Serial Data Converters

(164 companies)
Serial data converters are used to interconnect two different serial standards, such as RS232 to RS422, USB to RS232, etc.

Serial Hubs

(45 companies)
Serial hubs expand serial ports to multiple ports and allow connectivity of multiple serial devices such as industrial instruments, point-of-sale (POS) terminals, and barcode printers.

IC PCI Bridges

(30 companies)
PCI bridges are semiconductors that expand the number of slots available on PCI devices.
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.

LED Drivers

(225 companies)
LED drivers control the amount of current and voltage supplied to light emitting diodes (LEDs), when in operation.

Bus Expanders

(25 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.
These devices adapt data transmitted in a parallel port to a serial communication format, or adapt serial port data to parallel communication format.

Universal Joints

(159 companies)
Universal joints are flexible mechanical connections used to transmit rotary motion from one shaft to another shaft that is not in line with the first, or when alignment varies during service.
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.

LCD Drivers

(96 companies)
LCD drivers are semiconductor chips used to power and control liquid crystal displays (LCDs).
Universal process controllers constitute a broad area of control devices that may be employed in the monitoring and control of many different process variables, including temperature, pressure, flow and other values.

Serial Servers

(91 companies)
Serial servers are used to connect serial devices to a Local Area Network / Wide Area Network without additional hardware.

Driver Bits

(26 companies)
Driver bits apply torque from a screwdriver, drill, or t-handle to hardware fasteners, such as screws, bolts, or nuts.

Laser Drivers

(56 companies)
Laser drivers control and manage the operation of lasers used for switching in optical networks.

Line Drivers

(19 companies)
Line drivers extend the transmission distance between terminals or computers connected along private lines or networks.