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RES2SV240 24-pin LED connectors

BryanKadzban
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I asked this same question over in the Server Products forum, since this RES2SV240 device is a server product, but they pointed me here, so I'm re-posting.

I'm looking at getting one of these RES2SV240 expanders. They have two blocks of 2x12 pins, which are supposed to drive LEDs to show which drives are connected and/or in an error state.

I have some assumptions about how that signaling works (I assume that each drive's indication takes two pins, and green is indicated with one of those pins at ground and the other at some positive voltage, while red is indicated by swapping the voltages so current flows the opposite direction). But I want to know if that's right before I design the LED setup for this system.

I'm also wondering what voltage is driven onto these pins, if my assumption is right. (What's the positive voltage used?)

I don't see this information in the hardware guide, only a sentence mentioning that these two blocks of pins can drive LEDs.

Thanks for any help!
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sstrell
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I think you may still be in the wrong forum.  This forum is for Intel (Altera) FPGA development kits.

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Azeem_Intel
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Hi BryanKadzban,



Greetings for the day!


We apologize for any inconvenience caused. Please allow us some time, and we'll get back to you with a resolution shortly.




Best Regards,


Azeem_Intel


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Azeem_Intel
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Hi BryanKadzban,



Greetings for the day!



Hope you are doing well. RES2SV240 24-pin LED connectors} and the associated spare parts and accessories have been discontinued. This email is to inform you that the support for the said products have been switched to self-service support.


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BryanKadzban
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> Help from other users in the Intel Support Community (add community jump link based on the product)

Um. That's what I'm trying to do here: that's why I posted this question originally.

Do you have the "jump link based on the product"? Does that head right back to the server products forum, or here, or should I be asking somewhere else?

Thank you,

Bryan
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