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- This converter adapter is easy to install, plug and play
- USB Rev.1.1 compliant
- The converter adapter can fully compatible with all parallel printers
- The USB adapter can connect a parallel printer to USB port
- This plug adapter is easy installation and fully compatible with all parallel printers
- USB type A male to centronic 36-pin, the converter adapter can convert any parallel printer to USB
- Bi-directional data transfer over parallel port resulting in high-speed printing
- Up to 12 Mbps data transfer rate
- Length: 93cm/37in
- USB 2.0 to 36 Pin Parallel Printer Cable Adapter provides you with an external Plug-n-Play connection for use with computers, notebooks, and hand held computing devices that support USB. This cable adapter has a standard type USB plug
- Instantly adds 36 Pin female port to your USB equipped PC or laptop
- USB specification revision 1.1 and 2.0 compliant; USB bus powered, low power consumption Powered by USB port, no external power needed
- Being lightweight and mini size; the adapter is convenient to carry
- Long time enough for you to use. You deserve to have it
About USB Plugs:
- Standard USB Plugs and Receptacles: The plugs and receptacles have 4-contacts and are rectangular in shape with the contact opening of a Type A plug or receptacle measuring approximately 13.1(W) x 5.5(H) mm. The contact opening on standard Type B USB plugs and receptacles measures approximately 5.6(W) x 3.2(H)mm.
- Mini-USB Plugs and Receptacles: Mini-USB plugs, receptacles and cables were primarily introduced for USB OTG (Universal Serial Bus On The Go) devices such as mobile phones, PDAs, digital cameras etc. The USB OTG specification allows a single port to act as either a host or a device - chosen by which end of the cable plugs into the socket on the unit. After the cable is connected and the units are synchronised, the units may even swap ends under program control. This ability targets units such as PDAs where the USB link might connect to a PC's host port with the PDA as a device or alternatively connect the PDA as a host to a keyboard.
- Two small form factor plugs have been defined (Mini-A and Mini-B) along with a universal receptacle (Mini-AB) that accepts either a Mini-A plug or a Mini-B plug. . Mini-A, Mini-B, and Mini-AB connectors are identified easily by color. The specification nominates that the insulator plastic inside Mini-A plugs and receptacles is always white. In Mini-B connectors it's always black, and in Mini-AB receptacles it's always coloured grey. The plugs and receptacles have 5 contacts with contacts 4 & 5 joined together inside the Mini-A plug. Mini-USB plugs and receptacles are rectangular in shape, with the contact opening measuring approximately 6.8(W) x 3.1(H) mm
Instructions for Installing the USB to Parallel Adapter
- Windows XP/VISTA (do not install the CD): Plug the cable into the USB port on your computer. A prompt that says "Found New Hardware" will appear. Windows will then install the USB printing support driver. You do not need to install the driver from the CD. Plug the cable into the printer. If your printer is already installed, click on Start, then Printers & Faxes. Right click on the printer you are connecting to and click on Properties. Click on the Ports tab and check the 'Virtual printer port for USB' port. Click OK/. You should now be able to print.
- Windows 2000/ME (do not install the CD): Follow steps 1 to 3 under Windows XP. If your printer is already installed, click on Start, Settings, then Printers. Right click on the printer you are connecting to and click on Properties. Click on the Ports tab check the 'Virtual printer port for USB' port. Click OK. You should now be able to print
- Windows 98SE: Plug the cable into the USB port on your computer. The "Add New Hardware Wizard" will appear. Click Next. Insert the CD into the CD drive on your computer. Click "Search for the best driver for your device" and check the "Search removable media" box. Windows will find the driver. Click Next. When Windows has finished installing the driver, click Finish. Plug the cable into the printer. If your printer is already installed, click on Start, Settings, then Printers. Right click on the printer you are connecting to and click on Properties. Click on the Ports tab check the "Virtual printer port for USB" port. Click OK. You should now be able to print
- IBM PC 486DX4-100 MHz or higher
- Available USB port
- CD-ROM drive
- Windows 95 OSR 2.1
- Windows 98 Windows 2000
- Windows Me Windows 95 xp
- 1 x USB 2.0 to 36 Pin Parallel Printer Cable Adapter
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