Ultra IDE(40-pin) to Compact Flash Adapter
    Product # 6266
    Ultra IDE(40-pin) to Compact Flash Adapter
    Product # 6266
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    Ultra IDE(40-pin) to Compact Flash Adapter

    This adapter connects a compact flash memory card to a 3.5” IDE host interface. Aiming at educational sectors, IT development, and the embedded technology enthusiast to enable the use of a compact flash card as an IDE hard drive.

    Compatible with all PC Card Services and Socket Automatic sensing of PC Card ATA or true IDE.
    Support PIO, Multi-DMA and Ultra DMA Host Data.
    Support 8-bit/16-bit data transfer on Host Data Bus.
    Integrated PC Card attribute memory of 256 Bytes.
    Automatic wake up from power-down on host reset mode (High Speed) support.
    Auto data CRC generation/check.
    On-board LED indicators for power-on and compact flash access.
    Voltage selection for +3.3V or +5V compact flash.
    Master or Slave mode selection.
    Power input: +5V, FDD power connector.
    Fully compatible with Compact Flash Type I, Type II, and Micro-drive.
    40-way (2.54mm) standard IDE connector.

    (*)This adapter does NOT support hot insertion of CF cards.

    Supports Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista Operating System

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    3 Reviews

    96.67% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Works great super bright lights

    • Anonymous,
    •  Woodside, CA 
    • 2/4/2011 12:12:45 AM

    Trivial to set up - plug in CF card, IDE cable, and power, and you're good to do. The interface itself isn't much more than remapping pins from the IDE cable to the CF card, so you're just limited by whatever speed the card itself can put out.

    The LEDs on the card are blindingly bright, which might be a problem if your case has a window or a lot of ventilation holes.

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    • Anonymous,
    •  Ash Grove, MO 
    • 5/9/2010 9:15:45 PM

    Works as intended.

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    • Anonymous,
    •  Ash Grove, MO 
    • 11/19/2009 5:16:14 PM


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