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SAS 29-pin/4-pin Power to 2 SATA

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SAS 29-pin with 4-pin Power to 2 SATA Cable - 6 Gbs



SATA controller (2 ports)          SAS drive

The next-generation interface standard for SCSI-based systems.

Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) is a data transfer technology designed to move data to and from computer storage devices such as hard drives and tape drives. It is a point-to-point serial protocol that replaces the parallel SCSI bus technology.

Product Features
SAS is the next-generation interface standard for SCSI-based systems. It is designed to replace the SCSI parallel interface with much faster, more flexible, 6 Gb/s Serial Interface while maintaining the robust nature of the SCSI Command Set.
The flexibility of SAS facilitates many system-level configurations such as workstations, blade servers, external storage arrays, SAS Expanders, Host Bus Adapters (HBA's) and RAID controllers.

Product Specifications



1 x 29 pin internal SAS
1 x 4 pin internal power - male
2 x 7 pin Serial ATA
Available lengths
0.5 and 1 meter
RoHS compliant Yes
Cablek RoHS cables
Serial-Attached SCSI Advantages
Serial-attached SCSI offers advantages over older parallel technologies. The cables are thinner, and the connectors are less bulky. Serial data transfer allows the use of longer cables than parallel data transfer. Problems related to crosstalk are less likely in serial interfaces than in parallel interfaces, because there are fewer conductors in the cables. The hardware for serial interfaces is less costly than the hardware for equivalent parallel interfaces.
SAS offers data transfer rates in excess of 6 gigabits per second (Gbps) with potential rates of 10 Gbps or more. Serial-attached SCSI is said to offer an ideal solution for businesses with substantial storage, backup, and archiving demands.
Devices that employ SAS are compatible with Serial ATA (Advanced Technology Attachment) devices. In addition, SAS products are compatible with devices that employ earlier SCSI technologies. External disk drives, host adapters, and expanders were the first devices to employ SAS. The technology is expected to expand to printers, scanners, digital cameras, and other peripherals.
Product appearance and specifications are subject to change without notice.

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