Null Modem Adapter for Serial Cables - DB25 Female to Female
Null Modem Adapters from Computer Cable Store™ offer you the ability to convert your serial cables into null modem cables, for instance for the sake of connecting two DTE or DCE devices. This conversion is accomplished by crossing the data transmission lines of your serial cables. Connecting the serial ports on laptops has never been more cost effective than with this Shielded Null Modem Adapter for Serial cables.
Gender Changer - Centronics 36 Female to Female
Use Our Computer Cable Store™.com Gender Changer
- Centronics 36 Female to Female as an inexpensive and convenient way to adapt a pre-existing cable. A must for computer resellers and field service technicians. These Adapters are fully loaded and 100% shielded.
A gender changer is a hardware device placed between two cable connectors of the same type and gender. An example is a cable connector shell with either two female or two male connectors on it (male-to-male or female-to-female), used to correct the mismatches that result when interconnecting two devices or cables with the same gender of connector.
BNC Terminator Plug - 50 Ohm - Male
Computer Cable Store™ BNC
Terminator Plug - 50 Ohm - Male. Used to avoid signal interference in the form of RF signal reflection at the end of a cable or daisy chain.
The BNC (Bayonet Neill Concelman) connector is a very common type of RF connector used for terminating coaxial cable. The BNC connector is used for RF signal connections, for analog and Serial Digital Interface video signals, amateur radio antenna connections, aviation electronics (avionics) and many other types of electronic test equipment. It is an alternative to the RCA connector when used for composite video on commercial video devices, although many consumer electronics devices with RCA jacks can be used with BNC-only commercial video equipment via a simple adapter. BNC connectors were commonly used on 10base2 thin Ethernet networks, both on cable interconnections and network cards, though these have largely been replaced by newer Ethernet devices whose wiring does not use coaxial cable. Some ARCNET networks use BNC-terminated coax.