Left Angle SATA cable for DVD-ROM HDD SSD
- 18 Inch SATA III Cables with straight-through connector on one end,Left Angle connector on the other.
- SATA revision 3.0 (aka SATA III) provides up to 6 Gbps data throughput.Backwards compatible with SATA revision 1 and 2 (aka SATA I and SATA II).
- Compatible with Serial ATA hard drives,Blu-ray/DVD/CD drives,and other Serial ATA devices.
- Left Angle connection can easy to fit into hard areas and tight spaces,providing flexibility to posit.
- Includes locking latch on each end of the cable to ensure it doesn’t work itself loose.
|Part number STC-P055
|Cable Jacket Type PVC|
|Type and Rate SATA III (6 Gbps)|
|Connector A 1 - SATA (7 pin, Data) Female with latch
Connector B 1 - SATA (7 pin, Data) Female with latch
|Cable Length 18 in or customize
Color Red or customize
Connector Style Straight to Left Angle
Product Weight 0.4 oz [10 g]
Wire Gauge 26AWG
|Package Quantity 1Shipping (Package)
Weight 0.5 oz [15 g]
|What's in the Box|
SATA left angle Cable
SATA revision 3.0 (aka SATA III) provides up to 6 Gbps data throughput.Backwards compatible with SATA revision 1 and 2 (aka SATA I and SATA II).
SATA III Cable Backwards compatible with SATA revision 1 and 2
Customer questions & answers
QUESTION: I have been looking for a cable with a 90° down and a 90° left end for ever, this looks almost perfect. Is it available in black?
ANSWER：I have also been looking for really thin SATA cables exactly like this in black, but blue seems to be the only color anyone has. However, one easy trick is to use something like Krylon Fusion in black to repaint them. All you have to do is carefully tape off the ends. I was successfully able to do this with some exposed bits of NF-F12 iPPC 2000 PWM wires (used as a bottom mounted case fan, some of the wire is exposed where it leaves the controller in the center and is routed out towards the outer edge of the housing). The paint took very well, so it should work with these SATA cables as well.
QUESTION: Is this all i need for a hardrive? Cable wise?
ANSWER：Depends. Is it an internal hard drive or external? These cables are for internal mounted SATA hard drives & SSD's (Solid State Drives). If your drive is internal, you will also need to power the drive from the power supply (PSU), so make sure you have an extra hard drive power cable coming from your PSU; it can be either the old style bigger 4 wire kind or the newer SATA power connector, unless your hard drive only has the new power supply connector (it looks like the end of these connectors, except it is a little wider). Smaller 2.5" drives (laptop size drives) usually only have the SATA type power connector; and the older 4 pin connectors are probably being phased out, though they are not extinct yet. These cables work for SATA I, II & III; the difference between I, II, & III is speed: I maxes at 1.5 Gb/s. II at 3Gb/s, III at 6Gb/s; both the HD and the motherboard SATA types will be rated at one of these three speeds. It is best to match speeds, but not absolutely necessary; mismatched speeds will work (they just won't be as efficient - e.g. hooking a SATA III drive to a SATA II mobo slot will work, but the potential max data transfer speed will be limited by the slower connector.. theoretically).
QUESTION: is there a 12 inch version of this?
ANSWER：yes Sir, we have 12 inch version for this left sata cable.
1."Good price on a cable that will help you get clean routing for an add on SATA controller card. It won't solve all your problems, because you can only use them on the inside connectors of a 4 connector block... it would be nice to have a mating set that comes out further and spoons these. But straight cables on the outer 2 can be more cleanly routed with these in the inside of the bend, running tight along the card. Not perfect, but still much easier to keep clean. Just don't plan on using them in ALL ports (like we initially did), as they're gonna run into each other."
2"I bought a new Dell XPS desktop, and when I tried to transfer my old hard drives I couldn't close the case because the current XPS design is unpleasantly compact. I needed the 90-degree angle on both ends to get my drives connected. I've been using these cables for several weeks."
3."I needed angled cables for a very tight space, and this seemed just right - until I tried them. The plastic is very brittle, and actually snapped on three of five while I clicked them into the back of the hard drive. Of the two that didn't snap, the cables worked just fine."
4."The cables are easy to install and transfer data nearly seamlessly when it comes to day-to-day computer work. The only real issue is multiple cables per order, which would be a bit of a problem if one only needed to install multiple hard drives."
5"Nothing too exciting here. I had a few SSD's floating around on USB adapters and used these SATA data jumpers to finally do a little housekeeping and put them Inside the box, where they belong. They are made with precision, and with minor difficulty got them plugged into the MB (six SATA ports). They lock in nicely, and 18 inches seems to be about the right length for meandering through the box to the SSD's new resting places. Recommended .. Five Stars. Cheers!"