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Add 2 high-speed RS-232 serial ports to your low profile/small form factor computer with a PCI expansion slot. This 16550 Serial PCI Card can be installed in a computer PCI slot to add an RS232 serial port solution for connecting any new serial device or old legacy serial device, with data transfer rates of up to 115.2 Kbps. The serial card features a low profile/half-height bracket, suitable for installation in low profile/small form factor computer cases. Perfect for connecting serial modems, POS devices, PDAs, digital cameras, printers, ISDN terminal adapters and more, to your system, the PCI Serial card supports IRQ sharing and operates flawlessly with Windows 7, Server 2008 R2, Vista, XP, Server 2003, 2000, ME, 98, 95, NT4, 3.1, DOS and Linux.
StarTech PCI1S550-LP Serial Adapter
1 x 9-pin DB-9 Male Serial External
Low-profile Plug-in Card
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Up to 920 Kbps Serial Port
4.7 x 2.2 inches
Manufacturer Warranty. For defective returns, Tech For Less will give you a full refund and will arrange for and pay all shipping costs.
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Join the over 1 million satisfied customers we've been serving since 2001. We inspect and test all of our products to ensure it meets the manufacturer quality standards. We have a 30 Day Return Policy and every product has the Manufacturer Warranty against defects. If there does happen to be an issue, we will work with you to make it right!
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Mark Z. - Mar 26th 2015