    			    	       7    Br
    				       8    W (gray)
									
In general, holding the connector in your hand, tab side down, open end towards you, and insert the stripped cable with the *blue* wire on the left, except for RJ11 4-wire connectors, which has *yellow* on the left.

Got that? Good. Now a quick RS-232 connection table to round things out:

   Source	Destination	          Signal      Color
   ------	-----------		  ------      -----
   TXD		RXD			   TXD        Orange
   RXD		TXD			   RXD	      Black
   RTS		CTS 			   RTS	      Red
   CTS		RTS			   CTS	      Green
   GND		GND			   GND	      Brown
   DCD	        DTR			   DCD	      Blue
   DTR		DCD			   DTR	      White
        							    


Standard SGI pinouts from the serial(7) manual page:
DB-9 Female connector. Found on Challenge, Onyx, Personal IRIS, and Power Series systems:
          -------------------
          \  5  4  3  2  1  /
           \   9  8  7  6  /
            ---------------

        Pin | Name | Description
        --------------------------------
Orange   2  | TD   | Transmit Data
Black    3  | RD   | Receive Data
Red      4  | RTS  | Request To Send
Green    5  | CTS  | Clear To Send
Brown    7  | SG   | Signal Ground
White    8  | DCD  | Data Carrier Detect
Blue     9  | DTR  | Data Terminal Ready				 

DB-9 Male Connector. Found on O2, Octane, and Origin systems, have the following IBM(R) PC/AT(tm) compatible pin assignments:
          -------------------
          \  1  2  3  4  5  /
           \   6  7  8  9  /
            ---------------

     Pin | Name | Description
     --------------------------------
Blue  1  | DCD  | Data Carrier Detect
Black 2  | RD   | Receive Data
Orange3  | TD   | Transmit Data
White 4  | DTR  | Data Terminal Ready
Brown 5  | GND  | Signal Ground
Red   7  | RTS  | Request To Send
Green 8  | CTS  | Clear To Send					        

Mini-DIN-8 serial port connectors are found on the Personal IRIS 4D/30, 4D/35, Indigo, Indy, and Indigo2. They are also found on the Origin 200 and Origin 2000 systems, used for the MMSC/System controller ("Aux") port. The pin assignments are:
                   ---------
                  / 8  7  6 \
                 (  5  4  3  )
                  \  2   1  /
                   ---------

    Pin   | Name    | Description
   -----------------------------------------
     1    | DTR     | Data Terminal Ready
     2    | CTS     | Clear To Send
     3    | TD      | Transmit Data
     4    | SG      | Signal Ground
     5    | RD      | Receive Data
     6    | RTS     | Request To Send
     7    | DCD     | Data Carrier Detect
     8    | SG      | Signal Ground				        
Since there is no such thing as a RJ-MiniDIN-8 adaptor, an SGI P/N X5-9to8 pigtail is used to give a female DB9 on systems with Mini-DIN-8 connectors.
Mini-DIN-6 P/S2 keyboard connectors are found on Indigo, Indigo2, Indy, O2, Octane, and Onyx systems. Note that Indigo systems use the same connector but a different pinout -- see below for that pinout. The pin assignments for the system keyboard connector are shown in the following table:
                         ------
                        / 5 3  \
                       | ---  1 |
                       | ---  2 |
                        \ 6 4  /
                         ------

                     Pin Assignments
                   ___________________
                   Pin_|_Description__
                    1  | Data
                    2  | Reserved
                    3  | Signal Ground
                    4  | Power +5V
                    5  | Clock
                    6  | Reserved					

Mini-DIN-6 keyboard connectors are found on Indigo, Indigo2, Indy, O2, Octane, and Onyx systems. This pinout is for Indigo systems which _is not_ P/S2 compatible. The pin assignments for the Indigo keyboard connector are shown in the following table:
                         ------
                        / 5 3  \
                       | ---  1 |
                       | ---  2 |
                        \ 6 4  /
                         ------

                     Pin Assignments
                   ___________________
                   Pin_|_Description__
                    1  | KRCD	Keyboard Receive
                    2  | MRCD	Mouse Receive
                    3  | GND	Ground
                    4  | Power  +8V
                    5  | KTXD	Keyboard Transmit
                    6  | Power	-8v					

Older SGI systems used a DB15 connector for the keyboard and mouse, with either a DIN6 or DB9 connector at the keyboard end. Here's the pinouts for the DB15-DIN6 cable:
	DB15 Male	DIN 6		Signal/Signal
	---------	-----		-------------
	2		3		Gnd/Gnd
	4		1		K_TXD/K_RXD
	5		5		K_RXD/K_TXD
	9		4		+12/+8
	10		2		M_TXD/M_RXD
	15		6		???/???			        

