interface adapter

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interface adapter

[′in·tər‚fās ə‚dap·tər]
(communications)
A device that connects a terminal or computer to a network.

interface adapter

In communications, a device that connects the computer or terminal to a network.
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The DSB-650 Adapter includes everything a user will need to add their workstation to an Ethernet network A USB to 10/100 Ethernet Network Interface device adapter, USB Cables, Driver Software for the most popular Operating Systems, an In-depth Product Manual.
Your child can activate a battery-powered toy with a switch connected to it via a battery device adapter.
The OPS device adapter (SB-02AM) is required for the V422, V462, V551, V651, V651-TOUCH, P402, P462, P552, P702, X463UN and X551UN models, as well as the product bundle offerings.
The OPS device adapter (SB-02AM) is required for the NEC P402, P462, P552, P652, X463UN, X462UNV and X551UN displays.
The battery- device adapter is a small piece of double- sided copper connected to a jack by a thin wire.
Also includes 10 device adapter tips and carry pouch.
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Allowing customers to customize their charging products is key, so a voucher for a free device adapter is included with every purchase as well.
Wireless USB connectivity is enabled by attaching the PC adapter to the PC/notebook and connecting the device adapter to the USB port of the device.
The SteelSeries Siberia v2 GRAMMY Awards gift bag bundle will also include the SteelSeries Xbox 360[TM] Connector, which can be used for console gaming as well as the SteelSeries Mobile Device Adapter which can be used with the iPhone, iPod touch (2nd Gen) and other portable digital devices and allows the use of any standard PC headset with 3.
CORBA, HTTP, SNMP, TIBCO, XML), and a device adapter, which uses these protocols to direct a particular system (usually another OSS system), such as the Alcatel 5620, or the Cisco CNS Configuration Engine to perform various functions.
Mobile Device Adapter users can utilize any standard headset with 3.