Drive Bay 3.5in Ide To Single Cf SSD Adapter Card Reader

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Base Price:€21,91€26,51
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Part Number: 35BAYCF2IDE
Language: US
Minimum Order Quantity: 1

Product Details


This Compact Flash IDE adapter is a perfect solution for accessing CompactFlash (CF I, CF II) and IBM Micro Drive media, allowing you to access the flash/micro drive media as if it were an IDE hard drive.

The CF/IDE adapter can be installed in the computer case through simple mounting in an available 3.5in drive bay, for connection to the computer IDE bus through either a 40 or 44-pin connection.

Designed and constructed to provide a reliable media card platform, the CF IDE adapter is backed by''s 2-year warranty.

Benefits and Features:

  • Quick and driver free installation into any IDE 40 pin and 44 pin slot
  • Easily swap cards in and out with built-in push button ejector
  • Fully compatible with Compact Flash Type I/II and IBM Micro-drive
  • Allows Compact flash card to be used as bootable storage
  • Easy to use jumpers offer simple master/slave drive setting
  • Can be mounted in the front or rear panel of your case, to fit into any 3.5" bay or available expansion slot
  • Easily swap cards in and out with built-in push button ejector


Drive ConnectorsCompactFlash (50 pin) Slot
Host ConnectorsIDE (40 Pin; EIDE/PATA) Male
SP4 (4 pin; Small Drive Power) Male
Humidity5% ~ 85% RH
Operating Temperature-55°C to 85°C (-67°F to 185°F)
Storage Temperature-55°C to 85°C (-67°F to 185°F)
Package Contents
Included in Package3.5" Enclosure
Compact Flash to IDE Adapter
Full Profile Expansion Slot Bracket
Instruction Manual
SP4 to LP4 Molex Power Cable
Packaging Information
Shipping (Package) Weight0.3 kg [0.6 lb]
Maximum Data Transfer Rate133 MBps
Memory Media TypeCF (Compact Flash I/II Card)
Physical Characteristics
Product Height25 mm [1 in]
Product Length97 mm [3.8 in]
Product Weight145 g [5.1 oz]
Product Width100 mm [3.9 in]
Special Notes / Requirements
NoteThis product does not support hot-swapping of flash cards while the PC is powered on. You must turn-off your computer to switch cards.