What is a DB9 connector?
The term "DB9" refers to a common connector type, one of the d-subminiature or d-sub connector types. DB9 has the smallest "footprint" d-subminiature connector, and houses 9-pin (male connector) or 9-hole (female connector).
Where is the DB9 connector used?
DB9 connectors were once very common on PCs and servers. DB9 connectors are designed together with the EIA/TIA 232 serial interface standard, which defines the functions of all 9 pins as a standard, so many companies can design them into Their products. DB9 connectors are usually used for serial peripherals such as keyboards, mice, joysticks. They are also used for data connections on DB9 cable assemblies.
Today, the DB9 has mostly been replaced by more modern interfaces such as USB, PS/2, Firewire, and others. However, there are still many legacy devices that use the DB9 interface for serial communication.
What does Ecocables carry for DB9 Connectors?
Ecocables has a huge variety of DB9 products, including DB9 connectors, DB9 adapters, and DB9 cables assemblies. See links below for types of products that use the DB9 interface.
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