Molex 4-Pin to Floppy 3.25" Power Supply Adapter Cable - 6 Inch
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Internal Computer Components - Molex to Floppy Power Supply
This Molex 4-Pin to Floppy 3.25" Power Supply Adapter Cable is used to power 3.25" devices with a Molex connection. These cables are useful when you need to connect a 5.25" power supply to a 3.25" hard-drive. This cable is designed with high-quality materials that allow for the best electrical conductivity.
- Connector 1:Molex 4-Pin Male
- Connector 2: Floppy 3.25 Female
- Optimal Electrical Conductivity
- Length: 6 Inches
- RoHS Compliant
Q: What is an internal connector?
A: Internal connectors are what is found on the inside of your computer. There are socket connectors and power connectors. Socket connectors are used with flat ribbon cables and are used to transfer data between devices. Power connectors are used to power devices that are inside the computer. Both types stay in place by the friction between the connector body and where you plug it in to.
Q: What do the different colors of the wires mean?
A: Generally there are four wires in your internal power cable. There are two back ones one red one and one yellow one. In internal power cables both of the black wires are grounded the red wire is +5 volts and the yellow wire is +12 volts.
Q: I am about to buy a cable and want to make sure I get the right length. How is the 12 inch cable measured?
A: The cables listed as 12 inches are measured from the mounting plate or bracket to the motherboard connectors. The same goes for all of the lengths.
|Features & Specs|
|Connector 1||The type of connector on side 1?||Molex Male|
|Connector 2||The type of connector on side 2?||3.25 Inch Power Female|
|Pins||The number of pins in the connector?||4-Pin|
|Gauge||The size of the copper wire?||18 AWG|
|Conductors||What material is used for the conductors?||Copper|
|Material||The material used for the jacket?||PVC|