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 drives themselves attach to computers using a wide range of interfaces, from legacy ATAPI and SCSI connectors, to High-Speed USB 2.
SATA drives will plug directly into Serial-Attached SCSI connectors and if supported in the system, will be able to perform as expected.
Today, only a few SCSI connectors available from other manufacturers provide data transmission capability up to only 320 MB/s.
However, remember that while the pins on most SCSI connectors are numbered 1,2,3, [ldots] along the top row of pins and, then, continued along the bottom row, the IDC connector used for 50-pin internal ribbon cable connections have odd numbered pins in one row and even numbered pins in the other row.
The Enterprise 1600, a 64-bit 66 MHz PCI RAID controller featuring four Ultra160 SCSI channels, offers four external and two internal Ultra160 SCSI connectors, an i960(R) 64-bit RISC processor, 500 MB/sec.
Two SCSI connectors, a power connector, power switch, and DB9 jack for connecting a serial tester are also located in the back of the drive.
a distributor of SCSI connectors and cables since 1985, and has created a massive and loyal following in the "Gaming PC" market.