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FireWire Cable attaches a PC device to your computer for a transmission rate of up to 400 Mbps. Compatible with all Apple FireWire and Sony i.LINK devices. Complies with the latest IEEE 1394 standards. 4-Pin to 6-Pin FireWire Cable is 6' long.
Cable Connectors: 1 x 4-pin Male IEEE 1394 FireWire, 1 x 6-pin Male IEEE 1394 FireWire
Cable Length: 6 ft
Product Title: Belkin FireWire Cable
Power Score: 4.5 | 18 Reviews
Warranty Information: Lifetime
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Category: Other Network Cables
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Technical Support URL: http://www.belkin.com/support/index.html
Manufacturer Description: FireWire/iLink IEEE 1394 Cable
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Case Pack Quantity: 1
Description: FireWire/iLink Cable IEEE 1394 - 4 pin/IEEE 1394 - 6 pin
End A Connectors: IEEE 1394 - 6 pin Powered
End B Connectors: IEEE 1394 - 4 pin Unpowered
Base Warranty: Lifetime
Country of Origin: China
Brand Name: Belkin
Technical Support Phone Number: 800-223-5546ext2263
Second End Connector: 1 x 6-pin Male IEEE 1394 FireWire
Frequency Band: Up to 400 Mbits/sec High Speed Data transmissionQuad shielding (S-400 specification) ensures maximum speed with no data lossApple® FireWire® and Sony i.LINK® compatible.Plug and Play TechnologyHotPluggableTwisted pair construction for extreme velocity data transfer ratesMolded strain relief and PVC overmolding to ensure a lifetime of error-free data transmissionsOuter shield and inner shield (foil and braid) ensures compliance with the latest IEEE 1394 standards, which reduces radio frequency and electro-magnetic interference
Cable Type: IEEE 1394 (Firewire/iLink)
Manufacturer Sku: F3N401-06-ICE
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Product Reviews (10)
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If you trust any old cable for your precious video, your results may not always be the best. With these cables you can trust that you are getting solid connection and reliable data flow.
By Pete on Adorama - Feb 20, 2009
Strengths: Fast connection when compared with usb 1.0
It a simple tool; it does its job well. Make sure that you get the right connection; this one works fine for connecting a maxtor 1 touch (6 pin) to an i.link capable (4 pin) Toshiba laptop.
By amitabh_s - Jul 27, 2005
This product is very good. I got...
Strengths: Cheap and reliable!Got it for a very cheap price as a new in original box.works great so far.
Weakness: Couldnt find any weakness!
This product is very good. I got it through one of the vendors in pricegrabber.com for a very cheap price and it works great till now.Great for downloading images/movies etc
By din_jig - Jul 5, 2005
I use this cable to connect an...
Strengths: High quality, durable, extremely fast, yet comes at a very competetive price! Great deal!
Weakness: None so far.
I use this cable to connect an external hard drive to my Gateway laptop and in works great! The file transfer rate is very fast. I use firewire cable because it is much faster than using conventional USB 1.1 and some reviews on the net claim that firewire is even faster than USB 2.0! One great thing I love about firewire is that Windows/Mac OS will automatically detect the hardware that you...
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I use this cable to connect an external hard drive to my Gateway laptop and in works great! The file transfer rate is very fast. I use firewire cable because it is much faster than using conventional USB 1.1 and some reviews on the net claim that firewire is even faster than USB 2.0! One great thing I love about firewire is that Windows/Mac OS will automatically detect the hardware that you connect to your computer, without having to install any driver, which unfortunately would be the case if you use USB connection. I would recommend this cable to anyone!
By anakmalaya - Jun 28, 2005
Need to have instructions how to...
Strengths: It is fast and running smoothly.
Weakness: Do not have instructions how to put in the usb.
Need to have instructions how to put in the pc 's usb. My win xp has some usb and have no idea which one to put in.
By tadisaus2 - Jun 15, 2005