Interfaces

Parallel port - Webopedia  
parallel port - A parallel interface for connecting an external device such as a printer. Most personal computers have both a parallel port and at least one serial port. On PCs, the parallel port uses a 25-pin connector (type DB-25) and is used to connect printers, computers and other devices that need relatively high bandwidth... A newer type of parallel port, which supports the same connectors as the Centronics interface, is the EPP (Enhanced Parallel Port) or ECP (Extended Capabilities Port). Both of these parallel ports support bi-directional communication and transfer rates ten times as fast as the Centronics port.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
IEEE-488 Tutorial  
This tutorial describes the IEEE-488, HP-IB or GPIB instrumentation bus.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
AS Interface  
AS-Interface - Actuator Sensor Interface is the simplest automation networking solution. AS-Interface is an alternative to conventional cabling using a single cable to connect devices to a host controller.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Serial cable wiring  
Bill Sherman's guide to serial cable wiring.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
EECI - Relay Interface for connection to RS-232  
Electronic Energy Control, Inc. (EECI) produces Analog to Digital Relay Interfaces and converters for connection to RS-232 or RS-422.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
GPIB Serial VXI Application Bulletin Library  
This page contains application notes and programs concerning Serial, GPIB and VXIbus buses. All documents on page are in PDF format.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Sensoray  
Sensoray's products make it easy to connect industrial sensors and controls to computers. Sensoray provides electronic interface products for temperature sensors, video cameras, weighing scales, position sensing, pressure sensors and event monitoring.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003



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