CardBus and PCMCIA card tester.... and accessories

Picture of PCICBI-B

PCICBI is a PCI to Cardbus Interface Board. The PCICBI allows the 32 bit Cardbus and 16 bit PCMCIA cards to be used in desk top computer systems. The PCICBI has the form factor of a short 32 bit PCI adapter board. It supports two ports, one that faces the back of the chassis and another that can be mounted at the front, back or on top through a flex cable. The controller on board is intelligent enough to automatically identify the proper type of PC cards that are inserted into the ports and output the proper voltage to the cards under test. The ports are over-current and over-voltage protected. Therefore, the PCICBI board is very useful for many engineering and production applications where voltage margin and current measurement are necessary. The PCICBI is made in USA with one year warranty. The dimension is 4.00"H X 5.5"L . PCICBI Specification

Picture of CBEXT04-S

CBEXT04-S is a CardBus / PCMCIA wearout connector header assembly. It is designed to be connected at the ends of the flex cables used in the PCICBI flex cable assembly CBFLEX02. It can be easily disconnected and replaced when the header connector pins are worn out. The connector header in this assembly is a short header without ejector.


Picture of CBEXT04-LE

CBEXT04-LE is a CardBus / PCMCIA wearout connector header assembly. It is designed to be connected at the ends of the flex cables used in the PCICBI flex cable assembly CBFLEX02. It can be easily disconnected and replaced when the header connector pins are worn out. The connector header in this assembly is a long header with ejector.




Picture of CBFLEX-02

CBFLEX02 is a flex cable that connects the PCICBI main board to the replaceable header assembly CBEXT04. The standard length is 4 inches.




Picture of CBISAIRQ

CBISAIRQ is a PCICBI to ISA interrupt interface board. A ribbon cable is used to connect between the PCICBI and this board, which plugs into a ISA expansion slot. Additional PCICBI interrupts are carried over to the IRQs in the ISA system. Each IRQ is pre-assigned to a particular ISA IRQ. Each IRQ can be jumper enabled or disabled.


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