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DB25 Male to Male Input/Output Cable

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Introduction
This illustration shows what a typical Serial Advanced Technology Attachment cable looks like.
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Connectors-IllustratedDB25 Male to Male cables are designed for RS-232 serial or parallel applications. Easily connect your printer, modem or other DB25 device to a switchbox. All 25 lines are wired straight through pin-to-pin for ease of compatibility. Each cable is constructed with molded connectors and foil shielding for EMI/RFI protection.
 
Specifications:
Creation Year: 2001
Superseded By: Parallel ATA (PATA)
Cable Capacities: 1.5, 3.0, 6.0 Gbit/s
Data Width: 16 bits Bandwidth
Maximum Devices Supported: 2 (master/slave)
Protocols Used: Protocol Parallel
Cable Style: Serial
Hotplugging Support? Yes
External Interfaces: Yes (eSATA)
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Explanations Of Connectors:
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DB25 MM Connector
DB25 Male
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DB25 MM Connector
DB25 Male
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40 pin male connector
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40 pin male connector
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Cable Features:
  • Connectors: DB25 Male (A) to DB25 Male (A)
  • Greater protection against EMI/RFI interference
  • Provides increased speed and functionality over standard parallel cabling
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