And here's the pinouts for the DB15-DB9 keyboard cable:
	DB15 Male	DB-9		Signal/Signal
	---------	-----		-------------
	1		-		Ground
	2		6		Ground
	3		9		Ground
	4		2		K_TXD/K_RXD
	5		8		K_RXD/K_TXD
	7		7		+12
	8		-		+12
	9		-		+12
	10		5		M_TXD/M_RXD
	15		4		-12			        

SGI P/S2 Keyboard and Mouse to RJ45 plug, using (2) mini-din6 connectors to (1) RJ45 plug.
Use to extend mouse & keyboard connections with RJ45 cable. ONLY for SGI systems that have P/S 2 compatible ports (Indy, Indigo2, O2, etc).

This is a "Y" cable; two mini-din6 connectors are wired to one RJ45 plug. A pair of adaptors is needed, one mini-din6 female set, and one mini-din6 male set. Custom made by Anixter 408/435-1212, but SGI I/S stocks them internally- contact alex@csd.sgi.com. $20.75 each, so pair is $41.50. Mark Aubin aubin@asd.sgi.com

  Mini-Din6 #1		RJ45 plug
(male or female)
  ------------		---------
      5			1
      4			2
      3			3
      1			4
   Mini-Din6 #2
  -------------
      5			5
      4			6
      3			7
      1			8						

SGI Dialbox to O2/Octane/etc Female DB9 to Female DB9. Contributed by Alvaro Moron Alonso, alvarom@madrid.sgi.com
o2 (female)    Dial Box (female)
---------     ----------
    1 (DCD) ---------->8 (DCD)
    2 (RD)  ---------->3  (RD)
    3 (TD)  ---------->2  (TD)
    5 (SG)  ---------->7 (GND)
    7 (RTS) ---------->4 (RTS)
    8 (CTS) ---------->5 (CTS)                                   

Most Challenge L and XL systems have a front panel System Controller DB9 available. However, early systems were not shipped with the front plate to present a female DB9. There may be a small ribbon cable with an IDC end (edge row connector) available behind the access panel; if not, you'll have to take the back skins and panel off (where the power cord plugs in) to get access to the IDC socket off the backplane. Anyhow, here's the pinouts for the IDC connector:
idc 8x2		db9
2  (td)		3	rd
10 (rd)		2	td
13 (gd)		7	gnd						

Annex 2 Connectors

An Annex 2 uses standard telco (PBX) 50 pin connectors. (Centronics 50 pin connector). Each connector holds eight (8) terminal lines, like so:
   PBX #      Signal
   -----      ------
   1           DTR
   2           GND
   3           N/C
   26          TXD
   27          RXD
   28          CTS

      ------------------------
     /26 27 28 29 30  .... 50 \
    / 1  2  3  4  5   .... 25  \=======
    ----------------------------=======

Groupings of colors, suitable for punching down to an RJ45 8pin
crossconnect panel:

1.             2.        3.       4.
   W / Bl    W / Br    R / O     R / Gy
  Bl / W    Br / W     O / R    Gy / R
   ----     ------     ----     ------
   G / W    Bl / R    Br / R     O / K
   W / O     W / Gy    R / Gr    K / Bl
   O / W    Gy / W    Gr / R    Bl / K
   W / G     R / Bl    R / Br    K / O
   -----    ------     -----    ------

5.             6.        7.       8.
   K / Gr    Y / Bl    Y / Br    P / O
  Gr / K    Bl / Y    Br / Y     O / P
   ----     ------     ----     ------
  Gy / K    Gr / Y    Bl / P    Br / P
   K / Br    Y / O     Y / Gy    P / Gr
  Br / K     O / Y    Gy / Y    Gr / P
   K / Gy    Y / Gr    P / Bl    P / Br
   -----    ------     -----    ------
									
