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ATRIX Mini Vertical Board for SATA to IDE with Power Connector

ATRIX Mini Vertical Board for SATAII-3Gbps device to IDE M/B

ATRIX
Scan code: LN36788 Manufacturer code: ATR-IOPASA01 Request call
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Convert the High Capacity SATA III, SATA II and SATA I device, like Blu-ray Disc, optical drive, SSD, Hard Drive and SATA Storage Device, to work with IDE Host Controller! Features • SATA II 3Gbps controller Mini vertical Adapter Board.
• Convert SATA Drive like a standard IDE/ATAPI Drive.
• 48 bits LBA can Break Capacity-Limit to Support HDD larger than 137GB.
• Compliant with Serial ATA 2.6.
• Tag Command Queuing (Max 32 entries).
• SATA Hot-plug.
• SATA Power Save modes.
Specifications
Specifications
Interface IDE
Internal Connectors 1 x SATA 3Gb/s
External Connectors  
Power Connector 1 x SATA Power
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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
24 months
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