Digi AccelePort 4p Adapter

Category: Not classified
Manufacturer: Digi International
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 0.89 Mib
Operating System: Windows 2000, XP, server 2003
Latest Version / Release Date: 7.0.15.0 / N/A

Windows device driver information for Digi AccelePort 4p Adapter

The Digi Acceleport 4P adapter is a networking adapter designed to enhanced multi-user machine implementations. Such include office automation, data collection, industrial control processing and Remote access Service. The accelePort VP adapter can be accessed form high speed serial ports in the host machine and enable the user to utilize their PCs to the maximum by providing flexible applications. This is achieved through the adapter's embedded Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC), which is available around the 80MHz RISC processor. The data transfer speeds of the adapter are 921.6 kilobits per second. The data transfer is bi-directional and available on all ports whose latency is low. Due to its adaptability to a wide range of serial ports, RJ-45 connectors, DB-25 connectors and DB-9 connectors can all be used to connect the card to I/O boxes, rank-mountable chases and fan-out cables.

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The connection options for the Digi AccelePort 4P Adapter i.e. DB-9, RJ-45 and DB-25, connect the card to the SCSI HD-68. This reduces cable clutter hence increasing the connection dependability. The adapter has a Port Assist Manager, which is a feature that uses web reporting and management software. The feature enables the 4P adapter to execute basic diagnostics, monitor the supported programs and enhance networking in the host machine. Such monitoring and diagnostic features are also available for supported Unix OS. The small design of the adapter makes it ideal for use in small factor PCs. Further, the adapter has a Bus master design, which reduces CPU use. In addition, the options of connecting the card to external devices through the SCSI HD 68 connector assure users that connections through the adapter can be reliable. Cable connections and firm plugging of the card on the PC are some of the considerations that the user should consider before starting the installation process. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Digi AccelePort 4p Adapter errors before installing any driver updates.