Modular adapters (Ortronics' P/N OR-8120M25-8/6) are used to adapt the 50pin PBX connector to eight (8) six pin RJ45 plugs. Each 6 pin RJ45 plug has the following pinout:
   RJ45		PBX #       Signal
   -----	-----       ------
   1		28          CTS
   2		27          RXD
   3		1           DTR
   4		26          TXD
   5		2           GND
   6		3           N/C					        
Connecting a 6 conductor straight through RJ45 data cable from this plug to a standard RJ45 to DB-style connector (see above) yields the following color / signal table. THIS IS THE IMPORTANT TABLE!
   RJ45 #	DB Color	Signal
   ------       -----           ------
   1		Blue		USED FOR 8 PIN CONNECTIONS ONLY
   2		Orange		CTS
   3		Black		RXD
   4		Red		DTR
   5		Green		TXD
   6		Yellow		GND
   7		Brown		N/C
   8	        White		USED FOR 8 PIN CONNECTION ONLY	        

The console connection for an Annex 2 is on port 1. Use one of the below connectors to hook it up to the desired gadget.


Annex 2 Pinouts

SGI DB-9 Male to Annex 2, using standard RJ45->DB-9 male adaptor.
(Challenge, Onyx, PI, Power Series; with mini din-8 to db9 female pigtail adaptor: Indigo, Indy, Indigo^2)

   DB Pin       RJ color
   --------     -------
   2	TXD	Black
   3	RXD	Green
   5	CTS	Red
   7	SG	Yellow
   9	DTR	Brown						        

SGI DB-9 Female to Annex 2, using standard RJ45->DB-9 female adaptor.
(O2, Octane, Origin series)

UNKNOWN


Cisco RJ45 Console to Annex 2, using RJ connectors only:
	Annex RJ45-6pin:  Standard Data cable crimp (see above)

	Cisco RJ45-8pin:
             3  G
	     5  Y
	     6  K
     	    clip all other wires				        

Cisco DB25 Male Console to Annex 2, using standard RJ45-DB25 adaptor:
     DB Pin	RJ Color
     ------	--------
	2	Green
	3	Black
	7	Yellow						        

Cisco (Crescendo) FDDI Concentrator to Annex 2, using 6-pin RJ45 cable.
     (standard pinout)
	RJ End 1	RJ End 2
	--------	--------
	1  Blue		1 White
	2  Yellow	2 Green
        3  Green	3 Black
	4  Red		4 Red
        5  Black	5 Yellow
        6  White	6 Blue						

Terminal DB25 Male or Female to Annex 2:
     DB Pin	RJ Color
     ------	--------
	2	Black
	3	Green
	7	Yellow							

SGI Challenge L/XL system controller DB9 Male to Annex 2, using standard RJ45-DB9 Male adaptor:
     DB Pin	RJ Color
     ------	--------
	2	Black
	3	Green
	7	Yellow
	4,5,8	tie together						

Cabletron IRM Console DB9 Male to Annex 2, using standard RJ45-DB9 Male adaptor:
     DB Pin	RJ Color
     ------	--------
	2	Black
	3	Green
	5	Yellow
	7	Brown
	8	Red							

Mips box DB9 Female to Annex2, using standard RJ45-DB9 Female adaptor:
     DB Pin	RJ Color
     ------	--------
	2	Green
	3	Black
	5	Yellow							

SGI Indigo, Indy, Challenge S Mini-Din 8 to Annex 2, using a chopped up SGI cable (P/N 018-8114-001) to RJ45 6-wire jack:
	(rj45 jack metal-side up)

	rj45	color
	2	w/r	(gnd)
	3	w/k	(rd)
	5	k/w	(td)						

Annex 3 Connectors

An Annex 3 uses standard telco (PBX) 50 pin connectors. (Centronics 50 pin connector). Each connector holds six (6) terminal lines, like so:
   PBX #       Signal
   -----       ------
   1           DCD
   2           GND
   3           DSR
   4	       RTS
   26          RXD
   27          TXD
   28          DTR
   29          CTS

