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BlueInk USB 3.0 A to Micro B SuperSpeed 5Gbps Hard Drive Cable for WD/Seagate/Toshiba/Hitachi External Hard Drives

  • Ideal for connecting USB 3.0 enabled PC peripherals such as hard drives, printers, network hubs and more
  • Enables throughput of up to 5Gbps when used with a USB 3.0 host and device. Ensures reliable data communication with external storage devices
  • Superspeed USB 3.0 cable A to Micro B (10pin) Quickly transfer data from an external storage device to your PC or Laptop at 10x the speed of USB 2.0
  • Great for lost or broken USB 3.0 Cables for external hard drives. You can use this cable for Mac or PC applications. It is also backward compatible so you can use it for devices that are USB 2.0 or 1.1 compliant.
  • Backward compatible with USB 2.0



BlueInk Gold-Plated SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Type A to Micro-B Cable is an indispensable accessory for portable external hard drives and smartphones such as Note 3, Note 4, and Note Pro 12.2 with the common Micro-B USB 3.0 port.

Length: 1.5 M


SuperSpeed USB 3.0 delivers 10x the data transfer rate of Hi-Speed USB 2.0 at up to 5 Gbps.

The combination of gold-plated connectors, bare copper conductors, and foil & braid shielding provides superior cable performance, error-free data transmission, and fast charging speed.

Specifications

Connector 1: USB 3.0 Micro-B Male
Connector 2: USB 3.0 Type A Male
Cable Rating: SuperSpeed USB 3.0 up to 5 Gbps data transfer rate
Supports 2.4-Amp fast charging

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BrandBlueInk
ModelBlueInk Hard Drive Cable 1.5 M
Item Weight81.6 g
Package Dimensions18.5 x 10.4 x 2.6 cm
Item model numberBlueInk Hard Drive Cable 1.5 M
Compatible DevicesWD/Seagate/Toshiba/Hitachi
Batteries IncludedNo
Batteries RequiredNo
Has Auto FocusNo
Programmable ButtonsNo
ASINB078R5L3SG
Date First Available2 August 2016
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Features: * USB 3.0 Cable For SEAGATE BACKUP PLUS SLIM Portable External Hard Drive MicroUSB * 100% brand new and high quality * Made of high quality material, durableand practical to use * USB 3.0 cable for SEAGATE BACKUP PLUS SLIM portable external hard drive * Premium SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Type A to Micro B M / M device cable * Double shielded twisted pair data wiring minimizes crosstalk for error-free SuperSpeed data transfer rates * 28 AWG data cable / 24 AWG power cord * Supports data transfer rates up to 4.8Gbps * Backward compatible with computer USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 ports - These cables also allow USB 3.0 devices to connect to traditional USB 2.0 computers Specifications: *Color: Black(As pictures show) * Length: 0.3 Meter(Approx.) * Material: plastic, metal * Compatible devices: For WDElements 2.5-inch portable hard drive. For WDMy Book external hard drive. For WDMy Book Essential 3.5" portable hard drive. For WDMy Book Studio external hard drive. For WDMy Book for M-a-c external hard drives. For WDMy Passport portable hard drive. For WDMy Passport Air portable hard drive. For WDMy Passport for M-a-c portable hard drives. For WDMy Passport ultra portable hard drive. For WDElements portable hard drive. For WDMy Passport Enterprise hard drive. For WDMy Passport Essential Mini portable hard drive. For WDMy Passport Essential SE portable external hard drive. For WDMy Passport Ultra portable external hard drive. etc. Package Contents: 1*USB3.0 Data Cable Note: 1.The real color of the item may be slightly different from the pictures shown on website caused by many factors such as brightness of your monitor and light brightness. 2.Please allow slight manual measurement deviation for the data. #MicroUSB  #1pc  #DataCable  #Black  #Plastic  #Metal  #ForSeagatebackupplusslim  #Portable  #External  #Harddrive  #Accessory  #Replacement  #HDD  #3.0  #USB  #ForSEAGATEBACKUP  #PLUS  #Useful  

