Serial Boards

We are able to offer one of the most comprehensive selections of industrial-grade multiport serial cards in the world. Our serial boards are known for their thoughtful design, high reliability, and top performance, and are used to connect any number of serial devices directly to a PC. Boards for every major slot type are available, from ISA to PCI Express to PC/104.

Available Types of Serial Boards

  1. ISA

    ISA

    Serial boards that are designed for ISA slots provide an excellent and cost-effective solution when working with legacy devices and PCs. A large selection of ISA boards is available to handle serial communication applications that require reliable performance and industrial-grade features.

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  2. PC/104, PC/104+

    PC/104, PC/104+

    The PC/104 standard is very popular for embedded applications, and we offer a selection of PC/104 boards that provide industrial-grade connections to multiple serial devices. With these boards, PC/104-based systems can establish serial device connections with high data throughput over multiple serial interfaces.

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  3. PCI Express

    PCI Express

    We offer industrial-grade serial communication solutions for PCI Express or PCIe slots. The advanced UART ensures high throughput for serial data, and advanced communication functions are available to provide a high degree of control.

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  4. PCI, UPCI

    PCI, UPCI

    Standard PCI remains the most widely used slot interface for PCs worldwide. We offer a range of PCI boards that provide industrial-grade serial communication with high data throughput and advanced communication functions.

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  5. Serial Fiber Optic Boards

    Serial Fiber Optic Boards

    The smart Universal PCI boards are designed for industrial automation applications that require a long distance, multi-point, PC-based data acquisition solution. The boards are compatible with all popular operating systems, and each of the serial port support data rates up to 921.6 Kbps. For many industrial applications, an even bigger benefit is that optical fiber isolates the data from dangerous increases in ground potential, ground loops, and electrical EMI/RFI electromagnetic radiation.

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