Strange and Possibly Wonderful Cable

From: Tothwolf <>
Date: Sat Jan 5 04:18:51 2002

On Fri, 4 Jan 2002, Doc Shipley wrote:

> The 2 things I can't really identify are a Panasonic Easa-Phone,
> KX-T1225 which seems to be a speed-dialer of some sort. The other is a
> cable with a (Doc ducks & prepares to rub) 36-pin Centronics connector,
> plus eyelet ground, on one end and a female card-edge connector on the
> other. The shrouds are steel, squared, and embossed "TANDY" on both
> ends. While I've never seen one, I'm guessing it's a Tandy printer
> cable.

It's a printer cable for a model 1000. I looked through the cables I have,
and I found 3x 22-222, and 2x 22-1259. They look identical, but based on
the information I found in the Tandy 1000-series FAQ they are made for
different printers. Theres no way that I know of to identify this cable
without pinning it out.

Tandy 1000-series FAQ:

Received on Sat Jan 05 2002 - 04:18:51 GMT

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