AMPTrac Series, D-Shaped, Centronics Cables

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1435339-7
CABLE W/CORE PLUG-PLUG LAZH 7M
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AMPTrac
23.00' (7.01m)
Centronics 26 pos Male to Male
Round, Beige
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1435339-1
CABLE W/CORE PLUG-PLUG LAZH 1M
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AMPTrac
3.28' (1.00m)
Centronics 26 pos Male to Male
Round, Beige
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1435339-2
CABLE W/CORE PLUG-PLUG LAZH 2M
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AMPTrac
6.56' (2.00m)
Centronics 26 pos Male to Male
Round, Beige
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1435339-5
CABLE W/CORE PLUG-PLUG LAZH 5M
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AMPTrac
16.40' (5.00m)
Centronics 26 pos Male to Male
Round, Beige
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1-1435339-5
CABLE W/CORE PLUG-PLUG LAZH 15M
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AMPTrac
49.21' (15.0m)
Centronics 26 pos Male to Male
Round, Beige
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About  D-Shaped, Centronics Cables

Products in this category are cable assemblies that consist of a length of cable material terminated at one or both ends with a Centronix style connector. These connectors are characterized by a mating end that features a D-shaped shroud surrounding a rectangular contact set, similar in form to a card edge interconnect system. The Centronix style connector gained popularity in the 1970s and 1980s, primarily due to its widespread use in computer equipment. It was commonly used for peripheral interconnect applications in computer systems, such as printers and scanners. However, over time, the Centronix connector has been largely replaced by other interconnect systems in modern computer technology. The decline in the use of Centronix connectors can be attributed to the advancement of more efficient and compact connector technologies, such as USB (Universal Serial Bus) and Ethernet. These newer systems offer faster data transfer rates, improved versatility, and smaller form factors, making them more suitable for the evolving needs of computer peripherals. While the Centronix style connector may have diminished in popularity for computer systems, it still retains relevance in certain specialized applications. Some legacy devices and industrial equipment may still utilize Centronix connectors, especially when compatibility with older systems is required. In summary, products featuring Centronix style connectors are cable assemblies that were commonly used in computer peripherals during the 1970s and 1980s. However, their usage has significantly declined in favor of more advanced and compact interconnect systems in modern computer technology.