Rainbow Technologies Sentinel SuperPro

Okay, to start this off, let’s take a very nice adapter: Well, It’s not exactly an adapter – it’s a dongle. It was used on the serial port of your computer, supposedly to make QuarkXPress work. I kinda like the colors, and I love the name: Rainbow Technologies Sentinel SuperPro™ (labelled “Genius”).

Rainbow Technologies Sentinel SuperPro™
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5 Comments

  1. Jay Dunn
    Posted August 13, 2016 at 13:56 | Permalink

    Good morning,

    I have estimating software from the late 90s and looking for an additional Sentinel Pro RB-4FVGBG-B 9723C2433 by Rainbow Technologies.

    Can you help or provide me with another option for this key / donglle

    Thank you,
    Jay 407.760.0977

  2. Mike
    Posted January 3, 2016 at 20:21 | Permalink

    Do you have an adapter for y0ur Sentinel SuperPro Dongle to a USB (25 ports/pins)? I want to use if for older drafting/CAD software.

  3. Hembel, Dieter
    Posted November 15, 2012 at 15:14 | Permalink

    Please give me a support by my dongle parallel port for ArchiCAD
    how can I use it with USB do you have a adapter, a cuputer cable?

    Thank you

    Dieter Hembel
    Germany
    tel: 049-6734-8451

  4. Scott
    Posted April 10, 2011 at 09:20 | Permalink

    Know of any PCIe adapter cards that can create a legacy port to get the Sentinel SuperPro hardware key to work on a modern PC?

  5. fernando
    Posted January 25, 2011 at 19:47 | Permalink

    como hago para cambiar el dispositivo por un dispositivo USB

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