Brainboxes CC-525 PCI 2 x RS422/485 18MBaud Serial Card

Brainboxes
Scan code: LN28364 Manufacturer code: CC-525 Request call
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Product Overview PCI card providing 2 industry standard 9 pin RS422/485 serial COM ports in a single PCI slot. On board Zener diodes ensure electrical protection.

Stunning ULTRA 15 or 18 megabaud data transfer rates!! And 128 byte deep FIFO guarntees uncompromising performance and fault free use.

With Brainboxes Lifetime Support and 3 Year Warranty!
Features 2 Port RS422/485
32 bit and 64 bit PCI Compatible
128 Byte FIFO with user definable trigger level
15 and 18 MEGABAUD data rate options
Standard Profile
Full Duplex and Half Duplex Autogating
Transient Spike Protection
Drivers for all popular operating systems
Sample programs, Test and Terminal software- all with source code
Lifetime Support and Lifetime Warranty
Specifications
Specifications
Interface PCI (32 bit)
Connectivity 2 x RS422/485
Warranty

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