Pin Belegung für Setra s315NF

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  • Hallöchen,

    ich bin auf der Suche nach der Pin Belegung für die Taster/Schalter(Dashboard) aus dem 315NF.

    Falls die jemand hat würde es mich riesig freuen wenn ich sie bekommen könnte.


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  • Ach du redest von einem realen Dashboard eines Setra S315 NF - das entspricht wohl Mercedes Benz O405 N. Jedenfalls hat VDV seine eigene Pin-Belegung.

    "But you won't fool the children of the revolution" :evil:

  • :facepalm:

    Sag das doch gleich, das du für einen realen Schalter eines 315NF die Anleitung für die Verkabelung suchst!!

    Woher sollen wir das denn erraten?



  • Woher sollen wir das denn erraten?

    Seit wann muss man bei einem OMSI-Dashboart Pinbelegungen herausfinden? Da wären eher Mouseevents oder so gefragt^^

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  • Ich hatte seine Frage in einem völlig falschen Zusammenhang verstanden lol

    Und sowas schimpft sich Experte, wie kannst du nur. Du musst das direkt am Gedanken erkennen, noch bevor der Thread geschrieben worden ist. :hitit:

    "But you won't fool the children of the revolution" :evil:

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    If you still need the pin configuration of the Setra 3xx's switches, I can explain it.

    I start from the door buttons, that are the simplest, because are only momentary buttons. In these buttons:

    Pin 5 = COM
    Pin 1 = Normally open

    Then we have all the other switches, that in general in Setra 3xx's have green icons. In fact every switch has two switches inside, so it can switch two lines at the same time.

    In these switches:

    Pin 6 = COM (Line 1)
    Pin 5 = COM (Line 2)
    Pin 2 = Normally open (Line 1)
    Pin 1 = Normally open (Line 2)
    Pin 8 = Normally closed (Line 1)
    Pin 7 = Normally closed (Line 2)

    Than there are the lamps, which I have both some incandescend and some led (which I assume are the newest).

    In case of led you have to pay attention to polarity.

    Pin numbers are written on the switches, and I don't know if these numbers are the same written on connectors, because I use them without connectors.

    I hope to have been helpful.

    Good evening. :hi: