PATA Adapter for Mini PCIe Flash Modules

Access SATA, PATA, or USB-based mini PCIe flash modules using a standard 40-pin IDE/PATA interface.

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PATA Adapters

 

Access SATA, PATA, or USB-based mini PCIe flash modules using a standard 40-pin IDE/PATA interface

 

Convert various drive types to a 40-pin IDE/PATA interface

 

Product name PATA Adapter for Mini PCIe Flash Modules
Host (I/O) Ports 40-pin IDE/PATA host interface
Drive Types Supported Mini PCIe PATA

Mini PCIe SATA

Mini PCIe USB

Dimensions 4.53″ x 3.35″ x 0.79″ (115mm x 85mm x 20mm)
Compliancy FCC, CE, RoHS
Warranty CRU provides a 2-year limited warranty for this product.
Technical Support Your investment in CRU products is backed up by our free technical support for the lifetime of the product. If you need to contact us for any reason, visit wiebetech.com/support or call us at 1-800-260-9800 or +1-360-816-1800.

About PATA Adapter for Mini PCIe Flash Modules

 

CRU’s SATA and PATA Adapters are easy to use! Just attach a SATA or PATA Adapter to your drive dock, and access many kinds of drives including:

 

  • Toshiba 1.8-inch drives (the type used in many older iPods)
  • SATA drives, either 2.5- or 3.5-inch size
  • 2.5-inch Notebook Drives and Hitachi 1.8-inch drives
  • PCCARD drives, as used in PCMCIA slots, and PCMCIA adapters for Compact Flash, Sony Memory Stick, SD, MC
  • Hitachi 1.8-inch ZIF drives
  • Toshiba 1.8-inch ZIF drives
  • Disk on Module (DOM) drives
  • SATA, PATA, and USB types of mini PCIe
  • mSATA (mini-SATA) drives
  • M.2 SATA drives
  • Drives from MacBook Air computers (2010-2011 models)

 

SATA and PATA adapters work on macOS, Windows, and work great with backup and forensic imaging software. When used with a forensic (write-blocking) dock, all data transfer through SATA & PATA Adapters is write-blocked.

 

Note: PATA Adapters MCB and DOM are not compatible with v5 generation products such as UltraDock v5.

 

  • Get to data on smaller, less standard drives
  • Easy to connect
  • Plug-and-play. No drivers are needed