[RndTbl] SCSI cable length

Adam Thompson athompso at athompso.net
Fri Jul 3 16:17:31 CDT 2015

Not 100% sure either, but IIRC LVDS (and just plain differential) never had its own connector.
With the advent of ... Ultra160??? everything was lvds anyway.
I recall a small handful of devices that could do differential or regular based on a jumper or dip switch, over the same connector.
What's the device?

On July 3, 2015 4:06:19 PM CDT, Trevor Cordes <trevor at tecnopolis.ca> wrote:
>I have an external SCSI device that I'd like to plug in on a 10-15'
>The device has a standard dense 50-pin 2-row connector.  I thought at 
>first that meant for sure LVD, but now I'm thinking it just means
>I need LVD to get over 1.5M cable length, according to spec.  LVD lets
>go to 12M it appears.  If it's just ultra then I'm SOL, I guess.
>Is there a way to know what signalling this device uses based just on
>connector?  I checked all available interent specs, incl the original 
>manual, for the device and *nothing* specifies anything other than
>I'm a big SCSI guy, but my memory on the subject is starting to get 
>hazy due to disuse...
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