Apple SCSI

Roy J. Tellason rtellason at verizon.net
Mon Sep 4 16:10:35 CDT 2006


On Monday 04 September 2006 02:48 am, Don wrote:
> > The main thing to worry about when the DB25 is involved
> > is that the cable that is used is scsi certified.  The round cable
> > that is usually used between the two connectors if it is there
> > has a special way of positioning the req and ack signals
>
> Yes, I can recall the cross-sectional illustration of the
> cable (I have the SCSI-2 spec here along with ENDL's bench
> reference...).  No, Jim, I wouldn't be inclined to use an
> RS232 cable to connect the two DB25's!  :>

Any reason a 25-wire _ribbon_ cable wouldn't be useful for this?

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