SCSI

Before printers and scanners migrated to the USB standard, most of them relied on the SCSI (Small Computer System Interface) or what was is commonly called "scuzzy."

If you've arrived here in search of this cable specifically, it probably isn't because you're looking to resurrect an old printer of scanner that you dug up out of your garage or came around at a sale. There's a good chance you're a part of the niche that relies on this long-standing interface for high performance devices that use its modern iteration. Modern SCSI breaks away from the parallel interface of old and embraces the serial format, which allows for gigabit speeds instead of megabit transfers.

Check out our inventory of SCSI cables to find a speedy, secure transfer solution to address your needs. And if you need to bring an older version of SCSI forward, I or II, take a look at our solutions for doing so.

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