Category: Monitor and video card
Manufacturer: Acces I/O Products Incorporation
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 9.90 MB
Operating System: Win 98, Win 98SE, Win ME, Win NT 4.0, Win 2K, Win XP, Win Server 2K3
Latest Version / Release Date: NA / NA

Windows device driver information for ACCES PCI-ICM485/4

Among the many fabulous PCI cards by Acces, ACCES PCI-ICM485/4 is not like any other. ACCES PCI-ICM485/4 provides flexibility and durability. Unlike any other PCI cards in the market, this can be mounted in any five-volt PCI bus computer which surpasses 'long' cards. These cards are also tested to give effective communication on long communication lines within noisy environments. This is done because of its physicality which means that all the data lines are “opto isolated” from the computer and from each other. This secures quality and clarity in communication. The device has been tested to sustain quality even if there are superimposed, large and common mode noise and voltages. All Acces devices are built with type 16550 UARTs including a sixteen-byte receive or send FIFO buffer to fight against data loss while consequently multitasking various operating systems. Another remarkable feature of this device is that all ports are independently addressable. Each port has an on board crystal managed oscillator which allows precise selection of baud rates that can reach up to 115,200 baud. If the ports are used or changed by the jumper, it can raise its capacity to about 460,800 baud. The PCI-ICM485/4 card is automatically installed and controlled by the driver. It is also the same when the port is in automatic wherein the driver permits the data to be transmitted. The driver sustains even the transmission is complete in order to complete an additional character's transmission time. PCI cards are very complex in nature. A lot of users refer to the PCI cards as just a computer device that can be set up into long slots of PCI bus computers but they are so much more.

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Most of these PCI bus computers contain eight and sixteen independent double-buffered, digital-to-analog converters (DACs), and three 16-bit counters or timers. Intel introduced the very first Peripheral Component Interconnect bus or PCI. This stands as the hybrid of sorts between ISA and VL Bus. As such by connecting, it gives admittance to system memory for connected devices. In order for it to fully operate, it will need a bridge to connect to the front side bus and to the CPU or the central processing unit. This is the physical connection that actually connects the processor to most of the other components in the user’s computer. The connections included are the main memory or PCI slots, hard drives and RAM. Being flexible and compatible with other PC’s ACCES PCI-ICM485/4 when first installed, can easily be detected by Windows as a new hardware and automatically assigns an IRQ number and base address. No switches or commands are needed in order to set up or assign a base address. Users may now see that this card also works just like a standard COM port beginning at COM 5. Once the base address is assigned, users can never changed or set it up again. The only thing that can be edited in this PCI card is the system to which the address will be assigned. Furthermore, this PCI bus also caters to 64K of I/O address space which allows for further flexibility in assigning the card's address into 0000 to FFFF range. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ACCES PCI-ICM485/4 errors before installing any driver updates.