A parallel connector, or parallel port, is an interface used to connect a computer to some external peripheral. An example of things that can hook up to a computer using a parallel port include a printer and/or a scanner. More recently, the USB interface has become extremely common and most types of devices that used to commonly hook up via parallel port now hook up by USB instead.
Usually a Centronics connector is used.
a parallel port
SAS is SCSI, it connects via a serial cable/connector instead of parallel (long and skinny) connector.
A parallel ATA connector can use one data cable for two drives.
This is a connector used in serial and parallel ports.
Parallel ata cable connecter have 40 pins.
Parallel printers and scsi
Yes if it is a old monitor.
Parallel sockets are wide, with two rows of pins that total 25 in all. Printers and some other devices use 36 pins, but they look the same. There is a screw hole at either end to allow the connector to be fastened securely.
One end is the Centronics connector and the other end is 25 Pin D type connector.
Parallel Ports is a noun. Parallel Ports means a connector for a device that sends or receives several bits of data simultaneously by using more than one wire.
The IDE connector has a total of forty pins. The parallel ATA cables usually have a maximum allowable length of only 18 inches.
I tried to use the cable with an HP 2100 printer with parallel connector. It woulld not work with either Window XP or Windows 7.
The DB 25 is the most common connector. Most parallel ports are used for linking computers and printers in everyday use.
in RJ45 connector connected cat5 cable through same cable coding, that's call parallel cable.
it must be connected in parallel as always
Generally USB connectors or serial 29 pin parallel connector is used for this perpose.
Parallel port. The male connector is a serial port. Good luck on the A+ exam :P
Parallel ATA connectors use a 40 pin female connector with one pin removed for keying.
LPT1 (parallel port -aka; printer port). Parallel ports are often called LPT (Line Printer) ports since they are most often used for printers. Parallel ports on the system side are always 25pin female.
diaond =for condition parallel rectangle= for input and output arrow = for flow control connector = rectange =for process