Brainboxes PCI Express 1x RS422/485 Serial Card (PX-324)

Brainboxes
Scan code: LN26630 Manufacturer code: PX-324 Request call
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Product Overview The PX-320 provides 1 RS422/485 port operating at up to 921.6Kbaud data rates, with large 32byte FIFO buffers to ensure smooth and reliable data transfer. Features • Fits on x1, x4, x8 or x16 PCI Express expansion slot

• 256 Byte FIFOs with user definable trigger level

• 921,600 Baud, true megabaud line drivers

• Drivers for all popular operating systems

• Sample Programs, Test & Terminal software - all with source code

• Lifetime Support and Lifetime Warranty
Specifications
Specifications
Interface PCIe (x1)
Connectivity 1 x RS422/485
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
36 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
36 months
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Manufacturer:
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