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 Post subject: Would this be a possible card reader alternative?
PostPosted: Wed May 27, 2020 8:06 pm 
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I tried so many card readers that I lost count.

Anybody tried the DeLock IDE/SATA bridge vice versa? in conjunction with a sata to SD reader?

It looks promising but again not enough information about these chipsets used. Will it support these ATAPI command sets that the SP808 requires. (I assume that is what it requires)

Description
This converter by Delock enables you to convert the interface of your IDE drives into SATA or the interface of SATA drives into IDE 40 pin.

Specification
• Connector:
1 x IDE 40 pin female
1 x SATA 7 pin female (yellow - host)
1 x SATA 7 pin female (black - device)
1 x 4 pin power connector female
• SATA 1.5 Gb/s and Ultra ATA 133 specification
• IDE supports PIO mode and UDMA mode
• IDE settings via switch for Master / Slave / Cable Select mode
• Suitable for hard drives or optical drives
• LED indicator for power and access
• OS independent, no driver installation necessary

System requirements
• A free IDE 40 pin or SATA port

Package content

• Converter IDE > SATA / SATA > IDE
• 7 pin SATA cable
• Power cable
• User manual


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 Post subject: Re: Would this be a possible card reader alternative?
PostPosted: Fri May 29, 2020 11:30 am 
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Ordered this one, copy/paste the specs from the website

SATA Hard Drive To IDE Converter Or IDE Drive To SATA Host Converter. This is a Bi-Direction converter for serial and parallel ATA translation .
It includes the Serial ATA PHY , Link, Transport and Parallel ATA (application layer) controller.
The serial ATA physical , link and transport layers are compliant to serial ATA I/II.
This converter supports a 3GHz Data Rate.
With LED indicated power
Easy installation & no driver needed
Serial ATA 1.0/2.0 Specification Compliant
Automatic Serial ATA 1.5 Gbps Speed Negotiation
ATA /ATAPI PIO mode 0 to 4
ATA / ATAPI Ultra DMA Of Transfer Rate 16.7 , 25, 33, 48, 66, 100, 133 , 150, 300MB/s.
ATA /ATAPI LBA48 addressing node associated with 2-byte sector count
Support Serial ATA Hot-plug
Ultra low power consumption
Work for both AC and DC couple between the transmitter and the receiver
Provide specified OOB signal detection and transmission
Support spread spectrum clocking to reduce EMI
Support Partial / Slumber Power Management
Provide adjustable TX signal amplitude and pre-emphasis level
Slave Support
Support for Windows 98/SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista


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 Post subject: Re: Would this be a possible card reader alternative?
PostPosted: Tue Jul 28, 2020 7:46 pm 
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Did that drive work for you?


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