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1m 3ft IEEE 1394 6-Pin to 9-Pin FireWire Cable

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1m 3ft IEEE 1394 6-Pin to 9-Pin FireWire Cable provides quick, Plug-and-Play data transfer from devices such as digital camcorders to your laptop or another audio video device Up to 400 Mbps. With features such as the extreme-velocity data-transfer rates via its twisted-pair construction, this FireWire cable is the obvious choice for any user.
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  • Specifications:

    • This FireWire cable transmits data at speeds of up to 400Mbps
    • The cable installs with Plug-and-Play ease from any 6-pin to 9-pin port
    • The cable provides error-free data transmissions via molded-strain relief and PVC overmolding
    • This FireWire cable offers compatibility with IEEE standard 1394b compliant
    • Molded strain relief ensures years of trouble-free data transmissions
    • Connectors: 9-pin to 6-pin (Gold plated)
    • Data Transfer Speeds: 400 Mbps
    • Backward Compatible: Connects Firewire 800 devices to legacy 1394a ports
    • Designed for: Digital camcorders, scanners, printers, storage devices and other Firewire devices
    • Compatibility: PC, Mac, Sun and other IEEE-1394 equipped computers
    • Length: 1m / 3ft


    Anpu 1m 3ft IEEE 1394 6-Pin to 9-Pin FireWire Cable

    • This FireWire cable transmits data at speeds of up to 400Mbps

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    What Is a Firewire Cable Used For?

    • A FireWire cable is used for many applications involving audio and video. The purpose of a FireWire cable is similar to a USB cable, but since FireWire has the capability of faster transfer rates, it has become the preferred method when large files are present. FireWire was developed by Apple in the 1980s, with many contributions from other companies and became commonplace in the mid-1990s. Another name that someone might see for FireWire is IEEE 1394


    • There are varied speeds at which FireWire operates. Older versions transfer at a rate of 100 megabits per second (mbps). FireWire 400, which transferred at 400 mbps came about in 1995. In 2002, FireWire 800 released and is able to transfer large files at 800 mbps. Improvements in 2008 were announced, and will involve speeds of 1.6 Gigabits and 3.2 Gigabits per second, while March 2009 brought an announcement of 6.4 Gigabits per second on devices to be released in 2010 and beyond.

    Digital Video:

    • One of the uses for FireWire cable is for digital video. When camcorders received the ability to record in high definition, a better way to transfer the crisp video was needed and a FireWire port was added for this reason. Mini-DV, DVD and Hard drive camcorders utilize a FireWire port because the digital files run large and using a USB cable might drop video frames in the transfer


    • The most common cable used for networking is Ethernet. But in most Windows (Millennium and newer), the Mac OS, and Linux, FireWire support was included for networking purposes. Computers could be hooked together in ad-hoc fashion (local) to create a fast network where multimedia was important to a household or business. In 2004, Microsoft did not include FireWire networking support for Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 and declared it would not add subsequent support for additional Windows

    Live Streaming:

    • Some cable boxes use a FireWire cable to stream On Demand programming because movies and TV shows are situated on a cable company's storage unit and a fast method of getting that video to a customer needs to be efficient. Besides streaming, the cable boxes also provide DVR recording support via FireWire. If a customer's cable box does not have FireWire, the cable company must provide one upon request

    Other Versions:

    • While IEEE-1394 is a familiar version of FireWire, other standards do exist. The CCP, or the Customer Convenience Port is used by the automotive industry. Sony's i.LINK is integrated into many Sony devices like camcorders, digital cameras and the Sony PlayStation 3. Texas Instrument's version of FireWire is called Lynx, but does the same thing. It's just used in many Texas Instrument's equipment

    Package Included:

    • 1 x 1m 3ft IEEE 1394 6-Pin to 9-Pin FireWire Cable

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