SCSI controller


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SCSI controller

SCSI controller

A common term for a SCSI host adapter. See SCSI.
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The TMC-1610M SCSI Controller has embedded support for CD-ROM drives and other SCSI devices in Novell NetWare, OS/2, UNIX, and Windows NT.
This is to connect an external drive array to a server, which has a SCSI controller on the motherboard.
The industrial-grade robotic disc changer and SCSI controller are designed for an MSBF of 1.
Ultra160 devices are backward compatible with Ultra2 controllers, but will run at the Ultra2 SCSI controller speed or 80MB/sec peak.
Controllers and peripherals are the same as the TSS 1523, including the use of the Adaptec AIC-7902W dual channel Ultra 320 SCSI controller.
Single channel Ultra 160 SCSI controller on PCI Mezzanine Card
We have a new system with a dual-channel, on-board SCSI controller.
It also offers the latest in storage technology, featuring the fastest U320 hard drives and an integrated U320 SCSI controller.
With the ability to attach up to 12 inexpensive ATA drives on a single RAID controller, it is the only ATA RAID solution that can match the storage capacity and performance levels of a SCSI controller for applications that require terabytes of reliable storage.
On a normal SCSI bus, the SCSI controller usually supplies the termination on one end and a Single Ended, LVD, or multimode terminator on the other.
Product model SC6H integrates a SCSI controller with boot BIOS ROM and up to 120 GBytes of hard disk storage on a single cPCI card.
When the skew time becomes excessive, the SCSI controller timing will be violated and the system will not be reliable as it tries to synchronize multiple parallel data channels.