2 Port Low Profile PCIe RS-232 Serial Card from StarTech.com
The card is constructed using a native single chip design that lets you harness the full capability offered by PCI Express (PCIe), while reducing the load applied to the CPU by as much as 48% over conventional bridge chip serial cards.
The PCI Express RS232 Serial Adapter Card is compatible with a broad range of operating systems, including Windows® 2000/XP/2003/Vista™/Windows 7/Server 2008 R2 (32 and 64-bit), Linux Kernel 2.6.11 and up, and ships with a low profile/half-height bracket installed but includes an optional full profile bracket that lets you add 2 serial ports to virtually any computer (regardless of the case form factor).
This product is a replacement for the PEX2S552LP card. Features • One high speed RS232 serial port with data transfer rate up to 460.8 Kbps
• Ships with half-height/low profile mounting bracket, includes optional standard profile bracket
• Single chip design optimizes speed and reliability
• Native single-chip, single lane PCI Express
• Selectable power output on pin 9 for the serial port
• Compliant with PCI Express base specifications revision 1.1a
• Automated out-of-band flow control using CTS/RTS and DSR/DTR
• Automated in-band software flow control using programmable Xon/Xoff in both directions
• 128-byte deep FIFO per transmitter and receiver
|Connectivity||2 x RS232|
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