Converters for SCSI

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ACC7229 Ultra320 to HVD SCSI ConverterMore Info
ADP3145 USB - SCSI DM50M Converter 3 foot CableMore Info
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USB - SCSI DM50M Converter 3 foot Cable
  • Preserve your investment in SCSI peripherals. Connect up to seven storage devices to your iMac, G3 (Blue & White), or USB equipped PC.
  • Works great with most fixed and removable storage drives.
  • Connect a SCSI storage device to a USB compatible Mac™ or PC. The ADP3145 works with most fixed and removable SCSI drives.
  • Set up is as easy as plugging the drive into the HD50 connector on the ADP3145 cable and plugging the cable's USB connector into your computer. Load the driver from the CD, restart, and you're ready to go.
  • NOTE: This model supports multiple SCSI drives and some devices, however not all SCSI devices are supported.
  • Cable length: 1 Meter 3.3 Feet.
  • USB A type connector.
  • Includes drivers for Windows 98, for later versions of Windows, Click Here for a list of updated drivers.
For a USB to PCI card, see ADP3150.


Special Note: USB Drivers come with the operating system and have to be loaded when the computer boots up. As a result, no USB devices can be used until after boot up. It is not possible to boot from an external CD-ROM or hard drive connected through a USB port. Also, if booting up requires a keystroke, the keyboard connected through a USB port would not work for this. A keyboard would need to be connected to the regular keyboard port for this.

USB Notes:
  • USB peripherals can connect either to a computer's port or to a hub.
  • If the computer doesn't have enough ports for all the peripherals, a hub is necessary.
  • Maximum length on individual cables is 5 Meters.
  • No terminators are needed on this bus.
  • The A (flat) type port would be considered the "out" port on a computer or hub.
  • The B (square) type port would be considered an "in" port on hubs or peripherals.
  • A typical USB "out" (Type-A) port can provide up to 500mA.
  • The speed is 12 Megabytes per second, the maximum number of peripherals to a controller is 63 (hubs needed when the computer runs out of ports).



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