M2-2213 – IEEE 1394a IEEE 1394b M.2 Module

The M2-2213 is an M.2 IEEE 1394 adapter card that brings legacy functionality to newer products. With 1 x IEEE 1394a port, and 2 x IEEE 1394b ports, this card expands the I/O of any industrial solution, big or small.

Additional information

Controller

Texas Instruments XIO2213B

Rear I/O

1 x IEEE 1394a, 2 x IEEE 1394b

Extended Interface

2230 M.2 A-E Key PCIe

Dimensions

0.866" x 1.181" x 0.276" (22mm x 30mm x 7mm)

Operating Temperature

32 ~ 158°F (0 ~ 70°C)

Storage Temperature

-40 ~ 185°F (-40 ~ 85°C)

OS Software Supported

Windows XP SP2 or later, Windows 7, Windows 8 & 8.1, Windows 10, Windows Server® (2003, 2008 R2, 2012, 2016), Linux Kernel 3.5 or later

Global P/N / SKU

1507948

Ordering Options

M2-2213 (SKU# 1507948):
M.2 PCIe IEEE 1394 Module

Ordering Options

M2-2213 (SKU# 1507948): M.2 PCIe IEEE 1394 Module

M2-2213 – IEEE 1394a IEEE 1394b M.2 Module

The M2-2213 is an M.2 IEEE 1394 adapter card that brings legacy functionality to newer products. With 1 x IEEE 1394a port, and 2 x IEEE 1394b ports, this card expands the I/O of any industrial solution, big or small.

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Additional information

Controller

Texas Instruments XIO2213B

Rear I/O

1 x IEEE 1394a, 2 x IEEE 1394b

Extended Interface

2230 M.2 A-E Key PCIe

Dimensions

0.866" x 1.181" x 0.276" (22mm x 30mm x 7mm)

Operating Temperature

32 ~ 158°F (0 ~ 70°C)

Storage Temperature

-40 ~ 185°F (-40 ~ 85°C)

OS Software Supported

Windows XP SP2 or later, Windows 7, Windows 8 & 8.1, Windows 10, Windows Server® (2003, 2008 R2, 2012, 2016), Linux Kernel 3.5 or later

Global P/N / SKU

1507948

Ordering Options

M2-2213 (SKU# 1507948):
M.2 PCIe IEEE 1394 Module

Ordering Options

M2-2213 (SKU# 1507948): M.2 PCIe IEEE 1394 Module

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