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-====== How to construct a SASI or SCSI X68000 cable ====== 
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- First of all you will need either two IDC20 or IDC26 female connectors and one IDC50 female connector. They all have 2.54mm pitch and can be easily purchased on eBay. 
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-|{{:​x68000:​idc20.jpg?​200|}}|{{:​x68000:​idc26.jpg?​200|}}|{{:​x68000:​idc50.jpg?​200|}}| 
-|  IDC20 (SASI) ​ |  IDC26 (SCSI) ​ |  IDC50 (Common) ​ | 
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- Next you will need a 50 way AWG28 colorful flat ribbon cable with 2.54mm pitch and a IDC crimping tool. 
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-|{{:​x68000:​awg28_50way_colorful_ribbon_cable.jpg?​200|}}|{{:​x68000:​idc_crimping_tool.jpg?​299|}}| 
-|  50 Way Cable  |  IDC Crimping tool  | 
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-This is how an original SASI cable looks like. It is approximately 34cm (13.4 in) long. 
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-|{{:​x68000:​sasi_cable.jpg?​600}}| 
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-Now use the following pinouts to align the cable with the connectors. Click on the images to enlarge. 
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-|{{:​x68000:​x68000_20pin_to_50pin_sasi_cable_diagram.jpg?​300}}|{{:​x68000:​x68000_26pin_to_50pin_scsi_cable_diagram.jpg?​300}}| 
-|  SASI pinouts ​ |  SCSI pinouts ​ | 
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-Once alligned, it should look similar to this. (a completely unrelated IDC connector is used in the following example) 
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-|{{:​x68000:​crimping_example.jpg?​500|}}| 
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