MPX-4232 – Four Serial Port RS-232/422/485 Mini-PCIe Card

Add four serial ports to your system with this Mini-PCIe module. If no free Mini-PCIe slots are available you can also connect this module directly to the USB host pin header of your motherboard to add four serial ports to your build.

Additional information

Serial (COM) Port

2 x RS-232, 2 x RS-422 or 2 x RS-485

Power Requirement

'+3.3V from Mini -PCIe, +5V from external cable

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

1507938

Controller

FT4232H

Operating Temperature

0 ºC ~ 60 ºC (32 ºF ~ 140 ºF)

Storage Temperature

-40 ~ 85 °C (-40 ~ 185 °F)

Downloads

Compatibility List

Downloads

Compatibility List

MPX-4232 – Four Serial Port RS-232/422/485 Mini-PCIe Card

Add four serial ports to your system with this Mini-PCIe module. If no free Mini-PCIe slots are available you can also connect this module directly to the USB host pin header of your motherboard to add four serial ports to your build.

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Additional information

Serial (COM) Port

2 x RS-232, 2 x RS-422 or 2 x RS-485

Power Requirement

'+3.3V from Mini -PCIe, +5V from external cable

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

1507938

Controller

FT4232H

Operating Temperature

0 ºC ~ 60 ºC (32 ºF ~ 140 ºF)

Storage Temperature

-40 ~ 85 °C (-40 ~ 185 °F)

Downloads

Compatibility List

Downloads

Compatibility List

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