      ------------------------
     /26 27 28 29 30  .... 50 \
    / 1  2  3  4  5   .... 25  \=======
    ----------------------------=======					
Modular adapters (Ortronics' P/N OR-???????????) are used to adapt the 50pin PBX connector to six (6) eight pin RJ45 plugs. Each 8 pin RJ45 plug has the following pinout:
   RJ45	   DB Color  	PBX #       Signal
   -----   --------	-----       ------
   1        Blue        27	    TXD
   2	    Orange	2	    GND
   3	    Black	28	    DTR
   4	    Red		1	    DCD
   5	    Green	26	    RXD
   6	    Yellow	3	    DSR
   7	    Brown	29	    CTS
   8	    White	4	    RTS				         

The console connection on an Annex 3 is on a seperate RJ45 plug on the back of the system. Use a standard RJ45-DB25 adaptor with the following pinout to connect it to a terminal:

   RJ45 #	DB Color	Signal
   ------       -----           ------
     2		Green
     3		Black
     4		White
     5		Blue
     6		connect to pin 9
     7		Orange
     8		Yellow
     20		Red							

Annex 3 Pinouts

SGI DB-9 Male to Annex 3, using standard RJ45->DB-9 male adaptor.
(Challenge, Onyx, PI, Power Series; with mini din-8 to db9 female pigtail adaptor: Indigo, Indy, Indigo^2)

   DB Pin       RJ color
   --------     -------
   1		White
   2		Green
   3		Blue
   6		Brown
   7		Orange							

SGI or MIPS DB-9 Female to Annex 3, using standard RJ45->DB-9 female adaptor.
(O2, Octane, Origin series)

   DB Pin       RJ color
   --------     -------
   2		Blue
   3		Green
   5		Orange							

Cisco (Crescendo) FDDI Concentrator to Annex 3, using 8-pin RJ45 cable.
     (standard pinout)
	RJ End 1	RJ End 2
	--------	--------
	1 Blue		1 Black
	2 Orange	2 Red
	3 Black		3 Blue
	4 Red		4 Orange
	5 Green		5 Yellow
	6 Yellow	6 Green
	7 Brown		7 Brown
	8 White		8 White						

Cisco Catalyst 5000 to Annex 3, using standard RJ45->DB25 Male adaptor.
	DB Pin		RJ Color
	--------	--------
	2		Blue
	3		Green
	7		Orange						

Micro Annex Connectors

A MicroAnnex has RJ45 connectors with the following pinout:
   RJ Pin	Signal     DB/RJ Color
   ------	------     -----------
    1		RTS	   Blue
    2		DTR        Orange
    3		TXD	   Black
    4		DCD	   Red
    5		RXD	   Green
    6		GND	   Yellow
    7		DSR	   Brown
    8		CTS	   White    					
Note that some ports on MicroAnnexen may not support full modem control. These ports are missing RTS, DCD, and DSR.

Micro Annex Pinouts

SGI DB-9 Male to MicroAnnex, using standard RJ45-DB9 male adaptor.
(Challenge, Onyx, PI, Power Series; with mini din-8 to db9 female pigtail adaptor: Indigo, Indy, Indigo^2)

   DB Pin   DB Signal     RJ color
   ------   ---------     -------
   2	      TD          Green
   3	      RD          Black
   7	      GND         Yellow
				                                        
Short 4,5,8 together if you need to spoof flow control. Challenge System Controller Ports need this.
SGI DB-9 Female to MicroAnnex, using standard RJ45-DB9 female adaptor.
(O2, Octane, Origin series)

   DB Pin       RJ color
   --------     -------
   2		Black
   3		Green
   7		Yellow
   4,5,8	tie together						

Terminal DB25 Male to MicroAnnex:

   DB Pin       RJ color
   --------     -------
   2		Green
   3		Black
   7		Yellow							

Cisco Console DB25 Male to MicroAnnex:

   DB Pin       RJ color
   --------     -------
   2		Black
   3		Green
   7		Yellow							

Cisco Console RJ45 to MicroAnnex:

    Cisco RJ45-8pin: Standard Data cable crimp (see above)

    Annex RJ45-8pin:

     3    Yellow  or Gr/Wh
     5    Black   or Wh/Gr
     6    Red     or Bl/Wh

1-2,4,7-8 can be connected as usual with no harm.

