Small Computer Systems Interface (SCSI) is an intelligent I/O parallel peripheral bus with a standard, device-independent protocol that allows many peripheral devices to be connected to the SCSI port.
SCSI Adapters and SCSI Controllers (80 suppliers)
SCSI adapters and SCSI controllers (SCSI cards) are computer interface cards that are installed in an expansion slot. They are used to connect the SCSI system to several devices and peripherals using a daisy chain method.
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SCSI Cables (168 suppliers)
SCSI cables are used for high-speed bus connections between small computers and intelligent peripherals such as hard disks, printers, and optical disks.
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SCSI Converters (10 suppliers)
SCSI converters translate between the various SCSI interfaces such as single-ended to high-voltage differential (HVD), or HVD to low-voltage differential (LVD), etc.
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SCSI Extenders (11 suppliers)
An SCSI Extender is a device (a stand alone module or a card) used to extend the distance at which peripheral devices may be placed from the host computer.
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SCSI Products (147 suppliers)
SCSI products is a general search form that covers small computer systems interface (SCSI) products such as SCSI host adapters and controllers, converters, terminators, and switches. More detailed search forms are available for individual areas.
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SCSI Switches (15 suppliers)
SCSI switches connect test points or devices to instruments for the testing, measuring, or monitoring industrial systems. Small computer system interface (SCSI) is an intelligent peripheral bus with a standard, device-independent protocol that allows many peripheral devices to be connected to the SCSI port.
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SCSI Terminations (50 suppliers)
SCSI terminations are electrical circuits placed at each end of a SCSI cable for impedance matching. They are an important part of any small computer system interface (SCSI) that uses hard drives, CD-ROMs, scanners, tape drives, or other SCSI peripherals controlled by a SCSI bus.
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