Caution Level: Intermediate
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Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows NT4
Latest Version / Release Date: Unavailable / 04 Dec 1996
The ACT-IR220L Infrared Wireless Interface attaches to the serial port of desktop PC to give the user wireless data transfer for record synchronization, file back-up and network access, directly from IR-capable notebook PCs and PDAs. In most cases, no external power is needed.¬†It uses build in drivers. ACT-IR200L uses the IBM chipset and is compatible with multiple IR standards; ASK (500 KHz) used by Sharp's Wizard and Zaurus, and Apple Newton. ACT-IR220L Infrared Wireless Interface is IrDA compatible from 9.6K to 115.2K bps; that in most cases, can reach communication distance of 0 cm to 200 cm. AC adapter is optional. The ACT IR220L uses the HP chipset which is supported by HP-LX/Omni book, IBM-ThinkPad 755, Gateway 2000-Liberty, Psion Series 5 and 3C, and many IrDA capable notebook PCs, PDAs.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The IR220L Infrared Wireless Interface has a communication speed of 9.6, 57.6, 115.3k bps and a distance of 0cm to 200 cm and ASK speeds at 9.6, 19.2K bps. The connector is an integral 4-foot cable with DB9F. The source of power is a serial port directly and power consumption is 0.30 watts at the peak. Its dimension is 2 inches length by 1.63 inches width by 0.63 inches height and 2 ounce or 54 grams for the weight. It is compatible with the following IrDA capable devices: Notebook; AcerNote 950C/CX, AST Ascentia 950N, Cannon Note PC, Compaq LTE, NEC Infrared Notebook PC, HP Omnibook, Sharp PC 8900G, Toshiba PV3000. It is compatible with the following software; Windows 95 -IR driver, HP LaserJet - 5MP driver, Puma -TranXit, Sharp Zaurus Application Partner, Rupp Lynx 3.1 and Clipboard Link and the HP-5MP Laser Printer. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ACT-IR220L Infrared Wireless Interface errors before installing any driver updates.