Space saver when a wall is close.
Angled Power cable or cord. Most often found with the Apple products from the '80's and I think of them as printer power cables for the ImageWriter and ImageWriter II printers.
Also the most common Apple branded cable for the pre G3 products. Black cables are generic, Apple cables came in several shades - likely to match "snow white", "platinum" and "beige" coloring, but even those aren't consistent. If you have a preference, please leave a note at checkout. Limited quantities. All are in the 5'-7' length range.
Used to attach the keyboard or other ADB device such as a trackball.
This cable will work for Macintosh SE through early G3's and the Apple IIGS.These 3' coiled genuine Apple ADB cables may come with any of the following part numbers: 590-0361-A / 590-0361-B / 590-0616-A
Mono RCA type cable M/M
This cable is used to connect your Apple ][, ][+, //e, //c, IIGS or any computer with a female RCA monitor port to a monitor (usually monochrome, but this cable is also for the color composite) with a female RCA port. A male RCA jack is on each end of the cable.
The genuine Apple cables if in stock are 3' long and part number may be either 590-0198-B or 590-0539-A. All others are generic RCA cables.
Quantities are getting low, so there is a limit of one cable per customer.
Apple A2M4017, A2M4120. AC Power Pack for the Apple IIc (110v). Called by many names, this external brick, power adapter or power supply is only used on the IIc (Models A2S4000 and A2S4100). Available with either beige or platinum cables to match the flavor of your IIc.
There are a very limited number of good, working external power supplies or "bricks" available for the IIc, so they are ONLY available with purchase of a IIc from this site.
*You may also choose a non working power supply for just the 3 lbs shipping cost (with IIc purchase). If you are adventurous, they have to be opened with a saw to be repaired. Note that many of these bad ones may get you power, but the screen will flash or exhibit portions of the text waving one direction or the other.
There are now places that sell new, third party power supplies for the IIc because many of the original ones no longer work.
A2S4000 & A2S4100
Apple 590-0181. Internal Disk Drive Cable for the built-in 5.25 drive in a IIc.
This monitor cable is for the Apple IIGS only.
This 3' cable connect the Apple IIGS to the AppleColor RGB Monitor (aka IIGS Monitor).
New and Sealed! Model EG63SAC
The Intermatic Electronics Surge Protector, Model EG63SAC. Features an audible alarm and screws into a grounded wall outlet in place of the cover. Then you have 6 protected outlets, 3 on each side to guard against electrical surges and spikes. Protects up to 6000 Surge Volts and 400 Clamping Volts. New and sealed.
External Modem Cable
External Modem Cable, Mini-din 8 to DB25 is used on all Macs from the Plus through the Beige G3. This cable is also used on the Apple IIGS and IIc Plus.
All are 6'. Available New and Used.
Gray or Black
Regular generic computer power cable. All are approx 5-7' long. All are 3 prong - they have a ground pin for U.S. outlets. Cables are gray or black in color.
A cable is free by request with any computer, monitor, external hard drive or printer purchase if you need one. You may already have a pile of them, and they do add to the shipping weight.
Apple branded power cables are very rare, but one turns up now and then. I'll add then as I come across them.
8 pin round printer cable - used on Apple II and Macintosh computers
This cable is used to connect your Apple IIc+, Apple IIGS or Macintosh to a serial device - usually a printer.
Works with the following computers:
- Macintosh Plus all the way to the beige G3's.
- Apple IIGS
- Apple IIc plus
- Mini-Din 8 pin male to Mini-Din 8 pin male
Single cable pictured is Apple # 590-0552-A, 6' long
Note that the 3' cables are about 32" and have an EMI/RFI filter near each end. No other serial cables have filters.
DB25 and Centronics 50
This page contains the most common SCSI cables that will plug into the built in 25 pin port on your Macintosh (Plus through Beige G3) or Apple II (IIe & IIGS with a SCSI Card). The connector for this port is referred to as DB25, and the port is female - it needs a cable with pins sticking out (male).
These SCSI cables are used to connect to scanners, external CD Drives and external hard drives - including Zip, Jaz, Orb and others.
Select below: All are used cables except some CN50-CN50.
A) DB25 - DB25 M/M Cable: Most Scanners, Zip Drives and some of the early external hard drive manufacturers such as LaCie used the 25 pin ports on their devices. Also used for chaining 2 or more drives together.
B) DB25 - CN50 M/M Cable: Most external CD Drives and hard drives have the CN50 (Centronics) ports.
C) CN50 - CN50 M/M Cable. Centronics 50. Used to chain 2 or more drives together.
D) CN50 - CN50 M/M Cable - NEW!
E) CN50 M - CN50 F Cable. Centronics 50 Extension cable
While all can range from 18” to 6’ , it is easiest for me to list them as 3’ and under (most are less than 2'), and 4-6’. From a variety of manufactures, colors can be white, gray or beige.
If you are in need of cables with different connectors:
PowerBook SCSI Cables are found here.
SCSI-2 and SCSI-3 Cables are found here.
SCSI 1 or SCSI 2
SCSI pass-through terminator. For use with SCSI or SCSI-1 hard drives. Centronics 50 pin Male to female. This is brand new!
Power Center and Surge Suppressor!
The Kensington System Saver for the Apple IIGS is truly that. Manufactured to fit on top of the IIGS and under the monitor, the fan draws air up through the computer to keep it cool as well as protected with the built-in surge suppressor. Four power sockets in the back are also the perfect number - the computer and monitor plug into the first two sockets and are controlled by the Master switch. A printer and hard drive typically plug into the other two sockets and are controlled with the Aux switch. Leave everything individually turned on and use the 2 switches in the System Saver to power things up and down. When you go to use the IIGS, press the Aux button first, wait while the hard drive spins up and the press the Master button.
The foam seal on the bottom of this System Saver has been replaced and on this unit only, the Aux button will not power on until the Master button is on.
Computer and monitor in last photo are for illustration only and not included.