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VOLUME -24 NUMBER 3
Publication Date: 03/1/2009
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Cyber Research Intros Expansion Chassis
PCI expansion chassis.
Branford, CT — The new CyberResearch
PRO-series expansion chassis accepts input from a PCI or PCIe board in the host computer and provides up to 13 slots for additional PCI expansion boards. Programming problems are eliminated because the PCIe and PCI buses are electronically identical. Max separation is 33 ft. (PCI host) or 23 ft. (PCIe host).
If more PCI cards are needed than the PC holds, the PRO 1111 and PRO 3212 expansion chassis add 4 or 13 expansion slots and place them up to 33 ft. from the host PC. Although the PCI bus and PCIe bus are physically different, they are electronically the same, so these chassis offer complete end-to-end hardware and software
transparency. PC boards installed in the expansion chassis behave and work as though they were directly installed in the PC itself. PRO 1111 chassis come with a pair of PCI cards that meet PCI Specification 2.2. The cards are preconnected with 6, 16, or 33-ft. cables.
PRO 3212 chassis are physically identical to PRO 1111 chassis, but they come with a PCIe card that goes in an x1 slot in the host and a PCI card that goes in the chassis. The PCIe board meets PCIe Specification 1.0a, and the PCI card meets PCI 2.2. They are connected with 3, 10, or 23-ft. cables.
Contact: CyberResearch, Inc., 25 Business Park Dr., Branford, CT 06405
800-341-2525 or 203-643-5000 fax: 203-483-9024 E-mail: email@example.com
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