||IBM Parallel Printer Cable|
|One of the oldest computer cables in existence, historical scholars believe
this design was first developed by Aristotle as a means to convey Alexander's
field reports without the time-consuming process of papyrus scribing.
||DB25MF 25 conductor Straight|
|The DataPro 1011 series Serial/Parallel
Cable is a molded extension cable for
any 25-pin DSub application.
||DB25MM 25 conductor straight|
|The 1012-series cable is a straight-through cable designed to interconnect systems. Because each pin is wired straight
through end-to-end, the type of signal being used is irrelevant: this cable will just as easily carry RS232 for an asychronous modem, IEEE-1284 for a parallel printer, or 25-pin SCSI for a really old Macintosh.
||Parallel DB25 Panel-Mount Extension|
|For 25-pin serial and parallel runs, you can now terminate into a faceplate
or bulkhead mount with our panel-mount 25-pin cables. These hoodless cables
are built for an easy and secure attachment to a pre-cut hole, such as those
found on a standard PC backplane or our various face plates.
||Bitronics Parallel IEEE-1284AA|
|The DataPro 1284AA series Parallel
Printer Cable for the IBM-PC is a
high-quality molded cable for any
IEEE-1284 interface needs.
||BiTronics Parallel IEEE-1284AB|
|The DataPro 1284AB series Parallel
Printer Cable for legacy printers is a
high-quality imported molded cable that
uses the 1284 (aka 'parallel') standard.
||BiTronics Parallel IEEE-1284AC|
|A true relic from ages past, these parallel printer cables are
for IBM-PC compatible machines and printers that utilize a mini-centronics
connector—typically HP DeskJets and HP LaserJets from the 1990's.
||BiTronics Parallel IEEE-1284CB|
|Is this a cable you're looking for? I highly doubt it. Nobody wants
this cable. Nobody's wanted this cable for ten years, at least. Fifteen years.
You don't want this cable. You probably want a DB25 Parallel
to Mini-Centronics cable, not this thing. Go away.