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ExpressCard 34 to PCMCIA PC CardBus 16/32-bit Read-Writer Express2PCC

ExpressCard 34 to PCMCIA PC Card Express2PCC is a second generations ExpressCard to PCMCIA PC Card and CardBus adapter. Express2PCC was designed to provide backward compatibility for the new generation of ExpressCard equipped laptops to legacy PCMCIA 32-Bit PC CardBus and 16-Bit PC Cards. Express2PCC seamlessly converts data at the highest throughput speed from PC Cards designed for cellular broadband, wireless networking, video, audio and memory expansion to the new ExpressCard format. It is especially useful for videographers utilizing Panasonic P2 cards, allowing card ingestion on newer ExpressCard based notebooks. Special care went into designing the Express2PCC's timing circuitry in order to avoid clumsy A/B switches and other incompatibility issues seen with first generation ExpressCard to PCMCIA PC Card and CardBus adapters. What's more Express2PCC requires no drivers on any of it's supported systems!

Using special electronics to convert PCMCIA PC Card input to ExpressCard compatible signals, the adapter can reach transfer rates up to the full 2.5Gbit/sec supported by the ExpressCard interface. The adapter works with ExpressCard equipped laptops or desktops. Installation is a snap and the Express2PCC has been tested with a wide range of existing PC Cards including: Panasonic P2 cards, and 3G wireless cards from Sprint, Cingular, T-Mobile, and Verizon. If the drivers exist on a supported platform for a specific PC Card, then it should work in the Express2PCC without any issues.

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Part Number and Description
EXP34-DA-002 ExpressCard 34 to PCMCIA PC CardBus 16/32-bit Read-Writer Express2PCC

Features and Specifications

Win32

CE Mark

Vista Ready

Seven Ready

Features
Works great with Panasonic P2 Cards!
Supports any 16-bit/32-bit PC Card Application
Compliant with PC Card Standard 8.1 Specification
Compliant with PC Card Standard 8.1 16-bit Specification
ExpressCard/34 design; can be inserted into ExpressCard/34 or ExpressCard/54 sockets
Equipped with 2 LEDs for indicating power and access status
Suitable for notebooks equipped with ExpressCard interface
Works with The Windows XP, Vista, and 7
Warranty Information
1 Year Limited Warranty
System Requirements PC
ExpressCard 54 or 34 equipped PC
Windows XP, Vista, and 7
DEVICES KNOWN NOT TO WORK
Village Tronic has informed their customers that their VTBook product does not work with the ExpressCard Adapters. This is due to an obscure part of the PC Card Standard — Zoomed Video (ZV) cannot be implemented over ExpressCard
Chipset
First Generation: Ricoh R5C843
Current Generation: Texas Instruments TI PCI 1510
Bus Interface
Host: ExpressCard
Peripheral: PCMCIA 32-Bit PC CardBus Cards
Peripheral: PCMCIA 16-Bit PC Cards
Connectors
Host: ExpressCard 34
Peripheral: up to Type II PCMCIA PC Card
Performance
Up to the full ExpressCard specification (x1 PCI Express)
Limited by maximum data rate of PC Card used
Physical Characteristics
Dimensions: 110.0 x 64.0 x 9.0mm (LWH)
Weight: 31g (approximate)
Electrical Characteristics
Power Output: 3.3V or 5.0V
3.3V ± 0.3V @ 500mA (max.) directly from ExpressCard socket
Approvals
UL, CE, FCC, RoHS

Support

W3 Document ExpressCard FAQ for ExpressCard 34 and ExpressCard 54
Answers a broad range of ExpressCard questions including form factor, compatibility, etc.

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