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CBL110A DB37 F/F Ribbon Cable
Part #: CBL110A, CBL110C, CBL110C-Y

Ribbon cables interface a visual presentation system with the Isolated Digital Interface (STP100D or older STP100C) for an MP160, MP150, or MP100 Research System.

  • CBL110A DB37 F/F for SuperLab
  • CBL110C DB25 M/F for E-Prime, DirectRT, MediaLab, Inquisit, or similar parallel port interfaces

NoteThe Isolated Digital Interface (STP100D/STP100C) includes one 3-meter ribbon cable, specified as CBL110A or CBL110C when ordering.

The CBL110C-Y DB25 parallel male/dual female Y-splitter for CBL110C allows users to interface the output from a parallel port with two devices, the STP100D/STP100C and another piece of hardware.

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CBL110A

Use this 3-meter ribbon cable to interface a SuperLab presentation system with the STP100D/STP100C Isolated Digital Interface for an MP1xx System. Pins 19 and 21 are GND; pin 20 is +5 V.

CBL110C

Use this 3-meter ribbon cable to send digital I/O info to the STP100D/STP100C Isolated Digital Interface to interface visual presentation systems that use a computer’s parallel printer port (E-Prime, DirectRT, MediaLab, Inquisit, etc.) with an MP1xx System. Pins 18 and 25 are GND.

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