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"Regular" SCSI (SCSI-1)
Description: With the creation of so many new types of SCSI over the years, the oldest SCSI implementations really have no specific name; they are sometimes called "regular" SCSI or other similar names. Since the only type of SCSI defined by the original SCSI-1 standard is this "plain" variety, some people call this variety of SCSI "SCSI-1".
Defining Standard: SCSI-1.
Special Features: None.
Bus Width: Narrow (8-bit).
Signaling Method: SE or HVD.
Signaling Speed and Bus Throughput: 5 MHz bus speed; 5 MB/s.
Number of Devices Supported: 8.
Termination: For SE, any type (passive, active or forced perfect termination). For HVD, HVD termination.
Cabling and Maximum Cable Length: "A" cable (50 pins). Maximum of 6m for SE, 25m for HVD.
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