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

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Base Price:€21,13€25,57
Recupel:+ €0,04+ €0,05
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-55C to 85C (-67F to 185F)
Storage Temperature-55C to 85C (-67F to 185F)
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.