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Glossary of Common SCSI Ports and Connectors

DB25 Used as a SCSI connector on Macintosh computers and on some Future Domain and Trantor PC SCSI controller cards.

HDI30 Used as the SCSI connector in Macintosh Powerbook computers.

DB50 Used as the SCSI connector on some Sun workstation models.

Centronics 50 Used as the external SCSI connector on older IBM- compatible SCSI controller cards.

IDC 50 Pin Header Commonly known as the "Internal" connector. It is used extensively as the internal connector on 8-bit SCSI cards and drives.

Half Pitch DB50 Used as the SCSI2 connector on many newer controller cards and Sun Sparc workstations.

Half Pitch Centronics 60 Used as the SCSI port on several IBM PS/2 and RS/6000 controller cards.

Half Pitch DB68 The connector used on SCSI3 controller cards and FastSCSI and WideSCSI drives.

Half Pitch Centronics 50 A rare connector mostly used by notebook computer docking stations.

Very High Density Centronics 68 The new 0.8mm connector used by many servers and RAID array controllers.

SCA80 The 80-pin internal SCSI connector used in RAID array towers.

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