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.
25 Pin SCSI
This cable is used for SCSI applications. Common uses are with hard drives and Zip drives and scanners. Connections are DB-25 male on both ends. Extension cable is DB-25 male to female.