A popular way to connect SAS hard drives to a SAS card with SFF-8087 sockets is to use an SFF-8087 on SFF-8482 Electric wire.
You can also find SFF-8087 to SFF- on the market8082 Cable, but I could hardly find any documentation about the SFF-8082 plugs and it seems a lot less known.
At the beginning I thought that the 0 of 8082 was a typo because I couldn't find any documentation for this connector type there.
However, there is a specification: https://www.optcore.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/SFF-8082.pdf
I'm just wondering what the SFF-8082 connector is and how it differs from the SFF-8482.
Is the first ancestor of the second?