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SATA, or Serial Advanced Technology Attachment, is the industry standard for serial hardware hard disk interfaces and is a hard disk interface specification proposed by Intel, Dell, IBM, APT, Maxtor, and Seagate. Its main function is to transfer data between the motherboard and mass storage devices such as hard disks and CD-ROM drives.

Romtronic is a 27-year-old professional manufacturer, and we can customize high-quality SATA cable assemblies for you. Please contact us for custom SATA connector type, length, cable specifications, and performance requirements.

Our customised SATA cable assemblies

Advantages of our customized SATA cables

  1. Accept small batch production orders at affordable prices, MOQ is  100 pieces, or the total amount is over $300.
  2. Ability to customize high-end complex SATA cable assemblies through extensive automated production equipment.
  3. Fast delivery, all processes are completed in-house, usually within 10-15 working days.
  4. 100% product qualification rate, all products are 300% tested with zero defects.
  5. Obtain relevant certificates such as UL, CE, and USB4 TID, providing a wide range of connection options, lengths, and materials to meet customer needs.

You may want to know more about SATA cables

Since it was first introduced in 2001, the SATA interface has undergone three major revisions. The main difference between the versions is the data transfer rate.

SATA InterfaceInterface Gb/sBandwidth ThroughputCompatibility
SATA I1.5Gb/s150MB/s
SATA II3Gb/s300MB/sCompatible on SATA I ports
SATA III6Gb/s600MB/sCompatible on SATA II and SATA I ports

The other major SATA-based interfaces are mSATA(also known as mini SATA),  M.2 SATA, SATA Express, eSATA, and Micro SATA.

Other SATA-based interfaces​
Other SATA-based interfaces​

1, mSATA

The mSATA interface is known as mini-SATA. The mSATA interface was developed for portable devices in the early days to better accommodate ultra-thin devices such as Ultrabooks. It can be regarded as a mini version of the standard SATA interface, and the physical interface (that is, interface type) is the same as the mini PCI-E interface.

2, M.2 SATA

The M.2 interface is a new interface specification introduced by Intel as an alternative to mSATA, which we refer to as NGFF, or Next Generation Form Factor.

M.2 interface SSD width is 22mm, the single-sided thickness of 2.75mm, and the double-sided flash layout is only 3.85mm thick, but M.2 has a wealth of scalability, the longest can be done to 110mm, and you can increase the capacity of the SSD. m.2 SSD and mSATA are similar they do not with a metal casing, common specifications are 2242, 2260, 2280, three, width of 22mm. There are three types of SSDs, all with a width of 22mm and varying lengths.

3, SATA Express

SATA Express is part of the SATA 3.2 standard and is not a completely new command or protocol, but rather a specification that combines SATA and PCI-E signals within a single interface, so it is fully compatible with existing SATA devices, cables, and the only difference is that it allows for the connection of PCI-E SSDs.

4, eSATA

eSATA is an extended SATA interface that is used to connect external rather than internal SATA devices. The eSATA interface is described as being based on standard SATA cables and interfaces, with metal shrapnel added to the connections to ensure a solid physical connection.

5, Micro SATA

The Micro SATA connector (sometimes referred to as uSATA or μSATA) originated with SATA 2.6 and is a combined SATA data and power connector for a 1.8-inch SATA SSD or HDD.

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