Sunix MIO5079AL Serial & Parallel Universal PCI LP Board
SKU# AA00608, Model# MIO5079AL

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SKU # AA00608 | Model # MIO5079AL | Brand Sunix

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Sunix Serial & Parallel Universal PCI Low Profile Multi-I/O Board - 2x RS-232 & 1x IEEE1284 Port - Sunix SUN 1989 Controller (MIO5079AL)

Manufacturer Warranty: 12 Months Limited Warranty

The majority of today´s motherboards are not equipped with any RS-232 or parallel port. With SUNIX MIO5079AL Multi I/O board, users can expand two RS-232 and one IEEE1284 parallel ports to their system, allowing them to use serial and parallel devices further. SUNIX MIO5079AL is compatible with both 32/64-bit PCI architecture supporting 3.3 and 5V Bus, allowing the board to be installed in any slim size PC-based system with low profile bracket structure. Furthermore, SUNIX MIO5079AL Multi-IO card supports majority of the OS on the market. We provide driver support for Microsoft Windows 32/64-bit platform, Linux, making it the best and most economical solution for commercial and industrial applications.


• Expands 2-port RS-232 COM and 1-port IEEE1284 LPT on system.
• Universal PCI compatible with 64/32-bit PCI-X/PCI Bus and 3.3/5V connector key.
• High reliability SUNIX SUN1989 16C950 compatible Multi-IO controller on-board.
• Expands two RS-232 serial port with communication speed up to 115.2Kbps.
• On-chip hardware auto flow control to guarantee no data loss.
• Built-in ±2KV ESD protection for all serial signals.
• Support IEEE 1284-1994 parallel port standard
• ECP(Enhance Capacity Port) / EPP(Enhance Parallel Port)
• SPP(Standard Parallel Port) / BPP(Bi-direction Parallel Port)
• Auto-switching between ECP/EPP/SPP/BPP modes without configuration.
• Plug-n-Play, I/O address and IRQ assigned by system.
• Low profile bracket design idea for slim or portable PC.
• Certified by CE, FCC, RoHS, and Microsoft WHQL approval.
• Support Microsoft Windows, Linux, and DOS.

SKU # AA00608 | Model # MIO5079AL

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