Lycom DT-108 PCI-E Card to 3.5" Front Bay ExpressCard/54 Docking Station

Scan code: LN23508 Manufacturer code: DT-108 Request call
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Product Overview The Docking kit with Low Profile Host card, converter board and 3.5 inch frame Bring ExpressCard/54 slot on
the front side of your Desktop Computer System for ExpressCard/34 and ExpressCard/54 support Features • Front Use Bridge Board and host card with 3.5” front Bay Frame (Black Color)
• Supports any kind of ExpressCard/34 and ExpressCard/54 Host Adapter
• Supports 1-lane 2.5Gbps PCI Express and 480Mbps USB2.0
• Supports PCI-e Based Express Card and USB based Express Card both
• Includes Low Profile host card with Low Profile and regular size PCI brackets
• Passive PCI-e Converter Board, only support USB based Express Card hot-plug.
• Four LEDs indicate for 3.3Vout, 1.5Vout, Vaux, Over Current
• USB 5Pin Pin header on board for USB signals from motherboard
• 8 Status/Control Pin Headers for technical user
• Fully RoHS compliant
Interface PCIe (x4)

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