CableCreation 2-Pack Mini SAS 36Pin (SFF-8087) Male to 4 SATA 7Pin Female Cable, Mini SAS Host/Controller to 4 SATA Target/Backplane, Red Color 0.5M


CableCreation 2-Pack Mini SAS 36Pin (SFF-8087) Male to 4 SATA 7Pin Female Cable, Mini SAS Host/Controller to 4 SATA Target/Backplane, Red Color 0.5M by CableCreation at Tech Box. MPN: CS0025-2. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. CableCreation Focus to the Ideal Design of All of Our Quality Cables CableCreation is not Only a Brand But Also a Creative Team With Own Factory manufacturing Side 1: Mini SAS 36Pin (SFF-8087) Male with Latch Side 2:4x SATA 7Pin female with latch Cable: 30AWG Cable Length:0.5M Cable Color: RedMini SAS 36 (SFF-8087) Male Connect to the Controller, 4x SATA Connect to the backplane.. Mini SAS 36 (SFF-8087) Male is Host, 4 x SATA female is target. Mini SAS 36 (SFF-8087) connect to the Controller, 4


CableCreation 2-Pack Mini SAS 36Pin (SFF-8087) Male to 4 SATA 7Pin Female Cable, Mini SAS Host/Controller to 4 SATA Target/Backplane, Red Color 0.5M by CableCreation
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CableCreation Focus to the Ideal Design of All of Our Quality Cables CableCreation is not Only a Brand But Also a Creative Team With Own Factory manufacturing Side 1: Mini SAS 36Pin (SFF-8087) Male with Latch Side 2:4x SATA 7Pin female with latch Cable: 30AWG Cable Length:0.5M Cable Color: Red

Features & Highlights

  • Mini SAS 36 (SFF-8087) Male Connect to the Controller, 4x SATA Connect to the backplane.
  • Mini SAS 36 (SFF-8087) Male is Host, 4 x SATA female is target
  • Mini SAS 36 (SFF-8087) connect to the Controller, 4 Sata connect to 4 HDD.
  • Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) is a high-speed data storage interface designed for high-throughput and fast data access
  • Cable Length 0.5M

Additional Information

Brand:
CableCreation
Manufacturer:
CableCreation
Category:
SATA Cables
Color:
2 Pack
Model:
CS0025-2
MPN:
CS0025-2
Part Number:
CS0025-2
Size:
2 Pack
Publisher:
CableCreation
Binding:
Personal Computers
Item Weight:
0.02 pounds
Package Weight:
0.21 pounds
Package Size:
6.02 x 0.91 x 9.17 inches

 


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