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Before the advent of printers with USB connections the dominant standard was IEEE 1284 aka the "parallel printer interface". If you have a computer and printer with this interface you can depend on Tech Choice to stock the cables you will need to connect them.
The 18 conductors in this cable consist of 18 tightly woven pairs of wires with one conductor in each providing the signal and the second providing a dedicated ground return (except for the 18th pair which is used device detection)
The connector heads are molded onto the cable and the DB25 end has thumbscrews for securing the connector to the computer while the CN36 end has metal clip receptacles for securing it to the printer
This parallel printer cable provides the most common printer connection with a DB25 male connector on one end to connect to the computer's parallel port and a Centronics CN36 male connector on the other end to connect to the printer's parallel port
Null modems are used to connect two computers or other
devices together to achieve file transfer. Null modem connectors are different from straight through connectors because the receive and transmit conductors are crossed.. Features. RS-232 DB 9 pin female ...
These Null Modems have their transmission and receiving lines crossed
like in a crossover cable to allow for direct device to device communications. Connect this between two parallel ports on a pair of computers for data link transfers. Additional ...
While legacy PCs (post IBM PC/AT) typically use 9-pin RS-232
plugs external modems are usually equipped with 25-pin RS-232 sockets. You can depend on Tech Choice to have the cables you will need for this type of connection.. Features. ...
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