Scan code: LN85492 Manufacturer code: PEX1394B3

StarTech PEX1394B3 3 Port 2b 1a PCIe F/wire 800 PCIe Card

StarTech.com PEX1394B3 3 Port 2b 1a PCI Express FireWire Card

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Scan code: LN85492 Manufacturer code: PEX1394B3
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Product Overview Add 2 native FireWire 800 ports to your computer through a PCI Express expansion slot

This 3 Port PCI Express FireWire adapter card can be installed in a PCI Express slot to add two IEEE1394b (FireWire 800 - 9 pin) ports and one IEEE1394a (FireWire 400 - 6 pin) port, providing broad compatibility with a wide range of FireWire devices (e.g. DV camcorders, external hard drives, digital cameras, etc.).

The 2b, 1a card features a native (single chip) PCI Express chipset - resulting in faster, more reliable and cost effective performance than expansion cards that utilize a "bridge" chip.

The StarTech.com Advantage
• Add 3 FireWire ports to a standard or small form factor (SFF) computer with support for high-powered FireWire devices.
• Utilizes a native PCI Express chipset design rather than a bridge chip, ensuring a fast, reliable and cost-effective FireWire expansion. Features • Two 9-pin FireWire 800 ports, each with transfer rates up to 800Mbps.
• One 6-pin FireWire 400 port, each with transfer rates up to 400Mbps.
• Built with a native PCI Express chipset, no bridge chip.
• Includes low profile/half-height installation bracket.
• Internal power connector for high powered FireWire devices.
• Compliant with IEEE 1394b and backwards compatible with IEEE 1394a - 2000 as well as 1394-1995 standards.
• Plug-and-Play and hot-swap compatible.

Applications
• Add a high speed FireWire port to a desktop without any FireWire ports.
• Connect a digital camera to a desktop with a PCI Express slot to download photos and video.
• Connect a high-speed external hard drive to a PCI Express-enabled system.
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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
24 months
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