Parallel Port Cable DB-25 Female to 26 pin IDC socket
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Parallel Port Cable DB-25 Female to 26 pin IDC socket

Part no. 23-117-143

Add a DB25 port to a PC

 
(6 reviews)
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This adapter cable connects to the motherboard or I/O adapter via flat ribbon cabling. Compatible with most brands of motherboards and I/O cards. The 12-inch length exceeds the standard length of cables, and provides flexibility for your connection.

Features:

  • Connector A: DB25 Female
  • Connector B: IDC 26 Pin
  • 12 inch
  • Includes bracket
REVIEW SUMMARY for Parallel Port Cable DB-25 Female to 26 pin IDC socket
 
4.7 (based on 6 reviews)
  • micro usb

    Reviewed by:

    From: baltimore, md

    7/27/2014    #6887

    PROS: worked immediately no drama, no trauma
    CONS: none
    I've ordered quite a few "weird" cables form this company. The sort of cables I cannot find anywhere else, and they work immediately. I always come back here for cables.
  • USB A Male to Micro USB Male - 3 FT

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    From: Orchard Park NY

    12/14/2013    #6843

    PROS: Arrived promptly and was just as described
    CONS: none
    Ordered on Saturday and arrived on Tuesday. Very good price.
  • USB 2.0 to RJ45 Ethernet Converter for MacBook Air

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    From: Lexington, kY

    12/6/2013    #7019

    PROS: Will work when you have the driver
    CONS: Came with outdated documentation and drivers
    You'll need to download the drivers: ASIX AX88772C/772B/772A/760/772 Macintosh OS X 10.9 driver http://www.asix.com.tw/download.php I have OSX 10.9 Maverick and the driver software that came with product was way out of date. I first installed the usb to rj45 enet converter to see if the MBA would recognize it, no luck. So downloaded the driver from above info and had no problem installing.
  • They work!

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    From: Scarsdale, NY

    3/29/2013    #6799

    They work with android. But the wire gage could be havier.
  • I have purchased 2 of these cables

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    From: centerview, mo.

    10/17/2012    #6975

    cable works perfectly to load pictures to computor easy to use alittle hard to plug into the camera is very tight. the on line ordering was easy and delivery was quick.
  • USB A Male to Micro USB Male - 10 FT

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    From: Boynton Beach,

    4/18/2012    #6931

    I use this to charge my Motorola Photon from the OEM charger. The 10' cable reaches to my bed side table so it's always close for emergencies.
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Q: What is a null modem cable?

A: A null modem cable connects to two standard serial ports for networking two computers together. Null modem cables enable direct data transfer with minimum setup. Null modem cables reverse the transmit and receive lines on each end of the cable to enable direct two-way communication. A null modem cable for PCs ordinarily follows the RS-232 standard and uses the same serial ports as RS-232 cables.

Q: What is the difference between a DB15 and HD15 connector?

A: A DB15 connector has 15 pins arranged in two rows, with one row on top of the other. The top row has 8 pins and the lower row has 7. A DB15 connector can be found on sound cards, older AUI network cards and devices, as well as legacy Macintosh® monitors.

A: An HD15 connector has 15 pins arranged in three rows. Each row has 5 pins with the middle row slightly offset from the top and bottom. A HD15 connector is sometimes called HD DB15 or VGA connector. The HD15 connector is a very common connector used mostly as a video interface for computers and monitors. It can also be found on HD displays, and on older HD source devices such as satellite receivers and cable boxes.

What is a Parallel Cable?

A: A parallel cable is used to connect to the parallel ports on a computer and a peripheral device like a printer or external drive. IBM originally developed parallel ports and cables as a mean for connecting a printer to the earliest personal computers.


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