|Serial / RS232 Interface - PRINTER SIDE Connector|
This is the printer connector that is on Serial Interface printers.
|Serial / RS232 Cable, PRINTER SIDE|
This is what the cable most often looks like that plugs into a serial interface printer.
|Serial / RS232 Cable, PC SIDE|
This is what the other end of a Serial Printer cable normally looks like. This is the PC or POS end of the cable. There is also a DB25 type that looks exactly the same but is wider instead (25 holes or DB25 Female connector).
|Serial / RS232 Interface - PC SIDE Connector DB9|
This picture shows the PC side DB9 Serial/RS232 connector. A DB25 looks EXACTLY the same, but with 25 pins instead of 9.
|Parallel / Centronics - PRINTER SIDE Connector|
About a 1/2in high and 2.5in wide. The connector is much larger than a serial interface. Notice the 1/8in slot running through the middle of the connector. Click the picture for a better look.
|Parallel / Centronics Interface - Cable, PRINTER SIDE|
This is the Parallel Interface Cable for the printer side. It is much larger than a serial interface cable.
|Parallel / Centronics Interface - CABLE, PC SIDE|
This is the POS or PC SIDE of the Parallel Interface Cable. This is a DB25 Male connector, or has 25 pins.
|Parallel / Centronics Interface - PC SIDE Connector|
This is where mistake are often made. The port here looks exactly like the PRINTER SIDE port for a serial interface. This is on the computer side. Always look at the PRINTER CONNECTOR to be SURE!