March 2007 > Volume 6 Issue 3


New SeaLATCH™ locking USB

USB is the fastest growing interface choice for connecting I/O.  However, the standard USB connector design is susceptible to disconnection in industrial environments.  Sealevel’s new SeaLATCH USB connector design solves this problem and positions USB peripherals as an optimal solution for industrial I/O monitoring and control. 

Visit the SeaLATCH webpage for more information.

Coming Soon and Featuring SeaLATCHComing Soon and
Featuring SeaLATCH:

> SeaDAC Lite – Compact USB Digital I/O
 
> SeaI/O – 7-Port Isolated USB Hub
 
> SeaLINK – DIN Rail USB to Serial Adapters

New Products on Display at ESC 2007!

Join Sealevel in Booth # 2021 at the Embedded Systems Conference in Embedded Systems ConferenceSan Jose April 3-5th for the introduction of exciting new technology and products. 

We will debut the above-mentioned USB serial and digital I/O products, as well as the industry's first 16-port RS-232 PCI Express card! We will also feature our new SeaI/O-OEM boards that offer a flexible alternative to traditional bus-based I/O expansion. With SeaI/O-OEM, designers can add serial, digital, or analog I/O to any single board computer or PC with a USB, Ethernet, RS-485, or RS-232 interface.

In This Issue

 
 

Featured Accessory


SeaLATCH USB Type A to SeaLATCH USB Type B Device Cable
Item# CA332
The CA332 is a USB device cable with patent-pending SeaLATCH type A and type B USB connectors to prevent accidental disconnection. Additional SeaLATCH USB cables (CA355 & CA356) are available.

 
 

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Customer Spotlight

The Lowdown: PCI Express–The Next Generation Bus for the PC

PCI Express is designed as a high-speed upgrade for the 32-bit parallel PCI bus.  The PCI Express bus is a bi-directional serial connection that transports data in packets similar to the method used for Ethernet connections. Each point-to-point serial connection, or “lane”, utilizes two pairs of differential data lines. For devices like video cards that require significant data transfer, up to 32 lanes can be stacked together to increase the amount of bandwidth available. Our first PCI Express product, with a 16-port RS-232 serial interface adapter, will be available soon.

 
 


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