MPX - 24794S - 16-bit GPIO, SPI and I2C Mini-PCIe Card

MPX-24794S – 16-bit GPIO, SPI and I2C Mini-PCIe Card

Add 16-bit GPIO, SPI and I2C to your system with the MPX - 24794S Mini-PCIe module.

Additional information

GPIO Interface

16-bit GPIO with SPI and I2C

Power Requirement

USB +5V bus power

Dimensions

50mm x 31mm

Product Notes

** This module is only guaranteed to work with certain MBs and SBC's, please refer to the Compatibility List located under the Downloads tab**

Global P/N / SKU

1507910

Controller

Cypress CY8C24794 @24MHz

OS Software Supported

Windows 2000, Windows XP 32/64-bit, Windows Vista 32/64-bit, Windows 7 32/64-bit

Downloads

Compatibility List

Downloads

Compatibility List

MPX-24794S – 16-bit GPIO, SPI and I2C Mini-PCIe Card

Add 16-bit GPIO, SPI and I2C to your system with the MPX – 24794S Mini-PCIe module.

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Additional information

GPIO Interface

16-bit GPIO with SPI and I2C

Power Requirement

USB +5V bus power

Dimensions

50mm x 31mm

Product Notes

** This module is only guaranteed to work with certain MBs and SBC's, please refer to the Compatibility List located under the Downloads tab**

Global P/N / SKU

1507910

Controller

Cypress CY8C24794 @24MHz

OS Software Supported

Windows 2000, Windows XP 32/64-bit, Windows Vista 32/64-bit, Windows 7 32/64-bit

Downloads

Compatibility List

Downloads

Compatibility List

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