I was going through some old stuff on the attic when I found this, it seems to be some kind of hub. I have no idea what it was used for, does anyone know what kind of connectors those are? I'm guessing scsi.
EDIT: can't figure out the image uploader, I'll upload to my webspace and link to it in a sec EDIT2: Fixed it Post edited by: yann86, at: 2006/01/08 17:19
We're going to need more info if you want to know which this is for. Does it have any labels at all? I would imagine a SCSI hub might have switches to select SCSI IDs or at least a terminator switch. Nothing like that on there? Doesn't rule SCSI out if they aren't there though.
I took a picture of the front maybe that'll help. A and B look like a printer and a scanner, my dad ensured me he was using this thing to connect harddisks though so it's most probably scsi. If it is I'd like to know what type.
Loc: Florida, USA
It's not SCSI. It's a switch box for printers and for directconnection on PCs. It's a standard 25pin LPT (Printer port) that runs at 11mbit. It can though use a special type of HD that uses a 25pin LPT but they're slow as heck. It could come in handy for the old paralle ZIP drives.
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