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Product Data Sheets (pdf)...Modem 202 and Modem 202T

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  • 4-Port Industrial-Grade USB Hubs User Manual
    User Manual for the ICI200A and ICI202A (Version 1)
 
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  • RS-232 to RS-485/422 Bidirectional Converter Plus Rackmount Card
    Installation and User Guide (Jan-05)
 
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  • Fiber Optic Multipoint Line Driver-ST
    Installation and User guide (Feb-98)
 
  • Drivers... 
  • USB Auto Share Switch Drivers
    Drivers for the SW210A and SW211A
 
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  • 4x1 Compact VGA Switch
    Installation/User
 

Product Data Sheets (pdf)...USB X-Tender

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  • Industrial Opto-Isolated Serial to Fiber Multimode SC Converter Manual
    Manual for the ICD114A (Version 1)
 


Black Box Explains... Basic Printer Switches

Mechanical—A mechanical switch is operated by a knob or by push buttons and uses a set of copper or gold-plated copper contacts to make a connection. The internal resistance created... more/see it nowby this type of connection will affect your signal’s transmission distance and must be taken into account when calculating cable lengths.

Electronic—Although electronic switches are controlled by knobs and pushbuttons like mechanical switches, the switching is accomplished with electronic gates not mechanical contacts. Electronic switches don’t have the internal resistance of a mechanical switch—some even have the ability to drive signals for longer distances. And since they don’t generate electronic spikes like mechanical switches, they’re safe for sensitive components such as HP® laser printers. Some electronic switches can be operated remotely. collapse

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