• pm 010 pcmcia 2xrs232 1mbaud
  • PM 010 RS 232 Pinout
pm 010 pcmcia 2xrs232 1mbaud
  • 2 Port RS-232 PCMCIA Adapter Card (PC Card)
  • Data rate from 110 to 921,600 baud
  • Detachable Serial Cables
  • 128 Byte Transmit and Receive FIFOs
  • Drivers for all popular operating systems
  • Lifetime Warranty and Support
  • PM-010-datasheet (0.70 MB)
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Description

A PCMCIA type II card providing two independent RS232 serial ports. Velocity megabaud data transfer rates and the 128 byte deep FIFOS, coupled with 1Mbit/s line drivers deliver uncompromising performance on your laptop. The detachable cables allow the PC card to stay in the laptop without risk of damage during transit. Drivers for Windows 32 bit and 64 bit Operating Systems including Windows 95/98/2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, Server 2008 and Windows 7.

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Serial Port
Ports2
ProtocolRS232
ConnectorDB9 Connector - 9 Pin Male
UARTBrainboxes 16PCI950+
UART Compatibility16750/16550/16450 backwards compatible as well as an enhanced 950 mode
Tx FIFO Size128
Rx FIFO Size128
Operating DistanceEIA - RS232 Standard
Cable2 Port Cable: DB9 connector (9 Pin Male)
Serial Port Settings
Max Baud Rate921,600
Data Bits5,6,7 or 8
ParityOdd, Even, None, Mark or Space
Stop Bits1, 1.5 or 2
Flow ControlRTS/CTS, DTR/DSR
Tx/Rx ModesPoint to Point
General
RuggedisedNo
PCB Layers4
Power Consumption210mA @ 5V, 20mA @ 12V
Product Weight0.029 kg, 1.02 ounces
Product Dimensions85x54x5 mm, 3.3x2.1x0.2 inches
Packaged Weight0.227 kg, 8.01 ounces
Packaged Dimensions160x135x49 mm, 6.3x5.3x1.9 inches
GTIN (barcode)837324000085
Operating System Compatibility
Operating Systems
  • Microsoft Windows 7 32 bit & 64 bit Editions
  • Windows Vista 32 bit & 64 bit Editions
  • Windows XP 32 bit & 64 bit Editions
  • Microsoft Windows 2000
Interface
PCMCIAPCMCIA (Personal Computer Memory Card International Association) is an international standards body and trade association with over 100 member companies that was founded in 1989 to establish standards for Integrated Circuit cards and to promote interchangeability among mobile computers where ruggedness, low power, and small size were critical. Change

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