Brain Boxes Limited - 1 Port PCMCIA 232 Card

Category: Storage and hard Drive
Manufacturer: BrainBoxes Limited
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1840.5 KB
Operating System: Windows 7 32 & 64 bit, Windows Server 2008 32 bit, 64 bit & R2, Windows Vista 32 & 64 bit, Windows Server 2003 32 & 64 bit, Windows XP 32 & 64 bit, Windows 2000, Windows 9x
Latest Version / Release Date: / N/A

Windows device driver information for Brain Boxes Limited - 1 Port PCMCIA 232 Card

The PCMCIA is the traditional way of providing laptop computers with connectivity. As a standard, PCMCIA cards have cables that are removable, ending in a D 9 pin connector. On the other hand, PCMCIA cards that are ruggedized have cables that are permanently attached for heightened security. Brain Boxes’ PCMCIA range of products includes one or two ports in either the RS422/485 or the Brain Boxes Limited - 1 Port PCMCIA 232 Card device. This card device is capable of providing 1 RS-232 serial port and up to a maximum data transfer rates of 921,600. It likewise provides 128 byte receive and 128 byte deep transmit FIFOs, along with 1 megabit per second (mbps) line drivers for delivering superior performance on users’ laptop computers. The Brain Boxes Limited - 1 Port PCMCIA 232 Card device comes in both the ruggedized and standard versions to suit users’ different requirements. It also comes with Brain Boxes’ highly acclaimed lifetime support and lifetime warranty, sample programs, and Terminal and Test software.

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The PCMCIA or Personal Computer Memory Card International Association is an international standards group that promotes and specifies the PCMCIA Card (now widely known as the PC Card), and the ExpressCard specifications. Although PCMCIA refers to memory cards, the group’s standards are not restricted to memory devices. These cards can be utilized for wireless connectivity, modem devices and other features in notebook/laptop computers that do not have native support for the said functions. PC Cards such as the Brain Boxes Limited - 1 Port PCMCIA 232 Card device were originally developed for PC storage expansion. However, the existence of a general specification for notebook/laptop peripheral devices led to various types of devices manufactured in the same form. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Brain Boxes Limited - 1 Port PCMCIA 232 Card errors before installing any driver updates.