StarTech EC2S952 2 PortExpressCard Serial Adapter

(£60.00 inc VAT)
Short description:
Add 2 Serial / RS232 Ports to Laptop ExpressCard

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Port ExpressCard-based Serial Card lets you add 2 RS232 serial ports to your laptop or ExpressCard equipped desktop computer, using an available ExpressCard slot.

Featuring 128-byte FIFO communication, and a high performance 16C950 UART, the ExpressCard Serial Adapter card offers up to 460Kbps data transfer rates, which ensures peak communication with your serial peripheral devices.

The serial card is designed based on a single-chip architecture (as opposed to cards that use a "bridge chip"), providing native PCI Express communication for greater performance and reliability, as well as reduced power consumption and CPU load.

Compatible with ExpressCard /34mm and ExpressCard 54mm card slots, the 2 Port Serial ExpressCard includes a slot spacer for greater security while installed in 54mm slots.


* 128-byte deep transmit/receive FIFOs
* Advanced FIFO fill management
* Automated in & out-of-band flow control
* ExpressCard 34mm and 54mm (with included adapter) Form Factor
* Fully compliant with Express Card 1.0 Specifications
* OS Support: Windows: 2000/XP/2003/Vista 32bit and 64bit, and Linux
* Single chip design optimizes speed, reliability and power
* Standard RS232 DB9 pin out
* Supports ASPM (L0S, L1) Link power management
* Supports high performance 16C950 UART with baud rates up to 460Kbps and backwards compatible with 16C550 UART

Technical Specifications



Warranty Lifetime warranty
Bus Type ExpressCard
Chipset ID Oxford - OXPCIe952
Connector Types 2 - DB9 Male
Product Height 20 mm [0.79 in]
Product Length 115 mm [4.53 in]
Number of Ports 2
Carton Quantity 50
Shipping (Package) Weight 0.25 kg [0.54 lb]
Product Weight 36 g [1.27 oz]
Product Width 45 mm [1.77 in]
FIFO 128 Bytes
Ports 2x DB-9 Male
Compatible OS Windows 95, 98, ME; Windows XP (32-bit, 64-bit), Windows Vista (32-bit, 64-bit)

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