Manhattan USB A -> DB25 parallel 336581 - eet01
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Part Number: 336581

Manufacturer: Manhattan

Condition: New

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Manhattan USB A -> DB25 parallel 336581

Manhattan USB A -> DB25 parallel  336581 - eet01

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-Converts USB signals for use with IEEE 1284 devices – supports data transfer speeds up to 1.2 Mbps.
-Ideal for connecting a computer USB port to parallel printer.
-Bus power support requires no external power supply.
-Plug and Play installation; Windows compatible.

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Specs

Ports & interfaces
Connector 1 1x USB A
Connector 2 1x DB-25
Gender Male/Female
Connector contacts plating Gold
Weight & dimensions
Weight 10 g
Performance
Maximum data transfer rate 0.001172 Gbit/s
Compatible operating systems Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
Design
Colour of product Black, Silver
Cable length 1.8 m

Features

Manhattan 336581. Connector 1: 1x USB A, Connector 2: 1x DB-25, Gender: Male/Female. Colour of product: Black, Silver, Cable length: 1.8 m. Maximum data transfer rate: 0.001172 Gbit/s, Compatible operating systems: Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7. Weight: 10 g

Product Description

-Converts USB signals for use with IEEE 1284 devices – supports data transfer speeds up to 1.2 Mbps.
-Ideal for connecting a computer USB port to parallel printer.
-Bus power support requires no external power supply.
-Plug and Play installation; Windows compatible.

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