No. You connect a separate SPST switch between each of of pins #1 through #8 and ground. All switches except for the one for pin#5 need to be able keep their opened or closed position. The switch for pin#5 needs to be a normally open momentary contactmrclean816 said:Basically I connect every pin except degauss to ground....
Connecting a pin to ground will cause the action that is listed for a logic low in the chart to occur. For pins #1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8 this will activate the given function. Pins # 6 and 7 have both active high and low functions. Leaving a switch open will cause the input to go to a TTL logic high level.mrclean816 said:connecting the pin to ground should cause the function to take place?
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