TwinAx T-Connector IBM 30F5519 U-Connector DB15 to TwinAx
This item is a twinax T-connector. This design is sometimes refered to as a U-connector, but the idea is the same. This is used Instead of having 2 TwinAx ports on the back of a printer or display station, and then having a cable-thru / terminate switch. The non-TwinAx end attaches to the device (DB15), and the cables plug into each TwinAx jack. When the ports are on the device, it matters which is the cable in, and which the cable out. With a T-connecter, it doesn't.
NOTICE: This Pre-Owned-Recycled twinax t-connector ibm 30f5519 u-connector db15 to twinax was described to the best of our knowledge and it is offered as-is. If the field -Items in Stock- shows zero, the product is no longer available.
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