title-e.gif (13566 bytes)
title2.gif (4117 bytes)
SCSI Cable

SCSI is an acronym for Small Computer Interface. It originated in 1980 and became an ANSI standard in 1986 as SCSI-1, It is intended to connect a computer to a chain of dissimilar devices such as disk drives, printers, CD-ROM's, etc.

The standard has since been enhanced and was re-released as SCSI-2 in 1993. In 1995, the ANSI SCSI working committee released a further enhanced version called SPI which stands for SCSI parallel interface.

Today's high speed data transmissions and mission critical data integrity associated with SCSI applications should not be compromised by inferior cabling. Most SCSI failures are caused by inadequate cable performance. SCSI cables are among the most sensitive to quality in PC related cable applications. RAYTEC SCSI cable are designed with special attention paid to singal pair locations within the cable, in order to minimize crosstalk and are built with 25 pairs or 34 pairs, 28 gauge, double shielded SCSI wire. Impedance is 88 Ohm for single-ended, and 130 Ohm for differential.

RAYTEC are apecialized in SCSI data cables for any subsystem: SCSI-1, SCSI-2, SCSI-3, FAST-20, FAST-40, RAID, ULTRA-SCSI, etc. We are known for superior quality in the manufacturing processes of our chine-made products, and proud of our recognitin as a UL and CSA approved manufacturing facility.