PCIe serial adapter card
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories's new SEL-3390S8 PCIe serial adapter card allows users to expand the number and type of communications interfaces for industrial computers.
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc. announced 2 new PCI Express (PCIe) cards that allow a user to expand the number and type of communications interfaces for industrial computers. The industrial-rated PCIe cards can be used with any computer that supports standard half-length PCIe cards, including the recently introduced SEL-3355 Computer, which is designed for dependable operation in harsh environments. The cards exceed IEEE 1613, IEEE C37.90, IEC 60255, and IEC 61850-3 standards. The SEL-3390S8 PCIe Serial Adapter Card is configurable for EIA-232, -422, and -485 serial communications and provides signaling up to 921 Kbps. Each of its six ports can provide +5 Vdc and demodulated IRIG-B signals for powering and synchronizing time to serially connected devices. The SEL-3390S8 operates reliably from -40° to +85°C (-40° to +185°F).The SEL-3390E4 Four-Port Gigabit Ethernet Card provides independent ports capable of 10, 100, and 1000 Mbps connection speeds. The Ethernet port connections can be configured for copper, fiber, or both.
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