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Auction: IBM 4869 External Floppy Drive Case NOS

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These cabinets are New Old Stock and have never been used. They contain 
a power supply and DC37 connector to attach to the floppy controller in 
older IBM PCs.

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<http://cgi.ebay.com/7-CASES-OF-IBM-SCSI-CABLE-IBM-MES-BM-34L7054_W0QQitemZ330055601649QQihZ014QQcategoryZ64047QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem> BIN IBM SCSI Computer Cable Mes BM:34L7054. 7 cases, 1 cable in each case, each cable approx 100 ft. > IBM SCSI Computer Cable Mes BM:34L7054. 7 cases, 1 cable in each case, > each cable approx 100 ft. I am curious about this. I have been using SCSI since 1989, and I have never know a SCSI standard to reach 100ft. ISTR 2-3 meters was max length of SCSI-I, SCSI-II varied 7 to 12 meeters, and later SCSI lengths were shorter due to the higher speeds of data transmission. Can anyone comment on this? I tend to believe the auction is really for a loooooong parallel printer cable. exwisdem I googled 34L7054, but most of the hits were from that auction or seller. Less than 20 hits. Louis Ohland wrote: > <http://cgi.ebay.com/7-CASES-OF-IBM-SCSI-CABLE-IBM-MES-BM-34L7054_W0QQitemZ330055601649QQihZ014QQcategoryZ64047QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem> > > BIN > > IBM SCSI Computer Cable Mes BM:34L7054. 7 cases, 1 cable in each case, > each cable approx 100 ft. Hi David, "exwisdem" <daress@donet.com> schreef in bericht news:1168023195.513496.68090@42g2000cwt.googlegroups.com... > >> IBM SCSI Computer Cable Mes BM:34L7054. 7 cases, 1 cable in each case, >> each cable approx 100 ft. > > I am curious about this. I have been using SCSI since 1989, an...

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