PCMCIA hard drive cards provide high storage capacities for notebook and palmtop computers, personal digital assistants (PDAs), mobile systems, and PCMIA-equipped computers.
PCMCIA bus interface cards translate the data from the PCMCIA bus to another bus, and vice versa. They are used to connect two otherwise incompatible buses.
PCMCIA serial adapter cards provide one or more serial ports to a host computer. They use a PCMCIA card bus to interface with the host, and add RS232, RS422, RS485, or other types of serial ports.

PCMCIA Memory Cards

(32 companies)
PCMCIA memory cards and storage cards are used to add memory (RAM, SRAM, Flash, etc.) and/or storage capacity (hard disks, CD-ROM, etc.) to computers.

Bus Expanders

(23 companies)
Bus expanders are computer boards or cable systems that connect to other interface boards, using only one I/O slot while remaining compliant with the bus standard.

Cable Assemblies

(1,965 companies)
Cable assemblies are collections of wires or cables banded into a single unit with connectors on at least one end.

Cable Ties

(719 companies)
Cable ties hold groups of cables together for support and ease of maintenance.

Computer Cables

(297 companies)
Computer cables are used to connect monitors, keyboards, printers, hard drives, and other peripherals to computers.

Flat Cables

(325 companies)
Flat cables are used in computers for internal connections to peripherals. They consist of highly stranded, individually-insulated conductors that are laid parallel and then fused in a flat, flexible ribbon form. Flat cables are also referred to as ribbon cables.

SCSI Cables

(174 companies)
SCSI cables are used for high-speed bus connections between small computers and intelligent peripherals such as hard disks, printers, and optical disks.

Network Cables

(781 companies)
Network cables are used in the transmission of data across networks. Choices include Fibre Channel, FireWire or IEEE 1394, GPIB, serial, parallel, patch, SCSI, Ethernet and USB.

Serial Cables

(347 companies)
Serial cables are used for the serial transmission of data. They support communication standards such as RS232, RS422, and RS485, as well as Fibre Channel, IEEE 1394 or FireWire (R) (Apple Computer, Inc.), and universal serial bus (USB).
Coaxial cables have an inner conductor insulated by a dielectric material and then surrounded by an outer conductor that is shielded with braid or foil. Triaxial cables add an extra layer of insulation and a second conductive sheath. They are commonly known as coax and triax, and are chosen because of their protection against external electromagnetic interference.
Solar Cable Systems are cables or cable assemblies that are used for distributing power from photovoltaic installations.

Cable Trays

(273 companies)
Cable trays are rigid-type trays used as raceways for cables and wires.