printer cable

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Noun1.printer cable - a cable between a computer and a printerprinter cable - a cable between a computer and a printer
transmission line, cable, line - a conductor for transmitting electrical or optical signals or electric power
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The mezzanine board supports all connections to the UUT via two 78-pin D-sub connectors. By providing access and control to all 96 relays, users have the option to create custom relay configurations, custom switched load board configurations, or custom interface circuitry controlled by the module's software function calls.The GX6196 is supplied with a software package that includes a virtual-instrument panel and Windows 32464-bit driver libraries for ATEasy, LabVIEW, C/C++, Microsoft Visual Basic, Linux 32/64, Delphi, and Pascal.
The mezzanine board provides all connections to the unit under test (UUT) via two 78 pin D-sub connectors. By providing access and control to all 96 relays, users have the option to create custom relay configurations, custom switched load board configurations or even custom interface circuitry controlled by the module's software function calls.
They also use specially sealed D-Sub connectors. Molded cable assemblies are available that extend the protection back to the central connection point.