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All About Printer Interfaces

Computer to Printer Connectivity
On your computer, the interface connector looks like this...On the computer end of the interface cable the connector looks like this...On the printer end of the interface cable, the connector looks like this...On the printer, the interface connector looks something like this...The printer you need to order is referred to on the Barcoder web site as...
USB interface
(this is the most common interface in use today in computers that use USB connectors for peripheral devices such printers)
RS232-DB9 serial interface
(this is for computer applications that are sending serial data streams to a printer. NOTE: To get serial communications working, you will have to match a number of set up parameters on both the printer and the computer parameters such as the number of data bits, the number of stop bits, the parity and the communication speed (BAUD rate))
parallel interface
(this is the most common printer interface on older computers that use what is also known as a Centronics connection for printer connectivity)