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NEWlink USB to Parallel Bi-Directional Cable

CCL Code: CAB1257
Manufacturer Code: NLUSB-1284
| Manufacturer: NEWLink

Key Features:

  • Plug and Play


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Delivery Options (from £2.99)

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Collection Options

Tuesday 7th June from Local Collection Point


NEWlink offer you an extensive range of computer accessories and components, all designed and manufactured to exacting standards. We’re committed to innovation and excellence at the cutting edge of our industry – that’s why we’re almost always first to market with the very latest technology

Main Features

  • Plug and Play
  • Allows parallel port to be used for another device
  • Fully compliant with USB 1.1 specification
  • Compatible with IEEE 1284 interface, and supports bi-directional communication
  • Supports suspend / normal mode power management
  • Driverless under Windows 2000 / ME / XP


Form Factor Parallel Cable

Key Features

Cable Length 1.5 m


Warranty 1 Year

Item Details

Manufacturer NEWLink
Manufacturer Code NLUSB-1284
EAN 5000116045266
Condition New

Warranty Information

Warranty 1 Year

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer NEWLink
Manufacturer Code NLUSB-1284
Questions and Answers

Do you have you a question about the NEWlink USB to Parallel Bi-Directional Cable?

Q: I have an old printer that I want to connect to a Windows 10 PC. I know there are issues about the printer drivers, but will this cable work OK with Windows 10 please?
Answer by Dan on 23rd September 2015
NEWlink haven't updated the driver for this cable since Windows XP, in theory it should work but we have no way to test this to confirm unfortunately. -Danlevan
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Q: Will this work with Mac OSX 6.8?
Answer by Dan on 4th April 2014
The manufacturer only lists support for Windows operating systems. -Danlevan
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