The ends are sensitive; you *must* plug the Cisco end into the Cisco,
and the Annex end into the Annex.					

SGI "Etherlite" terminal servers are remarketed products from Central Data Systems. They are 8, 16, or 32 port ethernet based serial ports, connected "directly" to the SGI host system via a kernel driver and some system daemons -- they give normal looking devices as /dev/tty[mdf][\d][\d+]. You need the 'el_serial' inst package installed to use these servers. Good additional information on the drivers is at http://www.digi.com.

         .---.                +--------------------------+
        _|   |_               | pin | signal | direction |
       |       |              |--------------------------|
 .-----~       ~-----.        |  1  |  RTS   |    out    |
 |                   |        |  2  |  DSR   |    in     |
 |                   |        |  3  |  DCD   |    in     |
 |                   |        |  4  |  RxD   |    in     |
 |                   |        |  5  |  TxD   |    out    |
 |                   |        |  6  |  GND   |    n/a    |
 |                   |        |  7  |  DTR   |    out    |
 +__|_|_|_|_|_|_|_|__+        |  8  |  CTS   |    in     |
    8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1           +--------------------------+
						          
RJ45 shown above 		DB9 on Origin:
1  |  RTS		     	Blue  	7
2  |  DSR 			Orange	N/A
3  |  DCD			Black 	1
4  |  RxD 			Red   	3
5  |  TxD			Green 	2
6  |  GND			Yellow	5
7  |  DTR 			Brown	4
8  |  CTS 			White 	8
						          
RJ45 shown above		DB9 on Challenge
1  |  RTS 			Blue 	4
2  |  DSR  			Orange	N/A
3  |  DCD			Black	8
4  |  RxD 			Red	2
5  |  TxD			Green	3
6  |  GND 			Yellow	7
7  |  DTR			Brown	9
8  |  CTS			White	5
								
Contributed by Eric Modica, emodica@csd.sgi.com
SGI cables, using rj45 connectors.

Using straight-thru 8-pin RJ45 cables and the various pinouts listed in this section, it is possible to mix-and-match the connectors to what is needed. Connect two "modem" adaptors (one DB25 Male for the modem, one DB9 Male for the SGI) for a modem cable, or exchange one "modem" adaptor for a "null" adaptor to create a null modem cable to connect a terminal to an SGI, or two SGI systems back-to-back. Since there is no such thing as a RJ-MiniDIN-8 adaptor, an SGI P/N X5-9to8 pigtail is used to give a female DB9 on systems with Mini-DIN-8 connectors.


SGI Modem cable, using rj45 connectors. Use one of each:
     Male                      Female   Male
   DB25 Pin	RJ Color       DB9 Pin  DB9 Pin		RJ Color
   --------	--------       -------  -------         --------
        2       Orange         1  Blue    1    N/C      Yellow
        3       Black          2  Black   2    TD       Orange
        4       Red            3  Orange  3    RD       Black
        5       Green          4  White   4    RTS      Red
        6       Yellow         5  Brown   5    CTS      Green
        7       Brown          6  Yellow  7    SG       Brown
        8       White          7  Red     8    DCD      White
        20      Blue           8  Green   9    DTR      Blue            

SGI Null Modem cable, using rj45 adaptors. Use ONE of these, and ONE of the modem adaptors, above:
     Male		      Female    Male
   DB25 Pin	RJ Color      DB9 Pin   DB9 Pin		RJ Color
   --------	--------      -------   -------         --------
	2	Black	      1  White    1		Yellow
	3	Orange	      2  Orange   2		Black
	4	Green	      3  Black    3		Orange
	5	Red   	      4  Blue     4		Green
	6	Yellow	      5  Brown    5		Red
	7	Brown	      6  Yellow   7		Brown
	8	Blue 	      7  Green    8		Blue
	20	White	      8  Red      9		White		

MIPS Null modem adaptor, using RJ45 adaptors. Use in conjunction with one of the above two adaptors.
     Male
   DB9 Pin	RJ Color
   --------	--------
      2		Black
      3		Orange
      5		Brown							

