SCSI ID

SCSI ID

(hardware)
The unique address of a SCSI device. SCSI IDs range from 0 to 7 for 8-bit SCSI systems, 0 to 15 for 16-bit and 0 to 31 for 32-bit systems. The SCSI adaptor is usually assigned ID 7. A device's SCSI ID is often set by switches on the device.
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A Fast-Wide SCSI-2 can support up to 15 devices because the adapter requires one SCSI ID.
The device independent, plug-and-play expander requires no software to operate, does not occupy an SCSI ID and features active LVD and single-ended SCSI termination.
According to StorCase one of the main features of SAF-TE is that one board accommodates up to four channels - this enables customers to implement the board without having to sacrifice more than one SCSI ID per InfoStation.
blazing fast throughput without the headache of SCSI ID or termination.
The new Addonics Dual Port IDE to SCSI adapters enables two IDE hard drives to be used transparently like SCSI hard drives using one SCSI ID.
The units come with a smart board that maps each seven-drive rack to one SCSI ID for conserving available IDs, two SCSI host adapters, a VGA monitor, keyboard, mouse, hard drive, and network interface card.
With traditional SCSI ID addressing technology, a computer system is limited to just seven drives per SCSI channel.
The standard method of arbitration for parallel SCSI is that the highest SCSI ID on the bus always wins arbitration.
Host systems see the CD-R cluster as a single SCSI device with one SCSI ID.
VideoRaid subsystems attach to any SCSI equipped Macintosh, SGI (NT or IRIX) or PC (Windows NT) computer, and use a single SCSI ID.
The converter does not consume a SCSI ID and is completely transparent to the hardware, software, and the operator.
The ProTower-7 also features a proprietary SCSI "LUN" Enabler which allows all seven drives to occupy a single SCSI ID address.