QSCLP-100 Quatech 4-Port Low Profile, PCI Card
The perfect solution for adding multiple high-speed serial ports to any
PC, Server, Thin Client or Embedded System.
This Quatech QSCLP-100 4-Port RS-232 PCI Card features four (4) independent RS-232 ports and provides speeds of up to 921.6 kbps! This PCI card comes with a standard and low profile bracket and is designed to provide greater flexibility for embedded systems, thin-clients, and desktop and server environments.
Quatech QSCLP-100 4-Port RS-232 PCI Card with Standard and Low Profile Brackets
Chipset: PLX PCI9030-AA60PI
Four (4) independent RS-232 ports
Speeds up to 921.6 kbps
Universal PCI connector compatible with 3.3V and 5V systems
Comply with MD1 Low Profile Board (fits 2U racks without riser cards)
Includes low profile bracket
16550 UARTs with 16-byte FIFOs (1,2, 4 port boards)
Full modem control and hardware and software flow control
Standard DB-9 connectors
Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista & Linux support
Quatec 4-Port RS-232 Low Profile / Standard PCI Card
D-44 to 4 D-9 cable P/N: QSCLP-100
Low profile bracket (standard bracket pre-attached)
9-pin Female Surge suppression
Drivers and Manual on CD
The ideal solution for adding serial connectivity to a wide variety of desktop, server and embedded systems, Quatech UniversalPCI (low profile) serial boards are the most reliable in the industry. These UPCI serial boards use a Universal PCI connector compatible with both the 3.3V and 5V signaling. They are designed on the smallest MD1 Low Profile PCI footprint, but come with both a full size ORB for standard systems, and a smaller ORB for use in Low Profile backplanes to fit even 2U racks without riser cards. Available in 1, 2, 4 and 8 port counts, RS-232 or RS-422/485 (1 and 2 ports only). Standard height Quatech Serial PCI Boards are also available from Quatech. Quatech Universal PCI (low profile) boards provide truly universal connectivity, enabling a single product to be used to implement systems with dramatically different resource requirements. The Low Profile PCI footprint was designed to provide greater flexibility for embedded systems, thin-clients, and desktop and server environments. The boards are mechanically similar to standard PCI boards, but use a shorter board and a different mounting bracket. They are designed to fit into systems as low as 3.350"" without using riser cards. The boards are built on 32-bit addressing, and can be used in standard PCI backplanes or with specialized Low Profile PCI brackets. Quatech's boards are built using the smallest (MD1) Low Profile board specification, which allows them to be used in even the smallest size systems without riser cards. PCI 2.3 requires that all plug-in cards support 3.3V signaling. However, many systems still use 5V signaling. Quatech UniversalPCI (Low Profile) boards are designed to accommodate both system types by using a Universal PCI connector compatible with both 3.3V and 5V signaling. They are also compatible with both 32-bit and 64-bit systems. This means that they can be used with current equipment, and will not need to be replaced as systems are upgraded. It also means that a single serial board solution can be used across a diverse network comprised of many different types of computer.