SCSI connectors


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SCSI connectors

Following are the various plugs and sockets used with SCSI devices. See SCSI.










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The Elite 1600, a 64-bit 66 MHz PCI RAID controller with two Ultra160 SCSI channels, features two external and two internal Ultra160 SCSI connectors and an i960(R) 64-bit RISC processor.
Other standard features include twisted pair and thinwire Ethernet, stereo-quality audio, an array of external ports for serial/parallel communications, and external SCSI connectors.
The Q-Series delivers between three and 12 MB per second data transfers, from individual SCSI connectors at each drive.
SAF-TE is a standardized method of using hardware and firmware to monitor the subsystem and send that information to the host controller using standard SCSI connectors.
They also incorporate Seagate's second-generation Advanced SCSI Architecture (ASA-II) technology, and are available in an 80-pin SCSI standard SCA (Single Connector Attachment) as well as conventional SCSI connectors.