Board Structure For Patch Cable

The real jumper is two/three cutting pins with a small "jumper" on it, it can play the role of hardware change settings, frequency, and so on; those pins that are connected to the chassis do not function at all, so they should be called Panel connector pins in the real sense, but because the "jumper" is not very different from the appearance, So we often call them "jumpers".Patch Cable

To learn how to jumper, we must first understand where the jumper is starting to count, which is actually very simple. On the motherboard (any card device is the same), the jumper ends always have a thicker printing box at one end, and the jumper should be counted from here. After you find this thicker print box, just follow the number of principles from left to right, from top to bottom. More than 70% of the market's brands are used in this way, slowly also became a standard, especially the major generations of factories for access to the motherboard, the use of this way is more than 90%.Patch Cable

The note here is that the 9Pin is not defined, so it is not necessary to plug in the jumper. When connecting, just follow the schematic above to connect it, very simple. wherein, the power switch (powered SW) and the reset switch (both are both positive and negative), while the two LEDs need to differentiate between positive and negative polarity, and the cathode is connected to the direction of the first stitch (that is, the direction of the printed coarse line).Patch Cable

The front USB wiring method is actually very simple, now the general chassis will be the front of the USB wiring made a whole, everyone as long as the motherboard to find the appropriate PIN, plug together on it. In general, the current motherboard forward USB pins are used in the 9Pin wiring mode, and next to the obvious USB 2.0 logo.Patch Cable