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Serial boards

I need a serial breakout box for my work machine, which dual-boots into 
both WinXP and FC3.

I am looking for a 2 or 4 port non-intelligent serial board that works 
with both OSs.

I need a board that can support both RS-232 and RS-485.  I need RS-485 
on at least one port....

Ideally, the board will come with a breakout box that I can put on my 
desk....

The only PCI boards I can find are either rs232 or rs485 only, or 
intelligent boards....  I need a non-intelligent board because I have to 
send specific timing signals out of the board, so I need to have direct 
control of the hardware...

Any suggestions?
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Captain Dondo wrote:
> I need a serial breakout box for my work machine, which dual-boots
into
> both WinXP and FC3.
>
> I am looking for a 2 or 4 port non-intelligent serial board that
works
> with both OSs.
>
> I need a board that can support both RS-232 and RS-485.  I need
RS-485
> on at least one port....

You could try
http://www.digi.com/products/multiportserialcards/classicboard.jsp
http://www.digi.com/products/multiportserialcards/pcx.jsp
You may need a hardware buffer for 485.

I've installed digiboards in several red hat and solaris systems
without diffuclty, although finding the device files after install
showed them to have some surprising names!

Amplicon in Brighton, Quarndon in Derby, and Arcom in Cambridgeshire
all offer useful bits and pieces.

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5/7/2005 10:48:55 AM
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