68-pin Male to 50-pin Male adapter (allows you to use ANY 68 pin device in PCs with 50pin internal SCSI controllers).
This adapter is popular with older Apple Macintosh owners, as they oftern have 50-pin internal SCSI interfaces
This adapter adds approximately 1.5 inches to the length of the drive.
The 50pin SCSI interface (8 bit) was widely used in desktop computers until about 1996. It is limited to Narrow/Fast SCSI II which has a limit of just 10MB/s. Examples of 50pin SCSI are often found in Apple SE, SE30; II, IIx, IIci, IIsi, IIvi, IIvx; Apple Performa, LC I, II, III, 400, 405, 430, 450, 460, 475, 600, 611x Series; Apple Centris 610, 650, 660av, Apple Quadra 605, 610, 650, 660av, 700, 800, 840av, 900, 950, Apple PowerMac 6100, 7100 8100, 6400, 6500, 7200, 7300, 7500, 7600, 8500, 8600, 9500, 9600, G3 , PowerComputing computers, All Umax workstations, & Most Motorola StarMax and StarMax based Mac clone computers, older PCs with SCSI support, most older SCSI CD-ROM and internal tape drives.