- HP68 (Half Pitch 68) Female to HP50 (Half Pitch 50) Male
Probably the most common SCSI connector used today. Used on all SCSI Wide applications and some old DEC single-ended SCSI
this connector provides a highly secure connection. Used for scsi-3 applications: scanner, removable
storage drive, controller, external cdr/cdrw, ultra/2. The HP68 connector has
68-pins arranged in two rows one on top of the other. The top row has 34 pins and
the lower row has 34 pins.
Half Pitch 50 Male (Micro DB50 Male)
Used for scsi-2 applications: scanner, removable storage drive, controller, external
cdr/cdrw. The Micro DB50 connector has 50-pins arranged in two rows one on top of
the other. The top row has 25 pins and the lower row has 25 pins. Most 8-bit SCSI FAST
(up to 10 Mbytes/sec) computers and host adapters use this 50-pin High-Density connector.
Commonly used on Apples and Mac, and some older Sun 8-bit workstations. This connector is seen increased use on Scanners
and Iomega Zip Drives.