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Parts by Number for Type II PCMCIA Card Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
3690-37 Newark / element14 VECTOR ELECTRONICS Not Provided VECTOR ELECTRONICS - 3690-37 - EXTENDER CARD - PCMCIA; TYPE II OR TYPE III PCMCIA
3690-36 Newark / element14 VECTOR ELECTRONICS Not Provided VECTOR ELECTRONICS - 3690-36 - EXTENDER CARD - PCMCIA; TYPE II OR TYPE III PCMCIA
PM-143 Allied Electronics, Inc. Brainboxes Not Provided PCMCIA Card Type II, PCMCIA 1 x RS232 Rugged 1M Baud
PM-132 Allied Electronics, Inc. Brainboxes Not Provided PCMCIA Card Type II, PCMCIA 2 x RS232 Rugged 1M Baud
PM-200 Allied Electronics, Inc. Brainboxes Not Provided PCMCIA Type II Card, PCMCIA to Express Card Adapter

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  • CompactFlash
    CompactFlash® is a very small removable mass storage PC Card. SanDisk Corporation introduced it in 1994. CF™ cards weigh a half-ounce and are the size of a matchbook, with a thickness that is less than one-half of a current PCMCIA Type II card. It is actually one-fourth the volume of a PCMCIA card
  • Medical Device Link .
    and II, type I, II, or III PCMCIA cards. The second slot can hold 16MB flash EPROM and 8 MB DRAM storage cards, which can be supplied by the company. One of the two serial ports on the device is configurable for RS-232, RS-422, or RS-485, with the other configurable to just RS-232. Additionally
  • Wireless Printing White Paper
    option is an 802.11b Wi-Fi compatible interface. • Support is provided for Cisco and Lucent PCMCIA WLAN radios. • The interface option is fully integrated into the printer supporting radios with either end-cap. or external antennas. • The kit includes a ‘rubber duck’ dipole antenna and cabling
  • Medical Device Link .
    , such as an approved PCMCIA card and its associated Windows software, no additional approvals are required if the new product is to be sold to an end customer; the integrating company need not even join the SIG (it is free, but it requires a legal commitment to the free license for the Bluetooth

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