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2.5″ HDD USB 2.0 (2x) to SATA cable – External Hard Drive Case Replacement, Direct USB HDD Use

2.5″ HDD USB 2.0 (2x) to SATA cable – External Hard Drive Case Replacement, Direct USB HDD Use

Use this USB to Serial ATA (SATA) Cable to connect any 2.5″ harddrive directly to USB without the need of an external HDD Enclosure. Power is provided by the 2 x USB ports on the Cable. On Motherboards providing more than 500Ah power via the USB Ports, larger drives can be powered e.g 3.5″ Drives and DVD/Blu-ray Writers but have not been tested.

Product Specifications

Transfer Interface: USB 2.0
Data Transfer speed: USB 2.0 480m/s
Power supply: Usb Direct
Material: ABS Plastic

Product Feature
  • Clever and simple design
  • Product transfer interface using a very stable USB 2.0, backwards compatible with USB 1.0.
  • Dual USB interface power supply
  • Support 2.5inch SATA 1 & SATA 2 Hard disc
  • Small plug and play portable product
  • Two color indicator lights, blue & Red.

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Cabling - an overview

This article discusses the cable interfaces available on every kind of Seagate and Maxtor-brand external hard drive, the environment in which it is best to use each, and instructions for each connection.

Click on a category below to be taken to the relevant section and illustrative graphics.
See Document ID: 214431 for cabling information about FreeAgent GoFlex drives.

External drives

USB 2.0

USB is the most common connection type for external devices, whether external hard drive, thumb drives, flash drives, printers, cameras, all kinds of other devices.  It is extremely easy to use. Whether the computer is powered on or powered off, simply connect the cable to your device and it should be ready to be used less than 30 seconds later (depending on your computer's speed). 

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The USB cable has two ends - one to connect into the drive, and one to connect into the computer.  See in this image the 'A' connector, which will fit into a corresponding rectangular port on your computer.  Sometimes these ports are found both on the front and the rear of your computer.  Usually it is OK to connect the drive either to the front or to the rear, though if trouble occurs, it is best to connect it to the port on the rear.  

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The USB symbol is usually found near the ports on the computer.

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Most USB cables that come with Seagate and Maxtor-brand drives look like this. Note that the connection size for the connector on the drive is smaller than, for example, a USB port on a printer, but many digital cameras use the same size connection.

Certain Seagate and Maxtor-brand drives are powered only by USB, so they do not have a separate power cord.  They usually draw enough power from one USB connection, though sometimes plugging both of the cables in will be necessary, or plugging the one cable into a powered USB hub.  These drives are named and linked here, with a picture of their cables.

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Seagate FreeAgentGo

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Maxtor OneTouch 4 mini and OneTouch III mini

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Seagate Portable Drive

USB 3.0

USB 3.0 is another generation of USB. In computers where all the devices and drivers are compatible with USB 3.0 peak performance, it provides significantly better performance than USB 2.0.

It is also backwards-compatible with USB 2.0, so a USB 3.0 device and cable is compatible with a computer that only has USB 2.0 ports. It is extremely easy to use. Whether the computer is powered on or powered off, simply connect the cable to your device and it should be ready to be used less than 30 seconds later (depending on your computer's speed).

The USB 3.0 cable has two ends - one to connect into the drive, and one to connect into the computer. The connection into the drive is not the same as USB 2.0, but the connector into the computer is compatible with USB 2.0, while retaining its own special attributes. Sometimes these ports are found both on the front and the rear of your computer. Usually it is OK to connect the drive either to the front or to the rear, though if trouble occurs, it is best to connect it to the port on the rear.

The USB symbol is usually found near the ports on the computer.


FireWire 400 and 800

FireWire is a similar connection to USB, in that it is plug-and-play.  Simply connect your device to the computer and it will usually be ready to be used within 30 seconds.  FireWire is much more common in Mac computers than in Windows computers.

