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Computer Hardware & Peripherals -> Computer Accessories -> Computer & Communication Cables -> SCSI Cables

SCSI Cables

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Power Cords meet country-specific requirements.

IBM (Corporate Headquarters)    Armonk, NY 10504-1783
Dec 02, 2004 Available in 14 different models, Power Cords allow IBM 7311-D11 I/O drawer to be installed in non-IBM rack using non-IBM power distribution units. External SCSI Port Enablement Cable connects SCSI internal controller on IBM IntelliStation® 9114 Model 275 to external port, allowing attachment of external SCSI devices to system.

Enablement Cable provides external SCSI port.

IBM (Corporate Headquarters)    Armonk, NY 10504-1783
Apr 30, 2004 External SCSI Port Enablement Cable provides one external SCSI port to pSeries® 615 Model 6E3/6C3 servers and IntelliStation® POWERâ„¢ 275 workstation. Product connects SCSI internal controller to external port, allowing attachment of external SCSI devices to system. Installation prevents use of second four-pack DASD enclosure and uses one PCI-X slot.

Unshielded Cable exceeds SCSI Ultra 320 specifications.

Unshielded Cable exceeds SCSI Ultra 320 specifications.

Hitachi Cable Manchester, Inc.    Manchester, NH 03109
Aug 22, 2002 U320 SCSI NexZ0â„¢ cable consists of 34 twisted pairs with 30 AWG stranded primaries, designed for internal point-to-point or daisy chain SCSI assemblies. Round construction allows easy routing within box and increases air flow over flat equivalents. Differential impedance is 120 ohms ± 5 ohms and meets SPI-3 and SPI-4 electrical requirements. Primary overall diameter of .024 in. permits cable to be laminated on .025 in. centers for termination with IDC connectors.

Cables meet or exceed SCSI Ultra 320 requirements.

Hitachi Cable Manchester, Inc.    Manchester, NH 03109
Jan 22, 2002 SCSI NexZ0 series internal and external cables are available in 2 varieties: Micro Quick Twist (MQT) SCSI NexZ0 flat, twisted pair cable; and SCSI NexZ0 round, twisted pair cable. MQT offers tightly controlled impedance across entire cable. 120 ±5 Ohms cable is IDC compatible due to its 30AWG stranded conductor. SCSI NexZ0 round cable's shielded and unshielded variations, with VHDCI connectors, meet Ultra 320 attenuation requirements up to 25 meters.

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