2-Way Manual Push Button DB25 Serial Parallel Port Switch Box
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2-Way Manual Push Button DB25 Serial Parallel Port Switch Box

Part no. 47-200-057

AB Switch | Shielded Metal Case | Rubber Feet | Push Button | Share Two Devices w/ One Port

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2-Way Manual Push Button DB25 Serial Parallel Port Switch Box

The DB25 2-Way Manual Switch Box is an easy-to-share one jack with two devices. Simply run a cable from your jack into the switch box and cables from the switch box to your devices. This switch box is great for sharing a DB25 Port with a serial modem, printer, card readers, and more.

Features:

  • 2-Way DB25 AB Switch
  • Switch between two DB25 Parrallel Port devices
  • All Ports Female
  • Push Button operation
  • Fully Shielded Metal Case
  • Rubber feet protect work surfaces from damage and scratches
Features & Specs
Number of Inputs: Number of Inputs supported by the switch ? 2
Input Connector Type: Type of Connector on the input side of the switch box?
2x DB25 Female
Output Connector Type Type of Connector on the output side of the switch box ? 1x DB9 Female
Switch Mechanism Method used to switch between inputs? Push Button
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Q: What’s the difference between a switch and a splitter?

A: A switch allows you to connect multiple video sources to 1 display. A splitter allows you to take the video from one source and then display it on multiple displays depending on how many outputs the splitter has.

Q: Will I lose picture quality if I use a switch?

A: No, a switch will maintain the picture quality.


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