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Further, with eight slots available for expansion cards, users could use up to 1,088 Dante/AES67 channels, including the 64 channels that comes as standard, at 48 kHz.
Sound, video, hard drive controllers, and other expansion cards often have their own RAM memory.
The Micro/sys OPTO104 expansion card accommodates eight industry-standard digital or analog OPTO plug-in modules plus any PC/104 CPU or I/O cards that are needed to make a rugged, compact industrial controller.
Installing a 32-bit expansion card will automatically slow down the PCI-X bus speed to 33 MHz PCI mode, which causes a concern for the demanding customer.
Staff and students can also Internet-enable many Palm handhelds with an expansion card or universal connector add-on unit.
The expansion card slot will also accept Secure Digital input/output (SDIO) devices in addition to memory cards.
For small systems that need high-end performance, the matrix switcher controls 8 inputs by 2 outputs and is expandable to 16 X 4 with the addition of an expansion card. It is designed to allow installation on a desktop, in an equipment rack, or on a wall.
-- An expansion card cage for maximum adaptability with full power capabilities and connection for up to 3 full-length or 6 half-length ISA or PCI expansion cards.
With a video expansion card, other monitors can be used.
In addition to its removable hard disk drives, the Equity LT-286e is equipped with an 80C286 microprocessor with selectable clock speeds of 8 or 12 MHz; 1 MB standard Random Access Memory (RAM); a removable NTN paper-white, high-contrast liquid crystal display (LCD) screen for easy viewing under a variety of lighting conditions; and a "3-Way Expansion System" that allows end-users to install such options as a 2400 baud Hayes-compatible modem; and a 1 MB RAM expansion card. An 80287 math coprecessor may also be added to further enhance performance.
Riedel will also present the MN-ST-AL-2, the company's new MediorNet expansion card for Studer consoles.