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SuperLab + STP-IO Adapter Cable

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DB37 Y splitter
Part #: CBLSTP-IO

Use CBLSTP-IO to connect both a SuperLab system and an STP-IO digital I/O breakout board simultaneously to the 37-pin connector of the STP100C.

One female 37-pin connector is attached to the back of the STP100C. Two male 37-pin connectors then provide one to connect to the STP-IO board and a second for the cable to the SuperLab system.

The length of this “Y” cable is measured from tip to tip. The “Y” cable legs exit the DB37 male Common backshell and are jointly covered for the first three inches for extra strain relief. Please note this when determining a length for your application.

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37-pin interface cable
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