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Lycom IO-118 8 Port RS232 (Serial) & 5v Bus Power Low Profile Host for PCI-E and PCI Slot

Lycom IO-118 8 Port RS232 (Serial) & 5v Bus Power Low Profile Host for PCI-E and PCI Slot

Lycom
Scan code: LN20114 Manufacturer code: IO-118 Request call
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Product Overview Add 8 Ports RS232 at Low Profile card to Transmit and Receive Data at 230Kbps to your PCI Express or PCI slot System
• Eight RS232 DB9 serial ports through 2 Fan Out cables
• Supports baud rates up to 230Kbps
• Low Profile PCI Form Factor
• 5VDC Power Supply on DB9 Port for POS Device
• Supports Windows Drivers
Features • Support PCI bus and PCI Express bus slot
• Low Profile PCI Form Factor
• Eight 16550 High performance UART (RS232) channels
• 5VDC Power Supply on each DB9 Port for POS application
• Individually enable / disable 5V DC output in each serial Port
• Two DB9M x4 Fan Out cable to have eight RS232 ports
• Supports data transfer rate up to 230 Kbps
• For Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
• Fully RoHS compliant
• Supports 32bit Windows Vista
Specifications
Specifications
Interface PCIe (x1)
Connectivity 8 x COM
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
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