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Cables to Go - Null modem cable - DB-9 (F)

Guide price: £10

Last updated on 26th Apr 2012

Tags: input devices

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Cables to Go - Null modem cable - DB-9 (F)

Null modem serial cables from Cables to Go allow two DTE or DCE devices to communicate with no conflict in data transmission. Transmit and receive signals are crossed to ensure proper data transmission. These high quality-Cables deliver data quickly and reliably over short distances.


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