ADDI-DATA GmbH APCI-7800

Category: System and Controller
Manufacturer: ADDI-DATA
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1.6 MB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 21.70.04.09 / 04/16/2009

Windows device driver information for ADDI-DATA GmbH APCI-7800

The ADDI-DATA GmbH APCI-7800 is hosted on a vacant PCI slot on the computer motherboard of the host computer system. With the installation of its corresponding device driver it can deliver asynchronous serial interface capability to the host machine. This will allow it to communicate with external devices including external hard drives. The operating mode of the interface supported by the device driver would be dependent on the SI modules that are installed. A communication cable is normally used to connect the external device to the ADDI-DATA GmbH APCI-7800 hardware component. The device driver is partially responsible for preserving the communication link that exists between the supported hardware component and the external device. The purpose or role executed by this device would range from modem control signals to automatic transmitter control among others. Each operating mode has its corresponding maximum distance for proper implementation.

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Designed with eight serial ports that are capable of supporting asynchronous communication, it can effectively host streaming formats like those used by the MPEG transport stream. The transport streams that can be hosted by the ADDI-DATA GmbH APCI-7800 can consist of a single application or a combination of video and audio data. The presence of this hardware component could modify the functionality of the host computer system in terms of handling various environmental factors like noise emissions. In order to correctly execute its functions in the host computer system the efficient bus speed should not exceed 33 MHz based on the BIOS settings. The device driver of the ADDI-DATA GmbH APCI-7800 can implement a maximum transfer rate of up to 115.2 kilobits per second with or without the optical isolation. The maximum baud rate that can be supported by the device driver using a 20mA current loop would be limited to 19.2 kilobits per second. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ADDI-DATA GmbH APCI-7800 errors before installing any driver updates.