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Serial connections can be confusing and are even more so when you try to connect devices to the older Apple Macintosh computers. However you can trust Tech Choice to have the cables you need for almost any situation.
The Macintosh Plus (Mac+) used an 8-pin mini-DIN connector for it's serial output which used the balanced RS-422 interface instead of the more common RS-232
This cable connects the Mac+ printer output port to the ImageWriter I's DB-25 RS-232 input
Meanwhile the original Apple Image Writer I printer used a 25-pin RS-232 interface
It has molded plugs and the DB-25 end has thumbscrews to secure it to the printer
Half Pitch D-Subminiature 50 pin (HPDB50) male to D-Subminiature 25
pin (DB25) male SCSI Cable. 25 Twisted Pairs Once the standard for high bandwidth throughput connections between mass storage devices SCSI technology evolved to include a vast array of ...
A NULL MODEM SERIAL CABLE enables two DTE or DCE
devices to communicate with no conflict in data transmission. Connects two PC serial ports. The transmit and receive signals are crossed to ensure proper data transmission.. Features. The transmit ...
Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as
the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your computers motherboard and storage drives. SATA provides faster data transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, ...
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