Apple Thunderbolt to FireWire Adapter
Easily connect your Thunderbolt-equipped Mac to a FireWire device with the Apple Thunderbolt to FireWire Adapter. Small and compact, it connects to the Thunderbolt port on your Mac computer, giving you a FireWire 800 port that supplies up to 7W for bus-powered peripherals like hard drives and audio devices.
What’s in the Box
Apple Thunderbolt to FireWire Adapter with built-in Thunderbolt cable
OS X v10.7.4 or later
Thunderbolt-equipped Mac computer
Answers from the community
Can I connect my WD time machine firewire to my iMac using a thunderbolt adaptor
- Asked by Dianne A from MIssion Viejo
- on 10-Feb-2019
what cables are needed to connect 2014 iMac to Canon Elura 100 for movie transfer??
- Asked by Duane L B from Cincinnati
- on 1-Jan-2019
The manual says the Elura 100 has 4-pin connector (IEEE 1394 compliant) so you probably need a Firew The manual says the Elura 100 has 4-pin connector (IEEE 1394 compliant) so you probably need a Firewire 4-pin to 9-pin (FireWire 800) cable to connect it to the Apple Thunderbolt to FireWire Adapter (or any FireWire 800 port of a Thunderbolt dock).
- Answered by Joseph V from Fort Langley
- on 10-Jan-2019
is it possible to connect a Thunderbolt drive to a mac with Firewire using this adaptor?
- Asked by Niall M from Glasgow
- on 11-Aug-2012
No. This adaptor is used to connect Firewire devices to a Thunderbolt port on your machine.
- Answered by James S from GORDON
- on 2-Nov-2012
Thunderbolt -> Firewire capacity?
- Asked by Calvin H from Glendale
- on 1-Aug-2012
Good question. Thunderbolt daisychain capacity is 6 units but that's with thunderbolt protocol. I Good question. Thunderbolt daisychain capacity is 6 units but that's with thunderbolt protocol. If your talking to the Firewire adapter, the computer should see only one thunderbolt device and allow you the full 63 daisy-chained devices of the FireWire protocol... Try it and tell us about it!
- Answered by Felix A from Montreal
- on 3-Aug-2012
Will this work with my (very old gen3) ipod?
- Asked by Tiepa T from Te Atatu Peninsula
- on 1-Sep-2012
The 3rd Generation iPod was the first model to feature a dock connector, and had the play/pause, men The 3rd Generation iPod was the first model to feature a dock connector, and had the play/pause, menu, forward, and back buttons in a line above the touch wheel. You can Identify your iPod Model at Apple Support KB article HT1353 If this is the case, any USB or Firewire 400 to Dock Connector cable should be OK to use, just use a USB one, and plug it directly into your MacBook. If you have a first or 2nd generation iPod (With a physical wheel, or a touch wheel with buttons arranged around the wheel (but not on the wheel) and with a FireWire port on the top of the unit (no dock connector) you will additionally need a Firewire 400 to Firewire 800 cable. You can plug the FW400 end into the iPod, and the FireWire 800 end will fit into this accessory. You can then use a specialist piece of software to extract the music from your iPod.
- Answered by Silas P from Elwood
- on 11-Sep-2012
Is this enough to power a Digital Camera Back like PhaseOne or Hasselbald?
- Asked by Robin C from New York
- on 2-Aug-2012
i have tried, couldn't power my phaseone P65+ for files transfer, but when you set to use the batter i have tried, couldn't power my phaseone P65+ for files transfer, but when you set to use the battery on digital back, transfer works fine.
- Answered by Xiaofan S from New York
- on 7-Aug-2012