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#152275 22-Sep-2014 13:43
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Is there any use thsese days for the old centronic type printer cabels or do we bin them?
I have about  half a dozen metres of cable!




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  #1133657 22-Sep-2014 13:43
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  #1137072 25-Sep-2014 08:11
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Can't remember from top of my head - but if those have DB-9 at one end - male of female -  I'll be accepting those thankfully. Use them in my DIY project.




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  #1137136 25-Sep-2014 09:40
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RUKI: Can't remember from top of my head - but if those have DB-9 at one end - male of female -  I'll be accepting those thankfully. Use them in my DIY project.


DB9 is serial, centronic is DB25.




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  #1137325 25-Sep-2014 11:47
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nedkelly: DB9 is serial, centronic is DB25.

I now found one centronic cable in my mancave :-) . Initially mixed that with DB25 to DB9 cable.
Those as you rightly pointed out may have DB25 connector on another end.

DB9's are just type of a connectors I am after, what type of interface - does not really matter could be "serial" DB9 to DB9 or cross-over or DB9 to RJ45 or DB9 to USB - I'll cut those out and re-solder for my needs. Then all I have to buy is plastic enclosure for those. And I also re-use those long bolts when taking apart resin - because plastic enclosue you buy in store has only small short bolts - useless.




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  #1137433 25-Sep-2014 13:06
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Now you are getting to techinical for me hang on...............


I may have a few more out in the shed
If you want them send me a guessing $6-8 post office satchel self addressed and do a good deed for someone
and you can have them




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  #1137486 25-Sep-2014 13:46
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Thank you for going extra mile and posting a photo. Not those connecors, but thank you anyway.




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