Molded Round 2-Device Floppy Drive Cable - Blue - 18 Inch
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Molded Round 2-Device Floppy Drive Cable - Blue - 18 Inch

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MOLDED ROUND 2-DEVICE FLOPPY DRIVE CABLE

  • Connects two floppy drives to your motherboard or host controller
  • Available in Black, Red or Blue
Product Features
Connect any 3.5in floppy drive to your controller with the Molded Round Floppy Drive. The slimline design reduces internal cable clutter for a clean, professional look. This slim profile will reduce overheating by allowing more air flow inside your case. The flexibility of the floppy cable makes them easier to install and fasten down with cable ties. The Molded Round Floppy Drive Cable features two 34-pin drive connectors and is designed for drive A and drive B locations. It is designed to work with 3.5in floppy drives and older tape back-up drives.
  • Connectors: 3 x 34-pin IDC
  • Number of Connections: 3
  • Application: Connects internal floppy devices to internal controller
  • Designed for: Data transfer and floppy device control
  • Reduce overheating and save internal space
  • Easier to install than flat ribbon cables
  • Ideal for 1U servers and gaming/overclocked systems
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Q: What is ribbon cable?

A: Ribbon cable is flat and wide and made up of a lot of wires running parallel to one another. It is used when you have a lot of connections to be made but do not want a big mess of wires.

Q: What are ribbon cables used for?

A: Ribbon cables are often found inside of electronics including computer hard drives, floppy drives, and CD players. Because of their thin and flat design, they are great for those places where there is not much room.

Q: How can I tell which direction is correct when connecting the ribbon cable to my device?

A: On flat ribbon cables, you will find that it has a red strip running along one edge. This is to indicate where pin 1 is located. Other ribbon cables have wires that are color coded to be easily matched up during installation. This is done so that you do not reverse the connection, which can damage your electronics.

Q: What is the difference between round and flat ribbon cables?

A: There is no difference other than the shape. Flat ribbon cables are often used inside devices while round ribbon cables are used on the outside because of their less cluttered look.

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