Elbow Slim SAS Internal cable


Published:

2021-09-15

The invention relates to the technical field of computer, in particular to an internal cable of an elbow Slim SAS. In the past, the internal cables of the Slim SAS were usually arranged in a straight head on the motherboard. This way often causes the insertion and removal inconvenience, resulting in the motherboard space tension, and then cause structural interference in use. This structure has undoubtedly brought inconvenience to users, so how to make the cable more convenient to plug in the motherboard, occupy less space is the common aspirations of users.

Elbow Slim SAS Internal cable

  

The invention relates to the technical field of computer, in particular to an internal cable of an elbow Slim SAS. In the past, the internal cables of the Slim SAS were usually arranged in a straight head on the motherboard. This way often causes the insertion and removal inconvenience, resulting in the motherboard space tension, and then cause structural interference in use. This structure has undoubtedly brought inconvenience to users, so how to make the cable more convenient to plug in the motherboard, occupy less space is the common aspirations of users.

In view of the shortcomings of the existing technology, the technician provides an elbow tube as an internal cable. The utility model relates to an elbow tube cable, which is realized in the following ways. Its structural characteristics lie in that it comprises a cable plug, a elbow tube cable and a motherboard. The cable plug is installed on the motherboard, the socket of the cable plug is installed on the upper end face, and the cable in the elbow tube is bent on the socket of the cable plug.

The existing Slim SAS internal cables connect the main ports of the motherboard to the other motherboards, the sub-ports of each SATA port on the SAS backplane, and the cables connecting the main and sub-ports. The SAS backplane has four SATA ports. The four sub-ports of the Slim SAS internal cable are connected to each of the four SATA ports. Then, the sub-ports are connected to the main port through cables. The main interface has 36 pins, and each pin on the main interface is connected to the motherboard or corresponding board card by cable.

These internal Slim SAS cables enable the indicator light on the front panel of the case to show the running status of the hard disk on the back panel. It also includes the main interface connecting the motherboard to the other boards, the sub-interface connecting each SATA interface on the SAS backplane, and the cable connecting the main interface to the sub-interface. The Slim SAS cable has 36 pins in the main port connecting the motherboard to the boards. The signal port is connected to the A8, A9, AIO, All, B8, B9, BIO and Bll pins in the main port via signal cables. These pins in the main port are connected to the front panel of the case.

In addition to the main ports connecting the motherboard to other boards, the SATA subports on the SAS backplane, and the cables connecting the main and subports, these internal Slim SAS cables also have a signal port that reads the health signal of the hard disk on the backplane and connects to the corresponding pins of the main port via signal cables. Compared with the prior art, the invention has the advantages of reasonable design, simple structure, convenient display of the running state of the hard disk, convenient maintenance and overhaul of the hard disk, and good popularization and use value.

Compared with the prior art, the utility model has the following outstanding beneficial effects: solves the problem of insufficient space of the main board, improves the straight Slim SAS cable into the internal cable of the elbow Slim SAS, and solves the problem of structural interference caused by narrow space in use. Easy to plug and pull. The internal cables of the elbow Slim SAS make it easier to insert and remove cables from the motherboard. Reasonable design, simple structure, can easily display the running state of the hard disk, hard disk maintenance and repair to provide convenience.