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USB to Parallel Printer Adaptor with Cable/lead (25way D Type female)
- Product Title: USB to Parallel Printer Adaptor with Cable/lead (25way D Type female)
- Manufacturer/Publisher: Various
- Stock Code: VAR-USBPARALLEL25
- QuickCode: 12923
- Format: Hardware
- Product Group: USB Interfaces, Adaptors & Cables/Leads
- Condition: New
- Availability: Usually available from stock
Allows a printer with a standard parallel port to be connected to a computers USB port, no software drivers are necessary. This adaptor is non standard see below.
Standard USB to Parallel Adaptor cables are USB A to 36way Amphenol this unit is USB A to 25way D Type female which allows it to be used in two special ways.
1. Some HP lasers printers have a 36way half pitch Amphenol Socket so standard USB to Parallel adaptors won't work. This adaptor, when combined with the special 36way half-pitch centronics printer cable, allows these printers to be used with USB.
2. If you wish to use a mechanical switch box to allow a computer to run two parallel printers this can be archived with this unit and a 25way D Type switch box.
A 25 way D Type gender changer is also required (which we can supply).
- Price: £29.00 no VAT to pay!
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Last updated: Tue, 16 Jul 2019