DB9 Female to DB25 Male Null Modem Serial Cable

SKU
43-103-xxx

Use as Serial Printer Cable | Fully Molded | Thumbscrews | Null Modem Pinout

Serial Cable - DB9 Female to DB25 Male Null Modem Cable

DB25 Male to DB9 Female Null Modem Cables are commonly used to connect your PC to another nearby PC or serial device using its modem protocol. The fully molded connectors with thumbscrews provide you with a quick and easy connection.  These cables are durable enough for use in industrial settings.

Features:

  • Connector A: DB25 Male
  • Connector B: DB9 Female
  • Null Modem Pinout
  • Fully molded connectors
  • Includes Thumbscrews
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Features & Specs
Connector A:Type of Connector on Side A of the adapter?DB25 Male
Connector B:Type of Connector on Side B of the adapter?
DB9 Female
LengthOverall length of cable?6 Foot
Pinout Pinout is a term used in electronics to describe how an electrical cable is wired