ADS Technologies PYRO 1394B Firewire-800 PCI Card - Mac/Win

ADS Technologies PYRO 1394B Firewire-800 PCI Card - Mac/Win

ADS Technologies PYRO 1394B Firewire-800 PCI Card - Mac/Win

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ADS Technologies PYRO 1394B Firewire-800 PCI Card - Mac/Win

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The ADS PYRO 1394b PCI card adds two FireWire 800 (IEEE 1394b) ports and one standard FireWire (IEEE 1394a) port to either a PC or MAC system via an available PCI slot. FireWire 800 doubles the data transfer speed of standard FireWire.

Simple, Easy, Convenient Connectivity
With FireWire technology adding hot-pluggable devices couldn't be easier. Devices can be connected and disconnected without turning the computer off. Up to 63 FireWire devices can be daisy-chained. FireWire 800 devices can even be daisy-chained with standard FireWire devices.
Faster Data Transfer Rates
The PYRO 1394b card can transmit data at a rate up to 800 Mbits/sec - equivalent to 100 Mbytes/sec.
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ADS Technologies PYRO 1394B Firewire-800 PCI Card - Mac/Win
  • Software CD
  • One Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Bus 64-bit PCI (also fits into 32-bit PCI slots)
    Data Transfer Rate Up to 800 Mbps (64-bit PCI slot required for 800 Mb/sec.)
    Connectors External: 2 FireWire 800 (IEEE 1394b) 9-pin, 1 FireWire (IEEE 1394a) 6-pin
    System Requirements PC: Pentium III / Celeron or better, 128 MB of RAM or more, available PCI slot, Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, XP (800 Mb/sec. speed only possible with XP or 2000 and 64-bit PCI slot)
    MAC: Power Macintosh G3/233 or faster, 128 MB of RAM or more, available PCI slot, OS 9.04 or later for 1394a (400 Mb/sec.) OS 10.2.6 or later for 1394b (up to 800 Mb/sec.)

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