Hard Drives - Any difference between SAS and SAS-D

As title says:
I am looking to purchase some new drives for my server. I have found the drives I was here:

But these drives appear to be SAS-D and my power edge 2950 takes SAS.

Please help
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I think thats toshiba's reference for a dual port sas drive! It will still work in single port drive bays.

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KenziiAuthor Commented:
Yes interface on description says SAS so I guess it is OK.
Ebuyer were unable to confirm either way unfortunately.
I would have thought Ebuyer would know... it is ok
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