FireWire comes in two speeds - FireWire 400 and FireWire 800.  FireWire 400 (also known as 1394a) usually gives performance similar to USB 2.0.  FireWire 800 (1394b) is significantly faster, giving performance similar to an internal Serial ATA drive, and is almost exclusively available in Mac computers.

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See here a graphic of the two different kinds of FireWire cables and ports.

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See here a close-up graphic of a typical FireWire 400 port.

eSATA

eSATA (external Serial ATA) is a high-performance interface most commonly found in Windows PCs, but is fairly rare. 

Seagate products that have this connection are:  FreeAgent XTreme, FreeAgent Pro (classic), and the Seagate eSATA drive.

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See here a graphic of the eSATA cable and the port.  Please note that the cable's connector and the port look similar to that of a normal Serial ATA connector and port, but they are not intercompatible due to small physical differences.


Powered eSATA

Powered eSATA provides high performance like eSATA, but like USB 2.0 it also provides electrical power to operate a drive without needing to use a separate power cable for the drive. This interface is even more rare than eSATA. One of the types of FreeAgent GoFlex upgrade cables, which is compatible with the FreeAgent GoFlex and GoFlex Pro, uses the Powered eSATA interface.

See here a graphic of the upgrade cable.


Thunderbolt

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Seagate’s Thunderbolt adapter for Backup Plus and GoFlex drives allows some Backup Plus, Backup Plus for Mac, GoFlex, GoFlex Pro, GoFlex Slim, GoFlex Turbo, GoFlex for Mac, GoFlex Slim for Mac, or GoFlex Pro for Mac drives to connect via Apple’s Thunderbolt port on a Apple or Windows computer.

For Windows computers, additional drivers are required for the Seagate Thunderbolt adapter as well as for the Thunderbolt port on the motherboard (available from the computer or motherboard manufacturer). 

For MacOS, please find information about Thunderbolt at the following Apple support article:


Introducing Thunderbolt

Internal drives

Serial ATA (SATA)

Serial ATA is the most common connection for internal drives in modern PCs and Macs.  There can be multiple SATA ports on any one motherboard or controller card.  One cable connects one hard drive to one port on the motherboard (as opposed to Parallel ATA).

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See here an image of a red SATA cable and a black SATA cable, as well as a head-on view of the SATA connector. 

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See here a drawing of the back of a SATA hard drive, with the data cable and the power cable connecting into it.

Some SATA drives include a small power adapter that plugs in to the normal power cable inside an older PC or Mac so that it will fit the SATA drive.
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See here an image of that power cable adapter.


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See here a close-up illustration of the adapter fitting into its power connector on the SATA drive.


(Parallel) ATA

ATA is a very common connection for internal drives in older PCs and older desktop Macs (before G5), and for devices like CD and DVD drives in modern PCs and Macs.  It is a connector about 2 inches (5 cm) wide and has 40 small gold pins that will fit into the corresponding 40 small holes on its corresponding connector. 
There can be two or four ATA ports on any one motherboard.  One cable can connect to two devices at the same time. 

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See here an image of a normal ATA cable. 

Blue connector - always connects to the motherboard.

Grey (middle) connector - is used for slave devices on the cable.

Black connector - is used for master device connection.

An ATA hard drive will also have different jumper settings depending on whether it is connected as slave or master. 

Note that older ATA cables exist, but a hard drive requires the 80-conductor cable, as seen here:

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Finally, see here an image of the ATA cable and the power cable connecting into the back of an ATA drive.

An ATA hard drive that is connected to the same cable as a CD or DVD drive must be connected to the master position, with the CD or DVD drive in the slave position.

M.2

The M.2 connector is designed for small form factor devices, so you will mostly see it inside of tablets and laptops.  This connector supports both wireless cards and SSDs, as well as NVMe commands.

