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18in Upward Right Angle SATA Cable with LP4 Adapter

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18in Upward Right Angle SATA Cable with LP4 Adapter

This 18in 'upward' right angle SATA cable features an upward right-angled (90°) combination SATA data and power connector, that breaks out into one LP4 power (male) connector and one SATA female data connector - allowing you to connect a Serial ATA drive to a power supply that may not offer a SATA power connector, as well as to the motherboard SATA controller. The data segment of the cable uses the 7-pin SATA architecture to keep the cable ultra-thin, narrow and flexible, giving you more room and better airflow inside your case. The keyed contacts of the Serial ATA connector prevent broken or bent pins and allow a firmly seated connection with minimal pressure. Designed and constructed to provide a dependable and convenient SATA connection, the right angled Serial ATA Data Cable is backed by's Lifetime Warranty. Compatible with both 3.5' and 2.5' Serial ATA devices. The molded 90° connector relieves the strain caused by standard cables, and allows installation in tight spaces. ATA Drive Arrays. Compatible with all Serial ATA Hard Drives. For use in servers and storage subsystems. Mini tower computers.

Features :

  • Designed to meet/exceed SATA standards
  •  Molded 90° connector
  •  Supports data transfers of up to 6 Gbps
  •  Compliant with Serial ATA III Specifications

Barcode : 0065030840002
Cable Length : 0.45 m
Form Factor : SATA Cable

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