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    USB Cables - (200 companies)
    How to Select USB Cables USB cables are designed specifically to connect devices that use the universal serial bus (USB) protocol. They are used to connect personal computers (PCs) and peripherals such as mice, keyboards, printers, digital...
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    Computer Cables - (298 companies)
    ...end. Extended SATA (eSATA) cables are used to connect external hard drives or optical drives. They provide transfer speeds that are approximately three times faster than FireWire 400 and USB 2.0. USB cables use the universal serial bus (USB) protocol...
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    Serial Cables - (344 companies)
    ...and universal serial bus (USB). Types of Serial Cables The GlobalSpec SpecSearch database contains information about these types of serial cables. RS232 cables support a typical transmission speed of 9600 bps at 15 m. They provide asynchronous...
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    USB Connectors - (208 companies)
    ...to connect USB products to other USB products or they can be used to connect USB wires and peripherals to other standard port types. Some of the more common crossover USB cable connectors include serial to USB connectors, parallel to USB connector types...
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    Cable Assemblies - (1957 companies)
    ...about assemblies of battery cables and phone cords. The connector type may correspond to the cable table, or may instead indicate characteristics such as the shell type or number of pins. For example, USB cable assemblies consist of bundled or banded...
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    Cable Testers - (265 companies)
    ...serial bus (USB). Small computer system interface (SCSI) and general-purpose interface bus (GPIB). Ethernet and local area network (LAN) cables. Cable testers are also used to test cabling for proprietary interfaces and architectures such FireWire (R...
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    Cable Reels - (243 companies)
    How to Select Cable Reels. Image Credit: Eraser Company, Inc. Cable reels are used for storage, unwinding, and winding of conductive cable or lifting cable. Electric cable reels have contacts for maintaining live power during winding. Reels...
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    Cable Assembly Services - (1017 companies)
    ...applications, information technology (IT) equipment, and communication standards such as RS232, universal serial bus (USB), and small computer system interface (SCSI). Cable assembly services also manufacture products for capital equipment and machinery...
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    Medical Cable Assemblies - (76 companies)
    Medical cable assemblies are designed to connect medical and laboratory instruments and equipment. They transmit power and/or data and usually have an abrasion-resistant jacket that provides relatively low surface friction and mechanical durability...
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    Cable Harness and Wire Harness Services - (925 companies)
    ...products are used with computer applications, equipment, and communication standards such as RS232, universal serial bus (USB), and small computer system interface (SCSI). Typically, cable harness and wire harness services that manufacture products...
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...applications. However, the USB mechanical connector was designed to be quickly connected and disconnected and did not include a locking mechanism. As a result, accidental cable disconnection is the single most common point of failure with USB industrial I/O devices....

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...the USB cable became the path to a lower ground state. It was an expensive lesson....

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Our exclusive USB User Guide is designed to address all of your questions regarding USB technology. Whether you 're looking for a basic technical primer on the subject, or require more specific information on which USB cable is right for your application, Amphenol CablesonDemand.com has you covered...

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...the USB cable became the path to a lower ground state. It was an expensive lesson....

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...and plug the USB cable into the PC. 2. Start the USB Programmer Utility (downloadable from http://www.oceanoptics.com/Technical/softwaredownloads.asp ). 3. Click USB-LS450 on the left side of the window, and then press Calibrate. The Calibrate USB-LS450 window appears. 4. Ensure Temperature is selected...

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...data using the USB protocol. Having both power and data communication capability in one cable adds convenience and flexibility to applications. USB communications can be designed into new systems or added to upgrade legacy systems through the addition of a fixed-function USB communication bridge...

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...into USB-certified devices such as cameras, mice, PDAs, or display terminals. Belkin Corp. recently developed hub/dongle connections for the Cable-free USB format. An alternative approach comes from Gefen Inc., which makes small sender/receiver units that fit in an ordinary USB port to provide...

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...and secure it in place with the Jackscrew. Plug in the Jornada DB9 cable into the DB9 on the USB-ADP-H serial adapter. The S2000 spectrometer shown below assembled with USB Battery Pack, USB-LS-450 Light Source, USB-ADP-H serial adapter, and the Jornada Handheld PC....

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Secure the connector in place with enclosed jackscrew. 3. Using the serial port DB9 cable, connect the USB 2000 or the HR2000 spectrometer to a PC. A USB-CBL-PS 5-volt power supply is required to complete the interface....

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USB Type-C TM, the newest USB connector standard, is about cabling. You'll begin to see the small, reversible Type-C connectors on devices from laptops and smart phones to flash drives and video systems. The list is inclusive and growing because the Type-C cable can provide both data and power...

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