My employer asked me (I am a software engineer, and sadly I have little experience in fiddling with hardware) to try to couple our JR3 force - torque sensor with a PCI card reader that we managed to dig up, and that is hopefully a correct substitute for the card offered by JR3. The result should look somewhat like this:
Now the force sensor's digital output is a RJ11 6p6c cable (6 pins), which is plugged into female RS232 adapter/port, which in its turn is plugged into RS232 male port on the card reader.
I referred to the documentation I found on their website (see p. 3-3): http://www.jr3.com/uploads/4/5/7/0/45700429/_5977_sensor_w_int_elect.pdf
However, I can't quite tell from the pin-out diagram how exactly am I supposed to wire my RS232-female adapter to accommodate 6 pins of the digital output cable. Quick search on the internet did not yield any correspondance between abbreviations given in the diagram and RS232-male port pins.
Would you be so kind to tell me whether it is possible to define proper wiring based on the said diagram, or whether the only option is to directly refer to the manufacturer? I wanted to make sure before I start disturbing them.