PRV-1220 is a low-cost, CompactFlash® to IDE adapter flexibly designed with both 40-pin (0.10") and 44-pin (2mm) IDE connectors.
|Bootable||Can be used as a boot device|
|CompactFlash Socket;||For Type I and II Cards|
|IDE Support||Connectors for both 40- and 44-Pin IDE Cabling|
|LED Indicators||Activity and Power|
|Mounting Holes||For Flush Mount or L-Bracket Installation (brackets included)|
|Power Interface||for 40-pin IDE|
|Software||No Drivers required; Compatible with Windows, Linux, QNX systems with IDE|
PRV-1220 PC104 CompactFlash IDE Adapter
PRV-1220 is a low-cost, CompactFlash® to IDE adapter flexibly designed with both 40-pin (0.10") and 44-pin (2mm) IDE connectors. Fully compatible with Type I and Type II cards, the adapter enables both solid-state CompactFlash and IBM® Microdrive® media to be used as a bootable IDE (ATA) disk drive in any computer with an IDE (Integrated Drive Electronics) interface. The product features power and activity LED indicators, a master/slave selection jumper, four mounting holes, and front panel mounting brackets.
Transparent to the operating system (OS), the CFII-IDE does not require any device drivers to work with DOS®, Windows®, Linux®, and any other PC-based operating systems. A CompactFlash card appears as a small IDE hard disk drive to the BIOS and OS. The product’s small size and versatile design make it an ideal solution for embedded systems requiring reliable, removable Flash memory storage. Compact Flash provides a robust, low-current, low-operating temperature, and highly reliable storage solution for embedded computing applications. Formerly known as the CFII-IDE.
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