Centronics


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Centronics

(company, hardware, printer)
A company in Hudson N.H., USA, best known for designing the parallel interface for printers with the same name, found on many microcomputers.

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237) Nintendo Co Ltd v Centronics Systems Pty Ltd (1994) 181 CLR 134, 160 (Mason CJ, Brennan, Deane, Toohey, Gaudron and McHugh JJ).
Remember the massive Centronics 25-pin printer connector before USB came along?
Howard also founded and served from 1969 to 1980 as president and chairman of the board of Centronics Data Computer Corp.
Centronics parallel ports are provided for printer, mouse, and keyboard connectivity.
Other features of the ProtJet II include the Centronics interface, a USB port and an energy saving standby mode.
Centronics and VHDCI connectors do not have pins, however the 50-and 68-pin high-density connectors have pins that are quite susceptible to damage.
GPIB, Centronics, RS-232-C and Lan interfaces have been integrated into the FSP 40 package, and it features an RMS detector for fast and reproducible power measurements on digitally modulated signals in the frequency and time domain.
A bidirectional printer-driver and both USB and Centronics interfaces are standard using Windows 95/98, 2000, ME, or NT.
It has a modular interface, including Centronics, RS 422/485 etc.
GPIB, VGA, and Centronics ports and connections are included for 10 MHz reference in/out.