Optimized for embedded applications where reduced form factor, modularity, field upgradeability, and low-power consumption are important design considerations, the Xpand104 single-slot PCMCIA adapter requires only a single +5V power supply for operation and is available in both standard (0�C to +70�C) and extended temperature (-40�C to +85�C) versions. A variety of PC Card functionality can be utilized with this product, including wireless communication, Flash/SRAM memory, global positioning (GPS), Ethernet, cellular/landline modem, parallel port, serial port, a/d conversion, video capture, and a host of other commercially available solutions.
The Xpand104 incorporates fully buffered PCMCIA signals for hot insertion/removal and features low power consumption, suspend mode, programmable memory and I/O windows, as well as jumperless IRQ steering from PC Card to system. Compatible with the Intel� 82365SL- register set, this product has driver support built into most operating systems with PCMCIA device drivers (i.e. Windows�, Linux�).
Pricing & Availability
This product is currently is stock and priced at $94/each in volume orders of 100+ units.
Xpand104 Product Family
For users that require more than one PC Card slot with sockets oriented in either a right-loading, left-loading or top-loading format, Parvus also offers its Xpand104 dual-slot PC/104 PCMCIA adapters, as well as True-IDE ATA hard drive adapters.
Parvus Corporation is a leading North American manufacturer and systems integrator of modular computer boards, enclosures, displays and embedded systems based on the PC/104 circuit board standard. Parvus offers rugged, commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) computing solutions ideal for avionics, military, medical, industrial, and transportation OEMs. For more information, visit http://www.parvus.com or call 801.483.1533.
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