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Tripp Lite P606-010 IEEE 1284 AB Parallel Printer Cable (DB25 to Cen36 M/M), 10 ft. (3.05 m)

SKU: P606-010

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          IEEE 1284 AB Parallel Printer Cable (DB25 to Cen36 M/M), 10 ft. (3.05 m)

          Tripp Lite P606-010 IEEE 1284 AB Parallel Printer Cable (DB25 to Cen36 M/M), 10 ft. (3.05 m). Cable length: 3.05 m, Connector 1: DB25, Connector 2: Centronics 36. Package width: 116.8 mm, Package depth: 223.5 mm, Package height: 20.3 mm. Master (outer) case width: 360.7 mm, Master (outer) case length: 360.7 mm, Master (outer) case height: 325.1 mm

          Tripp Lite's 10-ft. (3.05 m) IEEE 1284 A-B parallel printer cable connects computers with a DB25 female parallel port to parallel printers with a Centronics 36 female parallel port. It supports high-speed IEEE 1284 bi-directional communication. The cable features nickel plated DB25 male/Cent36 male connectors and gold plated copper contacts for superior conductivity. It is manufactured from superior molded cable with integral strain relief and double shielding for maximum EMI/RFI protection. It contains low-capacitance, impedance matched, twisted-pair conductors that protect against cross-talk and other transmission problems.

          Supports high-speed IEEE 1284 bi-directional communication (modes: standard compatible nibble byte ECP and EPP)
          Length: 10-ft. (3.05 m) Connectors: DB25 male/Cent36 male
          Nickel plated connectors and gold plated copper contacts offer superior conductivity
          Superior molded cable with integral strain relief and double shielding (foil and braid) for maximum EMI/RFI protection
          Low-capacitance impedance matched twisted-pair conductors protect against cross-talk and other transmission problems
          Bi-directional communication allows your printer to broadcast printer error messages back to network computers
          Molded ends with easy-grip textured overmold

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