LavaPort-ISA (ISA 1 port RS-232 16650 UART)

  • Adds one 9-pin 16650 UART serial port to ISA-equipped PCs
  • Port is capable of a maximum data throughput rate up to 460.8 kbps
  • Configurable as Com1 through Com4
  • Compatible with RS-232 serial peripherals including 56K and ISDN modems, PDAs, digital cameras, bar-code scanners, and UPSes


ISA Bus 16650 Single Serial Board

The LavaPort-ISA allows users to achieve ultra high-speed transfer rates when connecting their serial peripherals to a PC. The LavaPort-ISA is capable of transfer rates up to 460.8 kbps, which is ideal for communicating with ISDN modems, or other high-speed serial peripherals.

The LavaPort-ISA uses the 16650 UART, which has a 32-byte FIFO buffer that allows the CPU to send & receive bursts of data from the port without error. The 16650 UART also has highly efficient interrupt handling, eliminating communication bottlenecks and resulting in smooth, uninterrupted data flow.

The LavaPort-ISA offers a generous selection of IRQ and COM settings, to minimize the possibility of conflicts in resource allocation. The board is ideal for systems where manual setting of IRQ and COM addresses is a must.

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Weight1 lbs
Dimensions7 × 10 × 2 in

Technical Specifications

Slot RequiredISA host slot
Ports/ConnectorsTwo 9-pin serial port
One 25-pin serial port

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