TI chipset FireWire 800/400 PCIe Adaptor Card from Lycom PE-107
• Provides Two Fully Backward Compatible, Bilingual P1394b 9-Pin Ports at up to 800 Megabits per second
• One 1394a regular 6-Pin Port
• On Board Power Connector to supply up to 1.5A/12V per 1394 Port
• 1-lane 2.5Gbps PCI Express
• Low Profile PCI Form Factor
• Windows and Mac Built-in drivers Features PCI Express Features
• Compliant with PCI Express Specification, revision 1.1
• 1-lane 2.5Gbps PCI Express host interface
• Low Profile PCIe Form Factor
• Includes Low profile and Regular size PCIe two Brackets
• Fully RoHS compliant
• Two Bilingual P1394b 9-Pin Ports and one 1394a 6-Pin Port
• Fully supports Provisions of IEEE P1394b-2002
• Fully Supports Provisions of IEEE 1394a-2000 and 1394-1995 Standard
• Fully compliant with 1394 Open Host Controller Interface (OHCI) Spec 1.1 and Rev 1.2 Draft
• Supports data transfer rate up to 800 Mbps
• Two Bilingual 1394b 9-pin Ports at S800 or S400b speed
• One 1394a-2000 Fully Compliant 6-Pin Port at S400, S200, S100 speed
• On Board Molex mini 4Pin Power connector to have sufficient 1394 1.5A/12V bus power from PC power supply
• Supports Plug and Play
• Apple Mac OS X v10.2.4 or newer support Built-in 800Mbps driver
• Windows 98, ME Built-in driver support
• ubCoreTM free driver support 32bit / 64bit Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003, 2008, 2000
• Chipset : TI
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- 12 months
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- RTB Period:
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