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8 Port MRI PCI Serial Port Card with Cables (16c550)

8 Port MRI PCI Serial Port Card with Cables (16c550)

MRI - Micro Computer Research
Scan code: LN3532 Manufacturer code: MRI-PCI8S Request call
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Product Overview • Provides eight 9-pin serial ports via dual fan-out cables
• Second four-port fan-out cable connected via additional bracket (supplied)

• Conforms to PCI 2.1 Plug and Play (32-bit)
• Full support for DOS, Windows-based and Linux-based software
• Fast I/O access speed reduces CPU load
• IRQ sharing feature eliminates IRQ conflicts

• High speed 16550 UART serial ports support baud rates up to 920Kbps. Works with 56k external modems, ISDN terminal adapters and other serial port devices.
• Built-in 16-byte FIFO buffers dramatically increase data transmit/receive speed, especially under multitasking environment.

Comes with the serial cable. Features • Provides an eight-way fan out cable so you only use one PCI slot.
• Compatible with 32/64-bit PCI and PCI-X slots with 3.3 volt or 5 volt PCI v2.2
• New Cyber 8000 Plus Chipset.

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12 months
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7 days
RTB Period:
12 months
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