Connect Tech Expands BlueStorm/LP line with PCI, Low Profile Adapters

9/12/2003 - Connect Tech Inc., designer and manufacturer of multi-port serial adapters, has expanded the BlueStorm/LP line by introducing boards both low profile and PCI 2.3 compliant to facilitate the needs of OS, retail, and hospitality applications while planning for the future of PCI mechanical standards.

The first Universal PCI BlueStorm/LPs available are two port assemblies with your choice of either RS-232 or RS-485 interfaces, and a two-port RS-232/RS-485 combination. These boards offer space-saving, MD1 low profiles while maintaining speed and functionality. Coming soon are four-port models offering RS-422/485 or RS-232.

High speed communication requirements are satisfied with data transfer rates up to 921.6 Kbps (RS-232 interface) and 1.843 Mpbs (RS-485 interface). This functionality and size make the BlueStorm/LP perfect for embedded systems, thin-client systems or any of today's applications requiring a serial I/O card with a small footprint. POS and Kiosk system designers will especially appreciate the BlueStorm's reliability.

The BlueStorm/LP ships with both a low profile and standard bracket, to fit effortlessly into your system. With available surge suppression, DB-9 fan-out cabling and a lifetime warranty (standard on all our products), the BlueStorm/LP is the obvious choice for your low profile PCI 2.3 requirements.

Contact sales today to find out more about the Universal PCI BlueStorm/LP or to place an order.

About Connect Tech
Since 1985, Connect Tech has provided the globe with high quality, cost-effective connectivity solutions. Committed to excellence in both product design and customer satisfaction, Connect Tech continues to build on a reputation for manufacturing high performance multi-port serial adapters for the Industrial and Embedded PC market. Specializing in customization, Connect Tech's standard products include CompactPCI, PC/104, PCI and ISA bus compatible boards, and external USB-to-serial and Ethernet-to-serial devices.

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