Brainboxes UC-101 Low Profile PCI 2x RS232 Serial Card (2nd 9 pin RS232 port available on fly Cable)

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Scan code: LN26750 Manufacturer code: UC-101 Request call
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Product Overview Brainboxes UC-101 Universal PCI Low Profile 1+1 PORT RS232 Card provides 1 industry standard 9 pin RS232 serial COM port in a single PCI slot. An additional serial COM port is available on the flying lead header using the optional male 9 pin ‘D’ type serial cable that comes shipped with the card. As PCI is fully Plug & Play compatible the operating system or BIOS automatically configures the card ensuring conflict free installation. Features • 1x 9 pin RS232 Serial Port.
• Additional 9 pin RS232 port.
• PCI Bus - Fully Plug & Play.
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Specifications
Interface PCI (32 bit)
Connectivity 1 x RS232
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Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
24 months
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