MRI MRI-FW03/2/R 2xPort Firewire (b/800) and Single Port Firewire (a/400) PCI Adapter

MRI - Micro Computer Research
Scan code: LN6209 Manufacturer code: MRI-FW03/2/R Request call
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Product Overview The MRI-FW03/2 is a Dual firewire b and single firewire a PCI adapter. (backward compatible)

For users that require firewire b (800MBs /s) support for devices such as newer cameras and hard disks
Features Key Features

Provides 2 high-speed 1394b (FireWire 800) and 1 1394a (FireWire) ports for multiple 1394b and 1394a device connections
Built-in 4-pin power connector allows you to receive extra power supply from system
Works with various types of 1394b (FireWire 800) and 1394a devices including hard disk, DV camcorder, digital camera, CD-RW/DVD-ROM and other audio/video devices
Interface PCI (32 bit)
Connectivity 2 x Firewire

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