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1394b FireWire-800-USB2 Oxford-922 Combo Board

1394b FireWire-800-USB2 Oxford-922 Combo Board


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Manufacturer: IOI GEAR
Part Number: FWU2-IDE02B
Warranty: ONE YEAR
In Stock: Discontinued
Ship Weight: 3
COLOR BLUE
Size: SCSI Mount
Platform:  
Compatability: 

Item Works with MAC Operating System OS 9.1 or Higher Item Works with Windows ME Item Works with Windows 2000

Our Price: $79.77
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6 or more: $71.34
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Pros: Easy installation, Works with Vista and Windows 7.

Product Description


FWU2-IDE02B

FWU2-IDE02B is a FireWire 800 (IEEE 1394b) & USB 2.0 Combo to IDE (ATA/ATAPI) bridgeboard featuring the Oxford OXUF-922L FireWire 800 (IEEE 1394b) & USB 2.0 Combo to IDE (ATA/ATAPI) Bridge Controller and Ti's new IEEE 1394b 800Mbps PHY (TSB81BA3) .

Introduction 

FWU2-IDE02B is ideally suited for tailgate interface applications for removable-media drives CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-ROM, DVD-RAM, tape drive, and hard disk drive.  It allows IDE drives (Master and Slave) to be connected to FireWire 800 (IEEE 1394b) serial bus in a plug-and-play fashion.  Both ATA and ATAPI devices are supported using the same firmware. 

FWU2-IDE02B allows users to easily hot-swap IDE drive without interrupting the current operation. FWU2-IDE02B provides the perfect solution for data backup and transfering of data between computers using IDE (ATA/ATAPI) devices.

FEATURES

USB 2.0 & FireWire 800 (1394b) to IDE (ATA/ATAPI) Bridge Board:

  • DC Power Connector: with mini 4-pin Floppy Disk Drive power connector
  • USB 2.0 and FireWire 800 (1394b) arbitration: Auto-Switch by detecting USB bus power.
  • IDE (ATA/ATAPI) Interface: Male IDC 2X20 Connector
  • Both ATA and ATAPI devices are supported using the same firmware.
  • Complies with T13's ATA/ATAPI-7 Draft Specification: 
    - PIO Mode 0 ~ 4
    - DMA Mode 0 ~ 2
    - Ultra DMA Mode 0 ~ 6
  • Supports 48-bit LBA for large hard drives (>128GB).
  • USB 2.0 Interface: One mini B-5pin USB connector
  • USB Bus Transfer Rate: High Speed (480 Mbit) And Full Speed (12 Mbit)
  • USB Bus Power: Self Powered Mode Operation
  • Number of 1394b ports: External X 2 (Bilingual-9pin)
  • 1394b PHY: Ti TSB81BA3 
  • 1394 Bus Transfer Rate: 100/200/400/800 Mbps
  • Physical Dimensions: 3.33" x 2.00" (8.45cm x 5.00cm)
    Fit to most standard SCSI enclosure.
    (SCSI I 50pin Connector Form Factor)

APPLICATION
To turn your SCSI enclosure into FireWire & USB 2.0 ComBo enclose

  • Designed with the SCSI 1 50pin connector form factor in mind, FWU2-IDE02B is ideal for your SCSI case.
  • End users can upgrade their SCSI enclosure to FireWire800 (1394b) & USB 2.0 ComBo enclosure
  • SCSI Enclosure vendors selling or integrating ATA/ATAPI devices are provided with an immediate and no-risk solutions to add FireWire800 (IEEE 1394b) & USB 2.0 ComBo interface to their product lines. 

BENEFITS 

End users can replace the slow & expensive SCSI device with affordable & fast FWU2-IDE02B.  It also provides peripheral vendors a unique opportunity to continue the advantage of ATA/ATAPI while presenting FWU2-IDE02B into the rapidly expanding FireWire800 (IEEE 1394b) & USB 2.0 ComBo markets. 

KIT INCLUDES 

  • FWU2-IDE02B Bridge Board
  • Ultra DMA100 Cable 18" inch for TWO devices(master/slave)
  •  
  • Y-Shape DC Power Cable (Red, Black, Black, Yellow)
  • Installation Guide.(online download only)
Important Technical Information:
PLEASE NOTE: OXFORD 922 does not support Master/Slave Configuration on USB, it can only do so for Firewire 800 Connections!


1394b FireWire-800-USB2 Oxford-922 Combo Board

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