Brother MFC-5200C USB Port

Category: USB
Manufacturer: Brother
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 33.57Mb
Operating System: Windows NT 4, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: / 05 Dec 2002

Windows device driver information for Brother MFC-5200C USB Port

The Brother MFC-5200C USB Port is a standard cable connection interface on personal computers and any other consumer electronics. It enables independent electronic devices to be linked through cables to a personal computer or to one another. USB means Universal Serial Bus which is an industry standard for short-distance digital data communications. The device permits data to be transferred between devices. USB ports can also generate electric power over the cable to devices without their own source of power. Both the corded and cordless versions of the USB standard are available, although only the corded version includes USB ports and cables. There are several types of consumer electronics that back up USB interfaces. These types of devices are most normally utilized for computer networking. This includes USB network adapters, cellular modems for Internet access and USB broadband and USB printers to be shared on a home network.

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The Brother MFC-5200C USB Port is an alternative to the parallel and serial ports available on older personal computers. It backs up much faster, most of the time 100 times or greater data transfers than parallel or serial. In computer networking, the Ethernet ports are often times utilized instead of a USB. The USB industry standard is also found in several versions which include 1.1, 2.0 and 3.0. Nevertheless, USB ports also feature similar physical layouts regardless of the version of the backed up USB. There are various types of physical layouts that are available for USB ports. The standard layout for personal computers is known as the USB-B. It is a rectangular connection point that is roughly 1.4 cm in length by .65 cm in height. Some other equipments and printers may utilize tinier types of USB ports which include a standard known as USB-A. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Brother MFC-5200C USB Port errors before installing any driver updates.