Xclio Firewire A (400) 6 pin to 6 pin Cable
1.8M Xclio Firewire A (400) IEEE 1394 Cable 6pin to 6pin
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Firewire A (400) 1394 Cable 6pin to 6pin
Supports high speed data transmissions of up to 400Mbps, making it a popular connection for many comcorders, legacy external hard drives and other IEEE 1394 compatible devices.
• Plated connectors to prevent oxidisation for maximum reliability.
• Fully moulded.
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