Belkin Pro Series Printer Cable
1 x DB-25 - 1 x DB-25 - 25ft - Gray
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Product Information for Belkin Pro Series Printer Cable
Highlights for Belkin Pro Series Printer Cable
- Connector Type on First End:DB-25
- Connector Type on Second End:DB-25
- Cable Length:25ft
You've purchased the printer of your dreams, but a faulty printer cable keeps sending it error filled data. A Belkin Pro Series serial printer cable will keep that dream machine error free. Attach virtually any existing serial printer with a DB25 female port to your computers DB25 male serial port. Featuring oversized ergonomic thumbscrews for easy installation.
: Belkin Corporation.Manufacturer Part Number
: A2J044-25Product Name
: Pro Series Printer CableManufacturer Website Address
: www.belkin.comProduct Series
: Pro SeriesPackage Type
: RetailProduct Type
: Device CableBrand Name
Technical InformationCable Length
: 28 AWGJacket
: PVC - FlextecConnector on First End
: 1 x 25-pin DB-25 Male Connector on Second End
: 1 x 25-pin DB-25 Female Cable Type
: Gray Shipping Dimensions
: 0.1" Height x 8" Width x 10" DepthShipping Weight
: 0.5 lb
State-of-the-art wiring design ensures 100% compatibility with all devices 100% of the time. Gold plated copper connectors for a clean, clear, error-free transmission. Supports Hewlett-PackardŽ LaserJet, EpsonŽ, and compatible serial printers with DB25 female ports. Flextec cable jacket is very durable and extremely flexible for use in tight areas. Ground indents provide excellent conductivity and retention with mating conductors. 28 AWG stranded tinned copper conductors are individually insulated in polypropylene to minimize cross talk, ensuring high-speed, error-free transmission. Aluminum undermold shield helps to meet FCC requirements on EMI/RFI interference. Oversized ergonomic thumbscrews make installation a breeze. PVC premold encapsulates individual conductors to ensure electrical isolation and relieve stress.
Certifications & Standards
Meet FCC requirements on EMI/RFI interference