50 Pin Female Crimp Centronics Connector - Flat Ribbon Cable (IDC Type)
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50 Pin Female Crimp Centronics Connector - Flat Ribbon Cable (IDC Type)

Part no. 3716

Create a Custom Cable Pinout.

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These 50 Pin Female Crimp Centronics Connectors are used to terminate the connection type of flat ribbon cable. They can easily be used to make a custom length cable as well as create a custom pinout, creating a durable connection for all applications. These connectors are made with high-quality materials to ensure durability and a long life.

Features:

  • Connector: Centronics 50 Pin Female
  • Crimp Type
  • Tin Plated Metal Shell
  • Gold-Plated Contacts
  • Blue Plastic Fillings
  • Bail Locks to Hold in Place
  • For Use with .05" Centered Flat Ribbon Cable
REVIEW SUMMARY for 50 Pin Female Crimp Centronics Connector - Flat Ribbon Cable (IDC Type)
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    From: CA.

    4/17/2014    #2345

    PROS: easy to use
    CONS:
    Was able to make new cable easy and fast
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Q: What is a Centronics interface?

A: This is the standard interface that is used to connect printers to other devices such as your computer. The 36 pin connectors are known as the IEEE 1284 standard parallel interface and the 50 pin connectors are known as the SCSI-2 interface.

Q: Centronic connectors look pretty similar to the D-Sub connectors. Are they the same thing?

A: No they are not the same thing. They do look similar because of their D-Shaped metal shield, but they have different types of contacts. Centronic connectors use ribbon contacts, while D-Sub connectors use pin contacts.

Q: What are some other names that Centronic connectors go by?

A: Telco, Mini D Ribbon, Amphenol, Micro Ribbon, Miniature Ribbon, or Parallel Port are a few different names that you might see for Centronic connectors.

Pin Assignments for 50 Pin Centronics Single-Ended SCSI Devices
Centronics Pin
NameDescription
1-11
GND
Ground
12-14 RES Reserved
15-25 GND Ground
26 DB0 Data Bus 0
27 DB1 Data Bus 1
28 DB2 Data Bus 2
29 DB3 Data Bus 3
30 DB4 Data Bus 4
31 DB5 Data Bus 5
32 DB6 Data Bus 6
33 DB7 Data Bus 7
34 PARITY Data Parity (odd parity)
35 GND Ground
36 GND Ground
37 GND Ground
38 TMPWR Termination Power
39 GND Ground
40 GND Ground
41 /ATN Attention
42 - Not Connected
43 /BSY Busy
44 /ACK Acknowledge
45 /RST Reset
46 /MSG Message
47 /SEL Select
48 /C/D Control/Data
49 /REQ Request
50
/I/O Input/Output

Pin Assignments for 50 Pin Centronics Differential SCSI Devices
Centronics Pin
NameDescription
1
GND
Ground
2 +DB0 +Data Bus 0
3 +DB1 +Data Bus 1
4 +DB2 +Data Bus 2
5 +DB3 +Data Bus 3
6 +DB4 +Data Bus 4
7 +DB5 +Data Bus 5
8 +DB6 +Data Bus 6
9 +DB7 +Data Bus 7
10 +DBP +Data Bus Parity (odd parity)
11 DIFFSENS
12 RES Reserved
13 TERMPWR Termination Power
14 RES Reserved
15 +ATN +Attention
16 GND Ground
17 +BSY +Bus is Busy
18 +ACK +Acknowledge
19 +RST +Reset
20 +MSG +Message
21 +SEL +Select
22 +C/D +Control or Data
23 +REQ +Request
24 +I/O +In/Out
25 GND Ground
26 GND Ground
27 -DB0 -Data Bus 0
28 -DB1
-Data Bus 1
29 -DB2
-Data Bus 2
30 -DB3 -Data Bus 3
31 -DB4 -Data Bus 4
32 -DB5 -Data Bus 5
33 -DB6 -Data Bus 6
34 -DB7
-Data Bus 7
35 -DBP -Data Bus Parity (odd parity)
36 GND Ground
37 RES Reserved
38 TERMPWR Termination Power
39
RES Reserved
40 -ATN -Attention
41 GND Ground
42 -BSY -Bus is Busy
43 -ACK -Acknowledge
44
-RST -Reset
45 -MSG -Message
46 -SEL -Select
47
-C/D -Control or Data
48 -REQ -Request
49 -I/O -In/Out
50 GND Ground

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