That Adapter should work but I'll pas along my experience when I bought one of the SATA/USB Adapter Cables. It wasn't the item in your link but one that was similar. It was a SATA/USB 3.0 Adapter (no IDE or molex power adapters).
I tried to use the cable for cloning and imaging on 2 PC's with my 2 main cloning/imaging tools, Acronis (2011 paid ver) and Macrium Reflect (free ver).
The Adapter Cable wasn't recognized by either boot media. I tried the usual things, restarting, etc, but was unable to get either of my PC's to recognize a HDD attached to the cable.
I had another 2.5 Enclosure that I had been using for a couple of years to clone my Laptop PC. I checked that one again to verify that I wasn't having an issue with my Laptop's USB port with the Adapter Cable. My old Enclosure worked ok with both bootable media (Acronis / Macrium).
I knew, for reasons unknown, that the Adapter Cable wouldn't work on my PC's so I returned it to Amazon and bought another Enclosure that I could use with either 2.5 or 3.5 Sata HDD's.
The Enclosure is working good. I've cloned my Desktop and Laptop PC's several times without problems.
The one that I bought now appears to be available only from higher-priced "sellers" at Amazon here but another one that's inexpensive at Amazon is here .
This assumes that the HDD's are all Sata HDD's (no IDE adapters with these Enclosures).
I'm using my Enclosure as an "open-air" adapter without the actual enclosure case since I'm not using it for a daily external data backup device. When I clone or image, I just place it on my non-conductive desk while the process is running. It's more thermally efficient that way too, without the cover installed.
I did some searching around about Adapter Cables and read at a couple of blogs elsewhere where some have encountered problems with some of the Adapter Cable models with the cable not being recognized with their PC's. The comments mentioned something about Enclosures being standardized by manufacturers, although being essentially the same as Adapter Cables, will work without encountering device-recognition issues with some PC's.
I don't know if that information is accurate about industry standardization being present with Enclosures vs Cable Adapters but I've not had any problems with 2 separate Enclosures whereas I had problems with the one Adapter Cable that I tried to use with my PC's.