Products/Services for Firewire To SCSI Adapters

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    SCSI Adapters and SCSI Controllers - (68 companies)
    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. Small Computer Systems...
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    SCSI Products - (123 companies)
    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 Terminations - (40 companies)
    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...
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    SCSI Converters - (8 companies)
    ...known as controllers or host adapters, they facilitate reliable communication between separate interfaces without data throughput losses. The vast difference between the SCSI standards and cabling created the need for versatile adapters that enable...
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    SCSI Extenders - (8 companies) be connected to the SCSI port. A single SCSI bus can drive up to eight devices or units: the host adapter or controller, and seven other devices. Each device is assigned a different SCSI ID, ranging from 0 to 7. SCSI extenders function by converting SCSI...
    Bus Adapters - (59 companies)
    Bus adapters connect peripherals to computers that do not provide native support for a peripheral's interface. Some bus adapters are housed in cables that connect one bus to another. Others are board-level cards, blades, or stand-alone units...
    FireWire® Cables - (52 companies)
    ...of the IEEE 1394 standard, which replaced parallel SCSI in many applications because of FireWire 's simplified cabling system. FireWire 400 cables can transfer data at speeds up to 400 megabits per second (Mbit/s). They adhere to the original FireWire...
    Serial Adapters - (140 companies)
    Serial adapters provide one or more serial ports to a host computer. They interface with the host computer via a data bus and add RS232, RS422, RS485 and/or other types of serial ports. Serial adapters are devices that permit interfacing between...
    Drive Sockets and Adapters - (90 companies)
    How to Select Drive Sockets and Adapters. Square Drive Insulated Socket. Image Credit: All-Spec Slotted Screwdriver Socket. Image Credit: Grainger Universal Joint Adapters. Image Credit: Drive sockets and adapters include individual...
    PCI Products - (262 companies)
    PCI products are devices that use the peripheral component interconnect (PCI) bus standard. PCI products include bridges, extenders, and power supplies. They also include bus interface, adapter, memory, mass storage, networking, and serial...

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    • Iomega Zip 250 drive SCSI (comes with PM8500 -> needs SCSI to USB/ Firewire adapter ).
  • SIIG - network adapter | Softchoice
    As the industry name brand in I/O and controllers SIIG has the widest offering of entry level to high-end PCI and ISA I/O boards, controller ( SCSI and E/IDE) boards, USB devices, 1394 Firewire adapters , Multimedia cards and Data Communication devices.
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  • need info on Orange Micro SCSI-Firewire converter - MacRumors Forums
    Any link to a PDF file or just the voltage of the adapter would be very helpful! I was thinking of trying to run a nice SCSI slide scanner through the Firewire port of my G5 with that converter...
  • Microprocessor technique and computer structures
    … streamer), and scanners, together and it connects via a gerätebusspezifische control unit (Host- adapter , Host-controller) to … Transmissions take place according to bus not only between the devices and the main memory of the computer, but are possibly possible also directly between two devices without loading the Systembus thereby. The data transmission takes place thereby in parallel with 8 or 16 bits (e.g., SCSI , 8.2.3) or in the meantime increasingly serial (e.g., FireWire , 8.2.5, and Universally Serial bus, 8.2.7).
  • Advances in Digital Forensics III
    A hard drive is usually attached to a computer by a cable to an inter- face controller located either on the system motherboard or on a separate adapter card. Other physical interfaces include SATA (Serial ATA), SCSI (Small Computer System Interface), IEEE 1394 (also known as FireWire or i-Link) and USB (Universal Serial Bus).
  • Hut, The engineer knowledge
    … data transmission for the connection of independent devices (rechnerintern or - externally, e.g. SCSI ) or process components … Its connection with the Systembus takes place via a control unit (often as Host- adapter , denotes). In simpler execution, the peripheral bus on a point-to-point connection with passive connection on the … … point-to-point, either strung together as cable " bus " (e.g., FireWire ) or in netzähnlicher …
  • Informatics for the Clinical Laboratory
    SCSI is currently most common, but newer, more user-friendly technologies (USB and firewire ) are beginning to supplant SCSI interfaces. Still cameras in the medium- to -high resolution range are probably the best choice for microscopic and … Very few "consumer" elec- tronic cameras are easily adapted to the microscope, since the lenses are not removable, unlike the photographic SLR cameras for which microscope adapt- ers are usually readily available from microscope manufacturers.