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Male to Female Parallel Cable
$15.99
Introduction:

This is the cable that carries the signals from the computer to the CNC electronics. If there is a 25 pin female port on the back of your computer, and the breakout board has a male connector then this is the cable for you. Features: Direct through connection for each pin, shielded, 6.56 feet long (2.0 Meters), beige color, lead free and RoHS compliant.

Description:

Extends DB25 connection to any DB25 male port device.
Straight-thru cable
Supports all parallel & serial applications
Matched impedance
PVC jacket
Molded ends with thumbscrews
Soldered inner hood 360 degrees to the connector / complete end to end shielding.
Connectors: DB25 Male to Female
Length: 6ft

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