Miscellaneous Pinouts

-------------------- --> Crescendo / Cisco FDDI Concentrator RJ45 to DB25 Male:
	DB25	RJ45
	----    ----
	 1       5
	 2	 3
	 3	 6
	 4	 1
	 5	 8
	 6	 7
	 7	 4
        20	 2							

Null Ethernet, using standard RJ ethernet cable.
This allows back-to-back twisted pair tranceivers to work. (ie, to connect two systems to each other.)
	Signal	Pin	Pin	Signal
	-----   ---     ---     ------
	 TX +    1      3	RX +
	 TX -    2      6	RX -
	 RX +    3      1	TX +
	 N/C     4	4	N/C
	 N/C	 5	5	N/C
	 RX -	 6	2	TX -
         br	 7	7	br

Another way, counting with tab side down, teeth side up:

    1       Gr      -> O
    2       W/Gr    -> O/W
    3       O       -> G
    6       O/W     -> Gr/W
    7       Br      -> Br

or, more like:

	1	Bl	-> K
	2	O	-> Y
	3	K	-> Bl
	6	Y	-> O
									

RS232 Loopback connector:
	Pins	Signal
	------  --------
	2 -> 3	td->rd
	3 -> 2	rd->td
	4 -> 6	rts->dsr
	6 -> 4	dsr->rts
	6 -> 20	dsr->dtr
	7 -> 7	sg->sg
	20 -> 6	dtr->dsr						

Cisco 4500 DB15 ISDN PRI to RJ45 Male DB15 to RJ45 plug Contributed by Paul Cook, cooka@reading.sgi.com
RJ		DB15
------          -----
Green		2
Yellow		7
Blue		8
Red		9
Black		10
Orange		15						
------------------- ----
citoh connectors (fem db25)
2	o
3	k
7	br
----								

PC ATX Power connector:
+3.3v       1  11   +3.3v and +3.3v Sense                   
+3.3v       2  12   -12v
GND         3  13   GND
+5v         4  14   PWR_ON
GND         5  15   GND
+5v         6  16   GND
GND         7  17   GND
PW_OK       8  18   -5v
+5v standby 9  19   +5v
+12v       10  20   +5v				

PC AT power connector:
PW_OK       1
+5v         2
+12v        3
-12v        4
GND         5
GND         6

GND         1
GND         2
-5v         3
+5v         4
+5v         5
+5v         6				
The Artecon Lynxswitch, aka "IRIS Failsafe" power control box, has two rj45 serial connectors and four rj11 power-relay control connectors. MicroAnnex to Artecon Lynxswitch requires an RJ45 to RJ45 cable. Cross 3 and 5, with 6 straight thru:
uAnnex	    Lynxswitch
----------------------
3 TXD		5 RXD
5 RXD		3 TXD
6 GND		6 GND


LynxSwitch Command Syntax

Command	  Port    Response				Acknowledgment 
----------------------------------------------------------------------
^XP^Y	  N/A	  No ports affected			^HG^Y 
^XC0^Y    0	  Power off port 0 from port A,		^RC0 
		  Power off port 4 from port B 
^XC9^Y	  0	  Power off port 0 for 9 sec. - port A	^RC0 
		  Power off port 4 for 9 sec. - port B 
^XC00^Y   0	  Power off port 0		        ^RC0 
^XC01^Y	  1	  Power off port 1			^RC0 
^XC02^Y   0	  Power off port 2			^RC0 
^XC03^Y	  0	  Power off port 3			^RC0 
^XC04^Y   0	  Power off port 4			^RC0 
^XC50^Y	  0	  Power off port 0 for 5 seconds	^RC0 
^XC51^Y   0	  Power off port 1 for 5 seconds	^RC0 
^XC52^Y   0	  Power off port 2 for 5 seconds	^RC0 
^XC93^Y   0	  Power off port 3 for 9 seconds	^RC0 
^XC94^Y   0	  Power off port 4 for 9 seconds	^RC0

Power Cycle Commands: 
^XC [delay in seconds (1 digit only)] [port number 0-4 (optional)] ^Y	
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