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SYBA PCI Serial 2xDB-9(RS232) w/Low Profile Brackets

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SYBA Controller Card SD-PCI15039 PCI Serial 2xDB-9 with Low Profile Brackets Retail

Part Number: SD-PCI15039
Description: Using the latest chipset which supports Windows 8, this controller card is ideal for connecting to modem, cellular phone, PDA, ISDN terminal adapter, satellite receiver, graphic tablet, bar code scanner, label printer, automated teller machine, GPS, finger print identification, Infra-Red transceiver, packet radio, magnetic card reader, Pos devices, multi-modem dail-up server, digital camera, automation interface, and card reader. Keeps old Serial devices alive!

Package Info
  • Dimension: L 7 x W 5.5 x H 1.5 inch
  • Weight: 0.4 lb
  • UPC: 810154013821
Package Includes
  • 2-port Serial PCI Multi-I/O Card
  • Driver CD
  • User's Manual
  • Low Profile Brackets x 2
Software Requirement : 

  • Windows 8.1 32/64-bit
  • Windows 8 32/64-bit
  • Windows 7 32/64-bit
  • Vista 32/64-bit
  • Windows XP 32/64-bit
  • Windows ME
  • Windows 98SE
  • Server 2008 32/64-bit
  • Server 2003 32/64-bit
  • Server 2000
  • Linux
  • DOS
  • Supports Both Standard Profile and Low Profile Computer Chassis
  • Jumper Settings: (Voltage for Pin 1 and 9 of Each Serial DB9 Connector)
  • CD/RI
  • +5V
  • +12V
  • Fully Compliant with PCI Local Bus Specification Revision 2.3
  • Supports Multiple Cards on One PC
  • Supports PCI Power management 1.2
  • Compatible to Industrial Standard 16C450, 16C550, 16C552 and Enhanced UART
  • Fast Data Rate up to 115.2K bits/sec on Each Port
  • Supports Hardware and Software Flow Control
  • Supports 5-, 6-, 7-, 8-bit Characters
  • Supports 1 or 2 Stop Bit Generation
  • Supports Even, Odd or No Parity Bit Generation and Detection
  • Built-in 16-byte Depth FIFO in Transmit & Receive Paths of Each Port
  • Built-in Molex Power Feed for Extra Power
  • Does not support Remap on I/O Address & IRQ

  • Model: IO-PCI-2S-LP
  • 20 Units in Stock

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 28 September, 2012.