Lacie FireWire 800 PCI Card
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Lacie FireWire 800 PCI Card

Features

  • Compatible with Mac or PC Desktop Computers
  • 64-bit PCI-X Form Factor
  • Compatible with a 32-bit PCI Slot
  • Full Backward Compatibility with FireWire 400 Devices
  • Dedicated Gripping Pad for Electrostatic Discharge Protection

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The Lacie FireWire 800 PCI Card is compatible with Mac or PC desktop computers. It is the quick, easy and cost effective way to expand connectivity. This versatile card has a 64-bit PCI-X form factor for best performance as well as being compatible with a 32-bit PCI slot. It also offers full backward compatibility with FireWire 400 devices (at FireWire 400 speeds). The unique, exclusive design by Sismo comes with a dedicated gripping pad for electrostatic discharge protection.

The FireWire 800 interface is cross-platform, meaning you can use your FireWire peripherals on both Mac and Windows platforms, such as fast external hard drives, camcorders, digital cameras and more. FireWire 800 boasts a maximum interface transfer rate of up to 800Mbits/s, making it ideal for speed demanding projects, like audio/video editing and regularly saving large files quickly. Conveniently, there's no need to shut down or restart your computer when adding or removing a FireWire device because they're hot-swappable.

The LaCie FireWire 800 PCI Card Design by Sismo is plug and play so just plug it in and its ready to work for you. Once your device is connected, your computer recognizes the device and automatically configures the necessary software. It's driver-free for Mac OS X 10.5 or higher and Windows XP, Vista, and 7. One standardized port and plug combination makes it simple and quick to connect and use. It has a built-in 4-pin power connector, which provides extra power when connected to the system's power supply.

With FireWire ports on your computer, you can connect many peripherals using hubs - a method called daisy-chaining. Technically, you can connect up to 63 devices to a single FireWire bus; for more than two devices, though, you must make new connections using a hub. A hub, which you hook up directly to a FireWire connector on your computer, usually has up to seven output connections enabling you to connect the same number of peripherals. In order to achieve the fast transfer rates of FireWire 800, you must connect your FireWire 800 device directly to a FireWire 800 port on either a computer or hub

Product Family: FireWire 800, FireWire800, FireWire-800
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Manuals, Datasheets, Drivers, Links

Lacie FireWire 800 Datasheet (pdf) 
Lacie FireWire 800 Manual (pdf) 
Link to Lacie Website