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U.2 (SFF-8639)

The SFF-8639 connector was renamed to a more consumer friendly U.2.  This connector is used with some new NVMe SSDs.  U.2 utilizes 4 PCIe 3.0 lanes to provide speeds much faster than the SATA interface.  Since most motherboards do not have a U.2 connector on them, a M.2 to U.2, or PCIe to U.2 adapter can be used.

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Network drives

Ethernet

Ethernet is the same connection type that your computer uses to connect to its Internet device (cable or DSL modem, etc). 

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See here an image of the Ethernet cable.

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See here an outline of the port into which the cable connects.

Sours: https://www.seagate.com/support/kb/cabling-an-overview-205479en/

Drive hard replacement cable external

What types of cables can I get for my Backup Plus or GoFlex drive and how do I use them?

The Seagate Backup Plus or GoFlex drive is designed to be flexible, so the cable module is interchangeable with several interfaces. This article describes the modules.

Seagate Backup Plus and GoFlex drives are designed to be flexible; therefore the cable module is interchangeable with several interfaces. Below are examples of these cables.

USB 2.0 – This cable is the cable that ships in most GoFlex kits since USB 2.0 is still the most popular interface available today. The module and cable can be separated for even more flexibility with standard USB-Mini cables.

The USB 2.0 cable is detachable allowing easier storage and the ability to use standard USB 2.0 mini-B cables when needed.

The USB 2.0 cable and Smart module separate from the drive to allow for upgrade to other cables as the need arises.   Additional cartridges (drives) will also be available for purchase if you need higher capacity.

USB 3.0 – This cable covers the newest version of USB offering much higher transfer rates.  This cable also works with USB 2.0 ports.  The cable does not separate from the Smart module since replacement USB 3.0 cables are not commonly available at this time.

Firewire 800 – This cable is for users of Mac computers that want extra speed from the drives and have an available Firewire 800 port.

eSATA – This cable offers higher performance than USB 2.0, but it does require a special eSATA combo port that combines the performance of eSATA and the power supplied by USB 2.0 into a single port.  These types of ports are usually found on newer laptop computers and identified with a symbol that looks like this:
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Powered eSATA - Powered eSATA provides high performance like eSATA, but like USB 2.0 it also provides electrical power to operate a drive without needing to use a separate power cable for the drive. This interface is even more rare than eSATA. One of the types of FreeAgent GoFlex upgrade cables, which is compatible with the FreeAgent GoFlex and GoFlex Pro, uses the Powered eSATA interface.
Thunderbolt - Seagate's Thunderbolt adapter for Backup Plus and GoFlex drives allows any Backup Plus, Backup Plus for Mac, GoFlex, GoFlex Pro, GoFlex Slim, GoFlex Turbo, GoFlex for Mac, GoFlex Slim for Mac, or GoFlex Pro for Mac drive to connect via Apple's newest interface.to a Thunderbolt port on a newer Apple or Windows computer.

Common questions about Backup Plus/GoFlex cables:

Q: How many times can I plug and unplug my cable?
A: The design for the connector to the drive and the cables ends have been tested to 5,000 cycles similar to past USB products.

Q: Can I use more than one cable on a drive?
A: Cables can be changed after safely removing the drive from the computer; however you cannot use more than one cable at a time.

Q: Can I use a standard USB cable with my drive?
A: Yes, when a Backup Plus or GoFlex drive is mated with a USB 2.0 adapter, you can use a standard USB mini-B cable to connect it to your computer. However, be careful when using longer cables as they may not transfer enough power to allow the drive to function.

Q: Can I use a normal internal drive SATA cables to run my Backup Plus or GoFlex drive directly from the computer?
A: This would not be supported since it would require you to leave the drive loose inside the computer or leave the side of the computer open to plug in the power cable, both of which put your equipment at risk.

Sours: https://www.seagate.com/support/kb/what-types-of-cables-can-i-get-for-my-backup-plus-or-goflex-drive-and-how-do-i-use-them-214431en/
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